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Out Of Evil Must Come ((1\tio'd\'

AN EDITORIAL ot fV

The violence which erupted in Miami's Liberty City area
can only be attributed to the lack of real community interestin
helping to solve the growing problems of our county's urban -
growth -- unemployment, housing, Jobs, etc.

This problem is not restricted to the Liberty City community .
though that was the scene of the mostviolent disturbances
last week when Miami's illusions of tranquility werd +
completely shattered.
Perhaps, 11 gave each of us an opportunity to really s e I.
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 16, 1968 32 Pages 1STP11'CE
things as they are.
Months ago, the Miami Times editorially recommend
certain changes in the police department--including a new BOTHERS I
3 Die In Riot
lice chef, community relations staff on the force, and ma y ,
others -- yet, dose pleas for the most part have gone' M .
headed, and we now see the results of it. Three people, all Negroes, ..{.II
NDERFUL were killed in last week's two \
It seems rather trivial to us whether the disturbance was days of racial violence in Lib
started by "outside agitators" or not. What does matter is erty City.

that the seeds of discontent, despair, hunger, unemploymentpolice Calm returned to the LIb- Just appointed by City Man- John J. Austin, 27, of 1423
brutality, and many others were allowed to exist in this erty City area Tuesday as National ager Melvin Reese. NW 68th St. and Moses Cannon -
great "liberal" community.The Guardsmen and Small children gaily said 27, of 1361 NW 61st St.,
riot last week came as no surprise to us. It should Sheriffs deputies pulled out of good-bye to the Guardsmen as Apt. 11, were killed by policeat
have not surprised any of you either, if you had only looked rAe riot-torn area.A they piled into trucks and Jeeps the intersection on NW 15th
around you and seen the results of social injustice and Inequality curfew had been imposedon with their equipment. Walking Avenue and 62nd Street as the
surely you would have seen the disturbance coming most areas of the city of patrols were picked up as the men were gunned down when
too.Perhaps Miami and some incorporatedareas convoy :wound out of Liberty eight City of Miami police of-
we can learn from this bitter experience which left during the height of the City. ficers answered snipers fire
three of our brothers dead, another 68 hurt or wounded and an racial disturbance. The cur- from an alley with rifle fire.A .
entire community under marshall law and stringent curfew few, however,was lifted TUes- third man, police Identi-
restrictions. : day and police were orderedto fied as EJester Cleveland, 45,
Last week's riot also vivdly pointed out hecommunity- resume normal patrols of 329 NW 22ndSt. .9,was
lations policy of Chief Walter Headley has failed miserably.The without riot equipment. an innocent bystander and

t actions by Miami policemen and Sheriffs deputies, as There were no incidents or caught in a crossfire between JOHN J. AUSTIN
witnessed by several of our staff members, leaves much to be signs of unrest late Tuesdayor police and snipers at the intersection . Riot Victim "
desired in the training these officers receive. The flagrantuse Wednesday as the National Y 'I F* of NW 3rd Avenue Thursday the second day of I
of tear gas and the violent and horrendous treatment of Guardsmen pulled out on and 22nd Street. All three men Miami's racial trouble.
residents, prisoners and others is nothing this city or countycan schedule and reported to arm were killed in violence on None of the men were armed.
be proud of. Our staff members saw many real examplesof ories to turn in their equip-
"police brutality.' No one attempted to hide it, thereforeit ment and be returned to inac-
existed throughout the period of violence. Many actions by tive status. 2,000 Delegates Here For
the police were unwarranted, unnecessary and terribly cruel. 'I
We hope something constructive is done to rid- the force of RadioTV Announcers Meet
men who would perpetrate such actions.

The Greater Miami Urban Coalition can play an importantpart t Some 2,000 delegates from Poitier Godfrey Cambridge,
in bringing all elements of the community together within l LT. LEROY SMITH throughout the world began arriving Nancy Wilson, Aretha Franklin
the private and public sectors in Dade County. For it is the II Monday for the 14th annual Lou Rawls and Patty Drew.
Reese named Ted Nichols, National Association
of
function of the Coalition to plan for the betterment of our community .
i < in the
future.
and Police Lt. cers Convention at the
Shera-
a The Coalition can become a unified power structure unlike f : PIPELINE
Leroy Smith, who recently ton Four Ambassadors Hotel ,
any we have ever seen in the past. took a course in community \ "
But more importantly, a new formed group of black community uAY I Wednesday through Sunday. 'Look or' revisions, 'Inthe .
relations at Northwestern \ "
The presence of NATRA will '.
leaders can, and should, be more important instru- toco. j ;.War:on Povertyfci s
a \ a community bring,many')egro.leaders andentertainers t agehc) t'=.: 't economic
. ment in meeting the challenges which we haveaheadous.. r'Mayor .
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kraal. .
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i MiamlTimeslnanedltarial Dir4cter ,:M rl
t a 7Tit: black man has truly never been given a greater oppor'tufi ttDitc Ots The speak, to,entertain, or to joinin fCiPJOt".t'r\: I \ ,0. !,'/ has .already/,,. . .#
%Jo,present his case in Dade County than he has at the months ago, called for the festivities. key-odmlnls: ,
Stephen
1'' the of Relations Clark also such a team to avoid possible Among dignitaries and celebrities f j
present mnfnt would: n words Community tratlve change. end she "
; announced that the city would
;I Board Chairman Harry Cain,"be a sad day if the'opportunity racial disorder during the who will attend the con ptomJ.. .' .to mole oven I
:1 is evaded or avoided." concentrate'its efforts to solve ,summer. But'the plan. went un- vention are Mrs.Coretta King, t mor. The changes In the.i <.
its racial problems throughthe heeded. widow of the late Reverend Dr. I staff and reorganisation of' '
Greater Miami COalition.The Though applauding the appointments Martin Luther King, Nicholas I the program should prove to
:- "'f-- :- wv<" .rA .- 400;" coalition, an arm of the lllarni City Com- Johnson, chairman of the Fed- be most beneficial' to'h.
Urban Coalition of America i community. Reportedly,many .
missioner Athalle Range said; eral Communications Com-
... A TIMES a national organization de- "1.must say, however,that I mission, Congressman John of being the brought chang.'nyolve up to high blacks ad.- .j-
';. voted to the problems of the regret that it has been so long Conyers of Detroit, Reverend 'nlatratl..v.1' posts
.). cities, was formed only coming, that we would form a Jesse Jackson of the Southern I that wore not previously hold ,
months ago. Clark said it community relations activityin Christian Leadership Confer- by blocks Former executive 4 ":t
I would work with other com- I t director Richard '
or community. ence, State Representative : W
II' munty relations agencies -- She saidshehopesLtSmith Han Bond of Georgia, come-. : I.yr.f' used !o make Weotho//
the: ,:han,..< currently .
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including a two-man city team
f. CONTINUED ON PAGE 4 dian Bill Cosby, Sidney d.rway f j r

f Tte Miami ;Times.salute this week goes! .te;fee. cRteeas
Ii and Officials of Dade County and the city of.Miami,'Waciaad '.
I ; "IMI';who served commuaity so well dwteg tee, ,
1 time .disorder, last I week They worked long and
.
f' head bMfc in'a* e4feft to flad sciaticas to the problems

,'& whtefe cawed tee riot.iteay r -'.;

P of these people went where, the action was last I II
I weekwhile otherft,Nfeo should,.have been in the: rint-tora (
Liberty City area .were In'their air-conditioned officesdowntown. f.
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Many faced abuse and possible physical harm, but \ 4 i: ; : iJ
I nevertheless came to Liberty City to help get to tbairoot. ;
of the problem which caused the civil disorder. : b
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... Among those we salute are; Mayor Chuck Hall; Miami ..
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Mayor:"Steve Clark; City Manager Melvin Reese; County 4 1
't t nag exporter Homer; Community Relations Board 1S.4 '
i Chairman Harry Cain; Commissioner Earl Starnes;
; Alleen Lob of the County Manager's office;Congressman-
Claude Pepper Dade Housing Director Haley Sofge.{ ...\
; 4
. I Also William,,Arimony, presfdent of the Greater Miami:1 t l'o\
,I I Coalition; Alvah Chapman, general ma.nager"ofthe" Miami .(
Herald; Clark'Asb, associate editor of the Miami News; 9;,. lip '
Georgia Jones, a black community leader Robert Slmms, a, .ti.FtilY" ."
I executive director of the Community Relations Board;;Lee I
,, I Black, a local mortgage broker Marie: Carl, executive
.: I director of EOPI; William Wynn, of the United Fund; 4
\\ I ,Miami City Commissioner Atnalie Rang; Archie t Mtr ,
I Hardwlck, director of JESCA; Bernie Dyer director of .
the Liberty City Community Council; Rev, Thedore Gibson ,
,,4 ; Dr. John O. Brown, vice Chair man of the Community

t. relations Cities program Board Gordon ElvIn Dean Johnson of theQreater,director MiamiUrban of the Model: '; Part of the crowd at Saturday's meeting at the Claude Pepper and Mrs. Aileen Lotz, admfnistra-

-"League; Ray Prado of (the Urban Coalition;L.D.Kennedy, Food Fair Happy Miami Center I is shown as Miami tive aide to the county manager. Youn fmllitant ;,

a"teacher and car 4ales man;.Leonard Walker. : : teacher, Times Editor Garth Reeves presides the meeting. Robert Gilbert has his back turned to the camera. ;

.Thlsls only a' partial list of the dozens of B; d&inffi aDS Black and white leaders shown include (L-R) Mipm! He later presented a five-point plan to end the racial;: t

.Wsorved: our:community..well. during ;tfine, :iof.:grave, City Commissioner A thai II! e Range, Miami Major inequality in the county and city.For other stories ,

}, ;- .Y: .;** :(: ,' ; 5> "" ' Stephen Clark, Metro Commissioner Earl Startles, and pictures on Miami's riot last week, see pages

'r *;:. a.-'i'h::. jai ;;<, n,'} Dade Housing Director Haley Sofge, Congressman 2, 4, 5, 17 and 21. -t




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I I The Story Of Miami's Riot I IThe Mystery Drowning Surrounds Of '



afternoon of August 7th, 1968,found the first day of Mi- building where the mass rally was held.The targets were cars
ami's first major racial violence in the city's history. driven onto 62nd Street.
Students
Here is a report on what led to the disturbance which en- Several black leaders, including Dr.John 0. Brown and Lee College '
veloped our city's largest blak neighborhood, Liberty City. Black, asked the police to pull back the white officers and leave
The first night of the Republican convention was a failure to the black officers and to barricade the 62nd Street area from Mystery Is surrounding the At 2 a.m. Saturday,her mo-
Miami's blacks who had massive to protest the white motorists. called
planned a rally of two teen-agers ther the hotel In an ef-
alleged racial policies of the Republican party A similar plan had worked recently for Carl Stokes, mayorof drowning in the pool of fort to locate her daughter.The .
The next night, a group of blacks attempted demonstratein Cleveland, who barred all white policemen and reportersfrom early Red Saturday Lion Motor Hotel at hotel said that police
front of Convention Hall where the convention was being the ghetto faring the serious outbreak of racial violence the 18250 Collins Ave., Miami would get in touch with her.
held, but this effort also proved a failure. there last month. The Williams family was noti-
So, the group planned a third show of strength They Invited The move helped restore order to the neighborhood in Beach.The victims were identifiedas fied of the drownings at 5am.
Rev. Ralph Abernathy, president of the Southern Christian Cleveland despite bitter criticisms from law enforcement Linda J. Williams, 18, by police.
Leadership Conference, and Wilt Chamberlain,a professionalstar agencies across the nation. of Mr. and Mrs. Police believe that one of the
basketball player among the list of impressive speakersto The police, however, did not barricade the streets and they daughter Williams of 15950 NW two was having difficulty in the
address the massive rally outside a storefront at NW 62nd continued to let traffic flow through the area. Frank of water and that the other
Snead Jumped
17th Pl. and Ernest
St. and 17th Avenue. The department defended the policy saying the barricades ,
into the
pool to
The speakers were supposed to complain about the lack of "weren't necessary at all.They would have only incited, rather Chesapeake, Va., who was a assist.
Integration at the GOP convention, stress the Importance of than calmed, the situation." hotel guest. The bodies of the girl, clad
the black vote In the November elections, and demand that The 100 white and black policemen seemed to disappear.None The bodie of the pair were In a blouse and Bermudas
the white man get out of the ghetto neighborhoods.The were visible to reporters walking the Liberty City found at the bottom of the hotel's h 0 r t s, and Snead, wearing
crowd that gathered at NW 62nd Street and 17th Avenuewas streets. pool early Saturday swim trunks were found in the
young and angry. And it exploded. Black began directing traffic in th 17th Avenue intersec- morning.. drain area of the pool at the
Calm was finally restored to Liberty City late Thursday tion, and as he did,teenagers began breaking windows and looting Both were students at Vir- nine foot level by Albert Ferryof
night after Governor Claude Kirk imposed at 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. There was no one there to stop them. ginia State University in New Haven, Conn at 1 a.m.
curfew on the area. Kirk ordered National Guardsmen Into While the police were regrouping, a yellow Mercury bear- Petersburg, Va. Snead had
Liberty City, along with a force of Sheriffs deputies to restore ing "Wallace for President" stickers on its bumpers drove flown to Miami to meet the Ferry, also a hotel guest,
law and order to the riot-torn area. through the disturbance area. Williams family. However, he said he noticed shadows in the
Among local blacks who played an important role in organi- When the driver reached 15th Avenue,the car stalled. Rocks never lived to meet them. pool around 8 p.m., but said
zing the massive black rally was James Chatmon, the deposed pelted the car, and the driver, his face bloodied, was helpedout The couple was last seen at that he thought the shadows
president of the local SCLC chapter,and Clarence Edwards, of the car and taken through the back door of a bar and then 5 p.m. poolside by hotel were not human, according to
who had leased the meeting hall, which was being used as a to the hospital.The guests, police said. At 8 p.m. police. He later returned to the
"Vote Power" voter registration headquarters.The car was overturned and a cheer went up. Then a match Friday, Linda had called her pool and discovered the
widely circulated flyer advertising the meeting said the was dropped into the gas tank and the car exploded into flames mother, Mrs. Odesa Williams, bodies.
speakers would Include representatives from the United Black and heavy smoke. to say she was coming home, Autopsies will be performedlater
Students, the Black Panthers, the Congress of Racial Equality, Miami's first racial violence had begun. the police report said. this week.
the National Associatin for theAdvancementofColoredPeo-
ple, and a black power group known as B.A.T.E.
Hosea Williams, demonstrations director of theSCLC con
firmed that Dr. Abernathy was scheduled to attend the mass
rally.

"He was supposed to close It out," said Williams "We were .<. Jr.,
not knowledgeable of the activity that was supposed to take
place from 1 to 7."
The mass rally was scheduled to last for 12 hours, from 1 r .. f'
,
p.m. Wednesday to 1 a.m. Thursday. : ';j'J j/',
Rev. Abernathy and Chamberlain were the most impressiveof
the list of speakers scheduled toattendthe rally, and when 1
they didn't show up the crowd began to heat up. ,. fi.,t ltd= t'' ; 'r's .r !? r d
Chamberlain, who was an aide to Republican presidential .\ .
candidate Richard Nixon, confirmed he was scheduled to ap- Li
pear, but said his appearance was to be late in the night.
The action appeared to have triggered further with the attempt -
by a white, Miami Herald reporter, who attempted to .
attend the mass rally. Officials of the rally had earlier indicated _____
to the news media that a "black only! policy ,would be _
observed.

The Herald reporter was bodily carried out by three blacks v pt.
when he refused to leave the meeting. ..p '
Fifteen City of Miami policemen, most"white,then parkedIn
the parking lot of a hamburger stand across the street and
later warned the group congregating at the mass rally that they
should limit their picketing to the sidewalk, and to stay out of
the street. It was about 4:30 p.m. now.
Most of the officers left about 5 p.m. leaving one motor-
cycle officer at the intersection of 62nd Street and 17th Avenue.
Moments later, two other cruisers pulled up and remained
there. The motorman left.

About 6:30 p.m. the crowd had gotten larger and angrier.. u tI
Bottles and bricks were starting to fly, a 100-man contingentof
the police force moved into the Liberty City area and lined I /:
the streets. :

Bricks, bottles, chairs, and other articles began falling like
rain onto 62nd Street from the upper stories of the apartment

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.1 I Metro Zoning Department Should Be Investigated I I




FROM WHERE I SITBY -
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BY BILL McBRIDE



DOES ANYBODY ,: ,
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REALLY CARE ? ? ?

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Astounding as it may seem,standing and occupied by human .. .
beings with the consent of the Metro Dade County Minimum .....;w.'" ... ; ::: :: '

Housing this Department of and at a ridiculous rental of$16.00 perweekJs 1Ii :....... 'i\'! "".'. .. :,.._..,,..;;..,...>;;:. ".;.. ...,
group 13 one room frame miniature fire traps -
which are reminiscent of housing units one would expect to Zoning Director Recommended Th';These Shacks Be Allowed to RemainThe I
find in the back woods of deepest and darkest Mississippi,
where no one seems to care about how our black brothers live. Times, in several other articles labeled these shacksas ever, the ZAB, at a public hearing on Monday, voted unani-
unfit for human habitation and called for their condemnation mously to deny the request.Hence,the four units must be de-
Believe it or net; these shacks containing only one room anda and demolition to no avail. molished.The .
bath with no back door; measuring only 9' x 13'; crowded on We breathed a sigh relief when told recently by a spokesman fact that the County Fathers are allowing this type of
a 85' x 86' lot and violating every housing regulation on the for the c 0 un t y that the widening of 22nd Avenue would deplorable condition to remain In existence causes us to won-
books are not in Mississippi. They are right here in All- force the razing of all these buildings,only to learn later that der if they are really interested in removing blight from the
American Dade County at Northwest 61st Street and 22nd Ave- only four had to go. Negro Community.
nue in the heart of the Model City area. And then came the real shocker. We can see no success whatsoever for the Model City pro-
The owner, claiming the loss of rental from these four units 'gram If we continue to allow these conditions to remain.
As far back as March 18, 1966, this column called public would inflict financial hardship on her,had the gall to file for From where I sit, the action of the Zoning Director in recommending -
attention to this deplorable situation and filed a strong protest variances which would have permitted her to move these four approval of these variances, while being fully
with the Dade County Minimum Housing Department onlyto units back toward the rear of this already overcrowded lot. aware of all the non-conformities already existence,is defi-
be told that this so called housing development did meet More than shocking was the fact that the Metro Zoning Director nitely grounds for a thorough investigation into this entire mat-
the minimum requirements and that the owner, Mrs. Etha recommended that the Metro Zoning Appeals Board approve ter from the time of issuance of the building permits in Marchof
Beck would be allowed to rent same for human habitation. the requested variances of zoning regulations. How- 1966 to the present.to .



Miamian Named Daytona Beach Jackie Will Not Back NixonNEW I


YORK. Jackie Rob- the best of my ability," said In 1960, Robinson campaignfor
HeadResearch inson, a traditional supporterof Robinson, who played for the Nixon, whom he describedat
, Building Department the Republican Party, said Brooklyn Dodgers from 1946to that time as "a championof
Sunday he would! support any 1956 and was elected to civil rights."
Ass t. Sylvester ing to complete work on his Democrat against Republican baseball's Hall of Fame in Robinson said he now feels
Murray has been appointedhead Master's Degree In govern- Richard M. Nixon in the No- 1962. that "never could I support
of Daytona Beach's new mental administration.At vember presidential election.He Richard Nixon for president."
Building Dept., Acting City the end of his Internship said Nixon is part ota"ra Robinson backed Rocke- He said he discussed his decision -
Manager F. T.Kain announced former City Manager Norman cist ticket." feller's unsuccessful presi- with Rockefeller and
last week after the City Com- R } Hie key retained Murray Robinson, 49, said he would dential bid in 1964, but refused that the governor "under-
mission approved a salary and a permanent employe, naming resign as an aide to Republican to endorse the GOP nomi- stood." Rockefeller was not
the title of Building and Property him Planning and Research Gov. Nelson A. Rocke- nee, Sen. Barry Goldwater, available for comment.
Director. Assistant. feller, a post he has held more and supported president John Robinson said Nixon had
In October, 1965, Murray than two years;! v son. He was a national vice "prostituted himself"* to the
Murray who Just observedhis received, his Master's Degree "If they'll have me,:HI sup- chairman of'Republicans'"andIndependents Southern vote at the GOP convention A.
27th birthday, is the first from the University of Penn- port the Democratic nominee for Johnson. .
Negro ever to be in charge of sylvania. He was a Fels Scholar -
a Daytona Beach depatment. in the Wharton Graduate
...
School.
Kaln said the appointmentwas
made by City Manager Except for 21 months'Army FOR THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMMODATIONSAT
duty, which ended last November -
Charles Jackson before he
.. MODERATE RATES-CALL
Murray has served con-
went on vacation.
tinuously with the city. Murraywas
Murray's department is born in Miami and grad-
composed of: a Planning Division Mur ray's salary was increased uated from Miami Northwestern BONDED
taken from the Finance from $9,069 to $11- High in 1959. He and his
Dept; and Maintenance and 024. wife Carolyn,live at 726 Madison -
Licenses and Inspection divisions Ave. with their 17 months'old
taken from the Public Murray's promotion cli- daughter, Kimberly.His .
Works Dept. The Building maxes a city career which began parents, Mr. and Mrs. 4
Dept has 32 permanent em July, 1964, when be came Tommie Lee Murray live at AGENC4b. ,.-- \
ployes. to City Hall as an intern seek- 1034 NW 77th St. here. 'J I

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:;z :: : :; : a c1/y'c THE MANAGEMENT LARGEST. AGENCY PRIVATE THE HOUSING SOUTH RENTAL, OPERATING AND '


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E.T IN DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES I
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!! 1' 1] irih1 t.A fltet of cars and collectors give door to door ttrvict for
tenants convenienceA

community recreation center for teenagers and adults "rent
I liii free,"furnished(yd.air conditioned foryour comfort and enjoyment.A . \

b public relatlont department to assist you with your problems. ',:

Tenants concern will stopvandalism and reduce It. costofhousing. I

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4150 NW 7th Avenue 759-8733 :

14255 NW 22nd Avenue, Opa-locka MU 8-0617
20848 South Dixie Hwy., Cutler Ridge- CE s. 553.

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

1163 NW 3rd Avenue FR 3-8416

3801 Grand Avenue, Grove HI 5-1381 "

.' 512 NW 1st Ave., Hallandale -. WA 7.2434 j

339 ammondvi |lie Rd., Pompano WI 3-2434
Officers meet at the NATRA convention at the Sheraton Four Ambassa-

dors Hotel in Miami. Seated left to right: Novella Smith, Housing Chairman ; HON. L. L. BROOKS, President .'

