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:mt; While standing a moderate 5'9", the/ c/eec/s of Henry W. Daniels In j J. ROY WILKINS MRS. M. L. KING, JR. REV. RALPH ABERNATHY

':::;: the Boy Scout movement here m Dade/ County make him stand out like a :::J! :
.::::::; giant. :::::III GOP Platform Committee
t:: Daniels has served as Scoutmaster of Troop 79, St. John Baptist ::: J

: ; Church for the post 12 years. His excellent leadership has inspired two 11 r

::1::: members of his troop to earn the coveted Eagle Scout Bac/ge.His troop received ;::1:III To Hear Top Leadership
::::::; National Camping Awards in 1966 and 1967. While/ serving on the ::::
';:j:: Organization Extension Committee of the South Florida Council Coun ::1j: -

::::::: cil he played major role in the organization of Troop 476 at Douglas :::::::::. National excitement over Whitney Young of the Na- cerned Afro-American Republicans
11;1 Elementary School and was co-organizer of a Cub Pack and Scout Troop 111t: the coining Republican Na- tional Urban League will be the .
;:::::: at Friendship Baptist Church. ::::;;::: tional Convention has tended first to testify before the SubCommittee Other invited speakers include
1:1::::1 In addition to his work in scouting, Daniels is an orcainecceacon at ;111:::j::. to hide the other important on Equal Oppor- : Mrs. Coretta King
'4 >:::,: event taking place in Miami in Urban Society on widow of the late Dr. Martin
:::: St. John Baptist church where he serves as clerk. He is Commander of ::1:: tunity an '
.;::1::; John Griffin Post 165, American Legion; a member of the Board of Direc 1:1::::i1: Beach starting July 29. Monday, July 29.Young will be Luther King, Jr.; Roy Innis,

i:1::;:: tors, Ecumenical Development, Inc.; and a member of the Special Advisory ::1::;:::; For four days, the Republicans Dr followed Thomas later W. Matthew on that day,head by' acting Farmer head former of CORE head ;of James CORE
::1::::1 Committee of the United Fund's Special Youth Project. ::
1:1j:::::: will beholding open hearIngs of the black economic development and currently Congressional
:::::::: A native of Jacksonville, Florida; a former printer and classroom :::::::::: onthelr plat m.This group, known as the National : candidate from Brooklyn New
;::;t teacher, Daniels is Community School Director of Booker T. Washington ::1:1::|:::1 ji= year, the GOP bas invited a Economic Growth and York; and Arthur Fletcher,
:::::::: Junior High School. :::::::: broad sampling of black Civil Reconstruction Organization GOP Candidate for Lt.Gover- '\.
::3:;: Rights activists to testify be. (NEGRO). nor in the state of
.!i.i;.:.:.:.:.::1:.:.:.:.:.:n::.:.::1 1:1::ll::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:..;1;.:.:.;.;.;.;l;.;.;1.1;.;.;1;.;';.;.;::.::1;.;;'@;.:.:ffj:1::;[::.1:1:::::il: :::::::1:::j:1:1::::::1::::1:::;::::1:1: ::::i fore its Platform Co mmtttee. On Tuesday, July 30, the Washington.'l

(& Rev Ralph David Abernathy of All.hearings will take place ,}
rDo SCLC wil|. \testify followed by at. the'Ffatainebleau Hotel, f
i Dade's Urban RenewalProgram .l Roy Wilkins oftheNAACpandrepresentatives site'' of the Convention head- -
;t Delay Model ti sTile from theConPower quarters.The .


: Suffers

r effort to delay,the Model Cities program by,two Dade. Struggle
[kblack'acUvlstsrArcbie, Hatdwtckand'Bernard Dyer, is one
: Severe Setback jwalch'will'; serve to damage rather than help the, program. 1
IpThe program designed to help upgrade the conditions
jof'the residents of the nine-square*mile area iff northwest Threatens Model
Dad e' s urban renewal program It would have been FHA's J3ado County iJ nearing completing of its planning year The !
suffered a major setback first venture into slum re- .next I
four years will be devoted to implementation of the operational
last week when the Federal novation here. stage of the program. '
Housing Administration "I hope we can workout { However, If wo are to,listen to the demands of Mr, Dyer Cities Program
fused to underwrite what would something where we can provide .
?and Mr. Hardwick the program would be delayed a year -As
have been the first housing it;" Wilcox said. bfodel'Cfee Director Cordon Johnson rotated out, there is.
project J in the long-barren "I don't feel good about this no assurance"the $5,4 million',awarded Dade for initial'open;; I);ide's Model City programhas governing board will
renewal area. at all. I feel almost like two atioaal costs would be forthcomlng.il the'Dade program: wasia ".1 come under attack by two have veto power over the professional
Billy Wilcox, regional FHA years went down the drain.' 'fact'delayed a.year, ,'. viT I leading black activists in the staff of the program,
director, said he personally Design of the apartments Liberty City Brownsvillearea. but Dyer and Hardwick s a 1 d t
Tbougfa .we,agree wholeheartedly that,there should be efJectlve :;;
the 47 town- was approved when the mort- there is not sufficient time for
rejected proposed
,cjtteea participation i the t nm(Hiat( aced lor,,thk prod'
house units because they were gage interest rate was about r fraaT: fet etceeds the, demands' ,to detey &e pragram/.{ However, Model Cities di- the citizens to become involved -
'overlydeslgnedandtooex- 6 per cent, he said. rector Gordon Johnson warnedthe since the elections will be
Tfcoagfe.tbey: may have been sincere JlfU1eko effort to de,
pensive. But by the time the contract r : effort by Bernard Dyer of held Aug. 4. The board will
The housing advisory board was awarded toApgarand pa..o the Liberty City Community hold its first meeting two days

and staff of Metro's Department Markham Construction serve to harm the program,and perhaps cause irreputable .I Council and Archie Harwick, later.
HousingandUrban Co. and final plans were dfnwge to,it. ; I., executive director of the The federal Department of1'
Development appeared stun- worked out, the rate had gone '- James E. Scott Community Housing and Urban Development
Let's' get on with the election Aug.,.4 and perhaps Dadewill'become _
ned when informed of Wilcox's up to its present 63/4 per a'leader the developait of the Model Cities'Carroll's Association, could be permanently has set October 1 as the
decision. cent, Wilcox told the board.In < >' '. '. / l '' .* V < >fV* stopped if delayed a deadline for the submission'
They invited him to a special addition constructioncost !!2'v. : /I'\ii.?':;, ; : year as suggested by the ac- a detailed plan of upgrading theninesquare
meeting today (Thursday)to have gone up, forcingan tivists. mile area.
: explain and Justify the rejection. increase in rents to payoff Appointee "It might very well put us Dide was one of the first 63 ,
the mortgage. out of business," he said. communities chosen to parti-
The poor people would not "After all, the program is cipate in the Model Cities pro ,
The project had been hailed be affected greatly by the increase over a five-year period and if gram. Several months ago a
because it was considered exceptionally since federal funds Removed From BoardGeorge we try and do in four yearswhat $5.4 million grant for the first
attractive and be- would pay up to 70 per cent other communities are year's operation of the pro
cause it was to be managedbyachurcbsponsored of each tenant's rent. Smith, charged with Smith was out of office as soon doing in five years, it might gram was approved by the fed-
corporation extortion last May, has been as he was named to the post kill the Model Cities programin eral government.
e, which planned to pro sitting illegally as a member by the Metro Commission on Dade."
ride residents wtih social ser PIPELINEWatch of the county's Zoning Appeals Carroll's recommendation.The Dyer and Hardwick are "If we delay the program,as
f vices.Wilcox Board, It was learned this State Attorney's office leading a move to display the Mr. Dyer and Hardwick would '
said he decided not for Miami Police i, week. filed charges May 1 against program for a year to get more have us do, the $5.4 million
to approved financing when his Sgt. Louis F. Duty to be could be Jeopardized," John-
j 4 Smith was named to the ZAB Smith and Alberto Santigo, a citizen participation.
t staff reported that rents of up named Nagro the lieutenant city' second I I by his Insurance companyi cafe employe, charging attempted son said. "Everyone seems to
soon.i
to $175 for the largest units Duty, who was the loading* partner: Metro Commissioner extortion of$200 and They claimed most of the think the money that tbey'vealready
. would be required to make the scorer In the Civil Sorvlco I EarlCarroll, on June 18. added a second charge "com- residents of the Model Cities approved will be waiting -
project economically feasible. \ examination for police I I Carroll said Tuesday, "Ididn't pousingthe felony" by accepting area have never heard of the for us"evan if we delay this
to lieutenant, received the know he was under the program and therefore elections program.
"We were trying provide j any money.
of 91.4 In the
j" top score Johnson said there
the best design possible for written test. Some 63 officers ) charges.: Metro ordinaces' say any to a governing board now was no
t1 poor people," be said. | took the exoIII, but "His attorney Carroll county board member charged are premature.More guarantee Dade would receivethe
1 "Perhaps we approved too only 20 passed. Though | said," told me Smith was 'aU with a felony by state or federal $5.4 million if there werea
good a design." 4 4'Tin the written exam was clear.' after a pair of grand officials shall auto- than 80,000(95% Ne- year's delay in the operational -
f not going to build a several weeks ogo, It's a larceny and stolen goods matically be suspended until gro) people live In the Model phase of the program.
slum, that's for sure, but r not little been, surprising promoted Duty yet.has Is I charges had been dismissed in final disposition of the case. Cities area, which Is boundedby Some sources hinted that the
.: can't give them what we think Chief Walter Headley trying a peace Justice court.TbeattorDelwasun. County offlclaslhowever, the Airport and North-South activists may seek a court injunction
,' they ought to have and come ( to block the promotion ? | were not aware of charges expressways, and NW 79th St. to stop the governing -
out economically." i available for comment. at the time of the appointment.) and the Hialeah city limit board elections on Aug. 4. ,


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I Republicans h.'crease. Black Participation At convention. I


Black representation- at the as Te mporary Chairnwaof post, In either Party, Brooke islation; Improved welfare the state of Washington.black candi-Flet- convention; with ana complete platform headquarters hearings
first
29th National GOP Convention, their national convention.As will preside over all opening system; education; and job- date cher to is run the for such a high office set up in the Fon--
set for Miami Beach, August sessions of the convention plus training programs
one of the must active on GOP ticket this year. tainebleau Hotel, to providefull
of all state delegations. -
double the the seating
5-10, is nearly freshman senators in Wash- services andassistancetoall
and As of July 16, the official
numbar of Negro delegates bla
kpersons
ington, Brooke has been working Monday, July 29 attendance
Starting on
black
tally of represen-
alternates in 1964. GOP
,, effectively all this year on The Platform Hearings, through Thursday August 1, tatives attending the conven- at Miami Beach.
r ? The Minorities Div
several projects which have take in the Platform subcommitteeon 26 islon will
which will also place tion was 78. Of this number
benefitted "the brother"both also have daily Press Briefings
in an Urban
Equal Opportunity and 52 are alternates -
Miami during the week before are delegates
and for the black
here in America! in Africa. will hear such dispatches;
Society
convention, will have a .
black witnesses as: James plus (2) receptions for the
large numter of nujor repre- National press and other black participants
Whitney The Republican
Innis
But the chairmanship of the Farmer; Roy ; I
convention is probably one of sentatives from black organi- Young; Roy WIlkins and the Committee's Minorities Divi- and a special telephone"News"
his greatest achievements to zations, testifying on such important Reverend Ralph D. Abernathy; sion, under the direction of hook-up for the na-
date. The first black man in topics as: housing;enforcement plus Arthur Fletcher, GOP Clarence L. Townes, Jr., will tion's 200all-Negroradiosta-
modern time; to hold such a of civil rights leg- candidate for Lt. Governor in also be in attendance at the tions.
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AN OPEN LETTER toBLACK
In addition, as part ofa ma-
jor over-all effort by the Partyto
push for an equal voice for AMERICA
black people within the two- : ;,,: .
party system, the Republicanshave
nominated Senator
Edward W. Brooke (R. Mass.)

Rarely has the black voter been faced with the kind of

AlumniPresident decision that he is currently being asked to make. From

now until August 7th, he is being urged to support Nelson

A. Rockefeller or Richard Nixon as Republican Presidential

nominee for the Presidency of the United States.

It is a non-contest decision.
Kicks OffDrive
'Black Republican voters, black Democratic voters, black

Independent voters want the Republican Party to nominate

Governor Rockefeller. By the decision that is made on

August 7th in Miami, black voters will know-beyond any

elected Dr. Johnny national Jones president, newly of doubt-whether the Republican Party has finally and cal-

the Bethune-Cooktaia College lously rejected their interests or whether it has rededicateditself

Alumiil Association met with to the principles on which it was founded.
the Daytona Beach Chapter
during a reorganization meeting There is no question about the longtime commitment of ,
this week and kicked off a .. \\
Nelson Rockefeller to meeting the needs and aspirations ;
$50,000 campaign for a swim- ," ,
ming pool tobeadded tothe of black people throughout the world. He is by far the

physical education program at better man. He can win the Presidency. Most importantly,

Bethune- Cookman College, he has never turned his back on our segment of America.His .
the funds are to be collectedthis identity with our cause is clear, consistent and un
year.
Dr. .Jones, a Miami Junior deniable. Beyond this, he is a man for all the people,
high school principal, an- speaking in one voice to one nation. As Governor Rocke-

nounced also the eliminationof feller himself has said: "For each group in our nation may

regular dues by alumni have its special wants. But none has special rights. Each
members. He said,"I want: you
to ledge a gift and follow has particular needs. But none has particular privileges."

through." In an effort create
life in the Bethuie-Cookman If the Republican Party does not nominate Nelson Rocke-

College national alumni association feller, it will have lost perhaps for all times the supportof

Dr. Jones said he will the one group of people who once looked on the Partyas
be available to visit local
its greatest friend.
chapters many location to

promote the goal and ideals of Now is the time for our voices to be heard-louder and
Beth une-Cookm1n College
graduates. clearer than ever before. Now is the time for black men

Dr. Jones, a 1955 graduate, and women throughout the Nation to let it be known that
has done graduate work in pub- the Republican Party must nominate Nelson Rockefeller.Now .
lic school administration and
is the time for action:
guidance at Florida AlMUnt-
versity State University of
; We must let our neighbors know.
New York; MiamlUnlversity
of Ohio: ; South Carolina State We must let our newspapers know.

College; University of Minnesota We must let our delegates know.

and Temple University. We must let our leaders know.
He was awarded the Masterof

Education Degree in Educa- We must let America know the great risk it takes if the
tion at University of Idaho,
1964. In June 1966 he received Republican Party shuts the door in the faces of its black
the Doctor of Philosophy citizens. Let the Party know that it must nominate Nelson

Degree in School Administration Rockefeller.
at University of Idaho.
The Charles R Drew Jun .
.
ior high school principal is a
memter of numerous organi- Atty. Edward F. Bell Mr. Algia GaryPittsburgh Dr. M. L King, Sr Rev. Leonard Smalls Rev. Paul F, Thurston "';.' .
zations, Phi Delta Kappa Na- Detroit, Mich. Pa. Atlanta, Ga. Philadelphia, Pa. New York, N. Y.
.
tional Educational Honorary; i
National Council of Teachersof Rev. Andrew J. Brown Justice Ben L Hooks Dr. D. E. King Rev. Nelson Smith Dr. Wyatt Tee Walker
English; Kappa Alpha Psi Indianapolis, Ind. Memphis, Tenn. Chicago, III. Birmingham, Ala. New York, N.Y. ,
Fraternity; Young Democratsof ,. ."+
America and the Dade Mr. Edward Davis Rev. Odie Hoover Lt. George W. Lee Mr. William Stewart The Most Rev. William J. Walls
County Association of Secon- Detroit, Mich. Cleveland, 0. Memphis, Tenn. Chicago, III. Yonkers, N.Y. ",:.'{
dary Principals ('
Lou Dotson Rev. Herbert W. Jones Dr. Sandy F. Ray ,Dr. Wilbur Strickland
He was the recipient of the. Atty. Betty Atty. James E. Woodson ,..' j
following awards and certificates Chicago, III. Chicago, III. Brooklyn, N.Y. Philadelphia, Pa. Topeka, Kans.

: Two certificates for Mr. James Farmer Mr. John A. JonesSt. Rev. H. P. Sharper Mrs. Edna Thomas Dr. Murphy C. Williams "Y
Creative "Excellence New York, N.Y. Louis, Mo. Newark, N.J. Philadelphia, Pa. Denver, Colo.
in Poetry,"Bethune-Cookmya
Colleee: Florida State Scho- ,
larship; 1952-55; NDEA Fel-
lowship in Guidance, 1961-62; Governor Rockefeller needs your help. Call or write Rockefeller for President, 50 W. 44th St., New York, N. Y. 10036.

and NDEA Doctoral Fellowship Paid for by Rockefeller. President, 50 W. 44th St., New York, N. Y.1iIIITJTiU1Ili1 .
in SchooIAdministration, . , , '
1963-65.. . .- , .,
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GOP To Have Black Radio J local Alumni Boosts Dr. Leonard

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News""OJ" '1 Service. At Convention..>" ....,,, Spearman For fAMU PresidentLocal

In a major effort to reach all vision of the Republican Na- all of them will take advantageof Psychology and Director of
elements of the black I community tional Committee, "The News our News line hook-up." FAMU alumni mere Developmental Services at '
Feedline will mike it for bers are boosting LeonardH.
the
Republican Na- easy
Stations wishing to nuke a Southern University in Baton y
tional Committee will have a black programmed radio sta- O. Spearman for president
pickup of the News Service Rouge, Louisiana.Dr. .
,
direct telephone hook-up tions to let their audiencesknow Florida A&MUniversity.
which will be changed 3 times Spearman has had many
from what be Dr. Spearman is an alumnusof
its Miami Beach Convention will taking placeat
daily do 305 articles published in national
may so by dialing
and a nationallyknown
headquarters to the the GOP Convention. All FAMU
na-
most of them fo-
531-0345. They pay only for publications,
educator and psycholo-
tion's 250 all-black radlosta- services will be free of
telephone call The service Qusing on reading disability
He has had extensive
gist.
tions. charge "and while station
; any
will begin on Monday, July 29 and Intellectual characteristics -
and in the
l may call stated Townes training experience
,
This latest instance of fast, "all tapes will be designed{ to cover the very important improvement of academic of Negro students. His

modern communications has specifically for the black com platform hearings.The achievement of culturally deprived primary research contribu-
l
tions include a paper,"Analy
been uniquely dubbed students.
The
munity. job of gathering and editing sis of test scores and retarded -
News Feedline "Since know all of the 200 :
we the news tapes will be readers to the
According to Clarence or so stations beaming to the handled by Leon Perry, former A native of Tallahassee,Dr. I American, presented Educational Re-
L Townes,Jr.,Special Assis- black comm I1ltty will not be Radio news director for Spearman taught Lincoln search Association and a
tant to N%t ton a 1 Comin'ttee able to send representativesto KATA St. Louis and now amember High School in that city and at ollie
"pr analysis techniquefor
Chairman, Ray C. Bliss and Miami," concluded Townes, of the Minorities DI- FAMU (1950-1954) before accepting I J. .r' -"',.. ., diagnosing reading disability -
director of the Minorities Di- "we fully expect that almost vision Staff. an appointment at the DR LEONARD SPEARMAN Ph. D. thesis.

University of Michigan. Dur- . Boosted for president Presently he and his staff at
ing this period he studied with
Southern University are involved -
and was associated with some Since that time, Dr. Spear-
in "action' designed
plans -
Black Students Won'tTake of the countrys most emjnent man has participated ina postdoctoral to raise the achievement -
psychiatrists and educators.He .
institute at Beloit
level of students in culturally -
I completed his master of College supported by the National deprived areas of
arts and doctoral studies at the Science Foundation.
Louisiana. Further, the focusof
Racism of PastA Unversity of Michigan. Currently, he is Professor of the Bureau of Develop-

mental Services of which he is
director is Toward the elimi-
Washington educator tolda mend programs and activitiesthe of institutions where there Beach Employees Meet nation of deficiencesinthe

National University Exten- NUEA may act upon na- ain't no black mn nowhere," basic skill subjects so that
sion Association Saturday that tionally and r eg i onally"to he said, deliberately emphasizing freshman students maybe able
"we are in serious trouble in recommend to its groups for the wrong gram-air.: Monday On UnionProspective to compete academically at a
our country" in terms of ra- action. level commensurate with their

cism. Indians, Mexican Americans He said that"you can't really more able peers.
members of the least 600
people at this meet-
Tm convinced," said Dr. and Puerto Ricans were know He has always been actively
what it's
like being Ne-
American Federation of State
ing. Rev.Jesse Jackson will be
John B. Ervin, dean of adult mentioned from the various in involved in professional organizations
gro our society unlessyou've County and Municipal Employees of the
one speakers also
PJ.
continuing education at Wash- areas. But the talk centered some of which
lived it. Even now peo- are having a meetingMond.1y ClampA, one of the union of-
ington University, "that black mainly on Negro-white programs Rho Phi
Sigma Sigma Delta
ple tell men'You've got it ,
29 at 4 30 ficials
July ; p.m. will also have a local
students in universities .
now made.' But you'd be surprised at 955 Alton Rd., Miami Beach. Kappa, Psi Chi, Pi Gamma Mu,
are not going to take what Dr. Ervin, said he recently how speaker who has not been picked the American Educational Re-
people in m office
my colleagues took in your spent four days on the Berke- :/ All City Employees in group at this time.Since the work- search Association, National
waiting to see me and having
No. 2 and 3 invited
are being
universities," he said.It ley "listening to pre- white ers in Tampa won their strike, Council on Measurement andA
through
gone secre-
my and to attend. This
urged
was one of the meetings liminary reports of education taries the local group has had good PA are included.Dr. .
react when I finally
is to inform the
preceding the group's 53rd an- looking at prejudice patterns walk out. meeting employees success on the Beach and quitea and Mrs. Spearman are
to what the union
nual conference which began in our society,and I came away as few people are now helping'' presently residing in Baton
Monday.He from that meeting very dis- "All of a sudden they don't can do for them on Miami to sign other employees. The Rouge with their three sons,

turbed.; have any problem V he said Beach. employees hope to get at least Lynn V., Leonard Jr.and 1
told the 40 men and wo- There will be speakers from 35 cents per hour across the
He urged educators not to Charles M. The youthful appearing 1
educators who attended The Washington educa- "seek out the perfect" Negrofor Washington and A11 ant a,and board, plus an annual bonus. (39 years of age)can -,
ti the pre-conference meeting tor said that persons there, the job; but"get, him 1)11- Sam Gyson, will be the M.C. This should be the largest didate has some sound and innovative ;
on race relations that "it is talking of their work, "said fore he's perfect and help There are now over 400 meeting of City Employees plans for the continued -
your reponsibility to deal with that what we get more than make him t o become part of cards signed at this time and black and white on Miami growth'andprogress of his
the problem frontally." anyone else out of these ses- the team." the group is hoping to have at Beach. Alma Mata, FAMU.

The group met to discuss sions. .
conclusions on adult educationof "The problem is really over Members from campuses --- --- -

the recent Kerner Report. in the white society and( your across the country, including
Itvoted to ask the NEUA responsibility Is to deal withit Rutgers, Southern Methodist, FOR THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMMODATIONSAT

president, during the confer- frontally," he said. Universities of Delaware,Oklahoma MODERATE RATES-CALL t;,
ence, to set up atasV force"to "I certainly don't assume Maine, Maryland,
explore the pressing national that every institution: have a Missouri, California, and Vir- '

issue of racism and recom- black dean. But there are a lot ginia State College. BONDED ,.* !



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KENTUCKY STATE COLLEGE ALUMNI ORGANIZES LOCAL CHAPTER 605 NW 7th Terrace, Ft. Lauderdale JA 4-3357

Seated left to right, Mrs. Leota Goodwin, Miss Harriett Styles, W. H. 1163 NW 3rd Avenue FR 3-8416

Goodwin, Mrs. Edna Ammons and Mrs. Pauline Green. Standing, J. Roscoe 3801 Grand Avenue, Grove HI 5-1381
Chambers Charles Burrows Herbert Ammons Donald Hylor Nathaniel Stubbs
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512 NW 1st Ave., Hallandale WA 7-2434
William C. Buleyand Robert H.Thompson. shown Miss Jacqueline Robinson
Hammondville Rd.
Pompano WI 3-2434
Mrs. Ella Chipman and Mrs. O'Neil McGrew.Mr. .

W.. H. Goodwin, public relations director, Kentucky State College met ,
HON. L. L. BROOKS President
with a group of Kentucky State graduates on July 18 and organized the South

Florida Alumni Chapter Kentucky State College Alumni Association. Officers GEORGE P. HARTH, General Manager

. for the chapter will be elected at a meeting to be held at the James E. CHARLES A. LOCKHART, Public Relations Director

Scott Community' Center, 4901 NW 7th Avenue, July 28 at 5 p.m. Any person

I, who has attended Kentucky State College and is interested is invited to be . If I am to enjoy a better lift, others must live better too." L. L. BrooksT

present at this meeting.

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$80,000 To Feed Bayard ;.


