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Title: Miami Times
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Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: August 30, 1968
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
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,f...:....::;'' Tenants Can Sue landlords I
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r Attorneys for the Legal Ser- This case establishes the ten- The Federal District Court
!i A :::::::: vices Program have turnedtwo ant's right to enforce viola- dismissed the complaint say-
... ..:.:..:.. apparent losses in housing tions of the housing code by his ing that it was a contract ques-
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i : cases into victories. As a re- own action without waiting for tion, not a federal question that
i sult, tenants in apartments or any agencies to protect him. was presented.A Notice of Appeal
.... il was filed and in the meantime -
.I r. I houses which do not meet the In the second case, a Legal
: ti ,:-:-: minimum requirements of the Services attorney sued little little HUD and Legal
Services entered Into discussins
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1 housing code can bring suit HUD to stop them from charging -
; 1mJ against their landlord in Cir- for to about adopting regula-
"BOOW.OO.D. people damages pro-
r s fiJ cuit Court and tenants in public perty without first determining tions which would protect the
1 housing will In the future tenant's rights if he is not atfcult.
not the
t.::.:.:.:.:. 'OUTSTANDING VOLUNTEER YOUTH WORKER :.:..:.::..:. have an opportunity to appeal charged whether was or at fault. person .

: if they are wrongfully chargedfor The suit was brought by a Little agreed HUD has to now these tentatively new-
!i! to their
damages premi-
Almost talks about /
I everybody our ever Increasing /juvenile problems, woman who had been charged regulations and when they are
but only a few are making an effort to do something about them. ses.In
I il j the first case, a tenant three dollars for a broken adopted, a new precedent
m::::::! One of these: few Is 18,-year-old Clarence "Boo Boo" woods, who desiring ;:m sued his landlord and asked the mailbox, but who had no idea will have been set to guarantee -

::::::'i to make some worthwhile contribution to the youth of his community :::::;:; court to declare that his apartment , who did the damage. tenant's rights.

mm organized a group of seven youngsters and christened them :i constituted a nuisance

f:::! the "Brownsville Ambassadors." And now, four years later, the Ambassadors ) under the Florida Statutes be-
cause hot water was not applied To
:::! membership has grown to 760 strong and has taken on- an ::i: as the Code required. Negroes Urged

:::::::i auxiliary for girls known as the Crusaders: whose ages range from 8 to :::':: The tenant requested that
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IIIm With the idea of teaching: sportsmanship, teamwork and fair play, $&? collect rent until he provided Vote Against StateConstitution

sports and music make up the major part of this highly successful projj;$i'rjO hot water. The Circuit Court

'.:::.:::.:::.r gram. The group plays football, Softball and other sports and has its j::::.:.|::.:|: District dls missed Court his case of Appeals and the
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i:::: Woods' interest in these youths is so compelling that even though ::::::::1;! But, the Appeals Court said

mm': circumstances make it necessary for him to work two jobs, he still finds %$ that there are cases where a

c;:::::: time to furnish/ them withoutstanding leadership. :%::::$::: violation of the housing code The Florida division of the cause: Negroes had no hand in
mm He often digs :deep into his pockets finance : could be a nuisance under
own to buy equipment or iijSj National Association for the its formulation, no Negroes
::::::; a trip for the kids. !:::::::' Florida law.Therefore. Advancement of Colored People -. sat in the legislature that coni -

C mm;: Woods, a native Miamian is I a graduate of Booker T. Washington High $$1 tenant can sue, It his is landlord clear thata,but has urged some 300OOC 0 i I sldered it, it does not confrontthe

m School and lives with his wife and three children at 5345 N.W. 26th'Ave. i 1$i the case must have more seri registered Negro voters to op'pose problems facing the statei
the proposed new i of Florida, it assures no civil ,