Ronnie Granger, Capitol Records;"Buzz" Willis, RCA-Victor; Eddie O'Jay, GEORGE P. HARTH, General Manager

Jack Gibson, Decca Records ; Effie Smith, Shout Records. Standing left to CHARLES. A. LOCKHART, Public Relations Director \,

right: Joe Medlin, Decca; Claude Sterrett; President E. Rodney Jones; Greg 1,
Moses, ex-officiomember of board of directors. Miami-Metro Dept. of pub- . .If I am to enjoy. a better life, others must live better too." L. L. Brooks \:

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4 THE MIAMI TIMES, FRIDAY, AUGUST 16, 1968

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Office 6530NW 15th Ave., Miami, Fla. 33147-Phon.r691.0421 fcy Whitney M. Young Jr. By Booker T. Hayes k \ -...... '"

H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher "-
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor Executive Director National Urban LeagulJf ...
Couldn't Happen Here?
STANLEY I. SWEETING Theatrical Editor --. .- It


National Advertising Representative What Price Backlash ? Those holdouts, who would still deny the basic American
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2400 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, III. 60616 start, and race is proving to be an important issue for both the greatest producing country the world has known, the edu-

parties. But while concerned people are trying to gather sup- cational process shows signs of having failed miserably along

ONE YEAR 55.00 SUBSCRIPTION- SIX MONTHS -RATES$3.00 ,FOREIGN $6.00 port for an attack on poverty and urban problems, the back- the lines of human relations. Everyone had previously agreed

lashers are growing more vocal. that "It couldn't happen here," but now that we have become

Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post! vulnerable even the experts are at a loss in explaining
our
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 We see some of this backlash sentiment in some speechesand ,
themselvesto brief but costly experience in summer violence. They find an
to
bring
interviews who can't seem
people
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"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"The benefits explanation hard to come by, because they form their analysis
NEGRO PRESS believes that support anything that benefits Negroes,even when it
America
can best lead in the Their
from Information gathered wrong areas.
analysisis
the world from racial and notional antagonism when it accords whites as well.
to every man regardless of his race, creed or color his humor What backlashers don't realize is that in supporting the made from information received from middle and low in-
and legal rights. Hating no man, fearing tv> man-the Negro harming come families. The fact that they qualify under one of these
Press cause of "keeping the Negro In his place, they are
strives to help
in the firm belief
every man that all
men eliminates them as a legitimate
source of
two categories information
are hurt as long as anyone Is held back. themselves. Fm not talking about the obvious fact that the -

coming of justice will bring an end to urban unrest rm talk- .

ing about the abvious benefits for all people by improving the It is true that people in these categories have problems that

'It $ nttbnnh lot of black citizens. to them appear monstrous in dimensions,but they know nothingof

Efforts to eradicate poverty from our midst will benefit the the frustrations that haunt those who qualify under the no-

majority of poor people who are white. Replacing the slums income category.This is where the violent element of the com-

QUIET PREVAILSLast with decent housing will put white workers on jobs as well as munity can be found. This element furnishes the nucleus of

week's disruption that erased the good name Miami black workers. Improving the schools and the health facilities snipers, looters, and arsonists found in the mainstream of any
will help white kids to learn and save the lives of white babiesas have all but of
had as far as rioting and race relation is concerned, seems civil disorder. They given up hope achieving in

to be over. That, at least, is worthwhile news. well as black. this society, under these conditions, and thus are designed to
Sometimes out of evil comes good. There was much that Since black citizens are relegated to the lowest rung of the be as destructive as possible.In .

citizens could not condone but let's its economic ladder they suffer most from unemployment, bad
many keep going, over
The housing, and bad schools. But make no mistake about it, there my opinion, this is where the direct pressure to avoid a
National Guardsmen sheriffs have been
now. deputies
of last weeks disorder should be We know
whites blacks and white repetition applied.
are more than there
poor are poor ,
withdrawn and control returned to the chiefof
city police.Acting
than do black the spots frequented by these young people, so why not carry
Police Paul Denham and National Guard General people stand to benefit from reforms even more
Adj. HenryW. people. the job offers to them? After having tried, and being turned
McMillan ordered the return to normal and normal
activity Alabama stands as a monument to whofeels an 1m- down a few times it becomes easier to put it off until tomor-
uniform but instituted two which constituted anyone
new policies a
substantial change from previous policies. pluse to yield to backlash and wants to see where it can lead. row, and this problem plaques many of our young people. They
consider the effort a waste of time.
Every car patrol in Liberty City is to be staffed with one rm picking that state because one of its former governorsis
white and one Negro officer. This was one of the pleas made running around the country making converts of people as far The type of job offered plays a big part In determiningits
by the teams will also be acceptability. Our young people are better oriented than
in
Negroes. Integrated patrol placed north as Wisconsin and Connecticut. But Alabama is a good
downtown Miami and Similar action is be any generation before them, and for work or play to be mean-
Coconut Grove. to
place to lock if you want to see how much it costs to keep black
taken in Coral Gables. ingful, it must provide a challenge, positions that offer no
people down and to keep federal anti-poverty programs to a
minimum.The challenge will continue to go begging because we are dealing

with a peculiar breed. The majority of these young people,
WHERE WERE MAURICE DAVID AND I IRWIN average Alabamian makes about $900 less than other
with an exception of hardship cases, represent the dropouts
people in the U.S. The state spends about 50 percent less on its
from the various public school systems. By their own action,
During last weeks tense hours of crisis, three of the Miami schools than the average for the country. Nearly half of Alabama's to with the
they declare themselves eligible cope many com-
Commissioners young men who are called for the draft flunk it on
City were strangely conspicuous by their ab- up .
them-
plex problems that accompany adulthood. They judge
from the troubled literacy or health grounds.The .
sence area.
selves as equals according to the standards they have accepted,
Commissioners Maurice Ferre, David Kennedy and Irwin state is near the bottom of the standings in many areas
yet the age of this admission has varied greatly depending upon
Christie could not be found anywhere when their help and lead- of income, health and education. The only thing it leads the the individual. One of the explanations given refer to an over-
ership was needed most. country in is in certain decease rates.
powering dominance of character. Another explanation is that
On the other hand Commissioner. Athalie and
Range Mayor One of the factors in thisdismal showinghas to be the overwhelming these people were unable to adjust, but only in few cases do
Steve Clark was on the scene from the and
beginning 'stayed desire to maintain white supremacy even if it means they try to withdraw from society as a whole. In most Instances
with the situation throughout the week. This was not an easy not taking part in dozens of programs which will benefit they merely seek out a new source with which to identify them-
job and the courage and dedication shown by those two city
everyone -- black or white. selves.
commissioners will never be forgotten.Nor .
will the citizens of Miami forget during the next elec- Even if white supremacy was a good thing-- and it couldn'tbe After having found a new identity, the usual concern is to

tion those threewho chickened out. a worse ideal for people to have -- such statistics prove obtain the wants (not the needs) with the least possible effort.It .

As for the County Commissioners Mayor Chuck Hall Earl that it isa't worthwhile. is during this stage the future of the individual is really
,
Carroll and Earl Starnes were the only three who came into There has to be a better way to organize society than to shaped. His likes and dislikes play an important part in his

the area to lend a hand in quelling the disturbance. Where have all elements of community life organized around the one future decisions as to his wants. If he adheres to the luxuriesof

were Arthur Patten, Hardy Mattheson, Ben Sheppard, Tom(*- goal of keeping black citizens from equal opportunities and like, then his life of hustle must be able to provide at leasta

Malley, Harold Greene and Alex 'Gordon? equal achievements.When minimum of these desires. When failure takes its toll in the
people of all races can work and live together in mu-
already confused individual, he joins the ranks of the uncommitted -
tual respect, all people benefit. Fear of diversity,fear of los- whose potential for violenc is unpredictable.To .

THE PRESIDENCY ing status, fear of someone else just because they are of a clean must offer
our streets of these young people we
different color is pitiful.
,
some meaningful employment. On the job training is a pre-
Opinions and many opinions. Now come six Senators whose
opinion is that president Lyndon Johnson might reverse him- It doesn't make sense; it costs too mucb.It keeps all people requisite for many of them, but I can think of no other method,

self and run again for the Presidency. Maybe so. One cannotbe down. I hope that all who listen to the message of fear and of channeling the progressive attitudes of these young people

sure of anything except death and taxes However, Ye Edi- hate, think long and hard about how much they are willing to who in many cases showed the ability to accomplish. In most

tor thinks not. He believes the President will be supporting pay for the dubious privilege of trying to supress black people. cases they have become intoxicated by their wants and decided -

Vice-president Hubert HumIiu'ey.PRIESTS I can't imagine any thinking person deciding that prejudice is to challenge the accepted methods of accomplishment. We
worth the cost.'PHIL. Cannot afford to punish them for having tried, but offer them

DIFFICULTIES assistance of a stimulating nature. An auful lot of charactercan

be re-directed if we but take the necessary steps to cor-

t. News from Santiago, Chile tell that the Archbishop has sus- rect a dilemma for which we are equally responsible.

pended nine catholic priests from their ecclesiastical func- OSSOFERViolence

tions for leading a "people's struggle" demonstration at the

city's cathedral. has come to Miami angrier we get at the little PEACE BROTHERSCONTINUED

The Cardinal said the suspensions would remain in effect as it has come to many gap." FROM PAGE 1

until the priests gave him a satisfactory explanation of their American cities. The awe- Another example of such an-

actions. The group identifying themselves as"the young some sight of military men ger at the "little gap" can be and Nichols will "seize upon Meadows told the commis-

church," issued a manifesto from within the cathedral criticizing "armed to the teeth" in our seen in the women's sufferage every opportunity to help to sion that if anyone had any

the present church as compromised to wealth and pow- cities, even in our own town, movement. It took about one better and to repair the ills "Substantial allegations" of

er" and protesting Pope Paul VTs visit to Columbia scheduled seems unreal like somethingout hundred years of organized that have now caused Miamito civil rights violations or police

later this month "We are devoted to the people's struggle for of a nightmare or like a pressure on the part of these bear a scar as other major brutality to make com-

liberation" the manifesto said One of the demonstrating newsreel from a totalitarian long-suffering women to get cities in the United States. I plaints to the FBI. He prom-

priests said that for him the Pope's visit to Columbia was a country. Yet, it was destinedto their voting rights. But. . it wish them well.'' ised all complaints would be

"slap in the face of the gospel" be, and I have expected it, wasn't until their goal was in The two men will develop followed dispatch."

knowing how a longsufferingpeople sight that real violence broke their own relationships and

GOOD NEWS FOR SENIOR CITIZENS have been afflicted with out. They too, got angrier at community activities in the Gerstein publicly told the
the festering wounds of in- the "little gap." areas, Reese said. commission he believed in

equality. Before the vigorous prosecution of all
Secretary of Health Education and Welfare Thus, to me, racial via special commission -
,Wilber J.Cohen, Some people are shocked, meeting which persons charged with feloniesand
has suggested an Increase in social security that would go to saying, "Things have been lence, deplorable as it may be, was heldon severe misdemeanors
Tuesday the
some million Americans lifting them out of poverty.He opening up. Blacks have gotten is a sign that there is just a behind,closed commissionmet duringthe riots.
doors with
called for provision of more benefits and services to more rights in the last few "Little gap" between our U.
older present position and the S. Attorney William Mea- He said however that he
people including expansion of medicare benefits and an years than in all our earlier goal dows ,
Increase in housing alternatives. history. What do they want. o f equality. It Is always dar- chard and State Attorney Ri- would see that a complete objective -

In a speech to the National Retired Teachers AssociationIn The answer I believe is t' kest before the dawn,and dawn Gerstein. j fair investigationwould
Both
is just about break.The reviewed federal and be made of other aspectsof
Washington, Secretary Cohen said that one million people well expressed in a commentby goalis state laws
could be raised above the poverty line by increasing minimum Sidney Harris, notedi in sight. on civil rights. the riot.

monthly social security benefits to $70 for an individual, $105 columnist. Citing an example, To cross any gap, a long

for a couple. About 800,000 of the beneficiaries would be the he said, "A smoker without i i enough board is needed.Thus, I

elderly. cigarettes is less frustrated we must cast away the boardof MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE

Minimum monthly benefits are presently $55 for an indivi- than a smoker with cigarettesand the tradition of white supremacy MIAMI
dual and $82.50 for a couple.He no matches; the closer the which falls far shortof TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY

said that five to six million other Americans could be' goal, the more vexing the dis- covering the gap, replacing APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU.

,brought out of poverty if socialsecurity benefits were extended tance and so it is, also, with i t with the board of brotherhood THEY ARE COURTEOUS DEPENDABLE

to people outside the labor market Including the aged, disabled social goals, that the closerwe which will cover all gaps PLEASE ,
widows and orphans. are to realizing them,'the from here to eternity. PATRONIZE THEM!






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THE MIAMI TIMES, FRIDAY AUGUST 16, 1968 5 '

STILL LAUGHINGT..THE RATS ARE STILL BITING!

FREE AGAIN
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fibYEAR AGO THIS WEEK THE HOUSE ,
DEDICATED TO JOHN & MOSESBy OF REPRESENTATIVES ORA LARGE
SECTION THEREOF BROKEUP IN LAUGHTER
T. WILLARD FAIR OVER A PROPOSED 340.000.000 t
APPROPRIATION FOR RAT-CONTROLS IN '
What the hell do Niggers want? THE NATIONS SLUMS.
Why are they riotlng-everything's fine In Miami BUT THE NATION DID NOT GET THE JOKE.
The Cubans made It on their own-why can't the MILLIONS OF AMERICANS FOUND THE
Niggers do likewise. PERFORMANCE REVOLTING "

IN CONSEQUENCE THE HOUSE TWO MONTHS
I submit that the above phrases were voiced hundredsof
times by members of the white and black community LATER REVERSED SIGNALS AND '
during last week's racial unrest. APPROVED APPROPRIATION ALL / ....
I first head of this unrest while vacationing in Washington $40,000,000 OF IT YOU TNOUGHTWE'0 f / .
D. C. My office informed me Immediately when the WON THAT ONE DIDN'T YOU? ;
confrontation occurred on NW 62nd and 17th.We concluded WE THOUGHT SO TOO NO FUNDS HAVE1/ J
that there was no need for me to return to the city at : "
that moment. HAVE -
On August 9, the twelve o'clock news in D.C. stated, r .
"In Liberty City a N.W, section of Miami,three Negroes .. ;l.. '#
were killed last night at this moment 2,000 National WI f ,,. 1.
Guardsmen are moving down NW,15th Avenue." Need- ft '} NpKfINaoo tnf U*.eOtwMM owYur t
H+1 M[wvMwf J
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less to say, I could not vacation any longer. 1 tr i
As I flew back to Miami on the evening of August 9th, my r ; -, '
first reaction was WHY? Like the conditioned subhuman, ,,/. '
created by white racism, Ibegan to enumerate all the good }i" r : 1
things the dominant society was doing for us in Miami, J 1, i i
l.e. HAPPY MIAMI, TACOLCY, TEEN CENTER,NAB., \ .
MODEL CITIES, YOUTH ENTERPRISES, YOUTH LEADERSHIP 1 t' .. { ." ,
TRAINING PROGRAM JOBMOBILE etc. ' I
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This white answer did not satisfy me. 4 "
At this point the white Anglo-Saxon Protestant Black 1 ,., \\.."-'" .Jl .

self began to emerge and rationalize the why on a very ., '.. ... ..' .-
sophisticated-intellectual basis. It began to point out to "::: \, "
me the difference between black Dade Countians and '- ,
their whie counterparts. It made statements like,"don't -'--. '. '-ti:
forget 1 out of 10 black people In Miami live in substan- <. ,
dard housing as opposed to 1 out of 100 whites; don't forget REMEMBERHISPRAYERS/
that black families earn less money than white families ,
in Miami, but pay higher rents and more for foodstuffs .. ,
; don't forget that black children in Dade's ghetto
schools are getting everything except quality education;
don't forget that unemployment is still higher in the black LET'S
community; don't forget the business section didn't deliver LETTERS to EDITOR I
enough meaningful Jobs this summer--; don't forget about -LW TALK4OLITIC ,.
all of those families that have applied to Operation Equal- BBHHHBBMHHQBIThey
ity-but have not been placed because many whites in Dade
still refuse to rent or sell to NIGGERS."
The W.A.P.B. went on and on. Its laundry list of inequities Publicize Evil
JONEi
committed by the dominant society towards NORMAN E.

blacks, daily in Miami, was endless. But, U the answerto 'STROM THURMOND'S PARTY'
why is the laundry list of my W.A.P.B. self then the And Bury The Good
next question is why haven't blacks shown this overt expression STINKS UP CONVENTION HALLThe
of hostility towards the tormentor before now. mid-summer stench accompanied by hum of"big green
His position in. society has not really changed since 1619. blow flies as .one.walked down the alleys between 'back-to- ,?While the:City of Miami breath the aroma of racial via
The shackles have simply been removed from the ankles back' out door privies In the "Negro slums"only a few years lence, the city of South Miami exhibited a oneness that in this
and placed on the mind. ago: The odors emaninating from the Chicago stockyards in the day and age is a startling and realistic example of the workingand
The W.A.P.B. self flunked. "old days" and gently carried by a mid-summer breeze to playing together black and white.
In my last effort to come up with an answer I took the citizens leaning out tenement windows for a breath of "fresh On August 10th, 1968, the Lee Park Barbecue took place.
risk of thinking Black. Black self overpowered the other air" or even today's trip through Perry, St. Joe and Panama This affair was Jointly sponsored and attended by all people.
selves and convinced us that the unrest came about be- City, when the breeze is blowing inland from the "pulp wood Over 500 persons enjoyed an afternoon and evening fun and
cause blacks were saying in a different way, GET OFF factories, is equivalent to a Sunday afternoon stroll throughthe pleasure. Black and white Joined hands insoftballand football
OUR BACKS. With this admission, I suddenly felt free Japanese Cherry trees in bloom along the Potamac Basinin games, in the serving of food, in the breaking of bread, in
again. For a moment I was back to being me again for a Washington, D. C., in comparison to the explosion of a mil- cleaning up and in all facets of a real community day. Color
moment I was back to where my great,great, great, great, lion "stink bombs" permeating Miami Beach during "Strom did not exist!
great grandfather must have been with all his precious Thurmond's nominating convention" operating under'the license Notwithstanding the personal pride and pleasure I derived
freedom, before his contact with white America. granted the Republican Party. from this affair, I strongly criticize and condemn our tele-
The black self was of the opinion that of all the things So great was the "unbearable stench"emanating from the vision media as represented by Channels 4, 7 and 10. Quite
that need knowing, none was more important than that all putrlfying bodies of what was once identified as the "liberal obvlsously, these three television stations are only interestedin
blacks are angry. Needless to say white-self rejected this: wing" of Strom Thurmond's party, the "smell of death" and dramatizing the evil and violence that exists in many cities.
hypothesis. However, the W.A.P.B. self reminded W.S "fear" from the zombie like bodies of the "great liberals"Nelson Hate, oppression, violence and crime are the passwords of
that he, who is an educated recipient of the white man's Rockerfeller John Lindsay,Jimmie Rhodes,et ai, that these stations.
bounty, finds it hard to control his rage daily_ what of Abernathy's mules hitched to the "poor wagon," bolted in an Why publicize brotherhood? Why publicize the Joining of
his less fortunate kinsman who have less protect, less attempt to "escape" from Malodorous. atmosphere of Miami hands in community effort? Why publicize a oneness in effort,
to lose and more scars to show for his Journey in this Beach. a spirit of cooperation, a city where people work and play together -
city.The When the wind changed from seward to landward wafting this ? Why publicize a city where all the residents are suf-
dominant society refuses to recognize that black "fear permeated stench"the "fear-ridden"natives of fering from the most pleasant: malady of being color blind?
people are in a iBlack rage. Whites and other W.A.P.B. Miami's .teeming ghettoes they reacted naturally an explo-. Why do this when violence, crime and death can be sold on
seem to want to think that the days of unrest were causedby sive frenzy. their television stations?
outsiders. They ought to know better. Since returning The presence of Governor ClaudeKirkand"poor man" Ab- Channel knew of this Joint community effort, but chose to
to Miami and prior to leaving I had dialogue with many ernathy with their clothes and body saturated with this ignore it.Channel.
black people under all types of circumstances and I know "sickening stench" from Miami, among the "natives," only 7 knew of this Joint community effort,but chose to
better. I wrought more excitement. ignore It.Cbannell0.
Aggression leaps from wounds inflicted and ambitions When "zombie like"former"liberals"return to their knew of this Joint community effort,but chose to
spiked. It grows out of oppression and capricious cruelty. eastern and northern "reservations," it is strongly recom- ignore it
Suffice it to say, the behavior expressed by some of the mended that they perform the same rites inflicted on the no- Today apparently, evil is news, but the good is.buried.
black citizens is typical of human beings held In a snare vice woodsman who comes within the range of a nervous skunk; A pox upon all who think in terms of hate and violence and
for 350 years, who are coining more and more to realize before they visit"therespective"native ghettoes"less the not with the feeling of Joy, pleasure and oneness that was
that even their inner suffering is due largely to a hostile "natives" become incited by the malodorous stench" evident in South Miami at the Lee Park Barbecue.
white majority. clinging to their clothes, hair and body from "Strom Thur-
I am sure that the anger expressed by the black youth mond's nominating convention." Jack Block, Mayor .
was frightening to many white Dade Countians and W.A. When Jackie Gleason resumes his TV show from the Miami City of South Miami
P.B. Many whites who have labored diligently to Improvethe Beach convention Hall, he will ha veto get another opening line
plight of black Dade Countians probably felt betrayed. to replace "how sweet it is." .

They, like the WAPB, see better Jobs, housing all the .
signs of progress. What they do not see is that white racism r ---------------------- -
will not allow blacks to be the master in their own White Americans have,developed a high skill in the art :
of misunderstanding black people. They feel they can :I SUBSCRIPTION ORDER I.
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white merchant, whose property was destroyed, simply solve our problems by giving us more Jobs and/ I Miami Times I.I
probably felt undeservedly attacked. To the ghetto mer- or more services In Miami the dominant society has dealt I 6530 NW 15th Avenue I It
chant, be he white or white Anglo-SazonProtestant Black, with racial incidents from summer to summer. As if all I Miami Florida 33147
I would simply remind them that cause and effect are in one has to do is tokeeptheblacks busy 'til fall. It seems ,
fact Joined, and if you build a sufficient cause then not all that problems at home are to be talked away, reasoned i I Enclosed please find the sum of .$5.00'I
the talk or all the tears in Gods creation cannot preventthe into non-existence. All the nasty problems are overseas. I I to cover the COt of a one year subscription I
affect from presenting itself one morning as the now Last week it was the young blacks fighting the battles J f
ripened fruit of your labors. You built the inevitabilityinto and, for now, their elders, though they have given their I I to the Miami Times. I II
the natural order of things when you charged 23 cents approval, have not Joined in. What can we expect when I II
for a 15 cent item; when you charged unrealistic Interest they put down their broom-buckle on their swordand say I I Mail Paper To IAddruo I
rates; when you demanded quality prices for inferior pro- FREE AGAIN I .
. ducts; when you allowed credit and did not give itemized John and Moses were killed during the racial unrest ,I I
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; 6 THE MIAMI TIMES, FRIDAY, AUGUST 16, 1968 nliarv Elects Officers

. .. Funeral Directors Au. . - .
Thompson, the conventioneers are
- - - - headed
t At the recent convention of Mrs. Dorothea Crawford, N parliamentarian,Y,; Mrs. Eloise, Ala.; Mrs. to Nassau and Jamaica,looking
Wash. .
i the National Funeral Direc- second vice president. recorder, N.Y.; forward to the next conventtion
) Mrs, C. J. Clark, tres. Louise Mack,
tors and Morticians Association D.C.: Courtney Couche, and Mrs.Hall1e Wilson, chair- which will begin August 19, at
held at the Sheraton-Four Texas; Mrs. Gloria Mil- man of board, La. the Regency Hyatt House in At-
t .BY CLARICE LITTLES Ambassadors here, August fin. sec., fll.; Mrs.N. J. Mrs. After the MiamiConvention, lanta,. Georgia.lilMHT .
c Miami Times Society Editor' : ) 4-8, the following women of ler, corres. sec., recordingsec. ;
Marjorie Barlow,
. the association were electedas

, CALMNESS We often forget this, most of us; but It is officers of the Women's Also., Tenn.Mrs. Ruth Cummings, BEAT
true. Nois explosive tones superlatives,exaggerationsof Auxiliary for year 1968-69: LouiseJeffries
anger
chaplain, Ohio; Mrs. .
'I passion, add nothing to the force of what we say, but rather Mrs. Naomi Beckett, Pa., assist chaplain,
rob our words of the power that belongs to them. But the utter- president; Mrs. Mary McRay,
first vice president, Fla.; Clyde & FrankWMBM
ance that shows a spirit subdued by truth and mastered by

wisdom Is the utterance tsweepsawayQROS1Uoo per- ANNOUNCEMENTCentervilla NOTICE D.J.
suades and overcomes. Go Into a heated discussion, and you kindergarten, All members of the Democratic
will find that it is not the men who get angry and storm and 5861 N.W. 17th A venue offer Club are asked to attenda PRESENTSFRANK

swear who carry the day. But the men who never lose theirs free pick up and delivery,hot, "Special Meeting," August

tempers and never raise their voices;who keep talking quietlyand meals, and Certified person 21, at 7:30 p.m. RooseveltBank
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truth that all of us who seek to influence our fellow beings, in 3802 or 691-7796 Mrs. R.E. Rosa Lee Brady,vice presi

the family, in the church,in the school,in society, in politics, Copeland, Supervisor. dent.
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anywhere, must lay to heart. We are prone to forget it; but we 1ir.w..
I ; make a great mistake when we do forget it The soft tongue of his mother, Mrs. Marjorie Miller.
breaketh the bone. The tamed tongue subdues the adversary. Mr. and Mrs. William Ruff will celebrate their Silver Wed-

