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Vol. 45, No.49 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. AUGUST 2, 1968 15Expensive' *


roA. Urban Renewal





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:::::::: () "... Federal Housing Authority misgivings because "if we into Dade urban renewalareas.
?::!! Q' Regional Director Billy WU- don't start somewhere, we'll .
::::::. fin start it." Both little HUD and FHA officials
'" cox reluctantly approved never -
jjij j ji:jj ancing of the first 47 apartment Other sources said a big insisted they will not

.... URG I.... units to be built in the factor in the change of heart lower their design standardsbut
urban renewal area. was pressure from federal of- they suggested two pos-
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Wilcox had earlier rejectedthe ficials in Washington and sible solutions to the problemof

mr project as too expensivelast Atlanta. high cost.
'DYNAMIC CIVIL RIGHTS CHAMPIONs week; causing consi- The 47 townhouse units, One is a provision in the

I! derable consternation among which have won praise for housing bill now pending in
:$ G. E. Graves has been a champion for years of civil/ I rights in
jijijij 1: South Florida as well as through out the state. In fact, it has become a l1: ; officials of Metro's Department their desisgn, will be con- Congress which would provide
of Housing and Urban structed by Apgar and Mark- federal aid on mortgages for
::|::|::j:: secondnature to him :::::::: ham this of
Development."This Construction Co. and type development. The
:gijji.::: Graves who represented NAACP, has list of ::::
an impressive is not a precedent," managed by Ecumenical Developments rate paid by the sponsor couldbe
1:: : achievements in the civil rights battle in Florida. :::::::'
.. |x::;:;; he told the advisory board, "I Inc., a church- cut to 1 per cent.
:;::::::::: He filed suits which were responsible for: the integration of they :::;::: will not approve another one sponsored'corporation.. The other possible solution
:y::::: Dade County bus lines in 1956, the integration of the Tallahassee Air. ::::; this high." This project will 'be the would be tax relief for the
: facilities/ 1958 the of schools Dade Broward and
1tm: port integration in r He said he was giving the Federal Housing Administra- owners of low and moderate
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; project his approval despite tion's first financing venture Income housing
;$ This fine community leader also won a suit which led to the integration ;1 m

;&;::=-i= of Miami Springs and Fort Lauderdale golf courses. He later ;:::;:;

>!jjj:: helped the city of Miami prosecute Ku Klux Klan members who attempt m?
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;:::::::: ed to prevent Negroes from moving into the Orchard Villa subdivision :::::::: Convention Opens Monday
III'::::: in 1955. :::::::'

:::: Later, Mr. Graves helped integrate the public parks and benches ;:::;: .
i|::|::::;:| throughout the county with a successful lawsuit. He also defended the ::::: The Republican National starting at 8 p.m. at Conven-

:.:j::.::.:;:.j NAACP during a special Florida legislative investigation Into the or- :.::.:.::;.: Convention will officially open tion Hall.
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Monday August 5 in Miami
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a ::$::: organization. ::::::::
$:;:::: From the battle which was responsible Negroes being admitted ;:::;: Beach. revealed this week 81 black

;:;;:::. to the Orange Bowl in 1948 to the valient fight which gave the right to :::1::;. The Republican platform delegates and alternates will
hearings this week have been be
:::;;:: Negro.carpenters, painters and plumbers to work in white communities, ::::::;: rather cool) attending the conventionthis
::::::: the legal career of G. E. Graves has been a most outstanding one. ;::::::: to the, especially 1961 convention compared 1964.year. compared toonly43in

tiiii1!$:SftW&ft::::::: ::::&:::::1:1 ::::1: ::1:.1:1:1:::::1:1:1:::::1:111:;; :;11:1;:;;111111;;; 1:111m:1:; :: ;1m:1:1: :::::1::l: 1::j::i:1::::j:1:: ::1jj:1:1:1:1:1j:::::::: 1:1:1:1:1:::::::: ::1:1:1:1:1: :;::::::: :t: e After formally adopting a plat-
form and official roll of delegates Veteran newsman Simeon ,
the GOP will begin poll- Booker of Ebony-Jet Maga-
ing for the Republican nominee zines led an impressive list '

Republicans Like Fletcher'Self s 'for president' on "Wednesday of nine black members of various -
night.. mass media covering the
F'1f The following night, acceptance Platform Hearings this week.
.w speeches by the presidential The others included: Gertrude
Help PlanArthur laPa j and vice presidential Wilson of the Amsterdam
nominees will be given. Ear- News; Maurice Sorrell of

lier that evening the GOP delegates Ebony-Jet Magazines; Garth
Police St., Louis F.
A. Fletcher, a 6-4 They would authorize neigh- and modeled along lines of will vote for the vice Reeves of The Miami Times;
Duty is in line to be named the
4 former football pro,describedto borhood-owned corpora- Fletcher's organization, "Isa second lIeute- presidential nominee. Bill Teague of NBC-TV; Paul
city's Negro
Republican platform tions to buy or organize own fundamentally new approachto nant.'Duty was the leading Monday will be the only time Wyche of The Miami News;
writers Tuesday how a poor and operate slum businesses. the problem* of lower income scorer in the Civil Service that a session will begin in the Hall Walker of CBS-TV; Bill

Negro community--or white The y would authorize local families; examination for police lieutenant morning, 10, a.m. There will Mantinee of NBC-TV; and Roy
slum--can work its own way "Community Development "It is based not on government with a score of 91.4. He also be an evening session, Allen of CBS-TV.
out of poverty. Banks' to help finance paternalism, but local
the the
was only Negro taking
Fletcher is a Negro, a city the subsidiary enterprises of self-help, ownership, and de- test in which only 20 of 63passed.
councilman of Pasco, Wash., the corporations. cision-making,' Innis went .
a candidate for the Republican "There is no federal money on. Gibson Organizes Miami :
nomination for lieutenant in our plan, but we are teach- "Instead of creating new I :
governor of the state of Wash- ing people.what they can do for government agencies, the act I PIPELINELook
ington, and .the founder of a ,themselves," Fletcher si Id. creates a new institutional I
novel neighborhood corporation "I have pledged that if I"am structure (which resemblesboth I for mass demon Beach Employees
called the East Pasco elected lieutenant-governor, I a modern: conglomerate stratlons, picketing and I

Self-Help Cooperative Asso- will devote my time when the corporation and a charitable other Republican activities I National I at Convention the*
ciation. legislature is not in session to founditlon." I which begins Mon. Miami Beach employes
Some delegates predicted help organize the sell help Fletcher helps organize day. Reportedly, representative voted to affilliate with
that Fletcher'sideawillbeen- corporations elsewhere in the self-help corporations in his from the Student the American Federation of
dorsed in the Republican platform state. Fifteen other communities spare hours; he is a full-time Non-Violent Coordinating State, County and Municipal

under the name of the have asked for my services employe relations; consultantfor cons Committee for Defense(SNICK and), Black Deo- Employes (AFSCML1) Monday
community development cor- .' nine private contractors of Panthers ore in town for and called for recognitionfrom
poration bill. Roy Innis, national directorof the Hanford, Wash., Atomic the convention. The three I city administrators.

Under Fletcher's guidancein the Congress on Racial Energy Installation. He is 43, groups, all block militant I Nearly 200 city workers attend -
1966, Pasco neighbors Equality, to 1 d the platform a former salesman and school organizations, could disrupt I e d the organizational
otherwise
scraped up $5,000 to buy stock committee that the proposed teacher, and he played footballfor an peaceful A .
Republican Notional Con meeting of the A FL-C 10 union
for the launching of a neigh- community selfdetermination the Los Angeles Ri inland vention. and electedasix-man ra
borhood-owned gasoline act--introduced by CORE the Baltimore Colts.
committee to begin nego-
station. tiations for recognition with
Now the corporation runs a beach Mayor Jay Dermer and

credit eight-acre union site, has, and bought is deve-an Ii Model City Deadline Is March 1969 II City Manager Jack Duffield.

loping a shopping center to ., .. Committee chairman John
house 12 small firms--each of Washington The deadlinefor was actually a tenative goal ject district. Gibson, and employe at the JOHff GIBSONand
I which will also be a workshop prelininary planning in the set by the Atlanta office of Congressman Popper said: belch's convention hall, said
giving Job training to neighborhood first &phase: of the Miami Model HUD "I strongly urge all people he would seek a meeting: with firemen, has a potential
; adults and youths. Cities Program is Mitch 25, who live in the Model Cities Dar mt'r and Duffield' this membership of 600,accordingto
Under the Model Cities Pro-
1969, Congressman Claude District,all which are within week. Gibson.
1 The of Epscha--
success the has a full
said gram, city year P.J. Ciampi, internationalfield
Pepper Monday.Congressman
and three similar corporations from March 25,1968..wheathe my District, to interest themselves director for AFSME, saida Talks with city officials also

:, which Fletcher helped Pepper, program was: first ap- in the election, to take request for a Miami Beach will include a discussion of

start in hillyard, Toppenish working with Gordon Johnson, proved..to complete the pre part in It and elect the best representatives charter will be filed immediately p.levance'procednres,wages, t
and Seattle--promoted Rep. project coordinator, was able liminary planning without risk they can find to with the union's hours and working conditions,
Catherine May (R. Wash),) to to get a clarification on the of losing federal funds., national office. Gibson added.
introduce a "Community serve and take the leadership
deadline for planning by contacting -
Development Corpora- the Washington office The Congressman urged all in carrying through the Model More than 400 city workers The union will ask for arainimum '

tion' bill In Congress. of the Department of Housingand residents of the Model Cities Cities Program which can,andI already Lave signed cards requesting hour wage of $3 for

.; That bill and others pattern Urban Development.The area to participate in the Aug. hope will, mean so nw-h! not union membership, beach laborers, and Increaseof
ed after it now nave more than Ciampi said. $1.14 per hour above the
36 announced supporters in the October 1 "deadline," 4 election to select the only to the Model'Cities area The union, which is open to present $1.8ft minimum, Gib-

House, mostly Republicans. Congressman pepper said, governing boards in the pro- but the whole of Dade County." all city emlloyeselceptpoUce son said.






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City of Los Angeles vate developer or a nonprofit vided by an annual contribu- :
will Initiate an experimental orgatfzation. In either case, tions contract between the lo- ,",; '
housing program designed to financing of the project will cal housing authority and HUD,
stimulate homeownership have been provided from pri- permitting occupants of such
among local families eligiblefor vate sources with FHA-in- privately-owned housing to pay .e
public housing.The sured longterm mortgages.The monthly rentals normally restricted -
plan for the pilot pro- contract will entitle the to 1 ow-rent public
gram evolved from a joint ef- tenant to purchase his dwell- housing until they are able to
fort of the city of Los Angelesand ing when his earnings increaseto begin acquiring ownership of
the U. S. Department of the point where he would not' their dwellings.With i
Housing and Urban Development ordinarily be qualified for the HUD commitment,. iI I
Under the plan, HUD public housing. At this point, the local authority will enter
will provide necessary tech- he will assume the full mortgage into an agreement with the pri- ., ,<
nical and financial assistance. payments. vate owner, who will be assured "
During this lease-purchase a fixed rent for the (
Using only privately owned contract rents will be. : .. .. .
stage, and mainte- '''' ., '
dwellings t
proper .
and developed housing, the subsidized by the local housing nance for at least a 10-year (.,.',,";. "' ,,h...'If'. 10 ( f.rr ,..',w:frJijt' ..... -..
plan will work this way; authority to cover the difference period. "':'" ', ".::.
At the outset, tenants will between the full rent Ideally, occupants of the COCA-COLA JOINS LIST OF
occupy their dwellings undera charged by the owner and the
dwellings should be able to LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK DEPOSITORS
lease purchase contract with amount the tenants can afford.' better their economic condi-
,the owner, who might be a pri- These subsidies will be pro- tion within the 10-year period The Coca-Cola Bottling! Company of Miami joined a growing list of big
-P and assume the full mortgage Miami concerns doing business In the black community with Lincoln Nation"alBank

Wage-Hour Opens Fieldat payments by that time. In any this week when executive vice president and general manager John

I event, the owner will be re- Howard opened a company account there. Coca-Cola has long been a support.

Homestead"The quired to transfer his interestfor er of all segments of the community and enjoys a good reputation as a strong
a nominal amount a party
satisfactory to the bousing authority equal opportunity employer. Looking on approvingly as chairman of the board

U.S. Labor rt- The divisions carry out the and to HUD.Thus,ultimate Garth C. Reeves Sr. signs up the new account are Fleetwood Price,local
ment's Wage and Hour and provisions of the FLSA,which protection of the in- Coca-Cola sales representative; Mr. Howard, and Jack Stein, assistant to the
Public Contracts Divisions
(WHPC) has opened a field Include pay minimum, recordkeepingequal wage, overtime sured.terests of the occupants is as president (standing). Johnson of Miami photo.

station at Homestead, "ClemJ. and child labor re-
pay, The city stands to benefit
Denicke, supervisor of the quirem ents, It also Medal Struck At
WHPC here reports. George administers similar provisions from remain the fully plan taxable.as property will Martin Luther King Mint I

Hourihan will be the
super- under the Walsh-
Already a development of 10
of limited edition
visor of the Homestead field Healey Public Contracts Act three-bedroom townhouses is PHILADELPHIA.. At a Christian Leadership Confer- metallic
station. art aper mtnept art form.
andtheMcNamaraOHaraService envisioned to initiate the plan. ceremony officiated Joseph ence.
Contract Act.Denicke With construction scheduled to M. Segel and Gilroy Robertsof The medals struck by He
The office has also installedan balance of the is Franklin Mint for the Society
said the office welcomes any begin in September,the homes The Franklin Mint, and The run
answering device which will questions. are expected to be ready for George Beach of The American limited to one sterling silver will not be offered for public
take a message during the occupancy in the spring of Negro Commemorative proof for each Charter Mem- sale, but will be limited to one
hours in which the Homestead
1969. Society, the first proof of the ber of the Society. Mr. Beach sterling silver proof per
field stationer; Is'not manned SMITH NAMED
: members. The, to be
subjects
because the Investigator Is out The plan coincides with the Society's Martin Luther King speaking from the Society'sheadquarters
of' the office AIRLIFTINTERNATIONAL Administration's drive to put Medal was struck today in iaPhiladel commemorated will be selected
checking'wage-
hour matters. VEEP homeownership within the solid platnum. This unique phia's Lewis Tower Building, by the membership large,
reach of low-and middle income proof will soon be offered at explained, "The conceptofthis and a noted sculptor will be
"Since the field station Is James L. Smith has been families through public auction, with the entire proceeds Society is to honor great commissioned to design and
open only during periods when elected vice president for regulatory and private efforts. going to the Southern American Negroes in the form sculpt each Issue."
the investigator is in the office affairs of Airlift International -
telephone calls during normal'' Inc. Smith, who
'work hours, during evening' will assume his new duties on
Aug. 1 will be for +
and during weekends go unnoticed responsible 4 g'tti
without the answering all company matters before *
equipment.. the Civil Aeronautics Board. tJ

"Employees or employersin
this area wanting general
information about the Fair e
Labor Standards Act (FLSA) "
or how it applies in particular ; '
establishments or Y.P. .a1i'
Is Ntiiw R t d
j.z t
in relation tothetremployment a 1 I
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may now contact the C l
Homestead field station tele-
phone at anytime. The number
is 247-3380," Denicke said. NOW SHOWING
this office is located at 381 MIAMI DRIVE-IN
North Krome Avenue. Home- THEATRE
stead, Florida 33030.

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 2, 1968 3 ,
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The following article is steering committee in order to We felt that two to three rV
r printed this week as a rebut- attain citizen involvement. hours for training to be ridi-
tal to oar; article on: the Model Model City residential participation culous.
1 Cities hassle in last week's then is what was: hoped Establish a method by which
I issue. It was submitted by Archie for--no more, no less.There citizens would have direct
I W. Hardwick, Executive fore, the prime intent of the policy-making responsibilities
Director, James E Scott aforementioned persons was e.g., residents should be J kef.
Community Association, Inc.; "not" to -- in the position of going directly -
Bernard Dyer, Executive Di- ((1)) H o Id- up funds for the to the Qjiunty Commis-
rector, Liberty i City Com- program, or sioners for decisions, instead
munity Council; and Willie ((2) Cancel work already underway of through four levels of com-
Wright, Chairman, Model munication:
Cities Steering Committee. (a) Gordon Johnson Assis-
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First and foremost, it is im- ....::j (b) Norman Watson, Deputy ..
perative that residents of the Director of'Model Cities
Model Neighborhood be ade- ji (c) Haley Sofge, Director of Left to right: Joyce Tinker, Harry Botwick, co-chairman "Stars Over
quately informed; have accessto i Model Cities. Miami" making presentation, during show at Virrick Park Monday; Debra Dukes,
direct decision d Porter William "Billy" Rolle their coach and I
making; be t tA tr1 ( ) Homer, County manager.
able to react intelligently;and 1 Manager, and finally toe
finally to oversee the Imple- ( ) The County Commis- Miami Girl Qualifies For Women's AAU Meet
mentation and operation of the sioners.We .

program. would further like the POPULAR BLUFF, Mo.- Saturday night In the National for the AAU Women's meet at
citizens to be wire of the fact Joyce Tinker Mia mi finished AAU Junior Women's track Denver, Colo. Aug. 14.
that the date of October 4,1968as second in the 200-meter dash and field meet.
r1 r1Bernard a deadline for funds to be Debra Dukes of Miami ran
and third in the 100 meters The 15-year-old qualified
used for this project was erroneously .. fourth in the 400-meter run
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reported by Mr. and fifth in the 800 meters.

i' Johnson. Officially, the regional Black Capitalism NeedsCapitalHumphrey Upon their return, the girls
federal officials, local
were presented with appreciation
and the national
Dyer congressman certificates from the Cityof
officials in Washington have
Miami. Making the presen-
But rather, our intent was: to stated a deadline of Dacem-
WASHINGTONVice "I will propose,if Ian elected tation is Harry Botwick, cochairman -
insure time' for the ber 1968 thus
adequate allowing ample
President Hubert Humphrey president, the legislationand of Stars Over Miami
proper training citizens time for adequate training and has called himself a campaigner appropriations necessary and their coach Billy Rolle,
hired by the program to can- transfer of information to the
for Negro opportunityand to'permIt the maximum i .'ac- community school director of
vass the specific- -areas.--. ---_Model Cities._. Citizenry. accused Richard Nixon of ticeable public investment in Carver Community School.
doubletalk. private'minority' enterprise,
"Black Here Humphrey, in a position paper but in Ways which rely on self-
People linked himself with the help and self-reliance, Hum-
late Sen. Robert F. Kennedywith phrey said.However. O
Archie Hardwlck praise for Kennedy's pro the vice president

With the above in mind, Poor Because They Are posals for helping Negroes and added, "a candidate for the e
Archie Hardwick and Bernard other minorities to own their presidency has spoken recently -
Dyer, in conjunction with the own businesses and homes. -- in headline terms. of
temporary chairman of Dade: The vice president said that the need to develop 'black
County's Model Cities steer- Powerless"McCarthy 20 years ago he led a fight to capitalism' and 'black enter-
ing committee, went about the give Negroes equal job oppor- prise' and 'free enterprise' in
business of tunity and that he wants to lead the ghettos .. and then he has
.............. . formulating a. NOw SHowING
.1IoIt" "1" -.. -..'-- DETROiTJenifer Eugene to.address itself to the"con- the figh t today to give them a added, in fine print, that 'it MIAMI DRIVE-IN
McCarthy said thisweekblack dition of powerlessness." greater opportunity to own costs little or no government: THEATREFOR
Tucker to power is needed for black dig- their own businesses. muiey to do it. I

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and it is time for the Demo- dignity he said, "and with
Spearhead"New cratic Party to do more than dignity will come responsibility THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMMODATIONSAT j
talk about it. ."
Thurst"NEW MODERATE RATES-CALL

"The fact Is that poverty He said Job-training centers
ORLEANS WhitneyM among black people is no accident and child care centers shouldbe BONDED

Young, Jr., head of the National ," the Dumicratic presidential built in slum areas and
Urban League, has candidate said. government loans and sub-
aimed. twenty-two year vet- "Black people are poor because sidies should be made avail- RENTAL '
eran of the Urban League to they are powerless and able to get local businesses
spearhead a major "New they are powerless because started. _
Thrust" for then a tfonwlde they are black.' -
McCarthy also said a massive .
civil rights organization. AGENCY :
He made the comment in a public housing program =- :--
Young announced that Ster- speech before a Tiger Stadium must be begun and construc-

ling Tucker, executive direc- rally Saturday night. tion expanded to create new r1AL 4Qo _.. d
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tor of the Washington, (D.C.) Jobs.But INC. .
Urban League, his agreed to McCarthy said the way to he said an end to the Viet '(
take a year's leave of absence give Negroes power is bring Nam war is the key to s u c h
from his present position to Industry locally-owned:: businesses . economic.galns.! ;. I THE. LARGEST PRIVATE HOUSING RENTAL AND
become D'xector) ofFJeldSer- and antipoverty projects MANAGEMENT AGENCY IN THE-SOUTH, OPERATING
vices for the national o'f1ce. directly into their com- "The United States can no
IN DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES
The League's "New Thrust", nunities. longer afford a war economy

through the newly created and a tight money economy" A fleet of cars and collectors give door to door service for
Field Services Department&: is "It is time to do more than It is time for a people's economy tenants convenienceA
aimed at stepping up activi- talk if we are to be truly a party where all can share in
ties in ghetto areas, attacking of the people,' he said. "It is the blessingsof American community recreation center for teenagers and adults "rent
white racism, and increasing tim for a new administration abundance" free," furnished i and air conditioned foryour comfort and enjoyment.A .
black, middle-class involve- - - --
public relations department to assist you with your problems.
ment in the mcvem*lt.

Tucker, who recently Black Arts Festival Tenants concern will stop vandalism and reduce thecost of housing.

served as national coordinatorfor

the Solidarity Day March Here 18A ; MAIN OFFICE '. "
in support of the Poor People's; August .-:.- :
Campaign, will run the Field 4150 NW 7th Avenue 759-8733

Services Department&: from of- A Black Arts Festival, spiritual hour, and jazz 14255 NW 22nd Avenue, Opa-locka MU 8-0617
fices in the nation's capital. spo cored by the Mf'ro.-lld3? and classical musical pro-
The Washington-based opera- County Youth Opportunity grams will demonstrate the 20848 South Dixie Hwy., Cutler RidgeCE 5-3553

tion will be charged with help Program, will be held Sunday, gifts by the N e g r o to the 605 NW 7th Terrace, Ft. Lauderdale JA 4-3357

ing to implement the "New August 18, at Bayfront Park musical w' rld. 1163 NW 3rd Avenue FR 3-8416 .4
Thrust' in the 90 affiliate Urban Auditorium. "The Dutchman," a play by
Leagues around the coun The Festival will highlight Negro playwright LeRM .. 3801 Grand Avenue, Grove HI 5-1381
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try. some of the many contributions Jones, will be presented in the 'J 512 NW 1st Ave., Hallandale WA 7-2434
Sterling Tucker has servedas the Negro has mideinthe afternoon.The: .
339 Hammondville Rd. WI 3-2434
Pompano _
executive director of the fields of drama,art, music, ;.U...
Washington (D C. ) Urban and dancing.An Festival is free and \
League: for 11 years, build art and photography open to the public Dad: and HON. L. L. BROOKS, President '
inj it into the League with the exhibit will be open c 01- Brow.ird Gentians are cor- General
P.
HARTH
GEORGE Manager
largest membership ((20,000)in tin- asly 10 a.m. 6p.m The dially invited to attend the
the country. Before comingto exhibit will Include works Black Arts Festival, from Ii!) CHARLES A. LOCKHART, Public Relations Director

Washington, he served as from Atlanta University, Fisk a.m. 10 6 p.m., and observethe I
executive director of the Canton University the University of rany exam'es of success .. "
life others live better L. L. Brooks
better must too. -
. III I am to enjoy, a ,
and Akron, Ohio Urban South Carolina, and the Miami f u I accomplishments by. ,
Leagues respectively. Art Gallery. professional NegroartiSts. I




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I To Be Equal

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; by Whitney M. Young Jr.

Offices 6530 NW 15th Ave.., Miami, F la. 33147-Phonel 691.0421H. Dy Booker T. Hayes Executive Director National Urban League

E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher ---

GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor LEE FRANK WOOTEN THE SUPREME
STANLEY I. SWEETING Theatrical Editor
GRAND MASTER SPEAKSWith UNFINISHED BUSINESS AND JOBS
National Advertising Representative
Amalgamated Publishers, I Inc.:' reference to the word"freedom," General Omar Brad- Americans are the richest, freest spending group of people
310 Madison Avenue. Nev/Vork. N. Y. 10017 ley once said "No word was ever spoken that has held g"aterhope in the world. But wa somehow can't afford clean up our ail
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association demanded greater sacrifice,needed more to be nurtured, and water, provide Jobs for the Jobless, and get our mail on
2400 S. Michigan Avenue, Chicago, III. 60616 ,
blessed more the giver, damned more the destroyer, or came time.
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SUBSCRIPTION RATES closer to being God's will on earth." In this respect, freedomis The postmaster General recently announced that Saturday
ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN, $6.00 limited to the extent that it must not infringe upon the right mail service will be cut back and this Fall, homo mail deliveries

Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876. exercise the right to have new ideas and thoughts. By exercising -
to other is going to cause inconvenience fo-anawCullot of people
this freedom men Immediately become unequal
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"The fin especially to those of us who remember when the mail
NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead men around them in whatever way they choose,culturally, ,
twice day.
a
the world from racial l and national antagonism when It accordsto ancially and mentally. Equality does not mean that a person is used to be delivered
every man regardless of hi*' race, creed or color his human equal to something or someone else. It does not mean that any- But aside from the inconvenience involved, it shows how

and Press legal strives rights.to help Hating every no man man in, the fearing firm no belief man that..the all Negro men one should elevate or lower himself so as to be on the same short-sighted this nation is. Instead of pinching pennies on a

are hurt as_long! as anyone Is held back.ie level with all others. It does mean however, the right to be mail system which is already poor in comparison to that of

treated fairly under the circumstances as his own actions de- other countries, why don't we expand it--putting unemployedmen

serve. It does mean the right to acquire wealth, knowledge, to work.Restoring.
ditur'zDIPtrohOUR
friends and to pursue happiness. In fact, no person is or can twice-a-day delivereries expanding Saturday services
ever be equal to other Statisticians that no two
say
any person.
could create Jobs for many thousands of the unemployed.It .
CUBAN REFUGEES people born in the years past or the years to come have beenor
doesn't nuke sense to spend money on all sorts of relief
will be exactly alike or "equal." So it is impossible for
when an expanded null
the unemployed
for service
With so many Cubans in Dade and other counties Ye Editor men to be equal in that sense.It programs
thought our readers might be interested in knowing some things is a misunderstanding that has led our people into the could create decent Jobs, providing dignity and a regular pay.

they might not know about them.The Cuban Refugee program is street to burn, to loot, to have little or no regard for the laws check for people now on the unemployment rolls. Everybodywill
faster mail service.
in its eighth year.In of the land. Acceptance Is what the Negro really seeks, only benefit through
1961, the Department of Health, Education and Welfare through training, application of common sense (logic) and And the mails aren't the only area of public service that's
opened the Cuban Refugee Program Center in Miami.Since that supervision on a continuous basis will this dream be realized. starved. Hospital administrators are constantly complaining
time more than 300,000 men, women and children have regis- This is why we, the members of Modern Free and Accepted about the need for more attendants, nurses aides, and other
tered there. More than 115,000 of these arrived by the airlift. Masons of the World, Inc., believe, that by building a strong staff. Here is an area where unemployed men and women can
The principal objective of the program is to resettle refugeesto economic base by and for Negroes is the real key to social acceptance be put to work, doing various Important jobs which require
self support opportunities throughout the country, and and prosperity. That this rapidly growing organization. only a moderate amount of training.

