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..::...::.:;..:I Sen. Brooke Urges GOP To f




i ); rI I Reieel White Separatism ,


Massachusetts Senator Edward
Brooke urged the Reputvlican ::44F.N e :11
Convention delw es
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Tuesday to reject v&f&separatlsm \
In tfa VRu>urt>s and _
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!!: Scout Leader-Church Worker-Civic Leader E!; "' of the e Is 29th temporary Republican chair- sr.; ,, ., ' ;j

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: : The of Mrs. Clarice Littles is well-known in Girl Scout circles ::::: : .+tff'
:...:.:'. name : "We must hold true to the ' I.0 .'I' ;,,.. '; .i'l"9
::..:..:.: throughout the state, but even.though you weren't a qirl scout you probably .m.:.r.:..:.:, course on which we have em- A r;" \
: barked he said "the <
know her :::: course w
::::: : anyway. :.:.:.:. 'l"9SLICAN'
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:':':'' which leads to an integrated '
i t I Mrs. Littles had been teacher in the Dade County School system J society of magnificent ...

i:::i: for 27Y2 years before retiring two years ago.Her work with the youthof the :::: ralism." 'ARTY .>, J
: For 79# and 1::::> Brooke charged the"demo "
:::: Central District while a teacher Dunbar Elementary ,years mI
crats have time and time again
:I ; of South Florida has been outstand-- ,
as a leader in the Girl Scout Council raised the expectations of the "EXCltlPFB

: :::.::.;::.;:'!. Ing.. '.:..:.::.:.:.:.:. disadvantaged only to dash '
-i: :::::;: A tireless civic worker, she was lust elected to governing board :::, them on the hard rocks of reality I

t Forthe Model Cities program; she is amember of the Church of the In car- t j He.'criticized federal pro- gFgc'M Li

nation; Sunday School teacher at Incarnation; board member of the Girl imi grams which he said were

1 t Scout Council of Tropical 'Florida; President, Episcopal Churchwomen; .:.:.:.': "oversold and underdone ,' ';' .
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t.-:::::::::: member, American Association of University Women; member, Church :::::::; which has served to breed a 'DELEGATIONto '

m Women United; neighborhood chairman of the Ixora girl group several jt 1 1i the lingering less fortunate depression members among of ,

.. i fir.;::::;;; years_ ago; member. National Retired Teachers Association; and a member !, a j. our society."
::::::: He said the solution to the
.1. ::::::4 of the DAV Auxiliary No. 39. ; ; Y rN
ti She lives at 7297 NW 68th Street with her,husband William.. m n:I problem of rebuilding Ameri-
I ca's urban centers hinge on

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services. .,t
"W@ ,must .rehabilitate or
I: 2 a oRt'OOONewVolers".SoughtPlans ,repUc thVjbllghted hods. (
'tag, and slum neighborhoodswhich
(
contaminate the lives of
for a six-week blitz prompted by the lack of voter cent in previous years. rUlions, .
campaign to register an additional interest in the two May primary He called on the Republicans"to
200,000 Florida citizens elections which he term- Adams said toe campaign make sure that the call of
to vote in the Nov 5 gen ed the "worst voter turnout in will be coordinated with the racial I separatism now resounding ,
eral election were announced Florida history." Southern Political Education' in urban ghettoes and
Thursday Secretary State Only 45 per cent ofthose Action Committee, .a nonprofit segregated suburbs is not a
Tom Adams. registered went to the polls, foundation, and would be forecast of future dissension. -
Adams said the drive was he said, compared with 65.per a non-partisan effort.Florida ." bountiful
mobilize the resources elusive Bath Club in Miami
"We must reject white and talents of the Beach.
separatism. ,We must reject American people." The Bath Club allegedly
And separatism from whatever Brooke warned the conven- unwritten rules which bars
Louisiana Sued source," the junior sena- tion that America is enteringa 'Negroes and Jews from its
tor from Massachusetts said.
transitional period,ripe with membership. ." ,
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The 43 yearold sena-
potential turmoil "as it is laden "I understand this club rejects -
: tor warned that"we should not with the promise of unimagined people from membership
For Lily.White' DelegationsNegro deceive ourselves into think-
.
ing that other wars can be, accomplishment. simply'because" they are Ne-
gro or Jewish, Brooke said in
4 avoided by a withdrawal from "By reviving the nation's
Republicansfrom A hearing was set for Wed- asked the federal court to en- our global responsibilities." confidence in its government, explaining invitation."Icannot hisrejectlonofDirksen's '.
Florida and Louisiana have nesday at 2 pm in the suit filed join seating of these two delegations He told the delegates the! we can help sustain it throughthe
filed suit in federal court'ask- by,Isacc J. Willimas and A.L. and any other lily- Republican party must "re- difficult years which lie support or attend a"gatheringat o''
ing the district court in Miamito Boynton, of Florida, and white delegations until a full invigorate the public institu- ahead," he said. a place like that.
block seating of"lily- Pierre Charles and Lloyd B. hearing is held." tions of the United States, not Earlier, Brooke had refused New York Senator Jacob Ja-
white" delegations from the Miles of Louisiana. He said that suit was entered by vesting them with all authority -,. to attend a cocktail party and vits was also invited to the
two states at the party's national Williams a St. Petersburgblack "on behalf of concerned Negro or all functions, but bystrengthening dinner, given by Illinois Senator Dirksen bash, but he rejected ,
convention. attorney, said,"we have Republicians," In Florida and their capacity Everett Dirksen at the ex- the offer on similar grounds. '
Louisiana.

charged In his that suit GOP, Williams leadership is, Slums Gone {In 10 Yeclrs"it

Young Says Black VotersTo discriminating Negroes and "denying against them 'I

the right to participate." WASHINGTON. President mates the subsidy plans should the interest charges above one : I:
Control 68 ElectionIn Named In the suit were Johnson signed the most far- help 500,000 families buy per cent in the case of those ,I
William Murfin, chairman of reaching housing act in the na- homes in the three years cov- with the lowest incomes. ,I
the Florida Republican Executive tion's history Thursday. The ered by the bill and enable i
his keynote address to and social strength in the Committee and the State's authorized
measure is the start of the 300,000 to rent suitable apart While Congress has
the 1968 National Urban ghetto. delegation to the convention; President's. goal-to wipe out ments. the first stages for thePresident's ,
league Conference at New Orleans He said that the Urban Charles D. Grabelles, Chair- substandard U. 'S. housing in Under the home ownership program, future }/
Whitney M. Young, Jr., League's interpretation of man of the Louisiana Re- 10 years. plan 1 the government would Congresses must vote the actual V
made these important points: "Black Power" or "GhettoPower" publican Executive Committee; At the signing ceremoniesin subsidize the monthly mortgage money to make it a reality i
He predicted ,that the emphatically refutedthe Ray C. Bliss, the party's national front of the curving new payments by paying all of .
nation's 6 to 8 million black concept of separatism or chairman; Sen. Edward headquarters of the Department -
voters were In a position to violence.He Brooke, temporary chairmanof of HousinganUrbanDe-
control the outcome of the 1968 defined the Urban League the convention; andRep. velopment, Johnson said the
.. election. goal as the "Open Society," Gerald R. Ford, permanent new law"can be a Magna carta PIPELINE 'S
He predicted that the surI" in'which black men and women convention chairman. to liberate our cities" .f
I f % vival of the United States was will have the choice of livingin Williams also asked Sen. Prominent Mlomlon* Henry hay. repeate dabsencos (
linked to the treatment of its a decent black communityor Brooke to resign as temporary Th e President said the Arrlngton' an attorney, from meetings. Metro Char- tf
I black citizens and that the a decent integrated com- chairman because the Mass- three-year, $5.4-billion pro- and Mrs. Dana Dor.., Chapt.r regulations say r.moval 1
United States cannot survive munity. He said that Negroes, achusetts senator, who is a gram marks the start of the final man, may loss their post' Is automatic after three eon \
I without total equality for the who lived inadecentblack Negro, wlll preside over the stage,of a federal commit tlons soon on the Little secutlve unexcused absen J
? Negro.He community would be better seating of the delegations. ment to housing that began in HUD advisory board. Th. ces. Arrlngton Claims h. '..r
the administration of Presi- two, who aro the only two has missed only two meet : .,
said that the Urban prepared in terms of educationand "This would be a slap in ;
leagues' interpreation of skill to l live in an inte- the face to all black.Republi- dent Franklin D. Roosevelt.The black members of the board, Ings. :#
I
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"Black Power meant the grated society when they move cansand black Americans, Housing and Urban Development I UI .,
building of political,economic out of the ghetto Continued on page 23 Department dt esti-

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2 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday August 9, 1968. .

'JAt The Republican Convention On Miami Beach


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(1) C. L. Townes Jr., Sen.
Edward Brooke and Rev.Ralph
Abernathy chat at receptionfor C'
black press on Monday.C. ,4r t
L. Townes Jr., Hosea i
Williams, Rev. Abernathy and
aides confer on Poor People's ,% + 6tt
mule-train led campaign.( r
(3) George Lewis and Clara ; p'J '
Mitchell of the GOP National
Committee staff talk to Simeon 0'I w
Booker of Ebony-Jet Maga-
zine. ;
(4) William O. Walker,pub-
Usher of the Cleveland Call
and Post and a member of the ? i : ;
.
Ohio governor's cabinet, Is ; ,123t
shown at Tuesday's sessionof
the GOP National Convention -
on Miami Beach.
(5) David Allritton,an alter-
nate from Ohio,attending first
day's session of convention. r ,

(6) Bernard Lee,Rev.Ralph ra, 'a
i,; ae
Abernathy, Sen. Edward
Brooke, C. L. Townes., and A : t.) '. y }
GOP officials discuss black
participation( at 1968 G 0 P 't
Convention.
(7) Sen. Edward Brooke % ,
meeting Rev. Bernard Lee of "
'
the SCLC, looking on is Rev.
Abernathy and Rev.'K. Bennett -
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(8) ABC-TV newsman Mal I

Goode receiving best wishes t' 1 t
from a spectator,
(9) C. L. Townes, Jr., and
Myrna Bain of the GOP National .
.
Committee staff Join 1
Miamians David Curry 0 f 13.r
Ebony Associates, Sheila Mc-
Duffle, Garth Reeves,editor of
The Miami Times, Kelly Wil-
son of The GOP Conventions
t a ff and an unidentified on

looker. .
((10) Prominent Miamian '.
Sylvia Rolle making point with .1 A&4:. ,
Sam Jackson and Bob Keye of :;_. : .
Gov. Reagan's office. y .
((11) Rev. Abernathy and H ; / =A ,"
Kenneth Drew, editor of New
York's "Queens Voice" an- > et r
swer reporter's questions.
(12) Sen. Brooke taking over :
as temporary chairman of the f
,convention.
(13)GOP congressional
(
candidate James Farmer an- w 1:,Z4 I ut
swers Washington Post re-
porter's questions.
((14, 15 and 16) picture lone }
Negro delegates in State delegations -

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BLACK DELEGATESAND
ALTERNATESARKANSAS

: E. M. Moore :'; Sg:5 }
and Rev. M. L. Hendricks, 4

delegates. Fred Oakley, Jr., .. -
and Frank Gray, alternates. :
CALIFORNIA: Wendell T. :: ,- ? .
Handy, delegate. Thomas J. :'
Miles and James M. Woods,
alternates.
COLORADO: Willie An-
thony, alternate.

DELAWARE: Raymond : : ,
,
-
Evans, delegate Mrs.Elva SI" r- \
Johnson, alternate. 4
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA:
Mrs. Ella M. Gothard Bran-
som, Barrington Parker, Jr.,
and Dr. Henry S. Robinson,
Jr., delegates. Rev. Jerry A. C'
alternates.Moore, Wesley S. Williams, ) i1rt

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GEORGIA: Alderman Q. V. ,. .
Williamson, delegate. Mrs.
Evelyn Frazier and Rev. A.L. :
;
Habersham, alternates. ?
ILLINOIS: Genoa S. Wash- a
ington and Valores J. Washington -
delegates. Herman 9
Steward and Hamilton B. Tal- r 1v

bert, Jr., alternates. 4 'E, n
INDIANA: Mrs. Nola Allan,

delegate. 3 6't
KANSAS: Charles Scott, / '
delegate. A Price Woodard,
alternate. Y.
KENTUCKY: Rev. C. Ew- *1. +t: ,

band Tucker, alternate-at-
large.
LOUBIANA: Rev. F. D.
Murray and Mrs. JohnH.Gay, .
alternates. i E w
MARYLAND: Harry Og-
lesby, Archie M.Jones,ElmerO. i II 16
Harris, delegates.Dr.Arts '/ '
T. Allen, Sylvester J, Y u- .. n's ,. s
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ELL 1IA HEPBURN JOSEFINA B. HARViN NEAL ADAMS INEZ A. WILCOX CLARICE LITTLES GEORGE 1 HEPBURN I
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I 8,100 Voted In Model City ElectionMiami r

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City Commissioner the hiring and firing of staff officer. District 6,John Doyle, 1879 NW 45th St., secretary.
Athalie Range polled more personnel, Johnson said. The 802 NW 55th Terrace.District District 13, Ivan Mccaskill,
votes in leading four school balloting was done on Sunday. 7, William Turner, 772 NW51St. 4104 NW 17th Ave.TRACT n

teachers, three grocers and ., teacher.District 9, Harold XV
Other winners Included
two housewives to posts on the Brownsville civic leader Hines, 1009 NW 52nd St.,parent District 5, Leocarter,1136NW
15-member governing boardof involvment. District 13, 47th Street, owner janitor
Kilpatrick and Neal
George
Model City, it was announced Nathaniel Powell, 5000 NW 15 service. District 14, Manatee
Adams president of the
Tuesday.Mrs. Brownsville, ImprovementAssociation. Ave. high school coach. Bannerman, 765 NW 43rd St.,
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Range, with 1,079 principal
votes was an easy victor over TRACT IX -
REV:WILLIAM SLATER LAURENCE KENNEDY JR. IIc.
District 1 Delores
Harris
four other candidates for the Also Clarice Littles, a Mi- ,
board seat. ami Times columnist and retired 1281 NW 61 St., postal clerk. .r
Some 8,100 votes were cast school teacher; Elisha District 4, Fleata Griffin, 1471

in the election, according to Hepburn, manager for the NW 60th St.,library page.Dis-
Gordon Johnson, assistant director Housing and Urban Develop- trict 8, Moses Salmon, 1430
of the Model City program ment Department of Dade NW 59th St., minister.District
8 Emma Glass, 1426 NW 60th
County; Carlton G. Fisher, a
The which is designed St., clerk. District 10 William
program, teacher; Josefina Harvin, a
to upgrade and improvethe McBride, 5630 NW 15th Ave.,
housewife; John Hoskins Jr.,
plight of the neighborhood advertising director. District 'I'
a public relations man;Geral- .f
11 Chester Coachman 1321 .
residents has received ,
already dine Allen, a domestic maid .
$5.5 million for its first and L. D. Kennedy, teacher- NW 56th Street, aircraft me- i '?'::
year of operation. The area is salesman. chanic. District 13, Helen .

bounded by the Airport Expressway George Hepburn, a librarian Boone, 1359 NW55th Terrace, .. 1ioJI'- ..... i ..

and NW'79th Street ; George Williams, housekeeper.
and from the North-South Expressway county schools; Rev. William TRACT X CARLTON: FISHER JOHN HOSKINS, JR. BETTY s. PAGE IGEORGE

to NW 37th Avenue. Slater, minister; Betty Page, District 11, Sarah Johnson, v
The board will have veto 1913 NW 55th Terrace,school
a grocer; and Inez Wilcox, a
power over everything except teacher. teacher.
TRACT XI

District 8, Christine Denni-

son, 2921 NW 57th St., clerk-
Sub Council Winners In
typist. District 9, Irish Williams -
I 2785 NW 55 St.,house- S I Iw I

Model Cities ElectionTRACT wife. District 12, Robert rp.R
Strapp, 3215 NW 49th Street,
school teacher +4
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I kers, 6540 NW '25th Avenue, TRACT; XII, t
District 4, Gwendolyn housewife. *' ? District 3, Louise Capers?

Howard, 1331 Little River Dr., TRACT V 3117 NW 52nd St. 'librarian.

elementary caseworker. Dis- None. District 6, Mary H. Fluker, GEORGE ROBERT WILLIAMS KILPATRICK ATHALIE RANGE "
trict 10, Desola W. Collins, TRACT VI 2992 NW 49th Street, regis- I'll

651 NW 73rd Ter.,unemployed. District 3, Virginia Jones, tered nurse. District 12, Lu-

District 13,Benny O'Berry 7001 NW 15th Avenue, school cius Crawford, 3110 NW 49th FOR THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMMODATIONSAT
1295 NW 71st St., EOPIcenter teacher. District, Irene St., school teacher.

director. District 14, Marlene White, 1635 NW 66th St., re- TRACT XHI MODERATE RATES-CALL

Burrows, 7151 NW 14th Pl., tired. District 9, Elizabeth District I, Juanita Munroe,
licensed practical nurse.District Dukes, 1208 NW 65th Street, 2231 NW 51st St.,barber.Dis- !

15, Sheila McCartney, housewife District 14, trict 7, Fred McKenzie, 2260 BONDED -

7186 NW 14th Pl., domestic Richard Perry, 6215 NW 13th NW 50th St., self employed. It.. .

worker. Ct., leadman and assembler. District 8, Edward Flowers,
TRACT H District 15, Homilee Hunter, 2396 NW 60th St., inspector RENTAL
District 6, Leroy Wright, 1216 NW 62nd Ter.,housewife. Aerodex. District 11, Marvell

7527 NW 22nd Avenue,barber. Bethel, 4671 NW 24th Court,
District 2, Gloria lodge,2125 TRACT VII housewife. Gladys Taylor,
NW 74 Terrace, unemployed. District 5, Melzie E.Elliot, 4705 NW 24 Ave., housewife. 9

TRACT ni 1132 NW 65th St., librarian. District 13, Anne B. Bell,4426
District 15, Minnie Brew- District 6, Frances Taylor, NW 23rd Ct., school teacher. tAl L-----, -
ton, 2910 NW 67th St., schoolteacher 1017 NW 65th Street, postal d
Donald Thompkins, clerk. District 10, Harold M- TRACT XIV 1o
2950 NW 65th St., barber. Cartney, 820 'NW 64th Street, District 1, Arzie Randolph, n
TRACT IV Sheila Martin, 912 NW 64th 1802 NW 53rd St., presser. =
THE LARGEST PRIVATE HOUSING RENTAL AND
11 Johnnie Robinson ,
St. school teacher. District District ,
District 4, Elijah E. Mills, c.MANAGEMENT AGENCY TH -3OUTHOPERATING
7200 NW 22nd Ave. rec.lead 11, William Amones, 1130 NW ____.__.__
er. District 2, Shirley Cole, 61st St., pool room operator. IN DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES

7200 NW 22nd Ave., rec.leader. District 13, Dr. E. A. Ward, Ibujrs.Mlne
District 7, Vendall Moss, 5841 NW 9th Avenue, retired ra A fleet of cars and collectors give door to door service for
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6580 NW 22nd Ave., barber. pharmacist. tenants convenienceA

District 8, Eugene Kemp,2340 TRACT VDI NOW SHOWING community recreation center.for teenagers and adults "rent
NW 66th St.,real estate sales- District 4, Juanita Thompson MIAMI DRIVE-IN frte," furnished qnd.air I conditioned foryour comfort and enjoyment.
man. District 10, Carrie Vic- 1060 NW 57th St.,savings
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I III ) i1e To Be Equal Bayard . ( \


Rustin ;
,
Office: 6530 NW 15th Ave., Miami Flo. 33147-Phone: 691.0421 by WhItney M. Young Jr. 1 '
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H. E. SICISMUND REEVES, Editor and PublisherGARTH Speaks
League
C. REEVES Managing Editor Executive Director National Urban

STANLEY I. SWEETING, Theatrical Editor .

National Advertising Representative Black SoldiersA
Amalgamated Publishers, I Inc.' As Goes MississippiOne

310 Madison Avenue New"York. N. Y. 10017 soldiers in American
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association recent television documentary on black
2400 S. Michigan Avenue, Chicago, III. 60616 history shocked a lot of people.Sure, they knew that black of the urgent democratic causes InAmericaat the pres.

men are serving in Vietnam, but did they really serve in the ent time is the Mississippi Challenge In which, for the first
SUBSCRIPTION RATES black and white Southerners -- the Loyal Democrats
ONE YEAR 55.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 American Revolution? time, of
FOREIGN' $6.00
Mississippi have Joined to challenge racist political power

Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post, Yes, they did; and in every other war this country has ever in their State. Specifically! they have come.topether to challenge

Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 fought too.Americans. the credentials of, and seek to replace, the regular Mississippi .

"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"The weren't always very happy about it either. In the delegation to the Democratic Party National Convention .
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NEGRO PRESS believes that America con best lead enlist and only
wouldn't even let Negroes in Chicago. '
19th
the world from century they
racial and notional'
to every man regardless of hts race antagonism, creed or color when his it accords human put guns in their hands because it seemed to be the only way to This regular delegation of 66havenotonly been handpickedby E

and legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no man-the Negro defeat the enemy. the white racist power structure in the Mississippi Democratic .
Press strives to help every man in the firm belief that all men Party, but include only two black representatives. No. '
are hurt as long as anyone is held back.Ht And In the two World Wars ,",,,'ve fought in this century, thing could be more blatantly racistespeciallywhenone con

black soldiers were often limited to segregated labor battalionsThe siders that Negroes constitute 40% of the Mississippi popula

Korean War was the first to have integrated fighting units tion and of these almost 250,000 are registered voters. Thus, I

rfitor's Jfatebaafe and their success surprised a lot bigots who were against it. the Loyal Democrats are justified not only in challenging the

When slaveholding merica fought for its independence from credentials of the regular Mississippi delegation but demand {

HUMPHREY FOR PRESIDENTIn England under the banner of "all men are created equal," ing that they be unseated. {?

George Washington banned Negro enlistments But when it be- The Loyal Democrats consist of an unprecedented coalition i

the August 20th Issue of Look Magazine Vice-President came evident that white colonists weren't too interested in made UD of the State branch of the NAACP the Freedom Democratic t'

Hubert Humphrey tells why he aspires to the Presidency. Says risking their lives for independence, Washington did an about- Party, the YoungDemocrats O/Mississippiandthe f,
this candidate The Chairman of the Is 4
: face and ordered the arming of black men. Mississippi State AFL-CIO. group Dr.
of the State NAACP) the Vice Chairman is
Aaron Henry (head ; ,
For the same reason I entered public service about 30 years
About fought in the Revolution.Some were heroes. We and Chair man of the Democrats
5,000 Hodding Carter HI, publisher, Young
ago; to carry forward America's struggle against the ancient-
have all learned about the famous Battle of Bunker Hill, but of Mississippi : and the chief coordinator is Charles
enemies of mankind-tyranny, prejudice, poverty, ignorance,
how schools teach the fact that when the British com- "
many Evers field secretary of the NAACP.
disease, hunger and war. What compels most men to seek high ,
mander, Major Pitcairn stood up to shout "The day is ours," Dr. "to choose a delegation
public office, contrary to popular prejudice, is not status, the "We intend, says Henry, representative -
pressures and pains of power the costly personal sacrificesare he was shot dead by Peter Salem, a black man? of all the people of Mississippi,and,if we can

sufficient to override any satisfaction that may derive from There were other battles, other heroes, but school children find funds, to transport this delegation Chicago to challenge I

temporary fame. The ultimate satisfaction Is the knowledgethat never hear about them. The War of 1812's most famous bat- the delegation hand picked by the white power structure of the
State. We shall convince the Democratic Party and the conven-
because of service Is advanced
your democracy's cause
tle was the battle of New Orleans wan by Andrew Jackson. But I
that life is made more meaningful,satisfying rewarding. tion's credential committee they should recognize our
how many people know that Jackson, short of soldiers, recruited -
Passing the nation's first municipal fairemploymentpractices two companies of black volunteers who played a cru- delegation as the only one In Chicago representative of the registered l

ordinance in 1947 as Mayor of Minneapolis; helping secure cial part in his victory? Democrats in Mississippi
ratification of the Test BandTreatyofl963, Civil Rights This challenge would have been unnecessary had not the regular i!