I Gladden ding Anniversary on Sunday, August 25th, at their home 1931
s . Washington Ave., Opa-locka.
I Houseguesting with William Williams are Thomas and Ellen Rev. and Mrs. T. Wright, Mrs Hattie Marshall, Mrs. Grady
Everett of New York City. Lee Dinkins, Mrs. Vera Clarke along with thirty six membersof
the Jr. Church of Greater St. Paul AME, attended the 11th
Carol (Cooper) Hanna and Tera and Tameka of
daughters,
Epsicopal District AME Church, Tri-Institute August 5-9, GREATER MIAMI'S 1968 TALENT: SHOW
Nassau are vacationing in Miami. Grandmother Marie is kept
Edward Waters College Jacksonville
,
quite busy entertaining them. Val Jane Collington has returned from the Hemisfair in Texas ONE NIGHT ONLY FRIDAY AUGUST 16

Here from White Plains, N. Y.are ZennieStephney Johnson and has enjoyed every minute of it.
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and son, William and her mother, Mrs. Hannah Stepney who Petite Maude Newbold Is vacationing in New York and Wash- THE WORLD STARS OF TOMORROW

are houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. AbeSwannof Richmond Hts. ington, D. C. with cousins Patsy Bostick Edwards,and Marcia LITTLE BEAVER BETTY WRIGHT

Summer studies were the reason Robert Paul and Henry Johnson Martin, sister Gloria will Join Maude in New York to LOUIS HOWARD THE MARVELLS
Young were missed from the scene. Henry studied at the Uni- check the latest styles In fashions for their fall wardrobe. MARTHA WILLIAMS HELENE SMITH
of and soul band Sir Winston and his court just returned
versity Kansas Paul at Atlanta University. Popular THE LITTLE GROVERS MR. PERCOLATOR
from four at the Lion's Den and Cat 'n FId-
a night engagement
Friends of Earline Rogers are hoping her stay in Mercy THE MOVERS THE REFLECTIONS
dle night clubs in Nassau.
Hospital will be short.
SAM & DAN MARY HYLOR
Mildred Marks and granddaughter, Tia are visiting their
Get well wishes to Josephine Peltier who underwent sur- daughter and mother Charmaine Smith in Atlanta. THE PROFESSIONALS CECIL THE GREAT

gery at Mt. Sinai. LeVette Johnson is vacationing in Ft.Knox.She is the house- THE BELL BROTHERS LITTLE CORACLARANCE

The National Beauty Culturists League, Inc convened in guest of her brother andsister-in-law,Charles and Carol Ann SHERON ROBINSON REED
AL & JACKIE
Atlanta, July 28 August 8. Among those attending the Institute Johnson. EDDIE HOLLOWAY
of Cosmetology were Sybil Johnson, Montez Lewis,Emma Barbara Rogers and daughter,Tammiare sightseeing in New THEM TWO MARVEL STEVENT
Summersette Emma Days Arlene Jones Orleans THE TWANS FRANK BELLAMY
Dorothy McCrayand THE VOQUES
Bertha Sneed. Sybil won an award for hair coloring. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Huff motored to Atlanta to visit RALPH LAMAR
CHARLES
GLASCO
Emma won two awards, hair styling and hair relaxing. Congratulations relatives and friends. WILLIE HAMP
Louvenia Knox and daughter, Melanie were among those on
Miami's No. 1 Soul Band The Frank William*
Music by *
tour to with the
Iral Davis Porter of Kansas City and Carol Henley of Nashville Chicago Zetas.
are visiting their parents Dr. and Mrs. Ira (Louise) The Lonnie(Elizabeth)Pittmans and nieces, Mary and Alvina Rocketeers. Judges members of NATRA National As
Davis. Jetted to Puerto Rico and St. Thomas for their vacation.Get sociation of TV and Radio Announcers and Record Co.
well wishes to Robert Jackson who underwent
Selma, Alabama was the vacation spot for Jewel Young and surgery This show is designed to expose the outstanding local
in Veterans Hospital and Lottie Rolle who underwent
her two moppets, Traci and iMichelle, when she visited her Mout surgeryat talent in the Greater Miami area.
parents. Sinai Hospital and is now recuperating at home.

More travellers are Meread Burrows and Lilamae Rolleof

Nassau who are tbehouseguests of Mr.and Mrs. Erskine (Jennie =% ANNOUNCEMENT: .. ,.,. !.I,!!r.:,! ..
) Forbes. The educational departmentof

Geraldine Wade of Jacksonville Beach is vacationing in Mi- South Florida Elks presents ! .
ami. She is the houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. Edward (Roberta) "Dinner Under Candle Light" J d ?Ld

Cherry. Friday, August 16, 8 P.M.at
Congratulations to; Mr. and Mrs. J.HartmanElmina Liberty Elks Home,6525 N.W. E (! Q

lor on their 27th wedding anniversary.The 18th Avenue. ;

Leo G. (Helen Peavy) Robinsons of Coconut Grove will Dr. Mildred Clarke Chair- .M "
celebrate their 19th 13. man; Bro. Herbert Chisholm,
wedding anniversary on August t ,
President; and Bro.Harold
The Allgoods (Cleaophus and Patricia) will celebrate their Higgs, Local Director. 1 _
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19th Wednesday, August 21st. i

Mrs. Irene Straughter,her nephew Lamont Roberts and Mrs. THANK YOU

Cecelia Albert attended the funeral of Mrs.Ella Albury in Key Is -
West. Mrs. Charles Gibson wishes

to thank everyone for gifts and ..
After an abscence of fifteen years Roberta Cherry and fami- donations given to son Charles ;Y E: t s
ly returned toQuitman Ga.to visit relatives and friends. '
Gibson, Jr., on the occasionof .
'"
Edna DeVeauz and Mary Lou Street were recent guests at his graduation.I :, :
the Sheraton-Kingston when they Jetted to Jamaica.Mr. ( '.
Jw w
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and Mrs. Donald Rowe and children of Philadelphia ,;
f "
:were recent visitors to our city.They were the houseguests of :'- ', '.. It'. I ,
the Samuel Harrisons and the Alonzo Jackson before Jettingto : SLORY'S ; r
Nassau for a vacation with a foreign flavor.
LENDS HELPING HAND TO CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP BAPTIST

Ronald and Gina(Jomvette)Frasier of Washington,D.C. are CHURCH

visiting relatives and friends. +C Back row left to right: Sandra Cooper, Doreen Barham, Elouise Cropp

Mrs. Irene Brown and sons, Dwayne Farstaire and Pareese 'r>d Mono Collier; Front row left to right: Patricia Johnson, Sherry Louis,

are enjoylr 6 showing their mother and grandmother Jerelean Silva Collier// Angela Rene Kelly and Terry Collier are shown here as they

Burns the sights in Nassau.It's her first trip since coming to proudly model fabulous fashions by Lory's.
,Miami as an infant and her first airplane ride.
These lovely young ladies, along with many more /iust as lovely will show

Mrs. Martin Luther King will be guest of honor Saturday their wares, when the Youth of Christian Fellowship Baptist Church presents

night at a dinner climaxing a meeting of almost 1,500 membersof am deeply grateful and appreciative an "Array of Fall and Back to School Fashions," Sunday, August 78 beginning -

the National Association of Television and Radio Announcers to those who madeit at 3:00 p.m. at the BondedRental Agency Auditorium, 4150 NW 7th Ave.
in Bayfront Park Auditorium.Fran possible for me to becomea
Donation is JJ.OO.
Refreshments
member of the Governing will be served.
and Jim Chanbers chose a seven day cruise aboard the Board for the Model Cities All fashions for this gala affair are being furnished by Lory's (Edison
Izarrah that took them to San Juan and St. Thomas. Program. Center) and assistant store
manager Dee Dee Lawrence is serving as coor

Blanche Dean spent the summer visiting relatives in Philadelphia BETTYS.-PAGE dinator.In.

Atlantic City and New York. addition to the fashions shown above you'll always find a completeline
'An., whr in the world
Mrs. Pleasant Strapp has returned home after and extended you want to 90' of glamorous fashions for back-to-school or your wardrobe at Lory's

tour of the Bahamas.Sgt. TJCKZTS COST (Edison Center), teenage and adult fashion center of South Florida.

Our fabulous fall fashions are in. . Come
NO MORE #TTP.M'EL see the beauties
Edward Hanna and his wife, Bethinia Jetted to Nassau
for a visit with relatives and friends. Marthal and Jacqueline
Silva,made the flight on Monday. r Sizes J. 20 OPEN 9 TO 9IiORU'S

BURE U
Alice Harrison and Helen Barby Williams hosted a surprise
party for Kenneth Walker at the home of Al and Carmen Jack- "Your Neighborhood Travel

son. Ken received bis doctorate a t the University of Miami's A9-"""
c
s Summer session. Congratulations! A. near to you a. your Ld9t91\

Returning to the city recently was Naomi (Mrs. Charles) tl*
Godding from a vacation which took her to Boston, Philadelphia Av.. FR 9-8451. Chos. C. LORytS FASHION SHOPS !
and New York. North Manager. EVERYWHERE
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Rural Service AwardTo AKA's Meeting In DallasDallas

Texas will host 1500 terly affection She holds a
National CouncilOf Negro college women and one doctor of philosophy degree In
of the country's elite group of economics and Is a certified
black mayors, during the 43rd public accountant. She is di-
Negro WomenMiss meeting of Alpha Kappa Alpha ,. rector of development at

Josephine Nieves, Di- eral, state and county offi- Sorority, at the Sheraton Langston University, Langs-
rector, U. S. Office of Eco- cials. Dallas Hotel, August 11-15. ton, Oklahoma,where her husband -
nomic Opportunity, Northeast Richard G. Hatcher, youthful Dr. William Hale is
LINOTYPE Region, will meet with Miss These programs are a direct mayor of Gary Indiana ad- president.Most .
"MIAMI" GOES TO KEY WEST (The column that is!) Dorothy I. Height, president, result of several years of dressed a public meeting in of the sorority's mem-
Belatedly we bring you a sketch of our Fourth of July outing National Council of Negro Women = the project-workshops In Mis- connection with the conventionin bers are career women wellas
down among we Florida Keys during our vacation who will accept OEO's sissippi chaired by NCNW the auditorium of Bishop home makers, primarily
stint which found us houseguesting rural service award presentedto board member Mrs. Louis G. College at 3 p.m. Sunday, August the field of education.
with the Cyril Rudolph Roberts family in the the NCNW. Cowan, who will be on hand for 11. Alpha Kappa Alpha main-
Ft. Village sector of Key West. Needless the presentation. Among Dr. Larzette G.Hale,presi- tains headquarters Chicago,
say that this Island City strip is theclosest I + ;e.. 4 The award, the second of a others expected to attend are dent of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority where its affairs are directedby
I
resemblance to Nassau you'11 find anywhere series, is in recognition of Mrs. Ann Hewitt, Mrs. BenJamin and the mayor Joined the an administrative secre-
in Continental United States. After all it Is outstanding achievements at j Fidanque, Jr., Mrs. group in a pilgrimage to the tary, Mrs. Carey B. Preston.
an island Isn't it -- that is, if you sever the the state and local level by individuals Shirley Smith Anderson, Mrs. spot where President John F. It is presently conducting national -
bridges and cut off Key West from the main and groups making a Ruth Kurd Minor, Mrs.Marion Kennedy was assasinated, at projects to spread the
land. And Nassau's famed hospitality prevails significant contribution to Logan, Mrs. Edward Dudley, 11 a.m. Sunday. A brief memorial Negro heritage, to enrich selected -
there -- Just as does over in the Ba- alleviating poverty in rural and Mrs. Helen Rachlln. will be conducted on the students through
hamas. America. Other recipients in spot, foreign and domestic travel,

There were parties and outings all over the strip during this the Northeast Region, which Last month NCNW announced An estimated 3000 persons, and to strengthen the Negro
Glorious Fourth.. Foremoust among them was the Beach Party comprises New York, New effort to set food including residents of Dallas, family The Dallas meetingwill
a new
where the milling throng resembled a black and tan fantasy. Jersey, and the New England centers manned the up delegates and their families hear presentations on
Others grouped themselves on lawns and patios where hi-fi's States, include Governor by poor will take part in the public each of these.It .
and their and
peeled out the latest hit songs.This Hi-Fi bit innova- Philip H.Hoff,of Vermont,and neighbors, a meeting. will also hear a report on
was no food
production planto
Don either for.either home and apartment on the "rock" boast- the Portsmouth (N.H.) Herald self-help create In the Dr. Hale said that five daysof the Jobs Corps Center the sor-
: employment
ed and the Concord(N.H.) Moni- business meetings and lec- ority in Cleveland
and
sponsors
one -- they never stop. Day and night, night and day, heart of the hunger belt.
they play on and on. neighbors never seem to squawk because tor. tures will deal with the busi- under a contract from the of-
they can retaliate at any hour of the morning without a tp! ness of the sorority,plus sev- fice of Economic Opportunity
single rebuff. eral vital public issues, including -
the organization of Negro -
There was the all-day(and night)cavorting at the Ft Village All Work history study, and the op-
apartment of Walters and Clotilda Ashe.Ruby Davis very affably eration of the sorority's own
dittoed in bountiful splendor at her apt-home Just across GuaranteedMetropolitan' Womens HEY!
Job Corps Center.
the street. Then it was Cyril and Antoinette Roberts who took LONELY HEARTS?
The sorority, oldest t and
over a segment of the crowd and wound up festivities at their largest Greek-letter college Seeking new friends

home. You'll need an adding machine to tally the crowd that ,sorority founded by Negro women Come out toEvans
feasted at these dwellings. But we did pick out a few.There was cbarteredatHoward
were Erskine and Ida Sands, Sylvia Gates-Barnes, Mary Nix-
University, Washington, D. C.
Roberts, Bettye and Marie Davis, Lewis Tynes,Myrtis Carey, in 1908. Presently it has more
Mrs Lillie Gabriel, Daniel Ashe, Anna-Grace Sweeting, DryCleaners than 40,000 members In 125
Charles and Mary Wyles, Mary Kemp chapters on college campusesand Tavern
Then we ran into Delores, Winnie and Patricia Gabriel, in cities throughout the -
Bernell Darlene Ashe and her hub-
Sawyer, recently-acquired and
country West Africa
by; Prince, Michael and pa Gabriel, Agnes Martin, Mrs. Ro- DOROTHY I. HEIGHT Dr. Hale said the main pur- 3081 NW
wena Pinder and daughter Frances Palmer, Harry(MonkeyJoe 62ND STREET
The NCNW, under MissHeight's pose of Alpha Kappa Alpha is
) Mingo(Elks Club steward of Coral City Lodge). Droppedin guidance, has playeda AND to encourage excellence and ALMA & BOB
at the Jazzy Spot the Cat Democratic Club 21 all
Pussy --
prominent role in developingrural personal development for ser- Your Hosts
Petronia Street stay-up-late spots.And Yabbi's Bar,an Emma
community action pro- vice in an atmosphere of sis-

Street favorite pub. The Conch Train is a tour-of-the-city ride grams, particularly throughout DraperySpeciafsfs .I--.....' ..- .......,.'...._V_. v.................::..rrr.vrp
via a replica of Disneyland. And Til give you five gusses as to the South. These include
why they labeled this bit of transportation "Conch Train."
projects to stimulate public

If the Island City of Key West should go under water it won'tbe housing activity, train anti-
from Castro's mortar shells'but rather from a population poverty workers, and a communications ,
explosion. Every family there appears to be fortified by a bar- workshop in Mississippi -
rage of children. Well, what else can you expect-- they have to give the poor an
nothing but time on their hands. And you can credit Theda opportunity to discuss their
Christian and the sponsoring Jolly 10 Social Club for our Over- problems and needs with fed- "Graciously"Serving

seas island hop..for without their encouragement we might LibertCity r.
have stayed at home. NAACP Since 1923

THE LITTLE RED BOOK:Theda Christian downtokey Westto Op a-'oclca'

bury her Godmother, pioneer Mrs Ella Albury . The ''
James (Barbara) Kirnes and daughters vacationing in Nassau BranchThe 4 /

and Jamaica . The Edward (Maydelle) Braynons, the gro- NAACP Opa-locka /
cers, to Chicago and Detroit. . Cleo Brown to Los Angeles Branch Executive committeemet
Friday to visit son and daughterlnlaw the Billy Taylors . Monday Aug. 12th. 8:00
Annette McNeil and Hazel Wright's mother Mrs A n n i e Ed- P.M. at the home of M.& Mrs.
'wards passed. . Theodore and Hortense Robinson motoredto G.M. Brunt, The meeting was
Philly and Baltimore. call to order by the presidentMrs.

Brunt, theg r 0 u pas-
NOTES ON A NAPKIN:Leoard Dean In auto accident enrouteto sambly with great enthusiasmof ---- 'q14i

Michigan where she teaches. After car spilled she miracu- unit y. There were interested "IF YOUR SUITS,
lously escaped injury. Returned to Miami from scene of accident cross vision of the DRESSES AND
in Wildwood (Fla) . Ruth Smith and son Allen vaca- present riot situation in the
tioning In Freeport and Bimini . Inez Johnson dittoing In Liberty City community, we SHIRTS ARE NOT M; :
Nassau . Maude Newbold to New York City for two weeks finally came to conclusion BECOMING TO YOU
. Major Lewis with his pet black poodle "King" getting that a special committee in theOpaLocka THEN YOU SHOULDBE -
kisses (the poodle, not Major) from that cute blonde cashierat areabeformedto .
: Qpa-locka's Silver Drugs last Wednesday. deal with similar problems in COMING TO US.
our community If there should

SALT WATER TAFFY: Daisy Taylor's daughter Eadronre- ever be anlnvolvingofsuch
warded her with her first grandchild -- a boy -- Aaron tragedy. This commute will be
Patrick, now two months old . Atty and Mrs Horace Hill formed to create a closer relationship -
(she's the former Dorothy Marshall Bethune-Cookman and to coordinate a 111. 1
College) of Daytona Beach and their kiddies Laura Gail, Aun- dialogue with the people of the { 1 O
dre's and Horace Jr ended a 10-day vacation stint here as ghetto area and the County and .:/ 1
guests of cousins Arlene Wilson and William Marshall. . City Official,and Police department ',
Opa-locka Bettye Gaitor-Timmons, Julia Smith-Tynes, Betty of Opa-Locka. We "
Sands-Page, Barbara Ellison-Rogers, Gwendolyn Thompson- feel that this is a very im-
Miller, Jean Solomon and Thelma Harris planed over to New portant step to take in a timeof
Orleans Sunday ayem to attend Eta Phi Beta sorority's Boule Dade County crises.
assembly there . The James E. (Idella) Hogans (he's the The leaders or spokemanofall Phone
MD) in Houston Texas attending a medical meet while house- organized groups are wel-
guesting with Idella's nephew Dr and Mrs Arthur Higgs and come to participate. For fur- PL 4.6678
daughter Kimberly. ther information call Mrs.
Brunt 621-0870 or Mr. Per

CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: Youthful-looking, baby-faced kins 681-4683. There have
Lorraine Puyol now has her 35th grandchild.. Her latest is been a tentatively public meet- 1085 N.W. THE NEGRO SUNDAY'AUGUST
Samantha, a girl, born to the Ernest (Jean Puyol) Munroes In ing set for this community,
Mt. Sinai on August 6, weighing 61bs ozs. The Munroes now the i county Mayor Mr. Chuck AND HISCONTRIBUTION 18th
have 3 fledglings The other 2 and Troy and Charles . Melvin H a 11 and o.t her counTy 62nd St.
(Pat) Patterson and the Warren(Laurice)Juggins of Wash- representatives August 21st 10 AM 6 PM
ington D. C. were party-ed during the week at Viola Heastie 1968 at the North Dade Jr.and Park
Higgs-Ho'Kifg's tepee where Girl Talk fluttered among such Sr. High School 8:00 pm. Bayfront
yak-yakers as Tennle Isaacs, Erma Bodie, Betty Timmons, Don't forget this date, plan MIAMI, FLORIDAR. TO FINE ARTS AuditoriumMEJIMDCQ
Lucille Glass, Grace Higgs, Gwendolyn Davis,Eloise Morris, your schedule so that you will

Elbridge ScaveOa, Idella Hogan and Anna-Grace Sweeting.. attend riots remember livesareatstake where are G. SATCHELL, .., ., .... ....., ., .. ' -' . ... .
That's it brother from your one-man-newspaper who knows people ;" : r: ns"rea 6'jH :
but who wants to and as citizens of this community ; '
racket say good- President "
and everybody's
everybody
bye to Clara Taylor of pediatrics at Jackson Memorial who we surely do not want i' ;; Jt..Y :YP..JHP\Jtl, ( ,\ :, (.HfAM.. ...
this kind of grievence.
month's vacation.
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175 flack Delegates In 1968 Democratic Convention I


WASHINGTON, D.C.-The tests which are expected, the set on the participation of Ne- Following is the list of
largest number of Negroes, reports now show a dramatic gro delegates on convention states and the number of Negro
300, ever to participate In a breakthrough in Negro repre- committees this year,accord- delegates and alternates the :Smokey is Disappointed
major party convention will sentation in Southern delega- ing to Martin. As of August 1 shown in reports sent to
officiate in the 1968Democratic tions. At long last the vast political reports from 19 states show Democratic National Committee I
National Convention in Chi- power of Southern Ne- that 44 Negro delegates have as of August 6th. is WHERE DID LISA GO
cago. groes is beginning to make itself been given convention com Top state delegate wise ??
felt in national politics.Of mittee assignments. More are Michigan with 20, followed by I
Final reports from state the seven million blacks who expected in later reports. New York and the District of
delegations show that there will be registered to vote in Martin also disclosed that Columbia with 14 each. California MUSICANA BAR
are 175 Negro delegates and November, three million of among the 300 Negro delegates and Louisiana have nine
125 alternates, almost three them live in the eleven statesof and alternates, 56 are women, each, and Illinois and pennsyl-
times greater Negro repre- the old South." 36 as delegates and 20 alter- vania eight each. Florida has 500 N.W. 54th Street
sentation than in the 1964 con A new record will also be nates.; four delegates and one alter
vention in Atlantic City. nate.
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The black delegates will LIB ZliD
come from 35-states, the Dis- Club
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B1INEEK
trict of Columbia and the Vir- .
gin Islands, according to De-
puty chairman Louis Martin of : First Miami Run 6000 NW 7 Ave
the Democratic National Com- _

mittee.total of Michigan 35 Negroes will, 20 havea as TIIE I HOTTEST OOHUE Bill Eim BUMII! PRESENTS

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47 delegates and 53 alternates o
have been named. Louisiana FEATURINGTHE
leads the South with 13Ne-
groes, nine as delegates and 1 1tk
four alternates. In 1964 there
were only 7 Negro delegatesand DEAN
7 alternates from the

South. QJ4 MARTINMITCHUM Ii)'

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j jJ Hadley Harmon

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Exchange VowsElona t Y

Alfreda Harmon be-

came the bride of Dr. Howard

Hadley, Jr.onSaturdayasthey
exchanged nupital vows in

a double ceremony in St. I
A Mary's Cathedral In Miami. >P"

V BY DAVE BOHOU Elona, the daughter of Mr.

and Mrs. Alfonzo Harmon of
NASSAU CLYDE PHIL HARRIS BUTTERBALL, M.C.
Miami graduated from Miami
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Where Is The LibertyIn Northwestern Senior High Producer

School after reigning as its

She attended the '" ,. "
Liberty City? queen. .Ji '''' . . ... :. t ':
of Georgia where ',"' "
University '{f,,. '1' . :: }:
she majored in speech and + .ly4 V r w
Three Black men dead, 43 hurt and hundreds in jail. I can't drama. .. .., : : .. .
see men dying and people getting hurt unless there is a damn :, .
Howard, the son of Dr. .-
good reason. Sure is needed and and '
housing Jobs are needed Howard A. Hadley and Mrs. 1
landlords charging $21.00 to $30.00 a week for an unfurnishedslum
Flora Hadley, both of Miami,
apartment; but that's not enough reason for three men to
graduated from Booker T.
die. If we are dissatisfied with certain things in our commun- rL
Washington High School, Fla.
ity we should have some definite definite The
plan,or platform. A&M University, and Howard ELi
guys are asking for more Black police and more Black firemen -
University College of C Medi-
Those jbs have been open for the last five years that I
cine in Washington D.C. In
know of. Every time I ask some young man how come he
June of this Howard
doesn't join the police department, he comes up with, "I got year,
at
too many: Erie nds, I was raised up with these guys and I completed his internship t 1
Sinai
cound't put them in Jail;" or some say,"them Crackers ain't Mr. Hospital
After the termination of
gonna give no spook any kind of a chance, even if he did join
their honeymoon in Jamacia
,
the police department." Outta the whole police department,
they will live in Miami where
how many who have been in the department are Lt. or Captains
Dr. Howard Hadley, Jr. will
or anything higher.: How many are in Homocide or in the ,
be a residence doctor at
Top Brass. None, man. With this I have to agree. Yet, I know Jackson Memorial Hospital. \ ,,
for a fact that City Manager, Melvin Reese has asked me how
out-of
the
Among
can we get Negroes to apply for jobs within the Fire Department many
-town guest who attended the
I many times announce that the City wanted Black Fire-
wedding were SFC Simeon and
menand I only know of one man that applied and got the job.
Jean Butler of WashingtonD.C.
I don't know if he is still fireman but if any of you want to bea ,
the brother-in-law and
.
fireman, just apply, man, at the Civil Service office in front ,
sister of the bride.
of Dinner Key. Same goes for anybody that wants to be a

policeman.One .