24,000 Hungry Is CheapAN Rustin J.- '# f_ I

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Off ices 6530 NW 15th Ave, Miami, Flo. 33147-Phon.1 691.0421 .
EDITORIAL '... \
H. e. SIGISMUND REEVES. Editor and Publisher '

GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor Again. Dade must assunn the burden of a program designedto Speaks ... fI-.

STANLEY I.... SWEETING, Theatrical Editor help the county's poor. TIle Food Stamp plan, which is ex- j.
pected to benefit som 24,000 welfare recipient,will cost the "
National I
Advertising Representative county $80,000 in administrative costs.
'
IS THE NEGRO VOTE
Amalgamated Publisher, I Inc: IRREVELENT?
310 Madison Avenue New"Vorlc, N. Y. 10017 The program will replace the present surplus commodities
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association program, which will give the underprivileged an opportunityto The right to vote and the exercise of that right have always

2400 S. Michigan Avenue, Chicago, III. 60616 purchase more nourishing food, and will contribute to the been two of the major concerns of the Negro struggle: One

SUBSCRIPTION RATES general economy of the community.In has been demanded as an indispensable of full and equal citi-

ONE YEAR 55.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 zenship and the other has bsen urged as one of the chief instru-
every other of the 40 states with similar programs:, tha
and influense: within tte
political power Anurl-
Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post state government pays the costs. Only in Florida are things meats of Negro theexlstenceofthe
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 different--thanks to a penny pinching state Welfare Depart- can power complex. Assumhg right to
ment. vote, it is the exercise of the right: which is m re im.ortant
"CREDO
OF THE NEGRO PRESS"The
NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead The county is carrying in excess of $7 million of annual for without it Negroes cannot hope to mike the American system
the world from racial and national antagonism when it accords costs that should be carried by the state.We wonder when the respond positively to their presence let alone to their
to.v.ry man regardless of his race creed or color his human
and legal rights. Hating no man, searing no mon-the Negro state of Florida going to assume 11 s responsibility and needs.In .
Press strives to h.lp give relief to the burdened Dade taxpayer.
every man In the firm belief that all men some already-over
case all of this has been why the drive to win voting
are hurt as long at anyone Is held back. any ,
But no matter who pays, let's do\aythe food stamp pro-
for Negroes in the Sou'h and to overcome historic patterns
gram. Because no matter what, the people are still Iuiry. rights
of Negro voting apathy in the North engaged so muh' of
And $80,000 is a small price tositisfy the hunger pings of
'it ditr'eae aa 24,000 people. the energies of the civil rights coalition betwoea 1955 and 1955.


The w'dentn of the franchise in the South, as a direct result
OUR BUILDING PROGRAMWith
TIMES SALUTE of the civil rights crusade, has already resulted in the

the coming of our Model Cities and other building pro dramatic increase of Negro officeholders in local and State
Today, the second in a special series of Miami Times salutes -
should become more in that area the largest number of Negroes to
grams Dade County undoubtedly an even governments
appears on page 1.The salute is to honor some of Dade'scitizens
attractive site for tourists and other visitors. who have done an outstanding Job in the community, participate in Sojthern legislative activity since the Recon-
The following figures make interesting reading: struction. Voting apathy at the lcr..al1evel in the North has not
above and beyond the call of duty. Toall recipients of the salute -
In 1968 building permits total $220 million, an Increase of our heartiest congratulations and thanks from grateful yet been entirely overcome, as evidenced by the fact that in a
$78,000 over 1967. In Miami, 1298 apartment permits have Community city like Newark: here! Negroes are in the majority they play

been issued this year compared to 499 in 1967. little or no part in the administration of the city's affairs. The

The purpose of the Model Cities program is to make the picture in some areas,however, is more encouraging: The re

neighborhood a better place in which to live, construction of cent election of Carl Stokes and Richard Hatcher in Clevelandand

physical facilities and the bringing together of many social in Gary indicate the latent power of the Negro electorate

activU s. To Be Equal when they register, when they are motivated, and when they

There are some opposers, but in a free country, there will actually vote.
always: be differences of opinion.CORPORATION.

bf Whitney M. Young: Jr.ExecuttveDlrectorNational. With all the historic limitations,however, it is at the na-

COMMISSION tional level at which the Negro vote has distinguished itself

Urban League with a maturity and intelligence of judgmentanda determination -
President Johnson has named a commission that has called -- to make itself felt. The black vote played a crucial part

for creation of a special corporation to operate the nation's l in the election of. John Kennedy in 1960 and led the landslide

postal service and elimination: of all political jobs in the mail Training In Sensitivity Needed in favor of Lyndon Johnson in 1964. It is true that neither of

service. these candidates did all they should!: have done to achieve equal

The commission on Posta 1 Organization headed by relations rights, but it is also true that their administrations led a nv:re
Police-community
the
Frederick R. also recomlanded the are among most sensitive
Rappel, postal corporation -
and conscientious attack the obstacles in the
areas in American life. The Kerner Comintesioa vigorous upon W1of
pointed out
itself establish mall rates
to veto
subject only by Con-
how the attitudes of some policeman in the ghetto can create Negro freedom than all previous administrations since the
gress. tense situations Reconstruction.

All officials and others who coma into contact with the pub-
POWELL COMES BACK lic -- and that includes business leaders and personnel people Equally important, the election of Kennedy and Johnson
'meant the repudiation of candidates who were by and large unfriendly
-- need a greater awareness of what it
means to be poor and
Former Congressman the Rev. Adam Clayton Powell who what it means to be black in a racist society. even hostile, to the conduct:and objectives ot the N!-
has been living at BiminI, Bahamas for some time, made a
gro struggle candidates: who, had they been elected, may
visit to New York and occupied his pulpit at theAbbyssinian very well have repressed the spirit of that struggle, stifled
Covina, a town in California has
a program that helps
Baptist Church he had pastored for He receiveda po
warm welcome. many years. licemen to better understand people's feelings. Police recruits its Just demands for change, and encouraged the growth of a

were sent to the nearby tow of Riverside and booked climate which would have annulled any further liberal concern
as felons
Rev. Powell told his he ,
congregation was free to come and
then put into the "tank" for the night. with the problems and aspirations of Negroes.
go as he pleased. He mentioned an assassination conspiracy
saying "I ain't got long to stayhere" and don't weep for me. Others were given $3 to buy a complete clothing outfit, and
He had been given a 30-day extension of his parole to come to sent to spend time on Skid Row, drinking wine and sleeping in While every bit of militance is to be encouraged in the Ne-
New York. flop-houses. Still others were dressed as hippies and they gro movement, particularly when that militance addresses itself -

Speaking about an assassination conspiracy against anyone stayed In hippie hangouts. to the kind of political action which would make the American

trying to help black people,he said began with Abraham Lincoln process responsive to the needs of black people, there have
continued the They were stopped by policeman frisked been instances in the past when militants" have,by their ad-
through slaying of Robert Kennedy. Don't arrested, and
weep for me, weep for this nation and the community. booked. They learned first-hand about the terror that strikes vice, led Negro voters to act contrary to that spirit. The most

the hear of a man when he is stood up against a wall and prominent of these instances was the California gubernatorial
searched. election of 19 65 when black voters wore told to vote neither for

LBJ Should Name They learned to appreciate the fact that the Riverside police Brown nor for Reagan since both of them were white and equally -

addressed them as "Mister" whea they were prisoners. They no good. While it is true that neither candidate was fully

learned to value the importance of this way of conveying even committed to Negro>t>demands as they ought to have been, there
Negro To FCCAN to supposed lawbreakers a sense of dignity.The was no doubt that Pat Brown was in favor of liberal programsand

policies from which a large number of Negroes stood to

EDITORIALA recruits reported that their experience made them more benefit. As it turned out, a substantially low turnout of Negro

patient and understanding people,and that they learned the voters led to the election of Ronald Reagan who immediate
vacancy now exists on the Federal Communications Com value of treating people with respect and courtesy.The proceeded to cut back on social eduatloo.1and economic

mission. Since its establishment more than 50 years ago, the city's police chief said, "rve done everything with my programs; and services on which the aged, the poor, and the

FCC has encouraged and perpetrated racial discrimination in men but turn them black and I wish I could do that." majority of Negroes had depended.
the allocation of radio and television licenses.

Under favored treatment of this guardian of the federal do Black people, whose experience with the police, especially There could have been no clearer lesson of what the dire

main, many fortunes have been made. Never have the 'American in the South, has beenoe ofhe.1ringthem called "Boand /" consequences are for Negroes when they do not exercise their

people paid a greater price for so little return on their of being treated with insolence, are calling for police re- franchise, no clearer indication that their future lathe society
properties in the public domain view boards and other civilian agencies which would insure will be determined in large part by their voting and keeping out

The crisis in race relations, even white racism, has been better police treatment of office those candidates who are hostile to Negro objectivesand

helped by a FCC concerned with responding only to the needsof But this kind of training could be an excellent way to createa who are committed to reversing the progress Negroes

wealthy national communications chains and influential local police force which is sensitive to the rights of the poor and have already made

white interests in the granting of licenses. minority groups. Putting yourself in other the
people's shoes is It is a lesson that is particularly useful as we approach
Today, while more than 350 black-oriented radio stations still the best way to learn to follow the Biblical injunction! o! 1968 elections, the most crucial for Negroes since the recon-

operate, only seven of these facilities are owned by black doing unto others what you: would: have them do unto you. struction, one which may well determine the moral and political
Americans and Oriental Americans own none of these mass
communications: facilities.The But it's not just policemen, teachers, and other public of- direction of this society for the next eight years, and perhaps -
ficials who need this increased sensitivity. Personnel beyond. And yet there is still evidence that this lessonis
Johnson administration has created memorable people
many in corporations need to know how to treat the being ignored, that Negroes willbe told again that their vote
and
breakthroughs firsts in the executive branch of govern- unemployed, the
will be of President
black the o no consequence in determining what kind
ment: notably, the appointment of racial minorities to thePresident's Spanish-speaking minorities.
Cabinet to the Too many of them have desk drawers full of corporate what kind of Congress, and what kind of programs we
U. S. Supreme Court, the Federal orders shall have
for
Reserve Board, etc. to hire mere black people, but whena man comes downtown the next decade.

We call upon President Johnson to further enhance his repu- from the ghetto he's given lots of forms, and tests and That is the only conclusion one can corns to after reading in

tation as the foremost champion of rights racial minoritiesto rigid interviews. He's not used to them, and the interviewer a recent issue of the New York Times that leaders of one of

participate in government by appointing a Black Americanto isn't sensitive to his anxiety and discomfort, and of course, our more militant civil rights organizations had called upon

the FCC. he doesn't pass Negroes to bypass the November Presidential elections rather

The demands of the current racial crisis that than vote for any of the
require a contenders.
But it's not his fault, it is the fault of the personnel inter
Black American be appointed to the Federal Communications viewer
who Just cojldn't relate tohim
Commission to assist in nuke him feel at ease JIlilWri'ld! be a m.tili-advisedcoursoaudcould: even turn
the
enforcement of federal legislation and discover his potentials and ,, be
willingness to '
to aid the VCC in ridding itself of racial discriminationin work. disastrous Not only is it the solemn duty of all citi-
its employment policies, and finally to assist disadvantagedracial Fortunately, progressive businessmen realize this and they rSfrcV are taking steps to go into the ghetto to recruit select
and to a
train national
minorities to at least capture control of their comm mi- their government which could have a crucial
personnel people better but its still effect
problem on what
that could the fate
cations of black Jmme-
; media. Americans will be !in the
be licked this kind
of
by sensitivity training. dJat future
As long as black, brown or yellow Americans viciously one l like Is It of no ImPortance to Negroes whether some-

exploited by white Americans who are interested only in their This is a big, cold society, and the poor and the racial minorities ooec.well George Wallace: < is elected President, or whether! be

; own economic gain via radio and television, there will be no feel it worst. A little added sensitivity coald: go a lon a Congress enough to Influence the selection! of a President by

peace in America. way to removing the barriers of racism. sentiments: dominated by Dixiecrat, racist, and reactionary






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The NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc. !
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(LDF) sponsored a twu-day conference In New York last '

week, July 19-20, to step up the legal fight for equal employment :\
throuhout the nation.

The conference convened 14 days after the equal employment .
section of the 1964 Civil Rights Act became fully
effective (Title VH of the Civil Rights Act became fully
effective July 2)).

As of July 2, the Equal Employment Opportunity Act rGUNS M
expanded its coverage to add 195,000 employers with 25
or more employees. ,

LDF's own employment specialists, attorneys Robert I
Belton and Gabrielle Kirk, will direct this first assemblage CONTR r.

private lawyers to implement the expanded coverageof "

Title VII 1. '.. \' \ \

This coverage represents an Increase of 150 percentover I9LACIC.MANI \ .5.. I.h
the number of employers covered previously and extends '"
protection to an estimated 6 million more em- CONTROL r '.
ployees.The \\ I
LDF leads all other agencies in representative litigation
against firms practicing racial discrimination. At
present it is handling 54 such suits, already having settled '
26. We anticipate handling an estimated 100 cases by rt : \l \\
the end of the year.

The specific purposes of this conference are: 4
to THE RACIST ATTITUDE ON THE PART OF
the number
expand
employment litigation specialists -
CONGRESS SUPERSEDING THE SAFETY
; it OF THENATION-THEYARETHINKING
MOREIN
to develop and improve legal means of striking down
the two most frequently used means of discrimination TERMS KEEPING THE BLACKMAN

against minority group workers seniority and testing; DOWN, THAN THEY ARE OF THE SAFETYOF

to establish the LDF as a legal clearing housing for w THE PEOPLE: 'QWVSLET'S
defining new approaches

We believe a meeting of lawyers concerned with legal '

problems of equal employment minorities will providean I
invaluable opportunity to share experiences and exper- PHIL OSSOFER

tise as well as to discuss the full range of avenues of re-
lief.We LJ) TALK In a recent article in one of have watched, and would not
hope that out of this meeting a deep understandingof Miami's daily papers, four have suffered his house to be
the existing law will be gained and that strategies can 'POLITICSBY ministers gave their opinionson broken up." (Matt. 42:43,
be developed to establish further precedent in this area. the second coming of Chap. 24)).
NORM.4 N JONES Christ, which, according to Who is the goodmanandwho t
,Attending this meeting were private practitioners who Billy Graham, is"imminent.1 is the thief? It appears to methatthe
have been in the forefront of litigation; representativesof While billions of dollars pounds rubles francs lira ,
yen
All four agreed on this point, goodman Is a spiritual
governmental agencies concerned with equal emJ oy. and assorted "Kropotnicks' have been spent and billions of but had differ ing ideas as to person, possibly religious
ment; and professors who are learned In this area of the man-hours have been Indis-arm s.mentconferences
expended how, when and where the return leader,'a teacher of righteous
law.While nuclear ban treaties and other such,futile efforts to get the would occur. ness. The thief might be Christ
heavy emphasis will be placed on job discrimination "other guy" to,"limit his" arms,not a"cotton-picking" nic- Himself:, "For yourselves
in the South, many of the southern firms that will kel is spent to eliminate I the "fuse which triggers these This seems strange to me know that the day of the Lord'so
be affected by their newly energized effort are subsidiaries "weapons of murder' on a mass basis, without which "fuse"all since all use the same Bookas cometh as a thief in the
of northern-based firms. armament of "mass murder" would be useless. their guide. I am not surprised night." (Thess. 5:2)). ''
This "fuse" which detonates all weapons of Individual and that people are confused
"mass murder' is "hate." If all the money and man-hours about religious matters when The religious leaders of
BIG FIRMS BEING SUED uselessly expended on armament bans had been spent on their spiritual leaders cannot Judaism nearly ZOOOyears'

Among the firms currently being sued by LFD attorneys "hate' bans, there would be no need for the manufacture of agree on such very important ago momentarily expected''
are: American Cast Iron and Pipe,Seaboard Airlines, the "mass murder armament: It is Just that simple.As ) matters as the return of their Messiah, and knew Him*
United States Steel Corporation,Southwestern Telephone, long as civilization leaves this "phoney" mass murder Christ. not when He came, because'
National Cash Register,American Bakery Company,J. P. armament reduction and control to the oligarchy of "politi outwardly He did not fulfill
Stevens Comoanv. Kaiser Aluminum. American Marine cians' indust Ira 1 armament makers and the military, civilized Although the Biblestatesthat their interpretations. See,
Corporation, Philip Morris, AfcP Stores, Newport News mankind will always be diggin foxholes and bomb sheltersand no one knows the exact then, how their house was
Shipbuilding and Drydock Company, United States Pipe "Crazy houses' must be continuously built and staffed to hour when theLord will appear "broken up' when Christ
and Foundry, Sears Roebuck and Company, the Monsanto provide sanctuary for everybody except the munition ma kers- we are not guaranteedthat came "as a thief in the night."
Company, and General Motors Corporation. politicans and military, who of course, are the only ones who when He does come, we
profit from these "hate, inspired" mass murder holocasts will be conscious of the fact Can it be that today's reli-
Among the trade unions currently being sued by the LDF made "legitimate" by calling them "wars of liberation, defense that He has returned. That is gious leaders are doing likewise -
are; United Steelworkers of America, Local 205 of the freedom, liberty, patriotism, etc." why Jesus said,"W1tch therefore ? Perhaps He has already
Aluminum Workers, Local 203, Tobacco Workers Inter- Like King Creosus of mythology,they too will succumb as for ye know not what hour come. It is almost 2,000 years
national Union, P. Lorillard Tobacco Workers Interna- everything they touch will turn to"gold,' including their "ca your Lord doth come. But know since Christ said, "Behold, I
tional Union, and Oil Chemical and Atomic Workers International vJar,' and they will starve to death at some hamburger Joint this, that if the goodman come quickly,' (Rev 3:11)),
Union. after paying a "billion dollars' for a Juicy, succulent ham- house had known in what watch and "Surely, I come quickly.' I
burger, with onions, only to have it turn to "gold" upon touch. the thief would come,he would (Rev. 22:20): i
A myriad of procedural technicalities have been relied
their
Ing lips.
upon by recalcitrant companies and unions to impede attempts -
There are three forces in the world which in
working con
to reach trial on the merits of Title VU claims.
cert could stop the"hate-inspired' murders and
mass
Too often these efforts by defendants have been suc. prevent
further "hate-crazed mass murders under the guise of"pa-

cessful.Moreover, it seems that other tools of enforcing em- triotic wars" In a week, Just seven days, the religious instl- ( ErtERStQ EDITORWAKE ,
tutionsthe women, and the who after all the
youth, are ones
ployment rights have not been employed to their full po
who kill and get killed to the greatest degree. -
tential. The National Labor Relations Board, the Officeof
The religious institutions of the world would
Just simply ex-
Federal Contract Compliance and the United States Department -
communicate all the politicians 'munitions makers and the
,
of Labor, Wage Equalization Division,are such UP BLACK AMERICANSI
military who In
"mass
engaged murder' called war. Women
examples.By .
would just simply state and back it with action that
inviting representatives of these federal agencies, up they am concerned with the little things in life that counts with
did not their sons for nine months
carry care for them for
we hope to expand our role representation negotia- Black Americans.
tion, which, when effectively used, can shorten or avoid eighteen years, to have their lives snuffed out in one minute As we move forward, let us do this with dignity and pride.
litigation.We Young men would simply say, "I ain't gwine." Everyone likes to have fun, but we must learn to keep it per-

also want relevant government personnel to be fully sonal. If we must have a drink at the bars, enjoy it inside and
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aware of our expanded legal efforts.As r------- not outside on the streets before children and others. U we

we mentioned briefly above,employment testing and aSCRIPTION ORDER must buy drinks from the package stores, go home or some
seniority are areas of grave concern. other place indoors, but do not hang around the store front
I Miami Times and grounds of the building. If we must live it up with our
With passage of the Civil Rights Act, many firms have I 6530 NW 15th Avenue parties don't be loud. Enjoy your friends, but use only clean
altered their methods of restricting opportunity for minority I Miami, Florida 33M7I language.
workers. Many now give tests to persons seeking I I We should develop an atmosphere wherein we have differ-
employment and promotion. These tests frequently are I ences of opinion which should not result in angerea tempers
administered arbitrarily and are not valid of abil .J Enclosed please find the sum of $5.00
gauges
leading to the use of deadly weapons,as guns, knives, razors,
ity. j I to cover the cost of a one year subscription ice picks, etc.on your fellow brothers.Love understandeth all
I II things. Love thy brother as .thy self.
The problem of seniority Is how to unravel threads of I I to the Miami Times
I We are ma king pictures and history for everyone to see and
discrimination which existed for Separate
years. I read. We are getting ready to host the Republican Conventionhere
seniority lines are a violation of the CivilR.1ghts Act but I
Mall Paper To ,
II in Miami. Let it not be said,"That all was well until we
in many! cases it is not clear what is the best way: that I "
came.
Addr.sa
segregated lines can be merged or connected without I IrZip

destroying the seniority system. I I City? tat.,+, Cod.. A Soul Sister,

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Eloise Morris has been selected as the most courteous PBX a
operator of the month at Flagler Federal Savings and Loan. She ,..
is the daughter of Mrs. Bertha Bullard. r rA
Inez and Edward WatkJns of New York City have returned
home after a week's vacation in Florida. Inez is the sister of
x .
Earline Rogers.
Winifred Doles and daughter, Francesa vacationed in
R Rd
Bridgeport, Connecticut.
Almost three hundred people witnessed the Installation
ceremonies of Sgt. Daniel W. Mulliens Chapter#39 of the Dis-
abled American Veterans and its Auxiliary Sunday, July 21 ENGAGEMENTMr. Carolyn A. Hines, daughterof
at PBA Hall, Opa-locka. Newly elected officers 196369 are: and Mrs.jam-iSC Col- Mr and Mrs. Fred Hines
Waymon Jackson, commander; Earl J. Carroll, Sr.vice commander zie, Sr, announce: : the engagement and grand lighter of Mr and
; Samuel Wesley,Jr.vi ecommander; Moses demons, of their daughter, Louise Mrs Daniel McKenzie re
chaplain; Thomas Johnson,swgeant-at-arms;James! I.Green, Elizabeth to Harvey Lee John- Gently graduated' with a B S. w
judge advocate; Edward H. Hanna, Jr., adjutant; Edwin B. son of Athens, Georgia. degree in music education
Rogers, treasurer; William L, Jackson, 3-year trustee and Miss Colzie Is a graduateof from Kentucky State College,
Aldin Everett, musician. Officers of the Auxiliary are: Arie Albany State College, hav- Frankfort, Ky. = J
Mae demons, commander; P lac lie Hall,Sr.vice comiainder; ing majored in business edu Caroly, a graduate of North i

Mary A, Brown,Jr.vice commander. ; Bessie Murray,treasurer ; cation. She was a member of Dade High, attended Ky. State .. ______j, .
; Mary Blatch, chaplain; Clarice Littles, adjutant; Berna- the Ivy Leaf Club, Commercial onafouryearscholarshipShe's I
dine McLendon, executive committee woman; Loyela Turner, Club and a m:m'r of the a memler of Dslta Sigma The Williams Sisters of Miami will sing on Sunday
conductress and AIm a B. Morris, patriotic instructress. secretarial staff. She has Theta Sorority and was 8
after service at at Brownsville
night in an p.m. Baptist
James H. Hall was the installing officer for the Chapter Ruth taught school in past years in selected for Who's Who in
American Universities and Church, 2775 NW 60th St., Rev. F. L. Johnson, pastor.
Decker, past department commander was the installing officer Donaldsonville, Georgia, but
for the Auxiliary. is presently teaching at Carol Colleges. Other guests, along with the William Sisters will be pre.
Constance BullardandJohn Cleveland Cooper were married City Junior High School. sent. You may contact this group at 6974967.
Saturday in Freewill Baptist Church, Opa-locka. The bride, Mr. Johnson Is a graduateof EAL SOCIAL CLUBThe
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel L. Bullard, Opa-locka. The Albany State College, with a EAL Social Civic Club
bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs.JohnC. Cooper, Charleston, msjor in science and ma'.he has its 18th at Bonded Collection PROTECT YOUR FURNITURE
S. C. After a wedding trip to Nassau, the couple will live in matics. He was an activernomVsr Agency Sunday, July 28, WITHOUT HIDING ITS BEAUTY]
Charleston.Mrs. of Alpha Phi Alpha from 6 p m and! the publicis CUSTOM MADE

Bertha Bullard is vacationing in New York.She is the Fraternity, member of pan invited. A dynamic guest PLASTIC FURNITURE
guest of her daughters, Myrtle (Mrs. Arnold Albury) and Eu Hellenic C o u n c 11 1,and president speaker the Rev. Lester Albert SLIP COVERS
nice (Mrs. Theodore GUI). of Social Science Club. owner oUhe House of Al-
Thelma Williams is all smiles.She has joined the grandmo. . During the past: years, he bert. Thomas 0. Wright, .. CIYSTU MIAVV 6AUCI clot ; ,-
thers' club. Her daughter and son-in-law, the Ranzer F. Turners taught mathematics and prestd?nt.CARD. rim IONS MSISTANT LASTING a

christened their first, a boy, Ranzeer Finn II. on July science in Jackson, Georgia, PULLTGUAIANTIIO "- s a. t 4'oA.
20, a reception was held at their home, 1391 NW 41st Street. but is employed now with the OF THANKSWith T OT .fR rr LI.MOANM MLMTNI.
Juanita Thompson and Portia Bannister are kept busy en- Dade County school board. gratitude we acknowledge ,TLIIMS. ANA I. NIyS a''
tertaining their sister brother-in-law,Sylvia and Bill Scott An August wedding is plan your warm and touching AYMINAS,,,,,! PIE, ItTIMATlI S '!o
and their niece, Wiona Scott Sampson of Hempstead, Long ned and after a honeym.oo:: trip expressions of friendship with, T 515I0'$ SPECIALIZING
Island. Winona brought her poodle, Earl for the trip also. to Nassau, the couple will live flowers, telegrams, cards and 111 All r 5TI i SLIP IN PLASTIC COVERS A'NIGHT colo1
Twenty-five members of Alpha Pi Chi attended their Na- in Miami. gifts on our recent Golden EVES: EXCLUSIVELYCall
tional Convention in Washington. D. C. Among those attending{ Wedding Anniversary.We 887-2140
from Miami were Helen Wiley, Peggy Daan, Florie Wdodird, thank each of you most House ot Gretchen
Juanita 1 lOut Of 6 heartily for making us so
Thompson, Carmetta Brown,Delores Bankston,Gloria
Littlefield, Minnie 'C. James, Claudia T. Jasper and Dorothy happy.Mr. anytime 24 hour service 3/45082
Cooper. and M.s. Livingston
Here from New York for his annual vacation is Mr. Ernest FloridiansGet Adderly Margaret Louie)
Adderly. He Is the houseguest of Mr. and Mrs.''Levi' (Leola)' 4 v r I ,
Johnson. Social
Robert Ligbtbourn of Nassau is the houseguest of Mrs. Ara-
bella McKinney.

