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I' .:..:. Vol. 45, No. 47 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1968 154
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tkUiIA it Poor People's
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I .1\ Y ', Coming To Miami '


1:::: 11BR :::: The Poor People's Campaign that Poor People had dra- be made up of something less
ISTOR _} is on its way to Miami matically called attention to than 50 campaigners and staff
:::::::: of f\\\ "\ :::::::; and Miami Beach to petition poverty in America. members of the Southern

politicians and delegates at the "But the fact remains that Christian Leadership Conference -,
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National Republican Conven- the government, and espec- ," which sponsored the
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t tion opening August 5. ially the Congress, failed to Poor People's Camapign.
s : On Tuesday In Washington, move meaningfully against the "We do not plan toblock entrances -
1111:1' 'OM III Rev. Ralph Abernathy, of- problem of poverty this summer or stop the conven-
ficially announced the end of .. tions at all,' Abernathy said.
the Poor People's Campaign Abernathy said the group "We certainly do not plan to
::: DEDICATED OUTSPOKENHARDWORKING !;1 there. going to the conventions wouldChanges be a disruptive force." : .
Abernathy told a news con-
mr SOLDIER IN THE STRUGGLE tmjmJ ference the last 300 of several

FOR A BETTER LIFE FOR ALL 1 1mj thousand demonstrators who .
-:.:.:.: .:.:.:. began arriving in the nation's Sought In

; j1 From the pool, halls of Miami and the man on the street to the office m home.capital May wore beingsent

, ::::: of the Mayor Is commonplace with Mrs. Georgia L. Jones in her efforts :::::: He said, however, he plan-
:::::::; to make Dade County a better place for all. '::::::: ned to lead delegations of Allapatlah Schools
:i::::: A native Miamian, Mrs. Jones is the mother of four and a veteran in:1::1::: "well-trained and disciplined ;
:: if surance saleswoman with the Atlanta Life Insurance Company. She is a ;:;:;: people" to the Republican and
:::::::: member of Salters Chapel AME Church where she serves as president of ::::::;' Democratic National Conven- The Allapattah Community stock Elementary School,2420
:::: Choir No.1; President of the Brownsville Junior High School PTA ::::: tions next month. He pledgednot Association has asked the NW 18th Ave. to accomndate
: 1 m Charter member of the Dade County Police Community Council; Supervisor 1 11 to try to disrupt the con School Board to make school students now being bused out
improvemeats in order to pre. of the area and a Head Start
:::: of youth and young adult program of the Brownsville Improvement :i:::1: ventions. serve theneighborhood'sintegrated program which has been fund .
:::::::: Association; Member of Advisory Board of the EOPI and Secretary of.the :@: send Inannoucing the remaining the decision Poor Peo-to character. ed but which lacks a facility. j t
t :::::: Dade County Community Relations Board. :::::::: ple's campaigners home Though board members Renovation or replacementof I
;:::: Her highly respected voice has been heard loud and clear on many :::: Abernathy all but admitted the, made no promises, they were Santa Clara Elementary
t Issues, especially those affecting the little/ people and youth of Dade ; Poverty Crusade was a fail sympathetic, to the five recommendations School, 1050 NW 29th Terr.,
f::::: County; including the Northwest 87th Street park and swimming pool '1::::1; presented by W.D. which the association said
:::;:;:: and recreational facilities for the Brownsville area. :::::: ure.He said the campaign had Tolbert, association vice needs at least 10 more class- '
achieved some legislative and president.The rooms and extensive re model-
.. mbiHi): ::; 1tH :it'-MiM: imm[ i :i::iM!::'iWl"& min; :;; :;%Il::; ::1:1ifi:: administrative victories, and recommendations: ing.Miami .
Boundary lines for Jackson ,Jackson High, 1751
High School to.be drawn aloniNW NW '36th St.,. could"become a "TO'
H Sf. Pete' Jackie RobirisofTSuffers 54th.Street NW 37thAve-, commuaity school serving Allapattah "
Joins
t Tampa nue, the Miami. River and NW If.students living in ; f'
7th Avenue. the Liberty City and Browns \
Minor Heart Attack A new Junior high school to ville areas were forced attend '
On Sanitation Striker serve.a population expanded by Northwestern High, 7007 ,
-'u ... ,...'fMr.I.1 new public housing and redevelopment NW 12th Ave., Tolbert said. :
Jackie Robinson one of professional of the urban rene- Scott Houghton, president of
sanitation workers til Oct. 1. baseball's Hall of wal area, with the location the association, said the pro-
r walked off their Jobs Monday In neighboring St. Peters- Fame members, recently suffered pr1i t..At..'"\.;:,;,....., proposed as the site now occupied jections of pupil population on
"" and declared they would not burg's simmering sanitation a mild heart attack, it ..,tF by the Greater Miami which present building plansare
resume collecting this city's labor dispute, ,meanwhile: the has been learned. Robinson, Academy, 3100 NW 18th Ave based will be rendered unrealistic I
waste until given a 25-cent- day was marked by the resig- 49, said the attack did not dam- :,. .. nue within five years by
an-hour pay Increase.The nation of N e g r o Community age his heart and he was not ,' jr. .. .. Replacement or expansionof planned public housing in Al-
strike left the city's en- Relations Commission Direc-. hospitalized. He said he suffered '4'.. the existing Robert E. Lee lapattah and redevelopment of
tire sanitation departmentidled. tor Alexander Hawkins and the the attack while golfing .tj.i'i. ....: :*. : Junior High School, 3100 NW the urban renewal area to the
.. MayorDickGrecosaidthere arrival of Georgia State Rep. and wasn't sure what had been 5th Avenue: ,which the associa- south.
the cause until he was examined -. tion said too small "This becomes
would be no pay hike unNAMED Julian Bond. was ter- : an Investment -
Bond, first Negro elected to by a doctor. Robinson now mite-ridden and lacking room ; and investment for
..: the Georgia Legislature In lives in Stamford, Conn., and to expand. the School Board; an invest-
f modern times, was scheduled has been active in the cam Further expansion of Corn- ment inpeople,",Tolbert said.
to lead a march on City Hall paign of Gov. Nelson ROckefeller 4
'1 I and address a rally for 190 fir- for the presidential
ed garbagemen and their nomination and has also been
sup
porters.In mentioned as a successor to Model Cities Governing
the late Sen. Robert Kennedy '
Tampa, a grim mayor F. .1
Greco vowed at a news coo- whom! Rockefeller will

ference respond that to unreasonable the city "will demands not- appoint. JACKIE ROBINSON Board Elections Aug. :'

or threats by anyone"and -
appealed to workers to return Named Assistant Elections to the governing
to work today. Negro board ,of Dade's Model Cities
program are scheduled for

Ray ReturningTo Miami City Managertor August Johnson said 4, today.director Gordon r

Johnson said each neighborhood -
Face Charges; Ted Nichols, 32-year-old will have an indivi-
former :.Melbourne City Com- dually elected council, where <0
LONDON. James Earl missioner, has been named the resident may present .
TO CRBMr. Ray Tuesday abandoned his legal assistant city manager for problems as well as possible I
A. D. Moore of Central fight: against extraditio>> community affairs. The appointment solutions. The elected res- I ,
Life Insurance Agency has from Britain The British lawyer to the$10,800 year ident governing board will I .
been appointed to thecomratntty for the accused assassinof job was made on Tuesday by make the final decision.
Relations Board to Martin Luther King said Ray City Manager Mel Reese. The Model: Cities programis
serve until June of 1971 probably would be sent to the Nichols moved his family designed to upgrade each
Mr. M*>re, long an active United States Thursday or Miami this week after resign- Model City neighborhood and
leader for Civil Rights o; Minority Friday. ing from the Melbourne Commission make it a better place to live,
Groups of Dade County, Attorney Michael Eugenesaid Johnson said. Social service
has been the Chairman/ of Ray would file no appeal Nichols, is a 1962 honor programs as well as improve. GORDON JOHNSON ,
graduate of Bethune-Cookraan ment of physical facilities are
against the London magistratecourt
CORE since 1960.
. Model :
Mayor Chuck Hall,respondIng directinghebere- College In Daytona Beach. In of the Equal Opportunities planned for the area. City Director
to the request o! CRB turned to the United States.But addition to his duties Nichols Program for the BendixCorp. The Mod e 1 Cities area -- zen," Johnson commented.
: Chairman Harry P. Cain, told Eugene denied Ray had signeda will be studying at the University Launch Support Division at nine square miles In northwest "It is Important that the Model I
of the outstanding community/ waiver of extradition. of Miami for a Mas- Cape Kennedy.He Dade County -- is bounded by City resident become well acquainted ",
work of Mr. Moore and welcomed The move apparently clears ter's degree in education. was elected to the Mel- NW 7th Avenue and 27th Ave., I with the program,Its t
him to membership of the way of the 40-year-old- Nichols is chairman of the bourne Commission in 1966 and NW 36th Street and 79th goals and the type of programs !
what the Mayor termed "a convict's early trial in Memphis Florida State Advisory Com- and formerly taught classesat Street. being conducted in the area." ".
most Important board;no ser- Tenn.,on charges he shot mittee to the U. S. Commission Stone High School. 1966, "A successful Model City More than 300canvassersContinued _
vice to our community could: down civil rights leader King on Civil Rights and had he won a National Jacee award program requires committeesand
be mere Iraiwrtant." from ambush last April 4. been working as admintstra- as an outstanding educator. participation by all citi- on page 5 4r



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1. THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, July 19 1968 f _ .. s I

I Miss Curacao Is Our Choice For Universe i me

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Is politics beingplayed in the Miss Universe con-
test?
A Hong Kong newspaper charged early this'week
that the selection of Miss Universe was made for political -
reasons.
While we do not agree that the selection was madeon dv
a political basis, we do question whether the best
young lady was chosen. Our personal choice-and that

was Miss Curacao, Anne Marie Braafheid,. who was the d s 6 '
first runner up. #
Miss Brazil was named Miss Universe, but the I II I

bronze beauty from Curacao appeared to be an easy i
winner. Reportedly, Miss Curacao lost the Miss Uni-
verse title, 22-34 points. Look at the pictures on this
page and tell us which would have been your choice.
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a series of live performances at our Roosevelt Office. !
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We invite you attend, as many of these events "
as possible to recognize the talents of these fine young

to parents people and lend them your encouragement and support.A .

new program will'begin each morning at 10:30
in the following fields;
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July 22-Monday-Modern Dance *, r

July 23-Tuesday-Charm Demonstration
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July 25-Thursday-Karate-Fencing

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NORTH MIAMI 900 H.t.I25'fc St. KENDALL DodWond Shopping C.*itor HOMESTEAD 2M75 S.,ed.,.,Hwy. ROOSEVELT 4015 '
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Private Clubs that use Cityof located on Watson Islands; of the two
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Miami property will have Coconut: Grove Sailing Club, boating clubs at Watson Island ..
until September to complywith on a small island off Dinner said at the public hearing that 4f v -
an ordiance which forbids Key, and MiamiPioneers, they have Jewish mt'mbersbut I I.Y
them to practice racial or which has a clubhouseonNWNorth that no Negroes have applied
religious discrimination River Drive. for membership.A .
The City Commission
1 Rothstein said pioneer Club spokesmansaid
persons
amended the
ordinance late last
attending a public hearing on it addedano-discrimina
week to set Sept 1 andSept.
14 the the ordinance asked If it would 'tion clause to its by-laws last
as dates on which clubs
apply to the Orange Bowl Committee year.
renting city facilities must!
advertise that new members which rents office Rothstein pointed out that
space at the city-owned the ordinance applies to
will b e accepted wtthout pre any
judice. Orange Bowl Rothstein said organization meeting on city tod
he did not believe the com property--not just to groups
The advertisements
wore required -
in June muter the ordinance would be affected such as the clubs which use

but it Was not passedin The ordinance provides that city land regularly.The .

time to allow clubs to clubs! if they wish to use city : Metro Community

comply.CityAttorneyAlanRothsteln. property, must open their property Relations Board reported
must open their membership recently that the Coconut
said four clubs lease city rolls for a 30-day property at $1 a year. period once a year and advertise limiting membership
They are Miami Yacht Club that they are accepting i to whites. No member of the ayft
and Miami Outboard Club bothLearning new members.
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9 y, graphing the Miss Universe pageant to chat with Sandra Goes (Miss Aruba

n and Brenda Fountain (Miss Bahamas). Surphlis is a New Yorker and has

been with CBS for 12 years. He will stick around Miami for the next two

weeks preparing his cameras for the GOP national convention opening

| August 5th at Miami, Beach Convention Hall '1;House of Photographyphoto. ;
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who attend Lewis R. Blake's Arts If have been
you wondering what to do Sat- FOR THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMMODATIONS .I
and Crafts Classes daily can verify that urdays wonder no longer. The Booker T. ,
"Learning Can Be Satisfying." The relaxed Washington gymnasium was ope a every Sat- AT MODERATE RATES-CALL '
mood with which they perform !the various turday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Come out and
skills learned in making ceramic pieces, bring all of your friends to play your favorite
weaving baskets, and designing numerous games in supervised recreation program BONDED *
other household articles of beauty proves -,
that success depends individual initiativeand Other activities include softball for girls, I

creativity.This Softball for boys, basketball for all ages, RENTAL ;
Arts and Crafts class meets daily ping pong, badminton, shuffleboard, gym
from 1 4 p.m. Monday through Friday at nastics, baseball,volleyball,modern: dance,
the Booker T. Washington Community tennis, checkers, whist and believe it or not
School, 1200 NW 6th Ave "Where'Opportunity chess. AGENCY
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and People Meet." Nicholas H. The recreation staff of the summer include

Borota, prlndpalanrtHellt'yW.: Dln: Ie Is, Gloria Murray, Bill Anderson, Frank
Comm i pity School Director. Woodard. Vernon Wilder Henry McKinnev.
The activities of the Community School include and Pernell Miller. Junior College Assis- -t

the very young, pre-teens, teens, tants are Roosevelt Witherspoon and Norris
young adults and senior adults. If you are =
Cox.Through 00 THE LARGEST PRIVATE HOUSING RENTAL AND
tired of doing the same things daily, then our tie-in with the Dade County ,$
come on out to Booker T. where you can do Community Relations Board, and the Miami MANAGEMENT AGENCY THE SOUTH, OPERATING
something different from 8 a.m.in the morning -Dade Junior College, we offer basketballbus IN DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES
'til 10 p.m. at night. pick-ups to the Junior College,and girls
Beginning the weak of July 29, 1968 a spec- softball bus pick-ups every Tuesday and A fleet of cars and collectors give door to door service for
ial new class in Lawn Mower Repair will Thursday at 12:30 p.m. Tennis pick-ups to tenants convenienceA
start for men i nt e r e st e d helping themselves Manor Park daily Monday through Fridayat
The class is free, but you must reg- 8:15: a.m. community" recreation center for teenagers and adults "rent .
free furnished and air conditioned foryour comfort and
ister before July 29th to be included in the If you have a favorite sport -- wo offer it enjoyment.

class. All men (particularlygardeners)are. or we know where you can get it.Don't for- A public relations department to assist you with your problems.
asked to coma out any day between 8 a.m. get Booker T. is "Where Opportunity and
Tenants concern will stop vandalism and reduce the costofhouslng. ,
and 10 p.m. to sign-up for this class. People Meet.

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MAIN OFFICE

First Negro 4150 NW 7th Avenue 759-8733

Makes 14255 NW 22nd Avenue, Opa-locka MU 8-0617

CaptainNavy 20848 South Dixie Hwy., Cutler RidgeCE 5-3553

THERE'SNO 605 NW 7th Terrace, Ft. Lauderdale JA 4-3357
Cmdr. Paul Stewart
Green has been promoted to MATCH FOR 1163 NW 3rd Avenue FR 3-8416

captain, making him the first 3801 Grand Avenue, Grove HI 5-1381

Negro to reach that rank in the FLAMELESS 512 NW 1st Ave., Hallandale -. WA 7.2434
medical corps. Green, 48,becomes J:
339Hammondville Rd. WI 32434.
one of three Negro cap- ELECTRICAIR Pompano -
tains among the 380 Negro officers

ori active duty in the CONDITIONING , HON. L. L BROOKS, President
Navy. He was one of the 95
medical corps comm.1Dders GEORGE P. HARTH, General Manager

chosen for promotion to captain CHARLES A. LOCKHART, Public Relations Director

the Navy announced. FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY
Green is native of Manson,
a
HELPING BUILD FLORIDA better life others must live better too." L. L. Brooks
N C.He is stationed at the U.S. . If I am to enloy a -

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I.1155..Curri ao Is Our Choice For Universe Title

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test?

A Hong Kong newspaper chc rged early this week .$ '
that the selection of Miss Universe was made for poli- a
tical reasons.
While we do not agree that the selection was madeon
a political basis, we do question whether the best
young lady was chosen. Our personal choice-and that fWif ;
o .
was Miss Curacao, Anne Marie Braafheid,. who was the 4i
first runner up. - -- I
Miss Brazil was named Miss Universe, but the
bronze beauty from Curacao appeared to be an easy
winner. Reportedly, Miss Curacao lost the Miss Uni-
verse title, 22.34 points. Look at the pictures on this :
page and tell us which would have been your choice.
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the Carver Branch of the YMCA, under the capable

InvitationIn of Mr. Raymon Thornton, will present

series of live performances at our Roosevelt Office.
.,
l invite you attend. as many of these events ; ti 8 ?. s i t

as possible to recognize the talents of these fine young &

lO. paren t S people and lend them your encouragement and support.A R

new program will'begin each morning at 10:30in :

the following fields: )p'4 '

4;;. .1' July 22-Monday-Modern Dance

July 23-Tuesday-Charm Demonstration
'
"" July 24-Wednesday-Rhythm Band

., ,'.;. July 25-Thursday-Karate-Fencing f

: .. .J. July 26-Friday-Choral Singing
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". drawings, prints, mosaics, photography, ceramics, I:t.::- I1"i '"

basket crafts, leather crafts, painting, and general crafts. t ;

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W.H.WALKER CHAIRMAN OFD R P"'


DOWNTOWN 100 H.t. iM Are. FUGLE STREET 300[.F/ogfor S,. CORAL WAY 2750 S.W.22nc SLITTLE RIVER 8380 N.I.211d A".. C
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Private Clubs that use Cityof located on Watson Islands; Representatives of the two
Miami property will have Coconut Grove Sailing Club, boating clubs at Watson Island
until September to complywith on a small island off Dinner said at the public hearing that
an ordiance which forbids Key, and MtamjPioneers Club, they have Jewish members but
them to practice racial or which has a clubhouse onNW that no Negroes have appliedfor
religious discrimination North River Drive. membership.A .

The City Commission Rothstein said persons pioneer Club spokesmansaid i t
amended the ordinance late last it ,
addedanodiscrimination qS
attending a public hearing on q
week to set Sept. 1 and Sept. W
clause to its
the ordinance asked if it would by-laws last
14 as the dates on which clubs
apply to the Orange Bowl Com year.
renting city facilities must
mittee, which rents office Rothstein pointed out that
advertise that new members
space at the cityowuedUange the ordinance applies to any
will be accepted without -
prejudice
Bowl Rothstein said
organization meeting on city
he did not believe the com property--not just to groups
The advertisements wore required would be affected. such as the clubs which use
in June under the or-
city land regularly.
dinance but it WAS not passedin The ordinance provides that

time to allow clubs to clubs, if they wish to use city :The Metro Community

comply property, must open their pro Relations Board reported /J n.
City Attorney Alan Rothsteln perty, must open their membership recently that the Coconut ,. t
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said four clubs lease city rolls for a 30-diy Grove Sailing Club has bylaws '
property at $1 a year. period once a year and ad- limiting membershipto \ ( \
They are Miami Yacht Club vertise that they are accepting whites. No member of the
and Miami Outboard Club,both new members. club attended the hearing



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CBS cameraman Vernon Surphlis takes a break from his work in photo-

t graphing the MissUniverse pageant to chat with Sandra Croes (Miss! Aruba
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triii t4 and Brenda Fountain (Miss Bahamas). Surphlis is a New Yorker and has

been with CBS for 12 years. He will stick around Miami for the next two

weeks preparing i his cameras for the GOP national convention opening

3j August 5th at Miami, Beach Convention Hall. 3*House of Photography t'',

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who attend Lewis R.Blake's Arts If you have been wondering what to do Sat- FOR THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMMODATIONS "
and Crafts Classes daily can verify that urdays wonder no longer. The Booker T
"Learning Can Be Satisfying." The relaxed Washington gymnasium was open every Sat- AT MODERATE RATES-CALL
mood with which they perform (he various turday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Coma out and
skills learned in making ceramic pieces, bring all of your friends to play your favor
weaving baskets, and designing numerous ite games in supervised recreation pro BONDED 4crTI'fT "
other household articles of beauty proves gram.
that success depends on individual initiativeand Other activities include Softball for girls, '
creativity. Softball for boys, basketball for all ages, RENTAL r a
This Arts and Crafts class meets daily ping pong, badminton, shuffleboard, gym-

from 1 4 p.m. Monday through Friday at nastics, baseball,volley ball,modern dance, .kq....-... .........
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the Booker T. Washington Community tennis, checkers, whist and believe it or not ---. .::"'"

School, 1200 NW 6th Ave. "Where Opportunity chess. AGENCY ,.... ""-:-........... ---; -
and People Meet." Nicholas H. The recreation staff of the sumrmtr include .. : -

Borota, prindpalantiHel1t'yW.D=ln Ie Is, Gloria Murray, Bill Anderson, Frank .'
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Comm nity School Director. Woodard. Vernon Wilder Henry McKinnev. L4QINC - .,
The activities of the Community School include and Pernell Miller Junior College Assistants (

the very young, pre-teens, teens, are Roosevelt Witherspoon and Norris

young adults and senior adults. If you are Cox.Through ;:'si( ,' THE LARGEST PRIVATE HOUSING RENTAL AND
then our tie-in with the Dade County
tired of doing the same things daily, MANAGEMENT AGENCY THESOUTHOPERATINGIN
come on out to Booker T. where you can do Community Relations Board, and the Miami
something different from 8 a.m.in the morning -Dade Junior College, we offer basketballbus DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES

tll 10 p.m. at night. pick-ups to the Junior College,and girls
fleet of and collectors door to door service for
Beginning the weak of July 29, 1968 a spec- Softball bus pick-ups every Tuesday and A cars give
ial new class in Lawn Mower Repair will Thursday at 12:30 p,m. Tennis pick-ups to tenants convenienceA

start formeninterested in helping them Minor Park daily Monday through Friday community recreation center for teenagers and adults "rent
selves. The class is free, but you must regIster 815 a.m. free,"furnished and air conditioned foryour comfort and enjoyment.
before July 29th to be included in the If you have a favorite sport -- wo offer it
class. All men (particularly gardeners)are i or we know where you can get it.Don't for- A public relations department to assist you with your problems.
asked to come :out any day between 8 a.m. get Booker T. is "Where Opportunity and Tenants concern will stop vandalism and reduce the coitof housing.
and 10 p.m. to sign-up for this class. People Meet."

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First Negro 4150 NW 7th Avenue 759.8733

14255 NW 22nd Avenue, Opa-locka MU 8.0617

Makes CaptainNavy 20848 South Dixie Hwy., Cutler RidgeCE 5-3553

THERE'SNO 605 NW 7th Terrace, Ft. Lauderdale JA 4.3357

Cmdr. Paul Stewart 1163 NW 3rd Avenue FR 38416._
Green has been promoted to MATCH FOR
3801 Grand Avenue Grove HI 5.1381
captain, making him the first ,
Negro to reach that rank in the FLAMELESS 512 NW 1st Ave., Hallcndale -. WA 7.2434

medical corps. Green, 48,be- 339Hammondville Rd., Pompano WI 32434.
comes one of three Negro cap- ELECTRICAIR
tains among the 380 Negro of-
ficers on active duty in the CONDITIONING \@ HON. L. L. BROOKS, President

Navy. He was one of the 95 GEORGE HARTH, General Manager
medical corps com minders
LOCKHART Public Relations Director
CHARLES A. ,
chosen for promotion to captain -

the Navy announced. FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY

Green is a native of Manson, HELPING BUILD FLORIDA . If I am to enjoy a better life, others must live better too." L. L. BrooksClubs
N C.He is stationed at the US.
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i 11111 l IIQ To Be Equal flpW87By



Whitney Young, Jr.
Office: 6530NW 15th Ave., Miami, Fla. 33147-Phone: 691.0421 6r By Booker T. Mayes
Executive Director
H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher National Urban League; -
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor Under the leadership of Lee Frank Wooten, the Supreme

STANLEY I. SWEETING Theatrical Editor .... Grand Master of the M,) ern Free and Accepted Meson of the

the organization is destined to surpass all previous
World Inc.,
National Advertising Representative We Are All MilitantThere achievements. The bright new ideas threaten to make Modern

Amalgamated Publishers, I Inc.: ?t instrumental organization In .
= of theWorldthe mo the Negroes
310 Madison Avenue Nev/Vork, N. Y. 10017 is a word game being played in the press and else Free The old order of
Member of the Notional Newspaper Publishers Association where about civil rights leaders and organizations. The game efforts to overcome. masonry is being
2400 S. Michigan Avenue Chicago, III. 60616 "moderates" and others as revamped, and the members( are now dedicated tothe improve.
consists of labelling some as
conditions of its members and their
ment of the economic com
It's can play-- and nearly every-
SUBSCRIPTION RATES "militants. a game anyone
To the pessimist,the ideas and programs: envisionedby
munities.
ONE YEAR 5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 one does.
Regardless Wooten represent the impossible,but to the optimist
one. Frank
But it's meaningless and even a misleading
a
Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 the Pot game, to become
at in challenge a chance Involved
of present a and
of the use of these labels I don't know anyone they
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 ,
the movement who is "moderate" in the sense of willing to above all a chance for personal improvement

"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"The compromise the rights of Negroes or in not feeling intensely Mr. Wooten has accepted the responsibility of changing the

the world NEGRO from racial PRESS and national believes antagonism that America when con it best accordsto lead about the problems of discrimination and poverty. image of masonry. His plans and programs by which he will

every man regardless of his race, creed or color his human Look at the Urban League, for example. It often gets stuck get the desired results are the most constructive I have heard

and legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no man..the Negro with the "moderate" label simply because it doesn't shout and from an organizational leader. Inaneffortto give my readersan

Press strives to help every man in the firm belief that all menare scream or throw bricks and Molotov cocktails. opportunity to know more of the man, I have selected a message -
hurt as long as anyone is held back.,
But it is an action agency whose 90 affiliates see about 600-, from the Supreme Grand Master to all members and af-

000 low income black people every year,helping them to solve filiates throughout the Southeastern United States and the Ba-

Ie difnr's ntebooh problems and bring about change in their lives. hamas.A .

The Lea g u e' s basic position is that it seeks to develop message from the Supreme! Grand Mister, Lee Frank

'OF BLACK AMERICA' REVEALING "ghetto power" by organizing the black community to defendits Wooten! ;

interests through better social services, jobs,and commun- The picture should: be quite clear to us, that WQ, the Negro

TRUE IDENTITY OF NEGRO ity unity. That's what its annual conference in New Orleans at people must pool our efforts to gain, in our desire to play an

the end of this month, will be planning for. instrumental part in solving our own problems. We often hear
The Xerox: Corporation Is to be comiiVMded for their fine
But because it doesn't try to scare white people with violent the man on the street making the statement"Understanding is
community service in portraying the significant role the Negro -
has made in history--the latest pointing out his -sounding slogans, it is not considered ." the best thing in the world." U such is the case, then let us
program
military role. Black college students ar considered militant. Their sit- try to get an understanding. The civil rights trend for many of

The All-Star baseball game prevented viewers from ins and other demonstrations at campuses all over the country us, seems to lean toward the hope that perhaps one day, local,
many have forced college administrations change many discriminatory state or federal governments will enact legislation to take from
seeing the which the
program depicted significant role of the
rules. one man and give to another. It is not reasonable to believe
Negro in the military. It was an outstanding one.
But the Urban League is the only major organization workingwith that this will happen. In striving for better understandinglet's
Part of a series called, "Of Black Americawhich
ap- these students. It has a special summer program in which take a brief look at the moaning of equality and freedom.
pears every Tuesday, the show vividly d ml1StratedthatNe-
about 50 black student leaders will be working in about a dozen
groes have played a mere substantial in this
part country'swars
Urban Leagues around the country helping to organize ghetto Masonry teaches that its members should meet upon the
than in 1
a must other national
any organized activity. level of equality. But what is equality? Does equality
residents. By the end of the summer these young people will mean
Black
men not only toted firearms on and off horses in the Far
have developed the skills and the know-how become really that every man should be the same as every other man? Doesit
West
but went right back to the Revolution.
effective community leaders when they graduate.We mean that all men should act the same, think the same,
A Negro was the first fell under
man a volley of shots fired
have the same amount of education work at the same kind of
hear a lot about separatism these days too. There is a ,
by British soldiers in
Boston. Did know that
a whose
you Negro
lot of wild talk about wanting a separate state. But there are Job, live in the same kind of house, marry the same kind of
sharp-shooting killed the first British officer in the encounterat
Lexington between the Redcoats and rebels? already seven all-black cities in the United States. I have yet wife, ride the same kind of car and have the same number of

to hear about of these to children?
one fire-eating moving
There was a soldier aboard the boat that took Washingtonacross
one of them.Hobson. To many times in recent years and months "equality" has
the Delaware and a close-up view of the painting cele-
the City, Alabama, for example, has a black mayor, been held up to mean that those who have ambition and are willing -
brating event appeared to show one manning the oars.
black'police, black administration -- but during the day manyof to work to improve their position in life should be pulled
There were at least 600 black defenders in the
Battle of
its residents are 30 miles away working for white people in down to the level of those who are irresponsible, too lazy to
New Orleans in the War of 1812.There entire
were regimentsof Annlston. And the Urban League is the only agency I know of try to elevate themselves and do little more than comi lain.
Negroes in the Union of the Civil also
army War. They were which is In there, helping the people of Hobson City. Action, These people cry out theyshould be provided with as mu:h
those who stormed San Juan Hill with
among Rooseveltin
Teddy not talk, is what makes us militant. luxury, wealth and respect as anyone else. In our demonstrations -
the Spanish American War.
The Negro has indeed played'a'o important part in shaping The.s, (>-called militants have strange bedfellows. Whey they for equality, we quote the Declaration of Independence

the history of the United States::Negroes comprise about 20 talk of"self-imposed segregation, all they are doing is saying "All men are created equal; but we ignore its meaning. This

per cent of the forces 'in Vietnam today. what Bilbo and other white bigots used to say. Racists still means that although we come into this world with equal rights,

'The black soldier,sailor,and airman have been quite willing want to ship Negroes back Africa,and some black people at does not mean that we are entitled to anything for which we do
not work strive to
to go into the service, and fight for his country, the program that time were willing to abandon dreams for equality and go. or achieve.

points out. But in 1831, a group of Negroes met in New York and issueda Inventions, education, new ideas, production and even space

The program was a thought-provoking, commendable step statement which stands today as the essence of the black exploration are moving with such blinding speed that many individuals
; in establishing the role of the in American
Negro history -- a man's rights to freedom and equality. "This is our home," are becoming nervous wrecks just trying to keep
history which has been lost for so many years. But one which said "and this from being left behind. Inventions and
they is our country. Beneath its sod lie the discoveries require new

\ all Americans should be trying to regain. bones of our fathers; for it they fought, bled, and died. Herewe thoughts and ideas, many of which are contrary to old fashioned -

were born, and here we will die." beliefs. Are the thinkers equal to others?There have been

, Black people want to be included in this society, not shut out great advances in education and knowledge which, in some
SOCIAL SECURITY
\ COMES TO THE PEOPLE of it. America is for all of us, of whatever race or color, and cases, only a few persons can comprehend. Are these peopleon

We must commend the Social Security Administration! for we are all militant when it comes to demanding our full rights the same level with the dunce and dolt? To increase production

opening up a aew jfia lathe Mod 1 City area n thereby new means and ways of manufacturing, agriculture,

bringing the service to toe people. mining and the use of computers have been devised by those

It is not often, in today's world of bur.tucratic red tape, that having ability and experience. Are these to be put on the same

politicians can see that the needs of the people of the area can j Urban League ConferenceTheme level as the masses? Are they not far superior to the shift-

best be served by bringing the service tothe people that needit less man who doesn't even try to support his family? Is this

the most.The what we mean by equality? This word may be compared}: with

new Model City Social Security branch office is locatedat the word "free' which is also used in the Declaration of Independence -

5225 NW 12th Ave. They are planning a dedication ceremonyand :! : "Building "free" and"equal"are comparative terms.

Open House for Sunday, July 12, at 2 p.m.