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thing I am concerned about is,these doggone meetingsthat Add a spark to warm Nassau Clyde Killens will i I I present his always popular Pre-Labor Day Might in Nassau,
are being held. Everybody talks and talks about what is
weather
with refresh-
needed and what is to be done, and makes promises. What I ing cup of menus Summer Fruit a Soup. Sunday night, September 1, from 9 until at the Island Club.

want to know is, just who is gonna do what and when is who To prepare, mix together 1 jar Enjoy the sounds of three bands plus Bruce Beneby and his Miami Junkanoos. Butterball

gonna get it done.I want those people to actually name a some- Strained Peach Cobbler and M.C. Cash prizes will be awarded for best costumes.
one who will take the responsibilities of saying,O.K., I'm
1/2 can Gerber Mixed Fruit
Bahamian baskets with
home and
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gonna do It. Everybody just talks. These young Cats are Juice. Serve chilled for a de-
talking. Y'allbetter get up off of those Rusty Dustys and quit lightfully different luncheon Admission advance $2.50 at door $2.95.Coll the Island Club, 3741550 and moke your re-

jiving, or these Cats might make.it Hotter 'an Hell.Now, about treat. servations.
Mr. Dyer "Bernie." rye never had any love for him. nor
hive I ever had any hate for him.As far as I'm concerned, he'sJust r'OOC..OoIa'. ...."OOPt..ANt aeG'lflAl.OlAOI.MAP.O MMICX 10tNMf ONLT'HI.OOUC'OPHI OOCA.COLA........,.

another man who came to work in the EOPI; then quit to

open the Liberty City Council.He has helped a lot of people and

,he has hurt a lot of people. He was blamed for having taken a .' .. .
park in the riot (if you wanna call it that) andgetting it started. ,"

I know for a fact that Bernie Dyer did not, or was not respon- Rita Robinson:

sible for what happened. I won't stand by and let you blame a She leads the two-career life :;, :,,. t.
man for something he has not done.As for Clarence Edwards, ;
I can't say anything about him,but somehow can't believe that With Coke to help her all the way.A .;
successful publishing ,executive Time, Inc., she's :
as much Clarence has done thathe would tear his '
good as up ol three .
also a devoted wife and mother boys.Both .
own community. The whole business was a mess. With three careers require equal lime.' I

Black Brothers dead, who's gonna come forward and say, my And yet, Mrs. Robinson manages with ease.Of course,
brothers died In the riots and here is some money to take care she always has plenty of Coca-Cola on hand to help

yall. BIG DEALt Who needs money when you lost a loved one; keep her going.
because Coke has the taste she
who died and don't know what he died for? If 20 or 30 thousand It stands to reason better with Coke
never gets tired of.That's whlhlng.go
Blacks bad tanks and bombs and machine and bayonets
guns, Two times better for Mrs.Robinson.
we might have a chance to fight for our cause and win. But M with Coke. .
better
when our Black Brothers try to fight those White Folks, with Things go /A WI........

bottles and rocks and expect to beat them ofays, that's whenwe ,.y
better check ourselves and see if them rocks ain't in our

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Key come Sunday, August 18th, will be the biggest to ever en-

ter South Florida.Try not to miss it.Personalities in town this J Jdrtu

week for the NATRA Convention at the Four Ambassadors,

are "Sidney" don't have to say Sidney who), the WORLD _

knows Sidney. Then there is Bill Cosby, Nancy Wilson, Lou

Rawls, B.B. King, Belefonte,Supremes,KingColeman,and Mt i k I

Lord only knows who else. President of NATRA is Rodney i Y. 'I'I'I I Ii In

Jones. Ed Cook and Jockey Jack also on hand. Convention ends

Saturday with the Awards Dinner. Jeff Adams flying in from

Nassau to do the Decca Cocktail show. Brownsville Center DIrector i

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i The first Black Arts Festi- ments will be presented by local -
Garth C. Reeves, Jr. val, sponsored by the cultural musicians, singers, and
.
" "'" arts committee of the Mayor's dancers performing.
Youth Council, will be at the Among these will be the June
Can it honestly be said what was the cause or who was at Brownlee
Park Auditorium on Dancers, with
fault for last week's disturbance? Rumors are going around Bayfront
18 from 10a.m. Amope, 'Nze as guest artist.
Sunday, Aug. ,
that the entire situation was triggered off by outsiders (mean
Miss 'Nze is a former
ing out-of-town persons). But *s211 know that the torch has I to 6 p.m. with the dancer
been here in Miami for many years, impatiently waiting to The festival will highlightthe Olatunji African
Dance
Troupe.
contribution of black artists -

lit.I don't condone rioting and looting but I personally consider to music,art,drama,and China Valles of radio station .
this particular one a good and needed gesture. dance. WMBM and Charlie Austin -
What surprise me about the whole thing,was the confrontingof An extensive art collection local jazz musician, will
from Atlanta University, Fisk conduct a segment on the black
the power structure and the Black militants It seems as
though in their demands they were somewhat pushed and Influenced University, Tuskegee Insti- man's contribution to jazz.
by those who were not directly involved in the rock tute, Florida A&M Universityand The Carver Branch YMCA
throwing and looting. True they were young and black, but not "t';I Morgan State College will will offer experts from its
directly involved. be exhibited. The Atlanta University "culture through play" pro-

Talking to some kids who were a definite part of the happenings collection is 80 years gram.
I found that they realized groups such as the UBS were ?? Clement Matthews, pianist,
more articulate verbally, but they did not appreciate their ..11' old.Art and graphic collections will perform., Richard Stra-
constant suggestions and advice.After all they threw no bricks. ), from Karamu House in Cleveland chan, a teacher and musician,
Members of the UBS attend the University of Miami. Ohio, will be on display. will present several young
This little uprising has let Miami know that the Black Community Local arrists who have been people in musical numbers.
realizes everything is not as cool as they expect working for six weeks under Among them will be the "Sa-
For the due attention needed in the Mjami area we commend. supervision of Mrs. Ruth muelettes" with gospel and

young society, hoping for better organization and more intel- Sod Stitw tie Wed Johnson, a Dade County schoolteacher jazz selections, and a string
ligent tactics the second time around. 01 f will present paint- ensemble conducted by Stra-
* * * * * * chan.
ings, sculptured pieces and
The Summer Soul Together Festival was a knock-out last Our soul sister of the week is Minuette Bernice Ward, i craft work. As a festival finale,Barbara
night. I thought kids decked out for thelJamesBrown show, but daughter of Mr.and_Mrs. Chester A.Ward of 5235 NW Aranha, drama director of the
Mr. Clean and Miss Hipp were really on hand in rags that were 24th Court. Bernice is a junior at Miami Jackson and Some of the local artists festival, will present a one-
truly stunning to the displaying their work are Le- act play "Nat Turner "written
eye. likes to sew and dance. She would like to attend Oral
Everyone was together and Jumping. Hugh Masakela graz- Roberts University and come out tobe a social worker. I roy DaD e 1 s, Collie Coates, by Dr. Randolph Edmondsof
ed in the grass while Erma Franklin gave everybody in the Walter Mitchell, Elvin Florida A&M Uniersity.
Joint another little piece of her heart. The crowd had what .|Thompson, Freda Press,Calvin A tribute will be made to Dr.
Freddie Scott needed, Sam & Dave pleaded for us to find an- . Smith,Randy Gait or,Juana Edmonds at this presentation.
other way of doing it, and we all slipped away with Peggy Scott Sarminto, and JudySedlowski. Eight local young men will
and JoJo Benson while Inez and Charlie Fox counted the dayswe Beginning at 11 a.m. and have starring roles in the pro-
were gone. Everyone was satisfied, but we're dying to see Carver YMCA "Culture running until 4:30 p.m., a duction. Hear y Rutledge will
the house that Jack built. series of music and dance seg- be seen as "Nat Turner."
Sir Winston and his court, a soul band, has Just returned
from an all expense paid triptoNassauwhere they performedin Through Play" Program
the Lion's Den, a swinging night club on the Island. This
particular band has soul-beated all the way to the finals in the ',
Stars Over Miami Contest. Good luck. Tonight'F;
* * * * * *

Clifford Cleare, a '67 graduate of Miami Jackson, worked w
with Westinghouse The Carver Branch YMCA Rhythm band, Modern dancing -
Broadcasting as a page boy during the Re-
publican National Convention on Miami Beach.He en Joyed himself under the direction Raymon Fashion modeling, Judo,
and got a great deal of experience. Cliff met such celebsas Thornton, presents its Third Fencing and Karate, Arts and
Wilt Chamberlain, Ronald Reagan,John Lindsay and Nelson Play"' Summer Day Camp pro Crafts exhibit, Photography
Rockerfeller. gram on Friday, August 16,at exhibit, and Children's Choir.
* * * * * * 8 p.m. Special awards will be pre-
Cliff B. Edwards is boasting of the good time he had in Chi- The program will be held in sented to children for excel-
cago. He has Just returned from a two week visit with rela- the auditorium with perfor- achievement and true
tives. mances in the following areas; sportsmanship.

Patric ia Styles, Miami Central graduate, is home from
Hampton, Virginia, where she attended a summer session of
English and Mathematics. Patty seems to like Hampton and is
looking forward to a good first year. Can You Swim?'
AnSeing Robinson has a house guest.Enjoying the fun and sun
of Miami is her sister Media Whitehead from Savannah, Geor- Stop and think. It may save from August 12 to August 23.
gia. We spent a day at Haulover Beach along with Ralph your life. Free lessons for be- Enrollment in classes will not _ .
Murray, Alan Straughter and Verne Jo Pegues. ginners, elementary age only, be accepted by phone, and ad- arna.Cast ;o-o; ;
* * * * * * will be given at the following mission to classes will not be of "Nor Turner" Is pictured, right:
The first Black Arts Festival, sponsored by the cultural pools: Brownsville Jr. High, permitted until application is George Bus tee, Henry Ruthledge, Don Jennings and I
arts committee of Mayors Youth Council, will be at the Bay- 4849 NW 24th Ave.;Dorsey Jr. turned in at pool. Come earlyto Curtis Ford. Johnson of Miami.INSTANT .
front Park Auditorium, Sunday, August 18, from 10 a.m. to 6 High pool, 7100 NW 17th Ave. assure acceptance to clasI I
You can't think of better way ses desired. Classes are
p.m.The festival will highlight the contribution of black artists to save your life! scheduled every 40 minutes
to music, art, drama and dance. Classes will be conducted beginning at 8:50 a.m.
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a: bents who have moved Into CAR WASH the days that students report to school to House of Music

another school area within The Youth Group of the National select their class schedules.lt is necessary
Dade should present a transferto Council of Negro Women that all Miami Northwestern students repor 15976
the school serving their new are sponsoring a carWashthis to school according to the following schedule. NW 27th Ave.
home addresses. These
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i She Lived In The GRADUATION PICTURES MADE
House By The Side Of The Road COME IN TODAYI

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1 1 the There late Annie is little Marie wonder Edwards that through the 34 years of her "pretty is, as pretty ,does." sing her two daughters Annette I CAPS AND GOWNS FURNISHED

, spoke of her favorite teaching there, the "Liason"on Affectionately, there she was and Hazel (and Bob too)met in ,
poem as TASSELS OF ALL SCHOOL COLORS
"The House the connecting link between the known as "Mrs. E. J." (her Thomasville to be special
by Side
of the
community and the school.The husband's Initials)Madam
Road" guests and speaker of the Allen
a s it has
served as a History of AMA "
schools quoted'E. after-
J. Here In Miami Normal Alumni Association
guideline for her
during hernearly her as being the source of more than twenty years resi- annual reunion. This last bit
96
years. She loved much of the good
connectedwith dence with her daughtersAnniette of contact with the folk she loved
people and
having; thoroughly them around enjoyed this Institution. McNeal and Hazel so dearly made her especially Johnson of Miami '
her. In Thomasville, young and Wright and their husbands)she happy.A .
Age had
no real significance not so young sought her out for
enjoyed hearing herself con-
beautiful life has ended,
to her she ..
always
; seemed guidance and
friendship. She stantly referred to as "Mo- but tf.beautiful lessons taught
more Interested in the individual often said"we don't "
catch files "
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"Mama and"Mother
will continue to live. "To live
! rather than the age. She with vinigar we catch'em with 635-4748
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Postal Workers Highlights Of The Coming Postal ConventionMonday I

night August 19, at Richard Murphy will be in at- held daily. Several social affairs Scott Is president of the local
8 p.m. is the kick-off for the tendance. At the Thursday have been planned for the auxiliary Edward Hanna Is
1 On Beach Tuesday 28th Biennial convention of the night banquet, Florida's own evening's entertainment. Mrs. convention chairman and It Is I
National Alliance of Postal and Hon. Claude Pepper will give Rose Clements Is In charge of hoped that this will be the
Federal Employees and its the keynote address. AshbyG. the teen-age social events.To .
Postmaster .
General W. .c Auxiliary. The Miami branchis Smith of ,,- ., "
Marvin Watson will Washington, D. C. is climax the convention Is d
address host for the Mammoth fathering national president of the alliance the dance
the on Friday night In the f
opening session of the National
I Alliance of at the fabulous Eden and Mrs. Beatrice R. hotel and the trip to Nassauon ,
Postal and
Roc Hotel on Miami Beach, Saturday, August 24.
the public meeting is expected -
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the alliance and all are invited. R
r A host of national andlocal
dignitaries are expected to be
on hand to welcome delegatesand
friends. The main speaker i,
will be Mr. Howard Jenkins, ( iyl A
Jr., member of the national !
Labor Relations Board in .
Washington, D. C. He is the P1 .fsti
first Negro on the board, for-
.j4 mer law professor and specialist -
in the field of labor and ad-
f ministrative law. He was first ,
, "rk will be the speaker at the Con- appointed in 1963 by the late .f greatest convention in the his
iI i vention Banquet August 22. president, John F. Kennedyand tory of the alliance. Alston J.
I In addition to strengthening is now serving his second 1L Scott is official photographer
the internal organization of the term. and reporter. Please be in attendance
Federal Employees' Fifty- union of the Local
this Convention will I programon
fifth Anniversary Conventionat Simkins, Roxbury, Massachu- Clyde Young Is local branch 19
study the Report of the Presi- The official setts Monday night, August -
of Is nat'l
1,30: a.m. Tuesday,August dent's Commission on Postal the convention will be opening on Tues- auxiliary president president and Mrs. Rubye L. 8 pm.

20. Organization for the possible day morning, August 20 at 10 The women will be holding
This convention at the Eden effects its recommendationswould of Miami Beach is expected to ------
Roc Hotel, Miami Beach, is .have on postal em extend greetings. Postmaster 7th Ave.
expected to attract one thou ployees.An General W. Marvin'Watson
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May, General Board counsel; Mr. Timothy for the ((the Convention Public Banquet.Meeting and the NERVOUSNESS SKIN 'DISEASE >' ildriri=s"i,;.,, \> "I '"t;
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Alphas Explain

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Black Power .

Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Rather, it means the exercise Linds1eyLurnber
brought its 62nd
anniversary of legitimate means to obtain
convention to a close
Thursdayafter control
over the destiny of the
adopting a statement on black community by black people

public policy expressing position theorganization's on The must statement be our concern.further com- 1 x 2-INCH "BLUE LAKE" FIR BRIGGS ft STRATTON POWERED

black power; civil rights and mended the work of the Na-
civil rights legislation;pov- tional Advisory Commissionon 6-FOOT 7-FOOT FOOT ROTARY MOWER

erty and the Viet Nam crisis. Civil Disorders in identify '
According to Dr. Lionel H. ing the basic causes of social \; b.I E4, 27,,. 130! Dependable DYNA-MOW

Newsom of Atlanta, Ga., unrest, racial tensions and a
THREE horse
power (4 cycle j "Briggt
president, as spokesman for violence, and strongly urgedthe and Sfroffon ENGINE provides
the college Greek letter social immediate Implementationof ffWf ffy \ husky energy lor titan, imoolh
fraternity which was organized the Commission's recom- Straight, bright t ILlul MteaJr \\i 20-INCH thohe.wide and mowing Ihtolllt Hat tonlrol.handlebar

in 1906 at Cornell University mendations to reverse the JiTiMM: clean stock
by seven Negro students, trend toward a separatist society nylon-beoring wheels,

the Fraternity has been and to assure the main- I SIVE
through the years a black pow tenance of a healthy, powerful e T 0 "0" ml MJO
Y O MODEL \[
er, in that the members "
rep and orderly society with the f PM 420 _\\ j l > NO MONEY
resent much of the black lead- full participation of all people.On DOWN!
ership in their communities.The poverty the Fraternity
Fraternity's statement declared that the existing
read "Black power is a proper large scale poverty inAmeri-

and necessary objective in thatit ca, the wealthiest nation in the

means acquiring economic world, is cruel, unjust and unnecessary -
power, influence and Involve- and called for con- ROW I
ments'in American communities gressional action to alleviatethe
by its residents; employ- suffering of the more than
ment in all occupations at all. 35 million poor people, fourteen BEAUTIFUL PHILIPPINE MAHOGANYPREFINISHED Q
levels' full participation in the .million of which are Ne- PANELING
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political life of the commun- groes, in the United States.
ity at every level,in every political Changes in the welfare and "TROPICANA" e

subdivision in all government public educational system o
agencies (city were recommended, calling D
councils, county boards, state for aid that is adequate to the '
legislatures, school boards needs of the people,where dig-

and commissions For Alpha nity can be maintained, and ,. '
Phi Alpha black power does that Black history be includedin i 1 \

not mean revolution by vio- all public school curricula.The .
lence, nor tha destruction of statement urged that Ir 1 \ gIM
property, or the creation of a government take every possible J I

separate racist society, or a action to bring the war in [ (t \4t;
black economy within the Viet Nam to a speedy conclusion J\\}

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r ''. ,...... '' New Emphasis BY SBA To Encourage .j



'" Black Enterpreneuershlp j


: :.:'.,,',, i The Small Business Admin Realizing that there existsa to play a greater part inhelp- .
istration is planning to place cultural pride by the ing to implement the planningand
greater emphasis assist and leaders and citizens of inner personal involvement required
'f promote black business own city communities, the govern to establish a viable
ership in the nation's inner ment, through it's principle business community within. he
?L cities. lending agency, is now seeking nation's cities..

Greater efforts will be madeto

M 1 { gibA provide the financial, man NAACP ..Urges "Cabinet Action
agerial, and technical assistance
necessary to increase, On j
Food And
t J and establish minority Business EmploymentWASHINGTON

ownership. D. C.-Ac- Mr. Fitt stated that the Defense -
Seeking to involve citizens, tion at the Cabinet level on the Department was required -
government and the American problems of food distribution, by law to turn surplus pro-
private sector SBA hopes to employment and welfare was perty over to the General Ser-
promote commercial activity urged August 1 and 2 upon high vices Administration and that
traditionally uncommon in officials of the Johnson Ad- disposal of it by GSA was directed -
the black community. The ministration by an NAACP by statute. Silas Craft,
F agency is seeking to reach beyond committee created by a reso- chairman of the NAACP com-
+ Nyr' g+py,eA the scope of the Economic lution at the recent Atlantic mittee, said the group would
I d'# .waft WssI Opportunity Loan Program City convention. make inquiries of GSA with the
; which has been in existence Secretary of Agriculture view to making surplus housing
since 1966. Further efforts Orville Freeman invited the and surplus farm machin-
will be mad to guarantee committee to send a small ery, no longer used by the Defense
leases of small businessmenin subcommittee to confer in detail Department,available to
depressed areas, which with Department of Agriculture the poor.
would encourage landlords to officials on the food Besides Chairman Craft of

r \t ,.. upgrade buildings in ghetto distribution program. He said Silver Springs, Md., the
i t. r areas. the food stamp program had NAACP group numbered Mrs.
rSfi Although Washington officials been expanded and that his department Kelsey Beshears, St. Joseph,
are not expected to declare was distributing foodin Mo., Dr. Aaron Henry,
counties which hitherto had Clarksdale Miss.
Miami a disaster area,
refused to engage In such programs
lS liberalized loan terms will be
SSt .
; available to those merchantswho
suffered uninsurable Vice President Hubert
losses. Humphrey said the antihunger -
p r o g r a m and all others r* ar"
Alvin.E. Guilford of the Miami covered by the NA A C P con
Regional Office Is makinga vention resolution were being
Hosea Williams, demonstrations director of SCLC, directs his mule trainon survey of the affected areas pushed by the Administration."We .

