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Title: Miami Times
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Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: August 23, 1968
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Vol. 45, No. 52 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY AUGUST 23, 1968 of FLA. HtSWfiY s

T.. OSCAR. Director CHAPPELLE General EDWARD. . Assistant A, FREEMAN Bill Cosby And Mrs. King Chubby Checker, Gospel ,

Baptists leaders ComingTo Win Golden Mike AwardsComedian Jazz Singers in Stars

Bill Cosby and

Mrs. Martin Luther King Jr.
Plan ConventionFor were given the Golden Mike Over Miami FinaleStars

Award Saturday night by the

National Association of Tele-

30,000More vision and Radio Announcers. Over Miami talent Sensations, Samuel Colemanand

The award is symbolic of their show winners will compete inthe Johnny Martin, The Chevrons -

than 30,000 young coming to Miami next Wednes- selection as woman and man f,',, grand finals of the sum- Mike and Soulsters

Baptists will converge on Mi- day for a mass meeting and of the year by the NA TRA. r mer-long program Aug. 24 at and the Pepperettes.
Miami Stadium for a chanceto Others are Mary Hall,
ami next year for the National inspection of theDinner Key Mrs. King received the
S.S and B.T.U. Congress, the and Bayfront facilities. award from U. S. Rep. John win all-expense trips to New Bertha Lollar, Althea Tate,
York City and on CBS- Herman Brown
appear Raymond
Miami Times learned this Rev. Freeman educated in Conyers, Dem. Mich., inthe '
TV's Original Amateur Hour. Watson, Carrie Veargis, Lena
week. public schools in Atlanta, Bayfront Auditorium cere-
Gary, Ind. was the originalsite earned his bachelor's degree mony. A dress rehearsal for the
24 finalists is scheduled for
of the Congress scheduled
from Clark College, Atlanta. Eight plainclothes police-
for 16-23 2 p.m., Thursday at Bayfront
June 1969. But He received his Th. M. and men mingled with the crowd
Baptist leaders after shfted Th. D. degrees from Central and four squad cars patrolledthe Auditorium, 499 BlscayneBlvd.

the Congress here after Gary Baptist Seminary, Kansas grounds outside in case CORETTA KING .
A crowd of than 10-
officials more
hinted the
city was ,
should need
City, Kansas. Mrs. King protec-
still 000 is expected at Miami Sta-
for the
unprepared mas- He has been pastor of First peace will become a reality for kk'ir
tion.The dium 2301 NW 10th Ave. for
sive influx of young adults next Baptist Church, Kansas City, announcers completedtheir all people." ,
the finals,which begin at 8 p.m.
year. since 1946.A preacher,teacher 14th annual meeting late "I need not say that my late
Admission is free and the pub
Rev. Thedford Johnson
lecturer, civic leader and Sunday. husband gave his life for the lic is invited.
pastor of Miami's St. John author of three books, he is Mrs. King said; cause of nonviolence love r

Baptist Church, has been president of the National Sun- "My husband had great af- to bring about universal bro Ted Mack, master of cere-

chosen local chairman for the day School and Baptist Train- fection for the members of this therhood," she said. "Your monies of the Original Ama-

Congress.Rev. ing Union Congress. organization and I know that support of this work has been I teur Hour, will introduce the

Johnson told the Times you had great affection for tremendously meaningful during 1 talent, which includes profes-
Rev. T. Oscar Chappelle a
that present plans are for the him." his years of struggle." :sional entertainers Chubby

Congress to be held in Bay- graduate of American Baptist "We are at a very critical "With your help I am sure t Checker, the Gospel Jazz
has been of
Seminary pastor
front Auditorium or Dinner : and the Outer Limits. -
period In our history and we the time will come in the not Singers
Key Auditorium because of its Morning Star Baptist Church, are all challenged to do our too distant future when this nation Stars Over Miami winners TED MACK
Tulsa Oklahoma since 1942.
enormous size.OUicials utmost to bring about the kind will truly become a nation include Willie Thomas,Gwen- ...To Emcee Show .
estimate 10,000 He is director general of the of society and the kind of world of one people under God.Thank I dolyn Johnson, Sir Winston .
hotel rooms will be needed to National Sunday School and where Justice, equality and you so much." :Scott and Co., Including the Gayles, Brenda Granger,'Nadine -
Watson the Deltones and
house ri
Congress participantsand BTU Congress 1968. Rev.
an additional 10,000 young Chappelle is also,a memberof The Cassanovas. t

'. delegates will ha veto be. .,housed jUne executive committee. ofthe'1ulsa Judges include Lloyd ,
It. J in private Eomes. % Council of Churches.He South Dade Residents Air Marks, Mack's musical director -
columnist Gardner TV
Two Baptist leaders, Rev. recently received the Hy ,
Edward A. Freeman and Rev.T. Liberty Bell from the Tulsa personalities Larry King and I
Chuck Zink and Blanche Cal-
Oscar Chappelle, will be County Bar Association.
loway, radio commentator. I
School Police Complaints The Stars Over Miami pro- )

gram is a Joint effort of the :
City of Miami, the Miami '
Biracial Mississippi Troubled South Dade Ne- first in a series of face to employment and housing. Committee for Entertainment

groes aired their complaints face confrontations with officials South Dade civic leader for Youth Opportunity,private

before school and police officials by county residents.It Odell Johns criticized the enterprise and theatrical unions -

late last week.Officials was sponsored by the Dade Metro Commission for not .

Democrats Win listened carefully and prom- Community Relations Board having a commissioner is

ised action on many of the pro problems discussed at the truly representative of the I

posals. session ranged from lack of black community.
The meeting, held at the representation in government, "Earl Carroll had to be

Credentials FiahtCHICAGO Perrine EOPI office, was the schools and the police force to elected by a majority of white
votes," Johns said. "So he is
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V not really a spokes man for the
The Democratic "I hope that in Mississippia Violators Get Clean Slate Negro community."

Convention Credentials great rebuilding of the whole He also criticized the lack
downas will take Nearly half of the curfew According to Judges Jones and
Committee has slapped party place. of Negroes in responsible positions
racist the party leadershipin The 84-10 vote by which the violatros arrested during the Harvey R. Reiseman a in law enforcement.
racial disturbances have been decision will be reached by the
Mississippi, tossing out thestate's committee rejected the state "We need some Negroes in
convention delegationin party leadership's delegation, processed through Miami municipal Judges to determine Metro with some stripes," he
favor of a biracial group and the 85-9 vote by which it Municipal Court. what action to take against the said.
violators who have failed to
organized two months ago. approved seating the so-called Forty moreviolatorsap- "We need Negroes in the

In a strenuous three-hour "loyal Democrats" must be pea red before Judge Donald appear. sheriffs department who can

executive session last night approved by the full conven- Wheeler Jones contest Monday" leaving and Jones issued bench warrants participate in policy-making
pleaded"no ,
that climaxed a grueling 14- decisions." - -
tion.Vice court with a clean record. for the arrest of two
hour day, the committee gave president Hubert H. 174 curfew curfew violators who didn'tshow He also criticized unequal ASTORIA, OregonShirleyAnn

the nod to the liberal delega- Humphrey, McCarthy, and, violators Approximately have failed to up for their court ap housing code enforcement. He Smith, 18715 NW 32nd Pi.,
tion headed by militant NAACP Sen. George McGovern of appear pointment. charged that there are few fol Opa-locka, has been chosen as
leader Charles Evers. South Dakota, the three major before the municipal ... low-ups on violations bywhite a princess in the royal courtof

Committee counsel Walter contenders for the Democratic owners, but that the code "is Miss Tongue Point of 1968,

Posin said the action against presidential nominationhad Dr. William N. Campbell Dies enforced rigidly on the Negro named at a beauty pageant at

Mississippi was unprecedented. supported the challenge. property owner who even has Tongue Point Job Corps Cen-
Services for Dr. William R. day, August 23, at Mt. Zion "
It out of a 1964 reso- broken window pane.
grew Campbell 36. a local ohysl- Baptist Church.Dr. ter.Miss
lution, passed after a bitter clan, wWbeheldat2p.mFriY : Campbell, a native Mi- Johns also attacked the exe- Tongue Point and her

convention fight over an all- 6YearOdDrowns / amian, received his M.D. degree cutive committee of the EOPI. court will represent the cen-

white Mississippi delegation, from Meharry Medical He said they are "a highly sophisticated ter in events of the annual As-

that ordered Democrats not to At College in 1957. He didhis internship clique" who bor- toria Regatta and in paradesand

discriminate by race in party and a three-year der on conflict of interest. He programs of other community -

affairs. Pier JO residency in Internal Medicineat said the poverty program is celebrations in the

"The committee felt the Hurley Hospital, Flint not meeting the needs of the 'area during the coming year.

state Democratic party had not A six year old Mia ml boy Michigan. He served as internist people for whom it was design-

responded to the antidiscrimi drowned in Biscayne Bay Mon- at the United States ed.Another IPEan

nation guidelines," chairman day afternoon only hours afterhe Army Hospital, Fort Sill, Oklahoma residentLouiseByrd

Richard J. Hughes, gover- and a companion reportedlywere from July, 1961 to September charged that employ- ot od. x SO,000
nor of New Jersey,told a mid- told by a Mia m I policeman 1963.Survivors ment opportunities are few. oro up t maa"viiMitray
a Coain+iaxioriii; Ear)
night news conference. that swimming was
pro- include his wife One reason, she said, is because Garton'.ratenl, aliragaleithi
"The party's honor and rep- hibited. transportation in South LquaK 'appt3 ct1'o'hA e1,
Police Identified the boy as Evelyn, a son, William, II., a
utation were involved in this Dade is completely inadequateto Lrddf.f'ft; ) iar,,forlhi tN
decision," he said. "It shows Bernard James Jr., son of daughter, Angela; his mother, other of the county. 79 hSt ..t "bor dnly ataupla
Mrs. Minnie Campbell two af Ne pea haiquor
the Democratic party means Bernard James, of 611NW.1st ;
brothers James and Nathanieltwo The meeting stretched into ieanion rha aunt
business when it makes a Ct. He was swimming near
solemn pledge before the the new Pie 10 of the Bay- .....- sisters Mrs. Teretha the night as many of the near- and meei" higra.x' li t Cara
wa t, +a 'fhbn quA
country that it Intends to root front Park Marina when the Brown and Mrs. EthelJohn- ly 100 residents confronted the e drtha en4.
accident occourred. W. R. CAMPBELL son officials with complaints.
out racism . .

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2 THE....MIAMI' TIMES,..Frdoy' Au oust 23. '1968_ _ a .
M -' Named
Mrs. M.L. King Wyche tun


Receives Elks .Public- Affairs Director I

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AwardFirst Paul H. Wyche,Jr.,has been .Y
named Director of Public Affairs -
presentation of the for EOPI, the local Waron
Grand Daughter Ruler. NettieB. Poverty agency. ,Y

Smith, gold medal of honor Wyche, 21, on a leave of absence -
award, IBPOEW. from The Miami News
The gold medal honor award where he was a reporter for w 4 .
irTzi1ra was established by the daugh- more than two years, was appointed Y
I ters of the Temple as anhon- to the $10,176-a-year
bestowed by the Grand post by Executive Direc-
I z Daughter Ruler to the indi- tor Marie Carl. A.;
vidual who has the most out- The newly-created depart- r f
'. standing record for unusual I ment will deal with public relations -
d service; for bravery beyondthe for the agency as wellas
call of duty; and for lead- community relations and
t ership in oritical circumstances. inter-agency relations for

.'" ... " EOPI.
The honor of receiving this "We are very happy to have -. -
first presentation goes to Mrs. someone of Mr. Wyche's cali- munity and also help acquaint

'" ,0; ; \;;' Martin Luther King, Jr., the ber join our agency," said the general public of our vari-
.. .... ., wife of the late Martin Luther Mrs. Carl. "His departmentwill ous programs in our continu- I
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'''''' .:: /'.ou4" King, Jr. Her devotion to her help determine the future ing effort to help break the cy-
:'t":4 ,' 1I 1>".;'. husband her children in preparing "
role of EOPI in the Dade com cle of poverty.
them for the life that is
A back-to-school party for 60 summertime workers at Pan American Worla peculiar of mankind, makes it

Airways ended two nonths on the job for the juniorcollege and high school only fitting that the first award

students who earned money to finance further education. The youths were hir, from the Grand Daughter SUPPORT THE GREATER
Ruler I go to this outstanding
ed as part of the summer job program, sponsored by JOBS MIAMI, local arm of human being, Mrs. Martin Lu-

the National Alliance of Businessmen. Flanking five of the workers are Pan ther King, Jr. MIAMI URBAN LEAGUETHIS

Am lersonnel Manager Edward E. Spencer, left, and Frank Cannon, Secretaryof The award will be made dur-
ing the occasion of the Elks YEAR'S GOAL IS 2,000 NEW MEMBERSFor
the Equal Opportunity frogram. The students, left to right, are Amos J. Ma- National Convention held in
information on how con join the Greater Miami
chanio, Patricia Culpepper, Carolyn I. Stanley, Gwendolyn M. Robinson and New York City, August 24-30, Urban League, phone:
at the New York
Robert L. Stephens.Sinking .
Hilton Hotel.Iiif.

Garbage And Park Workers i :::." -r 11:tdJ.\ ".. "::Io-:4J':'= :'.:v::."";,


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tvw ktit Mimi iMiturtt CMMM M,
Picket Miami Beach Hall .*..lct(4.tntm rtctnmm4tt ty
City a..y ..tIItI NlI_ t,1t ... ......
rut ta..t.r.rrit.t. y. "'' BASIC GENUINE AUTHENTIC.Q .
HUMU tf tar: :
\-'C: =::
ff Striking garbage and park The city later reported that pickup in the unincorporatedareas. -.CM prawit ta.t'=.ttptIc. tot ........ .. EASY REFERENCe, ITS YOURS. |
workers marched around more strikers had returned to Officials said the ** ** ** tofaritak .
pact yt
I Miami Beach city hall all day work Wednesday and were reInstated was agreeable to both the col- ,lMrtTMMUMO. M4 OMt nt..tuff ... ....._ #8 RIGHTS 1 associates' INC. ;:

Wednesday as the city council with full benefits. lectors and the county. Nor- .a.pita to ... Pg? 472
conducted a day-long meet- More than 170 menhadbeenhired mal pickups have now been resumed =.....fMorajst dL& 5 VAUi.EY FOR PENNA. :1

ing.More to fill the 331 jobs left in those affected areas. .......4-11I1II7 .,.....,..w; .;t.t.-:"., r... ..,... ...,, ,..-1.zac
than 150 strikers, led vacant by the strike.
by P. J. Ciampa, field direc- Using strikers who returned -
tor of the American Fed- to work and new employes,
eration of State, County and the Beach has managed to
Municipal Employes (AFL- maintain partial collection of
CIO), were on hand on the garbage, but mass union action -
meeting which began at 10 a.m. could slow this operation.
Wednesday.C Union hotel employes are
I amp a told the strikers speeding collections by load-
Just before the council meet- into hotel t garbage into city KA
ing: trucks or trucks hired by the
"What we want you to do is city.The
to keep picketing this place until Teamesters have an-
we go before the council, nounced support of the strik-
and we'll do it until 5 o'clockin ers and this could stop the operation
I the morning if we have to." of some private gar-
Mayor Jay Dermer said the bage collection companies, r'i
council would hear the union union officials said.
officials and the strikers when Sunday, Metro officials set-
the scheduled business of the tled the week-long strike
meeting is concluded.The which had curtailed garbageAIR
strikers off the
since last Wednesday, and the
Although many airlines
union chiefs were not on the
carry a supply of baby food, it
agenda. might be wise to take your own
After addressing the strik- t FY s
so you will be sure to havebaby's
ers i n front of the city hall, favorite foods. Jars of
Ciampa said he was going to ready-to-feed cereal, strained -
the Holiday Inn, 2201 Collins fruits, High Meat Dinnersand
Ave., Miami Beach, to meet cans of Gerber juices are
t with the heads of "37 or
the easiest to carry and serve. F
be more" local union leaders
These foods
require no prepa
I who- are backing the strike.* ration.




S\\) several points of view, NBC News'gavel-to-gavel coverageof
national convention will be the one to watch.
6215 N.W. 7 Ave.THE I
UP: Anchormen Chet Huntley and David
Brinkley will be re-
I FINEST IN PHOTOGRAPHY porting from their booth high above the convention floor.

OWN: On the convention floor,John
Studio Hours Chancellor,FrankMcGee,
... Edwin Newman and Sander Vanocur will be pursuing up-to-the-

DAILY 3 P.M. TO 7 P.M. .r second news leads. .,
AROUND: A of ,,:
s corps NBC News
reporters 46 strong will be

By Appointment Only! party covering and behind-the-scene candidates' headquarters.It activities. at delegations' hotels and

< CLOSED WEDNESDAYS all adds up on NBC.
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Check n,wip p.r TV listings for tlmt.
If you *n',.te"-,listen on the NBC Radio Network



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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 23. 1968 3 jr' j

Leaders Planning :! t ffWI1R1! .; w! ..j


Blueprint For ProGress 1 A i'f
W' I
The Greater Miami Coa- League; Mrs. Genesta Sweet- must do something at this l J7' Ar'
lition will work with a broad- ing of the PTA Council;Canon point," Reeves said. :
ly-based group of black lead- Theodore Gibson, Gordon The group of 12 blacks also
ers In an effort to help solve Johnson, director of the Model decided to work with the Uni-
the most press ing problems of City Program; Bob Sims of the versity of Miami to provide !
the Negro community. Community Relations Board technical assistance to blacks r L .
An all-black committee is and Clyde Killens. seeking to start or expand II
drafting a blueprint of the The blue print of progress business in the slum areas of
needs of the community, and will be submitted to black the county.
will make its presentationwithin community residents for approval The provision of technicaland k 3 rY i
three weeks to the coalition before going to the full financial aId to black businessmen .
a predominately white Coalition. Is now generally
organization of many of the Reeves said the program recognized as the most hope- d '1
most powerful business and will be drawn by blacks for ful way of developing a solid LT J. \ ;,
government executives: In blacks and will be intended to economic base upon which .
Dade County. represent a concensus of the other improvements can be ', 'J
The black group, which was community.Ray built. -1L 'j
organized by Miami Times Goode, executive vice One proposal, though, stir .. .
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Editor Garth Reeves, Includes president of the Coalition,saidit red some dissent among coa- MERI1 i C
businessmen from all parts of will refine the proposals to lition members and was not PAA SUMMER
the county, politicians,pro- Include cost estimate and then acted on. It was that the coa- Sixty junior college and high school students, who worked two months at
fessional organizers and throw the considerable weight lition sponsor a fact-finding Pan American World Airways as summer time employees, receive merit certifi- ..
of coalition members behind committee, a little Kerner
heads of social agencies.
The hired of the summer job program,
farewell youths part
cates at party.
Included in the membershipare some or all of the proposals.Improvements to examine
Mrs. Marie Carl, exe- Reeves causes, conduct and effects of sponsored by the National Alliance of Businessmen, earned money to finance
cutive director of EOPI; William said, will be sought in such the violence. further education. Handing out certificates at the left are Pan Am Personnel ,
Wynn, operations man- areas as jobs, education, Several members argued Edward E. and Frank Williams Pan ATI Vice '
and that the coalition should not Manager Spencer representing
ager for the United Fund;Ber- housing, transportation,
nard Dyer of the Liberty City police community relations. spend time looking backward, President William F. Raven. At the center one of the workers is congratulatedby
Community Council; Archie "We want to let the com- while others thought that wouldbe Frank Cannon, Secretary of the Equal Opportunity Program. At the rear j I'
Hardwick, executive directorof munity know something is hap- the best way to begin look- .
ahead.In left Emmett Ratts and R. L. Atkins officers of the Pan Am
the James E. Scott Com- pening," said Reeves. Ing are Management
munity Association; Odell Last week's violence In Lib- a less controversial area, Club, party sponsor
Johns, a South Dade political erty City, both agreed, spur- the coalition unanimously endorsed -
activist; Ben West, secretaryof red the coalition's action. the Model City program
the newly-formed Black Before the disturbance now underway in the Lib-
Brothers for Progress and Goode said, the coalition had erty City-Brownsville area. EOPI DIRECTOR
Neal Adams, a Brownsville hoped to organize committeesand Coalit ion programs Inthat BEGINS COLUMN
civic leader. plan carefully before un- area will be channeled throughthe
Also T. Willard Fair, exe- dertaking any projects."I federally-funded Model NEXT WEEK THERE'SNO .
think they realize they City program. Beginning next Friday,
cutive director of the Urban
EOPI Executive Director MATCH FOR
Marie Carl will discus In
a column various facets of FLAMELESS
the antipoverty program of JA
Dade County including the '=/
programs in each of the ELECTRICAIR
nine target areas. Be sure
"4 r t i and watch for this new CONDITIONING !
column in The Miami Times
1 k : beginning next week. 1.i
s Another public service .i,
4 4T 4k 4y feature of your community



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UNSUNG HERO New York civic leader Lawrence E. Lucas receivesthe
Ballantine's Scotch "Unsung Hero" award for outstanding community ser- AGENCY

vice from "21" Brands' Dan Cheifetz, left, and John Enoch. Winners are se-

lected by the editors of the Amsterdam News, nation's largest Negro paper. ,4AL4QjNC -J

Lucas, a successful Queens businessman was saluted for setting up a self. .
help job educational program with Office of Economic ''Opportunity backinf for '
residents of his community. 00 %f ,,a THE LARGEST PRIVATE HOUSING RENTAL AND
a ai ax A fleet of cars and. collectors give door to door service for
tenants convenienceA

community recreation center for teenagers and adults "rent
free," furnished qnd-.air conditioned for your comfort and enjoyment.A .
public relations department to assist you with your problems.

Tenants concern will stop vandalism and reduce thecoltofhouslng.


4150 NW 7th Avenue 759-8733

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

20848 South Dixie Hwy., Cutler RidgeCE 5-3553

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

1163 NW 3rd Avenue FR 3-8416

(4i..4 3801 Grand Avenue, Grove HI 5-1381

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.I 339 4iammondvi lie Rd., Pompano WI 3-2434 4I I

A MATTER OF PRIDE Labor Secretary.Willard Wirtz signs a $3.8 million HON. L. L. BROOKS, President "+ -. t

contract with Fride, Inc., the Washington, D. C. training and work program GEORGE P. HARTH, General Manager I

for young Negroes. Taking -part in the ceremony are (from left): Walter E. Wash- CHARLES A. LOCKHART, Public Relations Director

ington, Mayor of the District of Columbia; Horace R. Holmes, man lOwer administrator -

for the District of Columbia; Marion S. Barry, Jr., director of opera . If I am to enjoy a better I life, others must live better too." L. L. Broo"Black

ttons, Pride, Inc.; and Carroll B. Harvey, executive director of I Iride, Inc. __ ___ _


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. 4 THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday.. Auaust 23. 1968

'' Black Arts Festival rI

I More than 1,000 black and white Miamians visited the Black To Be Equal

Arts Festival last Sunday at Bayfront park Auditorium, and

Office: 6530NW 15th Ave., Miami, Flo. 33147-Phone: 691.0421 there should be more exhibitions like this. Youth by Whitney M. Young Jr.
' The festival--sponsored by the Metro-Dade County
H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES Editor and Publisher Opportunity a beautiful example of the black Executive Director National Urban League

GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor man and his contributions to fine arts Italso featured actors w
ST AN LJY.I. SWEETING Theatrical Editor
and artists, musicians and singers. And The
thatviewed CourtThe
Notional I Advertising Representative The festival must have given every black Dade Countian Congress

Amalgamated Publishers, I Inc.: it a tremendous sense of pride. Exhibitions of jazz,

1 310 Madison Avenue Nev/York, N. Y. 10017 spirituals, piano and strong music, rhythm music, dancing unseemly wrangle in Congress about Justice Abe Fortas'
; Member 2400 of the National Newspaper Publishers Association music and a drama of history were other highlights Sunday.. nomination as Chief Justice is of great concern to black citizens
S. Michigan Aven e, Chicago III. 60616 the -
only serve to help
\ Continuing such black festivals can .
SUBSCRIPTION RATES -", black community gain a tremendous and well- longed pride of

ONE: YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 itself. Let's hope we see more of them in the near future. The Supreme Court has been the prime agent of change in

i Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the POI The Black Arts Festival Committee consisted of Carrie P. the past 15 years o r so. Starting with the Brown decision in
j" I Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 Meek, chairman; Ruth Johnson, art director; Barbara Aranha, 1954 which ended legal segregation in the schools, and rightup

"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" S drama director; Richard Strachan, music director and Essie to the recent decision which upheld an abscure Reconstruction

t The NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead Silva, coordinator. period law banning housing discrimination, the Court has
t the world from racial and notional antagonism when it accords made many decisions of far-reaching consequences for black
to every man regardless of hts race, creed or color his human
and legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no man..the Negro citizens, as well as for other minorities.At .
! Press strives to help every man In the firm belief that all men Democrats Become DemocraticThe
t are hurt as long as anyone is held back.. times the executive has been preoccupied with other af-

and at other times the Congress has been
decision by the Democratic Credentials Committee in fairs, unwilling to
1ft ditar'$ ottboolt Chicago -- headed by New Jersey Gov. Richard Hughes. to :act.: But the High Court has been consistent in its rulings which
the Constitutional rights and civil liberties
1 unseat the hand-picked Mississippi delegation to the conven- guaranteed of minority -

tion and replace it with a racially balanced group was a refreshing groups.
MILLION DOLLAR BUILDING note to the American political scene this year.
I A million dollar building will be erected at Voorhees College The committee, by a vote'of 84-10, decided Monday to un- That's why the current opposition to Justice Fortas' nomi-
in Denmark, South Carolina. Recently man walked into seat the delegation chosen by Gov. Paul Williams of Mississippi nation is of such concern to the black community. He has been

I the office of President John P. Potts of Voorhees and asked I and substitute it with a representative group from the state. publicly identified with the philosophy of equality which has

I 1 what he needed for his predominantly Negro college. A campus The decision by the Democratic party: to face up to the prob- guided the Court under Chief Justice Warren.

1 tour showed stakes in the ground for a projected million- lem of racial discrimination in the delegations is noteworthyand
And it is not hard to identify his opponents with
dollar library on which a federal grant for $300,000 had been i commendable, especially since we witnessed the lack of some exceptions -
obtained. 'Til give the rest," the gentleman said"on two conditions this same courage by the Republicans only a few weeks ago as people who have consistently voted against civil
rights. I know that some critics are sincere in their
j' that you never tell my name, and that you don't ask in Miami Beach. opposi-
tion to the appointment, but the vocal ones I see on televisionare
4. me for anything else. Within a few days he had a portfolio i
of stock the largest gift by far which the college had ever the same people who fought every civil rights bill tooth

: received, and more than twice as big as the largest previously On The Black and nail.
/ | received by either of the other two predominantly Negro colt Survey
} associated Only one other oppointee to the Court in recent years has
leges with the Episcopal Church, St. Augustine,
Raleigh, N. C., and St. Paul's, Lawrenceville, Virginia. In The NewsThe been through the same kind of humiliating grilling that some
Community Senators gave Justice Fortas,and that was Thurgood Marshall.