,The community should show their support of this effort by Next week the conclusion.PHIL .

the Social Security by turning out in overwhelming numbers. Ghetto Power"About

The new office is in the west side of the Grand-Way building,

and refreshments will be served.
1500 persons are ex- of health, Education and Wel- OSSOFERI I

pected to attend the 58th An- fare and now chairman of The

NIXON LEADS ROCKEFELLERGovernor nualConference oftheNa- Urban Coalition; Stanley Mar- really enjoyed watching the America, and to convince

Nelson Rockefeller: commissioned a national political tional Urban League in New cus, president NeimanMarcus July 10th showing of "Black Whites that thse from whom
Orleans July 28 August I,
poll to see who the voters believe would be the strongest Dallas, Houston, Fort America," one of a series of they have withheld inalienable -
The
Republican candidate seeking nomination for the office of Conference, which will Worth; Dr. Vivian W.Hender- TV presentations sponsored rights of all men..dignity -
seek
to
''President. Reports are that contestant Richard Nixon seems for develop with the new programs son, president, ClarkCollege, by Xerox Corporation. This respect and first-class
coping current
to be running ahead of the governor in popularity at the pres- crisis, will have as racial its Atlanta Walker ; and Dr. Margaret particular showing concen- citizenship . have well-

ent time. The governor called for an official poll of the Re- theme Alexander, professorof trated on Black history in earned them.In .

publican Party, but it did not take place.Governor Rockefellerhas Power.""Building This theme Ghetto out English, Jackson State Col- A m e r ica, and my enjoyment discussing "Black
grew lege (Miss.
also proposed a four-point program tohelpstates and lo- of ). stemmed from two things: America" with a Xerox salesman -
an
calities fight air and water pollution.HUMPHREY'S emergency officials meetingof On Monday July 29, Whit- first, because the programwas I was told that after
League April 2728 ney M. Young Jr.,the League's a nation-wide broadcastof Xerox sponsored a program
in New York
City on ways to national
CAMPAIGNVice organize the black masses in will deliver executive the director, some of the many up-to-now about the United Nations some
keynote address untold accomplishments of time back they received anumber
President Hubert Humphrey seems to be holding his the nation's ghettos. setting forth League Black Americans which of, cancellations of

owa in his mj.itgn for the Democratic nomJnatioa.The Harris Workshops will be held in goals for the coming year. White Americans most despitethe
in the Carolina areas
were ,
the slum districts of seeing
survey sees Humjiorey as running strong among the minori- New Orleans On Sunday
July 28, Mr. and hearing about for the first fact that the program was
ties, and drawing well among older voters and low-income and at the Jung Hotel Young and Lindsley F. Kim- time. Second and did

whites He is also nuking a surprisingly strong showing in the Monday, July 29, on housing, ball, president of the League feeling of : it gave me a completely objective in
being
joy and
education economic satisfaction not depict Xerox as
develop- will be
moderate income suburbs. given honorary
degrees because most of the favor: of the United Nations. It
ment and history
Nixon Harris thinks will do better among the affluent,conservative employ mentand at a special Xavier University do
presented on this is that those who
surbanites and might gain ground among the white family planning. In addition, a convocation in the programand apparent
Municipal ( not
blacklash working class vote. workshop on the police and the Auditorium. much more!) has been not want a united nation,do

Harris alsonotesthatNegroesSpanishspeakingandJewishpeople community will be held at the Advance registration aired in Miami for the past approve of united nations.I .

the young, the affluent and the educated,together could Jung Hotel, the Conference previously have been sent forms out. three years in interviews between have asked the Xerox
Blanche reporton
become a potentially new majority in American political life. headquarters, on Tuesday, Questions on the Conference myself Calloway and salesman to give me a

We will watch with interest for the nominations. We are still July 30.Other. should be referred to this office on "progress Report"on the reaction from "BlackAmerica"
WMBM. It has been the series is
one hundred per cent for Vice President Humphrey. highlights will include prior to July 24.After that of the hope when
speeches by Car 1 B Stokes both of us that Black ended. I will it on to my
Then too there is Senator Eugene McCarthy whose leaders date you can reach the Public history pass
threaten to challenge a number of delegations to the National first Negro Mayor of Cleve Relations Director Layhmond would get wide publicity in order readers. I presume that this

convention next month after supporters of Vice President Hum- land; John,W.Gardner,former Robinson, at the to prove to Blacks that time, Xerox will be hearing

phrey gained control of the Washington State delegation. secretary of the Department}: Press Room (504)Jung) Hotel, they have contributed in full from( its Alabama and Mississippi -

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 19, 1968 S :

LET'S 'LET USUWTE CONTEMPLATION WITH ACTION-
IN THE HARMONY OF THE TWO LIES THE PERFECTION fi
OF CUARACTEP-THEY ARE NOT
-)1) TALK CONTRADICTORY INCOMPATIBLE DtIT 1fJPRIVILEGED "

MUTUALLY HELPFUL TO EACH OTHER."
POLITICS 9 ,uTr ,

BY NORMAN E. JONE,
.O Y

AKKJCAN" SLAVES SECOND VICTIMS OF HATE: IN NEW tb 1 I,
1
WORLDIt y11's


seems< fiat agile these "immigrants;! from the old world" A'A
were celebrating their own personal freedom and liberty"oa
that first Independence Day, July 1th, 1776-word did not get
dow to the African slaves for nearly: another hundred years--
comnMiicatioas/ being very poor in that day.
In fact the word that they were free was: delivered by United
States Army generals: to them al various. dates in the suces-
sionist confederate states--which is why Independence Day-
-the 4th o! July is no cause for celebration for the descendentsof
their African slave ancestors,but rather the afro-Ameriia
celebrates his freedom on various dates from January first to
August fourth depending on what state his folks came fromor --
ware he Is.

Even today the "wud" of their freedom a n 1 liberty has not i Ii
reached many sections of Arae-ica.:
The crack in the Liberty Bell is probably to the severe
strain it was under while pealing out the tidings of freedom- .
liberty and justice for "all"while slavery was a thriving
business and immigrants were bouncing rifle balls off the ,
heals of the "originalhomesteaders"--theAmcricanIndians.
Back in those early days of freedom, liberty and indepen-
dence for these hatefilled immigrants, the American Indians "
made the principal target for their hate and prejudice--since I 1
bared: on their imported religion, the American Indians were
savages, so it was not against the religion of these immigrantsto : \9
kill savages--and then another real good "European R'!a- WHITE AMERICAN r
MEXICAN AMERICAN PUERTO RICAN
son' to hate the American( Indiin--waa the fact that accord- AMERICAN INDIAN AFRO- AMERICAN AMERICAN
ing to he Homestead Act, the American Indian held title to SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN
the entire United States, which amounted to quite a bit of real LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE qo....+
estate. In Europe since their ancestors first came out of caves BANDED TO CHALLENGE THE AMERICAN DREAM
and down out of trees, it became a custom to hate other folks
who had some real estate you coveted, usually on the base of
religious differences, which made it O.K. to go to war, take
the real estate and get back in time to go to church and be 77 Negro Delegates Alternates
blessed by "your" religious leaders for bringing civilizationand :
religion to the pagans.
There was little reason to hate the African slave, since they :
were regarded as animals as beasts of burden, without soul To Attend GOP Convention Here

and of course nobody bates their mule. It was: only whoa these
"slms" wet-3 supposed to be free that the floodgates of hate
were opened wide.Religious, Republicans, in an effort to believe the Republicans have "It's all part of this con- "Members'oftheMlnorlties "
involve Negroes more in the opened up a reservoir of potential centrated program we start- Groups staff have visited over
party, will send 77 Negro dele- black votes, but they ed more than two years ago to 39 states in the past 24 months,
Study And Action gates and alternates to the say the GOP must make mas- greater involve the black man as well as 78 urban areas
I GOP National Convention sive inroads in the gains of the in the party," he said. where the black vote has gain
Guide On Crisis PublishedPublication Miami Beach in August, the Democrats to win a sizeable "It's a new end different t ed tremendouspower," said ..:
Miami Times learned this black vote in November's* ,. philosophy by the party'to I Townes. "We're keenly inter, }'
booklet were the Rev. DavidJ. week. presidential race.Republicans make as an Integral part of its ested in the black voter 0':
,
of the first in-
Bowman S. J. the Rev.Dr. The deadline for selectionof have not had the total program the increased More than 60 .black candIdates - .{
religious study and action i Gerald. E., Knot; associate delegates and alternateswas support of Negro voters since involvement of minority citi- will be running for office,
guide on the racial crisis for general secretary of the NCC July 13, but one state still 1932. zens in part activities on the on the Republican ticket.They "
use by Jewish, Protestant and Orthodox,Roman Division Christian Edu- has not reported. local, state and national level are "young, aggressive, articulate ,"
Catholic announced cation; the Rev. Donald Cam- But in order to change this, I think this greater number! of blacks who have become I
congregations was plon, S. J., editor of American Clarence Townes,Assistantto an observer said, the GOP on black delegates alternates involved in party activities -,
Tuesday. It is published jointly magazine; the Rev. Robert GOP ChairmanRayC. Bliss the local and state level will points to that. in the last 24 months,"he
by the U. S. Catholic Conference Stephanopoulos, pastor of the and director of the GOP Minorities have to make a real effort to Townes believes the gopbas continued.
the National Councilof Conference Greek Orthodox Church of Our Groups Division,said bring the Negro into the partyas made a tremendous comebackin
Churches,Standing Saviour, Rye, N.Y.; and Rabbi from Washington that 11 black an active member. "re-identify itself with An indication of the party'snew
of Orthodox Bishopsin of Balfour Brickner, director of delegates and alternates have "An example of the state's the black community and with attitude toward black vot-
America and the Union Interfaith Activities of the UnIon been selected. attitude towards black votersis :ether ethnic voting groups ers probably will come July
American Hebrew Congregations of American Hebrew Con- "This figure representsalmost right there in Florida,"said since the 1964 disaster." 29 when the platform committee -"
gregations. a doubling of the black one observer. "There will be "In fact,"he said,"the per- chaired by Illinois Sena-
This Interfaith edition of Father Bowman, chairman participants in the 1964 con- no black Republicans on the centage of the Republican vote tor Everett Dirksen,begins its
Crisis in America: Hope 43 and to the Increased from less than four
of the Committee, is te first vention. Only delegates delegation GOPconven- hearings at Miami Beach
Through Action,not" only cities''for Roman Catholic to hold an executive alternates were chosen for tion, but the Democrats will per cent in 1964 to 19 per cent Expected to the most con-
issues, facts and myths, staff position with te that convention. send four or five to Chicago in the 1966 Congressional troversial ofthe planks are the
study but suggests action lines National Council He is assistant The increase in Negro dele- from Florida for their conven- election among Negroes. civil rights issue and federal ;
for congregations and com- director of the Depart- gates and alternates, Townes tion." "This year strictly because aid to blighted and riot-torn
munities to change white racial ment of Faith and Order, and said, stems from the greater Republicans are hoping for of the new awareness' and sophistication cities In the nation. The stand
attitudes and to achieve also a principal liaison officerfor emphasis on greater participation at least 30 per cent of the total of the young black that Republicans take then may
equal opportunities for mi the NCC with the social action for tbeNegroasdelegates black vote cast this November, vote, their attitudes are closer very well determine whetherthe
norities. the pogram of the US Catholic alternates, mass media To wnes said. Without it the identified with the thrust of the party is sincere in its efforts -
Suggested action lines in Conference. civil rights organizations, GOP may not win in November, Republican party." to "re-identify itself
booklet include:(1))opening job and fraternal organizations. he said. Many political observers with America's black voter.'
the use of
opportunities for non-whites In commuting on
on staffs of religious organi- this edition: Father Bowman
zations, (2)) investing funds of( said: "To my knowledge, this Grads! Uraed To focus On Urban Crisis I
first tl that Roman .
these organizations in enter- is the ma -- --- - ;1-- - - -- - ---

prises where racial justice is Catholics will be using a Wilkins dynamite of race and color and as an effective, constructive 1 has greatly advanced the goals I
practiced, ((3))opening sumra?r study-action booklet prepared NEW YORK. Roy direc- our long history of distortion, leader of the movement which af Negroes.
executive
NAACP
interracial for Jewish, Protestant and "
for living
camps Orthodox communities.We did tor urged Brooklyn's Saint neglect and cruel deprivation. -
through special scholarshipsand Model Cities Survey
other provisions, and (4)) almost no rewriting of the t Francis College graduates to tl
"Unless we move toward a
follow the late Senator RobertF.
text that
principal believing
helping break down neighborhod solution," he added, "We risk (Continue From Page 1)
call for -
community barriers to our ecumenical understanding Kennedy's young
or
housing. has progressed for enough to people to bring their energiesand physical dismemberment as a will go out Friday and survey 6207 NW 27th Ave., by tues-
open The first edition of the book- enable us all to read and use fresh viewpoints to the solution nation and moral" retrogression the Model Cities area, John- day, July 30th.Petitions .
let was distributed In Marchto this kind of material in com- of urban slum and employment as a people. son said. and forms may be
denominations of the National mon." problems.In But Mr. Wilkins: said that In order to qualify for elec- obtained from canvasser or
Council of Churches as Father Bowman also expressed a commencement address violence and lawlessness tion to the neighborhood gov- the Model City Office, Johnson
part of a 29-piece study pac- the hope that local here, June 8, Mr.Wilkins said "need not be." Citing the report erning board, the individual said. Anyone 12 years old
must be who lives in the vote
ecumenical study-aotion area can
ket. The new inter-religious that of all the challenges facing of the President's Advi- :
will be formed to A resident ofthe Model in the election.The .
use
groups Civil Dis-
revised Commission
somewhat on
bya
edition! the nation, first impor- sory '
special committee,is for use the booklet together. "It can tance should be given tourban orders, he said that equal opportunity Cities area, or a person who results will be announced -
by the sponsoring bodies for be a significant step in the convergence problems aggravated by "the and a commitment owns a business or land in the Tuesday, August 6. The
local study groups of religious groupsto national action are ways of census tract of which be wants first meeting of the governing
serve the larger comma- to be a candidate board will be
Thursday
Aug.
The NitionalCouictlhasal- Press, 475 Riverside Drive, creating "new understandingand ,
he said.Crisis least 21 old.
ity, At years 8.
will" for
ready distributed 200,000 New York, New York, 10027; new necessary
copies of the first edition: now in America: Hope and by the Union of American "the saving of our beloved Obtain at least 10 signatures Johnson said the governing
Ordersare Action is dis- from each district'within board will be meeting least
in its second printing. Through being Hebrew Congregations, 838 country
anticipated for several tributed by the Department of Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y. In addition tospeakingatthe84th the tract he Uves.Candidates' once a month on the first tues-
hundred thousand copies of the Publications, U. S. Catholic 10021. annual ceremony, Mr. applications, day of each month. Sub council -
new interreligious edition. Conference, 1312 Massachu- Cost of the booklet is 25$ a Wilkins received an honorary along with 10 signatures, from meetings will be held on the
Members of the editorial setts Ave., N.W., Washington, single copy with reductionsfor Doctor of Laws degree in each district, must be returned second Tuesday of every
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Whitney Young, Jr. I
Office: 6530NW 15th Av.., Miami Fla. 33147-Phone: 691.0421 By By Booker T. "ayes '. I
Executive Director
H. e. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher National Urban League
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor the leadership of Lee Frank Wooten, the Supreme I

STANLEY .I. SWEETING, Theatrical Editor Grand Master of the Modern Free and Accepted M .sol of the

the organization is destined to surpass all previous
World Inc.,
National Advertising Representative We Are All MilitantThere achievements. The bright new ideas threaten to make Modern
Amalgamated Publishers I Inca
the mo stinstrum-iital organization in the
else'where of the World Negroes
310 Madison Avenue. Nev/York, N. Y. 10017 is a word game being played in the press and Free The old order of
Member of the Notional The efforts to overcome. masonry is being
Newspaper Publishers Association about civil rights leaders and organizations. gameconsists
2400 S. Michigan Avenue Chicago, III. 60616 "moderates" and others as revamped, and the members are now dedicated to the improvement
of labelling some as
conditions of its members and their
of the economic com
can play and nearly every-
SUBSCRIPTION RATES "militants. It's a game anyone
munities. To the pessimist,the ideas and programs: envisionedby
ONE YEAR S5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 does.
one
and even a misleading one. Regardless Frank Wooten represent the impossible,but to the optimist
But it's meaningless
a game
Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post! in a challenge, a chance to become involved
of and
know present ,
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 of the use of these labels, I don't anyone they
1 the movement who is "moderate" in the sense of willing to above all a chance for personal improvement.Mr. .

"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" compromise the rights of Negroes or in not feeling intensely Wooten has accepted the responsibility of changing the
The NEGRO PRESS believes that America best lead
can of discrimination and poverty. image of masonry. His plans and programs by which he will
the world from racial and national antagonism when it accords about the problems
to every man regardless of his race, creed or color his human Look at the Urban League, for example. It often gets stuck get the desired results are the most constructive I have heard

and legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no man--the Negro with the "moderate" label simply because it doesn't shout and from an organizational leader. In an effort to give my readersan

are Press hurt strives as long to as help anyone every is man held in back.the firm. belief that all men scream or throw bricks and Molotov cocktails.But opportunity to know more of the man, I have selected a message -

it is an action agency whose 90 affiliates see about 600-, from the Supreme Grand Master to all members and affiliates

000 low income black people every year,helping them to solve throughout the Southeastern United States and the Ba

Ie diforf5 ofebooh problems and bring about change in their lives. hamas.A .

The Lea g u e' s basic position Is that it seeks to develop message from the Supreme Grand Mister, Lee Frank

'OF BLACK AMERICA' REVEALING "ghetto power" by organizing the black community to defend Wooten:

its interests through better social services, jobs,and commun- The picture should be quite clear to us, that WF', the Negro

TRUE IDENTITY OF NEGRO ity unity. That's what its annual conference in New Orleans at people must pool our efforts to gain, in our desire to play an

the end of this month, will be planning for. instrumental part in solving our own problems. We often hear
The Xerox Corporation is to be comimMded for their fine
But because it doesn't try to scare white people with violent the man on the street making the statement"Understanding is
community service in portraying the significant role the Ne-
-sounding slogans, it is not considered ." the best thing in the world." If such is the case, then let us
gro has made in history--the latest program pointing out his
military role. Black college students ar considered militant. Their satins try to get an understanding. The civil rights trend for many of

The All-Star baseball game prevented many viewers from and other demonstrations at campuses all over the country us, seems to lean toward the hope that perhaps one day, local,

have forced college administrations to change many discriminatory !- state or federal governments will enact legislation to take from
seeing the which the
program depicted significant role of the
rules. one man and give to another. It is not reasonable to believe
Negro in the military. It was an outstanding one.
Part of a series called, "Of Black Americawhich ap- But the Urban League is the only major organization working that this will happen. In striving for better understanding,let's

with these students. It has a special summer program in which take a brief look at the meaning of equality and freedom.
pears every Tuesday, the show vividly ml1stratedthatNe-
about 50 black student leaders will be working in about a dozen
groes have played a mo-e substantial part in this country's
Urban Leagues around the country helping to organize ghetto Masonry teaches that its members should meet upon the
wars
than in! almost
other national
Black any organized activity. residents. By the end of the summer these young people will level of equality. But what is equality? Does equality mean
men not only toted firearms on and off horses in the Far
have developed the skills and the know-how become really that every man should be the same as every other man? Doesit
West, but went right back to the Revolution.
effective community leaders when they graduate. mean that all men should act the same, think the same,
A Negro was the first man fell under a volley of shots fired
We hear a lot about separatism these days too. There is a have the same amount of education, work at the same kind of!
by British soldiers in Boston.Did know
that a whose
you Negro
lot of wild talk about wanting a separate state. But there are job, live in the same kind of house, marry the same kind of
sharpshooting killed the first British officer in the encounterat
Lexington between the Redcoats and rebels? already seven all-black cities in the United States. I have yet wife, ride the same kind of car and have the same number of

to hear about one of these fire-eating "militants" moving to children?
There was a soldier aboard the boat that took Washington
one of them. To many times in recent years and months "equality" has
across the Delaware and a close-up viewof the painting cele-
brating the event appeared to show one manning the oars. Hobson City, Alabama, for example, has a black mayor, been held up to mean that those who have ambition and are wil-

black'police, black administration u but during the day manyof ling to work to improve their position in life should be pulled
There were at least 600 black defenders in the Battle of
its residents are 30 miles way working for white people in down to the level of those who are irresponsible, too lazy to
New Orleans in the War of 1812. There entire
were regiments
Anniston And the Urban League: is the only agency I know of try to elevate themselves and do little more than complain
of Negroes in the of the Civil also
Unionarmy War.
They were which is in there, helping the people of Hobson City. Action, These people cry out that theyshcwld be provided with as muh
those who stormed San Juan Hill with
among Rooseveltin
Teddy not talk, Is what mikes us militant. luxury, wealth and respect as anyone else. Inour demonstrations -
the Spanish American War.
The Negro has Indeed played an' important part in shaping The.s -called militants have strange bedfellows. Whey they for equality, we quote the Declaration of Independence"All

the history of the United States.:Negroes comprise about 20 talk of self-imposed segregation, all they are doing is saying men are created equal; but ws ignore its meaning. This

per cent of the forces in Vietnam today. what Bilbo and other white bigots used to say. Racists still means that although we come into this world with equal rights,

The black soldier, sailor,and airman have been quite willing want to ship Negroes back Africa,and some black people at not does work not mean strive that to we are entitled to anything for which we do

to go into the service, and fight for his country, the program that time were willing to abandon dreams for equality and go. or achieve.

points out. But in 1831, a group of Negroes met in New York and issueda Inventions, education, new ideas, production and even space

The program was a thought-provoking, commendable steIn a statement which stands today as the essence of the black exploration are muving with such blinding speed that many Individuals
establishing the role of the in American
Negro history -- a man's rights to freedom and equality. "This Is our home," are becoming nervous wrecks just trying to keep

history which has been lost for so many years. But one which they said, "and this is our country. Beneath its sod lie the from being left behind. Inventions and discoveries require new
all Americans should
be trying to regain. bones of our fathers; for It they fought, bled, and died. Here thoughts and ideas, many of which are contrary to old fashioned -

we were born, and here we will die." beliefs. Are the thinkers equal to others?There have been

Black people want to be included in this society, not shut out great advances in education and knowledge which, in some
SOCIAL SECURITY
COMES TO THE PEOPLEWe of it. America is for all of us, of whatever race or color, and cases, only a few persons can comprehend. Are these peopleon

must commend the Social Security Administration for we are all militant when it comes to demanding our full rights the same level with the dunce and dolt? To increase pro-

opening up a new Um': lathe Motl 1 City area thereby duction, new means and ways of manufacturing, agriculture,

bringing the_.service. to toe people.It !mining and_ the use of compilers have been devised by those

is not often, an touay'S world of bur a 4'icratic red tape, that flaying ability and experience. Are thesetobe put on the same

politicians can see that the needs of the people ot the area can Urban League Conference level as the masses? Are they not far superior to the shift-

best be served by bringing the service to the people that needIt less man who doesn't even try to support his family? Is this

.the most. what we mean by equality? This word may be compared with

The new Model City Social Security branch office is locatedat Theme the word "free' which is also used in the Declaration of In-

5225 NW 12th Ave.They are planning a dedication ceremonyand : "Building dependence. "free1 and"equal"are comparative terms.::

Open House for Sunday, July 12, at 2 p.m.

The community should show their support of this effort by Next week the conclusion.PHIL .

the Social Security by turning out in overwhelming numbers. Ghetto Power"About

The new office is in the west side of the Grand-Way buildtng,

and refreshments will be served. I II
1500 persons are ex- of health, Education and Wel- OSSOFER

pected to attend the 58th An- fare and now chairman of The -

NIXON LEADS ROCKEFELLERGovernor Conference of the National Urban Coalition; Stanley Mar- really enjoyed watching the America, and to convince

Nelson Rockefeller commissioned a national political Urban League in New cus, president Neiman-Mar July 10th showing of "Black Whites that thse from whom

poll to see who the voters believe would be the strongest Orleans July 28 August 1. cus Dallas, Houston, Fort America," one of a series of they have withheld the inalienable -

Republican candidate seeking nomination for the office of seek The to Conference, which will Worth; Dr. Vivian W.Hender- TV presentations sponsored rights of all men..dignity -

'President. Reports are that contestant Richard Nixon seemsto for develop with the new programs son, president, ClarkCollege, by Xerox Corporation. This respect and first-class
coping current
racial Atlanta
be running ahead of the governor popularity at the pres- crisis, will have as its Walker ; and Dr. Margaret particular showing concen- citizenship . have well-
Alexander
ent time. The governor called for an official poll of the Republican theme professorof trated on Black history in earned them.In .
"Building Ghetto
Party, but it did not take place.Governor Rockefellerhas English, Jackson State Col- America, and enjoyment discussing "Black
Power. This theme out
grew lege
(Miss.)
also proposed a four-point program tohelpstates and localities of an stemmed from two things: America" with a Xerox salesman -

fight air and water pollution.HUMPHREY'S emergency officials meetingof On Monday July 29, Whit- first, because the programwas I was told that after
League April 27-
ney M. Young Jr. the
League's a nation-wide
broadcastof Xerox sponsored a program
28 in New York City on ways to national executive
director, some of the many: up-to-now about the United Nations some
CAMPAIGNVice organize the black masses in will deliver the
keynote ad- untold accomplishments of time back they received a
President Hubert Humphrey seems to be holding his the nation's ghettos. dress, setting forth League Black Americans cancellations of
which number of
own in his caml.sign for the Democratic nomination. The Harris Workshops will be held in goals for the coming year. White most
the slum districts Americans were seeing in the Carolina areas, despitethe
of
New Or-
survey sees Humphrey as running strong among the minori- On Sunday 28
July
and
Mr.
hearing about was
for the fact that the
first program
leans and at the
ties, and drawing well among older voters and low-income Jung Hotel Young and Lindsley F. Kim- time. Second and did
is in the Monday, July 29, on housing ball : it gave me a completely objective
whites. He also making a surprisingly strong showing president of the League feeling of in
education economic joy and satisfaction not depict Xerox as being
moderate income suburbs. develop will be given honorary
degreesat because most of the favor Nations. It
of the United
ment and
Nixon Harris thinks will do better among the affluent,con- employmentandfamily a special Xavier University history
servative surbanites and might gain ground among the white planning. In addition, a convocation in the Municipal presented on this programand is apparent that those who do

blacklash working class vote. workshop on the police and the Auditorium. ( much more!) has been not want a united nation,do not

community will beheld at the Advance aired in Miami for the past approve of united nations.I .
Harris also notes that Negroes,Spanish-speaking and Jewish registration forms three
people the young, the affluent and the educated, together could Jung Hotel, the Conference previously have been sent out. tween years in interviews be- have asked the Xerox
Blanche reporton
become a potentially new majority in American political life. headquarters, on Tuesday, Questions on the Conference myself Calloway and salesman to give me a

We will watch with interest for the nominations.We are still July 30.Other. should be referred to this office on "Progress Report" the reaction from "Black
highlights will include on WMBM. It has been the America" when the series is
hope
one hundred per cent for Vice President Humphrey. prior to July 24.After that of
Then too there is Senator Eugene McCarthy whose leaders speeches by Car B.Stokes, date you can reach the Public both of us that Black history ended. I will pass it on to my

threaten to challenge a number of delegations to the National first Negro Mayor of Cleveland Relations Director, Layhmond would der get wide publicity in or- readers., I presume that this

convention next month after supporters of Vice President Hum- ; John W.Gardner, former Robinson, at the to prove to Blacks that time, Xerox will be hearing

phrey gained control _of the Washington State delegation. secretary of the Department Press Room (504)Jung) Hotel, they have contributed in full from its Alabama and MiSsi-
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; LET'S : *LET US UNITE CONTEMPLATION WITH ACTION- }
i IN THE HARMONY OF THE TWO, LIES THE PERFECTION