Act of 1964 as U.S. Senator; helping expand youth employmentby One-fourth of the naval crews in the famous battles on the Democrats of Mississippi flouted the D1.'Uldateissuedby i I

millions of Jobs as Vice President: these are compensationsIndeed. Great Lakes were black. Captain Oliver Perry whose fame the 1964 Democratic Convention in Atlantic City.That mandate

was won in these battles later wrote: "I have yet to learn that called strongly and clearly for fair representation of the races t,

I believe the color of a man's skin can affect a man's qualifications orusefulness and required state units to take affirmative action to bring
Today America faces a challenge unprecented in
human of ." That's a lesson still to be learned by a lot of Negroes into the State parties.
history-the challenge extending the opportunities of
The Mississippi regulars have refused to honor the wishesof
Americans .
including some employers.Even
this society to every citizen in an environment where the
the national i to the Democratics
Party. According Loyal
,
rights of all are preserved and doing it in a world community
Lincoln was against arming black men in the Civil officials of the regular party organization have barred Negroes
where violence.peaceful change increasingly prevails over force and War, but once_he gave the order, he realized that his 200,000 from entering and participating in the selection of delegates;

black troops saved the Union. Twenty-one black soldiers and they have gerrymandered districts to prevent fair and equitable -

What higher calling than to help America meet this Chal- sailors won the.Congressional Medal of Honor in that war, and black representation.On the basis of such practices, there

lenge? No president acting alone_is sufficient to this undertaking 37,300 gave their lives for freedom. can be no doubt that the regular Mississippi delegation is not

But if he maintains his faith in the competence and qualified to be seated at the national convention.As .
You would never know it from the history books or from the
commitment of his fellow citizens and has their support, he part of the nationwide sympathy which the cause of the
Western movies but when the
cavalry came riding to defend
can make a difference.He can multiply the strength of the peo- settlers from Indian attacks chances are the horsemen Loyal Democrats has aroused, Mr.A. Philip Randolph has become
,
ple by speaking truthfully of their needs and aspirations. He were Chairman of the national Committee to support the chal-
black. About
one out of five horse soldiers in the Old West
can establish priorities. He can help gather the resources- were Negroes. lenge of the Loyal Democrats. This committee consists of

public and private needed for the Job. He can identify new some of the most prominent figures In American life: civil

resources of talent and devise new ways of implementing national Black men fought at San Juan Hill, the World War I battle- rights, civic and liberal leaders; Protestants, Catholics and

goals through private as well as public instrumentalies.If fields In France, and on both fronts in World War n. They've Jews; supporters of Vice President Humphrey Senator Eugene

occasionally be must exercise the president's painful pre- spilled a lot of blood in defense of their country, and througn McCarthy, and the late Senator Robert Kennedy; as well as

rogative of pointing this nation down a hard road, he can also it all they have fought in the hope that their sacrifices would such prominent trade union leaders as George Meany and Walter

have the best in our heritage andto our deepest hopes for all earn them the rights other Americans simply tookfor granted. Reuther.

mankind.As The Committee, in addition to its other activities, is also

president I would undertake a total commitment to work That's why we can't fail the veterans returned from Vietnam engaged in a massive fund raising drive. The Loyal Demo-

toward the urgent goals: The Urban League is doing its part by helping 2,000 vet- crats do not have access to party funds.They need money for

erans a month to find housing Jobs,and get back into school. precinct, district and state conventions and they need fundsto
To seek a swift, honorable, lasting peace in Southeast Asia But the sacrifices these men have made makesit imperativefor transport the challenge delegation to and from Chicago and

and to learn the lessons from this painful and costly struggle: this country to make a special effort to bring equality to to defray their expenses at the convention. (Contributions

to reassess our priorities on the basis of a very realistic these determined young men -- and to all who are shut out of should be sent to Mississippi Challenge, Room 315, 217 West

definition.of what is our. national interest-" what is: not; to the system. 125th St., New York, N.Y. 10027)).
neap Duna a worm selling in wnicn con lcts ana
tensions can With the support the Loyal Democrats are receiving from the
be resolved through collective action without bloodshed and to major factions within
the Democratic Party the Mississippi
continue mankind's withdrawal from the brink of nuclear destruction ,
challenge has
PHIL OSSOFER emerged as the most dramatic and the only one
: to help achieve a new reconciliation between remaining .. in the national
spotlight. Nevertheless similar if less spectacular
,
barriers of discrimination inequality and denial of -
opportunity challenges
are being made in Georgia, Alabama, and
; to help create a climate of law observance and more Today's column is going to sider a black skin to mean a North Carolina. These may not be as successful the one in

and more effective machinery for law enforcement which will be a message; a study black black heart, and a white skin Mississippi, but if the Loyal Democrats win in Mississippi,

let our citizens live.and in security- help end squalor and and white. To start with, until to mean a white or "pure" then their victory will lay the groundwork for the eventual

poverty in both rural and urban America and to assist other the black print is impressedon heart. (White is pure? Not according democratization of the Party across the South.

nations in conquering similar scourges in their midst to the white paper, combiningboth to the 12th Chapter of In the meantime, no effort should be spared nationally to
strengthen the new spirit of localism already at work in there Is at
no message Numbers!) support the challenge of the Loyal Democrats of Mississippi,
America in order to achieve more effective solutions where! all. because the
practices of the
regular Democratic organization
the problems are where the people live. Strangely, when man in that State
All progress comes from chooses a material thing which are not only blatantly racist but also utimately

These are only some of the things mentioned by candidate combining things. Noah collected comes in many colors, (Suchas United degrading to the entire system of electoral democracy in the

Hubert Humphrey. Ye Editor read them with much interest. two of each kind beast an automobile), he knows States.

Months ago he let it be known that his choice for the office of for the Ark. Without both, the that one color is not better than The seating by the Chicago Convention of the Loyal Democratic

president was Vice-President Hubert Humphrey.He has had no male and the female, the spe- another. However, when it challenge delegation from Mississippi is the first and

reason to change, and hopes the nominee at the convention be cies would have become ex- comes, to human beings (the indispensable step in involving poor whites, white moderates,

the VicePresident.The spiritual beings), he immedi- and almost a quarter of a million registered black voters in

tinct.There is another combina- ately becomes color-con- changing their lives and in democratizing politics the Stateof
Democrats will hold their convention on August 26 at Mississippi.
Chicago. tion In life that is allImportant scious in a derogatory rnan-
. the self-evident mater r""------*------------------' *

i ial and the must be- ner.Wake I j
to the INSCRIPTION
up spiritual life, ORDER
Discussion of Civil Rights in general is one of the chief top.. sought-for spiritual. Color itself man! If you want to see how j \Uami Times

ics of the day locally and nationally. If you are a televisionfan is a material thing, and( harm is caused through dis- 6530 I
although we do not connect it NW 15th Avenue
you certainly are acquainted with the program Our Bag. In ; crimination in the handling of I
or sitting by the bag are some well known Negro pronosticators up with the spiritual aspectsof the physical man, please note Miami, Florida; 331/17 I

who discuss the Negro's plight in no uncertain terms. If life, It is often used sym that our future is like the black Enclosed please find the of $5.00
evil I sum
you have not done so listen to Mrs.Sylvia Rolle, Bernard Dyer bolically. Thus, an per- of"night because our social to
and Archie Hardwick. son, (regardless of his physical structure (lacking i cover the cost of a one year subscription I
spiritual-I 1 I II
color) Is said to have a
Ity) Is white. When we integrate I I to the Miami Times. I II
Do not black -
neglect reading Sylvia Porter's heart.
story "Civil RightsPressure's
our social structure, intermingling I I I II
on" id Tuesday's Miami Herald. Our physical troubles often
all black with all I I Mail Paper To "
arise because man does not white I
our future will
Under discussion is a district to be known as the "Black be as Address
the the
graSp true meaning of -
bright as the
light of
District district Ye Editor however be It day, regardless -
a approves, hopes, II I
spiritual. In our land of liberty of
will be known officially as the Negro District. whether we are I City ....
there are many men who con- Black or White. =- ..__$tot.... Zip Cod -

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: THE POOR ;f\ ','CAN DO"

: FAMILIES OF MISS. Y 4 ,w.

NEED CLOTHING f I.' .,
4 By Booker T. Hayes t .
j WONT YOU GIVE
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In the August 20th issue of Look Magazine is an artitle en- GENEROUSLYMAIL i
titled "Why I Want The Job,"giving the views of Hubert Hum-
phrey, Eugene McCarthy, Richard Nixon and Nelson Rockefeller TOPLEASE
on their reasons for wanting to be president of the United e
States. At the time this article was written these were the only
men having announced their candidacy for the presidency. I
am writing this column withthe knowledge that in the interestof
;
politics, Ronald Reaganthe Republican Governor of California 5e :
has announced his candidacy while attending the Republican .
National Convention at Miami Beach across the bay. The i0 ;?
article in Look Magazine offers such a microscopic view of
-i464.9
each program, it should serve as a measurement for many of ,
.
the people disenchanted with the long and grueling process of )
S studying campaigns. : ,
t Having read the published statements of each of the four pre- t.L .0' CfSOl"l: ,
viously announced candidates I find that each of them professto !.
know, and be aware of the needs of the country as a whole. t. Vj.CT'
Of the four opinions given, I find it easier to identify myself
with the goals of Hubert Humphrey and Nelson Rockefeller.
But in a reverse order. Having been a registered Democratall
my adult life would have no bearing on my decision if the
opposing candidates from the two major parties should happento
tj to emerge Hubert vs Rockefeller. I would do as I have done in
[ the past and vote for the man I feel better qualified to bring
t'i: about the changes I consider necessary. In 1952 and 1956 I {
voted for Dwight Eisenhower, and in 1960 I voted for John F. bt y S 14nj
\ Kennedy. In 19 641 voted for President Johnson and when voting f
t time arrives in November I will again vote for the individual,
f regardless of party affiliation, whose platform offers me a
sense of identity. By this I mean, the person whose desires
and ambitions seem to offer greater hope and security for me

and mine.In .
discussions with friends andacquaintancesregardingour J' 1 tV
various choices concerning the nominations, I find that too I
f many people vote blindly because of party affiliation. Be they
Democrats or Republicans (and I know very few Negro Republicans I LET'S
I ) they consider it disloyal to vote for someone other thana Negro ForgottenIn
member of their own party. Ifeelparty loyalty is necessary TALK
only when the party's representative is the best man qualified
I for the job. U it becomes necessary for me to push aside my '
j HistoryBy
. own personal convictions to support a party candidate,to h--- POLITICS
! with the party's choice. Win or lose, this is the attitude we
? must take in selecting a person to serve as President of the BY NORMAN E. JONF4 IRV. BETROCKA

t Unied States. We must elect, or try to elect the man whose
, country that disintegrates from within will weaken and
BEWARE NAACP URBAN LEAGUE AND GREEKS
with
solutions and approach to the various problems coincide crumble.
our own. BEARING GIFTS
When I tell my friends my preference for president is Everyone is familiar with the oftenquotedcUches,"beW3re: Black-power advocators for separatism are trying to relinquish
Nelson Rockefeller, they seem dismayed astonished.They of greeks bearing gifts' and "trojan horse," taken from he what It has taken almost 335 years to obtain, deseg-
cite the fact that some of my most controversal columns have story of the Gr e e k s conquering the impregnable fortress of regation. Now it seems as if these Negroes, or AfroAmericans -' ;\
been in defense of democratic candidates, yet they find me Troy by building a large wooden horse,enclosing a number of or I whatever the designation, want to regress back to
pining for the nomination of a Republican who by virtue of all Greek soldiers, bo large that a section of the walls had to be I total separation.Some '
the polls could defeat any of the previously announced Demo- torn down to bring it into the city of Troy, presenting it to the black people in Chicago feel that an all-Negro police I
cratic nominees. I have reached the conclusion that on selec- rulers as a "gift." force should be formed to patrol the Negro ghetto areas. Other /:
ting a candidate for president, the best method is to forget Under the cover of night the Greek soldiers came out of the Negroids are fighting for separate credit unions,and still another -
about party affiliations and study the men involved. The vir- "gift trojan horse," overcome the unsuspecting Trojan guardsand black power structure is actually advocating taking over "
ture and moral convictions of the man should take first pref- the Greek army came through the breech in the walls to some southern state--peacefully if possible--making it an all
erence. These are the things that will dictate his reactions to conquer the previously unconquerable fortress. Subterfuge, Negro state. "
a particular situation. Once we have satisfied ourselves that treachery and the pretense of presentinga"gift of friendship"
the moral character of the individual is compatible with our accomplished what superior military strength had failed to do. Racial discrimination is still part of the black man's American
own, we begin to study his reactions to other conditions that Nazi Dictator Adolph Hitler used the same tactics which was experience and will continue to be for some years. The
exist or arise. We study his ability to field questions on the called "fifth column," by which he corrupted native leaders ofa process of equating two races such as white and black, is not
different problems now in existence.We study his solutionsto country and overran some countries without firing a shot. an overnight occurrance. It is a problem ingrained in the
the various problems to see if by our own standards of logic The "quisling" was added to the language from the example hearts of the American people -- deep and sealed -- one that
they are really feasible. We study his ambitions and accomplishments of a native Norweigan who delivered Norway to Hitler has taken over 300 years to mature, and may take as long to

because they are as representative of the man and became its puppet ruler under the protection of the Nazi forget.
as he is of himself.I military and politican machine. 1954 and
The year witnesses a giant step towards equality,
suggest you read the article in Look magazine. I found it The recent "switchabout" of Roy Wilkins and his NAACP each ensuing year sees more changes come about In favor of
quite interesting and I am convinced it will be enlighteningto and Whitney Young and his "Urban League," embraces the the Negroid race. Negroes 'as well as whites are becomingmore
many. In the final analysis your choice may differ from strategy and tactics of both the "Greeks' and their Trojan aware of the need for one another. They are realizingthe
mine, but the title of this column gives me the right to expressmy Horse and Hitler's "Fifth Column" with their endorsement of waste of precious man-power potential in two separate
views. After-all, this is only my opinion. "Black Power," "Black Nationalists" and their Intention to societies.
move into the depth of the "Black ghetto," to organize the
Black citizens America Is the land of the free, of almost unimaginablewealth
of opportunity for all. It is a land built upon the sweat,
Shacks Must GoAn These two aledgely "safe responsible white struc-
Shotgun power
blood, and muscles of the Negro as well as the white man.
ture sponsored and controlled "Negro leaders and their organizations -
( Editorial) ," have no basis for their claims of "leadershipin The great progress in race relations made during the past
the Negro ghetto citizenry is dramatically demonstratingthese 20 years has been made possible because of the capacity many
Model City residents are up in arms over the possibilitythat false claim of"Leadership" by which they have mulcted individuals and institutions have shown to adopt new ways of
the owner of the much talked about 13 "shotgun shacks billions of dollars from government,philanthropic agencies thinking and behavior. Although serious differences in the
located at the Northwest 61st Street and 22nd Avenue mightbe from corporations and individuals who are now hard pressedby quality and quantity of education,economics,and social equal-
granted permission to move four of these shacks to towardthe their benefactors by their Inability to "control" the Negro ity still persist, adequate steps are forthcoming to help alleviate
rear of the already overcrowded 100 X inn lot In order to citizens in the ghettoes, so now they are seeking to "take the dilemma.
escape demolition to make room for the widening of 22nd Ave. over" the black power nationalist movements, in order to justify -
The discrimination that has been
the
A public hearing before the Metro Zoining Appeals Board is the continuation of these millions of dollars in "gifts" and displayed against Blackman I
has been pervasive that only a small amount of Negroesare
"
scheduled for 9:00 o'clock Monday morning at the Northside "grants.
able to partake In their With and
Shopping Center. To the cliches beware of Greeks bearing gifts," "Trojan opportunities. qualified
The Times has, In several articles, label these shacksas horse" and "Fifth Column" must be added "Roy Wilkins and determined leadership, though, significant changes can be introduced -
in
a relatively short time.
being unfit for human habitation and called their demoli- the NAACP,' Whitney Young and the National Urban Leagueas

tion.It. a synonym for "treacherous infamy.' The affects of the Negro's influence America are inescapable -
goes without saying that buildings of this type certainlyhave Many of the contributions from the Black people, although !
no place in a model city;and we strongly recommend not greatly suppressed during the past centuries,yet remain to be ;
only that the owner's request fora variance denied, but the embraced.The .
necessary steps be taken to rid the community of all theseshacks. LETTERS to EDITOR I
0 Negroid race comprises approximately 10% of the na- '
tion's population. Few of these people are able to realize their
LOVE MORE LOVE potential, struggling In a surf waiting for a wave to knock them
down and out of their real place In society, as it has done so
ill After viewing the possible choices for the Republican Vice many times before. But, waves are being made.and that's r
Your Presidential spot, a thought came to me."Why not put Edward whats disturbing many American people -- not the injustice I
Brooke of Massachusetts In the seat. Everyone likes a little thats done to the black man.
TO MORE PROFITS & PRESTIGE chocolate sometime or the other in life Edward Brooke would
enrichen the creme of the Presidential Candidate. At least, It For many Negroes, the waves will have little effect. They ,
COULD BE ADVERTISINGYOUR } would help to bind the, tide of love between all people. Since have already accepted the self-hatred, sense of impotence, ..
BUSINESS IN the world needs love, more love. Start at the top and show the and inferiority brought upon them by white-America. The :

"b.t .,., 'J-.!.... world that it can be done right here in America.Get "Black Fact" has been accepted so many.times before, that
the band color in the its effects are almost inescapable- at least many Negroes a
I m )l .jJf on wagon, put some top position.
think so. This belief about inferiority keeps the Negro locked "jl
CALL US TODAY! Yours for more love among all people,' in prison we have all made--black and. white devoid of any
Ruth S. Sands. light. I


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.! THE MIAMI TiMES Friday, Auqust 9, 1968

Mnr l.n.K President is FAMU Commencement_ _ Speaker
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From 1946 to 1367 ur.Glos- and Chairman of the
Dr. Hugh M.Gloster,president degree !in English,and Atlanta t Or w s Professor of English munications Center Com.
of Morehouse College, University, where he received ton at Hamp.
Institute.U
n d e r his
the same lead.
Atlanta, Ga., has been named the M. A. degree in ership the
commencement speaker for field. Later he entered New Center Communications
.BY CLARICE LITTLES the summer commencement York University, where he received became one of the

Miami Times Society Editor exercise at Florida A&M University the Ph.D.degree in En- country's language departments.outstanding college 0

Friday, August 23. glish. !:
Fred and Zola Brooks of palatka were recent visitors to The exercises will be held in '!;'

Miami for a visit with friends. Lee Hall Auditorium at 6p.m. During World War lI Dr. liberty City Child 'f

It's a full house at the Arthur(Mary)Kings of 1795 NW 83rd Gloster was a professionalstaff
Dr. Gloster has been
Street. Here from Bainbridge, Ga. are Mr. and Mrs. Floyd professionally member with USO. Aftera OpportunityCenter !
(Effie) Hurd and daughter, Alice and her children. active as adminis- as a USO Program Di-
trator teacher writer year
,
Attending the annual reunion of lien Normal last week were speaker, USO wartime execu- rector at Fort Hauchuca,Ari- lOur t.
Annette McNeal,Hazel Wright and Olivia Rogers. Hazel was tive, and American represen- zona, he served two years as monthly Parent meetIng '
the featured speaker at the banquet. tative in educational and tech- a USO Associate Regional was held July 30. We had 1 s

More traveling for Bob and Hazel who toured Mexico visited nical programs in foreign Executive Atlanta. While with headquartersin in this officehe as guest speaker, Harold W

Hemis-Fair at Dallas then on to Fayetteville, N. C. to visit countries.He conducted a course in USO Hines, parent involvements
pee fa 11 s t from
Bob's relatives. ... Central
theAt- --- --
began his higher educational Police and Practice at
office to
speak to
DR. HUGH M. GLOSTER our parents i
Some of the members of the Miami Branch of the Greater LeMoyne College, lanta University School of So- Commencement Speaker concerning the importance
.
of
Miami Urban League jetted to New Orleans for the Annual where he received the B. A. cial Work. good parent involvement. His

Conference. Among those who made the trip were Eugenia talk was both informative and
Mitchell, Muriel Vaughns, Ann LIndsey, Juanita Plessey, interesting.At .
Maude Reid, Dewey Knight, John Simms, and Talmadge Fair. present we are working

Sharon Alexis Smith and Eddie W. Wallace were married with the Nutritionist and the
Saturday in Corpus Christ Catholic Church. Sharon is the Health Department towards
daughter of Mrs.Eloise Pinder Smith, 544 NW 49th Street. The rr better Eating Habits, and
bridegroom, son of Mrs. Mattie Wallace, 4202 NW 24th Ave. Health Practices, for the
After a wedding trip to Nassau the couple will live in Miami. children.We .
want to thank all volunteers -
Ruth Moore and daughters, Karen and Kimberly visited their who h a v e contributed
sister and aunt (Mrs. Mary Grattie)in Washington,D. C. Upon time to our center, and also
their return the family motored over to Tampa to visit rela- all persons making In-Kind

tives. Contributions, including the

Dorothy Mae Sampson and Samuel James Futch were mar- Jewish War Veterans, Post
ried in 682, Louis Kandal (Chaplain)
Saturday Saint John's Baptist Church. The bride,
daughter of Mrs. Rosa Lee Bryant, 5801 NW 11 Avenue. The for donations of toys,clothing,
bridegroom, son of Mrs.Willie A If red Futch, 1764 NW 57th St. and other items, amounting to
i over $100.00 for the month of
Cherry Anna Boggess has returned home. That's why her .
Mom (Cherry Mills Boyer) is all smiles.Cherry Anna will be July.A speedy recovery is wish-
at home while hubby (Wilson Boggess) completes his studiesat ; ed for the mother of Ruby Higgins -
Paul Quinn College, Waco, Texas. a teacher in room 8.

Gloria Branham, daughter of Mrs. Mary Branham, 7139 NW Howard Alumni Left to right: Mrs. Pat Morisey, Washington, D.C. Mrs. Leander Bennett, assistant
16th Ave., is the winner of the contest at St. Paul A ME Church. Brenda Brown, Director-Howard University Office of Alumni teacher, and reporter, is
She is Miss St. Paul. A title she earned by raising $273.00. Affairs, Dr. E.J. Braynon, President, Miami H.U.Alumni Club; leaving on vacation for Clear-
Gloria and her family are active members of the church. She Staff Visits Mrs. Franciel Tookes, Miami; Mrs. Eleanor Gibson, Miami; water, Tramps, High Springs,
was awarded a trophy, a trip Jacksonville the conferenceand Mrs. Betty Gough, Washington, .D.C. Standing Left to right; Ft. White, Lake City, Green
cash. Congratulations! atty. H.L. Braynon, Miami; D.R. Thomas, Miami;Dr.J.E. Cove Springs, through Tampa,
Among the summer graduates at Barry College who earned HereThe White, Miami; E.J. Strachan, Miami; Dr. C.M. Smith, Miami; and then returning to our fair

Master's degrees are John Albert McKinney, Fannie Thurston, J.S. Brown, A.A. Morisey i Director of Public Relations, city.We
Catherine Mapp and Jesslyn Brown. South Florida membersof Howard University; Dr. G.K. Sands, Miami, M. Kendrixs,Jr., are glad to welcome back
the Howard University H.U. Alumni Office; Atty. W.D. Ferguson Miami; L.A. Hill, from vacation, our director,
Wilhelmina Sands travelled to ahead of schedule In
Chicago
Williams.LORY'S
Rudy .
Alumni Association recently Howard University Alumni Office.
order to visit her son, Charles before attending the National
held a special meeting at t>je
) t
Federation of Women's Clubs meeting in that city.
law oftlceb'M at the w s,
Members of th e W. A. Chapman Board of Greater Bethel Braynon and Mapp. The group #
AME Church will host a miscellaneous shower for bride-elect met with Mrs. Brenda Brown, ,r
Carlotta Louise Rhetta on Saturday, August 10 at the home of Director of the Howard University o ..
Mrs. Henry (Nettie) Roberson, 2307 NW 68th Street. Office of Alumni Affairs 6 4

Alma Crawford and daughter, Judy are visiting her sister, i and three members of ,
Edna Williams in Connecticut. her staff. Also attending was ;tl
Mr. A.A. Morisey,Director of to
Wedding Bells will ring for Elona Harmon and Dr. Howard the Howard University Dept.of J
Hadley, Jr. on Saturday, August 10 in Saint Mary's Cathedral.The Public Relations. t;.I"t
.
bride-elect, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfonza Harmon, If
1270 NW 53rd Street.bridegroom,son of Mrs. Flora Dean & &
Hadley and Dr. Howard A. Hadley, Sr. Howard University has j
placed great emphasis on the
Here from Los Angeles is Myrtle Hepburn for a vacation establishment of a strong and
with relatives and friends. effective Alumni Associationin

Mrs. Monroe (Miriam) Davis and children, Edwinand Cyn- the South F lor Ida Area.
this of Philadelphia are visiting their grandmother, Mrs.Hen- Large numbers of Howard's 4j
rietta Sears. graduates and students are t1 ,

The Kermit Gibsons (Chenena) and children, Michael and from the Carribean and Latin "i : .w.
Cecile of Stapleton Garden's, Nassau were the houseguests America and these people are : { 'J
Cleora Brooks, 5930 NW 19th Avenue. constantly in and out of the .. ":, .
South Florida A / <{
area. strong .
Pauline Smith and nephews, Gary Allen and Edward Davisof ': -
Miami l' fl'
Chapter would be in a
the Bronx have extended their vacation in order to visit '.J.. i
position to make a major con-
Nassau before returning to New York.
tributuion to the Universit.In LENDS HELPING HAND TO CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP BAPTIST
Shirley Carey along with daughters, Debra, Theresa and
Faye have returned to Miami and have settled in their new CHURCH
the Miami
home as daddy, Captain Norman Carey was shipped out to do eight graduates area of the there Howard are Bock row 'left to right: Sandra Cooper, Doreen Barham, Elouise/ Cropp

duty in Vietnam. University VCollege of j r and Maria Collier; Front row left to right: Patricia Johnson, Sherry Louis; ,

Get well wishes to Adriana F.Smith who underwent surgeryat Dentistry, seven graduates of Silva Collier, Angela Rene Kelly and Terry Collier are shown here as they
Cedars of Lebanon hospital and is now recuperating at home. the school of law, seven grad proudly model fabulous fashions
by .
Houseguesting with the James (Lizzie) Peltier's are Wini- uates of the Liberal arts Col- Lory's.These
fred Munnings and Naomi Burroughs of Nassau. lege, four graduates of the lovely young ladies, along with many more just as lovely will show

Jetting to Nassau for rest and relaxation and business were Graduate school and two graduates their wares when the Youth of Christian Fellowship Baptist Church presents

Maggie Newbold and mother, Ada Starks of Detroit. of the S c h oo lof Engineering an "Array of Fall and Back to School Fashions," Sunday, August 11 beginning

Dorothy Edwards reason for her :absence! from her home and Architecture. at 3:00 p.m. at the Bonded Rental Agency Auditorium, 4150 NW 7th Ave.

was the death of her brother--la Ferman Martin,(Mable's Donation is $1.00.J Refreshments will be served.

hubby) professor at Edward Waters College, Jacksonville. Attending the meeting were All fashions for this gala affair are being furnished by Lory's (Edison
Theresa Miller returned to her Opa-locka home after visiting two graduates from Miami, Ft. Center) and
her uncle and aunt in Detroit, the Stanley Newbolds.We Lauderdale and West Palm dinator. assistant store manager Dee Dee Lawrence is serving as coor

welcome to our city the members of the Funeral Di- Beach, and Howard University
Classes from 1929 to 1968 In addition to the fashions shown above find complete
rectors and Morticians who are meeting in our city this week. you'll always a
This evening they entertain friends at the Grand Ballroom were represented. line of glamorous fashions for back-to-school or your wardrobe at Lory's

Sheraton Four Ambassadors. (Edison Center), teenage and adult fashion center of South Florida.Our .