200,000 have left Miami for other states co-ordinated by the The Modern Free and Accepted Masons of the World is Pollution is yet another area which needs manpower.We always -

federal government. the only vehicle presently at the disposal of the Negro to help hear a lot of talk about water pollution. Streams that peo-
Attending the details of this vast resettlement success are him find bis true place in this society through mutual self-help. ple used to fish just a few years ago are now foul and polluted

four voluntary resettlement agencies that have had experiencein That by pooling our resources, we can build for the mutual Ending i pollution will require massive sewer-building and
the nation's earlier refugee programs.These agencies work benefit of our members anything it takes fora better life. Not pipe-laying progra ins. Such programs could put many thou
through churches, organizations and individuals to explain the only Masonic temples but homes supermarkets service stat-
,
sands of men to work, men who would need no special skillsor
needs of refugees and to make known to employers the availability ions,banks, mortgage and loan associations and insurance training. And everyone would benefit from clean water.
of Cuban men and women for a wide variety of Jobs. companies to be operated and utilized by our members as a
Cuban refugees have earned a reputation as good workers, means of providing Jobs for our people, as well as the pur- The schools are finding that enrollment is growing while
devoted to duty, reliable, energetic and eager to rise to higher chase of consumer goods at a reduced rate. there is a teacher shortage. But teachers could be helped by
levels of service.Even the language barrier is less an obstacle The ugly scenes we view on our T.V. screens, the bitter- non-professional assistants in the classroom--neighborhood
today, since earlier comers who are now bilingual can serveas ness we read about in our daily papers in connection with the mothers who may not have teaching degrees but who know kids
and could take a lot of the off teachers in overcrowded
Interpreters for newcomers in offices and factories.In pressure
.
unlawful attitude of some of our people, does not have the ap-
1965, the airlift operatedby this country brought relativeswho proval of the decent Negro Americans. Yet the silence we classrooms. The schools would benefit,and many Jobs would

have indicated a desire to leave Cuba,and who have been maintain is like an endorsement to the lootingburningand dis- be created.

permitted to depart under Castro's 1965 exit policy. This policy order of our young people in the streets. The time has come If this country needs anything, it needs day-care centers
appears as a safety value for the dictator, allowing him to for the decentNegro American, which is the majority, to takea where working mothers, could leave their children while they
be rid of dissidents and profit by their material possessions, stand through some organizational effort to assist in bring- go to work. We have paid less attention to this important area

which he confiscates. ing about a better America. That is why we, the members of than nearly every major country In the world. A nationwide
In the United States, the airlift unites members families the Modern Free and Accepted Masons of the World, Inc., are day care center program could help working mothers, give
who were distressingly separated earlier in the decade when actively seeking the person who seeks a better life for himself their kids a real Head Start program,and put thousands of women
some chose to leave Cuba and others hesitated, hoping for a and his posterity, and such an individual is needed and to work at the centers.
quick overthrow of the regime. Happiest beneficiaries of the
wanted by our organization."You Our cities are badly in need of rebuilding.Rotting tenementsare
airlift are the so-called unaccompanied children,and the parents gotta be modern and free, if you want to overcome.LET'S more than Just eyesores -- they are terrible places in
of mure than 12,000 boys and girls bravely put them
which families live in overcrowded ratinfested apartments.
aboard commercial planes, or small boats in the early daysof ,
A massive homebuilding could do than Just solve
more
program
the exodus. Trusting in the great heart of the free U. S., the the
housing shortage for low and moderate income families. It
parents were confident their children would be well cared for
could also create enough to end unemployment
good-paying Jobs
during the few months they felt It would take to gain delivery altogether.
from Castroism.The TALK
confidence of those parents was not in vain. Relatives These are Just a very few areas where public needs are not
friends, religious organizations and the government rallied OLUJCSj being met and where public services are inadequate.Just about

to provide foster care and education for the children. Now the everyone agrees that we need better mail service,better hos-
airlift has reduced the number of children whoare still with- :BY NORMAN E. JONES pitals, better schools and day care centers,and better housing.
out their parents to fewer than 300. If we can get a national commitment to achieve these goals we

Possibly the most shameful, the most disgusting, the most will also end the unemployment which keeps nearly half the
hypocritical, the "phoniest' red herring ever Imposed onthe people In ghettos either out of jobs or in Jobs which are beneath
Is Dade A Racist County? American citizenry and the world is the pro and con of "gun their capabilities.

control legislation." This legislation is slinking up the envi-
We can't help but wonder bow liberal Dade County really Is rons of the White House and the halls of Congress with a far
after the recent visit of former Alabama Governor George greater stench than a solid year "garbage men's strIck' and PHIL
OSSOFERLast
Wallace. Wallace, who completed a four-day tour of Florida, far more dangerous to the health.
was successful all three Florida cities he'toured If the
--Miami, advocates of "gun control" legislation would really
West Palm Beach and Lakeland, and he was welcomed with and sincerely want to do something about the overt use of guns week I wrote of the possibility Quid come saying, "I am
opened arms Miami's International Airport as thousands in America, they would control the guns placed in the hands of the return of Christ Christ." Perhaps one of the
gathered to watch his plan land. (by force) and sending them 10,000 miles across continentsand without His being recognized, reasons He warned us was be-
The for mar Alabama governor also drew the biggest audi oceans to legally murder men, wumen and children in the even as it happened 2000 years cause He knew He would return
ence attracted to a political appearance here since 1952 when streets, in the fields and in their homes. ago, when most of those to under a different name.
former President Dwight Eisenhower came here. An assassination of a prominent citizen here in the continental whom He preached failed to In Revelations 3:12, He is recorded
The crowd--close to 10,000 warmly greeted Wallace, as confines of the UnitedStates arouses all kinds of protests- know Him. I wrote of the as saying, . and
thousands of others were turned way..Earlier, more than 1,100 horror and indignation--and rightly so. But a protest against prophesies which warned us to I will write upon him the name
persons had attended a $25-a-plate dinner at the Dupont Plaza the assassination of 25,000 American youths and hundreds of .'be awake and to watch.This is of my God, and the name of the
Hotel. Yet, many Dade Countians were s u r prised by the responsive thousands of citizens of Viet Nam lands one in prison, Jail, what the religious leaders of city of my God, which is New
crowds of Mlamians, but we weren't.As the hospital, the courts and even knocks out a heavyweight the time of His first coming Jerusalem, which comet
we have said repeatedly in many editorials, the r e are champion of the world..without him even climbing In the ring. failed to do. down out of heaven from my
thousands of bigoted, racist whites in this county. Dade isn'tas "Racist hate"--previously had dethroned a black heavyweight Today I would like to show, God: and I will write upon him
liberal as many would have us believe.The Walllace effort champion, but at least he was permitted the farce of from myunderstanding of my new name," in Revelations
last weekend points that out. The crowds, enthusiasm,and response putting on gloves and climbing into the ring with the opponent-- Bible Scripture, other reasons 2:17 He speaks of a white stone
to the former Alabama governor were overwhelming.The before he laid down and shieldedhls eyes for the count from a why Christ might come without with a new name written in it,
racist ideals of the governor were espousedas always at mercilessly hot Havana sun. being recognized. Many people "which no man knoweth save

the meetings here-.and they were welcomed by many. Guns, in themselves, are harmless as "hop-scotch' it is believe that all will recognize he that receiveth it."
Just think how liberal Dade is supposed to be and then look at the hate-crazed minds of men which makes the gun a murder Him, which, in this diy of international The Holy Spirit of Christ
the crowds which greeted and welcomed George Wallace to weapon. Ou any holiday weekend in America, more people are TV, could be pos- was hidden within the physical
Miami. Only then will'you get a true and accurate picture of killed by automobiles and drownings than killed by guns all sible. But let us remember, body of Jesus. Many fail
Dade? Is Dade a racist county? You better believe there is year.A seeing is not believing. He ed to receive Him because

much racism in this county. gun control law gets a big play, but not a cotton-picking spoke in parables because they though He was just mm.:

cane-cutting Congressman sponsors a hate-control law, main- . they,seeing, see not,and (Matt. 13:54-55-56, and John
CONGRATULATIONSCongratulations ly because "hate" is the major political campaign issue of hearing, hear not, neither do 1:46)). Is it possible then thatwhen
those seeking elective political offices. they understand." ( Matt. He shall return "in the

to the Rev. Theodore R. Gibson! rector of I The immigrant and their American citizenship claiming 13:13)). Seeing Christ, there- clouds l of heaven" that we
Christ Church, Coconut Grove, who has been advanced to the descendents carefully nurture and keep alive the hates they fore, is not urecelv lg' Him, might miss Him simply because
office of canon by the Rt. Rev. Henry I. Louttit, Bishop of the brought with them from the old countries and these conglomerations that is, not recognizing or accepting the cloud" ofhishuman
Episcopal Church in the Diocese of South Florida. of old hates and new hates acquired in one day's Him. body, clad in a new name,shall
A canon is a clergyman attached to a cathedral The cathedral residence in America--or a ceatury: make up the appeal of aspirin hide the light of that spiritual
of the Episcopal St. Luke, Olando, ; candidates for public elective office's.: He warned the people sun, the Holy Spirit, that is
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MISSISSIPPI ACCORDING TO PHYSICIANS sOCIAL UORKEPS TESTIFYING BEFORE
Changes in CONGRESS THOUSANDS OF CHILDREN EVERY YEAR OF HUNGER. THE.GOVERNMENT.sIMPLV
CAN'T FIND THEFUNDS TOFEED THEM OR TOPROVIDZ THEIR FATHERS WITH JOBS.BESIDES, SEN.
EASTLAND DOESN'T APPROVE OF HANDOUTS.
Armed Forces SinceTruman's BUT THE HON.JAMES EASTLAND I5HIMSELF THE RECIPIENT OF A MONSTER-SIZE HANDOUT EVERY
YEAR, EASTLAND PLANTATION OFDODDSVILLEM/5 ,RECEIVES GOVERNMENT SUBSIDIES OF*l3l6t
PER MONTH. THAT.PRESUMABLYIS NOT GROWING MORE COTTON. OR M/VBEFORNOT
GIVING AID AND COMFORT TO THE HUNGRY NEGROES IN HIS CONSTITUENCY THEREBY UPSETTING -
1948 OrderJust THE CONSERVATNE SOUTHERN BLOC. IT'S UP TO CONGRESS OF COURSE-FAT
MISERLY FLINTY-HEARTED CONGRESS-PASS AN ENLIGHTENED POVERTY PROGRAM THAT WILL
how tar the country has come in the 20 years since PUT -
FRESH MEAT AND MILK INTO THE STOMACH OF THE POOR.
President Truman ordered the Armed Forces desegregated AND1:5 UP TO EACH OF us, INOUR PRIVATE SHROUDS OF SHAME TOFORSWEAR THERICH
wis: forcefully evidenced this week in a memo FOOD THAT THICKENS TNETH/GNANDSI3RTENS THE BREATH.
randum for secretary of Defense' Clark M. Clifford to HARFVfT VH HORHT N.E POST
President Lyndon B. Johnson. / tI / ,f ", '"
Tommorrow marks the 20th anniversary President 0"f'' J.. I" -- '=""' '
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_,_eo'r..... .I "' .1 .
Trurmn's 26 July 1918 order to desegregate the Armed J I "--
Forces. Tne program launched 20 years ago made <
extraordinary progress. ji- :. 'firR'a:-
.
Twenty years ago, the Army had 1,306 Negro officers, : or..... : =-1'
with only one a colonel. Now there are 5,637, of whom 27 't II

are colonels, and one has been nominated to become a ,, ._ ,,.
brigadier general.The t I
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Navy in 1948 had only 4 Negroofficers, now it has k

330.The
Marine Corps, which had one Negro' officer in 1948 r ;L l 1Y..
now has 180.
In 1948 the Air Force had 310 Negro officers, with onea
colonel. Today it has 2,4L7, with 19 colonel and a
lieutenant general. N llSSIS I I .A P00R A Y .
There were Just 14 Negroes at the Service academiesin
1948. Today there are 116, of whom 47 entered as
pleges earlier this month.In oF SEfEI EIi'HOW
the enlisted grades there has been the same kind of
heartening breakthrough in opportunity to advance 0 n
merit alone.

For example, Negroes nude up 10.7% of all Army enlisted
m .1in 1948 but only 5.7%of the top enlisted grade.,
In 1968 the overall percentage is 12.1%, butnow Negroes
make up 13.9% of the grade which corresponds to 1948's .. ,

top grade.In .( I..l
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1948 there wore seven enlisted grades. Today there 'A". t../...-
nine, which makes comparisons difficult. So we examinethe
spread of Negroes through all nine grades at the end LONG WILL CONGRESS 'AVOID AND EVADE'

of 1962 and the end of 1967. In that recent five year periodthe
percentage of Negroes increased-in soma instancesmore
than twofoUMn each o! the top four grades in all
four of the Military Services.The numbers of Negroes Increased Core Head Tells// GOP...
in the top five grades of all Services.
Equality of treatment and opportunity without regard to
color is a fact in the Armed Forces of the United States. U.S0 Constitution For White OnlyAn

For most of our country's history, the oppositeun-
fortunately was the case. -
Pecemeal desegregation started in World War II,but it integrated society is just an American dream.ind prob- Innis said America is so separate and unequal the poison"is
wis not until President Truman's courageous and ably will never be realized, black militant Roy Innls, national slowly destroying the entire political organism we have."
dedicated order of public comm'tment' ot equality In the chairman of the Congress of Racial Equality(CORE), told a He said entirely new solutions must be proposed to solve

Armed Forces in 1918 that real change began.By 1955 all Republican Convention subcommittee on urban problems."An the massive problems of America's urban areas.

formal racial Iscr im i na d o nhad been eliminated,although integrated society in America is merely a visionary
vestiges lingered into the early 1960's.In society--it's just an American dream," Innis told the subcommittee "The present solutions and plans proposed by well.meaning
1962 President Kennedy established a Committee headed by Rep.. Charles Goodell (R-N V.) groups and individuals are entirely insufficient to keep up with
in on "The American dream of an integrated'socielly{ will probably the acute need and increasing demands of the present turmoil,'
Equal the Armed
Opportunity Forces. A year later the
report of the committee led to the Issuance of a Defense never be realized, if it is it won't be under our present he said.
rules and regulations." He told the subcomittee "inadequate solutions of the racial
Directive which for the first time squarely enunciated a
Innis problem in America have created an atmosphere of frustrationon
criticized
sharply the U. S. Constitution because"it
policy against off-base as well as on-base discriminatory "
treatment of servicemen. just wasn't written for a black man.' He charged the Con- both sides.
stitution was written for whites only. This pattern of frustration is "much like those which existsin
By 1967 it was that while
apparent forms of shame
many
ful off-base treatment of Negro servicemen had been "America must build a totally new society,' Innis told the any country prior to the outbreak of civil war. And saddestof
eliminated or substantially ameliorated, housing subcommittee on Equal Opportunity in an Urban Society,"un all, they leave no prospect of hope for the future."

discrimination I f in some communities near military less we do there won't be an America as we know it today Blacks, he said, are so broadly distributed in this country,
installations continued to have a corrosive and damaging The black militant, recently elected to replace jailed Rap that any prolonged massive national conflict between the races
impact] on black Americans wearing this country's uniformAs Brown, as national chairman; of CORE, surprised most committee would probably "reduce this nation to a second-class or third-
a consequence, military effectiveness was impaired. members when he criticized riots and civil disorders. class power, even at the expense of the death of all or most
In 1963 the Defense Department had stopped accepting "Civil disorders and riots are not good for my people or people."

rental listing from civilian landlords who refused to treat your people,' he said.In One important element in solving this racial conflict, Innis
all men and women in uniform on an equal basis. A year a personal interview later, Innis admitted was "equally said, is to establish a Community Self-Determination Act, as
commanders were toldto seek out landlords and to urge unhappy about the riots.1"Just proposed by his organization.Under .
them to rent to all servicemen without regard color take a look at my brothers being killed in the streetsof
,
pointing out that if they refused to deal with all servicemen the nation's cities.How can anyone be happy about the riots? the program, which has received the endorsement of
I'm not. Republican Congressmen and Senators the people
many poor
fairly, then no servicemen would be authorized to
deal with them. He added; would' form an economic development and ownership corpora
"Sure advocate, a black nationalist society, but I also say
Only 30% of the landlords ntioawide were on our-non- tion.The
that if through the establishment of black political subdivisionin corporation would own and manage subsidiary busi-
discriminatroy
lists
housing a year ago. Now 84% are.
America you help foster integration--fine." nesses in the black community,and also conduct a broad rangeof
This has
meant a gain of(nearly 630,000 rental units to
all servicemen in all parts of our nation. * I ",You see I believe the only people that can bring us up are social services for the residents. . .
We are determined to push forward with our campaignto ourselves, but we,of course,will need the aid of the white man Total cost of the program, Innis said,would be about $1 billion ,
to make it." starting the fiscal 1970.
achieve 100% housing justice for all servicemen. We year ,
have stated that no other goal is acceptable. I announcedin '
June that beginning in August the sanctions which we
have imposed in certain areas on discrimiintory land- Whitney; Young SaysMarshall ---

lords will be extended throughout the country wherever I
we have military bases.
Plan Needed For PoorWhitney
The men and women of the Armed Forces have shown
over the last twenty years that full equality opportunity
for white and black together is not just a dream, but thatit said
Young, National He suggested the Republican : Young's appearance before
can be made a reality. We shall be unrelenting in pre- Urban League director, told a party adopt a domestic "The black people cannot the Platform subcommittee
serving and extending that reality. Republican platform subcommittee Marshall plan "that would afford the luxury of not voting. marked the first time an Urban -
Editors NoteThat's telling them, Mr. Secretary. And here Tuesday thatAmerica's show everyone you meu bust. I think, in fact I know we've League official had addressed
they had better believe it.SUBSCRIPTION. got to vote this November."
urban problemsmust ness. the Platform Committee
be solved with a massive The 47-year-old executive "We really shouldn't com- in either major political
--------------------------* iomestic program much like director of the National Urban mit ourselves to one party or party in the group's 58-
I I :3ie Marshall plan." League said "many blacks are to any candidate now. But we year-old history.
ORDERMiami I Young, who flew to Miami totally disenchanted with the should wait and review each

Times I Beach from New Or leans,La., Democratic Party because party's platform,' he con-
i 6530 NW 15th Avenue | In a private prop.airplane, they don't feel they've done tinued.
| addressed the subcommittee enough." Young said it would be a national -
Miami Florida 331/17
I DH National, State and Local "Most black voters are tragedy to the black
I ( Relations at atprecoaventionacJ more independent this year people who have fought and
Enclosed please find the sum of $5.00 J' in the glamorous Fon- than ever before and the party died for the right to vote.

to cover the cost of a one year subscription { :ainebleau Hotel on the ocean- that comes up with the best "It would be stupid not to use
i j front. program will be the party to this too, which has helped
to, the Miami Times. I "We need a massive domestic get those black votes,' he con changed the lives of other ethnic -

I | program much like the tinued.He groups," he said.
Mail Paper To I Marshall Plan," he said. "It sharply criticized the "It's going to take usa little

I .... I is the only way we can rid our recommendation of the Congress while to get economic power, HOW SHOWING
Add I urban areas of the slums and of'Racial Equality that but we certainly have political MIAMI DRIY E-IN

Cityw Sto Zip Code _ {Ithe conditions that cause black voters should boycottthe power now and we should use 'THEATREMany
it."
them. polls innovember.He
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Motoring down from Detroit for a visit with relatives and 1idhtOltd
friends were Clarence and Jewel Wright, daughter, Tract,
Willie Tiggs, and John Jr. and Dorothy Duncombe.The group
I Il. spent three days In Nassau at the Nassau Beach Lodge. While
C O. in Miami, they were the houseguests of Cleora Brooks. flei91tudOCU
Gwendolyn C. Davis returned home after an extended vacation
BY CLARICE LITTLES l. in Ft. Bliss, El Paso, Texas wth brother, Captain Roland
Miami Times Society Editor I J Carey and wife, Lois. They all toured Mexico REDDINGRev
--'- Rhondrea Foster celebrated her 7th birthday with a partyat BY PRISCILLA
Here from Augusta, Ga. to visit relatives and friends are the 163rd St. Birthday House. Eleven friends shared in the L
Captain and Mrs. James (Barbara) Lockhart. celebration. Rhondrea is the daughter of the McDonald Fos- and Mrs. L. R. Brown and daughter were the guestsof
Another couple enjoying the hospitality Miami are Eugeneand ters (Inez) of Opa-locka). Mr'and Mrs. Joe Broddls in their beautiful horn in Fort
Lela White of Augusta who are the houseguests of Mrs. Mr. Chester James of St. Petersburg, Fla. is here at the Lauderdale on last Sunday. They wish to thank Mr. and Mrs
Clethel Haywood. bedside'of his sister, Mrs.Lizzie Green at Mt. Sinai Hospital.Mrs. Broddls for a wonderful day.
Louis A. Brown of Newark, N. J. was a recent vacationerin Green is the mother of Inez Foster. While here, Mr. The pastor and members of Second Baptist Church wish to
Miami. Louis was visiting his sister, Mrs. Florine Williams James is the houseguest of the Fosters. thank the community for their fine support on Sunday while!
Yvonne Bam Culmer and daughter Crystal of Los Angeles attending the pastor's Appreciation program. This annualaf
Annette Theresa Walton and Willie Lee Davis were married were recent visitors to Miami This was Yvonne's first visit fair couldn't have been a success without your attendance
Sunday, July 28, in A. M. Cohen Temple, Church of God in in four years. The Culmers jetted to New York to visit her Thanks one and all.
Christ. The bride,daughter of Mr.and Mrs.Robert Walton, Jr. parents, Eloise and George Bain. During the summer, many persons visit our fair community
of 1829 NW 59th St.bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. The Albert Crosbys are home from a vacation trek that took of Richmond Heights. My duty as a community reporter Is to
Ben Davis of7 60 NW 47th Street.The couple will leave in'Mia- them to visit Ireta's family, then on to San Antonio for a look welcome you. I will never be able to welcome everyone, but
mi. 'at the Hemls Fair. to our visiting friends within our fair community, I take the
Lehue Driskell of Daytona Beach took a week off from her It's a full house at Thelma DeVoe's home Houseguestingwith Dleasure of welcoming you. I hope your stay is a memorable
busy schedule to spend a week with her mother, Mrs. Sara Thelma are Inez Johnson, her four sons and a daughter, one. Please return.Jacquelyn .
Jones at her 70th Street home. here from Nassau. Cambridge and
Lula Kemp Tharpe of New York has returned to Miami to Earle and Rose Higgs are busy entertainingThelnw Darlingand Wendell Turner were marriedon
visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Yorick Kemp. her three moppets of Nassau. Saturday in the Shalow Bap-
Friends of Claronel Smith will be happy to know that she is Rowena M. Richardson, her niece, Caprice Lanier and her tist Church, Atlanta, Georgia.
improving and that she is at 1315 NW 62nd Lane. granddaughter, Theresa Rolle are enjoying a vacation with a The bride is the daugher of
Carrie Stubbs and daughter, Jacqueline of Nassau were in foreign flavor--Nassau. They are the houseguests of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs.Alfred Cambridge
Miami on business for four days. Mrs. Eric Butler. of 147 Jackson St., Richmond
Eddie Mae Toston and Wendell Narcisse were married in Mrs. Nellie Saunders had as her recent houseguest her aunt, Heights. Mrs.Turner graduated
Holy Redeemer Catholic Church. Mrs. Eugene(Florence)Hatcber, who jetted down from Detroit, from 'Carver Hieh School and
The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Edna Toston, Oak Grove, Michigan for a month's stay in Florida Upon her arrival, Mrs. attended ClarkCollege Atlanjacqueiyn
La. and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Kermit W. Saunders hosted her with a lovely dinner party.The following tanta, Georgia, and Is now employed by the City of Atlanta's
Narcisse, Los Angeles. After a wedding trip to Jamaica, the week, they motored to New Smyrna Beach, Fla. for a family recreation department.The .
couple will live in Miami. reunion after picking up other relatives in West Palm Beach. bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Turnerof
Summer vacations in the Bahamas are one of the best valuesin Mrs. Marietta Cochran of 5158 NW 23rd Avenue is among Atlanta and is a graduate of Washington High School and
travel today. Grand Bahama is fast becoming known as the those attending the creative drama Institute at the Universityof attended Morehouse College in Atlanta, Ga. Much happiness
"New World Riviera.. Minnesota. She is a teacher at Earlington Heights Elem- and success is their goal.
Mrs. Docla Howell and her guest,Mrs.Odessa James vaca- tary School.
tioned in Nassau. They were the houseguests of Captain and Mrs. Rosa Lee Rolle enjoyed a weeks stay by her sister,
Mrs. Olive (Barbara Howell) Garbutt Mrs. Fiorletta Stanley, a native of Brooklyn, N. Y. This is WHEATLEY CLUBThe JOLLY FRIENDSThe
Levi (Keep-U-Neat Cleaners) and Leola Johnson and Ernest Mrs. Stanley's first trip to Miami.
Adderly are off for a tour of the Bahamas Islands. They will WBUS-FM Radio at 93.9 on the dial which is the sister Phyllis Wheatley Club Jolly Friends[ Civic
be gone for a month. station of WMBM every Saturday will present a jazz program entertained members and Club met at the home of Mrs.
Other vacationers to the Bahamas are A lean Strachan from 9 friends at their annual picnic, Mable Daniels
r a.m. to 9 p.m.with disc jockeys China Valles, Ira Sullivan Saturday night
Nellie Taylor and Mercianna L. Wright and Alan Rock. at Virginia Beach, July 6. An July 20 for the last meeting
Ruby and Earle Mlzell and George and Joyce Engram of Diy Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Strachan entertained Elder CalvinB enjoyable time was reportedby of the summer. The annual I
tom Beach are island hopping in the Caribbean. Verma P. and Rock, former pastor of Bethany Seventh Day Adventist all present, this closes the picnic will be given it Virginia
Robert Jones cruised to Jamaica. Church and activities of the club until the Beach
presently with the Atlanta Conference, with a Aug. 11. Members are
Congratulations to James L. Smith who was elected vice breakfast Sunday morning in their home on the lake. Mrs. second Moidiy in September, requested to invite five friends
president for regulatory affairs of Airlift International, Inc. Eugenia (Jean) Weaver was also a guest. That afternoon the when the club will meet at the to same. Mrs. Edith Bragg,
Smith will be responsible for aU company matters before the Strachans entertained scores of youngsters at son Reginald'sthird home of Mr3. Eunice Cle Annette Love and Mo'Jier: and
Civil Aeronautics Board. birthday party.ENGAGEMENT. melts Mrs. Percy Fprbes of New
Eva Grant is all smiles since the arrival of her sister, Mrs. Mrs. Wilhemenla Sands Is York were guests of the club.
Ruth Williams of New York for a visit to Miami. president.
Get well wishes to Mrs. Ada James at Cedars; Harrison
Pinckney, Rev.Temperence Wright and Maggie Davis at Christian -
. ; Eugenia (Mrs. Carl) Williams who is recuperating at c s ''
home after a stay in Mt Sinai;Rowena Finder (Archie's mom) "" I'
at Mt. Sinai ;
Congratulations to Rev. Theodore R. Gibson on his elevation L4 r"
to Honorary Canon of Chapter, St. Luke's Cathedral. f
Mrs Fannie Morgan of Winter Haven made a brief visit with If-; 4ng s w
her daughter, Fannie Johnson of Brownsville before they Jetted
to Chicago for a vacation.A g; : I ML. JI4t
round of parties honoring former Miamian, Mary Lou
,
Street of ''Austin, Texas. Among those who entertained Mary '..- .
Lou were the Joseph (Josephine) Poitiers, Millicent Wilson '., "':4:. 1 .
Gloria Lacey and Eloise Morris.
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It was a luncheon hosted by Mrs. Sarah Smalley and Mary ."-.. .... ...}. "h .y', S rk f
Lou St. set for Edna DeVeaux who celebrated her birthday on '. ->,.'..."" '
Sunday, July 28. Mrs. Vera Mae Coffee an- I":-,
Samuel Greene of Nassau is attending the University of Miami nounces the engagement of her .r I s.s .
summer session. Samuel is the nephew Mrs Mae Monroe daughter, Blondell to Deland l & 4i!
Gibson, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jacqueline Mormon Graves of Philadelphia is visiting her Clint Keener of New York
aunts, Verma Bryant and Emma Lou Brasfield. City.
Elizabeth Collins was a consultant for the U. S. Office of Blondell is a 1965 graduateof
Education at a recent workshop in Washington, D. C. Miami Northwestern High Dr. Ira P. Davis was in Washington,D.C. for Commission :School. Mr. Gibson is a 1965
meeting. Then it was on to Philadelphia to attend the Boule, graduate of Carver High
Sigma Pi Phi. School.

Get well wishes to Joyce Davis Oates Tallahassee who is An August 18th wedding Is ).,
Ihospitalized in FAMU's Memorial Hospital at Tallahassee.Ira J planned.
( and Louise's daughter). \ 4
Mrs. Elvis Spearman of Tallahassee and Mrs. Beatrice : .
Coleman, Deland, are visiting their daughter and daughterlaw -
Viva Coleman is recuperating at home after surgery in
Christian Hospital. Everybody's going absolutely wild over that fabulous Lory's Look;
Jetting in from New York City to be at the bedside of their including Lory's newest sales clerks (L to R) Ma.r.ie Vickers and Pat
sister, Mrs. George (Eleanor) Smith who suffered abeart attack Floyd of the Edison Center store and Luvenia Smith of the Lauderhillstore. /
were Elizabeth Clarke and Ethel Lambert. From Lynch- .
burg, Va. came her aunt, Mrs.Susie Robinson.Eleanor is recuperating In addition to the fashions shown above, you'UlincJ a complete line
at home after ten days at Hialeah Hospital. of glamorous fashions for all occasions at Lory's (Edison Center), teen-
Nurse Barbara Hunt of Nassau is visiting her mother, Mrs. age and adult fashion center of South Florida.
Vera Flowers. Our FABULOUS FALL FASHIONS in Come the beauties.
are see
Jetting to Eleuthera In the Bahamas tor a vacation were Mrs.
Floris Johnson and daughter, Beatrice Sears.
Get well wishes to Lillie Brooks who is a patient at Mercy
Hospital. Her niece, Phyllis, Jetted from Chicago to be at her .
aunt's bedside. .
-- -'-- LORY'SFASHION
It will be a fuU ballroom of the Fontainebleau Hotel when ENGAGEMENT
Mary Brooks, GOP vice chairman hosts a femimlne luncheon Mrs. Carolyn J. Lewis of
for "the leading ladies' on Wednesday, Aug. 7. Lawrence 1852 NW 51st Terr.announces
Spivak will stage a "Meet the Press' type show with a panel the engagement of her daugh- d\
We welcome the delegates and alternates of the Republican ter, ,Carol LaVerne to Mr.
National Convention to our fun-filled city Joseph Broussard, Jr., son
Richard Strachan and Billy Rolle took their 14-piece band of Mr.and Mrs.Joseph Brous SHOPS
Into the LaRonde Room of the Fountainebleau hotel,Saturday, sard, Sr., of New Orleans,La
July 19 to play for the National Hairdresser's Association. Carol, a 1965 graduate of
Vickie Bates, cosmetologist at Miami CentralUigh, was: local Booker_ T. Washington High CENTER)
6112 NW 7th
chairman. School Is presently employedby :::74 AVENUE (EDISON

Attending the 29th Grand Boule of Sigma Pi phi Fraternity the state government. Sizes 3. 20
in Pittsburgh this week_wore Drs. I. P. Davis, John O. Brown Plans are being made for a OPEN 9 TO 9
and Elmer A. Ward., December wedding.

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Miami On ..


Kappa Housing Committee _ w1 3t4.