I Miami Beach during theNatioanl Republican Convention last week. Williamshas ,' and will be available for further like you, want jobs for
information. Inquiries people, not handouts,"he said.
a sister in the Dade school system, Mrs. Betty Furniss. Photo by Jay should be directed to The Miami "And for sure we Intend to see I

Baker Times or to Small Business that no one goes hungry in our ,
Administration. great nation." I

Through local development The group met with Secre-
companies established by local tary of Labor W. Willard
citizens, SBA is authorized Wirtz, with Secretart of
Thanks to aU of the students
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20 THE MIAMI TIMES, FRIDAY, AUGUST 16, 1968BROWARD
Federal assistance on the

t BRIEFSBY .J I r re rii .. '...., \ ,' : .'"I.;'. ground origin.of race, color, or national -

t. ... HEW's Office of Field Coordination -

BY R. LUTHER,BRAYBOY. SR, : :"", which administersthe
}.' I \' Department's field activi-
ties, and its Office of Consumer -
There was to the South of US last week an ugly and dangerous Services also come under
situation that somehow ended with more confuss ton than It 4 Mr. Sylvester's direction.
began with since no one knew who was responsible for callingthe Consumer Services maintains
meeting or the several meetings In the first place. Tem- liaison with consumers and
pers flared where cool and calm should have prevailed and consumer groups determine
all the kings men could not put Liberty City together again. how their needs can best be
':' The news media certainly deserves full credit for the excel- served.In .
. lent flame fanning they sClYigorously propeled David Brinkley J' addition, Mr. Sylvester
and Chet Huntley's outright mockery of the poor peoples campaign will be responsible for the coordination -
was blunder number one.Then that high and mighty pub- and forward planning
lication known to Floridians as the Miami Herald, publishedby of programs concerning
a man who likes to give away silver knights, had to have a Social Security, aging, voca-
reporter on hand who refused to leave the meeting place when II tional rehabilitation, Juvenile
asked to do so. Many people in Broward County find It hard to delinquency control, poverty
eye this reporters actions with out grave suspicions as to mo- migratory labor, care of refugees -
tive. Could this, ask many in Broward,been a planned thing to and Immigrants, and regional -
make Governor Kirk's image a bad one in respect to the national t economic development.On .
convention? Another question in my mind is why some-
one in authority has not questioned the Herald about this stub- hand for the ecent
born refusal on last Wednesday night in LfbertyClty when Just swearing in of the 45-year-old
a week earlier, when George Wallace's goons said move they Detroit native b y SecretaryCohen
stumbled all over themselves getting out of the way. were Secretary of La-
Several other things about this publication arouses my sus- Named Assistant Secretary Of HEW bor Willard Wirtz, Represen-
picions, where news reporting Is concerned, I fall to see what tative Charles G. Diggs, Jr.,
was so news-worthy about a meeting of black people to try Secretary Wilbur J./Cohen's problems, civil rights,and so- implements Departmental of Michigan, Mayor Carl
and establish a black power block vote that this particular principal adviser on urban cial welfare programs. Policy under Title VI of the Stokes of Cleveland,Assistant
publication had three reporters on hand. A very news worthy Mr. Sylvester came to HEW Civil Rights Act. Secretary of State for East
and public service program has been underway in Broward "''''''- from the Department of Labor, Title VI states that no per- Asian and Pacific Affairs William -
,County for five weeks now.Other Broward newspapers and the where he was Director of the son in the U.S.shall be excluded p. Bundy, and Assistant
Miami Times has kept abreast of this situation. But the Bro I Office of Federal Contract from participation in,or de- Secretary of Labor for'International -
ward bureau of the Miami Herald has not printed one single Compliance. nied the benefits of, any pro- Affairs George L-P
word about these events that are taking place right under their R Bow.h&J _At Labor, he was responsible gram or activity re celving Weaver.
noses. So why the sudden Interest in Liberty City? This pub- for achieving nondiscrimination -
lication was taken to task by columnist Booker T. Hayes not r- ; and affirmative actionto
too long ago when a Negro college student became a National ] insure equal employment WOOLWORTH'SijIj1
Queen. The program was on nationwide TV. Yet the Miami Wolur | opportunity by Government
Herald carried this national news on the second page of it's contractors, subcontractors,
second section. Why? A white girl can win any old paper sack Mrs. Cassie Washington of and contractors engaged in YOUR I
contest and on the front page she lands. Then there is the 628 NW 5th Ter., Hallandale, Federally-assisted construc-
Bernie Dyer divorce thing this same Miami Herald choose to left Saturday, August 10. for tion work. .
splater on it's pages. In the middle of a heated riot and ra- Nassau, where she will visit His administrative responsibilities -
cial discord this publication sought by invendo to underminethis Mr. and Mrs. Arthur and at HEW include WRITING NEEDS I
mans effectiveness at a time when the community needed Blanche Wilson on Market St. supervision of the operationsof
him most. I would be most uncertain about going on record to Mrs. Washington flew by Eas- the Center for Community
the effect that the Miami Herald likes Bernie Dyer or Negroes tern airlines Planning, which relates HEW ,
period. To really put the finishing touch to a sorry situationthe Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Ingra- programs to Model Cities pro-
greatest paper In Florida publisheda by line article askingthe ham. are proud parents of a jects; and the Office of Civil Velvet smooth .
assanine question "why Liberty City?" Did this dolt of a baby boy (Irvin William) who Rights, which develops and .
journalist think there was some Invisible Imunity that should was born on Sunday,August 11 INIMIIPTM7x
have protected Liberty City that did not protectthe other riot at MemorialHospitalinHolly-
". torn cities and ghetto communities in this country? wood. Mr. and Mrs. Ingraham Pembrook
resides at 4224 SW 18th St EY FIBER POINT PEN
The tyrany of the white man Is felt in Liberty City as in any
other place. Whitey thought he had it made with Walter Head- West Hollywood. Park To
ley's promose to shoot if they loot so they sat pat and depended Congratulations to Joe
on him. That is one of the outstanding reasons for last Hicks and Leonard Alexan- !
der on the opening of their 414
Light RanchesAt
weeks
debacle. Editor Garth Reeves demanded this mans
Eight-Rock Bar and at
resignation and not one merchant backed him up.Had the mer- Lounge
chants on 62nd St. stood behind him their stores would be Intact 5221 Pembroke Rd. When you a meeting last Wednesday
today. But some people Just ha veto be shown Mr. Reeves are in Carver Ranches stop by night the Pembrook Park City < 4 ; A bold new way to write
also reported that outside factions might bring great unrestto and say hello to Joe and Leonard Commission, after a formal i' . fiber point will not
the already troubled area but no one listened. Henry Ar- the managers. request by Miami Times re- skip, writes instantly,
Jeffry Wallace of 4911 SW porter Robert Brayboy, voted glides smoothly over any
rington spoke of racial bias in Miami but no one bothered to
24th St. West Hollywood is the unanimously to put streetlights surface.
lift one finger. Having had the chance to solidity themselveswith ,
the black people I find it very hard to muster sympathyfor new Miami Times boy, if you on 44th and 42nd Avenues -
thOse merchants who are so bitter over their claimed losses want delivery call 989-9939. from Hallendale Beach
I cannot feel the same for Liberty City whites that I felt VFW Post 8195 will hold Blvd. north to Pembroke Rd. I I
for the people in Detroit and the other cities. Those people did their meeting Sunday, August The move was spearheaded ,
not have in their like the Miami 18, at 5:30 p.m. Members bepresent' by Mayor Philip Bryan, with
a Negro weekly community pYE ,. : Porous point pen . .
Times. People are appalled by riots and looting and some get vice mayor Bill Mofitt and
The Grand United Order of I
sick inside when they listen to store owners cry and weep to other commissioners concur- PAPER MATE
the effect that twenty years Is gone-swept away overnight.I Pallbearers Lodge No. 81 of ring. This decision was given IL P
do not believe that anyone can stayinone business fortwenty West Hollywood will meet high praise by the residents of -
years and a blaze and a few broken-rindows leaves him head- Wednesday, at 7p.m.Fire Hall Carver Ranches and Hyde ? FLAIR PEN
We are asking all members to
ed for the welfare lines. Take the case of Mr. Wong who says Park, lights in this particular
he has fifteen employees and fourteen are Negroes. He boast please be present and on time. area, among other things, has
) that he puts,plenty back In thecommunity: since his payroll is The District Deputy Mr.Rode- 'been a long and uphill struggle ;
'} $550.00 per week.Mr.Wong no doubt gives the white employeeone rick Stevens of West Palm by columnist Brayboy and \
Beach will be 414Tapered
hundred fifty per week and the fourteen Negroes are paid present. The Miami Times. The prES-
from the remaining four hundred dollars That's returning Mrs. A. O. Henderson, ent results is most gratifying
something to the community? I really don't think he realized president, Corene Anderson, and highly acclaimed by all
what he was saying. secretary. concerned. ri nylon point stays
The Miami Herald columnist Charles Whited lays the blame \ sharp for the life of the
for everything right on the steps of city ball. I disagree with I .3: -ems pen. Puts personality in
this most decidely. The City of Miami has an excellent commission -i -, PAPERS TE your notes and ietters-

.... a mayor that is as objective and sincere as any per- _:
son could show and prove himself to be. The county is In excellent f { L == i' I
shape leadership wise. .

What really needs to be done, nation wide and not Just in .. _-.. -- !

Miami, is for the big business men, bankers, and the profes- :, -, j Mark on anything
= :
sionals to take a good look at themselves and decide what they t : aJtP\\
want the U.S. to be In 1983, and proceed to let the Negro in. SHARPIE FINE
He is tired of mill pond catfish he wants to fish in the Gulf- \ R :
stream now. It's up to these people to give public officials the "
0. hand they so badly need. { _. \: : POINT MARKER

Briefs from a long fingernail . Kings Go Go Lounge now
features Judy, Auretta and Louise of Miami in their new kit- .
chen now open to serve you the best in American cosine .
George (Larry) Pinder is hospitalized at Osteopathic General [ 41CPerfect
in North Miami. Friends and relatives wish hima speedy recovery i . ..rrx
. James Gissendaner will be featured on the har- ,
monica this week-end at Kings Go Go Lounge . Sammie c i. ,
,
(Sam) Mlckles is the vivacious barmaid. . Now is the time > J t for labeling and
for all Democrats to start our move. Let's get together and '' ,, r ''??i UC. addressing, writes on any
( surface
stay together. This is a must unless you want to expose yourselves + S" a y in brilliant permanent -
to George Wallace and Lester Maddox troops chasingyou 5 mask waterproof l'Olors.
through the swamps with ax handles drawn on you . The BADLY WOUNDED SHERIFF gets a protection from Robert
Broward County Democrat club will meet at the County park Mitchum and Dean Martin. Dragged through the streets by his
this Thursday evening at 8, all democrats are urged to be J horse.the sheriff is helped by these two. "5 Card Stud," a YOUR MONEY'S WORTH MORE ATWWOOLVIORTH'S
present . That's thirty for this time till next time buy the Paramount Picture in Technicolor now playing at the Lib. City
Times. :Drive-in.

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metropolitan chapterof with specific demands with regard -
the National Committee of to the plight of Black

Inquiry headed by Dr John.America (economic, politicaland and Laundryis

L. S.Holloman,Jr;has'unanljnously social).
p.; 'agreed that Vice

President Humphrey Is unac- The decision to dump Vice
ceptab le as a Presidential
President Humphrey as a political
Candidate.The choice for Black peoplewas

committee also an- prompted by his ambiguous celebratingtheir
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nounced that It will present Its non-descript
inquiries placed to him by
decision to the BlackCom- 38
and ft
Congressman Conyers
munities of the metropolitanarea
other members of the National .
recommending that they
ar Committee of Inquiry.
contact their delegates and demand successfulyears j
that they not pledge

themselves to support Hum-
: J. phrey on any ballot. "Any where in the world as a j
you wont to go"
The National Committee of 77CKtrsxtsr
Inquiry headed by Congressman -
John Conyers (D-Mlch), NO MOKE AT

and comprised of prominent
Black Americans across the M58'ftft'ruY

country was organized to (L 4I EIU
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"Your Neighborhood Tro'vel
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the possible choices for Agent. _

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22 THE MIAMI TIMES,FRIDAY AUGUST 16J968' RANGEMrs. M.H. RAHMINGSRobert
: I .. IN MEMORIAMIn

of Beulah Sneed of 5266 Edgecombe of 5995
I'c' 'HS' sad but loving memory
::1 MJ"EMO'R--I'A"L-S' DE'AT' "I our dear sister NW 24th Ave. died on August NW 24th Ave., was DOA at
C --......,..,. -r II 6th. She Is survived by her Jackson Hospital,August 8.He

husband, Charlie Sneed;one leaves to mourn three sisters

son, Arthur Barfield;five bro- Mrs. B. Louise Rolle, Miami;

I thers, Walter, Eddie, GeorgeJr. Mrs. Esther Smith, and Mrs.

i CARD OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAM i ., and L.C. Hope and James juanita Mazyh of New York.

6 Guest;six sisters Mae Turner, Services were held Wed. Aug.

family of the later memory of F A Gertrude Dykes, Mattie Jackson 14, at 10 a.m. in the chapel.

EUGENE RICHARD s q Josephine Anderson,
_
ROBINSONwho Louvenia Fowler, andSusie

departed July 28, 1967. Young. There were no local
"May he rest i n peace and f si .services. She was removed to Mrs. Margie H. Miller of
2460 159th Ter.
NW Opa-
light perpetual shine upon Oakfleld, Ga. onAug9thforfinal
1 him." rites. locka, died in Jackson Hospital
Aug. 9. She leaves her husband

Mrs. Lila Robinson, mother Elmore Philpot, Sr. of 1500 Theodore Z. Miller; five sons

Rodger, brother NW 46th Street died August 7th Alvin, Robert, Richard,Theodore
Mrs. Edith Sawyer, aunt -- -- at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Jr. and Stanley Miller;
MRS. ESTELLE M. RHODESwho Alice Theresa
and other relatives. I He is survived by two sons, one daughter ;
departed this life July 29, her parents Mr. and Mrs.Eugene
1961. Elmore, Jr., and Frederich;
three sisters
IN MEMORIAM ENDS FRANK GIBSON We miss you so very much a daughter, Mrs.Frankie Louise Lowe Lowe, Mrs. Wllda M.
two step-daughters,
_P. ___n. ______ 0 master let me walk with and will never be the same Fortson; Sturr up, and Mrs.Coranell
and Jimmie White
Alice Akins
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thee, without you. Until we meet
brother Samuel
Jones one
' Ser- ;
ALAMA T. JONES DARDEN '. :, In low-ly paths of service free, again. and three grandchildren.
Lowe. Services will be held on
vices held on Aug 10th
were ,
(DIMPS) : tell secret
me thy ;
: 17 at 1p.m.at
Church. Saturday, Aug. ,
at Mt. Zion Baptist
would like to thank her
many Help me bear the strain of toil Mary Avan Mitchell, sister
f the Church of God of Prophecy
friends for their kind wordsof I the fret of care four brothers, two children,
of 860 NW 85th
Arthur Gibbs
sympathy, telegrams, Mrs. Essie Govson and four grands, a step mother.IN .
cards, flowers, and money, Family St.died at Jacksom Memorial

given In their.hour of bereavement i Hospital on August. 7th. He is MANKER MILTON
I MEMORIAMIn survived by his wife, Mary

A special thanks to the i IN MEMORIAMIn Lou; his b rot her s, Eugene, Lillie Mae Balfour of 1447

Usher Board No. 2 of Mt.Carmel memory of sad but loving memory of p.h., and Lonnie. Services NW 3rd Ave., died at her home

Baptist Church,and a host >r ---- our dear husband and father were held on Monday, Aug. Aug. 9. Services will be held

of friends of NW 6th and 7th and grandfather 12th at 4:00 P.M. at St. PaulA Saturday at 1 p.m. lathe

Streets who came to Ft. ME Church. chapel. She is survived by a

Pierce, Fla. to be at the final MRS. OLIVIA WILLIAMS .a husband, John, a brother JohnH.

rites. May God bless you all. who passed August 9, 1966.It Vernon A.Stoney 9811NW Richardson and an aunt

has been two years. 26th Avenue was killed in an Mrs. Florence Sellers.

Mrs. Henrietta Tyler, Gone, but not forgotten.Her automobile accident onAugust4th.
mother still lingers. His survivors include his
memory Louis Jackson of 124 SW 1st
parents Mr. and Mrs. Julius
,
Ct., Deerfleld Beach, died at
CARD OF THANKSThe Deacon Donald Williams, Stoney; a grandfather, Julius Jackson Hospital, Aug. 1.Services -
husband Murphy; grandparents, Mr. were held Thursday in

family of the late Daughters and sons-in-law and Mrs. Matthew Stoney of the chapel. He Is survived bya

and grandchildrenIN Baineswell, S.C.; four aunts, brother James Jackson.
Pinkie Shaver Viola Leonard
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MR. SOUTHERN SMITH, JR.

wish to express their heart- MEMORIAMIn "._Z"'I'" .. " ...,'_..... Ve rl e e n Scott and Betty Viola Harris of 1426 NW
Carroll. Services were held on
felt thanks to their many relatives MARJORIE SANDS MILLS 63 St., died July 29. Serviceswere
Tuesday at the St.J a m e s
and friends for their loving memory of my beloved who departed this life August DEACON SPRY R. DAVIS held Saturday, Aug. 3,at
kindness and sympathy shownto husband. 13, 1961. A.M.E Church. 2 p.m. She Is survived by three

the family during their hour Seven years have passed dear who departed this life August daughters, Willie M. Butler,
Anderson of 725 NW
Henry
of bereavement. Thanks also
mother, 11,1964.. Johnnie M. Jones and AnnieM.
to Rev. Patterson, and the Since God has called you home, God called him to heaven to 69th Street died on Aug. 9th at Smith, two sons Thomas

members of the Church of the To be with him; in heaven take his rest. Jackson Memorial Hospital. Wesley Harris and Ernest
He survived his wife
.1.
by
Open Door. May God bless And around the' snow white For here on earth he has done I Harris, two brothers and three
each and everyone of you. throne his best. Alice Mae;two brothers, John sisters.
and Robert Anderson;two sisters -
God knows how much we miss He went through trials
Mrs. Gertrude Smith and And stood the test Rosa Newberry, and
you,
Lucille Anderson. No local
FamilyIN Never shall Yes, he has gone to heavenTo
your memory
services were held. He was
fade take his rest.
,
removed to Hawklnsville, Ga.
ve ui; ,yraHARRY
Loving thoughts shall always
MEMORIAMIn on August 13th for burial
wonder to the spot where you Louise C. Davis, wife ceremonies.

loving memory of our father were laid.Beatrice and family

grandfather, and great Sands, mother and +r Mrs. Victoria Yuleeof

grandfather McKENZIEwho the children. IN MEMORIAMIn 12255 S.W. 219th Street in

"1- '" departed this life August Goulds, died on August 8th t
of beloved
Y .. 18, 1965. CARD OF THANKSThe husband memory my at Jackson Memorial HospitalShe

A Always so true unselfish and is survived by one daughter 1

kind family of the late' Mrs. Hazel Henderson; a

Few in this world his equal -_.. >a granddaughter, Ruby Bee k-

you'll find with;two great-grandchildren,
w
A beautiful life that came to ..aj Judith and Franklin, Jr.; and +

an end one great-great grand child.

He died as he lived everyones Services were held on Wednesday The world helper in all
friend. at New Bethel AME
walks of Ii fee
Church in Goulds.
Lylene McKenzie, wife j Come to the blessed successful -

a Mrs. Bets ie McMillion of tea, this Sundayand

f, *N MEMORIAMIn 2190 NW 70th Terrace died at each Sunday, August

MR. BENJAMINGILBERT her residence on August 10th 18, 4 to 6 p.m.

vho departed from us Aug.14, lovfngmemoryofmydear She is survived by her six sons Don't be afriad if you

1965. Sleep on dear father and sister and sisterinlawr Elliott, H.D., Alex, William, want wife back if
your ,
David and George Jfive) daughters
take your rest. Gone, but not J want husband
you
forgotten. --- Maggie Conner, Mattie your

Sadly missed by the REUBEN HEPBURN v + Spikes, Lillian McCray,Leos- back and better jobs. More
sle Hendrix and Elizabeth.''money' and such. See
FamilyIN would like to take this methodto .
express sincere thanks and Johnson. She will lie in reposeat REV. LENA ROSS
r .n who departed this life August the Chaple on Aug. 15th and
to
MEMORIAMIn r appreciation the many She is your true friend and
friends for their cards, 17, 1966. will be removed on Aug. 16th to

sad but loving. memory. of ,letters, telegrams, and floral Gone, but not forgotten. Vidalia, Ga. for burial. helper. .
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r. designs.
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'.!; Moss of New Mt. zion Baptist L'ttemuritlmIn
i r+ up Church, Homestead, who de- ,

livered the eulogy to the pas- IN MEMORIAM
loving of our beloved husbandand
tor, Rev. H. Stuart, and the father memory
Male Choir of St. Mary'i

RUTH SMITH TWIGGSwho Church to the ministers and In loving memory of our OTHELLO W. JOHNSON, SR.

deacons of the Atlantic Coast r dear mother
who departed this life August 17, 1966.
departed this life August Sunday School and BTU Association
God
was in his
15, 1966. ; to their pastor, Rev,. MRS. REMILDA SIMMS walking garden,
ONE he made with his own bands
God called her to heaven to, N, A. Thompson and the officers ,
pAr and members of Temple The sun was shining on each blossom,
take her rest. who departed this life August
Baptist Church, to the various Young and old throughout all lands,
For here on earth she has done choirs of the choir union; tc I 17, 1967. In our church he walked still searching,

MR. EZEKIEL MONCURwho her best. Francis Funeral Home; to the She Is gone but not forgotten. For a lovely full grown flower,
and
departed this life August She went through trials neighbors of 3rd Ave.; to the I Pausing here he found one ready,

.30, 1961. stood the test. neighbors of 69th Terrace;and I The Family: To be taken at that hour.
May be rest In peace and We loved her but God lovedher to the employees of the City' Miss Ruby Simms
\
life perpetual shine upon him. best. Laundry. Mr. George Simms Sadly missed:
Blrda Smith Matthews sister Mrs. Bethel
F May he rest in peace. Betty Mrs. Armeta W. Johnson, wife and family
wife Herbert Matthews six grandchildren
Mrs. Maude Moncur, brother-in-law The Hepburn Family
and family





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HOUSE OF THE MIAMI TIMES, FRIDAY. AUGUST 16, 1968 23

ALBERT Register Before Oct. 5


Mr. Johnny Austin, of 1423 For November ElectionsDade
NW 68th Terr., Miami, died
August 8 Remains are being
shipped to Thomasville, Ga., County voter registration The following registration City Hall, 1130 WashingtonAve.

Wednesday, August 14. He Issurvlvedbyhisfather books for the upcoming offices are open to accommo- ., 8:30 -5pmWed--
Nov. 5 national, state and local date the expected heavy flow of nesday only.

mother, foster mother,Gladys elections will close Oct.5, new registrants; Also North Miami City

Thomas; three sisters, Mar- according to Metro electionsuperv'isor Hall, 776 NE 125th St., 9 a.m.

garet, Lillian and Mary L. Martin Brater- Metro Justice Building, 5 p.m.,Thursday only;Coral
Austin. man. 1351 NW 12th St., 8:30 a.m. Gables City Hall,405 Biltmore

1 "Anyone not already regis- 5 p.m., Monday through Friday Way, 9 a.m. 5 p.m. Friday

Funeral services for the tered, 21 years of age or old- ; Hialeah City Hall, 501 only; North Miami Beach City

late Mrs. Sarah McCall, of er, a citizen of the United Palm Ave., 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Hall, 17001 NE 19th Ave., 9

1975 N.W. 4th Ave. Apt N2, States, a permanent residento Tuesday only; Miami Beach a.m. ,- 5 p.m., Friday only
Florida for at least one year
will be held 1:00 pm., Thurs-
and
a Dade County resident
15 at the John Dean Jr, of LOLLIES FOR TOTS
day, August Liberty 836NW63 the last six months, is eligi-
Mrs. McCall died Street died on Active youngsters need
City Chapel. August 9th in ble to register," Bratermansaid. i I .
August 6. She Is sruvlved by Carlo, Michigan. He Is survived more nourishment than ever

one sister, two grand chldren, by his two sons,John, "Those reaching 21 fulfilling during warm summer months.That's .
or -
ten great, great grand- in and Raymond; his father, residency require- why the Gerber home When
children. John Sr. economists have come up witha I
; stepmother, Mrs. ments between Oct. 6 and N ov. SERVCE
Sadie Dean, a brother snack idea that's tasty a swell
5, should register now because
Funeral services for the Nathaniel as nutritious. RefreshingIced
(Tanny) Dean; two books will be closed during
late Mrs. Lila Bridges, of 94 sisters, Ollle Johnson and those dates," he added. Lollies are sure to become HERE'S PROOF YOU'LL

N.W. 50th St., Miami, will be Elouise Nichols; lOunclesand First-time registrants who a favorite with the LIKE OUR PRINTING

held 1:00: p.m. Firday, August 14 aunts. Services will beheld are under 24 must bring their younger set. Pour 1/2 can Or-

16th a t the New Providence on Saturday at 4:00 PM at St. birth certificate or other ange-Apricot Juice into pop- and. our customers come back!
Baptist Church. Mrs. Bridgesdied James A ME Church. proof. All naturalized citizens side mold or pour several
cans of Juice into a separated Miami TilliS
Aug. 9. She is survivedby must bring their naturalization -
Miss Linda Williams of ice cube tray and insert wooden Wolit
one son, Benny Covins and
15950 NW 17th place In Opa- papers, passports or sticks. Freeze until readyto
one daughter Arethea Smith. locka died August 10th. Linda, other evidence of citizenship. serve. Call OX 10421NOW

a student at Virginia State I
Funeral services for the --
College in Petersburg
late Mrs. Mary L. Moore of ,
1
Virginia, is survivedbyher IN TIME FORBACKrOSCHOOlSFOTNG
1031 43rd St. Miami
N.W.
,
parents, Mr. and Mrs Frank
will be held 3:00: Saturday, Williams nine sisters and FRESH
;
Aug. 17th, at the Shilo Baptist three
brothers.Arrangementsare
,
Church, on 14th Avenue Mrs. Incomplete. ,
Moore died August 10. She is I

survived by her mother, / '
Johnnie Lee Williams of ,
Evelyn Moore, son George
2415 NW 50th Street died Aug.
Williams two daughters 13th. He is survived by his wife 1\\t
Martha Moore Emma L.Mas-
Dorothy; one son, Barry; two
sey; one brother, George L. daughters, Frances and 1fr

Robinson Sherrl; his parents, Mr. and BIGGEST a1..ut

Mrs. Prince Williams.eight
Funeral services for the brothers Al-
Jimmy, Ray,
late, Mr. Moses Cannion; of phonso, Henry, Bobby,Jackie, \ 2
1361 NW 61stSt., Miami,Fla. Jerome and Charles; six sis-

will be held 2:00 Saturday, ters, Bar is Orr and Louise .