Mrs. Betty Coffee and her son Davin and Miss Sheila Davis, fabulous fall fashions are in . Come see the beauties.
visiting with her nephews Mr. and Mrs. Clarence E. Mitchelland my
son In Cincinnati, last week. Sizes 3. 20 OPEN 9T09

Beverly T. Moss has been awarded William Hertz schol- dressmaker
arship for the 1968-69 school term. Miss Moss is a native of
Miami and the daughter of Mrs. Alma Streeter who reside at 6026 NW 7th Av.nu. L

Accounting.1075 NW 83rd Street. ** .. is a sophomore and is majoring in New- Ready- Exclusive Wear RY'S c LGOt\[!)

Popular Prices
International Free Accepted Modern Masons and Eastern r
Bettor drossos mad to
Stars held their 18th Supreme Convention, July 22 27, at moasuro. Alterations fast LORY'S FASHION SHOPS EVERYWHERE!
Sheraton Blackstone Hotel, In Chicago. Adgnoe Bradshawwas and fro.. (tnd.f) .
one among many professional models, Thursday, July 25. 6112 IIW 1th AVENUE (EDISON CENTER)





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National Postal Employees. to Meet Here Aua. 19-24 i:

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August 19-24 are the dates Times, and do plan to attend mess sessions and several In the,beautiful. # Eden Roc Hotel + Ij
of the Na 11 on a 1 Alliance of the local program. All bus- the socialaffalrsaretobehdldSinging 'on fabulous Miami Beach. .:
Postal 1 and Federal convention -

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w Monday night August 19 Is s .
L the local program and the .1 10,11t a; ; ;/.M ,
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public is Invited to attend. .; ;, '. .
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Local dignitaries expectedto ,
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THE LITTLE RED BOOK: The long-awaited merger of Dr bring greetings from the

Howard Alva Hadley Jr the MD and beauteous state and local government. ahq', . . s, .
t Elona Alfreda Harmon will at long last Many social activities are
'J hit the social marquee come SaturdayAug.( beign planned for the delegatesand dRy 1
10) . Catholic ceremonies are tabbed for I their f r lends,during the # \ .
:: Saint Mary's Cathedral where the Sacrament evening hours. t T
p of Holy Matrimony and the celebration Ed Hanna and his workers HOw SHOWING
of the Nuptial Mass will be pronounced are working diligently make / MIAMI DRIVE-IN
i . The Alfonza Harmons are parents of \dt: this convention the greatest in THEATRETELEVISION
I the brldelovely-to-be and Dr Howard Alva all of the 55 year existence.He ,
: Hadley the DDS and Flora Dean-Hadley are .:1I I Is convention chairman.
t DOD and mom of the handsome groom in- Continue to follow the
waiting . A reception follows immediately after at 1270 coming events In the Miami 1(
Northwest 53rd Street.
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THE LITTLE RED BOOK: The long-awaited merger of Dr rl $ -'
Howard Alva Hadley Jr the MD and beauteous Elona Alfreda f' gst. .ao
Harmon will at long last hit the social marquee come Saturday 3iiI.m
(Aug. 10) ..Catholic ceremonies are tabbed for Saint Mary's
Cathedral where the Sacrament of Holy Matrimony and the NOW SHOWING -

celebration of the Nuptial Mass will be pronounced . The MIAMI DRIVE-IN
Alfonza Harmons are parents of the bridelovely-to-be andDr hHHBBIMHILHBBHLUH /r--
Howard Alva Hadley the DDS and Flora Dean-Hadleyare pop ANNOUNCEMENT *

and mom of the handsome groom-in-waiting . A reception JACKSON'S TODDLE INN r
follows Immediately after at 1270 Northwest 53rd Street. registration begins, Monday, 'i; ,\ .
NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Herb's Blurb: "Miami News Re- August 12, from 10 a.m. 6 ..
porter Paul Wyche will be taktngaleave-of-absencefrom the p.m. daily, 3038 NW 48th Ter.
paper and Joining the .local War on Poverty agency as Public 634-4308. M
Star, Billy Daniels, center, meets with
Affairs Director on August 20" ? Our Man Walter Winchellin
town to cover the Republican Convention for the New York several students at the site of Florida Memorial A i tn

Knickerbocker his Manhattan outlet.. .We haven't talked with JOBMOBILE LOCATIONS College and its president, Dr. Royal W. Puryear,
WW since the night Sugar Ray Robinson fought Holly Mims of Monday, August 12 through right.

Washington D.C. In the Miami Stadium arena several semes- Friday August 16, 7:30 a.m. The famous singer of "0// Blade Magic"
ters ago.SALT. to 4:30 p.m. NW 12th Avenue
fame was appearing at the Diplomat hotel I and is .
WATER TAFFY: Helen Troutman vacationing in San and 54th Street. (Grandway). an MODEL 11P50A WITH
alumnus of the school.
Jose, California with the Leroy(Marva) Worthys family .
Mazie Rawls-Edge ill at Jackson Memorial. .. Bernell Saw- The students are Garth C. Reeves, Jr., left PRIVATE LISTENING

yer a 25-year veteran employee in the Public Works Depart- SEWING MACHINE Cindy Welsome and Brenda Barson, second from EARPHONE
ment at the U. S. Naval Station in Key West quotes this rib- SPECIAL right.
tickler with much gusto; "A'int Nobody in the World I Fear!" 3 DAYS ONLY $5.00
. The Jefferson (Jennie) Reaves family vacationing out on
the Coast at Los Angeles. W.will 1 dan. -SUMMER POLICY-
oil and
adjust
THE WEEK'S WASH: The Lawrence (Carolyn) TownsendsSr my sewing DOWNCall
named him Lawrence Jr. The Blue Bundle arrived August machine regardless ggc
4 in Cedars of Lebanon weighing 6 Ibs 10 oz . Tongues are I el age
wagging that the recent death of a veteran Miami minister or condition

brought to the local scene Wife No. 1 who after 40 years, entered CALL G\ : 751-5629 ;\
from a foreign port to claim the minister's body from : i'
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Wife.No.! 2 . The Charles W. (CT) Thomas-Elizabeth Rolle I 685-1564 REQUIRED CREDIT '
forthcoming merger is hotter than the fire that sizzled while
Rome burned. . And don't be too, too surprised if Thomas'ex
(recently divorced) Lillian Johnson follows the pair into a 6215 N.W.. 7 Ave.THE P:
matrimonial plunder.
STUFF AND SUCH: Private-eye Dodd Johnson should be FINEST IN PHOTOGRAPHY ALSO:

rewarded a political plum for his aspirations and efforts to- Studio HoursDAILY FURNITURE
ward a government post. . Pioneer Miamian William Sands Mine APPLIANCES I.

passed on August 3 . Mrs George (Anna Belle Harris) An- -'13 P.M. TO 7 P.M. STEREOSW.T
derson sporting a snazzy blue'68 Corvette.. Jimmie (Scoop)
Bethel should know that the SS clan --Dolly, Gayle and Ivern a
-- are vacationing in New York City for a month . Janet By Appointment Only!
Roberts and friend to Nassau and
Shirley over on a hop, skip NOW SHOWING WELLS
jump trip.SCRATCH. MIAMI DRIVE-IN CLOSED WEDNESDAYS COMPANY

MY BACK: Items of Forget-Me-Not: BeatriceEve's THEATRE 24 HOUR ANSWERING SERVICE! 45 N. W. 54th Street
brother Kenneth Clark and Janie Reeves' mother Mrs .
Janie Henderson were both buried on July 10, . Pioneer barf SPECIAL RATES TO 'ORGANIZATIONS/ Miami, Florida 33127KING'S
ber and Dade County real estate owner rotund Alexander Lane *
was slain by a gunman's bullet on the same date (July 10) as ]
the Clark and Henderson burials ...Both Transfiguration and |
Frontiers International "Dreamboat" Biscayne Bay moonlight :
cruises fizzed out(with last minute notices) because of boat ;-
litigation. GO-GO LOUNGEOPEN
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SWEETS TREATS: The Samuel (Alice Dean) Harrison's
baby-beaut Adria should be winding up her stx-weekssesslon UNTIL 6:00: A. M.
in the Spanish division of the Midwestern music and art campat V
the University of Kansas In Lawrence (Kan) . After 5625 Pembroke Road if
houseguesting with Jean Parks-Lattimore for a week the John .l I'\
(Jeanette) Johnsons (she's Jean's sis) returned their home- Carver Ranches
base In Trenton New Jersey. ..Former FAMU football great I

John D.Hurls and his squaw down from Tallahassee with their Every minute anda
2 papooses visiting sister Anna Belle Harrls-Anderson and her
FEATURING CHARLES COLLIE'SThe
hubby George. half. .someone ,
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MIAMI MUSINGS: Grace Heastie-Patterson and her 3 fledglings calls AAMCO Unbeatable "I I

Craig, Damon and Keva will remain down from Washington -
week AAMCO satisfies more
D. C. with Mother Heastie until the end of August, spend- than Every 10.000 transmission problems. Soul h' '
Corrupters
ing an entire month among family and friends . The Carl You get free towing. a free road :
(Mlllicent) Hendersons are feeding the bottle to little Deidre check fast efficient servicemosttImes And with
in just one day. .'
STARRING LITTLE BOBBY JR.
who first saw the daylight scene on June 13 in Cleveland Ohio AAMCO. your transmission can be.
Myrtis Seymour of Our Town is the proud grandmommy of the protected by over 500 ARMCO Centers .t
coast to coast. MR. ALVIN and Dance Man '
7-weeks-old . Mrs Ethel Smith is a happy Harlem vacationer Every minute and a half someone - Song
with her son for the summer. povesYou a
can trust yourtransmission
to AAMCOI

CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: Mrs Ida Webb and daughter
Irene Williams have finally made up their minds to become
members of Transfiguration Episcopal Opa-locka. They Taallsaluloots Fri. August 2nd
aver that the Journey is too far continue membership at their
church in downtown Miami . Theresa pena's handsome 11I1.,,,,,. ......., T,_,..,.. 'jtHIe".,. 9:30: UNTILADMISSION
hubby Aubrey Holder died suddenly during the week in Man- OPEN DAILY 8 TO 6 /
SAT. 8 TO NOON
hattan. They are Riverside Drive cliff-dwellers inUptownNew: -
York. DeweyClara)Knights n and little Dewey ni are DOWNTOWN MIAMI ? $1.00I

vacationing in Nassau on their first hop to the Islands. The trio E4N.E..20THST.PHONE .
hopes to run Into Clara's dad Harold Brown, already roundingout
his vacationigbts'there . That's it brother, from your 311-8411
one-man-newspaper, who knows everybody and everybody's
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I Along The:: Lisa is DisappointedWhere MINIIN& THEATRE DRIVE' m HELD

# lERVKg OVER!
: Are All
Avenue
: HERE'S PROOF YOU'LL
The Good Looking Men?

By "SOUL BROTHER" LIKE OUR PRINTING ? ON LIYW
THOMAS MUSICANA BAR W
f Quality Job; Budget Price

Johnny Light Alford Heavyweight says the reason boxer, 500 N.W. 54th Street sI No job Too Large or Small

he's wearing his hair "au na-
Met Time
Deadlines on
tural" because he says he's .
fighting the No.2 Light-heavy e Satisfaction Cuaranteed }
weight contender Eddie (Boss x
Man) Jones, and he needs hairon Miami Times .4 r
his head because of his opponents -

hand whipping pun- Clyde & Frank
Call OX 10421
ches . but he says(quote)
I'm going to tag him . .
PRESENT
THIS WEEKEND
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THURSDAY & FRIDAY
Berry Wilson, Jr. switched
jobs from the H. &R commission -
to his new post in property
maintenance. 0I
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Newest membership repre- P
sentative at the East Florida
division of the AAA Is George 'AI TIRE FTlttf
wre TANK
McQueen. TKT UVI tEEl I '
* * * * ESERTTNINE:' I 1
Once upon a time somethingnew A.S.Nt
was called a "fad" . L rffrtSTRANBAZ Plus 2nd Outstanding Hit
guess you'll have to add an"s"
. this year's fads: sweat The Good Bad & Ugly
shirts with latest slang "Sockit
to me" . necklace(men With Clint Eastwoodat
wearing them too) with apple THEATRE 10:3Oonly
seeds and nut she 11s,tiger THE PRECISIONSSATURDAY u.Tr In.IT*b ST.Aa .

tusks, tennis shoes(with heels noNttrT
out) bushy Afro and hip pocket & SUNDAY r Ttu I,
wide-tooth comb ..while an- '
other has his colored silk undershirt -. *
showing, shirt tied a Now
"sarong" and a Turkish towel LIB
over his shoulder . The Regu\O{
CITY Showing
more sophisticated "swing Betty ,
ers" with the Nehru Jacket wit!!:I eS
"chain" and Iron cross, and First Miami Run Pr\t
for those who can afford it the Wright
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"full dress Nehru suitand I
fez," circular black glassesand I KOBERTMAKTIH
hanging out with the
"barefoot hippies" with bushy MITCHUMBEAN
hair and beards . what and -I
who's culture does that represent tL1 .'l ; ...the hellfire gambler ...the gunfire preacher

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Model City canvasser walk-
ing back to the office with
shoes in her hands . Said ;! 111A I :DI
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she never had to walk "that
far" to school. ..her district
was a block away from the office ,
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in the Stevens Plaza.
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The very charming secre \\ (
tary-receptionist inthe Miami
Times office is: Eunice Davis.
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Your boss says you will have *
orchids on your desk this week *
from Perry's Florist. ------
. . . . I : raid
cheat I w.atihUrlg,.. ,
Sam & Dan
send your news to "Soul Bro' thenallheir!
ther' Thomas,c/o Mary Elizabeth
broke loose!
Hotel, 642 NW 2nd Ave. WEDNESDAY NIGHT LADIES NIGHT _
Miami. I Irninthpprnduifrnf(
Cash Cash Cash Cash the,nn'nr hauP. Un>rr, ttiunnlht &
!: at the 0.k. < malo1ld
THURSDAY NIGHT: -a last 1 rant trrnn" Lunhili.
Continued from page 2 BOBBY MARSHALL'S AMATEUR HOUR
AND WEIGHT LIFTING CONTESTCash
BLACK DELEGATESAND Prizes

ALTERNATES JL-
COMING ATTRACTIONS

ghns, Mrs. Margaret L.Dyer
23rd
August
Mrs. A. MarieSmallwood
Mrs. Audrey C.Taylor,alter- ,
nates.

MASSACHUSETTS: Clar- tZT
ence R. Elam and Senator Ed-
ward Brooke, delegates. Bea-

trice Simkind, alternate. JOe 4s
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MICHIGAN: Earl Kennedy, .
delegate. Tom A h art, alter- > f /
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nate-at-large. William 1110h
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Brooks, Jr., JamesCooperand QU r t
y., COt AI. j'1Ii
B. F. Smith, alternates. "", 0"I,
MINNESOTA: Mrs. Mayme
Green, alternate. STUB
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MISSOURI: Arthur O. Mar- *
tin, Mrs. Samantha Cunning-
ham and Troy Bradford, al- ",
ternates.
NEVADA: Woodrow Will-

son, delegate. *: FRANK WILLIAMS ROCKETEERS
NEW JERSEY: J. Herbert STEVE M QUEEN
Leverett, alternate. Mrs. FEATURING
Gretchen Waples, alternate- .lUEVAOASMmr KARL MAWEN
LITTLE BEAVER & LOUIS HOWARD2SHOWSNIGHTLY

at-large.NEW YORK: Dr. Sandy S. I ..,....., BfllAN KEITH

Ray,Arthur Bramwell,HaroldC. . -_.." .: .''''. .. ARTHUR KEI NEIIYCHILDREN
BOBBY I '''
MARSHALL :
M.C. :
Burton and Alphonso Wyatt, .. f UNDER .. .BUlANNE PlESIIEm'
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delegates. DeIghton Edwards, N.W. 6th ST. & 3rd AVE.FR 3-3381
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students from Miami

I '9 . were among a group of 141 'I
named to the honor roll at Be- ,\
11 thune Cookman College end- \
BY DAVE BONDU ,
ing the second semester, .
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1967-68, according to Harrland -
F. DeShields, registrarand
Mrs. Beulah McCollum, president of the AFDC Mother's director of admissions.The .
Congress, went before the Dade County Commissioners Tues- 11
day with a memorandum protesting the closing of the nightly students from Miami
Family Planning Clinics by the Dade County Health Dept. due include Harold K. Brown, a f' ,
to lack of funds. The EON lost the Child-Spacing Clinics because :.ra Junior majoring in pre-engi- .
of lack neering with a 3.59 average; Mrs. Anna Ruth Hampton
of funds and the Health Department picked the i
Welsenia A. Jackson, Junior, wishes to a n n o u n c e the wed
program Up. However, their proposal for $250,000 that was
__ physical education 3.13 ding other duaghter, MadalenaM.
;
submitted to the Department of Health,Education and Welfare --T
Juanita soci- Foster to Sam Jr. the
has not Lucky, Junior, son
been
approved, and subsequently, the county did not
ology, 3.25 and Mildred C. of Rev. and Mrs. C.J. King.
come up with any money or additional funds therefore forcing
Peters, senior, sociology, The wedding is planned for
the clinics to close. "The closing of these clinics have pro- '
3.00. Saturday, Aug. 10.
duced the following situations, she claims:It has placed a tre- -- -
mendous hardship on those mothers in dire need of this ser-
vice because the ladies who attended the clinics at night findit

convenient to do so because they have jobs during the'day; GALA WEEK
because of the over crowded condition of the day clinics, manyof in
the mothers who would take time off from their jobs to con-
tinue their appointments will be turned away because of the The Parisian Room
lack of personnel and facilities; for those mothers who can-
not take time off from their Jobs because they need the moneyso Makeba Featured In African
desperately, this means no service for them at all. The Double

The memorandum adds, "The Day Family Planning Clinics Music FestivalOn
are overcrowded for the following reasons: Many of the Cuban Deck Lounge

Refugees who are relocated to other parts of the country re- Sunday, July 21, Harlem Minim" and "Mas Que Nada"a
turn to Miami(about 75%). Upon their return they are inelli- returned to its Motherland as Brazilian tune made popular 128 NW 19TH ST.
gftle for services through the regular Cuban Refugee! Pro- *
Tony Lawrence's Harlem Cultural by Sergio Mendes' vocal PRESENTINGW.C.
gram and therefore along with the rest of the poor"they have Festival before a crowdof group.

Jammed the already overtaxed public medical facilities." 15,000. By far the most All in all, Miss Makeba gavea
The quality of services is affected by the overcrowded con- colorful of his first three pro- convincing performance and BAKER
ditions. As many as 90 cases sometimes show up for serviceat ductions, Lawrence, the pro- Harlem Loved every minute of
the day time family Planning clinics.It is reported that 200 ducer and director gave his it. *
or more cases are being turned away each month because they many fans and admirers another OdetaesCo.
cannot be serviced. Furthermore, the patients that are being exciting and funfilled TOOTHACHE ..
served are not getting quality care because of the tremendouswork show. OMt Mffw. tiwy. Ct OM-Jf L, ta MCMMiton .I
sit r IM.fro* iMMMftl Hi*
tM.NUn FEAt *
load. Over the last two years, we have seen a decreaseof Naturally the center of attraction nit M-MI.< .*,million I *..-.i*..OM-ML tut IKorejol wrIwiMrt. l.i URIHG
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1,000 maternity cases in the county.This points out the fact for the afternoon was tl'ti. is1.fm.cl,a f tot ,.......1 ,

that Family Planning is beginning to have a successful af- Miriam Makeba, the interna- *?2; = COJ"it
fect upon the birth rate, especially that of the poor. Jackson tionally famed singer from
Memorial Hospital has been a continued concern of METRO South A f r I c a. Dressed in a % -
because of the high cost of operation.It appears logical that if beautiful beige African gown \
maternity cases are decreased among the poor then the cost with black sequin designs anda 'f.Thompson
of Operation of Jackson will also decrease.During the opera- black turban, Miss Makeba
tion of the Family Planning,Clinics, mother have received sang a medley of tunes both in
health education;a thorough physical: examination- which many English and her native tongue . . . . . . .. . . . ..

times is the only physical: that a poverty stricken mother receives that kept the audience listening 4ADDED ATTRACTIONS
during the course of year... And these physical: ex- for sixty minutes. Among the : FRIDAY & SATURDAY : 1.'
aminations have brought light many casesof cancer,tumors, more familiar were "What is Mr. Lee & '
breast tumors, and some venereal disease and other medical Love," "Pata Pata," "Who :. : ,,
problems. Because of these discoveries upon examination In Needs Love," and the "Click t'
these clinics, many mother's lives have been saved because Song." Also included in her NOW SHOWING : Exotic Dancer Tina :
they received the proper care in time. repetoire were Jeremy tay- F MIAMI DRIVE-IN .
Another contention is that through adequate spacing of child lor's "A Piece of Ground" THEATREKllGHT *.* * *'* * * * * * ** * * *

ren, the mothers become healthier, the number of childrenare song in Broadway hit "Wait a
reduced which benefits the family economically possibility -
of infant reduces the likeli-
mortality very sharply
hood of premature births which could result In brain damageto Getting music to sound right in a

a newborn child. A taxpayer spends an average of $100,000for BEAT studio is a matter of getting a
each child born with brain damage within his lifetime.
perfect balance of elements.99f
The C busty Commission voted to look-intothe matter and

asked County Manager Porter Homer to see lithe clinics can Clyde & Frank The same thing, I expect, appliesto
be re-opened and placed under the County Welfare Depart
ment. An indepth study will be made and reported by the Corn- WMBM D.J. getting a great gin..a perfect

asked County Manager Porter Homer to see lithe clinics can balance of elements..dryness.flavor.

be re-opened and placed under the County Welfare Depart PRESENTSCLYDE the works.That'swhat I find inGordon's
ment. An indepth study will be made and reported by the Com-
mission for possible action. A good Job, well done. Gin."'


PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Minerva Dixon Roy Eaton Composer Pianist:Music Director of Benton &Bowles, fne,one of
PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Harry Margolesky(Florida the nation's largest advertising agencies: winner of Koscluszko Foundation
tint Chopin Award; International recitalist. recording artist for Mace Records.
State Theaters) > '-..
VIP OF THE WEEK: Billy Role /tlti:

MOTHER OF THE WEEK: Mrs. Rose Moore '<'tN,0...: : :a>
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QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: It's nice to know that Dade

County Public Safety Director, E. Wilson Purdy, Dade's top FRANK- a
cop keeps his men on their toes as far as this column is,con- '\ '4j
cerned. Every time I write about somebody complaining GREATER MIAMI'S 1968 TALENT SHOW t,

against a policeman, or feeling that he has been mistreated, j.
Lt. Keller and Sgt. Latks call me to find out what is behind the ONE NIGHT ONLY FRIDAY AUGUST 16 ,I II I
story. If the City of Miami was as concerned, as the County /
THE WORLD STARS OF TOMORROW
Relations I Chief t t'j
police about Community am sure Headley :
would have less problems in our area,and a better department LITTLE BEAVER BETTY WRIGHT
gas a whole. Our hats are off to"top cop" Purdy and his staff LOUIS HOWARD THE MARVELLS .
of trained personnel. . The grand opening of the Tropicana MARTHA WILLIAMS HELENE SMITH
Club In Nassau (The Playboy)was really GRAND.Jeff Addams THE LITTLE GROVERS MR. PERCULATORTHE J
received a standing ovation from the folks,and everybody who THE MOVERS REFLECTIONS 0
was anybody showed up to acknowledge peanuts Taylor and SAM & DAN MARY HYLOR .