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Aa.NAACP leader said hfcgroup's continues :the discriminatory
opposition could bell> system of capital punishment.
defeat the proposition at the i The resolution was adoptedat
I. $2.1 Million For CEP Job'Training polls.At. the Florida State Conference -

a meeting Sunday, the i of NAACP BranchesSun-
NAACP adopted a resolution]i day and Marvin Davies, state
EOPI officials revealed this ready to accept applicants for Model Cities area. from the Model City area of calling for "each of the 61 1 field director, conceded the
week that a $2.1 million fed vocational training by the end The program will be admin Liberty City and BrownsvilleIn branches throughout Floridato black vote alone could not defeat -
eral Concentrated Employ- of the year. The Concentrated istered by the Dade War on a 15 to 18-month period. immediately begin a campaign the constitution
ment Program is expected to Employment Program, one of Poverty agency the Economic One new approach Isthat to defeat this proposed I "But we're not going to be
begin within several weeks. newest branches engaged in Opportunity Program Inc.,un- priority will be given to males, constitution at the polls in November alone out there," he said. "A
the War on Poverty,is, intended der a grant funding from the especially those between the ." lot of people are going to vote
Leo Fishman, local project for the training of persons U. S. Labor Department ages of 16-22, since experi- The resolution said the con- against it for their own rea-
director, said that be will be- considered especially difficult CEP will combine several ence has shown there Is a stitution is unacceptable be- sons. We'll help kill it."
gin setting up a program then to help. existing training programswith scarcity of males in manpower

if an expected grant is received. strategic new aims,Fish programs for the hard-core ......"... ...lor.,.. ..ill,.. ...III.... M ..III.... .JIL-.- .JIL-.- -.III..- .III.T .-.III..JIL..- -..- .JIL.III..JIL.III..III..JIL.III..III..JIL..III..III..III... .... .... .... .... .... -.- -.- .... .... -.- T T II. &
The Dade program, however man siad. It is designed to unemployed.The i" : :

Fishman said he hoped to be, will be confined to the train and place 1,200 persons out underemployed program will personsfor also seek : Marilyn Sweeting Is : :


Poverty War Funded With person upgrading.To qualify must for. be CEP unemployed traininga : Promising Young Artist .:

' or not have suitable employ- A little girl (4'10") with big Tuskegee Institute, Coconut '
ment; he must be a resident talent would aptly describe Grove School House Gallery 'I

$2 Million CutDade of Liberty City and there must Marilyn J. Sweeting. A versatile '!Mr_ ,
be a suitable place for him in artist who Is at home with

the program. the realistic, abstract or nonobjective '
County's War on That level,however,was not The new budget provides$1. Fishman said there is a she uses graphics r *
Poverty was awarded a $5.6 considered sufficient to makea 5 million for central administration great chance of success for the as her favorite medium of expression -
million grant Tuesday for the dent In the Dade ghetto areas. and the operation the program. But he indicated that particularly etchingand I I.E4- k4
1968-69 fiscal year agency The federal Office of Economic nine neighborhood service It would still fall short of solving engraving. Generally her

operations, Congressman Opportunity had centers.An the area's employment subjects deal with current so-
Claude Pepper announced.The earlier ordered cuts to the additional $4.1 million problems.The cial and political situations.
million represents actual spending level of last for Headstart and day care latest available figures, Miss Sweeting is a native

the same$5.6 anount that was spent year. (Continued on page 6)) which are a year old,show that New Yorker but considers MI- i iI I
even If all 1,200 persons are
ami her home since elemen-
last according .
by the agency year,
placed they would represent
officials. It tary and high school days were
to EOPI Residents face only 10 or 15 per cent of whatis She 1959 t
will provide for only a piece- Ghetto spent here. was a .
needed in the area.
Silver Knight Nominee in Art
meal attack on the problems of ,
Job training will begin with debutante and the Booker
the rather than a concerted a T.
poor, ;
an orientation period lasting t
effort the Insurance Washington 1959 winner in the
by agency. Squeeze from two to 10 weeks.
The amount approved was "Freedom is our Heritage"contest. La
Some trainees will then go
more than $2 million less than homes directly into Job training while (etchings currently on sale),
the antipoverty The Economic Opportunitj]t coverage policies on After completing the art
that requested by
LegalServices Is attempting tc i I partlculary In ghetto areas," others receive basic training, curriculum at Spellman Col- Beaux Arts Exhibition sale and
organization.Last most recent the First Annual
education and indoctrination in
secure insurance policies foi Futerfas wrote. lege, Atlanta, Georgia, Miss
Black Arts Festival of Miami.
year's spending level good work habits before goingon
ghetto residents who have beenrefused 1 "To the homeowner who is Sweeting transferred to the
The interest shown in Marilyn's
slash -
included budget for specific training.
new policies. without fire insurance, and University of Miami. She is
in the last four months which, Fishman said orientationand exhibit during the festi-
In a letter to Broward Williams ' for the
suffers such a disaster it can currently studying
along with a long delay In approval training should take abouta val says this young artistbears
state insurance com
well mean economic ruin, In Master Degree at the University
of the budget,severely missioner Assistant Director year, but be said there is no watching
addition, most of the homes 's School of Art.
crippled the program and almost Irwin S. Futerfas asked thai tof; located within such areas guarantee that the programwWcontlnuetobeAmdedafter Between graduation and entering -
killed it. Williams relieve the plight school she
have mortgages on them. graduate PIPELINELook
Officials of the Economic many of these ghetto residents i the initial 15 months. taught Arts and Crafts at Dade
Opportunity Program Inc.,the The attorney said the CEP, he said, is the most County's Miami Carol City
local War on Poverty agency "It has recently come to our cancellation of this type of Insurance comprehensive attempt to Senior High and Allapattah for a gala testimonial
submitted a $8.7 million attention that several, could place the homeowner solve the unemployment prob- Junior High Schools. for state legislative candidateJoe
budget for this year, in an effort insurance companies are re- In an immedlated and lem In Liberty City and Kershaw. Joe, a popular
to restore many programs fusing to sell new policies!I dire financial predicament, Brownsville. It combines Miss Sweeting has exhibited Dade school teacher, won the
at the same level as they were and are reluctant to renew, and result In foreclosure of the many existing programs and her art work atSpellman demoncratlc nod for the state
in 1967. existing fire and extended I property. focuses them in this one area. College, University of Miami, legislature earlier this year.University I