Lee Black, member of Polemarch, projected the cost
Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, of the building approximately -
was recently notified by Grand $100OOO.Dormitorydining,
Pole march Ernest H. Daven- and meeting facilities will be
port that he has been appointedto provided for ,undergraduate:
serve on the National Hous- and graduate, men attending
BY STANLEY SWEETING ing Committee. FAMU and FSU,

THE LITTLE RED BOOK: The James (Venda Rel) Gibsons Mortgage financing for the
,
are cuddling another daughter Davine. born two weeks ago in building is being provided by
St. Petersburg. Their first Latalya.Grandparents Housing Opportunity Mortgage
are the D. W. (Prof) Wilsonsshe's Enterprise (H. O. ME,) the
Millicent Spicer) The Wilfred(Dora) firm of which Mr. Black is

Campbells of Nassau are 1nbntici ting ,. I owner. MR. AND MRS. WILLIE FULLER GREET
their first sometime In January .Juanita I The National Housing Com-
CHIEF SCOUT EXECUTIVE
mittee chairman is Dr.OliverS
Finley-Matthews is mending at home after -
Mount Sinai surgery .. It's another son for A Gumbs of Mobile,Alabama. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Fuller of Miami welcomed
Jim (Ila) Jordans with a Cedars of Lebanon Black stated that he will be
Alden G. Barber, on right, Chief Scout Executive,
July 26 arrival meeting with Dr. Gumbsatthe
... fraternity's National Conclavein to Miami, last week. Barber, who was here to talkto
NOTES ON NAPKIN: Calvin Cambridge in town from Merry Baltimore in December to local Scout leaders, is the top professional Scout
Manhattan .Jackson
Memorial offering two 15-minutecoffee discuss the leader
fraternity's in the United States.
breaks per each 8- our-tour-of in
duty addition to the 30 min. tional college housing budget
meal period ..Donald and Doris
Huyler (he's Scotter; she's and to propose that Florida
his 2nd and of the late
Wilton Burroughs) expecting their
Memorial College be consi-
first.. .Garland Coach of West Miles With MurderMiami
Hollywood suffered a mild heart dered as the site for the next Charged
attack that bedded him in
Hollywood Memorial hosp. .FAMU
: LEE BLACKMr. Kappa house. The college has
junior co-ed Lona Bethel is in with
University hospital an attack -
an active chapter on campus. Police have
said
and
of charged Green Henry Weaver
pneumonia. Black's first assign-
Interest in a house for Florida Edward Lee Miles, 50, with Miles claimed the shot, which
THE WEEK'S[WASH: Mrs. Sarah Deshazior was bitten by a ment as a member of the com- Memorial has been
expressed second murder In killed John 44
degree connection Chaney was
,
mongrel who hadn't received his rabies shot,so she as scoted mittee will be to work with officials -
Miami Alumni
by
Chapter the fatal the result of accident.
off (but quick) to an infirmary for a tetanus injection. .What of FAMU and Dr. B. L, Polemarch Herbert Ammons.In with shootingof an
a The occured at 656
neighbor
following an argument shooting
is wrong with Clinton Lacy??? Has Arthur Eve Marie Far- Perry, Pole march of the Tal-
NW 13th St. where both
rington, the modiste, ill at home... 'Lillian Eve-Sawyer ailini glahassee Kappa Alumni Chap- making the appointment, Sunday.Homicide detectives had men
...Agnes Jarrett-Clark having ear trouble...The Cleveland ter to complete planning and Mr. Davenport expressed Joe apartments.
(Andrea) Reeves of Nassau vacationing in London on an extended construction on the FAMU- great anticipation .for 'Mr.
tour. FSU fraternity house. Black to use his experiencein

SALT WATER TAFFY: Frances VanDyke-palmer, former &Mr. Black informed the the field of housing and
Times Key West corrrspondent, winds up 21 years as clerk in Miami Times that Mr. C. 0. mortgage financing to expandthe
Collins' Men's shop onDuvaiSt.coma December 13.Theres Lott of Mt. Dora, the frater- fraternity's college hous- Double-Deck LoungePRESENTS
a new group which calls itself Federation of American Bahamian nity's southern provincial ing facilities.

Meets every Sunday afternoon on N.W. 62nd St.
..Lena Horne and Ofay Richard Widmark ('tho bothare
wed) reported to be "very close friends' . Rosalie Lucky Job Placement Service IIN THEParisian

ailing. RoomW.C.
STUFF AND SUCH: The Charles W. (CT) Thomas' (she's
Lillian Johnson) have decided to Call It A Day. Their divorce Offered At Alpha Phi

decree became final on Thomas' birthday (June 4). And now

that the popular ex-City patrolman and his bitter-half have Alpha Conventionall BAKER
gone their separate ways, look for a too-soon merger for
Thomas and Shapely Elizabeth Johnson as soon as the pair return ofAmerica's and the
Job Interviews by 35 ( phases), microbiologists, CooperatesFEATURING
from a proposed Car ribean jaunt...Ft. Lauderdale sleuths
largest corpora- journalists, pharmacists,
are combing the Miami area in search of B & E suspects.
held in Detroit
tions will be pharmacologists, physicists,
SCRATCH MY BACK: There are reported beating of inmates mathematicians
August 5 and 6 at the Statler- geologists, ,
by nurses and orderlies in many convalescent homes in Dade Hilton Hotel. This is the only and chemists. Candidates with Little' Cora
._Q ;Reuben Hepburn, the veteran tailor, passed...Ditto Milicent its scope scheduled the Detroit .- background are also being Elvin Thompson .
Henderson-Symonette's brother, James Henderson... Our area this summer. sought. _
h West Coast source informs us that Geneva Dozier and Harry Job interview and seminar Those ,who are interestedare
Lawrence's mother had to have her left leg amputated aftera sessions,are' being conductedin requested to send a self- ADDED ATTRACTION
Los Angeles bus accident. The bus driver on the vechiclein conjunction with the 62nd addressed and stamped enve- FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
which she was a passenger closed the exit door on her arm anniversary convention of Alpha lope to: Job InterviewSemi-

dragging her some 10 blocks before discovery. Phi Alpha fraternity, inc., nar, Gamma Lambda Chapter, Mr. Lee_
SWEETS TREAT: There's a low-rent housing project down in Gamma Lambda (graduate 292 Eliot Street, Detroit,
Key West named Robert Gabriel Apartments--named for the chapter) of Detroit, and Alpha Michigan 48201.
father of Miami's probation officer and frontiers Interantional Upsilon of Wayne State Uni- MONDAY NITE LADIES NITE (No Charge)

prexy Robert Gabriel....After Billy Bullard's discharged fron versity are host chapters.The :r i THURSDAY NITE GUEST NITE '(No Charge)!
Jackson Memorial for double and auto smashup with a
surgery,
service being
job placement
e-C FRIDAY NITE -- SHOW NITE ( $1.00 Charge))
Metro cruiser a short tjme later decked him for additional offered for recent college
term... Tommy and Dorothy Dl vis'dlughter Sander('68 Carol graduates and is open to both SUCK BUCK SATURDAY NITE SHOW NITE ($1.00 Charge)
City Grad) first Negro to work in office of Republic MortgageCo. and eli- DOUBLE ACTIONs
men women.However, , IfbLORSCUYIUIRRUf1< SUNDAY NITE SHOW NITE ($1.00 Charge)
., developers of Negro housing In Richmond Heights. gible persons other than recent -
2MESSES hill R I II PtAC E
graduates are also being
MIAMI MUSINGS: Quentin and Bonnie North's son Kevin a sought. !;;1' ' WI

Diesel engineer for Don Johnson at Virginia Key Beach play. Membership in Alpha phi

ground...Mrs. Katie Heastie daughter Viola HeastieHoKingand Alpha Is not required for participation -
grandson Craig planed over to Houston Texas where the in the job program.
party spent two weeks with Viola's son and daughterinlaw Dr. This service was provided in KING'S GO-GO LOUNGE

and Mrs. Arthur Higgs Jr.. .Billy Daniels at the Diplomat in Los Angeles the past year,and
Holly-by the Sea...Ex heavy weight champ Floyd Patterson's represents a major effort by OPEN UNTIL 6:00 A. M.
first starring role will be in "Wild Wild West" a Ty Spec- the participating firms andAl-

tacular next season.CONFIDENTIALLY. pha Phi Alpha to make avail- 'V: 5625 Pembroke Road -#
YOURS: Emma Nelson-Bain and grand able means for the implementation ) ;-
daughter Chair Townsend left towu last Saturday for NYC to of equal e mployment opportunities. ' Carver Ranches
visit son and uncle Clarence (Clank) Bain...LUtle Don Alexia .
and Terrance Hall will celevrate double birthdays come Local firms participatingare

August 3. Deon was 3 July 31 and Terrence was 11 July 20... : Michigan Bell, All-State '
Carolyn Townsend's baby is due sometime in September. A Insurance, American Oil, FEATURING CHARLES COLLIE'S'
pre-birth "shower" was given the expectant by the Class No. Chrysler Corporation, Ford
16 of Mt. Zion on July 28 at the home of Dorothy Johnson- Motor Company, Burroughs The UnbeatableSoul

McKeller... Jocelyn Burroughs-Knowles left town Saturdayvia Corporation and General
SCL's Silver Meteor for Harlem and Patterson she'll Motors Corporation.
visit her son and daughterinlaw Dr. and Mrs. Roland RBur-. A partial list of other par- Corrupters ,,' :

roughs and family... That's it brother, from your one-man ticipating firms includes \
-newspaper who knows everybody and everybody's racket,but Proctor &Gamble,Humble Oil STARRING LITTLE BOBBY JR. ",, '
,
who is alway s giving soma poor sucker a break! and Refining Company, Good i
rich Tire and Rubber Com- MR. ALVIN Song and Dance Man '

All students of Miami Northwestern Senior pany, Lockheed Electronics, I
Sears, Roebuck & Company,
High School and their parents are hereby International Agency for Development If f '

notified that centralized collections will be Trans World Airlines -

made during the school registration periodin P. Lorillard Tobacco

August, 1968. Fees will be collected on Company, Western Electric Fri. August 2nd I
Company, and the Xerox Cor
the days that students report to school, poration.
/ j 9:30: UNTILADMISSION I
select their class schedules. is necessary Among positions availableare \

that all Miami Northwestern students reportto salesmen, managers, I IwL \
school according to the following schedule. analysts, accountants,purchasing $1.00 I
and employeerelations -
August 28, 1968 9th & 12th Graders specialists, insurance

August 29, 1968 llth Graders underwriters, supervisors, ,

August 30, 1968 10th Gradersr -marketing trainees,programming \
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8 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 2, 1968

Lisa is Disappointed

Business And Professional Women Where Are All



To Hold National Meeting In DallasThe The Good Looking Men?

33rd annual conventionof dance to young womei. crease their services and re- National officers, in addition -
the National Association of Theme for the meeting will late the project to the needs of to Mrs. Belcher,are Mrs. MUSICANA BAR
Negro Business and Profes- be "Tapping Human Resources the various communities in Rosalie MGuire of Balti-
sional Women's Clubs, Inc., for 1)t3vetopmutEqual which the clubs are located. more, Miss Florence V. Lucas N.W. 54th Street
will be held August 7-11 at the and Enriching," a call Special activities include a o f Jamaica, N. Y. and Mrs. 500
,Statler Hilton Hotel in Dallas, to action on the organizations public meeting and receptionat Dorothy North Payne of
:Texas, bringing together women major project. "Development Bishop College, Life Membership Brooklyn, vice presidents, .
from 150 clubs throughout - Equal and Enriching" is a luncheon, the Presi Miss Mollie Turner Detroit
the country and Bermu 1.1. program being conducted dents'luncheonat which recording secretary, Mrs. V.
Mrs. Margaret L. Belcher of among BPW clubs designed to awards for club service and Alyce Foster of Dallas, corresponding
Columbus, Ga., national educational activities secretary, Mrs.
promote physical will be given, a
president, said that 350-400 cultural and personal de- Coronation Ball, featuring the Edith Terry Wilson of Cleve Clyde & Frank
,delegates are expected to at- velopment among young people crowing of MIss BPW 1968" land. Financial secretary,
tend.The and to provide enrichment from among the youth depart- Miss Edythe I Harris of New
organization directs its periences. Workshop sessionsand ment members and the closing York City, treasurer and Mrs. PRESENT THIS WEEKEND
efforts towards the promotionof discussion: groups will Awards Banquet. A post convention Dorothye H Bos well of Los
women in business and the challenge the wornea to become trip to Mexico is being Angeles, editor of the offical Nite
professions; developing job even more involved. in- arranged by the Henderson organ fiR es pODS I b UIty./ Friday Only-Aug. 2
opportunities; improved social Travel Service of Atlanta. Youth department officers are
and civic conditions and Three Dallas clubs are Mrs. Marilyn Jacu"n of
community service. It also offers Free Jazz serving as hosts, headed by Washington, D. C., jur :- Sam & Dan
scholarships, leadership Mrs. Mi>le White of the South\ retary and Mrs. Darlene
training and vocational gut- Dallas club, cOlvenUoacbalr- Wright of Pittsburgh, junior
ConcertThere man. leader. The Bell Brothers *

. . . . 4 .... will be free jazz concert -
presented by Alan Rock
I Along The and China Valles this Satur- Eddie Holloway
: day August 3, at the North

. Miami Beach City Hall FRIDAY NIGHT IS FAMILY NIGHT.

: Avenue : auditorium.Show time is 8 p.m. NOW F"iO"7-.D LADIES ADMITTED FREE
: Featuring the Ira Sullivan
-. four plus the magnificent
. voice of Sandra. Good
* By "SOUL BROTHER" opportunity to bring the young- It Sat. & Sun.-Aug. 3&4

** THOMAS ** ster to hear some good jazz at AT 830
N.E 19th Avenue and 170th St.
Music under the stars: Sponsored by the cultural .: ; ONLY *
Chuck Austin and his All- committee for the city of North
Stars playing "pretty girl me Miami Beach.
lodies" at the Hampton House

crystal pool-side. 1iIJflDU
* * * * *
Condolence messages pour- 'Any where in the world lO"es 1
ing in to the family of one of yaw wont to 90"NOMO&E4T

Second Avenue's best dressed lltKFTr tarT (Off
and familiar personalities, of
the late Earnest Williams, affectionately t ,
knowaas'Ernie. fIDIIIftftTRAYEL .tbe Stteet :I .
We all extend our heartfelt] GWEDNESDAY\ the
sympathy. 4U2U11
. . . . . l
"Yo r Neighborhood TrorelAgents" *
Honorable G. M. Edward F.
Aldrich of Meridian Grand
for As no.r *. you o>, your
Lodge nuking plans a sum-
... ...
. Giro wt a call.
mer Grand Lodge outing in
.. deliver. 110 NW 3rd
Tampa, Florida with state officials Ave. FR feU 51. Choi. C. A
and combined chapters North, ",.,oge,.
O.E.S.
sssss . . s
Congratulations are still in eave
order Muslim Minister ;
Muhammad All, heavyweight This small ad is w
boxing champion of the world good for one big Plus 2nd Outstanding Hit
and his wife Sister Belinda
,
AU on the birth of their daugh fREEDRINK The Good Bad & Ugly

ter, Maryam All. With Clint Eastwoodat
* * * * *
Luther Dixon will hold a gala 10:3Oonly
birthday party in the Fox's
NIGHT LADIES NIGHT
Den. Only an impressario can when you buy
nave the"big band sound of Joe lunch or dinnerat Cash Cash Cash Cash

'Tex for. sss the occasion.. ss . s theCoral WI. THURSDAY NIGHT

Glgi La Tang and modern Way CITY I 't\" ,:' -1 1IL2 1r BOBBY MARSHALL'S AMATEUR: HOUR
dance partner flew in from a AND WEIGHT LIFTING CONTESTCash
lengthy engagement inHous- Black Prizes
ton, Texas to choreograph new Angus
material for his troupe now
playing the Continental.Gigi's 3622 Coral Way 1M COMING ATTRACTIONS
partner! is Michele. (Opposite Sears Coral Gables)
* st ss ss
A good luncheon is not ox August 23rd
Along Kentucky Avenue in pensive. Sirloin steak for
Atlantic City TlmmJe Rogers' examples, with potatoes,
frash-tossed salad and hot
packing them IDlt"Pop" Wil-
garlic br.ocIl. $1.89.
liams club Harlem with the *
Larry Steele show"Smart Affairs (Offer good thru Mon. AUK.
1968.)
12.
of 1969" with a bevy of
tall black models.
s JOe I
Orchids on the desk of receptionist -
(Mrs.) Mable E.Lee !

of Matthews, Braynon & Mapp Ilt 11110.11' ,
law offices from Perry's Flo- G 0'
rist. IfO"g, ale
fIg
fin''
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If its Auburn Avenue in Atlanta rni t

Rampart Street in New ..
Orleans, 125th Street In the incmtrTB8SI
JJBig Apple' (New York City) WMTIHK
rerun umITOTTIUK
12th aqd Vine in Kansas City, 111W !*
Broome Street in Newark -'WI U.!.Pest
Boardwalk in Atlantic City, IiaL i *'
larvard Square Boston,2nd T$1RNDAJZ t 1 FRANK WILLIAMS ROCKETEERS ,

:Avenue in Miami, Ashley r-
Street in Jacksonville or "On FISTFUL OFDOLLARS" FEATURING "

the Street (Avenue) where you LITTLE BEAVER & LOUIS HOWARD
live.-send your news to your -
"Soul Brother' Thomas, c/o U.ra Its.IT 71x1 f1 2 SHOWS NIGHTLY

Mary Elizabeth Hotel, 642NW ,..Dut.nOn } TELNIMICQCIt BOBBY MARSHALL, M.C.
2nd Avenue, Miami. Tw t tress D
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 2, 1968 9


Progressive lawyers Salute Black Power '


The National Lawyers Guildis taking of the task of preparinga America to racism in its rights to establish ia separate
America's most progressive legal brief showing the basis various lor m S,has been black Nation is considered by
bar association. It is in International law :and unresponsive to the naturaland the National Lawyers Guild to
composed entirely of black Constitution for the allocationof inalienable rights of Black ,present a substantial and
and white civil rights,and civil land to Black settlers in the People; and metitorious legal issue;
liberties attorneys.At southern United States for a now, therefore, the
11 li WHEREAS, increasing
tt BY DAVE BONDU its 30th convention held li Black Nation. numbers of Black People are NOW, THEREFORE, the
Los Angeles a few days, ago; The empowering resolutionfor of the oninion that their !snr- Annual National Convention at
the Guild took two significant the legal brief in supportof vival and the survival of Los Angeles, California, in
: like this is one of those weeks when f m stuck for: steps to make itselfmore a separate Black Nation for America requires the this year 1968, resolves thata
something to write about, so I guess rl1 start off backwudswith relevant to the Black struggle. those Black People who desireit. establishment 0 f a separate special subcommittee o!the
the Quick Note Department: Nassau's peanuts Taylor The first step was the is as follows: Black Nation, to be formed-: Guild International Law Com
opens his new club on Sunday,August,and stars Jeff Addam: election of Milton R. Henry a s from parts of what is now the mittee be established to prepare -
as his first in a galaxy of stars to come:, it Just occurred tome < Vice President of the National RESOLUTION ON SEPARATE continental United States; andV and publicly disseminatea
that Jeff opened Peanuts' Pirates Den in Freeport Grand Lawyers Guild. Henry is from BLACK NATION memorandum ol law setting
Bahamas a couple of years ago, too. The new club was called the Detroit area, one of the ten WHEREAS, the United WHEREAS, the claim& forth the legalauthorityforthe
the Playboy Club and is located in Oaks Field section, but Pea- top cr i m I n lawyers in the< States has consistently subjected of America Black nation establishment of the afore-
nuts has re-named it and it will be known as the Tropicana nation, and First Vice Presi- the Black People of alists, of the existence of their said separate Black nation.
Club dent of the Republic of New
I am leaving for the Island tonight,and will attend the grand Africa. The Republic of New
opening. The following wtllbevacatioatim.:for me. and Africa seeks to end the end- .
I will again present for your reading pleasure--six guest writ- less agony of trying to get "
ers--Clyde Killens will have his Night in Nassau Show on white America born again--
September 1 at the Island Club. He sez he is going all out to free of racism--by creating a
outdo his last show. . Hey!How about WAME's Disc Jockey separate nation for Blacks
Nickey Lee was arrested? Nickey went to see what Wallacewas within the confines, of what is
talking about and was stopped at the door and was told that now, the southern United 'Ik
the place was full and fire department had said that no more States. e r M

people would be allowed in. Then up walks some white cat and At the same time as Henry's
the policeman let him in, and of course, Nickey "blew his election, three other Black
stack," and showed the policeman his press card.The policeman men wore re-elected or
put Nickey in the paddy wigon: and took him to Jail chargedwith elected, GulldVicePresi-
disorderly conduct. This came from the horse's' mouth, dents. Judge George Crockettof
and Nickey Lee has no reason to lie. Now wa know of another Detroit who is consideredthe .
person who is not afraid to open his mouth or go to Jail. Nic key most eminent Jurist in the
and I for two country by many; Len Hold of
If you haven't hear the vocal group called the Prescrip- Berkeley, California; and
tions, (they are appearing at the Crossways Inn on LeJeune C.B. King, and constitutional
Road) you have really missed a treat. Three guys and three lawyer par excellence from 1PitJr4rr7t
gals who are all "sharp' and can work. have seen many Albany, Georgia.The .
groups perform and do a good job, but these Prescriptionsare second significant step 1t
"something else." U they are not what I say they are, I'll towards relevance to Black
have Garth Reeves eat this MiamiTimos.SeeI don't take any people by the National M
chances!). Lawyers Guild was the under- \ iff

Pretty Girl of the Week: Jo Ann Tomlin (Dr. Shirley's Sect.) DALE'TURNER WINS TT-

Pretty Boy of the Week: Joe Coleman (Little River EOPI The winner of the Scott
VIP of the Week: Gordon Johnson (Model Cities Director) Housing Raffle was: won by Mr A NIGHT OUTWITH THE SOCIALETTE CLUB
Mother of the Week: Mrs. Georgia L. Jones Dale Turner of 1533 NW 73rd Come all
one, come to a night out with the Socialette Club of Dade and
Terr. Ticket No. 535. This
Broward Counties on Saturday, August 10 at Virginia Beach at 8 There
More Quick Notes: Brownsville Community leader, George drawing was heldJulySlstbe- p.m.
Kilpatrick. is off on a two-weekvacationbutthe store is still cause the sellers of the trip will be dancing, games and delicious barbecue dinners.

open . His sons are holding down the fort... Sammy Spear were late turning in their The members are from left to right: Mesdames Vera Johnson, Odessa
musical director for Jackie Gleason, donated some band arrangements tickets. Fletcher Sarah Green Mounts Curleen
, Mary Thomas, Elmira Green, Viola
to our big band. Told me he is make it over ThankS .
gonna patronage.The
Cpr your
Glenn and Catherine Everett (not shown). For information call (Dade) 691
one night to rehearsal. And while lam on the subject, the boys winner has chosen to IOW -
are available to play for your dance.Just contact me or George take the trip.So arrangementsare 5284'and Broward 989-7141.

Wright. . Charlie Austin has a new record on the market. I being made.rwi.
heard it on Jo Ricco's show inWGBSthe other night. . Whyis
it that the Negro boys who attend the Rick Shaw Record Hopon I I
Channel 10 on Saturdays dance with their hats or caps on? Q 4'eLvp
Is Rick afraid to ask them to remove them, or don't they have
hat racks for both. If the mothers and fathers have not told MERSONTHEWSON 1e N The Fox's Den a/ic y
these young men: that it is impolite to dance or sit with a young
lady with his hat on, then the people on the show should{ tell
them that they must remove them. The boys can keep their Mary Elizabeth Hotel
hats if they're dancing with another boy, but then the other A
fellows would know that something ain't right.Uthey are afraidto
642 NW 2nd Ave.
ask them to remove them, call me, and Til do it for them.


While on the subject teenager, I have contended that the
"good" have to suffer with the "bad' in the stop and frisk

laws, etc. . because this goes for everybody, but when it Friday, Saturday, Sunday
gets to the point that you are considered guilty until proven
innocent. . that is another question.Teens are being unduly '
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treated this way rather than innocent until proven guilty. If a Aug. .
policeman stops you,the least he.can be is courteous, and treat vo.e,
you like a human being and innocent of any wrong doing until Big Dance and Show :. :
he is at least suspicious that you are guilty. I said all of this to
say, that the other day, three car loads of boys ( seven In all) .
were coming to my house to discuss a recording contract. They MODEL 11PSOA WITH FEATURING

were on 54th Street, with mixed races,one with long hair, and PRIVATE LISTENING .-;. r"!. ,
one with a longish cut, with their instruments in their cars. A fiIlNJONES' :: \';<\
policeman pulled one car over, and when the driver (a timid EARPHONE ,
looking soul) got out to go to him and ask him what he had done '. '
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wrong, the policeman told him not to come near him, just get $5.00 ., .: :
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back in his car.By this time, I was on the scene with the other ; ?; THE JWAHS :- :

two fellows who were in the leading car,and they were insultedby .' ., I .
this policeman when they asked the accused driver what DOWN
happened. I have tried to find out if this was the same police- \ ;' ; THE PROFESSIONALS 1 LS

man who has harassed interracial groups in our area prior to Call 'f
this, but court time will tell.

7515629NO The ESSENE Brotherhood Band

There are a lot of teenagers (the majority by far) who are CREDIT
trying to be good citizens. Let's let them ba that way, and let REQUIREDALSO FEATURING JOEY GILMORE
them keep their respect for law and order. But how can we
ask them to respect policemen are supposedly working for
the "protection' of rights, property, and life if they are goingto
be accused and Judged guilty before they are proved inno- : NEW POLICY One Drink Minimumvw

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gin with the "rookies'' and make their classes larger. These J ',;.\ ,1 t"!-1:.fo-!':: 't-6ftjB| ; t ./" ,.,,,
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have been out there so long they are not afraid of anything or ''i" ';? 1 <""'::JOE TEX BIRTHDAY r PARTY;:lf.bli,; : xr :..
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A scared policeman is worse than a"scared any- .. .' ' ,,
anybody. .; 'H ., ::;;
thing" because he has a gun at his side. Now is the time to let W.T. WELLS , I" *!k.' ', . ; .. ;b Aug. 8. . ( ..':".,#. ,\.;\. 't,.\I
to be know are COMPANY ,1' ; t '" .,; I ." .
our young people who are trying somebody we '. ., : : .'1{'"' . ,.1 ',. . .
of them rather than make them turn against the law for ; .
proud ,
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ed in conjuction with the Dade! and his Boys ((14 t 15 years
County Parks & Recreation old) for winning the Com-

By Garth C. Reeves, Jr. Department, Miss Marva munity Basketball League

Bannerman, Supervisor Tournament a t Miami Dade
abH Lincoln Gardens; Mrs Marion North. The team
I have received several letters from Individuals represents
commenting Allen & Mr. Joe Pieze, Instructors Lincoln Gardens, Rec.Center.Mr. .
on subjects I write about and the column as a whole. This week
; Barry CollegeChildren's Clark and the team
I wou Id like to share with you one that has given me the enthusiasm t will
I Theatre Production participate in the finals
necessary in producing columns of interest and bene- on
Group, Mr. Marleaux August 23. Success in this
fit to readers.
my | Director, "The Emperor'sNew : tournament means a trip to St.
Dear Mr. Reeves: Y Clothes" on stage in theschool's Louis, Mo, to take part in the .
< My name is Eloise Taylor. I am fourteen years old and an I\ auditorium. The sensational Nationals. Good Luck.
eleventh grade student at Notre Dame Academy in Miami. I j/ elementary theatre Mr. Lonnie Colemanandhis
read your column each week in the Miami Times Newspaper \ attested
production was by Softball team for
i and I think it is absolutely terrific. I feel that a column such jas children making
ninety
approximately another smashing hit by defeating
this is greatly wanted and certainly greatly needed today who! cooperated in audience North Dade's 9'
fh this town and all towns toaidin benefiting the young peopleof K M1 "Big
of who
participation. Those us by an unspeakable
All of articles have role in I score.
today. your played a great givingthe
are familiar with the two act "North Dade Big 9" was
young people a greater sense of values, morals, and elementary operacanwell coached by Andrew"Chick'Lee
manners, which assists in the growth of self confidence, self ".<
understand that it was neces-
Umpires were Mr John
consciousness and self
respect.
sary for the audience to par- Arnold & Mr. Richard
'. your column has not only the quality of conveying the importance Smith
The actors and act-
ticipate. Tennis
of matters in a serious and frank manner, but the y\\/1 Volleyball and Ping
resses were PattyBlakeAnn Pong tournaments
attribute of giving pleasure, entertainment, and enjoyment to will begin
your many readers. Alvarez Michael Bast, Desiree on Monday for only the
Deathridge Debbie Don- students who have
< Referring to your article in the July twelfth issue of the enrolled in
Miami Times Newspaper on the behaviors and mannerismsof :son, Patrick Utley, Mary the program at Brownsville
the dance and Marx, Marie Conigllo and I for this summ r.Trophies
the on
Negro youth music program, Saturday
Hop, I have watched Saturday Hop many times and have noticedthe Sod SUtet of fa Meek Cynthia Cox. it was directedby certificates will be awarded on

actions and appearances of the Negro youth also. I feel Ivan Marleaux.Our August 8 in the school's aud

that your July twelfth column was very necessary and I agree Our soul sister of the week is Tatiana Monica Moss, Principal, Mr.Banner- itorium. Officlalswillbeas.
with you wholeheartedly and command: you on your comments daughter of Mrs. Alma Streeter and Mr. Luther Moss. man, and director, Mr.Fayson signed. Croquet participantsare
toward. the matter. r Tatiana has just graduated from Miami Northwesternwhere wish to congratulate the teen Van Green,Calvin Turner,

It must be gotten across to our Negro youth that standingin she was solo twller for the year 1967-68. She age Miami Times column Wilson Green, Johnny Green,
front of the television screen making disgustingly foolish plans to go to Miami Dade Jr.College and study nursing writer of "The Happenings"who Don Philphot and Valarie

faces, and dancing in a vulgar way is not the answer. Definitelynot for two years. gave us our topic for Pearce.

the answer. . group discussion lastweeek.Our Again Brownsville won by
It must be gotten across to some of our youth that every current event centered default from B T Washingtonand

action we make, every word we speak is being observed very. around "improper wearing of Allapattah Jr.in volleyball!
cautiously and many instances very critically by some of the hats! for teenage boys."Happyto and Softball. What's the
white race. From their point of view, whatever filth one 2 New Happy Miami report that the situation matter??? C U Next Wk.