George Symonette in this beautiful club... Our deepest sympathy THE PROFESSIONALS CECIL THE GREAT .. !
to S. L. and Annette McNeals and the Robbie Wrights THE BELL BROTHERS LITTLE CORACLARANCE
in the loss of mother Anna Edwards.Mother Edwards was our REED
SHERON ROBINSON
mother of the week Just last week,and was moving toward her EDDIE HOLLOWAY AL & JACKIE
97th birthday...How about Senator Edward Brooke ? ? 7 Thatis THEM TWO MARVEL STEVENTTHE
it for this wee k. Til the ne x t one LIVE LIFE EVERY TWANS FRANK BELLAMY

GOLDEN MINUTE OF IT . PEACE! RALPH LAMAR THE VOQUES ; ;- "i
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WILLIE HAMP., CHARLES GLASCOMusic
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WHO ADVERTISE IN THE t ,
MERCHANTS by Miami's No. 1 Soul( Band The Frank William t c

MIAMI TIME ARE TELLING YOU THEY' Rocketeers. Judges members of NATRA Notional As- Gordon's Gin,created In --
DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU. and Record Co. London England In 1769.
APPRECIATE sociation of TV and Radio Announcers Ira the biggest teller In fngland. ". '
ARE COURTEOUS DEPENDABLE. the local America,and the world.
THEY This show is designed to expose outstanding ,
PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM! talent in the Greater Miami area. I
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The Community School

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The basketball team lost to Barnes and Gregory.

HappeningBy North Dade by a score o f 69

to 53.The coaches, Mr.Lonnie Visiting the Community

Coleman, Mr. Joseph Pieze
School
Program
on last
Garth C. Reeves, Jr. and Mr. Richard Smith were day evening was Mr. William Mon.
about the scores but
unhappy Lehman, elected school
board
Unfortunately we have fallen into me last month of summer. saw progress in fundamentals, member. Mr. Lehman donated

It's like every teenager to try topileall of the past happenings citizenship, and team spirit. to the tennis program which Is

Into our final month. We're hoping thatatleast one out of our Miami Northwestern,Allapat-1 instructed by Mrs. Marion

two parents will understand our restlessness and cope with It tah Junior and B. T. Washington Allen tennis balls p.
and
re-
gently; allowing us to go a little more than usual and to use lost to Brownsville by defaults stringing of a tennis

our own discression about time. I in softball and volley- Thanks to Mr. Lehman.racket
Also
I often wonder if a parent realizes how much of a role he or / ball. Whar's the matter: Lulu, visiting
I was Mr.Willie Joe
she plays in the character development of their children.At Julia and Daniels? Wright
Community School Director .
ages 16-18., how many responsibilities are allowed a at Naranja Elementaryand

teenager? What is expected of us to do as teenager? Do some r LO his aides.Comments

kids take advantage of special privileges given them? U so Winners in Ping Pong last favorable about the Browns-were
Im'I
I ask again: Do parents realize how much of a role they playin week were: James Philpot, ville
Community School
the character development of their children? Maxie Daniels, Ronnie Cur- pro-
f gram. Mr. William Lee former
Calvin Curington Eu- -
ington
.. .. .. ... .. .. Physical Education
Jackson
gino Jenkins, Stanley ,
teacher at Brownsville
The Future Girls of the Year international, sponsored by the Kevin Jenkins, Sandra Mitchell Junior
1 School, paid us a visit on Fri.
Natl. Council of Negro Women, gave another successful waist- and George Patterson.Noc day.

line party last Saturday night at the home of Gloria Perry. Hockey winners were: Ed-

Some of the pretty girls on hand were Rose Reeder, Bernice, -I wanda Davis, Merilyn Wo-

Ward, Yvonne Taylor and Juliete Poitier. The girls are plan- mack, Catherine Scott, Brid- Trophies have been ordered

ning another party at a later date. gette Davis, Sandra Scott, for the Awards Night program

Maud Nelson and Kenneth which Is to be held on Thurs
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Clayton. Carrons winners day, August 8 in the school auditorium .

Personally enjoying the fun and excitement of the Repub- Sod Stitu tie Wed were Maurice Jenkins, Calvin beginning at 8 p.m.

lican National Convention on fabulous Miami Beach are Sheila 01/ Curington, Ronnie Curington, The public is Invited. Certificates

McDuffie a graduate of Miami Jackson and Larlete Sanders a Douglas Dillard, Dwight Por- will be the awards for
Our soul sister this week is Rosalyn Johnson, daughter -
graduate of Miami Northwestern. Both girls attended a Saturday ter, Thomas Scott, and Larry the boys and girls ten years
of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Johnson. Rosalyn a juniorat
cruise on a fabulous yacht and daily serve as hostesses in Porter. Entering the tennis old and under. The program
Miami Northwestern where she is active in the stu-
various hospitality suites in the luxurious hotels along Collins I tournament are: Timothy Jen- will be the combined effortsof
dent council and other campus activities. Ros would
Avenue. kins Henry Moore Riley Ty- Dade County Metro Staff and
like to be a professional secretary and model in her ,
Little Anthony and the Imperials, popular male vocal group I spare time.What's. rone Jenkins, Anthony Jen- the Community School Staff

gave a concert on the lawn of Miami Beach Convention Hall kins, Richard Hollingshead, Melvin Lipscomb will be the

last week. With a cool breeze and the swinging sounds it was I y I Roosevelt Swain, JamesSt. M. C. for the program.
""""""
truly a soul spent evening. .
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Janet King, Central High majorette,has returned home from New

Greensboro, North Carolina wbere she attended a summer mu- F7T

sic program. Our soul sister held first chair.

* * * * * * At The FlicksIt

The She v r 0 n s, a soul band, are under t with the I

Image. The Image is a teenage discoteque locate on 183rd bad to happen. The shave !1dIs !

Street and Collins Avenue. You may go out and see them on 'brought fashion to theater

Wednesday, Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays. lobbies.Several area thea- r a
* * * * * * ters this month will feature instant -

I would like to thank Miss Blanche calloway for the com- fashion shows in their

ments she made on my column on her August 6th Progress lobbies to entertain patrons Ill *" : '

Report on WMBM. I would also like to thank Eloise Taylor who before the picture begins.

thought enough to write me the letter complimenting me on my
The fllckerettes, a flying
work.
squad of teen models selected
Last Saturday morning, Norvel Bethel and I drove up to the
from the youth board of
new location of Florida Memorial College to greet Senator
Richards Department Store, !
Charles Percy of Illinois. Dr. and Mrs. Peryear were on band
ma
operate out of Richards thea-
along with about a dozen girls' are attending school there.Channels'4. .
trically inspired flick shops,
7, and 10 covered the event.
(junior and
departments) hop
* * * * * ,
from lobby to lobby in a uni-
Thursday August 15 at 8:15 p.m. the National Association of
quely designed traveling dres-
Television and Radio Announcers will preseatthe Summer Soul
sing room dubbed the flick-
Together Festival. Some of the stars that will appear are a 'w '
mobile." .. a .. -I
Miami's Sam and Masakela -- - -- -
Dave Joe
own B.B. King, Hugh ,

Simon, Inez and Charlie Foxx, Erma Franklin (Aretha's baby Their present schedule includes at 9:30 p.m. tying in with music and the squad of mini-

sister) Freddie Scott, Peggy Scott and Jojo Benson,The Tarns appearances at Loew's the Dean Martin Robert Mit- models includes such loveliesas

and Vivian Ree. American Legion Westchester and Riviera chum Flick, "5 Card Stud" title-holders Linda Luis,

Theaters Friday, Aug. 9 ((7:30 playing at Loew's Theaters.The (Miss Hialeah 1968-69)), and
45 OF THE WEEK: "The House That Jack Built" by Aretha
Juniors To Install Westchester 9:30: Riviera), a Flickerettesare mobile Nilda Rice, a lip-sync stylist
ALBUM OF THE WEEK: "The Best of Lou Rawls' Saturday morning show at self-sufficient. With RichardsP. on the Ric Shaw Show whowas

Saturday, August 3,the Jun- 'Richards CutlerRidge at 11:00 R. director and local enter- recently named "Sweetheartof

Dear Mr. Reeves, ior Auxiliary of merican Le- a.m., and a visit to the Palm tainer Dan Fitzgerald wheel- the 915th Supply Group" at
In regard to your wonderful column of August 2, 1968, I gion Post 165 held their instal- Spring store at Base.
2:30 p.m. witha ing an originally designed rol- Homestead Air Force
would like to say that I have enjoyed your writing ever since lation ceremonies at the homeof theater show at
Loew's 170 ling P. A. system into a
you started your column, "The Happening." However, your past president, Mrs. Mamie all lobby Another member of the fly-

column this week in which you printed that wonderful Uer Montgomery. The ceremonywas show requiring of 30 seconds for ing squad is Eleanor Currey,
readiness
by Eloise Taylor,impressed me more than lean ever tell you.I conducted by district '11. siastic ,and the enthu- 16, a junior at Miami Jackson

did not know that we had such intelligent and articulate young president, Mrs. Mary Powell, dozen attack of dynamic half High School.
teen
ladies in community! If you can,please have Eloise Taylor who was accompanied by her models equippedwith
write some more of her views in your column. You two are district officers.Severalmembers their own individual play- Barbara Wooden, 16, a jun-

both fine, exciting examples of our future leaders. Thank you of the senior auxilI- tape machines belting out dan- ior at Miami Edison who recently -

for printing that fine letter. I now feel that the future of our ary were also present. Visi- ceable rhythms to accompany returned from girls

race is in excellent hands since I know that we have such clear ting juniors from Unit 144 attended the ir up-beat modeling pat- state in Tallahassee, is a

thinking young people among us.Thank and extended an invita- x terns, the entire operation Flickerette coordinator in Richards -

You. Yours truly, tion to their installation which takes on the dimensions of a downtown store where

(Mrs.) Ella Williams was accepted. precision commando raid. she will join the flying squadin

Fitzgerald's commentary is a fashion show to be beldat
------------ ------------- After the ceremonies
done in verse in time to the 11 a.m. Saturday August 31.
guests were introduced.
asCRIPTION ORDER 1 1Wiomi -
Among those introduced,from
1 1I
i Times Unit 165 were president, Mrs. All Senior
students
of Miami Northwestern
Howell and Jr. activities
6530 NW 15th Avenue ,
Miami Florida 33M7 1 chairman and district child High School and their parents are hereby
,
welfare chairman, Mrs. Marie notified that centralized collections will be

1 I Daniels. Refreshments were Miss Sherriel made periodin
Marion
Ed- the
during school registration
1 Enclosed please find the sum of 55.00 then served and the afternoonwas wards, the daughter
of Mrs, August 1968. Fees will be collected on

j to cover the cost of a one year subscription 1 I enjoyed by everyone.lbursMne. 73rd Elizabeth Ter.,Edwards was the, recipient 2350 NW the days that students report to school to

to the Miami Times. 1 1I 1 of the Jollietts Annual schol- select their class schedules. necessary

I arship a ward for 1968. Miss that all Miami Northwestern students reportto

Moll Pops To Edwards is a graduate of Miami school according to the following schedule.

Add r... Northwestern Sr. High Graders
August 28 12th
and is presently ii 1968 9th &
enrolled
I City Sta/.... 71p Cod._ _ NOW SHOWING DRIVE-IN the Florida Technical College August 29, 1968 11th Graders

L__________________________ MIAMI : of North Miami Beach .I August 30, 1968 10th Graders !

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday August 9, 11


1 Employment Agencies Seek To Improve Equal Opportunity "" I )


Joint "educational and affirmative job orders w e r e being! accepted the Florida Employment counsellors of a pledgeof unique position of the employment Judged for employment by
action program designed by privated employment Association designed to nondiscrimination agency industry as their skills rather than the irrelevant -
to achieve equal op- agencies in several memtro- keep the state's pribate hiring practices.FEA it relates to mlnorolty group tests of their race or
portunity in employment" has politan areas in Florida. employment agency President Tom Morgan employment and we Intend to religion." "It is clear from '1
been made public by Thomas The four part educationaland industry fully cognizantof said, member agencies of meet our responsibilities in the educational and affirmative '
Morgan, President of the action program includesthe existing and new lawsin our Assoc la tionaredetermined that regard." action they have
Florida Employment Association development by the FEA the field of dis- to make a stronge effortto Mr. Walter Alpjelbaum) adopted,"said Apfelbaum, '
-- representing member of a program of publicity de- crimination and employ- assist Job applicants from Vice-Chairman of the ADL "that the FEA is willing to do
private employment agenciesand signed to Inform the citizensof ment. minority groups in achievingan Board's Executive Commitee, more than Just comply with the
-- Henry E, Wolff, Chair- Florida, and employer equal opportunity within the complimented the leaders and minimum I requirements of
man of the: Florida Regional clients, of the intention of FEA b. The development within employment market for work membership of the FEA for Federal equal employmentlaws.
Board of the Anti-Defamation members to provide all ser-L the Florida Employment matching their individual their decision to take an active And the AntlDefamation
League of Blnai B'rith. vices in securing employmentwith Association of the mec- qualifications." Mr. Morgan- role in efforts to insure that League in Florida is pleasedto
The two organizations have Florida companies soleyon hanism for selfregulation continued, "we recognize the minority group workers "are cooperate in these efforts."

been working cooperatively on the merits of the candidates in fair-employment ___.n _ .. _ _---
the development anaffirma- without regard to race,rel- procedures.
tive action program since the liglon or antional orgin. c. From the FEA the dis-
issaunce last October of a report The project also involves: tribution for signatureby The Continental Club
by Florida's ADL, which a. A continuing program of employment agency
showed that discriminatory:., self education through owners, managers and
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I THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, August, 9, 1968 13, .
Car Kills .", / ",
Woman 4' .
Crossing 22nd Ave. , : / hY .-

A 63-year-old Miami wo- St., was crossing NW 22nd- no charges were filed pending
man who apparently Ignored a Ave between 84th St. and 84th investigation.

pedestrian crossing was Terr., deputies sa ad ape The fatality was the 175th
struck and killed Monday night parently north of a crosswalk Dade traffic death for 123a k'
by a motorist who saw her"too where there was a pedestrian- year ago.Husband.
late to stop," Dade sheriff's actuated light. I
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deputies said. Driver of the car was iden- ,
The woman, Mrs. Bessie fined as Charles Raiden, 28, 1
Louise Johnson, 2122 NW87th of 18561/2 NW 88th Street Pours ,


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Round About Sets Her AfireA

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Talk Saturday morning after her Y .t h /e
husband soaked her with gasoline 11fr4.f
BY JIMMY "SCOOP" BETHEL and set her afire,police

...: ,.- said
TALK OF THE TOWN...James Meredith (The Mississippi Neighbors tackled Mrs.
Freedom Marcher) pleaded his own case in a New York City Hattie Mae Eason in the yardof
Criminal Court and won an acquittal after being accused of her 2137 NW 57th St. home

demonstrating and shoving two cops at P. S. 117 June 17 . swathed her in cloth and put
Basketball great"Wilt"Chamber lain and former world heavy- the fire out.Sheriffs National Head Visits Local OmegasWhen I
weight Champion Carl Stokes and Georgia's Julian Bond favor deputies then arrested ,

Hubert(Vice Pres.) Humphrey .Jackie Robinson(ex- her husband, Jack, 33, the brothers of Sigma looking forward to the third in City Gardens-. Undergraduate
baseball great) would like to see his boss, Gov. Rockefeller on charges of assault with intent Alpha Chapter of Omega Psi this series. brothers are also urged toat-

elected president. . Ex-Alabama Gov. George Wallace, the to commit murder. Phi Fraternity met recently at The next summer meetingwill tend. Give Brother Mingo a I
saw-eye candidate (the spoiler). .James Brown, turned down Mrs. Eason was rushedto the home of undergraduate be held at the home of Brother call regarding directions and
starring role in the movie film"The Slaves. Jackson Memorial Hospital
; Claims the part brother Harrison Foy, its Henry L. Mingo, Carol, the time,
degrading . Sonny Liston's (ex-heavy boxing champ) win where she is listed in serious Grand Basileus, Ellis Corbettwas
over Henry Clark in Frisco, (beaten in seventh) put him back condition with first degree present. Grand Basileus I
in the contender ranks...What was the real reason that "lead burns covering 75 per cent of Corbett of A&T College of
singer" David Ruffin her body. lthAve.
quit the "Temptations' singing group Greensboro, North Carolinawas
? ? ? Dennis Edwards replaced Dave Ruffin with the Five elected at the August 1967

Temptations . Arthur Prysock follows Miles Davis into the Beffiune-Cookmcrn Grand Conclave at Boston. FLEA MARKET
"Blue Coronet "
Brooklyn's hot spot.
Alumni. Brothers .were enlightened
Goes Psychedelic on national activities of the 13995 NW 7th Ave. 681-9348
fraternity and stimulated to

The MLImlD1deChapterof: further promote projectson FREE ADMISSION

A I Bethune-Cookman-C o o 11 e g e Corbett the local also congratulated level. Brother OPEN SAT. 8 AM 8 PM ONLY!
presents its first Annual Pre-
Labor Day Dance, "Miami men of Sigma Alpha for out- SUN 9 AM T PM
Goes Psychedelic" on Friday, standing contributions madein
August 30, at the Caribbean the Miami area.

CAROLYN GAINES PONEY ARTHUR GRACE Room oftheBayfrontAuditorium
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The advent of Florida Mem-
from,,10 to 2.
Rocking the house for the orial College has prompted
THE PASCOGAINERS'JR-SILVERANNIVERSARYRos- will Sigma Alpha to continue its Fcrr Deparrrnts
evening be the,tea-peice
lyn Gainer and Dorothy Taylor gave a surprise Silver Anni- meetings throughout the sum- ,
for their "Aunt and Uncle Mrand Bethune-Cookman CollegiateAll
versary party Mrs. Pasco inorder
mer, that it may become -
Gainer at their home 1968 NW 55th Street (Miami) duringthe Stars with Qulnten
Bakeries
f its
Johnson starring on the organ. an ,integral part o Two ((2))
last weekend, attended by family and friends. program: 'via financial contributions -
The All-Stars, Just returning
from a successful tour of the and .housing.,, .

M1AM1ANS AROUND NEW YORK. . Grace Lee Smith and'British West indies,where i t, -Officers or r the 1968-69' fis- shir a Val
they played, fo?the Governor's
cal year,we're installed at the
Vacationing Ball talents, and have are rare as versatile musical as meeting hosted by Brothers N :;rcadiseQ pa aMlt
S brother) in New York vacationing and partying.. Danny Rolle musical Willie H, Lewis and King S.
now residing in Ozone Park, Long Island . Sam Smith liv- outstanding groups Rankin. The brothers installed -
ing at 1197 Anderson Ave. Bronx, N. Y. . Parties was planned - anywhere. by First Vice Seventh District Stands
be awarded the Eleven
Prizes will ((11)) Jewelry
in three New York Burroughs (Bronx, Brooklynand Man.. most psychedelllcally dressed representatiyeEdwardJ.
hattan, to honor Louise "Poney" Williams' arrival to New Braynon,:Jr. were: Basileus,
Whether the
York. When Poney didn't arrive as planned, all her friends man or woman. U,. vG.Hornej Vice ,$asileus,
were disappointed Johnny Jones. 1043 Ave. St. Johns, dress is Nehru, turtle neck, Herbert L.Day;keeper of records Four ((4)YulShoe,,,4Depprfr.j s:
leads to"psychedelic.
mini-mini it
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Bronx(hail from Jacksonville) is the Grandson of Mrs. Marie .'' and Seal, Elston Davis;
Marshall,, 929 Madison St., Big Jax. . I passed Lawrence Advance tickets for this Ass't KRS, AstrId K. Mack; Ladies &

"Tack' P ind a is apartment building(On Hancock Ave.off benefit dance 'go on sale on Keeper of Finance,William B. f ".w .,4 4 .'4i
Saratoga Ave., Sunday morning, there he was as usual workingon August 1 at the EconomyDrugStore Haley; Ass( K. of F., BennyL. Children s r
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the front. Larry keeps a beautiful pad. ., O'Berry; Reporter to the
5720 NW 17th Avenue
Oracle, .Elliott J. ,Scavella.
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and at North's Travel Bureau, SHOES--- '
TEEN TALK AND SOUL MUSIC SURVEY . People still ,
1104 N.W.3rd Avenue A 11 reservations Brothers Charles L. Baker
talking about the great performance that Dionne Warwick gave
can be made at both and Baljean Smith served as
at the Newport Jazz Festival last month.. Florence Ballard in the chairman for two most Health
stores. Get "psyche- com- Three ((3)) & Beauty
her first smash hit "It
(former Supreme) now singing single, delic"'rapod for Labor Diyby: pletely enjoyable family outings -
Dosen't Matter how I say it," dedicated to lovely Lillie Mae
rocking with the in-crowd.Advance held in the cabana sec
Lewis of 131 Coleman St., Ft. Lauderdale.. Jerry Butler'shit tickets cost only 200. tion Crandon park. Bro- Aid ,Departments!
1 "Never Give You "dedicated pretty teensinger -
No. Up, At-thedoor tickets are 250. thers and their families are
of Liberty City, Carolyn Landy . Zollie Clark, 164 E. - .
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112 Street, dedicates Aretha Franklin'"Think"to her mother, i. Five '((5)) Com &
Mrs. Fannie Hall, 2418 Dixie St., Saratoga, Fla. (new town) .\
. Jack Reeves,870 Columbus Ave., NYC, and Patti Drew's ATTENTIONIf :7'71'
Dealers :
"Working on a groovy Thing" to his "Pop' Eddie Reeves of i ) Stamp ; !
160 W. Hatton, Pensecola . Diana Ross and the Supremes' I'it\,'''
"Some Things you Never Get Used To" dedicated to pretty
teen Mary Hall, 17, "the Coral Gables Hi delight de-lovely Your Favorite Eight ((8)) Thrift Shops '

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CUB Head Tells Why He's for RockyWhy ,,- ,," .

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am I for Nelson A. Rockefeller for President? The kind of thinking that Governor Rockefeller has shown. glorious future. A fundamental key to the future is Presidential
In the simplest terms, I am for him because I am a citizen in his analysis of the Vietnamese war promises that in his leadership, of the kind that Nelson Rockefeller is superbly
concerned with te future of America -- concerned about the Presidential administration miscalculation of this sort "
another qualified to give. That's why I earnestly hope that the Republican -
tragic war in Vietnam; concerned about the ever-increasing will not reoccur and that the United States will be able to layI National Convention, meeting here in Miani this week, will
perplexities of our shattered cities; concerned about the loss give me the opportunity to campaign and vote for him in No-
of respect for law and order; concerned about the diminishing favor his candidacy too, because he truly and deeply be- vember.
purchasing power of our currency;concerned about our failureto lieves in the principle that all men and women have a right to Harry P. Cain
provide equal opportunities to all Americans. equal opportunity in housing in employment, in personal ad- Chairman Dade County Community Relations Board
vancement regardless of their race or religion.
And I am convinced that Governor Rockefeller, because of
his varied experience is so many facets of governmental and More than just talking about this principle Governor Rocke-
private life, can provide America with the skills and characterof feller has put it Into practice In his own state. In fact, he is of
leadership we need to meet all these challenges.For the opinion that government has a duty that goes farther than
arbitration and conciliation of the racial and religious divi-
example,lam personally convinced that the war in Viet- sions that have perplexed generation after generation of
is the gravest political and BEST NEWS STORY,
nam
military miscalculation in the
Americans. He has made it clear that government must take
history of our country. Now that the various
candidates have '
the initiative. As he put it in a recent speech:
offered their views on the war, it is clear that Nelson Rocke-
feller is best equipped to provide a suitable alternative to the "We have reached a new point In the history of human rights IN I 1967
ominous course we are now following. He has more and the civil
options cause of rights. It is right -- but not enough --
than other candidates, and his four-stage program for disengagement to prohibit discrimination in the future. It is right -- and essential -
is the only specific plan for peace that any candidate -- to compensate for discrimination of the past. That's the award your community news-
has presented during this campaign.
received last week
paper In competition with
To me, this means that Nelson Rockefeller as a truly na-
tional President, would move with purpose and certainly to dozens of other leading newspapers in the
actually integrate our legally desegregated society.Unless this nation.
happens, separatism between races in America is to be inevitable -

We, at The ;Miami I I Times, are mighty
Finally of all the candidates none has had to cope with proud of this latest in a series of honors from

awesome problems of the urban areas of America except Nel- the National Newspaper Publisher's Association. -
son Rockefeller; his experience in this field is another reason .
why I want to see him elected President. Urban America is
shaken by blighted housing the stirrings of restless minorities All of this is possible I though simply
seeking economic and social freedom disorders and violence, ,
water and air pollution and strangled transportation. And by because you gave your help and cooperationin
the imaginative marshalling of the public and private resourcesof making this one of the leading weekly news-
his state, Governor Rockefeller is helping to make over the papers in the nation. We hope you continue to
lives of 18 million people and the environment they inhabit. 'I
He can help to do as much for the nation as a whole.In I
II I readThe

short what Governor Rockefeller represents to me is I
imaginative leadership the "new leadership" that he has been ]
t Q talking about during his campaign for the Presidency.What he .i
offers America is hope for the future. Miami

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.; These are troublesome times. Our patience is tried to the
breaking point. Our dedication to freedom our financial resources Times
M < Ot our very faith in the future of our country are strained. -
But at the same time, this is an era that promises us the
4 .. excitement of great achievements and the satisfaction of alours

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Mrs. Frances A. Lightsey announce the engagement of her j BLACK POWER I
daughter Sharon to Mr. MauriceJ.Wallace,son of Mr. and NOW SHOWING
Mrs. Lindsey. Maurice is an August graduate of Florida A&M MIAMI DRIVEINEXECUTIVEFORADAY
University. The wedding is planned for Sept. 14, 1968.