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tints concurred with UM faculty representatives on the
University of Miami president Stanford hasannounced pective students. That financial aid for students be pro-
Harry King difficulty of obtaining top-night Negro teachers and suggested .
the recommendations of three distinguished vided as needed in this recruitment effort. the course be manned by visiting lecturers who

Negro sociologists Invited to the campus to discuss the (2). That an integrated course in Negro history and would spend one week on Campus. All members of the-
Inauguration of additional courses dealing with the historyof elective assistance in the development of
culture be offered, utilizing visiting lecturers,as an committee pledged course.
Afro-Americans. for all students above the freshman level.(Dr. Smith materials and the recruitment of Negro teachers.
Results of the July 23-24 campus jofieilngswlmmembers noted that the consultants repeatly insisted that courses Such a course is now in the planning stage for offering
of the faculty, administration, United Black Students and on black culture and history should not be regarded as during the spring semester, Dr. Stanford said. As outlined .

the Undergraduated Student Government were submitted by desirable for Negro student alone but should be Integral by Dr. Charlton W. Tebeau, chairman the history

cODSUltants'chalrmal\Dr.CharlesU.Smltb.Dr. Smith parts of balanced curricula for non-Negro students as department, the new course is tentatively titled "nie
Is chairman of the department of sociology at Florida "
well.) Negro in the United States. It will be staffed by present
Agricultural and Mechanical University,Tallahassee, (3). That a Negro (black) counselor be employed with faculty and supplemented by four nationally known black
Fla. The two other consultants
wer Dr. Kenneth E. Marshall
offices possibly located In the Union for easy access to historians as visiting lecturers. Dr. Tebeau added that
vice president for community affairs, Metropolitan students." local resources might also be drawn into the presentationof
Applied Research Center, New York City, and Dr.DanielC.
president Stanford
Commenting on the recommendations, the course.
Thompson of Dillard University; NewOrleans. La., said: Dr. Tebeau noted that the history department has for
where he Is 'professor, of sociology, chairman of the division "As to enrollment of additional black students, many years included the role of the Negro in Americain
of social sciences and director of
research. receipt of the UBS petition, the University had granted such course offerings as "The History of the Old South