August 17th, at the Mt. Tabor Davis and Annie, Betty, Bar- EVER"itA f :1

Baptist Church. Mr. Cannion Bara and Beatrice Williams. ,

died August 8. He Is survivedby Arrangements are incomplete -

his mother, father, four ./ BRAND I

brothers, David,Ernest,Leon, 't Zit I Zit'm I
and Lenord Cannion; one son, Sews Buttons' NEW !
RICHARDSON
Robert M. Cannion, Jr. w Makes Buttonholes. 1968 ,
Raymond Carr, Jr., of 936 Blind Stitches FULL PRICE
NW 3rd Ave. 7 expired YOU CANTRADE
Mr. William Harris,of 1461 Apt. Monograms
NW 69th Terr., Miami, died August 8th. Remains will be For I free IN
August 12. Arrangements are shipped to Tallahassee, Fla home demonstration YOUR OLDMACHINE

incomplete.Mrs. Tuesday Aug. 13th for burial.He CALL 625-1261 Easy
is survived by his widow Term s
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Mattie Heath, of 1520 Ethel; two daughters, Pentoraand
NW Kathleen; his mother REPAIR SPECIAL
61st. Street Miami died
Mattie of Crawfordville, Fla.,
August 8. Arrangements are j.
incomplete.Mr. two sisters Carrie of Talla- Clean, Oil, Adjust 98
hassee and Eloise of ElizabethN. ABBEY-DOMESTIC

Fred Taylor, of 167SW J. and one aunt Ruby Davis. SEWING CENTER Call" 625-1261 'at
15982 NW 27th
4tth Mrs. Weddie Bell Sims of Avenue
Street Homestead, died,
1212 NW 1st Place Apt 1 expired -
August
11. Arrangements are
incomplete.Mrs. August 9th Funeral services -
will be held Saturday

August 17th at 1:00 P.M. in
FRANKLIN'S CARPET
Amanda B.Worthey,of
2235 c h u r c h of Christ Written in
NW 41st Street Miami,
died Heaven, with the Rev.Moss of- NW
0650
August 9. Arrangementsare 22ND AVENUE
ficlatlng. Burial will be in
incomplete.Mrs. Evergreen Memorial Park. SPECIALIZING IN RUG SALES & CLEANING

janie Waiter, of 3001 Mrs. Sims is survived by COMMERCIAL CLEANING & FLOOR WAXING
four daughters, Mrs. Gertrude
NW 52st., Miami, died August Miller and Mrs. Nellie High- CARPETING CLEANED IN YOUR HOME OR OUR PLANT
8. Remains were shipped to
Winter Haven, Florida Tues- tower of Miami,and Mrs.Eula FREE ESTIMATES IN YOUR HOME CALL 696-9133 OR 635-3641

day, August 13. Ingram of New York City and 24 HOUR ANSWERING SERVICE
Mrs. Louie Holliman of Rich- r
;; Y
,,
land, Ga.; one son Robert Lee "'.Aw";.1"1
1214 ., 'Jr"1rfll'
Rev. W.T. Thomas, of { ; \ .. ,
t.
.
N.W. 62nd Terrace Miami died Jones Mosley;of a Savannah nephew,Ga.William; other f; :J !lj;,111(1; -;,""'" .
August 9. Arrangements are t. J1'jfli4( I>, ft.jf: f i#
t
)
neices, nephews and other relatives :. l..; I
incomplete.Mr. t; jf V 0
Fred McGuire,of 18219 r VI

S.W. 102 place Perrine, died -, ft t1:" ,4: '

August 12. Arrangements are .. '
t: ;" b,
incomplete.Isaac STEVEN '" '
E.A.
l' '.: ,.ti
,
Funeral services for Mrs.
..
.
Robinson of 2343 NW Willie Mae Allen, of 512 NW ,..... ... .; I1

80th Street died Aug. 9th.His 1st Avenue, Hallandale,will be .. 'd.x'T' !d..
i
survivors Include his wife, held Saturday August 17th at ' "r..I' ", I II
.
Ruth; his mother, Mrs. Irene 2:00 pm in Greater BethelA 'tfl. ,

Robinson; two brothers, Joe ME Church,Deerfield Beach, ,I.-"

and Arthur, four sisters, Fla. burial willbeinPinewiew

Eunice Mayes, Eldora Gra- Cemetery, Deerfield Beach,
ham, Maudie Allen and Jose- E.A. Stevens Funeral Home is

rine Smiley. Services will be directing

held on Saturday Aug. 17th In Mrs. Allen is survived by a : 1 ,

the Chapel at 1:00 P.M. devoted husband, Sander

Allen, Sr.; three daughrers,

George Morgan of 1769 NW Mrs. Rosa Troutman, Mrs.
63rd Street died Aug. 7th. He Reva Mae Burns and Miss i

is survived by his wife, Ivory; Willie Bell Allen; three sons,

two sisters, Retta petty and Fred,Robert and Sander Allen, I

Marie; and n 1 e c e, Jennie Jr.; thirty-three grandchildren We Brand Name r
;
Carry Carpeting
'\ Black. Services will be held on ; twenty-two great .

Saturday 3:00 P.M inthe ,I grandchildren; three aunts and
Chapel. other relatives. I






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THE MIAMI TIMES, FRIDAY AUGUST 16, 1968 ._
ST. JAMES GREATER ST. LUKERev.
Macedonia
I Greater New

Rev. S. L. Gay, pastor 0. Taylor pastor

Rev. Roscoe Jackson,pastor chairman; Louise Jackson, Joseph Marshall,reporterOur Alfreva Taylor reporterOn

Willie J. Beard reporterOn co-chair man. Let us not forget church anniversary is Sunday afternoon,August
,
I last Sunday,we observedour our annual Women's Day will Sunday, August 18. All mem- 18, Rev.J. E.Jenkfnswillcon-

First Mock Women's Day. be ObservedthesecondSundayin bers are asked to pay their elude the church's anniversary. -

It wasn't Mock Women's Day, October. budget. .
it was a real Women's Day. There will be a Seasonal Tea Our church anniversary is The Choir No. 2is sponsor-

We wish to take this opportunity Sunday from 4-6 p.m. at the Sunday, August 18. All mem- ing a banquet, Saturday night

to thank each of the follow- church. There will be a prizefor bers are asked to pay their August 24. The tickets are$2.

ing wo men for the part they the best-decorated table budget. For further information call

... played to make the day what it and the table with the most Mrs. Doris Williams and Sister P. Taylor at 635-1644.

was guests over twelve. There will August-Ites will have family Choir No. 2 will like to thank

.&f rJu .in auiurrli! fUMay Sister: Jeroline Jones, Cleo be three judges, so let's do our dinner sale in the church those who bought dinners Sa-

: Sorrells, Tommies.Jones, best to make this tea a tremendous parish hall,Sunday,August 18. turday. Your help was greatly

Alberta Williams, Mary Hood, success. This Is We need your support Coming appreciated. Our pastor Rev.

! : CORINTH BAPTIST ST. PAUL Louise Jackson, Maudell being sponsored by our Sunday Tuesday, August 20, Official Taylor will leave Monday for

Brown My trice Murray School-Baptist Training Board meetingwillbeheld.At- the National Convention He is
Rev. T. C. Kelley pastor
Louise Jackson, Catherine, Union. tention! May we remind you asking the prayers of all. Let

3k. Mary M. Amos, reporterOn Montgomery Janie Reeves, The No. 1 Choir wish to an- again that we are going to make us continue to pray for the sick
f ty the fourth Sunday the
qri Leola Bovan; Misses Bobbie J. nounce the marriage of their this the biggest Women's Day and shut-ins and our boys in
church will celebrate their anniversary -
( Nixson, Yvonne Merine, daughters, Misses Cassandra ever in the church history. the service.
Those who
persons Mmes. JoAnn Byrd, Minnie Gilbert, Victoria Burke, and Sympathy to the John Dean
have been a member of the
Boston, Ellen Green, Mar- Delores Jackson, to Felton family in the loss of their son.
church for ten years or more MT. CALVARY
will kindly fill out a blank foundon garet Pinder, Rosa Lee Mc- Boston, jr., Reginal Bovan, Funeral to be held Saturday,

the back of the bulletin and Clendon, Eunice McCauley, and Stephen Williams on Mon- August 17, at 4 p.m. Rev. S. Atchison, pastor

clerk officer Gertrude Denson, and the women's day, Aug 19,at 7 p.m.at Greater To the sick and shut-Ins remember Phyllis Beal, reporter
in to the
or -
i pass any choir and ushers that New Macedonia, 3165NW56 that true freedom There will be a Deacon and
or one of the ushers of
served throughout the day. A Street. Deaconess Anniversary the
I I the church. Thosepersons who comes only through complete
have received certificates special thanks to the pastor, The ceremony will be performed submission to God.JORDAN fourth Sunday at 3 p.m.

officers and men's department by Mr. Ricky Jackson. Sunday at 3 the youth will
fore asked not to fill out
are
Reception will follow in the sponsor a program,the speaker -

REV. W. T. Thomas another Mrs. Llllie one. M Woods chairman Sisters Willie M. Williams, dining room. A cordial invitation GROVE will be Rev. K. E. Rogers.

chairman program committee is extended to all to wit- Come and bring a friend with
Funeral services for the i for Women's Day Is ask-
Margaret Pinder general ness this Tom Thum Wedding. Cook pastor
; Rev. Douglas ,
that all women meet with
, former pastor of this church ing you.Please
for and visit the
Eddie Gilbert reporterThe pray
,
,. Rev. W. T. Thomas who died I her Sunday, Aug. 18 right after
Herman Thomas Gospel sick and s hut- IDS. Brother
Friday, August 9, will be held I the morning service. ST. MARY'S ZION HOPEOn
Chorus will begin their 11th Willie Martin is still sick at
oat New Providence M. B. Rev. Cook of Jordan Grove
Sunday, August 18 will be anniversary this Friday night home. Mrs. Olsie Nicholas is
; Church, 760 NW 53rdSt.,Rev. will be here Sunday night,Aug. Tithes Day All members know 14 Deacon and
August and conclude Sunday, August out of the hospital. Deacon
1 0 .I C. J. Burney, pastor, Satur- 18 in an after service program their obligation for this day. Sister Lavenial Hicks cele- 18, at 3 p.m. The celebrationwill Gray Mann is still on the critical -

V r day, August 17, a t 1 p.m.I sponsored by ewardess Don't forget our evening ser- brated their wedding anni- be held at Jordan Grove list at Jackson Hospital.
I \ We are glad to have Mrs. Board No. 2. Please come out
vices begin at 6 p.m. versary, and August 15, our friends and members are ask- The Sunday School need the
4 Mattie Marshall a member of and give them support.You .
> your The Women's Day committee pastor and wife,Rev.and Mrs. ed to come out and witness a support of the adults.So please
, the Chapel Hill Baptist Church are also reminded to
; Invites you to go with them Paul Freeman celebrated glorious t I m e Brother Her- remember Sunday at9:30a.m.MT.CARMEL .
I fund
of general budget
GrifflnGavisitinghersis- pay your
on a Trip Around the World
their anniversary. We would man Thomas, president.
> ; ter and relatives here.Hoping which is $4.50 annually or
Friday, August 23. Buses will like to commend them, and The No. 2 Usher Board and
| ., she enjoy our fair city. $2.25 semiannual. This will be ;
0 leave the church at 8pmDo- hope that they are able to see Willing Workers Club askyour
> Rev. M. Paschal acting repprted at our annual confer-
pastor
* nations are 100. Dinner sale many more. presence on this Saturday, Rev. D. A. Bradley,pastor
Sister ence in Dec. at Bethel AME
Nina Morrow re-
at the church every Saturday On Wednesday night before August 17 at the home of Brother Louise McGrlff, reporter

> porter. Church, Pompano.This moneyis beginning at 12 noon. Dona- the fourth Sunday, the churchis and Sister Parker 20510 We are In our revival, the
asked to be paid on the fourth
of this month. tions are 100. For delivery to go with the pastor to Ebe- NW 29th Ave. The occasion a Rev. Everett from Ft. Lauder-

Sunday services call 7581601. nezer Baptist Church Hallan- Garden Tea, at 8 p.m. dale will bring the message.
.MT. TABOR Usher Board No. 1 wish to
[ ; thank their Our sympathy to Sister dale, Rev. O. W. Foster, pas- Prayer meeting every You have an Invitation come
Rev. James Hendon,pastor many members Evelyn Kelly Johnson and Sis. Tuesday at 7:30p.m.Visitorsare and be with us.

George Ingraham,reporter boards, clubs, and friends for Edna Culmer in the death of tor.The No. 1 Usher Board is always welcome to wor- Don't forget we will have a

One of our members and making their 43rd anniversarya their love ones. Our special selling dinners at the churchall ship with us. motorcade the fourth Saturday

I o, 1968 graduate of Miami Jackson success. prayers go to Brother Em- day Saturday August 17, Let us remember the sick,, In this month. Refreshments
Remember sick and
\ High School, Miss Georgie our anuel Roberts at home and in that will be served. Tickets are
shut-ins and for their At 5 p.m. in the kitchen, Sis. our prayers, they may
of
re-
Everett Is
a representative pray
Brother Thomas Mingo in the Mary Green is having the soon recover. only $1.00. cars will leave the

Avon Products Inc. She Is covery. VA Hospital and all our sick drawing for the lucky ticket church at 3 p.m. We will beat

working In this capacity In order and shut-ins.A card or a phone for the trip to Nassau. pit 3, if you don't have ticket
to her self financially CHRISTIAN
ready NEW PROVIDENCE call will let them know that we Let us not forget the sick, you may get one on the beach.
for college this fall. One
I may contact Miss Everett and are still thinking about them. shut-ins members of bereaved FELLOWSHIPRev. Come one come all visitorsare

their order at the following Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor Parents please don't forgetto families, and the boys in the always welcome.Remem-
place
number 634- Arsula Edwards, reporterThe send your children out to Armed Services in your pray- P. S. Brown, pastorM. ber the sick and shut-ins and

telephone Trustee Board will ;Sunday School, at 9:30 a.m. L. Nixon, reporterThe those who have lost their love

1777 celebrate their anniversarythe Visitors arealwayswel- ers.Rev.. Paul Freeman, pastor Fashion Show planned ones.. Pray for peace In VietNam

Rev. J. E. Hendon, pastor fourth Sunday, August 25. 'come. Bessie Williams, reporter. for Aug. 11 is postponed until .

and entire congregation were Everyone is invited to attend August 18 for reasons beyondour

guests of Jordan Grove Baptist The Women's department of (GREATER NEW BETHELRev. control. Tickets are still DRAKE

Church, Rev.Cook,pastorat the Seaboard Baptist Association NEW MT. CALVARY being sold and the program remains -
Rev. J. W. Dunn pastor
the same. You are invited ,
last
its 11th Anniversary on is chartering a bus to the
W.K Smith pastor The Pastor's Aid Invites
Sunday afternoon. This event National Baptist Convention in Alice Rev. W. P. Tarpley,pastor to come to Bonded Col- you
Irving, reporter to attend their second anni-
was a great success. Rev. Atlanta, Georgia. The bus will Ernestine Hart, reporterThe lection Agency, Sunday at
Hendon delivered the mes- leave Monday, Sept. 2, at 6 Choir No. 1 Is sponsoring a No.1 Choir wish to 3 p.m. for a show of modern versary Sunday, August 18,
Tea, Saturday night at the 3:30 Sister
p.m. Berry presi-
,
thank the church and fashions.
sage. will arrive In Atlanta visiting
p.m. ,
|home of
Deacon and
Sister dent Is all membersand
choirs and friends for The BTU under the asking
Sept. 3 at 8:30 a.m. Anyone helpingto super-
,. On Thursday, August 15, at desires, to go may see Sister ,George Butler, 3031 NW 171 make their 24th Anniver- vision of Sister Maggie Scott friends to be present.Rev.C. .
7:30 p.m. the Laymen Groupof Terrace You are invited to W. Wade of St. Marks Bap-
Mary Francis White or Sister sary a successThequeenwasMrs cordially invites you to come
Mt. Tabor will sponsor with attend. Elsie out each at 5:45 tist Church will preach the an-
Sunday
Claudia Wilson of this church. Larkltn. Total p.m.
the aid of the Department of You also
are invited to attend
-
niversary sermon.
Those living Hollywood raised 575.41 Sister Ernes- and enjoy the programs pre-
Health Education a lecture entitled may the
\ No.Two Deaconess The
Scouts
s tine Hart president.The pared for enjoyment. Boy are grate-
) \ see Sister Essie B. Johnson your
: "Sex and the Family. or Sis. Leola McCoy. Round-i Board's Annual Tea Sunday, No.1 and 2 Choir are Sister Estelle Allen is at ful to all of you who bought dinners -
This event has been designedto from 4-6 in
the church
trip fare Is $30,00.Consecration p.m. sponsoring a picnic to State home from the hospital and in from them The Scouts
help our young people during (dining room. will not have a sale this week.
Park need of financial and
hour of prayer near Key West on Aug. physical
the formative years of their Usher Board 3 Is in
No. They will let know of their
will be held each Sunday morn- 17. You are welcome, but you assistance. Please rememberher you
: lives, yet young and old are Invited (charge of the Sunday School next
project.
and ing at 5 a.m. will have to have your own in this manner.
alike. Please attend Bible study beginningTuesday Auxiliary Class Sunday. transportation. Refreshmentsare Pray for all who are ill and Don't for get to visit and pray
invite others throughout ourcomm.1nity Don't forget the "One Dol- for the sick and
shut-ins. You
at free. If less fortunate than
7:30 desire to
p.m. Prayer service you go, you.
attend 1701 NW
to
lar or More" Drive being are invited to with
will follow. All membersare please call 691-4526 or 691- worship us

m 66th St. 4 urged to attend. Visitors sponsored by the Scholarship 4524, so that we can make a on Sunday.
Please continue to call and Committee which will termi-
and friends are welcome. way for you. We will leave at NEW BETHLEHEMRev.
visit our sick and bereaved nate on this Sunday. Let us do 5:30 CHRISTIAN SCIENCE"The
Continue in for a.m. Saturday.
prayer our our part to help send a deserving Lord God is and
-
members. a sun
Smith
C. H. pastor
.. sick, shut-ins and those who The No. 2 Usher Board Union ,
Christian to college. shield the Lord will
young give
:. are bereaved. will be held August 25, at Minnie Hunter reporter :
ST.JOHNRev. BTU Is held every Sunday at 3 p.m. Sister Roberta Smith, On the third Sunday at 3 p.m. grace and glory: no good thing

: 6:00 p.m. Prayer services are president. the church is invited to the will he withhold from them that

W. A. Curry, pastor GRACERev. held every Tuesday night. Sister Cooper is now in Mt. First Emanuel Baptist walk uprightly." These words

Our pastor has returned Sinai Hospital, after surgery Church, Rev. James Wright, from psalms are the Golden
W. F. Savoy pastorOn pastor to render services at Text of this week's Christian
,
after attending the school for FIRST EMANUEL now doing fine. Rm. 633,floor
rural and Urban pasiors at ITC Sunday, August 18,at the 6. 5770 NW 15th Ave. YWA. Science" Lesson-Sermon titled

11 a.m. service, special mus- Rev. J. E. Wright pastorWe The entire church is also "Soul.
in Atlanta, Ga., and the State Let us pray for the sick and
,' ; Tri meeting held on the cam- ic will be rendered by the Adult Invite you to worship shut-Ins. rendering services at Brown's Listen to "What Reachesthe

. pus of Edward-Waters Choir, interwoven with the with us each Sunday at the Chapel, August 23, beginning Problem Child?" on the

lege, in JacksonvUle."Home- sermon. You are invited to YMCA, 5770 NW 15th A ve,Be- at 8 p.m. Bible Speaks to You program,

t coming Day" will be observed bear this presentation, with ginning with Sunday School at NEW On August 31,Saturday nightat at 1:45: p.m. over radio station
MT. MORIAH
| Sunday when the women will Caleb Simper's arrangementof 10 a.m. and morning worshipat 8:30 p.m., there will be a WMBM.

( :. be In charge of the morning the Anthem, taken from the 1 1 a.m. evening worsip at Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor panel discussion, "The What's a picnic without potato -

> } service and the men will have text.Mrs. 7 p.m. Evelyn Soutei, reporterThe Twelve Keys" sponsoredby salad? Here's ajquick-

V I : { charge of the evening service. Susie Daniels is still You are also invited to worship pastor is asking the entire the Home Mission. Refresh- and-easy way to prepare this

> :, Sunday School begins at 9:30 in Hollywood Hospital, your with us this Sunday after- church to accompany him ments will be served. Sister summertime favorite. Mix together -

:I1: f. a.m. Tuesday evening at 5:30 prayers and cards will be ap- noon at 3 p.m. The Bethlehem August 23, at 8 p.m. to Rev. Mae W. Taylor, president. 1 jar Gerber Strained

> I* the junior church will meet. preciated. Baptist Church with Rev.C,H. 0., W. Foster In Hallandale. We urge you to continue Egg Yolks with 2 cups diced

> 8:15: p.m. regular class meeting Christian sympathy Is extended Smith, pastor incharge.Comeone Please pray for world making our church your choiceof boiled potatoes and 2 table-

l will be held. Friends are to the Roberts Familyin come all. Remember the peace. Visitors area 1 ways worship, for we are always spoons mayonnaise. Season to

: invited to attend. the loss of their brother. sick and shut-ins everywhere. welcome. happy to see your faces. taste.f" .

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I 15,000 Baptists To Meet In ..,


Fem.
Atlanta 1 res II

Sept. 3-8 .