TALK OF CHARACTEP-THEY ARE NOT 1 I.E UNOER-/
CONTRADICTORY INCOMPATIBLE DUT
MUTUALLY HELPFUL TO EACH OTHER." PRIVILEGED,
POLITICS
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AKK.'CAN: SLAvES:; SECOND VICTIMS or NATK IN NEW
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seem:, hat: while these "imm; rants fromtheold world" "
were celebrating their own "personalfreedomind liberty"on \ I \
that first Independence Day, July 4th, 1776--word did not get y
dowa to the African slaves for nearly: another hundred years- 10 1 If! + I
comm intcatioas being very poor In that diy. (
In fact the word that they were free was: delivered by United .. I (4\i'
States Army generals to them at various dates in the suces-
sloolst confederate states--w'aich! Is why Independence Day-- \
the 4th o! July is no cause for celebration for the descendentsof ,

their African slave ancestors,but rather the afro-me\'t.;1n r
celebrates his freedom on various dates from January first to I I'r
August fourth depending on what state his folks camo from--
or wliare he is.
Even today the "wo'd" of their freedom awl' liberty has not 1; i .I tIr

reached many section. of Ame-ica.
The crack in the Liberty Bell is probably due to the severe 't t
strain it was under while pealing out the tidings of freedom- ...

liberty and justice for "all"--wiile slavery was a thriving Ii ', st. !
business and immigrants were bouncing rifle balls off the ( ,
heads of the "original hom steaders"--the American Ind lans.
Back in those early days of freedom, liberty and indepen-
dence for these hate-filled immigrants, the American Indians I I I
made: the principal target for their hate and prejudice--since '

based on their imported religion, the American Indians were .,.
savages, so it w.s not against the religion these immigrantsto
kill savages--and then another real good "European Rea WHITE AMERICAN
son' to hate file Amerlan Indiin was the tact that according MOWN MOW AFRO- AMERICAN MEXICAN AMERiCAN PUERTO AMERICAN RICAN

to the Hometead: Act, the American Indian held title to SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN
the entire United States, which amounted to quite a bit of real LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE q.o-,
estate. In Europe since their ancestors first cam*out of caves BANDED TO CHALLENGE THE AMERICAN DREAM

and down out of trees, it became a custom to hate other folks
who had some real estate you coveted, usually on the base of
religious differences, which made it O.K. to go to war, take
the real estate and get back in time to go to church and be 77 Negro Delegates AlternatesTo
blessed by "your" religious leaders for bringing civilization ,
and religion to the pagans. .
There was little reason to hate the African slave, since they
were regarded as animals, as beasts of burden, without soul Attend GOP Convention HereRepublicans

and of course nobody bates>> their mule. It was only whoi these!,
"slms" wet supposed to be free that floodgates of hate
were opened wide.Religious. in an effort to believe the Republicans have "It's all part of this con- Members'of the Minorities
involve Negroes more in the opened up a reservoir of potential centrated program we start- Groups staff have visited over
party will send 77 Negro dele black votes, but they ed more than two years ago to 39 states In the past 24 months,
Study And Action gates and alternates to the say the GOP must make mas- greater involve the black man as well as 78 urban areas
I GOP National Convention at sive inroads in the gains of the in the party: ," he said. where the black vote has gained

Guide On Crisis PublishedPublication Miami Beach in August, the Democrats to win a sizeable "It's a new wind different tremendouspower," said ,
Miami Times learned this black vote in November's,* philosophy by the party'to Townes. "We're keenly inter., 1'

booklet, were the Rev. DavidJ. week. presidential race. make as an integral plJ'tofltstotal ested in the black voter." ,
in
of the first Bowman, S. J.; the Rev.Dr. The deadline for selectionof Republicans have not had the program the increased More than 60 ,black candIdates -- -(
religious study and action Gerald E. Knoff, associate delegates and alternateswas support of Negro voters since involvement of minority citizens will be running for office \
guide on the racial crisis for general secretary of the NCC July 13, but one state still 1932. in part activities on the on the Republican ticket.They :

use by Catholic Jewish, Protestant and Orthodox, Roman Division of Christian Education has not reported. local, state and national level. are "young, aggressive, articulate .
announced ; the Rev. Donald Cam- But in order to change this, I think this greater number of blacks who have become I
congregations was pion, S. J., editor of American Clarence Townes,Assistantto an observer said, the GOP on black delegates and alternates involved In party activities -.
It is jointly -
Tuesday. published magazine; the Rev. Robert GOP Chair man Ray C. Bliss the local and state level will points to that." in the last 24 months,"he,
by the U. S. Catholic Conference Stephanopoulos, pastor of the and director of the GOP Minorities have to make a real effort to Townes believes thegophas continued.An .
the National: Council Conference Greek Orthodox Church of Our Groups Division,said bring the Negro into the partyas made a tremendous comebackin
of Churches,theStandtng Saviour, Rye, N.Y.; and Rabbi from Washington that 77 black an active member. "re-Identifying Itself with indication of the party's "'
Orthodox
of Bishopsin
Union of Balfour Brickner, director of delegates and alternates have "An example of the state's the black community and with new attitude toward black voters -
and the
America Interfaith Activities of the Union been selected. attitude towards black votersis ether ethnic voting groups probably will come July
American Hebrew Congregations of American Hebrew Con- "This figure represents right there In Florida,"said since the 1964 disaster." 29 when the platform committee -
gregations. most a doubling of the black one observer. "There will be "In fact,"he said,"the per- chaired by Illinois Sena-
Tnis interfaith edition of Father Bowman, chairman participants: in the 1964 con- no black Republicans on the centage of the Republican tor Everett Dirksen,begins its
Crisis in America: Hope vention. 43 and to the increased from less than four
of the Committee, is te first Only delegates delegation GOP convention hearings at Miami Beach.
cities
Through Action,not only Roman Catholic to hold an executive alternates were chosen for but the Democrats will per cent in 1964 to percent Expected to the most con-
issues, factsand"myths"forstudy staff position with te that convention.The send four or five to Chicago in the 1966 Congressional troversial of the planks are the
but suggests action lines National Council He is assistant Increase in Negro dele from Florida for their conven- election among Negroes." civil rights issue and federal
for congregations and com- director of the Depart- gates and alternates, Townes tion." "This year strictly because aid to blighted and riot-torn
munities to change white ra- ment of Faith and Order, and said, stems from the greater Republicans are hoping for of the new awareness' and so- cities in the nation. The stand
achieve
cial attitudes and to ml- also a principal liaison officer emphasis on greater partici- at least 30 per cent of the total phistication of the young black that Republicans take then may
equal opportunities for for the as dele black vote cast this November vote their attitudes closer
for the NCC with the social action pation Negro-- are very well determine whetherthe
norities. pogram of the US Catho- gates, alternates, mass media To woes said. Without it the identified with the thrust of the party is sincere in its efforts -
Suggested action lines in the lic Conference civil rights organizations, GOP may not win in November, Republican party." to "re-identify Itself
booklet include:(1))opening job and fraternal organizations he said. Many political observers with America's black voter.'
opportunities for non-whites In commuting on the use of
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zations on staffs, ((2)of) investing religious funds organi-of this said: edition"To my, Father knowledge Bowman this Grads/ Urged To Focus On Urban Crisis l

these organizations in enter- is the first time that Rom.ii

prises where racial Justice is Catholics will be using a Wilkins dynamite of race and color and as an effective, constructive has greatly advanced the goals
NEW
study-action booklet prepared YORK. Roy I
practiced, (3))opening summ-r fo r Jewish, Protestant and NAACP executive direc- our long history of distortion, leader of the movement which of Negroes. ri ,}
for interracial living
camps: Orthodox communities.We did tor urged Brooklyn's Saint neglect and cruel deprivation
through special scholarshipsand Model Cities Survey
other provisions, and ((4) almost no rewriting of the j(Francis College graduates to I
"Unless we move toward a
principal text, believing that follow the late Senator RobertF.
helping break down neighborhod Continue From 1)
call for solution, he added, "We risk ( Page
community barriers to our ecumenical understandinghas Kennedy's young
or '
housing. progressed for enough to people to bring their energiesand physical dismemberment as a will go out Friday and surveythe 6207 NW 27th Ave, by Tuesday -
open The first edition of the book- enable us all to read and use fresh viewpoints to the so- nation and moral" retrogression Model Cities area, Johnson July 30th.Petitions .
lution of urban slum and em- as a people. and forms be
let was distributed in Marchto this kind of material common said. may
denominations of the National ." ployment problems.In But Mr. Wilkins said that In order to qualify for election obtained from canvasser or
Council of Churches as Father Bowman also expressed acommencementaddress: violence 1 and lawlessness to the neighborhood gov- the Model City Office, John
the hope that local said "need not be." Citing the report erning board, the individual son said. Anyone 12 years old
part of a 29-piece study pac- here, June 8, Mr.Wilkins -
ket. The new interreligiousedition ecumenical studyactiongroups that of all the challenges facing of the President's Advi- must be: who lives in the area can vote
will be formed to resident oftheModel in the election.
use
revised Commission onClvll Disorders
somewhat bya the nation, first Impor- sory '
special committee, is for use the booklet together.It can tance should be given to urban I he said that equal opportunity Cities area, or a person who The results will be announced -
by the sponsoring bodies for be a significant step lathe convergence ( problems aggravated by "the i and commitment owns a business or land in the Tuesday, August 6. The
local study groups. of religious groups national action are ways of census tract of which he wantsto first meeting of the governing
has already to serve the larger cominui- be a candidate board will be Thursday Aug.
The National Council Press, 475 Riverside Drive, creating "new understandingand ,
ity he said.Crisis At least 21 old. 8.
years
distributed I 200,000 New York, New York, 10027; new will" necessary for
copies of the first edition,now in America: Hope and by the Union of American "the saving of our beloved Obtain at least 10 signatures Johnson said the governing
Ordersare Action is dis- from each district'within board will be meeting least
in its second printing. Through being Hebrew Congregations, 838 country.
anticipated for several tributed by the Department of Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y. In addition to speaking the the tract he lives.candidates' once a month on the first Tues
hundred thousand copies of the Publications, U. S. Catholic 10021. 84th annual ceremony, Mr. applications, day of each month. Sub council
new interreligious edition Conference, 1312 Massachu- Cost of the booklet is 25$ a Wilkins received an honorary along with 10 signatures from meetings will be held on the
Members of the editorial setts Ave., N. W., Washington, single copy with reductionsfor Doctor of Laws degree in each district, must be returned second Tuesday of every
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Rosa Shorter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Shorter and .:. ,. .>, t, L
Mr. Leonard Harvey were married in Greater Bethel AME ,'f 'i' ,; Visiting guest of Mrs. Marie J. McCall of Richmond Heights
Church on June 30. The couple will make their home in Chi* were Mr. T. L. Johnson and wife(Sarah)from New York City.
cago. During their stay they also visited other relatives in near by
Vacationing in Tallahassee and Bartow with relatives and communities. Their visit was for the 4th of July, a cookout was

friends were Rev. and Mrs. James (Emma Jane) Waldon. '. held in their honor at the home of Mrs. McCall. After the holiday .
From Austin, Texas comes Mary LouStreettohelp her mo- a .: x they were accompanied by a sister (Doris) to a four day
ther, Mrs. Sarah Smalley get settled in her new home. trip to Nassau. They were guest of other relatives in Nassau
Hot Springs was Estella Jones choice for a relaxing vacation. Mrs. Rosalind Roberson and her entire family are thankingtheir

Motoring to Florida for a visit in Miami as houseguests of numerous friends wno have been and still are wonderfulto
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Farrington, 1180 NW 64th Street were her after the accident, that almost blinded her She Is doing
Fred Thomas, New York City; Mrs Mildred Nelson and Eliza- zti nicely. Please continue to pray for her and we are sure the
beth Barrett o Philadelphia. many prayers along with skillful specialist, her prayer will
be answered.The .
Percy Pinder n of New York City is visiting his father, Mr. members of Choir No. 2 of Martin Memorial A ME
Pinder of ;fii'.i. X,, '
Percy Miami. .
'J }; "; Church would like to thank all who helped to make their anniversary .
Down: from Sarasota were Roland and Aleatha Rogers and . ;"
; a success. They regret and apologize for the patrons
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son, Jerald who Jetted to Nassau for a three day holiday. '
names beginning with S and R were omitted from the souvenir
More travelers are Leroy Ashwood, Mt. Vernon, N.Y. and ;;;i r\P books by mistake. You may contact any member verifica-
Arline Wilson who motored down for a visit with relatives in tion. Mrs. Marie Johnson McCall, president.

Virginia and Florida. .1, ':: Swinging invitation. When was the last time you had a chanceto
The reason for Jim Chambers' absence from the scene wasa : wear your formal? Here's your chance. The Modern, Free
visit to Bluefield, Durham and Baltimore Home (Bluefield) S and Accepted Masons of the World of R. H. are sponsor Ing a
to visit his mother, Mrs. Mattie Chambers; to Durham to visit formal dinner dance, July 30, at Palmetto Country Club, featuring -
his aunt, Mrs.EstherStancilandtoBaltimuretobring his son, the Ocean Liners, with speaker Supreme Grand Mas-
James n to Miami for vacation. ter Lee Frank Wooten, from 8-11:30p.m. Donations: singles

Mrs. Maude G r e e n e who underwent surgery at Cedars of $2.50, couples 500. This is a non profit organization. For
Lebanon Hospital is recuperating at the home of Mr. and Mrs. further information phone 235-4724 or 235-1577.
Willie McKnight, 3389 William Avenue.Mr. EngagementMrs. Congratulations to Pvt. Raleigh and Diane Flowers on the
birth of their new arrival, Raleigh Jr., Sunday, July 14, at
and Mrs. Leon Earles are all smiles since their teenage Rosa Lee Bryant of School system at Melrose Ele 7 Ibs. and 6ozs.

granddaughter Theresa Gilliam of Chicago is visiting Mi- Miami announces the engage mentary. Mr. Futch, a grad- Make sure your lawn is groomed for the Month of July. The
ami for the first time. ment of her daughter, Dorothy uate of Bethune CookmanCollege judging takes place on each third Sunday.

Mavis George, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy George and Sampson, Samuel Futch, son is also employed in the
and Willie Futch Dade County School system at
of Mr. Mrs.
Rudolph Seymour were married June 16.A reception was held
Saturday, July 13, at the home of the bride's parents, 1348 NW Sr. of this city. Floral Heights Elem.ntary. MOONLIGHT BOAT RIDE
55th Street. Miss Sampson, a graduateof
Florida All M University is An August wedding is plan AND DANCEON
Home on a thirty day leave from the war in Vietnam is Earle a teacher in the Dade County ned. BOARD MV DREAMBOAT
Finley. He is visiting his wife Rudine and children, Darrel and
Monique. He is the son of Mrs. Ruby Mizell and Mr. James Friday, July 19, 1968 8 o'clock P.M.

Finley. Kennedy Aide Weds Friendof Departs Pier No. 5, City Dock
The red carpet was out at the home of Al and Carmen Jack- (Opposite City Auditorium)
son on Saturday evening when they entertained friends in their
Dr. Kina Miami Frontiers International
new home. - . .. . uspices
REFRESHMENTS PRIZES
From St. Louis came EmmaJaneSimmons,daughter of Mr. Peter Edelman,30,a topad- former! official in the Justice
and Mrs., Martin Simmons who took time out from her nursing viser to the late Sen. Robert Department and a native of Donation . . . . . . . . . . . $2.50
duties to visit her ailing Dad. Rachel Haines,also a nurse and Kennedy and Marian Minneapolis.

friend made the trip with Emma Jane. Wright, 29, a close friend of < u_.._._____._.-
Enjoying the fun and thrills of Camp Piomingo in Louivllle Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., 'UF" :-, :

are Errol and Ralph Mizell and Calvin Mapp, Jr. were married Sunday in a .1
ceremony at McLean, Va. I I teI ,
You are invited to attend Sgt. Daniel W. Mulliens Chapter The marriage was performed

#39 of the Disabled American Veterans and the Auxiliary installation by the Rev. William Sloana ...",.
of officers 1968-1969 Sunday, July 21, at PBA Hall Coffin, 44, the Yale University /
- 27th Avenue at 151st Street Opa-locka, at 4 p.m. chaplain who was found
guilty last month with Dr.Benjamin 8/f1 yn
Attorney Frank Reeves and wife, Senora visited at Fort
Spock and two others of
Lauderdale's Sheraton hotel last weekend. They returnedto N Jfi
conspiring to counsel evasionof
Washington, D. C, Monday. the draft.

Kenneth and Caroline Williams celebrated their 17th wedding More than 200 friends and
anniversary on July 13. relatives of the couple witnessed -
Mrs. Mable l Daniels of 6820 NW 15th Ave., visited her sister the ceremony.at the homeof
Marguertte Davis in Raleigh, N. C. She returned Sundayand Adam Walinsky, another
reports an enjoyable vacation. member of the Kennedy advi-

Mrs. Richard J. Strachan (Lorraine) is celebrating her sory team.
Arthur J. Goldberg formerU.
seventh year of marriage with a '68 Coronet and Reginald B. ,
S. chief representative to } irw
Strachan his third birthday on July 20 and 23, respectively.Mrs. f "
the United Nations and a for-
Lona B. Mathis, ninth grade English teacher at Booker mer Supreme Court justice,
Junior High School in Sarasota, is the only Florida teacher told the couple -- whose lives
chosen for a National Defense Education Act scholarship for had been touched by the assassinations
summer study at the University of Northern Iowa in Cedar of Dr. King and Ken L7LYP-I----

Falls, Iowa.ATTENTION. nedy --it was not "easy" in <' -
such to celebrate ,, ,
a year an '
PARENTS: The Dade County Park and Recrea- '- ':
tion Department is taking its Showmobile to the streets and event of joy. .J---- ----
Four shows will be The bride,born in Bennetts- --
parks. offered."Snow White and the Seven
Dwarfs' by Ester Brezo's group from the Upstage and the vllle, S. C., was graduatedfrom LORY'S LENDS HELPING HAND TO THE NYC
Barry College Children's Theater production of "The Em- Yale Law School and was
peror's New Clothes" "Rumplestilskin" and"The Pied Piperof the first Negro admitted to the (L to R) Lovely Jennifer Palmer, Wendy Jones, Alfredo Robinson,
Hamlin. Only one will be seen in each location. Locationsand bar in Mississippi.She hand- Emma Baker and June Brown ore shown here as they proudly model some
times for Thursday, 7200 NW 22nd Avenue at 2 p.m. and led cases for the NAACP legal of the many fabulous fashions by Lory's (Edison Center).
71st and 12th Avenue 4 defense fund and worked for These ladies lovely will
St. NW at p.m. lovely young along with many more just as
Charles Baker, Dade County foreign language instructor is the Southern Christian Lead show their wares at a gala fashion show Sunday, July 21, 1968 at 3 p.m.
touring Mexico. ership Conference during the of the EOPI Center, 17801 Homestead Avenue, Perrine, Florida. All pro-
Home again is Emma Ward after a most enjoyable vaca- Poor People's campaign in ceeds will go to the Neighborhood Youth Corps. Donation ;is 50{. Refreshments -
tion in Wasuington, D. C. Washington. will be served.
Get well wishes to Viva Coleman at Edelman, who is white is a
Christian All fashions for the show are being furnished by Lory's (Edison

Completes Center) and assistant storemanager Dee Dee Lawrence is serving as co-
r-------------------------, ord inator.

SUBSCRIPTION ORDER Training In addition to the fashions shown above, you'll find a complete line

j \Uomi Times 1 WICHITA FALLS, Tex., of glamorous fashions for all occasions at Lory's (Edison Center), teen-
--Airman Lucious Coney Jr., age and adult fashion center of South Florida.
6530 NW 15th Avenue son of Mr. and Mrs. Lucious Our FABULOUS FALL beauties.
FASHIONS are in Come see the
Miami, Florida 331"7 j Coney of 2993 NW 43rd Terr.
Miami has been
graduatedfrom
Open 9 to 9
Enclosed please find the sum of $5.OO a U.S. Air Force tech- Sizes 3.20LORU'S
I I nical s school at She ppardAFB
to cover the cost of a one subscription 1 Tex

to the Miami Times. j lie WAS trained and air
freight specialist and has been c L
assigned to a unit of the Military
Mail Pap r To Y
AlrliftComuund: it

I Address i Hickam AFB, Hawaii. LORY'S FASHION SHOPS . EVERYWHERE!
i The airman, is a 1967
Jtal.. Zip Cod.. _ _ '
City -
?-? graduate of Miami Jackson 6112 NW 7th AVENUE ( EDISON CENTER)

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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, July 19, 1968 7


State Cabinet Asked To Upgrade Poverty Wages Committee Submits



TALLAHASSEE.Thestate ed to consider higher startingpay $1.39 per hour but McGlon said ers near the top of their present '
four For
cabinet was: asked Tues Proposals
rates for doctors
psy- studies showed that private pay ranges.
day to approve a pay raise for chiatrists, and other professional business competing for the ,

some 5,200 state employes employes of the Division same types of workers were For exam pie,the starting
DOW making less than the fed- EducationThe
of Mental Health. Quality
paying $1.50 tOI.60per hour. ply for an elevator operatorwho
determined
erally poverty
McGlon was expected to now has salary range of
level of $3,000 McGlon said the additional
per year.
from
recommend! that the Cabinet $1.25 tto$1.63perhour '
money for the lower three paygrades following proposals were prepared and presented to the
State Personnel Director compress the pay grades, would be raised to $1.50 per
Dade School Board the Action Com-
should solve County by Community
help abIg
Jay McGlon predicted It would moving the lowest paid workPresident- hour under the proposal. mittee.
problem with vacancies and a
cost the state $Z million to I high turnover rate. -- Four educational proposals designed to achieve "Quality
raise the
of the
pay employes Education for Disadvantaged Youth residing In the Northwest
In the lower three pay grades "Merely by being able to Johnson section of hide County.
-- close to 10 per cent of the meet the cmention and retain

55,000 state employes -- and more of these people,the stateis
to make the necessary salary going to get more than that Names Negro General PROPOSAL I
adjustments to persons directly amount of money back," he Create a permanent School Board investigating Committee.
affected In higher pay said. Purpose; To investigate all alleged acts of prejudice behavior -
grades WASHINGTON, D. C.- rick E. Davison, 51, of Wash or discriminatory practices which interfere with the
The Jobs in the three grades President Lyndon B. Johnson ington, D. C. as Brigadier social, emotional.and educational development of black students -
The Cabinet Is also expect start at salaries of $1.25 to has nominated Colonel Frede- General of the U. S. Army, it attending predominantly white schools.

was announced by the white Duties: ; This committee would be responsible for collecting
House Wednesday. Colonel data and making recommendations to the Board of Public Instruction
Davison becomes the third Ne- for corrective action
gro In history to be named tot Committee Membership: This committee should be com-
the rank of General In the arm posed of two school board members and an equal number of
ed forces of the United States. black and vMte citizens.



Colonel Davison Is Deputy PROPOSAL n
Commanding Officer of the Create a permanent Model City School District.
7s- 199th Infantry Brigade In Viet Purpose; To provide the disadvantaged numbers of the
r A-i:1 Nam and has been serving northwest protioa of Dade County with some control over the
: there since November, 1967. educational policies and practices that affect the operation of
Air Force Lieutenant General predominantly disadvanted schools. (This district would function -

Benjamin 0. Davis, Jr., who and operate like other Dvde County school districts, except -
f Is at Clark Air Force Base in that it should have complete freedom louse adaptive ex-
the Philippines and his father, emphry, and innovative instructional programs (that are designed .
Army Brigadier General B. O. to satisfy the special needs and interests of back

_ Davis, Sr., who retired in 1948 students.)
WA1 are the other two Negroes to District Office Staff: This district should have black Dis-
reach the rank of General. trict Superintendent: Secondary Director, Elementary Direc-
tor, Head Visiting Teacher and an Integrated supporting staff.
District Advisory Committee; The members of this com-
mittee should be selected by the Model City Advisory Board
Colonel Davison born in
was and appointed by the Board of Public Instruction. The dutiesof
Washington, D. C. in 1917 and this committee would include the following:

received his training, includ- ((1) To interview administrative and supervisory candidates -
ing a B. A. from Howard Uni- desiring employment in this,district, including the Initial -
ww versity and an M. A. degree district staff memh, r.s.
-.. """"' ... ,. -J" ; 4 ,"- from George Washington Uni- to submit the
((2) names of two persons applying for a position
BEAUTIFUL, BROTHERI! Earl Calloway (left), Fine Arts Editorof also versity attended, in his the native U.S.city.Army He to the Super Intendent for Ms recommendation and appointment -

Negro Press International congratulates Sidney Poitier on his starring War College and the U.S. by the Board of Public Instruction.
(3) To constantly review the total educational
needs of the
role in "For Love of Ivy," which was shown to motion picture exhibitorsand Army Command and General district and make recommendations for changes and improve

the motion picture press in Lake Placid, New York. "For Love o f Staff.. College. ,J11, ments. .' "

Ivy", which has its world premiere in New York on July 17th, features District Boundary Lines; The district boundary lines should "

singer-actress Abbey Lincoln in the title role. The Palomar Pictures International be similar to those established for the Model city area.

production is Poitier's latest starring vehicle, following suc- Medals and awards includes Location of District Office: It should be located near the
; Bronze Star Medal, center of the district, so parents can easily visit and confer ,
cesses of "To Sir, With love, "In the Heat of the Night, and "Guess Army Commendation Medal with district staff personnel:' .

Who's Coming to Dinner". Quincy Jones wrote the music'score for "For (with-2 Oak LeafClusters) ,

Love of Ivy'" which was produced by Edgar Scherick and Jay Weston, and Combat Infantryman Badge PROPOSAL HI

was directed by Daniel Mann. (Second Award). Continuation of the OKnda planning Project,

r.., .. ', ..' \, : "' .,.,..... ., ., . .., .I' ,. Purpose! To continue planning 3"D.f!Jlocl traUon School for
"
,'.:',' ," l \ <\,. '.:(', ; Educationally' Disadvantage Children" in which adaptive,
Getting music to sound right in a ; ''[Opporfunifies; For Negroes)' : exemplary, and innovative instructional programs can be introduced
, .' ; and evaluated for use in the associated schools.
'
studio is a matter of getting a ,. .<\ : '.' 'r! ''' '::
:: ....."t:' ; !... fW ::4, ', Justification; The accomplishnwits of this project J have
perfect balance of elements.
: : quality of education for disadvantaged children
f f The same thing I expect appliesto ''! County j; : : :: Project Staff; The present Olinda Staff(project Managerand

getting a great gin..a perfect Ik ; Secretary) should be given the time and opportunity to
of flavor it complete their plans for the opening of this school In September
balance elements..dryness
Significant findings relativeto 37.9 percent of those placemen 1969. We also want them to continue operating this highly
the works.That's what I find in placements of Negroes on : *. The total placement experimental school for at least three years after its .opening

Gordon's Gin.99Roy Jobs in Dade County, for the figure for the same period of date.
first five months of 1968,have time, for both white and non- Project Budget for 1968-69 School Year:This budget should
been released by Harry.L. white' was 4,748, making contain funds for the following Items
Eaton, Composer Pianist:Music Director of Benton t Bowles. Inc,one of
(1)) A substantial increase curate with the Board of
the nation's largest advertising agencies: winner ot Kosciusiko Foundation Tyson, MetropolltanArea Negro placements stand at comin'r
tint Chopin Award International recltaltst. recording artist.for Mace Records.. "'"t Supervisor, Florida State 52.4 percent of the total. Public Instruction's salary scale for administrators.The Job

gam;; Employment Service, (FSES). This would indicate, although f Project is demanding enough to warrant such an Increase.)
there are no comparable (2) Consultant services, travel in and out of Dade County,
materials and supplies telephone service office furni-
,
space,
From January through figures! for last year
ture and equipment to involved In the
support personnel plan-
May, 1968, 7,728 Negroes since separate figures wer not
found employment through kept prior to Augus t of 1967,',' ning project.
((3)) The purchase of special instructional materials and
FSES,and of that figure 2,931 that greater job opporunitles
equipment suggested In the proposal presently being preparedby
L YY were placed in nonservice'occupations. '> are opening up for Negroes in
the Olindi planning project.These items should ordered
This represents Dade County.
and received not later than January, 1969.
((4) The employment of a Curriculum planning Staff composedof t
an assistant principal and eight teachers specialties in
DRIVE DEFENSIVE, THE LIFE YOU SAVE Reading and Language Arts to initiate the planning of a part of

MAY BE YOUR.OWNI! curriculum which will be centered around the use of self-in-

structional devices. (February, 1969).
(5) An eight weeks faculty workshop designed to help teachers -
-------------------------- r learn how to use "Project Discovery" materials and

9 I SUBSCRIPTION ORDER I equipment! before the opening date of this new school. (Let us
t[ I provide this school with every opportunity to achieve success.)
I Miami i Times I

11 6530 NW 15th Avenue II I PROPOSAL; IV

,Mw I j Miami, Florida 33W j I Creation of District In-Service Education Centers
I Purpose: To provide every teacher with an opportunity to
$5.00 ( 'receive the latest training in the use of materials and equipment -
Enclosed find the of
please sum
GogD0A5r ( designed to improve the quality of education for disadvantaged -
Y to cover the cost of a one year subscription : children.
i
t In-Service Edication centers; The schools considered desir-
D1 uuloimoeDet to the Miami Times.
able to serve in this capacity are Northwestern Senior High,
GIN :j t Drew Middle School and the new Olinda Elementary Demonstration -
Gordon Gin.created In I Mall' Paper, To .. I School.
London England In 1169.-tea .
It'. the biggest seller In England Address Programs and Additional Staff Requirements; Each center
America and the world. will be required to develop in-service education programs and
City State Yip Cod. determine the additional staffing requirements to support these

noftocT or e.s.L wn. w mm icmn flCl CUll.M nw.mm NT n n in,UBO 1 IL 1 _________________________ J special school programs

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t 8 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 19, 1968
U d
t ... .. .. 1111 .. .. 11- 1111 11I '+Ire "If's/ Our Bag" Lists TV Programs"It's

Ie Our Bag,' a Channel Over Miami' will be the Friday is "We Visit the Mi-

I : Along TheAvenue ]:*K2 i i series presented daily 7 guests on Thursday's show, kosukee." Chief Buffalo Tiger this
K- 7:30p.m.ispresentedincoK with guest host Tom Washtnton -- and students will discuss vil-
if 4it operation with the Metro-Dade WMHM d'.sc: -Jockey. film taken at a Mikosukee
County Youth Opportunityc A sound film made on loca-
lage.Viewers
it Program.. tion at Tacolcy Youth Center, are urged to send
1 .< Hostess for the series Is "University of the Streets,' their comin/ =-nts about It's = Y
By "SOUL BROTHER" .< Mrs. Sylvia Rolle, a dynamic will be Friday's presentation. Our Bag" to Channel 2, Ltnrt- f y rK.i
THOMAS >' Dade County teacher and Tacolcy members will be stu- sey Hopkins Eh icationOn'er,
>1 music consultant. dio guests. 1410 NE 2nd Avenue, Mi ml,

Popular Edith Thomas, the Monday, July 22 the program nother film to be shown 33132. .i ;
ever smiling hostess at Mar- will to
present a panel
vin Anderson's Soul House of discuss the topic "Integration #
Ribs is vacationing in Ft. My- "
vs Separatism. Guest panelists -
ers, with her mother Mrs. will include Bernard ,
Katie Mitchell and family and ;
Dyer; Eldredge Williams, coordinator
She will also celebrate her ,,
of special programs .
? ? ? birthday on the 21st. for Dade County Schools; Eu- Clyde & Frank '
* * * *
gene Will iams,Doyle Youth
Berry Wilson of the Florida Center and Harold
; Long,
Hotel and Restaurant Com- President of the United Black PRESENT THIS WEEKEND F
mission has a new interest... Students. 3 t ,
it's the lovely Miss Mamie will also feature Monday's a program study on SUNDAY NIGHT ON LY JULY 21 f

Green. music and dance. _
* * * *
"The Racial Situation and
Mrs. R. S. Jackson, execu- Its Impact on America" will
tive secretary of Womei's: be the discussion by Upward ,'
Auxiliary of the Opa-locka Bound Students from the Uni-

businessmen's associa- versity of Miami, on Tuesday's Jimmie
e
tion announces that their program. (July 23) a :
"clean-block program' will piano interviewbetweenSylviaRolle ---
not only beautify the area but and William Pierce will The Knight Brothers, Samuel Coleman/ and JohnnieB.

will be on a compotativebasis examine the question,"Whereis Hughes"Steal Martin, students of Mays Senior High School, not
and prizes awarded by local the Young Musician Going?" 4 only won first place in "Stars Over Miami" contest
businessmen for the most out the offers but $500scholarship promised the
Wednesday, program Away""It July 8th, a winners
standing property.The inter- the chance for young people by Miss Debbie Reynolds. In the background, second
est is keen among the teen- who feel they have been unjustly place winner, Mandy Coleman/ sister of Samuel. Mia
agers and there's a plenty lawn harassed by police a mi-Metro News Division photo.
and hedge cutting going on in chance tovoicetheir com- Aint What You Got"

Opa-locka.L. C. BlanfordW.M. of the will plaints.be discussed"Law and Justice" SATURDAY NIGHT JULY 20 T
by Philip
Bunche Park Lodge #614 is Johnson, Director of EOPI uICIT; I : So tE

now locka a Chamber member of Commerce.of the Opa- Neighborhood ters. Service Cen- Ralph LamarThe

* * * *
Also on Wednesday, Sylvia
U its Auburn Ave. in Atlanta Rolle will read a letter and Great First Miami RunMia
Rumpart Street in New Orleans poem written by a young white (From Atlanta, Georgia)
125th Street inte'"Big mother about her brown child, farrow Roge s abI2
Appltf NY, 12th and Vine in called "Ann Bradley and Margaret -
Kansas City, Broome Street in Ann."