(The Invitation was extended the consultants following scholarships to 25 graduates of the UM Upward Bound pro- "U.S. Civil War and Reconstruction," which includes the
the receipt of a petition dated May 1 from the U M chapterof gram to enable them to enter the Universityas freshmanthis problems of the freedman, and "The History of the New
United Black Students asking for some 30 new black- year. A grant from the Rockefeller foundation will South."
oriented courses to be taught by black professors, the assist us in meeting the costs of the total program planned Other departments offering programs dealing with con
hiring of black counselors and security guards, and the for these students this year. tributlons and problems of America's black people include

recruitment of 200 additional black students,effective this secured the those in the fields of human relations,psychology,social
"After receiving the UBS petition, we ap-
September. The consultants elected to consider all aspects proval of our Board of Trustees for additional 25 dis- science, geography, economics, art and English.
of the petition rather than limit their discussionsto advantaged students Identified by our admisssions Officeas As to point 3, employment of a Negro counselor, Dr.
course additions.) Stanford said that a search for an Associate'Director' of
of college potential. These will enroll as John F. Ken
Student Activities is underway. Several candidates for the
in a summation of the recommendations of the consultants nedyMartin Luther King Jr. Memorial Scholars, Since'
interviewed and is
position have been post expected to be
Dr. Smith listed the following in order of priority our admissions forms carry no questions as to race or
of the
filled Sept. 1. Responsibilities Director
upon the consultants and black students creed, we do not know how many black students may enroll
will include serving as a communications link with
this fall as freshmen or transfer students from
(1). That the University of Miami make very effort to areas. It is anticipated that among these there will be a students In involvements,minority groups and

have 200 black students enrolled by September,196S.That number of black students. Last year, 80 Negroes enrolled social service organizations."I .
criteria other than test scores be used to admit students, full time, another 80, part time. anticipate that he will serve also as a black missionary
e.g. teacher's, recommendations, interviews with pros- On: the matter of the new history course, the consul- to the whites on the campus," Dr. Stanford said.

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Landlords Honored for Good Georgians- Form New Political Party. I

A TLANT A.- Fifty con- the needs of the poor and Black Drive, S.E. for the purpose of
cerned citizens in DeKalb's people, we decided to form our acquiring the nessary signatures
Apartment Maintenance 76th House of RepresentativesDistrict own party. to get its first candidateon

met on yesterday and The Party of Christian De- the November ballot run-

the contrast of decent low living proof of the fact that collect rents and maintain the began forming a new political mocracy will open up its head- ning for the State's 76thHouse
cost housing in a substandardarea ghetto landlords can afford to buildings themselves throughone party quarters at 1965 Boulevard District Seat.

the 1 owntownNegro Dis- make repairs and can elicit of the rental agencies,but
The Party of Christian De-
trict, has'won for landlordsJoe the tenants'cooperation if they rather collect rents and main
drafted its first
Nurenberg and Sam Bad- meet them halfway. tain the buildings themselves mocracy, as 5 yr. Service
nominee, famous civil rights BRAND NEW
ames the award of Landlordsof The two partners, were eliminating absentee own- leader Hosea L. Williams Guarantee
the Year. selected after many days of ership, an evil that contributes
Henry Lane, president of a visiting apartments and inter- greatly to slum conditions.ANNOUNCEMENT John Evans, elected as o VACUUM CLEANER
local block club and a memberof viewing hundreds of- tenants Chairman of the new party
the Culmer Legal Services by Culmer Staff members. stated, "We evaluated both SPECIAL PRICE
Advisory Panel presented the They found that the partners I Party's candidates for our 50
award at Culmer Center of units meet minimum stand- 76th House District seat and SI

E.OP.I., 490 NW 11th Street, ards of housing established by The Bethel Temple Kinder- found none of them truly qualified 7ft. hose I U EASY
Miami on Wednesday, August Metropolitan Dade County. garten and Day School will and experienced enough to ** Rug Tool TERMS
28, at 8:30 p.m. The award is For example, hot water and re-open for this school year effectively represent the citizens Ext.Uph. attachment
a joint project of Calmer Center extermination service is sup- Sept. 3, 1968. Registration of the 76th District and : Crsvics I word tool: 1 COMPLETE WITH ALL ATTACHMENTS

and Culmer Legal Services plied in all the units, which is isnow going on. You may protect our homes and the future FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION,
initiated in the hope of encour- not the case In many housing call 633.4162 or 6910446. of our children After
aging other neighborhood land- units in the Downtown Negro Our hours are 7:00 to 4:30 finding none of the party's can- NO OBLIGATION
lords to take an interest in Im- District. For further information call didates suitable and knowing

proving unsanitary and unsafe In addition, the landlords the above numbers. that both the Democratic and Call 6251261ABBEYDOMESTIC,15982

conditions in their apartments.The selected do not shield themselves Miss Clemetine Fox or Mrs. Republican Parties are sensitive -
two partners, Nu- through one of the Doris Akins. to the white power NW 27th Avenue
renberg and Badames, are rental agencies, but rather (S6)) structure's demands and not