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Dade County's 200,000 Negro


Population Packs $160,000,000worth


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-_ - : : : ARE YOU GETTING YOUR SHARE OF :
winner William G. Bell occupies the chair of, :1

G. W.. Nelson, North Central Regional Vice president for the F. W. Wool- DADE COUNTY'S NEGRO MARKET?
left and Wicks second. t t1f.tadt
worth Co.third.place winner R. W. Markham at G. G. ,
all are assistant store managers who led the com- '
place winners at right,
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Tops. Sales In Woolworth's Competition Sdi 9t. 'j

CHICAGO-WU11am G.Bell, headquarters s in Chicago at which Woolworth officials 1 :
of Chicago won the "Execu- where they occupied the chairsof emphasized the opportunitiesfor '
tive For a Day award in com merchandise managers the advancement in the com 'i.
petition with assistant mana- management training directorand pany's rapidly expanding or- j j'i
gers of more than 200 storesin the personnel director.As ganization. Woolworth con-r....' i
the North Central region of the contest winner Mr. ducts a management training I
the F. W. Woolworth Co. Bell did a day's work at the program to develop executives I'.,
Fell the regional needed to staff the organization -\
Mr. Bell who began his desk of A. J. I
career with Woolworth's six sales manager, and conducted, that is opening many new 530> N.W. 15th Avenue 691-0421 ,
years ago, placed first in the a sales meeting with the other stores stocked with extensive
region's May sales contest contest winners. lines of quality merchandise 45 CONTINOUS YEARS OF SERVING OUR COMMUNITY

which brough the 12 top sales- The day' activities concluded including fashion wearablesand I '. ,_. . . .. , - . ' --- ,, '
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10,000 Openings For Jobs in Miami Marine Science Courses of fftiamiDadeIn j


answer to the shortage of future, says Dr. George Me- ricula, M-DJChasreceived All three of the two-year in Minneapolis, he was a laboratory -, 3-story house to a 36-loot
technicians in marine science, hallis, director of Technical encouragement from both programs end with a six-week supervisor working ketch and made a 75-day trip
Miami Dade Junior College Vocational and Semi- professional government agencies and internship on shipboard or in a with aerospace Industry tech- via the Great Lakes, the Erie
North will Inaugurate three Division. "In the private industry, Mehallis land-based laboratory.An nicians. Can a 1 and the Intracoastal
meantime these three Two years ago, Benson and waterway from Minnesota to
new programs in the Fall pro- said.First air-to sea man, Richard
Term. These are MarineSurvey grams will help meet local marineorientedcourse Benson has Joined the M-DJC his wife, Bonnie, and their Miami. They are living aboard
Marine area personnel needs." required for all three children, then ages 3,5, the Ketch, which Benson builtat
Technology, North f a c u 11 y to teach the
Technology and students in the new programsis and 10, moved from a large Dinner Key.
Engineering Nationwide there is alreadyan marine courses. He predicts
Introduction to oceanography .
MarineElectronlcsTechnology estimated shortage of some that marine science through a I
and Its
co-requiste
Marine Engineering 10,000 technicians in ocean- hobby, scuba diving, which led
Technology and Marine Elec- ography. students lab or tory-on which at least will three take to boating, which along with Men All Ages! Restore Sex VigorNOW

tronics Technology. (he growing naUon Interest

The curricula will train Only about six Junior col- ocean familiarize trips.the student Purpose with is to in oceanography; eventually for the first time you can feel the action

students as technical support leges in the nation offer pro- vessels a nd boats, with Instrumentation led him to the University of taking place to restore and increase Sex Vigor

personnel for engineers and grams in marine science, and and with Miami's Institute of Marine and feel the difference within 5 days.
is
all these focus onbiologyandfishery Science. He now completingwork
scientists for governmental or sciences. MiamiDadeis handling procedures. Other on his Master's Degree.He NO NEED FOR INJECTIONS. 100 1 % SAFE
industrial marine projects. are a s of study will include
among the first to offer technical mathematics, took his undergraduatework 100 TABLETS. . . . $500 (prepaid)
It is anticipated that other programs directed toward the at the University of
technical slide rule
curricula will be added in the physical and engineering aspects drawing, PROVEN RESULTS! SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR_MONEY BAD .
in
techniques and electronics, Minnesota, specializing
of marine science.. depending on the student's geophysics At Honeywell MAIL ORDER TO P.O. BOX 2684 NO C.O.D. I
In setting upthenewcur- specific field. systems in Research DAYTON RESEARCH CO. Miami beach Fla. 33140
9 BusinessesJoin
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Plan VisitNine

organizations have 19 stIEATII EtT nTEeTU O

joined the groupof cooperating
organizations participating in

the Cooperative Education

program of Miami-Dade Jr.

College South.Inaugurated.
this past spring,
the Co-Op plan gives studentsthe '4
chance to earn while they REGISTRATION: NORTH CAMPUS, AUG. 20 22

learn by alternating terms of Fall Term \ SOUTH CAMPUS, AUG. 20
study at the college with full-
CLASSES BEGIN AUG. 26
time jobs. :
20 Dec. 18 '
New employers for the Fall Aug. \\1 ; WEEKEND COLLEGE AUG. 24
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Term are Wometco Enter- l'
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prises; Jordan Marsh; Merrill : .
Lynch, Pierce,Fenner and '" ,

Smith; Florida Probation and \ New students should apply IMMEDIATELY in order to complete
e'" :' ,
Parole Commission; Bureauof r
\- all / procedures!
required registration
Customs, U. S. Treasury
Department ; Kublin and
Kublln; Coral Gables Federal Admission Miami-Dade is Open to all High School Graduates, ., '

Savings and Loan Association; '. Transfer Students and Adultsl?
McGlannan School, and t

Metro's Data Processing De- 4 Come, in . Write. '. Call . The Campus of your'choice/. / . '$ '" 'r
partment. V *; !*. '

Already participating North Campus South Campus Beach Center South Dade Center
The Miami Herald the Fed-
Aviation Agency,Bur- T1380! NW 27th Ave. 11011 SW 104th St. 2231 Prairie Ave. 28401 SW 167th Ave.

dine's, Burger King, Florida Miami, Florida 33167 Miami i, Florida! 33156 Miami Beach, Florida 33139 Homestead, Florida 33030

National Corporation Bank, ,Metro's Fidelity Public Sales Telephone, : 685-4261 Telephone : 274-1101 Telephone: 532-4584 Telephone: 274-1244

Safety and Public Works Departments REGISTRATION: CURRICULA:

and the U. S. Food By appointment.Admissions offices open 8 a.m.-8 p.m. Full range of two year programs; daytime and eveningMondayThursday

and Drug Administration. I 8 a.m. 4 p.m. Friday.University schedules; weekend college. Beach and South Dade Centers -
Jobs made available to Co- evening classes only.

Op students by these cooperating -i Two-year programs of study
filled
organizations are
leading to an Associate in SCHOLARSHIPS GRANTS-IN-AID LOANS.WORK-
the
year around by assigningt
I I I Accredited for
Parallel Arts Degree.
e e students to each posi- STUDY PROGRAMS. JOB PLACEMENT
colleges and yni--
tion, with each student work- four-year
ing four months at a time. Programs versities. CONTACT FINANCIAL AID OFFICE FOR INFORMATION

The is
opentostu-
program

dents who Immediately plan toenter upon grad-careers I Aerospace Architectural Engineering Engineering.. Agriculture Architecture . Technical I, Vocational I and Career Programs

uation from Miami-Dade and Art Bachelor of Arts Construction. Bachelor Two-year programs of study leading to an Associate in Science Degree. While/ these

to those in the University of Science Building Business are specifically tailored for those who wish to prepare for immediate entry into bus/
Administration
Parallel programs. Oppor- Information. Business Drama Economics ness and industry, many courses carry credits which can be transferred to a senior .
tunities to continue on a Co- Systems. Health college or university if the student desires to continue toward a four-year degree
,
Engineering Forestry
Op plan are available at the
University of Florida,Florida Physical Education and Recreation Accounting.Aero Technology Conditioning-Refrigeration Tech-
,l- State University and the Universities I Journalism Law Medical Science nology Air Traffic Management Aviation Administration Architectural -
! of South Florida and Medical Technology Music Nursing Technology BuildingConstruction Technology Business

West Florida.To Ocean Engineering Optometry Administration usmess.. Information Systems Civil Engineering
J be eligible for the Co-Op Pharmacy Physical Theraphy Psychology Technology Electrical Distribution Technology Electronic Data

program, a student must spend Social Work Teaching Processing Programming Career Pilot Consumer Finance Man-

the first term of the freshman agement Drafting Technology Electronics Technology Fashion
year in the classroom and Weekend College courses available Design Fashion Modeling Fire Science Administration Flight

maintain a 2.2 (C) average or North Campus --------------- 44 classes Attendent Food Service Management General Office Careers

better. 33 classes Graphic Arts Science Technology Home Economics Hotel-Motel
South Campus --------------
Management Instrumentation Technology Interior Design Land-

scape Development Library Technical Aide.Management Develop-
ANNOUNCEMENTThe Medically I Two-year programs of study ment Manufacturing Technology Marine Electronics Technology

leading to an Associate Marine Engineering Technology Marine Survey Technology Mar-
of
Women's Auxiliary Related I Science Degree, preparingstudents keting.Mortuary Science.Municipal Public Administration. Police
Local 65 Mail Handlers Union
for careers health, Science and Criminology Radio-Television Broadcast Technology
wish to ChitChatand Chew
related fields. Recreational Leadership Secretarial Science Secretarial-Court r
with you Sunday, August 11,at Programs
4 p.m., 1900 NW 55th Street. Reporting (Touch Shorthand) Teacher Aide Transportation andAssociate
Nurse R.N. Community
Degree Traffic Management.
The public is invited,refresh-
Mental Health Assistant. Hos
ments will be served.Donation Planned Certificate Programs
$1.00. pital Accounting Technician Hospital '"

Emma William, president; Secretary Food Service Medical Supervisor Technician. Medical Men- ((20-30 CREDITS) /

Thelma C. Mumfordchairman tal Retardation Technician Optome- Accounting. Advertising. Advertising-Public Relationstric
of project and fund raising Automated Accounting Machine
Assistant (Opthalmic Technician) Architectural Drafting
committee.iburs.Mliie. Physical Theraphy Assistant Radi- Operation Aviation Technology Civil Engineering .

ologic Technologist (X-Ray) Respi- Construction & Engineering Aide Fashion Modeling .

ratory Theraphy Technician .' General Drafting General Electronics General Sec-
retarial Graphic Arts Science ManagementFinanceONE

-YEAR CERTIFICATE PROGRAM Management-Marketing. Police Officer (Law Enforce-

OPERATING AND DELIVERY ROOM ment) Police Officer (Identification & Crime Labora-
NOW SHOWING TECHNICIAN tory Probation Officer Retailing
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20 THE MlAMJ TIMES, .Friday, August 9, 1968BROWARD Students Loan Fund
To M-DJC
I Puwifch Foundation Gives $5,000

BRIEFfI, A gift of $5,000 from Lee is being used as the"m tching Commercial Newspapers, Emergency Planning of the
,Ruwitch Foundation, Inc., will funds" required to generate an and is secretary-treasurer of federal government. The
aid 100 short-on-chash stud- additional $45,00 from the WMMB, Melbourne, Fla. Miami Beach Bar Association
lB7 R. LUTHER BRAYBOY, SR, ents at Mia mt-Dade Junior federal government under the Active in community affairs honored Ruwitch with an awardof

(College this fall National Defense Student Loan Ruwitch has served on Mer i t for Distinguished
t The Foundation's donation's program. the Florida Children's Home Service to the legal pro-
Capital E" for effort goes to those patriotic residents who
The total amount of this Society, United Fund,and Wel- fession.
their all in manpower to make our first trash pickup day
gave five-wUl-get you fifty loan fund fare planningCouncU.In 1966, Applications for loans may
the success that it was. It is most encouraging to see that the
will provide financial aid for he received a two- year be made through the office of
done and did not
men of the community came and got the job "C"Centerette
Primary 100 Miami-Dade students at appointment to the Office of Student Financial Aid.
send representatives their place it will take at least three
week-ends to get the entire community; cleaned up. So be academic$500 each during the upcoming GRADUATION PICTURES MADE
patient and keep the faith. year.
The cleanup starting point will begin at 56th Avenue and Inp resenting the gift, COME IN TODAY!
Recent visitors to observethe Ruwitch noted that the. only
Pembroke Rd., at 8 a.m. .it Primary "C" CAPS AND GOWNS FURNISHED
program stipulation concerning
It is to be kept in mind that the end of the cleanup campaign
Centerette were Clark Estep location of loans in that be
is not the end of what must be done to better our community.We : they TASSELS OF ALL SCHOOL COLORS
and Mrs. Joyce Thomas, co- made on the basis of financial
must unite and stand firmly together in an all out effortto
ordinators of Project Follow need regardless of race,creedor
secure through new legislation and new laws that are so
badly needed on the Broward County books It is not secret that TbroughPrinceGeorgesCounty color. .
Mts. Elaine President and of
with all its progress Broward still exists under backward and Maryland, publisher
archaic laws. If unincooperated areas are ever going to realize Noland, Supervisor of Early Miami Review and Broward
full opportunity then these prohibitive obsolete laws must be Childhood Edjcation; Baltimore Review, legal newspapers, Johnson of Miami
removed from the county's books. Maryland, and Francis Ruwitch is currently presidentof
Gates, supervisor, Maryland Channel 2, WTHS, for whichhe
Briefs from a long fingernail..Charles Collies soul corrupter -
State D:pt. of Education, Baltimore has served on the Board of
brought the house down at "Kings Go GoLounge"lastweekend
Maryland. Also Amon Directors since 1965.
Little Alvin dances so fast its hard for the eye to
Burgee, Supervisor Maryland He is also on the Board of 1186 NW 38th .St.. 635-4748 .
keep the pace. The guy is another James Brown in the making. .
State Dept. of Education. Directors of Associated Court
If you missed out last week despair not for they will be back

this week-end . Mary Alice Wilson and Ella Mae Chamblyof
Hallandale were carried away by Little Alvin . David
Canimore made the scene..James A. Chandler and Roose-
velt White were there ..As was Arthur James . Pearlineand LIBERTY KASH AND KARRY
Elijah Collins danced till dawn... Miller Richards of Key
West was aboard, and his party included such lovelies as Ju-

anita Davis, Kathy Johnson, Katherine Aheren, and Lillie Mae 6600 NW 22nd AVENUE
Kicpers all of Ft. Lauderdale..Flossie Wilson and Bernice
Perry really had a ball . Mr. Gene Lee of Tampa, son of
E. T.Lee, and brother of Richard Lee was a passing visitorin Free Cosfi Heck
Delivery We
our community along with sister Betty last week-end. . Paymll :
Jimmie Strachan, a young man highly interested in the youthof
the community, informs me that any youngsters from age THESE SPECIALS GOOD AUG. 8 THRU 13 QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
10" years, up to 15 can participate in a bowling program that
will be sponsored by himself and the Cloverleaf Bowling lanes.
Jimmie is highly interested in seeing more Negro youth develop -
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an interest in bowling. All Interested parents can con- .... : ;;. ; ;'''..:. '' r..,
tact Jimmie at 624-1331 or Just dial me at 981-2127 for fur- t. ft iE11tiJWICYxf.iSTEW : ,,'
ther information . thanks Jimmie you're real communityman : '
. Mrs. Ellen Knowles and Mrs. Maude Smith and her r! : :
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three great grandchildren Michale Darling,Tyrone F.Dar- LB : : .
ling, an Ingrid M. Darling all from Nassau were recent visi- BEEF 39* .

tors to Mrs.Gladys Thompson,5636SW20thStreet . That's '
thirty for this time till next time buy the TIMES. STEAKS .

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cleanup campaign began
' last Saturday morning on .
Pembroke rd.More trucks are

needed, and ask for volun- SPREAD ". JAR .
teers, help clean up your com-
munity. So this Sat. morningthe
pickups will begin on 18th A.G.

St. and continue on thru to 28th ( .
St. Men, who turn out last SALAD DRESSINGS i"G\'G\.S
prove that they are interestedin
their community at large.
Many had shovels and pick-

forks and sledge-hammers. MARGARINE PRO. 19*
Mr. Hoffhienes, chairman and 700z.' 9

scene.Mark Chapman were on the hSIMEON \ ; '

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The ladies Aux. to post No. NEWBOLD
w 8195 will have their tie and
apron party Sat.night .10th S1 m e o n is an eighth grade SUGAR
at the post and the public is in- student at Alia pat tab Junior
vited. Plenty of refreshments.The High School where he boastsof HOLSUM I 1LB.JAR

1 a dies will hold their science his favorite and basic subjects education a! i\/-' PEANUT y,

meeting on Sunday eve.Aug.11 Selling The Miami Times is 5 a 7
5 pm at the post home on Pem-, not the only activity of this BUTTER fSUNAID
broke rd. Mrs. Addie James young man for he is a memberof .
the Allapattah Junior High
Pres. Mrs. Ruth Scott. Sec. .
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harris Band, Boys Scout Troop 77 and 'M LB.IAQ GRAPE OR APPLE
Barbershop is an acolyte at St.Agnes Epis- J
barber at Bowes ,
returned home after spending copal Church. "' JEllY 2 39*
LIMIT I WITH JAfl
two weeks in Jer sey New The 14-year old son of Mr $5.00 ORDER

York, and Conn, with his sisters and Mrs. D a v i dNewbold,
and brothers, His mother: S i m eon plans to become a
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as a a. St. Pete Garbaae Workers ;Still Out i

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: ST. PETERSBURG.-Some a mass demonstration on the than the 10,000 Negro leaders
800 fired city garbage men and City Hall lawn Saturday.The had been predicting but not far
their supporters gathered for turnout was far less from the 1,000 predicted by
City Manager Lynn Andrews.
.: ?:> I" .- Representatives from the

A' ; Ir &- ,,.'\ :.. ,' . National Council of Churches
blasted Andrews did local
as
n\ :::
!:! F 1 .t.7".r militant leader Joe Waller.

Waller called for positive
I action on the part of the crowd,
:
j saying "It's time to stop singing -
_-T and start swinging. We do
too much singing anyway."
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f
\ locked and Andrews and Mayor
Q' f.br" f"l l Don Jones had previously an-

wrxi? v nounced they were going fish-

1 J'y ing.After
ey the march through the
j.
: city's main street and the
n.-. tis short rally, the crowd lined up
''.., and filed to their homes with
SILVERSMITH. Arthur Smith of New York(right) shows his forged silver I, >>)"Jr' ,: : out Incident.

necklace to Samuel C. Jphnson, president of the Johnson Wax company. .1"n, The demonstration was cal-
Mr. Smith's unique work was among the first selected for inclusion in a col- :, led in support of the more thaq
lected of crafts by 100 of America'smaster craftsmen to be called "Objects : 200 city sanitation .workers

USA, the Johnson Collection of Contemporary Crafts." Mr. Smith maintains s who :were replaced when they
his own jewelry shop in Greenwich tailed to"return to their Jobs
Village in New York and has lectured on v .
under .a niandate by the city.
the art of craftsmanship
at many universities. The collection which will in-

elude about 300 objects, will be completely assembled by 1969, and will tour

campuses and museums.The collection is sponsored by the Johnson company. All Work


GuaranteedMetropolitan

Nation Must Look
To moderate Senator Charles Percy, Illinois,. left is hosted

at the new site of Florida Memorial College by

Negro leadershipThe its president, Dr. Royal W. Puryear and Senator

Harry P.' Cain, right.

president of the to orderly processes,regard- (2) "We must continue to The junior senator from Illinois made an on DryCleaners
American Bar Association, less of how chafing they may attack poverty." site inspection tour which was covered by the na-
said Monday the nation,must be at the moment, lies the ((3)) "Law enforcement and tional press media and issued a statement on pending .
look to the moderate Negro way c a c ul ate d to insure the Judicial process must be legislation in the United States Congress for
leadership for help in stopping meaningful progress for the improved."
education.
riots." individual and for this nation." higher
((4)) "The urvan crisis must
Ear F. Morris of Columbus, become the urban victory," AND
Ohio, told the opening AFA Morris argured,in making ((5)) "Civil disorders must A
Assembly that crimes in the report on this*year as president give way to civil obedience."
slums, riots in the streets, that the dignity of man if Madam Ann WAre DraperySpecialists
.,disorders on the college cam-'"can flndfulfillmentinad- Spiritual Reader and Advisor
herence to law and dedicationto
pusescannotbecorrected you lacing difficult problems Poor Health?
overnight because "there can. Justice." Money or Job Trouble?Drink,Love or Family TroubUs?
.be.no miracles." Do you wjipj more happiness and good fortune In life?
.
( He laid down a five of these others lik. them,
"In the meantime,"he said, point if. you hove,ony. problems or
program of "brave deeds." dear friend,' there Is wonderful news of remarkable
"America's streets must (1)) "The last vestiges of new way .of help. Also your lucky days and lucky
not be burned and loot and num ers.See Madam Ann today.$5 reading, 13 with Ad.
their citizens terrorized. ased.discrimination" must be er- .a OPEN 9 A.M. TO,9 P. M. NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY "Graciously"

"The militant who refusesto Phone: 691-9583 9751 N. W.27th Avenue Serving Liberty City
give any credence to this MIAMI. FLORIDA
fact who cries that and 9Y Since 1923 :
guns where ;
"Any in the world>> r
firebombs are the means the you wont to go"T7CKt' j

Negro must employ, leaves S COfr
society only one remedy when Call
he breaks the law-the swift, NOMOI&4T"Yowr
effective use of the processesof .
criminal ustice." r .. ....._--- T. CHARLESROGERS
Morris said Negro mod- TUYEL BUHIU SAN ANTONIO. Airman

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with the militants anymorethat
North, Manager. Air Force Technical Training ORCHESTRA
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22 THE MIAMI TIMES. ,_Fridoy, August 9,1968HHHHHHHHHHBi .
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Mrs. Carrie Phillips of 29 dames Emma Jackson and
CARDS J- MEMORIALS I DEATHS Funeral services for Mrs. NW 52nd St. died July 30th at Annette Leno; two brothers,
Mary Barron of 226 NW 10th Jackson Memorial Hospital. Oliver and Horace Baker.
l St. who died July 30th, will be Among her survivors are her Services will be held on Satur-
f iI held Thursday August 8th at husband Willie; a son Lonnie; day at Triumph Holiness
I 3:30 P.M. in Mt. Zion Baptist two daughters Mable Key and Church #2 at a time to be announced -
o IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAMOf Church, with Rev. Edward T. Ethel Harding; two sisters, .