Newark, the Broadwark in Atlantic The talent winers of''Stars FRIDAY NIGHT ONLY JULY 19
City, Harvard Square in
Boston, 2nd Ave in Miami -
Ashley St. in Jacksonville, or your "Soul Brother' Ttiomi: ?
"011 the Street(Avenue)where c/o Mary Elizabeth Hotel, 642 ,
you live -- send your news to NW 2nd Ave. Miami I .
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Inter-Racial Couple Decides To Stop :



Running From Bias

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Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Williams not to your husband," Mrs. tired of living in places we The couple said they movedin
have decided to stop Williams quoted the manger.Mr. don't have to." July 8 and paid $100 rent in
BY DAVE BONDU running I from biased landlords Williams is a Negro. Williams is a 25-year-old advance for the first month.
The manager later came by truck driver for Weissman Friday the rent was raisedto
The Williams' moved into anew Sunday night, Mrs. Williams Fish Center The couple said $125 Mrs. Williams said.
The man said, "I don't see wby I should be running. I think i apartment: at 2201 NW 23 said, and told her "We don't they'd "take it to the highest "They had heard I was mar-
this is one of the things Dr. Martin Luther King and John F. i Street last week. That's when rent to niggers, and wo aren't court we can go" before ried to a black man, but they
Kennedy died for. It's strange how we Americans can fight 'j things began to happen. The going to start renting to nig they'll move. weren't sure," she said. She
for our country and die for our country yet we cannot share :rent was raised from $100 to gers." "These are things which said the owner and manager
the fruits of America." I am referring to Mr. Clyde Williams M25 J a month. Martin Luther King and JohnF. had not yet met Williams.A .
who moved into his apartment: : at 2201 NW23rd Street with his The pool was then closed, "We've been married for Kennedy and others have lease was supposed to be
white wife; who has been legally married for three years and :although most of the tenants three years and we've been been fighting for and dying signed today, they said,but the
the apartment: manager tells the wife (after finding out that ontinued to swim in it. living in places where we'dbe for," Williams said, "and I owner told them "he was de-
Clyde is a black man) "Pll rent to you, but not to him. We Then the manager told Mrs. accepted," Mrs. Williams don't see why I should keep finitely not going togire us any
aren't going to start renting to 'Niggers.course, being an 'Williams, "HI rent to you,but said Monday. "And nowwe're running." lease"
American doesn't mean anything.You can be anything but black Mrs. Williams said the own
and you can live anyplace you want to.While those Niggers are .1M er was Leon Tishman, who is
across the water fighting and dying with the white boys over the administrator of Live Oaks
there to help keep all of us safe,wMtey is at home telling the Nursing Home where Mrs.
'niggers' they cannot live like human beings. Williams is a private duty attendant -
I think it is about high time for the white folks of this coun- She said the managerwas
try and this community to start taking time and making some sA Mrs. Terrie Hooper.
efforts to live in peace and harmony. Betcha ten to one, the < i, The couple claimed Tish
manager or owner of that apartment: wouldn't tell a Cuban he man ordered them to leave the
couldn't live there. The action displayed by the operators of apartment by 9 a.m. Monday
that apartment: building are showing us what true Americansare but later relented when news-
really like. Isn't it a beautiful display of democracy to ?rx man learned of the story.
show our Cuban refugees and other foreign visitors? Tishman and Mrs. Hooper
This is not the only one who has come out with this kind of were not available for com-
rebugg. There is a huge apartment: complex nearNE 54th St., ment.
who suddenly. .the day after the open housing law came into .e "iv
effect . put up no vacancy signs along with no trespassingor
soliciting signs. They have not been there for the past 15
years that I have been in Miami.

I would like tocall everyone's attention Webster's diction- .
ary on the word 'Nigger' . which means a person who acts
niggardly . or an evil, nasty temis!red person. They could
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PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Willon Taylor

PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Ruth Reed(wife of entertainer A

Napoleon Reed) f Clyde Klllens, popular

VIP OF THE WEEK Judge Arthur McGinnis nightclub host and producer,
would like the public to know
MOTHER OF THE WEEK: Gloria Lassiter that he is in no way connected -
with the production of the
QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: 'Jamaica's Count Basie" is j. H Baron Lee Show slated for
appearing at a number of clubs and motels this week. Byron I sy+ t aA. t J JI Sunday and Mondaynlghtsatthe
Lee and his band and revue kick off tonight at the ContinentalClub Y I Island Club.
and on Friday at the Hialeah Speedway. Saturday night s'b '
they appear at pool side of the Four Kings Motel on Biscayne 4
Boulevard at 107th Street, and Sunday and Monday at the Island ".,
Club Byron has a dancer on his show called the Waso.
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This you've gotta see. She is :'

known as the "stinger" . .All I,
in all this Jamaican spectacular
is a must see . Sister Marie
Infanta has returned to the

Browusville Child Opportunity William Morley, with twenty years of faithful service was rewardedlast

Center. Everyone is so glad she N month at Florida Juice Co., makers of. Orange Blossom citrus Pro- 11CTUtTNU Ww T**
is back and the community so
proud, of the place where the ducts while Frank Knight, general manager, played host to 200 employeeswith k 1TTIRszLt

children are being looked after. r a full' course chicken luncheon. y rL
The staff looks happily dif- 4 tir The warehouse of the local firm was gaily decorated with streamers T

ferent they are re-doing thebuildups and banners proclaiming "Bill Morley Day." After a speech in which

and everything else Knight said in part, "The ,friendly atmosphere which is prevalent here at
make this center the
to
possible Orange Blossom is the reason behind our success. With employees as we ISIRANDAnZTHEATRE
show-place of all the centers
. Jockey Jack was in town for have here, and men like ynu, Bill .Morley, make it easy for me to head this ,.
a few days making arrange- great family." u,is Lu. *b rr,

ments for Sidney poitler,Nancy After the ceremonies "Big Bill" was showered with many gifts from
Wilson, Flip Wilson, Harry his fellow employee plus a substantial check from the firm. pNtYl *rat IM
Belafonte, the Supremes and a
host of other big stars for the
disc Jockey convention in Augus A SIZZLING BUNDLE ENTERTAINMENT FROM THE CARIBBEAN!

Stars O/er Miami amateur talent contests are huge suc-
cesses.The kids are coming out for the shows and the parentsand SAMA\C A SPECTACULAR
friends, some 3500 strong are enjoying the stars and ama-
teur talent at Virrick Park on Mondays; Dixie Park on Wed-
nesdays and Manor Park on Fridays.The final show IsAugust r ............................. STARRINGBtROn
24 at the Mia mi Stadium,and the winner swill go on to the Ted
Mick: Amateur Hour on an all expense paid trip. Vote for your THURS-JULY 18 LEE And the
favorite on Channel 2 WTHS-TV every Thursday night at 7:00, Continental Club c Dragonaires
anddon'tforgetthat admission is free at the parks. Shows in 6000 NW 7th Avenue The Islands No. 1 Soul Band
the parks begin at7:30pmWhile rm at it. . Band Leader _
Billy Rolle is doing a great job with the Stars Over Miami FRIDAY-JULY *
Show, and they are a great bunch musicians' Without them, Jamaica Race T1MDAM
it could well be just mediocre. It does one good to watch them Full Card of
play behind the youngsters and try to encourage them. The Plus Show : tic D+ nce
same goes for Butterball and China Valles, who really care Hialeah Speedway : ''
about the kids in our town . Speaking of Butterball, he had *
a cook-out for the children of P.rrkwayHomesat Virginia Key NAMED COORDINATOR SAT. JULY 20 ctKEITH LYNN ', a .

last Sunday, and we would like to thank Earl's Market, Holsum A Night In Jamaica ., .
Bread, Shell City,Sampson's Market, Coca Cola Bottling Company Mrs Delores l Hagins bas Four Kings Motel : , 1 'I. r.'.
: and Mullins Amusement Company for their contributionsin been named coordinator of the .: : ', It II ... .
TC a ,
making that .cook-out a success. Next Sunday, Butter is Federal Credit Union. She replaces Bisc. Blvd.I & y: pA V .,I., ".l'I.; '. . ,
sponsoring another one for the children from Kendall Home, Mrs. Annie Green,who :.: 107th St. .. t ..::;
n.
and he would appreciate any donations of ribs,chickens, sauce, is presently a low income :North Miami, Florida ; ;
bread, or any other good foods to help make these children specialist with the Federal ''
SUN-MON
aware that we all love them and have not forgotten them. They Bureau of Credit Unions. I 'THE JAMAICANS' {
are not "hoodlum .hlldren," they are kids who are in these Some of Mrs. Hagins duties JULY21.22 ;
homes because o f family difficulties or death of parents, or will be to establish low-cost r The Island Club AND MANY OTHERS. i. i
just that their parents cannot work and take care 0 f them. credit and improve patterns of NW 10th St. & ,. ,
': t k
all can.Call Butterball at Radio Station WAMEif spending and saving through f ,
please help you Speciq/JWafinee/ 3 ." .Sun) c'
you can offer something for these children.next LIFE LIFVE credit unions and banks;and toprovide '..'....,.........2nd...-...-Ave.-.......................I: _j :'. ,p.m._ xutiiii** i lIr ]
That is it for this week. Till the one, basic thrift and low-
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Happening ,: I Raymond Thornton, Program Mr. William Pierce and 1 Mr
Director of the Carver Tyrone Walton.

By Garth C. Reeves, Jr. Branch YMCA, in conjunctionwith Thursday, July 25 from
the Roosevelt Office of the 10:30-11:30 a.m., Judo, Fenc-
- - - - r. First Federal Savings and ing, and Karate under the direction -

A few weeks ago I had what I consider a pleasure to attend Loan Association, will hold its of Mr.Billy Hall,Miss
traffic school The one night out of each week seemed to have "Culture Through Play" program Fay Slier and Mr. Wilbur
been worth while at the Roosevelt Office Coleman.
In design, it's reaUy a course that will hip you to the many 6015 NW 7th Avenue from July Friday, July 26 from 10:30:
menaces that await today's drivers. A student will see films 22 through July 26. 11:30 a.m.Children's Choir
and be toll various stories concerning highway tragedies. under the direction of Mr
schedule activities is
I think that it is a very good idea for beginning drivers to The Willie Williams and Miss
take this The as follows; Joyce Champion.
course. Highway Patrol manuel doesn't tell
everything. It's only $2 for three weeks. Monday, July 22 from 10:30 Friday, July 26 from 4.30: -
After completing this course any driver would think twice M4'r -1130am.Modern Dance Under 5:30 p.m., Children's Choir
about a lot of things done while driving. the direction of Miss under the direction of Mr.Wil
* * * * * * Carolyn Tyler and Miss Rita lie Williams and Miss Joyce

r m sure it was double pleasure for the viewers of the Miss Washington. Champion.
Universe Pageant when Latin lovely Ann Mine Braafheid Tuesday, July 23 from 10:30 The Arts and Crafts
first runner-up honors.I 11:30: a.m. Charm and and Photography Display will
had the pleasure meeting Miss Curacao and rm inclinedto Modeling under the directionof be held Monday through Saturday
go along with a lot of other people that this bronze beautywas Miss Louise Rlley.Wednesday all day, under the direction
unduly robbed of a title that surely was hers. Along with July24from of Mr. Tex Ferguson,Mr.
other talents, she speaks five different languages. Brains and .1030. 11:30: a.m., Rhythm; Walter Mitchell and Mr. Vln-
beauty. Band under the direction of cent Smith.
* * * ** * *

Saying hello to Nathaniel Camlobell and complimenting James
Boles on a fine column. Both boys write for the Weekly Bulletin Soul StitM a Negro newspaper in Sarasota edited by James Jackson. M-DJC South To Form I
. . . . .. . soul sister this week comes from south of the
Stevie Wonder is tops again. He is tearing down Harry's border. She is Errol Diana Rochester,daughter of Mr. Ork and Chorus
American Showroom at Miami Beach's fabulous Eden Roc. Joseph L. Rochester and Mrs. Gladys Mathews of the ,
I had the pleasure of talking to Stevie before the show by Republic of Panama. Errol will be a senior at MIAMI Musicians and vocalists 01 orchestra isopentoallages.
phone and afterwards personally. He is a very down to earth Senior High this fall. She enjoys swimming, tennis and the South Dade area will have Rehearsals will be held
fellow and as you can see by his records, he has soul in/.i cooking in her spare time. After school Errol would an outlet for their talents in Wednesday evenings, from 7
',spades. / like to major in science then attend nursing school in I two community groups being to 9 p.m., beginning Sept 4,
... . . . . . New York. .. organized at Miami-Dade Junior
Michael Robinson entertained guests with a splash party at !"' 'T .-- College South. Tryouts for instrumental
his fabulous 56th St. home. Bikinis galore. A CommunitySymphonyOr- soloists are set for Sept 7 and
* * * * * * * :hestra and a Community 14 from 9 a.m. to 12 noon, by
Soul sister Betty Wright still finds time out for church. Ad- r Chorus will begin rehearsals appointments.The .
mirers can find her at Holy Redeemer's 10 o'clock Sunday early in September. Community Chorus,directed
morning mass. Participants may elect to by Forrest McGinley,
I. * * * ** * * take the class for one college will meet on Sundays at 2 p.m.
Ruby Pace, Cliff Edwards, Rachel Reeves, and Ralph Murray __j I credit hour (in which case they starting Sept. 8.
'I. at Harry's American Bar swinging with Stevie ,Wonder. 4 must apply and register at Rehearsals for both groups
* * * * * * * M-DJC) or as a Continuing will be in the Rehearsal Hall at
Congratulations to Arlethia Williamsscheeningaroundtownin Education (non credit) M-DJC South.
a '67 Buick Skylark A hint to all parents: You only grad.. I course. In either case, the fee Those interested in joining
uate from high school once. is $10. either group may telephone the
* * * * * * * Directed by Philip H. Fink, South Campus music depart-
There was a very good program on TV last Monday night. music department chairman, ment, 274-1281.
"A Time for Americans-Prejudice and Police." A reminderto
..
all youngsters that it is to your advantage to be very polite / P ib a
to officers of the law. Creative Writing NorthwesternClass
. . . . . . . .
Sheila McDuffie threw a swinging set this past weekend and DIANE TYLER Workshop of 59Northwestern'sclassof'59

everybody's talking of the time' they had. ..Wilberforce Junior Mr. and Mrs Albert Reed 1 On Mondays'from 7:309:30
* * * * * * * of 14801
Jr. SW 107th Ave., the Primary School"C",Cliff
Joe Thomas has returned from (he University of Florida. Miami and class meeting t-
Diana Tyler, a former graduate Mr. Robert L. Matthews, community school will hold a reunion
He is complaining, of sore feet since he had to walk 4 miles of North Dade Junior Odums of 127 SW 8thAve.Del- director will have a Creative on Friday, July 26, 8 p.m.
each day to and from his dormitory to attend. cam "is meet High School, class of 1966and ray Beach, wishes to announcethe !! Writing Workshop, sponsoredby at Culmer Neighborhood Cen-
ings. presently enrolled as a juniorat engagement of their daughter the Cultural Arts Committee ter, 490 NW 11th Street.
* * * * * * * -
Wilberforce University In Liverne, to Sgt. GeorgeR. '! of Mayors Youth Council, A discussion on activitiesand
Congratulations to Janet King, Miami Central Majorette who Wilberforce, Olio. Mobley, son of Mrs. Soph- which will taught by Joe our tenth reunion programwill
has won first chair'in the Viola section at the Eastern Music ronia Smith and grandson of f Judge, advertising copy wxit- be the highlight of the
festival, Guilford College, Greensboro, N C. She sends her Diana is participating In one Mrs. Lillie B. Mobleyot13730Monroe 1 I er, of Bishophric-Green and meeting.All .
regards to all of her friends of the many universities in an Street Miami Feilden All interested teens members of class of'59
* * * * * * * exchange program sponsored are welcome are invited to attend.
45 OF THE WEEK -Give Me One More Chance by Wilmer by Wilberforce University. Laverne was a graduate of r
and the Dukes There, for six weeks, she is George Washington Carver
enrolled at Ob io Wesleyan High School and attended Mi-
ALBUM OF THE WEEK- Stevie Wonders' Greatest Hits by University in Delaware, Ohio. ami Dade Jr. College, where
Stevie Wonder she majored inSpeech
Theropy.Sgt. .

Mobley also a graduate
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f.
of Carver High School is now
Tan !topics ,;.:: : serving with the U, S. Air
Force, and is presently sta-
tioned in London, England.The .

I4t:1 I date of the wedding will 1 l
be announced at a later time.
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Orchestra At Marine Stadium .

"It's Our Bag"0ut of I Round About Conductor-comjKser David A recent survey indicated

Rose will lead the Greater Miami Rose's music was being usedas
Talk Philharmonic pops Or- theme songs for 22 TV pro.
Sight With chestra beginning at 8 p.m.Saturday grams now in syndication or
TeenageTV I July 20 on the floating reruns
BY JIMMY "SCOOP" BETHEL stage of the City of Miami I Tickets for the July 20 con

Marine Stadium. cert are priced at $1.25,$1.75
ViewersMost TALK OF THE TOWN. . The reason Robert Rogers, (Negro -
and tax.
$2.25, including They
rifleman) 31, shot down three Perto Ricans in the Bronx Rose, musical director of
last week and why he felt safer' surrendering to police in Gra- "The Red Skelton Hour,' available atBurdine's,
teenage eyes (and many adult)are focused on TV's ham, North Carolina, July 12 . Roger signed a waiver of "Bonanza," and "High Chap- Jordan Marsh, Allegro Music
Channel MolthythroughFriday,7:00.7:30pmwtenttte: extradition and was returned to New York after a promise of arral,' is best known as the House, the MarineS dtumalrtthe
city's newest and most popular TV program hits the "safe conduct and fair trial" .Rogers plead, "fired in selfdefense" composer of "Holiday for new Philharmonic office,
101 Madeira Coral Gables.
screen. . Baby Doctor BenJ. Speck and his pals, already Strings ,
"IT'S OUR BAG," named by young people, planned by sentenced to two years In prison for conspiracy against the Persons wishing to attend
young people and voiced and presented young people, is draft, still free waiting appeal and continuing fight "against The concert, third in the the concert by boat may purchase -
1 an extension through Channel 2 television of current summer series will tickets in advance at the
community : Vietnam war't . "Gladys Knight and the Pips" had a successful ,
the Dade County Youth The feature some of Rose's own Marine Stadium ur the Philharmonic -
Opportunity Program. programin
I opening at the NY Copa Thursday night.(Singing group=I
whose implementation all Dade government, civic and : consist of a sister,a brother and two cousins) home in Atlanta, compositions and themes from office for $1.25 per
social agencies are involved,consists of three major cate- I Georgia . Ella Fitzgerald (undisputed first lady of song) television shows. passenger.
gorical objectives with imp'eminting: : services: I and jazz master Duke Ellington Monday night gone"TV spec-
((1)) To attain as well as qualify mure young people for ial was really a jazz treat. . "A Gass" . Sidney Pottier
jobs. (the actor) on the "Top ten best dress list . Poitier's latest
(2)) Recreation, Sports and Cultural Arts. movie, "For Love of Ivy" . Lena Horne play the part of
(3)) Education. Richard Widmark's wife in her latest movie,"Patch a Western -
Through Task Force, jobs are sought from'the govern . The Rev. Milton Galamlson pastor of Siloam Presby-
ment and the private sector in two categories: summer terian Church, (militant, Negro fighter for: better schools and t rw Srf
part time and perm: lent. Through the Recreation,Sports education for Blacks) was appointed to New York's Board o! '
and Cultural Arts Program, thousands of young people Education by NY Mayor Lindsay. He vows to fight for changeor i6 N
learn everything from tennis, to swimming\ competition; resign by December and continue fight outside.He was arrested -
begin their creative work toward: the production of a late many times because of school board disputes . Who
summer Black Arts Festival and building Little League is right and who is wrongGunlawl Ask County CommissionerEarl
teams. There are dozens of other activities--camping, Carroll . Scoop . If the government should outlaw
bowling..name it, they're performing 1tI! And of course guns only the outlaws would have guns.. Having a gun is an
education, available through innumerable classes, community American freedom, to protect yourself, your family, your __410_ ___ .'--
schools, vocational training. Actually, everything I homes and your business. You give up your rights to own guns BEATRICE LA: VERNE
in the program (is educational in the sense of opening doors I and before you know "the right to talk,to walk, then a Hitler' YVONNE
to new and wider experiences. I Germany of life.
The basic intent of the program is motivational . to way TEEN TALK AND SOUL MUSIC SURVEY. A note . .
bring a disadvantaged group of young people into a keener I MRS. ROBERT EDGERSON THE PROUDAND THE HAPPY Yes, Little Willie Johns died May 31,in a Walla Walla Wash
awarness of the world around them and to help them want I . Carol City folks are still talking about the "Fabulous Din- ington Prison where he was serving a term for first degree
to qualify themselves in the skills and abilities that can ner Party' givenby Beatrice Edergson last week Sunday nighton murder and buried in Detroit Mich. June 3, his home town.
make it possible for them to make their way out of povertyand her return from New York where she spent three weeks Some of his million selling records,"Fever,"Without Love"
the Black ghetto. resting and seeing medical specialists due to juries she sustained and many others. He helped many entertainers to find fame,
Also a consideration in the method of programming, Is in' a car accident four months ago. She was given an but In his need for help, there was very little. They said he
the Kerner Commission Report. The project follows, its expense paid trip to New York by her two nieces, Yvonne and died of pnemonia but he probably died of a broken heart and
recomtrwadations for a more humane society, with its Laverne Bethel (whom, both are clothes stylist and designer disappointment. He left a wife and three sons. I knew him well
practical objectives of(1)) an enrichment ghetto life and models). They surprised her and baby Ingrid (two year old) . Gloria Jones,first single disc' for Mint, "I know and What
(2) a greater mobility for the Negro to eartrte ever grow with a complete "wardrobe of the latest mod-styles-plus-a you want" moving up on the chart . Elodie Sargant, "Miss
tog numbers take their rightful places (In the mainstream: sizeable check to complete her shopping. They took her to Virgin Islands," a beauty. . This is Scoop Bethel saying,
of Amlfrlcan11fe. many theatres, including the James Brown's Yankee Stadium "Time and Tide" wait for no man. C-U-NX-WK.

"It's Our Bug" is in"magazine"format: somA featuresare I

weekly some bl-mo,1thly, with many "specials". :
Nightly News: In Black & White," with its own added features "eee..0.. ." ._e e.ttt eee-......14e1.......MeliaIroehP, erl7........ue.01 e'......IOU .........
of a Sportscast and"Girl stutt," another Channel "" ; : : '
: ;
2 "first." R
Participants for the many discussion programs are' tw

widely representative of Dade's young Black people . ::,
drawn' from such groups as the Bide County Youth Corps, aY
the Upward Bound Students, the United Black Students at nL
the University of Miami and from the various Youth Cen-
ters in Dade; County, such as Tacolcy. *a
"It's Our Bag" employs tea Neighborhood Youth Corps
.people, giving them n: opportunity[ to help In production
writing, reporting andspeaking.: Inad
from Channel 2PtoJuctlonMaragerAnthonyRiaardt, *
they are being given special: indoctrination by Les Bryan
of the Lindsey Hopkins TV Production Course and will betaken j4)1/%
to visit various comm>rical televisions station in
Miami -
Regular hostess and an exciting ne w television persona- L
lity, is Sylvia Rolle, a Did< County Public School teacher
and music consultant. Co-hosts are guest dics jockeys
from the cooperating radio station WMOM, which carriesan

"It's Our Bag" rebroadcast nightly, 10:30-11:00. 1.J
Executive: Producer and two tinu- McCall Mike Magazine

Winner for public service in television and radio, Bee :. y .J
Baxter is on leave from a Miami advertising agency to Fie o f }rx
serve as Channel 2 Coordinator for the Dale County Youth '
Opportunity Pr.:>gram. Robert H.Stmms,Executive Director -
of the Comidiuiity Relations Board, IsCoordinator for t.ty { :i
the Dade: County Youth Opportunity Program, having assumed ,
over all responsibility for Its coordination with ''S p4ry i
various Dade county groups and organizations Mr.Simrn d ,
and Miss Baxter consult wtth'a Community Advisory Com- I
mittee consisting of Mrs. Audrey Finkelstein, Program : Ii
Chairman, Community\ Television Foundation of South :
II
Florida, Inc.; William A. Wynne, Jr., Director Agency Y:.. / i
Operations of Dide County United Fund; Art Simons,Advertising /
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& Marketing Associates, Inc.; Mrs.AileenLotz, g3sr : I
Assistant to the County Manager, M tro; George Dooley,
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HappeningBy :
." 4 Raymond Thornton, Pro- Mr. William Pierce and Mr.
gram Director of the Carver Tyrone Walton.Thursday.

Garth C. Reeves, Jr. Branch YMCA, in conjunctionwith July 25 from
....... rs. the Roosevelt Office of the 10:30-11:30 a.m., Judo, Fencing
-- - - - --- - - and Karate
First Federal Savings and under the direction
A few weeks ago I had what I consider a pleasure to attend Loan Association, will hold its of Mr.Billy Hall, Miss
traffic school. The one night out of each week seemed to have "Culture Through Play" program Fay Slier and Mr. Wilbur
been worth while at the Roosevelt Office Coleman.