There were a lot of fancy reasons given for opposing him at
the time but was fooled -he was a black and that
majority of non-mt tropolitan newspapers SlY they coyer nobody man
Forty-nine young mericans and Canadians are spending six the black com n ;pity to proportion' to tts num' rs. Hover, was enough to drive some racists wild with anger.
weeks abroad to study the European Urban situation.Sponsored -
there is no direct correlation between thi percentage of black
by the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in New York City,
'persons in a community: the amount of newspaper coverage That brings us to something which hasn't often been mentioned
and by executive council, the interreligious, interracial group given them by non-metropolitan These were the in the press. Justice Fortas is Jewish, and while discrimination -
will study four weeks in England then split in four groups to newspapers. has
against Jews .become rare these t
finds of days, the
the American Press survey (page 58, Miy issue) to
tour other sections of the continent The
Episcopalian. ascertain how black com.mnity news iscurrentlybeinghand- idea of a Jewish Chief Justice gets some people's bigotry up.

NEGRO NUNSIn led. What would they do if a Negro were named to the post?

To the question, "Is your of this group's news
coverage ,
The whole proceeding is pretty shabby and makes us look
Pittsburgh, penn, 160 Negro Catholic sisters are contem
events an1
persons proportion: to its numl-ars 69% re-
plating forming an organization known as the National BlackSisters. like fools in the eyes of the world. Justice Fortas is a tough
spoTi'd "Ve-j; 24% and
responded: "no, 7% offered no an
4 They hope to help solve America's black racial prob- fellow, and.I know he can take what's dished'out without flinch
swer. One cnm'l': in with 35
oUy piper, an area % Negro population -
e lems. ing. But I'm worried about the damage done to our system of
covered all aspects mentioned in te questionnaire and
The conference was sponsored by the Religious Sisters of had government when a handful of vindictive people angry about
Negro reporters on its staff single instance in the survey -
t Mercy at Mount Mercy College following a greeting of Negro' Court decisions in favor of civil rights and civil liberties so
In contrast
a Texas publication com nt nted: "We forbid
priests in Detroit. The Rev. Nathan Wright an Episcopal relative freely attack the Court as an institution.
any news to racism, organizations rplatedto'rights'
minister who coordinated last summers black confer-
power movements, or any 'u, ivil' acts . "
ence at Newark, N. J. was the speaker. Some of the same cranks who run around screaming "law
A relatively smill mm!. r of oar re.i1rs re'3poni- d. but
and order" these days Earl Warren" posters.
FLORIDA those answers received w :tv from 16% of the fifty states: Of
MEMORIAL COLLEGE these, 61 1/2%wjrew\5kliei, 31w.reJ.ltlie3, 7 1/2% did not And now they are lining up against Warren's successor.

READY TO OPEN HERE indicate their freauencv. Circulation ranued from 2-100to17-. .,
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Although Florida Memorial College has been predominantly 500 both paid and non-paid. When the history of our times is written,the Warren Court

Negro in the past, it will be fully integrated when it opens this To the quest ion, "Do you cover Negro social events?" will be given its due as accomplishing tremendous advances

September to over 1000 students. Local citizens and visitorsare 52 1/2% said "yes," 31% said -no," and 16 1/2% answered for minorities and for the poor. Don't believe all you read

welcome to visit the college grounds to view the fourteen "seldom, occasionally: etc.' "Do you! cover engage.rmVs?" about the Court's supposed "coddling" of criminals. All it

buildings (library, science, music, field house buildings)at NW netted 6')% 'yeses," 31% 'n >'s." "wod-iingsv" 69% "yes," has done is assure everyone of the right to a lawyer and the
156th St. and LeJune Rd. Since the fees of the college will behalf 23 1/2 "no," and 7 1/2 "w ira asked." New' ()! deaths w recovered right to know he doesn't have to answer questions without legal -

the nor mal fees of most private universities today (college by 45% of the respondents regularly,by 7 1/2% "when advice. The Court didn't pull this out of thin air. These are

expenses have Increased tremendously in the past few years asked, and not at all by 47 1/2%. Seventy-five per cent of Constitutional guarantees for which Americans have fought and
and still rising), FLORIDA MEMORIAL COLLEGE will be of those answering said they ran photos, while 25% said they did died. All the Court did was to assure all citizens of the oppor-

special significance i to families whose budgets are unableto not. Of this latter group, several notedtheY"never had any." tunity to exercise these rights, not just the rich who have lots

meet higher costs One newspaper which answered these questions"occasionally of high-priced legal advice at their beck and call.
The college is being built at a time,when local high schoolsare ;' added: "R'i: eajagemuuts and weddings, this type of
exploding with graduates who cannot afford to leave Dade news wo don't seek out-white or black We run it if it com, i It's about time the Irresponsible attacks on the Court and on

County and who must remain in the community and work their in 'over the transom,' so to speak. For this reason, I sus- Justice Fortas ended and Congress got back to the more im-

way through a four-year college education. This is also true pect that we don't cover Negro weddings and engagements in portant business of making laws that will end poverty and cure

of Junior College students at Miami-Dade, who complete their proportions to their number as we do whites* the sickness of the cities.

two years and must also remain in the Miami area since they To the question, "Do you run features about local Negro

cannot afford to leave town to complete the last two years of church events 62% said "yes," 23% said "no," 15% said

their college curriculm.The "occasionally.' Regarding school events, 45% said "yes,"
first phase construction program of the college is a 31% said "no," 24% said "only if asked." Several noted the PHIL
$10,000,000, endeavor towards which the United States govern- fact that their schools were integrated ones. OSSOFER"Law I

ment is contributing $5,000,000, in grants and loans. Three Response to coverage of black community cultural events

million dollars is being solicited in Miami and an additional was 52% "yeses." 48% "no's," questionnaire countered and Order" . this leaves me with a strong im-
$2,000,000., is coming from private bank loans. with "I don't know what! a cultural event is." News of Negro Is th e battle cry of George pression that there has been

Besides the public figures, support for the college comes celebrities, attitudes, and history respectively polled these, Wallace, Lester Maddox and few, If any, law enforcers,especially -
from Raymond Burr (TV's Perry Mason and Ironside), who is answers: 45% "yes," 55% "no;" 18% "yes," 82% "no;" 15% others. But this was not alwaysso In the South, who administered -
national chairman of the advisory board. He is joined with "yes," 10% "occasionally," and 75% "no." according to Larry King. In law without prejudice -

Harry Belafonte, Sammy Davis, Jr. and Duke Ellington. Out of all responses, only one newspaper had Negro editorial a recent column he told of the .

Local business men include : Commissioners Maurice employees reporters only. None had Negro editors many white riots against of "Law and Order" to "Law
Ferre. M. Austin Davis executive of the and 23% had ,
vice-president Winn- only black
any employees. Blacks in past years, saying and Justice." As I see it,there
Dixie chain; William Paul, chairman of the Board for Family that after those riots there was can be no permanent, enforc-

Home Finance Corp., Cecil Moore, Chairman of the Board for the j rI -------------------.....--_-, no call for law and order like able .law without justice, and

Mortgage Co. I SUBSCRIPTION there is now after recent riots. the future looks ominous unless
Rev. Edward T. Graham is the chairman of the Board of I ORDER make the change
Trustees for the college and Dr.Royal W. Puryear is the I \\iomi Tine "Law and
is a high speedily.The .
President. I 6530 NW 15th 1 1I
Avti.:e souding phrase which can have

CITY COMMISSION DOES CAREWe I I Miami, Florida 331A7 great meaning or no meaning danger lies in the fact
I at all, depending on how it is that those who suffer from the

were happy to hear Miami City Commissioner Irwin !I Enclosed please find the I implemented and considering inequities of"La wand order'
Christie was in the front lines of the riot situation duringour sum of 5.00 on where one is situated on the will no longer sit back quietlyand
recent racial violence. Commissioner Christie informedThe ;I to cover the cost of a one year subscription economic ladder. Law is accept these inequities. It

Miami Times he was present the time of the biggest to the Miami Times. necessary, but only law that is Is nowa well_established truth

disturbance Wednesday. 1 I equitable for all human beings, that this kind of law eliminates

Commissioner Maurice Ferre was out of town at the time I Mail Paper To I and not just for certain classes order.

of the racial violence, and Commissioner David Kennedywas of people. Also, laws, in No, I won't go along with the
advised by Miami police officers not to enter the riot- Address order to be fair, must be administered Wallace and Maddox brand of

torn Liberty City. area because of the antagonism of "white J City_. State in an equitable law.and. order, because it does
faces." Zip Code manner by unprejudiced peo not foster justice. I do go for

We are glad to see our Miami City Commission does care. L---------=________________ pIe.My law and justice because its end
study of Negro history result is order.


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don't know what brand of cigarettes Jackie Robinson
smokes, or even If he smokes,but we do know the famous cigarette -
commercial, "Pd rather fight than switch," has had
absolutely no effect on this once great baseball player, at leastas .4'I'
it relates to politics.

"Old Jackie," once the terror of opposing pitchers once he
was on base, has permanently adapted as his commercial,
"I'd rather switch than fight," as indicated recently in the
printed and broadcast media "Old Jackie" done called a press
conference and announced, "he gonna switch again from Nixonto
anybody that the Democrats nominate,"what a joke on "Ole
Jackie" if the Democrats nominate Governor Lester Maddox, ,.. ,1
then "Ole Jackie" will have to switch again to the only one .

left Governor George Wallace's independent party. fr4/J _

Now Ole Jackie" don't play baseball like he plays politicsnow '
as "Ole Jackie" never played but for one team in the g44c I .' l _
majors and he gave his very best for the Dodgers, win or N
lose, in fact he "resigned rather than switch."

However, since he left baseball and became a"professional
appointed race leader," "Ole Jackie" done throwed more
"changeups" than Bob Gibson Juan Marichal and "Satchel"
Paige put together.

"Ole Jackie" done throwed so many"Switches" he had to
join the electricians union. He "switched" from baseball to

become an a pprentice "race leader" under Roy Wilkins + s ,,,, QLOvS
NAACP in whose vineyard he labored hard turning his popu-
larity as the first Negro to play in the major leagues in mod- BECOMING A WEAPON OF DENIAL!
ern times, Into huge bundles of cash for Roy Wilk1n

However, "Ole Jackie" soon found out,like the Negro mas-
ses, that the Negroes chiefly benefited by the NAACP was the Florida Voters League
Wilkins family, Roy and nephew Roger, so "Ole Jackie'' got LETTERS to .EDITO'.F1The I
hip and "switched" from the NAACP and went into the "race ,
leadership business" on his own and what with picking Repub- .Mjag. Introduces New Features ':
lican Governor Nelson Rockefeller as his sponsor,he ain't exactly -

done bad. Answer Is Jobs, Housing At Tampa Convention ,

Of course, Roy Wilkins and his NAACP didn't need him any-
more as discovered "The Black Muslims," Mal- And Black Businesses LEAGUE CONVENES IN TAMPA SEPT 28-29
colm X and a whole slew of what is called "militant black na- FOR FIRST TIME IN TWENTY YEARS :
tionalists" and the white folks got so scared they commencedto ,
give Roy Wilkins and the NAACP zillions of dollars insteadof LIBERALS ARE FRIGHTENED . They say, "Abernathyis TAMPA (Special Report) The Florida Voters League ,'
hell and made them "safe-respectableandresponsibleNe- more militnt than Martin Luther King" ? "DemonStra- Inc. will"hold 'their 24th:annual ,flail meeting in Tampa, Sept
gro leaders." tions will become more violent/etc." Reactionaries are out of 28-29, coming back to the cigar city for the first time in some ,
(To be continued) their wits. . Mayor Daley,Chicago, Headley and Kirk, Florida 20 years.
are acting on "shoot-to-kill" desperate,angry policy A group of Negro citizens from over the state responded toa
. . .: . .. . call from Ed Davis to meetinOcala in 1944 for the purpose ;
WHY ARE "THEY" ALL "RUNNING SCARED" ? ? ? Are of forming a statewide political organization with the basic objectives -
Outbreaks Of ViolenceNot they frightened by a small, national handful of a few thousand of registration made possible by the supreme court J
poor "looters" ? ? ? They shouldn't be frightened of these decision to outlaw the exclusion of Negro voters by the then I
traditionally passive people . who've put up with hundredsof white Democratic Party. And to conduct vigorous campaigns ,
SurprisingDear years of "looted" by the top "looters" of our society in voter education, that this newly enfranchised electorate

. such as Super Market owners, Industrial Barons . and might use this new political force more wisely.

Sir: who are merely striking back in very weak fashion . they The Tampa convention committee, with league public relations -
For the are "settling" for a cheap price . a radio, etc. director to Norman
reasons given in the recent Report of the National E. Jones, serving general chair- I
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Advisory Committee on Civil Disorders the outbreaks of man, is planning several new features in an attempt to make f
violence in Miami is not surprising. Those familiar with con- Are "they" scared of the new organizational teams in this the greatest and largest convention ever held by the lea- I
ditions in the Miami American Life ? ??Youth Power?(liberals and reactionaries)
Negro community have felt for some time
that ours is one of the more explosive situations in the country.Not Consumer Power? Woman Power?Retiree Power?Black Power gue.In addition to the business sessions there will be four pub-
very long ago it was estimated that unemployment ? They merely ask for long-delayed attention and salvation to lic events to give variety and entertainment to the delegatesand
in the Central Negro District was 50%. What is surprising is escalating problems of ther groups! visitors beginning with a Saturday noon luncheon with panel
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that violence took so long to develop. It Is likely to be repeated discussion. A public meeting from 8 10p.m. Saturday night
unless the conditions which breed it are improved. A young HOWEVER! with nationally known speakers to be followed by a receptionand
friend of POOR PEOPLE DO NOT HAVE ONE FREEDOM. . The grand ball from 10 2
Negro ours expressed feeling very pointedly; p.m. a.m. Ending the conventionwith
"Black and White power in partnership or total separation is freedom to pay taxes for representation which many millionsof a banquet Sunday afternoon featuring Spanish Cuisine at
the call." poor people do not have in reality. However, the policy of the famous Columbia Restaurant in the heart of Tampa's Latin
"Taxation without real representation" is an historically
The National Advisory Committee reported the plight of deprived quarter.
Negroes in no uncertain words; "Segregation and bankrupt one J 11 I Other new features being planned are invitations Negro ;
poverty have created in the racial ghetto a destructive enviro- Our much-vaunted over-publicized $40,000,000,. Political teachers over the state to meet concurrently with the league
ment totally unknown to most white Americans. What white Conventions have criminally neglected the above peoples' to initiate the organization of their own"political action com-
Americans have never understood--but what the Negro can problems . keeping many of them off the agenda, and out of mittee" that they might have some statewide vehicle under
never forget--is that white society is deeply implicated the the platforms ?. and so,are directly responsible for making their control to work< in their special interest and survival.
these issues highly combustible . needing immediate attention -
ghetto white institutions created it white'Institutions ,main-
: ,
and solutions. A request to all cabinet officers and department heads to
tain it and white society condones it.. . .We have cited deep
Harry Schermer send all of their Negro employees, that they might be better
hostility between police and ghetto communities as a primary known and that they might be able to do their respective jobs
cause of the disorders surveyed by Commission., ." Other better.

serious grievances listed were: unemployment, underemployment Invitations to the political science faculty and students In the
Inadequate housing, hunger, racism, inadequate educa- Children political science department to attend as panelists,observers
tion, poor recreation facilities and programs, ineffectiveness Fight To Bring and evaluators with the suggestion that they might compile and
of the political structure and grievance mechanisms. edit and publish material for study and reference.

The Commission advised the government to take al-
strong About ChangeTo With this
exciting agenda the committee is looking forwardto
leviatingmeasures immediatley-- compissionate massiveand
500 or more registered delegates and visitors.
sustained." They also declared, "From every Americanit All Parents;
will require new attitudes, new understanding and, above
all, new will" They were totally against "blind repression"as Now is the time for all good parents and citizens to come to
a remedy.Is the aid of their children. For our children have taken on a fightto
this not a clear mandate for all concerned persons in bring about a change in our community. They feel that it is and to our community, but most of all,to our children. We
Miami to commit ourselves anew to the improvement of deplorable up to them,because we have,never takena stand to really bring must now accept these responsibilities and give our children
conditions in our Negro neighborhood? We in the about a change to better the conditions that we a r e faced with a chance to become children once again. Let's not burden our
American Friends Service Committee want to cooper ate to the daily. children with the fight for them, that we also cry out for their

limit of our ability with all other local groups and individualswho We must begin to realize that the'identical hardships we needs, as they do.Let's ,

are working for justice--political, economic, social and face, our children are also burdened with,and from one day to
begin to support our leaders. Let's'beginto show our
cultural. the next, they sit and watch what is going on, seeing that noth-
children that we do care that we will no longer sit and wait.
The time is late and the problems are huge just as they
ing is being done. This is when they begin to feel that now is
For if we don't, we are in fora lot more looting,'killing, and
were when Dr. Martin Luther King faced them. But he had the the time that "I" do something to bring about a change. So we
courage and faith to say: "Old systems exploiation and op- are faced with the loot i n g,and rock throwing,and burning. burning
pression are pissing away:new systems of justice and equalityare Then we ask, "why?"
being born.In a real sense this is a great time to be alive." .... A Concerned parent,
Administrative Committee of The American Friends Service I think it is quite obivous that as parents and citizens, we ..J. Harold W. Hines
committee, Mrs. Pearl Ewald, Acting Director. have failed to accept the responsibility we owe to ourselves Parent Involvement Specialist

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rTHEMITIMESFridoyAu9u5t23968! ml-

: Hats off to Jimmie and Dorothy Cooper on their new business -
I! Cooper's Little Super Market, 46th St. and 22nd Ave- 1<" /t9t0IGila9kti

nue. Dorothy was formerly employed at Fenster's Dept.Store

and Lory's Dress Shop, Edison Center.
Oscar Edwards has returned to his Brownsville home
I .
Y CLARICE LITTLES successful year at Edward Water's College, Jacksonville d-OCtU
Miami Times Society Editor
pAs Althlas and Lean Rolle of Nassau are the houseguests of BY PRISCILLA REDDING
summertime draws to close, many will be getting backto Mrs. Harriet Outs .. .Mrs. MaxwellFrances) Stubbs of Nassau
the serious business of returning to work. Travellers and attended the funeral of the late Mrs. Margie Lowe Miller LMrs. and Mrs.Beatrice
more travellers are winding up the last leg of their trip. Glamourama Charm Clinic (Burdine's Debs' Den)for teen- Walter Ferguson Mencey of Goulds
for week's
Bahamas a vacation
Others will be returning to school to further their education. agers climaxed seven week course with a fashion show Tues- toured the at the Anchorage;
It's been a long hot summer. day, August 13, at 7:30 p.m. Among those in the class were Hotel. Accompanying Viola Curtis.Mrs. Mency back to Miami, was her
After forty-six years of dedicated service to Miamiand Its Antionette Turner, Gloria Wright, Libby Boston, Mary L. Bul- sister Mrs
of Mr. and Mrs. Burk L. Jones
children, Mrs. Alese K. Gill, principal"of Lillie C. Evans retired lard, Valencia Trice and Lucretia Robinson. Houseguest of 14921 Louis
on July 26, Congratulations! St., Is Yvonne Jordan, daughter of Mrs. Patience Mitchell formerly .
Vacationeers from the nation's capital are Daniel (Buzzie) Congratulations to those who completed their work for the of Detroit.
and Gloria Johnson and Jesse and Betty Adams who are the Master's Degree at FAMU's summer session. Among those Miss Theodora Ashford and her cousin Miss Naomi Wood-
houseguests of Dan and Carolyn Johnson. are Jean Morley, Marian Dean, and Carl Hanna. son of Columbia, S. C. were the houseguests of Mr. and Mrs'
Allep and Regina Counter of Cleveland are visiting his par- Willie Redding. Miss Ashford and Miss Woodsontooka sightseeing -
ents at West Palm Beach but took time out to say hello to Mr. Smith Darby of Morristown, Penn. is making his home tour of Miami after a three day tour of Nassau
friends In Miami with Augustus and Mildred Pinckney, 8940 NW 17th Avenue Miss Woodson resides and works in New York City as an

Olivia Parker and daughter, Olivia an visiting her sisters. . Naomi Hyler Bain and daughter, Etta of Boston are visi- elementary school teacher at P.S. 149.She received her B S
Viva Coleman and Angenorla paschal. ting her father, Ronald Hyler, 752 NW 65th Street. . Elsa degree from Benedict College In Columbia,S.C.and M.A. dVigree
Rev. and Mrs. A. D. Hall are on their annual vacation after Adderly and Gloria Williams of Detroit were recent visitorst from Queen's College Flushing, N. Y.
spending Sunday In Jacksonville as guests of Rev. and Mrs.S. o Miami and Hallandale with Elsa's mother-in-law, Mrs. Miss Ashford is a school teacher at Waveely Elem. Schoolin
S. Robinson, Sr. on Friday they jetted to Montego Bay for a Thelma Adderly. They Jetted to Nassau for a week's vacation Columbia C.She received her B.S. degree from Benedict
week's stay. . Agatha (Nina) Summons, Boston, jetted in Saturdayto College In Columbia,and M.A.from B 0 s ton University,Boston
Here from New York Is Mr. William Strachan to visit his Journey to Key West to attend the funeral of her mother, Mass.
mother, Mrs. Myrtle Curtis. Mrs. Beatrice McIntosh In Miami, she is the houseguest of The son of Rev. and Mrs. John A. Ferguson, (Javan) is returning
Houseguesting with Jerri and Henry Arrington Is Kathleen her mother and father-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Summons to the Naval Prep School In Brainbridge, Maryland.
Arrington of New York City. 1899 NW 53rd St . Ola Carter to Madison and Jacksonville He has previously finished his training In 111.
. Herbert and Williams vacationed in New York and
After an extended vacation in the far west, Dr. Nathanieland Evelyn
Lugusta Colston have returned to the city.On their itinerary New Jersey . LizetteJohnson to Ft. Knox. . Ellery Ross Do hope you took time out to view the Black Arts Festival at
were Links, Inc. meeting, Honolulu and seeing sister and Jonathan Brown were married Saturday In The Church of Bayfront Park Auditorium on Sunday. Our thanks to Carrie
the Hannah Edwards her name come
Open Door . changes
Jimmye Braeshear. Meeks, chairman, Ruth Johnson, Barbara Aranab and Essie
Thursday when she becomes Mrs. Herman Alexander Sch-
Silva and all of the participants.
wecke, Jr., Congratulations!

Cocktail Invitations out Invitations are out for cocktails Anna and Bernard Souter, children of Mr. and Mrs. John
Friday, Aug. 23, at the home of Edwin and Mable Rogers. (Evelyn) Souter have returned to the city after spending a two
t Marie Brown was hostess to a Pants Party honoring Mrs. months vacation with relatives and friends in Madison.Mr. .

Emma Mays (Iris Shirley's mom) of Chestertown, Maryland.
Mesdames Alice Farrington and Beatrice Toots of Nassau and Mrs. David Lucas and children, David Jr. and Da-
are the houseguests of Mrs. Marie Farrington and daughters, vanna, are visiting in the city from Newark, N. J.

Ellie and Violet.Happiness .
Mr. and Mrs. George Wiley (Luticha) of 2951 NW 58th St.,
..t _.4Alese.. _.. is "sweet sixteen' Sharon who
being says Dyer spent two weeks vacation In Nassau at the Royal Victoria Hotel
Victorice Dorothy entertained friends with a beach party at Baker's Haulover. and had a wonderful time
Libby Boston celebrated her birthday with a party, Saturday,
TRAVELLERS Louis and Elnora Slade and son Louis n August 17, at her home. Mrs. Lacey Harris Drayton is beaming with pride because
of Lenoir, N. C. . Harriet Chittick, social worker, Bronx. her niece Mrs.C. M. Blackfordand three fine children (Janice,
Harriet spent two weeks in Nassau and a week in Miami as After a week in Nassau, Hazel L. Grant left for New York's Cheryl and Harold,Jr.)are visiting this summer.Mrs. Black-
guests of Rev. and Mrs. Lambert Sands. Keva Weems and :Statler Hilton Enroute she visited relatives and friends in ford is the daughter of Mrs. Mary Lou Carson of Baltimore

Roberta Chayter hosted parties for Harriet . Gwendolyn Petersburg, Va., Washington, D. C. and SaratogaSprings. . but she resides in Washington,D.C. where she is a "Govern-
Smith, here from Detroit . Down from Orlando Viola DoreeniYoung and son Jeffrey returned homeTuesdayafter, va. ment girl." While in the city many social events have been
Gideon and children, Jerome and Anthony who are visiting her I cationing in New York City. held In her honor.
mother Mrs. Queen King . The Hanson Wallaces of Opa-
locka off to Brooklyn to visit the William Thompsons and attend -
the Elk's Convention. . Millicent Wilson's pride and Joy '>
is her number one granddaughter, Natalia, (Venda Rei's first)
who was In Miami for a visit while her mother adjusts to her '

new sister, Davarie, at home (St. Petersburg) . Anthony J f f;1. 1
Poitier to Orlando . Helen Trotman to San Jose, Califor-
nia to visit her sister, Marva Worthy. . Stephanie Jones,
the Arthur Jones' daughter spent her summer in Tacoma, "
Washington . David and Noel Cobband children motored to
Cleveland and points east. .From New York City, the stan-
ley (Helen Fisher) Roberts vacationing in Coconut Grove. .
Rose Cohen, Daytona Beach, visiting Brown-Williams of 13th f #
Avenue iI I G"fG"

MORE TRAVELLERS Minerva Martin is visiting her
sister and family.Pres. and Mrs. E. Manning of Orangeburg YM
S. C. . Houseguests of the Charles Bethels-at their 50th St. I t =;f
home are: Mr. and Mrs. Alfonso Riley and children, Donna Melvin Carswell, guidance
and Kevin of Philadelphia . Former Miamian, Ruby Taylor specialist with LittonSystems -
reminiscencing with family and friends In Opa-locka . Inc. Educational Divi-
Cleo Terrell and Beatrice Jackson. of Chicago will visit relatives sion in Pleasant, California is
and friends in Miami before Jetting to Nassau and then visiting his parents Rev. and
home. The Reginald Poitiers(Ethel) of Nassau, houseguesting Mrs. Will Carswell, and sister I t P Ps
with Bernard and Marie Poitier . .ZeolaJones jetted to. Mertis. Melvin was pre-
Oakland and Berkly: to visit former Miamian,Daisy Lankford viously employed as a proba- t i
Gray. While there the Miami Club feted her with a farewell tion officer of the Juvenile : ; fA
pa r t y. All members send a big hello to the home folk and a court for two years,and social
special hello to Dave Bondu . Shirley McDonald of Nassau worker for Hamilton County
is vacationing with her brother and sister-In-law, Asquithand Welfare of Cincinatti for five J

Thelma McDonald. years. Accompanying him is LORY'S LENDS HELPING HAND
Full house at the O'Briens. Returning to Miami after many his wife Evelyn, a teacher In
years are Victorice O'Brien, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent the California School Systemand (Left to RightCala) Brown, Doreen Barham and Norma Lawrence are
(Ernestine) O'Brien, 1890 NW 62nd Ter.,with his wife, Doris, their four children. They shown here as they proudly) model fabulous fashions by Lory's.
twin boys, Lawrence and Darrlngtoo, daughter Rita and his will remain in Miami for approximately these lovely young ladies will show their wares at a Midsummer
nephew, Karl Nunn. seven days. Fafhion Show and Tea
Sunday, August 25 at 5:30 at the Church of
It's reunion time for the Allen family.(Rev.Alexander Allen) Melvin Is a 1952 graduateof the Incarnation, 1835 NW 54th Street. This gala affair being sponsored
From Daytona Beach, came Rev and Mrs. Daniel (Monica) Dorsey High School. by the St. Theresa's Chapter of the Church of the Incarnation Episcopal
Smith and six children; Rev. and Mrs. Hughes (Clarice) and Churchwomen for the benefit of the John J. JarrettScholarship Fund
daughter, Jacksonville. Fred and PatEbromof RichmondHts. UNCF Receives Donation is 100.

hosted the event. All fashions are being furnished by Lory's (Edison Center) and
Get well wishes to Mrs. Bertha Bollard who underwent sur- B.F. Goodrich Assistant Store
Manager Dee Dee Lawrence
gery (Eye) at Christian; Vernald Pratt, surgery at Jackson; in addition to the fashions is serving as coordinator.
shown line
above II
Mrs. Lizzie Green and Mr.Chester James, Livingston Adder- Gift of glamourous fashions you' find a complete
ly Mt. Sinai Jerri Allen at home fractured for all/ occasions at Lory's (Edison Center) teen"
; recuperating ( AKRON, Ohio The B. F. age and adult fashion center of South
ankle). Goodrich Company announced
Sad news from New York; Mrs bona J.Cook, retired teacherof an additional contribution of WATCH
Dade County Public Schools died Wednesday,August?, 1968. $2,000 to the United Negro LOVELY' MODELS DISPLAY THAT FABULOUS LORY'S
RELAXING IN NASSAU And enjoying a vacation with a College Operating Fund, nMTClcJJ ?, OUR BAG"" AT 7:00: P.M. MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY
foreign flavor were David and Eunice (Times office manager) bringing Its total contributions CHANNEL 2.
Davis; Mildred Clarke, Sylvia Adderly and son, Sean;Alexine to the fund this year tO$5,000.