When an expected 15,000 When Re
he
Negro Baptists arrive In At- earlier in the year was in in Atlanta is the Progressive Convention j

lanta for a September 3-8 con- tion for the convention prepara- with about 500,000 members A'1t

vention, they will receive a "Long before said, These three groups have a 1
heard
you the
welcome quite in contrast to slogan of 'black combined membership of
an earlier visit more than 20 the slogan power'we had more than 10 million membersout :
: 'Let us go from ( of
ago. a Negro population of .
years progress to production
The Baptists will be messengers One item expected 22 million), and the younger
discussed ;
children are not counted.
to the National Baptist at
length at this
con-
Convention, USA, Inc., com- vention will be the The National Baptist Convention -
purchase of
posed of more than 6 1/2 mil- the Natchez USA, Inc. supports a
Junior
College in
lion members, and will be In N ate h e z Sunday School publishing s
Mississippi from Board
the city for their annual meet- Southern in Nashville, Foreignand
Baptists in that state. Home Mission Boards In ,

ing.At Some of its messengers ques- Philadelphia, the American
their last convention in tion the Negro
convention's T
the city in 1946, the 3,000 mes- ability to assume the financial Baptist in Theological Seminary I
Nashville
sengers were forced to stay in load for the school Tennessee, and
,especially
owns a Bath House in Hot
homes and hold their meetings in the light of the convention'sstrong

solely in churches. stand on separation of Springs, Arkansas. '

This year they will use the church and state.A .

hotel facilities of the city, with pre Convention Musical MT. SINAI p rv : :

the Regency Hyatt House as will be presented at 8 p.m., :
headquarters. Sessions of the Sept. 3 at the Municipal Audi- Rev. C. Albury, pastor v r

general convention and the torium, including the Sons of Patricia Austin, reporter

auxiliary groups will be at the Jubal, a white male group,and If you haven't acted now, you {
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Municipal Auditorium, the Negro choirs and soloists. only have two more nights left a

Civic Center t Auditorium, Ticket sales for this musi- to attend the revival servicesat

churches and motels. cal Mt. Sinai Baptist, where F
are expected to help under- ;a f TI.
Many of the visiting Negro write some of the expenses of Rev. J. C. Coats, pastor of the

ministers will speak in white the convention. L. M. Terrlll, Glendale Baptist Church will

churches throughout the president of the General Mis- be the revivalist, at 7:30 p.m.
We welcome all visitors to
metropolitan area on the closing sionary Baptist Convention of F

Sunday of the week, Sep- Georgia, said"WehopewhiteChristians come and help us to nourish
their growth. Remember to
tember 8. '
wll buy blocks of
J. H. Jackson of Chicago, pray for our sick members.
tickets for this musical which Masons And Eastern Stars
of the convention
president will present Negro spiritualsand SOUTHDADEMiss
will highlight the meeting when I
other gospel music." Geraldine Y. Walkerof

all of the auxiliary groups skip Terri 11's convention,affiliated Perrine is now vacationingfor Convene In
ChicagoInternational
their sessions on Thursday to
with the national body, one week with her aunt,
hear him. At this single mass reports 4,000 churches and Lucy Moore in South River
meeting they will also elect Masons and Meeks TV Program "The ling along with others to represent -
than members New
officers for next more 500,000 ,a Jersey. Eastern Stars held their Su- Truth Tellers,"along with Dr. Florida since 1962
year. twelfth of the entire national Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Horton
The general sessions of the preme Convention at the Sher William V. Banks and Sir (4)) Lady Ellen White, Assoc.
and family of Perrine attended
convention will be held at the group. aton-Blackstone Hotel In Chicago Knight Earnest Sowell((2))Noble Matron of Lady Chatman 1#1
The National Mr. Horton's brothers funeral
Atlanta Municipal Auditorium Baptist Con- 111. July I 21-27.States Lady Annie M. Lenard, Opa-locka, ((5)Sister Ruby
vention, USA, Inc., traces its in Houston,Florida.They
of Arline 99
the bidding for next year's convention WM MelzIeColeman5rep- Parrott Mary #
will be
Layman's meeting origin to 1880 when were accompanied the Williams
representatives by -
at the Mount Sinai Baptist wereCalifornia, resented Fla. in the Fashion represent Lady IveyBanks
and fami-
met in Washington
Church, the Young People'sDepartment Montgomery, lies. Florida, Texas, and Michigan. Show wearing her original designed Nursing Guild of Miami. (6))
Alabama. 1895
In it attracteda
Florida thus Supreme Eastern Star Sister Fannie Simmons
will won, bringing gown a
meet at the
Tabernacle Baptist Church variety of Negro Baptist SBA ASSISTANCE AVAILABLE to Miami Beach next which received many compli- member of Supreme #4 also

Boulevard.The on groups in a merger move. TO RIOT VICTMS year. ments and was the toast of the attended the convention.Not .

Women's. Convention However, in 1915 a controversy Louie M. Barnett,acting re- Delegates from the Miami show. She also modeled other

gional director, announced area Noble fashions (3) Dt.Adgnoe Brad- shown are Noble
an auxiliary group to the National over a publishing boardin were: (1) Lady : :
Convention will meetat Nashville led to a split. At that Immediate steps are being Arline, Grand'Matron of Fla., shaw, WM of Mary'Arline #99 Thomas Montgomery, Grand

the Civic Center, Audi- that time the National Baptist taken assist those businessmen who received many outstand- also modeled to represent Fla. Master of Fla.; Sister Emma

torium, and it is expected to Convention ( unincorporated ) affected by civil distur- ing awards for her state. She She was wearing a white sequin Jones, of 1# 99; and Lady J.L.

attract 5,000 women. Presi- was organized, and today area.bances in the Greater Miami also was a guest on the Ed g o w D.She has been mod- Dixon of 119.

dent. of the Wnmon'o.. ..... .. rnuAn_ claims about three million
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Detroit, Michigan and a native Another convention broke I
of Shellman, Georgia. off from the Incorporatedgroup Garbage Workers Remain On StrikeDade

Jackson has been
a strong in recent years in pro-
advocate of the Negro's needto test of the tenure rules which
i unincorporated areas of Dade and then take
County's 582 garbageand over on uncom-
help himself in
his Improving allowed a president to be re- trash collectors refusedto County. The garbage and trash plete routes Patterson said,
position in U. S. society.
elected year after year. 'IbisI return to work Wednesdayafter routes cover 118,500 homes however, that the men were'

County Manager Porter and 5,200 business establish- paid overtime rates for such

he would not ments. work.
Homer told them
SCLC Holds 11th Annual meet with them. Among the complaints of the New garbage trucks are ex-

I Metro Mayor Chuck Hall, men was the fact that wornout pected to arrive in two or three

however, said that Homer as- equipment sometimes break weeks, he said, and additional

Meet In MemphisATLANTA sured him "there would be rKtcCLARANCE down. Workers then are askedto new equipment Is expected

normal garbage operations complete their own routes about Oct. 1.

Peo within five days." -- - --- 11 L h.
Ga. The for the continuing Poor
Southern Christian Leader- ple's Campaign, which was At 7:30 a.m. Tuesday, more

ship Conference (SCLC) will conceived and initiated by than 200 workers were wait- --,. -'- .
ing to meet with the County BEST NEWS STORYIN
mark a year of triumph}: and SCLC. PATTERSON
at the Dade
tragedy at its 11th Annual Con- Convention headquarterswill Commission
vention in Memphis, Tennessee be CME Headquarters County waste pit at 8801 NW . Department Head 1967That's

August 14-17, Dr. Ralph Building, 531 Parkway, Memphis superintendent 58th St. Clarance of waste Patterson col-, that the county and union are

David Abernathy, president, : Tennessee.
about 18 cents apart.
lection, addressed the group the award
announced. your community news-
said it doubtful
He
the public address sys- appears
over received last
week
to paper In competition with
will return
WHAT'S YOURPROBLEM that the men
In
the last twelve months,
the human rights organization ? tem.He restated the county's position work, but that he would con- dozens of other leading newspapers in the

lost itsfounding President,Dr. Talk With that on Oct. 1 the waste tinue trying to get the County nation.

Martin Luther King Jr.,who BISHOP TAYLORHe collectors will receive a five Commission to discuss the

was assassinated in Memphis per cent general pay increaseand problems. We, at The :Miami% I i Times, are mighty

April 4, but managed to carryon will help you that the county would pay Mayor Hall said that "one proud of this latest in a series of honors from

the Poor People's Cam- Advice three per cent of the employee way or another there will be the National Newspaper Publisher's Association.

paign and a variety of other Monty retirement Insurance. Six per no delay in garbage pick up -

programs for political, eco- PHONE 151 4827 cent of a man's earnings go during this long, hot summer -

nomic, and racial Justice. for this insurance.The ."
1080 NW 54TH STREET All of this
is
I
Tafel said he was unable to possible i though simply
AMERICAN SPIRITUAL men were orderly,but a
Highlights of the convention reach because help and
any Metro commissioner you gave your cooperationin
of sheriffs
will include the President's CHURCH INC. on group hand to avoid deputies recurrences was or Mayor Hall Monday, the I making this one of the leading weekly news-

Annual Report by Dr. Aber- of Monday's violence. day the wildcat strike began.He papers in the nation. We hope you continue to
nathy, an address by Mrs. told
the he would
men try read
Tafel of the
Lee president ,
King, workshops and authori- to attend
persuade them to the
State, County and MunicipalEmployes'
tative speakers on poverty in
but that ef-
mydressmaker meeting Tuesday,
local, told the men "
America, SCLC's semi-an- fort '
that Homer refused to meet failed. The .=
nual meet-
Board of Directors "
,He said Patterson would
with him "until the
ing and annual election of of- back to work.," men go deal with the problem of work- ,

ficers, and an evening black 6026 NW 7th venue ing conditions and that much
He said that wish-
man
Is any Miami
culture and art. The Board
had been made in a
New Exclusive ing to report for work shoulddo progress
expected to consider SCLC'sposition Ready to Wear three-hour meeting Monday.
so. None did, and after the
Issues
on candidates and Popular Prices "But only the Metro com-
meeting most left for home.
in the 1968 elections. Better dr..s n ad. to mission Times
can provide the
Alterations fastand Tafel said the county's proposal pay
The convention themeis measure.fr... (i ind f) : amounts to a raiseof raise," he said. I

"New Life for Poor People," about 17 cents an hour, and The strike affects only the 1 L R_

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C. Spear,Chairmanof pearing at the forum to pre-

the Democratic Executive sent their views should notifythe
By GENE GRIENER
Committee of Dade County,
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"LIFTING AND LEANING" will be held on Saturday morn- Committee of Dade County,
17 at 11:00 AM at
ing August :
There are two kind of people on earth today, the Dade County Commission 420 Lincoln Road, Miami I wish to express my sincere
Just two kinds of people, no more, I say. Chambers at the Dade County appreciation to everyone who
Beach, in writing, by Thurs-
elected me t the Governing
Not the good and the bad, for 'tis well understood Court House.
The good are half bad and the bad are half good. day, August 15, 1968 so that Board for the Model Cities

Not the happy and sad, for the swift-flying years The purpose of the forum is program.
Brlng'each man his laughter and each man his tears. to give Dade County Demo- the agenda may be prepared. GEORGE HEPBURN

Not the rich and the poor, for to count a man's wealth crats the opportunity toex-
o You must first know the state of his conscience and health. press their views concerningwhat I Open 7 Days-8 A.M. io 10 P.M.
Not the humble and proud, for In life's busy span should be contained in the
Who puts on vain airs is not counted a man. Democratic p I a tform which The Best For Less At
Nol The two kinds of people on earth I mean will be adopted at the Democratic '
Are the people who lift and the people who lean. National Convention in
Where ever you go you will find the world's masses Chicago later this month.
Are ever divided In lust these two classes.
And, strangely, enough, you will find, too, I wean, All persons desirous of ap-
There is only one lifter( to twenty who lean.
In which class are you? Are you easing the load
Of overtaxed lifters who toll down the road? '
Or are you a leaner who lets others bear
Your portion of worry and labor and care?
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TALK OF THE TOWN . The "Big Party' at theLong > .r
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Island home of Mrs. Elizabeth Daniels ((118-18 199th Street, i
St. Albans NY) last week-end In honor of Rev. Jessie Fennell,
(New Hope Baptist Church) of St. Petersburg, Florida. Rev. } + j +lrs
Fennell and his sister,"Honey" InNewYorkon a three weeks
vacation. Mrs. "Liz" Daniels Is a very good friend of Charles
North (Travel Agency) and Stanley SweetlngMlaml Times reporter aThe
also a cousin of Noble Williams of _
) Dania, Fla. . Earl "'J'
Culmer (former tailor and best dressed man of Miami) on Board of County Com-
Lenox Ave., Harlem, looking just fine,but he did Inform me of missioners o f MetropolitanDade
an operation he must undergo soon.Earl Is the owner-prop, of County, Florida, recently -
the Dukes' Bar on Bergen Street In Newark, New Jersey. You appointed Nathaniel
can call him at (phone No.) 865-8628 . Louise "Poney" Dean to the Metro Personnel
Williams, vacationing In Brookline Mass..Grace Lee Smith Advisory Board. s
and her daughter Kirklyn at Small's paradise Friday night, Dean is the first Negro ever r" rP R s j wr.wr.1 ty 4' .r 'F', i
"partying" . Eddie Bethel (my lU'bro' ) at Count Basie's, appointed to the board. .e+
Saturday night digging Willie Bobo's Band. . Joseph (W' 'This marks another step
Joey ) Bowles (boy genius and winner of the mechanical tro forward toward better com- ALABAMA STATE QUEENS RELAX

phy of Brownsville Jr. Hi' school'67)son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph munity relations," said Metro The official Royalty of Alabama State College found time out from their
"Henry" Bowles of 2124 NW 47th Ter., returning to Mi- Commissioner EarlM. \
ami, Friday after a wonderful vacation In New York city. While Sta r n e s, who nominated summer studies and exams t engage in a cool swim in the College Pool.
In New York, Joey visited the SDA Temple Church on Lewis Dean to the five-member The trio of beauties areCynthia Moore, "Miss Alabama State" for 1968-

Ave., Brooklyn. board. 69; Pamela Renee Lover of San Francisco and Joann Morgan of Montgomery,
..,. Dean, 42, has been active in
attendants
local political affairs and is to Cynthia.
maintenance manager at the Cynthia Moore, the newly elected "Miss Alabama State" from Mobile will

Ferre Boulvard.Building, 100 Biscayne be crowned September 20 in formal Comation Ceremonies in the College Arena-

t' a He also Is a member of the Auditorium proceeding the season's opening football game with Savannah State

Economic Opportunity Pro- College in Georgia.Million .
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WHERE DEATH END AND BEGAN . Mrs. Ted Miller :
(she's the former Margie Lowe of Brownsville) Is dead at 42.

Death came to her In a coma at Jackson Memorial Hospital r .\.. { < s
during the weekend. A pioneer of Miami, she has done a
great amount of social and charity work in the community. % K
The late Margie Lowe Miller was well known and loved by the :
people. To the family we say, "we loved her madly, we mourn I.
her sadly, we'll miss her badly, but we will speak of her glad

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ROUND ABOUT TALK AND SOUL MUSIC SURVEY. .,Ed-
ward Lyons and his son Jerome, 17, Ft. George Hill, NYC., k 1f'
Is in Miami visiting with relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lee 4 .}
Cammons of 3270 NW 210th Ter. (Mrs. Cammons is the for-

mer Thelma Smart . Lona Mae Glenn, the "Foxxy Georgia Y KL
babe" dedicating, Gladys Knght and the Pips, (new hit) "It ya t s 3 ft
Should Have Been Me" t o JImmie Murray, 3261 NW 213th
Street. Lona Is in New York having a ball . She said, 'And
baby makes three' . This is Scoop Bethel saying, time and ,
tide waits for no man. CUNXWK.Northeast .



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Bahamian Craig Flowershas In Los Angeles, California,
been hired as a pilot for he got his flight engineers rat- !! ff:4
Northeast A I r lines and be- Ing on DC6's and Boeing 707
comes the first Negro to bold aircraft at the ProfessionalAir
this position with the company.He Training School and since f4
was taken on'by the air- then has compiled 750 hours of _
line In Boston Tuesday and will flight time.Schooled.
leave for there August 1 for a at the Western
three-month training course. Senior School and the Nassau I[

Expected to begin flying the Technical College in Nassau i / .A ; I
Utilities "--
Engi-
Boston-Montreal run in about and Chicago's
four months, Mr.Flowers said neering Institute, Mr. Flow- i' 4

yesterday that he was "thril- ers received an engineering .'.... :.., ,
led" with the new appointment. science diploma and a diesel : ; : .
electrical engineers diploma : ;::
"Northeast is a relatively \
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before flying.He
taking up :::
young company employing only was employed with the : .
about 500 pilots. It will be a .''' : ; ; : _
great help to me that will begin Bahamas ElectricityCorporation .r( : .:;
before i
for two years
working for them at this
with BahamasAirways. vj
working
early stage as it will give mea : 1.
chance to develop with the .
A letter from Premier Lyn-

company a second,"he said officer yesterday.As the 26-. den him Pindllng a "very to Northeast high recom-giving Dollar Oil Man: George DixonGeorge

year-old Mr. Flowers will begin mendation" may have helpedIn
flying Boeing 727 aircraft. his efforts to gain employ-

Originally trained as a die- ment with the airline. Dixon is a successful American Oil As George says, "They're long but happy
sel interested also said
engineer, he first got The young pilot
in flying while work- that he may be flying between Dealer. His success comes because of the hours because I like to meet my customers...
ing as a maintenance man for Boston and Nassau "within a way he uses the million dollars in equipment, they're my neighbors and friends."

Bahamas Airways at Windsor year." facilities and products American Oil has put
One good dealer doesn'tmake
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Field. scored
Northeast Airlines in his hands.
From then on it was hard another first recently when it an oil.company great
work as\\ Mr. Flowers took became the first major air- He makes them work fo. his customersandtheir ...but, 29,000 good ones do.AMERICAN
flight training courses in both line to engage the services ofa cars are better for it.
Miami and Los Angeles for 3 Negro public relations firmas '. ,, ,. j{
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a consultant. Public Rela- ", .
years. .,' '. ; (
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Enterprises, Inc. of : : -
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received his : """ '
license and multi-en- which Frederick S. Weaver is p : You expect more from American and you gt it.*

gined rating from Miami's president, was retained on
flight Safety School. June I, 1968. American Oil) Company TrademarkI





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28 THE MIAMI TIMES, FRIDAY, ;

1 Lee Elder Wins $12,187In r
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American Golf Classic


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I' JP01RT$ AKRON, Ohio- Jack Nick-
laus sank three pressure putts
us s I3(377
: _.. I and finally shook off stubborn idV ANATFOR TFVNISNA3
Lee Elder on the fifth hole ofa aEFAI l 013TFA'ED6Y
.; I BY HARRY SPEAR sudden death playoff Sunday L _,tr nv FLAY'cEL Of-
'capping a dramatic victory in
the $125,000 American Golf :rlVNOM'
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c: DOLPHINS PLAY FOR CHARITY Classic.

The finish of the marathon .
"; This coming Saturday, August 17, the Dolphins play the $ r,
playoff came on the 390-yard
: Eagle's for The Miami Herald Crippled Children's Benefit,' }
17th hole the Firestone
I where they expect 50,000 in attendance, this is for a great on 1 h M
Club Nick-
: cause. Country course.
After hearing Bob Gallagher and Henry Barrow over WIOD, laus calmly rolled in a 10-foot
t the Dolphins look to be greatly improved.Bob and Henry did a putt for a birdie.
: great Job discribing the play by play. Gallagher who does Elder, the 100yearprotrom \
sports for Channel 4 and a former football star, tells me the Washington, D. C., playingI
Dolphins are going to surprise everyone this year, he had I only his first year on the tour, '
.. special mention for some of the rookies,such as Dick Ander- barely missed dropping a 30-
t son, Larry Csonka, Doug Crusan, Randall Edmunds, Eugene i footer that would have given
Milton and Manuel Fernandez. All these rookies show great: him a birdie. Elder's putt rolled
promise, as a rule this has to be seen. We all know the Dolphins Just to the left of the hole.
., : played a great game, Buffalo had a game under their Nicklaus, Elder and Frank feet for a par four while Elder .. ,_644A'w 6 !'
.. belt when they beat Detroit, who in turn,beat the Eagles, Sun- Beard finished 72holesateven two-putted from five feet for ; q Uri M .CtM_
day by day the way,playing with the Eagles this Sunday,will DO the! par 280, forcing three-way his par.
Heisman Trophy: winner in 1963, John Huarte, Notre Dame playoff. Both golfers two-putted the
quarterback drafted by the Jet's for $250,000 along with Joe! Beard, 29, dropped out on third hole, and Elder sank a
Nametb, they taxied John, and later, traded him to the Boston i the first extra hole, played on five-footer on the fourth to ? r4j
Patriots, they released him, then signed by the Eagles as a the monster 625-yard No. 16. stay alive.It J.v ,1 AN ASNE3,9244)ONE' ()F:7a"Il OFA/E,
tree agent, this is why I say, time has to tell with these He finished with a par while was the first Classic vic- rPK"'KE "IM""FIN
rookies. Coach George Wilson, Sr., says there will be no cut Nicklaus and Elder birdied the tory for Nicklaus and the$25- .4 JTAR mE wain-IND of TNE u.S.PA .
this week, he and his coaches still have to take a good look at bole. 000 Jackpot raised his 1968 VAS ctP SAM,"
' ;. them, one game isn't enough for them decide on, they have Elder applied the pressure winnings to $120,488.
.<. a few players to cut from the roster and don't want to make any when he rolled in a 25-footer Elder and Beard each pick-
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mistakes. For reservations for Sunday's game call Jack Mc- on the first playoff hole, but ed up $12,187.50.Elder .
".' Gowan, 377-0738 or Charlie Gesino, 379-1851.Let's see if wet the blond slugger matched the the 1963 Negro golfer W
3 t; can't have a sell out, I know I am being skeptical, well that's shot from 15 feet. of the year, lost his chance ;; b
*< the way it goes with me. See you all at the game Sunday. Good On the second playoff hole, when he hit into a bunker and
.*:;: luck and good health to all. Nicklaus rolled one in from 30 took a bogie on the 18th hole.

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4 Dade County YoungstersTo
',.' At the time of writing my column, the Marlins are leading
,*;', the Eastern Division by 7 1/2 games.With 117 games played, a.
,. 4 they have won 69 lost 48,which is a tremendous average, with
I', all the double headers they played. Tbeyhiye managed to keep Participate In U.S.
4' their heads above water. A good deal of credit goes to the en- r
-: tire team forthelrgreat spirit and team work. It takes a whole x t _

'. team to win ball games, that's why they are leading the league, Youth Games _ _
also the spirit of the fans, by encouraging them all through
the season. I have been Informed that with all the rain outs, Funds have been approved Ave. Attached is a list of the
fc the Marlins,have had the best attendance in the league. It's by Mayor Chuck Hall and the children qualified to participate -
/' , about time they had winning ball club.Now there Is talk about Board of County Commission in the basketball, bowl- NASSAU, BAHAMAS. Among recent vacationers at Nassau's
; triple "A" ball for next year, to me, I think there is to much ers to send 72 boys and girls, ing, track and field events to elegant landmark hotel -"*Sheraton-British Colonial-were I
; dog racing to draw the crowds. We have triple "A" ball here, ages 10 15, and 8 adult be held in St. Louis during the (left) Mrs. W.F. Butler of 1150 N.W. 66th Street, Miami, and
and good clubs, what happened, the same old faces showed up. coaches to the United States four day national spqrts event. mrs. W.F. Jennings of 1140 N.W. 66th Street, Miami, I
This year would have been a banner season for attendance if it Youth Games in St.Louis,August
wasn't for the rain outs, Stan Martin who I wrote about last 22 25.

week is leading the team with a batting average of 293. The The United States Youth .. ";." .. ,. . .
; : !- 0 or : '
; ,* . r .tf"Y \ ) ., t -, .K ii9 4
; runner up is Larry Johnson with 281 The / JfiY rMn C..P .
pitchers Games
averages, were originated by Mayor '.'" 1 s ,s 'J ''f ',': ''. "
I Mike Herson, 5.1j; Vaughn Kovach, 7.2; Tony Sebastian, 10.9, Lindsey of New York.Under k t ;Jt.l<. ,' \
has lost some tough games; Jose Geigel,3.1;and Tom Walke, the sponsorship of the yc'. ._ _
5.2; not bad averages This coming Sunday,August, the news American Machinery and
media, radio, and TV personal play the bunny'sbefore the Foundry Corporation and Old
regular game,it starts at 6 p.m.this should be fun. This weeks London Foods, Inc., the first ,.. I $1A
schedule: Sunday-Monday, Marlins vs Leesburg, Tuesdayand United States YouthGames
Wednesday, Marlins vs League Leaders of the Western Divi- Competition was conducted by
sion, Tampa. the City of New York, in New' 8 t r

York City during August, 1967.
: DOLPHIN GAME ON CHANNEL 7 FRIDAY The games were conceived as

a vehicle to stimulate summer '
Channel 7 will again telecast to South Florida fans all the recreation programs, to aid ,
;',; color, excitement and football thrills of the Miami Dolphins, the youth of our urban centers 'I11" \
{! plus a full line-up of American Football League games this and to bring together young f +
t year. The Dolphins meet the Boston patriots in Jacksonville's sters from all parts of the ; '

i: 'Gator Bowl' Friday_night, August 23 . with WCKT Sports country in friendly competition.
Director Joe Croghan announcing all the play-by-play action The games are patterned ;
) v> . starting at 8 pm. A special half-hour sports show . after the Olympics and the
fi with Dolphin Football highlights immediately precedes the athletes compete in three
;, game. r Fy
sports; basketball, bowling,
I' Most regular season AFL games on Channel 7 will be tele- and track and field. Last year
;; vised in color on Sunday afternoons with thirteen doubleheaders youths from twelve cities and
:t': on the season's schedule. Kick-off time for the first half Puerto Rico participated in y
<< of these double-headers is 1:30 p.m. with the second game of these events. This year 27
:J:. the day starting at 4 p.m. In addition to special Thanksgiving major metropolitan areas will
Day games, WCKT will telecast two Saturday games, one Monday be represented and will co.m- 6
;I i night game and the first contest of the regular season, Fri- .
> day night September 6 when the Cincinnati pete.A
\ Bengals meet the luncheon, sponsored by
\. San Diego Chargers. WTVJ-TV Channel 4 will beheld
Post-season classics will include the AFL Championship for the young people on
;' game on December 29, and the AFL All-Star game on January August 15 at 12 noon at Toby's
19.
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MIAMI TIMES. FRIDAY. AUGUST 16, 1968 _