Negro does, whatever crime one Negro performs, these .
fifths, these crimes, or these wrongs are written down in I
Youth Council To Give Scrolls To 21
the record book as being marks against every Negro that Centers OpenTwo
has ever walked this earth. I
fc' It must also be gotten across to some of the young Negro new slices were named Miami. City CommissionerMrs. The Dade Youth Advisory good neighbor.
people that Integration is not the fighting of the whites but the and an existing one dropped M. Athalle Range said Board will present scrolls of "The YAB therefore is re

attemping to get along with them. Of course, it is a two way the Operation Happy Miami she was "glad to see the Commendation to 21 cognizing youngsters whose
|treet, whereby both sides must take the same amount of steps Committee at a breakfast spirit of the program was still youngsters durin gthe Metro everyday lives are a reflection
forward to really meet in the middle, where there will be a meeting last Friday at good,' but ,she added the needis Commission meeting at9 a.m. of little acts of kindness
real: feeling of equality and love. I know it is quite difficult the Columbus Hotel. great for additional Aug. 6, in the Dade County goodsportsm.nship

because the Negro has gone through being hated, worked to Sites Committee Chairman recreation equipment and Courthouse. humility, leadership, braveryor

death, lynched, and Just plain mis Judged from the moment he Ernest A. Jones saidanew supervised programing. exemplary" character
forced to leave his country and was brought to this Happy Miami recreationcenter Too, Mrs. Range said,thereis Among those being honoredis traits.
Yes, I know it is difficult,because I have been called would open Aug. 1 at a need for more citizen participation Harold Ezlekell Clark, 16,
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1 names, spat upon, and have heard my people degraded by 225 Grand Ave., Coconut in the program. a member of the Dade: County
whites, but something must be done in order for this Grove, and at NW Second Ave. Urban League Youth Group,
t merica to become really United. and Fifth Street,a former Dls- City Manager M.L. Reese who serves as a counselor for my

Through your column you have conveyed fine countland Store stressed the need for closer the Dorsey Park Summer dressmaker
characteristics in a fantastic manner which has made it Dave Walker Southern communication between the Baseball League.
teresting in a variety of ways to all who read it. Adults Bell Telephone Co. said donation the committee and the centersandsaidaCityotMia

Rand teenagers, blacks and whites, I realize that you do not of the Fifth Street center mi "We want to encourge the 6026 NW 7th Avenue
write a column for the problemed but rather a column whose was arranged with Wendell recreation supervisor visits child who might new win N.w Exclusive

purpose. is to keep the youth from having some of the many Ray of Discountland. each center dally and reports first prized'in anything,ex- Readto Wear

problems that exist for us in this society Just because we are The committee said would on the activities.The plained D-:. David Rothenberg, Better Popular dresses Prices made to

Degrees. Your column is very important because it keeps the close the center at 930NW next committee meeting YAB chairman, "but is contributing measure. Alterations fut
young people up to date with new ideas,new fads, and new ways Second Ave. because it was not Is set for Aug. 9atthe in fullest capacityan and free. (ind.f) '
of receiving: and understanding matters' of today. considered practical. Columbus Hotel.GRADUATION an excellent citizen and
Ihavea suggestion for vou..Continue with the marvelous work
which you are doing,in your column Build up the good tnat aoo.s'ist
in our community and society. Put down the evils which
try to break through and destroy beneficial advancement.And
hold on to those special qualities which you have that make mea
'lan of your works,and an admirer of your great ideas, grand
style, and pure sincerity.

Your devoted reader,
w1. r ao,
Eloise Taylor

The Future Girls of the Year International sponsored by the
American Council of Negro Women held a waistline party last
Friday night which was a smashing success.There will be an-

other Saturday night at the home of Gloria Perry. 8 TRACKSTEREOPHONIC
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Bernie Ward is home from New YorkDwaln"Twinkle
Vaughns is back from Michigan, New York,Canada and a host TAPE PLAYER
't of other places. Jefferson Reaves Jr.and his family left early

Saturday morning motoring to California to the Gamma Phi PICTURES MADE $79.95MARTIN'S
Delta's convention. anticipates a 3weekstay.Farley Nes-
man Jr. returned last week from New York and Canada wherehe COME IN TODAY!

attended the Key Club convention in Montreal. Farley was CAPS AND GOWNS FURNISHED t t tt
really Impressed the French structure. George"Nick"Rock
is off to Join his family in the big city. TASSELS OF ALL SCHOOL COLORS
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Delia Strachn had a swinging time with her father Richardand
his family during her 3 day stay from Daytona Beach.
. . . . . . House of Music.

Congratulations to Beverly Parks, the former Soul Sisterof Johnson r
the Week and Miami Jackson senior,who is on the BurdinesSr. of Miami 15976 NW 27th Ave.

High Board.

.I Phone 624-4592

45 OF THE WEEK"People Got To Be Free" by the Riscals 1186 NW 38th St. 635-4748 I COMPLETE LINE OF RECORDS
WEEK"The Soul Goes On By Jerry Butler TAPES
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interest else. That's why Miami Times readers spend up to 3 hours reading what they consider -

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200,000 Dade ' ' '


Negro Population

One out of every '5 of Dade's ONE'MILLION population are Negroes. ,.-..
And 25 per cent one out of every 4 Negroes are regular readers of the
Miami Times.

'. 60 per cent of all regular readers of the Miami Times are between the
if' ages of 18 and 49 . primary consumers. Aside from representing over one-third
30,000young of all Negro families with 3 or more members vast market for daily household
readers items-they include the newly-married "first-purchasers," as well as the nowthatthechildrenhavegrownn -
buyers of major items such as automobiles, furniturettravel

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BethuneCookmanAlumni Barry College Childrens Theatre .,

I La-Roi

Elect OfficersAfter Present Play.

welcoming words Barry. College Children's E.O. P. I. Center, 2741 NW 1:30 p.m .
from three national officers Theatre production presents '49th Street, Tuesday, Aug. 6, Wyndwood Park, 101 NW Cleaners

last week, the Miami Dade "The Emperor's New 4:00 p.m. 34th Street, Tuesday, August
Chapter of BethuneCookmanAlumni Clothes", "Rumplestilskin' Dixie Park, 401 NW 12th St., 13, 4:00: p.m.
Association electednew and "The Pied Piper of Ham- Thursday, August 8, 1:30p.m. 17th Avenue Park, NW 87th YOU KNOW WHY

officers for 1968-69 and ., lin' directed by Ivan Mir- E, O. P. I Center, 490 NW St. and 17th Ave., Thursday,

mad e plans for the next two leaux for the enjoyment of 11th Street, Thursday, Aug.8, August 15, 1:30: p.m. KIRK USES LA ROI
years. ., children in the northern areas 4:00 p.m. Dorsey Junior High,'lIst st.

Alphonso Cats,aconselorat of the county at the following M.nor Park, 1300 NW, oth and 17th Avenue, Thursday, CLEANERS?? jB

Drew Junior Higb Schoolanda t'.e. locations and dates: Street, Tuesday, August 13, August 15, 4:00 p.m.CELEBRATES .

1953 graduate of Bethune- Gladeview Elementary,6210NW ECAU SETHEY ,
27th Avenue
Thursday,
Cookman College elected
was Aug. I, 1:30 p.m. ,. TREAT YOU RIGHT. .
president and
gave the charge ,
E, O. P. I. Center, 7467 NW .
for more active alumni par- t
7th Avenue, Thursday Aug.
ticipation in their alma mater ,
4:30: p.m.E J

Other officers elected were 0, P. I. Center, 1900NW 5325_ .,.
King Rankin, Vice-President; 75th Street, Friday, August 2,
Yvonne Boston, Corresponding 1:30 p.m. NW 2 Ave.

Secretary; Metis McCants, ALPHONSO OATS Edison Park, 525 NW 62nd

Recording Secretary; Roland Street, Friday, August 2, 4:30 .(
Miss Laurie Forniss
National
,
Raiford, Parliamentarian; p.m.
Maude Newbold, Historian- Secretary. E. 0, P.1. Center, 2338 All Phone
Reporter; Samuel Rogers, The first charge for the yearis Baba Avenue, Tuesday, Aug.6 .
Chaplain; Charlotte Ford a benefitPreLaborDay: at 1:30: p.m.Serra r
Dance at the Bayfront Park 757-1121
Clark, Treasurer.
Auditorium on August 30, Club
Guests at themeeting; were which should be treat with the to

Dr. JL,Jones,National President internationallyknownBethuneCookman
; Mr. James Keys, Jr., CollegiateAll See Problemsof

National Executive Secretary; Stars performing
Ghetto

Problems of the ghetto will
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ing of the Serra Club in the St. t

Goes PsychedelicThe Xavier School, 1631 NW 4th '.q,3.If ..,\ ., .I.
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Following lunch, club members J', f
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Bethune-Cooknun-College 1104 N.W.3rd Avenue.A11 reservations H$<
will be taken on a guided :"
presents its first Annual Pre- can be made at both
tour of the St. Xavier Catholic 58TH ANNIVERSARY
Labor Dance "Miami stores. Get in the
Day "psyche- dJ
Church, in the heart of the
Goes Psychedelic" on Friday, delic" mood for Labor Day: by Central Negro Section. Mr. and Mrs. Dozell Bailey celebrated their 58th Wedding'
August 30, at the Caribbean rocking with the in-crowd.Ad- Anniversary on July 21st with a surprise celebration.The occasion -

Room oftheBayfrontAuditorium vance tickets cost only$2.00. The tour will afford the was held at the Masonic Hall with family and numerous ONE OF
from 10 to 2. At-the door tickets are'250. Serra observers an opportunity friends and out of town guests. Some of the out of town guests

Rocking the house for the to see the progress made by were Miss Evelyn Woodruff and Mrs. Gullie Lewis of New :s

evening wUl be the ten-petce GOLDEN AGERS SEE KEY the pastor, Fr. Oliver Kerr, York. Special thanks to those who made this anniversary a MIAMI'SOLDEST

Bethune-Cookman CollegiateAll WEST Deacon F. Thomas Leonard! wonderful occasion. Thanks also, to Rev Stephens,Rev.Chalk .
Stars with Quinten and other Seminarians as wellas and members of Mt. Calvary Baptist Church.The couple livesat

Johnson starring on the organ. The Golden Age Club of parishioners in the renova- 1225 N.W. 65th Street.

The All-Stars, Just returningfrom JESCA went on their annual tion and rehabilitation of the

a successful tour of the sightseeing tour to Key Weston church structure.

British West Indies,where Thursday, Julys 18th. The I PROTECT YOUR FURNITURE
they played for the Governor's members and friends especially Deacon Leouordl reportedthat t WITHOUT HIDINQ ITS BEAUTY' .(

Ball, have rare musical enjoyed the conch recent work has includedthe CUSTOM MADE 111yPLASTIC J
talents and are as versatile as train tour around the island repainting of the interiorof FURNITURE jJj

outstanding musical groups city.The the building, refinishing SLIP COVERS
anywhere. club has been consoli- pews, and repainting the St.
Prizes will be awarded the dated with regional groupingof Xavier Rectory at 809 N. .. CITITAl 0AU6IlONft ClfAlHIAVT , ,
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most psychedellically dressedman s e n i 0 centers of Dade Miami Ave. Leonard Usina, rill MSISTANT IAITIN !
or woman. Whether the County, Inc Board Chairman of the I .PULLY.UAIANTIIDIUTIIIUI .-- II \ .... .t
dress is Nehru, turtle neck, The Jolllvette Senior Center Peoples Group of National nus- r .. "'" ..01Iftt\"' (\,I,.. .
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"psychedelic" entertained the Golden Age Serra Club. .tiUMimiMlimn' 'II' aUlMATII I )
Advance tickets for this Club with I CIINIONl SPECIALIZING
a party on July 25 at cmNIOMI
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benefit dance go onsaleon the JESCA center, 4901 NW rm riniM IN PLASTIC COVERS o MaybeNot
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August 1 at the Economy Drug 7th Avenue Iburs.Mlne EVES: EXCLUSIVELY

Store, 5720 NW 17th Avenue, Spero Cokine is presidentand 8812140Ruu.e
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SHOWING Call anytime 24 hour service 374-5082

MIAMI DRIVE-IN
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Mr. Edward White, general
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course held at Nassau's Tech
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eleven students who had suc- .rep,,.,/.1. 'I..."

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Miss Stephanie Saunders. Mr. "r !
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a gateway to the future half. someone .
Joseph Antoine Dorce, a J : .
Haitian who was in Freeportwith calls AAMCO '4.Ui\ But .

Haitian Consul General .2 .
Every week AAMCO satisfies more .v
Julio Bordesana, the newly than 10.000 transmission problems. ..4.I I '
elected appointed consul for You get Irtt towing a free road- : 'EVER" "
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check fast efficient servlcemottmes
Freeport and Inagua, was shot in just one day And with l One ,.
and killed by some unknown ARMCO, your transmission can be 't l : '
protected by over 500 AAMCO Centers . ; R A ND ? n'M
36 old. .
person..He was years ,
coast to coast. Nt!, A
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is claiming nearly 100 proves Mokes Buttonholes 1968 % ; *
acres of choice real estate at You can trust routtransmission Blind Stitches FULL PRICE
to A AM CO I'Litgttl I..
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SAN ANTONIO. Airman San AntonioAirmam San Antonio Airman SAN ANTONIO. Airman SAN ANTONIO. Airman i-1 San AntonioAirman
Larry Nixon, son of Elmer Clarence Mosley, son of Mrs. Willie Johnson, Mack M. Hudson, son of Mrs. Rodney J. Hepburn, son of Mr. Bobby L. Adslde, son of Mr.
Nixon of 132 Summit Rd,New Thearther Mosley of 104 64 SW jr.,' son of Mrs. F lor a C. Delores Collier of 6544 SW 57 and Mrs. James E. Hepburnof and Mrs. Leonard K. Adshte
Britain, Conn., has completedbasic 174th Ter., Perrine, Fla.,bas Johnson of NW22ndAve., Ave., South Miami, has com 2125 NW 93 Ter., Miami has of 563 NW 10th St, Fla. City,
training at Lackland completed basic training at Miami, has completed basic pleted basic training at Lack- completed basic training at Fla., has com letedbastc
AFB, Tex., for specialized Lackland AFB, Tex Hehas training at LacklandAFB, land AFB, Tex He has been Lackland AFB, Tex. He is now training at Lakcl and AFB
schooling a s a cnmm mica- been assigned to the Air Force Tex. He has been assigned to assigned to the Air Force assigned as a material spec- ni., for specialized schoolmgas
tions speclalist.AirmanNixon Technical Training Center at the Air Force Technical Technical Training Center at ialist with the unit oft he Air an aircraft equipment repairman
is a graduate of New Britain Low y AFBColo.forspecialized Training Center at Sheppard Chanute AFB, ni., for spec- Training Command at Randolph Airman Adside is a
High School His mother, Mrs schooling as a AFB, Tex. ialized schooling as a fuel AFB, Tex. Airman Hep- 1967 graduate of M,1ysHigb
Annie E. Fair, lives at 5109 munitions specialist. specialist burn is a graduate of Booker School, Goulds, Fla.
NW 23rd Ave, Miami. T. Washington High School.

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CONTRIBUTIONS ERASE FROM PAST

Too few people realize the The breaths of the ghetto
florious contributions made by dwellers are suffocated by the SPECIALS GOOD THURSDAY, AUGUST I THRU AUGUST C QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED

the American Negroes. incapacity of the countless .
Little has been taught about horrors found in these downtrodden I G1RARD SMOKEDPICNIC
the role they played in the development areas of dispair. The Beef liver 3 IBS.
of our country.This inhabitants are faced with the
may be due to the fact that until continual life of poverty, misery HAMS J
recently, even history teachers sickness, and the almost Maws
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weren't aware..and imny impossible task of being able Hog
still aren't .. of the great'accomplishments to escape this"hell-hole intoa .. &-8 AVG.f .
earned by the new and different world,one \
vast number of Negro citizens. that he knows nothing about,or Pig feet 4LBs to ( \,
Both black and white races may never know. It seems as .. ''' '
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history involving their country are seekers for survivalin
_. this country, and not any a country against their very Pig Tails 4LBS
amount of suppression, racism existence. .. .
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hide the facts any longer. systems of our great northern Ears 3Bs.
The destiny of the Negro is city ghettos, they are allowing Pig
the destiny of America. The the use of "Negroinferioritydirected"
past is not dead, but alive with textbooks as well as BRISKET
reverberating silence com- those which have erased any
pressed within the hearts and notable achievements nwteby Stew Beef 3lBS.
minds of the oppressed Negroes the Black-plgmented Am rl- LB.
dormant, waiting for cans. FAMILY STYLE
the opportunity, to split the Negro children are made to
seams of racism, the disinte- read books depicting them as Pork Chops 2 LBS.
gration of inequalities, and being "Inferior' in every respect .
the acceptance of their mural, to the white man. Some
traditional, and cultural aspi- examples of the racist 1 atti-
rations.American tudes found in the books were Sliced Picnics 2lBS. SLICED SMOKED
history cannot most appalling.
and should not be taught with-
out reflecting the significantrole BACON
played by the Negro. Africa needs more capitalists Ham Shanks 2 LeS.
Textbooks that have continu- . White managers are need
ally found their way into the ed . to show the Negroes MEATY
classrooms>> ke no me Ion how to work and to manage the

about Negroes other than plantations . Neck Bones 5"*. 2L 51
George Washington Carver The Negro is very quick to
and Booker T.Washington.It's imitate and follow the white STOKELY CREAM STYLE
true these men played Impor- man's way of living . .
tant roles in American his- The White men who have en- Cora SCANS
tory, but they do not repre- tered Africa are teaching the
sent the accumulation of the natives how to live. STOKELY
total number of attainments The constant teaching of Green Peas SCANS LARGE GR. A. FLA.EGGS .
a n a accomplishments the Black "Inferiority" has actually -
Black People in our past have made some Negro child- HEINZ
made. History tells of the ren accept their sub-human
Black mm as he was yester- status. With this kind of edu- Baby Foods IOJARS
day, and history will tell of the cation in the Negro schools we
Black ma a as he will be tomo--: can assume that the Negro

row.The child was born in darkness, Toilet Tissue JOn LL 3
white "masters" of dwells in darkness,and will '
long ago capitalize 011 the die In darkness. DOZ.
Black man's labor, trampled The ideal solution is to
on his self respect,and sometimes overcome prejudice peacefully LIMIT 2 DOZ WITH ORDER
took his life. White men something that could not be SUNSHINESUGAR
no longer take anything from done overnight. The elevationof SEE ALL
the Negro anymore than they the s tat u s and the acceptance LOH
would take from another white of the Negro in the community Syrupth JAR 49t
man.: The freedom, self respect will help prepare for a
and the right to live is happier and a multiracial life. A. G. WASHING
not something to be earned by Segregated education is ob- GIANT
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the Negroes, it is their rightas solete and useless. Interracial
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American citizensas, men, contact is an all.important as- LIQUID
as individuals.The pect to help rid America of inadequate -
past of the American schools and the mis- Trend 22 O_. BOTTLE 39C
Negro is long and sad, filled treatment of minority races. ..
with the remorse that only a The schools which practice U.IA8 WHITE
\ true American:: can feel as his separatism of race,social I
! fellow countrymen flounder in class, or religion, deprive the LIMIT I WITH $5.00 ORDER Potatoes IOLBS49
the wake of educational, psychological students of an adequate preparation
sociological, and necessary to achieve "
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Board Elections Aug.4 ODE[, CITY PROGRAI I .' 'Of;"
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board of Dade's Model Cities ,: J Vndefr ndMatro- f
program are scheduled for . '., ,. I rpolitan DevetbpmehtAct* of i960, there Is a provision, <;.
August 4, director Gordon sfor *' new program to demonstrate Jhcw the, living envlronment -
Johnson said today. ,,and the generaLwelfareof people living innlapuand ,
Johnson said each neigh- w.y ar .' ,'? +,blighted,neighborhoods: can' U improved In. ..
,h' ...."- ) ., odes'of'parts t and sizes of the country,it:calls' annbYeraa
borhood will have an indivI- .,,''''-'.:., .;. 9 ,' : for ". .
dually elected council where : ; t [ :\ attack:oa/' .poclal, :eoolom1C, ',aad physical prote-i ..<4,'
the resident may present 1! slews'ie "-Selected 'slum lad blighted area*. "Jtrt,Model -r
problem as well as possible -I'r ra 4 idity.:Program 'prbvidesmoneyandtfechntcalasfllstaace,. :.,
solutions. The elected resident I Ivan ito',bet"i\jttiea( Id'plaa,.'!develop,,and.carry out:ww and ',j n
governing board will agl UVe.I00alpr; iemetodQvelap M a adel.netgq, -' :, '

make the final decision. bo"rhotd' ? I'1,1.... ..
Abobtr2OQ' citiefi'and coaaliee i kom Aver? ,ttws'ns41oa, .. ;
The McJel Cities programIs applied i f',>for:ttw ,Model Cttiw i Program l jraat.( Oa.Nov >jj I Iemb
designed[ to upgrade each ", t7, Bade. ',wad UctwiasoiM of.63";
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make Mxlel it City a better neighborhood place to live and, ;scommUAitiosto? ..participate''in' Hie,.Model.Cities pro. 'i..;.,'

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Johnson said Social service fttien'particlpatfonlsalegatrequtreirisat'Cltiten "".''",
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program as well as improve August 4,1968Model .t/ residents must be involved in'all in the ,
Model City Director or ; : : phases formulatioa -* t"|
of facilities
ment physical are '':: of plans),. and: 'making,,'decisions on all pro. : '
planned for the area. .gram&, tt'can be saidthatanefhbgrhoodicnp! ot ernenty : t
The Model Cities area-- At least 21 years old. 'association is 'stmilarrto'thiobctiyes'la bur Model .

nine square miles In northwest Obtain at least 10 signatures City!! 'program,. Thes"objective,are*' I. "' ';':I ''''f ,"

Dade County -- is bounded by from Hich district'with ..((1)To) .rebuild large slma-''-and, blighted 'areas :,
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NW 7th Avenue and 27th Ave., in*the Candidates'tract he lives.applications, City ((2).K La paad.hoaelngXEtpaBd ' ...". ; ....' ,.J- I'?''' :'I',, ;''>.'
and NW 36th Street and 79th ,
Street. along with 10 signatures from .)k.(.... '. I Job. and.jacome. ,<< opportuftittes, .: .. :,{
"A successful Model City each to district the Model, most City be returned Office-, Voting, Centers fl"vi."v-"4 1 educoKde" >!I) : Hftcy' '&&;.weifere-' peeae6 5 ':: '"('J'I': \

program requires committeesand i5)( tmprove'educatloeal facllitks and.'programs '
participation: by all citi- 6207 NW 27th Ave., by Tues- ; .
day, July 30th.Petitions ( ) TO,combat,disease. !and'nhealtt. \ist tf ; .
commuted :
zens Johnson! ;
1........Liberty City EOPI-71st Street & 7th Avenue .
be
form
Modsl : and : may rcl 1l' binge about I,mor tecreetloMIan4, ttttura$
"It is imi-ortantthitthe , T 9? : t. .
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obtained from cls.75th Street & 22nd Avenue ._
canvasser or groun .
City resident become wyllac 'l ;'opportunities 'I. '"i ;" :..1" :
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quainted program 1i J t'
goals and the type of program:? said, Anyone 12 years old 4..............Model City Office -6207 NW 27th Avenue g'lteduca' I r idei Of'crimexaq l*'fdel=cy.Q ..
being conducted in the area" who lives in the area can vote 5...........Dorsey Jr. High School 71st & 17th Avenue ,:oj )r Utet.txansporatimi. 6eryices;;1:;? .: .' ; :

More than 300 canvassers in the election. Northwestern Senior High School-71st/ & 12 Ave. t..lo) era. improvfe the ,quality of'Xtf9'totr) ,Modet Cites= :;

will go out Friday and survey The results will be announced 7...................TACOLCY-Sf/i/ Avenue & 62nd Street 4t: ",.' 4' r 11'r1,"f
the Model Cities area, John- Tuesday, August 6. The }"' It.is lawful that citizens must bo Involved making"
8 ....Central Life I Ins.
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Street & 7th Avenue *
son said. first meeting of the governing : :{:plan(for programs to solve ,these proble.'l1iepur. '
In order to qualify for elec- board will be'Thursday, Aug. 9........r...............YMCA-58th Street & 15th Avenue :.'.:post ,of elections In Mode .City Is to elect groupVof '

tion to neighborhood gov- 8. 10. .....,?..,? ,....<.;....Youth lndustries'183SHW 54 St. &1'residents. who,will be the voice; of the people in planning ;?

erning board, thef individual Johnson said the governing 11-; .....:.............58th Street & 30th Avenue 1\, these' solutions. Elected citizens will form study,'.. *"

must be. board will be meeting least 72:.....Brownsville. Community Cenier-7741 NW:5t)5f. J,:,., groups:on employment,housing problems,health problems -, ;;.
A resident of the Model once a month on the first tues- ' educational problems, etc., In an attempt to find I.; ,
Cities area, or a person wio! day of each month. Sub coun- 13..Brownsville Jr. High Sch.-SOth St. & 21 Avenue f" the best way to solve them. (There is money for these,;..

owns a business or land in the cil meetings will be held on the 14........................YWCA-Slst Street ,& 2Jst Avenue I. groups. to. e.hUo: consultants, to help make plansTJtE. /; :
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1281 NW 61st Street 3020 NW 69th Terrace 3110 NW 49th Street 2691 NW 54th Street 1215 NW 91st Street 2955 NW 68th Street
I : Postal Clerk V. D. epidemulogist Teacher Owner (A, G. Food Store) Grocer Student
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772 NW 51st Street 2914 NW 57th Street 4746 NW 10th Avenue 1025 NW 57th Street 1878 NW 56th Street 4550 NW 22nd Avenue
I Teacher Freight checker (railroad) Teacher Teacher county Coordinator for schools Housewife
: Council Area 8, District 7 Council Area 11 Council Area 15 Council Area 8 District 10 Council Area 13, District 12

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I 1635 NW 66th Street 1730 NW 74th Street 2910 NW 67th Street 1295 NW 71st Street 4671 NW 24th Court 1331 Little River Drive
Retired housekeeper Teacher Teacher :j. Driving instructor Housewife Elementary caseworker
Council Area 6, District 5 Council Area 2 Council Area 3, District 15 Council Area 1, District 13 Council Area 13, District 10 District 1
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I 3000 NW 50th Street 1208 NW 65th Street 1359 NW 55th Terrace 6030 NW 8th Avenue 685 NW 67th Street 1291 NW 68th Street
Guidance counselor Housewife Housekeeper Librarian Housewife Retired teacher
Council Area 12 Council Area 6, District 8 Council Area 13 Council Area 7, District 13 Council Area 7 Council Area 6

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NATHANIEL HAROLD
COOPER HINES
4110 NW 186th Street 3115 NW 48th Terrace 2956 NW 48th Street 1009 NW 52nd Street GLORIA HODGE J EFINA B. H\RVIN
I Teacher Director E.O.P.I. Businessman Parent involvement specialist 2125 NW 74th Terrace 7035 NW 28th Avenue
District 12 Council Area 12 Mlld Housewife
Council Area 13 Council Area 7, Council Area
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WILLIE.DILLARD 6540 NW 25th Avenue 1216 NW 62nd Terrace 1210 NW 77th Terrace 7151 NW 14th Place *4 5630 NW 15th Avenue
4661 NW 24th Court Housewife Housewife Housing Manager Licensed practical nurse Advertising Director
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5841 NW 9th Avenue 1017 NW 65th Street 3322 NW 52nd Street 1060 NW 57th Street 6408 NW 24th Avenue 2152 NW 47th Street I
Retired teacher Postal clerk Social services administrator Savings officer staff manager, insurance co Archetectural draftsman
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1430 NW 59th Street 7151 NW 14th Place, ##2 2923 NW 57th Street 1802 NW 53rd Street 912 NW 64th Street 4661 NW 24th Court I
Minister Student Minister Presser Teacher HousewifeCouncil :

Area 2 Council Area 1, Council Area 8, District 11 Council Area 14, District. .1 Council Area 7, District 10 Council Area 13, District 10
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7531-33 NW 32nd Avenue 2515 NW 46th Street 6215 NWi 13th Court 1400< NW 53rd Street 6580 NW 22nd Avenue 7527 NW 22nd Avenue
Retired Army officer Detective Leadnun and assembler TeachersalesmanCouncil Barber Barber I
Council Area 3 Area 12 Council Area 4 Council Area 2, District 6
Council Area 13 Council Area 6, District 15 District 8
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JOHNSON !
3166 NW 53rdStreet
I 1319 NW 62nd Street 7001 NW 15th Avenue ,1891 NW 74th Terrace 7156 NW 15th Court Grocer 4761 NW 22nd Avenue Carpenter I
Secretary Cashier supervisor
Teacher Beautician Council Area 12
Council Area 6 District 14 Council Area 2 District 15 Council Area 13, District 7
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2992 NW 49th Street 2921 NW 57th Street 3075 NW 68th Street 6580 NW 22nd Avenue 1211 NW 72nd Street HousewUeCO'JDcl1 2785 NW 55th Street
Post office Public Relations Teacher I
Registered nurse gssffli. Council Area 4 Council Area 1, District 13 Council Area 11, District ,
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W ARTHUR W. CARTER CHESTER COACHMAN LEON BUSH
GEORGE CARTER
LEO CARTER 6750 NW 2nd Avenue 1321 NW 56th Street 4857 NW 5th Avenue 1191 NW 56th Street
1224 NW 41st Street
1136 NW 47th Street
Retired businessman Bookkeeper
: Pharmacist. Aircraft rahanfc
Owner, Janitor service Teacher Council Area 5; District 8 District 11' Council Area 8 : Council Area
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Make Photo Deadline Ii:.:!f1:! It is important that each neighborhood have an individually elected council. The i1fj:!