Delancey, Freeport; Richard and Florine Welch and children, Since 1957, B. F. Goodrich, Sizes 3.20 OPEN 9 TO 9
Rickie and Aida Jetted to Nassau and Anchorage Hotel; off Fund Inc., has contributed
to Nassau were Georgia Rollins, Celia Lee and Rosa Arline $31,000 to assist with the
. Chris and Marie Wareham to Nassau. . Thelma Outler operating expenses of the
and nephew, Johnny cruised to Jamaica and Nassau. . Canon United Negro College Fund )
Theodore Gibson and son, Theodore n flew to Kingston, N. C. Since 1965, BFG has contri- LORU'Sr c L (!)ILORY'S I\
'to attend funeral of his maternal
the (son) grandmother, Mrs. buted $20,000 on its five-year
Delia Lofton. pledge of $25,000 to the United

Bertram Dean and children, Berthine and Bert Jr. motoredto Negro College Fund's Development FASHION SHOPS EVERYWHERE!
Tallahassee to bring Mom(Marian)home after the summer Committee, New 6112 .
NW 7th
session. York City. AVENUE ( EDISON CENTER)

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Zetas Close 48th tr II ,b,

Anniversary Bou/e/ ,

rNt tp I,
In Chicago .


By Stanley(Sweets) Sweeting Over 200 delegates and 600 In August 1970, time schedule -
Miami Times Theatrical Editor alternates and visiting mem- for the next Boule', the
bers of the Zeta Phi BetaSor- Sorority will meet in Wash-

THE LITTLE RED BOOK: Just in case you don't know it ority, Incorporated, converged ington, D. C., the birthplaceof
Chicago Illinois Au- Zeta Phi Beta (1920 at Ho-
upon ,
The Miami Herald now has a Negrouh,black) reporter on its
gust 11-16, for the 48th Anni- ward University) and Mrs.
staff. He's
young Thirley Smith, a Fisk University grad, who
Marian Shannon will as
versary Boule held at the serve.
does a bang-up bit of news reporting for the
Sherman House where Mrs. one of the consultants to the
ayem paprus (thanx Herb). His recent cov- {+;
Marian Shannon of Miami planning committee.
of the H. ,
erage Liberty City riot was Spingar-
the sorority journalist was Other highlights of the Boule
neat material. Young Paul Wyche of the .
re-elected for a third term, included a pilgrimage to the z.R'
evening blatt -- Miami Daily News --
Zeta Shrine in Idlewild Michi-
without opposition. ,
porting staff is another prolific
gan, a beachfront property and 1!
whose essays and scooperoos have
/ cottage given to the Sorority
Page One and editorial pages The ga"r 1 < < :; ;\
by deceased past president
incidently, has long boasted a sepia y Violette N. Anderson. Fifty- -- --_..-,. ." ,, "- ., ......
. . Then there's Mamie Bondu over at
Miami-Metro News Bureau where she r five (55)) young high school NEWLYWEDS
girls from all parts of the
thers pix and news patterns for Lew Price and Lee Evans United States met withaU-ex- Mr. and Mrs. H. Kirkpatrick were recently married

. . Corsages to each of these medias for giving blacks a :er penses paid in the first Zeta here. The bride, a native Floridian is an aspiring gospel .
chance to prove they can produce if given a chance. Leadership Conference at the singer-pianist. The groom is a former Brooklyniteand

Boule.1belrthemewas"Confrontations is an advertising salesman. Rolle photo
NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Those two clergymen the dally sheets
and Compulsionsof
referred to as "observers" at City Jail during the wholesale -
Today's Youth. The Sorority -
arrests of teenage curfew "violaters" (following the recent voted to continue this innovation ATTENTION:
Liberty City riot) were Frs Tyrell Dear and Kenneth Majorof and also added a new

Incarnation Episcopal. The ministers were much concernedand national officetoassistundergraduates St. Agnes' KindergartenAnnounces
their interest kept them at headquarters far up into the on college cam-
yawning hours of the Police
dawning Sergeant Louis F. puses. During the undergraduate -
Duty's wife Doris lost her 10th child by miscarriage in Jack- ; luncheon, the high school its opening Tuesday September

son Memorial last Thursday night (Aug. 15) . Harry Bela- :"-l. girls were special guests and 3, 1968.
fonte will produce(not appear in)"House of Flowers" on film. MARIAN H. SHANNON presented talent and fashion Hot lunches Free pick-up and delivery

parade 1968. services Training personnel
THE WEEK'S WASH Mrs Williams she's he's . ReelectedThe
: Clyde ( ofay;
Zeta Tau Zeta Chapter of For information call I
: NE 4-1910 or NE 52307
Afro) is three months enroute to her mulatto arrival. .
Chicago was co-host with the
Emma Troy of Opa-locka had to be rushed to Jackson Mem- theme: "New Dimensions National Mrs. Jacqueline Livingston, Supervisor
orial for high blood.. .City of Miami patrolman Bennie Lewisto -- the For war d Look" the Boule. body sponsoring
Baptist hospital last Sunday p.m.for a series of tests on his was ably presented by many
overworked stems ?Recetly-razed Baker's Bar(longtime20th speakers including Attorney
St favorite pub) has continued operation along the 20th Wiley A. Branton, Texas State
Street strip. Formerly at Fourth Court the new bar is now Senat or Barbara A.Jordan, :B U :R D I lD S

housed at Sixth Court near the overhanging North-South Expressway Mrs. Elizabeth Duncan !
Koontz, a Zeta, president of
the National Education Asso- s A
SALT WATER TAFFY: A 10-day( vacation stint found the ciation, Dr. Deborah P.Wolfe, / .
James(Patricia) Moss' and kiddies Sherri,Janet and Clarenceover past Grand President of Zeta Sale! ;
on the 21-mile-long island strip of Nassau.. And Clar- and Mrs. Mildred Cater Brad- ( ;
ence Moss' 18-day furlough from Fort Sill, Okla was spent ham, Grand President of Zeta, ..'
here at home with his mom and pop . Mrs Alonzo (Eliza) a resident of Jacksonville,who :.', dresses
Kelly and daughter Marie Miller with grandson Tommy Mc- was also re-electedforathird perma press I
Kinney to Key West for a week as houseguests of the Hilton term. '

(Erma) Sweetings, daughter and soninlaw of Mother Kelly. . ;;c :, for big and little girls ;
The Henry(Mildred) McKinneys to Nassau for a quartette of Miami was wellrepresented .

days. with Sorority members, I
Mesdames Lenora Braynon :y
STUFF AND SUCH: National representative Botanic Re- Smith and Alva F. Price, as 399 i
cording Co.Joe(Sonny)Smith of NYC in town attending NATRA delegates; and other mem- 1. ,
national association convention and visiting with family and old bers of Beta Tau Zeta Chap- c Rtg.JS to $6.98.All the new styles; sHirt-shifts,

cronies . The Alfred(HUda)Chipmans to vacation in Philly ter, Mesdames Verneka nehru collars, menswear plaid! Easycare, no1ronDacronpolyestercottons.3 ;,
while attending the National Convention of The Church of Lord Dames, Rosa L. Forts on, to6X and 7 to 14. II I
Jesus Christ of the Apostle Faith . Ted Miller's wife Annie J. Ivey, Bernice H. I
Margie (159 Ter in Opa-locka)passed last Friday. . Frances Johnson, Dorothy Powell Lee, I ., young people's world:, downtown mi lam and all ;
Dixon of Moultrie, Ga winding up a week's vacation with coo Cherry B. Moss, Lydia A. Burdlne's stores.
sin Bertha Mack . Meggie Williams in Harlem on vacation Richardson, Laura P. Robin- itr- A 1 '
. . Ditto Amelia Shavers for two weeks. son, Ernestine C. Seymore, I ," s 0"

Gladys H. Smith, Valdez Mur- y.OO
SCRATCH MY BACK: A gleaming halo to Dr Edwin M. ray and Sandra V. George. t 5L '
Shirley, the MD, for his community contribution last week. Many of these Sorors were accompanied -
The medico and his sons became Good Samaritans and good by their families; ': .
community fellows by collecting their 56th Street neighbors' f1
and, members of the local Zeta '
garbage in a rental van for disposal during the garbage col- Amicae (friends). A full weekof \\1 t :: Li .
lectors' strike . Agnes Hamm back at her post in Prema- men's and children's activi- 1 b ; .1.*,
ture Center after a brief vacation to Nassau . Alice ties was arranged for the visi \ .. ,
Knowles, the RN, on an overseas vacation hop to Freeportand tors.
Nassau . Look for Jackson Memorial to get that much-

needed exterior face-lifting Job. The mascara was first applied The five founders of the Zeta
to its East Wing building on July 23. Phi Beta Sorority were in attendance -

at the Boule and two ; .. .
SWEETS TREATS: Evelyn Sparkman due in town last Sa- activities were'presented in L
turday from Haines City to hOUseguestwiththeCarl Prestons their honor. Seven past presidents -
. . The Lloyd (Willie Mae Lazier) Stricklands of Carol City were also inattendance. :i : Illltlllir
christened their son Lloyd Jr last Sunday in New Mt. Hermon Miamian Ruth North Polite

AME in Opa-locka.The Henry P. Browns were Godparents . was unable to attend as acting
A wedding reception for newlyweds Herman Alexander Sch- chairman of WEHS because of
wecke Jr and Hannah Smith Edwards comes off tonight (Thurs- illness.
day Aug. 22) at 1185NW48St.The bride is the daughter of the

Sidney Trotmans . A fish fry by her six kiddies greeted wyf.
Doris Williams on her birthday last Friday (Aug. 16)). vd
CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: Stanley and David Newbold's

mother Mrs Maude Newbold(after over 30 years) has done it MRS. LUCY SILER i. 'YY 4 4YJY
again. Mrs Newbold and her newly-acquired hubby are presently -
honeymooning in Antigua Bay BWI . Arthur (Mushay) Your spiritual advisor
Eve down from Manhattan ?The Kelsey(Halese) McKinneyshe from Brooklyn I New
( lost a leg In freak accident) and children in from Philly York with financial and M"

. . Pianist Myrtle Jones of the Myrtle Jones Trio, daughter spiritual blessings. ,
Myrtle Jr., Raynell Scales, Alice Hawkins, the John Henry 4
(Bessie) Dennis' and Edna Cleare back from a Nassau vacation Problems solved with

. Constance Henderson and children down from Allen- onevisit. Please don't
town, NJ and houseguesting with the RaymondGeorgia)Scales let this opportunitypass

. . The Freddie (Sharon Dean) Johnsons are honoring their you by.Come.
first wedding anniversary and the christening of their baby girl J ,I
Fredra with a double reception August 24. The blast will beheld to:
Court at 7 in Carol City . That s
at 20821 NW 30 p.m. 16th I
4144 NW AVE.I
one-man-newspaper, who knows everySodylnd -
from your
racket, but whohas itthat Clotilda Ashe PHONE: 634-7280

and AntoS Roberts were up from Key West last Saturdayon Aug. 21-27, 1968

a Miami shopping tour!

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8 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday August 23, 1968Round I
I r Collegiate// All-Stars

About At Pre-Labor Day
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TalkBY The Bethune-Cookman Collegiate the man
: All-Stars, interna-
JIMMY tionally renowned Journey to
"SCOOP" BETHEL_ .. Advance
.... .... Miami on August 30 to render vations can
, :. ', TALK OF THE TOWN. . Louise "Pony" Williams vacationing entertainment for the Miami the
>'* in Brookline,Mass.,burt ina two car crack-up in Bos- Dade Chapter's benefit Pre- NW 17th
. I ; ton, Saturday night . Eddie (Lil' Brother) Bethel, back in Labor Day Dance "Miami also be
. : Miami and to his "third grade classes"(at Carol City Elem.) Goes Psychedelic." The All- Smith's
:f after spending two weeks in NEW York. . Grace Lee Smith Stars, recently returning froma 6540 NW
> and her daughter Kirk 1 y n, returned to Miami Friday night tour of the British West Indies Travel
: (from New York City) in time to attend the late Margie Lowe and Grand Bahamas,provided
.1' Miller's funeral, Saturday, August 17 . Carletha Robinson soul music at the Gov- Ave.To
, ; and son Melvin Jr. of Jacksonville, in Miami vacationing. . ernor's Ball and other social make
: I' Ite "candle light program" last Saturday night at Bethany gatherings on their Latin- dance, the
SDA Church, "a real cool gas." . Edward Lyons, 17 Ft. American swing sociation
: George Hill, NYC, returning home from the Funeral Directors The dance,schduled for the 8 p.m. Any
'I'" Convention, Friday. ..The Lona Mae Glenn, "Foxxy Georgia Caribbean Room of the bay- ing the ;
Girl' and Jimmie Murray(Carol City playboy)} )and baby make front Par k Auditorium, re- be
three, a popular affair. (Calls and letters aglow) quires informal psychedelic dent 8217.

attire--Nehrus, minis, mini-
minis, turtle necks, and any Get your
r- y ,A other type of "way out"dress. make
\ Prizes are to be awarded to yourself a

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: : years old, is the daughter of Mrs. Louise Harden of 798 NW
.t 43rd St., Brownsville. She's a native Miamian, a high school
j graduate with an aim to complete her college education. Rosai i
" lyn, likes "rock and roll" music, love to dance. Her favorite
;. singers are, "Sam and Dave" . Her top tune is Aretha
+' Franklin's "Ain't No Way." Ambition, is to be an exclusive II
.t model. Love life ? ? ? She's going steady.

. ." I Mr. and Mrs. Roderick(Essie) SUva
t !'VAkwroot' fet at their Carol City home on Wednesday
r tc.i. daughter's (Jolita) recent marriage to Mr.
of Atlanta, Ga. The wedding took place in
i ,. day, August 10. The couple will live in
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: >, . BETTER JOBS. .
J I. Men Women 18 and
,-.r.J" J ; Study in Your Spare Time for


: and Dave, Stevie Wonder, Wilson Pickett and Arthur Conley's ALPHA SCHOOLS
i "Big Show" at Randall Island, Aug. 31, "a must see" show P. 0. Box 905 Buena Vista
t . Esterlyn Best, 250 W. 136th St., said hello to all of her Miami, Florida 33137
friends in Richmond Heights . Abby Lincoln, star of the Or Call Mr. Fussell, PL -
movie, "Love-of Ivy" (Sidney Poitier) with her pretty "Na-
tural Afro Hairdo" at Count Basie's Seventh Avenue Club, Noma Age
I Tuesday night, where her husband, drummer Max Roach is Street-
headlining the show. . This is Jimmie Scoop Bethel saying, City County
time and tide waits for no man C-U-NX-WK. Present Occupation" Time

Diverse i

ProgramsAt KING'S GO-GO

Library ;
5625 Pembroke Road r
The Miami public Librarywill
be presenting diverse j Carver Ranches t
season.programs during the 1968-69 ;

Old favorites Florida Au- j FEATURING :
thor Nights, Great Books Dis- z :
cussion Groups, and a foreign little West'sSensational :
travel film series will be included -
in the schedule of I
events for adults. Souls

The Pierre Mande'String j ;
Quartet, the "See and Bor- '
row" film series, and special ,
feature films will also provide
hours of pleasurable leisure :
time for South Floridians. Fri. & Sat.c

Children's will :
j 9:30: UNTIL
include Christmas films, a
Halloween Story Hour, and I t SUNDAY 5 P.M. '
Puppet shows during National I ,
Children's Book Week in No- ADMISSION $

vember. j.
Owners of Tropicana, 1057
Branch libraries will also - King's Hotel
I \ 717 NW 2nd
be presenting varied programs.
For information call and Nu-King's Hotel, 459
the Miami Public Library, FR :
7-5001. :

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.--" __ MIAMI TIllF. FrMnv. An,,< 91 1QAR 0REFLECTIONS

I [Miss America Contest LoolcnlJ-forN nrn-[.ftir/c 1 :

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v ATLANTIC CITY, N.J.The Pageant officials made pub- creed."
Miss American Pageant, often lic a letter sent to Roy Wil- The year about 70,000
criticized by the civil rights kins, executive director of the annual to 3,500 local pag j
groups as a "lllywhite" con- compete for the
National Association for the by the
A 4 ': test, disclosed Wednesday thatit Advancement of Colored providing represent finals their In state

t!' 'BY DAVE BONDU had asked the NAACP for People, defending its "long to'encourage Atlantic City.Sept-No
help In bringing more Negro time policy of'no discrimination tions; to have )
ever made It to
,- girls into the pageant. because of race, color o* testants. .

By HENRY H. ARRINGTON Daughters Of Elks To
. Pinch hitting for vacationing Dave BonduIt

is somewhat ironic that attempts to convene a Black Vote DistinGuished

PowerMeeting provided a precipitatis basis for the Miami riot; i1
aftermaths of the riot Indicate very clearly that we need to The Achievement Awards teaching as a professor WI of law j'
exercise the of the King, jr., people. Mrs. 'J
power black
,particularly in our local Committee of the Grand at Howard University.In of the
elections.All walked and worked
Tempi e Daughters of the Improved another field where the Nettie B. C:1 husband, the mar-
public officials, whether elected Benevolent Protective United States Is experiencing of H
or appointed, are accountable on 0 r. Luther King Jr.
to Order of Elks of the World will the tumult and j
one or more constituencies. His behavior votes, torment of the for the selected to receive
attitudes and public conduct are influenced not only by his celebrate their 15th year of centuries, a young woman, a woman of 0 r, meeting in full 1.
personal desires, but by the expectations of those to whom he conferring on notable women mother of four children and age, valiant the difficult require
is accountable. two famous designations. The widow of the most famous Civil
up by Mrs. Nettle
annual banquet marking the Rights leader of the century ed to a -
What public officials the Grand
black white Daughter
are accountable to the
black awards will take place on Wed stands Mrs. Martin Luther the life
community as a major sphere of influence?What public nesday night, August 28 In the
official can say he was elected primarily because of the
support Grand Ball room of the Hilton
of the black community? There
are probably no officials Hotel In New York City where
who fit the above categories. However, when we ask "What the annual Convention of the c' ? _
public officials could be defeated without the support of the Grand Lodge and Grand
black voting populace we can list Issue
many. One then becomes Temple will be held beginning
how do we exert our political strength after the elec- August 23 to August 30, 1968.
tion? Our failure to do so has resulted in an attitude of com- The Emma V. Kelley Mem- '
placency by elected officials about
the black community.We orial
plaque, given to a woman
blacks are responded to in crisis situations or in situa- of eminence and unusual
tions where our "endorsement" is considered desirable for achievements, will be con- f
the effective Implementation of plans Initiated and previously ferred on Patricia Roberts

approved by the white community. During local elections, we Harris of Washington, D. C.
are courted, wooed and made promises by a massive number whose listing of firsts entailsa
of candidates for political office, ranging from candidates for wide span activities. Mrs. NASSAU CLYDE PHIL HARRIS BUTTERBALL, M.C.
mayor to constable. The faces of these persons during cam- Harris was the first Negrowoman Producer I
paign time are as familiar to the black community as the dilapidated to be made an ambassador -

housing or the rats and roaches that reside therein. serving her country with -- -
These candidates flock to the black communities, their faces distinction in that post in the : -

veiled with "lines of concern,"their lips dripping with promises principality of Luxemburg.She .
of changes when they are elected, while their eyes con- returned to the states,nows
stantly check the number of prospective voters In the crowd. e r v I n g as alternate United
These candidates for office can always be reached by tele- States representative to the
nhnne messages are delivered exnedit10uslvand rails nrnmnf. United N a t Ions l meanwhile,
ly returned on the most trival matters;speaking engagementsare Sy

accepted anywhere that a crowd of more than ten is ex
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"Any h. in the world
pected. you wont to go" ,

However, a miraculous event occurs Immediately after the TltKm catr"Your !
last vote has been counted and the election results made official. -, .
NO MOP' ,rfI08IftI7 34'' r 1
One can almost relive the saga of Cinderella at the ."
stoke of the victory celebration,these candidates are unrecog-
nizable to the black citizens. The black communities returnto

their "pumpkin"stagetobedevoured..Once elected, these T AYEL aueEau
same officials, who willingly worked twenty hours a day dur- Neighborhood Travel
ing election time, find it impossible to spare one hour of con- "
cern and activity in the black community;these same persons
who would speak to a meeting of the "Mother Goose Society" A. neat to you 01 your ,
during campaign time, find their schedules will not permit f.l" .phno. Civ* us a colt
W. d llv 1104 NW 3rd
them to solicit dialogue with black residents;these same per- Av.. FR 98451. Chat C.
sons who denounced and attacked their opponents during elec- North, Manager.
tion now"refuse"to be attacked by the"Irresponsible blacks" I4"i'i
regarding their performance in office.

Two weeks ago, these same officials, most of whom had not
been seen since election, returned to the black community to
quell the "disturbance." Some riding In limousines, some In

police cars, some In shirt sleeve, most followed by escorts ROMMEL'S ------ _
and cameramen. They came and they wondered by their pres- CLEANING SERVICE Nassau Clyde Killens will present his always popular Pre-Labor Day Night in Nassau,
ence on such an occasion did not alter the behavior of "these Floor Waxing
understand what "over Sunday; night, September 1, from 9 until at the Island Club.
people; they could not was going on Rug Cleaning
here." After all, they had promised changes months ago.,Perhaps Window Cleaning Enjoy the sounds of three bands plus Bruce Beneby and his Miami Junkanoos. Butterball
they assumed that their mere election office had reha- Residential & Business n.C. Cash prizes will be awarded for best costumes.

bilitated the black ghettos, had provided meaningful employ- 6025 NW 7th Avenue Cook at home and bring your Bahamian baskets with you.
ment outlets to black people, and had destroyed the racism 751.5771 751-0551
that pemeates our everyday lives. James Hand or fort, Owner Admission advance $2.50 at door $2.95.Call the Island Club, 374-1550 and make. your rtlervatlons. -

We do Indeed need a Black Vote Power-Conference we do .
Indeed need to enforce the accountability of elected public of-

ficials, or cease and desist our support of their campaigns.