Jetting to Miami to visit his ailing uncle, Mr. Gus (Robert) SecurityOne 1
Love is Mickey Scavella of New York. Mickey is the house- .
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond (Lena) Heastie. out of every six Flori- mow..i
Friends of Mrs. Isabel Pierce are happy to learn that she dians is a recipient of Social
is recuperating at home after nine days in Osteopathic General Security according to the State
Hospital. Chamber of Commerce.The .
Doris Mitchell here from Brooklyn for visit with rela- chamber said paymentsto
tives and friends. Florida residents during the 8 FI
After fifteen days in Cleveland (their oldhomi')William :aid past three years have Increased -
Alphine Bowden have returned to their home in Miami. at twice the national rate, ,;._ :,. .
Catherine (Mrs. Richard) Bethel spent two delightful weeks jumping 29 per cent from December -
in New York before'going over to East Orange. N.J. to attend 1965 through Feb- 4 V, :
the OES Meeting. ruary 1968.Payments. F "
More than 300 canvassers began a survey Friday of Dade's last year totaled 1 S (
Model Cities area. Director Gordon Johnson says $871,560,000, an increase of ',,,
the, Model Cities program: is designed to help upgrade and improve 22 per cent over 1965. I
the conditions of the residents of slum and blighted "Almost 1 million Flori- t ? /
areas. Dade was one of 63 commititles initially selected to dians, a sixth of the state's
.
participate: in the program by the federal government. population, now receive Social ".
Your columnist is a candidate for the Governing Board. I'll Security checks,' the cham- I
appreciate your'vote. Public election is scheduled for Sunday, ber said. ,.
August 4. The purpose of the program is to make the neigh- Last February, 979,000
borhood a better ,place In which to live, construction of phy. Floridians received Social Security -
sical facilities, and the bringing together ,of many social serf checks totaling $84 : :(
vice programs. million, twice the 1960 monthly -
"
It was a full house at the homo of'Johnny and,Mildred Marks average.
when the Newnua clan' of Jamaica,Long island visited Miami "These payments represent
for a get-together with relatives. In the group were Mr. and eight per cent of total wages
. Mrs. James Newman, two daughters, Sandra and James New-, and salaries received during
man, two daughters Sandra and Dawn and son, James Jr, 1967,' the chamber said of the LORY'S LENDS HELPING HAID: TO EASTERN STARS
Enjoying the cool weather of Ashville $871,560,000 in Social Secur-
N.'C. is Mrs. Allene No, you're not
J. Taylor. ity payments in 1967. "This seeing double, the two lovely ladies shown here

Friends of Mr. Gus Love may send getwell cards to Foun- proportion is higher than the modeling Twins (Venita the and popular "winky" from Lory's are the popular Timpson
tainhead Nursing Home, 390NE 135thStreet North Miami, Fin national average of five per These Veronica).
33161. cent because of the greater petite young ladies, along with others will show their waresas
Delancy E. Pope, daughter of Diane Pope, 1875 NW 66th force of retirement on Flori- Home T. A. Rolle Chapter No.737 Order of Eastern Stars presents Stay-At-
Street, Miami is receiving on-the-job training at Swedish hospital da's economy.'' Fashions and Tea in /Royal/ Poinciana Splendor, from 4:00 to 6:00
Seattle, Washington after completing course In 11 e a 1th p.m. Sunday, July 28 at 1375 NW 88th Street.

occupations (nurse aide) at Tongue Point Job Corps center in "Any wh.r. in the world Center All)) and fashions for the show/ are being Furnished by Lory's (Edison
Astonia Oregon. you wont to go" ordinator.In assistant store manager Dee Dee Lawrence is serving as co-
Mrs. Mabel Bain celebrated her birthday with a surprise TICKETS COSTNOMO&EAT
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party at the home of Mr. and Mrs Harold Seymour. Relativesand of addition to the fashions shown above /wv'// find a complete line
glamorous
friends were present to wish her a happy birthday. and Fashions for all occasions at Lory's (Edison Center), teenage '
adult
July 4th was especially good to Rudy and Mildred Mack, for Fashion center of South Florida.'

they received their third boy, Maurice Lament on this holiday. T.QlVEL BUREAU ,,' Our FABULOUS FALL FASHIONS are in Come, see the beauties./

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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, July 26, 1968 7I


Negro Businessmen To Be Helped By SBA Junior Masons JESCA's Day Care Confers", I!

And StarsTo Have Open House I
Howard J. Samuals, pres- 48, and now Undersecretary receive approval of the ap
dent Johnson's choice to head Commerce, appeared before pointment shortly. EntertainThe The Midget Camp and Diy exhblts. Midget Camp, 7200 '
the Small Business Administration the Senate Banking Committee Samuels said that SBA will Care Center til of the Jamese. NW 22nd Avenue and Center II
said last week he on his nomination to his new attempt to induce banks to Explorers Court Scott Community Association 6304 NW 14th Avenue.Registration .
plans to use the agency as a post. provide more loan funds for Junior Department of Modern are featuring an "Open for JESCA's
tool to speed help to struggling inner city businesses and that Free and Accepted MAsons of House Extravaganza." Visit Early Childhood Development "
Negro businessmen.The He gave no details of the it will try to provide coun- the World. Inc., will hold its both programs Thursday,July program at Centers 1 and 2 y,
Commerce Departmentwill proposed new programs, but seling service from the ranksof first social affair, a formal 25, between the hours of 10:30 can be completed at the main
announce within the next he promised to work with retired businessmen.He dinner dance on July 30,at the a.m. and 5 p.m.E. agency office, 4901 NW 7th
private business leadership to was president of the Palmetto Country Club, South Scott and enjoy special Ave. For further information
30
days "a whole
new sectorof bring new business opportunities Kordite Corp.,a plastics man- Dixie Highway, at Coral Reef demonstrations, displays, and please call 7584791.
inner public-private cooperationin to minority ufacture in Macedon, N.Y., Drive. Donations received will
city communities "he
,
groups. before beginning government be used to provide trips, rec-
said in Washington. Samuels Samuels is expected to services. reation and cultural outlets for
HOW DO YOU STANDMore ?
the young people in the Court'sYouth

All Night Child Spacing Teen-agers Development, pull out Project.your >- than 25,000,000 million people go to

I prom formals and Join the ex- a hospital during year's time. This

Clinics Closed ploers in an evening of gaiety. amounts to 68,000 hospital admissionsevery
Time; 8-11 p.m.Donation, day-about ONE every 1 l'/j seconds!!
I' single $2.50, Couple$5.00.
Dr. Betty Vaughn of the 681-7453; Downtown Center, Members in good standing receive One out of TEN patients stays in the hos-
Dade: County Health Deptart- 1350 NW 14th St.,374-7702; a 30% iscount. Live pital more than 21 days..THREE out of
mont announces withe regretthe South Miami Center, 5798 SW music. TEN remain more than 10 days.
closing of all night child 68th St., 666-2533; South Dade Honored guest will be Lee
spacing clinics until Center, 9879 East Fern St. Frank Wooten,Supreme Grand -The odds are ONE SEVEN that YOU will

approximately .August Perrine, 2387933. Master, Modern Free Accepted be among the persons admitted to a hos-
19. Patients who have been attending Masons of the World, Co- pital within the next year.
night clinics should lumbus .
Georgia.For
contact their nearest health 'lttn r4P further information, --Hospitalcare is EXPENSIVE.Many Florida
department center for a daytime A request for funds to t S telephone Mrs. Vernice Ross, hospitals currently I charge in excess of
reopen these clinics has been
appointment. made to the County --- --- Grand Directress, Jr. Dept., $55.00 per day-and the rate is increasing

Commission. Should the request Dr. I. G. Pratt, past Grand at 235-4724 or 235-1577. daily.A .
Health department centersare be granted the night Treasurer ESBA Dl3pt. Beth-
hospital bill for $1,000.00 is not
-- or more
located as follows: 46th clinics will reopen on August lehem Grand Chapter, OES., Primary "C"Confereffe
Street Center, 2745 NW 46th 19. For further Informationcall spoke at the 50th Anniversary unusual, and FEW people can write a check

St., 633-1441; North Miami one of the centers listed Dinner at the Sheraton Hotel for thousand dollars.

Center. 14101 NW 8th Ave.. here. Blue Room Sunday, July 21. Recent visitors to observethe How do.you and your family stand? Call your

program at Primary "C" CENTRAL LIFE MANAGER and ask for a

I PATTEN PROPOSES NEW GUN CONTROL LAWA Centerette were: Clark Estep conference on hospital coverage for you and
and Mrs. Joyce Thomas, coordinators -
gun control law that would Joke that was. So why notconcentrate on the use of guns?' of Project Follow
require mandatory life prison Tbrough.PrlnceGeorgesCounty yours.CENTRAL
sentence for LIFE
:
anyone caught Maryland, Mrs.Elaine
using a in the commission
gun
Noland, Supervisor of Early
of a crime is being urged by
Childhood Education Balti- INSURANCE COMPANY
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more, Maryland, and Francis
Patten. i Gates, supervisor, Maryland 1416
N. BOULEVARD
Patten said he will push for
State Dept of Education Baltimore

such legislation on both state TAMPA, FLORIDA
Maryland Also Amon
and national levels.
"You're never going to take Burgee, Supervisor Maryland DISTRICT OFFICES STATEWIDE
'State Dept. of Education.
guns out of the hands of the bonds
people," he added. "It's kind
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8 THE.MIAMI TIMES, Friday July 26, 1968 I

's Our Bag' Format Listed For Next Week"It's
Film Treats love AffairIn /,
I
I will show William Pierce
Youth In- mentary Schools will
of guest
Channel Wallace
Our Bag a Harvey film of their photographs and explain"A "Where the Young Musician
dustiries will show a
Non-Racial MannerRIO series presented dally,7-7:30: summeractivities. New Way to See" Is Going' as part of Wednesday's
p.m., is presented Incooperation the group's Tuesday, "It's Our Bag"presents presentation.
with the Mat r 0 -Dlde .
Brazil.A Pablo, a smuggler whose fate Youth Opportunity a special program.Don Thursday, August 1st, as
new film will treat a love affair is to fall In love with a girl who County Also on Monday, David Jen- Jennings and Phil Raynor, every Thursday,the winners
Program.
between a Negro and a carries him to his doom. 29 the rette and his students from members of the Upward Bound of the "Stars Otet Miami"
Monday July program
The affair is not doomed because of the University of contest will be
students
white girl simply as an affair will look into the Job situation photography classes at R. R, introduced
between two young people instead of the violence of their with "Jobs For Real." Morton and Allapattah Ele- Miami, will perform in "Slow Topics of discussion for
,
of a painful racial prob- lives. Dance on the Killing Ground," Friday's show will be "The
lem. LeGrabuge director a one act play by William Han- Housing Hangup' with Ber
In the 20th Century-Fox international Edouard Luntz said: "Calvin The Show mobile PresentsChildren' nard Dyer, and "Are Black
production "Le Lockhart was chosen for the -' Production ley.Wednesday's show will dis- People Proud or Resentful of
Grabuge" (Hung-Up) the tor- role of Pablo simply becausehe $ Theatre cuss "Law and Justice," with Black Professional
rid affair between rich, white is a first class actor,not be- The portable stage of the playground for locations and Phil Johnson and members of Sylvia Ralle 1suIt'sOlr
girlDina, played by France's cause he is a Negro. An actoris Dade County Showmobile will dates. the police force as guests. Bag" hostess.
18-year-old star Patricia a Negro or an Indian.: be the site of upcoming Child-
Gozzl, and poor Negro boy The picture is being filmed ren's Theatre Productions.The DRIVE-IN
Pablo, is treated at all times In Brazil. MetropolitandeCounty MIAMI I
with matter of fact unconcern "Brazilians whatever their Park and Recreation Department FIRST DRIVE-IN SHOWING-I
-- at least in so far as their race, live in harmony with in cooperation with the NOW
racial differences are involv- each other and are an exampleto Youth Opportunity Programwill 8100 N.W. 7TH AVE.
the world said "Ifa
ed.The Luntz. present these plays free
matter of race is not person is prejudiced, he has' to the interested public at num-
even brought up in the film. to keep his prejudices to himself erous parks and recreationareas WHAT THEY DID

Bahamian-born Negro actor not inflict them on any- ,, throughout the county.In TO EACH OTHER r

Calvin c a 1 v 1,n Loc har.t. body else." the South District,the Up- WAS NOTHING
whose most recent role was in "Living together in har- stage presents the Brezo Jr.
TO
"Joanna," .a Cannes film mony is only being civilized, ,Classics Theatre productionof COMPARED
festival entry.plays the role of said Miss Gozzl. Her co-star, "Snow White and the 7 WHAT THEY

Lockhart, quietly remarksthat I,Dwarfs," directed by Ester DID TO THE
it seems to him"as silly
..". etch. .> .. ele< .. ... to be against a person because 'Brezo.Barry College Children's ENEMYaUMM! a.41A'1P1.

of the color of his skin as be- ,Theatre production presents
:Along The: cause of the shape of his "The Emperor's New
"
nose. Clothes," "Rum,estilskin"
and "The Pied Piper of Ham-
: Avenue :. Jt lin" for the enjoyment j of
iI << children in the Northern areas
<< iI of the county. Check with your
By "SOUL BROTHER" f
THOMAS ; Although many of us are
packing for that trip to the
Even the brothers in the mountains, the lake,or to visit
Caribbean call the greatest of our families, there is one
the arts music, S-O-U-L: and group still working 'round the f
for one solid week Byron Lee clock to help make summer
andhisdragonairesdirectfrom more meaningful for the less
Kingston, Jamaica gave fortunate of Miami-Dade
Miamians "authentic calypso'and County. Don't forget the Sal-
played the along the vation Army goes right onwtthIts
avenue,' namely, the Knight program the year round
Beat, the Fox's Den, the Continental Erma Franklin help them help othersgiveso 7ItmIw,
and the Island Clubs. they can give -- send your :10BOWlIN
Alty East was so happy over At Knight Beat donation to Box 1484, Miami, CIJIlIl JllNcB
the success of this show and Florida.

revue he Is making plans for a Without a doubt,' Erma I I ROBERTSON .BIJIIlIIUJS

repeat performance in other Franklin is here to stay. Like 4.r'S'r.MICHAEL,

areas of.Florida.. . . . her sister Aretha,Erma is one RNNIE[ DANA ANDREWS'/ E1CHENWER ANORfW PRONE'[ ClAUD C AKINS CARRfU 0 CONNOR RICHARD JIECKEt JAMISON

businessman Neal of the most vibrant female vo- A P"IY1J't:: fWti.lUlP SllU:9R, ( :fR', J"i !y IIJM Ijl(( ltHttU'1 G'i;rt IL.lQ:1: 9t l lQ PER v .IIIOIIK "u.,
Popular calist to appear on the Show i OOUdIE ACTION rwvisior count.MM I OIINMW."OII'NIl,ICON..........MfI,""ltll-_ @
Adams states, he will dedicatea Business scene today. At a T LOBS GRAY IWR IUQ( _..'........-: t M .. .. I ...1C
great portion of his time with time In music when the ex- aoit SESIWRIKM1CE

the Model City program because pression of "Soul" is the required '.-.!/ '
his work Is chiefly centered quality pertinent to a
in Brownsville, and an singer's acceptance in the *
area which he says he would public, eye this young lady 1 :
love to see benefit from the emerges conspiculously, with J]LIB H: ] When I take a case, I thoroughly

program. an abundance of that distin- CITY : study the background.Events .
* * * * guishing ingredient.

Elvin Dean, could be easily Erma will headline Clyde j happening years before,

voted the "most valuable man Killens and Frank Williams can win a day in court.J'C
of the year' ...He's"onloan" weekend show at the Knight What they did to each other was nothing

from his post with the Urban Beat Friday and Saturday compared to what they did to the enemy
League as a leadership development night. Maybe that's why I picked

specialist with the Like many of her contemporaries Gordon's London Dry Gin. ..
Model City program. in the category of
* * * * greatness, Erma possesses a Good English background.Dry .

Neve knew the value of a "From the Cradle' gospel the way I like it.99
"Charm bracelet" until we background. Her father, the
saw the fantabulous one being Reverend C. L.Franklin(him- Charles E Uoyd Attorney.Advisor to the Sfausort-Wastvngton
Coordinating Council. Counsel for Tho Bank of finance.Advisor to Oper.J"onBootstr.Jp.
worn by Rose Burke as abirth- self a Chess Gospel record- ,is ono of the most successful young lawyers in tho Southwest
day gift from her illustrious ing star) literally "Baptized' "i ,'
husband, theatrical booking his children in the soul-stir- rf.
agent Johnny Burke, ring atmosphere exlstant w
* * * * In f
only the more expressive
Agents, promoters plan to Gospel Churches.
bring In top entertainers for Erma's first recording for
the D. J. Convention and also Shout Records"Big

the Republican Convention ... Man' was enthusiastically re-
The'me"Never A Dull Moment ceived by both the recording
In Miami' playing D. J/s and the record
* * * * at ti Yt.
ing buying public. {
Family picture: Universal .
Real Estate Broker, Sonny '
Wright and his wife strolling .+ Q '
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along Biscayne Boulevard with >f
the little toddler, Sonny Jr.
(Looks like he was teaching % Mt'

him the business). .ft +
* * * * t \r
_
If its Auburn Avenue In Atlanta
Rampart Street in New A IIQTUI FTIFT t i

Orleans, 125th Street In the big LTZUIEYUTTNII" "
apple (NY) 12th and Vine in DIYID LOLPfi.IThE DEVILS BRIGADE"
Kansas City,Broome Street in '71! I r.Y.rnt
Newark, the Boardwalk in Atlantic L T_ SIlLIAM HOlDEN CUFF ROBERTSON VINCE EDWARDS l.aCORDON'S
City, Harvard Square in
,Boston, 2nd Avenue in Miami, mm IE'QM NIDREV S GCHQ'')WYIERi1gR/ PRWE CIAUDEAI"! (5)oRR01tocoNNOR
Ashley St. in Jacksonville, or S1RANDALTHIEATRE I IIDWIJ JAEO\Il'.lID\ (wm,hiuc us, &lIll1l'., uon 1 Ri N tQEWIN n6ORfL( rll1lY1 DIST uD .
..fa"II,IIO VwiJO1C '( _.111[ ofH PWvISIOCCOLORti1,1n?
"on the street (Avenue)where
LONG NDRT
ow. -, --- -'''rc-,
,..
you live . send your news to kUn -'"
your "Soul Brother" Thomas RTT,7 UL RT*UT. AWJp1AYr :d: ALSO IN COLOR "WAY WEST" London.Cordon England Cm.created in 1769It ?. *r r''

c/o Mary Elizabeth Hotel, 642 dun N Kirk Douglas Robert Mitchum 't the biggest teller England
NW 2nd Ave., Miami. QIA1 Till ,f w America and the world
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Circuit Court jury took
less than an hour to acquit a '
' IGGES
POVERTY CHIEF SEZ NO LAXITY WILL BE TOLERATEDLast 16-year-old youth who had =
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been accused of ;
murdering a I . .r
Friday evening, Dade County's new poverty chief Marie Chinese grocerymao last R.i
Carl requested a joint general staff maetingatthe Brownsville Christmas weekend.The ,<,

Neighborhood center. Mrs. Carl's speech was short and to the youth Joe Nathan / M'u
point and she asked that all employees take part In a program Rozier, had been accused of "

designed to help citizens of Dade County who are living in shooting down Jock Ling Joe,
poverty. Mrs. Carl said, "We all luve our work cut out for us 38, in December after a groupof
and I will not under circumstances
any tolerate any laxity boys had been harassing the I''
If !it !is found that you do not care about people in poverty, or victim at his store at NW 15th c DIAL-A-MATIC ,L

that you are not doing your.job with deep feeling and concern Street and 3rd Avenue.Joe's ,
to the best of your ability, then there Is in
no place the EOPI .
for you. This back killing was one of BRAND NEW r
stabbing and throat cutting not only mush four in the downtown area that ZfJZ .
cease, bjt will coma to a screeching." She added, there hfti-
holiday weekend.The series of
is a possibtl
that .
ty Metro may take over the EOPI come
January or February, and If this is to be, wa must be able'to deaths resulted in Miami Police 7968 Machine .
Chief Walter Headley'sorder Portable Electric Sewing
!present ourselves
as a stable department of this government:
As Mrs. Carl concluded her short but effective statement to increase patrollingand
she
asked those persons who have suggestions that might improve, his "get tough policy." r ,i"r :

the program to write those suggestions would be read and con Throughout R o r I e r's trial '' Sews on Buttons l.-a
sidered. She they took Mm out to mst and shake hands with his defense attorneys Mike } + '
her coworkers' From my point of view, )Dide's new War on Masln and Richard Gale con- ft akes Buttonholes #

Poverty Chief Is going to do alright. tended that their client was blind Stitches '*-;'= only22S0

PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Lenore Williams wrongly Identified as the gun-

PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Francisco Perez man.Mason *Monograms
VIP OF THE WEEK Charlie Hipps said that Franklin _Terms

MOTHER OF THE WEEK: Mrs. Anna Edwards Joe, 15-year-old son of the TRADE-IN YOUR OLD MACHINE
grocer, at first Identified Ro
Wandering thoughts from Jackie Torres, one of my co- zier from photographs.( But at '. ','
workers: "After taking m>. two pets to the veternarian last a lineup.-held two weeks ago '.\ALL ,,625.12 1'Or 625-0724

waek 0:1: a must expensive visit($30),I sit wondering why there -- he could not Identify R'>zier , .. ., '" '",,, ,. '
Isn't a clinic for dogs rm sure there are miny people who as the killer. '..t ;'qp [w "FOR FREE HOME- DEMONTRATIOH

have pets and really love them and have to Inevitably wait for The 16-year-old youth is
their death because immunization and other needed care is one of 15 children of Mr. and .
not fitted into their budgets. True enough,there is the Humane Mrs Milton Rrjzier of 1964 NW -

Society, but as far as treatment for ill anlm .1s, they mostly 5th PI. iP.i
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them to Tills I feel is unfair to the and
only put sleep. poor, Young Rozier was not released -
others who love their pets can't do a thing to help them when though Judge FrancisX i-SPECiAL---9----a- Y

they are ill or even to prevent different diseases. A clinic, Knuck turned him over to SEWING
could very well be set up with special days for (clinic days) Juvenile Court who want him ABBEY
dogs for people who can't afford a private veteaarlan. This for a theft charge unrelated
could prevent widespread of cable or even mild case of the murder case. 15982 NW 27th
worms Jus tth Ink about this dog lovers And while I am

wondering....why is it flags are only nOW! half staff when
someone fam -as: dies or is killed?There are Americans dying "
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everyday in Vietnam for this country and the only recognition u
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they are given Is a place on the statistic roll. If the flags are ": I* 4 *t "I ':} J; 1

flown everyday until after the war, would this be regarded as
improper> ? They are dying for us all and their families feel
they are famous because they have died for a cause, but how I
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do we feel abort: it being on the other side of the coffin? !
Now back to our QUICK ') DEPARTMENT with a thanksto t i
the young lady for her thoughts; Jeff Addams and his wife,
Marilyn, will take off for NassauoaAugust4. Jeff will star In tI
Peanuts Taylor's new Playboy Club. The coming disc Jockey I yir
convention August will bring many stars to our city in 1

eluding Nancy, Sidney, Harry, Flip, James, BB, Dlonee,
Cosby, Erroll, Sam&Dave,King Coleman: ,The Supremes anda A f ;: :-_ ,
host of the other big names in the business. They will have a I J -
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featuring some of these stars, and a big Gospel Show Sunday 'rJ -'{ / I ,'..- --