LOUIS T. CAPERS SHEILA L. MCCARTNEY 1: m\\ main of the council is to present the problems and possible solutions of the neighborhood @mm1..
3117 NW 52nd Street 7186 NW 14th Place #3 ::1:.......... purpose ..:...
Librarian Domestic Work :::;:::;::::; before the Resident Governing B d.:|;;::;;::::::
Council Area 12, District 3 District Area 1-15 :.:
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WALTER LEE WATSON FRED D. McKENZIE 1 IIII! IIIIM
1741 NW 50th Street 2260 NW 50th Street ::: ROLE OF THE MODEL CITIES STAFF
Bus Operator Sell Employed .::1: Mr
Council Area 14, Council Area 13, District 1 :1:
: j It is the primary responsibility of the Model Cities staff to see that all programs tf ;

WILLIAM AMONES BENNIE MOORE :;tm are coordinated and meeting the needs of the community. Administration of. programs will 1j1mm
1192 NW 62nd Street 7560 NW 14th Place ::
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Pool Room TeacherJunior College ::::;;; be carried out by other existing or new '
Council Area 7, District 11 Council Area 2 ;j= -
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ANNE ELUAH E. MILLS j .
B. BELL '
4426 NW 23rd Court '7200 NW 22nd Avenue :::i!t!( GOVERNING BOARD 1 I I Ii
Teacher Rec. Leader Dade County :::
Council Area 13.District 15 Council Area 4, District 2 1 1fjfl!
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MARY BROOKS JUANITA MUNROE 1ii in the Model City area, one ((1)) i ii
3201 NW 68th Street 2231 NW 51st Street ::;ii i1 i members will be elected from the twelve ((12)) census tracts
K1ndergartenTeacher Barber :;:i m i each from.nine ((9)) tracts, and two each from three heavily populated tracts. The remaining : 1 i iii

District 3.8SHIRLEY ; District Area 13-1 . m ii i;1i six ((6)) members of the Board, four ((4)) youths aged 18 to 21, and two ((2)) clergymen, will ii iim

COLE JOHNNIE M. ROBINSON : i be selected according to procedures to be established by the fifteen ((15)) Board members ;::::

7200 NW 22nd Avenue 1879 NW 45th Street ::1 t elected from the tracts. An Executive Committee will be formed of one-third ((1/3)) of the m 1 1:

Recreation Leader Secretary ;:;:j Governing Board. One-third ((1/3)) attendance will also constitute a quorum necessary for 1rrii
Council Area 4 Council Area 14, District 11 ::
District 2 ::
..:.:.ii i1i1 voting on motions and resolutions. This Board will relate directly with the Model City ::i:1i1i:1 ::!;;=

DESOLA W. COLLINS GEORGE E. ROLLE ::;:::;::; staff and County Commissioners half of the council will serve a one ((1)I) year term, ::1i;:::1::i
651 NW 73rd Terrace 2930 NW 51st Terrace ;;:: After the election, the Governing Board will con i m m11i1ii
Unemployed Teacher ::::.1 f and the other half, a two ((2)) year term. :
District Area 1.10 Council Area 12, District 1 I ii duct a blind draw to determine who will serve a two year term following each one year 111 11iii
:ii 111 term. The Governing Board members will serve as the Chairmen of the tracts Sub-Councils. 1 iii! i1i
JOHN A. DOYLE ALEXANDER SHIPMAN i::j
802 NW 55th Terrace 1400 NW 52nd Street ;:;::
District Area 8.6 Microdata Operator ;:;::@m The residents of the entire census tract will elect'a candidate to the Governing 1 ttji
Council Area 8.13, District 8 jij::::;:;: Board. Qualifications are: :::;:::;;:::;::::
FLEATA GRIFFIN
1471 NW 60th Street GLADYS TAYLOR 1m-
Library Page 4705 NW 24th Avenue i11 i@1 11 ((1)) The, resident must !live, own business or land in the cerrsus tract from which he jJH|

District Area 9.4 Housewife :::::::::;;:, wants to be a candidate. :|:::::jj;::::$::
EMMA Council Area 13, District 11 ;:::;: M' i11! ii1 1 1m
D. GLASS
1426 NW 60th Street DONALD A. THOMPKINS ill m 1 ((2)) A candidate must be 21 years of age or over to be eligible. :m
Clerk 2950 NW 65th Street .:;:::
Council 9, District 8 Barber ':::::m
District Area 3.15 i1i;;mm ((3)) Candidate must obtain at least ten ((10)) signatures from each district within J! iimi1:
BETTY GRIFFIN r:;:;;: the census tract in which he resides. :::jjjj::::;:;:::.
1425 NW 56th Street ELMER A. WARD i 1 tm J
Hospital ward Supervisor 5841 NW 9th Avenue :::;: .' 1 $::::
District Area 910SARAH Retired Pharmacist :::;:j1m *> ((4))' Candidates' applications! along with ten ((10)) signatures from each district $$$
Council Area 7, District 13 1 ;:;; should be returned to the Model City office by Tuesday, July 30, 1968. :jjjj:::;;::;$;:: it
P. JOHNSON 1 1 1 mii1m;
1913 NW 55th Terrace EDWARD LEE FLOWERS ::;:: u'ii:1
Teacher 2496 NW 60th Street ::::;: ;!: ((5)) Petitions and forms may be obtained from canvassers or the Model City office. :Wi::'%;;:1|
District Area 10-11 Inspector Aerodex Inter ;:::;:.
.. District Area 13-8 jm:;;;: SUB-COUNCIL TRACT II:::;;;
EUGENE KEMP .
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2340 NW 66th Street
RALPH MCCARTNEY !i i1
Real Estate Salesman 820 NW 64th Street :::;::1r The Sub-Council will be composed of fifteen ((15)) members. One representative will 1j tti
Council Area 4, District.6 Manager Credit Union :::::::i ji; be elected from each district within the census tract. The term of each member will be two m i 11 1 1m

RICHARD PERRY Council Area 7. :f: : ((2)) years, except one-third ((1/3)) of the membership ((5)) will serve for a three ((3)) year term. 1ii1m 1ii
6215 NW 13th Court .:.:.:;1i1: A blind drawing following the first election will be held to determine which members will :;::1;;;::;::
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1. Individuals must be 21 years of age or older. ?$$&
Telephone 693.4302 ,
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Agencies Participating In III!m 3. Candidate must obtain 25 names from people within the district in which he mrr
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Election Processes II:;::: by Tuesday, July 30, 1968. :H;:::::;:|::;

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Opportunity Program, Inc., County, Inc., Elizabeth Curtis, ::::::;;:
Benny O'Berry, Director. Director. ::::::;:!1 !
James E. Scott CommunityAssociationArchie Brownsville Improvement :;1i:: WHO CAN VOTE |||

Hardwick, Association, Neal Adams, :::1i;;

L' Director.Associates for Progress, Director.Brownsville Neighborhood ((:::::::::;::::m: Anyone twelve ((12)) years of age or over who LIVES in the area can vote as well t&yi

L. D. Kennedy, Director. CenterEOPlSumner, Hutche- :i:1i:;;ii11 as anyone who owns or operates a business in the Model City area. jSj;:; ::
Gladeview Improvement son, Director. ::::;::
Association, Arthur Cole- Northwest Homeowners :::;;:;fil f! f i
brook, Director. Association, E. N. Taylor, ::::i: .I
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League, T. W. Fair, Director Young Men's Christian .. :;;
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Youth Leadership Training Young Women's Christian :::::::::::. Norman V. Watson .....r.................................................................................... Deputy Director ::::::
Roland Raiford, Director Association, Betty Wiggsdir- :::::::J 1II I

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: Urban league Conference Set for Mew Orleans

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workshop on the and the
police serve
Mrs. Maud: K. Reid,President sing themselves to planningand "Operation Dialogue
al community will be held at the
speakers, as a community
Board of Directors, implementing ttepro
Jung Hotel, the conference sorces development effort of
Greater Miami Urban League, grams that will carry forward
has announced that the 58th the new thrust of the Urban ,headquarters, Tuesday, July National Urban League.

} Annual Conference of the National League in 'BuildingGhetto 30.Other "Operation Dialogue' is a
highlights will include program whereby New Orleans -
Urban League will be Powor. Workshops will cen-
held in New Orleans, July 28 ter on programs to build the speeches by Carl B.Stokes, area churches have re-
first Negro Mayor of Cleve. quested an Urban League
through August 1. Representing , ghetto's internal political
land; John W.Gardner,former speaker who is expert
an on
w\ the local Urban League will power to Increase its bargaining -
secretary of the Dopartmeit race relations, address
be approximately 25 position developing true
j* rt persons ; of Health, Education' and Welfare their congregation, onSUnday,
from the board local control insti-
guild, gen over ghetto
and now chairman of the July 28. ,
eral mimbersbipandprofes- tutions to provide more lead-
sional staff. ership positions, increasingthe Urban Coalition; Stanley Marcus Oa Monday morning, July
Gulf ghetto resident's sense of President, Net m,1 11-M3.r. 29, Whitney M. Young,Jr.,the
The conference which! will cus-Dillas, Houston Fort
'' control over his own destiny; League's national executive
seek to develop :1ewp: ram.* expanding his voice in community Worth; Dr. Vivian W.Hender- director, will deliver the keynote
for coping with the curreat ra- decision making; son, president, Clark College, address, setting forth'
cial crisis, will hive as Its building more effective action Atlanta; and Dr. Margaret League goals for the coming

theme "Building Ghetto communication bet w den the Walker Alexander, professorof year.
Power." This them: grew out: ghetto and the power structure English, Jackson State College On Sunday, July 28, Mr.

o! an em! gei1y m,:!t1nt; of ; and :h velopln i ;racial Mississippi. Young and Linsley F.Kimball,
League officials April 27 in prid and "e1fawuelleis.Wokshops ; Mrs. Maude K. Reid,presi- president of the League, will
New York City on ways: to organize dent, Board of Directors, and be given honorary degrees at
the black masses in the : will beheld (in T. Willard Fair,Executive a special Xavier University
nation's ghettos. the slum districts o!New Orleans rector, Greater Miami Urban convocation In the Municipal
and at the Jung Hotel League, have been selected to Auditorium. "

This is the most crucial Moadiy, July 29, on housing, I! .
Dan Keen, a Gulf Oil Public Relations Represen- conference in the Urban Lea education, economic development *

tative, discusses convention strategy with Cane Whit- gue's history. The local dele and employment, and
I lock of NBC. Both 'M,. Kean and Roy Kohler of Gulf's gation will Join with 1500 Na- family planning. In addition a ,

PR Department ytill be. ,at,both national political conventions .. tional conferees, in addres- S ; .JC'lWUJ' .

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I Prisoners To Train For Manpower ProjectsATLANTA GuaranteedMetropolitan .. :S-Wtt : i. S

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U. Norwood, regional man Department of Labor and fare
power administrator for the

U S. Department of Labor SHOP fOR /MEN

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teach job skills to 70 hardcore ' AND
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Jobless workers and servicemen *_" .f" : '
. AND INSPECT OUR COMPLETE STOCK OF
and to furnish Job skills .
to 120 prison inmates In Florida ' DraperySpecialists FINE CLOTHING AND ACCESSORIES.

costing $308,588 In Fed , : * *
eral funds.
WE CATER TO THE FASHION'NEEDS OF

The Alpalachee ,Correctional- THE WELL GROOMED MALE WITHOUT
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t tional Institution at Chattahoo- TURNING OUT OUR PATRONS POCKETS.
chee, will train 120 inmates S.

auto mechanic, electric motor S
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winder. cook(hotel,restaurant e "Graciously"

and short order), and Serving Liberty City
farm equipment m.:. hlnlc. Since 1923
The length of the courses will
be 44 weeks and the total cost
will be $217,888 of which
$206,824 will be Federal Call
funds. ,fir

CHARLESROGERS
A project to beco:1ductedby

the MDTA Center in Miami,

will train 45 nurses aides for Dante B. Fascell D-Fla
Congressman ( ) greets U.S.

Federal 12 weeks$39,289, total cost and$1,612 25 auto, House of Representatives Page, Johnnie Johnson, on a AT PL 1-7502
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body repairmen for 40 weeks, the steps of the national Capitol in Washington, D. C. .
total cost $65,439, Federal Johnson, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip L. Johnson of "IF YOUR SUITS, FOR A GOOD BUY ON A
$62.475. 22110/ S. W. 115th Court, Goulds, will be a senior at DRESSES AND PIANO, ORGANSCOTT
Mays Senior High School in the Fall.He is serving as a STEREO OR ORCHESTRA
Page under Fascell's sponsorship for the month of July. SHIRTS ARE NOT I
These funds will provide for BECOMING TO YOU INSTRUMENTS.
training facilities instructorsand
,
THEN YOU SHOULDBE
equipment through the
State Department of Vocational YOU MAY GET COMING TO US."

Education, and weekly
allowances to trainees throughthe
Florida State Employment! IMMEDIATE RELIEFIF

Services (FSES). Mmy of the
trainees are heads of households -
YOU SUFFER FROM


SPASMODIC ASTHMA BACKACHES
Since the beginning of the
NERVOUSNESS SKIN DISEASE
MDTA program, 90 percent of -

all trainees. who completed IMPOTENCE FRIGIDITYBED
classroom, or Institutional-
type courses employment; 76 WETTING STAMMERING PhonePL

percent were employed at the SMOKING ALCOHOLISM
time of last contact.

MENSTRALIRREGULARITY 4.6678 w

The FEARS SPEECH DISORDERS
Federal-State public e e
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employment offices are responsible
for placing the OBESITY MIGRAINEAND 1085 N.W.

trainees in Jobs after they *

complete MDTA courses.Employers MANY OTHER MENTAL ELl HAPPINESS "I I
interested in recruit-
62nd St.
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through the local FSEA office. At fh. crt.r..4. ./ N.rtH fovtfc ..',.,...r ';
ONLY IS MINUTIS MOM ANYWHIM MIAMI
MIAMI, FLORIDAR. CORNER N.W 54th ST. N.W.3rd AYE. ,

Since 1962 when the act went CLINICPH. Phone 751-7502

into effect about 13,000 class- 159- 9265 G. SATCHELL, Or iOIOBiscayne Blvd. FR 70401BrowardJA 2-5131
room projects have been approved SPresjcfent Mil DIUVUYANYWMIM IN U.S.A.
to provide training to 4854 NW 7th Ave. IN fr.1AUDIItDALI11U 1.'AIOiAS ILVD.A'.UI6ML.H

over 750,000 people In some
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The new Model City Social NW 12th Avenue had a dedication on Sunday, July 21. More than
Security branch office at 5225 ceremony and open house 60 people attended the event, "With sincere
which featured a dedicatory
I WOOLWORTH'S1HE address by City Commissioner graditude v A
M. Athalie Range.
to all for a
Mrs. Range said that It was

I WET LOOK have important aneighborhoodSocialSecurity to the community- fine affair. "

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office "This Is Indeeda Special guest grout
sign that,somebody cares," Spiritual Harmon/zers 4r
she remarked as she dedicated ((2)) Audience

the new office to the ser ((3)) Well wishes from the
vice of mankind and the community
family. Left to
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Among those present ,were Helen Bain, Mrs. Athalie
: :L :: Thonus MRams9yBob Parker Range and-Mj. Victor Bain.
Gordon: Jones, and JamesL.
((4)) Audience'
BYRD & SANDILANDSFISH
Riley, representing Congressman
Claude Pepper; ((5)) The Young Family.
Peter Forrest, director of the Left to right: Willie Sr.; MARKET
Neighborhood Youth Corps; Susie, Robert, Katie, WillieJr.
Gordon Johnson, Alfredo R. .; Donnell./ Not pictured:

representing Toledo, and Norman the Model Watson Cities Mark and Mary Young. 14905 N.W. 22nd Avenue

M. y program of the Dade County (6)) Audience
Department of Housing and Opa-Locka
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NW 22HO AVENUE
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.,' '" : '." ' .. AN APPRECIATIONThe RANGE '. .. .. CARD OF =THANKSThe

'c'A' -0"5' 'O'-R'IA"L'S' family of the late family of the late

I' R" M'E'M DEATHS 'j MARGARET JANE MACKEYwho MRS. PAULINE LUNDY OWNES

passed away July 17,
wishes express'' our who departed this life June 11,
sincere ( 1968 wish to express our sincere -
thanks
and appreciation \,.,.,.,. ,. thanks and appreciation
IN MEMORIAMIn CARD OF THANKSWe CARD OF THANKSThe for the many court 'r'.1. :
for the methods of
numerous
esies and
I sad, but loving memoryof of the later wonderful acts of '!!! expressions extended to usduring
our beloved mother and the family of the late family klndesss extended to the r'f our bereavement.

family during their hour of
grandmother, ETHEL HOLMES bereavement. .'. Special thanks are extended -

,j.. .t'. to First Baptist Church,
wish to sincere a' Specials thanks to the ... ..:' w
our .
. express .,. .,. , Rev. C. V. Ford, pastor, Sun-
officers and members of the .......
thanks and appreciation to all .
... '? .. .,4. ": land Park Elementary School
x'.f'i:, .;,' our friends for your cards, Church of God of Prophecy, ... family and friends and neigh-
floral pieces and other acts of BishopArnoldDemeritte,
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5r
tI[ bors of Ft. Lauderdale Opa-
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,1 kindness during the illness and r pastor, Sister Ethel Gilber
locka and Miami.
death of our loved one.Special r Harold L. Francis and hi: .... May God bless each of

'. .. thanks Rev. P. D. Brantley,to staff, the B. T. W. Faculty, you.
Rev. Archie Gallon, pastor
friends oa: 17th Street. The
the friends of 12th St., 2nd Ave
of St. Stevens A.M.E. Church, Walter Lundy, husband
New Frontier
and 1st. C 0 u r t. Also to the ,>The Varsity

JA. .,. ............. House of Albert Funeral Barber: Shop, Canon CharlesF. Carol City, died July 29th ata Addle Gardiner
.. P: '... Cooper and who local hospital. He was a native Ludell Martin
; everyone
'K Home.
..."1'1J; : sent t e 1 e g ram*, cards,let of Jefferson County, Florida, Eddie Lee Smith

if. 1r/i.. TheFamily ters donations, and beautiful and for a number of years was Edythe DaleyTheodosia

,r,<. .. ...;. MRS. ROSE LEE SAMPSONwho floral sprays employed by the city of Miami Atkins sisters
Beach Surviving are his wife,
PATIENCE McPHEE departed this life July 23, Mrs. Cleomle Woods: ,Daugh. Julia; two sons,Archie Jr.and

who departed this life August IN MEMORIAM 1968 wishes to extend sincere Mrs. Clotilda Williams, Daugh.. Arthur; two daughters,Doro- FRANCISMr.

2, 1963. May she rest in peace In loving memory of our thanks to all whohaveshownt I Mrs. GwendolynHeastie) thy Gallon and Betty Williams;

and light perpetual shine upon dear wife, mother and daughter kind acts of cards,telegrams, Daughter seven sisters Including Mrs. Reuben E. Hepburn of
floral sprays and other kind Mr. Joseph A. MackeySon
her. : 10 Theresa Young and Dora Sea- 1550 NW SJth Terrace expired
"I will go In the strength of nesses. Thanks to the mem grandchildren, brooks and four brothers.Services July lath at Jack-son Memorial:
the Lord to each conflict bers of Mt. Sinai Baptist 2 great grandchildren,
430 at
and Saturday, ; p.m. Hospital Mr. Hepburn was: the
a host of
relatives
which faith require Church and Rev Cleo Albury, and Salters
may ; friends. Chapel. owner and operator of "Your
His grace, as my shield and Jr., pastor. Smiling Taylors'onN.W.3rd
We also thank Richardson r
reward, PFC George Glpson,of 4744 Ave and 10th St.Funeral ser-
My courage and zeal shall in Motuary: for directing.. CARD OF THANKSThe NW 15th Ct.. died July 20th in vices will beheld MIldlY: .

spire. family of the late Quang Trl Province, Republic 5th, 10:00: A.M at T e m pie
If he Issues the .word. of command The Family of Vietnam. Survivors include Baptist Church with Rev. L.A.

his parents, Mr and Mrs. Thompson, pastor officiating.
To meet and encounter the foe, CARD OF THANKSThe Thomas Gipson,four brothers, Remains will repose in the

Through with sling and with seven sisters, his grand chapel beginning 12 noon on
of the late
stone In my hand, tJ iiir family mother, Mrs. Susie Taylor, Sunday until 7:30: p.m.Sunday.
In the' strength of the Lord I JEROME MATHS
three aunts and 1 uncle. Services Remains will repose at
will wish to express their heart-
go. felt thanks to their many relatives Saturday, 1:00 p.m. Temple Baptist Church beginning -
at Emmanuel Church of The 8:30 p.m. on Suidiy< until
and friends for their
The familyIN
Nazarene Funeral time Monday:
\ Moadaymorning.
kindness and sympathy shownto .
BETTY J. DEMERITTEwho the family during their hour Y.. ,'. .... ....;..'r't.',:'r, John B. Reese, of246NW7thSt. Survivors include
MEMORIAM departed this life July of bereavement. :: :. ., died July 25th. Among his his wife; Mrs. Miriam Hep

25, 1965. May God bless you all. ".". .'"..".... . .',..;. ;';.1\/, : survivors are a sister, Hattie burn; 2 sons; Rolaaand George

In loving memory of our dear She is gone, but not forgot . Smith, and an uncle, Rev 5 daughters; Dorothy; Joyce;
brother but Cato Wade. Services were held Jean; Claudia and Christine
her God
loved
ten. We His Mother,
loved her best. May her soul Mary Louise Mathis ; Wednesday at St. Mark Bap- 1 sister; J J Mrs. Leah Ferguson : -

rest in peace. and FamilyIN ', : tist Church. ?: 1 brother; Mr. Edmond
Ernest Lee Williams, of 542 Hepburn; 11 grandchildren anda

Thomas Demeritte,husband NW 2nd Ave died July 26th.He host of other relatives and
MEMORIAMIn is survived by his wife Della friends.
Joyce B. Demeritte, daugh. REV. J. H. WILSON ,
Thomas Jr., Brodrick and loving memory of- our. Williams, two minor children, Little'Gwttnise Daniels;

Rodney, sons and Mangolia I daughter and sister who departed this life July 4,: and a sister, Betty Fox. Ser- 10825 SW 217th St. in Goulds

Daniel, mother. 1968 and was laid to rest July vices Saturday, 4:00 p.m. expired July 27th at South

13, 1968, extend sincere Greater New Bethel Baptist Miami I Hospital. Gravesida

thanks to Rev. Salmon of Sal- Church of Oln-Loeka. services will be held Saturday

IN MEMORIAMin ters Chapel A.M.E. Church, Napoleon Patterson, of 2022 Aug. 3rd, 1000 a.m. at Ever-

all the ministers, Fred Doug- NW 43rd Street, died July 27th green Mumoriarpark. Re.

memory of our dear son r $ las Lodge, Heroines of Jeri- He is survived by his mother mains will repose In the

and brother cho, the doctors, nurses and Mrs. Mable Robinson; four chapel beginning 1:00: P.M. on

MR. EDWARD DANIELSwho BERTIE EARL ROBERTSwho staff of Jackson Memorial brothers, Wilbert, Samuel, Friday until! funeral time Sat-

departed this life on Aug. + Y e Hospital, Parkway General Bobby and Raymond Patterson urdiy morning Survivors include -

left us on July 31, 1965 2, 1965. Hospital and staff. and two sisters, Mesdames her parents;Richard and
Wait on the Lord be of good Now the shades of night are
; George Hill and Elouise Nor- Ernestine
; 1 sister Lori 2
We would also like to thank ; ,
and he shall gone
courage strengthen wood. The remains were sent grandmothers Mrs. Violet
Now the neighbors and friends for ;
the
thine morning light has
heart. to Valdosta, Ga. for final Pride and Mrs. Fannie Young
Wait I the Lord. come, telegrams, cards, letters,
say, on rites. and a host of other relativesand
Lord, may we be thine today, beautiful floral sprays, dona-
May; L. Crawford friends.
of 15840
tions of cars and food and ,
Left to And drive the shades of sin per-
mourn; N,W. 17th PI., died July 28th.
sonal to
away. appearances help our
burden be much to Survivors are a son, John MANKER ANDMILTON
lighter
Mrs. Zillie Oakley, sister --- Crawford; two daughters,

Mrs. Ella Hub, sister The Family; WILLIE BELL COOPER bear. Mesdames Georgia Hill and

Four nieces, one nephew, ten Romalia H.Roberts, motherIda .who departed this life July 28, Thanks also to Rev. LesterC. Mosdime.;? Willie B. MoKinley John W. Chaney, a well
great nieces five & Daphne, sisters Albert and
great 1967. the staff of the and Fannie Wynk; eleven known
Liberty City Jitney driver -
nephews Godfrey Si Millard,brothers House of Albert for kind and
God when the footsteps grandchildren two sisters and
;
sees of 656 NW 13th Street #3,
four,aunts two uncles and Jacqueline Roberts daugh. courteous
a falter then he touches the service rendered. 1 brother. The remains were died at Jackson Memorial
host of friends. DelI ine & Sharon nieces
,
weary eyelids and gives his May God bless you all is our sent to Eatontoq, Ga., for Hospital, July 27. Mr. Chaney

dear one sleep. prayer. final rites. is survived by wife, Tommie
CARD OF THANKSWe George Taylor. Sr.. of 1453 H. Chaney daughter Louise'
; ,
CARD OF THANKSthe N.W 70th St.: died-J lyi8tb
the family of the late Sadly missed by Thomas; mother, Virginia
Mrs. Lylia Gary, daughterMr. he is survived by a son, Chaney three brothers Joe
;
family of the late Fannie Mae Dukes, mother ; ,
Edgar Gary son-in-law George, Jr. a daughter
Eleanor Brlnson sister Douglas and Albert Lee;three
," and family. Mrs. Althermease Brown, Shirley; 6 grandchildren; sisters; Mother Ella Mae

daughter three brothers, Samuel Marthers, jannie Adsie and

Harvey and Mutt Taylor and a Mattie Alexander and a hostof
Randall & Sam Wilson,sons sister, Mrs. Mamie Bryant other relatives. Funeral
CARD OF THANKSThe Mr. Haskett Brown, son-in- Services were held Thursday
arrangements are
incomplete.,
/ law from the chapel.

family of the late Frances Wright Jones, of Nathaniel Green of 17524S.
Felix R. Neals, grandson 831 NW 47th
Terr., died July W. 103rd Avenue died July
I MRS CORINE CHAPMANWho Nieces and Nephews 29th. She Is survived by two 17th. He Is survived by one
sons David and
,
RonaldJones
r brother, Aaron. Funeral ser-
fI passed away July 12th, a daughter Mrs. Joan Anderson vices will be held Wednesday
1968 wish to thank their AN APPRECIATIONThe two brothers ,
many ; Evans and July 31 in the chapel 11 a.m.
friends and nieghbors for all Fred Wright; four sisters
I ,
s ? expressions of sympathy family of the late Mesdames Phyllis: Hall; Ma-

IYAGNES f shown them Jn the passing of MRS ANNIE E. WOOTENwho bell Bostic, Zella Scott and 14th Johnnie Hill, of 330-F NW

their mother. Thanks for your Christine Green and 6 grand- Street died July 8th.

cards, telegram ind floral depared this life July 17, children. Services Saturday Funeral services were held in

MRS. LIZZIE HEARNES WILSON BRADLEY pieces. Special thanks to Rev. 1968, wishes to extend sincere 10:00 A.M. in the Chapel., the chapel.He is survived by a

Tbedford Johnson', and members thanks to Range Funeral Olive wife Ann. and a brother,
Wish to thank our many friends wish to thank our many friendsfor of St. J o h n s Baptist Home and staff, friends who 11th 'Avenue N. Wade, of 5621 NW Joseph.
and neighbors for all acts of. died July 30th.
their kind
thoughts words
Church
Francis Funeral came, called, sent telegrams, Survivors
kindness shown during the and deeds during our hour of Home and staff for fine ser- flowers and cards. Norris Wade are sons Theo and James Boswell of 14460 NW

death of our loved one. Words sorrow. May God bless and May God bless each and We also give our thanks to Mmes. ; seven daughters 22nd Avenue died July 15. Fun-
Maggie
will never convey the message keep you all.Husband everyone of you. St. James A.M.E. Church and Kirkland Generette, Made eral services were held Sat-
Willie
from oar hearts. ,Harris, urder
its congregation and pastor July 20. He is survivedby
Maxie Wade, Eurdice Avenger
Lee Bradley Mrs, a wife, Annie Jewell a son
Mr. & Tom Coakley Rev.,Gay. Lois ; ,
I Ruth Hallman, sister ,. Mother, Gladys Wilson Mrs. Elizabeth1 Chatmanand Lillie Pearl Washington and Gary Phillip; four brothers:

\ and Family .r:' e.: .t' ., And other relatives Family-- ."' The Family ments are' Incomplete Gordon.Arrange Waldo.Ivory Bennie,' Johnnie and



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L.-- By R. LUTHER BRAYBOY, SR. I

LindsleyT Lumber

The yards are clean and the county right of ways are filled
with trash and,useless
junk Even the most severe critics and
disbelievers In operation clean up are shaking their heads In .
shock. But this Is only the beginning. We have only crossed
the bay, the ocean lies before us.
The first phase of this operation to bring about better
living 30% CHLORDANE DUST
conditions In our community was completely Ignored by many 6-6-6 PEAT MOSS

citizens whose absence from three successive meetings at the ORGANIC FERTIUZER F'
county park was most "-Cu. 97c
conspicuous Indeed. The fact that your Kills roach,
political affiliation Is different from others Is no reason for .Try. Itl! ,_ Foot t-flu QCHLORDANE ants, arsnworms. y
withholding participation In a project that Is for the good of the { o i or and a 2-C.. ->>49 .. boo .
entire community. You who think of yourselves as too high on its yyyskin&n tetted'on . Fool 6. lXbiU; ties, grubs -\
the totem pole to Join In this florid** just sprinkli
worthy community project let me
oil. 4-<<:1. 9 lI iJ. onto "re*.,
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remind you that polluted water and typhoid fever looks for no 38 ... :. !
particular address when It strikes. Be minded that we have Ilp 1 Foot '
only scratched the surface. There Is much to be done to pre- f A 98% organic soil conditioner -- d4LI.
vent a return of the very same situation we now face. 60-LB.: .that, and hold itlmulatet moisture,healthy aerate*root theoil :;)-,
We are much In need 101
very of a committee composed of UQ growth.
people andacbalrman within the comnnnity that will not let the
County Commission continue on its un-interested way wherewe
are concerned. It Is my considered opinion that we should
have a committee of twelve members and a chairman to avoid

political haggeling and petty jealousies. Two people should be Anniversary special]
picked from the three most effective organizations within the
commuiiity. The Ministerial Alliance could pick two from their GENUINE
organization, the Broward County Democratic Club and the purchase of
V.F.W. could do likewise with the other six, members and a
chairman coming from a selection those Interested persons /al.. % PATIO
who are sincere and effective from the community-at-large. "
This kind of committee wouldbe,or should be, free of politicsand CALIFORNIA FURNITURE!
petty jealousies.Only then will this community become whatIt w
should have been twenty years ago. .
i Briefs from a long fingernail . Many times I have heard .. ' l
the complaint from local,residents that places of entertainment REDWOOD!
were too far away and that we just didn't have anyplace to go. i **>
The King Brothers "Go Go Lounge" Is the answer for those \ '
who like their entertainment live and good soul food to go withIt. 'Mi
They're open unti six in the ayem.A big attraction Is sche- ft CLUB CHAIR Sturdy :
duled for this weekend and the place Is fully air conditioned design box edge Vinyl-Foam ..r'r r
Joe Hicks and Leonard Alexander are the operators of our cushion. No-tag springs
newest lounge the "Eight Rock club.This was formerly Pin- . Y
der's Bar and Grill. Good luck fellows and you'll be seeing a s a ,1 7 t
Attractive natural Redwood
lot of me. That's thirty for this time till next time, buy the
J I Times punctuated by beautiful .