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Merchants who advertisein

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telling you they appreciate

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you. They are courteous, ,
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ti .: .... ,.'. !' On The Scene With Miami Youth ( <. l/::" N". ..'_?_ _.)!:. I

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The .. ; i Pushed Ahead

Happening ; L Forty three acres in neighborhoods 'being remodeled BrentwOOd

, r desperately needednew l !at NW 187th St. and 28th Pl.,
| recreational facilities are 4.5 acres of property that already .

s By Garth C. Reeves, Jr. I being pushed to completion' had a pool and some

j } and being launched by Metro buildings on it which are now

I Dade County Park and Recreation ]being reconditioned. Includedare

The Black ArtsFestival brought many people out to Bayfront I Department, accord- tennis court, locker faci-
t Park on Sunday afternoon. Among them were Stephanie Frederick ing to A. D. Barnes,Director. lities, lighting, softball dia-
z who has recently returned from New York, Patricia Throughout the summer mondbasketball and 2 single

Styles, Marian Alexander, Rose Reider, Cliff B. Edwards, work has been going on to 'handball courts. The park department

Bernard Welters, Gloria Perry, Sharon Reddick and Lynnette I create new areas of play several 1 is working daily to

Richardson. | of them rushed to completion !get this area in shape at an

Among those groups performing were RichardStrachanandCharlie within a matter of months 'early date.North .
Austin who later Joined Nina Simone, Flip Wilson and on the Palmetto
> from a raw acreage beginning. Bypass
other jazz artists at the Rancher Lounge. 1 1I at Palm Springs a
One of these is a park at NW park
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I 87th Street and 17th Avenue known as Palm Springs Northis
Congratulations to Cheryl Murray whose beautiful voice
where Dade County purchased becoming one of the show-
graced the Cafe Pompei of the Eden Rock Hotel as she sang I places of the area in a "modern
4 acreas on May 16.Today, -
the Battle Hymn of the Republic and God Bless America at the type park." Featured is
| after an expenditure of$35- a
annual office
000 there is a large baseball children's mound "Fort"play
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diamond with backs top area where they can climb or
TV's Ed Sullivan was a big hit Sunday night for his show 'f | tunnel
featured Flip Wilson, The Temptations and Diana Ross and the ;: : bleachers, a play apparatus through the fortress-
like mound
1 :1 : | for small children two which was createdin
Supremes. There is a rumor going around that Diana has lost t 1 area ,
"t ,
the Plans and Designs Section
courts which include -
her voice and David Ruffin has left the Temps. E" \" I purpose -
of the Dade Parks
basketball extensive Department
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Jefferson Reaves Jr., is home from a three week vacation 4 2.i I landscaping, irrigation and a and is an original idea. As this nears completion thereis
in California, Russell Warren is visiting cousin Rose Ruden parking lot for 20 cars.Child-
i, and Lillian Ledon has good-byed New York. | ren today swarm over the area already a diamond for baseball
Sod Sittot 0t Wed that two and one-halt months clearing for a football
* * * *** * *
field parking lot and a multi
Aretha Franklin, the Queen of Soul, has awarded her good ago was a barren field. ,

housekeeping seal of approval to a group called the Dynamics. 4 Our soul sister of the week is Lillian Ledon, daughter Another neighborhood parkis purpose. A court center including building basketball will-
They are the first Detroit vocal group to ever record in Memphis Andover at NW 1st Avenueand
of Mrs Millie Ledon of 1910 NW 53rd St. Lillianis shortly rise at this new park.
and are managed by her husband Ted White. 4 209th Street three
a senior at Miami Jackson and she enjoys decoratingand The location is N.W. 176th St.
They have a new release out entitled "Ain'tNo Sun" on the acres with work
going on an
sports. She would like to attend Fisk Universityand and 78th Place.A .
Cotillion label, a subsidiary of Atlantic Records. Expect to see ma lor in Elementary Education. all purpose play court, a tot
20 acre area at NW 71st
them in the top ten ranks.
lot play area and a larger free
* * * ** * * St. and 26th Avenue is being
___ ._.J play area. Construction is
On Friday night the clan assembled at the home of patty - .jJIf'i :proceeding here rapidly.In planned as a park with ball diamonds r
tennis courts, a track, :,
Styles to formally welcome her home. the southern end of the
Some of the pretty girls on hand were Ruth Stubbs, Gala at Goulds onSW basketball courts, swimming
county a park
Brown, Ruby pace and Leola Alford. YMCA Day Camp Youths, 114th Avenue and216thStreet, pool and handball courts.This i!
* * * ** * unimproved property is being
There was a good article in the a former rockpit, is being studied by a committee of citizens
very Sunday morning
Show Talent graded, partly filled and land-
Herald's Tropic Magazine. The King of Soul James Brown ap- And SkillThe scaped. Already in are a tot from the Model City area.
peared on the cover and there was a full story on the inside. Glenwood at NW 43rd St.and 'I
. . . . . . c her YMCA culmi-their, participation throughout t lot children's play area,an all ''31st Place is a half acre tract ,
nated it's third Summer Dajf the Summer Day Camp Pro- purpose court, open play field
the of as a children's play area,
Witnessing victory the Miami Dolphins on Saturday
Camp Program "Culture and a sprinkler system. Old
night were Julius and Wesley Wade, James Ward, Wayne ......._____L ..' __ff _;_dhldl_ gram. walks benches and free open I
vines m cars were picked from
luruugii nayacu up
"Chucky" Byron, Joe Shine and Nat Vaughns Jr. Program Director, Raymon air playfield.Constructionhas
the auditorium of the YMCA, around the Goulds area to fill
* * * ** * Thornton, presented Service begun.
Friday, August 16.Performances ] in an unusually low wet area
On Saturday night Mrs. Merlene Boston threw a party in hon Awards to Grace Hunter,Jac There are acre Buccaneer !
from thus
ranged saving more fill
or of daughter Libby, who was celebrating her 14th! birthday. Dancing, Singing and Music kie Bryan, and Sandra Bryant. and serving to clean costly the Park at NW 205th St. and 32nd

Some of the pretty girls on hand were Verne Jo Pegues, Bar- Making to exhibitions and Awards were also presented to 1 general I vicinity of up Ave. has a play mound child-

bara Days and Sheila Miller. The party was given at their demonstrations in J u d o, Karate staff members, JacquettaB 1 junked ve' lcles. The eyesore Dade ren's area, parking and open

Liberty City home. Fashion Modeling, Arts 1 and and Tyrone Walton for Parks Department hauled 70 playfield.
Floyd Williams,'67 graduate of Miami Northwestern is home & Crafts and Photography. their outstanding contributionto 1 car bodies into the lowest AU parks ar either com-

for a brief visit. He is soon off to Viet Nam. Over 250 parents and the Day Camp Program. tion of the rockpit and then por-fil- pleted for 1968 budgetary
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friends had had The Carver plans being completed or
come, seen, YMCA's Fall' led over them in ,
45 OF THE WEEK: "I Can't Dance To the Music You're and once again were pleased program will begin unofficially creating the final plans with some field

Playing" by Martha Reeves and the Vandellas that the carver YMCA had August 26. It will begin officially new Goulds Park. The area is work going on. Most have

ALBUM OF THE WEEK "The Immortal Otis Redding" by presented another outstand- September 3, Monday- now 4.5 acres and an adjoining children playing on them now

the late Otis Redding ing program for the commun- Friday from 12:00 p.m.8:00p.m. ,I 7 1 acres is being negotiated and in 1969' will be further improved -

ity. It was quite evident by the And on Saturday from 9- for, to add a recreation as the Dade Park Department -

IPIIM\- .. .. ---M". ",,\1 T\. ... applause, that they enjoyed the 1 p.m. building, parking and two ball moves into critical
performances. The format of the program diamonds. areas needing more recrea-
Awards were presented tc will be the same during the Another neighborhood area tion.

the youths in the outstandingareas Fall as it was during the sum

; tution. of performances for mer. Last Chance For I

of education,has been appointed -
}c According to Mrs. Marl jo I to succeed him since Dr. School
McCormick director Registration Tues.
the! Rothberg has joined the faculty -
Upward Bound program at: of F l or Ida Technological
4 USF, the convention isbelieved All students who have not from previous schools.Junioror
University, opening this fall in
to be the first held anywherein Orlando. previously registered for senior high pupils shouldgo

the nation. Upward Bound is school should do so Tuesday, to the school they attendedlast

r a country-wide college incen- Twenty-five of the local Upward August 27, James Rice,director year or to the school to

1, tive project for high school Bound Graduates will of welfare and attendancefor which their records have been

r students from poverty areas enter UM next month on full Dade County's public sent and r e eel v e a transfer

and is financed by grants from scholarships, provided jointly school system emphasized which they shall present on or

the U. S. Office of Economic by the University and by grants These will include: before Tuesday.

Opportunity.Dr. from the.Rockefeller Founda- ((1) First graders who did not Pupils who will not returnto
Miamian Heads Upward--- Robert A. Rothberg tion and the federal govern- register this Spring These the same schools because a

I served as director of the UM ment. Total cost of these scholarships pupils should report with their new school has been established -

Bound Student CouncilA program since its inceptionlast for the freshmanyear birth certificates at the proper and/or boundary lines

summer. Samuel P. Mes- board, room, books and area school. Children who changed, were notified of this

Miami youth who will enter versity Upward Bound program L ser, UM associate professor personal expenses, is$85,850.All will be six ((6)) years of age by change in May and must re-

the University of Miami as -v- January 1 are eligible to enroll port to the new school on the

a pre-law student this fallhas Elected to begin their termof students of Miami Northwestern Senior first day of classes, September -

been elected president of the office in September were High School and their ((2)) Pupil's moving into the 3.
first state-wide Upward Bound Nelson Brown, of the University parents are hereby county since the close of It is expected that all pupils
Student Council. of South Florida Upward notified that centralized collections will be school in June. Elementary will be enrolled and ready to

John Bailey, of 744 NW 44 Bound program as president; made during the school registration periodin students should report tues- begin classes September 3,

Street, was selected at an all- Darryl Brown, representingthe August, 1968. Fees will be collected on day. Junior or senior high Rice pointed out but warned

Florida convention of the col- program at Florida Presbyterian the days that students report to school school pupils may report on that j junior and senior high
lege motivation held College as vice- to who have not
program select their class any day except Saturday or school pupils
at the University of South president; and Val Howard, schedules. It isnecessary Sunday but should be registered registered before the opening

Florida in Tampa. from Marymount College as that all Miami Northwestern students repor by tuesday day of school will not be per-

Also elected were James secretarytreasurer.At to school according to the following schedule. ((3)) pupils who have moved mitted to attend classes until

Hall from Tallahassee, vice a subsequent meeting August 28, 1968 9th & 12th Graders into another school area. Ele- the ,third day after their late
president and Dorothy Haw- held at the University of Miami
; mentary pupils
August 29 1968 11th should report registration.
kins from Tallahassee.secretary recently, the studentsra- Tuesday to the school serving Registration for most Dade
treasurer, both members tified an Upward Student Government August 30, 1968 10th Graders their new home addresses but County students was completed -

of the Florida AiM Uni Association const- need not registration.pL. .
- receive transfers during Spring


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I I'I Family. Can Get Up To $100,000 From Social' Security I I!

look Today's forward young to workers can surance under social security young-worker will not get his security retirement benefits ed, Income to the system increases money-In return for a specified -I
getting social that may mean as much as money's worth for his social worth at least 15 to 20 percent at a faster rate than premium." So while a
security retirement benefits $75,000 to $100,000 In pay security contributions.The more than their own contributions corresponding benefit liabili look at the schedule of benefits
worth considerably more than ments to an Individual family, facts show Just the opposite, toward those benefits, ties. Benefits .can thereforebe and contributions in to-
the total they will pay into social should the worker die or become he said. and that Includes an allowancefor raised without Increasing day's law assures the young
security toward that retirement disabled for work betore the Interest the contribu- the contribution rates. worker that social security Is
protection, MarshallWise retirement. Even the group of young tions might have earned. "The value of your social a good Investment, he can look
social security district workers who will be paying "And It is a practical cer- security protection grows as forward to an even greater appreciation -
manager, said Thursday.In into social security for an en- tainty," Wise said, "that they the economy grows,"he pointed In its value.
addition Wise noted that erroneous tire working lifetime, under will get a return even higher out, "unlike the usual pri- This I s true not just of his
they have sur- calculations continue to circu- the schedule of contributionsnow than that." As wage levels vate insurance contract which prospective retirement benefits -
vivors and disability In- late, purporting to show that In the law, will get social continue to rise, he explain- promises a fixed amount of Wise said, but also of his

survivors and disability pro-
tection. Specifically the fami-
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'.C caimnc tRAO[ WHICH lomrirv cm THI rnooucr or f"l CM COLA CONFMV.Rita ly of a young man who dies or
becomes disabled will get

,. benefits worth many times the
: value of his social security

Robinson : contributions.
., As an example, he cited the
situation of a young man, who
She leads the two-career life. has just now startedtoworkatage

With Coke to help her all the way.A 22 and earning $7,800 a
year, the maximum amount
successful publishing executive at Time, Inc., she's now covered by social secur-
also a devoted wife and mother of three boys. ity. Suppose he works and pays

Both careers require equal time. ; social security contributions
And yet, Mrs. Robinson manages with ease. Of course, *' until he is 35 and then dies in

she always has plenty of Coca-Cola on hand to help an auto accident, leaving
keep her going. wife, 32, and two children, one
age 3 and one age 5.
It stands to reason because Coke has the taste she His social security contri-

never gets tired of.That's why things go better with Coke. butions by that time, Wise
Two times better for Mrs. Robinson. said, will have amounted to

; better with Coke. $4,790. If you add compound
fS go .
interest of 3-3/4 percent
,.....MARR. per
?x . year, on the assumption that
? he would otherwise have. invested -
those contributions,the
S /5 total would come to $6,080.

The surviving family would
upon the death of the husband
; and father become eligible for

monthly benefits of $434.000.The .
n value of the benefits that
.... < would be paid over the years
is about $63,000, or more than
10 times the value of his social
security contributions up
t'. { to the time of his death.
The value of this young
man's disability insurance can
f't be similarly Illustrated, Wise
noted. If, for example, the
worker's accident resulted not
:. ,in his death, but in disability,
the family payments includingthe
subsequent survivor bene-
fits would amount to over$65-
1H c 000, if he lived on for only 5
years following his disability
-. much more if he survived

I. longer.
With an average life expectancy -
of 13 years more, the
present male life expectancyat
; age 65 -- and with a wife

4 I/ _ _ the same age entitled wife's
benefits (81 percent of the men
reaching 65 today are mar-
ried), the retirement benefits
payable to him and his wife
during their lifetimes will be
worth $42,860. This Is $3,160
55 54 ;:. more than the value of the con
k tributions he will have paid.
The worker now middle-
fr : s. aged or older will fare even

a 4r: : 4 6 < ty: better Wise pointed out. A
i man 50 years old this year,for
\ iN example, who has paid social
security contributions on the
i maximum amount of earnings

I iI x.. : 1/i/ creditable toward social security
since he started work,
say, In 1940,can expect to collect -
retirement benefits worth
almost 3 times'the value of his
..;';;.;'. '. social security contributions.By .

}" the time he retires at the
? 't1E < A beginning of 1983, the value of
.z his total social security contributions -
,, (counting in an
7 allowance for interest they
would have accumulated if he
had otherwise invested them)
will be $13,583.Based .
on average life expectancy
and assuming again
y I that he has a wife entitled to
wife's benefits when he
reaches 65, the value of their

.. combined retirement benefits
.. .
> ".. .. . '. will be $37,459.
If, on the other hand, he Is'
<- among the 19 percent of men
fr. reaching 65 unmarried or widowed -
I the value of his retire
ment benefits alone will be

$21,815 ,-- still over $8,000
more than the value of his lifetime -
social security contribu-
Bottled under* *the authority>of The Coca-Cola Company by the people in your town who bring you Coca-Cola tions.


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HAVE ? ,\

Youth Industries Answers as

Th'e .-

OSCAR QuestionBY WEAVER, JR. r- .4' p A' ; :-i--

The question above might be They are paid by the number
asked by hundreds otyoung of pieces repaired and the :
boys between the ages of 14 and monies derived from the }
22, and especially those In the
sources toward
go main- ,
Dade County Model Cities tainance and their salaries. "
area. Thisnine square mile also 4
They have a contract with 4 ; '
area that Is designated the %
a large air conditioning outfit : -
highest crime area,the high- for the making of filters.The s _ ...4j
est congested area,the highest group also do piece work for '
disease area and the 4tiroA
highest novelty companies for which
contributor to youth hall, and they receive compensation.Small .
many more highest labels that motors and refrigera- tr z I t r t .' ;
no one Is proud of. ;

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What Chance Have I? Hon are two fields that are to I
The wino on the street cor introduced into the pro- r

net might answer"none at all]j gram. Mr. Wallace says that ,; ,
industries are waiting on 1 *I4 .,4 .
man, none at all; white folks j
got everything sewed Sunset will find him sitting fag'

with his back to the west anda I

bottle at his feet, his second I
| There are
and third chances oft
boys in> Youth Industries, Inc. ;
stories of remorse and sell 1,
25, are at Mays High and 25 at :
Northwestern, the remainderat : a c5

headquarfers, and the num-
What Chance have I? ber is increasing weekly.Shop ,

,Pop that question to Harvey supervisor at headquarters on '
Wallace and he'll come up with 54th Street is Richard Snyder r > 'r'Y

mouth full of Youth Industries and the foreman is Edward

Inc., Mr. Wallace, who Lewis. At Northwestern is
taught In the public school sys- P. J. Turner and Ronald New

tem and DadeCountyHometor' ton. At Mays Bryant and Tur- \ I'I

Delinquents, organizer, ner. Shop supervisors have f" ,A.

counselor, supervisor father, developed safety measures in :
big brother, public relations- the handling of high speed

man, coordinator or simplythe equipment so that speed in out
man with many hats of put as well as accuracy are

Youth Industries Inc. special operation.features in all machine :

Youth Industries is 'I '
Inc. a ,
training program for boys between ""
the ages of 14-22, de- Practically all wood used is

signed to aquaint youth in the donated scrap material from a
area with the'World of Work.." lumber, companies and Ryder

The major objective being to Trucking Inc. donated flat

..c give the boy, whowouldother- bed truck. Other, Institutionsand

L wise be hanging out on the businesses have made 4w
street, an opportunity to earn contribution in different waysto
pocket money and begin to help make this stable pro-

learn a trade, business ject. ) ,
: ,
methods and financial procedures -

.. What about the boys themselves rM

? They are potentials: .
Headquartered at 18th Ave. dropouts and potential dropouts -

and 54th Street, Youth Indus- ; potential men and poten- :
tries, Inc., was! born after the tial fathers; potential citizens

phrase "BlackPower."Thethought and potential cast-offs;poten- ., -

of 2,400 potential delinquents tial wage earnersand potential ,L1.n:7v,, _
anchored In such a wftlfarers; potential businessmen .

small area prompted several and potential winos.They y
businessmen and an episcopal may become victims society 3 Ar:

priest to organize Youth Industries or men to set the patterns of w ,. -, ,
me. The nonprofitinterdenominational society. ;i

board; but it was the episcopal
priest, Rev. A. Tyrrel Dear, What chance have I?
pastor of the Church of the Incarnation If your son or the boy next

1835 NW 54th St., door should ask this question,
who talked his diocese into what would your answer be? -a 1. .HA r 4w.A tlN

launching the project.

Getting the project off thegrOUJ'Jd Needy Students May Get free School Official' Ordained I

floor was a bit chaoticfor
James W. Cash, Sr.,the assistant -
the first few weeks and
principal for administration t I .
there are still bugs and probably at Allapattah Junior Y.'.' .f
always will be. The essential Tuition At M-DJC High School was ordained to :,t ;
part, that initial step, "'\
the ministry in the Church of 1
that always'seem to elude this God In Christ. h: : 1
ethnic group, was' made in No- Miami-Dade Junior College students would qualify for the lege by washing dishes said, The associate minister and I
to officials are studying a proposal tuition waiver using the income "f m not owosingtheldeabut
vemter and has now spread director of religious educationat
for limits for set the federal is
to waive tuition fees eligibility government
the use of facilities at North- the A.M. Cohen Temple
students from low income by the federal government. handing out tremendous
western High and Mays High.
Church of God in Christ here, x
families. amount of money. Some of the
Elder Cash was ordained by
"By releasing resources programs duplicate each
The staff and the programare The waiver would mean that currently used to pay tuition other. Maybe :we're making it Bishop E.D. Johnson in Fort

integrated but Mr.Wallace some $200,000 used to grant fees," Masiko said, "We will too easy for some of these stu- Pierce.
to students be able A graduate of Booker T.
would like more assistance tuition scholarships toprovidefinanclalaidto dents.
from Negroes to establish an from low income fami a larger number of students Pawley suggested the plan Washington High School where
he taught social studies and
identity with an improved society lies. . .t! be studied further.
was guidance counselor Elder

that Negroes are helping and Mia m 1- Dade cannot now Tuition is $100 per semes- Cash did his undergraduate -
to shape America's future, meet the requests it gets for ter. M.5InVft'7UY work at Florida A&M University . Teacher-minister
in this
that they have a place and then earned hismaster's ous
financial aid he said. professional and civic
future by being prepared. Masiko said the waiver tuition L UlEIU"Vow degree Indiana organizations.

Masiko said about$200,000now would have to be part of a Neighborhood Travel University. He has done post

of the work to date is used for tuition scholar- general assistance package,* Ag.nt." graduate workat the University ANNOUNCEMENTSmall
Most to include additional loans
the ship could be freed for use as of Miami.: Fry Little Red
woodwork n.or
in the field grants or Jobs.William A. to you o your
operation of powar tools and loans, additional scholarshipsor ,.I.p,"",.. Civ Mi call. Married to a guidance coun- Schoolhouse, 6729 NW 23 Ct.,
craft. The boys have made to expand work-study pro- Pawley, college W. deliver. 1104 NW 3rd selor at Northwestern High, will open August26.Registration -
PR 98451. Choi. C. Elder Cash has two
Av. children.Hehasbeenanofficerln .
and now going on for information
contracts with Coca-Cola trustee commenting that he North, Manager.
Crate stands and bottle crates. He estimated at least 2,000 worked his way through col- numer- call 6332306.

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Outstanding Negro Co-op Leader"It's

Our Bag" August 28Father

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Albert J. McKnight, thriving bakery. The successof otherwise be so gainfully em-
Southern Consumers Cooper- the bakery is particularly ployed.
ative leader, will be in Miamito impressive -- its specialty a Father McKnight will share
r d appear on "It's Our Bag," fruitcake whose recipe is so his story of Negro co-op me-
I Channel 2, August 28, 7 p.m. secret that only a few of the thods and development with the
k" ,. and the night before,will meetat co-op's thousand members Channel 2 "It's Our Bag" au-
t the invitation of Father know its composition The dience, August 28, 7:00 p.m.,
Y .r yq Joseph Coleman, Director of Acadian Delight fruitcake has and will meet the night before
Edison Little River Neighborhood become a best seller and is with the Executive Board of the!
Center, with its Execu- now being i distributed nationally Edison Little River Neighbor-*
ifLocal tive Board at 7467 Northwest7th both through mail order hood Center and guests, to be
Avenue, Miami.Of and direct to consumersby available for questions.Regu-
R a well known candy company lar "It's Our Bag" hostess,
particular interest will
with national distribution.The Sylvia Rolle, will have as her
be the story of the development
co-op businessesses not only co-host and guest interviewer -
of the
now nationally
known Acadian earn money for their owners, Father Joseph Coleman,
Delights Ba- but provide many jobs for Director of the Edison Little
kery, Lafayette, Louisiana. black people who would not River Neighborhood Center.

Teachers Attend Economic WorkshopOLIVET I Father work McKnight's in co-ops organizational has-

resulted in the formation of

Michigan.-Anyone New York, South Carolina, Joseph Diamond, Education a number of agricultural production ATTENTIONIf
with a question about bud- Pennsylvania, Indiana, Wis- Consultant with the Missouri cooperatives; filling
geting, taxes or,even interna- consin, New Jersey, Ohio, School system will discuss station co-ops; the first Negro
tional trade. ;could get an an- Florida and many cities in consumer economics and me- shrimp fishing enterprise in
swer by stopping practically Michigan. The Joint Councilon thods of implementing econo- Delcambre, Louisiana and the Your Favorite
anyone on .the campus at Oli Economic Education coop- mic education. Acadian Delight Bakery,which
vet College from now through erates in the programming.On Several 1 members visited has made it possible for over
Newstand Doesn'fHave
August 16th. campus for the two week Marshall wire they viewed 2,000 low-Income peopleto
The reason? There are workshop are Mr. WillieJ. the attempts being made there combine their income and
fifty-four teachers consultants and efforts to produce a variety of
Wright Mr. Clifford R. by the Chamber Commerce
community directorsand Matthews, Sr., (seated center) and business community tore- "Scandalously Delicious"
administrators from all both of Miami. vitalize their trading area by competitive bakery items.

over the nation attending the Daily sessions include lec- restoring the town with the Back in 1962, when Father
ninth annual Economic Education tures by noted economists on atmosphere of the late 1800's. McKnight launched his first THE TIMES
Curriculum workshophere. the problems of the American During a study of economic statewide organization
economic system and specific growth, members of the work- Southern Consumers Cooperative
They're getting an intensive study of the price system, shop will take a field trip to he had already enlisted CALL US AT
education, from August 4, circular flow, scarcity and allocation Kellogg's Food Plant at Battle the support of more than
16, on "money matters," so of resources. Creek, Wednesday(14). 2,000 poor black farmers in a
they can pass along an under- A session on income distribution John J. Kotlark, director of backward area of Louisiana. ONCE AT
standing of economics to their personal and national, the workshop and the Olivet Inspired by these earnest
students. including savings and invest- College Community Education farm people, he trained themin
The workshop was estab- ment, was highlighted Thurs- Department, along with work- the methods of pooling their 6910421WE
lished in 1959, under the auspices day by a talk Personal in shop co-director, Carl Whea- resources so that they could
of the Mott Foundation, vestment, by Allen. ton, who is Mayor of Lexington accomplish together, what no
based on the belief that "u Felix, Educational director, Michigan, have collected one of them could possibly
America's free competitive New York Stock Exchange, materials from businesses, have achieved alone. AIM TO
economy is to survive, every New York. government, industry and
citizen must have knowledge The economic history of the foundations which they have Within two years, the organization SERVE YOU
of how the economy works and labor movement and long term distributed to members of. the was incorporatedand
how it compare s' with other trends in labor relations were workshop for resource material by 1964, had established
economies." examined Friday Monday, during the coming year. both a loan company and a -
Purpose of the workshop
continued to give teachers a
background so they can improve -
economic education in

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Attending on scholarships, . ,"" ,.
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College and Western Michigan
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workshop 3 SEWING DAYS hail SPECIAL MACHINE from ONLYWe Maryland, , : ,. ,; ; .:.. ..)>;':iftt: : .:,"t!;:;.:: j :'i'::

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movie, "Sweet Charity," by his two children and by Greg Morris of the "Mis- .

sion: Impossible" series. Sammy performs one of the key song and dance- L-r;A; .,". ..

routines, "The Rhythm of Life," in the multi-million dollar movie. .. '1' Ig1 ..
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deputy startled awake by Girodano that the burglar went Sym's wrist watch was foundin UP" ,. :'
noise shot and killed an apparent through one bedroom,then en- the suspect's pocket,police .
intruder In his home tered the bedrom in which Sym said. I ON ALL OF THE p! !
early Monday morning.The was sleeping. Sym woke, but Sym lives at the house with .
dead man, Thomas said he waited until the burglar his mother. He joined Metroin
Ballard, 27, was shot twice in left the bedroom before get- 1966 as a uniformed patrol I HAPPENINGS i
the \Jiead by Deputy Norman ting his revolver and yellingto man.
Sym, 25,who told Miami police him to stop. Ballard's last known home
he was awakened by noises, Sym said he then fired four address was the Norfolk Hotel, HOME
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grabbed his revolver and shot shots, two of which struck at 45 N.W. Fifth Ave. BACK
the fleeing man after he refused -

found in to the halt.front The yard.body was KINDERGARTEN!! KINDERGARTEN!! i WITH YOUR NEWSY !

Police said a screen from
the living room window at the YOUR CHILD DESERVES THE BEST! I NEWSPAPER :

the living room window at ,
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653 N.W. 11th Street was on : .
ground, and the glass had been BETHANY .
propped up with a pipe.A burglar -
had apparently enter: COMMUNITY I ij[ ijIimes i
ed through the window.Trainee e tamt

Labs I Whether You're 50 Miles Away !

OpenOpportun & sr : Or 1,000 Miles Away................ .... > :

The basic requirement iti es of a DAY I SPfCIALnS With SCR1pn'ONr r

trainee job is the willingnessto CARE

learn. Here are just two
such jobs listed with the CENTER : : 'a

Service.Florida State Employment i OFFER FOR STUDENTS !