In design, it's reaHy a course that will hip you to the many 6015 NW 7th Avenue from July Friday, July 26 from 10:30:
menaces that await today's drivers. A student will see films 22 through July 26 11:30 a.m.,Children's Choir
and be told various stories concerning highway tragedies.I activities is under the direction of Mr
think that it is a very good idea for beginning drivers to ".;< The schedule Willie Williams and Miss
take this course. The Highway: Patrol manuel doesn't tell as follows: Joyce Champion.
everything. It's only $2 for three weeks. N. Monday, July 22 from 10:30 Friday, July 26 from 4:30:
After completing this course any driver would think twice ll:30am. Modern Dance under 5:30: p.m., Children's Choir
about a lot of things done while driving. ,. the direction of Miss under the direction of Mr.Willie .
,
4-- and Miss Rita
* t < .. Carolyn Tyler Williams and Miss
< Joyce
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r m sure it was double pleasure for the viewers of the Miss "-'( \, ;.. Washington. Champion.
Universe Pageant when Latin lovely Ann Mine Braafheid won I Tuesday, July 23 from 10:30 The Arts and Crafts

first runner-up honors. 1I-( : ;, : \ .. 11:30 a.m. Charm and and Photography Display will
had the pleasure of meeting Miss Curacao and I'm inclinedto fA4.."" ... '' \"\. Modeling under the directionof be held Monday through Saturday
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go along with a lot of other people that this bronze beautywas ,. ," i''t, -, ; : :--;),'\ Miss Louise Riley.Wednesday all day, under the direction
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other talents, she speaks five different languages. Brains and 11/. .., ..s. .10:30 11:30 a.m., Rhythm Walter Mitchell and Mr. Vincent -
beauty. " )' S'" l: Band under the direction o fMDJC Smith.
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Saying hello to Nathaniel Campbell and complimenting James
Boles on a fine column. Both boys write for the Weekly Bulle- Sod Sato off the Wed
tin, a Negro newspaper in Sarasota edited by James Jackson. South To Form
. . . . .. . Our soul sister this week comes from south of the I

Stevie Wonder is tops again. He is tearing down Harry's border. She is Errol Diana Rochester,daughter of Mr. Ork and Chorus
American Showroom at Miami Beach's fabulous Eden Roc. Joseph L. Rochester and Mrs. Gladys Mathews of the
I bad the pleasure of talking to Stevie before the show by Republic of Panama. Errol will be a senior at MIAMI Musicians and vocalists 01 the orchestra Is open to aU
phone and afterwards personally. He is a very down to earth Senior High this fall. She enjoys swimming, tennis and the South Dade area will havean ages. Rehearsals will be held
!fellow and as you can see by his records, he has soul in / cooking in her spare time. After school Errol would outlet for their talents in Wednesday evenings, from 7
,spades. / like to major in science then attend nursing school in two community groups being to 9 p.m., beginning Sept. 4.
*.* * * * * * New York organized at Miami-Dade

Michael Robinson entertained guests with a splash party at ior College South.A Tryouts for instrumental
his fabulous 56th St. home. Bikinis galore. Community Symphony Orchestra soloists are set for Sept.7 and
* * * * * * * and a Community 14 from 9 a.m. to 12 noon, by

Soul sister Betty Wright still finds time out for church. Admirers Chorus will begin rehearsals appointments.The .
can fin:; her at Holy Redeemer's 10 o'clock Sunday ,p.,HH X nSi early in September. Community Chorus,directed
morning mass. Participants may elect to by Forrest McGinley,
e'. * * * ** * * take the class for one college will meet on Sundays at 2 p.m.

Ruby Pace, Cliff Edwards, Rachel, Reeves and Ralph Murray credit hour (in which case they starting Sept. 8.
I t at Harry's American Bar swinging with Stevie Wonder. must apply and register at Rehearsals for both groups
* * * * * * * M-DJC) or as a Continuing will be in the Rehearsal Hall at

Congratulations to Arlethia Williamsscheeningaroundtownin : Education (non credit) M-DJC South.
a '67 Buick Skylark. A hint to all parents: You only grad- course. In either case, the fee Those Interested in joining
uate from high school once. is $10. either group may telephone the
* * * * * * * Directed by Philip H. Fink, South Campus music depart

There was a very good program nn TV last Monday night. music department chairman, ment, 274-1281.
"A Time for Americans-Prejudice and Police." A reminderto t N.
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all youngsters that it is to your advantage to be very politeto '' ..

officers of the law. Creative Writing NorthwesternClass
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Sheila McDuffie threw a swinging set this past weekend and DIANE TYLER I WorkshopOn of 59

everybody's talking of the time they had. ...Wilberforce Junior Mr. and Mrs. Albert Reed Mondays'from7:30- 9:30
* * * * * * * : '
Jr. of 14801 SW 107th Ave., \the Primary Scbool"C" CUff North we stern's class ot 59
Joe Thomas has returned from the University of Florida.He Diana Tyler, a former gra- Miami and Mr. Robert L. ]Matthews will hold a reunion class meeting t.
is of feet since he had to walk 4 miles community school
complaining sore duate Odums of 127SW8thAve.Del- 26 8 .
of North Dade JuniorHigh director will have on Friday, July p.m.at
a Creative
each day to and from his dormitory to attend( cam; is meet School class ray Beach wishes to Center
of 1966and announce i Writing Workshop, sponsoredby Culmer Neighborhood
ings. . . . . . . . presently enrolled as a juniorat the engagement of their daugh-i the Cultural Arts Committee 490 NW 11th Street.
Wilberforce University in ter Liverne, to Sgt. GeorgeR. t of Mayors Youth Council, A discussion on activitiesand
Congratulations to Janet King, Miami Central Majorette who Wilberforce, Ohio. Mobley, son of Mrs. Soph- which will taught byJoe our tenth reunion program
has won first chair'in the Viola section at the Eastern Music ronia Smith and grandson of Judge; advertising writer will be the highlight of the
copy -
festival, Guilford College, Greensboro, N. C. She sends her Diana is participating in one Mrs. Lillie B. Mobley of 13730 of Bishophric-Green and meeting.All .
regards to all of her friends. of the many universities in an Monroe Street Miami. ]Feilden. All interested teens members of class of'59
* * * * * * *
exchange program sponsored are welcome are invited to attend.
45 OF THE WEEK -Give Me One More Chance by Wilmer by Wilberforce University. Laverne was a graduate of
and the Dukes There, for six weeks, she is George Washington Carver 1
enrolled at Oh i o Wesleyan High School and attended Miami

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I I Orchestra At Marine Stadium ..

",,'s Our Bog"0uf of I Round About Conductor-composer David Are c e n t survey indicated

Rose will lead the Greater Miami Rose's music was being usedas
I Talk Philharmonic Pops Or- theme songs for 22 TV programs
Sight With chestra beginning at 8 p.m.Saturday now in syndication or
Teenage I July 20 on the floating reruns
BY JIMMY "SCOOP" BETHEL stage of the City of Miami I Tickets for the July 20 concert

Marine Stadium. are priced at $1.25,$1.75
TV Viewers TALK OF THE TOWN . The reason Robert Rogers, (Ne
and tax. They
$2.25, Including
gro rifleman) 31, shot down three Perto Ricans in the Bronx Rose musical director of
are a vatlable at Burdine's
,
last week and why he felt safer surrendering to police in Gra- "The RedSkelton Hour,
Most teenage eyes (and many adult)are focused on TV's I ham, North Carolina, July 12 . Roger signed a waiver of "Bonanza," and "High Chap- Jordan Marsh:; Allegro Music
Channel 1 2 Moiday through Friday, 7:00-7:30 p.m.when the I extradition and was returned to New York after a promise of arral,' is best known as the House, the Marine Stadiumaiul
city's newest and most popular TV hits the I of "Holiday for the new Philharmonic office,
program "safe conduct and fair trial" ..Rogers plead, "fired in self composer
101 Madeira Coral Gables.
screen. : defense" . Baby Doctor Ben]. Spock and his pals, already Strings ,
"IT'S OUR BAG," named by young people, planned by I sentenced to two years in prison for conspiracy against the Persons wishing to attend
young people and voiced and presented by young people is draft still free waiting appeal and continuing fight "against The concert, third in the the concert by boat may purchase -
I an extension through Channel 2 television of current: summer series will tickets in advance at the
community Vietnam war' . "Gladys Knight and the Pips" had a suc- ,
the Dade County Youth The feature some of Rose'sown Marine Stadium ur the Philharmonic -
Opportunity Program programin
I cessful opening at the NY Copa Thursday night.(Singing group
and themes from office for
compositions $1.25 per
whose implementation all Dade civic and
government consist of a sister,a brother and two cousins) home in Atlanta,
I social agencies are involved,consists of three major cate- Georgia . Ella Fitzgerald (undisputed first lady of song) television shows passenger.
gorical objectives with imp'envsnting services: and Jazz master Duke Ellington Monday night gone"TV spec-
(1) To attain as well as qualify more young people for ial was really a Jazz treat. . "A Gass" . Sidney Poitier
I jobs. (the actor) on the "Top ten best dress list . Poitier's latest
I ((2) Recreation, Sports and Cultural Arts. movie, "For Love of Ivy" . Lena Horne play the part of
(3)) Education. Richard Widmark's wife in her latest movie"Patch,' a Western -
I Through Task Force jobs are sought from the govern- . The Rev. Milton Galamlson,pastor of Siloam Presby-
ment and the private sector in two categories; summer terian Church (militant, Negro fighter for better schools and
part tim and permanent; Through the Recreation Sports education for Blacks) was appointed to New York's Board of
and Cultural Arts Program, thousands of young people Education by NY Mayor Lindsay. He vows to fight for changeor
learn everything from tennis, to swimming competition; resign by December and continue fight outside.He was arrested r
begin their creative work toward the production of a late many times because of school board disputes. . Who
summer Black Arts Festival and building Little League is right and who is wrong?Gun lawl Ask County CommissionerEarl
team There are dozens of other activities--camming,
Carroll . Scoop. . If the government should outlaw
bowling-name it, they're performing itl! And of course guns, only the outlaws would have guns. . Having a gun is an
education, available through innumerable classes, community American freedom, to protect yourself, your family, your
schools, vocational training. Actually, everythingin homes and your business. You give up your rights to own guns BEATRICE LA VERNE
YVONNE
the program educational in the sense of opening doorsto and before you know, "the right to talk,to walk, then a Hitler'
new and wider experiences.The Germany of life
basic intent of the program is motivational. . to way TEEN TALK AND SOUL MUSIC SURVEY. . A note . .
bring a disadvantaged group of young people into a keener MRS ROBERT EDGERSON- PROUDAND THE HAPPY Yes, Little Willie Johns died May 31, in a Walla Walla Wash-
awArness of the world around them and to help them want . Carol City folks are still talking about the "Fabulous Dinner ington Prison where he was serving a term for first degree
to qualify themselves in the skills and abilities that can Party' given by Beatrice Edergson last weekSunday night murder and buried in Detroit Mich. June 3, his home town.
make it possible for them to make their way out of poverty on her return from New York where she spent three weeks Some of his million selling records,"Fever,"Without Love"
and the Black ghetto. resting and seeing medical specialists due to Juries she sustained and many others. He helped many entertainers to find tame,
Also a consideration in the method of programming,is in a car accident four months ago. She was given an but in his need for help, there was very little. They said he
the Kerner Commission Report. The project follows, its expense paid trip to New York by her two nieces, Yvonne and died of pnemunia, but he probably died of a broken heart and
recommendations for a more humane society, with its Laverne Bethel (whom, both are clothes stylist and designer disappointment. He left a wife and three soaS.1 knew him well
practical objectives of(1)) an enrichment\ of ghetto life and models). They surprised her and baby Ingrid(two year old) . Gloria Jones,first single disc' for Mint, "I know and What
(2)) a grea mobility for the Negro to enable ever growing with a complete "wardrobe of the latest mod-styles-plus-a you want" moving up on the chart . Elodie Sargant, "Miss
numbers take their rightful places In the malnstre-im. sizeable check to complete her shopping. They took her to Virgin Islands," a beauty. . This is Scoop Bethel saying,
of Am "icanlite. many theatres, including the James Brown's Yankee Stadium "Time and Tide" wait for no man. C-U-NX-WK.

"It's Our Bag" is In"migaztne" format:somA features

are weekly, some bi-moathly, with many "s p e c t a I s".
Nightly "New-: in Black & White," with its own added features "....,10.... ..."...... ...........................-,.",....," OaP hl 111eoue...71 ee.....ou OOrew.
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of a Sportscast and"G ir I Stuff," another Channel
2 "first." ; 1\0',

Participants for the ma ny discussion programs are' ', Mr
widely representative of Dide's young Black people .
drawn from such groups as the Dade County Youth Corps,
the Upward Bound Students, the United Black Students at
the University of Miami and from IhevariousYouth Cen-

ters in Dade County, such as TacoJcy. }>i <
"It's Our Bag" employs ten Neighborhood Youth Corps ,
.people, giving them :.n opportunity to help In production,
writing, reporting andspeaking. lnadditlontothelrcoih-
log from CI1.\nP.1' 2 Pro-lmUion M .]: agerAnthony Riclardi, a"$ w.
they are being given special indoctrination by Les Bryan ; $ *
of the Lindsay Hopkins TV Production' Course and will betaken
to visit various comm rrical televisions station in
Miami
Regular hostess and an exciting new television persona-
lity, is Sylvia Rolle, a Did County Public School teacher
and music consultant. Co-hosts are guest dies jockeys
from the cooperating radio station WMBM,which carriesan ,

"It's Our Bag" rebroadcast nightly, 10:30-11:00. Y'f }
Executive Producer two tim McCall Mike Magazine
Winner for public service in television and radio, Bee .j
Baxter: is on leave from a Miami advertising agency to
serve as Channel 2 Coordinator for the County Youth ::4w'd: .
Opportunity Program Robert H, Simms, Executive Director -
of the Community Relations Board, Coordinator for ;j
the Dade County Youth Opportunity Program, having assumed 4 xS
over all responsibility for its coordination with 'pN> I ( j
various Dade county groups and organizations. Mr.Sinuns
f
and Miss Baxter consult wttlfa Community Advisory Com.

I mittee consisting of Mrs. Audrey Finkelsteln, Program
Chairman, Community Television Foundation of South I

Florida, Inc; William A. Wynne. Jr.,Director of Agency
Operations of Dade County United Fund; Art Simons,Advertising -
& Marketing Associates, Inc; Mrs.AileenLotz, I
Assistant to the County Manager M tro; George Dooley,
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I Napoleon. Reed, Jimmy Mosby and Jeff Addams On Stars Over Miami I Ij


"Stars Over Miami" ama-
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teur talent contest which fea-
tured Broadway star Napoleon 4L _.
Reed at Vlrrick Park July IS
'
.! will host singers Jimmy
Mosby and Jeff Addams at
Dixie Park July 17 and Minor
Park July 19, respectively.

Amateur winners at Virrick
Park were Mary Ha 11,17,
Coral Gables High;the Ocean- t E rr,
liners band, ages 14-18, of
Mays and Killian high schools; ;
and Gail and Sherrif Byrd, nine r .
and ten year old dancers of.. r ."
Tucker Elementary.

Tied for first place at Manor -
e Park ware Mike and the
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Soulsters of McArthur High'''
and the Pepperetts of North
Dade Jr. High. Fannie Givens,
11, of Dunbar Elementary: took
second place and the Factels
band placed third. Margie
Hendrix and the Original Drifters

: %n were guest stars. --'-"'-- -. -- ----........... -_.-... --_..........---...
At Dixie park, Stevie Won-
der, the talented star of the Mary Hall, 17, Coral Gables High School, and winfl
er of the Virrick Park "Stars.
Over Miami Show" MiaM
Eden Rock show, was guest artist -
mi-Metro News
Division Photo.
and the Shevrons 11 piece
band and singer; Edward Ful-
ler, 14, and Connie Smith, 17,

",r., took amateur: honors. Hearing On New Trial
t. 4J' m ar Amateur winners will be
v. seen on WTHS-TV, Channel 2

rpp ; .r. ., every Thursday at 7 p.m.,and For Richardson SetA
r .. will compete> at MiamiStadium
-- 77 : .". ; .._ August 24 for all
::._ ,: :,> : < an expense
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.. .' .< .t.;< !ra 'tt" trip to New York and auditions hearing date of Aug.was:
<"'
",, ___ i.. "' on the Ted Mack Amateur scheduled in Arcadia Mondayon
'W -- -
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Hour. motion for a new trial for
Jimmy Roma, "The man with the golden arm", dances with Cathy Hinson of The public is invited to the 'itinerant fruit picker James

I Allapattah Junior High School, during his appearance at Dixie Park's '"Stars Over free shows beginning at 7:30 Richardson, convicted of the
of his
parathion poisoning
Miami Show". Miami'Metro News Division photo. p.m. each Monday at Virrick eight-year-old a
Park, 3580 Day Ave., Coconut step-daughter.
Grove Richardson was convicted of
; Wednesday at Dixie
Park, 401 NW 12th St., and first 'degree murder at Fort
Friday at Manor Park, 1300 Myers1 M.iy 31. He is on death
row at the state prisonatRaIford. -
NW 50th St.
A 44-point motion for a
new trial was filed June 17 in
HiT
Fort m
Myers.
; "-
Happy birthday to Betty The hearing on the motion of seven small children died
Glssendaner of Usher Board
will be before Circuit Court at their Arcadia home Oct. 24 I"
n1 % N NQ. 3 of St. James Church. Judge John J. Justice, whoalso after eating a noon mal laced
was the trial Judge. A total with, the deadly InSecticide.'I

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National Black Power I OES Youth I r O.B.C.A.: NewsThe 1 :j

.
Conference In Philly Grand Session n National Beauty Culturists made by Mrs. Juanita W. merce. The 1969 Convection f
League, Inc., will convene Saunders, executive secretary will be blast and a"must at'
Events Held In Atlanta, Georgia July State Board of Cosmetology( tend for all cosmetologists
August 29The 28, August 8. The Institute the opening session of the 29th
Pomona Park, Fla.- The of cosmelo'ogy( will begin on annual convention of the O. The Orange Blossom Cos-
Third National Conference on Black Power will be Fourth Grand Session of the Sunday, July 28, graduation BC.A metologlsts' Association is on
held in Philadelphia from August 29 to September 1, it Youth Department of Beth- Sunday, August 4, the convention the forward move "Link Up
was announced at the Church of the Advocate (18th and lehem Grand Chapter of the starts August 5-8. Con- The Orange Blossom Cos With Us."
Diamond Streets) in the heart of Philadelphia's blackcom- Order of Eastern Star,Florida vention headquarters:Regency metologists' Association: Mrs. Catblean B, Ross, is
munity. Jurisdiction. Prince Hall Affiliation Hyatt House, Peichtree Center lute" the State Board of Cosmetology president.
Dr. Nathan Wright,Chairman of the Continuations Com was held June 2829at Dr. Katie Whickam, for their interest and
mittee of the National Conference on Black Power said the C. B. Nelson Daniel's president. cooperation in the aims and
Philadelphia was chosen because of a warm invitation,from Gift of Love. The attendancewas ideals of the association. "Any wh.r. In the world
,ouIIt.t to go"
that city's Council of Black Clergy which had been strongly larger than ever. There
urged by the large sements of the black community to were over four hundred young Mrs. R. Louise Bassey, of Mrs. Louise Dupree and ncKmt ccsrNOMO&EAT
host the conference. people. While there they had Orlando is the State contestantin members of Unit# 37 and Mrs.
Also attending the press conference were the four other the opportunity of displaying the "Miss Institute' contest Mary George president of
members of the Continuations Committee who will be Vice their best talent. These young and Mrs Elizabeth Miinor Chapter No. 2 of the Shop Own-
Chairmen for specific areas of administrative responsi- people are supervised by the of St. Petersburg delegate. ers Guild,of Cocoa have started TZAYEL 8//2UU
bility and program planning for the Conference: Omar best senior members. We are preparations to host the
Ahmed and Isiah Robinson of New York City;Ron Karengaof inviting all young girls and 1969 session of the OBCA The "Your Neighborhood Trawl
Los Angeles and Chuck boys who are looking to the upward State president have received Agent."
Stone of Washington, D. C. Due to the action of the leg-
The "Philadelphia Host Committee" which will be responsible trend in life to join us. islative committee of the Or- official letters of "welcome" A. near to you as your
for arrangements include: Rev. Lorenzo Shep- ange Blossom Cosmetolo from the Honorable Mayors of talophono.. Give u. a call.
ard, Chairman of the Council of Black Clergy;Rev. James gists' Association the letter Cocoa and Cocoa Beach, also Wo dolivor. 1104 NW 3rd
SEWING MACHINE letter FR 9-8451. Chat. C.
a from (be nuuiger of Av
"C' will be deleted from the
Woodruff of the SPECIAL .
Council of Black Clergy; Walter Palmerof the convention and visitors North, M.o..r.Young
the the Black Peoples Unity Movement; David Richardsonof 3 DAYS ONLYWe 1968 -. Tie 69 Cosmetologists'announcement w\s license bureau, Chamber: of com
Young Afro-A mericans
;Rev.Paul Washington,pas
tor of the Church of the Advocate;Andrew Freeman, executive will clean
director of the Philadelphia Urban League; Lee eel and adjust rr
Montgomery of the Center for Community Studies of machine any sewing re* ggc
Temple University; and Plathel Benjamin,a black consul- Cardlessofageor
tant. condition ,

The theme of this Third National Conference on Black ;
l CALL
Power will be: "BlackSelf-Determinationand Black Unity
Through Direct Action." 685-1564
There have been two previous National Conferences on .

Black Power. The first, convened by Rep. Adam Clayton HAIR DOESN'T GROW*
Powell, was held September 3, 1966 in Washington, D. C. I aI
The second, convened by the Continuations Committee, Lii '
was 1967.held in Newark, New Jersery from July 20 to July 23,

"This Third Conference will deal with methods, tech-
niques and strategy," said Dr. Wright, "toforge a black I
nation in though, experience and commitment by doing
three things:
((1) unifying all black brothers and sister at all levels,
particularly in the ghetto;
((2)) programming a series of methods and strategy for
black people to use in their communities; and r
((3)) mobilizing black people to resist the increasing
genocidal tendencies of American society." 1732 A/i-Bdbd/ Ave. Phone 681-2451;

The Conference will consider a wide range different t
Funeral Home & Staff the honor of
programs and divergentapproachesto"BlackSelfDetermination M 4 request ,. your presence at the ,
and Black Unity through Direct Action." f
Among these will be: A Black Nation: A State or Stateof Dedication and Open House :
Mind?; Black Economic Control of BlackCommunities;
Black Labor Unions Third Black Party or a Third Black
Independent Political Force; Black Cultural Unity In the CeremoniesSunday :
Arts; Developing a Black Press and Black Communications ,ir-A'sk. *
Media; Black Education In Black Schools and Black
Curriculum in White Schools; Black Students in Black drug S't f afternoon, July 21, 1968
Schools and White Schools; Formation of a Black Militia; .
A Black Foreign Policy; and the Fostering of Black Unityat '' 1 Time: 4.6 ;
the International Level. \ ; V jj p.m.
Add
Temple
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The keynote speakers, the chairmen of the various seminars Willie L. Young Susie M. Young, Manager
and the co-ordinators for the Conference will be
Owner Licensed FuneralDirector and Embalmer
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THEMIAMI T1WES. Friday July 19.. 196fr 17


I A Community College Becomes Involved I

Miami Daae junior college -
North andSouth campuses .
have become involved ina X A '

Youth Opportunity Program;
sponsored by the Community
Relations Board and the Miy-
or's Youth Council, under the
direction ofBobSimmsandEssie
Silva has provided a '
matchle, coordination of 't'f
.
community. resources for rec-
reation. All county agenciesare
working toward acommun
goal: that of providing a rec- a t
reation program suited to
meet the needs of our young
people
Miami-Dade Junior Col- .
lege istremendoaslyconcern-
ed with this program. Twy -F

full timt faculty members,
Carrie Davis Meek and Frank
Thurber are coordinating the
program. Forty Junior College -
students are working full-
time as recreation aides in a
program that Includes every-

thing from !gymnastic to cultural ll .eK ,.,. & f 1yr
A
Enrichment.:
Tennis instruction is being
offered at Manor Park daily
from 10:00: a.m. to 12 noon and
at Moore Park from 3 to 7 p.m.
Barbara Speights, a graduateof A a
Miami Northwestern Senior
High School and Mike Ketgh-
i
ley, National Junior College
Doubles Champion 1966,are
teaching tennis.
Barbara Kercheval, fen-
cing coach is conducting a
Fencing Clinic at Allapattah
Junior High School on Tues
days and Thursdays at 12:30 .,: aq
: 4 o-4
p.m.Ten v fY .
y urA
Girls' Softball teams # a? ?
compete against each other oa :
Mondays and Wednesdays of
each week. This slow-pitch
Softball league is named for
Thomas "Slim Bannister,"
veteran sportsman. for the interest -
be has shown in girls'
sports over the years;
According to Carrie Meek,
the Program Coordinator, Mi- 1
ami Dade Junior College is. s
endeavoring to achieve bal- l
ance and variety in its activ- '
ity offer ings and the entire
Dade County Community 1 \e f fS
should extend a hearty"Thank '
i" ;
You' to Essie Silva and the v
Community Relations Board
for making such a program

possible t
For 1 further informationabout
this progra.rn.contact :
Carrie Meet at Miami-Dade
Jr College 685-4582.

W. /

What's Happeningat


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Community :
A .. .
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SchoolMr.

M. L, Bannermnn,principal f J wb.
Mr. James Fayson, director 5r
the staff and students *** '

have agreed on for six major our com responsibilities I, F' rr/1+ ;';4i; ; #f7'

munity school program. They
are as follows: (1)) Responsibilities : .
to the boys and girls; i L IS it '

((2)) responsibilities to the par- 5.5 .5 "' ,
ents; (3)) responsibilities to .r S- v : r

our school(4)toourcommmity ) -
; (5) to our profession, and
(6) to ourselves. 4,
The Softball team "A" division I' :_.rr 4S.) *
was defeated by Ada 4/
Merritt last but i{
on Tuesday I e rf t
A vk ff .
made victory stew out of Primary s 'tk r

"C' on the following ; ,
Wednesday. The Brownsville
girl's team won by default S
Brownsville. Ping pong team /, f 1 1H
defeated Allapattah in a six k
'
game series.: Volleyball tournimeit k -
play begins this weal f ,
on the outdoor courts at : i 1 1i
Brownsville: at 7 p.m. Mo-ioUy.
A talent show was presented .a< !
i
..
in the auditorium in Monday p
;
July 15 at 830; p.m
In the cafeteria the projector ) iA.
was in focus to view all of $
the Miami Northwestern con-
ference football games for the
1967 season.




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BlaCk Businessmen



Must Unite Linds1eyLttmber



To SeizeOpportunities Deacon's Knotty !rosa STUB HARDWOOD

STORAGE l CHAn
30-111.I STOOL

Early NO. 100 ;
American idea
for you! Finishnatural Finish this II II 1''
or natural.paint i
Berkeley G. Burrell, the and transmit the skills to man or an smoothly sanded ii
President of the National age and control capital." tiqu it. So ''I ,
bar stool to match i
Business League, the 68-year Burrell's organization na- practical for decor. Built I
your
storing things
old business development as- tionally, he pointed out, is is- 3 to last ( I
soicate founded by Booker T. torically and traditionally the Reg. J21.95 A # I'' 11 111
Washington, in a speech in De- only organized voice of mi- 93: IN STOCK REG. $4.49

troit called on black businessmen nority businessmen. Today //1
to unite to seize the op- foundations, government and
portunities now being presented corporations value NBL more
to them particularly by government and more as a vehicle to start
financed redevelopment cooperative training and economic
of the inner city. development projectsas
Speaking at the Annual Ban- well as straight business
quet of the Booker T.Washington deals with minority businessmen. -

Business Association, one To train minority entrepreneurs -
of the strongest groups in the NBL operates pro-
53 chapter league, Burrell ject outreach in 13 cities coast
criticized the job development to coast under a half million
approach as insufficient, both dollar subsidy by the Office of "TROPICANA LAUAN"Prefinished "Feather Lite" Snow White

because it may not be creating Economic Opportunity and
new jobs and because it does Economic Development Ad- INSULATION BOARD
not give the indigenous ghetto ministration.
resident piece ofthesys- Among NBL's most recent PANELING t
te m. "Corporations should successes were the funding of 4x8FT.3/16-IN. p 4X8-FOOT, V4 -IN. THICK

make joint ventures with black projects to aid dislocated minority '
businessmen." Unless they do businesses in Nash- Factory fill,,,,. '. sty- An excellent wall board
we "let corporations estab- ville, and to study and designan till raftdo grooved pattern 1 and wonderful for display
lish new concrete plantationsin internship program for sravldts II little Q M work. May be installed
our inner city," he said. management trainees for backjrtind all types 0 with nails or adhenives.
Cuts with knife or SAwl!
As for "come lately alleg- Small Business Administration. .f ROIl SItU.... p 0
edly militant blacks seeking a "We have now demon- REG. $3.20
new identity" Burrell refer- strated capability and public
red to Booker T.Washington'sview acceptance. "We need more
that "for community to organization nationally and locally -
be strong, it had to produceand to help us seize the developing -
trade in the market: place, opportunities that are
to learn the rules and acquirethe ours on the new urban economic
skills and tools of the game frontier."

and remain competitive.. NBL, with Outreach man-
He charged further that the agement training programs,is
unconstructive black militant working at the grass roots

political position, though educational problems. At the
"loudly proclaimed" is "fi- same time, Burrell urged that
nally weak and transient because the problem of equity capitalbe '
it has no cutting edge to addressed both through the BED BOARDS
"JD'y" SHELF KIT
obtain a slice of the economic NBL Vehicle, the newly chart-
system." ered Boo k e r T. Washington YOU NEED QUALITY in a bed board!
He called for both would be"colonizers" Foundation and through were You "need H-inch thickness.
4-FT. HIGH 3-FT.WIDE ..,.
and alleged massive public use of Negro
"m 11 Ita n y s" to "join with banks, savings and loan associations 30 by 469
businessmen and work in and and m o r t g a g e com- YOU liS'in.GET 3.h.choice: 8-p i.ca spruce of 60-in. $411

for the programs that create panies. shelf boards, 2-pi iec.s.
8in. wide, 4ft. high 38 by
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Young's Society Speech



The appeal by Urban League raises large difficulties,
director Whitney M.Young Jr. practical and constitutional(in
for an"OpeD Society' which that it seemingly would deny
black Americans could enjoy to whites choices that it grantsto

the best of both worlds, has blacks, reversing our his-
been applauded in an editorialby toric process of denial.)
the New Republic magazine.The "But we are moving toward
independent weekly something of the sort,particularly -
Journal of opinion hailed in cities where blacks
Young's appeal as "a chal- are or soon will be in the ma- Linds1eyLumberMIAMIDADE
lenging, promising prospect." jority. That prospect is not
In his address to the national frightening when looked atc
CORE convention in Colum- aim I y. It is challenging,

bus, 0., Young was cheered by promising." STORES

black separatists who shouted The editorial concludes with Open Sundays till 2 P.M. Lindsley-RBC