August 19 at Dinner Key Into w n m a k in gall of the arrangements ; ':, :
is Joan Criner, son of the late movie star, Lawrence J INS O -
Criner. John! has booked 14 big stars for the show which will /.
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headline Sam & Dave and their big 18pieceband. Jokey Jack = ;
was in last week end making prepartations for this convention > i'
which will feature a "Billy Eckstein' Invitational tournament
Speaking of tournaments, The National Association of Funeral n'

Directors and Mortlcans will have a golf tournament August ,x,: ;,,
4, during their big convention at the Four Ambassadors .x ;;
Patrick Range is making preparations for this big convention. y4' ," .
John Dillard has been elected the potentate for the Shrlners ,
local and the International Shriners '. < ,i .J.<
chapter, they are inviting '. Y .
to Miami for a convention in the near future.
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see last Monday night.There were 20 acts lined up for anuture _
talent honors,and Miss HeleaGlover was the guest star. Those T
folks In Cocount Grove have some talent! You hear me? and ': PHILCO 5243BK /
that Billy Rolle and his band are something else! They seem to MODEL
get a kick out of playing for the kids and helping them to 'make '..
it big' for the local folk.These men work awfully hared on their \ CUSTOM/' COLOR TV

regular Jobs, come to the parks and play each Monday, Wed f 'SOG with 26,000 volts of picture power
nesdayand Friday nights,and then go to their nighttime 'gigs'.
Transistorized Solid State Signal System-
They really deserve a lot of credit for helping to make this a 'S
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HappeningBy : >' summer's' Date: County H a u gab roo k and Mite

b t Youth Opportunity Channel 2 Hamilton being given an
1 Channel 2 Monday almost professional
Garth C. Reeves. Jr. Program, type of
7:00-7:30 PM opportunity to
through Friday, develop in the
(rebroadcast every evening on fields of newscasting, sports-

'WMBM Radio) has almost as casting, newscasting, and the
Starting off the weekend with a bang,going away party was much-excitement and achieve broads specturm ofelectorate
last In the honor of Frederickby
given OQ Friday night Stephanie
ment of growing and learning Journalism.Mike .
her mother Mrs. Erma Lee Frederick. Stephis off to New Y
behind the cameras as before Hamilton, 1030 Northwest

York, New Jersey and knowing Step, a host of other places. them. 45th Street, formerly of
Norvel Bethel's pad was the setting for a party thrown by
Miami
On the air people of Jackson Senior High
the fellows. It was outdoors, Indoors and plenty of pretty girls young ,
n' Dade are "telling it like it is,' a last summer member of the

everywhere. about Jobs, law and Justice, first group of Upward Bound
The highly spirited Miami Northwestern cheering squad
Students at the
and University
with host of housing problems many of
at
partied co-captain Cheryl English's pad a
friends and neighbors.The other areas of deep interest to Miami, is presently attending

Seven Seas Boulevard Motel, drew the pace for another ,, Black citizens. This week,this Lindsey Hopkins In order
finsto high school in time
to
of aciculate ,
swinger given by Ben West, Carl Johnson, and Arthur King. ever growing group -
clear him to enter
the
It was really a Jumper! ;some kids on the scene were the pom- Fa young people is being
f. pey sisters, Sandra Harris, Tat Moss, and the Inseparable L Y Joined by Bernard Dyer, who University of Miami this fall,
IT'S OUR BAG'S on an Upward Bound Scholarship
has accepted
Rita King and Sharon Hudson.I .
Mike Intends I
Invitation toserve as leader to study

didn't know the kids who threw the party on 88th and 23rd and moderator of "THE Journalism and is being given

but it was a real nice one. James Brown sang all night long. F HOUSING HANG UP," a an excellent opportunity this
* * * * * *, * feature which begins Friday summer to learn mjch about
,
Betty Wright's "Girls Can't Do What The Guys Do" has July 19 and which will its many facets in television.

swung to the No. 2 slotontheWQAM record charts. And talking run every other week through Mike was the first Niighbor-

to the QAM information operator, she feels that the No. 1 July and August.., hood Youth Corps employee,
slot is no problem. There's no stopping her now. Sod Sato oweek Phillip Johnson, Coordinator and works 32 hours a weak
* * * *** * * < of EOPI Neighborhood Services (many more on his own with

\ "The Image,' 17 and over night spilt starred Tiny Tim lastI Our soul sister of the week is Rosalyn Delores has assumed weekly out payl!) with "IT'S OUR

I i Saturday night. Sunday night it featured a soul band called Mims, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Richard Mims.Rosalyn responsibility (Wednesdays) BAG."
Says Mike 18 "I've done
for with ,
meeting representatives
. . . . . . . is a senior at Miami Northwestern and her hobbiesare of City of Miami Police little of everything so far this
sports, sewing and dancing. Rosalyn would like to
The fabulous Tams, ABC recording artist, who believe that or Metro Public Safety summer, except producing
I attend nursing school at Grady, in Atlanta, Georgia.
everyone should be young, be foolish, but be happy, have been Department Police and two directing. rye served as a
awarded the No. 65 slot in Billboard Magazines hotest 100 1 guests--young men who have location "audio man,"with the
record pole. known police harassment and sbowsphotographerLivingstone

I' They will soon release another record, same label called who are asked to come to Hlnkley. rv written -
"Trouble Maker" and say they're gonna sock all the way to Channel 2 and tell the Poke copy to be read live and

the top. Let's plan OQ seeing it there. their stories.-a head on opportunity to accompany films Fve donea
* * ** * * * "Slow Dance On A Killing which it is hoped little bit of the engineeringend

"Stars Over Miami," an amatuer talent contest sponsoredby will give young people an like tape dubbling. Now.

the City of Miami, is receiving city wide acclaim for the Ground" On Its Our Bag understnading of their areas I'm part of theHlnckley,Cecil
tremendous talent on hand.All of those wishing to see the show of recourse if such treatment Harris on location film group,
;may make It to Virrlck park on Monay night, Dixie Park on "Slow Dance on The Killing player of tne summer Shakespeare occurs working to photographer on-

Wednesday night and Manor Park on Friday night. Popular Ground," a one act play by Festival,CocountGrove United Black Students of the location features for'TTS

,celebrities always on hand. William Hanley, will be per Playhouse, University of Miami, Harold OUR BAG ." The thing inmost
* * * * * * * formed as an ITS Our Bag" Graduates of Miami I Jack Long, their president, and of this rve picked up. Every

Welcoming I home Anthony Williams from Tennessee, by Don Jenninings and Phil High School, both Raynor and members Wilbur Johnson, to- body's going so fast, nobody

Michael Robinson from New York,Jefferson Reaves Jr.,from Raynor, members of Upward Jennings will enter the gether prepare and air a really has time to teach. Butr
:the Heights and little Ernie Taylor is back fromPennsylvania. Bound, University of Miami. University of Miami on weekly feature called"WeAre m given an opportunity to

The play, directed by Its Upward Bound Scholarshipsthis History,' which runs every learn by doing."
* * * * * * * young performers, has been fall. Phil Raynor will continue Friday. And there are many Another "IT'S OUR BAG,"

Billy Brown whipping around torn, in a Lincoln and a half. given twice at the University to pursue his interest in specials and films showing first..is the series hearing
The Mark ni Continental. His dad decided on canary yellow of Miami, for a drama class drama, and Don Jennings Dade County Youth Oppor- and-speech lessons which
and a black vinyl top. they attend, which is taughtby intends to choose drama as his tunity Program activities began this week at the requestof

Ralph Murray, Cur ley High Senior,boasting of a great week Robert: >> Lowery, featuredRarned major. from north to south bade gee:Baxter Executive Producer

end. He did it all with a '68 Eldorado serving the comforts of But none of this excitement of the show,Considering
a hotel suite. tops what's going on behind) the it the obligation ota total com

* * * * ** * p4Out" {,'' Rock-r,fin'' '..'fa. ; :'od scenes, as some of the twelve munications experiences, to
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The teacher strike alone hasn't made Miami Marine Stadium f : 'rh p't r. f >S. J young people hired through the speak more distinctly, Miss

I: useful. On June 28, there is another concert there. This' one ft 9,.Q6; ;:DOllo ; South Florida Neighborhood Baxter aske'd EldrezeWllliasm

featuring the People, the Animals aDd the Ohio Express For Youth Corps are given the DCBPI Coordinatorof
those who are interested listen WFUN and WQVM for ticket Refunds for the "Rock 'n' James Lewis, will be able to opportunity- working on the Special programs to

locations. Soul Jamboree,' which did not make only a partial refund of floor," at Channel 2, In the:1 arrange for a special teacher
* * * * * * * take place on Sunday night, 40 cents on each dollar,due to control room attending special an hour a day, when the young

Girl Scout Troop 409, sponsored by Miss Eltz.abethJones, June 16 at Miami Stadium because the fact that all expenses,suchas TV production classes under people check In for their afternoon

AUapattah schoolmarm, will be leaving Miami shortly for of rain, will be made at rent, advertising and talent Les Bryan of Lindsey Hopkins, and evening assignment.
Houston and the San Antonio Hemisphere. Have a nice time the stadium box office next had to be paid in advance. All visiting Channel 4 to see how Beginning July 16, Miss Annie

girls. Sunday afternoon,July 28 from persons seeking the partial commercial TV is rung McGahee, who teaches 6th
* * * * * * * 2 to 6 p.m only. Jr. High
The show which refund must hold valid ticket speaking their opinions on the Grade, Allaphattah
For all you Jazz lovers, the Rancher Lounge holds concertson Willie, Martin was promoted stub, and no exceptions can be air spontaneous pnneldis- will serve as speech teacherto

Sundays at 4 and 1 p.m. Go out and snap to the new and familiar at WOBS by ,Jacksonville,a deeJay ,and- made, the promoters said. cussions and in the case ofGregrry the "IT'S OUR BAG" pro-

rhythms. Blatch, EarlCarnival ject.
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Cassandra calloway, home from work, ending a week and Mod Sounds At Marine StadiumThe
contemplating a nice quiet Friday evening at home walked inand To Benefit
was surprised by a host of friends and relatives. Mom and City of Miami Marme The third group, the Ohio I

dad were on hand to share the Joy of their daughter and friendsI Stadium will rock out July 28 Express, recorded the recent
don't think you could pull another on her. Vern Curry, Glen- to mad, mod musical sounds hit "Yummy, Yummy, Muscular Dystrophy

da Spence and all the rest who planned, that was a dirty trick.,of the Who, the People and the Yummy," and have released A neighborhood Carnival for Last year, 111 coopers ftUnn''''-
* * * ** * * * Ohio Express, during the 1968 their second song, "Down AtLulu's Dystrophy Associations
the Muscular
benefit of with
The Future Girls of the Year International are throwing Super Summer Happening. ,' which Is now placing muscular dystrophy of America, more
a waistline party at the Brown-sub home of Martha A. Welters The Who have recorded four in the popularity polls. victims will be held Carnivals were
27 than 20,939
July at 268 NW 46th St.
hit records, and have established The three groups will give a across the
there Friday.
See you on Deborah held by children
Stirrup, daughter of
* * *** ** * ssss themselves among the continuous performance Sun $345,862
over
The basketball forefront of today's folk-rock day from 7:30toll:30p.ra Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Stirrup country, and researchand
nicely.
is along
The 17th Ave. Park coming will serve : raised for MDAA's
as Ringmaster
courts are covered dally with happy youths. Anxiously awaiting musicmakers. The songs "I seats in the Marine Stadiumare by assisted patient service programs.For .
Can See For Miles,""Call Me $3.50. George Greene. informationcall
a swimming pool. additional
* * ***** * * * Lightning," "The Kids are All The show was brought to Miami The Carnival, which beginsat

William DuHart, popular boy on) and off campus and president Right," and "My Generation by Mid-South Talent Inc. 12:00 noon will feature such 7577102.SAN .
games as apples in tub sack.
of Miami Northwestern's student council,''attended Florida catapulted the long.hatred -
i race toss in
pennies squues'and
this for the Annual student quartet to stardom.
State University (FSU) summer
Disc! Jockey Jay Mack,of the pie toss, and all proceeds
Council Convention. happening's official host station TR.lYEC uWa will go to aid the fight against ANTONIO. AirmaIl Vic-

'45 OF THE WEEK: -I've Never Found A Love" by Eddie Floyd I WFUN, describes the "Yowr Neighborhood Trovol' dystrophy and related dis- Bobby Cain, son Rt.l of Miami Mrs. ,has
eases millions.The of ,
afflicting toria Cain
:ALBUM OF THE WEEK: "Easy" by Nancy Wilson People as an overnight suc Agents"A children basic training at
cess. got the idea for completed
LATER. "They came out of nowhere noor to you at your staging their event while Lackfan AFB Tex Hebas

-- with a hit record "I Love t.lephon.Wo dolivor.. Civ. u* o coll. watching TV personality Skip- been assigned totheAirForce at
1104
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Center
3rd
Gordon.Johnson- ,'Model Cities Director, will appear on) the You. It was number one, and AYe. FR '...51. Chu. C. per Chuck, who is promoting Technical Training for specialized
Tune in and learn it's still in the top 10 on the N.rth Manogsr. Carnivals I onhis"Popeye Chanute AFB, HI., air-
Art Green Show Saturday night on WAME. as an
popularity lists,' said Mack. Playhouse children's show schooling .
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"Stars Over Miami" ama- 'kL' ,, -
teur talent contest guest star, twy5,5; S
Helen Glover, gave an excit-
ing beginning to the show at
Virrick Park July 22 and was 4"L
t followed by 23 youths repre- A '
t senting 14 contestants. '
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Little nine year old Carrie
Veargis of Carver Elemen-
tary School won first place for I
her dancing; Lena Gayles, 16
year old singer from Killian
High School placed second;and S
the singing seventeen year old 55S S
twins, Sam and Dave Gaines
-i" ; placed third. Sam & Dave are _
1968 graduates of Killian High.
An estimated crowd of more
than 4,000 watched the paradeof :
talented youth singing and 1.P
dancing for a chance to appear
on WTHS-TV, Channel 2 on
ii i- Thursday; the Miami Stadiumon r w .. r
August 24, and a possibleall
expense trip to New York
and an audition for the Ted
Mack Amateur Hour.
Savannah Negroes Vote Those receiving honorable
I mention were:VerneliaSandl-
lands, 13, Ponce De Leon High
For I
Integrated HousingSAVANNAH School; Sheila Goodman, 14,
G. W. Carver High; Theresa
Ga.-A recent Law, president of the local Sawyer, 18, Coral Gables High :
survey conducted by the Savannah branch of the National Asso- graduate 1968andClau-; M
Housing Authority ciation for theAdvancementof dette Reed, 18, a 1968 graduate -
among residents of the city's Colored People. "The of Killian High.
low income public housing; NAACP" he said, "is
projects revealsthat63percent thoroughly disgusted with the
o! the wMte tenants voted various unsavory attempt to to stand up and honestly talk -- -
for Integrated housing. discredit the legitimate rightsof back to the housing authority'shired '
Kids attending the Carver YMCA summer camp program get a new experience -
The conducted under
survey minority people'Mr. hands' and characterized I
guise oft"freedom of choice" Lawcomn ided"those the survey as "not worthyof on their weekly visits to Greynolds Park in North Miami. Boating is
plan drew a blast from W. W. persons who had the courage the paper it is written on." the most popular sport at the park where four kids can rent a boat for half
for 52 cents. In the boat are Carver staff personnel Jacquette Bland, Rita
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> :. America, will visit Miami on scout leaders. along merits high praise. His
July 23, according to Chuck "During his service as chief leadership in establishing long
Hall, president of the South scout executive of the Boy range goals for scouting
Florida Council, BoyScoutsof Scouts of America, Alden G. growth will make it possiblefor
America. Barber has led a number of many more boys to be
< ; Barber will stop in MUml dynamic programs designed to reached by Scouting's. charac-
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Three UF Agencies CombineFor .,

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Girls Super Camp"Let's ,.


pool our agency resources June Fried of the YWYMHAis ..
and run a day camp coordlantorofCulturalArts .

that will match or surpass any and swimtntog classes,sched- ,.

private camp! the Southeast"was uled for their pool, thus com
the Idea presented by ,
pleting a blended program
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three youth agency directorsto 4

Bill Aramony, Executive Camp Mahachee: is otirnnedby
Director of the United Fund. the Girl Scout Council of Tropical -

So began the Tri-Agency Florida and is located .. 4

Youth Day Camp program,the across from MathesonHammock -

cooperative camp run by the in Southwest Miami. The
YWCA, Girl Scout Council of site alone should be thrilling t.:
Tropical Florida and the YW- experience for all children.20 . c

YMHA, under the direction of years ago this land was pro- ,, ,r..
Jean H. Scrogin of the Girl claimed the first Lou Henry OH ) ,.-, 'i-J.
Scouts. Hoover Memorial and Wild 'f

Professional and volunteer Life Sanctuary. Stands of Live .Y_ \

staff of the three agencies Oak, Gumbo Limbo and Fern jl
give homes to birds and animals 3 .k !
swung into action and came up I i ? ,
t q
with a swingingsingingfunfilled seldom seen in the heartof b

day camp for a total of a city.The theme of the Tri-
300 girls from the poverty Agency Youth Day Camp is

areas of Dide County, for the based upon Indian lore.GirlrunGovernment. y

two sessions August 5-17 and is the
August 19-30. Invitations to at-
secret to a happy well run

te selections d.the camp and are screening' issued committee by *a camp voice, and in the camp girls management will havea Wheatley School Closes Summer Reading ProgramThe I


to insure representative . Elections are held to appoint children and guests of berta Godfrey, laboratory G. James and Mrs. C. P. Williams, Alicia Blue, Joe
groups from target areas. tribe leaders and camp Phyllis Wheatley Elementary teacher for the reading pro- Jones. Reese, Mary Alexander,

Sherry Brown of the YWCA, council meetings are held to School enjoyed a special treaton gram. Among the guests were Mr. John Lupoli is the prin James Green, Gall Clotman,

assistant camp program director insure girl-planned program. Thursday,July 18.As a cul- Mrs. J. Shappen, Dade County cipal and Mrs. Alice Hawkins, Tommy Burns, Michelle
and coordinator, has minating activity for their ini- Federal Projects J ; Mrs assistant principal and coordinator Clarke, Rodney Phillips.
planned a summer recreation: All invitations will be honored tial use of the Sullivan Programmed Rowana Sutton, coordinator of for the reading pro-

program that should brightenthe on a first come, first Readers, the pupils reading program, Riverside gram. Standing: Alberta Godfrey,
hearts of all girls. Arts serve basis. Registration will presented a fashion show and Elementary School; Mr. Gary First row; Shawnette experience laboratory teacher -

and crafts cooking- campingand be closed Friday, July 26, for skit entitled "The Lost James, Riverside ElementarySchool Murray, Ernest Johnson;Jan ; Patricia Jones, Debra
nature study will be the session beginning August t:Words.' and the following par- ice Johnson, Denise Gilbert, Saxon, Crystal Bowman

availableA 5, 1968. ents: Mrs. Varnetta Walker, Beverly Gerow, James Grant. George Troutman, Tonya
The skit was written by AlI -_ Mrs. Gwendolyn Nesbitt, Mr. Second row: Angelathe Blazer.

Court Reporting New Course At JC

Coconut Grove Cares Grand Monday 1
program In Touch Short- two junior colleges in the nation dent may select to work for a Opening
hand (or Machine Shorthand) to offer a two-year curri- secretarial degree still using
to train students as court reporters culum in Court Reporting. touch shorthand.In Coconut Grove Cares for summer. selves. Local government:!: and
fall Youth Inc., will hold its grand The "Cares" project J business officials have been
will be offered this The first year is a general touch shorthand, writtenby
opening Monday July 29,from started b y Father Theodore invited to attend the open
at MUrai-Dade Junior College secretarial course. The syllable and sound, 1000 of
5 to 7 p.m. at 3811 Grand Ave., Gibson and other Grove resi- house The general public will
North. Formerly a one-year second year adds such studiesas the most common words require -
Coconut Grove. The organization dents is designed to help all be cordially welcomedandre-
the
certificate course study, Court Procedures and Law only one stroke each.
which provides employment people in the area help them- freshments will be served.
newly expanded program will Terms, Medical Terms for Actually, you don't'strike' the
lead to an Associate Degree. Court Reporters, and Court keys, you press them.Speed up to young men from the
Miami-Dade is one of only Reporting English. Or a stu- to 250 words per minute is at- neighborhood, is presently I
manufacturing holders for
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Fall term begins with regis


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By ALBERT WELLINGTON COOKE The Summer Music Pro- tielf rth Tornado Concertand
gram at the Booker T. Wash- Marching Band which will
different worlds live in because the is :
Two we why Negro A.
ington Junior High School has become active again in September
not free. If is concerned about Ii 1r
one truly neighborhood
yet our
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been successful and to an extent Mr. Timothy O. Sav- '
if Is sincere should search his
one really then he soul. Then
productive. Several stu- age, the director, has indicated -
both the cause and cure will be made known to him. .
dents in the 5th, 6th, 7th grades that there is a great need s
I wish that all those scientists from the university who !
had their first experience for students who are interested -
volunteer team would read andre-read Martin
as a study Dr. studying the French Horn, the in learning to play such instruments I
Luther King's"IHaveADream." I wish that they would volun-
Trombone, the Trumpet, the as the flute, clari- N
teer to make that dream true before
come they chargingout
go Bass, the Flute,Clarinet,Alto net, alto clarinet, bass clari-
into the Negro dirty neighborhoods. Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone net, bassoon, oboe, alto saxo-
I wish that the doctors, sociologists, psychologists- Bass and Alto Clari- phone, tenor saxophone, bari-
nomists, engineers, educators, and management: specialistswould net along with the drums.As tone saxophone, trumpet,cor-
let their hair down (and learn brotherhood)
a result of participatingin net, french horn, baritone,
I wish that people would look at America both past and pres-
the summa music program trombone, bass, and drums
ent. I wish that people would first do their utmost to help free
several students have quaIl-
the Negro throughout America. I wish that people would see to .
it that Dr. Martin Luther King did not die in vain, before they
come charging into the Negro neighborhoods"bull jiving" and

"shucking.While they" are in the neighborhood they just might get robbed ,t"e

Why? Because my cousins need Jobs. My soul brothers 4111I! HC
need opportunity. They need civil rights. They need to eat. ,
They need to pay the rent,the lights are off, and they are tiredof ,; e 4"4 ItT

walking. Negroes are frustrated they desperate.."Here
come somebody," "looks like he got something,' gethim! The )

Negro need to feel worthy,and respected.He knows the neighbor- < '"
hood is dirty. Who has time to worry about it? He has to make \
ends meet. Got to buy the kids some dothes. Got to give them

lunch money. Got to go to work like an elephant for peanuts.
The Negroes don't need someone to tell him a out the cause or '

cure flf his dirty neighborhoods we know.Tearl" "Tobacco 'i \ J01441Escape
Road' down!Build a tow: we can be proud of keep the name

Tobacco Road'- less we forget. We know the cause. We know .', !s:,
tk ,
the cure. Meanwhile the fact remains. We need a multiplicityof .

things; open housing;-Civil Rights; better schools; better !
housing; better facilities; fair employment;better jobs;better

working conditions; we need to be free.We need the opportunity .. ,
to develop and grow. we need these things far more than "

we need somebody messing around in our communities embarrassing *
Come over to the mad,
us. Talking about our.dirty neighborhoods.We "
were born dump, grew up in the slums. The alleys mad taste of RC with Bob Hayes,

were our playgroups. Do" you think for one minute that this iswhat winner of two Olympic Gold Medals

our Fathers and Mothers wanted for us.Do you think they and now a pro football star for the

wanted this for themselves. You know they did not. They were Dallas Cowboys. .-'
caught up in the sickness of America. They were victims of
circumstances; hate, basis,and prejudice. They never did any- "Roytl'Crown'and"RC"tr.trad..rka of
Roy l Crown Cola Co.B.9.US.Pit Off
thing to anyone. They never got the chance.