' floral-pattemed vinyl!Ij $ 0

t ASTP Veterans Plan Outdoor glamour toH r

grace your patio .. .1 '
"25th Anniversary Meet porch or lawn. % >

W WASHINGTON -- Approxi- Washington where at.least a Outdoor glamour to ,

l mately 100 veterans of World third the ASTP unitmem. No Down.. ... CHAISE LOUNGE
Money
War Hand their families will I bers return to complete college : Superior box-edq. cushion.

convene In Washington, Aug. and live after the war. I ONLY 5.00 Monthly Sag-proof spring. Adjustable
22-24 to pay tribute tofromer Silver anniversary reunion F. back rest
colleagues and establish an activities will include a lunch-
educational. scholarship for, eon and memorial services on
their children at the 25th the Howard Universitycampus .
anniversary reunion of the ; a reception at the '1.(1 'ntnJIIELEGANT

2515 Army Specialized Train- Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority NTRANCE DOOR ENTRANCE DOOR rg]
Ing Program of Howard
house; a dinner dance at the
University.Ther Hotel Continental and a picnicat HP a
former G.Jjswere the White Oaks, Md., U.S. Nothing but nothing gi".. *,home a Grace your horn entrant with door
members of Inew look to quickly at a beautiful DDDPDD oi charact.r . a door that add ttylt.dignity .
a special army Naval Ordinance Center. |t"gh.luhion door Picture thi. door and personality to you and 0 D
unit of some 250 engineeringand With the present alumni Ion your home See complete line ol your home!
(entrance doorf
medical students who were membership ranging from
dispatched from the Hilltop youth leaders to a college 3FOOTT
campus In 1944 to join the 92nd president; a subcabinet 3-fODT BY r" 6-FT 8-IN. # )II hff
Infantry Buffalo Division for 1 yi.IN. THICKREGULAR
official
; three judges; a ball 1-" UN.Hi.I { e
training in Louslana and bondsman; foreign service ilil IDIIDI

Arizona and fighting throughout officers; lawyers, doctors, NO MONEY _ NO MONEY
Italy. dentist, engineers; teachers, $64.95 DOWN $26.95 DOWN!
The nationally organized real estate brokers and a U.S
alumni group has held two Marshal, the group still emphasizes -
|major reunions here and local service and leader-
chapter meets regularly In ship In the nation.ATTENTION.



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Open Sundays ti/12 P.M. Lindsley-RBC
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Doesnr'tHave
Newstand 3505 NW.79tf Street-Ph.696-2810 1635 NW.28th St.-Ph.635-4511 I Stores alsolocated
N.W.7th Ave.127th St:_Ph.681-7471 2160 SW.27th Ave.-.443-7432
N.W.27th Ave.at 179th St.-.Ph.621-0544 812 SW. 12th Ave.-Ph 3745108
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 2, 1968 27

I CARD OF THANKSThe I JOBMOBILE
Mrs Irene Edmonds FAMU
:
family of the late Henry Carver 1 VOICE I LOCATIONS
I
Williams Jr. wish to expressour Proffessor Monday, August 5730am.
Drama DiesMrs.
thanks and appreciationto to 4:30 p.m., NW 27th Avenue
Ranches OF and 62nd St. (Stevens ParkIng -
our many relatives and ,ww invited
Irene Edmonds, professor to appear atthe i
friends for their kind and of speech and drama at World's Fair in Canada, but THE Lot). .
Tuesday. August 6.7:30 a.m.
thoughtful expressions of Newsj Florida A& M University, Mrs. Edmonds was hospitalized -
to 4:30 NW 27th Avenue
in the form of cards p.m.,
sympathy 23rd at because of a heart
Walt.r July
By Bows passed Tuesday,
and 79th St. (Northstde Shop
telegrams, letters, floral condition and the choir
.Tallahassee A& M Hospital was un-
ping Center).
pieces, cars and donations of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Smith able to go. --I
7
z Wednesday, August ,
food, money and all other acts announced several
of kindness, too numerous to the mcnthsago She wrote several plays for TOM 7:30 a.m.to 4:30 p.m.,NW 12th
engagement of their daughter children and in 1958 ac- ..ve. and 54th St. (Grandway).
but
specify, were very gra- Vashti Murray Smith to t Fm Interested in the
student
bM compained the FAMU very Thursday, Aug. 8,7:30 a.m.
ciously shown us during our
Stanley McKenzie of the Balti- drama group OD a tour of Black people so I took the lib- to 4:30 p.m. NW 22nd Avenue

hour of bereavement.Our more Bullets. Mr. McKenzieis Africa under the auspices of erty of making a research andI and 72nd St. (James E. Scott

special thanks to Rev.R the son of Mr.and Mrs.Luke the U.S. State Department.She would like to share it with my Project).
H, Johnson and members of McKenzie
formerly of Miami
readers. Friday, August 9, 7:30 a.m.
Martin Memorial Methodist now resides at 4700 S. W 18th received a bachelor's The facts about race are no to 4:30 p.m., NW 22nd Avenue
Church Fr. Theodore R.G ib- Street
West
of Christ Hollywood. degree from Syracuse longer a mystery to social and Bunche Park Dr. (Across
son, pastor Episcopal The South
officers and BrowardPostNo. f T 4 University and a master's in scientists. They are well established from Swimming Pool).
Church members -
8195 Ladies
Auxiliary VFW writing, speech, and drama by scientific re- -
of St. John Baptist Church
are planning an Apron and Tie
from John search and are easily sum-
)
Hopkins University. United States than (Negro
Elder Mackey of the Church of
party at the post on Pembroke She had been at FAMU since marized. Most social scientists casualties in the World War
God of Prophecy of Coconut Road
on Saturday night August 1947. believe that, in biological for the same period.Disorders .
the efficient staff and
Grove, 10th. There will be of
plenty inheritance, all races are in Chicago,
of the Bethel Wil-
personnel refreshments and music. The Mrs. Edmonds was active in alike in everything that really where whites sought to keep

liam Funeral Home, the Women's public is cordially invited. local civic as well as cultural makes any difference. There Negroes out of public housing

Club of Richmond Mrs. Addie James is presi- MRS. IRENE EDMONDMrs. affairs. Her husband, S. are difference in colorationand projects in 1953-54, caused "

Heights, Food Fair em- dent and Mrs. Ruth Scott is EdmonJs was active Randolph Edmonds, is head of slight differences in facial over $200,000 property damages

ployees, employees of the V.A. secretary. for 25 years children's the speech and drama depart- features and bodily proportionbut and resulted in total
Hospital,The Royal 20'sLadie! There will not be a meeting ment at FAMU. according to all evidence
theater in Tallahasee. She costs for (police protection,
Club, the neighbors of PierceSt. for Post 8195 VFW this Sun
and her husband were both available, they have no effect etc.) of over $2,000,000. The
Richmond She is survived her husband
and the Men's Club of day. Commanders and by
Quartermasters founder, members and had upon learning or behavior. cost of the riots during the
Heights. May God bless of the 15th district two children, S.
worked for several years in With' the exception of several summer of 1964, not yet re-
you all. will meet in West Palm Beachto Randolph Jr. andHenritte; two
small isolated inbred
promoting the growth of Le- ported as this is written.
Madelean S. Williams, the area school of instruc- Moyne Art Foundation.The sisters, Charolette MeBane primitive tribes, all racial But these losses are as pen-
tions beginning at 11 and Annette i I Johnson, both of
Children and FamilyRICHARDSON p.m. FAMU Verse Choir, groups seem to show the same nies compared to the cost of
The cleanup campaign in which Mrs. Edmonds Initiated whom live in Baltimore. distribution of every kind of economic inefficiency whichthe

Carver Ranches is looking and directed, recently Funeral services were held ability. All races learn the race problem produces.

good. Everyone seems to be appeared on a local television in the St. Michael and All same way and the average Since scientists are in general

Holland Phillips of 217 NW cooperating. There will be a program in connection with a Angels Episcopal Church in speed under the same circum- agreement that whitesandNegroes -

15th St. #7 died July 27.He will pick Saturday so put all your national network presentation Tallahassee Thursday and the stances. All important race have equal native abili-

repose in the chapel on Tues- burnable scrap iron and metal on Negro culture. burial services werein differences in personality,be- ties, it follows that all important -

day at 1 p.m. Remains are being out w for this pickup. In 1967,the Verse Choir was Baltimore, her native home. havior and achievement are differences in group be-

shipped to Newman,Ga.on }purely resultofenvironmentfactors. havior are due to prejudice,

Wednesday morning, July 31. THANK YOU Such differences, for discrimination, and lack of

Survivors include a wife, The officers and memters Culmer/ Center Community NewsWe example, ignorance and shiftlessness opportunity and encourage-

Helen; two daughters, Mrs. of the Truth of Life and Light among Negroes are ment.

Henrietta Davis and Mrs. An- Spiritual Science Church 234 are making marionettesthree they would like to see and films quoted by the majority group This means that if Negroes

nie Laura Davis; five sisters, NW 8th Street Miami, Florida mornings a week, Mon- are borrowed from the Miami to Justify its discrimination, work less energetically, receive

five grand children and a devoted wish to thank the public for day, Tuesday and Friday from Public Library. which in turn, perpetuatesthose less income, have more

friend, Mrs.OlivIaSher- their cooperation during the 9 to 12 noon. Sister Mariannaand Other than these regularly very differences.Thus a illness, spend more time on

man. beareavement of our pastor Sister Noel, from Barry scheduled! events we have arts vicious circle is completed, relief, commit more crimes

Mrs. Gussie Senior of 1012 Rev. James A. Poitter.Thanks College are working with the and crafts,boxing and anythingelse and an illusion of innate race and spend more time in jail

NW 1st Court #2 died July 29. also for those who went to children, on these puppets. We the children want to do. differences is preserved.The than whites, all such dif-
Nassau Bahamas for the financial cost of the of the cost
Funeral services are sche- ferences are part
are now making costumes and Thus far, things are going very r-
duled for Sat. Aug.3 at 11 a.m. Burial ceremony. heads for the puppets and soon well with the exception of field race problem will surprise of discrimination.The .
from the chapel.Survivors include .. most people, who areunaware. indirect economic loss
- we,,will be stringing them and trips and this {\S.:only becausethe
a son William Kamcey of Nissau Bihaims'ah: aunt, Mrs. learning how to work them. bus setup still seems lobe of the many ways in which they from these 20,000,000 peopleso

Chicago; one sister, Mrs.Viola Ida Mllller. OQ Thursday mornings from quite shaky.We pay for the luxury of enjoying many of whom are ignorant,

James; a brother, George Mrs. Miry Barron of 226 9:30 until! noon, Mr. Wlck-, are open from 9 a.m. to their alleged race superiority., poor, and unmotivated,

Jives; a daughter, Mrs. Mamie NW 10th Street died July 30at strom and Sam Harris, who 6 p.m. Monday through Fridayand Although there is no fully reaches an Impressive total.

Johnson; a grandson; nieces Jackson Memorial Hospital. are from the University of from 9 a.m. to 12 noon on satisfactory way of measuringthe The President's Council of
Funeral services are scheduled direct and Indirect cost of estimatesthat
and nephews and a devoted Economic Advisors
Miami, are teaching the child Saturday,
friend, Spencer MDonald. for Thursday, Aug. 8th ren about percussion instru- the race problem, there are a unused Negro talent costsus

at Mt. Zion Baptist Church at ments and general music. The BASIC EDUCATIONThe number of things which sug- over $17 million a year,

James A. Henderson, a resident .2 p.m. Mrs. Barron is a pioneer lessons are very free wheelingand Basic Education class gest that the total cost is enor while the total indirect cost for

of Miami for the past 40 Miamian and is survivedby creative. They use bongos, will resume Sept. 3. All interested mousediace relief and welfare service,

years died July 28. Funeral a daughter, Mrs. Mabel drum sticks, cymbols and persons may registerat riots with their des- law enforcement, and other

services will be held on MOII- Staley; a stepdaughter, Mrs. maiy other things in their adventures the Culmer Center for the truction of life and property costs more than double that

day, Aug. 5 in the chapel. Mr. Viola Williamson; a brother, in sound. class. give most dramatic evidenceof figure. A former cabinet of-

Henderson is survived by a Henry Nelson; a sisterinlaw the cost of the race problem ficer explains, "individualswho

sister, Mrs. Millis Symonette; Mrs. Annie Nelson of Ma- FIELD TRIPS LOTS OF FUN CHILD OPPORTUNITYThe The 1919 Chicago riot. suffer' discriminationcannot

a brother, Chris Rahmings of con, Georgia. field On trips.Wednesdays Thus far, ,we wo go have on Mary Hill Child Opportunity killed 38 persons, injured 537, be, full partners in an
destroyed the homes of nearlya of plenty. They can-
attended Crandon Park Zoo Center will hold its gra- economy
thousand and caused over not afford to purchase their
and Eastern Tropical Fish and duation exercise at the Culmer
$250,000 destruction. The share of the goods we produce
TME have had a turnout of about! 45 Center on Sunday, July 28 at
newspapers in 1942 and 1943 nor their potential shareof
1 children each time Next week 4:30 p.m. The public is cor- pay
invited. reported more Negro casual- the taxes for the common
to Beach dially
we pan to go Virginia
racial friction in the "
ties from
Charles North is reporter. good.
and swim and have a picnic

lunch. Our field trips usuallyare

tieami4tmeat from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.,but.
U sappy to aiwcoeci a .
this one will last all day. ,! ,{.J "
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The trips for the rest of the ;. ;- .. '

of summer will be to the Museumof r j. ""

Science, the Seaquarium,

7__ the Coca-Cola Bottling plant,
WAME, and the final trip will

be a hayride--truck permit-

ting. '.
SWIMMING AT DIXIE PARKOn

Tuesday and Thursday ,.

afternoons, we swim at Dixie t l _
r oNk K nh Park Pool from 1:30 to 4:30. s tl *;

Every Thursday and Friday

night from 7 to 8 p.m., basic

swimming will be taught to the ;r d

girls from his center.

Oa Saturday mornings, we *
have movies from 10 to 12

noon. The children decide what


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10" 28 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday! August 2, 1968

,. ST. JAMES Ebenezer Annual Picnic Sunday TRUSTEE A


Rev S. L. Gay, pastor

r.. Joseph R. Marshall, reporterWe Rev. A.D. Hall, Sr. pastor Mannings; Ollie Mae Ross;and

E. Ingram, reporter Misses Ressis Mae Bass: and
wish to thank our new

11t presiding elder Dr.F.A.Allen Saturday, August 3rd the Caldwell Loraine Gllchrease.from the You Faydell t h

,. of the North Miami District for church school will have their MesdamesFlorida

-i: supervising our quarterly Departments.
annual picnic at Virginia
.
1 B Mae Murry; Susie s.R
1 conference, Beach. The bus will leave from from
and Louise RUey
Morgan
Helping, helping and helping the church at 9:30 a.m. Mrs. the Service Guild.
Wesleyan i
is our business. 'We gave at Eloise Johnson is the super-
The Dorcas Circle will be in R
hand on Men's Day at Mt.Her- intendent of the Sunday school.
charge of class meeting Tues-
mon A.M.E, Church, Opa- The School of Mission of the
The Com.
night. Holy
Apr Iou Jn QUiurrfj Sunday locka, where we render ser- Women's Society of Christian day munion will be administer

Service and Service
I vice.The Wesleyan Sunday at both services with
pastor would like to Guild of Ebenezer United
music rendered by the com-
thank the choirs, ushers and Methodist Churcbisbeingheldat
Greater New Macedonia binded choirs of the church.
members who made this pos- the Southern University of }

arrive in Atlanta approxi- sible for us to do our best. Lakeland, Florida. Members Let us not forget the sick Rev, W.J. Macon, pastor of
Roscoe Jackson pastor
Rev.
and mately 5 a.m. on Saturday and The pastor is still forming from the Women's Society in and shut-ins. A fish fry will beheld First Baptist Church of Opa-
The department
youth to be will leave Atlanta 2 p.m. en- Choir No. 3 and seeking new attendance are Mesdames at the home of Mr. And locka has been appointed to the
directresses are commended *
and congratulated (oran route back to Miami onSunday members who want to sing. A.D. Hall; Mable Cromtfon: ; Mrs. Willie Moorman2955NW50th new Trustee Board ofOpa-

on last afternoon. The roundtrip fare Love Feast Friday, Aug. 2. Willie Mae"Pinder; Margaret Street, Saturday, August locka General Hospital.Rev. .
inexplicable day
.. Sunday. Special thanks to Bro. is $30. The deadline for pay Sis. Perkins and the July- Clark; Ruby Sims; Rosa Lee 3 for the benefit of Men's Day. Macon plans to be in-
ites have done wonderful
a job.
strumental the developmentof
Ernest Washington morning ing the fare is the fourth Sun-
Thank you for your supportand the relative to its
hospital
day in August. Anyone that
speaker and Sis. Louise Jack-
for helping us reach our CHRISTIAN SCIENCE ST. PAUL present modernization and
son, evening speaker Also would like to attend may con-

thanks to the visiting youths tact either Dea. Henry Jef- goal.There KELLEY PASTOR development
will be a dinner sale "Beloved, let us love one REV.

who helped to make the day s ferson, Dea. Vandell Bovan, Sunday, Aug. 4 at 1 p.m. in the another: for love is of God, M\RYAMOS, REPORTERLet's CHRIST
Sis. Willie Mae Williams Sis.
success: Barbara Sharpe, Annie church's parish hall. This is and everyone that loveth is us not forget "Love

Shipp, R achel Reeves, Mytrice Murray and Sis.Netta for the benefit of the building born of God, and knoweth God. Feast' Friday night the pastoris EPISCOPALCanon
call them at the
Marvin Brown and others. Kelly or
fund. He that'loveth not, knoweth not
church 633.7340 and asking that as many members T. T. Gibson rector
: give ,
of churchwill
The women the '
God for God is love.
Attention!! Members ;
our and officers as possibleto
them and all Antoinette Silver
present a PreWomen'sDay your name or part These verses from 1 John reporterThe
need
people
young your sup- be present.We .
of fare.Presenting. Episcopal
on the second Sunday your are part of this week's Les- Young
port in their efforts to be a wish to take this
Aug. This precedes our Filth son Sermon titled "Love' to Churchmen are planning tripto
delegate at the state Trl- to thank
opportunity our
Annual the in concert many Pirate's World on[ Friday,
Womea's: Day, se- sing- Science
be read in Christian
meeting which opens Aug. 5th friends clubs and boards for
cond Sunday in October. On the ing songs from their latest album in churches all over the world. Aug. 2. Join Hall, Edderest
Jacksonville. Please
sup- splended support given to us in
Women's the "Driving the HighwaY" Tluirstoa and Antoinette Silva
Pre- Day, women Up The Lesson-Sermon also
port .
our young people.To our Junior Miss St. Paul contest
will be in charge of both ser- (Wide River)"Thank You includes selected passages are monitors of the group who
the sick and shut-ins
: thanks to
vices. Come out and see talent Lord' God's anointed and from the Christian Science our special goes have volunteered to teach
"Christ within is
victory. Mr. for his
that has never been revealed in America's favorite spiritual textbook "Science and Health: Eugene Nottage Bible School this summer at
Macedonia before. singing family Remember you are always extra special support. Con St. Thomas Episcopal Church.
Maggie Ingramand
,
with to
welcome to the church Key Scriptures" by
friendly
There will be a Seasonal Tea the Ingramettes of Rich- Baker gratulations goes out to Mr. The sessions will l begin. on
where the spiritual action is. Miry Eddy. Misses Gloria Branham the
held 18 at the church mond with : Aug. 5-17.
on Aug. Virginia, along Among them is the follow
from 4 to 6 p.m. This tea is in Evangelist Greenwood of Chi- ing: "When we realize that new Junior Miss. St. Paul and The training for the teach-

behalf of Women's Day and is cago, Illinois, the Sons of Jericho JORDON GROVE there is one Mind, the divine Helen McNair her 1st runner ers of the course was from

being sponsored by the Sunday of Miami and Choir No. 2 law of loving our neighbor as up and Cheryl William: 2nd July 29.AugustlatSt. Thomas

School and Baptist Training of Greater New Macedonia on Rev Douglas Cook, pastor ourselves is unfolded; whereas runner up. Gloria and Helen where the group met and discussed -

Union. 15 at 8 Eddie Gilbert will leave for Jacksonville oa: techniques for teach
Thursday night, Aug. reporterThe a belief in many ruling
The church is chartering a p.m. This spectacular extra minds hinders man's normal the 4th of Aug.along with about ing. All those interested con-

bus to the Nationa 1 Baptist: vaganza will be held at Greater No.1 Choir wish to drift towards the one Mind, one 6 ot her girls and their tact Mrs. Brown at 4431228.

Convention Atlanta New Micedonia 3165 NW56th thank the choirs and friendsfor chaperon for one week Get well wishes
,Georgiain God and leads human thoughtinto are extended -
,
to make their 10th The board
September. The bus will Street, and is sponsored by helping opposite channels where J.B. Epperson to Mrs. Laura West-

leave Macedonia at 6 p.m. Fri Choir No. 2. The admission anniversary a success. Bro. selfishness reigns.A will sell dinners Sunday Aug. 4, berry, our faithful and beloved

day night bet ore,the second free. Dea. Henry Jefferson is Herman Thomas is president.The child needs selfrespectHad 1968 plan now to have a won- organist who is bedded at South
\ church will begin to derful dinner with them.
Sunday in September, and will president. how Miami Hospital.
celebrate its 11th anniversaryon you thought you can There will be a pretty cup Sincere
---- --- sympathy is ex-.
child self
Monday night, Aug. 5 at 8 give your respect, Tea at 5550 NW. 24th Ave. tended to
NEW MT. MORIAH ST MARY'S if he is to live a useful and the Alonza Culmersfor
p. m. with the following Sunday Aug. 25, sponsored by the loss of her father.
life
We have
satisfying ? ano-
churches In charge the Chairman of Women's Day.
Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastorSis. :
Rev. H. V. Stuart, ministerWe ther
radio
Evelyn Souter, reporterOur Monday night: Rev. Randon, two-part program You are invited to attend a
shall be to
prayer meeting for Re- very happy pastor of St. Matthews Free- which may help parents called tea at the :a home of Mrs.C. MT. SINAI
have back after
our pastor a
vival Services is already in much needed and rested vaca- will Baptist Church; Tuesday "Giving Children" a Basis for Carnegay 5252 N.W. 24th Rev. Albury, pastor

progress. Preaching will begin night, Rev. Sims, pastor of Self-Respect. Listen to place Sunday Aug. 4, 4-6 pm. Patricia Austin, reporterOur
tion.Sunday New Wednesday night station WMBM at 1:45: p.m.on Remember sick and Evangelistic Period
Hope
Monday night at 7:30.: We Aug. 4th will be the ; our
are cordially inviting the pub first Sunday and communion Rev. Anderson, pastor of Sunday shut-ins and say a prayer for will be held Aug. 5-16. Preparations -

llc. will be served all day and the Commnity Baptist Church; their speedy recovery that God are now being made.

The Sunday School will observe joint ushers and choirs will Thursday night, Rev. Taylor, MT. TABOR will keep them safe and that The committee is requestingall

their anniversary the all pastor of St. Luke Primitive they will grow strongerandwill members of the youth department -

fourth Sunday in this month. serve The Sunday day.School will hold Baptist Church; Friday night, Rev. James Hendon, pastor soon worship with us. to participate in the

The No. 1 Choir wish t 0 its annual Rev. Atchison, pastor of Mt. George ingraham, reporterThe drive. The pastor is looking
picnic on Saturday
Calvary Baptist Church Sun- Women's Home Mis- forward to seeing mem-
thank all choirs, male choruses 3 at ; every
Aug. Virginia Beach.
and those who were not Buses will leave the church day, 3 p.m., Rev.Hendon,pastor sionary Society would like to NEW HOPE ber respond in attendance and

able to attend, but sent dona- 7:30 of Mt. Tabor Baptist thank all membersand friends in telling others about this

a.m. Church will close out the anni- who helped to nuke its anniversary Rev. E Sims great period.
tions, all M. C. s, members, The Women's Day Com- W. pastor Everyone pre-
and those who attended and mittee will versary. The public is invited. program a success. Lorraine Fuller, reporter pare now to take a part in this
sponsor Trip Visitors arealwayswelcome The guest speaker forthatoc- Evangelistic Period.Conference .
participated to make their 14th Around the
World. Donationsare
Anniversary asuccess. to worship with us. To casion was Mrs. S.A. Thomas Revival meeting is in progress will be held

Crowned queen for raising the 100. For tickets, see any the sick: "Put your trust in of Mt. Sinai Baptist Church. this week every night, Thursday at 8 p.m. All mem-
member of the committee.We .
highest amount was Mrs. God and you shall be healed." Our Vacation Bible Schoolis Monday through Friday. Prayer bers are asked to be present.

Chance M. Collins; king, Mr. visiting were with very us Mr.happy and to Mrs.J. have. ,-_. .. --- .....-- being held through the weekof meeting begins 7:30 p.m. Why not get information first
July 29 and August 3. stu- Rev. B. L. Mack will begin
John hand Instead
Souter, runner-up, Mrs.Lula . A. Duncombe Jr. and other of second hand.Don't .
NEW PROVIDENCE dents still at 8:15.All wel-
K, Welloos.TotalamfJunt relatives and friends of Detroit may register by way preaching are forget B.T.U. and Sun-

raised: $674.00.Because and Dr. Emanuel Evans- Rev. C. J. Burney,pastor of our Sunday School or Baptist come. day School each Sunday.
Training union. Please attend Baptism service will be
of the RevivalSer- Arsula Remember to
Anfom of Ghana Africa. Edwards, reporterThe pray for our
and make this smashing suc here Saturday evening Aug. 3
vices, there will be a Joint rehearsal Let us continue to for sick and shut-in members.
pray Lord's Supper will be cess. at 8 p.m. All candidates who,
for Choirs
Nos.
l& 2. all sick and
our shut-ins.
Conference was held Tues- served this Sunday in our On Saturday, July 27, the have joined this church pre- DRAKE
Remember visitors always -
are District School and and
evening worship. Sunday viously, were baptized
day night. Visitors are always welcome to St. Mary's, The Women's Department of Baptist Training Union Con- please be present at this time. 5800 NW 2nd Avenue
welcome.
the friendly church the Seaboard Baptist Association gress held at Ft. Lauderdale, Remember all the sick and Rev J. W. Dunn, pastor
The choir rehearsal
Joint
is conducted its final session for shut-ins thebereaved The pastor wishes to thank
will be held after prayer meet- chartering a bus to the our
National Baptist Convention to the year at which Ml. Tabor'sown nation, and mankind every- all members and friends who
ing on Friday night. MT. HERMON
AM E
were present at Zion Hill on
convene in Atlanta, Ga. The. youth choir presented a where.

Opa-locka bus will leave New Providence most enchanting and extraor- last Wednesday night.

Rev. G. M. Champion, pastorIt Monday, Sept. 2 at 6 p.m. and dinary performance under the TEMPLE BAPTIST The Pastor's Aid Club Is

NEW SHILOH was Mea's Day at Mt.Her- will arrive in Atlanta, Ga. on direction of Mr. Roscoe Speed. Rev. L. A. Thompson, pastor making plans for its anniver-

f Rev. A. M. Griffin, pastor mon on Sunday, and the men Tuesday, Sept. 3 at 8:30 a.m. This youth choir are state Elsie Douglas, reporterWe sary on the third Sunday in

Cheryl English, reporterThe ; really lived up tothe theme, Anyone desirous to go may see champions in youth singing were glad to have our August. All members, pleasesee

r "Christian Men on the Move." Sis. Mary Frances White or competitions holding the state pastor worship with Sunday Sister Berry on Sunday

pastor would like to Rev. I. H. Readon, pastor of Sis. Claudia Wilson of this congress banner for excel- morning.The morning.

thank the officers and members Jordan Chapel, F. W. Baptist church. Those living in the lence in singing.The men of Temple will Richard Clements, Jr. and

for giving him such a Church preached out of his West Hollywood district may next congress next year sponsor "A Trip Around the Sister J. W. Dunn attended theS.

wonderful anniversary, which soul and his theme was"Waiting see Sis. Essie B. Johnson or will be held in West Palm Bch. World" Aug. 9th. Donation is S. and B. T. U. Congresson

ended Sunday afternoon. for Jesus." Sis. Leola McCoy. Roundtrip Our Baptist Training Union $1.00. last week. TheCongresswas

Friday night there will bea At 3 p.m. Rev. S.L.Gayand fare is $30.00.Consecration. was honored on last Sunday, The Men's Day: program held in Ft.Lauderdale and

business meeting at the his congregation worshippedwith hour of prayer to have as its guest speaker, terminates Aug. 11th. Deacon was largely attended by the

church. us. each Sunday morning at 5:00.: Mr. Burnest George of Cedar Prince Hepburn,chairman and youth of the East Coast.

The pastor will preach for At the evening service our Hill Freewill Baptist Church Deacon C. Young, with others Dinners! will be served on

both services next Sunday.No. pastor closed out with the Prayer service Tuesday at at Whiteville, North Carolina. are looking for a grand day. Saturday beginning at noon.