"the brother has come home" an affirmation of the need for 1635 N.W.28th St.-Ph. 6354511 Stores alsolocated )
3505 N.W.79th Street-Ph.696-2810
during his address. But, the integration with these words: N.W.7th Ave.& 127th St._Ph.681.7471 2160 S.W.27th Ave.Ph..443-7432
New Republic points out, "Integration is a fact and a N.W.27th A..at 179th St..-Pit 6210544 812 S.W. 12th Ave.-Ph. 374-5108 in:
Young not only called upon widening fact -- in schools,in 14300 N.W.27th Ave.-688-6523 HIAIEAH:1295W.49thSt.-Ph.821-2150 401 NE. 167th St.-Ph.949-3537 .
black citizens to build 8820 Bird Road-221-8311 Key.West ((2 Starts)
up,gov- the armed forces, on factory 4300 Ponce de Icon:" Ph. 443-7461 PERRINL S. Dixie Hwy.Ph..238-5535
ern, and control their own floors and in corporate and 496 N.E. 79th St._Ph. 757-4571 HOMESTEAD 632 Washington Ave.-Ph.247-6813 I IslamoradaTrovtrnler
communities but he also called offices, In hous- t. Dixie ludlam Road-Ph. 661.1672 MIAMI STORES BELOW. CLOUD SUNDAYS
for continued of government 5891 $.Dixie Hwy.-.661-5361 660 N.t 96th St.Ph..759-2431 Fort Pierce
integration ing, even in many white sub- 3817 N.W.17th Ave.-Ph.633-8218 16160 Biscayne Blvd.-Ph.947-4711
white communities. segregation Cocoa
urbs. Mandatory ,
"Like Roy Wilkins of the sanctified and enforced by law, BROWARD COUNTY STORES Open Sundays till 2 P.M. Daytona Beach -a

NAACP, Mr. Young rejectedthe is an evil, and it is an evil that 'W. HOLLYWOOD: 1800 N.State Road 7Ph..989-6850 FT.LAUDERDALE:219 N.W.1st Ave.-.522.7411 Tampa ((5 Starts)
HOLLYWOOD:801 f.21 Ave.-Ph.922.5624 POMPANO BEACH 142 S.W.Ist Ave.-.942-0900
of Largo
separatist fantasy geographical is receding into the American OAKLAND PARK: 1099 Oakland Park Blvd.-Ph.565-6761 *FT.LAUDERDALE: 800 M.L 3rd Ave.-Ph.522-2572
apartheid He look- past. FT. LAUDERDALE:2900 W. Broward Blvd.-Ph.581.3900 *(FT. UUOCROAIC STORE CLOSED SUNDAY) Pintllos, ParkSt.
ed forward not to two exclu- Petersburg
sive communities co-existing "To deny the meaning and EXPORT DIVISIONS ROOF TRUSS PLANT

In sulle n suspicion,but toward the potential of that huge fact, MIAMI: 1635 M.W.28th$t.-Ph.J34J103 MIAMI.- 14300 N.W.27th A.I.-8880553kT4q7IJ'i)
to turn from integration as the
an'open in which
society'

blacks life would in have their a choice own com-between proper munity goal because of American total integra-com- NO MONEY DOWN}

is unattainable now and
tion
munities, and would have full i
forever is to surrender -
opportunity to learn and work perhaps ,
all that has been won and (
and rise in both communities BUY NOW
to succumb to the real illusion
The New Republic edi-
torial explained. that we as a people, white and

You n g' s Open Society," black, are irreconcilable and"
the no longer need one another.
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22 THE MIAMI TIMES 19 1968
Friday, July . ___
IN MEMORIAMIn RANGE FRANCIS

Rev. William M. Johnson of

CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS I IIN --"-loving...xre .memory of . 2659 NW 50th St. died July 15.
, He is survived by his widow
Margaret Ann; twosons James

McCoy and Lifayette Johnson;
Annie Gunter a
daughter ;
CARD OF THANKSThe CARD OF THANKSThe MEMORIAMIn sister, three brothers.Ser

family of the late vices incomplete.
loving ofALICE are
family of the late memory
REGINA BATH .d n .. James G. Booth of 1370 NW 4Mra.
65th Ter., died July 12. He is
Who departed this life June
survived by his mother Lillie;
21, 1968, acknowledge with
grateful appreciation all actso a son Larry; twodaughtersSandra
, brother
and Stacie a
? kindness shown in the ;
us ._
in-
are _
Arrangements ---
F w ', n form of cards, letters, tele- Ralph.

grams, florals, during our re* II.. ...... complete.Mrs. Cor jne Chapman of 245
.... -
cent beravement. r'U Melvin Romer of7928 NW 11th St., Apt. 17,died July
May God bless all of you. MR. MACK STROMANwho NW 14th Ct., died July ll.She 12 at her home Services will
departed this life July 21, is survived by her husband Albert be held Satrday, July 20, 2

Mrs. R Sampson, 1967. ; three daughters Viola, p.m. at St.John Baptist Church
grandmother Rest eternal grant unto him Carrie and Dorothy.Arrange- Rev. Theodford Johnson, of-

Mrs. Doris Bain, mother and a oh Lord, and may light perpetual ments are incomplete ficiating. Remains will repose

family .._......11'" .-...._-,..t-i I shine upon him. Ernest Forman of2290Service in the chapel beginning at 12

M. MATTHEWSwho Rosa Stroman wife Rd., Opa-locka, diedJuly noon on Fridayuntil9amSa-
at beginning
turday St.John Baptist
CARD OF THANKS departed this life July Rose McNeal, stepdaughterVera 14. He is survived by his wife 10 a.m. Saturday until,
21 1967A Rose and other relatives.Arrangements -
The family of the lateDODY Washington, step- funeral tim*. Survivors include -
precious one from us Is are incomplete.Mrs. .
goneA and
SP 4-R CLYDE McGRIFF ,. " daughter Family one daughter Mi': ry Coak-
voice love is stilledA
would like to express their IF < we Eloise Bradley of 5200 ley; one son..InIaw Thomas;
heartfelt thanks for the many place is vacant in our home A THANK YOU CARDThe NW 20th Ave., died July 13. one daughter-in-law Eliza
thoughtful and kind acts shown which never can be filled She is survived by her husband beth.
family of the late
we loved you Alice but Gloved
them daring the period follow Arthur; a mother Gladys Wil-
you best. JAMES BARNES son other relatives. Services
fng his untimely death. We ;
would like especially to thank wishes to express its thanks, will be held Friday July 19, at; RAHMINGS

Rev. W. K.Smith,and the choirof P The Family appreciation and heartfelt 1:00: p.m.in thechapei. Final Rev. James A. Poitier of
gratitude to all kind friends, rites will be held in Nassau
,
Greater New Bethel Baptist 1756 NW 1st Place, pastor of
Church, the host of friends, CARD OF THANKSThe neighbors and well-wishers N. P. the National Spiritual Churchof
who were so thoughtful and
and relatives for the many family of the late Truth and Science Inc., 234
cards and considerate during our recent Mrs. Bessie Walker of 4224
flowers received. NW 8th Street, died July 13 at
For God so loved the world, MRS. EVA F. GIBSON bereavement. NW 31st Ave., died July 15.She home. He leaves a wife Princess -
that he gave his only begotten wishes to thank the many Especially do we wish to ex- is survived by a daughter Ella Louise; one son Thaddeusone

; son, that whosoever believeth r ; j"f friends and relatives for kind tend our deep appreciation to White; four sisters Dolly Harrison daughter Emily, and other
in Him should not perish but I ness and words of consolation! the House of Albert Funeral Mary Shef toll, Janie relatives. Remains were ship

have everlasting life. during our hour of bereave Home and its efficient staff, Barnes andNevelynFervy; ped to Nassau for final rites.
CURT ment. Rev. and Mrs.Jar ius Dunn and three brothers James, Henry,

Mr. and Mrs. Issac Moore Dody Curtis Our special thanks to Tern- Drake Memorial Baptist and Luther Wright. Arrange- Mrs. Matilda J. Gouldine of

mother and father, and a wish to take time out to thank i pie Baptist Church, Rev. Church for services rendered.Our ments are incomplete. 210 NW 16 St., Apt. 6 died in
the friends and Smith Miami House- prayers go out to all of
many neigh- Joseph Jackson Hospital July 11. She
host of relatives. bors for their kindness shown, hold of Ruth $5836, Grand you, and may each of you receive Nathaniel Bryant Fisher of leaves two daughters Mrs.

during our hour of sorrow., United Order of Pallbearer of God's most precious 4320 NW 31st Ave. died July Margurlte Hodge and Mrs.

Special tLthanks to St,. .America No.2, the Shear- blessings. 9. He Is survived by his mother Jane Mae Hart; ten grandchildren
CARD OF THANKS Matthews Bapt. Church, First.t: nun Apartments 15 Ave. and Thanks and thanks again. Mae Ola; a son Gregory;a brother and two great grandchildren

Faith Cathedral and Range i I 71 St., the staff of M. H.Rabm- Foyea ; two sisters De- ; six brothers. Ser-
; LARRY JAMES JONES Funeral Home ing Funeral home for the ef- The FamilyIN lores and Gloria Jean; two vices were held Wednesday at

Grateful acknowledgements of ficient service. aunts, three uncles. Serviceswere Israel P. B. Church.

i appreciation to everyone for ,Thelma Curtis, wife APPRECIATIONTo held Saturday, July 13 In
: all acts of kindness shown us in 'Evelyn Curtis, daughterand Nellie Taylor and family the Church of the Living God, David Buffington, 236NW 17

the form of cards, letters, famUy'IN my many friends, rela- Pillar, Ground and Truth. St., died July 11. He is survived -

a telegrams and florals duringour IN MEMORIAMIn tives, and neighbors, for their by his wife Dorothy M,,
recent beravent. Wordsare MEMORIAMIn cards, gifts and donations during Mrs. Julia Ann Jakes of and other relatives. Arrangements

inadequate to express our loving memory of our my recent distress period. 15620 NW 156th St., Rd., died are incomplete.
feelings. memory ofVICTORIA dear mother Special thanks to the Rector, July 10. She is survived by a
Father Staffard Sweeting, and son George Lakes seven
;
Special thanks to the Doctors \ \ )
ESTHER MOXIE
------ officers
and members of the daughters Lydia Be rrle,
Nurses and staff of Jackson \ who departed this life April 28, Church of Christ the King Sarah Goff, Readell Burke, NEVER FORGETFool

Memorial Hospital Drew I 1949, and our sisterS African Orthodox. Your wordsof Katherine Williams, Eloise
Junior School Orchard !
high
,
y consolation meant so muchto Gray, Ernestine Howard and
Villa ElementarySchoolfriends me. May: God bless each and Willie Pearl Greene; twobro- Never forget
neighbors, Rev. TC. Hunger and thirst
everyone of you. thers, two sisters Finalrites
Kelly, pastor, St. Paul A.M.E Love and hate
were held in Rincon Ga.
Church and and boy and girlMarriage
Congreation, '
Mrs. Marie Edey and daughter -
the Range Funeral Home. :: : and divorceFantastic
1i'i :
James L, Stuard of 2171 NW

May God continue to bless .J.Jt : 57th St., died July 10. He is

each one of you. r BAIN'S survived by his wife Loveta;
a son Kenneth; his mother
'
The FamilyIN t \_' :Lt.. Pi.w" t 1 Alexander Lane, prominent Evelyn Blackan; a father Wig
local business man, who livedat Robert. Services will be held

PERPALLwho 3451 Florida Ave ,vas fun- Saturday, July 20, at 4 p.m. in Restyles at the
MEMORIAMIn departed this life July 17, 1 4' eralized Monday from GreaterSt. First Baptist Church.
1967. Paul A ME. Survivors include flick of a comb!

everlasting memory of REBECCA MACKEYwho his wife Mary; one Leroy Sheffield of 1787 All

our mother and grandmother Sweet are the memories that departed this life July 18, daughter Phyllis; two sisters; Baba Ave., died July 15. He Is
never fade. 1966. two brothers. survived by his wife Fannie

Of one we 1 loved, but could "Sweet are the memories that John Wesley Baker, of 210 Mae; a daughter Aldrena; two

never save. never fade Washington Dr., died July 10, sisters Fannie McCray and rl
Gone, but not forgotten. Of ones we loved, but could at Jackson Hospital. Remains Carolyn Sheffield; two bro

never save.' were shipped Easton, Mary- thers Charlie and ArnoldSheffield. -
Violet Wilson and Rosina Gone, but not forgotten.The land. Surviving are 7 sisters Arrangements are incomplete i

Sands, daughters FamilyIN and brothers including Willie r.
>
Grandchildren and familyIN Baker of Coral Gables. L !

John D. Shaw of 6333 NW24 1
Mannle Brown of 521 SW 12 Place, died July 13.He is survived '- hz'' 1e
MEMORIAMIn MEMORIAMIn
St., Homestead died July 13 at by a sister Leola Brown i\' p

Jackson Hospital. He Is survived and other relatives. Servives
loving memory of loving memory of by his wife Geneva; four were: held Thursday, July 18 at

-.....-. ANNA BODIE children; one brother Befor- 4 p.m. in Mt. Calvary Baptist keepshape
dus nieces and nephew including Church.

-. "'- ---,._-_ vt who 1965.departed this life July 15, ; Col. Joseph I. Brown FASHION WIGS i iI
of Cutler Ridge. Remains will I
MRS. EVERLENA
she in & FALLS
: rest
CRAWFORDwho May peace. be shipped to Mississippi. Water: : Jert3rsonot357'iHiblson "

St., Coconut Grove died by
jst1
departed this life July 22, The FamilyIN Services for Samuel J. July 15 at Jackson Hospital I

1967.A { Crocker were held Tuesday He is survived by his wife )
precious one from us is goneA I MEMORIAMIn 1:30: from Morningstar: Bap- Addle; one daughter Earnes-
voice we love is still. tist Church in Princeton.He is tine Williams Miracle! Wig Needs no
one son Reuben
;
A place is vacant in or home! sad but loving memory of survived by four sons; two five grandchildren three sisters no setting, no

Which never can be filled. BENJAMIN BULLARDwho daughters and other relatives. one b rot her Services rolling! Perm an ent Iy

For the one we so dearly love departed this life July 22, Roy Passmnre of 1014 SW will be held Saturday at 3 waved and curled. Just
has forever passed away I 1953. 7th St., Homestead died July from Saint M3 ry's BapUstChjrch p.m.i wash and wearl) 23 colors.
A _I '
1 Gone, but not forgotten 12 at the Jam*: Archer Smith Repose after 3 p.m.

r The Family: MRS. ZULA MAE BLAIR Hospital. Surviving are five Friday in th chapel,
Mrs. Fleta Pettier Alice Bullard, wife brothers one sister six DORETHA PAYNE
who departed. this life August ; Infant
Boy Sims 35J SW 5th
: ,
Mr3. Pearline Chambers 10, 1967. Norman, Clifford and William aunts, twu uncles] and other St., Homestead, son of Mrs. 2020 NW 77th Street
Mrs Arlena Wright sons relatives. Remains Phone:696.3578
will
r Gone, but not forgotten. be Alice Sims Buried July 12 in
I Mr. Albert Crawford Louise Thomas and MereleneBoston > shipped to Thoma*on, Ga.for Paradise Menoi-ia) Ceme-
r daughters
and grandchildren. Deacon J. B. Blair,husband burial tel). ..
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63rd Street, South Miami, who models the fur she received from the radio station for
I answering her telephone "think mink". At right Mrs. Victoria Barry of 1800 NW 91st 1 1With
Street is bussed by her husband as she models the fur she received. WRIZ awarded
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GARY, IND. Mayor Richard Gordon Hatcher hands Mrs. Anna Sim- Quality Work Done On Premises
mons a pen in his office at city hall as she prepares to sign commitment
papers with The Equitable Life Assurance Society of the IL S. for ....coTHE
$313,500 to be used in building a new and expanded interracial nursing
home in this city. BON MARCHECIEANIRS
The new home will provide complete convalescent and nursing facili-
ties will accommodate 46 beds while the present building has only 22.The
facility will provide 25 new jobs for Gary residents.
Observing the action is Charles A. Tatum, executive vice presidentof
Sivart Mortgage Corporation in Chicago, who handled details in arrang-
ing the loan with Equitable.Mrs. Simmons,in addition to being operator of
the nursing home, is also president of S. & M. I nvestments which will
erect the new structure. 1342 W 62 SI. 6910261T
The nursing home loan Is part of Equitable's $83 million commitmentin
the life insurance industry'sblllion dollar program to help rebuild under- 0 S i ,
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I : 24 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 19, 1968

r I ASP GREATER NEWBETHEL SAINT MARY'S Monthly Block Club ForumAt

: > :.: Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor

A. E. Bethel, reporterOur Grace PresbyterianThis
Rev. W. K. Smith, pastor .
I'I Alice S. Irving, reporter prayer go with our
I'f I pastor Rev. Stuart who will Sunday evening,at7:30 sewers section, Dude County

The Red Circle and Crusa- start his vacation July 15. We p.m. the topic for interested Pulblic Works; Mr. W.T, Ees-

ders are having a sale Satur- wish him a pleasent rest and citizens will be "Sanitary tine, director of the City of Miami -

day, July 20th, beginning at 1 good health. During his ab- Sewers and Paring." To answer Public Works; and a dele

f p 1 p.m.The sence Rev. G. Hunter and Rev.E. your questions, we will gate of the county highway

first Sunday in July Young will be in charge have Mr.Charles Rlttenhoue, division.

.. marked the beginning of Men's Sunday, July 21, is Tithes civil engineer of the water and Mrs. Lucille Hutcheson,
Day. All men are asked to Day. To all members, let us community organizer at the

please start working in order not forget our obligations for Liberty City NeighborhoodCenter

: et you Jn QHjitrrljBROWNSVILLE uuauy that your day might be a suc- this day. During the 11 a.m. CHRIST. EPISCOPAL 1900 NW 75thSt., with

cess. services, Rev. E. Tinker will Canon T. Gibson, rector Mr. Benny O'Berry, director,
JORDON GROVE The Youth Choir is celebra- deliver the sermon. Choir No. Antoinette Silva, reporterOn is working hard to help citizens -

ting its 11th anniversary on 2 and usher board No. 1 will morning the keep informed of community -

BAPTIST Rev. Douglas Cook) ,pastor July 21. You are Invited to at- serve and during the 7 p.m. faces Sunday of the congregation, issues and their solu-

Eddie Gilbert, reporterThe tend. service Joint choir and usher tions. The public is invited to
the
Rev. F. L. Johnson, pastor The Young Matrons invite board No 2 will serve. learned, as a letter from of the block club forum, at the
Workers invite Louittit Bishop
Willing Rt. Henry L ,
Elizabeth
Wright, reporter to a tea Sunday at the home committee
Church
you The Women's Day Grace Presbyterian ,
2775 NW 60th Street you out to a tea on Friday night the Diocese of South Floridawas
of Sis. Janie Cook. Is still dinner sales
having 6895 NW 14th Avenue.GREATER .
at the church. Luella Williams read, appointing our rec-
Choir No. 2 will be in charge at the churchat
will be the guest speaker and every Saturday tor as Canon of St. Luke Cathe
of the Auxiliary Sunday School 12 Donations $1.00.
Sister Ada Manuel is presi- noon. dral. special service and NEW.BETHLEHEM
dent of the club. Sunday. For orders please call 7 58- celebration will be held in the .
Revival services will begin
On Sunday afternoon,the No. 1601. fall. Congratulations to our
Monday, July 22. Rev. BookerT. Let us have a special prayer -
1 Choir is asked to deserved
Canon have long
accompany you
Washington ofValdosta, for Sister Irene Pinder who Rev C. H. Smith, pastor
the pastor to Bethel Baptist such a title because of your unselfish -
Georgia will be the evangelist. will go into the hospital some- Minnie Hunter, reporterWe
Church, Richmond Heights, and untiring effort both
There will be a sale at the time this week. All other
with Rev. West as pastor. our for man and God. invite you to make our
home of Bro. John Hightower sick and shut-ins remain the church
your choice of wor-
Come and enjoy an eveningof The E.Y.C. held its reor-
fun with the 1 Usher' Saturday at 8 p.m. Address: same. ship.
No. s ganizational meeting on Tues
20901 NW 34th Ct.,Carol City. Our sincere sympathy to
go The Young Women's Auxil-
Board at Virginia Beach Saturday day. Election of officers and
This sale is sponsored byUshers' Mrs. Ula Mae Dean Coney in iary is sponsoring a tea oa
August 31st. Cars will new projects for the year were
leave the church,. 5946 NW 12 Board No. 4. the death of her husband. on the agenda. July 20 at 8 p.m. It will be he Id
Sis. Wilene C. Robinson is at the home of Sis.
Avenue at 7:30 p.m. Refreshments Canon Gibson was among the Kirkland
are free and donation is vacationing in Philadelphia, ST. PAUL many guests of St. Agnes 1045 NW 60th Street. You are
Pa. Sis. Berta Childs will act
invited to attend
cordially
.
$1.00. Church of Nassau celebratingits ,

Don't forget prayer meetingis as secretary during her ab Rev. T, C, Kelly, pastor 100th anniversary. On Friday, July 19, the sale

held ev'ery Tuesday at 7:: sence. Mary M, Amos, reporter Sincere sympathy is extended of pies will be at Sis. Ella M.

REV. JOHNSON BTU is held every Sunday at to the Cash family and Walton's home, 3151 NW 61st

5:30 p.m. with Deacon Eddie KELLY'S CHAPEL Stewardess Board No. 1 Invites Mrs. Flossie Sands who mourn St. in behalf of the choir.

;, To all our Juniors and young Gilbert,president. you to come out and help their departed relatives. Please stop by and pick up a

adults, you are asked to pleasebe Let us remember the Rev. William Butler, pastor them celebrate their 15th delicious pie.

present on Saturday at pastor's wife, Sis. Ella Cook Retha J. McKenzie, reporterThe anniversary July 28 at 3 p.m. GRACE The Juniors are sponsoringa

4 p.m. in order that we may and all the sick in our prayers. The Male Choir Invite each sale on July 20 at the home

r re-schedule your rehearsing Visitors are always welcome. Women' Society of of you to come out and help Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor of Sis. Ruby DeLaughter,1136

evening. Christian Service will have its them celebrate their anniversary NW 47th Terrace Phone;.633- .

The pastor is asking that the GREATER NEWMACEDONIA anniversary on July 21 at July 28 at 3 p.m. to This the Sunday Trinity, we Presbyterian will be host 9947. Stop by any time on Sat
intermediates sing two Sun-
4 p.m. This program promisesto Who will be Junior Miss St. Church of Key West, Rev urday.
days in the month. At 3
be an afternoon filled with p.m. on Sunday, the en-
We are now in the process of Rev. Roscoe Jackson,pastor inspiration and information.The Paul? This is the question so Thurlow Weed,pastor Trinitywill tire church is rendering ser-

raising funds for our Men's Willie Beard, reporterThe many people are asking. The be in charge of the morn- vices at Rev. O. Taylor'schurch
will be
panelists Mrs. L.
service. Then there wjllbe
Ing
Day. There will be a sale at prsident, officers and answer to that will take place In We s t Hollywood
N. Felt, moderator; Mrs C.A. in ,
a fellowship dinner the cafe-
;Sunday 28 at
the church on Saturday to members of Usher Board No. Johnson and Mr. Okon Eseno- July 7:30: p.m Fla, Our pastor is asking all
torium of the Holmes Elemen-
benefit Men's Day.Please steP 1 are in the process of observ- The is invited We are asking for your full members to be there.
to
WOo public attend
tary School NW 67th and
by the church for barbequeand ing their Sixth Anniversary .-!R 0 s a L. Carr is president support in this effort 12th Ave St. We are happy that Sis.Dollie
pie's We need your sup- On tonight (Friday) a Talent M. DeLaughter has returned
This is
Night i Program will be held ST. JAMES a wonderful occas- horn. from the hospital. Let's
port.Deacon Mrs. Eula King is asking all ion, and wo thank Mr. Ray
and Sister Harrisonand featuring the choirs and other continue to
that
sick
ushers to meet at pray our
Junior J the
Rev. S. L. Gay, pastor Ivory, chairman of the Plan-
Sis. Emma Jones will be talents of the church. On Sun- will soon
church on Saturday, July 20 at .Joseph R. Marshall reporter ning Committee and all the recover
,
leaving town this week on their, day at 3:00 p.m., Rev. Samuel 5:30 p.m. committee and
vacations. They are asking for Atchison and congregation of congregationfor
Our prayers are extended to the enthusiastic
your prayers for a safe trip.' Mt. Calvary will close out the the sick and shut-ins and hope tion as we for coopera-the MT.CARMELRev.
prepare day.
Will you please support the anniversary. Deacon Willie L.
them a speedy recovery.All At 7:30 p.m, our buildingwill D. A.Bradley,pastor
B.T.U. Lightbourn, is president and :
members of the church
serve as the Louise
meeting place McGrlff
Our prayers are extendedto Brother Love Simmons is vice reporter
the.sick and shut-ins and president. who would be interested in P for the monthly block club On Sunday the 'Deacons and

those who bereaved. The Annual Sunday School- 'Joining, the WeslyanServiceGuild forum. Specialists will speak; Deaconess of Mt.,Carmel will
i please meet at the and answer Questions con- have their anniversary at the

it t will Baptist be held Training Union Picnic church at 7:30; Friday night, cerning "Sanitary: Sewers and church at 3 p.m. with Rev.,
Saturday, July20, July 19. Mrs. R. Bromfield is Paving."
Sims from
I FIRST BAPTIST at Crandon Park. All parents, president. New Hope Baptist
Church delivering the mes
adults, teachers and students
Rev. W. M. Davis, pastor who are planning to go are ask NEW HOFE sage. You and yours are invit

Donella Turner, reporterOur ed to be at the church no later DRAKE ed. Also the No. 2 Choir will
revival service Is in its Rev. W. E. Sims, pastor have their anniversary on the
than 9 a.m. The bus will leave
last week. We are still askingour promptly at 9:30 a.m. Rev. J. W, Dunn, pastor Lorraine Fuller, reporterThe 25th and 26th of this month.
Pastor's Aid Club is
friends to come out and Come and enjoy S9me very
The chair officers
man
The Faithful Women's Club Talent
service. sponsoring a Night on
Join In with us in this members and directresses of good singing,
will observe their first church
Baptism will be after the ser- the Youth Department will observe a. '.t .. Thursday evening at 8:00: There will be a Tea at the
observance at
on Sunday 3:30 various
featuring talents from
vice Friday night.Our evangelist their Sixth Annual Youth home of Brother and Sister
REV. BLACKNELLThe
Brother Nathan Streeter
is the Rev. B, D. Coles. p.m. auxiliaries and members of Wiggins, 9411 Little River
22 25 26 and
Day, July 28. will deliver the
the All
message. Sunday School Convention church. are welcome to
2 choir Is Blvd.
The No. sponsor- You are invited.
On Monday, July 22, at 8:00 Music will be furnished the
by | began Wednesday, July come and witness this eveningof
the
musical The
ing a program, on pastor and wife thank
p.m. a Tom Thumb Wedding Male Choir of Mt. Calvary ]10th at Mt. Hermon A.M.E. spiritual entertainment.
fourth afternoon July each and
Sunday who
,
everyone helped
will be held at the
28th. We are looking for all our church. If Baptist Church. Sister Nancy friends. you have never seen a wedding Green is president. Please ]pastor; wishes to thank all ush- prayer meeting coming up to Remember the sick and

the like this,come out and see howIt come out and help them to have ers, choirs, and members for our revival meeting beginningJuly
don't shut-ins
Members forget and those who have
is unusually performed. a spiritual and financial success cooperation and support on St. 22 at 8 p.m. Monday thru
funeral service of the late Bro. lost their love ones.Don't for-
'' Stewart which will be On Thursday, July 25, at 8 in their program. ,James Night as the convention Friday. All members are the
James get boys in Viet Nam.
held Saturday at the church at p.m. Rev. William M. Slater All Boy Scouts please be closed< successfully. urged to attend. Everyone is

4 and congregation of Day present Fridayat6:30pm. The July-ites are under the invited.

p.m.You are invited to worship Spring will be in charge of the must complete plans for our ]leadership of Sister Perkins. The Pastor's Aid Union will

with us, where a warm welcome services. car wash and sale. "'We need your full support Are convene at the New Providence MT.TABOR

awaits arrival. On Friday, July 26, at 8:00: Deacon Green is at Doctors ;you helping? Baptist Church, Rev. C. J.

your p.m. a Musical Program will Hospital, and is asking the Rev. J. B. Blacknell and Burney, pastor, Sunday after- Rev James; Hendon,pastor

be held. prayers of the church. Please
THE UNITED CHOIR visit and pray for the sick and i us Sunday, July 21 at 7 p.m. asking the cooperation of all Vacation Bible School will

UNION CORINTHThe shut- ins Sister Ruth Grant, 1 benefit: of the July-ites. associates. begin Moiday' July 20-August

r The United Choir Union will church will render ser- Sister Nora Grant, Sister Attention members! The Remember to visit all of our 2. Registration Is now In session -

have a barbecue sale on Saturday vice Friday, at 8:00 p.m. at Dorothy Brown and Sister W, ]pastor is forming a Choir No. sick and shut-ins and pray for you may register at the

night, July 20th at Mt. Maria Baptist, 1700 NW 79th Rawls are still on the sick list. ;3 and anyone who wants to sing their seedy recovery church Monday thru Friday,

p Sinai A.M.E. Church in Opa- St., Rev. Toee,pastor.Rev.A. Please visit with us Sunday.. cj
locka. All members and Jackson, pastor. cI"The Silent Workers. This TRIUMPH Saturday and Suadiy.

friends are asked to please There will be a dinner sale I new: club is also looking for The pastor, Rev. Hendon,

( support this affair. The Saturday at the home Sister ,NEW BETHEL ']members. Rev D. H. Harris, archbishop and all delegates will be in attend -

monthly program will conveneat Bessie Morrow, 4750 NW 24th The J Joint ushers' board Phillip Roundtree, reporter ince attbeDistrlctSunday

Mt. Sinai AME July 21 at 3p.m. Ct., in behalf of Women's Day. Rev., Ernest Williams, pastor 'would like to thank you for your Oa July 22 28 the Triumph School and B.T.U. Congress

An interesting program Please ell 6334100.The On: Sunday, July 28, we are :support at the beach picnic organization will hold its Na- wMch convenes July 22-27 at

,. has been planned. A 11 members president of Choir No. proud to announce or Homecoming i Sunday.To:; tional Convention[ in Pittsburg, the New Mt. Olive Baptist

are asked to be present. 1 is asking your prayers for and awards Sunday, at the sick and shut-ins: Pennsylvania under Rev D.H. Church, Rev G. E. Weaver,

Visitors are welcome to witness his members who are vacationing 3:00 pm. We are honored to Trials and hardships are the Harris To all attending, the pastor, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.

this program. a safe trip home have County CommissionerEarl ommon lot of all men. bus will leave Triumph Band Please pray for our sick

Mr. Young is president, Rev. Andrew Jackson, pas- C a r roll to present the Remember you are always No. 1 at 6 p.m.Remember. and shut-ins. Visitors are always -