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Seeks Changes KB f} \

London Conference

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Premier Lynden Pindling for the island chain off Flori- ,four from the opposition and"
outlined in detail before the da's east coast. 'three by the governor. The
Bahamas House of Assembly The PLP proposed that once present 15-member Senate n y t9 ii.
August 21 theProgressive the new constitution comes includes eight appointed the
Liberal Party proposals for into effect the Islands will be governor, five from the gov- i.
constitutional change. known as"The Commonwealthof ernment and two from the opposition
There were no major sur- the Bahama Islands." .
prises but the overtones of The more substantive pro- THE GOVERNMENT would WI1 ,, ;
eventual independence were posals for change, as outlinedby ,
assume general responsibility
obvious, even In the proposed Pindling to the Assembly, \
for police and Internal se-
preamble, which reads in part: include: li a ;i -
curity matters now in the
. the people of the Ba- PROVISIONS to bring the : _
hands of the British
hama Islands, having marchedthe Freeport Area of Grand Baha
dark Journey through slav- ma under more effective cen- THE BRITISH governor
ery, piracy and deprivation, tral government control. The would retain control of defense
now stand at the daybreak of booming gambling center east and foreign affairs but, provi-
freedom; and, believing in the of palm Beach has been a virtual sions for delegation to or con-
principles of selfdetermination government within a gov- sultation with the Bahamas

and orderly development, ernment under terms of the government on foreign affairsare q$ +yl i N FYI YIt
look forward to the full dawn 1955 Hawksbill Creek Act. included.
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of nationhood. . THE BAHAMAS governmentwould Pindling has emphasizedhis
A Bahamian delegation be consulted in the appointment government is not now seeking
Pictured above are some of members of the Miami clergy who will attend -
opens a "constitutional ad of British and is not issue
a gover- Independence an -
vance" conference in London nor for the Islands. as far as his governmentis the National Baptist Convention USA, Inc. which will be held in Atlanta, I
with British officials Sept. 19 THE SENATE would be concerned, although It is Georgia, September 3rd through September 8th. Dr.. J. H. Jackson is presi
as the PLP of Premier Pind composed of 17 members, 10 reported several of his cabinet dent and Dr. J.. A. F- Fin lay son is vice president.
ling seeks greater self-rule from the government party, members favor it.
Calls Police Pia. Gets 270 Davs 1
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Joseph Waller Jr. Judge Henry voice amplifier into a parked
I Metro Commends Citizens On Conduct was found guilty of heard from a patrol cruiser, "Pig, pig, I
verbal abuse of a St. be r s of your oink, olnkl"

During RiotThe burg police officer, said'I' It might be a -. .. -,.,-.--- .. --
and using obscene without you." ,
Metro Commission at FLORIDA, that the membersof setting an example for other and was sentenced to 270 militant
its last meeting passed a reso- this Board commend the members of the community by In Jail. connection with P
lution commending citizens of citizens of the community of supporting the local authori- "You set yourself up as in which
the community of Liberty City Liberty City for their exem- ties in their effort to restore vior of your community," shouted over a
for their conduct during the plary conduct duringthere- peace and tranquility to the
recent civil disturbances.The cent civil disturbances and for community. $5,666,141 ApprovedFor w