1 Choir and No. 2 Choir will theme;: The Roundabout Way" 7:30 p.m. All members are Please remember to pray Men see your captains. The Please help the Boy Scouts on
urged to attend. Visitors and
be in charge of singingandthe under the leadership of our for and visit our sickand shut- women will bring up the rear. their project. '

No. 1 Ushers' Board will be on chairman, Bro. Robert Johnson friends are welcome. in members, and also our bereaved Let's remember to pray for Don't forget the sick, Dea-

the floor. and our co-chairma i, Bro. Continue in prayer for our families the sick and shut-ins. con Green, Sister N. Grant,

Let us not forget visit and Herbert Smith. We raised sick, shut-ins and those who Bible Study is held each Fri- Sister Annie Matthews is in Sister R. Grant, Sister Rawls,

pray for the slckandshut-ins. $4,629.09. are bereaved. day evening at 8:00. Jackson Memorial Hospital. and Sister D. Brown Please

visit and pray for them.
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ST. MATTHEWS Third National r. Take -<
Wonder To .
FELLOWSHIPRev. Rev. A. Randall, pastor Boy Pulpit

P. S. Brown, pastor: Annie Vassar, reporterThe Chataugua At 0

M. L. Nixon, reporterThe church and pastor will This Sunday i

Mile Chorus is askedto be the guest at Jordan Grove Triumph ChurchOn

please appear at places Missionary! Baptist .
Church. 1:1: .. Rev. Masters was here two
where they are invited. Mry The music will be furnished by Monday, July 22, the :/
Isabelle Blue will practice you the Male Cl1o'.r ani Ushers' opening day of the convention, .f ; with years his ago soul and stirred the city

at 1740 NW 65th St. for all oacasions. :- Board No. 2. This event will services were called to order stirring message
He is of the and
one greatest
take place on Monday after the by the National Superintendent t 1
Tae\ pastor wishes to thank first Sunday in August. of the School of Wisdom, II I youngest ministers of this day
I and age. He has appeared on
you for the splendid report o? The No. 1 ushers' board is Rev. Dennis Daniels. Sister the Art Linkletter's I
Sadie Mae from Miami House
activities. having its Murray
your group anniversary on the
Party four times
as special 1
Tiie B T U. under the super second Sunday in next month was made National Secretaryof I
the School fo Wisdom. The guest artist He has evangelized
vision of Sister Maggie Scott All members are asked to I j0
members need to learn fellow.. In 40 states. He Is
Sister Anna Jackson is como out and
and support them.
ship and they also need to become . now a senior In High School and
The
having a surprise educational Mission Department of better acquaintedwith plans to further his education .

program each Sunday from the District Union will be the church, so when a 11 in the field of Theology. There '
5:45: to 6:45. All youths and as in Coconut' Grove as Jordan child asks a question, they'll i will be no charges, butbringa

many adults as possible please Grove Chapel. The address is know the answer. While in donation to help foster the
plan to attend some if not all 3415 Grand Avenje: Rev I. H school, someone asked why did : cause of God's program. When

of these programs:, Tomlin will deliver the message they kill Mo rtin Luther King? ,.
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The National Baptist Con- Answer: National: Superintendent '
veation: will be held Atlanta, Each member is asked to : "King was a Moses for Come early and get a seat

Ga. beginning Sept. 3rd. Beginnow pay $15 on Women's Day,heldon the Black man". The messagewas and be spiritually blessed.And
to nuke your plans to at- the second Sunday In Sept brought forth by Prince Rev Thomas Misters: 15 hear this gospel singer and

tend. The pastor is asking you Revival meeting will b e g i n W. J. Roberts of Miami and year old Wonder Boy Preacherand preacher.His .

to please; attend your auxiliary Monday night after the second he talked on''characterbuild- ordained evangelist from
meetings. Sunday in next month. Oar ing." The superintendent of Pasadena, California will be Theme will be "fm

Visit, lend a hand and pray evangelist is The Rev. K. E. the year was Prince R.L Williams speaking this Sunday Aug. 3 going to Move Up a Little
for the sick and those less for- Rogers of South Miami. from the state of Fla. at the Northwestern High Higher" It will be demonstrated Wait

tunate than you. Pease don't forget to pray The convention session con- School located at 7007 NW 12th from a six foot step-

for the sickand bereaved families vened July 22 through 28. Ave. at 3:30 p.m. ladder.

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FRIENDSHIPRev.

CORINTH Model Cities Director On "Our Bog"

J. E Jenkins, pastor:
Rev. M Paschal,acting pastor Gordon Johnson,Director of the citizens residing in the way, on the south by the Air- FRESHCOM
Ruby Lee Carr his, reporterOur father and Sis Nina Morrow, reporter the Model Cities program,will area contracted with the fed- port Expressway, on the north

pastor, Rev W. T. Thomas,former be a special guest of the Dade eral government, for massive by 79th Street and on the west
and brother Steve left
mother pastor of Corinth is in Jack- County Youth Opportunity rehabilitation by Hialeah city limits.
for Washington Saturday for son Memo:rial hospital seri- Channel 2 program, "It's Our The next Housing Hang Up"

Walter Reid Hospital to be at ous condition i room fi246.' Bag' Friday, August 2, 7:00-: To be Interviewed by "It's program on "It's Our Bag,"
the bedside of his brother who Deacon R. Torrence is also 7:30 p.m. Our Bag" hostess Sylvia the nightly feature (7:007:30p.m. :

will undergo heart surgery.We there. They ask your prayers Rolle, Mr. Johnson will explain ., Channel 2, 1030-11:00:
are praying that they will Sis. Bernice Ector, a mem- Model Cities' board mem- the program and the P.m., WMBM Radio) will be
have a safe trip and that his of Choir No 1 has arrived bers election will be held Aug. election in detail for the bene- broadcast Friday, August 16

brother's operation will be a home safely from vacationing 4. As stipulated In the Model fit of residents In the model and will feature Bernard Dyer,

complete success. We expectour throughout the state of Geor- Cities' contract, planningmust city area, bounded on the east Executive Director of the Lib-
pastor back for servicesnext be the responsibility of by the North South
gia and visiting here with the Express- erty City Community Council.
Sunday Ector family. Another visitorto
Deacon James Ross, Supt.
is Master Kenneth
our city
of the Sunday School has made
plans to give our youth a pic- Marshall of the Chapel Hill Most Negroes Think
Baptist Church, Griffin, Goa.:
nic and it will be held on Sat-
We hope that he enjoys his stay
urday, August 10th at Virginia

Beach. here. Civil Disorders JustifiedWASHINGTONA
Ware grateful to our associate -

ministers for rendering THANK YOU"I
services in the absence of our ma- Bureau of Applied Research' the country Indicate that
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pastor. was sick and Ye visited jority of ghetto e s i d e n t s in Rejecting previous beliefs Negroes do not feel clearly one r

;..;;; Our get well wishes to all me." major riot-torn cities believedthe that the riots involved mostly way or another about the ,

who are ill. Come to church Words are inadequate to express civil disorders in their "riffraff and "outsiders," rioting i but are ambivalent, i

and have your faith lifted. my appreciation to my areas were justified and about the independent new reports while most of them disapproveof
numerous friends all over one fifth of the population the conclude "our findings for six the v i o 1 e n c e, they,never-

Florida and the adjoining areas participated in the outbreaks cities that experience rioting theless, feel that the riots

ZION HOPERev. states for cards, letters, and according to three supplemental in 1967 shows, however, that have beneficial consquences
telegrams during my recent studies for the ,about 18 percent of the by Increasing white society's
Paul Freeman, pastor Negro residents in to the !
illness. When there seems to National Advisor yC 0 m- the riot concern Improve
Bessie Williams, reporterThe be little or no hope. To the mission on Civil Disorders areas, on the average, par Negroe's conditions"
No. 1 Ushers' Board Is pastor: officers and the en- released today. ticipated in the disorders. Although more supplemental

working; very diligently towards tire family of Ml. Zion Baptist The two surveys of Negro The final study, "Who reports may be issued, the
:: their anniversary, Riots?' concluded that "our Commission's basic reportwas
C h u r c h, to the various and white attitudes in 15
which will be held on the fourth review of released last March 1 and
pastors and churches who American cities and a study of a number' of surveys ,
Sunday evening in this moith. visited me and saw fit to offer participants in the 1967 disorders and polls taken recently In the group's term ends July 29,

They are sponsoring a car special prayers.To in six cities verified black communities throughout Ginsberg said.
wash at the
all day Saturday
the J Judges and entire the orginial conclusion of the
church. The public is invitedto staff of Juvenile and Domestic Commission that "white I
bring their cars by and have Relations Court. racism" was the basic cause < :{ .: '. :H1ag'sy'

them washed of the riots, David Ginsburg, I
The Mile: Chorus will sell To my neighbors of NW 68th executive director of the body A
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Street who were so kind and
barbecue 3 all
Saturday, Aug. said in releasing the studies.
day at the church. While you faithful, to the cardiologistsand The three reports published tc't
staff of Mt. Sinai Hospitaland
are having car washed,
your together In a single volume
to all who contributed in
enjoy a delicious sandwich. wore prepared by the Survey t4
The beautiful bou-
Bible class willstartat7:30 any way.
Research Center of the
Friday night at the church.All quets and financial cont.ributions University of Michigan;the : :
be
will never forgotten.
of you who wish to learn about Department of Socia lRe-
the Bible, and those of you who Through the mercy of God, lations at Johns Hopkins Uni- '
would like to learn more about I'm recovering. May He bless versity and the Massachusetts

the Bible, are asked to com you. Institute of Technology and


out.j Don't forget the sick and Gratefully, LA
Marie M White
shut-ins the bereaved
and MT. CARMEL I9sst
families in your prayers. We

were very glad Sunday to see NEW BETHLEHEM Rev. D. A. Bradley,pastor

so many of our sick members Louise McGriff, reporter
in church. Visitors are Rev. C. H. Smith, pastor: Our Revival will begin on

always welcome Minnie Hunter, reporterIt Monday night. You are invitedto
Is a pleasure to have you come and join us. Preach

worship with us; therefore, ing will begin on Monday night
we urge you to keep up the good after the second Sunday, with
FIRST EMANUEL M.B. work. Rev. EverettfromFt.Laud- M
Let us continue to pray that
erdale delivering theme
Rev. J. E, Wright, pastor the sick may soon recover. f 7tltCHRISTIAN

You are Invited to attend sage. . ..
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worship service with us every
TOM WEDDING PARTY'Pictured
and who helped themto THUMB
MT.CALVARYR03V.
everyone
first and third Sundays in each
have a great anniversary, above are members of the Tom Thumb Wedding
month at the YMCA 5770 NW
S. Atchison, pastor
15th Party which was held at Mt. Calvary Baptist Church. Shownare
Avenue.
Holy communion will be delivered 'The Phyllis Sunday Beal School, reporter and BT'J FISH FRY : Felicia Miller, bride; Ronnie C. Green, groom; Sherr

this night. Com All! Lundy, Valerie Baker and Raphael Perkins.
Sunday need the support of all the Com one ?
There will be a dinner sale adults and all children interested There's going to be another Participants not shown are: Ezekial Bonner, Kathleen Evans,

at the homE of Sister McNeal, Fish Fry, Saturday night at the Valerie Evans, Gregory Byrd, Cathy and Winifred Spann, Mal-

NW 43rd St. and 3rd Ave. on Please pray for the sickand horn*. 3: Mr. & Mrs). Willie colm and Vannessa Taylor, Gregory Colen, Delores O'Neal, I

Saturday, Aug. 3. the shut-ins. Mi. and Mrs N-jrnua, 2955: N.W. 50th S:., Milinda, Ava and Joe Jones, Carl and CarlaBowens, Michael
Let us remember the sick Rock Glenn are still ill at their for the benefit ot Mea'sDayat Green, Cecilia Stewart, Charles Green, Faye Thompson, Da-

and shut-ins in prayer. horn, Ebenezer Methodist Church- lores Sands, Valerie and Darius Hearn.


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Jury Deadlocked in Mississippi


.V Murder Trial;

POET'SCORNER -
Hattiesburg Missmis" Wilson's release on bond. A the fourth to be tried amongthe
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trial was declared Sunday bearing has been set on ,
two resulted convictions and
in the murder trial Charles: request.
By GENE GRIENER a businessman and life sentences while the other
C Wilson, 36 of Laurel, Dahmer,
.i worker died Jan. ended in a mistrial due to a
_-_ HHU_____-_-------_-______-__________HU charged in the 19 66 firebombing civil rights In
death Negro leader Ver- 10, 1966, after his borne hung Jury.
"THE,NOT SO MIGHTY FLORAL FAVORSA non Dahmer. Hattiesburg was shot Into and
KNIGHT" ( Breevee) Forrest County Circuit burned. The state described it The state's key witness in
WHITE
each of the trials Billy Roy
,
Judge Stanton Hall ruled a as a Ku Klux Klan plot.
trial after the Eight alleged Klansmenwere Putts of Laurel,pleaded guiltyto
-Willard J. Butler n Pansy, Jury reportedit
murder in the case and was
murder in
The White Knight was very famojs, Tanzy, : ,', was hopelessly deadlockedwith charged with
He's ridden through all history; Hollyhocks, \\n : nine for conviction and the case. Wilson was among sentenced to life.

Waving his mighty lance to tame us, Lazy iJ I! d- three for acquittal. The case
Within the pits of poverty. Daisy, went to the Jury Saturday.
Flax and phlox, Defense attorneys said they Open 7 Days-8 A.M. to 10 P.M..

He's ridden by your shack and mine, would ask the court to allow The Best For Less At
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Assuring us he'll nuke us fair; Measure
He even made bleaching cream for our faces, PleasureFor
And 'Silky Straight' for our hair. the bees.
CatchingMatching Hey Gang!

, He's passed beautiful laws for our welfare,
Even waivered his 'Zoning Code' some; Petals please. IF YOUR AUTO-
While he paid countless dollars for housing,
BODY IS NOT BE-
ChristensenULTRAMICROSCOPIC
Gave us an economical slum. Craig
1 COMING, THEN YOU

He's taught us all the great events, OUGHT TO BE COM
Any black boy needs to know;
Of Balboa, Do Leon and Lincoln, Here is a world NG TO US TODAY.THAT'S .
And even of Cuba's Castro. Beyond our giant forms--
Tiny genes, bacteria, enzymes,
He's spoke of 'Tea Parties' in Boston, Multiple cloudy storms,
And how Franklin flew his KITE; Around us everywhere.The .
And left no questions in our minds, microscopic skies unfurled Bob Demps
Of the,'GREAT Napoleon's might.; Through Instrumental powers
Display the roots of life and dreams; w

He's taught a vast number of OUTSTANDING And few of us become aware Auto
things, Of what lives out the breathless hours OVER 40,600 CARS SOLD

To BLACK 'BOYS' like you and me; Meaning much, so very much
You mustn't forget these famous words, Beyond our sound and touch. Body Most Recent Survey
"Dad, I chopped dow the CHERRY TREE."
Daniel Smythe

He even ,went on to record these things, ServicingBODY Shows 51 % Repeat
And teach them in his schools; HAYING TIME

At that very instant Black brothers and sistersthe And Referral BusinessMUNICIPAL
WHITE KNIGHT BLEW HIS COOL. Wild roses, bluebells- WELDING
buttercups, sweet peas, SIMONIZING
The BLACK KNIGHTS examined the records, pansies and daisies AUTO SALIS AND SERVICIFLORIDA'S
bowing in the breeze STEAM' ENGINE
And used them as evidence; ; .
Against the POOR, SCHEMING, OLD White forget-me-not and heather SHAMPOO
Knight, perfuming the day, COMPLETE CAR
Who thought the BLACK KNIGHT had no sense. returning fortnight later-- AUTOMOBILESUPERMARKET
scent of newmown hay! CONDITIONINGANDDEORDORIZING

He provoked the BRAVE, MIGHTY BLACK !
h KNIGHT, Magny Landstad Jensen

And'RUNNETH OVER"HIS CUP; w,.' Costa Mesa" *California.ta.HOUSEWIFELY OUR.REAL SPECIALITY! : f "AS'ADVERTISED- CN TELEVISION! ..:
-. ? THI CAR TOO IUT TODAY :'lit
By :'still :trying to wash .after: 400 years, UNDERCOATINGTHE YOU
ORIVf HOMI TODAY
Now he's finally 'WASHED HIMSELF UP1!!" COMPLEX ,IMMEDIATE DILIVIRY1!
: MAN TO SEE IS

w (Washing refers to,bra In.washing). We've dined on leaden, tasteless cake 500 CARS!
,. M whose makers brag, "I always bake BOB
all mine from scratch." THE PRICE SO LOWA
TO MY WIFE PART IV 15 YEARS-SAME LOCATION!

For pre-mixed ones, feast for the eyes, ROB!!
More than most men, perhapsI COUmOUI U3 14LISMIM TO SIMVI YOU
most hostesses
apologize.
ALWAYS H0NDREDS OF 1955's
for heirs to bear name
begged my They're good, but natch. 4060 NW THRU 1968's TO CHOOSE FROM
Now I have Imee, Bongbong, and Irene YHI NOME OF THE OIIOINAL 100% CUABANTII..
children of whom I am so proud.
Vivian M. Meyer

And for all of this, all you asked 37th Avenue MUNICIPAL AUTO
tender word soft
was a a caress
and even this, my careless mind SAtES A SERVICE

often forgets. THE VOLUNTEER Miami, Fla.

How can I thank you? T RUSTWORTHY
3061 N.W. 36th St.
how shall I say "I worship you?' HELPFUL Phone
fourteen times a thousand cannot conveythe FFICIENTV ECONOMY CORNER-31H t N.W. 36th STREET
depth of my love for you. IGILANT 1.00 k.M. TO 10 P.M.
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So today I write you of my love so the ABOURING
prying eyes NDERSTANDING
of time may know of this secret NOBLE
that if as they say you have been a ALENTED
Galatea to my Pygmalionmore NCOURAGING

than I been a Theseus to your Ariadne. NDURING ESPECTFUL The Mini-Brute presentsthe


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Spearing ......." Looking theSPORTS

National Personnel


Pr 0 i 1".r j ..J f' it Relations ManagerDETROIT .

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Piston and Syracuse National "
BY HARRY SPEAR
.. basketball star, and assistant Over 1t
Piston coach Earl F. Lloyd has BY LEO ARMBRISTER '

BOWLING UNITES THE AMERICAS. . been appointed National personnel .

Relation Manager for BOWL RS'KEEPING SHARP WITH SUMMER
The Sixth Annual Bowling Tournament of the Americas just Dodge Car and Truck Division, 18

concluded saw 70 championship keglers from 20 nations dis- Chrysler Motors Corporation.: BOWLING
playing fine form and setting several tourney records.But the
big winners were the City of Miami and Metropolitan Dade In this position Lloyd is responsible practice makes perfect and this maxim is the foreword fora

County, who sponsor the event. They will be the beneficiariesof for recruiting for dozen and a half bowlers, who faithfully gather at the Clover
the international goodwill that enamated from (the tourna- Dodge, and will assist Dodge Leaf Lanes each Thursday night to iron out their discrepanciesin

ment when bowlers from Argentina, for example, learned to dealers in recruitment,train- bowling and generally get sharp for the upcoming 1969.70

I understand bowlers from Canada, and Panamanians, as another ing and employment pro- winter bowling season.

example, socialized with Bermudans. The sport certainly was grams.

r the great leveler and the many social activities that thrust Lloyd holds a Bachelor of The results of their patience are vividly seen in the upsurge

people of diverse cultures together reflects on the Miaml-Mje- science State degree from West : of their individual averages every week.
tro Department of Publicity and Tourism, which did a great Virginia College.
job in creating and running the tourney. Several years ago he worked PERSONNEL RELATIONSad
for Dodge as coordinator of The perservering msn who got together and organized the
Your columnist has seen every one of the tournaments and Scratch are A. Daniels Willie Jones,Cleve
employee service commentator on radio and Freeway League : ,
,he must commend the city and county for this fine event. programs.
ra From 19 66 to 19 58,he worked telecasts of basketball events. Alexander, Robert Goins, Amos Walker,Sam Benjamin, Leroy
To start the tournament off, there was an impressive open- for the Converse Rubber The LloydsVirginiaKeeae) Daniels, Walter Daniels, Ernest Baker, David Hall, Johnnie
Ing ceremony atCloverleafLanesthatsawtheforeign and USA Robinson Eddie Lindell Williams: I. C. Williams George
Company as a sales and promotion and their two sons, Keaneth,9, Way, ,
contestants march out with their flags. And to top it off, the
Walker Dave Daniels and Leo Arnrtrister.They .
representative.Lloyd and Kevin 7 reside at 16661 John Cromply,
,
first ball was rolled out by Miami Mayor Steve Clark and, like
is also wall known as LaSalle Boulevard, Detroit.
the champion he is, Hizzoner scored a strike. all seem gratified with the practice and really do enjoythe

fun.

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Kit'!. :, iNN t.i&Qe CLUB NEGRO SPORT GAINS NOT VOID OF-

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. iE ri &ilNJ: T tIf 1 F MtN1 t no other area in COMPLAINTSIn this country! has the Negro made such
1 t td tr
r has in
progress as he professional sports.
Not even in the entertainmwit world, which hollers loud of

9 its non-bigotous attitudes, has there been the gains that Ne-
groes have made in sports.

There is no hesitancy in noting that the most substantial gains
k have been down the financial avenues.

Since Jackie Robinson first kicked down the doors in 1947,

the Negro athlete has come on to assume an impressive role

r in sports. The survival of football, baseball and basketball

would be in grave danger were the Negro to suddenly disap-

pear from these sports. The performance chart would cer-
tainly take a big dip.

The biggest team from the smallest country stole the show Black athletes, such as Willie Mays baseball,Gale Sayersof

the last day. From Bermuda, Cracker Wilson, captain of the football, and Wilt Chamberlain of basketball are not only

team, with one eye and a deformed! left hand, minus some fin- t dominant figures in their ball parks, but also are among the'

gers, bowled a 289 game, the highest score ever in the six most highly paid performers in their field.

b tournaments of the Americas and Roesheene Samuels bowleda The richest field a Negro can Inspire to enter is no doubt

257 game, 3rd highest for the women, 259 is the highest.. sports.

t Despite all this there is a growing undercurrent of unrest
among Negro athletes which has been rumbling for sometime
CURRY IN ALL-STAR GAME SATURDAYThere
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will be some pressure on Craig Curry when! he takes has seemingly benefitted so muh from a profession in anyway

I. over the quarterbacking job for the South in the All-Star foot- hold any kind of resentment against it. But the fact is, that

ball game at Gainesville Saturday night.After all the publicity AND AWAY WE GOLF discrimination even in its most subtle disguise does exist and

centered on the Coral Gables star it is only natural that the black athletes are weary of it.'
The three ladies
comely pictured here have just
coaches and scouts at Florida Field will watch Craig to see competed There Is some discontent in financial matters,but the crustof
in the the sixth annual Pepsi-Cola International Golf Tourna-
just what Miami will miss and what Minnesota will gain. Of the whole disgruntling is in the same social problems that
ment held this In Freeport Grand Bahamas 2-9
year July
course, one game does not tell the tale. Curry, regardless of have caused the unrest in the streets.
and each winner.
was a
his play Saturday, is a great high schooF*quarterback and This could be distinguished from the tone of a coach's voiceto
Pictured left to right are Mrs. Winnie Stanford of Phila-
chances are he will fulfill all the promise that is in him. his inference that an athlete is sub par intellectually. The
delphia pa. who won second place in the 1st Flight with a 224
Playing! with Craig will be teammates Bruce Berger, all- Negro athlete notices that regardless of his ability he never
State tackle, and Mark Fellik, star linebacker. carding, Mrs. Marguerite Singfield, Yonkers, N. Y., winner of gets a thinking man's Job on the team-he feels wonted: only for
I. A late addition to the squad is James Black of Mays High, the First Flight with a 223 score and,right, Mrs. Myrtle Hud- his body; but not his brain.
gins grand winner of the
Championship Flight who came in
190-pound end. He replaces Calvin Triplett of Winter Haven. The Negro has made several gestures that could well be
with a 204 score. Mrs. Hudgins, who comes from New York
warning signals to the powers that be.There has been no out-
City, is the wife William Hudgins, President of the FreedomNational I
MIAMI MARLINS RED HOT Bank in New York. right rebellion; but it is high time that the Negro athlete enjoy
the dignity that his paycheck affords.
Approximately 50 women from 31 states in the
Up to the writing of my column, the Marlins have played 13 competed
three flight 36-hole tournament It held at the
was Inn
King's
doubleheaders of which
they have won 7, lost 3 and split 3. Notr
r bad & Golf Club and was played on both the Emerald and Ruby
average.Harry Malmberg, manager,was a little worried
of the
with the task his pitchers were facing. So far, everything has courses Inn.
turned out excellent. The Marlins are leading the eastern division Trophies, presented by Pepsi-Cola Company, were gfvenat

by five full games. Here are some of the leading pitchers the formal awards banquet on July 7th. a glorious holiday in

records: Tony Sebastian 9-7, Jeff Williamson 6-4,John Hilts,'

a newcomer 2-0, Vaughn Kovach 5-2, Tom Walker 5-2, Mike
Herson, another new face 3-1, relief pitcher Jose Geigel 2-1-- FIVE RATTLERS,RELEASED

a by the way, Jose is batting.667. Five former Florida A&M players were among 17 mea cut

Here are some of the leading hitters; Bill Ray 302; Larry by the Kansas City Chiefs, leaving 68 players in camp. The ex- nassaufrlIOIOII

r Johnson,292; ; Stan Martin.281Stan; is the most improved player. Rattlers released:! were quarterback Elroy Morand, split end

. He has everything to make a good player and he is one of John Rolle, linebacker Rudolph Sims,linebacker Richard Ford
.the youngest on the team. LewBeasley.279.Without exaggera- and guard Sharon Stallworth. as
\...tlon,this Marlin team has more versatility than any other Marlin -f' c
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team I have seen at the Stadium. I can go on mentioning DOLPHINS OPEN AGAINST BILLS AUG. 11 ,
names of the players who do this and that, yet on a whole, they
are, all playing heads up ball. I don't wish to credit one more: The Dolphins open their pre-season schedule on Sunday _

than the other.It takes the null to mate a ball club. Let's hope afternoon, August 11, meeting the Buffalo Bills, in Rochester, -." VI" 4;. I, per person
they keep this up.I N. Y. Then they make their 1968 Orange Bowl debut when they 1"S,< (: dell I' occupancy
1
May to Dec. 1SI
receive letters asking me why do I keep praising them entertain the Philadelphia Eagles, on Saturday evening, Aug. ,I rj

.f when they are losing. Here is the answer;There is nothing in 17. The Eagles are one of the three National Football League ".}. ". f FULL INCLUDING COURSE DELICIOUS BREAKFASTS GOURMET and DINNERS MEALS
,
when their teams that will be appearing in the Orange Bowl. The Johnny] "
) .encouraging players they are starting on professional -
I :' .* career. U some of the grandstand managers used the Unitas-directed Baltimore Colts will be in Miami, Saturday ( ::) LOOK AT THESE FABULOUS FEATURESI!

, same idea, it wOllldn'tbesobad.Someofthem, expect wondersfrom night, August 31, and the Atlanta Falcons, on Saturday even- J BEAUTIFUL WIDE SANDY BEACH ONLY ONE
.. h.. "P, BLOCK FROM FAMOUS BAY STREET SHOPPING
the players. This week's schedule; Thurs., Aug. 1-Mar- ing, Sept. 7. Completing, the preseason: schedule will be a f \...., NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENT LARGE CIRCULAR
Hits vs. Cocoa; Sat., Aug. 3-Marlins vs. W. P. Beach. This, game with the Boston Patriots, at the Gator Bowl, in Jacksonville :r SUPER3 POOL U FREE CUISINE CHAISE LOUNGE POOLSIDE

: will be Pony Night. A pony will be given away and also other Fla., on Friday night, August 23. r'? CHEFS NO ROOM PREPARED CHARGE FOR BY EUROPEAN CHILDREN

door prizes, Hope to see you all there. The Dolphins then open their regular season slate with three .'-wI'. UNDER 12 IN SAME ROOM WITH PARENTS
successive Saturday night appearances at home In the OrangeBowl.


ALL STAR WILL TRY TO STOP PACKERS Dolphin. fans will see the very best at the start of the season. ANCHORAGE

The opener, on Saturday evening, Sept. 14, will be against the
Coach Norm Van Brocklin, the chief mentor of the College Houston Oilers, Eastern Divison titlists last year.The seconds

All-Stars, who is seeking to end the streak the Puckers ar game, on Saturday night, Sept. 21 will be against the 1967 AFL Nassau's Friendliest Downtown Hotel on the Beach

currently holding over the All-Stars, excluded several training champions, the Oakland Raiders. And then on Saturday evening SM your TRAVEL AGENT or ull our

., I, drills which up to now seem so pertinent to the team. Sept. 28, one of powerhouses of the league, the Kansas City reprwnUtivt HETLANO STEVENS. INC.
One exclusion is the team's appearance for turf practice at t Chiefs, will coma to Miami. (It is interesting and important MIAMI 379.7691
Soldier's field; for manyoftheAH-Starsthiswill be their first t that this Ul be the only gam i all season between the Dolphinsand See Mr. North of. North's Travel Bureau.

,j j glimpse of the tremendous stadium. Oakland, and the Dolphins and Kansas City).