I I Negro'LaWyers Cheer LBJ Speech On Racial Gains I I


WASHINGTON, D.C. (SpecialPresident) Lyndon B. In the past two years,more Negroes and other nonwhitesrose That is why Negroes today all over America seek parity
Johnson won a rousing, standing ovation from the nation's above poverty than in the previous six years com- -quite properly; parity of income,snrity of employment, .
Negro lawyers Thursday as he outlined recent Negro ad- bined. of housing of education;parity in the right to participate

vancement at the annual banquet of the National Bar Association Now, you may be asking some questions: -- What is the in their own communities.
in convention here. President trying to prove?- Is he unaware of the grim The America I see tonight is not a sick society--but a
The President cited the record and declared: "We will conditions of life in black America? > troubled, restless people, yearning to solve their
match our record with any peopleany time in history." My friends, I am only too deeply aware of those con- problems. We are a nation of doers, not of doubters. We
The President said much remained to be done but closedon ditions tonight. I cannot Ignore them. It has been my con- will match our r e cor d with any people -- any time in

a note of high confidence when he told the cheering stant purpose during the past five years to change those history.
lawyers: "I know that Americans, black and white, will conditions. But tonight think is is Important, in the midstof The question we all face, black and white, is this:
prove they can be real soul brothers." deep concern about our difficulties, to putall the factsIn Are we ready to get on with the Job' Are we ready to
The text of the President's speech follows: perspective. I think it is important for the white American show n black and white -- that we can live together and-?!
"Yesterday, along with my Cabinet, I heard a fasci- to see his Negro neighbor in some light other than the build together a land of spacious liberty and ample opportunity
nating report about what is really happening in America glare of crisis. ?
today. The report came from document entitled The facts, I think, hold three lessons: First: This is a The facts say we can. I believe we can.I .
Trends in Social and Economic Conditions of Negroes in time for black Americans to be proud of their achieve-
the United States." (The government,you know, is famous ments; proud of their great progress. know that Americans, black and white,will prove they
for these catchy titles.) The facts tell a story of hundreds of thousands of men can be real soul brothers. With that knowledge behind us,

What we heard was a remarkable story. Tonight, I want working to qualify for better Jobs--and succeeding.The let us now move on.Johnny .
to share It with you and the American people. facts show that the typical Negro America today
The report we heard does not say that everything is --the typical Negro -- is a hardworking citizen, eagerto
wonderful for black people, or that they never had it so take his full place In American life: deeply concerned
good. The report does not attempt to gloss over the gap about the education of his children; determined to have Lee Real Estate
that still separates white and black in this Nation. That for them a safe and decent environment.The .
gap does exist--and it is wide. facts, I think hold three lessons: First: This is a
But what we heard gives clear evidence that our societyis time for black Americans to be proud of their achieve- 190 NW. 54 ST. 158-9921

on the move--that the gap is narrowing--that the ments; proud of their great progress.The BRAND NEW CBS HOMES .
midst of crisis, encouraging changes are taking place. facts tell a story of millions of mothers and fathers
Almost unnoticed, large numbers American Negroes, working to qualify for better jobs -- and succeeding.The 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH Tile roof all elec-
for the first time in our history, have begun to enter the facts tell a story of millions of mothers and fathers trict kitchen-walkin closets. Full price $15-
middle class. Almost unheard of large numbers of blackAmericancitizensdramatically hard to their children education that
working give more 000, only 10% down. Only two left, hurry.
large numbers -- are
had.
breaking the old fetters of poverty and deprivation.This they The facts tell a story of hundreds of thousands of men FHA & VA Resales for sale $100.00 down to

remarkable story is told in statistics--in numbers working to qualify for better Jobs -- and succeeding.The veterans and displaced persons with 221 cert.
which represent people. facts show enormous achievement against enormous -
Fact Number 1; The median income in America today odds.
Is a little over$8,000.1962,only 13% of Negro families "
We hear a great deal today about"Black Pride. Cer-
in America earned $8,000 a year. But last year, the per-
tainly this data gives ample cause for black Pride n and
centage of Negroes at that income level had doubled--to
for white pride, too, In what Negroes are accomplishing.The CARLTON REALTY
27%. Outside the South add 10 that
you can % means 37% of
second lesson is this: That our great social pro
Negro families now earn $8,000 a year or more. grams of the past five years, are working-- and workingwell. 30T4 NW 79 STREET (Broker)
Fact Number 2: Let's look at the numbers in education:
I can't think of more Important message for America
finished In 1960, only 36 percent of all young Negro men had tonight: it worksl! Six million Americans,black and white, 693-4772 n, CALL 635 -3177
high school. The typical did not com
young Negro
up from poverty In the past two years: it works!
plete his junior year. Today he finishes school and
high I hope, in this political year,that all those who have opposed CLOSED SUNDAYS UNTIL AFTER LABOR DAY
,goes beyond. Today, six out of ten finish school--
high 3 Bdrm 1 Bath Fenced Bar-B-Q
these laws -- all the nay-savers the stand-patters FHA-CBS ,
nearly double the 1960 rate--and the rate is still climbing
fast. and poohpoohersIhope that they-will study this report Lrg K. Din. Rm, Util Rm, Carpt, Sprinklers

Fact Number 3: Let's look at jobs. In 1960, there were and learn its lessons. $14,950.00$450.00- $125.00 Mo. pays all
The third lesson is this Because we know our system
:
329,000 Negro and other non-whites' m.pl 1 o y e d in professional works--because so much has been accomplished now FHA-CBS 3 Bdrm, 2 Bath, LR, Fla. Rm., K.,
and technical jobs. By last year,that number too must finish what remains undone. Din. Rm, Gar, Screened Patio, Exclusive area
had almost doubled -- to teachers
529,000
; lawyers, Tonight, too many Negroes America still live in bad $20,500.00-$1,675.00 Dn. $166.00 Mo.
doctors, clergyman and other highly trained workers. pays
Ja housing; earn meager wages -- or no wages;suffer from all
And what is true for
Negro professionals is also true
NO QUALIFYING
at bad health and bad education -- because they are black.
craftsmen another and level--among semi-skilled white-collar workers, skilled The gap between Negro and white Income has narrowed.But 2 Bdrm, 1 Bath, LR, Fla. Rm, K., Din. area,

first time,in history, there were workers.significantly Last year, for more the still Negro income is only three-fifths of white in- Cpt, Fenced Vynl Firs, CBS 8775.00

Negroes in these good jobs than in menial, low-paying come. $1,000 DN. '$69.00 Mo.
Tonight a Negro is three times as likely to be as
jobs. poor
his white neighbor. 2 Bdrm, 1 Bath LR, K, Din. area, Ut Rm,

year Fact alone Number, one 4:million What about Negroes the figures and other on poverty non-whites? Last In America tonight, a Negro is twice as likely to be unemployed Cpt, Porch, Stove, Refrig, Tile Rf, Vynl Firs,

lifted themselves above the poverty line. That is the as his white neighborheis; threetimesaslikely CBS $10,850.00 $1,000.00 Dn. $70.00 Mo.
largest exodus from to live In a broken down house.And his baby is three timesas
poverty that has ever been recorded. pays
likely to die in infancy. all.WE
HAVE MANY MORE CHOICES


I Stories Differ In Bus Driver Slaying ,


Controversy is surroundingthe of last week's racial violence. Sherlff'sspokesmensaidthe Williams, they said, '"was ; King Really Inc. of Miami
fatal shooting of a Metro Sheriffs deputies said the witness pointed from a dis- standing In front of the other ,
bus driver early Tuesday by incident began about 1 a.m. in tance to the man with the gun man when deputies approached "Klng Size Buy."REAL TORS 8000 NW 7th
two sheriffs deputies who said one of the small apartment standing with a group of other with the halt order. Three of DADE COUNTY Ave,
the man whirled around to face units where a dice game was in men near apartment. The the men stopped,the other man KINGDOM ISOUR _
them holding another,man's progress with Williams and deputies walked over near the backed up and Williams, between -
sawed-off shotgun about five other participants group of Negroes with guns the officers and another I CALL
Police and witnesses con- The apartment's lights went and ordered them to freeze. man, whir led around, they I 693-236 I
fict on what really happened. out a witness said, and by the Williams allegedly whirled said.
Police said Johnnie L, time the power was restored, around and the deputies saw "He didn't have the shotgun
Williams, 35, of 2304 NW 99th all the money in the pot had the shotgun. He was hit in the one of the witnesses said, "the
Terr., was hit by a .38 caliber disappeared. left shoulder and right side. other man did." The gun was J1.Ii.r-
bullet from one deputy's gun One player left the apart- He died enroute to the hospital. found eight feet from where -
and a blast from another of- ment to find a policeman and Several persons who said Williams fell after the shotgun
:: fleer's shotgun. came back with two unidentified they witnessed the shooting blast. '
'1 The incident occourredoutside deputies. He told the deputies contended, however, that Wil- Williams, married and the ,
t. of a one-story apartment he bad been robbed anda liams did not have possessionof father of three children, has WATERFRONT POOL HOME
house at NW 60th Street and man with a shotgun had been the shotgun, but rather had been an MTA bus driver since 1011 NW 81 STREET
21st Avenue, near the scene responsible. the gun before and at the time. March, 1965.
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CBS, terrazzo floors, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, terrazzo floors, carport.

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ST. 2180 NW 155 TERRACE

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beautiful home with income
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15 WORDS OR LESS $1.50. 5 FOR EACH GIANT
DEADLINE FOR ADDITIONAL WORD I Uncle Tom Are DeadBy FORD
CLASSIFIED
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- SAY'S HERE'S MY
K"JII'. .
FOR SALE FOR SALE Irv BetrockA RED-HOT

Full price $2400. Tiny down! 9622 NW 25th Ave. Magnifi- meat New building $90 month famous Negro-saying goes like this:

Duplex! Inquire 49 NW 34th cent 2 bedroom each side,CBS plus security. 759-8779. Fen-' CAR DEALS

St. 371-6990. (Ag. 23)) duplex, tremendous screened ster Realty (Broker). "If you're white, you're right, Open Monday thru Friday
patio wigh 17 If you're brown, stick around,
x 35 foot pool. 8i30 10 p.m.
LAKEFRONTCBS Wall to wall carpets, built-in Furnished room Inprlvate If you're black, stay back," Open Saturday 8:30-6 p.m.

3 bedroom 1 bath. Well range and oven, refrigerators, home for man. Call 696-4058. OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY
kept lawn. Fish, swim. Fur- air-conditioned, heat, car- Numerous Negroes have yet to believe---deep within their FROM NOW ON
nished. $15,500 regular,$16- port, total price$25,000.Owner 1 bedroom house 2974 NW 58 hearts---that they are free men. Many of them are unable to
Owner 696-2240. will take back purge their hearts and minds of the sense of inferiorty the
500 FHA entire mort- St. Adults only. Phone for ap-
sense of impotency,that is keeping them In a cube of darkness. if.?. BIRO;
175 NW 68th STREET gage, we can tailor down pay- pointment 691-2720.
ment to Their indentity, stolen when they were kidnapped from their
DUPLEX.Tile Roof your budget, don't
hardwood MODERN floors, jalousie win- miss this exceptional oppor- Large front room for working homeland and transported thousands of miles across land and \tiU i>awfcf :& faculty

dows appliances for both apts. tunity. Aetna Realty (Broker), woman, rent Is reasonable. water, has yet to be redeemed, accepted, and embraced. The Cpnd. fofltfftd with cxlrail
,
811 4758 central pro b el e m of the Negro today Is to rediscover his
NW 54th
Owner St., Ph.757-5724 NW 21st Avenue.
Close to everything. Identity. What history suggests Is that when the Negro solves $3395
Open 7 days.
deal FHA take-
ready to or his problem of Identity, he will have gone a long way toward
over mortgage. TUBIN, Real- the of himself to other American
BEAUTY SHOP finding means relating every '68
CHEVROLET
Room in
tors. 7906 NW 7th Ave. Ph. a nice location at a
(2 chairs) plus 2 rental units, bus stop. Telephone 691-7034 group. Custom 2 dr. hardtopfull
691-4785. excellent money maker. New The contributions of the black men started from the very be- and Fact. AirCond

area, perfect location. Plentyof Nice room in private home for ginning. Authropologists, archeologists, and Paleontolglsts;: power ,-
8791 NW 25th Avenue parking run from streetto responsible business workingman. believe that human life first started In Africa,therefore mak- loaded with extras

3 BEDROOM CBS, FLORIDA street. Drive by 1778 NW 6348244. Ing Africa's first contribution man himself. It Is clear that very low mileage (Special) .
room, utility room, air-con- 95th Street. Then call us for black men played a far greater role In the civilization of an- $2995
ditioner, stove and refrigerator. all Information. Feaster tiquity than historians give them credit for.
Room for man or lady In nice I
Large corner lot. FHA Realty (Broker) 759-8779. neighborhood conveniently lo There Is no doubt that black men played a significant role '88 LEMAKSp
Price $15,500. $500 down in Egyptian civilization from its very beginning.The Egyptian
month. TUBIN Real- cated. Cooking privileges and $ CtWj><&>. .- Ml power
$103.57 artists depicted themselves as black, reddisth-brown, or
Duplex. Large 2 bedroom on reasonable priced. To see call '
tors. 7906 NW 7th Ave. 691- each side. A beauty. Nice lo- NE 5-4805. yellow. The white skinned figures were usually represented as art a 'Ffl'fct Air. Co/id,

4785. cation. FHA $17,500. Don't foreigners or slaves. Herodotus described the fifth century yijiy] Tpp| $,000tactuarmiles.

B.C. Egyptians as "black and curly haired". Furthermore the .
miss this one, tremendous Store at 2967 NW 62ndSt. Zone :
HOME & INCOME 2 Bed- bibical Itself shows that the ancient
value. Drive by 820 NW 60th B-3. $75 per month. Call at language clearly people $3235
room CBS. With efficiency apt. Street. Then call us. Fenster 624-3829. First and last mon- viewed Egypt as a black society.
Fully furnished, fenced yard. Realty(Broker) 759-8779. th's rent. There are two possible reasons for the decline of Africa's "66 LEMANS
Walk to 7th Ave. FHA price role In world progress according to the eminent Oxford anthropologist full &
Spt. Cpe.
(Ag. 30) power
$14,000 $450 down. $97.01mo. OPA-LOCKA BEAUTY L.S.B. Leaky. The frist was the ex pas Ion of thede-
Fact. Air. Cond. bucket
TUBIN Realtors, 7906 3 bedroom FHA home. Total cert which cut Africa off from the rest of the world, the second ,

NW 7th Ave. 691-4785. price $10,000 $100 down to HELP WANTED belgn the African climate with its prevalence of diseases. seats etc. (Loaded).

veteran others $250 down. Although Africa has lost its leadership It did not sink Into $2195
BUSINESS PROPERTY Monthly payments only $68 Insurance salesman. Full or savagery and barbarism.Negro cultures flourished In West and
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Commercial C-5 large store plus taxes and Insurance. parttime. Be your own boss. Central Africa, and on the Eastern coast until the ninteenth 65 010$

plus 2 furnished deluxe air- Drive by, 15740 NW 159th St. Career opportunity. Great fu- century. Knowledge of these societies disappeared In modern

conditioners. 4 room apart- Rd. then call us. Fenster Real- ture. 7545568. times because black Africa has no written history,and our lit- tpp fully Fact

ments. Rear parking, reducedto ty(Broker) 7598779.NO erate age tends to assume that the absence of a written record ped (like new).
Elderly lady to live in take
$26,000. 6% mortgage. 510
means and absence of anything.worth, recording.It .
care four children. Responsible $1995
NW 54th St. Owner on premises -
QUALIFYING clear need not feel ashamed of their
for house. 1053 NW 63rd St. seems that Negroes
751-5171.
2 units on one lot. Front 3 bed- 754-1119. race on account of its past. It Is not a question as to whetherthe
rooms; rear 2 bedrooms good past African cultures were actually "better" or"worse"that '66 PLYMOUTH

161 NW 68th Street. A special Income property or you can Girl with some knowledge 0: white cultures, but the fact that black men can be proud Fury. Full power, factory 411
for and 221
deal veterans -
people live rent free. Total price
filing willing to learn: selling that their ancestors have contributed to human progress,and Air save save saveCbrpnef
only. Gorgeous two bed- ,
$11,000. down payment$1,500.,-also In store. Phone 754-5401 that they have created and maintained societies of the highest
room, bak floors, 'carport, One mortgage. E a s y pay order.
Fla. room. FHA $13,300. No ments. A good deal. Show by .. ,
closing cost. Total down payment appointment only. Fenster Cafeteria baker. Good pay, American Negroes have been fromed by America, not by u66 D'O.DGE

$550. Monthly $88.04. Realty (Broker) 7598779.NO good hours. Call 661 -'131= Africa. True, Africa gave them their color,America gave QftSp*, M, Top

This doll house will not be them their culture and their personality. Although the central fuPwef! & Fatt.'bucfc: *

available long. Bring your deposit QUALIFYING TRUCK DRIVER fact in Negro history is slavery,Negroes must learn to acceptit seats, etc.:
today seller all 5 week. to help explain in part their present dilemma. If the
pays 3 bedroom nice home. Re- permanent Job day .$ S'AV E $
closing cost. Aetna Realty quires a good down payment High school graduate. Chauf- Negroes can only understand why they are what they are, can

(Broker), 811 NW 54th St. Ph. with monthly payments only feur license. Automatic in- they change what they are. '64 GRAND

757-5724. Open 7 days. $84 includes everything.Drive creases. Apply McKesson and As Camus said," We are all condemned to live together," Priz- fully power & Fact

by 1083 NW 76th St. Call us Robbins, 7455 NE 2nd Ave. and how we all live together--white and tlack--w11l determinethe Air. Cond. bucket seatsa
DELUXE DUPLEXFHA Fenster Realty (Broker) 759- future course of American history.We are living In an age ,
terms, $18,000 $800 8779. Mature man or woman, to where racial disturbances are an everyday occurence, where ( real jewel)

down, this is a custom built 2 counsel, Interview and regis- certain Negroes are striving to acquire an Identity, through $1595

bedroom each side, in best 3 bedroom, 2 bath beauty In ter students. Earn $100$200 rioting and killing, trying to bring light upon the problems of '64 ,CADILACConvertible I I

are a. Live well, rent free. North Shore area. Hardwood per week. Here Is your oppor- Negro Inequality, prejudices, poor education,disease, famine, Ml;,jed QWtt
Only 8 years old. Tile roof, floors, garage. 75 x 100 lot; tunity to do a good service and frustrations, and death. .
& Atr. Cond', ;Uood.i
don't miss this. Call anytime.A. beautiful landscape. FHA or assure yourself a good in- James Baldwin says that "Aunt .Jemina and Uncle Tom are i Fact

Ben-Kori, Realtor 759- conventional Drive by 1120 come. Come in or call for ap dead." The new Negro, Is one that might never step in a cotton ,!Witrexfras: :" ).

2425. NW 89th St. Then call us for pointment. ALPHA SCHOOL, patch or tobacco field, one that is educated and skilled, one that $1$95 .
-
all information. Feaster 139 NE 54th St. PL 8-0502. is well dressed and adjusted to today's society with and under '

OUR BEST BUY Realty (Broker) 759-8779. standing of the past, one that Is Interested In making Americaa 64 LINCOLN

Total price $8500, with only Beautician wanted. Part-time better place for all to live. The new Negro, forcing the past Continental Convertiblefull

$300 down and $90 a month CUSTOM BUILT-DUPLEX work. Salary offered. Apply into oblivion, the present into transposition the future into power Fact Air.
pays all for only 15 years. DUPLEX Thursday, Friday, Saturday at parity. Con a1. (Loaded with ex,
large 2 bedroom, 1 bath home Income for your queen too! 9110 NW 17th Ave. (Indef) tras.)

with large eat-in kitchen, and Beautiful CBS 2 bedroom, 1 $1495
rear Fla. room, wall to wall bath, Fla. room on each side. Girl to work evetngs, 21C '

carpet, beautiful, a must to Fit for a King! Air-condition- p.m. In record shop.$25 weekly CITY OF MIAMI BEACH CIVIL SERVICEU.S. I !64 0QHNSYVjLLE. II

see. Veterans or displaced er, spacious bedrooms. Spec- phone 691-7064. I 4 .Pt tifcld-tQ]p fpower&Fact.

persons only $100 down,near ially b u 11 t for owner's per '. Air. {toshpw
the bus and schools, most desired sonal use. Excellent location. DRAPERIES CLEANED CITIZENSHIP REQUIRED
Call taken down- clean (, ; 'room new). .
convenient area. FHA $23,000, $1600down$147month Draperies "
any time. A. Ben-Kori, Real- must see toappreclate. ed. Decorator folded and re- POLICE OFFICER I; $538-$654. Age 20 1233.2020vision ;mm ,

tor 759-2425. Drive by 2375 77 NW 95th hung. Lustra tone Drapery uncorrected, minimum ht. 5'9", minimum wt.
'
Ter. Ph. 666-0411 for appoint- Service, 887-8022. 150 Ibs. maximum ht. 6'3, maximum wt. 230 Ibs., 64 BONNEYVILLE

ATTENTION !III!! INVESTORSWe ment. Atlantic and Pacific Florida driver's license Convertible full power

have good 5 unit and 8 Realtors. AUTOMOTIVE BODYMAN: $488-$566. Age 19-50. One & Fact. Air. Cond. (like :

unit apartment building. ex- SUPPORT year expo In body and fender work Including automotive new).

cellent investment with good spray painting. $1495Wdgpn .

down payment excellent return FOR RENT YOUR PARK FOREMAN I: ,$422-$538. Age 18-55. Two yrs.

on your investment. Callus Room for rent phone 377-8772 expo as yardman or nurseryman.

for locations and all infor- YMCA TREE MAINTENANCE FOREMAN:$$422-$538.Age 21- Tddio, w s wait*

mation. Fenster Realty (Broker Excellent location for Barber 50. Two years expo trimming, spraying, topping and luggage rock, etc. (&cc*

) 759-8779. shop or beauty shop,at 984 NW removing. mJrny Special)

161 NW 68th Street. A special .79th Street. STORES CLERK: $382-$488. Age 21-55. Two years.

deal for veterans and 221 people Furnished one bedroom apart -: .' expo in stockroom and Inventory work Including automotive
two bedroom parts.
only. Gorgeous ment. Responsible adults. No
oak floors, carport, children. $20 weekly include .(._.. ...bid fltUM._.........CM.IwMM MM. GOLF STEWARD I: $382-$488.Age 21-50.One yr.exp. Austin Ford
Mw-.at. r H
Fla. room. FHA $12,300. No waste re- -r s..u.a r.,1 l..V tNN.r ... ...... as a golf course ranger starter, or other related duties Ford
water Florida's Largest
lights, gas W..* 4*.tirtl .",....* sia 'M I1.
closing cost. Total down payment moval. 2221 NW 57th Street. =- .M1plgwtrrltlW:& of golf course operation. Dealer ,
.. ...*.4Atrt.. l.. ...... Horn Owned & Operated ,
$550. Monthly $88.04. between 12-2 p.m. Sa- . Ad.. ... .H. w CLERK TYPIST: $348-$444. Age 17-55. 40 WPM.
See ... ......t...
This doll house will not be ...w... .. ... 3801 NW 27th AV.- MIAMI
turday. ....... s. 1 ... . CarNE 5-0310
deposit tt.tlrttrwltcs Used
available long. Bring your all- =.eM. ,./ ..... Apply Personnel Department, Miami Beach City Hall, CLOSED SUNDAYS
today, seller pays Furnished rooms. Private en- s.. -w... 1130 Washington Avenue prior to 4 p.m. Monday through 15 minutes from most anywhere
closing cost. Aetna Realty try. Duplex building. North- =--.ar. Friday. In Miami

(Broker), 811 NW 54th St. Ph. east location. Call 3713622., v...NJ .41 ..., -
757-5724. Open 7 days.




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