resolution follows:
WHEREAS, Dade County experienced Police Cost More Head Start ProaramU.
its first serious
civil disturbance on August 7, Than Damage In Riot S. Representative Dante granted for 3,420 children to
1968; andWHEREAS Fascell has announced that the participate in the full-time
The recent racial distur- way to verify the figures, he Office a f Economic Opportunity program for a twelve month
the great ma- bance in Liberty City cost all said.Metro has approved grants total- period. Mrs. Marie S. Carl .t. -k
of the citizens of
jority Negro governmental agencies a total earlier reporter its Ing $5,666,141 for the educa- will direct the local program.In GEORGE WILLIAMS
the community of Liberty City of about $485,000, city man- expenses as$206,037.That Included tion of Dade County children addition, Fa s cell said I wish to express my sin-
showed intelligence and restraint ager Melvin Reese reportedthis $188,922 for deputiesand under the Federal Head-Start $3,830,861 was granted for the cere appreciation to everyone
by not participating in week. Damages to pro- $17,115 for firemen cal- Program. neighborhood center programas who took time out tOt,vote for
these disturbances; and perty amounted to only $192- led for off-duty or working In the report from his Wash- well as for 2,240 children me for the Model Cities Governing
WHEREAS, the majority of 000. overtime. ington Office, the Congressman under the part-time Head- Board.
the residents of the community The National Guard esti- Start
Reese told the Miami City said $1,835,280 was program.
of Liberty City cooperatedwith mated its expenses at $21,500a
Commission the City's costs
the authorities in their efforts day' for keeping riot troopson
amounted to $135,922.95 and
to quell these disturbance of
duty from the night Aug.
included salaries, equipmentand FOR THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMMODATIONS.
7 to Aug. 14.
other .
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT expenses.The The Florida Highway Patrol AT MODERATE RATES-CALL
RESOLVED BY THE BOARDOF expenses, he said, estimate its expenses at$10- .
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS cover the period from Aug. 000 for keeping troopers on
OF DADE COUNTY, 7 to 13. An audit is now under duty three days. BONDED */

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% .OGrCiv r' G:34Viwiv 'SrG'Irm' > community recreation center for teenagers and adults "rent I
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Tenants concern will stop vandalism and reduce thecost ofhousing.


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Offlc.t 6530NW 15th Av..Miami, Fla. 331"7-Phonel 691-0421 ,-, Of Rw Booker T. Hayes 1 i \ --. ... fry Whitney M. Young Jr.ErecuUveDlrectftrMttionai.:

H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher ,L -" -- -- Urban Linn..

GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor
STANLEY I. SWEETING Th-otrlcol Editor How Do I Love TheeHow -

National The Welfare System
Advertising Representative Replacing
Amalgamated Publishers, I Inc.' do I love thee?Let me count the ways. I love >

310 Madison Avenue. New York, N. Y. 10017 depth and breath and height my soul can reach, when feelingout

Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association of sight for the ends of being and ideal grace. Everyone seems to be joining In blasting the welfare system
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I love thee to the level of everyday's most quiet need, by Such criticism is long overdue and I hope that the concerns

SUBSCRIPTION RATES sun and candlelight. love thee freely,as men strive> for right. voiced by some political figures and others in recent weeks
ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS S3.00 FOREIGN $6.QO turn from praise. I love thee with constructive alternatives to a welfare
I love thee purely, as they will lead to some system

Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Poll the passion j put to use in my old griefs, and with my childhoodfaith. which isn't working.It .

Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 .
last.saints. is supposed to help the poor, but Instead it traps them In
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" I love thee with a lovelseemedto lose with my bureaucratic forms and papers. It is
The NEGRO PRESS believes that America best lead tears of all my life, and a system of supposed to
can smiles
breath ,
love thee with ,
I ,
the world from racial and national antagonism when it accordsto better after death. help people to climb out of poverty, but the grants are below
love thee
every man regardless of his race, creed or color his human if God choose, I shall but the poverty levels set by the government itself.
.and legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no man..the Negro Elizabeth Barrett BrowningI
Press strives to help every man in the firm belief that all men The welfare system is supposed encourage independence
ore hurt as long Is held back. doubl- ,
as the
anyone here pinned to
such the
often found as one
poems but instead it cuts relief allotments by 100 percent of whatever -
ed-over pillow marking my side of the bed. This was a method an individual Is able to earn. So if a family is getting

ie ditor'otebnnh used by my wife to impart endearing little messages when ex- fifty dollars a week and one of the children gets a part time

haustion prevented her from awaiting my arrival. I had become job and makes $20, the whole family's allotment is cut back to

quite accustomed to receiving such messages and my $30. What kind of incentive Is that?
SCHOOLS appreciation for poetry was enhanced.A year has passed since
TUESDAY death ended the possibility of my ever again receiving these The system is supposed to help families stay together, but