(1.)An employer in Opal 2500 NW 50th STREET .
o c ka will train someone to .
learn the operation of a burlap Modern and Attractive Classrooms :
cutting machine. You must be Efficient Personnel I .CUP- FILL ", .,. ..
mechanically inclined and a
willing worker. The salary Moderate Rates : tUta JHtantt times :
and Attractively Prepared Meals :
will start at $1.65 an hour fora Balanced .
five day, forty hour week. Excellent Transportation 33147 :
: 6530 N.W. 15th AVENUE, MIAMI, FLORIDA .
(2.) A fir rain N.W. Miami -, .
will train someone to learn the Pre.School Training v SUBSCRIPTION GOOD_ O S P.1.6, 1968 TO JUNE 6, 1969 :
operation of woodworking REGISTER YOUR CHILD NOWII!! .

mechanically machines.inclined You must and willing be- REGISTRATION BY APPOINTMENT MOW! i ; 1 40 BIG ISSUES FOR, ONLY_ $4.00 I I

to learn. The salary will Beginning Monday, August 26-30, 10:00: a. m. . .. .

be$ability.1.60anhour The and hours dependingon will be to l:00p.m.-Thursday,5:00p.m.to7:00p.m.: .. Nome ................................................. .....- ...... e..

from 7:30: a.m. to4:00 p.m., September 3 1968 : School r ................................. Address..,.................... : 4
Tuesday, ,
Monday through Friday. Classes Begin ;t
These jobs and more, in For information call 634-2993 or 624-7485 : .................. State .......-....... Zip............ :' 0
City o. .
I trades you might be interested 634-0743 or 757-8147 : OS .
in and want to learn, area- Send check, cash or money order todayll!! :
vailable now. Apply at the Industrial Give Your Child the Advantage of this :. 0 j.

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With insurance... ..4r' The Continental Club

it's having every available policy

then picking the one 6000 NW 7 Ave

that suits your client best.99 ; r
Friday, Aug. 23rd

With gins.. .it's what .

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Gordon's. I find it smoother, i- ; WALTERS PRESENTS

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laughter, Joy Haxton, a teacher -
in the district school
system are enroute to the first
B a h a i Oceani Intercontinental "LET THEM TALK"P
Conference held In Sicily
"' ': follow ups to Naples,Rome and
Haifa, Israel.Oldest daughter,

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New York Is here to assist

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Named To Sat. & Sun.

Cutty SarkMarketing SAM & DAN


Look who : Post
... .. Record Album Auction
NEW YORK.-Kenneth
Washington has been named ( EXCITING NO MINIMUM BID)

just won National Sales Director of Negro -
marketing activities for
Cutty Sark Scotch Whisky
throughout the U. S., Charles Attention Teenagers
playing Bee hert, president of The
Buckingham Corporation, an- Teenage Matinee '.;

I I'Winning TickeL"STANLEY : Sark.Mr.nounced.sole U.S.Buckingham importer of is Cutty the SUN 4 PM TO 1:30:

Washington, one of
America's outstanding foot-
L. KELSON ball players, has been associated -
311 Pineway Terrace since 1963 with the J.V.

West Palm BeachS. Elliott Company, Chicago,national -
open states representative -
for Cutty Sark. In his new
Mr. Washington will
concentrate on sales planningand
1400 NE 175th St.. development of the highly

North Miami Beach important nationwide Negro
Kenneth Washington --
"Kenny" to millions of sports
LILLIAN CESPEDES fans -- became a member of
the National Football Hall of
9850 SW 82nd Terrace
Fame in 1956. From 1946 -
Miami i i 1949 he was the star halfbackon d ,
offense and defense with the P

Los Angeles Rams, a profes-
HARRY A. MURRAY JR. sional football team.

6790 SW 9th St. A native of Los Angeles ...
where he was born on August
31, 1918, Mr. Washingtonserved
as a distributor sales- a Ia
man for Young's MarketCom-
5718 McKinley St. ; pany from 1951 to 1963.Priorto I SAM BAKER
HollywoodIt's that he was with the Acme
Beer Division of Bohemian
happening all over America . more than
Distributing Co. 2. SAM & DAN ,
$3,000,000 in cash and prizes is being given Mr.Washington attended the ,
away in "Winning Ticket," the only game where Los Angeles public schools .
you have three chances .to win . Tigerino, and received his B. A. degree / 3. THE SOUL BURNERS ':"u' .
Tigerama and Election Sweepstakes.! So vote from UCLA in 1941. In addi- I
today for the Tiger (or the Ad Manager) and tion to the Football Hall of
play "Winning Ticket" as often as you like. at Fame award, he was on the ; 4. THE REFLECTIONS
: .
High School All-American
your participating Enco station.
Football Team((1935)), the All
Coast Football Team (1937- _
39)), the American Football \ 5. THE DYNAMIC AR-KAYS

Team (1939)), and in 1955 won I '
the Helms Athletic Foundation FREE REFLECTION RECORDS '

"hall of fame" award. Inl957 1
',Mr. Washington received the I
Christian Brothers award for
& Refining Company ., ',
Humble Oil best sales of brand in j., ;: '
Los Angeles . .
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t i when she was presented fifty sophomore. The'college com-
Fin Ki Linda Jean Williams, 19, a dollars and a citation which munity is saddened by the untimely -
. sophmore of Virginia State read; death of Miss Williams;
t College, was found drowned in "To a Fresh man Library and since the college is not now
. a pool last week at Red Lion Science Major in session, it,is anticipatedthat
Motor Hotel in Miami Beach. For Excellence in scholar upon reopening of Jhe
.. Miss Williams was the ship . etc. regular school year the student -
I x f I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Miss Williams completedher body will conduct an ap-
t :' ; Frank Williams Sr. of,epa: preregistratlon forms for proplate memorial in her

i locks, Fla. y the fall semester, 1968-69 name.
,An above average student, and would have reentered as a
1 both in high school and in college J
she graduated with hon
5 Service' NEW
ors from the Miami Carol City
Senior School June 1967 Gu or an
High ,
and enrolled at Virginia State I ... .."r'.!' CLEANER
College, Petersburg, Va., in
H September 011967.Matriculating LINDA WILLIAMS SPECIAL PRICE
c. .w E successfully, . she :was responsible for 50
she completed her freshman i many of the creative ideas for SI

year in June of this year.DurI I this: group . she was active 7ft. hos. EASY
ing this period she gained the and dependable." Rug Tool TERMS.
: respect and friendship of her As secretary of the Forum Uph. attachment
fellow students and instruc-Club I Linda earned the title of Ext wondi COMPLETE WITH ALL ATTACHMENTS
tors. Her extracurricula activities '"A Faithful Worker." Crevice, tool FRF.E HOME DEMONSTRATION
fI were limited, becauseof Miss Carrie L. Harrison,
her academic demands of a 1 Dormitory Counselor, states NO OBLIGATION
: first year student, to participating I that "Linda had a pleasing,
I In the Student Forum Club. The Director of this I that "she got along well with
club, Mrs. Doris H. Ridley i others: and was notably NW 27th Avenue
._ prompt and polite ."
-- -- recalls: I
. She was really the Linda's academic efforts
I' 1 Ittaa6ta{ 7tdftJ forum Club. She had more :ire noted by an award she received -
than Just an interest the club < in April of this year
2otkd itt c tlliwi 7th Ave.

Carlotta Louise Rhetta, in diamond pattern with
daughter of Mr. and Mrs CarlW. matching accessories. The Call flEA MARKET
Rhetta of Richmond Heightsand groom's mother, Mrs. W. A. c .
Wilburn Arthur Campbell, Campbell: was attired in a pink 13995 NW 7th Ave. 6819348OPEN
Jr., son of pr. and Mrs. Wil- ensemble of silk and worsted CHARLESROGERS
bur Arthur Campbell, Talla- with lace. The coat was scal- SAT.-8 AM 8 PM
hassee were married Saturday loped entwined with silver ONLY!
at Holy Redeemer Catholic thread. Both wore corsages of SUN. 9 AM 7 PM
Church Miami with Arch- white
cymbidiums. AT PL 1-7502
bishop Cole man F. Carroll The bride g r a d u ate d from
celebrating the Nuptial'Mass. Notre Dame Academy and FOR A GOOD BUY ON A
The Reverend John ICiernan Atlanta.The
S. S. J. assisting. Mr. bridegroom, graduated from PIANO ,
Thomas Jones was Commen- Morehouse College, Atlanta STEREO OR ORCHESTRA
tator-lector. and earned a master's degree INSTRUMENTS. SHOES
Carlotta is the maternal from Springfield College
granddaughter of the late Dr. Mass.
and Mrs. W. A. Chapman, and After a wedding trip to Jamaica -
-, the paternal granddaughter of the couple will residein $299
Mrs. ,Virginia Rhetta and the Albany, Ga.Outoftown.
late Joseph W. Rhetta of Chi guests were

cago. Mrs. Virginia S. Rhetta, Mrs. ,
The bride wore a formal James C. Rhetta, Jr., Lisbon Many Styles & Colors
length gown styled with Venice Rhetta and Mr. Gordon Hud-
lace empire bodice featur- son, Chicago; Mrs S. M. ,
ing a scoop neckline and brief Lewis, Dr. Margarita Rubio, Sizes For All Boys .' w
sleeves. A two inch band of and Mr. and Mrs. John Hill,
pale pink velvet encircled the Atlanta; Alicia McIver, Bain- and Girls
bodice and fell in two long bridge, Ga.; Mrs. Johnnie M.
streamers from a flat bow Robeson, New York; Mrs. M. - - - - - ---- -- - -
down the back. Upon her head, A. Campbell, Mrs. B. L. Goings 1I COUPONMEN'S
a matching mantilla edged in Dr. and Mrs. William !

white lace over pink ribbon and Stewart, Jacksonville; Attor- : OR LADIES
scattered pink and white ap ney and Mrs. E. W. Rhodes
pliques cascaded over an and Mrs Alverta Newsomeand .
aisle-wide cathedral train of Joseph: Newsome, Philadelphia i I'WE : SWISS WATCHES
Illusion. Carlotta carried a ; Mrs Maude Sands,
bouquet of white pompoms and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hunter,
glomellias and in the center Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jenkins,
pink sweetheart roses. and children,Kathleen,Chris- ELL HAPPINESS i $399
Mrs. Benjamin(Sylvia)Gil- tine and Harold, Jr., Dr. and
ford served as matron of honor Mrs. W. P. Foster Tallahassee AMERICA'S LARGEST DISPLAYAt
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and Selena Hall Houston Alice Mlckens tfc cr di NrtK fowth l pr 'w y
; Mrs. Mrs.
Texas, maid of honor Brides Alice Moore, West Palm :
CORNER N.W. 54th ST. ft N.W.3rd AVE.
maids were Jewelle McIver, Beach; Edna Calhoun, Washington Phone 751-7502 2 Year Guarantee 1r.rr..r.rrarrrrrrrrrr
Lanette Williams, Miami; and D. C.; Mrs. Effie -
Or 2010 Biscayne Blvd.FR7-0401 Broward J Z.SI31 i
Mrs. Arthur (Carol) Johnson Franklin Mr. and Mrs. '
Atlanta. Lishm"Enefa( Chi- Agustus Franklin, Lillian rill OIIIVIRY ANYWNIIC IN U.S.A.
cago was flower girl. Franklin and Keven Franklin INrr.lAUDIROAltt10ai.lASOlASBlVD.JAS.3mMakes I REMNANTS1Otd
All of the attendants were Eatonville. .
relatives and college friendsof A reception followed at the
the bride. home of the bride's aunt and
.. The maid and matron of hon- uncle, Dr; and Mrs. W. A. BRAND JJ' 1.
or wore A-line white gowns of Chapman Jr. NEW 7 ): Z'A' !All
cotton and silk ottoman trim- 1968 ?? 4I' ;,f i
med with white Venicelacethat -.

velvet.was Each interlaced dress had with an pink ot- RETURNS FROM VIET NAM $22 t'-' T: Up to 10 yds in length

toman train trimmed with Staff Sargent Leroy Taylor
Venice lace and velvet with returned to the states after a Easy Term t {- Perfect For Children'sDresses
similar trimming. The bride- tour of duty in Viet Nam. Sgt. Sews Button
maids wore pink ottoman Taylor, a member of the U.S. Buttonholes Blouses etc.
dresses of the same design. Air Force, was met at the air- Blind Stitches

The flower-girl wore a pretty port by his wife, the former Monograms I ? ', Ir ____ Sunday I to 4 p.m.
bouffant dress of pink organdy. Lillian Merchant, and his
Each carried plateau sprayed daughter Jacqueline. He and For free
Live 5 Piece Band
pink baskets with pink roses, Jacqueline were seeing each home demonstration

asters and little cornflowers other for the first time. CALL 625-1261 WE TAKETRADE INS Free Pony Rides
Sgt. Taylor is the son of Sam
Eugene Campbell, Talla- and Ophelia Taylor of 16131
hassee, brother of the groom N.W. 18th Pl., Opa-Locka. REPAIR SPECIAL For the Kids ;
was best man. Benjamin J.
He will be here visiting his
vpit Gilford, James.C. Rhetta and relatives and friends before he Clean, Oil, Adjust Free Records
Ozzie Ingraham ushered. and his family depart for dutyat
For her daughter's weddingMrs. Ent. Air Force Base In 98C Call 6257267ABBEY Free Orchids
Rhetta wore a pink silk Colorado Springs in Sept.
worsted princess line dress Sgt. and Mrs. Taylor are DOMESTIC to the First 100 Ladies
with stand-up collar encrested products of Miami North- 15982 NW 27th Avenue .
with pearls rhinestones western Sr. High.


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Back Wages Found Due In Miami j

rr 14Lir -. Area Total $830.912. :
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I ) ; BROTHERS The Miami office of the He announced that 3,364 I found for the 4-state area in t
Wage and Hour and Public Con- workers who were paid at which he administers these
tracts Divisions(WHPC),U.S. hourly rates lower than the ap- acts reached $10,135,542 for j
Department of Labor, duringthe plicable federal minimum the period July 1,1967 through
fiscal year ending June 30, were due $312,979; 3,862 em-' June 30, 1968. ,
1968, made investigationswhich ployees were due$509,664 because He reported that 31,684 .
show that workers in they had not been paidat
workers in Florida, Georgia,
the area were paid $830,912less least one and one-halftimes North Carolina, and South
than the wages requiredby their regular rates for hours Carolina were due $3,657,800in
the Fair Labor StandardsAct worked in excess applicable minimum
wages; 45,310
(FLSA), Walsh-Healey overtime provisions. of the were underpaid $5,868,904 for
Public Contracts Act, and the
law.He overtime hours; 837 were due
McNamara O'Hara Ser- said that workers cover- $177,109 under the equal pay
x vice Contracts Act. ed by the Fair Labor StandardsAct provisions and
; 2,423 were underpaid -
d___ ____ _ Clem J. Denicke, supervisor and its amendments priorto $431.648 under the
DOING THEIR THING -- James Brown, popularly known as "Soul Brother of th e WHPC Divisions'field February I, 1967,must now provisions of'the McNamara-
No. 1 and Vice Fresident Hubert office at 1527 Federal Of- be paid at least $1.60 an hour OHara Service Contracts Act.
H. Humphrey held
a "swinging soulsession" fice Building, 51 SW 1st Ave- plus one and one-half times Huettner also
recently in the Watts section of Los Angeles. Brown said Humphrey'civil nue, Miami, Fla. 33130 announced their regular rate for hours investigators assigned reported to that the

rights record, and his new i ideas and programs for the black communitwere the figures for South worked in excess of 40 in a 13 Wage-Hour field offices in
ty work-week.
Employees newly
the best of the candidates seeking the presidency. Dade and Monroe counties. covered as of February 1, the region found 1,292 minors
employed in violation of the
Denicke said the back wages
1967, must now be paid at least
were found to be due employees $1.15 an hour and time and child-labor provisions of the
covered by the federal act FLSA in non-agricultural investigations -
one-half for hours in
Graduation excessof
I Exercises- Set in 496 establishments checkedby 40 in a workweek on Feb- .

For Senior Maine) his staff members duringthe ruary 1, 1969. Hotel, motel Publications explaining all
- -- - . . "' ,v J: 12-month period.He stated and restaurant, and certain phases of the FLSA, including
On Thursday, August 22, at Beach that many employers volun- other minimum overtime
and Vice Mayor EarlM. Dade County is one often employees are exempt wage pay,
12 noon, 40 Seniors,ranging in S tames of Metropolitan cities selected to participatein tarily paid the back wages UDder from overtime pay provisions record-keeping, child labor,
from 57 to 81 supervision of the U. S. of the hazardous occupations
age years years, Orchestra will perform under this most significant FLSA.
will receive certificates and the direction of Mr. Russell pro- Department of Labor and that Henry A. Huettner, WHPC Equal Pay Act, and the Age
begin working again.Under the Wood, Greater Miami Phil- ject.Graduation Certificates will court litigation is pending in regional director, Atlanta, Act, are available without cost
auspices of the Senior Aides harmonic Orchestra. be presented by Senator Cain. other cases. said that back pay figures from the address listed above.
of the Senior Centersof . .
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Dade County, Inc., these I --
forty participants are the firstto
enroll in this pilot program

funded Federally and aided COME TO SEE US ATJOE'S LOOK
with local funds. The Florida
State Employment Services
helped in the screening and ap- MOM
plication taking of the Seniorsfor MARKETSTHERE ffl
such community service 3

jobs as Friendly Visitors, IS ONE NEAR YOU
Neighborhood Workers, Rec- w DAYSONLY
reation Aides and others.
Senator Harry P. Cain, FINE GROCERIES & MEATSWE :.9s
president of the Board of Directors -
Dade County, Inc. will preside'

at Greetings the Graduation will be extended' WISE POTATOCH1PS Has a SALE That Just Won't Wait!!

Mayor Stephen P. Clark of the AND SNACKS Beautiful Antique Satin Drapery
City of Miami, Mayor Jay Der-
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Mrs. Ethel Jamison of 1245 OBITUARIESCORRECTIONS

I. CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS memoryofmydearhusband NW 41st St. died Aug. 19.Ser-

vices were held Wednesday at : Mr. Marcus

11 a.m. in the chapel. She is Lewis, of 1944 NW 3rd. Ave.,

I r survived by one brother Bob Miami, who died August 1, is

Nobles; one niece, Mrs. Ollie survived by his wife Mamie

of the late
The remains
the family of the late loving memory of our family of the,late Mrs. Katherine Codgell of Mrs. Elizabeth Bradley, of

:., ; HUBERT C. JOHNSON dear wife and sister. .. ,' ,,._. 1740 NW 55th St. died Aug.
..._. .' AI 149 N.W. 11th Street is being
--"'-> q gd y ....
\ who passed to the great beyond
f, ,) .;'-,. 18. Services will be held Wed- shipped to Monticella, Fla.

July 30, 1968. .{ nesday, Aug. 20 at 3 p.m. in Friday Aug. 23, Mrs. Bradley
We take this method to ex-
the chapel. She is survived by died August 18.She is survived

.'.. press our sincere thanks to her husband, Walter C.; one by her husband, Lawyer L.
for their
i each and everypne
cousin Rev. Fred
sister Ceveria
kind thoughts, cards, letters, : \ Bradley, one ,
\ . mother Rosa Davis
Brown ,
> ,
! '. \ telegrams, florals, donations l Mrs. Theresetta Williams
.' father Moses
of every kind great and small. \ Cohen of 5405 SW 20th St.,Hol- ,

I To St. Agnes Episcopal rJ'ti ERNEST RUSSELLwho lywood, Fla. died Aug. 15.Services The remainsof late Mrs.
Mamie of 2530 N.W.
.1 Church, the Laymen League, also to Father Lambert Sands 65th St., are being shipped to
Church Rev.L. .
. departed this life August Temple Baptist ,
wonderful Madison Florida, August 24,
for that eulogy officiating. ,
29, 1965. A. Thompson,
which will be Mrs. Morgan died August 16,
never forgotten.
ft : : Your memory lingers on. She is survived by three
; /1' j is survived by one
: She
Also tothe pastor St. Mary'sWM. . ..."' . daughters, Adrian Bishop,
Church its leaders and daughter, Mrs. M. Williams,
BAKER Clark Inadell
CARLTON Victoria Russel and Family Elizabeth ,
stewardess board, to the one sister, Mary L. Brown, six
this life t Na-
who departed August --- Honeycutt; three sons
Bethel Williams Funeral departed this life August aunts, four grandchildren; anda
3, 1968 wishes toexpressslncere taniel Cohen, Eugene Thompson -
Home. May he rest in peace. 26, 1966 thanks to our many IN MEMORIAMIn and Edwin Thompson; four father,Joseph Smith.Repose

and light perpetual shine upon Two years have passed since sad but loving memory of great grand-children;two sisters 2 p.m. Friday.

him. you have gone, but not forgotten friends neighbors for their our beloved husband, father ; two brothers; one aunt; Bernard James, Jr., of 611

thoughtfullness and acts of and grandfather. nieces, nephews N.W. 1st Court Apt. #10 died

Evelyn K. Johnson, wife your memory still lingers on kindness shown during our August 19. He is survived by

Anton and Carl Johnson, sons hour of sorrow. Julius Edwards of 418 Railroad his father, Bernard James,

; Leon E. Kelly, stepson Mr. Clarence Donaldson Your prayers, visits, gifts, Avenue, Homestead,died Sr., mother, Ella B. James,

t ; husband cards, telegrams and flowers Aug. 13. Survivors Include his two sisters, Mary Ann and

I f: + Mrs. Ruby Houston and sustained us g r e a t fu 11 y and wife Lula; two sons Lawrenceof Gloria James, one brother,
: IN'
f. Ella J. Mays, sisters will forever linger with us. Four Oaks, N. C. and Er- Carl James; two aunts, three

c : For a loving mother,grand- A special thanks to PrinceW. nest of Benson, N.C.Arrange uncles, two grandmothers;one

' mother and grea t grand- IN MEMORIAMIn Roberts, the entire ments are incomplete. grandfather. Funeral arrangements -

mother, Triumph Church family and are Incomplete.

. -- -- loving memory of staff of Range Funeral Home. Edgar Hunter of 1535 NW 1 Funeral services for the

j, May God bless all of you. PI., died August 19. Serviceswere late Mrs. Lilly Mae James,of

.: MRS. LENA HIGGS ', .: held Thursday at 11 a.m. 17623 Homestead Avenue
"1 A who died August 11, 1965. Mr. and Mrs. Coy L. Baker '' in the chapel. Perrine, will be held 4:00 pm

She leaves to mourn four parents; Mrs. EmmaJackson,
It with the Rev. E.J. Sheppard
: t daughters; three sons;grands, sister, (Brooklyn, N.Y.); Mr. RANGE officating. Mrs. James died

and g rea grands.. We loved and Mrs. Oliver Baker, brother JOSEPH JOHNSONwho
James Clark of 6234 NW 14 August 16. She is survived by
r her but the Lord loved her and sisterinlaw MI- this life
departed August
4 Ave., died August 14. He Is her parents, Pearl and Harry
best; Sleep on mother. ami; Mr. and Mrs.Horace Ba- 20, 1967. Since God has called survived by his parents Mrs. ballard, four sons, Edward
ker brother and sisterinlaw to be with him in
) you ,
Annie Oliver and Mr. Albert Miller Emory Michael and
. ( Phila. Pa. Mr.and Mrs. heaven and around the
Mrs. Betty DingleIN ; snow lark
.: ; two brothers Albert, Joseph James, three sisters,
Charleshem sister-and bro white throne God knows how
\ ,
r Jr. and Bernard Brandham; Mrs. Bertha McCray, Jessie

, -"' ther-in-law, Miami. much we miss you,never shall an aunt, Mrs. Emma Cone.He Bejamin Catherine Moore,

, -- .- MEMORIAM. your memory fade. was removed to Girard, Ga., nine nephews, nine nieces,and
CARD OF THANKSThe Loving thoughts shall always August 18 for final rites. two grandchildren.

JESTINA LLOYD wonder to the spot where you
family of the late Mrs Novella Hartman of
"who died 26 1965. 4ENOS
August were
1408 NW 53rd St.died at Jack- Mose Thompson of 666 NW

God sees when the footsteps MRS. ANNIE M. EDWARDS Mrs. Willie B,Johnson,wife son Hospital, August 13. She 13th St. Apt. # 4, died August f'c

falter M is eternally grateful and Mrs.Jerlene Paschal, daug. is survived by two dear 19. He Is survived by two
r'' When the pathway has grown Mrs.Bettye Coffee daugh.
thankful for the various expressions friends, Nola StudstillandAnn, .sisters, and two brothers.
too steep. Mrs. Roscella Leavity
,I of sympathy. For Carter. Services in the chapel. Funeral arrangements are incomplete -
When He touches the weary eye daugh.
each word spoke, or written .
lids Mrs. Ftealia Mitchell Earnest Robinson of425NW6th
each lovely floweror Willie C. Thomas, of 1411
And give his dear one sleep. message; daugh. St., Apt. 37 died at Jack-
telegram each tasty bit of N.W. 71st Street Apt. # 8 died
But oh tis glad to of her. ; Mrs. Luc ilia Berger,daugh. son Hospital August 16. He Is
food of each August 19. He is survived by
gift money pray-
When we are troubled sore Charles and Tommie, sons survived by his wife Luberta;
er-spoken or unexpressed two sisters, Mildred F. Hill
Thanks to the God that such ; grandchildren and great a son Earnest.; a daughter,
1 accept sincere thanks. and Eva Thomas Seale, one
has been, grandchildrenIN Carmen Thompson; two step-
thanks and brother James Thomas Jr.
Deeper gratitudego ;
Altho she is no more. daughters, Florence Murphy
to Rev.S. L.Gay,Dr.Henry MEMORIAMThe Funeral arrangements are incomplete -
j missed three and Juanita Mitchell;four sis-
Sadly by
FRANK GIBSON C. McDowell and Rev. Joseph family. of the latex ters, Rosa Hayes, Ada Camp
: ; daughters, Mrs. Lillian Rolle, Patterson for their beautiful
Mrs. Lylene McKinzie Mrs. who departed this life August bell, Do r e t h a Robinson and
words of and
inspiring eulogy; Funeral services for the
17 1957. Robinson. He will be
Selena Lloyd Sanders, three to Mrs. A. Range and her staff late Miss Idell Pollox, of 316
Lillian O master let me walk with removed Aug. 22 to Tallahassee -
grandchildren, Mrs. thee for their efficient services.To S.W. 5th Ave.,Homestead,will
for final rites.
Richardson, Mrs. Carolyn all thousand thanks. be held
a 3:00 p.m., Saturday,
Adams, Mr. Richard (Ricco) In lowly paths of service free, Dr. William R. Campbell of August 24,at the Shiloh Baptist

Saunders and 15 great grand- tell me thy secret; Daughters and sons-in-law: 651 NW 49th St.. ., died at Church in Homestead. Miss
children and a host of relativesand Help me bear the strain of toil North Miami General Hospital
Annette and Leon McNeal
the Pollox died August 17. She is
fret of
friends. 19. He Is survived his
Hazel and Robbie Aug. by
, survived by her mother,Daisy
f Mrs. Essie Gibson and
wife Evelyn two children An-
M. Pollox, four sisters,
IN MEMORIAMIn Family gela and William,Jr.;two brothers Beanie Bradley, Patricia A.