I. loving memory of our dear Graham officiating Burial Minnie Turner and Lollie Cal
loving memory of my mother and grandmother our son will be in Evergreen Memorial ling; eight grandchildren and Erskine Strachan, of2285
beloved husband father andgrandfather
,
: Park. seven great grandchildren. NW 50th Street died August
CARRIE LEVARITY Mrs. Barrons survivors include Services were held on Tues- 4th at his residence. His sur-
one daughter Mrs. day at the Church of God in vivors include on son,Herman

who departed this life August Mable Staley; one stepdaughter of- Christ. three daughters Merita,
Mrs. Viola Williamson
and Melvina
8 1963. Joyce, one
,
Macon Ga.; one brother, Southern Smith of 1130 NW
Gone but not forgotten sister, Mrs. Gladys Kemp of
sleep on mother take your Henry Nelson of Macon Ga.; 55th Terrace died on July 30th Nassau. Arrangements are in-
one sister-in-law Mrs.Annie at. Mt. Sinai Hospital.Hels
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rest, we love you but Jesus complete.Mrs.
B. Nelson Neices.Nephews survived by his wife
loves best.
you
4 vs The Children, and other relatives. Gertrude; one daughter, Mrs. Helen Johnson of 2170
Grandchildren Mrs. Charlie Lewis of 501 Barbara Ball; and two grandchildren NW76th street.died on August4th
1 Brother and Sister NW 45th St. passed on August Services were heldon at Jackson Memorial Hos-
Monday at the Church of the pital. She issurvlvedbyber
r qi 3rd.Services
'" will be held Thurs- Open Door. husband, Issac; five sons,
"f. IN MEMORIAMIn day August 8th 1:00: p.m. at James, Tommy Ransom
of our beloved Greater Bethel AME Church, Mrs Beatrice Haynes of Izelle and John; daughters,
--memory with Rev. F. J. Hicks officiat- 1790 NW 94th St. died August2nd Jo Ann and Barbara; her
ing, Burial will be at Miami atTreasurelsleConva- parents, Mr. Bennie Jenkinsand
City Cemetery. lescent Home. Her Survivors Mrs Angeline Boles; two

4 MELVIN ROLLE Mrs Lewis survivors include include her husband Ralford sisters Reva and Martha
R Seems like only yesterday you her husband George one 'and one brother. Funeral Services Roles. Services will be held on

Fc J w 1f. left us. Sadly missed by father son George Jr.,one aunt, Mrs. were held on Tuesday Friday at 2:00 pm at the Range
and mother James and from Range Memorial Chapel. Memorial Chapel.
DEACON SPRY R. DAVIS Daisy Grancina Gordon one daugh-
who departed this life, August Rolle. Sisters and Brothers. ter-in-law Mrs.Gloria Lewis.
11, 1964. Uncles, Aunts,Grandmotherand of Miami, three grandsons Mrs. Annie Marie Edwards,
One sad and lonely( year Grandfather. three nieces, two nephews. 'of 1730 N.W. 57th St., died on Daniel J.Roberts of 371 NW
year has been so empty with- August 3rd at Christian Hospital 16th Street,died on August 5th
out. iL! CARD OF THANKS Mr. Napolean Mackey of j She is survived by two at his residence. His survivors : -
There is an open gate at the 266 1/2 NW 9th Street passed i daughters, Mesdames Annette includehismother,

t. Through end of which the road each must go Dear Friends: on Aug. 5. Survivors Include i McNeal and Hazel Wright. Mrs. Caroline Roberts; two
i alone two sisters Mrs. Mary Albury i Services were held on sisters Dloise Whittaker and
It was our intention to write Mrs. Ethel Gordon of New Wednesday at theSt.James
,And there is a light we cannotsee ANTHONY E. GARDINER Lucille Jordan; and adopted
April 29, 1915- August 8, 1967 personal notes to each and York City one brother A.M.E. Church. sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Ross;
Our Father claims his own. Eternal rest, grant unto him everyone who took time from 1 Clarence and a devoted friend a friend, Mrs. Ruth Davis; two
I still love you. O Lord. And may the perpe- their busy activities toex- Mrs. Jessie Anderson neices, Carlton Baker of 1410 NW aunts; Marion Johnson and

Louise Davis tual light shine upon him. May press their symapthyandcondolence nephews and a host of other relatives 46th Street.died on August 3rd' mariah Baker; four uncles;
And Family he rest in peace. to us upon the loss of and friends.Arrangements at Hollywood Memorial two nephews one niece Ser
our loved one, but the task has. are i n complete 1 Hospital. He is survived by his vices will be held on Saturdayat
!I The family. been too great to reach all of at this time. 1 parents, Mr. and Mrs. Coy Range Memorial Chapel at
THANKSThe you.So we are using this means Baker two sisters Mes-
CARD OF ; a time to be announced.
and trust you will accept it in
family of CARD OF THANKSThe the true spirit In which it is THE HOUSE OF
___ "..'h...',_,_,'...Af Visit Social
Security Officeuse
sent.This ALBERT
> ,. family of the late tragedy has been a ter-

MR. KENNETH CLARKE rible blow to us. We haw such Funeral services for the The Social Security Officeis this service.

who departed this life July 4th a big empty place in our home late Mrs. Mamie S. Powel, of more than Just a place to Miss Leipziger added that
takes this method of express- and in our hearts. Were it not 135 S.W. 5th Avenue Delray file claims for social security the social security office is
ing sincere thanks to the relatives for all you wonderful friends Beach, Florida wer h e 1 d benefits, according to Miss glad to give information and
and friends for their and your expressions of 11:00 A.M., Saturday August Dorrith Lelpziger,officer-in- literature about any part of the
expressions and acts of kind- sympathy we could not 3, 1968 at the Greater Mt. charge of the Model City So- program and her staff will as-
ness. Special thanks to the have made it through those Olive Baptist Church in Delray cial Security office.In sist any group or organizationin
Friday Night Club individuallyand dark hours. Beach. She is survived by a devoted addition to assisting people Informing its members on -
collectively, to the The fact that you care and husband, Mr. Enoch in filing claims for retirement social security through talks,
thoughtful relatives friendsfor have compassion in your Powell; sister, Mrs.Annie survivors disability, special films, and other avail
the beautiful flowers and hearts, gives us the courageto Session; daughters, Mr s. :and medicare benefits the office able material.
cards. To the Range Funeral go forward into the future Marie Thomas Mrs. Thru- takes applications for so- Miss Leipziger urges the
REV. C. R. ROBINSON Home and employees who with the F a i t h that there is a thez Fuller, Mrs. Willie Mae cial security cards and assists people in the community to
pastor of Mt. Pilgrim P. B. helped to lighten our burdensand loving God, who cares for his Nance and Portia powell, in reporting events that might contact the office at 5225 NW
Church Bradenton Florida, relieve our sorrow es- own. God bless you and yours neices and nephews, two aunts affect benefit payments 12th Ave.when they nave questions -
wish to their
express appreciation pecially Rev. Mozelle. and keep you forevermore. One special service the local
to ,their friends Mrs. Dora Smith and Mrs.Eva about social secur-
many The Lane Family Millege and one sister-in law. office renders, Miss Lelp ity. The office is open Monday
here in Miami for their ex-
Mrs.Beatrice'Clarke-Eve. Mrs. Mary Lane wife ziger said, is that of provid- through Friday from 8:30a.m.
pressions of sympathy.The slsterr Miss Phyllis Lane, Funeral service for the ing a statement of earnings to 4:30 p.m., and on Thursday

Family Assemblyman Arthur O. Eve daughter late Mr. Marcus Lewis of 'credited to the worker's account evenings until 7:30 p.m.

John Dallas of Cette Rosetteson nephewIN 1944 NW 3rd Ave Miami, Fla. ( ... ." Many people. each month 'l'O. __ .....
CARD OF THANKS Will be held 3:00 p.m.,Thurs

MEMORIAMIn day, Augusts, 1968atEve- nay
Expressing sincere thanksto nezer Methodist Church. Mr.
CARD OF THANKSThe sad but loving memory of guest who attended our wed- Lewis died July 31, 1968.He is
our beloved mother and ding for the beautiful
grandmother reception survived by his wife, Magnolia
family of the late gifts presented to us. and daughter Lottie Snead.
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Many of the gifts lost their
JOHN V. REESE T cards or didn't have ad- U to tie
r wish to express their heart- any The remains of Mr. Joe happy MWHMC6
felt thanks to their many rela- dress and cannot write a personal Bra n t, of 10475 S.W 174th

tives and friends for their thank you. My husband Terr., Miami, Florida were ointment
kindness and sympathy shownto Rudolph my parents, Mr. and shipped to Blackshear, off of
the family during their hour Mrs. Roy George Join me in Georgia 9:35 A.M. Monday
of bereavement. Thanks alsoto thanking each of you for your August 5, 1968. Mr. Lewis

Rev. R.C. CroklenSt. Mark thoughtfulness died August 1, 1968.He is sur-
Baptist Church Choir No.2 and 1'l ; tc1 Mavis and Rudolph Seymour vived by his wife, Mamie and

Range Funeral Home. May God sister Mary Monroe.
bless each and everyone of BAINS ;, a wr
you. Jessie Ruffin of 12075 S.W.
213th terrace Goulds died at[ Funeral services for the
Mrs. Mattie Smith, sister .e the J Hospital.. Funeral ser late Mr. Aaron Holloway, of
Rev. Cato Wade, uncle and : vices will be held on Saturdayat 1557 NW. 62nd. Terr., Miami,
family : 3:30 p.m.from the Church of f Florida will be held 4:00p.m.:
I OLIVE MATTHEWSwho Christ Written in Heaven, Saturday, August 10, 1968 at

departed this life Aug. 4, Elder D.J. Millner officiat- the Liberty City Chapel. Mr.
CARD OF THANKSThe 1966. May she rest in peace ing. Holloway died July 31, 1968,
and light perpetual shine upon Among his survivors are his He is survived by his wife,

family of the late wife, Cora, 5 sons, 3 daughters Ruby, three sisters Hattie
her.I will go in the strength of 31 grandchildren 4 I Hamilton, Carrie Jones and
MR. CLARENCE DAVIS the Lord to each conflict which sisters and 1 brother. Ruby Sheffield; three brothers byte

of Thomasville Ga., who departed faith may require, his grace Charles Henry Searcy, Sam, Jr., Tillman and German
this life July 15, 19681 as my shield and reward of 18010 S.W. 103rd.venueFerrlne i CommissionerEARL
wish to express our sincere My courage and zeal shall in- died on Aug. 4.at the, Mrs. Polly Brown, of 1338B
thanks to everyone in the Mi- spire. Veterans AdministrationHos- 4th Avenue, Miami Florida,
ami area for all wonderful acts i.If he Issues the word of command pita Mr. Searcy is survivedby I died August 3, 1968. Funeral CARROLL
of kindness shown in our bereavement two sisters Susie Harveyand arrangements are incomplete.

May God bless;:To need and encounter the foe, Ozie McGuire. both of u Vice Tuiident in'Relation
each of you. t h ought with sling and with P e rr In e; two brothers Rev. cMlflje
P.M. until funeral time on Fri-
stone in my hands, In the A.B. Searcy andRev.GarmonSearcy
day at 2 P.M.at the First Faith
: Willie Mae Davis, wife strength of the Lord I will go nieces and nephews.| Cathedral in Miami Brother 01 7Mw' i *
Annie Grace Brown, niece! The remains wUlreposeintheChapel
and family The Family from Thursday after 2, Milton Baker, officiating.

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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday. August 9. 1948 23

Learn To Cook "Soul Food" Ted Mack To Emcee Stars Over Miami


With This CookbookDo Upwards of 7,500 are expected dium, which gets under way at LEON
to see the grand finalsof :;:r I 8 p.m., will be Ted Mack, MC P
the Stars of the Original Amateur Hour
summer long Y
have soul . love
you
tab dividers, you can see at a Over Miami amateur talent Judges will include Lloyd
and like
food to cook? if
glance where to find the dish contest Aug. 24 at Miami Sta- Marks, Mack's musical director
so, your answer to all three you are looking for. The book dium, 2301 NW 10th Avenue. columnist Hy Gardner,TV ,
will be
found in
questions Inez
is spiral bound so you can Twenty-four winners from personalities Larry King and
Yeargan Kaiser's latest cook-" easily keep it open at the page programs conducted at three Chuck Zink and Blanche Cal-
book "Soul Food
Cookery. you are cooking from. It is City of Miami parks all sum- loway, radio commentator.
Written with soul
in
people plastic covered too, so if it mer will compete for all-ex- Chairmen of the programare
mind, this book contains recipes gets soiled, you Just wipe it pense trips to New York Cityto Harry Botwick of Florida
on how to cook soul food.
clean. appear on the CBS TV State Theatres, Inc. and Garth
Those on the lowest income Some sample menus include Reeves, publisher of The Mi-
will find it Invaluable, as low- typical 'Soul' food such as t ami Times.
coast ingredients go to makeup Pickled Pigs Feet I# The
Pot Likker, program is a Joint effortof I
get. It also includes how
the tastiest dishes tips on
imagi- Turnip Greens, Navy Beans to the City of Miami, the Mi-
nable. You can prepare inviting and Pig Tails Soul Improvise table settings and ami
Bread, or Committee for Entertain-
and inexpensive meals, more familiar favorites such use inexpensive decorations, ment for Youth Opportunity
a s well as odds and ends of
yet nobody will be able to
guess as.Barbecued Soul Ribs, OX- TED MACK and private enterprise. :
you're on a limited budget! tail Stew or Rice Pudding. silverware, glassware and . To Emcee Show Professional acts scheduled I When
The recipes are simply- china. Other useful sugges-
Throughout each section are to appear at the stadium are
written and set out in such a useful hints and information also tions listed.for preparing food are Original Amateur Hour. Chubby Checker, the Gospel I

way that even youngsters and help you in the kitchen. This Master of ceremonies for Jazz Singers and the Outer
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kyyyqq 24 THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, August ?, 1968 \
J. _
National Primitive Baptist :



Convention Called To MeetThe


i : 61st Annual Session of looking into "Christian Youthin ,
r I." the National Primitive Baptist a Modern Society Stand Up.' 4' t

Convention the USA is here The Sunday School Congress r'i'

I by summoned to meet by the Rev. R. H. Frazier of Char-
I
General President, Rev.. P.D. lotte, N. C. presiding, will be
f Brantley of Miami, in Talla- unraveling the theme "God is i '

hassee, August 18-25, at the No Failure Even in a Space i

St. Mary Primitive Baptist Age." The Usher's Congress,
Church 454 West Call Street. with Mr. Willie campbell of
'pr 'Iou :3Jn nlhurrl!I &uttbnyST.
The Rev R.N.Gooden is serve Pensacola presiding, will be

ing as host pastor. discussing "Effective servicein

PAUL The president is asking all the Present Age Through
MT. TABOR
to meet and help unravel the Usher Boards." _. .. ...
-- -- -- -
Rev. T. C. Kelley, pastor Rev. James Hendon reporterThe pastor theme for"The Christ Church!in Times Witnessing Like-' Each pastor is urged to see HERMAN THOMAS GOSPAL CHOIR: I

Mary Amos, reporter George Ingraham, These." that his church and all auxiliaries -

There will be a Pretty Women Cup church at large would The many departments of are represented at this Rev. Douglas Cook, pastor Anniversary with a pre-anniversary -

Tea, sponsored by our Llllie like to take this opportunity to the General Convention have great convention. This year is Eddie Gilbert, reporterThe program Fridaynight

Day chairman Mrs. M. thank all who have supportedthe many spiritual, educational, scheduled to be a banner year. church is celebratingtheir August 9atBethlehamBaptist
24 4- 6
Woods Sunday August
,
,
will be to most recent fund-raising, and cultural activities plannedfor The Sunday School Congress 10th Anniversary with Church on the corner of 5th

: the p.m., a prize with the prettiestcup. given and spiritually Inspiring programs each person's development opens officially Monday, Au- Rev. Atchison, pastor of Mt. Avenue and 40th St. Rev.C.H.

person and other activities of The Women's Congress, gust 19, 9 a.m. Registrationwill Calvary Baptist Church Fri- Smith, pastor, and conclude on

The. pastor is asking all our church thus far this year. under the presidency of Mrs.E. be on August 18 for the day night and Rev. Hendon, Sunday, August 18, at 3 p.m.at
These programs have really Charlotte N. C. Sunday School Congress. of Mt. Tabor
choirs ushers and as C. Raye pastor Baptist Jordan Grove. The public is
members, officers to come many been overwhelmingly suc- will be discussing the theme The Board of Directorswill Church closing out Sunday at Invited to come out.

with 1 him ,to Rev. Theodore cessful, and likewise very "Increasing the Fruitsof meet Tuesday,August 20,at 10 3 p.m. The public is invited. The men will celebrate their

Roddy Church Bethel Hialeah successful in generating true Righteousness." a.m. The host pastor and The Herman Thomas Gospel 10th Annual Men's Day the

13. at 8 'Christian' high-gear spirit, The Young People's Congress church have a very fine wel Chorus will celebrate their 12 Second Sunday in October.
Tuesday, Aug. p.m.
love, and brotherhood among with Mrs. J. J. Per- coming program planned for
The church will have its an-
all our faithful members. kins of Dallas, Texas, will be Monday, August 19 at 8 p.m. .
the fourth Sun-
niversary on Please continue to visit and NEW MT. MORIAH ZION HOPE
day Aug. 25 all who
persons
shut-in and
have been a member for ten pray for our Rev. Paul Freeman,pastor
Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor
bereaved members for surely
years or more are asked to ; Greater New MacedoniaMaggie Evelyn Souter, reporterThe Bessie Williams reporter

fill out a blank and turn it In your fulness concern shall be and returned thought- pastor is asking the en- Bible class, Friday night at

,'. to the clerk of the church nor three-fold whenever hour Sunday, August 11,1968,the Ingram and the Ingra- tire church to accompany him 8 p.m. The general public Is
your
later than the third Sunday.We of and women of Macedonia will have mettes of Richmond, Virginia Sunday at 3 p.m.to render ser- invited.
wish to thank Mrs. Mary and sorrow you can comes be sure upon that you your, Pre-Women's Day with the along with Evangelist Green vices at Bishop Arline Church. The Missionary Society is

Branham, Mrs. Lenton, Mr. services are and shall alwaysbe women of Macedonia in charge wood of Chicago, Illinois,with We were happy to have the sponsoring a Fellowship Tea
E. Nottage for their very special c:; the se r vie es from the Sun the Sons of Jericho of Miami 16 year old wonder boy evan- August 11, at 3 p.m., at the
help in our Jr. Miss St. Paul Attend deeply church appreciated.services on day School throughout the day. and Choir Number Two of gelist masters who delivered home of Mrs. Veola B. Williams -

contest. Our new queen Miss Sunday. The speaker for the morningwill Greater Macedonia M. B. the message Sunday morning. 1457 NW 42nd St. Sis.

Gloria Branham raised $237, Visitors are always welcome be Sis. Rosa Lee McClen- Church on Thursday night We are toaccompanythe Annie Armstrong, president.

: is the daughter of Mrs. Bran- at Mt. Tabor,the church don. The evening speaker will August 15, 1968 at 8:00 p.m. pastor Friday night beforethe The No. 1 Usher Board will
t ham; lstrunnerup Miss Helen with the open heart. be Sis i Eunice McCauley This spectacular extrava- fourth Sunday to Rev. Foster, have a Car Wash, Saturday,
I McNair raised $247.24, Men, let us not stay home but ganza willbe heldatNew Hallandale, at 8 p.m. August 10, a Bar-B-Queand

daughter of Mrs. Lenton and come out and give the women Macedonai, 3165 NW 56th St., Preaching service for our dinner sale at the church. They

Cheryl Williams, $52.26, NEW PROVIDENCE our fullest support. Too u r is being sponsored by Choir revival started Monday at 7:30 are asking the public, as well

daughter of Mrs. T. Williams, Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor many visitors and friends, No. Two and the ADMISSIONIS p.m. with Rev. Anderson of members, to bring your
grand total 57190. Arsula Edwards,reporterThe come out and hear these wo FREE. Jacksonville and Palatka delivering cars out and let them be washed -

Rev. and Mrs. Kelley,along Sr. Missionary Society, men who are dynamic speak You are cordially Invited to the messages. The Deacon Anderson, president -
with Gloria Branham, Valeria Young Matrons, and YWA's ers. To those that have never attend. public is invited. .

Bland, Shirlyn Rawls, Ernes- will celebrate their 7th anni- heard them speak, come out Dea. Henry Jefferson, Pres. Usher Board No. 2 will have Sister Hicks is sponsoringa

t tine Drayton, Beverly Champion versary Sunday, August 11, at Sunday and hear them. The Sunday School Adult,Officers a dinner salt Saturday at Sis- program, Thursdaynight,
h ; Floria Sheffield, and 3 p.m. Rev. J. W.Jinkens,will SisterMargaret Finder,! and Teachers' Meeting ter Joan Grimsleys home,from August 15. She is asking each
Mrs. Mirlan Williams left for deliver the message. Everyone Chairman; Sister Louise will be held on Saturday night 10:30: until? and everyone to come out and

Jacksonville to the Tri-State is cordially invited to at- Jackson, Co-Chairman. August 10, 1968 at 7:00 pm at Please pray for world help make this program a suc

have meeting.a safe We pray that they will tend.The Presenting in Concert sing- the home of the superintendent peace. Visitors are always cess. The mighty Male Chorum
trip. Department of ing songs from their latest album Willie J. Bread, 1035 NW welcome. will render music.

the Seaboard Baptist Association 'Driving Up the Highway 67th Street. This meeting Don't forget the sick, shut-
are chartering a bus to the (Wide River) 'Thank You of very vital importance and ins, and members of bereaved
HOLY
National Baptist Convention, Lord', God's Annointed and you are requested please be TEMPLE families in your prayers,

Atlanta, Ga.Consecration. America's Most Favorite present and ontime. Thankingyou Prayer meeting will begin along with the boys in the arm-

A hour of prayer Spiritual Singing Family, in advance. August 7 August 9, at 8p.m. ed services. We are gladto
will be held Sunday at 5 a.m. Revival meeting will begin on have Deacon Andersonbackwith

BTU Sunday at 5:30 p.m. You BROWNSVILLE Monday, August 12 Friday, us from San Diego, Cali-
are invited. Prayer services BAPTIST GREATER ST. LUKE August 16, at 8 p.m. Rev. Lu- fornia on the sick list.
each Tuesday at 7:30: p.m. All cious Kimbrough pastor of the

k members are urged to attend ------c Rev. O. Taylor, pastor Old Ship of Zion Baptist NEW BETHLEHEM

these services. Alfreva Taylor, reporter Church of Hartford will
Conn
Continue to pray for our sick \ On Sunday night, August 11, conduct the revival., Rev. and Rev. C. H. Smith, pastor
shutins and those who are be- the Hollywood Stars will ren- Minnie Hunter, reporterOn
reaved. 3 der a program in behalf of the Mrs. Kimbrough are the August 7, the Deaconessare
yr't I Deaconess Board Mother houseguest of his brother Dea- rendering servics at the
con and Mrs. Oscar Baldwin
church at 8
II Jackson, president. The Sr. p.m.
TEMPLE BAPTISTMen's I church will render its 7th an- Brother The Herman Thomas Gospel
Flozell White is its 13th
niversary Chorus is sponsoring
Sunday, August 18.
t still sick and a patient at Jack
11 -
DaySundayAugust 9 to be
Anniversary August
The Rev. E. Former, presid- ,
with Deacon Prince Hepburn i'L I son Hospital. Let us remem- held at our church at 8 p.m.
'
f"J Chairman, Charles W. Young I ing.The No.2 choir will sell dinners ber sick to and pray for and visit the On August 18, at 3 p.m. the

,: Co-Chairman. Speaker, Rev. at the church, call 987- shut-in. entire church Is rendering
"..> I. W. Hepburn, Pastor of Star. 1720 for deliveries. They are The Sunday School will observe services for Rev. James
.,
of Betheleham Church it's annual picnic Friday at the
Baptist also sponsoring a banquet Saturday Wright's congregation
August 9,from 10;30 a.m.
West Hollywood, Fla. We are Community Center.
24
August at the
to 2
expecting every man to lift his GORDON JOHNSONYou church. Tickets are$2.00. For p.m. at Virginia Beach. Our pianist along with the

load, the women will bring up further information call.Sis. Rev. Ernest Talmadge,pas- Adult Choir will sponsor Mr.
are invited toa Musical tor
Mary Brown, reporter.
the rear. P. Taylor at 6351644. The Theodore Mosely, recordingand
We extend our deepest sympathy Soiree, Sunday, August 11.We public is cordially invited to TV artist of Brooklyn,
to the of dir- want you. . as our guest,
family our
these coming events. New York, in a concert Sun-

ector, the late Deacon Reuben 2775 Brownsville NW 60th Baptist Street Church 4 Continue to pray for the sick NEW SHILOH day, Sept. 15, at 3:30 p.m.
p.m.
Hepburn. and shut-ins and for Let us contiue to pray for
-- Speedy recovery of our sick Rev. F. L. Johnson, pastor the services. our boysin Rev. A. M. Griffin, pastor our sick.
and shut-ins. Sister Annie Mr. Gordon Johnson,director Cheryl English, reporter
Gloria Y. Branham has beencrowned Matthews is still at Jackson of Model Cities Project will Thursday, at 6 p.m. there

Miss Junior St. Paul Memorial Hospital. be our guest speaker. Mr. BEULAH BAPTIST will be U s h e r Board No.Two ST. JAMES
I 1968. She is also a delegate to Baldwin Hepburn will be guest meeting. There will be Usher
y the Trl-StateiAME Conventionnow soloist. Rev. E. R. Ferguson,pastor Board No. One meeting also/ Rev. S. L. Gay, pastor
Joseph Marshall reporter
in Jacksonville MT. SINAI ,
meeting Alice Banks, reporterThe at 8 p.m.
Mrs. Doris Williams and
Rev. C. Albury, pastorThe CHRISTIAN SCIENCE bereaved family of Rev Sunday, at 3 p.m. Rev.K. E. August-ites are having all day

month of August has "Spirit' Is the subject of the Joseph Roberts express their Rogers and congregation of in the church parish hall a din
ANTIOCH been set aside as the special Lesson Sermon Sunday. gratitude for the flowers,tele- South Mia ml t will be here In behalf ner sale Saturday, August 10.

evangelistic period at the Mt. Among Bible selections included grams, cards,and dinners that of the Willing Workers and We need support.The .
I The members of Antioch M. Sinai were given them. Home Mission your
Baptist Church
prayer is verse from n Anniversary. all
pastor is asking
B. Church,3330 NW 213th Ter. meeting will begin, Monday, Timothy: "For God bath not Sunday is Youth Day. The Saturday at 5 p.m.there will boards and clubs to be presenton
Opa-locka, are grateful for the Aug. 5, at 8 p.m. Monday,August given us the spirit of fear;but morning speaker is Mrs.Alice be Jr. Church All juniors are meet-
: presence of Rev. John C. 12 preaching services of Banks. Everyone is welcome.Miss asked to please be your night-of prayer
power, and of love, and of a present. ing. next week.
Every night
: Cherry as our leader,, who is will begin. Rev. Barbara There will be
I J. C. Coats, sound mind. Ferguson is a sale Satur- of
to the family
i.; a member of Bethel Baptist pastor of Glendale Baptist will Don't miss the concluding out of the hospital and is doing day at the home of Sister Bry- the Sympathy late Annie Edwards.To the
)' Church and former assistant be revivalist. half of "Giving Children Basis fairly well. Don't forget to ant in behalf of the Willing
sick and shut-ins the r e is
.9 pastor tq Rev. W. H. Edward, Take at least five minutes for Self-respect" on visit the sick and shut-ins. Workers. Her addrdss is 1200 take
;;V. moderator of the Seaboard s- of your time out of a day and the Bible Speaks to you program There will be a musical pro NW 65th Street. peace in knowing God will

r : ,sociatlon. A date for installa whisper a prayer for our be- Sunday 1:45p.m.cver gram August 18. You are Invited Let us not forget visit and care of us. to
welcome
tion is soon to be announced. reaved and sick members.See radio station WMBM. to attend. pray for the sickandshut fns.r. You are always
, I II the friendly church.f' .
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 9, 1968 25 _'

C.O.G.I.C. Convention To Bring TRIUMPH EBEh/EZER/ .,


400 To Welcome delegates to the Rev. A. D. Hall,Sr.,pastor 1
Winter Pnrk 4th combined session of the i:
ke kk k-
- -. ., E. Ingram, reporterThe
District Youth Conference and j
of God In ;
The Church Christ isters and workshops for the State School of Wisdom and public is invited to attend :
Western Florida, Inc. Is teachers will be conducted the anniversary programof
Young people Education Band
scheduled to bring between 400 daily, share information the Jr.. Usher Board, Sun-
and Convention
1752
NW First
to 500 youth and church worker gain assistance for more effective Ct. day, August 11, at 3 p.m. Fay !
delegates to the Winter Beginning Monday, August Caldwell is President.The .
service.
12, at 8 p.m. with a e
park, Orlando area, August 6 pre-con men are working hard rf4 rr
through August 11. vention program conducted by toward their Annual Men's Day .
Preceding the convention the
a local church. The session
,
The 39-year-old youth,Sun pre-50 n v e n t Ion musical, starts every morning at 1000 program. Projects are being a l < ,
day School and workers con- sponsored planned, on Saturday night,
jointly by the State and ends at 7:30p.m.The
vention of the Church of God music convention August 10 a fish fry will be at ,
dept., public relations '
will
In Christ, will convene at the and church extension depts., 18, Sunday night.go through The August theme: the home of Mr. and Mrs. -i ci
Webster Avenue Elementary Harry P. Martin, 501 NW 47th
will be held
Monday, August "We Must Prepare Today for
School, the Rt. Rev. Wales R. 5, in the auditorium. Tomorrow." Street. Florist Attends Te/ef/ora/ Convention i

Nesbitt, Sr., presiding Bishop, Soloist, musicians, choir Tuesday night, the Poincina

Rev. W. H. Daugherty, pastorof instrumental m u sic will be, Rt. Rev. D. H. Harris,arch- Circle will be in charge of Mr. W. 0. Perry, of perry's tomers in all parts of the

the Flowers Temple Churchof featured throughout the even- bishop; Rev. R. L. Williams, class meeting. Let us not for Florist Shop, 4340 NW 7Ave., world.