Dade County schools open its sessions Tuesday with an enrollment endearments from my beloved, but the memory of those received instead it forces fathers to leave home because government

of 235,700 students and 9,01 6 teachers.This year the has sustained me. This represer.tsbutone of the many won't pay anything to families with "man in the house" under

teachers will get an increase in salary, beginners receiving enjoyable memories that have made events otthe past year acceptable the Aid of Dependent Children program.The .
if not understandable. We, my children and I, have
$6,650 a year. The average salary will be $8,300. Teachers
with doctorate degrees and 16 years experience will receive found that life goes on, and I believe each of us is wiser because system is supposed to give aid to those in need, but
The of it.'PHIL. far more than half of those entitled to relief don't get it.
$12,374. Legislature has appropriated$84 million for Dade
County schools this year. It is supposed to help the poor by giving them trained social
work counsel but social workers are reduced to
Two schools of 50 pupils each will be opened for emotionally Investigatorsand
disturbed elementary children and a special school for 120 bookkeepers with little time to establish a relationshipwith
OSSOFERA their clients that goes beyond the form-filling that
junior high school boys who are severe behavior problems. The

visiting teacher staff will be expanded with the addition of 26 demean their profession.The .
welfare system is a flop and some of the most talented
case workers to handle behavior ,
. problems on a more intensive former Miami truck to one of two churches in the
and humane welfare adminstrators that it has
basis. salesman who now owns his neighborhood of his shop, and agree failed.

The long-awaited county-wide public kindergarten system own truck sales agency in that whenever a problem arose It's time we considered alternative means of helping the

will go into effect under a $2.6 million appropriation. Tampa proved to me how prac- with an employee he could usually poor--strategies which will eliminate poverty altogether while

Superintendent Edward Whigham welcomed the teachers and tical it is to hire Black help. clear it up through the giving people the Incentives and skills to find work; a system

told them each school is to devote special attention this year His shop foreman is Black,and minister of his church. He will allow people in need to get the grants which keep them out

to racial discrimination and. to student discipline. September so are about 50% of his mechanics said, "I never have to go to of poeverty while they retain their dignity

3 is the day set for more tnan 221,800 to be registered for Black and White work the union to solve these problems Just such a system of income maintenance has been proposedbyseveraiverydistinguished -

classes. The 9,000 teachers were at work on Monday prepar- side by side under Black man- ."
groups. Last spring, a 12-
ing for the children.Dr. .
agement.The During the recent distur- man committee of national business leaders issured a reportto
Whigham directed the six district superintendents to see
the of this bances in Tampa his shop was New York state which recommended a negative income tax.
that principal and staff of each school give formal consid- owner agency, a
left intact. I think this in itself
eration this year to charges and problems of racial discrimi- friend of long standing, told me shows the This would mean that a family earning less than the poverty
of do-
nation; and to student discipline programs and activities for that his white mechanics give standard would
get payments to make up the difference. This
ing right. Had all businessmendone
providing equal opportunity without regard to race and to ade- him much more trouble than is just one proposal for a natiOnal economic security
likewise program
quate opportunity for students and community groups to assistin the Black, and are more apt to no businesses Another variant is the guaranteed annual income which would
the development ,of positive programs of action. be dis-s a t1 s f 1e d.The Black would have been destroyed. In do about the
same thing but would be
fact there separate from the tax
might not have been
mechanics trust-
Schools that are not yet racially Integrated have Just as are more structure.
much worthy. On one occasion when any riots at all.
responsibility as the Integrated schools said superin- ,
Support for such a welfare reform is building rapidly. Justa
tendent Whigham. tools were disappearing from Another advantage he foundin
few years ago it was considered a wild idea, but now it is
the shop, a white mechanic accused hiring Black help is that under -
supported by the most sophisticated and concerned people in
a black mechanic of
present conditions, he has leadership roles.
Re-evaluate Vocational stealing them. The thefts con- no fear of them leaving him,

tinued and the manager of the because no one else is hiring More than 1,000 university economists signed a statement

company (who, incidentally is them. endorsing a national system of income guarantees sup-
a woman), called for an inspection -
TrainingAfter of the employees'cars. Openly enthusiastic about plements." Another group of 26 businessmen and civic leaders

the integrated makeup of his endorsed such a program. So did the Kerner Commission
The tools were found in
the recent civil disorder, it would appear to us to be the white man's car. firm, he closed his story with( Report. So did the Commission on Automation and Technology.

the opportune time tobeginre-evaluatingour existing,and an- this statement, "You can bet
tiquated out moded vocational training program in black My friend said that most of Fm not going to contribute to The total cost of most of the proposals for an economic security

Junior and Senior High Schools. his black employees belonged Wallace's campaign fund." program vary, but it is estimated that a negative income
tax would end poverty for 30 million Americans at a cost of