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Three senior military 4I
Negro A native of Washington,D.C. the Army in 1939 and has held .
officers have received Colonel Davison is a graduateof assignments In Europe and Talk I .

promotions in personnel Howard University with a Asia as well as the United, I,
actions recently announced at bachelor's and master's de. States. BY JIMMY "SCOOP" BETHEL ,
the White House and Pentagon
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They are: Colonel Bryant, 46, native
--- of Clifton, Virginia,grew up in STRANGER IN TOWN-ADAM CLAYTON POWELL. .. fvegot
Washington, D.C. and entered it won: already,' sand Adam Powell as he slaped open Palms
the Army from Howard with well wishers in front of the Abyssinian Baptist Church,

University in 1943. He has 132 W. 138th Street, NYC, Saturday morning Powelflew into
been a member of the D C. New York from the Bahamas to confer with aids on the strategythe
National Guard since 1954andhas people fell into Harlem wearing the latest Mod-clothes.
been called to extended "White Nehru suite, High neck sweater shirt with the chain
active duty with the Army for neckless Medallion and dirk; eye glasses looking young and hep.
his tenure as Adjutant General TALK ABOUT THE LATE LITTLE WILLIE JOHNS.. Willie
of the District of Columbia. Johns was a very close friend of the late Sam Cooke, they use
to play Golf a lots, together. It was Willie Johns that first
In his new position Colonel introduced "Our number one, Mr. Soul" James Brown to New
Bryant will report to Major York at the Apollo Theatre(125stStreetThat was around

Col. C. Bryant General Charles. 1959 when Willie Johns was the Headliner with his Upsetters

1948. Colonel Divlsoa is cur- Southward, Commanding Band and James Brown was just make ing the scene. Even then
rently Deputy Comimndlng General of the D.C. Guard, we could see the Greatness in Little man with the magic

Ctficer o' the 193th Infantry - Colonel Bryant, as Adjutant dancing feet"and the chilling voice.I was there. Little Willie
Brigade In Vietnam. Col p. Green General, will be the Chief John use to always say about"James Brown/ "His Greatnesshas
administrative officer of the
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Colonel Cunningham C. gree in chemistry and no end.
Col. F. Davison Washington unit.Commander .
Bryant, appointed Adjutant zoology. He also has receiveda PICS JAMES BROWNDELORES BUCHANON-SAM COOK
General of the District 0 f master's degree in inter- Green,48,cur- MIA MJANS AROUND NEW YOURK . ,George Farrington
Colonel Frederic Ellis Columbia National Guard. He national affairs from George rently stationed at the U S. turned to New York from Miami where he spent a most enjoyable -
Divison, nominated by Presi- is the first Negro tobecomo Washington University and is Naval Hospital, San Diego, two weeks...Leroy Walker, 301 W. 150th Street,
for the rank of
dent Johnson California
Adjutant General of National a graduate of the Armv's Infantry is a native of send greetings to you all. (Miamians) ..Robert "Manasaw"
Brigadier General. When his Guard organization School, Ft. Benning, Manson, North Carolina He is Rahming, 151-67 135th Avenue, Jamacia NY, in the Taxi Bus
nomination is approved by the Ga; The Army Command and a 1944 graduate otthe Medical: iness. Harcourt Rahmlngs living in Jacksonville Fla. Miami's
Senate Davison will become' Commander Paul Stewart: School of Howard
; General Staff College.Ft. University
former top Dnacer, Fan Troy, standing on 125th Street and
the first in the Green selected by the Navy as and was in private
Negro general Leavenworth, Kansas; and practice in Lenox Ave "Looking like the old soilder that's faddtng away
U.S. army since the retire- the first Negro Medical Corps the Army War College, Henderson, North Carolina, Mrs. Louise Harden 798 NW 43rd Street, Brownsville
ment of Brigadier General officer to reach the grade of Carlisle. Pa. prior to entering the Navy in
(Miami) is in New York, visiting Rosalyn Miller's Mom
Benjamin O. Davis. Sr. in Captain. -:Colonel Dt-vlson, 50 entered 1954.
Lillian Mack Williams, a nurse at Brooklyn's Greenpoint
Hospital, a cousin of Opa Loelta.s Eva Saunders Mason.
Loraine Baker, That Lovely Tampa Florida lassie,now livingin

Senior First Black' Ad Agency GrowingCHICAGO. Bedford Hills N.Y., "A very pretty thing.
TEEN AND SOUL MUSIC SURVEY ? Willis (Gators-Tall)
Jackson, at Count Basle's Nite Spot on Seventh Avenue and

Aides Twelve years 132nd Street, "Recorded Breaking." Stopped in at Wilt
ago Vince Cullers opened the 111k Chamberlain's Small's Paradise on Harlem's 135th Street and
first black advertising agencyin i seventh Ave. Sunday Nite, where Don Gardner and his Band
America. was blowing away. The songs that I wanted to remember Don
ProjectA Today Vince Cullers shows II playing was "The Horse' and "Let it be mo. To pretty
promise of developing into a Delores Buchanon, We dedicated James Brown's "Licking

pilot program, beginning key go-between for the na- Stick". My main girl, "Catch my Soul' Gloria Jones and
July 1, to July 1,1969,to open tion's business communityand "What you want: to the George Heasties (She's the former
up jobs for elderly persons in its $28-billion black con- Gloria Stewart) and their eight pound bundle of joy..Gladys
need. Toprovide awide sumer market. Knight and the Pips, "It should have been me' dedicated to

variety of jobs for elderly citizens "It's taken awhile for many Carol City-Flora Hills.Curtis Mayfieldandthe Impressions,
to range from personal people to realize that 'selling now have their recording label named"Curtom Records."
services for shut-ins, to black' requires 'thinking This is Scoop Bethel saying that, time and tide wait for no

training the unskilled in operation black,' "the 44-year-old man. C-U-NX-WK.
:of power tools. The jobs agency chief said. "That's

cover scores of needed com- what we're here for/
munity services such as He sees his organization's
BYRD ft SANDILANDSFISH
Friendly Visitors, Neighborhood prime role as one lending
Workers, Recreation expertise in helping develop

Aides and others. what he calls "more viable -- .---- .- MARKET
The U. S.Department of Labor linkages' in the black com-

and the National Councilof munity. VINCE/ CULLERS (left), headoF, Vince Cullers Advertising
Senior Citizens through a "As black people," the ad- Inc. of Chicago, examines potential art work 14905 N.W. 22nd Avenue

Federal grant of$72,504.00 vertising man said, "We all for his newest national client, Lorillard Corporation,
and local grantee support of are in, the same bag, whetherin which makes Kent and True cigarettes and other tobacco Opa-JLocfca

$12,128.00. The Dade County business or on public aid. products. Arthur E. Toft (right) is Lorillard's director
Senior Centers Inc. under We all have to be activists and
,
of advertising. Culler's firm, founded in 1956, was thenotion's
FRESH FISH DAILYFRANKLIN'S
Glen McKibbin, Project DI- educators.
first black advertising agency.
rector and with the coopera- "Everyone benefits from
tion of the Florida State Em- the philosophy of enlightened .
ployment Service, will implement self-interest," Cullers said at halia Jackson franchised food
organization His l loc a I business
the program. Senior his office here. "I think major CARPET
included such
Aides will worka 20 hour week corporations are beginning to already
varied Interests as insurance
for an average salary $2.00 understand that a more realistic ,
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food and industrial comoanies.
an hour. sharing of this country'sresources

Dade County, is one of ten helps create more Vince Cullers is a native of SPECIALIZING IN RUG SALES & CLEANING

cities selected to participateunder markets, thus creating the Chicago. He attended the Chi- COMMERCIAL CLEANING & FLOOR WAXING
"
agreement with the U.S. need for more products. cago Art Institute and took
Department of Labor and the Cullers' newest client is business courses at the University CARPETING CLEANED IN YOUR HOME OR OUR PLANT

National Council of Senior Lorillard Corporation. The of Chicago. His "ap- FREE ESTIMATES IN YOUR HOME CALL 636-9133 OR 635-3641

Citizens. Other cities include: firm has assigned total responsibility prenticeship' was served in 24 HOUR ANSWERING SERVICEllhifJlIa
Allegheny County, Pa.; for creation and one of the city's largest ad-

Buffalo, N.Y.; Chicago, 111.; placement of all Lorillard cigarette vertising art organizations, .
Detroit, Mich.; Milwaukee, and cigar advertisingfor Kling Studios.
Wis.; Minneapolis, Minn;New black media with the Cul-
In 1953 Cullers joined the
Bedford, Mass.; Providence, lers agency. i
R. L; and Washington, D. C. Johnson Publishing, Company .
Other recent major clients as promotional art director of I
Thursday, July 25, 1968 -
Cullers Advertising Ebony magazine. He nert tried
9 a.m. Red Cross Office,846 acquired by
Washington Avenue Miami were the national Afro- free-lance art and advertisingand I
Sheen account Johnson Pro then decided to open his IP
Beach, at which time inter- &_. S
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views will be held with Florida ducts Company '
State Employment Service ; J
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personnel and Senior Citizenswho ,

have applied'for these tif f, __ .I ...
Jobs. Mayor Jay Dermer of All students of Miami Northwestern Senior
Miami Beach will be on hand
High School and their parents are hereby
for the opening ceremonies.SAN .
notified that centralized collections will be

made during the school registration periodin

ANTONIO. Airman August, 1968. Fees will be collected on

Bennie N. Buckles, son of Mr. the days that students report to school to
of 4910
and Mrs. Willie Young
NW 16th Avenue, Miami, has select their class schedules.lt is necessary .rw .R.

completed basic training at that all Miami Northwestern students reportto

Lackland AFB, Tex. He is remaining school according to the following schedule.

at the Air Force' 1968 9th'& 12th Graders
August 28, _. ,
Center for
specialized Technical Training schooling as a security August 29, 1968 11th Graders
policeman Airman August 30,-1968 10th Graders We Carry Brand Home Carpeting

Buckles is a 1967 graduate ofMiami
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,1250 Negro Delegates To Participate fn' Democratic National' Convention I


WASH ING TON.D. C. have been reported with mittee, called particular at- Rights Act, will enable South- South. The Governor is deter- Negroes registered in the
(SPECIALOver250Negro Michigan In the lead with 26 tention to Negro political ern regroest6 play a signic- mined to make certain thataUDemocratlcesuteltlrdless State of Mississippi and today
delegates, double the 1964 Negroes19 and seven as development in the South. cant role in the 1968 election. of there are 264,000 registered.
will 'in the color have the opportunity In the South as a whole there
number, participate Alternates. Martin said;;..- Martin continued: "The
I 1968 Democratic National In the 11 states of the old "W are going to have the constructive work of the to participate in the party we r e.2,164,200 Negroes
Convention, according to Confederacy thus far 73 largest delegation of Negroes Special Equal Rights activity at all levels." registered in 1964 and today
reports as of July 15 from Negroes have been listed--33 from the South that has ever Committee of the Democratic Citing statistics compiledby that figure has grown to
27 states and the District which is the Voter Education 3,072,000. The impact of this
the Delegates and 40 Alternates.In participated in a national con- National Committee Pro-
of Columbia where delegateshave releasing his p r e- vention of a major'plftys'inceReconstruction. headed by Governor Richard ,ject of the Southern Regional new strength has been in the
been chosen. liminary report, Louis Martin Further, the Huges of New Jersey has Council, Martin said: "Whenwe election of over 300 South-
,, Thus far 228 Negroes,- 139 Deputy Chairman of the increase registration, as a made a dramatic Impact upon met in Atlantic City in ern Negro Democrats to state,
Delegates and 89 Alternates, D3mocratic National Com- result of the 1965 Voting the Democratic Party in the 1964 there were only 28,500 county and local offices' since
the 1964 convention.

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Expo 68

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\ Herbert G. Paige, vice-
president and general man-
ager of Pepsi-Cola Bottling
Co. of Miami, Inc. has been
appointed General Chairmanof
Expo-68, to be held this
V t/ >r; f 1 r 1S 4$ + Fall by the South Florida
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Council, Boy Scouts of America
t. Ic Scout Council President
Chuck Hall, announced.
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Paige, a member of the
S. council's executive board will
S guide" 11 planning for the booth

Pv s a show to be held November 22-
23, at the Miami Beach Convention -
h. 3 Hall.
Expo '68 will have as its
theme "Scouting Boypower in
Action" and will show the
value of the Boy Scouting experience -
in the boy's life, according -
L 4 % c ? i to Paige Each Cub
pack, Scout troop and Explorer -
post will be assigned booth
Sy ,
a i ow{
c 4; f 4fp.y{ where its boy members can
tell the public about one phase

of the Scout advancement pro-
'I 1N gram, Paige added.
F. .. Active in many civic activities -
Y r ift .. 1 Paige Is chairman of the
? :I City of M I a ml s Economics
I Advisory Committee, has
*5 .i served as group chairman for
1 the Dade County United Fund
r / y 4T. / of
+ : and is currently president
: the Miami Association of Food

t: Trades.He is vice-president of the

Pepsi-Cola Bottlers Association
54 ;J.| of Florida and is a member -
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The Ladies auxiliary had

kI (, ( 'S! their meeting at the House of

.' Albert, Opa-locka, Sunday,
July 14, the meeting was in-
lightning for all present.The .
Ladles were happy to "
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know that two members of Post

I II No. 5693 will serve as officers
In Dist. 5 for 1968-69..
J. The members are planning
:' a "pre-Labor Day dance" for
s:
1 August 30.
I > Any ladies interested in

j : . Joining the Ladies Auxiliary,

$ .;: : : : : ; Oats Brown may,contact 621-6049., 681.189Q Mrs.., or- Emma Mettle.. .

The men and women of Post
5693": please be present Sunday
.5 July 28, at 6 p.m.EOF I Bui Id-

lag, Opa-locka, meeting of im
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. . . .. .- '. ,--- .' .- RANGE ... .-- --- and we would like for every-

I Y R'D'S ' ' E'A'T'H' S' Jerome Mathis, a student of Carver body yard.to Empty clean-uphis lots will own betaken back

I CA' MEMORIALS D' S'I Dorsey Jr. High, of 2141 NW Ranches care of. All trash should be

68th Lane died July 22. He is piled up to one side in frontof

survived by his parents Mr. your house or property.

;and Mrs. Everette Mathis; a News Persons assigned to work cer-

THANKSThe grandmother Mrs. Llllie Mae tain streets are; Walter A.
CARD OF
AN APPRECIATIONThe ALBERT Walter BOW"
I Whynn; three brothers three By J Bows SW 17th St.; Mr. Mark
family of the late Funeral services for the sisters. Arrangements are in- Chapman and Mrs. Clara

family of the late late Robert Hill, of 245 NW llth complete. Clean up campaign was Johnson SW 18th St.; Mrs.

MRS. WILHEMINA ROPER St. Apt. 14, Miami i, Florida launched in Carver Ranches Flo. T zpin.: SW 19th St.; Mr.
were held 4:00 p.m., July 20, about two weeks ago by the Elizga Williams; SW 20th St.;
who departed this life June 20, 1968 at the Liberty City Homeowners Association Mr. Wallace, SW 21stSt.; Mr.

1968 extend sincere thanks to chapel. Mr. Hill died July 12, in Carver Ranches and Hyde Ralph Seymour, SW 22nd St.;

T'r Range funeral home and staff, at the age of 69. lie is sur- Park Rev.Green is president.Mrs. Rev. Green, 23rd St. and Mrs.

the many friends who came, vived by a wife, Mattie, one Shirley Small is secretary Shirley Small, 23rd St., Mrs.

called, sent telegrams, flow son,James Lee two brothers, Newton, SW 25th St., Mrs.
ers and cards. Albert and S a m ue 1 Hill, one On July 10, Mr. William B. Curry, SW 28th St. Let's do a

The abiding faith sister, Rosa Temple, one Hofiheimes was elected chair- good job. Mrs. l.tlrySaunders
But, oh tis glad to think of her. grand-son, four great-grand man of the clean-up campaignin head of the Carver Ranches

When weare troubled sore children and a host of other the first meeting.The Association is doing a good job
thanks to the God that such relatives and friends. second meeting was in this clean-up campaign,and

has been. Funeral services for the held Wednesday night,July 17. has been working in this area

Altho she is no more. late Mrs. Cracy Goodwin, of Streets were assigned to peo- for the past twentyyears.Keep .

Mr. James Roper, husband 2221 NW 151st St., Opa-Locka ple of the community to con- the good work up.

Mrs. Levaren Joyner, Florida, were held 200 P.M. tact and to Inform the people Post No. 8195 Ladies Aux-

Denese and Edward, child- Saturday, July 20, 1968 at the that our campaign is now on, iliary of the VFW, will hold its
-- - ren, Mr. and Mrs. James Opa-Locka Chapel of the ,,-
regular meeting, Sunday, July
Hillard, parents. House of Albert. Mrs.Goodwir Garnetta L Everetteof
THOMAS DUNCAN Mrs. 28, at 5 p.m. at the post homeon
wishes to express its heartfelt died July 17. She is survivedby 1530 NW 81th St.,Apt 2 died FRANCIS Pembroke Rd. Members

thanks to all who extended CARD OF THANKSThe ; a husband, Eddie Goodwin, July 18. She is survived by her Mrs. MargaretJane Mackey present. Mrs. Addie James is

their many kindnesses and one daughter, Mrs Emil ie husband, David, Jr.; her par- of 3255 NW 50th St., died July president, Mrs. Ruth Scott, is
sympathies in our hours of bereave Ballentine, one brother, ents, Mr. and Mrs. Alexander 17, at Jackson Hospital. She secretary.
meat.: God bless you all. family of the late Abraham Irving three Graham; three sisters, owned and operated the "Sea- Summer Dance and FashionS

sisters, Eudosia, Rita Irving Vanessa, Chirita and Karan; food staurant on NW 17th sponsored by the Holiday -
and Blanche Small, father, Ed- three brothers, Robert, Alex- Street for many years. Ser- Social and Civic Club will

IN MEMO. ward Irving, one niece, Olive ander, and Keith; her grand- vices will be held Saturday, be held Sunday, July 28, 6 to
{ rfb Hudson. parents, Mr. and Mrs.Wright. July 27, 2 p.m. at the Churchof 10 p.m. at the Elks Club in Ft.
x "M. _.. Services were held Wednesdayin God of Prophecy. Remains Lauderdale, 712 NW 2nd St.
In loving memory of our J Funeral services for the New Shiloh Baptist Church. will repose in the chapel 12 Donation 150. Fashions by
sister I late Mrs. Dorothy Tynes, of2181Ruthland
\ noon on Friday until 5 a.m. Mrs. Regis Bell.
.. < . Lamar Scott of 1491 NW 43 '
St. Opa-Locka
Saturday, at the church 6a.m. The Charmettes Club of
rt. St. died July 22.He is survived -
Florida, were held 4:00 p.m. until funeral time. Survivors Hallandale and Carver
Saturday July 20 at the by his widow Lillie Mae; a
,
Church of Tranfriguration in daughter Mrs. Elizabeth Wil- include three daughters, Mrs. Ranches, will have their Saturday -
Ar Cleomie Woods. Mrs.Clotilda night party at the VFW
Opa-Licka. Mrs. Tynes died son; two grandchildren; two
Williams and Mrs. Gwendolyn
a Post No.8195 this Friday July
brothers Homer and Alfonso ,
: July 17. She is survived by ;
; Heastie; one son A10grandchildren 26 plenty refreshments and
fij' a husband Edgrett, mother a sister Corene Durden. Ar- ,
two great'grandchildren.
;
music Mr. David Meritt, is
rangements are incomplete.Mrs. .
Martha Hann, father luther president.The .
Hanna, three sisters, Joyce, i
W Annie Wooten of 6234 South BrowardPostNo.
Essie and Thelma Hanna
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three daughters, Gwendoly, NW 19th Ave.,died July 17.She 8195 VFW will have their Sa-
Harry Holmes of 309 turday night Fish-Fry this Sa-
Francina and Antoinette two is survived by five daughters
ALBERT JAMES BARRY ,
sons Edward and Anthony Georgia Mae Saunders, Clara NW 1st Ave., Hallandile died turday, members please come
,
who passed way July 2,1' Tynes, and ahost of other and Ella Wooten; Elma Green, July 20. Services will be held out and support your post,new
Saturday at 4 p.m. in the chapel members and (comrades we
wishes to express our sincere relatives and friends. and Josephine Phillips; three ,
and Rev. 0. W. Foster, officiating. will be looking for plentyof
ANNIE LEE MCMILLAN thanks to our many friends The remains of Robert sons. Foster, Clarence and you,
He is survived by his wife Mettle refreshments, music and
neighbors, for their wonderfulact Dozier, of 300 NW 4th Avenue, Samuel; four sisters, four ,
,, of kindness during the lost brothers. Services' were held ; two sons Nathaniel and conclLfritters.
who departed this life July. 25, Fort Lauderdale, Florida,are
1967. of our love one.Sincerethanksto being shipped to Kingstree, Mbnday' at'St. James'AME Frank; three daughters Mildred -*

each and everyone who sent S.C. Tuesday, July 23, at 1:45 Church. Kendrick, Gladys Pope IN MEMORIAMIn

God sees when the footsteps telegrams, cards, letters,and p.m. Mr. Dozier died July 14 and Blanche Hampton; 14 of the late
grandchildren and four great memory
falter beautiful floral sprays. He is survived by; a wife, Lily
We also like to thank the Rt. BAIN'SMrs. grands.
When the pathway has grown Bell and one sister, Pearline
too Rev. Nicholas A. Derrick, Macfadden.Mr. Bechem Marcell Terrell of MINNIE MCCLOUDwho
Then steep He touches the Bishop of St. Nicholas Pro- Lula Mae Carter, of 313 NW 7th Street,Hallandale, departed this life on July
weary Cathedral West Indian 12231 S.W. 218th Street, died July 21, at Memorial Hos- 22, 1960, and laid to rest on
Willie of
Davis 17725
eyelids Goulds died on July 18, at the is July 31, 1960.
Catholic Church, The Rev. A. pital. He survivedbyhiswife
And gives his dear SW 103rd. St. perrine Fla.
ones sleep. ,
South Miami Hospital. Sur- Rest eternal grant unto her
Tyrrel Dear, Priest of the died 20 1968. He is Annie Bell;two daughters
July sur-
Church of the Incarnation, St. vivors include her husband Betty and Ruby; ones on Be oh Lord, and may light per
missed vived his and
Sadly by by parents Mr.
; ; ,
Agnes Church Coronet Band, Louis, 3 grandchildren,5 great chem Jr.; four sisters HattieM. petual shine upon her.
Mae Dean, Geleta Lee and Mrs. Willie Davis, one son,
Lena Mt. Olivette Coronet Band, brother grandchildren and other ., Ida L., Inez and Mary;two
sisters Davis
Rahmings Gregory one
,
relatives. Funeral services Mrs. Homilee Hunter
The House of Albert Funeral brothers Tommie and Abra- ,
Cyril, Rey, Albert, Na- Earl S. Davis, two grandmothers
Home and all of its courteous will be hsld on Saturday at ham. daughter
thaniel and Norris Higgs. staff. two aunts, six 3 p.m. at the Union Baptist
brothers. uncles, tree great aunts and a. Church in Goulds, Rev. A.G.
host of other relativesand
Mrs. Olive P. Barry-wife Daniels officiating.
friends. Funeral service Rev. Joseph Roberts of
Mrs. Athenia Spann-Duag. ,
IN MEMORIAMIn will be held at 2OOpmSat- TME
Mrs. Flora JohnsonDaug.Miss 3858 Grand Avenue, Coconut
Fredericka BarryDaug.Mrs. urday, July 27, at the Kerr Grove died on July 18, at the
Memorial Methodist Churchin
loving memory of our beloved Hermo Larkins-Daug. Jackson Memorial Hospital.
sister and aunt Sons; Sidney, Cleveland, Perrine, Florida. Mr. Roberts is survived by

Garfield and Wilfred Mrs. Ethel Holmes, of 829 7 nieces, including Mrs. U to tie
Verneka 1 Ufftf MWHUMC
Wiggins, adopted
____.___m.._ __ NW 46th St., Miami, Florida 2
The Rev. Richard L.Barry, died July 21. Funeral arrangements daughter, nephews. Funeral
grandson and his other 33 are incomplete. services will be held on a ppoiat eat oftw
great-grand children, neices Thrusdiy at 5 p.m. from the

and nephews in miami, Beulah Baptist Churchin

Opa-Locka, Harbour, Island Cocount Grove, Rev. E.R.
Bahamas, New York and RICHARDSONServices Ferguson officating.Mrs. .

Philedephia. for OsiaDelkof

150 NW44thSt.,who died Wed- Molly Davis, of 1211

IN MEMORIAMIn nesday, July 17, were held NW 8th Avenue, Florida City
Tuesday, July 23, in the died on July 20 at the Jackson
memory ofMR.ARTHUR chapel. Survivors Include wife Memorial Hospital. Mrs.

Pr Elinda: a stepson, his mother, Davis is survived by her husband .

Catherine; three sisters.Mrs. johnnleLee, mother
Leola Owens, Mary Pirtle and Mrs. Hattie Robinson, 1 sister
Barbara Chisolm; three brothers and other relatives. Funeral

Bland,Haywood,Jr.and services will be held on Sat-

... .a Robert, all of Brownsville, urday at 11 a.m. from St. i"
Term. Matthews Holiness Church, in '
MAGGIE THOMPSON
JACKSONwho Mrs. Ella Murrayof740NWFirst Florida City with Rev. J.S.

Ct., died Thursday,July Davis, officiating.