Mrs. Devoe is reporter and tor and Nina Morrow, reporter. awards. We plan to have an eo- ,welcome to the friendly church to continue : welcome at M* Tabor,

Rev. Jenkins is pastor Joyable program. 'where the spiritual action is. pray for shut-ins. the church with the open heart



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St. Petersburg ; 0" .' -

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St. Petersburg's Bay Front B row :1 s viii e Coogrea- Lakeland 1;>" 'I/'
area directed the
Arena, Al Lang Field and tion .
Knorr
pointed up the playlette "Uniting The Divided
tents filled to
overflow were failure of man's experiments iHousehold.' Methods for

capacity as 16,577 Jehonh'sWitnesses in human governments from bringing the entire family to-
attended the final
"cruel despotism to modern gether in united wo'shipwe"eenacted.
session of their four diy day republics and so calledpeople's .

district convention.The republics or d->mo.cratlces. Weaver said "united family

bt-lingual, multiracial ." wovshlp is the most important
gathering heard N.H. Knorr, Knorr said that God's rule ingredient in keeping families
Watchtower Bible &1'r a c tSoctetypresidentand does not
mean rule by op- together ;in these trying
director pressive greedy priests exercising times
of international activities
I a total control of the Another convention high-

of Jehovah's Witnessess m.1ssesuwhile relieving themof light analyzed the life of the

deliver the principal address; their monies under a guiseof Biblical characters Esau and
"?tin's Rule About To Give religious Jacob
sanctity as it relates to the
Way to God's Rule." Continuing he said modern
"manis day problem of what
According to Hugo Boettius, not ruling the rest of the position should { material

president minister Miami's( tangible universe, God does things occupy in the life of a 'nt t

that..so why not also the Christian. This portion was d et
earth?" directed by Hollywood's -f IJ ,. ''" . .' .Sl
Musical At
The Witness leader answered Pembrook congregation Part of convention committee of the Florida Morticians Associationwho
his query by emphasizing overseer, William Douglas
Mars Hill that God's rule wtllbe superimposed "We must not let material are preparing for their national convention next month at the Four Am-

; on man's rule by terest choke our service to bassadors Hotel and subsequent trip to Kingston, Jamaica at the office of
Sunday, July 21, at 3 p.m. "sheer necessity of man's God as Esau did, "stressed North Travel Bureau in Miami.
Seventh Church Anniversary
our will feature Mrs. Valdez- present extremity. The time Douglas in his conculslon. Shown left to right are: Willie J.. Bruton, Orlando; G- H. Cause, Bar-

Murray, soprano guest artist. has come when God simplyhas Boettius said the Miami tow; D. T. Larkins, Clearwater; Ervin Sanchez, St. Petersburg ; E. A. r
to area Witnesses
take
are now
over rule of this more
Also appearing will be many earth for the saving of the determine than ever to increase Stevens, Hallandale; Charles North and N. P.. Range, Miami.

other well known group sing human race," he said their teaching activities -

ers of the city. The public is Leon Weaver, circuit supervisor *in the critically short H
urged to be present for an en- for the Tampa time we have left." A.M.E. Laymen I Close Inspirational Convention I
joyable afternoon of music at
2455 NW 68th Street. ORLANDO.---A new Approach P. J. Mcintosh, East Conference Willie M. Hart, ladies'auxiliary -

C. W. Preston, minister NEW SHILOHRev. South Dade to laymaulsm with;! Finance committee: Was-,

A. M. Griffin, pastor special significance on youth This being electionyear, tell Francis, chairman, Mrs.
CHRISTIANFELLOWSHIP Sis. Cheryl English, reporter News was developed as the Methodist each candidate was given an Mary Colden, sec'y.; Charles
laymen closed their tWf)3- opportunity to express himself Terrell, M. M. Hawkins and
Mt. Moriah
The Pastor's Aid Club will Baptist Churchof
ty-first annual convention, in behalf of the office he John Watson. These officers
Ray P. S, Brown, pastorM. have a program Thursdaynight Perrine, Sunday School begins July 5.A11. sought. Ballots were suppliea were duly installed by presi-

L. Nixon, reporterThe in behalf of the pastor's Staff at 9:45 am Thomas sessions were held at and the election was begun ding Elder F. E. Allen, South
Sgt. Russ
pastor wishes to thank anniversary. Sis. Louise Mt. Olive A ME Church of choose to run for reelection Florida Conference North
all Knapp will be the speaker. Mu- along with his wife Mrs Mae which is after as for ,
memlarsw'ioarecoopera- Rev S, M. Peck pastor serving president Miami District.
ting with their group captains sic will be furnished by the from Frances Russ is here in Miami Mr. Felix N.White, Episcopal 18 years, neitherdtdMrs. Past president Felix White

Those of you who have not as Samuelettes and the Lawhorn with Germany. They are visiting Lay president; R'v,G.A Alice Mcintosh Newly elect was given the honor of Presi-
Mr. and Mrs Glide
yet identified yourselves witha Sisters. Collier of Rutledge, presiding elder; Mr. ed and reelected officers were: dent Emeritus for his years of
group please do so before The Pastor's Anniversarywill be Perrine. The will Frederick Wilson, host conference Mr. Selmo, Episcopal profound and untiring services -
here for 30
the fourth Sunday in this begin Friday night before days. president and Bishop president; Mr. P.J. Mcintosh, He will be given a citation -
month. It is your privilege to the fourth Sunday in this month Capt. Emery Collier son of E C. Hatcher, presiding prelate executive vice; Mrs Essie F. at the next executive
and it will end the fourth Sun- Mr. and Mrs Clide Collier and
join any one of your choice. Jones, second vice; Mr. M.M. board meeting.The .
Reporting diy is Smithy, July day afternoon at 3 p.m. the husband is horn of from Mrs.patsy Collier "When we meet together, it Hawkins, third vice; Mrs. Isa seat of the 19 69 convention -

28. Please have your aimeanvag There will be a sale Satur- Vietnam. His e is not as strangers, but as M. Hunter, recording sec'y; was deferred until the next
the numbor. day at the home of Sis Sadie visiting with Mi\ and Mrs. working partners, interestedand Mrs Willie L. Francis,assistant executive board meeting.Thus
Love in bebealf of the 1 David Sinders of Perrlne. He
The youth are presenting a No eager to meat the sam! sec'y; Mrs. Poarlle M. the convention sawanother Innovation -
Fashion Show August 11th at Ushers' Board Her addressis will be here for 30 days. needs and goals" were the Washington? corresponding ; closing with the cir

the Bonded CollectioaAgeocy, 6935 NW 6th Court. Mr. Bobbie Reid channel 4 words spoken by those virtuous sec'y; Mr A. F,Glenn,chaplain cle of love and friendship be- .'.

4150 NW 7th Ave,A 11 membersand All Juniors are asked o TV station, first Negro newsman laymen as they registered ; Mr. J, T. Brunson} ing formed.
friends are cordially Invited please be present at the church is now in New York. at 7:30( a.m Wednesday.The treasurer; Mr. Wastell Fran

to come out and enjoy this on the fourth Saturday at 5 p.m. following presidents of cis, parliamentarian; Mrs

wonderful show sponsored by for the measuring of robes. the seven conferences regis- Juanita Lewis, director of lay

Sis Rhunette Deshazlor with MT.CALVARYThere tered their support: Mrs. activities; Mrs Bernice Hen-

the compliments! of Lory's CHRISTIAN SCIENCEThe will be a tea on the Irene L. Taylor,South Conference derson, public relations I HfW ]
Dress Shop clothing. ; Selmo Bradley, Greater chairman; Mrs Inez Sparks,
fourth Sunday of this mouth I
Members 01 the sick list: subject of the Lesson- from 3 to 6. Conference; Isaiah historiographer. EMERSON
is
Estelle Allen, Charles Sharpe, Sermon in Christian Science Everyone invit- Thomas 1 West Conference; Also Mrs. Bane S, Hayes,

and Sis. Rizer. Visit and pray Churches this wMk is"LICe.' ed.The Samuel Snow, Central Conference minister of masi; :. M:-*. Miry

for them and others who are A verse from Revelation: Sunday School needs the Frederick Wilson, Orlando A, Hagins, assistant ministerof TELEVISIOJ

ill. Our heartfelt sympathy. to serves as the Golden Tart: "I support of the adults. Remember Conference; B. S, Proctor music ; Mrs. Veresta
it is for
the family of Sister Janie Hen am Alpha and Om ;a, the beginning Sunday morning you and come you.to Every Sun- Tamp.i Conference and Thomas ,:mth director; Mrs.

derson. and the end. I will give
day School at 9:30.
unto him that is athrist of the THANKSThe
Please pray for and visit the
fountain of the water of life ;
NEW sick and the :
MT. shut-ins.
MORIAH freely" National Council of Negro presented a plaque for her out-

Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor The L ess on-Sermon also Womei, North wishes to standing and denoted services $888 :

Evelyn Souter, reporterThe includes references from the TEMPLE BAPTIST thank its manyfriends for their during her terrain officeby the

No. 1 Choir will celebrate I'Christian Science textbook, support at its annual Garden new president, Mrs. Cornelia ..
their anniversary '"Science and Health with Keyto Rev. L. A. Thompson, pastor Party held at the beautiful and Glenn She was surprised and .. '

25 26 and 1 the scriptures" by Elsie Douglas: reporter spacious home of Mr.and Mrs received the plaque graciously _. :I '
Mary .
28th. A wonderful Temllteites'Choir will sing h. er a ..th rW;... ... \
program has been planned for 1 Baker Eddy. J, H. Barkley of Brownsville.A and emotionally. Mrs.Graham aa Ih- -- M
during the 11 a.m. service for -I;'.Ti'.ml 3 c)
your enjoyment. Tne public is timely program was rendered is active in Women's International -
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invited "NIGHT CALL" the Sunday School and BT.U. with poems, seasonal Council and other .

Usher's Board No. 1 want to LISTS GUESTWAMl's Congress, which convenes at scenes, and musical selec- civic and social organizations. MODEL 11P50A WITH
thank and Mt. Olive Baptist Church. tions of the four
Rev F. L. Johnson seasons. Many outstanding persons
The Male Chorus will have PRIVATE LISTENING
: "Night Call"
congregation of Brownsville pro- Charming Mrs.Eugenia were present. The attractive
Baptist Church, all usher gram, carried Monday thru their homecoming program, Thomas was mistress of ceremonies outfits, seasonal scenes, and EARPHONE
boards, choirs and all who Friday from 11:30 p.m. to next Sunday at 3:30p.m. bene lovely home were scenes of
12:30 a.m., features the following fit Men's day drive.Let's $5.00
The council'spastpresidentMrs
participated and attended dur- beauty. The party was enjoyed -
ing their anniversary. Total guests this week. renumber the sick Dorothy Graham, was by all.

raised $508,25.There Thursday, July 18, Winton and shut-ins _._ ._..u.. .___u___._._ ____.__ "UU. .. ._ _
will be an after ser- Blount, president of the U.S. ..rI DOWN
Chamber of Commerce Subject ..
vice Sunday night.
program
: "No Riots Allowed." Fish Fry .
Rev. Henderson and congregation Call
19Rev.. A, D.
Friday, July
of New Liberty City will "Is st Peters- Ou Saturday, July 20,at 7:30
King, Subject: 7515629NO
render' service Friday,at 7:30
burg another Memphis?" p.m. there will be a Fish Fry F
p.m. The public is invited. Should there be any questions, held at the home of Mr. and I CREDIT

Please pray for peace visi- please call me '7575701.JOBMOBILE Mrs. Harry Puul Martin at 501 REQUIRED
tors are always welcome. NW 47th Terrace, sponsoredby

the Men of Ebenezer Methodist 1

Church. Everyone is invited i J
ZION HOPERev. This is where the Jobmobileis to coma out and enjoy ALSO:

: themselves. *
Paul Freeman, pastor Monday, July 22, NW 12th FURNITURE
Bessie Williams,reporter Avenue and 54thSt.Grandwayrnrking APPLIANCESSTEREOS

We were happy to have visiting ;I lot). NEW BETHELRev. e +3 *
with us Sunday, our! pas Tuesday, July 23, NW 22nd .j -

tor's brother and his family. Ave., and 72nd St. (James E. E R, Ferguson, pastor HMnnB_ ____B MWWa| L ...6 ... ,,. 4MMMMOTW....CJ* IMMM MM l MHV
The pastor is urging all i Scott project), Alice Banks, reporter Attending the Watchtower Convention held In St.

members to attend their weekly Wednesday, July 24, NW 27 Our Sunday morning speaker Petersburg are pictured above from left to right: WilliamJ. W.T. WELLS
rehearsals and 54th st (Vacant service will be Evangelist Kathleen
and Bible Ave
study. j Douglas, presiding minister, Hollywood, Fla, Pem COMPANY1
M. Wells Everyone is Invitedto
Visitors station.)
are welcome i
always
The No. 1 Usher Board fs Thursday, July 25, NW 27th come out and hear her inspiring broke congregation; Leon Weaver, circuit supervisor for 45 N. W. 54th Street
asking the cooperation of each Ave and 62nd Street(Stevens words. The Sr. Choir Tampa, Lakeland, Central Florida area; Earl McGee,
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and everyone, for they are ]parking; lot), will furnish the music. circuit supervisor for Miami, South Florida area; andW. Miami, Florida 33127

working very dellgeatly Friday, July 26, NW 17th Don't forget to visit the sick K. Reed, presiding minister of St. Petersburg's Dun-

their anniversary. J Ave and 46th Street. and shut-ins. more Congregation.{




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A I Waiter-Waitress Training At Jackson HighIn

a move to make their wal- course will consist of three and Motel AsociaUooandHo.:
ter-waitress training program . weeks of classroom training tel Employees! Union Local

POET'SCORNER A more readily available> from f p.m. to 11 p.m., fol- 255.
I to colored trainees, officials l j lowed by on-the-job training Mt'. W. D. Tolbert, Field
of Lindsey Hopkins Adult Educational . period of three weeks at the Representative of the Community

Center and cooperating . Carillon, Fontainebleau and Relations Board, rep-
By GENE GRIENER civic and industry ages. Americana Hotels on Mumlt reseating Robert Simra.Exe.
cutive Director said "We
Beach. are
cies announce that the nexl t
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The Breathless' Fog Jackson High School, 36th St,, visiting any of the nine Equal program *id its excellent employment -
TO A PILOT'S WIFEHis
centersor opportunities into a
and 17th Ave., beginning Monday Opportunity Program
The field Is like a crystal rug first love is the plane he flies July I 22, at 6 p.m. The at the hotel school offices neighborhood convenienttomore
laced white with sumIDc>r's morning dew day after day across Cod's skies; I at Lindsey Hopkins Center. members of the Negro
where nobby heads of winter's wheat she is his mistress of the blue Cooperating agencies are the community and also during the
await the sun for their shampoo.The whom he adores as much as you. Dade County Coma: ,1ity Relations evening hours when prospec-

But she is but a passing thing : Board, Lindsey Hop tive trainees are able to attend -
darting birds are colored threadsof who does not share his wedding ring; kins Southern Florida Hotel ."

baby blue and robin red; so do not envy her, my friend,
the scarecrow is too damp to care this other love someday will end.
7 -8 A.M. to 10 P.M.
about the fog that shares his bed. Open Days
Your strength lies in the vows you made
For Less At
The Best
when you were young and unafraid,
The sound of man is faintly heard
and aIm/ in children's charms-
your
the curtain of the
beyond fog;
from his fulfillment in arms.
the crowing cock, the clappered bell, your
the constant barking of a dog. Someday your Pilot will retireto
sit with you before the fire; John
The breathless fog is prone to stay then both of you can scan the skies

that hugs the earth and will not go; for your young son with Pilot's eyes. McArthuris

and man, no matter what his strength, Gene GrienerIN
is powerless, too blind to know. S. waiting to sell youa

new or used car at
So man must wait for rays of sun ASHLEY FOREST

to whip the fog, drive it away;
so he can do his daily chores (Greensboro, North Carolina) J. D. BALL FORDINCORPORATED .

'til fog comes back again to play.
Above the trees God winks His eye 9000 N.W 7th VENUE

And raindrops fall when is M/AW FLORIDA 33150
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A red cottage enchants this scene PHONE 75-97r1 ,
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MY DAD'S ADVICE

When I was young, my father said, There are no sounds from cars or planesTo
"Crime does not pay, my boy; jar the North Carolina rains I OVER 40,600 CARS SOLD

You walk the straight and narrow pathIn That tap on leaves His word in braille

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To father's wisdom I adhered
With strides both straight and long; The brook and birds sing harmony i I Shows 51 % Repeat

But now sometimes I'm pressed with doubts Where nature moves the heart of me, .
That dear old dad was wrong. Where I could write and meditate roEvery
And Referral Business
Halls/ of my mind swept clean of hate.
For crimes are bigger every day,
Appear quite lucrative,
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But yet I know that Dad was right
And still/ can hear him say, Where air you breathe is pure as prayer. ,

No bonds for crooks, just lock them up
r And throw the key away. Gene Griener minute anda
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the Saints from church that night The Spirit Your heart declared an armistice.For coast to coast
Every minute and a half some 14 COURTEOUS JJLIIMIM TO SERVE YOU
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"The Holy Ghost is Out Tonight"The Co! Free tight lips of alibis.

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that moment an unsaved Sister was struck "These friends are good, they understand 311-8411 OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK ,

by the Ghost Most willingly lend me a hand."

She leaped from her chair in a trance,dancing
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to and fro, around and around
The Saints gave praise to the sight:
"Praise the Lord, hallelujah! ThinkThink The Mini-Brute presentsthe I

"Praise the Lord, hallelujah!"

;' The Sister kept dancing The Saints kept short payment hook. !
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praising louder and louder; But it's too late now !
"Praise the Lord, hallelujah!' Oh yesThere's
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No sooner, no later they were all in a trance, . Wilbert Stevenson f I II II I

It was time to get a blessing from the AlmightyLord I I
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and testifying were many that night,
Saints their thanks,Sinners their sins.(Some Creole youth from New Or-leans C

one whispered, "The Holy Ghost is out To Played modern jazz with Bernie White;
.. night' Upon a battered eightyeightHis I Ii

The night was dying, dawn wise re eplng, fingers were black birds in flight. e i

t church was ending -- In Bernie's band was young Long John, 2-door Sedan !
The preacher his fina 1 statement
gave : $249 $4911
A preacher's son from Tennessee, Down
Per Mo. for 36 Months
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A "Saints and Sinners, The Holy Ghost is out Who soloed on his gold tromboneA I II I

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Saints walked slowly out of church, passing Upon the stage these two young men TEST DRIVE ONE TODAY AT-
sleeping visitor. Were playing in a negro band; t
The visitor mumbled Their minds were free from all the hates
"I am glad this is 1
,,"r over . ." They saw erupt across our land. Sheehan BUICK I

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The preacher looked up unto the Lord and said The world they share is like a shrine;

in sadness, "Ob, Lord, Hear one soul who In Unity of BrotherhoodTheir ENTIRE 2300 BLOCK S.W. 8th STREET HI 4-1661
was not saved tonight!" color Ime.Gene.
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+ss' The Liberty City Child Opportunity "Do-Re-Mi" and Jeffrey Troy the event a memorable one for
wDARRYL Center held its first reciting "Try, Try, Again." our center. Sponsors were:
"Mr. and M1 s s" contest on Rm. 7 Rose Mary Hawkinsand Willie B. W tilia ms, Minnie

Friday, July 12, from 9-11 Benny Hester dancing "In Brewton, Ruby Higgins JOAM
a.m at the Lillie C. Evans the Heat of the Night.' Rm. 8 Samson, Barbara Coleman,
Cafetorium. We were fortu- Edith Weintraub and Louis and Lewder Beanett.

.. \ \ nate to have as Judges for the Jcnes dancing to the tune of We wish also to express our
1\ occasion : Merle E. Collins "Sunny," very groovy. appreciation to Sister
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", ,... 11 (former youth corp worker), The Judges based their decisions Mariana, O.P., of Barry Col-
1.1 4t': now attending Dade Jr., majoring on the children's ability leige, who came out delight
in Education; ThomasL. in singing, dancing, and and entrance the children witha
'f Albury, Jr., Physical Ed. speaking. All of the children "Puppet Show" on July 10.
HUNTER ANGELA McCOY BROWNS Instructor at Lillie C. Evans were wonderfully talented,'so It was a memorable day for
JOHNSON
. for ten years, summer recre- the decisions must: have been st aft and children of the center -
ation chalr 141J; John W. DJ'- hard ones'to make. Thanks are also extendedto
.. ,-': lard Case Worker at Floral The winners of the titles of the Teamsters Union i No.
;j ?" Heights EJe m.S hool, recreation "Mr. and Mrs. LCCOC" were 390. These gentlemen have
worker, summer pro- Henry HawkinsandLenora been most kind by giving their
I k r gram; Arthur Colebrook Me Killl1ey. Henry is the talented services of transportation for
1 t President PTA, Gladeview 6 year old son of Mr. and our trips toCrandon Park.The
Elem, Dist. chairman Dade Mrs Henry Oweas. Lenora is drivers are always willing to

,' J. as buyer for Fabric ter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas for the children. Every suc-

Fa Discount Corp.; Roy E. Bates McKinney. All the other participants cess is wished toJoAnnSamp-)
/' Employed at the Food Service were runner ups, and son, who is leaving our centerto
( 'f''W Dept., at Burdines; JuneC. received awards. embark upon a new career.
f Felder Teacher at Pine An award was also presented The staff also wishes to thank
Villa Elem.; Victor Cobham to the principal and staff of Mildred Dean, who served as
h 1!: Owner of Exotic Fashions Wig Lillie C. Evans Elem. School, our center's acting director,
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and Beauty Siloon.: (Mrs.Fel- for friendship. They have always until recently and to extend
;f; 'I' If: der and Mr. Cobham arrived been willing to assist our warmest welcomes to our new
: late, so did not participateas center in any way possible.We director, Rudy Williams,

I REGINALD ROLLE LEA BENDROSS CORY JILES judges). The program proceeded : want to express our ap- Rudy Will i a ms, director,

as follows: Representing preciation to the school, our Barbara Coleman, secretary,
Rm. 1 Henry Hawkins, Judges, and everyone who attended and Leander Bennett, re-
Small Little Red Schoolhouse
I Frye recited the "Story of the Little and helped us to nuke porter.ren .
Elf." Room 2 Kiml !rley

Small Frye Little Red ly. Pictured here are the six: George Williams, DCT coordinator Hanna and Eric Standifer) In Carver Ranches as well
I Schoolhouse held its first young people who have com- at Carver Jr. High (Kim singing "Mama Look A Carver as Hallandale, bringing themto
graduation exercise recent- pleted satisfactory preschool l School presented the diplomasto Boo Boo") (Eric reciting "I Sunday School each Sunday.
work and are ready to enter elementary school. Mr. graduates, Mr. Williams Wish I Had A Sweetheart ). Parents who would like for
complimented M r s. Stewartand Rm. 3 Erika Burkes and Antonio Ranches their children to come to Sunday -
Sunshine Club Mrs. Prestonfor the mag- BoUfcn due ing the latest School, call 923-1504. Mr.
Culmer nificient training providedthese "There was a Time"(Antonio News Cleveland Jackson, Hallan-
NewsThe young people.Graduates was: reluctant to dance, so | dale.
are: Reginald Henry Hawkins volunteered to By Walter Bo*, -|

Community Sunshine Club of Dade i Rolle, Cory Jiles, second substitute for him) Room 4 South Broward Post No.
County is sponsoring a Mr.and I honor students; Angela McCoy Lenora McKinney, singing 8195 will hold its regular
New Macedonia of
Miss Republican and a Mr.and I Baptist
first honor student Lisa Ben-
; 21 offic-
Center News West Hollywood is making meeting Sunday,July ,
Miss Democrat Contest on dross, Browns Johnson and ers and members be presentat
Sunday, July 21 at the Semi- Darryl Hunter. plans for their Women's Dayon
4816 Pembroke Rd. at 5:30
,
nole Recreation Center 520 the fourth Sunday in July.
Winners in the Small Frye
Bowe, commander
W. A.
RECREATIONAL ACTIVITIES;:: W. 23 St., Hialeah. Come out Little Red Schoolhouse Kiddie Rev. B. L. Mack, pastor and p.m. Randy Alford, Adjutant.The .

Sister Marianna and Sister and see your child on parade., contest were: Lyndd Walker, rF
Noel from Barry College prE-! The ticket you bought is your third prize, Ernesto Molina The Church of God at 821 NW Charmettes Club will
sented a Puppet Show at the admission free to this contest.. (Champ) second prize and .ri 2nd Ave., Hallandale,have re- have their party this Friday
Culmer Recreation Center We promise a fine program., Kelvin Brown, first prize win- cently purchased a bus for the night at the Post 8195.You are
last Tuesday morning. Theyare with a prominent speaker. Fall or ner. young people of the commun- invited to attend. David Meritt
teaching the children how information and directionscall ity, the bus will pick up child- president.
to make their own puppets.The 374-8328. IsraelL.Arm-
children work on puppets strong is the club's president. DIRECTWIG

every Monday, Tuesday, and
Friday mooning from 9:30 to IMPORTERS Call
12 noon At the end of the summer 1007. EUROPEAN t
the children will putona HUMAN HAIR REV. LENA M. ROSS f
show with the puppets they + SPIRITUAL ADVISOR ej CHARLESROGERS
have made THE BISHOP
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ming. spiritual workers, make your
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Should you be interested in SPECIAL $ 17 each'Sunday. Pickupyour
any of the Recreational activi- I beginning
special gift -
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ties at Culmer Center for your ALL July 21, 1968, 4
child or children, you may Sabrena Donaldson, the POPULAR SHADES o'clock in the evening to
contact Miss Cheryl Del Pianowho daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eu- 6 p.m. throughout the year.
is in charge of the recrea- gene Donaldson was the winnerof Call Ask for the blessing you .
tion program the North Miami District need and want and get it,

VOLUNTEER WORKERS: Missionary Society baby con- 864-3692 through this spiritual cen-

There is a great denwnd for test.
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I;: Curry Having Second Thoughts About UMu u . LEON


Coral Gables "One of the assistants said and no scholarship 1 for one (2)) Attend Miami: on: full of small colleges or junior
quarterback is having second for me not to worry. 'If you year. scholarship and play freshnm: colleges. "I want to play with
thoughts about going to the don't make it,' he said, 'we'llbe The Boards tests were given football: this fall. the best,' he said.
University of Miami this fall. sure to get you into a small Saturday, the last time until Not take the college boards Curry's thoughts: have wandered -
Curry, who quarterbackedGables Negro college or a junior col- mid-August curry did not and: all summtr. "I want to "

High to a 13-0 football lege," Curry remembered. take the tests, however.He (1)) Attend Junior: co'legefor! go to Miami in-11 know Miami <
season, has howu discontentwith two years after which! he could is the bestplacefor.' he'll
Miami. But Curry must take the Col- is faced with these transfer wherever he wanted. say oae m'nite< Tile next he'll
Chances appeared slim this lege Boards in order to attend choices. Take the college add: "Mi.imj just signed mtt t 1#

week that Curry will wear a any NCAA member school.He boards and: ((2)Attend) anonNCAAschool because it was; their obligation

University of MLimi freshman has a 2.2 average in high (1)) Attend Minnesota, payinghis and play varsity football : . If I was: a halfback or an .
football uniform this fall. school and a class ranking just own way and staying onto: as a freshman AllNegro end they'd try harder to get me "
"I think I want to play tor slightly into the bottom half, football for one year. Minnesota North Carolina A&T Col- in school but they don't want '-" ,

Minnesota' said Curry.He but they aren't good enough to could: give him financial. lege has showi an interest in me since I'm quarterback
said three things have get into college without takingthe aid after he mid a C average Curry in recent weeks. and I want to play quarterback -

made him reconsider after College Boards. his freshman year. Curry says he wants nopirt ."

signing the UM grant-inlaid.
"They told me I didn't haveto According to Leroy Pierce, When

take an entrance exam," assistant coach and assistant Wildcats Three
admis- I-CC Play Only
Craig said, "then aweekafter athletic director, the
school is out they tell me I do." sions office said Curry only
"I don't think they want me had to get an average score on
and I don't think they'd let me the college boards to the ac- 1968 Home GamesA

play quarterback." cepted.An .