MEMORIAMIn James and Nathaniel; Oralee Pollox and
loving memory off Shielbry,
two sisters Tereatha Brown
1. '. .i.1ii Fannie M. Johnson, four
1: 'I! : sadbuylovingmemory and Ethel Johnson. Services
w of our loving husband father brothers, Booker T. Charles,
IN MEMORIAMIn will be held Friday, at 2 p.m.
James and John K. Pollox.
grandfather and uncle. JAMES BOOTH at Mt. Zion Baptist Church.

sad but loving memory of ___ .-.. \--:11 wishes to thank their many ADD FLAVOR TO FRANKS
I ., friends for all acts and deedsof Mrs. Albena Johnson of 421
and sister Frankfurters are an
our dear mother ever-
NW 52nd St., died August 19.
kindness rendered them

f ; : k during their period of be She is survived by two step- during popular barbecue choice season., especially For a

thanks to daughters, Lillian Sweetingand
reavement. Special
'" : ., tasty variation, serve frankfurters -
4; the pastor, officers and mem- Hilda Randolph; two In buns topped with this

{ ... ,: .,..." bers of Greater Bethel AME grandsons Warren and Dwayne flavorful sauce. Mix 2 table-
a ; .t' ' Church, and the Range Fun- Bryant; four granddaughtersLenora spoons mustard with 1 Jar

, Q eral Home. May God bless you. Bryant, Ladonna Ash- Gerber Strained Prunes. The
; ,: by and Wilette and Paula
.. ..... . ... ; ; Smith result --a delicious sauce that
- "- '.i : Mrs. Lillie Booth mother ; an aunt Mrs. Turpia
,\ ..,. .4 the entire family,even the tod-
MR. LAMAR SCOTT Ingrahara. Services Saturdayat
'' and family
dlers will
who died 22 1968. . ... 1 in Cohen enjoy.
July .... .. p.m. Temple,
t. Since you've been gone there ...,. .::' : ,.i ..' .\: ) .N. EA STEVENS Rev. Jacob Cohen officiating.
Isa vacancy that cannot be fill- .'
- Tommy Jackson of 5431 SW

ed. I. GEORGE KLATCH 18th St., Hollywood, died Sun- Thurston Newton of 601 NW FINESTPRINTING
Gone, but never will be for- ....J(.. .,...; day in Miami as a result of an 1st Ct., Apt. 6, died at Jack-

, gotten. May rest in peace. son Hospital Is
you who departed this life August automobile accident. Services August 20. He

Mrs. Lillie Mae Scott, wife MRS. EMILY FERNANDEZwho 22, 1966.Aprecious. will be held Saturday, August survived by his wife, Eugenia
and Family one from us is goneA 24, at 3 p.m. in Gethesemane three brothers, Thurman SERVICE

departed this life August Baptist Church, Hollywood. Thaddeus and William; three
voice we loved Is stillA
22 1964. He is survived two sisters, Elma Henry Thera
place is vacant in our home by sons, HERE'S PROOF YOU'LLLIKE
the family of the late Gone, but not forgotten. May The world can never fill Philepe and Maurice;his par James and Thetis Howard;five

\ jr MRS. CARRIE PHILLIPS her soul rest in peace,and may Father, In Thy gracious ents Mr. and Mrs. Arthur uncles, Solomon and Ira New- OUR PRINTING
i light perpetual shine upon her. Jackson, Sr.; four sisters,Ar- ton and Elliott, Lincolian and
wish to thank the many friends keeping
lena Dingle, Mamie Ruth Wal- Gus Pugh; three aunts Theola and. our customers come back!
and neighbors for their sincere Leave me now Thy servant
Mrs. Victoria Moss, sister lace, Mercedes Roberts, and Jones, Louise Williams and
sympathy cards telegrams sleeping Miami Times
i flowers and deeds. Arlington, Thomas and Evelyn; one brother Rev. Ar- I W. Wesley. He will be re-

i. Japhus Moss, brothers The Family thur Jackson Jr.; one grand- moved Douglas,Ga.for final \

._ :.The Family. ,. O. Lawrence, son-in-law mother, Mrs. Eldora Jones. rites. Call OX 10421

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Miami i i City Manager M. L. Reese kids with golfers during the Billy
Eckstine Invitational tournament which was part of the festivities of the
NATRA convention which was held in Miami August 14-18. Miami-Metro
Department of Publicity and Tourism Photo.
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'herer estimates that she and six members of her group dis Father Of Dr. King;
ributed over 50,000 "Use Your Vote" lapel pins to delegates
cwsmen and others attending the Republican Convention in
Miami Beach. Firm which makes the product (toothpaste) has Says Death Was Plot
made hats bumper strips and pins with no commercial on them
vailablc to the League of Women Voters nationwide.
ST. PA U L The Rev.Dr. phone calls he had received he "Not this year, but it's goingto
I FRUIT FLOAT IS AFTERNOON TREAT Martin Luther King Sr. said "can look in on these and see happen."
Monday the assissination of that it was a plot." He addedhe He rapped legislators for
Warm days and cool drinksare of Gerber Orange, Apple, Ba- his son was the result of a plot didn't care what happens"to working with a "stopped
natural go-togethers. Fora Juice and with small I l
nana top rather than the work of one the man who's supposed to clock" and said"We're blam-
simple refresher when scoops of orange or lemon]l have killed my son."He added ing the President for too muchof
friends drop in on a hot after sherbert. Garnished with man.The 69-year-old Baptist the hope that man "would not what is wrong.BABYWEAR .
sprigs of fresh mint,these ap- minister also claimed that the be electrocuted.Idon't believe Northwest'V'
noon, serve tempting Fruit petizing floats look as good as i death of President John F. in capital punishment Be-
Floats. Fill half full FOR TRAVELING
glasses they taste. Kennedy and Sen. Robert F. sides, what good whould it do j,
Kennedy were the result of now?" Although babies generally
plots. The Atlanta, Ga.,church- sleep most of the time in mov-
"No one man took my son's man spoke at a fellowship ing cars, comfortable, dry
life," the Rev. Dr. king said. breakfast sponsored by Shiloh clothing will do much to keep
"No one man took any of the Baptist Church in St. Paul. them from getting fussy.Fre-
three lives. It's going to be The Rev. Dr. King called quent changes from a good
proven. I don't care what any politics "nasty. filthy and supply of absorbent, cotton i
one says.-I know" messed up." He predictedthat baby shirts such as those made //
SOLID The Rev. Dr. King said that a black man will be by Gerber Products Company, I i
from all the letters and tele- president of the United States will help to keep baby cool .
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. 24 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday. August 23, 1968 ,,
:i Fashion Wagon
I, ,. Rev. Roscoe Jackson,pastor Rev. L.A. Thompson, pastor Helping HandA
I., .. iis4r Willie J. Beard, reporterWe elsie Douglas reporterOur
t. \". the officers and mem- pastor, was able to wor- Fashion Show-Dinner and The Brother's Two. plus the
. ,c.t 11 bers of the Sunday School ship with us in both morningand live entertainment willbeheld No. 2 Choir and Male Choir of

I.t .f. BTU, wish to take this oppor- evening services on Men's Saturday, August 24, 8 Mt. Carmel, Rev D. A. Brad-

.::' tunity to thank each and everyone Day. the Bonded Agency's Hall, ley, Amos
.II who participated: and Chairman Deacon Prince 4150 NW 7th Avenue Sponsored Fludd, Mrs. ',Olarissa Smith,
C I', 'attended our Se3sonal Tea last Hepburn, and co-chairman, by the No.3 Usher Boardof fashion advisor.
Sunday Thewri n n e r s were: deacon C.W. Young, express Mt. Carmel Baptist Church, You may get your tickets by'
f ,: For the bestdecorated table, sincere thanks to St. Mary'sW. this will beafundraisingshow calling Mrs. Smith at 754-

. = re'n the Summer season, with Sis- Methodist Church Male to help Mt. Carmel get its new 1957; Mrs. Carrie Shaw, 691-

Iou[ 3n (!SHjurrlj I uu aud ters Louise Jackson, Sr. and Chours, who render music for church under way. 3780; Mrs. V. Dixon, 634-
: Louise Jackson, Jr.along with the occasion, and to Rev. I.W. You will be entertained by 7732; Bro. Amos Fludd, 373-
.1\ Sis. Vineta Green as sponsor Hepburn, speaker. that fine singer and piano player 4012; We cordially invite ah
t. \ and captains Second place The trip around the world, Mr. Jesse Smith of Miami to come out and have a good
) \ went to the Winter season with sponsored by the Men's Day Springs newest rest and lounge time.

Lg\ \ What's To Be Expected At Sis. Fannie Zackery, Maxine committee was cancel on account -
Lewis, Bobbie J. Nlxson and of the riot curfew, will DRAKE MEMORIAL

Bro. Willie Ellison and spon- be September 6, sponsored by Rev. Jarius Dunn, pastor MILLROCK
ill;- : National Baptist Convention sors and captains. the Male Chorus. Rev Andrew Jackson, pastor

i' Yt' r Willie J. Beard, supt., S.S. We extend our deepest sym The Pastors Aid observed Ola Ferguson, reporterWe
, ,'", Brother Yalter Anelin... nresi- pathy to the families of our their second anniversary on will hold our services
t ;-: ; It Is expected that the Convention cent book,Unholy Shadows and dent, BTU. choir director, Deacon Reben last Sunday. Many thanks to the at'Hope Well Baptist Church,
V.:, ( will continue its emphasis Freedom's Holy Light, by its The president, officers and Hepburn, and Sister Theresa following clubs; Zion Hill second and fourth Sun-
;, 'I"' on better race rela- president, Dr. J. H. Jackson, members of Choir No. 1 will Cohen, a member of No. 1 Baptist Church, St. Marks day starting Sunday, 1961 NW
:: : tions, Christian patriotism, as its position. begin celebrating their Anni- Choir. Baptist Church and St. John's 62nd Street.
t : and a continuing program of There will be reports and versay Friday, August 23 and Sister Annie Matthews still Baptist Church Everyone is invited to come
rl '( civil rights through law and evaluations of the recent conclude Sunday afternoonwith at Jackson Memorial Hospital The President, Sister Berry and worship with us.
11 order. As a religious body the meeting of the World Councilof Musical programs. A don't forget to pray for the sick and all the members thank Prayer meeting every
I :, National Baptist Conven- Churches in Uppsala, Swe- cordial invitation is extendedto and shut-ins. Rev. Wade of St. Marks for the at 7:30
Tuesday p.m.
t t << tion has insisted In relating den, and on Viet Nam. It is expected each of you to attend. sermon that made our hearts

( *: .' the Christian message to the that unusual emphasiswill Deacon Dizzy Hood, presi- FRIENDSHIP burn withinusandthebeautiful ST. MARY'S
< ", social, economic,and political be placed on the coming dent. music rendered by the choir of
I' \:; problems of the times. While national elections because of Remember this Sunday is Rev. J. E.Jenkins,pastor St. Marks. Rev. H, V. Stuart, pastor
)' ;1 it always emphasizes Individual their significance for the future the deadline for paying your Rub y Lee Carr, reporterOur Thanks to all who gave of The Male Chorus will sing
'Ii, -, salvation, it also lays of America as a govern- fare to attend the National get well wishes are ex- their time and money to make all day. Usher's Board No. 2
;(i' great stress on the social gos- ment of the People,by the peo- Baptist Convention in Atlanta, tended to Sister Yolanda John- the anniversary a sucess. will serve during the 11 a.m.
r't<. pel. ple, and for the people. Georgia. son in Christian Hospital and Dinners will be sold on and usher board 1 will serve
(.f This convention is distinguished Among the many speakerswill Sister Arrie Bell Lawrence in Saturday beginning at noon. during the 6 p.m. services.
b by its combination of be Bishop Hickman of the Mercy Hospital and also to Please help the boy scouts The trip around the world

:!(; civil rights and civil responsibilities'reenforced AME Church and Mayor Mc- Deacon George Butler who finish their project.We sponsored by the Women's Day
, ,;(" : by a Cree of Flint, Michigan. MT. CALVARY suffered a serious eye injury.We were happy to have the committee will be Friday,
The theme of this 88th were happy to know that Aug. 23 buses will leave the
2 strong faith in the Negro race, session Murray family worship with us ,
i .1,'"l in the nation, and in the gospel of the Convention is"The the son of Sis. Jessie Jenkins on last Sunday. Deacon Green church at 8 p.m.Donations are
t '::. of Jesus Christ. It has,therefore Relevance of Jesus Christin Rev. Atchison Beal pastor who under went surgery has attended morning worship on 100. For an enjoyable even-
.i, never preached the the Great Society." The Phyllis reporterThe recuperated, and returned to last Sunday, he is thanking all ing, please spend it with us.
School needs the
: : gospel of inferiorityoftheNegro theme itself indicates both a Sunday his base in Ft. Benning, Ga. members and friends for their Let us continue to pray for
of adults
race nor accepted without 'concern for historic and cur- support at every Sun- Our deepest sympathy is extended prayers,cards and visitations. all our sick and shut-ins. A
t >, challenge the dogma of white rent social problems. It also day 9:30. to Sister Mary Bentleyin Please continue to visit and special prayer for all members -
sick and
> "., supremacy indicates the commitment of shut-ins.Please pray for the the loss of her mother and pray for the sick and sut-ins. of St. Mary's who are in
1. In 1967 at its Denver meet- :the church to the leadershipof to Deacon James Lewis in the the armed forces.
ing, the National Baptist Con- Jesus Christ in the solutionof Sunday morning" is "MarkMen's loss of his aunt in Moultrie,
A wonderful timeis
vention adopted the most reNEW -' the problem of human society Day. Ga. GREATER NEW BETHEL
being planned.
', Rev. Griffin and congregation Rev. W.K. Smith, pastor NEW PROVIDENCE
; II CHRIST EPISCOPAL Alice S. Irving, reporterYou I
will render services at
Rev. C. J. Burney,pastor
SHILOH are invited to attend a
3:00 p.m.) Canon Ti:;, R. Gibson, rector Arsula Edwards,reporterThe
Rev. A. M. Griffin, pastor ST. PAUL Deacon Grady Mann is seri- Antoinette Silva, reporter tea at the home of Deacon and Trustee Board will observe -

i Cheryl English, reporterThe Rev. T.C. KelleypastorMary ously ill in Jackson Hospital.Mr. Friday, August 16, markedthe Sister Sam Jackson, 2420 N.W. .,their Anniversary Sun-
Pastor's Aid Club will Amos, reporterThe Willie Martin is sick at end of Vacation Bible'( 152nd Terrace sponsored by day, at 3 p.m. Everyone is invited -
meet Thursday at 8 at the home. Choir No. One.
1' pastor, officers and School. to attend.
: home of Sister Ruby Smith, members invites their many On Friday, August 23, the( Usher Board No. Four is in Choir No. 2 is sponsoring a
;;; 1235 NW 65th Ter. friends ro come out and help Episcopal Churchmen| charge of the Sunday School pit barbecue all day Saturday,
NEW HOPE Auxiliary Class
:: The No. 1 Usher Board is them celebrate their :34th sponsor a Night of Games at' Sunday. at Bonded Rental Agency,4150
I' sponsoring a raffle for a Trip church anniversary Sunday, Rev. W. E. Sims, pastor the home of Mr. and Mrs. Choir No. One invites you to NW 7th Ave. They are asking
: to Nassau, Saturday at the August 25. To close the day Loraine Fuller, reporter James Ingraham. Come on out|:, their 19th anniversary begin- the cooperation of each and
II home o f Sister Claudia Bry- out with a Musical program at Sunday, August 25, at 2:30 and enjoy yourself.Get ning Friday, August 23rd and everyone. Thanking you inad-
ant, 1200 NW 65th St.Donation the evening service.All p.m. the pastor and congre- well wishes are extended ending Sunday August 25th. vance.
': $1.00. Anyone who wish tobuy persons (young adults) gation will rnder servicesat to Miss Margaret Thompson Deacon Sam Jackson,chair- The women's department of
a ticket see any member of No. who are interested in singingin Brown's Chapel on NW 54th and Mrs.A del la Thompson. man of Men's Day, is asking the Seaboard Baptist Associa-
St. and 13th Ave. in behalf of that each
: 1 Usher Board. our Youth Choir will meet person selling candy tion is chartering a bus to the
Sunday School picnic will be Saturday, August 24, at 4 p.m. their anniversary celebration.Rev. Congratulations to Mr. and I to turn the money in as soon as National Baptist Convention in

': Saturday, Aug.24.All are ask- at the church, business of im J. E. Brown, pastor. Mrs. David White for being the,i possible. Your cooperation. Atlanta, Georgia the bus will
'. ed to be at the church at 9 a.m. portance. The pastor is askingallSunday proud parents of a baby boy. will be appreciated. leave Sept. 2 at 6 p.m.will arrive -
,( School teachers and mem- Sincere Girls between the ages of 9-
Remember the is
Saturday. pretty cup sympathy extended Sept. 3, at 8:30: a.m. in
,;; The No. 2 Choir is having a sponsored by the Women'sday bers, to attend prayer meetingand to Canon Gibson and I 15 are asked to please meet at Atlanta. Roundtrip fare is$30.
I' Musical program at 3 p.m. chairman Mrs.. L. M. bible class Thursday at Theodore Jr for the loss of his,', the church Monday afternoon Consecration hour of prayer -
::: Sunday. Everyone is invited. Woods, Sunday, Aug. 25. 8 p.m. grandmother, Mrs. Lofton of, to Join the Red Circle.Annette Sunday at 5 a.m. BTU Sun-
continue to visit and Continue to pray for the sick Kingston North Smith, President of the auxi-
I' Let us Let us pray for our sick and Carolina. day at 5:30 p.m.
j' pray for the sick and shut-ins. shut-ins. and shut-ins, bereaved, and The Vestry and congregation liary, says we are in need of Bible class and prayer ser-

our nation. wish to commend our Can- more girls. vice Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.You
on for his actions interest Prayer services are held are invited to attend.

.. shown in the recent riots. We every Tuesday night.GREATER Continue in prayer for our

'j hope others will become interested sick, shut-ins and those who
I Sets September 8 MT. ZION in our young folks. NEWBETHLEHEM are bereaved. Visitors are always -

ft : For Women's Day- On Sunday.. August 11. the CHRISTIAN

I'I third Quarter was held"with FELLOWSHIPSister Rev. C. H. Smith, pastor
.... Mrs. Emma Collins, chairman ton, decoration and Mrs. Ca- Rev. F.A. Allen, Presiding Minnie Hunter, reporterOn
Rhunette Deshazior METROPOLITAN
of the annual Women's therine Cone, chairman in Elder of the North Miami District , August 31, at 8:30 p.m.,
'wish to thank the members ofLory's
Day of Greater Bethel AME charge of the youth and hos-' presiding. This was our the Home Mission is sponsor-
: Church announced today that pitality. Members of the sou- firstQuarter since the return Dress Shop and many ing a Panel Discussion, "The 1778 NW 69th Street
the event will culminate in a venir booklet are working un- of Elder Allen to this District. :show friends for making the Fashion Twelve Keys." This event will Rev. J. J. Williams, pastor

full day of activities September ceasingly to secure ads and Even though our p.isloc! 'H. : The a success.Vacation take place at the church and Our Sixth Annual Women's
Bible School
;. I 8. Already co-chairman patrons. Mrs. Frances Gause and at present is still in the was also a success. Thanksto you are invited to attend. Re- Day will be held Sunday, beginning -
Mrs. Louise Shorter and Mrs. and Miss Eddie Mae Wilsonare hospital, the service was en- freshments will be served. at 11 a.m. our morn-
Rev. A. M. Griffin and con-
Naomi Symonette are working in charge of the booklet. Joyed by all present.Conquest gregation for their hospitalityand Sis. Mae West Taylor, presi- ing speaker will be Mrs. Serena -
p.., diligently with the member- Rev. T. S. Johnson is pastor; of 'Frustrations' was well delivered the use of NewShiloh Bap- dent.On Allen, wife of the presi-
ship and captains to make the Mrs. Marian H. Shannon, by the Presiding Elder. tish Church. August 23, at 8:00: the ding Elder of the North Miami
financial drive for this event chairman of publicity commit Due to the "Tri-State Convention entire congregation will ren- District, Elder F. A.Allen.At
successful. tee. /' being held the weekof der services at Browns Chapel 7 p.m. a variety program will

,\ The theme: "A Woman's Prayer service began Au- August 5th, the business Baptist Church. You are invited be presented.We invite every-
'a Role in a Challenging Society gust 19 and will continue each session of the Quarter wash FIRST EMANUEL to accompany us. one to come out and share this
t"' ," will be carried out in evening until August 26, when e I d on Monday evening, You are invited to mike our wonderful experience with us,

speech and song. Outstanding Dr. W. A. Jennings, presiding August 12th. Rev. J. E. Wright, pastor church your choice of worship. Mrs. Viola Jerry,chairman
church women will be Invitedto Elder from the Central Florida The Boards had very informative -, We the pastor and members
I' participate on the morning Conference begins evan- written reports as wellas wish to thank Greater New Bethlehem -
... program. The traditional gelical messages at Greater the fin a n cia 1 statements. Baptist and pastor Usher's Federation AssociationThe
evening program will featurea Bethel. Rev. Johnson has ask- The Conference closed with Rev. C. H.Smith for their ser-

musical extravaganza with ed each member to join In this having $317.78 reported and vice on last Sunday afternoon.You members of the Usher's Sunday of Aug. Please don't
Mrs. Naomi Davis in charge. two-week vigil to help extend accounted for.Florence are welcome to worship Federation Association are forget that date. Remember to
of the program committee. the open door and disseminatethe Williams, reporter with us this Sunday, beginningwith reminded that our next meetpray for our sick and chut-ins.
Other committee chairmen Include tenets of Christianity in ; Brother Willie Young, acting Sunday School at 10 a.m. ing will be at Peaceful Zion Deacon Ramsey, president, :
; Mrs. Mary colden, finance the Miami area. The public is pastor; Rev. Milton Fay- Let us pray for all the sick Baptist Church, Rev. C. P. Sis. Ruthie M. McMillar, re-
: ; Mrs.Mary. Washings ;- invited to attend all services ons, pastor. and shut-ins. Preston, pastor on the fourth porterfll'


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1968. :

THE MIAMI TIMES.o Friday. AUGUst_ 23.- .25

Women's Christian BROWNSVILLE Ii

I T Service EndsThe Rev.Elizabeth F. L.Wright Johnson reporterWe ,pastor Modern Masons Plan ;

u - ,
I I wish to thank Rev.Green .
23rd annual School member of the Florida Education
lending a helping hand and ConferenceLee
Christian Mission and the 15th Association and secretaryof delivering the sermon Sunday, Workshop j

Weekend of Christian Mission, Florida's Committee, andMr. during the absence of our pas

sponsored by, the Women's Harry L. Burney, Jr., a

Society of Christian Service member of the General Boardof tor.Friday and Saturday there F. Wooten, Supreme and 15. All sessions will be Supreme Grand Master

and The Wesleyan Service Pensions of The Methodist will be a sale at the church. Grand Master of the Modern held in the Sheraton-Sir Wal- Wooten indicated that Modern

Guild, was held at Florida Church. We need your support. Free and Accepted Masons of ter Hotel. Free Is presently engaged In a

Southern College, Lakeland Students sponsored by the Musical Sunday, at 8 the World, incorporated announce gigantic program of Self Development -
The Weekend of Christian South Florida District of the on behalf of Men's Day. that the organizationwould Modern Free and Accepted and Self Help. By

Mission opened July 26 at Florida Conferenceare as followers Our prayers are extended hold a Workshop Conference Masons of the World Scottish pooling the resources of the

7:30 P.M. and closed Sunday ; Norman G. Brown, to the sick and shut-ins and in Raleigh, North Rite Affiliation was organized members of the organization

July 28 at Noon. 11th Grade, Kelly's Chapel, those who are bereaved. Carolina September 13. 14, November 1, 191'1 In Opelika, we plan to build Masonic Temples -

The School of Christian Miami, Olivia L. Jones, 12th Alabama. The present national Homes, Supermarkets,

Mission began Monday, July Grade, Ebenezer, Mimi, ST. JAMES headquarters is locatedinCo- .Service Stations, Banks,

29 and closed August 2. Anthony Johnson 11th Grade. Rev. S. L. Gay, pastor lumbus, Georgia with lodges in Mortgage and Loan Associations -

The theme set for the school Harris Chapel; Ft. Lauder- Joseph Marshall, reporterOur LIBERTY CITY CHILD 24 states, Nassau, Bahamasand and Insurance Com

and weekend sessions was dale; N a dine Bryant, llth 50th Anniversary'was the organization is In the panies to be operated and uti-
flewlife New Forms and Grade, Mt. Pleasant, OpaLocka. a success. OPPORTUNITY process of negotiating for a fixed by our members and asa

offered for study New Formsof Mr. Cleveland Jackson was charter in West Africa. means of providing Jobs for

mission and Southeast AsiaIn Members attending from the honored by Steward Board No. Liberty City Child Opp. our people. Modern Free and

adition to these two stud- Women's Society of ChristianS i I 1 for his long and faithful seri Center, will have its monthly The Raleigh Workshop Con- Accepted Masons feel that self

ies, there was a Bible studyon e r v Ice and the Wesleyan vices. Parent Meeting (C.A.G.) on ference will open with a "Get development and self help Is

the Book of John.A Service Guild from Miamiare i Steward Board No. 1 celebrated Monday August 26, at 7:30pm Acquainted Social," Friday the key to the black man's future -

presentation dealing with as followers;Ebenezer oi t their anniversary Sundayafternoonandwishtotbank- in the Center's Conference September 13th and business in the world and they planto

the New Dimensions of the Miami; Mrs. Rosa Lee Man. Room. ALL Parentsareurgedto sessions begin Saturday, Sep- play a major role In this

United Methodist Church was ning, Mrs. Lorrlane Gil- everyone who helped to make be present, including tember 14, at 9 a.m. with an future.

an added feature to the pro. chrease, Mrs. Margaret t t it a success. Special thanks to parents of children that will be Awards Banquet scheduled for Previous workshop confer-