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Outlines Broad <:




Plan For Black
Businesses _______ ___ _u____
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WASHINGTON, D. C.-Ina Ing "black LOUNGES ACCOUNTANTSE.
DRESS SHOPS
capitalism'
with farmer to stop far ming his
major policy statemeit, Vice ". . little EARL'S ZEBRA LOUNGE
or no government land it isn't' PATRICIA'S INC. .
0. CULMER
buying somebody 4400 NW 7th Avenue
Hubert H. Hum
president "
money, Humphrey said off to help start a businessthat 5843 NW 17th Avenue Earl! Edwards, Prop.SHADDIE'S Public Accountant
has proposed an extensive 6963515LORY'S
-
phrey bluntly -this Is double talk. will employ the people who Income Tax NoturyPhones
plan to davelopblack TAV
ERN
new "Of course, It will take used to work for that farm." FASHION SHOPS 6800 NW 15th Avenue 633.3735
entrepreneurship through money," the Vice President the Vice President said. 6112 NW 7th Avenue Live Entertainment Weekends 5264 N W 24th AvenueS.
providing capital, training and said. "Talking about black Martin W. Smith
Emphasizing that he led the
new nurkets. capitial is L. McNEAL
just
kiting political l
checks. fight for civil rights, fair employment FUNERAL HOMES UPHOLSTERYAL'S Bookkeeping & Tax Service
The Vice President's 3&- practices and equal UPHOLSTERY 1730 NW 57th Street
"But a country that subsi- RAHMINGS EVERGREEN 5509 NW 7th Avenue 691.2114
page proposal elaborated on dizes multi-million opportunity, the Vice Presi- MORTUARY 759.8907
his plans for fostering black dollar dent said, "equal opportunity 5253 NW 7th Avenue
entrepreneurship, first announced corporations to explore outer- to work for somebody else is 754-0681 or 754.0682
in a Detroit speech on space won't be 'buying off the only part of it. The rest of it REALTORS PWu FLORIST
14 and again in a June 10 Negro' if it grub-stakes his is equal opportunity for black MANKER-MILION BROWN.REALTY
May 4740 NW 7th
6701 NW 15th Avenue Avenue PIortd'"ar
setting
a business .
up in the in- Americans to )[taml
their
Cleveland speech in which he own own 691.9151 754.0655
spelled out Marshall Plan' nercity."If businesses. I want to lead this
it makes sense to pay a fight too." LAUNDRY &
,
for rebuilding America'scities.
SAVE UP TO 40%
CLEANING
WILLIAMS' ON 4340 N. W. 7th Avtftg
Humphrey said his 17-point TAILORS & CLEANERS Auto InsuranceLiability u..d, ,1.,14.
was developed after 1 Day Service Alterations i
program 4842 NW 27th Avenue
several nunths of study, fol- Phone 634.9251 Physical 't ; ....'

lowing a series otinteragency DamageSR .tfT.i1'
meetings on the subject of AUTO REPAIR 22 Filing I
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Minority Entrepreneurship. EDW BRYANT'S Mo One Refused

The Vice President, said,-l GARAGE GOOD DRIVERS

will propose, if I am elected 4382 NW 32nd Avenue No. Finance Chargeas
President, the legislation and 635-4210 little as

appropriations necessary to w. 0. n..p
permit the maximum practic- ISOOM' WE WIRE FLOWERS

able investment in private minority WINDOW REPAIRHENRY'S AT SHE LL'S CITY ANfWHERE}

exterprise. rr (South Door) ft.tO M"-.....
WINDOW SERVICE
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"More, specifically, I propose i_ t Install, Repair Windows, PLAZA INSURANCE Cod 305
the development of an integrated Operators, Screen, Glass
program for inert Licensed, Free Estimates AGENCY 754-8061

i t y entrepreneurship which ,' 635-9869 Phone:754-4951

makes provision for the three 7''t.. ) > 5941 NW 7th Avenue 7 84371AUTO
basic elements of business s
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success: capital, training,and ,
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markets." fIOIa'ftftI
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In addition to his outlininghis ," 1iUYEL 4UHU
previously announced proposal .: t' .\', >':!1 1II' SR-22 Filing
"Your Neighborhood Travel
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for a National Urban De- \ ;,. Don't be fooled bylaw down payments for applicationswhich
velopment Bank to aid ghetto t 4 \ : Agents"At do not give you insurance coverage. We have
ond take prideIn
been in business for two generations
redevelopment, Hum ph r e y \ n.ar to you as your servicing our customers with honest explanationsand
also called for: telephone.. Give us a call. honest answers. We Insure you with companiesthat
the establishment of a National \ . ) We deliver. 1104 NW 3rd give you the lowest possible rates.
:.I ; Ave. FR 9-6451. Chas. C. MONTHLY PAYMENTS
Committee on Minority LOW
North,
Manager.
Business to promote the Among recent vacationers at Nassau's luxuriousSheratonBritish i). GOODMAN & SONS .
2633 NW 62n d ST. t'
OX I 1-03'10
growth of black and other mi- Colonial Hotel were Mr. and Mrs.

nority businesses tokeeppacewith Casta Mills of 1148 NW 58th Terrace The Mills

area the rebirth of metropolitan enjoyed a week's vacation in the fabulous resort SfAKf WORK TODAYJf

'* expansion; of Federal programs capital. KING THE TAILOR

to provide loans and
"The Pants King"
technical
assistance and WANTED
training to black businessmen;
expansion of Federalprograms Rtiponsible party to make I paymtnti of S9.00 or $68.20 t, 6129 NW 7th Ave.
cosh on a lote modtl.
to assist private firmsin SINGER TOUCH & SEW Sewing Machine
creating inner-city subsi- ZIG-ZAG included 111 Pants Made to Measure k- Any Style
diaries, plus tax incentives for Originally told for S182.40. Hot automatic bobbin winder From
$19.95
inner-city twin needle ... Monogram & dt.igni. Call mgr. anytime. :
redevelopment; WILL GUARANTEE R 9-8'W," Fast Service Perfect Fit Guaranteed
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more programs to help 685. WE WILL DELIVERJack's t
provide federal contracts to Thousandsof Patterns for Your Approval

minority business firms. .1

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Vice President Humphreysaid

his plan will require mas- MEN'S, WEARSEE "Since 1949" COLOR AND BLACK & )WHTE TV SERVICE
sive Federal aid,as well as tax THE THERESA FLORIST

Incentives for private invest- "MR. JACK" 5841 NW 17th Avenue STEREO. RADIO ?.TAPE RECORDER
ment.
FOR Expert Funeral Designs
Referring specifically to STYLES FOR/ALL AGES THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL VET TV

another Presidential candi- The Very Latest in Men's Fashions
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Wilkins' Announces NO QUALIFYING

ii1ra ((1)) 4001 NW 19th Avenue 3 bedroom, 2

Program To Aid bath, CBS.

((2)) 1872 NW 71st St. 2 bedroom, CBS.


i Housing 'In Ghettos l < "','' /+.,,,...-:.-,'- i I:!"" ,t" ((3)) 7420 NW 17th Court 2 bedroom, CBS.

>. ....... ; A" "
,( "I t \ j., ,:' ., ,' ((4)) 4138 NW 23rd Ave. 2 Homes. lot.
r NEW YORK.- Roy Wilktas lem of the American Life : -
NAACP executive director,oa Convention and the Life Insur- lIREGINALD{ li" ; ',:r't'"L 2/1 Fla CBS.
94th St. ,
NW -
July 18,announced two NAACP ance Association of America.Mr. ' l1 i ',t/ '::;, ((5)) 1786

urban housing programs aim- Morris is serving as a ) : .:, '

: ed at "Helping I pump money coordinator between the com- ___-"" " J.c.-' .j /,,: .\... .-'..:....-... __ ;\tA--.:, I ((6)) 1890 NW 50th St. 2/1 2 porches.
f" into Negro businesses and mittee and the Negro organizations -
providing services that ghetto ,which include the National ROLLE CORY JILES ((7)) 2973 NW 61st St. 2/2 Flo.

people can see." Banking Association: ,
Among recent graduates of Small Frye Little Red School-
One program would establish the National Association of FOR CIIURCH USE
house were Reginald Rolle and Cory Jiles, secondnonor stu-
"UrbanHousingCenters"in Real Estate Brokers and the
3110 NW 55th Street
dents. This was the first graduation execise for Small Frye
ghetto stores to systematically United Mortgage Bankers of
Little Red Schoolhouse. T,500 selling price, $2500 dep,
channel the needs of Amrica. These financial as-
$ Diplomas were presented by George R William;, D C.T. balance with
h area residents to public agencies sociatiois: repressing som owner carries
coordinator at
Carver Jr. High School.
; on matters ranging from 60 business firms cover at small monthly payments
Other graduates were Angela MCoy:: first honor student;
rat infestation least
to legal assistance 90p-3r cent ofthenatlonllNegrocontrolled
Lisa Bendross, Browns Johnson and Darryl Hunter.
" The other program is savings and OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
;: already helping Negro bankers loan associations, banks and

a and brokers increase their mortgage firms. Located in 21 BY OWNER FORD REALISING. Broker
ability to finance housing and states and the District of Columbia -

business mortgage loans. the firm have reported 18 units $62000 total, $25000 cash above 3639 NW 15th Ave. 6354595fANUBULOUS
"These programs repre- assets and servicing volumes -
6%. 1st
existing mtg. only$300monthly -
sent an effort to advance the amounting to about one- payments
I needs of black communities half billion dollars.To 25% net return on cash investment.
I by action rather than talk,"' Building location: 14460 NW 22nd Avenue.
date, several of these
Mr. Wilkins .People who Call Mr. AltersonBy
Negro firms}have reported receiving
are struggling to nvike a better 635-4595
nearly$5 million morein Day:
life for themselves and their
mortgage loan commitments ( By Night: 226-1481
children are fully aware that
and deposits from he I
their problems: will be solved Brokers InvitedREALTY
Life Insurance Association
by better jobs, housing and
members under the urban investment
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schools, not by rhetoric" OPEN SATURDAY AND SUNDAYSee
,
project. Such com- , ,
Mr. Wilkins' remarks pre- 1'''' w" '-" '11'''' r
mitments are expanding the
ceded a press conferencewhichwasalsoattended Model at
ability of Negro financial institutions :

William R. MorrisNAACP by to provide mortgage ..
5917 S.W. 63rd Street
director of housing program. money to inner city residentsand 1
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The conference was held at the businessman. IROKER :, ;;:

NAACP National Office 1790 The second program would 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH HOMES

Broadway.The provide an opportunity for
NAACP's Mr. Morris: many of the NAACP's 1,775 OPEN 7 DAYS 2 VETERANS $100 DOWNNON
has formed a coalition of Ne- branches to function:: as a liai-

gro trade organizations for the son between ghetto residentsand VETS $400 DOWN
SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
I purpose of participating in the public and private housing
$1 billion urban investm-rit agencies Mr.Morris has call- Nice CBS at 2161 NW 97th St. Jalousie windows, 1 MORTGAGE FHA $85 MONTHNO

project launched by the Joint ed on branches to establish awnings, open front porch, stove and refrigerator.FHA CLOSING COSTS
...., Committee oa Urban prob- "Housing Problem Centers' price $11,000$350 down73.54 month and I, ,
to' ...;..._ seller pays all costs. '
-. FULL PRICE $12,900

"" 5662 MfcYO> STREET WEST HOLLYWOOD f p";, ,SELLER: PAYS ALL CLOSING' COSTS* : .

$300 down One FHA mortgage $62 monthly ;,V.ry"shorp CBS",at,3620:NW,,,179th;: St. Large cor-p?, Greater Miami ,
I 'ner lot Florida, .
room, carport/rear patio/jalou- yf
2 bedroomsCBS sieuw1ndows'awnings, FHA price, $13.500.. ,$450 ,,:;,' .
Inc.
a Lot 60x100 :down.$90'.10; month.(Op ,.toch ,number 624-3666)1) Realty, .' :


Tile Roof SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS PHONE: 444-6133

I Other Extras Lovely corner 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS home. Jalousie -

373-3304 OWNER, .923.130vvas..a. windows, fenced yard, pretty patio, bar-b-
que, wall to wall carpeting, terrazzo floors, FHA
) with down and
price only $13,500 $450 $90.10mo.
HOUSING (Our Opa-locka number is 6243666)).

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REAL OPPORTUNITY ,Most, beautiful. bedroom', 2,, bath, CBS,:,we" eer' :' :",

y ESTATE ,.., ,listed, We' can't' ,say,,enough about this gorgeous King Realty, Inc. of Miami"King

' LOANS MORTGAGE home. Large, beautifully lands coped corner lot, Size Buy."REAL TORS 8000 NW 7th
t tremendous Flo, room,. :special. pump and well' for DADE COUNTY
FHA VA CONVENTIONAL ENTERPRISE sprfnkfer System,j stove, refrigerator. See'at 1799 I' KINGDOM IS OUR. A v e.

LEE ANDREW BLACK NW 93rd St. Call usl FHA Price 18,500, $800
down, '$122.21 month. The Beit! CALL
' and'Owner
: Licensed Mortgage Broker I

Office: 5722 NW 17th Ave. NO QUALIFYING HOME AND INCOME 643.2861

Large 4 bedroom, 2 bath, CBSand garage in back
Phone 693-0818 has 2 apartments Location at 48 NW 48th St. Is

691-6638 2300 NW 65th St. ideal, near everything. Price $16,500, $3,000
down and $130 month. Good buy. Live rent free II


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CARLTON REALTY This 3 bedroom,2 'bath beauty Us on 2 corner lots WATERFRONT POOL HOME

Doubt torport,, file roof, oil heat, awnings, jalousie , 1071 NW 81 STREET
r 3014 NW 19 STREET (Broker) windows, air) Conditioners large modern' I

; a.r II kitchen, appliance ,, wall to waif carpeting.i { Gorgeous 3 bedroom 2 bath, pool, carpets,
693-4772 ., CALL 635-3177 ",t>nced! ,FHA price $18,500.$800 drapes, built-in stove and oven. Many extras.

i$118,76jmonthond: . :1 Seller.,' pays:all. closing..' C1-t: Call us for details.
* *uw WTLii to>t ISB-V: if- T n ii !
CLOSED SUNDAYS UNTIL AFTER LABOR DAY EXECUTIVE AREA
WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES-

FHA-CBS 3 bdrm, 1 bath, encl. frnt porch, Ige. YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR Beautiful and 4 bedroom Like, 2 bath, Fla room, built-in'

fins, $14,950, $450 down, $125 mo. pays all. $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING range oven. new. FHA terms.

. NO QUALIFYING DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY NO QUALIFYING
.
CAN'T BE BEAT CBS, 2 bdrm, 1 bath, LR, ", '. ..,....,.1\411I 2180 NW 155 TERRACE
a' Flo rm, K, din area, cpt, fenced. $8,775, $1,200 f. I ,,rd'?i Waterfront,3 bedroom,2 bath, $93 month includesall.
'
,down, $69.00 month. See this great deal.

DON'T MISS THIS CBS, 2 bdrm, 1 bath, tile uEt1: REALTYBROKER 3831 NW 115 STREET

roof, .,.1 firs, crpt, fenced. $10,850, $1,000 dn. 3 bedroom 2 bath.
;1. ,$70 1tO. pays all. What a buy! See this today.

''' BIG BARGAIN CBS, 3 bdrm, 1 bath, tile rf NEW VA LIST OUT THIS WEEK. PLEASE SEE

,ynl firs, Ige. gar., fenced $12,500, $1,200 dn, 4932 NW 7th Ave. : US FOR CHOICE SELECTIONS.OPEN .

,'$115 mo. pays all. :,4. PL 9-4371 : ;; 7 DAYS A WEEK 24 HOUR SERVICE
: WE HAVE MANY MORE CHOICES .
HOMES
FOR AS LITTLE AS $100 !DOWN

to * * * * * * 16000, NW,,: 27 Ave We specialize ,in homes for persons being displaced '

TUNE IN TO JON CARLTON In the Real Estate '6J"' ,' .1J,' I' in Urban Renewal area, Miami Housing
x Corner, WMBM, 1470 KC, Friday 3:00 p.m. and" 624; 366 : J1/ 'f'iM;''';,:".it",;.l Projects. Veterans call to see if you qualify.

4! ,to 9:00 see p.the.. homes.Get Real Estate 'information and call ,ft Open:" .:..vA" 'jn.;, '"$4.,I" ,:$,N''t' ,'S'..{-t-,'h:\':" You're only a phone call away.




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CLASSifiED ADS Boycott Triggers Sale of Bill' AustinTHE


Chain
Grocery to NegroesDALLAS
HERE'S MY
SAY'S. .
15 WORDS OR LESS $1.50. 50 FOR EACH ADDITIONAL WORD'''
Black Power has of Dallas. Of thechain's
areas
DEADLINE gro Ford Giant
FOR CLASSIFIED AOiiUESOAY6 P.UL. t
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-- acquired a chain of grocery employes, Kindle es-
stores, If its proponents can timates 88 per cent are Negro. RED-HOT
FOR SALE
FOR SALE FOR SALENO muster $600,000 in 60 days. But the majority of the higher

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY CUSTOM BUILT J-DELUXE QUALIFY "We are sure there are jobs in the stores, such as CAR DEALS.

Garage and paint shop,$2700 DUPLEX Move in if you have down enough people with money that managers, are white held. Open Monday thru Friday

down. Must sell],Excellent 40 Income for your queen too! payment of$700.good 2 bed we can do It," said Mike Dodd SNCC, under the militant 8:30 10 p.m.

year reputation. Equipment Beautiful CBS 2 bedroom 1 room with sleeping porch, of the Dallas chapter, of the Ernest McMillan and its other Open Saturdays 8:30-6 p.m.

cost $12,000. Full price bath, Fla. room on each side.Fir CBS, carport, large yard$95. Student Non-Violent Co- leaders, began to boycott the 67 RIVERIA

$7,000. J.H. Strassman,Real- for a King! Air-condition-. month pays all. A. Ben-Kori, ordinating ComraitteeSNCC). stores, to picket and to demonstrate Full & Fact. air
power
tor, 373-7013. Call 3792110.DUPLEX$600 er, spacious bedrooms. Spec- Realtor, anytime 759- Harold Kindle, one of the a week ago. cond., bucket statscon
ially built for owner's 2425. of the Ok and
per- owners supermarket "They picketed us we sole, etc. like new.
sonal use. Excellent location. chain that agreed to asked for a meeting to find out $2895

Down FHA $23,000, $1600down$147month sell to the Negro group, said why," Kindle said."Theysaidsome
----------------
CBS, 2 bedroom andlbed- must see appreciate, DUPLEX he Is not bitter that a boycott of our merchandise was '68 CHEVROLET

room apt.Corner lot,tile roof, Drive by 2375 77 NW 95th Near Santa Clara School I brought it all about. He hopesit not high quality, but I think Impala, 4, dr., hardtop,.
terrazzo floors, FHA 16000. Ter. Ph. 666--0411 for appoint have a nice 1 bedroom each will turn out well. their main concern was that full power & Fact. air

Winchester Realty 751-<784.< ment. Atlantic andpaclfic side, like new, Price only$13, The chain has 10 super mar we were white business doing cond.(V.rflow mileage.)

Realtors. 500. with $450. down, FHA kets, all in predominately Ne- trade In a black community.' $2835
RUMMAGE SALE ------ terms. A. Ben-kori, Realtor
The meeting produced a ----------------
Sunday Only 1-4 $2700 pricel! Duplex 2260 NW anytime 759-2423. suggestion that the store chain '61 MUSTANGG.T.

Utility cabinet or tables $? 64th Street $3350, 8130 NW 14 HELP WANTEDFirst might sell to Negro investors. 4 Spttd, Fact. Air

office desk $10; TV's $5-$25; Avenue, $4700, 1798 NW83St. MANOR PARK-3 BR HOME "We got with them and made Cond., radio, w/s/wolls,- ....

bar $5; dressing table $2; $4700, 1901 NW 86th St.$5800 ON LARGE CORNER lot. Fla. Federal Savings them a legitmate offer, one etc. (like new)
air cooler $7 1925 NW 85th St., 371-6728 Porter Is and fair to $2495
; play pens $3; rm. carport, utility toom. that fair to them
broilers $2; recorders$5;recorder Freshly painted. Fenced yard. Good salary, chance to earn _us," Kindle said.HYPNOLOGY. ----------------
players$3 piano bench $100 each house to move! 566 more money. Free parking,, '67 COUGAR
; Close to schools
&
$2; refrigerators, stobes $25; NW 28th Street; $6900 for 2 bus. $10,000 full price.l,000, shopping unifroms, Insurance, retire- CLINIC Hardtop, V-8/odio, w/s

sewing machines $5; filing houses, 49 NW 34th Terr.; ment plan, credit union, paid OPENS walls, full factory equipp
dn. $94.98 TUBIN REAL-
$6200 price, 1490 NW 39th St. mo. vacation. Must have good work ed.
cabinets hi-chair book
$5; $2; TORS. 7906 NW 7thAVENUE The Institute of Hypnologyand
3 beds $5000 9900 NW references 45 hour week
frames ; price, $2195
cases $2; picture, $1 Hypnotherapy Clinic has
22nd Ave. 2 lots! $6100 for 2 PHONE 691-4785. afternoon. Telephone 373-
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carpet sweepers $1; vacums opened its office at 4854 NW
$3; typewriters $5;check- houses. 4425 NW 23rd Ct.371- 2553. 7th Avenue. '67MALIBUHardtop

writers, adder $10; fur coats, 6728.A 3 bedroom 1 bath CBS 3310 An equal opportunity employer The science hypnotherapy V-8, automatic,

stoles $5; wigs, $5; 500 NW 208 Terr. $300down$122. concerns itself with helpingto p/steering, radio, w/s

dresses 25$ ea,; pants 25$ BEN-KORI REALTOR month. No Qualifying. no alleviate many problems: wallsetc.a cream puff)

coats $1. Men's suits$2;coats closing costs direct from PAINT & BODY MAN Obesity, nervousness,phobias $1995
$8500. TOTAL 358-1879. TRUCK MECHANIC ----------------
$1; pants, shoes 50$; children OWNER, bedwetting, a typical
Lovely 2 bedroom home liberal 67 RANCHERO
Permanent Job
,, ,
clothes lOCo Card tables $2; youth behavior, impotencyandother
chairs$I} tricycles $2; books fenced,$300 down,FHA terms, 3 bedrooms bath in Bunche benlf it,,Job security, prefer mental. and functional Deluxe, speed,Y-8' Factory

10$. Total sToctfor sale.Make paid for in,15 years, A. Ben- Park by owner. $10,500.all applicant with establish resi- disorders. Air Cond., radio
Kori Realtor. anytime 759-. 625-1808. dence of this area. Good work -' w/s walls, (like news)
offer. Big double store.Grac'sWarehouse :
5421 NW 2ndAve. 2425. reference required. For Interview FOR RENT $ SAVES
callS ---------------
3718372. appointment CBS apt. furnished. Air '
DUPLEX
House with apt In rear 1983 e a It est Foods, 17707 NW cond. patio n-o pets.Small de- 66 OLDS
,
I LIKE NEW $16,900 DUlllc,88, 4dr. hardtop
Moneymaker.. Sundry: and NORTH MIAMI BEACH AREA NW SlTerr,. Call 693-3674., Miami Court 6250411.An Em posit. Working couple only. fully fact equipped.

grocery store. New equipment LIVE RENT FREE Equal Opportunity $32 week. Call 757-5224. (excellent condition).

air conditioned low CALL BETWEEN 9 and 1 ployer. $1995

rent, good lease, gross$85,00 MU 8 4088 Mrs. S. Barber wanted. 100% air --- --- -------
year. Price $17,500. Broker, FOR RENT 374-9508. Rooms In a 5 bedroom house '6& LEN MIS
condition. Phone
3715400. with four other ladies.Cooking Spt. Cpe., One owner,. .
.
2 bedroom home
Large many Nice room for rent, for privileges. Convenientlylocated. fully fact equipped.(per

6501 NW Miami Place -CBS 2 extras, very clean, plus 2 working man: 758-5097., Reasonable price. To feet condition).

bedroom, Florida, room, carport room apartment for ,income MISCELLANEOUSATTENTION: see call NE 5-4805., $1895

tile roof, oak floors, no Only $1,500 down, Call 681- ---------------
qualifying $13,250, assume 6049. (Aug 2)) '68 CORTINA '
Rooms for men only T.V.
mortgage of $85.00 monthly* '- PLEASE! CITY OF 2 dr. sedan, automatic,
Buyer will get a stove,refirg- Palms and plants. 1520 NW COOKING, $11.00 per wee k MIAMI BEACH radio, '2 w/sl walls,,

erator and air-conditioner at 67th St. Phone 6912293.No 691-1820. Anyone knowing the where- ((3,000 actual miles).

sale price. Hurry!I.Hurry! abouts of Helen FambroStuart CIVIL SERVICE $ SAVE $
I I qualifying modern CBS 2 please call Mrs.A.Stuart 691- U.S. Citizenship I
! Hurry! Aetna RealtyBroker), Furnished efficiency, Including ----------------
811 NW 54th St., phone: 757- bedroom, 1 bath, Florida room all utilities. $16 per 6640. Matter of urgency. Required '66 GALAXIE .500

5724, open 7 days. carport, tile roof, hardwood week. 350 NW 6th St.371-2019. Police Officer 1:,' $538- 2.dr. hardtop, fully fact.
floor, close in town location. Sample dresses, cheap, $654. Age 2133. 20/20 equipped (one, owner,
down monthly payment small sizes 3 J.P. 215re- vision uncorrected, mini-
1920 NW 98 St. 3 bedroom $1,000 in private home. like new). ,
CBS Fa!. room, fenced yard, arranged.Atlantic and Pacific 'Working Room man or woman pre- gular. Rainbow Mfg 635-7213. mum ht. 5'9", minimum wt. '.$1195
Ibs. maximum lit.
150
stove Realtors 666-0411. ----------------
refriegator. FHA $13 634-8244.
ferred. Call wt.2301bs.
lIaxllDulD
6'3"
500. $450 down (Vets adn221 66 MUSTANG

people $100) $90.10 monthly. WASHINGTON PARK K>urs.MlneNOW Florida drivel license. 'Convertible, power top,
Automotive Bodymani- : ''adI6. b.Jc, (like
This one will go fast. Bring New three bedroom, one bath, Furnished apt. with yard for *
deposit Aenta carporte, FHA $750 down.See $488.$566..Age.19-501'0ne" brand new.).,
today. Realty information call OX 1-2426.. '
.
and fender
in body :
(Broker),811 NW 54 St.'phone 1438 NE 152nd St.TU; 8-7583. SHOWING year exp. $1595
work including automotive -
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757.57Z4"open 7 days. 1 1 $2700 Price! 2260 NW 64th St. Room for respectable MIAMI DRIVE-IN painting. '64 CADILLAC

$3350 Price! 8130 NW 14th Av,. elderly lady or couple cooking spray Convertible full ,

345 NW 44th Street- gorgeous $4700 Price! .1798 NW83rdSt., privileges. 634-1714. Park Foreman I: $422-$538. Fact. Air, Cond.? (power Ioade

3 bedroom, 2 bath, tile.roof, $4700 Price!.1901 NW 86th St, FOR SALE Age 1855. Two yrs exp. :with. extras.)

oak floors, like new condition. ,$5800-1925' NW 85th Street t 3 bedrooms, 2 bathe, garage. as yardman nurseryman..' .' ,$1795

FHA $14,000$93.56.monthly 371-6728 Clean roommanworking, 1809 NW 41st Street Tree Maintenance Foreman: -- ----.
(vets and 221 people $100). no drinking and honest 633- For SaUl Lot 50x140 on 4224538. Age 2150. Two '64 T-BIRD
47th St. Lots Bought & Sold.
Stove, refrigerator, air-con 2326. JE 0-1340 yrs. exp. trimming, spray. Hardtop full power &

ditioned, see today, buy today, ing, topping and removing. Fact.AlrCond., (loaded).
bring moneyl! Aetna Realty DUPLEX Nice private room for rent, Clerk $1495
Typist: 348444."
95th St. I have a very
(Broker), 811 NW 54th St.,ph. Near man. $12, 754-7740. ADDITIONSFlorida Age 1755. 40 ----------------
each typing.
wpm
nice 2 bedroom duplex 500
757-5724. Open 7 days. 66 FAIR.
side only $18,000. Total, rent Rooms Bedrooms Apply Personnel
BathroomsAlso Department 2 dr. sedan, automatic,
1 side and let your tenaut help House for rent. 1-Bed, Kit- Remoldeling Miami Beach. City radio, p/steering, etc. IUI

9622 NW 25th Ave. Magnificent you buy your duplex, $800. chen & Bath,reasonable price. CALL NEWBOLD Hall prior, 1130 to 4:00 Washington Monday Ave. '(like new).

2 bedroom each side,CBS down, FHA terms. A. Ben- 754-4997. 446-3122 or 532-1858 through Friday.p.m. $1495

duplex, tremendous screened Kori, Realtor, 759-2423.
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patio wigh 17 x 35 foot pool. '66 COMET

Wall to wall carpets, built-in Nice efficiency apartment, MALE LAUNDRY HELP 2 dr., sedan, automatic,

range and oven,refrigerators, ARTHUR TUBIN 1851 N.W. 1st Court, partly Loaders p/steering, vynl roof,
air-conditioned, heat, car- HOME & INCOME-2 BR furnished, $20.00 per week, pullers, extractor operators. Good radio, etc. (show room

port, total price$25,030.0-jra- FLA. RM Patio, fenced OX 1-7964 Rev. S. Bowels wages. Production bonus. Excellent com- new).
,
CBS "
er will take back entire mort- furniture & appliances.Plus pony benefits, paid vacation, permanent job. $1495
yard,
gage, we can tailor down pay- furnished efficiency Must be 18 or over. Apply in mornings. No ----------------

ment to your budget, don't apt. Walk to 7th Avenue. FHA Store for rent,space for liv- phone calls please.Ask for Mr. Findley, National '64 BONNEVILLE

miss this exceptional oppor- price $14,500. $450 do $97.01mo. ing quarters-741 NW 62 Linen Service, 1950 NW 1st Avenue. Convertible, ful power loaded&
Cond.
Fact. Air (
tunity. Aetna Realty(Broker), TUBIN REALTORS. 7906 St. Call 7583901.
811 NW 54th St., Ph.757-5724 NW 7th Ave. Phone 691-4785. with extras).

Open 7 days. $1395Austin
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Cottage for man or woman.
FEMALE LAUNDRY HELP FordFlorida'
AVENUE-
No qualifying move right in 8791 NW 25th Call 696-0473, after 4:30p.m.Apt. .
MODERN 3 BR. CBS. 2 Fla.roo1'D Flat work feeders folders. Good Ford
immaculate 2 bedroom, bath wages. Largest
Utility rm, patio, title
$ Dealer
enclosed sleeping car- Excellent benefits. Paid
porch, roof awnings, appliances. company vacation, Home Owned & Operated
port tile roof, hardwood floor, corner lot. Ideal for permanent job. Production bonus. Must be 18 3801 NW 21th AV.MIAMI
nicely furnished too!$1600 Large 4845 NW 16th Avenue 2
large family. FHA price $15, or over. Apply in mornings. No phone calls Used Car NE 5-0310
down $110 month large bedroom unfurnished
every
pays dn.$103.57.- Month CLOSED SUNDAYS
500. $500 please. National Linen Service. 1950 NW
thing. On NW 32nd St.near 13th 7906 NW apt. Wkly $27.50 Call Mr. 15 minutes from most anywhere
REALTORS.
Ave. Atlantic and Pacific TUBIN 6914785. Grose, daily 444-6126, eves 1st Avenue Ask for Mr. Findley. In Miami
7th Ave. Phone
Realtors 666-0411. 448-2824.:




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