God in Christ, host pastorand ing. A combined state choir State Supt.; Mrs. W. M.Smith, get the sick and shut-ins. returned this week after attending Teleflora, the worlds

church. will be presented. The Winter State sec.; Phillip Roundtree, the four-day Teleflora largest Independent "flowersby

Rev. W. R. Nesbitt, Jr., director Park Boys Chorus; Miss reporter. ST. MATTHEWS Convention in Chicago, HI. wire' organization,has 8-,

of church extension and Teresa Boston, from pen- The annual international gathering 700 Teleflorist subscribers

communications informed the socola, will be at the organ; DRAKERev. Rev. A. Randall,pastor of Teleflorists, meet- throughout the Unted States

press that this convention Miss Deborah Ensley a '68 Annie Vassar, reporterThe ing this year at the Pick-Con- and Canada, and 12,000 affiliated -

visited Winter park in its infancy high school graduate recently Jarius W. Dunn, PASTORThe Deacon's Club will meet gress Hotel,July 21-24, drew florists in foreign coun

about 31 years ago; and presented as a soloist In Pen- pastor, officers and this Saturday night at Deacon 2,200 florists to learn what is tries. The service allows a local .

that the Bishop (Bishop Nes- sacola in Initial recital, is members were proud of Cook's home. new in the floral industry,and Teleflorist to send flowers .

bitt, the organizer) has con- scheduled to appear; Mr. Ramon Richard Clements Jr., who The No.1 Ushers Board is. how to better serve floral cus- almost anywhere in the world.MT.CALVARY '

stantly adjusted the programto Rodrick Nesbitt, mem- gave us echos from the Florida having its anniversary Sunday.

develop quality leadershipand ber of the Duval County Youth East Coast Congress. The Jr. Usher Board will FAREWELL SERMON

a qualitative working program Orchestra will 'be heard with Workers: Sis. Austin, Deacon usher this Sunday at Antioch Rev. S. Atchison pastor

to meet the needs of all his violin; the pope Sisters of Green, Deacon Clements, Bro. Baptist Church, at 3 p.m. FOR WONDER BOY Phyllis Beal, reporterThe ,

churches and church leadersin Orlando will appear with the Tripp, Brother Brooks, Sis. Revival meeting will begin Rev. Thomas Masters the

the urban and rual areas Orlando Church of God in Berry, Sis. E. William, Sis. Monday night after the second 16 Yr. Old Wonder Boy Willing Workers and

throughout Florida. Christ chor. The Orlando district Wright, Sis. A. Moore, Sis F. Sunday. Our evangelist is Rev.K. f r o m Pa s adena,Ca preacher 1 if- the Trustee Board will cele-

"Rescue the Perishing" is choir and local talent in Moore and Brother McKoy are E. Rogers, of South Miami. fornia will be speaking thurs- brate their anniversary Sun-

the theme. Seminars for min- the area will appear.Lory's giving our boys and girls excellent You are welcome to come out day at New Providence Baptist day at 3 p.m. The public is invited -

training in church and have a good time. Church at 7:30 pm where Rev. .

work. Sister Lizzie Robinson is in Burney is pastor.He There will be a rummagesale

t Don't forget to visit and pray Jackson Hospital, Skagg has been preaching since at the church Saturday.
t 'g for the sick and shut-ins. Re- Come out and support our
.a .j Building. Don't forget to pray the age of three, ordained at 12
I tI member to worship with us on for the sick and bereaved fami and has preached in 40 states. drive.

Sunday. lies. There is no admission. The Please pray for and visit
the sick. Mrs. Julia Blake,the
public I s invited to come and
church mother is still sick at
rlPM 9''g SOUTH
+ GREATER NEW BETHELRev. DADE NEWSThe hear one of the greatest and
t yrw home.
DeaconGrady Mann is
.." w
youngest preachers and
gospel
!
lMrfiAf ill in
1 Ji } NI 'AfM W. K. Smith, pastor adult upholstery classof singers of this day and age. Olsie Nicholson Jackson Hospital.in the Victoria Mrs.

:1 y Alice Irving, reporter Mays High School broughtits Don't miss hearing this Hospital wishes the .
1fiT' rccA t Choir No. 1 invites to a prayers.
: you summer session to an end dynamic gospel preacher and
f Tea, Sunday, August 11, at the with a class party at the homeof singer in his farewell sermon Mrs. Llllle Brooks is ill in
I i home of Rev. and Mrs. Mose Rosie Mercy Hospital. Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. L.Thomas Mr
Thurman. Rock Glenn are both sick at
Benny Cooper, Instructor of CHRIST their home. Please pray for
Usher Board No.Two is in
this class was onhandtocele- the sick. Mr. Willie Martin is
9 School charge of auxiliary Sunday brate with his students and EPISCOPAL also sick at home.

1i4CHRISTIAN Sunday. their families who include;
I On the sick list are: Sis Mr. and Mrs George K. Wyn- Fa ,1;. R. Gibson, rector

Jestine Brown in Mt. Sinai; ter, Vernell Griffen, Mary L. Antoinette Silva, reporter Ira
Sister Watson home Pirate's World was the
Topsy ; Smith, Rosetto Edwards,Nora
Sis Sadie Smith in Jackson andSis. Ben famine, Earnestine scene of fun and good times

Ethel James home.Our Foster, Gussie Payne, last Friday when the Episcopal r

I FELLOWSHIP sympathy to Sis. Corine Hol- Clarence Rich, Druc1lla Young Churchmen visitedthe

Brown linger over the loss of her fa- Clarence Rich Drucilla amusement park. The
pastor
Rev. P. S. Dress Shop will be heldat ,
M. L. Nixon, reporter Bonded Collection Agency, ther.The Thomas Effle Moses, Bea- evening was enjoyed by all and

Vacation Bible School is beIng Sunday, August 11, at 3 p.m. Scholarship Committeeis trice McCoy, Aggie Spencer, casion.On was indeed. a memorable oc- 'j" \

held at Shlloah Baptist please buy your tickets and sponsoring a "One Dollaror Ella Jones, Roger Gleavland, .
Church. The pastor is urgingall help make this a gala affair. More" drive.The proceedswill Susie Williams, Lula B. Sunday, the congregationhad t tf

to attend. The fair young ladies participating go toward tuition for our C1 e a v labd, Charlie Foster, the privilege of hearingFa. ""
students in college. All mem Cooper, who is visiting
Juanita Jones and Ella Jen-
4
are from left to right: ,
The Fashion Show sponsored bers are urged to please co- kins. from Jacksonville. #
by Sister Rhunette Desha- Robin Washington, Sylvia Collier operate. The drive will end on Watch for the annual Miss I tct '
The youth of Mt. Morlah will
zior with clothing furnished by Elvis Crapp, Sherry Calendar Contest.Contestants
the third Sunday in this month. observe their Annual Youth
Lewis and Maria Collier. I
interested
Prayer services are held Day the fourth Sunday in Au- please registerwith .
FRIENDSHIPRev. every Tuesday at 8 p.m. gust. Mrs. Carmetta Brown.I&urs.Mlne.
NEW HOPERev.
J. E.Jenkins, pastor Mother Mary Kelley wishesto
W. E. Sims, pastor thank for helping
everyone
Ruby L. Carr,reporter
Saturday the Sunday School Loraine Fullers reporterThe Large Delegation To Attend her to be Queen of Mt. Calvary
pastor and members Baptist Church.She especiallythank
'I
will sponsor a picnic to Vir-
ginia Beach for our youth. wish to express their thanksto National Baptist Convention 1Ii the members of Antioch

The pastor is asking the entire the Rev. B. L. Mack from Baptist Church of Browns
and friendsto Macedonia Baptist Church, HOW SHOWING ville, and members of Mt.Calvary -
membership Reservations are being sold Mrs. Parker states that nel
West Hollywood for conductingan MIAMI ORIVE-I who worked so closelywith
meet at Providence M.
New revival meet- rapidly to persons who will be seats will be held up and it her.
B. Church Sunday, at 3 p.m.to Inspirational
ing all last week, also all participants attending the National Baptist important to get the fare in the
render services our pastor who came to share in Convention in At Ianta, Ga., office of Miss Marie White or

will deliver the sermon. these services. Mrs. A. 0. Parker presidentof Dr. I. G. Pratt now,the sloganis A PRAYERLord

We elated to have our the Florida East Coast Women's first come first serve. The
11 the Wiling
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Sunday, August Thou knowest that I am growing older.
pastor and family back with us
Convention is in Miamias price is $28.00. The bus will
Workers are planning a Keep me from becoming too talkative and particularly keepme
to
from his trip to Washington ,
the personal representative leave Mt. Sinai Baptist Church
visit his brother who is in Wal- "Summer Fellowship Tea" at from falling into the tiresome habit of expressing an opin-
of Dr. Susie Holley and 2 at 6
the church from 46p.m..You on Monday, September ion on
ter Reid Hospital.Get states that it might be neces- p.m. proceed to Ft. Lauder- every subject.
are invited to attend. Release me from the to straighten
craving outeverybody'saffairs.
well wishes are extended Continue to pray for the sick sary to put on more than one dale, West Palm Beach and
.
to all the sick and shut-ins. bus, as this is a project of the other points along the route.
and shut-ins. womens state convention. Keep my mind free from the recital of endless details. Give

me wings to get to the point.

ST. AGNES ANTIOCH Give me grace, dear Lord,to listen to others describe their

aches and pains. Help to endure the boredom
me with patienceand
rector
Fa. Lambert Sands
L. ,
Our congregation welcome Rev. J. W. Stepherson, pastor Merchants who advertisein to keep my lips sealed. For my own aches and pains are

back Father and Mrs.LambertL. The Juniors will celebrate increasing in number and intensity and the pleasure of discussing -
t:
Sands from their vacation.We their anniversary Sunday,Au- The Miami Times are them is becoming sweeter as the years go by.

wish to express our ap- gust 11, 3 p.m. Come and joinin Teach me the glorious lesson that, occasionally, I might be
with us.Baptism. mistaken.

preciation Eliza Clark to for the a Job Rev.welldonein Father will be held Satur- telling you they appreciate Keep me reasonably sweet; I do not wish to be a saint (saintsare

rector. day, August 10, 5p.m.all candidates so hard to live with)but a sour old woman is the crowning
for our
supplying
are expected to be work of the devil.

St.On Agnes August is 30 presenting, the Vestry its of present at this time. Please doing business with Make me thoughtful, but Qot moody; helpful, but not pushy;

bring a change of garment.The independent, yet able to accept with graciousness favors that
and
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pastor and congregation others wish to bestow on me.

Inn. Tickets at can the be Robin secured Hood will render service for the you. They are courteous, Free me of the notion that simply because I have lived long

of the ves- young Matrons of Greater New time I am wiser than those who have not live so long.If .
from member
any Macedonia Missionary Baptist dependable. Shop where I do not approve of some of the changes that have taken

try.The Holy Communion, High Church, 3165NW56thStreet, place In recent years, give me the wisdom to keep my mouth
Thursday, at 8 p.m. You are
Mass and Sermon will continue
to be celebrated throughout the invited to attend.Remember you are appreciated! shut.Lord knows that when the end comes I would like to have a
all the sick and
friend two left.
0 r
month of August at 8 a.m.each
shut-ins in prayers.
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Our JERRY'S is a cheerful place This rope once choked a man to (death ::
Where you can find a happy face; An old ranch hand whose name was Seth;
They're quite a hunch, This Friendly Six, Then from the branch of this young tree
And won't bore you with politics. His tired soul fled to Calvary.The .
There's sweet Doris, your pal Choo-Choo, trampled ground- mute evidence ,
Sonny to give you service too; A frightened man had no defense, KING & QUEEN 1968 69
Jerry greets you with welcome smile, That no voice spoke in his behalf. Happy time Scene taken at Open 1 Days-8 A.M. to 10 P.M.
And Lenny too has one with style.So And mouths were hard and did not laugh.
St. Agnes Kindergarten: King The Best For Less At
if you want to patronize Their hate was high that day at noon, Elcie Steward, LureenDeneesClark
I A friendly store, then I advise All stormed the jail and hung to soon
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You might tell him-/ told you so. The years cannot erase town's shame. Davis.; up ;t x'f
This rope, old tree, and mound of earth
Shalom Shalom All mark the spot where hate gave birth;
Those men were blind, and star was tin,
(Peace Peace) And Seth was hung-because of skin.

By Gene Griener

"Shalom Shalom," the Rabbi said, The Chief's Star a f

1 slowly shook the sun-tanned hand By Gene Griener
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n Harry Edwards and sportswriter for'MVP's.:
Dick Schaap August

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MARLINS STILL GOING STRONGUp try, is heard live from 11:30: "Olympic Boycott" with cal- ....

p.m. to 1230am.EDT) Mon- lers-in. CAPITAL TO HOST UGA 42ND
until the time of writing my column the Marlins are lead- NATIONAL
Ing the Eastern division by seven full games over runner up day through Friday eveningson ANNUAL TOURNAMENTThe

Cocoa while snooping around the stadium I ran into somescoutS WAME here. Listenersare Countywide gears are all out for the 42nd Annual United Golfers
Invited to call in collect from
who's names they don't want me to mention, feels that Association National Tournament to be held in Washington,
the Marlins have the best second baseman in the Florida State any place in the country and Billard D. C. August 19 through 23rd 1968.
speak live and direct with theevening's
League which covers a lot of territory and I don't mean may- The host in For those who have had the grand experience of playing in
be he Is non other than Stan Martin, he Is in the second spot guest. TournamentAt previous UGA tournaments in the national capitol there is a
is Del Shields.Fol-
New York
with a batting average of 287 up to the present has stolena great expectancy for another grand time.

number of bases, which I don't have a record on, also he Is lowing the week is the guest schedulefor Clyde's/ The combined hosts golf clubs, the Arlington Divots, Four

superb in fielding his position, he has been timed by scouts, : Ball, Oxon Blades, Royal and Wake Robin of the Washington,

running from home plate to first base, on the right side he Monday, August 5- Mohammed D. C. area have committed themselves to engineering for all

does It in 3.7 and on the left side at 3.9, that's what I call car- Ali is tonight's guest,and Pool RoomThe their guests a most enjoyable tournament.As .

rying the mail, the scouts also remark he resembles Maury the former heavyweight Countywide B 111 ar d always no UGA National would be denied the luster of the

Wills with stans switch hitting and speed, this boy has good champ's subject Is "Titles Tournament sponsored by the Junior Open; this tournament is not sideline of the UGA; butit

prospects to make the big time he is only 19 years of age hasa Aren't Color Blind,' as he Dade County Youth Opportunity is a real proving ground for our youth, who.is now mush-
beautiful wife and child his wife he Is a devoted hus-
says talks with callers-in. program is being held, rooming into prominence all over the nation.
band. Now to the rest of the players I can't write anymore thanI
Wednesday, August 7 9, at Lonnie Jones, UGA Junior director has given the word that
have doing all along,they are a great team the best. The fans Tuesday, August 6 Dick 7:30: p.m. The finals will be his plans for the youths this year are many and great.
have seen in the Miami Stadium since the Florida State Lea-
Schaap, sportswriter, discusses held August 14-15, at Clyde'sPool
gue was formed, pitching, fielding, hitting has come a long his recent Look Magazine Room, 920 NW 2nd Ave. DOLPHINS OFEN EXHIBITION IN BUFFALOThe
way. We know errors are made at crucial moments, but the
article on the "Revolt of the Come out and see billiards,
good plays offset the bad,pitchers loose ball on unearned runs "
Black Athlete. at its best. Miami Dolphins trimming itself into shape will give its
and then they win ball games on great plays, the public was muscles a mild but sincere test Sunday against Buffalo in the

crying they want a winning ball club,now they have one, where Wednesday, August 7- Bos- Cash plus trophies will be first exhibition game of the upcoming season.
are the fans, the same faces show up night after night, the ton Celtics player-coach Bill is
given away. For more infor- It a little puzzling to the average layman; but coach
only time you see a new face, is when they get in free, the Russell talks about the"Black
mation call, Roderick Silva at George Wilson will start his No. 2 quarterback, Rick Norton
; Marlins haven't too many home games left so make it an appointment Boss and the White Player"
377-5540. against Buffalo and give the hometowners the ace of his staff
I out and them. This weeks schedule
come on see ,
on August 17, against the Eagles in the Orange Bowl.
Saturday-Sunday, Marlins vs Orlando, Monday-Tuesday, Mar-
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MAURY WILLIS HAS MANGERIAL ASPIRATIONS

Buster Mathis and will be Mathis' Policeman. It Is reportedthat
CHANNEL 4 TO HOST 200 Confidence is the greatest asset to a man's ability. This
a Jones-Mathis fight is in the offering should Jones defeat
confidence that is such a prince factor is a part of Maury Wills
The summer youth recreation program sponsored by WTVJ Howard.
character and is prompting him into the inquistion of a ma-
Channel, on August 15, will entertain 200 boys and girls, at jor league managerial Job.
Toby's Cafeteria,54th St. and 7th Ave.BobGallagha, who doesa The 22-year older is a former 1966AAUand Golden Gloves
Wills the desire to become
expresses a
great Job on sports and also broadcasts the Dolphin games Champion and has won nine of 10 starts. As an amateur, he playing managerfor
one of the expansion teams of the national league in 1969.
over WIOD, will be the M.C. I think this Is a great gesture on twice defeated local heavyweight Tony Ventura and also won
He thinks his ability to would far overshadow the fact
the part of WTVJ. over Alvin Blue Lewis, the much-talked about heavy who last manage
month Kod second-ranked Eduardo Corletti. that he would be the first Negro manager in major league base-
ball.
Last year a team on its way up,the Miami Dolphins, finished -
in a dead heat with team that down the Buffalo Bills
a was Others will be announced shortly in support of the Jones-
In the final standings of the Eastern Division. This was a Howard main bout.DADE.
comedown for the Buffalo team which the three previous years

had won the Eastern Division title, and In 1964 and 1965 the "Winning Ticket1the

t AFL championship. In fairness, however, it must be pointedout !

that Coach Joe Collier's club was severely handicapped by AUTO SALES

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being In store for 1968. .61 VALIANT,. 3 chances to win !

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is Needed in Boston career. Mrs. Pittman, is the ,

Mr. Thomas Ross and Mrs. principal of the Poinciana
Georgia Doster are proud of l', Park Elementary School
their daughter, Delores Ross where she taught for 7 years = t.giI.I II I

Miller, who recently receivedher before departing for Boston. \
Master's Degree in Ele- She Is also a niece of Mr. ..
mentary EducationUrban Osie Doster, a teacher at MI-

Teaching Program)from Simmons . ami Edison Sr. High School. DRESS SHOPS EARL'S LOUNGES ZEBRA LOUNGE ACCOUNTANTSE. I

College in Boston, Mas- Y PATRICIA'S INC. 4400 NW 7th Avenue O. CULME
sachusetts. 5843 NW 17th Avenue Earl Edwards, Prop.SHAODIE'S Public Accountant t
Delores left Miami in 1963. Any where In the world 6963515LORY'S Income Tax Notary ;
Since that year she has taught "" you want to go" FASHION SHOPS TAVERN Phone 633-3735 I
,. 6800 NW 15th Avenue
,
school in Stoughton Mass.,and J TICKFR COW 6112 NW 7th Avenue Live Entertainment WeekendsUPHOLSTERY 5264 NW24th Avenue :

the Boston public schools. For j" 'ate J > NO MORE AT Martin W. Smith i
S. L. McNEALBookkeeping
the past two years she has done 1 ft'.r & Tax Service .
FUNERAL HOMES
intensive part-time study and < >>" substitute teaching.She --. : ....-J!.- RAHMINGS EVERGREEN 5509 NW 7th Avenue 691.2114 ;
I
1iUI'EL 4U/lUIJ MORTUARY 759.8907REALTORS
is a dedicated church school and to encourage themto 5253 NW 7th Avenue 4
worker. At the Twelfth Baptist help their children and to "Your Neighborhood Travel 754-068 or 754-0682 .
Church, she Is a commited become involved In the school Agents" pew *FLORIST
MAN K ER-MILTON BROWN.REALTY
Sunday School teacher,a choir program. 4740 NW >iOI'
7th
Ac near to you at your 6701 NW 15th Avenue Avenue 11..1. 11e.t4.s.
member, a member of the Wo This Miamian does not hesi- telephone. Givo us a coll. 691.9151 754.0655
men's Mission Society, a tate to give credit to Mrs. f'. deliver. 1104 NW 3rd

member of Michael Haynes Elizabeth Pittman who en- North Ave. FR Manager.WANTED 98451.. Chot. C. LAUNDRY & SAVE UP TO 40%
College Scholarship Awards couraged her a great deal at CLEANING
Committee and a member of the outset of her teaching I WILLIAMS' ON 0.0 H.W. 7th Avtllue.'J .
the Board of Christian Educa- TAILORS & CLEANERS Auto Insurance MI..,, FI 14.
tion. Also in the Mass. State 1 Day Service Alterations r
pi
4842 NW 27th Avenue r
Baptist Convention she holds a Phone 634-9251 Liability Physical Ii' .,.
position on the Executive DamageSR 'J I :
Board of Christian Education. Responsible party to make 8 payments of $9.00 or $68.20 AUTO REPAIREDW. 22 Filing :: c
cosh on a late model. :'I! II 4
Delores is affiliated with the SINGER TOUCH & SEW Sewing Machine BRYANT'S Mo One Refused 4
NAACP, Boston Branch. ZIG-ZAG included GOOD DRIVERSNo ..
She i s presently employed : Originally sold lor S182.40. Has automat bobbin winder & GARAGE :J'l' 1f;
twin needle . & t Finance Chargeas
Monograms designs Call mgr. anytime
during this summer at the 4382 NW 32nd Avenue
AQC WE WILL GUARANTEE little
Hawthorn House In the urban -1564- ,'- WE WILL DELIVERJack's 635-4210 as
area of Boston where she Is 15% OOWN !!: o. te.rWE

teaching and involved In the WIRE.FLOWERS,
AT SHELL'S CITY
WINDOW REPAIR
'
process of organizing a new ANYJftiEREjSo
(South Door) ;. IKwun.e.e
j
community non graded HENRY'S. WINDOW SERVICE -
school. MEN'S WEARSEE Install, Repair Windows, PLAZA INSURANCE < Code) 305754806l

This teacher feels a deep .Operators Licensed, Screen, Class AGENCY
Free Estimates
concern and compassion for 'MR. JACK"FOR
6359869'TUI'EL
Phone 754.4951
:
the underprivileged. She is 5941 NW 7th Avenue 758-437 1
psychologically oriented to STYLES FOR ALL AGES

their needs and feels she can The Very Latest in Men's Fashions

give substantial assistance In SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS noanw* AUTO INSURANCEImmediate
giving these children the kind
of education that they have not ITALIAN SHOES 4UH"U
SR-22 Filing
in fact,received from the Bos- 944 NW 2nd AVE. MIAMI FLORIDA "Your Neighborhood Travel l
ton public schools whose limi- Don't be fooled by low down payments for applicationswhich
Agents" do not give you insurance coverage. We have
ted curriculum is geared to the
--- ------- and take pridein
been in business for two generations
education '-. the average mid- WE'VE MOVED!!! Ae near to you a* your servicing our customers with honest explanationsand
dle class white child.She says, telephone. Give us a call. honest answers. We Insure you with companiesthat

"first the typical disadvant- Magic City & Harlem Cabs Wo Ave.deliver.FR 98451.1104 Chat.NW 3rd C. give you LOW the lowest MONTHLY possible PAYMENTS rates. .