Clark, Mrs. Ruby Simms,, Rev J. B. Blacknell of Mt leaving our Center to enter 1st Saturday evening
gram. ences this been held
Mrsjoseph Pinder South Fla. Herman AME grade in Septmeber. This will
The weekend and Mfl
in Miami
Florida Jackson
program ,
be the last
for those
District, Chairman, Mis.. Lauderdale. meeting

the from school, both annual included conferencesThe persons sionary Education, Mrs.,, To the sick and shut-Ins God parents, unless they have CarverRanches Georgia Mississippi i and Nassau; Columbus Bahamasand ,
Mable Crompton, Miss Bessie,, Is with uslJESCA'S! younger children that are remaining -
Southeastern Jurisdictionand the R ale I g h Conference
Bass South in our Center.
Fla. District Secretary
the former Central Juris -
expects to attract delegatesfrom
diction.An Mrs. Aaron D. Hall,, DAY CARE There will be a "DOLLSHOW'intheConference .,a.
all of the organizations
mission School Committee
outstanding faculty was Member. CENTERSJESCA'S Room on Wednesday, August News Lodges and Chapters.

ordained to lead the' studies. Kelly's Chapel-Miami Day Care Center 28, at 10:00 A.M. We would I
; and Kindergardens Center #1 Walter Bowes i J
Among them was Dr. Richard Mrs.William H. Butler, Mrs. like to extend an invitation for By
6304 N.W. 14th Ave. and
V. Moore, president of Robert C. Mitchell South Fla. Center all interested persons, to attend -
# 2 ? Ms
Bethune-Cookman: College, a District President. 7200 N.W. 22nd Ave., and enjoy our "Dolls." The VFW post No. 8195 ,
will open September 3,1968.A Judges will be present tor this Ladies Aux will hold their re- s atiihp

MT. SINAI JORDAN GROVE Childhood Quality program in Early event. gular meeting Sunday, Aug. ,

Development.. All parents that are due to 25th, at 5 pm at the post home
Rev C. Albury; pastor Rev. Douglas, cook,pastor Education, Training Supervision -
reregister children (children 4816 pembroke Rd. members
Patricia Austin, reporterThe Eddie Gilbert, reporterThe ,hot, meals rest,snacks, I
that have been in the please be present. Mrs. Addle
pastor and revival com- YWA will begin the> for boys and girls ages 21/2 programfor
mittee would like to extend a celebration of their 7th anniversary , to 6. Register nowat4901N.W. one year or longer)please James Pres. Mrs. Ruth Scott
contact the office. Letters
special thanks to the young Friday, Aug. 23, at 8 I 7th Ave. Phone 7584791. Sec.The
were sent to you concerningthis. Happy Timers Club will
who worked hard to
people p.m. with a Musical program .
Also, parents of children have their first Anniversary
make this revival a reward- It will conclude Sunday at 3p.m. i SUNLIGHT
ing one. with Rev. 0. West deliv, BEAUTY SCHOOL entering 1st grade In Sept., dance at the Elks Club in Ft. .
please come in with the child's Lauderdale
0 n Firday night
Let us continue to nourishthe ering the sermon. The publicis : Sunlight School of Beauty
invited. Birth Certificate, to have a Aug. 23rd Come-one Come all Every minute anda
Christian growth of our Mary Bro wn culture is presenting their An-
for 1st
is Grade Entrance and enjoy yourself.
church by participating in all president. nual Sunlight con t est. Can- half.
made VFW : someone
out. post No.8195 willhold :
of the services.Let The Deacons and Deacon didates Miss
running are: Dr. Peraza will be here their sales and
on Friday night
us continue to pray for esses will hold meeting Fri. Willie Mae Wimberly, Car- calls :AAMCOEvery
Monday, Aug. 26th to see some Sat. night Fish Fry each week.
and day at 7:30 All
sick bereaved membersare
our mem p.m. I men Britt, Barbara Wood,
of our children. If a letter New Macedonia
was Baptist
week AAMCO satisfies more
bers. See you in church. asked to be present. Dea Shirley Vereen, Irma Jenkins,
than 10.000
sent to this transmission problemsYou
,con Lumpkin and Sis. Patter-, Frances Powell,Naomi Higgs, you concerning Church started their revival get free towing a free road
ZION HOPE son, presidents.Let Dorothy Cooper Dorothy please be cert a in that your meeting this week. Come and Check, fast efficient ervice-mott
chid Is present for this visit. times in just one day And with
us remember the sick': Crews, Ida Brown, Gussie B. worship with us. Rev. B. L.' ,AAMCO your transmission can be,
Bible Class Friday nights at Get well wishes are ex- .
in our prayers. Mack pastor protected by over 500 AAMCO Centers
8:00 pm. The pastor is askingall Curry, and Mrs. L D.Walker. tended to Carrie Curry,Hattie The funeral services of coast to coast
You contribute to favorite Every minute and a half someone ,
to come out and learn about Walker, Mildred Gray,and the Thomas Jackson, will be held proves
the Bible, along with our Sun- daughter of LulaSmlth.The
CORINTH BAPTIST 13 the club Saturday August 24th at 3 pm You tan trust pourtransntlason
day School Supt. and teachers. Staff also wishes the best of at Gethsemne Baptist Churchin te AAMCOI
BTU each Sunday eveningat 1450 NW 59th Street held their regular meeting in everything to a former Staff West
Hollywood Rev. S.
and Sister we elected new officers for the ,
5:30 p.m. -- Sister Gladys Deacon Ector Member, Jacqullne Black- Clark,pastor Stevens Funeral r ,
Thomas and family, year 1968-69: Wade A.,Ever-
Woodard, Supt. Sister Vera Carrie well, who resigned recently. Home is in Charge.
Johnson and Sis. Betty Harrisare would like to give thanks and I ette, president; Gus s I e B. Ruby Williams, Director, i a TRANSMISSI@let

to the House of; Curry, vice pres.; Frances
selling dinners Saturday appreciation Barbara Coleman is Sec-
Powell Naomi Wtrll't Urf..( "...........* ap ,.".(
the church,and will be sellingin Albert and its staff and to Rev.C. secretary; retary and Leander Bennett, OPEN DAILY 8 TO 6
pastor of New' R. Higgs, asst. sec:.;Willie M. Let'f
the kitchen Sunday. J. Burney, Reporter. SAT. 8 TO NOON
Friday, August 23, the No. Providence Baptist Church for Wimberly, financial sec.; Ida .. jC SLICK BLACK
1 usher board will celebrate the fine service that was ren- Brown, chaplain; Dorothy, DOUBLE.ACTIONICOLOkSGRAYlWl1UCX DOWNTOWN MIAMI

their 9th Anniversary. Rev.. der in the last respect of opastor > parliamentary; Barbara 64N.E..20THST.PHONE .
W T Thomas and I: Wood, Thomas Smith and
Rev. . Convention
E. Jenkins of Friendship and ,
church will preach the anni- Corinth Baptist Church mem- Frances Powell, reporters. U :

bers, and friends. ... ._._uu _u....... _. ._... uuu SpecialOn
versary sermon. ---- '
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Don't forget the sick, shut- The Choir No. 1 will be guestof ; >

in, members of bereaved honor at New Bethlehem to Atlanta, Georgia to At- INSTANT CREDIT

families, boys in the Armed Baptist Church, Sunday, from tend the National Baptist Convention -

Services, and our friends and 4-6 p.m., sponsored by Sister ) NO CtigeKIHG NO WAMM

neighbors who out the Kickman.
highways traveling to and from Sister Carolyn Ector, reporter k Seven Seats Are AvailableA

vacation.We Rev. M. Paschal,pas special bus has been char-

have on our sick list Sis tor. tered to transportthe

Bedford, Sister Curry, Sis. delegation on to Atlanta,

Rigsby,Sister Sharpe,and Sis NEW BETHANY Georgia September 2nd, at 6
The bus will also
Martha Williams son who was pm. special
burned. Rev. F.L. Carter pastor leave'from Mt. Sinai Baptist
The No. 1 Choir Is sponsoring
Rev. Paul Freeman pistor'and Church, corner of Northwest 8 TRACKSTEREOPHONIC
musical on Fri
a program
47th Terrace and Seventh Ave.
Bessie Williams re-
in behalf of Men'
day night
where the Rev Cleo Albury
porter. Day will be observed on the I the Pastor. TAPE PLAYER

third Sunday in September, I
Mrs. Stewart, cochairman c
NEW MT. MORIAH New Bethany doors always, Sgt. Elmerl D. BrownknoWii- of the Worhsip Com- $79.95MARTIN'S

stand open. as David, the son of Frank and mittee of the National Baptist

Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor Vistors arealwayswelcome Leola Brown, 15620 NW 157th Convention, Mrs. Harriet McDonald -
Evelyn Souter, reporterThe to our services. received businessand NO WHEY DOM
St. Road, Opa-locka, prominent
pastor is asking the entire Please let us pray for out
;I his basic training at Lackland religious worker, Mrs
church to accompany him boys in the Armed Forces and AFB in San Antonia, Texas Colebrook, wife of one of the
this Friday to Ebenezer Bap- that we may have world peac 3 He was assigned Kesler Bahamas leading ministers

tist Church, Hallandale, Rev. among all. Miss AFB Technical School, and, several other outstanding

0. W. Foster, pastor please Auto' trips are fun, but the:y then to Myrtle Beach AFB, laymen will be seated on this House of Music
at the church at 7
p.m. he then assigned to bus.
S. C.
be especiall ,
can also tiring, ;V
so that we will be in Hallan- 29 he also taughtf For a seat on this bus res-
Korea, Jan ,
dale for children. For a simple,refreshing 15976 NW 27th Ave.
at 7:30.Remember
treat, take canso English there. David grad- ervations should be made with

ter the pastor, Sis- Gerber Fruit juices and serv
shut-ins Llllie Humes, other sick, In paper cups. Meat or Chicke n in 1965, and entered Miami- The fare is'only $ 28.00. This Phone 6244592COMPLETE

bereaved families Sticks and Animal-sSbappec i Dade Jr. College. He has now convention with its instructiveand
and those in the armed ser- made an d Is back in the will LINE OF RECORDS
cookies are handy finger food*; Sgt., inspirational program '
Humes in your is still Mt.Sister Sinai. to have along for quick pick-. U.South S. Myrtle Beach AFB, be one. of the greatest in history INSTRUMENTS. 8 TRACK' TAPESI' '

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,: '. THE MIAMI I TIMES, Friday, August, 1968
,. Student In Alaska I
' Miamian Is Outstanding

, .. irAj11 ti
: This fall Woo d s will matriculate
,, 1 Mr. Karl Steven Woods was For the past three years,he quarters. distinctions at Skagit valley Col-
, Athletic
the 512 members of the played on the senior varsity
: among lege in Mount Vernon Wash
in ,
t include a trophy for bowling
basketball team and has
t" graduating class to participatein which is ninty miles
catholic Youth ington,
the high
lettered for the past two years.At .
the 1968 commencement ex-
: ; from the Canadian border.
honorable men
: cercises held May 27th at East the Annual Basketball A- Organization, :
: \ tion for Goalie of the Year Woods is the the late
. wards Banquet April,he was
l ,. from the City Hockey League, Mrs. Bar bra'3latch of this
r f'r, awarded a trophy for being
,I il voted the most Inspirational and Junior Ping Pong Champ- city. His grandfather,Mr.
Amos Woods and Aunt Mrs.
,( his teammates. He ionship 196566.
player by
'I' .: Woods is an avid sports enthusiast Jean Brant, reside at the
,: il( r was also a member of the
., mountain family home 15780 N.W. 18th
who enjoys
.\.. ;-II\f\\ \.'<< ,) cross county track team.
Court Opa-locka.
r ,'f Woods was awarded the climbing, tennis and skiing
Thomas Tice Memorial Currently he is a coach for a For the past eight years
Woods has lived in Alaska with
city league baseball team
wl" Scholarship 1968 for athletic
excellence. In September 1967 which is sponsered by the his aunt Mrs. Mary Woods

! \", \ Woods was awarded the fop American Legion. Payne.

4 h American Legion award, the

William Fish Memorial Open 7 Days-8 A.M. to 10 P.M.
. Trophy, for outstanding conduct
, in the field,superior per- The Best For Less At
rit formance in the game, and for
participation inAmerican
. K
.. Legion baseball. His name has
,"., -- been entered on the rolls at

Anchorage Senior High School South Bend, Indiana, home of
it i Anchorage, Alaska. Woods American Legion Headrfliwi-
,t tI t tI had the distinctionofbelng
I voted the most popular mem-
;: Spotlight On A Star ber of his senior class. ky

( >; Relaxing under a coconut palm in exotic Nassau is Mrs. EMERSON
s' f Moses Green (Catherine), Sentinel of Progressive Links SOUTH DADE NEWS
I'4 Chapter #68, Order of the Eastern Star. Mrs. Mary Willing-
"1, ham is Worthy Matron of the Chapter. Mrs. Beatrice McCoy and, TELEVISIOt'
." Mrs. Green was snapped by Photographer Ed Blackmon as grandchildren are vacationingin .
:: she was taking a breather during the Fourth Workshop Meet- Paterson, N. J. The houseguest l .1 1
ing of Modern Free and Accepted Masons of the World, Incor- of Mrs. Rosa L. Cooperand I "-
f ,' porated, held on board the S.S.Bahama Star, enroute to Nas- husband. "r, ,:,. F'",",,,,
> ", sau, and at the exclusive Stokes Cabana Club in Nassau, July Mrs. Laura Porter is vacationing $ ; : 1
> "< 58. in Mt. Zuma, Georgia, $888
; ::' The next workshop meeting will be held at the Sheraton-Sir after a short stay there she OVER 40,600 CARS SOLD

> ... Walter Hotel in Raleigh, North Carolina, September 13.15.T. will go to Albany, Georgia.
I :'\ Willard Fair, Grand Master, and Olive Florene Jones, Grand The youth of Mt. Sinai Bap- Most Recent Survey
f ,.,' Worthy Matron for the State of Florida are expecting to lead tist Church, celebrated their
.'' a delegation of more than one hundred Masons and stars to annual Youth Day, Sunday, a
! ", this meeting. very inspiring program was Shows 51% Repeat
Persons desiring information regarding membership in enjoyed by all attending.
Modern Free and Accepted Masons of the World, Incorporated Mr. Thomas Williams is out And Referral BusinessMUNICIPAL
can have a representative call on them by filling out and I of the hospital,recuperating at MODEL 11P50A WITH
mailing in the coupon below: I the home of his sister, Mrs.

Modern Free and Accepted Masons of the World,Incorporated Mrs. Clara Bryant is a patient EARPHONE FLORIDA'SAUTOMOBILE
4928 NW Seventh Avenue, Miami, Fla. 33127 at Baptist Hospital. Let
us remember the sick and $5.00
I am interested in membership in Modern Free and Accepted shut-ins.
t. Masons of the World, Inc. Please have a representative callon


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Have You Looked Into Their

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; Has $4,000Fire


Have you ever looked into the big beautiful eyes of a
"disadvantaged"1 child?
-: :T Where light should be, there is darkness'where happi-
__ A $4,000 blaze Monday at
ness should be, there is fear and sadness.
#' Have you watched those big beautiful eyes seeking help Allapattah ElementarySchool,
as only they know how . through innocence . my 4700 NW 12th Ave., destroyed
,- '* "friend?" furniture and gutted a second
1 :- time to look and listen floor teachers lounge, but did
No! You do not have the my
"friend." little structural damage.

For if only you would take the time, much could be seen Only teachers and secre-
and heard from those big beautiful eyes... my "friend.' taries were In the building at
a a Have you watched those big beautiful eyes as they pass a the time, the first day the
: downtown toy store window . my "Friend?" school reopened after the long
{ r 4: b Did you notice how they sparkled, but quickly saddened summer recess.

i. upon the realization, that behind those windows another District Fire Chief T.S.
world existed; A world that may never allow those eyesa
Houston said the cause of the
chance to become apart of it?
blaze is still under investigation. -
Did you follow those same big beautiful eyes as they became -
_- -_ --hg:: even bigger, from the aroma of the delicatessendown .

the street? It took fireman eight min- '
DISCUSS EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY FOR MINORITIES Did you notice how they searched and searched until utes to control the flames in
those big beautiful eyes had once again found one of their the small lounge, used by the
Representarives of the National Association i i for the Advancement of dreams . the display of goodies in the window? faculty as a rest and meeting

Colored People; National Yrban League; and National Alliance of Postal and Oh, yes my friend, you saw them,but you never thoughtof place.
the hunger that went along with each glance . did you?
Federal Employees met with John W. Macy, Jr., Chairman of ULS.' Civil Ser- Have you ever looked into "another kind" of big beau-

vice Commission for the firstin a series of discussions concerning Equal Em- tiful eyes and noticed the SHAME that appears in those

ployment Opportunity for the 500,000minority employees in the federal govern eyes. . My "Friend?" All Work
Yes! The shame of being born BLACK!

ment. Then . My "Friend," you ask yourself WHY? GuaranteedMetropolitan

Left to right: Attorney Arthur W. Jackson (Nat. EEO Comm.), Ashby G. The answer" cannot be found in any one place . My
Smith (NA FFE) John W. Macy (USCSC) R. Jackson
Henry (NAACP), WilliamJ. Perhaps it is back in the toy store window that will

Haskins (NUL). never allow those eyes the Joy of being apart of one of its '

toys. .
I I Or maybe the delicatessen has the solution, with all of .
Militants Vocal' At SCLC Convention its tasty foods that those big beautiful eyes watched hun- DryCleaners
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grily, yet, knowing that watching was all that could be
MEMPHIS Tenn. Black protect the convention The Invaders about 50
duringits ,
done, for there were but a few pennies to be spent.
militants have accused the final day. strong, admit they staged a Now . "My Friend" . have you watched those
Southern Christian Leader- The tense battle of nerves near-riot during a sanitation
same eyes as they developed through the years?
ship Conference of betraying"our betwe en SCLC staffers and workers' march led by the late "
Oh yes, "My FRIEND, the body that carries them now
brothers and sisters"in militant members of the Invaders Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
is big and strong, but look closely.. "My Friend, can
the Poor Peoples' Campaign. was eased by an exchanged here last March.In .
you not see the same darkness,where light should be, the
SCLC officials hurriedly of conciliatory statements a statement circulated ata
same fear and sadness, where happiness should be; the
called in from Washingtonabout ..TJie conventionad journ- rally of more than 4,000 per- same SHAME, where proudness should be?
25 tough rangers, who !.d in an atmosphere of relative sons last Friday, the Invaders And you ask yourself Why? DraperySpecialists
patroled: Resurrection City to calm Saturday. accused the SCLC of sleeping
} "
The answer "MY FRIEND, still cannot be found in
In c r iorti a motel and eat '
anyone place.
ing steak while "poor black Sure, "it" started back at the toystore window . '
brothers sisters' weresleeping But now "it" has moved into the workworld.
in the rain and mud'in beautiful still denied
Those same big eyes are being
Resurrection City. their wants and privileges.How .
Memphis Police InspectorW. much longer can those big beautiful eyes go un-
I s 693-4211 O. Crumby said his depart- noticed .. "My Friend?" "Graciously"Serving

NOW SHOWING ment, already on alert with all Is there no one to see the pain and hurt that have existed Liberty City
days off cancelled during the in those eyes for so many years. Since 1923

convention, was watching the What will it eventually take, to open YOUR eyes .

"Superb! A motion picture confrontation"We have sufficient closely. forceson "My To Friend make you?" cognizant of the fact that those big beau

the street and we're Just tiful will not remain saddened too much
eyes longer;
that is one of the best'The -;*/*? going to cross our fingers and That those eyes will not exhibit fear much longer; r

wait until this thing is over," That a light so bright will shine from them, until the
/IJ.'i11J Crumby said. world will be lighted forever by its glow. .

The flareup began Friday So . ."My Friend," why not take a little time out now,
during a "gripe session"held to look into those eyes again, and try to understand what
f Y, by the Rev. Andrew'J. Young, you see.
t. rr executive vice president of the It will be only through understanding and hear-felt sin-
SCLC, for several groups at cerity, that those big beautiful eyes will look back at you

the 11th annualSCLC Conven and silently say . Thank You . "My Friend." "IF YOUR SUITS,
+ tion.The I DRESSES AND
Invaders accused Young
>t> and the SCLC of reneging ona SHIRTS ARE NOT

promise.The such promise. The Invaders coming back to Memphis," BECOMING TO YOU
militants said King,be- demanded to know why SCLC Young later said. THEN YOU SHOULDBE
fore his death, promised to I had not offered its help in establishing "They said, 'We had nothing
help them establish a black j the program."I to do with that,'and I said,'I'n COMING TO US.PhoHe .

culture program in Memphisand told them you bavetorenemberDr.King' not so sure of that because oi

help raise $300,000 to finance I sdeath and the sanitation workers' march and .
:.z it.Young. Poor Peoples' Campaign had all that kept Dr. King in Mem-
said SCLC made no I something to do with us not phis," Young said.


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their first two outings, engage in their third pre-season -- TJWW-.G -- ---"'
gridiron go-round this coming Friday night, (Aug. 23)), when KENRILEY ROGER F--E EDWARDS HORACE LOVETT HUBERTGINN I
they meet the Boston Patriots, at the Gator Bowl, in Jackson-.

ville. Kickoff is 8 p.m., EDT Ginn And Edwards Will lead Rattlers I
Excellent passing by Quarterback Bob Griese,excellent pass
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receiving by split Clancy, year men,
and some good second -half running by rookie fullback Larry TALLAHASSEE. brusier who can come up with Linebacker Otis Collier who like they can do the job then
Csonka has been among the helpful attributes asthe Dolphinshave theme title for the 1968 Florida the close yardage when need intercepted three passes last we won't hesitate to use
come from behind to tie. Buffalo, 28-28, and defeat the A&M University football ed.Riley's season including one he re- them."
Philadelphia Eagles, 23-7. team could easily be "Where favorite target from turned for 92 yards and a For 1968, the Rattlers will
The latter victory was Miami's first over a National Foot- has all the experience gone," the air will probably be split touchdown is also fast and a offer a balanced attack with a
ball League opponent. Two more NFL pre-season contests are especially when you considerthe end Melvin Jones who caught very aggressive tackle. variation of the offense.Whether -
forthcoming, the Baltimore Colts, on Saturday, Aug. 31, and defense where only four 15 for 274 yards and three Adding more experience to the emphasis will be on
the Atlanta Falcons, Saturday evening,Sept. 7,and both games starters return from last touchdowns last season.Jones the defensive secondary will passing or running will dependto
will be played in Miami's Orange Bowl. years team. will replace Eason and Rattler be linebackers Leroy Jacksonand a great extent on what Riley
Griese, who played the second half against Buffalo,'l d thewhole The offense is in the same coaches feel he has the poten- Raymond Wilcox. The famous decides to do with the ball when
game against Philadelphia, has hit on 28 of 49 passing boat though not as deep although tial to be even better. Flanker deep three from last he receives it from the center.
attempts, for 279 yards, and two touchdowns. He has not had five starters were lost, Schoolfield and ends Benny season (Major Hazelton-Na- The most pressing prob-
any tosses intercepted, and his completion percentage is a making a total loss of 12 from Johnson, Alfred Sykes, and thaniel James-Eddie Cooper) lems other than finding a defense -
healthy 57.1 Clancy has caught 14 passes for 209 yards, and last years team that won8andlost Alonzo Gilbert will also be are gone and replacing them include, punting,
one touchdown. He had 10 receptions against Philadelphia. 2. Two All-Americans, targets for Riley.In will be three ofC oath Gai- punt and kickoff returns. All
Csonka, former Syracuse all-America and the most valuable four draftees, and five all- the interior offensiveline ther's biggest problems three punters from last years
player in the summer All-American and College All Star conference players were included coach Gaither will counton "We may have to look to our team graduated and coach will
games, has gained 121 yards in 28 carries for an average gainof among the 12 starters tackles Horace Lovett and freshman,"" says Gaither, have to start from scratch In
4.3 yards. Eighty-one of these yards have been picked up lost. In all, the Rattlers lost Charles Henderson, who will "and if we find any that look these positions.
in the second half. He has also been adept as a pass-receiver, 25 lettermen and have 28 re- be backed up by Joseph Pinck-
catching six for 28 yards.Csonka also leads the team in scor- turning. ney and Gerald White. The
ing with 18 points, having scored two touchdowns on the groundand "We should beable to guard slots should be strong Dade Kids Off To St. LouisDade I
one on a pass score," says Rattler head with Wa 1 t e r Spicer, Authur
coach A. S. "Jake" Gaither," (Pla, and Robert Hills, all returning County's representatives children on the tripwillbeArtPeavy
MARLINS STILL GOING STRONGThe but right now we have to get lettermen. to the United States Youth Dade Recreation superintendent -
Marlins are keeping up the good work holding on to first together a defense that will Probably the strongest Games will depart Thursday, ; Bob' Miller,
place with a substantial lead of eight games at the time of writ- stop the other team from scor- 'position on the offensive line Aug. 21 at 12:50 p.m.via Eas- Games Coordinator; Carrie
ing my column, as you all know Ihave been bragging about this ing as much as we will." will be center with Jimmy Mc- tern Airlines Flight958Y and Meeks and Darnella Smith,
team all summer long, they haven't let me down. They seem Despite the loss of quarter- Caskill, Willie Kelly, Willy will arrive in St. Louis at 2:57 girls' track coaches; Bennie
to have come along stronger towards the end of the season with back Elroy Morand and All- Miller and Horace Times, all Moore and Walter Cambridge,
all the double headers they have played. It seems when one American end John Eason,the returning lettermen.Only four p.m.Most of the youngsters mak- boys' track coaches. Dwaln
player runs into a slump, the next one comes along and picksup Rattlers should still havea starters return from last ing this trip are from the depressed Simpson, basketball coach,
the slack. solid passing and running years defense, but they are areas of Dade Countyand and Al Evan, bowling coach.
Team work has been the entire success, which goes a long game. strong enough to provide a this will be their first This group will housed at
way in sports. Timely hitting and great pitching,has had a lot Returning starters in the solid nucleus. Heading the list plane trip. To prepare them the Sheraton Hotel located in
to do with it. Manager Harry Malmberg deserves a great deal backfield Include quarterbackKen is Roger Finnie, 245 pound for this trip they will be the downtown St. Louis and will
..of credit for the teams success for the way he has Juggled his Riley who alternated with end. One of the most aggres- guests of Eastern Airlines return to Miami Sunday, Au-
boys around. Here are some of the batting and pitching averages Morand, halfbacks Hubert sive lineman to wear the Rat Tuesday at their complex on gust 25, at 5:45 p.m.
: Stan Martin, the little pepper pot, .288; Larry John- Gin and Glen Edwards and tler uniform, Finnie is a 36th Street for an exercise in These youngsters will rep-
son, .287, Lew Beasley, .277, Johnny dates, .277, Pancho Her- fullback Robert Lampkin. strong candidate for All- simulation that will cover a resent more than 5,000 Dade
rera, .270. Pitchers:John Hilts,4. 1, Vaughn Kovach,8-2, Tom' The key name here is Riley American honors. plane trip that will include-the.- County youths who participated
Walker, 6-3, Mike Herson, 5-3, Jose Geigel, 3-1. These averages who could easily become the Melvin Rogers who alternates serving of a meal. in this summer's activities
are what's keeping them in first place, also the good most exciting Rattler quarter- between linebacker and This group, eighty strong, that were sponsored jointly by
spirit and hustle.In back in a decade. One of Coach defensive end is similar to will consist of fifty Track par Dade County parks and Rec-
answer to several Questions . The Florida State Lea- Gaither's famous phrases is Fin n I e in aggressiveness.Very ticipants, 25 boys and 25 girls; reation, Community Relations
gue overall champion will be decided by combining both the that he likes his players, quick and tough, Rogers 10 bowlers, 5 boys and five Board, EOPI and both cam-
Eastern and Western divisions, and the team with the best agile, mobile, andhostile. should be in line for some hon girls; and twelve boy basketball puses o f Miami-Dade Junior
percentage will be champ. The Marlins currently lead by a Riley is definitely agile and ors of his own this season. e r s. Accompanying the College.
game and a half. . And have a 6 1/2 game lead in the Eas- mobile, he scrambled his way
tern division. Each divisional winner will face the second place to five touchdowns and 347
team in the o pposite division in the best two out of three yards which made him the kla
series. The winners will then play for the Governors Cup . third leading rusher on the
Also two out of three. team. He also threw nine
Marlins schedule for next week: Monday, Aug. 26, Marlinsvs. touchdown passes which
Ft. Lauderdale, Wednesday, Thursday, Marlins vs. St. means that he had a hand in
Pete. one fourth of the touchdowns
scored by the Rattlers last
Craig has two weeks at When Rattler quarterbackscalled
Curry already spent a summer job v
on the University of Minnesota campus. The Gables quarter- a running play last sea
back's absence at the University of Miami this fall will be disappointing son, 40 per cent of the time
to some, but not the student editors of the UM's they handed the ball to Ginn, (
campus newspaper, The Hurricane.In the workhouse of the backfieldand
an editorial in the summer issue mailed to each U M stu- an Associated Press Hon-
dent, the editors hoped Curry didn't come to Miami. orable-Mention A11-A mer i-
"It isn't a matter of race," the editors said. "But at our can
university we expect Miami men to be Just that, in athletics or Ginn averaged 4.2 yards per
anything else. We need people who see a job to be done and go carry and was second on the
do it, despite the competition. Guys like Willie Allen and Ray team in pass receptions with
Bellamy are good examples.And they also have the same color 20 good for another 265 yards.
skin you do.They are athletes who were willing to be our first, Backing up Ginn or playing
and fight for their starting jobs, too . We are hands down along side of him depending on
behind our coach and his staff. You have to take some tests, the offense will beGlenEd-
Craig Curry, on the football field and in the classroom ." 'wards, a fine open field runner
Curry will take the necessary national college entrance who is a threat to score from
tests, which he passed up here, later this summer In Minne- anywhere on the field. i
apolis. Edwards averaged 6.3 yards a
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,,= I Department ofAgriculture -
w : EITUJta
has a new officer, Mr. 693-4772 :., CALL 6353177CLOSED
William Patrick Rice of Dun
dee, Scotland. He was a for- SUNDAYS UNTIL AFTER LABOR DAY

p mer field superintendent for FHA-CBS 2 bdrm, 1 bath, LR, Fla rm, K, din rm,
j IT Bookers Sugar Company in ut rm, effcy apt., 1 bdrm, 1 bath in rear with $60mo.
iY I Guyana and regional cattle adviser income. $12,400, $8 0 down, $91 pays all.
with the nutrition research -
and advisory departments FHA'CBS Luxury home, 3 bdrm, 2 bath, I Ige Flarm
of the British firm, J. garage, beautiful grounds, mutt see I $20,500 ,
$1675 down, $166 month all.
Bibby and Sons Ltd. He will bei
1 i required to layout and man- NO QUALIFYING

| age a new agricultural of 200 CBS VYNL FLRS, 2 bdrm, 1 bath, LR, Fla rm,
acres replacing the Chipping K din area, cpt, fenced doll house. $8,775,
station. ${,000 down, $69 month. .