18. Arrangements are incom-
departed this life July 23, Z : plete. Henry Carter of 10145 S.W. t

1967. Mrs. Alma Williams Darden 17th; .'Terrace, Perrine died CommissionerEARL

of 1150 NW First Place, died on July 23, at the Jackson

If I could only hear Saturday'; July'20.Services Memorial Hospital. Mr.

my sister voice again LEE McGRIFFwho will be held Sunday,July 28, in Carter is survived by his wife CARROLL_
How happy I would be departed this life July 25, Ft. Pierce. Remains will repose Mrs. Bessie Carter, 1

!It It mean so much so much to 1967. at 12 noon Thursday in daughter Mrs. Daisy L. Vice Tutidwt
I me. Rest eternal grant unto him the chapel. Survivors include Harris, 5 grandchildren' and 7 Q,4 itt 'cMufe

r, Oh Lord, and May light perpetual her husband Willie James;one greatgrand, 1 sister. Funeral

shine upon him. son Ronald; her mother Mrs. services will be held on[ 01{ fdlic JteUtiour
'Thompson, Howardr' at 5 from the
McGrlff family and Willie Henrietta Tyler; a stepfatherthree Saturday p.m. ,
and Martin FamU1es.I., Chapel.
Frank Bell. brothers, two sisters.


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 26, 1968 23


'-.aj rn ng At draw sv 1 Commni oo .
BROW ARD BRIEfS VOICEOF
SUCCESS was the word ment and strategy.Brownsville. Theory as well ,practice

By 'R. LUTHER BRAYBOY SR. given by all of the teenage softball is involved in our instructions.
critics for the talent show that team defeated North Dade These activities help the participants -
was. held'last week in the by a score of 92.The Captainof to strengthen the

And there came, unannounced,a man Into mild hole m proclaiming great success and know how In the art of cleaningup trained by Miss June Members of the team were posture, etc.

anomalous'communities. Being white of skin the inhabitantsof COMMUNITY Brownlee and Mrs.Frances Buck, Booker., Whitney Mr. James Fay son,
"mud hole manor' (number one Carver Ranches) blazed Pierce. Bobby Durden was at Clint, Donald, Bueford, director and Mr. M. I.Bannermin .
into a flame of strong suspicion concerning this mans motives. with hisbestas M.C. for the Donald, Snow white, and Principal surely
"Who does bethink he is?" He is no more than ashield betweenthe TOM WASHINGTONLet's evening. Miss Marva Perry Dog. envisioned what was neces
county commission and the community." These are but a Banner man and her Metro Fundamentals are also sary for the carrying out of
few of the many questions asked and the statements made.about talk about the oldest staff cooperated beautifully in being taught in golf, archery, such activities for our

William Hoffhelmes, chairman of the Carver Ranches Hyde unit of civilization the fami- support toward discipline. croquet and football by Brownsville community.
park Homeowners Association. ly. There are both problem Coordinating the tennis and Mr. Joe Pieze and Mr Richard We can boast the fact that
That these suspicions were unfounded has been proven by the families and family problems. vollyball for boys and girls Smith The activities are enjoyed In all our activites (ourdoors)
all out cooperation of a community that is not going to take any Families that are broken by from 7-10 p.m. every eveningis by all of the participants There is fresh air and SunSHINE -
more fumbling from the county commission. Mr. Hoffheimesis divorce, desertion, and sepa- Mrs. Marion Allen. As in because of the special fascina- (Indoors) we have air
indeed a very capable and ever alert organizer. He knows ration are widely recognizedas every other game, before one tion for most of them.For example conditioning.We .
how to get the closed doors open and the people of Carvers problems but families may can play tennis or volleyballwith we can remember are happy to have for this
) Ranches appreciate and thank him for his civic effort. How- also be broken emotionally, any degree or skill, one playing Indain with a home- week's motto, "One can only
ever, it behooves the county commission to take a closer look which they are not they are must master the fundamentals made bow and arrow and receive as much out of an act-
at whom they are dealing with in ;this mater Ihasten to assure broken physically. along wlthcourtesy and listening to the legends of ivity that he puts into the act-
these gentlemen that you are not dealing with those of old days There are approximately sportsmanship, care of equip- Robin Hood and William Tell. ivity." C U next WK.

gone by who were geared to an economic standard which demanded 400,000 divorces granted In
they leave for work in the dark and return the same the United States each year.
way. You are not dealing with a people who are bemused by One out of every four marri- c
.,'
such things as ad-valorem taxes, assets, expinditures and ages will end up in divorce k ,
other words that fell on uncomprehending minds. The people court. For divorce, the results '
with whom you will have to deal are the sons and daughters of rather than the cause of broken

the people you've ignored for these twenty years. They grew marriages. The risk of divorce k..4 k
up here. Some now have children of their own and they are is greater in lower income -
still surrounded by the very same conditions that existed when families than In highly
they were children. These young people want change. They income families. Middle class
want action and no more hedging and political hodge podge. and iprofessionalt people often

The program now underway got its inception from three resort to such separation in y y !
successive articles carried by the Miami Times written by order to avoid the scandal of X' f
yours truly, and the three daily articles presented by the divorce.
Hollywood Sun Tattler.'We have launched a terrific start and Some 600,000 families in the 1 'st1.x
moral is very high. But remember we have a long and hard United States are also broken
fight ahead so let's grit our teeth and buckle down and stayin each year from the death otthe \
there and fight, come hell or high water. Remember the husband or the wife.The death .
darkest hour is Just before the dawn. broken families areapttoex- ,. A
Briefs from a long fingernail...The many friends, coworkers perience two kinds of prob-
and relatives of Mrs. Jestine Lowe Matthews are happyto lems, the problems of inade-
know that she is on the mend at Memorial Hospital after an quate income and problems of '

operation last Monday, and hope for her early return home emotional readjustment. Artistic Floral
. Mrs. Lillian M. Slaughter of New York City, and Daytona Conflict families, men and Shop
Beach, was a recent houseguest of Ruby and Marcellus cut- women are drawn together bya
ler. Mrs. Slaughter is pianist at St. Luke's AME Church in sexual need and forced together HOME: 693-2708 SHOP: 691-7475
New York . Mrs. Janet Daise Informs this writer that the by social pressure un-
ARRANGEMENTS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
last T.B. exams held at the VFW Post home did not scratchthe til they find themselves trap-
surface la relations to what really should done in Car- ped in marriage. NATURAL AND ARTIFICIAL

ver Ranches health wise . Those of you who still scoff at Marriage to the woman "You Can't Go Wrong if You Give Flowers"
George Wallace had better take a very close look at your means too much child bearing,
presidential election laws. If no t elected this man is still a unending drudgery, and an unfaithful MRS MABLE BODIE, Prop.

threat to wind up with a powerful and important post in our husband. MRS. DORA WILLIAMS, Bus. Mgr
government. . Let's everyone of us be at the county park on To the man it means inade-
1551 NW 62nd STREET MIAMI FLORIDA
Wednesday night at 8 p.m. this is your community fight for quate income,too much respm-
itl! That's thirty for this time till next time. Buy the Times. sibility f.and too many limita-
tions on his personal freedom.

,..y NBC' f'I_ijTOR l : Design lnternsmp|; thrive Multiproblem in ignorance families and in- SHOP & COMPARETAXES

.
I \:, '.','I\II'f.... n' i competence. Perhaps their
'
: \" ;; _''>' ':" : % #': :fA'4 outstanding features in
.JK. '
; Rrpgram..., For 4fSBAl' ,S-k ,
.,, "\ ,,_ .. .. f ''' families is that they fail to
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perform vitually every func-
The National Business It is a heartening breaking of
tion that is normally associated -
League, the 68 year old private new ground. SBA has thus now with the family life. ARE UP AGAIN &
business taken the lead in the and
Negro and economic study
work out-
Wives frequently
development association design of on the Job trainingfor side the home in unskilled Jobs EVERYBODOY'S RAISING PRICES.

founded by Bo oker. T. enreprenurs,particularlyfor and associates being at home MARCHE
Washington in 1900, has Just the Negro and other only with additional drugery. NOT AT BON

received a research grant minority members" Burrell In adequate families. The I
from the small Business pointed out that a report of atmosphere of this life is thatno \
Administration of $13,000 to the Labor Department to one ukes else
anyone every i'
study the receptivity of bus- House Subcommittee No.5, much. OTR JUICES THE MEi

iness to on-the-Job trainingfor November 1967 outlined how
The "kill Joy' atmosphere, 1 wmm
potential entrepreneursand the several agencies had no they can see the worse of
managers. place for a program provide everything that happens and i
NBL President Berkeley G. with acres to a I
Negroes
everything that will happen. Business Laundered REG. $1.25
Bur r e 11 upon receiving the "real piece of the action as
The critical atmosphere,
grant explained.. it as follows: managers." every criticizes everyone SHIRTS 15 DRESSES 99cWith
"This is a most welcome else. The other person is always -

HAIR DOESN'T MM* gap filler," he stated. "It into can wrong and is blame for any 'dry cleaning offer Cleaned & Pressed
black
help turn power everything that happens.The .
I pf
green power. Others"could atmosphere of acces- THESE PRICES GOOD ONLY IF PICKED UP IN TEN DAYSOR LESSII
well follow SBA's lead. sive pity. Attitudes toward

The'tudy and program de their children and toward all "A.'.. '. : w .

sign project( will be completedby outsiders.The rr ,;;/ ''' ", " ,>: : ',; ,< .: :
October 1968 and will be atmosphere of selfish f4 ',:,:, ..
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the net- ......". ., : \ :
performed through egotism.Is able to think only of ...... ',' : ,' " "\\I'.v.: :,,: ; I- '
work of 10 local National Busi- his own wishes and is completely 'J-f. M ....(Laund.ri:. a) \1.j.' ).. .,.', ,;" '.,'Llt.: > I
ness League Project Out- ""' .JI', ". < " ' .L(" ',' 'f-! '.f:' '''
needof .
insensative to the '
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National Business, ' ,ft "- '
reached; a other family members.Not '..,. ..", ," : w' : r ( ::::\ '.a
League, Office of Economic j' .' -.'". ,","t" ,;;' ' fr. ;.'l, ,. '[..........".
all families 't1M' ,"
are prob- .. ...... "; 1 :"' 1' "
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Economic .C.. 1.\1" <( i'J" !
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Opportunity lem families and many .' : : I\J { : r;)" :j :.:, .....J
Development Administration ..... ct...,...."' }.. .';" ., (' "", , ., 't< ,
f families produce in abundant (.'II'. " ,' >!.,.'
offers ',"11' i h \\\I\,' :':' II ..;.\ . 0R YfiUfc supportedjjrograms measures that satisflcation .. '!,' " .- : > :::: ..',"','.,',,:,'t', oM,:
management training and that are traditionally associated "I..... ,' ,,) "' ','l' ,1hii'.J:: !;':' r
other technical assistance to .., '''!''''' :&&h:; '' ::.; r.J.. ,' ", !h
with life. Let'smove .. '
family ..,.. j .tM'\f" ' ..J" Ji '!w'" '. )
ghetto small businessmen. away from the TV, and i"t , :', ,,( .,, ,,;fI, Wtt'1; .:
'f. ' ,, ; 1,"
'-IS',,",: .t':!(
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I all of our social activities for ." :" ' : $: ;1\, i"1': :,f'.1;. y:1:, ,'
I little while and take a good long f' l1d .. '' 4'IY 'y V?, l ltDI
MACHINE .11 4/ 7'/4" ( W 1
SEWING
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and work .
look at families ,
; SPECIAL our >' '" 'II' '")'"((1' ,' '
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; on Just being a little better. t '
3 DAYS ONLY


Wbwillcton. IS i1I
oil and idjust
inysewtnimachine 9,1 SALVATION ARMYGo
regardless -
ef'&t
or on helping them help
. I Add conditionCALL others give so they can give 4 S/ a /8 9/
. send your donation to The i
685-1564 Salvation Army Building Fund e e .
HL Drive, Box 1484, Miami, Fla.


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24 THE UlAlllTlilPC"' Friday, July 2ft., 1968

\ ttw MT.TABOR BRCWNSVILLE
Bus Chartered To National BAPTIST

/' ." f Rev James Hendon, pastor R)1. F. L. Johnson,pastor

-i1'i"! '. Baptist ConventionThe George Ingraham, reporterOn Elizabeth Wright, reporter

lastSunday our Home There will be an after ser-

Baptist Women's State a n'd reservations should be Missionary Society conducteda vice musical program Sunday

Convention, of which Doctor made now by calling DoctorL program The speaker for the night, July 28. The following

,Susie Holley is president, has G. Pratt, 635-7659 or Mrs.A. occasion was Mrs. S. A. groups will appear, Tile Wil-
chartered a bus to transport L. Blackshear, 7574785. Thomas of Mt. Sinai Baptist liam Sisters and the Melo-

0 .i those attending the National The entire fare must be paid Church. The event was very tones. Don't ''miss the date.
Ccnvention which will convenein by August 10-to assure a seat. successful and the speaker There will be a sale at the

r Atlanta, Georgia. Because of the illness of simply wonderful. church Saturday to benefit

Miss Marie White, who has always Our Vacation Bible School Men's Day.Deacon .
The bus will leave Mt.Sinai served as chairman, will be held the week of July and Sister William
&r, ipu3In 1tliurdj!t &uooayST. Baptist Church of which the Mrs. A. O. Parker, presidentof 29 August 3.We are now registering Wright are leaving town this

Rev. Cleo'Albury is pastor on the Florida East Coast Association students by way of our week to visit sisters and bro-

Monday (Labor Day: ), September [ will nuke the con- Sunday School and Baptist thers in Conn., Mass., N. Y.,
JAMES GROVE
JORDON
2, at 600p.mandproceed tact that has been mafia by Training Union. We are also and S. Carolina.They are ask-

Rev. S. L, Gay, pastor Rev. Douglas Cook, pastor onto Ft. Lauderdale Miss White. Mrs. Luvenia Stewart calling for workers to help us ing your prayers for a safe
Joseph Marshall, reporterWe Eddie Gilbert, reporter Palm Beach. Cocoa, Ocala and has notified Mrs. Pratt make our vas one of the best
are happy to announceour other points along the route to and Miss White that there will trip.Brownsville Baptist is one

Women's Diy chairman Is ....... Atlanta. The fare to and from be a large delegation from the ever.The Tenth AnnualSessionofthe of the headquarters for Model

Mrs. Annette plummer and the convention will be $28.00 Bahamas. Florida EastCoastDistrict City program. Make it a pointto

co-chairman Mrs. VeraM. y b.zu Sunday School and Bap- attend some of these pro-

Coffee, which wUl come off in ST. NICHOLAS ST. PAULRev. tist Training Union Congress grams, should you live in this
November.Our : will be held in Ft. Lauderdalethe area, 2775 NW 60th Street.

quarterly conference 1590 NW 54th Street T. C. Kelley, pastor week of July 22 27. Our Our prayers are extendedto

will be held Friday, at 8 p.m. On Sunday, July 28,at 9 a.m. Mary Amos, reporterAll "Banner Winning" Youth the sick and shut-ins and
Sunday morning:, the pastor is .. a Solemn Pontifical Mass will parents who have child- Choir will be on program Saturday those who! are bereaved.

aking all boards and clubs to be solemnized by Bishop N.A. ren in the Cradle Rolle Classin morning. Delegatesfrom
Derrick rector. The sermon Mt.Tabor are as follow; GREATER NEWMACEDONIA
make a good report and be i Sunday School please send
present to represent your ..... will be delivered by the Most your name and the child t l s Mrs. B. Powell, Mrs A.
Rev. Dr. G. F. Ehrline. Atthe Powell, Deacon S. Br u ton,
board or club. name, address and telephone Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor
The July-ites and their conclusion of said Mass, the number to Sunday School next Sheryl Wooten, Jacqueline: The president, officers and
chairman Sister Perkin will Most Rev. George F. Ehrline Sunday in order to completeour Johnson, Eldrick Bellamy,and 1 members of Ushers' Board

sell dinners in the Parish Hall OF HERMAN THOMASThe D.D, P.F.C. of the American record. Robert Sallins. No. 1 would like to thank each

Sunday. This is our final plea. No. 1 Chior will begin Catholic Church, Apostalic Who will be Jr. Miss St. and everyone who helped made

We are making a final report the celebration of their 10th, Episcopal, will present the Paul?The answer to this ques- GRACE their 6th Anniversary a great

Sunday, at 7 p.m. We wish to Anniversary on Friday nightat certificate of Doc tor of DIvinity tion will be Sunday, July 28, at success. Special thanks to

thank the members of St. 8 p.m. with a Musical pro- degree from Faith 7:30 p.m. please come out and Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor Rev. Samuel Atchisonandcon

James, Rev. J. B. Blacknelland gram antI will conclude on Sunday Theological Seminary, 1674 give your support to this affair 6895 NW 14th Avenue gregation of Mt. Calvary Bap-
congregation of Mt. Her- July 28, at 3 p.m. with a Fort Lauderdale. and see who will be crowned. tist Church who closed out the
man, Ft. Lauderdale who worshipped host of Choirs. The public and with the first anniversary of The Male Chorus will cele- Thanks to Mr. Ray Ivory, anniversary, and the Ushers'

with us in our even- all well wishers are invited to the Elevation to the Episcopateof brate their anniversary, Sun- Mrs. Barbara Savoy, Mrs. Federation Association o!MI-

ing worship.All come and hear some good Bishop Derrick. The com- day, July 28, at 3 p.m. Doris Leverity, Mr. and Mrs. ami, Deacon Edwin Ramsey,
members are asked to go singing. mittee takes great pleasure in Usher Board No 2 invites Harold Higgs, and our many president.

with us next Sunday at 3 to Mt. Brother Herman Thomas is extending; a cordial invitationthis you to their Tea,July 28,at the devoted members, who help- The Youth Departmeit will

Herman AME Church, Opa- president.The great event.: home of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie ed to make Sunday's fellowshipa observe their 6th Annual Youth

locka to benefit Men's Day Home Mission will meetat Jacob Dean, President, and Braynon, 1160 NW 55th Ter., memorable success. Diy, July 22, 25, 26 and 28.

Our deepest sympathy to the the church every second and George H, Sturrup,secretary. from 4. 6 p.m. Many: thanks, also to ElderJ On Monday night a Tom

family of Lillian Booth in the fourth Tuesday night Sister The Auxiliary Board invites D. Faniel, who will preach Thumb Wedding was held
loss of her son. Mrs. T. Turner Eva Mae Hope, president. vou to a Tea at the home of 'this Sunday morning, and who i On Thursday night, Rev.
in the loss of her mother Let us pray for the sick all EBENEZER Mrs. Carnegay, 5252 NW 24th will act as general supervisorwhile William M. Slater and congre-

and (the Wooten family in the over the land, that they may Rev A. D. Hall, pastorE. Pl., August 4., from 4- 6 p.m. the pastor and his family gation of Day Spring Baptist

loss of our mother of the soon recover. Ingram, reporter Jackson Memorial Hospitalis are away on vacation Church was in charge of ser,
church. Rev. A. D. Hall will be one in need of women, men and vices.

fL To the sick and shut-ins the among the five Miamianso(52 young people 15 years or olderto Mrs Susie Daniel is a patient Oi tonight (Fridayat8.m.
cross is the way to the. crown.; NEW SHILOH lay and ministerial delegateswho give at least four hours of in Hollywood General a Musical Program will be
.
'f ,';\s. "'- along with Bishop JamesW. their time a week\ If you.are, Hospital; and ww= give condolences
Rev. A. M. Griffin,pastor to the bereaved held.The
familyof
Henle y, will represent interested call Mrs.Hare 371- morning speaker for
Cheryl English, reporterThe Florida at the first session of 9611 ext. 6541.Remember Mrs. Viola Strachan,whose Youth Day will be Brother
NEW PROVIDENCE Pastor's Anniversarywill niece was funerallzed last
the NewUnited Methodist our sick and Ernest Washington, a m mt-er
Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor begin Friday, at 8 p.m. Church's nine state confer shut-ins and say a prayer for Wednesday at NewShiloh Baptist of New Macedonia. The 7 p.m.

Arsula Edwards,reporterThe The Rev. Butler and congre- ence at Lake Junaluska,N C., those who have sorrow tntheir Church. Let us continue to 1 speaker will be Sister Eddie
gation will be in charge. Rev. make our thoughtfulness for
which began Wednesday.The home. 't Louise Jackson: t h e daughter
A. J. Macon and congregation the sick and those in need one
of
Sr. Ushers New Pro- meeting will, for the ; of pastor and Sister Roscoe
vidence will observe their 6th, will be in'charge of the ser- first time, include among the of the greatest strong points of Jackson. Come out and hear
Anniversary Sunday July 28 vice Sunday at 3 p.m. DRAKEThe the church.
534 delegates representing 3 these young people
at 3 Rev. K. E. I All of the No. 2 Ushers are
Rogers
p.m. million church members dele- Pastors Aid wish to
pastor of Mt. Olive Baptist[ asked to please be present gates from Negro churches thank the members and friends

Church will be the guest; Thursday at 6 p.m. newly admitted to the jurisdiction for helping them in their pro- Wards' Contest Ends
The Pastor's Aid Club will
speaker. Everyone is Invitedto I !. At the conference which ject on last Friday night. Many I
meet night at the
attend. Thursday will include the election of one thanks t o the pupils of Mrs. At Mt. ZionThe
home of Sister Shelfield.
The pastor is asking the entire new bishop, the assignment/ of J. W. Dunn for the excellent
membership to go with i The RedCircleandSunshine 11 bishops toadministerepiscopal Orchids to all the "Building Fund Task move as a unit to its new lo
program.
him to Mt. Zion Baptist Church Band will meet Saturday at 2 areas and election of parents who came and made Force" of the Mt.Zion Baptist cation.

NW 3rd Ave and 9th St. Rev.E. p.m.All members to regional and national our attendance a success. Church presents the very cap- The occasion two-fold:(1)
T. Graham, pastor, Monday Juniors are asked to boards -of the church.On The Faithful Women are able, dynamic minister otNew The culmination of the Ward's

night, July 29, at 8 p.m. meet at the church Saturdayfor last Thursday night, ,grateful to all members and Providence Baptist Church, Contest and awarding of the

The Women's Dept. of the measurement of robes at Mrs. Ruby Sims was crowned j friends who made their first Rev. C J. Burney,and his con Rev. Allen Trophy.and(2)The(
5 p.m. queen of the Women's Societyof church observance gregation an evening of worship beginning of the Organiza
< a
Seaboard Associationis program
'J Baptist The No. 2 Choir is having a Monday 29 at 7:30 tions' '
July for the
Christian Service. Her cir- thanks Contest-vying
toSis-
success. Special
chartering a Bus to the National sale Saturday at the ,home of
Baptist Convention, At- cle, the Golden Glee reported i ter Mikell, Sister Reed, and p.m.The Lizzie Harvey Trophy
Sister Patterson 4720 NW 23
,. $315.55. Total amuuntreported Brother Brooks. purpose of this serviceis The public is invited to wor-
lanta Georgia. The bus will
Ct. to get Mount Zion to ship with these
ready two
,
circles
different
by were congrega-
leave, Sept. 2, at 6 p.m. and Thursday night before the The Boy Scouts will have a
tions at
Mt. Zion All
donationsto
arrive in Atlanta,Sept. 3, at third in the $1,093.89. ,dinner sale beginning at noon
Sunday August
Usher Board No. 2 will be in MT. OLIVETTE benefit the building fund.
on Saturday.
who desiresto
8:30
a.m. Anyone
pastor is asking the church to
charge of class meeting Tues-, Lillie Muse Doles, chair-
Deacon Green is still in Doctors -
see Mrs. Mary F.
go may him to Peaceful
accompany Rev. I. C. Mickins,pastor man of the
day night. The public is invit- Building Fund Task
White Mrs. Claudia Wilson Hospital. Sister Rawls,
or Zion in behalf of Rev. Pres- The pastor officers and
of this church West Holly- ed to a Fish Fry, Saturday ,Sister Nora Grant,Sister Ruth Force. Rev. Edward T. Gra-
ton's members
r' anniversary. were the host to the
ham
at the home of and pastor.
night Mr. ,
Grant and Sister D. Brown are
wood, may see Mrs. Essie B. The third Sunday afternoonin 37th Session of the Sunday
1.>- Johnson or Mrs.Leola McCoy. August the. Jr. Choir will Mrs. Eugene Francis, 325 NW at home. Please visitandprayfor School an d BTU Congress of
11th St., Apt. 3. The effort is the sick.
Round trip fare 3000. MT. CARMEL
accompany the pastor to Oak the Atlantic Coast BaptistAs-
4 ,for the benefit of Men's Day.
Prayer services Tuesday, Grove Baptist Church North sociation last week. Special

1 at 7:30 p.m. All members are Miami. ZION HOPE thanks to Mrs. I. C. Mickins, Rev. D. A. Bradley,pastor

urged to attend.Consecration.. ANTIOCH superintendent of Mt. Olivette Louise McGriff, reporterThe
Sunday School and her staff for
't hour of prayer Deacons and Deaconessof
Sunday, at 5:00 a.m. MT. SINAI Rev. J. W. Stepherson, pastor Rev. Paul Freeman, pastor preparing a beautiful opening Mt. Carmel wish to thank
Usher Board No. will celebrate Bessie Williams, reporter program. Thanks to all the who turned out with
,I'' Iio Continue in prayer for our Rev. C. Albury, pastor ,,their anniversary.comeSunday Both choirs and both usher auxiliaries and members who them everyone

sick, shut-ins and those ;who The Usher Board Is spon- at 3 p.m. Rev. 0.,W. boards are asked to be present helped in seeing that the dele- on will their be anniversary.There Tea at the.
a
are bereaved. Visitors are always soring a Calendar Tea, Sun- Foster and congregator ,will along with the officers, and gates were royally entertain- home of Brother and Sister
welcome. day, July 28, in the church'sannex. be in charge of services. You general church at Day Springon Wiggins
on at
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Sunday, 3:30-
Everyone is cordially are welcome. Brother Isaac,, Friday, at 8:00 p.m.Don't Sunday, July 28, is 5p.m. invite
The No. 2 Usher board,will invited to attend. The time is you are 9411
CogdelJ}, president..: forget the sick, shut- Education Day; and we will be NW Little River
give away $150 in cash prizes. .4 to 6 p.m., 698NW, 47th T6r. The,Utility Voices will ren, in, members of bereaved closing out our Annual Schol- Jessie Blvd. Sister
". 1st price, $75; second prize Come out and ,enjoy the wonderfully der a musical program after families, boys in the servicesin arship Rally. U you have not guest Lee Smith and will be the
come hear
her.The
$50; third prize,$25.Saturday planned program. We in- along with been contacted
services Sunday night. your prayers, by a captain, ,No. 2 Choir
at 8 at the'home will have their anniversary -
July 27
p.m. All visitors ,welcome to
are vite you to hear this group. Sister Mary Green, Deacon please see the clerk, Mrs.
,,. of Brother and Sister Kenzie' come and worship with us at All Jr.'s are asked to please Anderson, and Sister Ruth and Ward, Sunday. The Youth Friday on Thursday and
Fussell, 741 NW 52nd St.,Donation time desire night. You are invitedto
any you come out Saturdays* for your Steller Flowers' brother. Choir will be in charge of come.
100. Refreshmentswill Our Evangelistic period ,is meetings at 5 p.m. The ladies of the church are music and a fine speaker for Remember the

,"' be on sale. drawing near. Aug. 5-16. Be- fray for and vist all our sick; working: toward their annual this occasion will be Mrs LC. ins and those who sick have, shut-lost

,'I Brother J. C. Brown,presi- gin planning to attend.' and shut-ins. Brother Bryant: Women's Day drive. They are Mickins, soloist Miss Joan: some of their love ones.