aged' child, has to develop Operating the Citgo Service Station North, Manager. <]. GOODMAN & SONS '

within himself a positive self- 2633 Nth 62n d ST. > OX It13Rd
image and a feeling of self- LOCATION 1501 NW 62' St.. :

worthness. t
Delores says the reason she NEW t rl.
696.6400
is so obsessed with her workis
PHONE KING THE TAILOR"The
because her ex-high school,
Booker T. Washington only SERVING THE BROWNSVI LLE DOWN. I Pants King"

created within her a negativeself TOWN COCONUT GROVE AND LIBERTYI

Image. Some of the teaches CITY AREAS) 6129 NW 7th Ave.
were only concerned with
'
the students who made their
work (the teachers') easy for AUTO INSURANC ESpEClAlSTS r Pants Made to Measure Any Style

the m. She also quipped that From: 19.95

when she graduated from ;r..yyrarrwr:. ,v i Fast Service Perfect Fit Guaranteed
Booker T. Washington, she Thousands of Patterns for Your Approval
was not even given the minor SR-22Filfog*
recognition of being the young-
est student in the graduatingclass

of 1951. She says, she SERVICE FIRST "Since 1949"
can never forget how she was COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE TV SERVICE
INSURANCE AGENCY THE THERESA FLORIST
denied t
certain honors, because STEREO
RADIO TAPE
of lack of cooperationand 5841 NW 17th Avenue RECORDER

understanding on the part Expert Funeral Design
of her paents. Now she triesto JIM UVEMSOM HIS WEEK'S SPECIAL VET TVTED
relate to parents of her .
10% Reduction on FORMERLY OF f JET IS NOW VET
s Corsages
.o 379-7735
HAIR DOESN'T QRQW? PHONE 693.4531

Stands Night: 621-6056 846 NW 2NO AVENUE OPEN 9T09

S Feet High


18 Years of Responsible
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ORYfcUrtIt Delivered & Set Up '' Beautiful Homes ij / DISCOUNT
Built on Your
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Call, Us for Facts
t your fa vert fe oeeutjn eUn'or 754-7171: Building
drue *t r . Open daily 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Good Bank Financing
Sunday 11 a.m.-4 p.m. 8 8
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Temple Add IatiO Ma" .1.J'J Barbecue Patio l Stones, Pits* *Stepping Umbrellas fort ( Licensed p-.Inc.1 Insured' 2450 MW 54tfr Street

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t \ By ALBERT WELLINGTON COOKE Licensed Mortgage Broker and Owner

J::. The black neighborhood beyond dirty.It is filthy. We know Office: 5722. NW 17th Ave.
: it. Organized Society knows it.
.
Nobody but nobody does anything about it but us. Some of us Phone 693-0818

got out. Some Negroes escaped to a wee bit better slum. From 691-6638 2300 NW 65th St.
there he moves up a bit more. Black boys and girls went to
college, returned and worked their way up to the black
bourgeoise. Yet "Tobacco Road" stands as a monument to a I w
Johnnie Lee Real Estate
confused people. How can one sincerely undertake such a study
when so many things that come first need to be done.
I fear that if America could get rid of the unsightly, rodent WINNER TAKES ALL Broker
breeding, disease bearing piles of waste across the nation in
190 54
NW. ST. 158-9921
Negro neighborhoods they might forget.Theywouldhave hiddenus Winner of the 1968 Pepsi-Cola International Golf Tourna-
from their consciences. But, would we be free? Would we ment is Mr. Vernon Terry, of Harve De Grace, Md., whose FHA 2 bedroom 1 bath air conditioned -
still be in need? Would Dr. Martin Luther King's dream have 160 score proved the best among the 125 entrants In the 36- Landscape, lovely area- $13,000
come ture? "I have a dream." hole men's tourney. $400.00 down.
This is our Father's world. His will is done in heaven and Presenting the award is (left) Mr. Garnet J. Levarity, the
earth. His laws dictate that you cannot sub Jugate people; make Government Administrative Officer for Freeport and (right) NEW HOMES
them live in poor conditions and expect them to be proud like Mr. Chris Conner of Pepsi-Cola Company,which provided the 3 bedrooms- 2 bath all electric kitchen

Kings. His laws say that you can't be hungry, poor, in need trophies. Call for detai Is.CARLTON.
and create desperate people. Frustration breeds frustration. Held at the Kings Inn & Golf Club July 2-9 In Freeport, the
Hunger and need create panic.The Negro needs to be free. lie Grand Bahamas, this sixth annual edition of the PepsiColaGolf
has got to be free. He must be free or die. This is why Tournament attracted 500 people from 31 states across REALTY
throughout this nation there is going to be a long hot summer. the United States.

Unless Negroes get freedom now. Unless Dr. Martin Luther 3014 NW 19 STREET (Broker)
King's dream comes true. 5662 MAYO STREET WEST HOLLYWOOD

f f $300 down One FHA mortgage $62 monthly 693-4772 "., CALL 6353177CLOSED

Without the economic control 2 bedroomsCBS
: I
ii SUNDAYS UNTIL AFTER LABOR DAY
VOICE of his community Lot 60x100
realizes this the key to all ofhis
Tile FHA-CBS 3 Bdrm. Bath, Fenced, Bar-
Roof
dreams.He also knows that
.:.: OF a his people are not enough to Other Extras B-Q, Lrg K, Din Rm, Util i I Rm, Carpt

elect a person to a public of- 373-3304 OWNER 923-1300 Sprinklers $14,950.00-$450.00-$125.00
: THE fice like in the city of Miami Mo. pays all.
.. where we represent about 26%

of the total population but he ,. .
; COMMUNITY has great bargaining power to '. ';: { "1 FHA-CBS 3 Bdrm. Bath, LR, Fla. Rm

,I lb with negotiate with the liberal REALT K, Din Rm, Gar, Screened Patio, Exclu-

': TOM WASHINGTONThe thinking white people.The only sive Area $20,500.00 $1,675.00 Dn.

stumping black politically that $166.00 mo pays all.
two kinds of Black the young thinking Black man \ ) POKER
Power. Stokley Carmichael and the old Black man t h a tare ,
Black Power and the young aggressive paid to keep us divided.Of vot- NO QUALIFYING

.. black man's Black ing for white men that only ., ; . ..OPEN, 7 DAYS:" .. : : { Bdrm, 1 Bath, LR, Fla. Rm, K. Din Area,
Power. want to use the Black com- . .'t.- .....t.i: rr!,,\\N.r' .'!;y Cpt, Fenced, Vynl Firs, CBS- $8,775.00
The Stokley Carmichael munity to get in office with his .... $1,000 Dn. $69.00 Mo.
'J' Black Power has been little fish fries, his pat on-the back "
( more than propaganda. They and you will only see him doing NO QUALIFYING MOVE RIGHT IN !

come Into a town with their election time, when he Is run- 3 bedroom, 2 bath home in best locationat 2 Bdrm. 1 BathLR, K, Din Area, Ut Rm,

loud mouths, arousing the ning all on top of you to get your 720 NW 53rd St. Large Florida room, Cpt, Porch, StoveRefrig, Tile Rf, Vynl

young people of the communitywith vote. large front porch, Firs, CBS $10,850.00
$1,000.00
garage, carport, awn Dn
all of their threatening What we need first of all Is for
and hippy clothes and holler Ing all people who feel the way I do ings, wall to wall carpeting, cornices, $70.00 Mo. pays all.

"Kill whites' has nothing to Is to come together as a unit drapes, stove, refrigerator, air conditioner. -
MANY MORE CHOICES
do with our system that our to educate 00 u r people to buy Bargain at $10,000, $2,500 down and
country was built on,has nothing black, to support the white owner will i I I take back mortgage for bal * * * * * *
to do with stability of our business men in the black ance at $100 month. TUNE IN TO JON CARLTON in the Real Estate
economical statls that we are community.That has put some Corner, WMBM, 1490 KC, Friday 3:00: p.m. and
: trying to obtain. thing back into the blackcom- 9:00 p.m. Get Real Estate information and call
munity so it could be a better to see the homes.
All they would like to do is SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS .
: to throw a city in turnoil, an community. Very .sharp CBS at 3620. NW ))79th 'St. Large corner -
Politi need to ,
tally we
.. with a lot of loud words and no lot, Florida room, carport, rear patio, jalousie -
J. solution. And anyone else that educate our people that this is windows, awnings, FHA price 13.500 $450

:, would say anything against our the only ignorant hop to come box out better frontof 'down.$90.10 month.Opa-locka( number 624-3666)). King Realty, Inc. of Miami"King
their method Is classified
as
6e.. Known as TV and find out Size A I 8000 NW 7th
I r "First Class Uncle Tom." Bi/yt"RE: *% TODS
i.. So they get their sensationlism something about the people SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS DADE ISOUR COUNTY' .. Ave
.
that to make the decision
are going -
.: from the paper,televslsion Lovely corner 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS home. Jalousie !, KINGDOM I
coverage and the non-thinking about governing our windows, fenced yard, pretty patio, bar-b-
::; white person Is pushed deeper -community.---- ------- que, wall to wall carpeting, terrazzo floors, FHA CALL
into his prestiage view point HypnologyClinic price only $13,500 with $450 down and $90.10mo. 693-208 I
'Ii"J. of Black America. (Our Opo-locka number is 624-3666)).

.: ,: And now the other side of the ; OpensThe WILL SELL FOR FHA VALUATION

"r' corner. The young aggressive Institute of Hypnologyand Most beautiful 3 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS, we ever
: black man's Black Power Hypnotherapy Clinic has listed. We can't say enough about this gorgeous
I means two things economical opened its office at 4854 home,
.' NW Large, beautifully lands coped corner lot,
') power and potitical power. 7th Avenue. tremendous fla room, special pump and well for
M'.t Helsalmostintotaldlsaggrement The science of Hypnotherapy sprinkler system, stove, refrigerator See at 1799
: with the Car- concerns itself with help NW 93rd St. Call ust! FHA Price 18,500, $800 WATERFRONT POOL HOME
,. michael concept.He has no organizational ing to all e v i ate many problems down, $122.21 month. The Best! 1071 NW 81 STREET

funds to draw his : obesity, nervousness, Gorgeous 3 bedroom 2 bath, pool, carpets,
money from to keep him going. phobias, bed-wetting, a typi- WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES drapes, built-in stove and oven. Many extras.
cal
He looks at his community with youth behavior, impotencyand Call us for details.
.: the families with the $60.00 a other mental and func- YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR !
week Job, the lack of motivation tional disorders. $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING I EXECUTIVE AREA

; that is nothing more There will be lectures, DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY ; Beautiful 4 bedroom, 2 bath, Fla room, built-in
or less than a d e a body going demonstrations and discus- I range and oven. Like new. FHA terms.
: through the motions of life.He sions for adults only each
..: looks at the Black I business Wednesday at 8:30 p.m. The NO QUALIFYING
public is invited to hear how iltil
2180 NW 155 TERRACE
district where is no sense of REALTYBROKER
Hypnosis can be used and to
organization. Where John will discuss physical I Waterfront, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, $93 month includesall.
build a grocery stoe and will be problemsthat See this great deal.
,(; doing.well for the first fiver may arise from mental
months and Bill will come and attitudes.The 3831 NW 115 STREET
: build another grocery store clinic will also offer a 4932 NW 7th Ave. 3 bedroom, 2 bath. What a buyl! See this today.
special that caters to
next door to his. He also sees persons program in the entertainmentfield PL 9.4371 OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 24 HOUR SERVICE
: the lack of health enforcement
I : to HOMES FOR AS LITTLE AS $100 DOWNWe
y control of the food.Businesses help develop stage per "
sonality and overcome stage :J. 16000 NW 27 Ave specialite in homes for dis-
.7. in the Black district with all of .. ; .. ... persons being
r, : the dirty stores, flies and fright. r,: ,.. "- .. '. 624.. 3666 It' :.:v;.,..\..) "I',; placed in Urban Renewal area, Miami Housing
For reservations and -
appointments Projects. Veterans call if
less to see you qualify.
roaches having more or !
call Mr. Harold : E e t t.s3ilJif}; You're only phone call
; their way of contaminating Jones director. Phone 759- C1pen ''ngt-''\.: . _..... ... a away.
,
f I '' food that the people will buy. ;9265.,

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HELP WANTED CHILD CARE

ClASSIFIED Barber wanted. 100% air infants and toddlers. Best ,of B/UMST/N
ADS
condition. Phone 374-9508. care In my home. PL 8-9972. THEFORD ,


(6:WORDS OR LESS $1.50. 50 FOR EACH ADDITIONAL WORD FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS 8 1... GIANT
ADDITIONSFlorida
DEADLINE. FOB CLASSIFIED AQS TUESDAY. CPU. PORTER Rooms Bedrooms
Good salary, chance to earn Bathrooms SAY'S. . HERE'S MY

more money. Free parking, Also RemoldellngCALL RED-HOT
FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE uniforms, insurance, retire- NEWBOLD

Moneymaker.. Sundry and BEAUTY SHOP CUSTOM BUILT-DUPLEX ment plan, credit union, paid '446-3122 or 532-1858 CARDEALS

grocery store. New equip (2 chairs) plus 2 rental units, DUPLEX vacation. Must have good work Open Monday thru Friday
air conditioned low references. 45 hour week, iZViThrA
ment, excellent money maker. New Income for your queen too! 8130 10 p.m.
rent, good lease, gross$85,00 area, perfect location. Plentyof Beautiful CBS 2 bedroom, 1 afternoon. Telephone 373- Open Saturdays 8:30-6 p.m.

year. Price $17,500. Broker, parking run from streetto bath, Fla. room on each side. 2553. An Equal Opportunity OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY

371-5400. street. Drive by 1778 NW Fit for a King! Airconditioner Employer.Cook q DOUBLE FROM NOW ON
t \ ACTION
95th Street. Then call us for spacious bedrooms. Spec-
6601 NW Miami Place CBS all for kindergarten. Com- 'COLORS GWKAtt WOC i

bedroom, Florida room, car- Realty information.(Broker) 759-8779.Fenster sonal ially built use. Excellent for owner's location.per- plete charge of kitchen. 634- '2 MESSES> HAIR ll ma

port, tile roof, oak floors, no FHA $23,000, $1600 down$147 4308 633-3058. Ldnig f3eh6$* fromftirlt

qualifying, $13,250, assume= Duplex. Large 2 bedroom on & F ArrCorid
month must see toappreciate.Drive pow** mortgage of $85.00 monthly. each side. A beauty. Nice lo- by 2375 77 NW 95th WANTED *Jdod will stove
a
get ,refirg-
Buyer cation. FHA $17,500. Don't 666-0411 for
Ter. Ph. appoint- Nursery school teacher.Some
erator and air-conditioner at $3395 i
miss this one, tremendous ment. Atlantic and Pacific
preferred -
college training 1
sale price. Hurryl! Hurry!
value. Drive by 820 NW 60th Realtors. must love children and willing 1
Hurry! Aetna RealtyBroker), '
68
Street. Then call us. Fenster worker good and CHEVROLET
811 NW 54th St., phone: 757- appearance
Realty(Broker) 759-8779. references. 25 35years. Custom 2 dr. hardtopfull
5724, open 7 days. FOR RENT
634-4308-633-3058. power and Fact. Air -

OPA-LOCKA BEAUTY Nice 1 bedroom apartment PAN AMERICAN Cond. loaded with extras
9622 NW 25th Ave. Magnificent 3 bedroom FHA home. Total unfurnished, 1370 NW 46th St.
2 bedroom each side,CBS price $10,000 $100 down to $20 weekly. Telephone 373- THELMA'S BEAUTY SALON WORLD AIRWAYSThe very low mileage (Special)

duplex, tremendous screened veteran others $250 down. 7973. 1094 NW 79th Street. Wanted $2995

patio wIgh 17 x 35 foot pool. Monthly payments only $68 licensed operator. See Mrs. ,

Wall to wall,carpets, built-in plus taxes and insurance. Room. Nice neighborhood ap- Thelma Devoe. or call 693- World's Most '68 LEMANSpk

range and oven,refrigerators, Drive by, 15740 NW 159th St. ply at 1936 NW 81st Terrace. 0632. ExperitncidAirlint $ oupe full power*
air-conditioned, heat, car- Rd. then call us.Fenster Real- NOW HIRINGSTEWARDESSES

port, total price$25,000. Owner ty (Broker) 59-8779.. Efficiency. Lights and water a nf Fact ;Aijr. Qonfr I

will take back entire mort- free. Men only, 21001 NW 11 MISCELLANEOUSThe vinyl roof* &000Actual i

gage, we can tailor down pay- NO QUALIFYING Avenue. mile*.
ment to your budget, don't 2 units on one lot.Front 3 bed- daughter of the late Mrs. To Fly All $3295 i

miss this exceptional oppor- rooms; rear 2 bedrooms good Apartment 1 bedroom air- Pauline G. Campbell wishes to Six ContinentsMust

tunity. Aetna Realty(Broker), income property or you can conditioned. Adults only 115 ask that her acquaintance, "66 LEMANSSpt.

811 NW 54th St., Ph.757-5724 live rent free. Total price NW 70th Street. would not call her mother's be single, minimum age* Cpe. full power &
5J3" 5'9r.
Open 7 days. $11,000. down payment$1,500. employer for Information con- 20. Height to
: Weight 105 to 140 Ibs. Good Fact. Air. Cond., bucket
One mortgage. Easy pay Clean room. Man, working,no cerning her private, and per- health. Good vision. Must seats etc. (Loaded).
ments. A good deal. Show by drinking and honest. 633-2336 sonal estate. be high school graduate.
DUPLEX appointment only. Fenster Signed: Knowledge of a foreign $2195

LIKE NEW $16,900 Broker 759-8779. H. M. Campbell, daughterloursMlne language.
Realty ( ) Room for man or lady in nice 1(
NORTH MIAMI BEACH AREA neighborhood conveniently lo MIAMI INTERVIEWSWednesday i QLii$

LIVE RENT FREE NO QUALIFYING cated. Cooking privileges and :.August 14 Pelt a Ba-4Dr Bar*

CALL BETWEEN and 1 3 bedroom nice home. Re- reasonable priced. To see call top -fiiWy $&& * ForfntirviiwippelntmintCall
MU 8 4088 Mrs. S.
-
quires a good down payment NE 5-4805.

with monthly payments only Li' Pan Am 637-2778

SOUTH MIAMI AREA $84 includes everything.Drive Room in private home. Call
An Equal Opportunity EnpUyirA
5834 SW 66th STREET by 1083 NW 76th St. Call us 635-7626. NOW SHOWING '61 MALIBU2Dr.Hardtop.V8auto.

Just painted inside and out. 2 Fenster Realty (Broker) 759- MIAMI DRIVE-IN Plan for Progress -

bedroom 1 bath, with extra 8779. Room in private home for a Company matic, PI steering, radio, tir

large room. Ideal location. respectable clean lady. 691- w/s/walls etc.
3 bedroom 2 bath in ,
Market beauty 0425.
Walk to Stevens $1995flS6
North Shore area. Hardwood ,
schools and buses. To see call
floors 75 x 100 lot Store NW 62ndSt.Zone c '
Phil Perry Realtor, Inc. 377- garage. ; YOU MAY GET 0'0 DGCo.t
beautiful landscape FHA or B-3. $75 per month. Call at '
0587. 50'0' B.. T p''lull
n Sp't.
conventional Drive by 1120 6243829. First and last mon-
NW 89th St. Then call us for th's rent. IMMEDIATE RELIEFI p ,we'" 8 Faet. LuckeJgt
3 bedroom CBS Fully fur-
all information. Fenster (Ag. 30))
nished, built-in Kitchen.$10- !,. etc.
Realty(Broker) 759-8779. .$ SAV.E '$, I
000 cash. Call Thursday Saturdays I YOU SUFFER FROM
Room for rent in private home
635-3857. $350 DOWN FHA for single woman or man.Call '64 GRAND

5900 NW 5th AVENUE 634-0155. SPASMODIC ASTHMA BACKACHES Prix- fully power & Fact I
2 BEDROOM CBS FLORIDAroom
,
utility room. Fully fur- Lovely 2 bedroom CBS. Fla. NERVOUSNESS SKIN DISEASE Air.Cond., bucket seatsa II
room air-conditioned. Al- Duplex apartment 2 bedroom
nished. Nice efficiency apartment FRIGIDITYBED ( real jewel)
lapattah Realty. 633-0426. stove furnished. One to two IMPOTENCE -
goes with this for extra = $1595
children only. Depositrequire ,
WETTING STAMMERING
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to
income. Fenced yard. Walk
161 NW 68th Street. A special 3028 NW 52nd St. Phone ",64. C '.DILACCottved
7th Ave. FHA price $14,000. .
deal for veterans and 221 peo- 633-8830. SMOKING ALCOHOLISM
iblfr) fait '
; ;
$450 down. $97.01 Month TU- power
BIN REALTORS. 7906 NW 7th ple only. Gorgeous two bedroom Rentis MENSTRALIRREGULARITY $,Fpcf.Aft. aqd. UO'a .
Nice 691-6647.
oak floors, carport, room -
Ave. Ph. 691-4785. Fla. room. FHA $12,300. No reasonable. FEARS SPEECH DISORDERS eiJ,with. extros, ).

r closing cost. Total down pay- ,$.1695
8791 NW 25th AVENUE ment $550. Monthly $88.04. Room in private home for quiet OBESITY MIGRAINEAND '
64 LINCOLN
3 bedroom CBS.Florida room, This doll house will not be man. Work days or working i

utility room, air-conditioner, available long. Bring your da- couple. 634-9654. Continental Convertible {
stove and refrigerator. Large posit today seller pays all MANY OTHER MENTAL full power Fact Air.

corner lot. FHA price $15- closing cost. Aetna Realty Room for elderly couple and FUNCTIONAL DISORDERS Con a*. (Loaded with ex

500. $500 down. $103.57 month I (Broker), 811 NW 54th St. Ph. elderly 1 man. Cooking call tras.) '
TUBIN Realtors. 7906 NW 7th 757-5724. Open 7 days. after 7 p.m. 693-2534. SELF-HYPNOSIS TAUGHTHYPNOTHERAPY $1495

Avenue. Ph. 691-4785.

2 bedroom frame house. $20 weekly unfurnished 2 CLINICPH.

175 NW 68th STREET Screen porch patio,well. kept bedroom. Free gas and water. ,I
Modern 2 Bedroom duplex. yard. 634-5536. 6043 NW 24th Avenue.APARTMENTS 159 9265

Tile roof, hardwood floors 7th Ave. r
NW
jalousy windows, appliances. FOR RENT 4854 (show room new); I

Close to schools, bus and GOING OUT OF BUSINESS 1801 NW 44th St. $12.00 $1435

shopping. FHA price $16,000.' HOTEL FURNITUREFor 1800 NW 79th Street $18.00 '64
$600 down. TUBIN Realtors. SalePARADISE 3320 NW 53rd Street $17.50 BONNEYVILLE

7906 NW 7th Ave.Ph.691-4785 HOTEL 1700 NW 58th Street $16.50 MALE LAUNDRY HELP Convertible full power
363 NW 17 Street. Telephone Dixie Rental 633-2429 & Fact. Air. Cond. (like

College and career girls, office 696-7977. Loaders, pullers, extractor operators. Good new). .

girls,teachers,businessmen 4 Bedroom house. 3320 NW 53 wages. Production bonus. Excellent com $1495 '
come to Grace's. You St. $30 per week. Call Dixie benefits .., I
Nice large duplex for sale 2 pony paid vacation, permanent job. I
will find the latest in fashions, bedroom each side. $1,000down. Rental 633-2429. Must be 18 or over. Apply in mornings. No

originals, skirts, sweaters, 3737973.Not Ask for Na- s walls
suits, phone calls please. Mr. Findley,
silks cotton linen
,
coats jackets. AH like new.,' HELP WANTED tional Linen Service, 1950 NW 1st Avenue. [uggdg responsible for the frau- Insurance salesman. Full or )
Now at only fraction of origi- Inonfiy Spejciot
nal cost. Also children house- dulent use of my name to purchase parttime. Be your own boss. $895
property or close any Career opportunity. Great fu-
2nd Ave.
hold items, 2512 NE .
business transactions.R.
754-5568.
ture.
371-8372. Daily 10-6. Austin Ford
KYLER FEMALE LAUNDRY HELP

ATTENTION I III!! INVESTORSWe Qualified headw'Uer for cala-local Flat work, feeders, folders. Good wages. Florida's Largest Ford
teriaor No. 1 waiter, Dealer !
and 8 '
have good 5 unit No qualifying modern CBS 2 background. 661-7642. Excellent company benefits. Paid vacation, Home Owned & Operated

unit apartment building with-good excellent bedroom, 1 bath,Florida room permanent job. Production bonus. Must be 18 3801 NW 27th AV.. MIAMI

down investment- excellent return carport, tile roof, hardwood COULD YOU USE $20 or over.' Apply in mornings. No phone calls Used Car -SUNDAYS NE 5.0310CLOSED
payment callus floor, close in town location. IN CASH? National Linen Service. 1950 NW''
please.
Investment. 15 minutes from most anywhere *
on
your infor $1,000 down monthly payment Take orders for only bottles In Miami0'
for locations and all 1st Avenue Ask for Mr. Findley.
Bro- arranged. Atlantic and Pacific of Watkins famous Vanilla and
mation. Fenster .Realty(
,
Realtors 666-0411. Pepper. Call 949-4793.
ker) 759-8779. 1

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