4d The Hon. Clarence Bain, CLOSED SUNDAY Also closed next weekend
Minister without Portfolio,leda Frldal' Saturday, Sunday and Monday. Have a,
six-member group ona visitto Day Week.
Atlanta, Ga., to attend the
National Beauty Culturist
'" ., League Convention. Mr. Bain
\ -r- r .. ""........ will address some 5000 members I wwwwOUR
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of the organization from
-y the U.S., the Carribbean and

: L t ,,' .c.--: the meet Bahamas of the convention.during the 12-day BRING RESULTS
..... ..,. -. :', 1 :.. ,--.: '" The Hon. Clifford Darling, u ku l b* h* 4Hh* fl *
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DOIN' HER THING Actress Ena Hartman matches her silll with the House of Assembly is among
I Hula Hoop against that of several admiring young touritss at Universal Studios the visitors. $500 DOWN BUYS

Eno, recently named mayor of Universal City, helped kick off a nation- Kelly The Island recently somewhat completed near No Qualifying
wide Hula
Hoop contest. the entrance in the harbor of
Nassau Bahamas is not for
((1)) 1872 NW 71st Street 2 bedroom, CBS.
sale Premier Lynden
What Every Husband Free CounselFor Pindling.says Reports are that Hil- ((2)) 2073 NW 86th Street 2 bedroom. .

ton Hotels International and ((3)) 4736 NW 15th Court Income.
Should KnowThe Indigent Trans World Airways have offered ((4)) 1786 NW 94th Street 2 bedroom, Fla rm.
$38 million for this pro- ((5)) 2973 NW 51st Street 2/1, Fla room.
following is the first installment in a series of articles perty. However, the Pre- ((6)) 186 NW 57th Street 3 bedroom, carporte.
dealing with an extremely important subject, it is appropriatelytitled Prisoners mier's office says the govern-
"Our Holy Matrimony"This ment has no intention of sellingas ((7)) 1845 NW 37th Street 2 bedroom.

it will soon be making pub-
week; "What Every Husband Should Know" Facing Six lic announcement for the development SPECIAL DEALS

'Til teach you to obey me, you filthy tramp' the man of the island. 60 NW 51st St. 2/1, Fla room & carporte.
screamed in a drunken rage as he lunged toward his frail terrified According to announcement week all.
$795 down $25
MonthsThe pays
wife. With a backhand lick he slapped her down, then plans are finalized for the
kicked her, knocking her head against the wall and then againstthe erection of a $3 1/2 million Also
floor. He said to himself, as before "I am the master of Dade Public Defender's post office on East Hill Street 1890 NW 50th Street 2 bedroom CBS
this house. office no longer is required to and Freeport's $550,000 post $250 down Plus closing costs
The couples two children frozen stiff with fright, trembled aid all Indigents, regardlessof office at Grand Bahama. The
with broken hearts in the kitchen corner crying out aloud in offense or sentence. cost of the post office will
'Ia anguish. Metro Commissioners probably be approximately FORD REALTY Inc.
Their young faces already worn with the stains of both fear Tuesday decided that the public -' $2,925,000, while the addi- ,
and hate. They twd seer.this same tragedy so many, many defender is required to fur- tional four floors will cost approximately Broker
times; in fact, they would never be able to forget it. nish counsel only when the $960,000 more
Is the above example a common place thing today in the sentence could be six monthsin said Dr. McMillian. 3639 NW 15 Ave. 635-4595
American home? Oh! Yes, it's a sad statistic, but its true. jail or more. International Air Bahamahas
Is the above example the proper way a husband should behave Bruce Rogow, an assistant announced arrangement to
since he is the head of the fa mlly? Not by a long shot my director of the Legal Services extend the lease of their Boe-
friends, because some of the most shocking, unbelevable and Department of the Economic ing 707 superjet from one to HBHiBHM HHHHHMMIBMHM H HMKMBMMVHi
sadistic instances of human enslavement imaginable exist Opportunity Program Inc.,argued four years. i King Realty Inc. of Miami
within the state often described as "Holy Matrimony" And as that Jaywalkers didn't ,
a result, it is no great mystery why there are so many broken need legal aid, but neither was DEATHS "King' Sii.= Buy.".REALTORS 8000 NW 7thIDADE
homes today.Children. it necessary to have a prose- George Augustus Brown 24, COUNTY .. Ave
disrespecting parents; and overwhelming cutor in court for them. a chauffeurwas charged with ISOUR '
generation of maladjusted misfits is the total sum of what can Rogow said 500 people a the murder of Henly Murphy KINGDOM -
be expected from a child brought up under these conditions. month are sentenced to jail in who died at the Princess Mar- CALL
This is what we-have today in effect, from the young unruly Dade County, usually for a garet Hospital, July 28. Chief I 6932031Whtf
descendants of broken homes disrespecting all legally con- traffic offense. Magistrate Mawell J. Thompson .- .
stituted authority. Our fore fathers, manycenturies ago spoke "Even if these people go to has set a hearing for September .-
words of wisdom applicable to todays'generation and sorely jail for a day or two," Rogow 24. Another case is
needed indeed. "Train up a child in the way he should go; and told the commission, "it is that of the death of Raphael
when he is old he will not depart from it. "Proverbs: 22:6. still a hardship to them." Thomas, a 27-year-old Jamaican -
A man without woman Is most often like an automobile Commissioner Harold whose body was foundin
without a steering wheel, a train without an engine or an air- Greene asked,"Who's going to a yard off Milton Street. 0uye> ieJ/e* at* treated roya'ty
plane without wings. Most bins men simply cannot be com- pay the fee for our citizens?" Nerrill Ula Muray a Jamaica -
plete happy and balanced, and cannot function in the fullness The commission approvedthe woman between the age of
of God's purpose unless we have the help of a loving, sweet ordinance change, limitingthe 30-35 was found carved up in WATERFRONT POOL HOME
and dedicate wife. Most of us men, even the most highly educated defender's duties to helping her Quakoo St. home onTus- 1011 NW 81 STREET

and financially sercure, need to realize this more fully. indigents who would other- day night. Gorgeous 3 bedroom 2 both, pool, carpets,
For this is knowledge that the world sseems to be losing in its wise be entitled to legal coun- Sir Ralph Grey has been appointed drapes, built-in stove and oven. Many extras.
rush toward material gain, tales values, and economic and sel under current law. as the next governor of
social status. The commission also open- Northern Ireland. He leaves 2410 NW 89 TERRACE
The Bible says according to 1st Peter 3:7"Likewise ye hus- ed the door for possible Sun- a colony in September after 3 bedroom, 2 bath, built-in stove and oven, carport -
bands, dwell with them according to knowledge, giving honor day elections, for county, him four-year term, succeeding well and pump. $600 down FHA.
,. ,unto the wife'as unto the weaker vessel,and as being heirs together mayor and commissioners. A will be Sir Francis Cum-
of the grace of life;that your prayers be no hindered.' decision was made to ask the ming Bruce 56 years of age. NO QUALIFYING

Frankly and tryly, most women,I believe deeply realize that legislature to consider feasibility 2180 NW 155 TERRACE
they are indeed"the we ker vessel".They have no gripes with of holding elections on I Waterfront, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, $93 month includes
this fact, but are glad to take their places in life beside a port. Sunday to encourage greater $450 DOWNFHANO all. See thisgreat deal.
voter .
But if a husband takes advantage of this, crushes her in his plrticipation.Ambassadors CLOSING COST 11411 NW 49 AVENUE

desire to exalt himself and prove something to himself or 2551 NW 47th Street 3 bedroom, 2 bath, terrazzo floors, carport,
somebody, It, is no wonder that her love respect and trust $102.00 pays all.
I.?,quickly fades. Only hate and misunderstanding result, and indeed Beautiful big 3 bedroom
the prayers of that household are greatly hindered; if West CBS, terrazzo floors, 17820 NW 46 AVE
there ever were such prayers. to Key carport, huge I lot, hurry Gorgeous 3 bedroom,2 bath, huge Fla room, built'
this will sell fast.13901392NW in stove andoven, ,.frlg., washing machine, well,
The wife was created as a"help meet", she was created as The Ambassador Club of 37TH ST. pump. FHA $800 down.
"the weaker vessel" to assist and inspire her husband. But
how In the name of God, do you help and assist and a wild Miami will leave for at 6:30 Sun- If you appreciate the finest 4040 NW 181 TERRACE-
day morning key West.
\ animal: How do you help and assist a "spoiled egotist' who There will be two teams; The you must see this Gorgeous 3 bedroom, 2 bath, built-in stove and
1.; so intent on exalting himself, "proving" to himself that he Is Ambassador LeagueAllStarsand beautiful home with in- oven, extra large carport, carpeting pr I n k I e rs,
.". so great an powerful and acting like a little dictator that he The Ambassador League come, air-conditioned lov- well and pump. FHA $800 down.
f ,.1 makes life miserable for all others around him?or how do you Champs. The game will end ly fenced cornor lot.
t-( help and assist a lazy, spineless, drunken bum who refuses to the 1968 Softball season. $350 DOWN FHA OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 24 HOUR SERVICE

.':. f support his wife and family? refuses to earn a proper living? The Ambassador Club 5900 NW 15th Avenue HOMES FOR AS LITTLE AS $100 DOWNWe
And comes home time after time in a stupid frenzy-evil tempered good will crusade and band Lovely 2 bedroom CBS. specialize in homes for persons being dis-
'. slapping and beating his wife and children How do you i will accompany the teams. Air-conditioned Fla. room placed in Urban Renewal area, Miami Housing
assist this type of husband, Huh? There will be a social youth ALLAPATTAH REALTY Projects. Veterans call to see if you qualify
,,, Continued Next Week; day program, parade, park 633-0426 You're only a phonecall away.
; 2nd Installment- "Living Examples of Happy Marriages" Clarence Boo Boo' Woods. 1..1 1 d

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15 WORDS\ OR LESS $1.50. 5C FOR EACH "Proving to the city(Pom- P0 0
WORD pano Beach), the comm,nUy
DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIEn A!QS TUESDAY 6 P.M. t and to ourselves that we are

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"JII T teen-
no longer irresponsible CULMER RECREATIONAL AC-

s agers but capable acting and \ TIVITIES: I
FOR FOR SALE FOR RENT responding in an intelligent
Full price $2400. Tiny down! '63 Chevy Impala, air-condi- 2 bedroom house for rent. manner," is the stated pur-

Duplex! Inquire 49 NW 34th tioned. Perfect condition, Large lot unfurnished. pose of a newly formed organi-
The children are making afternoons the children
371-6990. (Ag. 23)) price $799. $34 month. zation called Youth in Action. go
St. per
per week. 4414 NW 23rd Ave.
Marionettes three mornings a swimming at Dixie Park Pool
Organized 5 the
634-3620 or 949-7956. on July ,
LAKEFRONTCBS 373-7973. group has already begun to put week, on Monday, Tuesday, from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. Every
and from 9 to 12 noon. Thursday apd Friday nights
their aims into
2942 action. The
3 bedroom 1 bath. Well NW 65th STREET
1 CBS furnished apartment. Sister Marianna and Sister from 7 to 8 basic swim
of the 72 members p.m.,
lawn. Fish, swim. Fur- bedroom CBS, house fenced majority
kept Patio, air-conditioned, no have obtained either Noel from Barry College are ming will be taught to the girls
tile roof hardwood summer jobs -
nished. $15,500 regular$16500 ,- floors
pets. Small deposit. Working
working with the children on from this center. On Saturday
FHA. Owner 696-2240. close to school and shopping. through! the Neighborhood
couple only. $32 week. 1350 these puppets. They are now mornings i we have movies
Youth busi-
Corps or private
Only $500 do w n. $90 month
NW 52nd St. costumes and heads from 10 to 12 The child-
making noon.
161 NW 68th Street. A special pays all, including taxes and ness. In addition to paying
for the puppets and soon they ren decide what they would like
deal for veterans and 221 peo- insurance. Call broker any- ishe apartment. Quiet dues, they have begun sponsoring -
will be stringing them and to see and films are borrowed
fund activities
ple only. Gorgeous two bedroom time. 444-1305. raising '
neighborhood. Adults only. learning how to work them. from the Miami Public Li-
wash last
bak floors, carport, 6914764. -- a car Saturday
Fla. room. FHA $13,300. No RICHMOND HEIGHTS netted close to $100; this Fri- On Thursday mornings from brary.
9:30 until 12 noon Mr. Wick- Other than these regularly
closing cost. Total down payment CBS 2 bedroom title roof day night, July 19, a benefit ,
ex- Room. Quiet middle aged man.
strom and Sam Harris, who scheduled events,we have arts
dance will be
held at Coleman
$88.04. cellent condition
$550. Monthly huge lot. No
Work during day. Nice room
are from the University of Miami and crafts, boxing, and any-
School 600 NW
This doll house will not be qualifying. $495 down. $89 ,
per Reasonable rent. 759-3360.
are teaching the children thing else the children want to ..
6th Street
available long. Bring your deposit month pays all. 14661 TylerSt. Pompano
today seller pays all 373-0854 or 373-5446. The affair which is open to the about percussion instrumentsand do.The
Nice room 691-6647 general music. The les- Recreation Center has
closing cost. Aetna Realty public will begin at 8:30 p.m.
sons are free wheeling and been redecorated. This com-
(Broker), 811 NW 54th St. Ph. TIRED OF PAYING RENT? 1 bedroom duplex furnished and the admission is 35$. done
creative. action project was
They use bongos, munity
Some of the other Club activities -
757-5724. Open 7 days. Your troubles are over. $80 per month. Call 6337664for
drum sticks cymbols and through the efforts of the
will include
Cheaper to buy than to rent. : community -
inspection.New many other things in their ad- at Culmer Center membersof
DELUXE DUPLEX Many homes to choose from. clean-up campaigns, obtaining ventures in sound.
the Culmer Advisory Com-
FHA terms, $18,000 $800 ALL ARE NEWLY DECORATED. building, large unfurnished Jobs for teenagers, On Wednesdays, the child mittee, citizens In the community

down, this is a custom built 2 NO CLOSING COST. NO efficiency, adults $90 voter and education the and registration and- ren go on field trips.Thus far, and children t h a t attend -

bedroom each side, in best ATTORNEY FEES, LOW monthly plus deposit. Fenster obtaining they have attended Crandon th e recreational activi-

area. Live well, rent free. DOWN PAYMENT, HURRY Realty, Broker, 759-8779. operating of a teenage center Park Zoo and Eastern Tropical ties. The paint job was very
facility in the Northwest Pom-
Only 8 years old. Tile roof, WHILE THEY LAST. Fish and we have had a beautiful Indeed and we are

don't miss this. Call anytime.A. Tri-County Real Estate, Inc. 3 bedroom, 2bath, lovely pano Beach Community. This turnout of about 45 children inviting the citizens in the

Ben-Kori, Realtor 759- Miami 945-1233 or 625-2406 large duplex. Corner, fenced center badly needed by teen-the each time. Next week, they community to come and see,

2425. Hollywood or Ft. Lauderdale, yard, unfurnished, stove and community would give plan to go to Virginia Beach especially the children to
of their own for
agers a place
987-4115. refrigerator. $160 monthlyplus and swim and have a picnic come in and participate in the
and recreationalactivitie.s.
OUR BEST BUY deposit. Fenster Realty, meetings inAction lunch. The field trips usuallyare activities that are provided for
The goals: o! Youth
Total price $8500, with only HOME AN INCOME Broker, 759-8779. is to take an active part from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.,but them at the center.
$300 down and $90 a month 2 bedroom CBS with efficiency this one will last all day. The
pays all for only 15 years. apartment, full furnished, Furnished one b e d r o o m du- in their society: through trips for the rest of the sum- ... ....
and ecoiomi ead-uvors.
: : They
large 2 bedroom, 1 bath home fenced yard, wall to 7th Ave. plex. Responsible adults. No tothe mer will be to the Museum of Arthur H. King, Center Di-

with large eat-in kitchen, and FHA price $14,000, $450downVets children or pets. 1871 NW 52nd are older striving generation to that prove they are Science, the Sequarium,the rector, attended the Florida

rear Fla. room, wall to wall ( $100).$97.01 month.Tu- Street. and Coca-Cola Bottling Plant, State Credit Union Convention
capable intelligent responsible -
carpet, beautiful, a must to bin Realtors,7906 NW 7th Ave. Rooms individuals, and their WAME, and the final trip will which was held at the Fon-

see. Veterans or displaced 691-4785. $8.50 week.Cookingand be a Hayride truck permit- tainebleau Hotel. He reported
hope is to be accepted as an
persons only $100 down,near TV. 1455 NW 37th Street. important and essential I part of ting. valuable information received -

the bus and schools, most desired Live rent free. CBS Duplex. :he community. On Tuesday and Thursday at each session.

convenient area. Call FHA Price $12,500. Owner HELP WANTED
The first major social pro-
any time. A. Ben-Kori, Real- says sell. No closing costs, Mamma Belle Pig PenBarbeque ject of the new organizations: -,

tor 759-2425. $400 down, $83.55 month,. 1294 NW 62nd St. Part- to provide a week-end vacation -

9vets $100). TUBIN Realtors, time cook, 35 or over. From for all of its members who

Nice large duplex, $6,000. 7906 NW 7th Ave., 691-4785... 6 a.m. to 12 p.m. Monday have worked allsumur! .*be.

2139 NW 47th Ter. 373-7973. Dining set Saturday. fore they return to school in GRADUATION PICTURES MADE

table, four chairs, the fall. They have been of- COME IN TODAYI

House for sale. 2 bedroom CBS buffet and china closet. 1 por- Child day care in my home. fered a package rate of$60.00for

duplex lot, $5,900 total price. table TV 6917127.DUPLEXFHAHOT. Your child will be given the a Freeport week-end, but CAPS AND GOWNS FURNISHED

373-7973. best of care Phone 759-8335, this is a good deal of money to
(Indef.) save in such a short timo.The
3 bedroom CBS fully furnished Large 2 bedroom, duplex with Community action agency r members are Investigating

built-kitchen.Call Thursday screened-in porch tremen- serving rapidly grownini' group rate possibilities toin

Sunday. Cash price $10,000. dous value price $16,900. metropolitan area is now I 1 Nassau by air and sea with theo

635-3857. $700 down payment,don't miss process decentralizing -. idea of staying with Bahamian I

this one. Drive by 820 NW 60 gram operators and is seeking: teenagers when they arrive or Johnson of Miami j

4 BEDROOM 2 BATH St. Then call Fenster Realty, nine ambitious, energetic individuals -. staying at a school. They hope

Vets or 221 people $550 down. Broker, 759-8779. for positions as tar-, this will work into an exchange

$98.74 month. Seller pays all get area directors. Area directors -, student arrangement with a

closing cost. This is probablythe "NO QUALIFYING" may be responsiblefor !1 school in Nassau and the Youth

most fantastic bargain 3 bedroom, CBS home, in nice community action programs . in Action group: in Pomano 1186 NW 38th St. 635-4748

available in Dade County to area, a real buy, good down in areas with popula, Beach. Therefore, fromlhts

day. Aetna Realty (Broker), payment with only$84 monthly tions as high as 40,000. Individuals ., attempt aweek-endtripwill

811 NW 54th St. Ph.757-5724, that includes everything,drive will be responsible for come the opportunity to visit

open 7 days.CUSTOM. by 1083 NW 76th St., then call l 3mobllizing community, another country, meet differI -

Fenster Realty, Broker, 759- sources and for the quality I I ent people, learn of their life

BUILTDUPLEX 8779. operation of ongoing antipoverty and acquaint them with the life

Luxurious CBS Duplex 2 bed- efforts in given geogra. of an American teenager in BEST NEWS STORYIN

room 1 bath Florida room on FHAFORECLOSURESCall chic area, including neighbor. Pompano Beach.
each side air conditioner,spa- us for the list of loca- hood service, child develo pMymhers of Youth in Action 1967That's

cious bedrooms large closets, tions. We have the keys and we ment, and youth centers.Applicants -. whose officers include Joyce

specially built for owner's will drive you to them. Tre- must have demon- Williams, president; Portia
mendous values if you are steated prior commitment tc I 1 vice Francine
personal use. Excellent location Clark, president; the award your community news-
FHA $1600 down. $147 qualified. Call Fenster Realty, working with poor, and must' Ii Brown, secretary and paper received last week in competition with

month. Drive by 237577 NW Broker, 759-8779. skilled administrators whc I 1 Annie M'.Cloud, treasurer,
dozens of
other leading in the
qualities of tact,per- newspapers
95th Ter., Phone 666-0411 possess have also begun soliciting ....
inspection. Atlantic and 8791 NW 25th Avenue. 3 bed-. severance, and initiative.Salary -, fuid from local businesses nation.

Pacific Realtors. room, CBS, Fla. room, utility ranges from $9,696 t I 1 and private citizens for spano -

room, air-conditioner, stove $11,220, depending on qualifi,. sorship. Any person or business We, at The :Miami t i i Times, are mighty

1963 Pontiac 4 door hardtop and refrigerator,large corner cations. Send resume, includ- 'who cannot assist teen- proud of this latest in a series of honors from
lot, FHA price $15,500. $500 ing references, before September by providing summer
Sedan. One owner, NE 3-6974 agers the National Newspaper Publisher's Association. -
month. TUB IN 9 to Marvin Smith,
down, $103.57 jobs, but want to support their
Realtors, 7906 NW 7th Avenue Special Assistant to the Exe-, self-help endeavor could con- .

station for 691-4785. cutive Director, Economic:: tact Youth in Action through
lease.Major Tenent must have some Opportunity Program Inc. oi f t Don Lester at 942-5700 during All of this is possible I though simply *

FOR RENT Dade County, 395 NW First St.,, lathe because and
security and good credit. NE the day ,or 972-0956 you gave your help cooperationin

3-6974. Store at 2967 NW 62ndSt. Zone Miami Information, Fla. For 377-017-further -a evening. making this one of the leading weekly news-

B-3. $75 per month. Call at papers in the nation. We hope you continue to
For sale 2 bedroom frame 624-3829. First and last mon MISC. read

house, screened porch, patio, th's rent. ATTENTION We buy scrap starters, bat- ,

nice yard, Allapattah, $6,000 (Ag. 30) Registration now going on, at teries, generators, alumnium
cash. 634-5536. Randolph Kindergarten and brass and copper. Midas The

WANTED Nursery. Call for details.691- Metals Co. 2770 NW 32nd Ave {J' .'

Dresses woman to share 2 bedroom 7988 or 696-3248. From 7 a.m. (Sept. 13) Jf 4 .
samples, cheap. Young
3-15. J.P.and regular. 345 NW borne completely fur- until 9 p.m. Miami .
24th St. 635-7213. nished. Miss Calloway, 634- (Aug. 30)) FOR SALE .
Large $1,500.00
6022. Juanltas''Kindergarten Is now Easy Terms
Large 2 bedroom home, manyextras W. & S.ll LandS. TimesI
very clean, plus 2 Room. Want respectable lady, open for pick up and delivery
room apartment for Income. gentlemen or couple use kit- service. For further information Baron
Call call OX 12350. Mrs.Jua-
own refrigerator. JE 8-1340
Only $1,500 down. Call chen,
757-5697 after 5:30 p.m. nita Jackson.
6049. (Sep. 13) ,

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