' 'dent, Rev. C. J. Burney, pas- Remember to pray for our Fisher is in Jackson Hospitalroom asking your cooperation, by Storr. Mrs. Marion Arinah is for the boys in Vietnam. Visitors Pray-
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PRESENTINGIN CHRIST NEW HOPE NEW HOPE Black Alan

CONCERT EPISCOPALCanon HOLDS REVIVALThe
Singing songs from their T R. Gibson, rector Rev W.E. Sims pastor New Hope Baptist loses AgainThe LEON
Loraine Fuller
ReporterOld
latest album
"Driving Up TheHfghwty"
Antoinette SUva,reporter Church, 13th St. and 1st Pl.,
"Thank You Lord' Last week the Episcopal fashion prayer meetingis is now having a two week session -
God's anointed and America's Young churchmen heldi annual In progress here every night of revival and prayer black man suffered another SAYS

most favorite spiritual sing- elections. The new officersare beginning promptly at 8p.m.to meeting for the month of July. stunning loss in the mur-
ing family, Wiggle Ingram and : Avery Robinson, presi- 9 p.m. everyone Is cordially Prayer meeting begins at 8 der of Senator Robert Francis

the Ingramettes of Richmond, dent; Yvonne Smith, vice- invited to come and pray p.m. until p.m. with the deacons Kennedy, Sepia msgazinesays
Virginia along with Evangelist president; Bessie Saunders, with us.July and deaconess,and members In an article in the August Is-

Greenwood Chicago, ill., secretary Antoinette Silva, 29th thru August 2nd of the church conducting. sue.
the Sons'of Jericho of Miami assistant secretary; and "Revival". Come those who are On Monday, July 22 Rev.T. e

and the No. Two Choir of New Gloria McCree, treasurer. strong be stronger those who W. Samuels started the The story written by a man
Macedonia w
: on Thursday night, Teenagers who are inter- are weak,be strengthened,thosewao (weekly sessions of revival who was on the scene, pointsout
August 15,at8p.m.This spec- ested in teaching Bible School have run away come back meetings, also starting at 8:00 three shots were fired into
tacular extravaganza will beheld this summer should home. Choirs
contact will be singing p.m. until. instead L..r
Senator Kennedy of the
at Greater New Macedonia Mrs.Fredricka Brown at 443- each night. The Rev. B.L. All members and friends two .
comuuily supposed.In
Baptist Church, 3165 NW 1228. Training for those interested Mack from the Macedonia are asked to come out and en-

56th St., Miami.CHRISTIAN. will be held At.St. Baptist Church, West Holly- Joy this eventful meeting.

Thomas Episcopal Church. wood, Fla. will be the Evan- R!v. H. C. Samuels pastor a related story,the ma ja-
Get wall wishes are extended gelist. All are welcome. Mi's. S. K. Robinson re- zine points out the ridiculous!
SCIENCE"Ye to Mrs. Adella Thompsonand Continue to vlst all of our porter. ease with which the tools of When

shall know the truth, Mr, Charles Martin. sick and shut'-Ins, and pray murder may be purchased,
and the truth shall make you The Episcopal Churchw&- that they will be healed by.their this despite the murder of
tree," These word of Jesusas men held their meeting July faith in God. ST. LUKt three prominent Americans in
recorded in the Gospel of 21. At this meeting plans of less than five years.

John, are part of the lesson- activities for the year were Rev. Luthe J. Lee, pastor i
sermon titled"Truth"to be made. CORINTH The congregation will cele. The weapons are already in
read in Churches this Sunday. brate their annual Men's Diy, the hands Americans, .
Among related passages to Rev Andrew Jackson, pastor Sunday. You'are invited Joinus thereby making virtually use-

be read from the denominational NEW MT. MORIAHRev. Nina Morrow, reporter in this celebration. Brother less much of the new legisla-
Rev. and Sis. W. T.Thomas Flagler Bronson chairman and Want
textbook,"Scienceand tion in Congress, the story
.
A. L. Sbipp, pastor would like to thank Corinth
Brother
Robert Mitchell co-
Health with Key to theScriptures" says.
Evelyn Souter .reporter
Baptist Church and all of its chairman.
by Mary: Eddy, is Baptism Sunday at 9 a.m.
members, choirs, and groups Dinner will be served after
this "We classify disease as
: the public Is Invited.
for a very fine appreciation the morning worship.D:. FAllen .".
which but
Truth
error, nothing The No. 1 Choir will begin NEW BETHEL
program, given Tuesday night, presiding Elder of the
or Mind can heal,and this Mind their fourteenth anniversary ,
July 9. He was: also admittedinto
North Miami District will be
must be divine, Dot.huma!a. tonight (Thursday), at 8 p.m. FRESHFISH
Jackson Hospital Monday, our speaker at 3 p.m. We are l7i NW 68th TerraceOn
with a musical program,which room :46. looking forward to seeing you. Sunday July 28, we are
ST. MARY'S will continue thru Sunday at 3 There will be a Musical{ program Let us remember to pray proud to announce our home-

With our pastor away on vacation p.m.. with Mrs.Alberta Butler, Friday, July 26, at 8 for the sick and shutIns.Our coming and awards Sunday, at
church services will be Mrs. Jimmie Carson and Mrs.p.m., featuring the Choir No. 1 never location is 163 NW 3:00 p.m. We are honored to
in charge of Rev.' Hunter and Elizabeth Fleming as host Male Chorus of Mt. Tabor 59th Street. have County CommissionerEarl
Rev. 'Young.Sunday July 27, M.C.'s respectively. Various Choir No. t of Brownsville Carroll to present the
groups and choirs will appear. awards. We plan to have an enjoyable -
will be Testimonial' Day, the Chapter and Choir NO. land
.
Male chorus will sing all day After the 3 p.m. service, re of Corinth,and many other tal- NEW BETHLEHEMRev. program.

usher board No.1 will serve freshments ents. You are. cordially invited Thank you Rev. Ernest William -
services.A Joint rehearsal for Choir C, H. Smith, pasto ::.
during
a.m. No. 1 and 2 August 2,at 8 p.m. Minnie Hunter, reporter
new time has been set for
Our monthly conference August There will be pies sold at
our evening services church 1, at 8 p.m. The pastor Is the home of Sister Ella Mae ST. MATTHEWSThe
will begin at ,6 p.m.every Sun
asking all members to be FIRST BAPTIST Walton Friday, July 20, 3151
day night until further notice.
present. NW 61st Street.Stop by and get 18th Anniversary of the
The Women'sDaycommittee Please pray for world Rev. W. M. Davis, pastor a delicious pie. Pulpit Aide Board of St. Matthews -
is still selling dinners Saturday
peace. Donella Turner reporterThe OQ July 26 and 28,the choir M.B.Church will be held
at the church.Donation
Young Matron will hold will sponsor a Musical Pro- Sunday at 3:30 p.m. The public

$1.00. their regular mating,Friday: ,, gram at the church ataOOand in general is invited.
sick shut-ins
Our CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP at 7:30 p.m. All members are 3:00 respectively. Your pres-
remain the same.. Let
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asked to please be present and ence*at (these affairs will be
tinae to pray for them and visit. Rev. P. S. Brown, pastor' on time. greatly, appreciated. Mrs. Lillian Clark, president -

them as often as possible. M. L. Nixon, reporterThe There will be a Musical pro- Let's continue to pray for ; Mrs. Marie Wallace,

pastor is asking the gram sponsored by the No. 2 our sick that they may soon secretary; Rev. M. F. Clark, i
group members and leaders to Choir Sunday, July 28,at 3:00 recover. pastor.
TffiT1ERSOL make Sunday the reportingday p.m. We are looking for our

,'a great day.All members members and guest choirs."
are expected to nuke your The pastor and members
vows to the leader of your witnessed one of the greatest

. choice before Sunday. revival services this year.We Call COME
TELEVISION All youth groups please attend would like to thank the Rev.B. .

Sunday School and BTU .D.Coles,and may God bless
'-. .._.. .. J Congress in Fort Lauderdale him. 2 CHARLESROGERS

Saturday, July 27.Cars wUlbe
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I Miami Amvets Post #75 Installs OfficersAmvets I


I Post 175# of Miami and to develop leadership for lems, hospitalization, and vet

will install its slate of officers the preservation of our erans benefits.

POET'SCORNER I Sunday, July 28, at 4 p.m. at American democracy; ((3)) To Amvets Post 175# of Miami
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the Amvets House, 1251 NW ke e p the public forever reminded will install the following of-

56th Street, Miami. The gen- that the veterans of ficers: John W. Crawford,
eral public is cordially invitedto World War H, Korea, and Viet commander; Charlie Powell,
By GENE GRIENER attend. Refreshments will Nam served preserve 1st vice-commander; WilliamE

------------------------.-------------------------___.__uu____uu.. be peace, liberty, and demtlCracyfor Manker,2ndvice-comtnan-
_... . .. .. '" .. ..:. MIl served.
The purpose of the Amvetsare their Nation; ((4)) To expe- der; Jesse Walden, 3rd vice-

Look Back "To My Wife' as follows(1)toserveour( ) dite and assist in the rehabilitation commander; Willie Powell,
country in peace as in war; to of the veteran by maintenance : Judge advocate; Herbert Mur-
build and maintain the welfare otem 'oym \ services ray, service officer; Mdlvin
Then Look Ahead/ As I labored hard !In search of power
educational R Knowles adjutant John W.
many were the wounds inflicted of United States of Ame.-ica toward sponsoring ;
upon me. lasting and opportunities, and providing Black, provost marshall; Anthony
peace pros-
Tender
Oh listen dear ancestors wer" your hands that bound themso
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perity for all its inhabitants counsel on insurance,housing, Forrest, historian; Joe
'A restin' in the field whole and strong and I before the world. ;
; (2)) To inspire in our member- recreation, personal prob- Wright, chaplain.
Ya' know it's kinda' funny but,
We are 'a sufferin' still. And now the Ingratitude of friendsall ship a sense responsibility,

Fm sure you can assist me, your but forgiving wilt my heart spirit; Jobmobile Open 7 Days:':8 A.M. to I 10 P.M.

For your spirit is not dead; renews my faith in them.In The Best For Less At
LocationsThis
I find it necessary to,
"Look back, then look ahead.' the tempest of political life
a man must have a haven; is where the Job mobile

I see now Dear Ones, how you died, so have you made our homea is:

While white ones ramped and played; sanctuary and a castle Monday, July 29,NW 58th St.
'* And frolicked happily in the sun, and 7th Ave. (Shells City East
While in the swamps you laid. . Hon. Ferdinand E Marcos parking lot).
Pies of the Philippines Tuesday, NW 22nd Avenue

I even now, see how you lived, and Bunche Park Drive.
'A murderin' in the dike; '. (Across from the swimmingpool

Just as you, ril kill ya' know, The TremorA ).
Just show me who to strike. Wednesday, July 31, NW 17
Avenue and 46th Street. i1-'LjiiLirr1

ril regain the pride that once was yours, drip and then one more Thursday, August 1, NW 14

Your; strong, bold statue too; Has never a drip meant more before? AVenue and 64th Street. (Liberty

Til refuse: to bow 'wnitey's' lash, A sound unrecognized, City CoTitnnity Center.)
Just as you used to do. Friday, August 2, NW 12th
Yet drip by drip will grow in size.A !:. .... .
Avenue and .
54thSt.Grandwayparking ..:_
They tell us you were docile, beat rings steadily, lot.)

But Fm now hip to that game; But none knows what! that beat can be,
CARS SOLD
Til learn of ALL your feats, ya' know, A rythm attention prone OVER 40,600
and of name
even your And beat by beat will soon be know/i
fm seem' now, much clearer as, With you, the roads I tread; .ytDK
A song munificent)
Success draws very near as I,
And to the tune sweet words are lent, Shows 51 %
"Look back, then Look ahead. Repeat
Those words, a cause to think

My day is sorta' hazy tho', And song by song in the time will shrink. And Referral BusinessMUNICIPAL

It's really quite a shame; .
Ain't bought and sold for coins now, The tremor goes on forever ,.x
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"You'll see,' said they,"M>' w.y: is right." Miami Edison 9th grade

And some fall for that lure!" Every minute anda

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I am now well informed; in just one day And with
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Which cannot be prolonged. day after day my hopes are fading ters coast to coast
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I now demand my share of life, Oh, please God, send me a friend. proves ALWAYS HONDftEDS OF 1955's
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are sewed up for anybody.We him. We'll make sure your delegates get it
refuse to believe that the people don't We refuse to believe that the convention delegates immediately.We. .
matter any more. of this state won't respond ...you...all of us can't cave in. Not now.
We refuse to believe that Republicans, Democrats when the people act. There's too much to lose. But time is
and Independents won't join We refuse to believe that the delegates won't perilously short.
hands when America's future (and unify behind the only man who can Sign your name.
maybe its survival) is at stake. unify the country.If Join Hands
We refuse to sit around and mope just because you believe as we do, we invite you to Join for Rocky.
Nelson Rockefeller is fighting an up Hands for Rocky by signing and
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Co-chairmen: Mrs.Thomas W. Braden Louis Armstrong Lionel Hampton Sarah Palfrey
1" James Farmer Eugene Black Wallace K. Harrison Mrs. Sidney Poitier
, Gen.Roswell James L. Gavin. Frank L. Boyden Martin Luther King, Sr. Kai Winding
: Ralph Lazarus Gllpatrlc Cob CalloWay John Laidlaw Bishop William J. Wales
Detlev Bronk Walter Lippmann
Executive Director: James R.Heekln,Jr. John McCone
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'" ) ti rSpearingwilh..1 Black Athletes Charge

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J the dugout, and when they'reall i b acks.
out on the field, wMch is
MARLINS REGAIN LEAD where they usually are," says Some significant changes in
form Yankee pitcher Jim the status of Negro players has
I The Marlins took over the lead of the Eastern Division by Bouton describing the views ofhis been achieved, says Dick
defeating the Ft. Lauderdale Yankees, intheirlast three games fellow whites towards: the Schaap, author of the Lookar-
with some new faces they look to be a much improved team. blacks in baseball. ticle. He cites the breaking off
One of the best games of the season was played Sunday night Bouton's assessment o the "cash barrier," which has TO
before the largest crowd ((6,091)) in the Florida State League race relations among athletesIs enabled black athletes t o be L ALL nr BOWLER.S nMr
this season. This happened to be Veld Farm night where 50 pictured as the prevailingwhite among the highest paid of all TOURNAMENTOF
per cent of the crowd were kids. Theyall had a wonderful time, attitude in sports in an sports professionals, and the ?{ I AMERICAS
even their parents enjoyed it. article, "Revolt of the Black end of the quota system which .
'Here is something to take advantage of next Sunday night Athletes,' in the current issue once restricted the number of Gvt '1Q /
will be family night and the whole family will be admitted for of Look Magazine Negroes on a given team. .

the price of one dollar. And with this you can eat your dinner The black athlete himself is Hi \ .... B. I
barbaque chicken with all trimmings for one dollar, and In a black mood, according to Ironically the breaking RlT/II/f
enjoy a good ball game. My advise is bring one and bring all. the article. He has come, for down of the quota system has

This weeks schedule Thursday, Friday July 25-26, Marlins the most part, out of the urbanor backfired in some respects.In .....- -- .--
vs Lakeland, Sunday, July 28, Marlins vs West Palm Beach; rural slums, scrambling St. Louis, by frequently start-
"* Monday, July 29, Marlins vs Ft. Lauderdale;Wednesday,July and clawing, using his ability ing five Negro players, the The bowling team from Bermuda entered in the
31 Aug. 1, Marlins vs Cocoa.A11 Sunday games at 6:30 p.m to run, Jump, punch, and shoot Hawks basketball team of the Fifth Annual Bowling Tournament of the Americasare

the rest at 7:30 p.m. basketballs to carry him onto NBA lost some of their white shown above. Left to right are Hattieann Spencer -
an education' wealth and fame fans and the resulting declinein
But he has found that the theory attendance was partly responsible Walter Wilson, Roesheene Samuels and Glad-
DOLPHINS ON THE MOVE that equality can be won on the for franchise be- wyn Robinson. - Miami-Metro photo.

I In the less than three yars of their existence, the Miami playing field is only a myth. ing shifted to Atlanta.BUTTERBALL .
Dolphins have really become the Miami Dolphins of Florida. John Henry Johnson, one of BOWLING TOURNAMENT IN PROGRESS
Two years ago, at this time, of 113 men on the initial Dolphins the most successful running NEEDSDONATIONS
\, roster, only nine were Floridians, and only five came backs in the National Football Amateur bowling champions of 25 Western Hemisphere
t\\ from Miami. Today, as Coach George Wilson's men head for League for twelve years, tions and territories have gathered in Miami to compete in
; training camp for the third season, the roster contains 84 mainly withthePittsburgSteelers FOR COOKOUT the sixth annual Invitational Bowling Tournament of the Americas -
names. Thirty-six of these men reside in Florida,and 25 are takes exception to Butterball, WAME dis joc- at Cloverleaf Lanes Tuesday through Sunday(July 3-28)).
from Miami. And of the 25 listing Miami as their home resi- the idea that Negro athletesare key sponsored a cook-out for The City of MiamiandMetropolitanDadeCounty, joint spon-
dence, it is interesting that 19 are players who have moved good enough to play,but not the Children of parkway sors of the event, and the Greater Miami Bowling Assocai-
here as a result of being associated with the Dolphins. to coach or manage Homes at Virginia Key beachon lion, Greater Miami Woman's: Bowling Association, plus the
The first contingent to arrive at training camp, at St. Andrews Many of Johnson's fellow Sunday, July 21. Bowling Proprietors Association of Greater Miami,as well as
School,Boca Raton, will be the coach ing staff, plus three pro players will testify to his many other public spirited organizations, have joined forcesto
quarterbacks (veterans BobGr lese and Rick Norton, and rookie mental ability, but accordingto Many thanks are extended to make the visitors' stay in Miami a memorable one.
Kim Hammond), and three middle linebackers(Frank Emanuel, the article, he has writtento the following merchants who --
more than a dozen teams donated items towards the These persons businesses Butterball at WAME.
Wahoo McDaniel and
Jerry Hopkins, all of whom are vet-
seeking a job as a coach were instrumental in donatingribs
or sponsorship of the cookout.
terans). They will begin meetings at 10am. Friday
morning, Remember! the kids at Parkway
-
chickens
July 19. scout without getting one offer Special thanks go to Earl'sMarket , sauce, bread,
"It's bad he paper plates, napkins etc.and Homes are not "hood-
says, Holsum Bread, ,
Thirty-six rookies and 19 veterans "
to 3
are report by p.m. lums. They are kids whoarein
"When you give a business Shell's Mar- other items necessary make:
City Sampson's
,
Monday, July 22. They will receive equipment and get physicalxaminations these homes because of
the
twelve years of your 11 feand ket, Coca-Cola Bottling Com- cook-out a success
: Their on-the-field
work will begin Tuesday family difficulties, from deathof
then are given no consideration pany, Mullins Amusement
afternoon. We are still in need of
con- parents or Just because
for a job.afterward.want Company Miss Joanna Single-
,,. The remainder of the veterans will report Saturday after- tributors to make our next their parents cannot work and
a in and the
job tary of
football. nurses Mt.
noon July 27.There will be four late rookie arrivals pro
however. cookout. If you can donate any take proper care them ,
The article also that Sinai Frank and 40\
says Gary James
Fullback Larry Csonka, halfback Jim Kiickand, tight end Jim of the items mentioned above Please; help us let these kids 3
the tn/th that black athletes fold Mathews of Frank's Auto
Cox are to play in the Chicago All-Star game, Aug. 2, againstthe under and Glass and and anything you think would know that they are not forgotten h
pressure are men Dave
Reagents
Green Bay Packers, and Flanker Jimmy Hines is trying benefit the cookout,please call _
out as a sprinter for the Olympic squad.
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Oa Saturday evening, July 27, a rookie scrimmage will be
held at 8 p.m., at Boca Raton High School Field. On Sunday,
Aug. 4, starting at 7 p.m., the Dolphins will hold their annual
intra-squadgame,the Offense against the Defense Lockhart
Stadium, in nearby Ft. Lauderdale. I.ttS1

THE CURRY STORYFor S

weeks this column has been mentioning items about
Craig Curry. One of our earlier bits told how Craig had visit-
ed the University of Miami Campus and was very Impressed.We .
wrote then that Curry was: torn between Miami and Min-
I nesota. The biggest factor in Craig's choice was probably the \\
fact that, like most high school graduates, he wanted to go to
a school away from home. \'I\\\S
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AL KNOTT SIGNS FLORIDIAN PACTAl ,

Knott, C e d a r v III e College (Ohio), eighth round draft
choice of the Miami Floridians became the fifth rookie to inka
pact with the American Basketball Association club Jim Pol-
lard, general manager coach announced. HAMBURGERS '
Knott, 6-5, 215 pounds is th ninth back court specialist on :
the Floridians roster and will carry some rather impressive
credentials into rookie camp. ,
A two-time all NAIA -American, the Ohio speedster
averaged 23 points a game and brought a brilliant college 1OCLSZ
career to an end scoring well over 2000 points while garneringAll
Mid-Ohio conference and All NAIA District 22 honors for

three years.GRAMBLING.

TO'MEET MORGAN IN NEW YORK
Grambling and Morgan State two Negro college football
:.
: powers who guard their reputations like feudal lords will I Saturday July 27 Only I.
t r play a charity game here Sept 28 Yankee. Stadium to help ,
4'i students in the ghetto.
The game is sponsored jointly by the Football Coaches Foundation '

," and P. Ballantine and Sons, Newark, N. J. as part of
a. industry's new testimonial to good neighborliness.
Morgan is coached I by Earl Banks, former University of
.. Iowa All-American guard, while astute Eddie Robinson, who I 460 Hialeah Drive54th
leaves little tq chance, is the Grambling mentor.