A week after he graduatedfrom average Boards score season ticket campaign the Professional League of Earlier this year Thomas
would enable admissions
Gables Curry was work- for the 1968 Wildcats football America last season.Head- Lee. a tackle, signed with the
ing at the University when he office to project a 1.6 average home games is underway at coach Sid Gilliam of the San Pittsburgh Steelers andHenry
and admit him. Minnesota'srequirements
was told it would be necessary strict. Bethune-Cookman College and Diego Chargers signed him for Still, and 11- conferencetac- Wont
to take the College Board ex- are more will continue through August 1967 and predicted a good sea kle and Richard Washington,a
Without a Boards score
aminations. Miami does not super
son.
he must enter school on ayear's 15.The punter, signed
have football who has
a player 1 local gridders, under
,
football
not taken them. probation--no direction ofHeadcoach -
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Spearing wit k......., ".- face three Daytona of its toughest Beach.The opponents Looking the FRESH

season opener is against Mor-

;. ris Brown College of Atlanta, SPORTSWORLD

I "vt Georgia, September 28, in
::r.... Welch Stadium. The Wildcatswill
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then play four consecu-
', ..N.mbw.W nvtW.> V 0 ) tive
wB.V .M.Wp a..tY road games before returning -

November 2, to takeon
BY HARRY SPEAR
the strong South Carolina BY LEO ARMBRISTER Over 1
State College Eleven of
MARLINS STILL FIGHTING IT OUT Orangeburg for the 1968 -

I wrote in my recent columns the rainouts would hurt. It has homecoming game. 'The final
THE 35th ALL-STAR FOOTBALL GAME :IS CLIMBING INTO
local contest will be
taken its toll, no batting practice and pitchers were getting against
stale. All in all they lost six straight games. After seeing nations lly famous Florida THE SPOTLIGHTThe

them play Monday night, they looked like the old Marlins again A&MUniverslty of Talla-
sixth straight trouncing of the American League by the
hassee November 23.
by defeating the runners-up of the Western Division Tampa, ,
Nationals in the All-Star baseball accedance of the Na-
a Cincinnati farm teamby a score of 54. There was good pit- Coach McClairen says,"the game;
tional Football and the to terms for the
season ticket this is a League owners play-
ching and timely hitting. Pitcher Tom Walker helped his own year
ers pension fund the 35th annual All-Star football the
bargain in sense of the ; game;
cause by hitting the center field wall with a bases loaded doubleto every
three word. The gate prices are up to now run-away race of the Cardinals and Tigers in their
score runs. He tired towards the end and gave way to
relief $3.00 for the and$3.50for respective leagues has made much debatable discussion in the,c
+ pitcher Brent Vines with the bases loaded.This is when opener
Tampa scored their four runs,but Brent settled dow and sav- the remaining two games. past w.aek.Now .
ed the This The Season ticket sells for that the NFL has thrown its worries concerning a pend-
game. was a hard played game by both teams until -
e the last out was made.This game was the tenth game played $6.00. The fans will see a lot ing strike out of the window; there is room enough for every-
between the two teams The Marlins hold an 8-2 record of football for such a small one to settle down to the business of shaping and mapping their %

over them. With'all the games rained out, the Marlins are price." Tickets may be pur- strategy for the All-Star extravaganza.
ahead of last year's-: attendance for 38 dates, they have drawn chased in the Public Relations The Oakland Raiders were mentioned as possible substituteshad
not the dissention in the NFL been settled.
office.
47,634 to last
compared year's 42,077. Here'slbe Marlins
record Thirty-three returning vet- When Earl McCullouch was added to the All-Star squad, they
at home: 22 wins 18 lost. On the road 20 wins 17 lost.
until erans are some of the reasons acquired one of the world's fastest men.
Up writing my column they have 42 wins and 35 lost. For
those who read my column last week, and the statements I for McClairen's optimistic at- McCullouch, a split-end from Southern California and the COMENorfliwesl
made have titude. Among these veterans |top-rated high hurdler in the world, signed with the Detroit
no apologies to make. Asa matter of fact, to me,
it seemed the truth hurts. Marlins schedule Sunday, July 21 are six all conference performers ,Lions Friday; his momentous decision to sign for pro foot-
'ball rather than in the was a hard one to
Marlins and offensive compete Olympics
Lauderdale eighteen
vs Ft. game time 6:30 p.m. Tuesday and
and defensive starters. If this make; he undoubtedly would have been the favorite in the high
23-24
Wednesday, July Marlins vs St. Petersburg, Thursdayand
Friday, July 25-26 Marlins vs. Lakeland. is not enough indication of a 'hurdles and would have been on the relay team, his ability a
with his fast starts.
winning season Jack also re- ponents
TOURNAMENT OF AMERICASTwo ported that about ten new comers McCullouch led Southern California's national championship

South American nations are the most recent to enter have the necessary talentto team last fall in receiving, grabbing 30 aerials for 540 yards

officially in the sixth annual Invitational Bowling Tournament of make the squad. He expects :and five touch downs.

the Americas at Cloverleaf Lanes July 23-28. more than hundred prospectswhen
Four bowlers each from Colombia and Peru joined the field training begins in early SYMBOLISM IS INVOKED TO LIGHT OLYMPIC FLAMEFor

of international amateur keglers, expected to reach 85 from September. the first time in the history of the modern Olympic
some 25 Western Hemisphere nations and territories.The McClairen continuing said
will make the last
games, a woman dash thru the stadium and
two nations join Puerto Rico, Curacao, the Bahamasand "the local fans are indeed for- light the Olympic flame with torch brought from Mount Olym-
the United States, bringing to an even half dozen the national tunate to have a chance to pre-

entries in the goodwill tournament: co-sponsored by the view future professional play- pus.The Mexicans have decided that the lighting of the flame by r4
Cityof Miami and Metropolitan Dade: County. ers. While the Southern Intercollegiate -
Norma
Enriqueta Basilo Sotelo, a 20-year-old hurdler, will
The Tournament of the Americas which has its theme athletic conference
as be most symbolic of the spirit of the games in October.
"Bowling Unites The Americas," is designed to promote international schools are listed among

understanding and friendship among Western Hem small colleges, its players ar:

isphere neighbors. It is sanctioned by the American Bowling thrown into one big "meltingpot' CYRIL BAPTISTS GETS SCHOLARSHIP FROM CREIGTON
Congress, the Woman's International Bowling Congress, and with Ivy League and big UNIVERSITY
'' the Federation Internationale des Quilleurs. ten p 1 aye r s when they reach

DOLPHINS SIGN SEIPLE the pro ranks. Bobby Hayes of Creighton University in faraway, Omaha has all the under-
the Dallas Cowboys, VIA of tones of
its
Negro-exportation grant scholarship to Cyril
: Selple punter for the Miami Dolphins a who Florida A&M, is just one example '
Larry year ago, Baptlste. The maximum "There is good even in adversity,
was almost always good for a first dow when called upon in BethuneCookman could very well fit in this case.
clutch situations signed his 1968 contract today it was an- College is well represented in
When the school recently set up a Martin Luther King Jr. fundit
nounced by President and General Manager Joseph Ro ble. the professional leagues. began looking around for a worthy recipient, apparentlythere

Seiple, a University of Kentucky graduate from Allentown, Rudolph Barber, captain of were none near by and Cyril, who plays a whale of a
: .. Pa., who was the seventh draft choice of the Dolphins after his the 1965 Wildcats, formerlywith basketball game and stands 7 feet got it.
.) (1966) senior campaign: did aU the punting for Coach George the Kansas City Chiefs
Wilson's team in 1967. He made 70 boots,and had an average has signed with the Miami Dol-

of 41.6 yards. He also set a Dolphin record when he made a phins for 1968. Larry Little,

I 70-yard punt against the New York Jets, at New York. captain of the 1966 Wildcats BYRD & SANDILANDS

won a sta ting position as a
GOLD COAST MARATHON SUNDAYThe
ookie with the San
r Diego
FISH MARKET 63&47POMUfY
roar of some 100 powerboats zooming off the starting Chargers last season. Jerry
line will excite spectators at the 20th annual Gold Coast Marathon Simmons, an all conferenceend

v,; ,. Saturday and Sunday at the Pelican Harbor Yacht Club. in 1964 signed with the
14905 N.V22nd Avenue
.' It is the most exciting race start in sports, surpassing the Pittsburgh Steelers. He was
a "running starts" at the Scoring and LeMans. automobile racesin ; traded later to the Atlanta Falcons -

that 50 craft start simultaneously in each of two flights. It is here last seainJibg Opa-Locka
a matchless spectacle. came the team's top receiver.
The 1968 Marathon will run 20 laps around a course 4.41 'John Knight, an all-conference
FRESH FISH
miles long, from the yacht Club (on the 79th Street Causeway) Wildcat in 1966 was the"player DAILY

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munity the same as the Cuban
and the white 1 1 1 1
VOICEOF community.
GeT e
They can support their own /
people to :a certain degree SUCK BLACK

Once you have a business or a sz. DOUBLE ACTION
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who makes that r% EARL'S ZEBRA LOUNGE.
COMMUNITYwith ash tray. All PATRICIA'S INC. 4400 NW 7th Avenue E. 0. CULME
they are concerned about is the. 5843 NW 17th Avenue Earl Edwards, Prop. Public Accountant
ashtrays of good quality and 6963515LORY'S Income Tax Notary
can they get a SHADDIE'S TAVERN
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FASHION SHOPS
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it. They can care less who>)> 6112 NW 7th Avenue Live Entertainment WeellendUPHOLSTERY II 5264 NW 24th Avenue
makes it or where it comes Lw4 Martin W. Smith
benefit ourselves
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1'y SS.4IlioN FOR HOUSING 1145 Air NW$400 ConditionedCBS 47th Down STREET

: 2 bedroom, big kitchen,
love, refrlg., dinette set,
tile bath,
- - big living room,
: WASHINGTON- One opponent, Rep.R.Jonas would have provided public that in extreme cases, the grading of large urban areas, mirrowed wall, garage,
'touse passed a sweeping. $5.4 (R-N.C.) warned colleaguesthat housing project tenants with family would pay only 1 per and $400 million for public drapes Ings, ,screened blinds, porch rugs,, awn tile
billion, three-year housing' long-range committments counseling in household and cent.The housing. roof. $200 down to Vets
bill, giving President Johnsona in the measure created a child care,and health and Jobs. House voted to limit Savings and local associa- $100 month pays all.
solid legislative victory.The potential $50 billion liability After passing the bill, the the program to families with tions, a major source of Call:
bill includes Johnson'snew for the government over the House muved quickly to send income not more than 30 per housing financing, wouldbe PARK MANOR REALTY,
program of Interest subsidies next 40 years. it toconferencewith e! cent above the level., varying authorized- to broaden both Broker
to help an estimated Senate. Traditionally more in each community, that sets a their investmentattractingand 751-8295
500, 000 low-income families Only one major rkuctlon hospitable to housing programs ceiling for occupancy public their lending activities.
buy homes. Proponents es- was voted by the House as it than the House, the housing.
/> pecially urged adoption of this reduced the money authorization Senate had already passed a The 280page bill providesfor
o measure on the theory it would $100 million by cuttingout subsidy program is aimed continuing existing housing
help stabllze restless com two controversial pro- especially at the helping programs as well as strikingout 5662 MAYO STREET WEST HOLLYWOOD
munities by promoting sense grams. families in the$3,000 to$7,000 in new fields.
of ownership and good upkeepof income bracket buy houses Among its money author- $300 down One FHA mortgage $62 monthly

property. One would have provided with mortgages up to$15,000in izations, all subject to later 2 bedroomsCBS
Nearly all efforts to cut interim services, such as mutareas$17,500inhlgh- actual appropriation legislation
Lot 60x100
spending authorizations in the street repalrtempoary cost areas. are $300 million for
bill were turned back during playgrounds, and improved The government would help the interest subsidy and a Tile Roof
three days of debate in which trash collection in neighbor- meet payments if they similiar amount for interest Other Extras
56 amendments were con- hoods scheduled for major amounted to more than 20 per subsidies to low-cost rental
sidered. rehabilitation. The other cent of family income. This housing, $1 billion for the 373-3304 OWNER 923-1300
would consist of absorbingsome Model Cities program de-
I Social' Security NewsThe of the interest cost, so signed to bring massive up-

new model city Social dedication ceremony: and open
Security branch office at 5225 house are planned for Sunday, .' .
NW 12th Ave.,opened< tor business July 21, at 2 p.m and invited
on June 23 the people in the communityto REALTY: BY OWNER
attend."We are an integrated -
"We are here to bring the staff of experienced social 18 units $62000 total, $25000 cash above
full range of Social Security security employees," she ad- 6% 1st
BROKER existing mtg. only $300 monthly
service closer to the commun ded, and wo're looking forwardto \)1J pay-
ments 25% net return cash investment.
on
icy says Miss DovrithLefp- meeting our new neighbors
ziger, officer-in-charjeofthe and h a v I n g them get to know OPEN 7 DAYS Building location: 14460 NW 22nd Avenue.
new facility. The office is eas]yUS." Call Mr. AltersonBy
to reach by bus or car, and The office hoursaUhe Day: 635-4595
there is plenty of parking Model City branch office are SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS By Night: 226.1481
spac e. It is located on 12th the same as the other Social Very sharp CBS at 3620 NW 179th St. Large corner -
Ave., south of 54th St., on the Security offices in the area, lot, Florida room, carport, rear patio, jalousie Brokers InvitedCARIJOW
', West side of the Grand-Way from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30: p.m., windows, awnings, FHA price 13500. $450
building. It will serve residents Monday through Friday, with down $90.10 month. (Opa-locka number 62 -3666)).

of zip code areas 33127, evening hours on Thursday,
,. 33142, 33147, and 33150. till 7:30 p.m.the telephone No. SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
Miss Leipztger said that a is 7378591.fANUBULOUS. Lovely corner 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS home. Jalousie REALTY

windows, fenced yard, pretty patio, barb
,que, wall to wall carpeting, terrazzo floors, FHA 30T4 NW 19 STREET (Broker)
price only $13,500'wlth $450 down and90.10
mo. (Oar Opa-locka number 1 Is 6243666)). 693-4772 Answer CALL 635-3177

WILL SELL FOR FHA
VALUATIONMost
OPEN SATURDAY AND SUNDAYSee CLOSED SUNDAYS TILL AFTER
beautiful 3 bedroom 2
bath, CBS, we ever
Model at listed. We can't say enough about this gorgeous LABOR DAY

<- home. Large, beautifully lands coped corner lot, FHA-CBS bedrm, 1 bath, Fla rm, cpt.$13,500,
5917 S.W. 63rd Street :Tremendous Fla room, special pump and well for $800 down, $110 mo. pays all.

sprinkler system, stove, refrigerator See at 1799 FHA-CBS, 3 bdrm, 1 bath, encl) front porch,
NW 93rd St. Call usl! FHA Price 18,500, $800
$14,950, $800 down$125 all.
mo.
3 BEDROOM BATH HOMES down, $122.21 month. The Best! pays
FHA-CBS bdrm,2 bath, Fla rm, gar., $20,500,
$1675 down, $166 mo. all.
pays
VETERANS $100 DOWNNON ';! '
NO QUALIFYING HOME AND INCOME NO QUALIFYING

VETS $400 DOWN ,Large 4'bedroom, 2 bath, CBSand, garage In back 2 BDRM, I BATH, tile rf, CBS, vynl firs, beaut.,
hat 2 apartments Location at 48 HW 48th St. is $10,850, $1200 down, $70 mo. pays all.
1 MORTGAGE FHA $85 MONTHNO ideal, near everything. Price $16,500 $3,000
,
4 BDRM, Ills BATH, Fla rm, 2 car gar., CBS,
down and $130 month. Good
buy. Live rent free!II!
CLOSING COSTS $14,500, $4.0 down, $100 mo.
3 BDRM, I BATH, tile rf, CBS, vynl I firs, gar.,
FULL PRICE $12.900 WILL SELL FOR FHA VALUATIONVery $12,500, $1200 down, $115 mo. pays all.
i beautiful 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS on lovely,
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lovely street. Huge carport, jalousie windows,
Greater Miami wall heat, built-in kitchen, new appliances, 2 TUNE IN TO JON CARLTON in the Real Estate
patios, sliding glass doors to patios. Well worth Corner, WMBM, 1490 KC, Friday 3:00: p.m. and
Realty Inc. FHA valuation $15,500$500 down and $103.57 9:00: p.m. Get Real Estate information and call
Jo see the homes.
month. Vacant, we have key!

PHONE: 444-6133
SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
Lovely 3 bedroom,2 bath CBS on l largtjandscap-!
ed 'lot, swimming pool Fla' : room, carport, tile 1
roof awning wind; wsawnings, carpeting,. stove, King Realty Inc. of Miami
refrigerator,'dishwasher..Thltdeluxd I ,dome {well ,
HOUSING REAL ESTATE LOANS ''with FHA. prIClof$17,0. 0S700down and $112.55 "Klng Size Bvys"REALTORS: 8000 NW 7th
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OPPORTUNITY KINGDOM '
EXCEPTIONAL HOME REAL SHOWPLACE!

MORTGAGE This 3 bedroom, 2 bath beauty is on 2 corner lots. CALL
Double carport, tile roof, oil heat, awnings, jal 693.2881
E ousie windows, air conditioners, large modern
FHA YA CONVENTIONAL NTERPRISE kitchen, wall to wall carpeting,
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> sprinklers, fenced. FHA price $18,500. $800 down
$118.76 month and seller pays all closing costs.


WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES..-
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YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR
$100,DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING Gorgeous 4 2 bath
bedrT' Fla room $18,500
DISPLACED IF
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2180 NW 155 TERRACE

REALTYBROKER Waterfront, 3 bedroom,2 bath, $93 month includesall.
See this deal.

,'(,- ''; 3831 NW 115 STREET

3 bedroom, 2 bath. What a buyl! See this today.
4932 NW 7tfc. Ave, ;J

4" ..?.*...VU.'.; 'f1t11 : ,
LEE ANDREW BLACK PL '.4371, : ,>\ ": ::',t OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 24 HOUR SERVICE
Licensed Mortgage Broker and Owners ; HOMES FOR AS LITTLE AS $100 DOWNWe

P Office: 5722 NW 17th Ave. ., '16000 NW 27'," 'Are.: :: '\, specialize in homes for persons being dis-,
'.. .,<. '. I,., placed in Urban Renewal
-', :j,.., 624-3666. .:"" '1, -'< area, Miami Housing
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Phone 693-0818 I -. ' Projects. Veterans call
I-! :: ; ' to see if you qualify.
J69/-6638 2300 NW 65th St.| -\ 0 'eriE enlngsltst...r' .:. :.,..... a s ') You're only a phone call away.
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HELP WANTED Go To College On Weekends
SITUATION WANTED
ADS Elderly man, moving Florida I

15 'YORDS OR LESS SI.50. wants position manager: And Earn A Degree
5C FOR EACH ADDITIONAL '.IORD hotel motel, experienced, relocate -
DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIE!! AOS TUESDAY 6 P.M. imtn !d. 4048765575Room Weekend College at Miami- tQrd y-only classes. This fall,
203; (Collect). Dade Junior College North has there will bo 33.
FOR SALE FOR SALE BOOKKEEPER experienced in been expanded to 44 courses
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; FOR SALE Students in Weekend College
accounts accounts for the fall term, according to
Beautiful CBS, 2 bedroom, 2 Duplex up and down best 6601 NW MIAMI PLACE receivable of trial Vice President Ambrose Gar taking two courses u six
payable use ledger
bath home,with Fla.room: plus buy in hours each
this area, Florida room, CBS 2 bed roo m, Fla. roo 1 nero Saturday u can
a nice; 2 bedroom CBS house, reconciliations. graduate with an Associate
garage large tile
rooms and carport, roof, oak floors
Last fall 25 classes had
$1,030: down, FHA terms large Duplex hardwood a Degree in three years plus one
floors no qualifying,$13,250, assume 1
keeping experience desirable. total enrollment of 573.
Drive by 6918 NW 5th Avenue, sensational value at $18,500 mortgage of 85.00 monthly, term. Three have already
then see Edison Realty: Real term 5 can be arranged witha buyer will get a stove,refrigerator LAB TECHNICIAN with de- The unique Weekend College graduated from South Cam-
tor, 175 NW 62nd St.,751-2441 good down payment shown and air-conditioner at. gree in lab science and/or experience plan provides a coordinated pus' Weekend College; another
-------- by appointment in laboratory equi- curriculum three are their
only. Call us sale price Hurry! Hurryl! nfSaturdayonly completing
College and career girls, office Fenster Realty (Broker) 759- Hurry! Aetna RealtyBroker), valent to degree.REGISTERED classes designed to me, tall work.
girls, teachers: ,businessmen 8779. 811 NW 54th St., Ph.757-5724 NURSES who the requirements for a two-
come to Grace's. You open 7 days. desire employment in a team year Associate Degree pro- Weekend College is particularly
will find the latest in fashions, ATTENTION I I INVESTORS approach to family health. gram. Classes for the coming designed for the industrial

originals, skirts, sweaters, We have good 5 units and 8 WASHINGTON PARK SOCIAL WORKER with M.S.W. term will include both follow- worker who is too tiredto
silks cotton, linen suits unit apartment courses for those who began attend night classes the
buildings excellent New three bedroom, one bath, and experience in family case- up ,
coats, fur coats, jackets. All investment with good carporte, FHA $750 down.See! work. Weekend College last year homemaker who can get away
like new. Now it ooly a fraction down payments excellent returns 1438 NE 152nd St. TU 87583. and courses for those just be only when the older children
of original cost. Also children's on your investmentcall (TF) If interested in any of the above ginning.Of are at home, and others who
household items: 2512 NE us for locations and all infor- positions, contactjFamlly: the 41 find it Imi-'Oss1ble or inconvenient
courses scheduled
mation. Health Center, Inc. writing to attend either weekday
2nd Avenue. 371-8372 daily Fenster RealtyBroker
30 are on the freshman
) 759-8779. to Post Office Box 663, Biscayne or evening classes.
10-6. DELUX level
DUPLEX 14 the
Annex, Miami, Fla. sophomore level.
FHA terms, $18,000 $800 33152. While a majority of the offerings -
Five apartments plus large 2 BEAUTY SHOP down, this is a custom built 2 are in the areas of Social
bedroom apartment for owner, (2 chairs) plus 2 rental units, bedroom in best area live well, Barmaids---and waitresses Science, Humanities and Natural FOR SALE
steady: income, $11,800. Cash excellent money nuker. New rent free, only 8 years old,tile Science, 10 are in police
payment down, $3,000.121 NW area perfect location Plenty roof, don't miss this. A. Ben- wanted., top Good pay.Call working after conditions 7 p.m. Science, Graphic Arts, Engineering 3 bedrooms 1809 NW, 2 41st baths Street, garage..

39th Street. of parking Runs from Streetto Kori Realtor, call anytime 681-3201. Civil Engineering, For Salei Lot 50x140 on
--- Street Drive by 1778 NW 7592425. Business Administration, and 47th St. Lots Bought & Sold.
3 bedroom CBS, built-in kit 95th Street then call us for all' (Jly 19)) Accounting. JE 81340ADDITIONS

chen, fully furnished, call informition. Fenster Dealers
Realty Maytag ringer washer.! Large Tupperware wanted. M.D.'C's Weekend Collegewas
after 5 p.m. 6353857. (Broker) 759-8779. Car
capacity. $50 good condition. necessary. Call 6930060Jly Inaugurated at the South
--. 635-8120. ( 19)) Campus then
.Am..... ,.....UJTHTTrnJ'yon..-.,._ .,._.- BEAUTIFUL DUPLEX ( the P.llm.UoCenter Florida
) in 1965 Rooms B.droomsBathrooms
HEATED FHA terms total price$13,500with : ATTENTION withsevenSaMISCELLANEOUS -

Like new 3 bedroom, 2 bath, $450 down live rent free Madison, Florida citizens if ---' Also Remoldeling
CBS Screened patio, built- rent one side. This is a love- FOR RENT you are formerly from Madi- CALL NEWBOLD
in kitchen, garage, tile roof, ly property a real bargain son, will you please call 238- 446-3122 or 532.1858
terrazzo floors, awnings, right across the street from Lovely rooms. Near NS expressway 4026 after 7:45 p.m. and ask Attractive intelligent
and busline. NiceI couple,
Santa Clara School don't miss for David. (Jly 26))
fenced yard, FHA $21,800. neighborhood. Reasonable 24 and 31 seeks friendship with
this. A. Ben-Kori Realtor cal I
dowu TUBIN Realtor ,
$1,400 price. Cooking privileges. other couples or single people., CITY OF
7906 NW 7th Avenue 691-4785 anytime 759-2425.: CHILD CARE
Ladies only. NE 5-4805. We are members of Club MIAMI BEACH
----- Infants and toddlers. Best o! 'Selest and other correspondence CIVIL SERVICEU.S.
WATERFRONT ESTATE No qualifying move right in care in my horn PL 89972.' mediums We sincerelyseek Citizenship
Modern 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS immaculate 2 bedroom}, bath 2 BEDROOM -------- similar people for happy Required
large patio, garage, built-in enclosed sleeping porch, car- House. 1431 NW 89th Street. Local j relationships please send
kitchen, over-sized fenced port tile roof, hardwood floor, Call George Rogers: 1421 NW Babysitter. references. ,,names and phone to Al Hayes Fireman 1: 512654.
Kindergarden
yard with sprinkler system, nicely furnished tool! $1600 89th St. OX 6-0573. After 5. 18. 693-0638. experience age NW 2nd Avenue, Miami, Fla. Age 2133. 20/20 vision
FHA $21,00, $1,200 down.TU- down $110 month pays every I uncorrected, minimum ht.
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BIN Realtor, 7906NW7thAve. thing. OnNW 32ndSt.near 13th 5'8", minimum wt. 145 Ibs.

6914785. Ave.Realtors Atlantic 666-0411.and Pacific. $13.00 Rooms weakly men only., 691-1820.Cooking TV Men All Ages! Restore Sex,VigorNOW Fla. driver's license. """ ,

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BUNCHE PARK-FHA $12750, Two bedroom unfurnished for the first time you can feel the action $488-$566. Age 1950. One
$400 dowu, $85.27 munth No qualifying modern CBS 2 select Northeast area,refined taking place to restore and increase Sex Vigor year exp. in body and fender
3 bedroom, tile bath, utility bedroom, bath, Florida room adults No pets for gracious work including automotive
room. Carpeting, drapes and carport, tile roof, hardwood living. Call 759-4174. and feel the difference within 5 days. spray 'painting.
stove go with the house. Tu- floor, close in town location. NO NEED FOR INJECTIONS. 100% SAFE
BIN REALTOR, 7906 NW 7th $1,000 down monthly payment Furnished Duplex also one Park Foreman I: 422538.
Avenue 6914785. arranged. Atlantic and Pacific bedroom furnished, suitable 100 TAILETS. . . . $500 (prepaid; ) Age 1855. Two yrs. exp.

Realtors 6660411. for student. Call 633-7664. PROVEN RESULTS! SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY BAD as yardman or nurseryman.Tree .

Beer and Wine Bar, living MAIL ORDER TO P.O. SOX 2684 Maintenance Foreman:
quarters also rental apart Duplex. Large bedroom>on DAYTON RESEARCH co. Miami beach, Fla. 13140 422538. Age 2150. Two
ment, owner 8191 NW 22nd each side. A beauty. Nice lo- Refined young lady with child yrs. exp. trimming. spraying -
Avenue. cation. FHA $17,500. Don't wants to share her apartmentwith topping and removing.
---- (Jly 26)) miss this one. Tremendousvalue. another woman. Call 11 to MALE LAUNDRY HELP
Build a business of your own Drive by 820 NW 60th 7585198.. Clerk Typist: 348444.
exceptional opportunity for Street. Then call us, Fenster Loaders, pullers, extractor operators. Good Age 1755. 40 wpm' typing.

growing Income with fast repeat Realty, Broker, 759-8779. Nice 1 bedroom for couple$20 wages. Production bonus. Excellent com Apply Personnel Depart

customer service for informative week. Will sell for $100 down pany benefits, paid vacation, permanent job. mint Miami Beach, City

inter view call, T. L. 3 bedroom, 2 bath beauty in NE 5-5566. Must be 18 or over. Apply in mornings. No Hall prior, 1130 to 4iOO Washington p.m. Monday Ave.

King 6336682. North Shore area. Hardwood phone calls please.Ask for Mr. Findley, National through Friday.
--- (Jly 26)) floors, garage. 75 x 100 lot Furnished room, for workingor Linen Service, 1950 NW 1st Avenue.
Carol City. Large 3 bedroom, beautiful landscape. FHA or retired. Private entrance.No .
2 bath. By owner, no qualify conventional. Drive by 1120 cooking. $9 woek. 6333109or .

ing. $1,000 down. 9496992. NW 89th Street. Then call us 6351078.

---- for all information. Fenster .
1763 NW 82nd STREET Realty, Broker 759-8779. Room for a respectable clean FEMALE LAUNDRY HELP
2 bedroom Lome,plus large lot lady in private home 691-0425
$10,000 for both. Excellent Flat work, feeders, folders. Good wages.

terms. call for Information, Apartment for steadily employed Excellent company benefits. Paid vacation,

Fenster Realty, Broker 759- 7517 NW 4th Avenue single man only. Ref permanent job. Production bonus. Must be 18 PAN AMERICAN

8779. Gorgeous 3 bedroom 2 bath, erences. $11.50 week. 121 NW or over. Apply in mornings. No phone calls

tile roof, oak floors, modern 39th Street. please. National Linen Service. 1950 NW WORLD AIRWAYSThe
built- in kitchen, central air-
DUPLEX 1st Avenue, Ask for Mr.
LIKE NEW $16,900 conditioned and heat, carpet, Unfurnished 3 bedroom house Findleyrrrrramrrrr.arrtaeraorrrrr. t,
World's Most
NORTH MIAMI BEACH AREA drapes, dishwasher, sprinkler $60 monthly, adults only 635-
LIVE RENT FREE system and more .- Total 7213.345 NW 24th Street. Experienced NOWHIRINQSTEWARDESSES Airline
CALL BETWEEN9and FHA $22,500 only $1,500

MU 8 4088 Mrs. S. down No closing costs- Vets Lovely efficiency. Furnished, HELP WANTED :
$1000 down $145 monthly including all facilities $16.00
let us qualify you now! Aetna week. 350 NW 6th Street. 371- i
To All
Fly
$350 DOWNFHANO Realty (Broker) 811 NW 54th 2019.
CLOSING COSTS I St. 811'NW 54thSt., phone 757- ----- : FIRST FEDERAL Six ContinentsMust

1396 NW 60th STREET 5724, open 7 days.FANTASTIC. 1 bedroom unfurnished apart SAVINGS .d 4It.

Lovely 3 bedroom'CBS, corner ment. $20 weekly Feaster ROOSEVELT OFFICEr 21. Height be single 5,3"minimum to S'9 age,'.

lot. Hurry this will sell fast. Realty, 759-8779. SAVINGS OFFICER Weight LOS to 140 Ibs. Good
Allapattah Realty, 6330426. --- health. Good vision. Must
3 bedrooms furnished single be high school graduate.
,
i CBS 3 bedroom, 2 bath, carport
men only. 11411/2 NWlst PI. .4. Knowledge ol a foreign
$500 DOWN FHA
fenced
air-conditioned, .
Type wpm, previous language.
NO CLOSING COSTS \ wall to wall carpet, Side entrance
yard, I office experience re-. MIAMI INTERVIEWS

Lovely 1460 home NW 38th lots.STREET Allapattah 500;would total you price believe! Only$350downVets FHA $11- 1 bedroom furnished apart 1 quired. Good startingsalary. Wednesday, July 24

Realty, 6330426. ( and 221 people pay only ment. 1027 NW 95th St. Very I Liberal fringe For Interview appointment
convenient to bus. C a 11 696- I
benefits.
i$100 down) monthly $76.99- 631.2118t
$350 DOWN FHA This is a first come first 9197. I' Telephone 373-2553 I Pan Am

5900 NW 5th Avenue served bring money today : additional, information An Equal Opportunity tmpltyirA
) I have a nice clean room for
Lovely 2 bedroom CBS, air- : !III! !Aetna RealtyBroker A Plan for Progress
condioned, Fla rom 811 NW 54th St. Ph. 757-5724 j single nun or couple. 696- I CompanyCLASSIFIED
7 days. 4)22. - - rr.arrrrrrrrrt.rrrr
Allapattah Realty, 6330426. open




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