4 In making the announcement at an elaborate news confer ST. 2 BLOCKS WEST OF LEJEUNE
ence reception held at Toot Shore's, Bill Curtis, manager of
market development for P. Ballantine and Sons,and the energizing -
force behind the contest, pointed out that public awareness -
and public concern precipitated action and made this his
_._ ._
e
toric sports milestone possible.
:; ,It is the first major attraction featuring Negro college teams;
In New York City.With civic groups: Industry and city officials McDonald'sGOOD '
;'"' working in close partnership, efforts are being made: to lure . ..
; 60,000 fans into Yankee Stadium to help unprivileged students < W I IJ
:-1 who otherwise might be abandoned in hopelessness and LOOK FOR THE GOLDEN ARCHES .
r., ;:{ despair. ONLY AT 460 HIALEAH DR. MCDONALD'S ... YOUR KIND OF PLACE !

j'' ,'ria Proceeds will be channeled into educational facilities called 54th ST. 2 BLOCKS WEST OF LE JEUNE
r: ; Street Academies presently operating in Harlem under
!. / auspices of the New York Urban League.
.
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MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 26, 1968 29


leader I Men All Ages! Restore Sex. VigorNOW I IDRESS


AcquittedWASHINGTON. for the first time you can feel the action

taking place to restore and increase Sex Vigor
----- -- ------
.-Hosea and feel the difference within 5 days. SHOPS LOUNGES ACCOUNTANTSE.
Williams, a leader of Poor NO NEED FOR INJECTIONS. 100% SAFE EARL'S ZEBRA LOUNGE
people's Campaign demoistratioos ; PATRICIA'S INC. '4400 NW 7th Avenue 0.CULMER
( has been acquittedof I 100 TABLETS. . .. . $500 (prepaid) 5843 NW 696.3515 17th Avenue Earl Edwards, Prop. Public Accountant

two charges growing out of I PROVEN RESU11S! SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR HONEY BAD SHADDIE'STAVERN Income Tax 1633-3735- Notary
Phone
the closing l of ResurrectionCity. MAIL LORY'S FASHION SHOPS ,6800 NW 15th Avenue
ORDER TO P.O. lOX 2684 6112 NW 7th Avenue Live Ent.rtainm.ntWeekends 5264 N W 24th AvenueS.
DATTON RESEARCH CO. Miami beach, Fla.33140 Martin W. Smith
Williams and 113 others L. McNEAL
were arrested by police on FUNERAL HOMES UPHOLSTERYAL'S UPHOLSTERY Bookkeeping & Tax Service
1730 NW 57th Street
June 24, the day after a Na- WE'VE MOVED!!! r RAHMINGS EVERGREEN 5509 NW 7th Avenue 691.2114
tional park Service permit for MORTUARY 759-8907
Magic City & Harlem Cabs 5253 NW 7th Avenue
operation of the city had ex- 754-0681 or 754.0682MANKERMILTON

pired. They submitted to arrest Operating the Citgo Service Station REALTORSBROWN. peg : *FLORIST
as missed police cleared REALTY ..,.
the area. LOCATION 1501 NW 62 St. 6701 NW 691.9151 15th Avenue 4740 NW 754-0655 7th Avenue Miami. J1or1.. II

Paul Miller a Howard Uni-
versity law professor who defended NEW 696.6400SERVING LAUNDRY &
SAVE UP TO 40%
Williams,said he hopes PHONE CLEANING
to use results in that case as WILLIAMS'TAILORS ON 4340 N.W.7th Avow.Ml..i. .
a precedent in disposing o! THE BROWNSVILLE DOWN. & CLEANERS Auto Insurcsce FI..W.
similar charges against the TOWN ;- COCONUT GROVE AND LIBERTY 1 Day Service Alteration
4842 NW 27th Avenue .
others. CITY AREAS) Phone 634.9251 Liability Physical
DamageSR 1
Williams, field director of, AUTO REPAIREDW. 22 Filing

political activity for the BRYANT'S No One Refused
Southern Christian Leader- Jack's MEN'S GOOD DRIVERS
WEARSEE
ship Conference, was the firstto GARAGE
go to trial. Some others declined 4382 NW 32nd Avenue Ho Finance Charge
to contest the charges, 'MR. JACK"FOR 6354210WINDOW as little as
but Miller said efforts will be IS'OOWN w.a P. tt

made to enter new places for STYLES FOR ALL AGES WE WIRE FLOWERS
AT SHE Ll'S CITY
them. The Very Latest in Men's Fashions REPAIR ANYWHERE'
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5662 M&YO STREET WEST HOLLYWOOD

Congress Expected To Approve $300 down -One FHA mortgage $62 monthly



:: $5.4 Million Housing Bill i 2 bedroomsCBS Lot Tile 60x100 Roof


WASHINGTON-The Senate compromise version of the The final bill follows closely more than 135 per cent of the Other Extras
recomirv'ided established in their own I
\ legislation as : level
and House are expected to measure whose'major featureis 373-3304 OWNER 923-1300
by President Johnson which! communities for admission to
vote this week on a$5.4 million government interest subsides -
hailed low-ineo will carry out the first three public housing.The .
housing bill by one to help
sponsor as the greatest ad.vanceagainstslumsin20 families buy homes.It years of a 10-year programthe program could reducethe
President hopes will wipe interest cost to a familyto NO QUALIFYING
took Just five days for the
4,, years and by another as conferees to iron out some 150 out slums. as little as 1 per cent. ((1)) 4001 NW 19th Ave. 3 bedroom, 2 bath,
"breath-taking" in its scope." differences in the versions Agreement by the conferees The bill also provides
House-Senate Conferees that passed the separate virtually assures passage by government backing for insurance CBS.
the and Senate. riot flood
House against
late last week on a chambers.Jacksonville .
., agreed The provision to assist damage, assistance in the ((2)) 1872 NW 71st St. 2 bedroom, CBS.
home buying Isaimedat planning of new towns, new
:: Man 500,000 families in the$3,000- borrowing and lendingauthor- ((3)) 4846 NW 16th Ave. 3 bedroom, porch,
I : $6,000 income bracket. ity for savings and loan CBS.
The principle of subsidized associations, social serviceto
: : Guilty In MurderA interest in homt loans was not tenants in public housing,
in dispute between the House and special programs to encourage ((4)) 7420 NW 17th Ct. 2 bedroom, CBS.
Jacksonville nun, accus- Herin and Senate, but they differedon private capital to
ed of fatally shooting a bar patron Gertman was charged in the eligibility. build and renovate low-cost ((5)) 1428 NW 30th St. 3 cottages.
in the neck during a $40 killing of Charles R. Henry, The difference was resolved housing.It .
holdup, was found guilty of 49, 1964 NWSecond Ct., in with a provision that, in also continues standard ((6)) 4736 NW 15th Ct. 2 units.
.. first degree murder, with a 1967. general, families would public housing and similar
recommendation of mercy, in be eligible whose income was programs.4REALTY. FOR CHURCH USE
Miami Circuit Court last Wed- Henry a patron of Baker's
nesday. Bar, 414 NW 20th St., tried to ;} , ' 3110 NW 55th Street

The verdict against James run away from three robbers $11,500 selling price, $2500 dep,
Gertman, 36, was returned when he was shot, Assistant owner carries balance with
after a two-and-a-half day State Attorney I. Richard Jacobs :
trial before Judge William said. small monthly payments

\P BROKER
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
OWNER
: BY OPEN 7 DAYS FORD REAITYINC Broker

':" 18 units $62000 total, $25000 cash above t '" '
3639 NW 15th Ave. 6354595fANUBVLOUS
existing 6%. 1st mtg. only$300monthly pay- NO QUALIFYING HOME AND INCOME

; ments 25% net return on cash investment. Large 4 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS and garage in back
Building location: 14460 NW 22nd Avenue. has 2 apartments Location at 48 NW 48th St. Is

Call Mr. AltersonBy Ideal, near everything. Price $16,500, $3,000
Day: 635-4595 down and $130 month. Good buy. Live rent (reel!

By Night: 226-1481
': :" ';; "SELL'ER' ,'::
Brokers InvitedCARIION PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS OPEN SATURDAY AND SUNDAYSee
; Lovely 3 bedroom,2 both CBS on largelondscop-
ed lot, swimming pool, Fid room, carport, tile Model at

roof, awning,wind,ws,awnings, carpeting, stove,
REALTY refrigerator, dishwasher. This deluxd home is,well 5917 S.W. 63rd Street

with FHA prlceof$11,000,$700 down, ,and$112.55 ,
"I''
'3014 NW 19 STREET (Broker) month.' 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH HOMES

EXCEPTIONAL HOME REAL SHOWPLACE!
,1t 693.4772 Answer CALL 635-3177
This 3 bedroom, 2 bath beauty is on 2 corner lots. VETERANS $100 DOWNNON
FHA-CBS, 3 bdrm,. 1 bath, end (frnt porch, Ige Double carport, tile roof, oil heat, awnings, Jalousie
rms, $14,950, $450 down, $125 pays all. windows, air conditioners, large modern VETS $400 DOWN
kitchen, a p p l i a n c e s wall to wall carpeting,
FHA-CBS, 3 bdrm, 2 bath, cor. beauty, act fast. sprinklers, fenced. FHA price $18,500.$800 down 1 MORTGAGE FHA $85 MONTH
$16,000, $600 down, $128.34 pays all. $118.76 month and seller pays all closing costs. CLOSING COSTS

NO QUALIFYINGSNAP ,
SELLER PAYS ALL'' CLOSING COSTS ;
IT UP CBS, 2 bdrm,1 1 bath, LR, Fla rm, Very sharp CBS at 3620 NW,179th, St.,Large ,or"I y FULL PRICE $12,900
K, din. area, cpt., fenced, $8,775.00, $1,200 dn, '
ner lot, Florida room, carport;rear patio, jalousie ; ,
$69 month. windows, awnings FHA price $13.500. $450 ',,:: Greater Miami

CAN'T BEAT THIS CBS 2 bdrm, 1 both, tile down.$90.10 month.( -,locka' number 624-3666)), :,;{:;
rf, vynl firs cpt., fenced $10,850. $1,150 down, Realty Inc.
$70 pays 01(. ,
SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
A REAL WINNER CBS, 3 bdrm, 1 bath, tile Lovely corner 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS home. Jalousie PHONE: 444-& 133

rf, vynl firs, Ige gar., fenced $12,500, $1,200 dn, windows, fenced yard, pretty patio, bar-b-
$115 pays all. que, wall to 'wall carpeting, terrazzo floors, FHA
WE HAVE MANY MORE CHOICES price only $13,500 with $450 down and $90.10mo.
(Our Opa-lorka number is 624-3666)).
* * * * * * :
the Real Estatt King Realty Inc. of Miami
TUNE IN TO JON CARLTON in : \ ,
: WILL; SELL FOR ;FHA VALUATION .
Corner, WMBM, 1490 KC, Friday 3:00 p.m. ana
t 9:00 p.m. Get Real Estate information and call Very beautiful bedroom, 2 bath CBS 'on lovely, DADE King SIlO COUNTY BUY""REAL TORS 8000 NW 7th

I' ,to see the homes.HOUSING lovely 'street.. Huge, carport, (jalousie windows, ISOUR Ave
: 'wall heat, built-ln kitchen, new appliances, 2 KINGDOM -
patios, sliding glass doors to patios. Well worth'
FHA valuation $15,500,5500 down and $103.57 CALL

HEAL ESTATE LOANS month., Vacant, we hove,keyl) 6932091


OPPORTUNITY WILL SELL FOR FHA VALUATIONMost

beautiful 3 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS, we ever
: MORTGAGE listed. We can't say enough about this gorgeous

home. Large, beautifully lands coped corner lot,
ENTERPRISE tremendous Flo room, special pump and well for
FHA VA CONVENTIONAL
sprinkler system, stove, refrigerator See at 1799
NW 93rd St. Call usl! FHA Price 18,500, $800
down, $122.21 month. The Best! WATERFRONT POOL HOME
1011 NW 87 STREET
,
WE,HAVE MANY MORE,HOMES Gorgeous 3 bedroom 2 both, pool, carpets,
YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR drapes, built-in stove and oven. Many extras.
I $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VETOR BEING Call us for details.

DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY Gorgeous 4 bedroom, 2 bath, Fla room, $18,500
R FHA. Call us for details.

.I NO QUALIFYING

.tI YErII REALTY'BROKER 2780 NW 155 TERRACE

Waterfront,3 bedroom,2 bath, $93 month,includes
all. See this deal.

3831 NW 115 STREET

;". 4932 NW 7th Ave. ',;, 3 bedroom, 2 bath. What a buyl See this today.
f-
LEE ANDREW BLACK PL '9 4311" OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 24 HOUR SERVICE
'( -
;J' Licensed Mortgage Broker and Owner HOMES FOR AS LITTLE AS $100 DOWN\

, 16000 NW 27 Ave We specialize ,in homes for
.
; Office 5722 NW 17th Ave. : persons being displaced
: 'f..I''; ;:',,,,,,,,: \ "' ,';1 <'1Open ; ,, in Urban Renewal area, Miami Housing
i: '"I', Phone 693-0818 : \ 624-3666. : ., Projects. Veterans call to see if you qualify.
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..

MISCELLANEOUSBuild CHILD CARE

CLASSIFIED ADS a business of your own CITY OF

exceptional opportunity for Infants and toddlers. Best of MIAMI BEACH

growing income with fast repeat care in my home. PL 8-9972. CIVIL SERVICEU.S.
15 WORDS OR LESS
$1.50. 5C
FOR
EACH ADDITIONAL WORD
customer service.
For ------- Citizenship
DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED AOS TUESDAY 6 P.M. informative interview callT. Required
.
-.", r a L. King, 633-6682. rrts.r
FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE ADDITIONSFlorida Fireman 1: $512$654.Age .
2133. 20/20 vision

7317 NW 4th Aveaue Gorge- 8791 NW 25th Ave. MODERN :$2700 price! Duplex 2260 NW ATTENTION Rooms Bedrooms uncorrected, minimum ht.

ous 3 bedroom, 2b.'ltht1le 3 bedroom CBS, Large Florida I 64th Street $3350, 8130 NW 14 !Madison( Florid citizens if Also Bathrooms RemoldellngCALL 5'8", minimum wt. 145 Ibs.

roof, oak floors, molernbuilt- room, utility room, tile .Avenue, $4700, 1798 NW83St. you are formerly from Madi- NEWBOLD Fla. driver's license.

in kitchen, central air-condi roof, awnings, appliances.FHA $4700, 1901 NW 86th St.$5800 son, will you please call 238- 446-3122 or 532.1858 Automotive Bodyman
: -
tioned and heated, carpet, price $15,500. $500 down 1925 NW 85th St., 371-6728 4026 after 7:45 p.m. and ask 488566. Age 19-50. One

drapes, diswasher, sprinkler $103.57 month. TUBIN Real- for David. (Jly 26)) in body and fender
system and more- Total FHA tors. 7906 NW 7th Ave. 691- $100 each house to move! 566 FOR SALE year work exp. -
including
automotive
$22,500 only $1,500 dovnNo 4785. NW 28th Street: $6900 for 2
"34th Terr. The 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, garage. spray painting.
closing costs Vets$1,000. houses, 49 NW ; Kennedy 1809 NW 41st Street
$145 monthly let us qualifyyou 3 bedroom 2 bath CBS Florida $6200 price, 1490 NW 39th St. For Sale Lot 50x140 on Park Foreman I: 422538.

nowl! Aetna Realty (Broker room, garage and carport, 3 beds; $5000 price, 9900 NW 47th St. Lots Bought & Sold. Age 1855. Two yrs exp.

), 811 NW 54th St., ph. 757- utility room. Tile roof, hard- 22nd Ave. 2 lots! $6100 for 2 MurderTHE JE 0-1340 as yardman or nurseryman.Tree .
5724. Open 7 days wood floors, large fenced yard houses. 4425 NW 23rd Ct.371-
-- with sprinkler system. FHA 6728. BLACK MAN Maintenance Foreman:

6601 NW Miami Place -CBS 2 price $20,000. $1,000 down LOSES AGAIN $4224538. Age 2150. Two

bedroom, Florida room, car- $131.19 month. TUBIN Realtors HELP WANTED yrs. exp. trimming, spray.

port, tile roof, oak floors, no 7906 NW 7th Ave. 691- FOR RENT The inside story STENOGRAPHER ing, topping and removing.

qualifying $13,250, assume 4785. Nice room, M.n: Only, 1501 by a m on Ability to toke shorthandof Clerk Typist: $348-444.
mortgage of $85.00 m '1thly. ----- NW 55th Street. 100 wpm, type at 50 wpm, Age 1755. 40 ..
MANOR PARK- BEDROOM who was there and work without close wpm! typing.
Buyer will get a stove,refirg- .
erator and air-conditioner at home on large corner lot.Fla. Single room for girl, womanor * supervision. Previous oftic..xp.rl.nce Apply Personnel Depart.
room, utility room, carport. in search for necessary. ment,. Miami Beach, City
man quiet
!
sale price. Hurry Hurry Shocking expose Hall, 1130 Washington Ave.
newly painted.Well
kept en-
Hurryl! Aetna RealtyBroker), closed home. Call 371-8965. shows how it !Is RECEPTIONISTType prior to 4:00 p.m. Monday
yard. Excellent bank easy
40
wmp pleasant through Friday.
appearance
811 NW 54th St., phone: 757-
5724 7 days. terms. $1,000 down. $94.98 Nice room for gentleman. Pri- to get tools of murder and personality.
open
Experience in clerical I I
month. TUBIN Realtors. 7906
vate entrance and bath. 7th despite new laws. duties.
NW 7th Ave. 691-4785.
Ave. area, 751-5236.
NO QUALIFYMove
BOTH STORIES IN Both jobs offer pleasant work All Work
in nice 2 bedroom, plus
Ing conditions, good and
1893 NW 81st StreetDON'T pay
CBS oak 1 bedroom furnished apart- THE AUGUST ISSUE
sleeping porch, fringe benefits. Apply per. GuaranteedMetropolitan
LOOK AT THIS HOUSE
floors, carporte, bigyard, ment, air-conditioned. This is OF sonnet office RO Y A L
down $95 month Unless you want a small house a deluxe apartment; for nice CASTLE, INC. 3800 NW
$800
oily! ,
and sm311 taxes 62nd St. call 8878121.
BUT large middle or
aged steady employed
all. A.Ben-Kori,Realtor AT YOURNEWSSTAND
pays (An equal
rooms and large beautiful opportunity em.
working couple. No childrenor
anytime 759-2243. NOW! player).
yard. Less than $10,000. Call pets. $95 per month or year

$8500 TOTAL 693-0170 betore 8a.mforap- basis, security required. 175
pointment. NW 38th St. See manager Apt.
Take
Only $300 down. your
pick. I have 2 very nice 2 bed- ---- L__ DryCleaners
$650 down, FHA $98 month
room homos to choose from, Bedroom. Private bath. $15
all.Large 3 bedroom CBS
pays O
call for locations,FHA terms, week. Prefer couple. 727 NW O
homo. 1360 NW 35th St. Call
A. Ben-Kori,Realtor,anytime 65th St. Call 54-5789..
for appointment,. Mtj.bel Rob-
7592243.
erts, Broker, 6341481. Furnished rooms. 1430 NW AND

DUPLEX'SBe 345 NW 44th Street- gorgeous! 68th Street.

smart and let your tenant 3 bedroom, 2 bath, tile roof,
help you buy your home. Ihave oak floors, like new condition. Nice rooms Very clean, DraperySpecialists
2 different djplex's to choose FHA $14,000 $93.56 monthly Rent cheap. 1521 NW 70th .l

from, with your tenant's rent (vets and 221 people $100). Street. 8 TRACKSTEREOPHONIC

you only pay on No. 1 $41 a Stove, refrigerator, air-con- -- .r'.
month with $450 down or No.2 ditioned, see today, buy today, 2 bedroom CBS apartment$27 t
you pay $51. month with$800 bring money! Aetna Realty 'week.. Large 3 bedroom house TAPE PLAYERHouse

down, call the man who knowsA. (Broker), 811 NW 54th St.,ph. $27. 1 bedroom CBS apartnnv.it '

Ben-Kori,Realtor,anytime 757-5724. Open 7 days. $19. Deposit Required West :l $79.95MARTIN'S

759-2243. Realty, 2020 NW 62nd Street. "Graciously"

9622 NW 25th Ave. Magnificent -
EVERYTHING MUST GO! 2 bedroom each side,CBS HELP WANTED t rt Serving Liberty City

Wigs from $10; Wiglets from duplex, tremendous screened Since 1923
Parttinvoffice work. 1-5
$4.50; falls from$8.00;adding patio wigh 17 x 35 foot pool. $25
week. West 2020 NW
machine $35; sold thebusiness. Wall to wall carpets, built-in Realty,
62nd Street.Beautician .
Now selling first quality range and oven,refrigerators,
100% human hair good at un- air-conditioned, heat, car- of Music

believable low prices. Open port, total price$25,000. Owner senior preferred,

10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Moadiythru will take back entire mort- with a following. Kimberley's 27th 4"IF
15976 NW Ave.
Saturday, 12865 W Dixie gage, we can tailor down pay- Beauty Salon, 4310 NW 7th

Highway, N. Miami. ment to your budget, don't Avenue.

miss this exceptional oppor- ---- Phone 6244592COMPLETE

"cUSTOMliuiLTDELUXE tunity. Aetna Realty (Broker), Retired active gentleman who

DUPLEX 811 NW 54th St., Ph.757-5724 r travels would like a neat, intelligent LINE OF RECORDS
Income for your queen tool! 7 INSTRUMENTS 8 TRACK TAPES
Beautiful CBS 2 bedroom 1 ,Open days. housekeeper to live- I' _ _, __.u _ ___, _ 11 .. YOUR SUITS,
handle house-
in. One who can
bath, Fla. room on each side, 940 NW Little River Drive 3 hold. Top wages. For appoint- DRESSES AND

Fir for a King! Airconditioner bedrooms, 2 baths,garage, ment call 865-8713 after 9 SHIRTS ARE NOT
spacious bedrooms. Spec- large Fla. room, water trout:
ially bull for owner's per- property. Tile roof, rear a.m. Aaw BECOMING TO YOU

sonal use. Excellent location. patio, will: to wall carpets, SECRETARY Experienced, THEN YOU SHOULDBE

FHA $23,000, $1600 down$147 fened yard. This gorgeous minimum 80 wpm shorthand, ,. COMING TO US."
month must see toappreciate.Drive custom home is priced in the 60 wpm typing, top fringe 1
by 2375 77 NW 95th middle 20's. Assume mort-
benefits. Salary open. 5 day
Ter. Ph. 666-0411 for appoint- with payments of$119.00, I A
.
gage week, 3 weeks vacation, apply
ment. Atlantic and:: Pacific
can be arrangedto
downpayment 9-5 weekdays Economic Opportunity -
Realtors.No your budget, if you really Legal Service, 395 4 1(11 !

want the best see this home NW 1st Street. (An equal op- ( "),14. .. )
qualifying move right in today. Aetna Realty(Broker), portunity employer. \ a..r, I 411Is'
,
immaculate 2 bedroom bath 7575724Open \
811 NW 54th St., ph. ".
enclosed sleeping porch, car- 7 diys. L .'
port tile roof, hardwood floor, BOOKKEEPER experienced in

nicely furnished too$1600! DUPLEX accounts receivable, accounts

down $110 month pays every LIKE NEW $16,900 payable, use of ledger, trial
thing. OnNW 32nd St.near 13th NORTH MIAMI BEACH AREA balances and bank reconcilia- CHAMPIONS OF PEACE AND EQUALITY Phone

Ave. FREE tions. Governmental book-
Atlantic and Pacific LIVE RENT
Wt now have avialable for a limited period of time
,
Realtors 666-0411. CALL BETWEEN 9 and 1 keeping experience desirable. I
beautiful 8x10 of three
quality pictures great men who
MU 8 4088 Mrs. S. PL 4-6678
No LAB TECHNICIAN with degree sacrificed their lives, but whose ideals shall remain
qualifying modern CBS 2 in lab science and/or experience with us. These pictures are suitable for framing and
bedroom, 1 bath, Florida room $350 D OWN- FHA in laboratory equi- are Ideal for giving and keeping. This is a first come,
carport, tile roof, hardwood 5900 NW 5th Avenue first served offer limited.
valent to degree.REGISTERED as supplies are Act now. 1085 N.W.
floor, close in town location. Lovely 2 bedroom CBS, air- Only $3.00 per copy.
$1,000 down monthly payment condioned, Fla.r ..mAlIapattabRealty,633 NURSES who
-------------------------
arranged. Atlantic and Pacific 0426. desire employment in a team
I
Realtors 666-0411. approach to family health. |I Mall this coupon today toi West Indies Imports, P. 0. I 62nd St.
$500 DOWN FHA SOCIAL WORKER with M.S.W. I Box 624, Main Post Office, Miami, Fla. 33101. I

Large 2 bedroom home, many NO CLOSING COSTS and experience In family case I Please send me . . . . . . .(copy) (copies) I

extras, very clean, plus 2 1460 NW 38th STREET work. 1 I Enclosed Is my check for S . . . ($3.00 per copy) I MIAMI, FLORIDA ..
room apartment for incoma. Lovely home 2 lots.Allapattah If Interested In any of the above

Only $1,500 down, Call 681- .. Realty, 6330426.IVASHINGTON positions, contact: family I NAME I R. G. SATCHELL
6049. (Aug 2)) PARK Health Center, Inc. Bywritingto I I ADDRESS ,

-- New three bedroom, one bath, Post Office Box 663, Bin I CITY STATE__ ZIP __ I{ President
Palms and plants 1520 NW carporte, FHA $750 down.See cayne Annex, Miami, Fla.. '1 I (Please allow ten days for delivery- ) J I j

I 67th St. Phone 691-2293.: 1438,NE 152nd St. TU 8-7583. 33152. --------------------------
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