The need to train these young people on modern, up-to-date less than $20 billion. At present, federal, state, and city

materials and equipment is Immediate.But governments are spending $8 billion to give inadequate assistance

while we are speaking of the antiquated equipment, we ETTERS toEDITO to only 8 million people.An .

should also take a long,hard look at the unqualified teachers in i to mend It
economic makes .
security sense
We need to discontinue courses program
these schools--there are many. J.
II makes sense to a lot of other people too.
and training for jobs that no longer exist. I

The need to have a coordinated effort between training for Dear Sir;

jobs and availability jobs is acute and long overdue.We needto

train girls in the garment industry, as many Cubans are We hear that Dade County wants the best quality educationfor

being trained today. all its children. I doubt that very much.I ATTENTIONIf

have Just taught at Dorsey Junior High School the past two
Unless we realistically remodel and completely revamp our ,
years under contract, and received a
satisfactory rating both
existing vocation training these people will
program, young
times. I am four hours short of receiving
have been denied the opportunity to make it." a masters degree,
and I have been specially trained by Dade County to teach in Your Favorite

disadvantaged schools.

I was given verbal promise ot employment Dade County, Newstand Doesn't
but instead the county placed totally inexperienced teachers
A Hand For UM in many positions in the dominently Negro schools.

I was told that my past two contracts were "just formali-
The University of Miami tobecommendedforitsrolein accepting
They sure looked like contracts to
and Implementing the recommendations of three black
As a result of Dade County's dubious
hiring practices, I am
a specially trained, well educated TIMES
experienced, and very un- THE
employed teacher who wanted very much to teach in a dis-
The three black sociologists -Dr. Charles U. Smith, Dr. advantaged school this
Kenneth Marshall and Dr. Daniel i Thompson urged the year.

University make every effort to have 200 black students en- Dade County just spent several thousands of the taxpayers'

rolled this fall term. dollars, training me to teach in a Negro school, and then will CALL US AT

not use me. There are several specially trained
They also suggested that criteria other than test scores be me in the County who are not employed. like ONCE AT

used to admit students and that financial aid for students be

provided as needed in this recruitment effort. Don't tell me that Dade County wants the best for its Negro
schools Don't tell me that racial
prejudice is dead
The sociologists said that the university should have an integrated school system either. 691-0421

course in black history and culture as an elective for If Dade County wants the best for its Negro children

all students above the freshman level.They also recommended doesn't it use the teachers it has trained for :why

that a black counselor be employed with offices located in the than Inexperienced teachers from out of stateS rather WE TO
answers AIM
Student Union for easy access to students. suggest themselves.

The University can well profit from the the efforts of the Sincerely, SERVE YOU

courageous band of black students who sought many of the Joseph E. Jackson

above recommendations. 3024 S.W. 9th St. -

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DAWN CTEPNAL PEACE." I ,, I, 1'1 is.
Speaks ,

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A Nixon Is An Agnew

l, Is A WallaceAt ",i,

At a time America's outstanding problems are poverty,
'f urban decay and racism at home and a tragic and brutal war
abroad, the most resounding pledge the Republican Party madeto
the American people at Miami Beach was to preserve "law
,I and order" -- which, as everyone knows, is a pledge to keep
the Negro in his place.
Of course, there were other pledges made as well. But
Nixon and Agnew hinted strongly to the American people --
particularly to the Southern racists and Northern backlashers
I -- that none of these other promises could come true unless
t they got the votes necessary to move against the Negro in the
streets If this is not naked blackmail, it Is one of the most
vulgar political pacts ever made in a national election cam- .
,I j
paign. _
It is not the Negro who is the most urgent domestic prob-
lem, it is his needs. It is not the Negro who is the greatest
threat to the police, it is he who is already the greatest vic- 1 fA
tim of police brutality and repression. It is not the Negro who t
is most violent towards him. In his heart, Nixon knows he's
wrong. Agnew knows this. And the man -- Wallace -- whose
votes they are competing for, even he knows this. Therefore,
. in failing to address themselves to the real needs of the black
people and the poor people, in proposing guns and billy clubs
; and mace to contain the legitimate demands of those people
,r' for Justice, Nixon and Agnew are not only exhibiting a callous
cynicism, but are entering into a pact with the evil genius of "JUSTICE COMES FIRST. THEN THE SCALES WILL BALANCE1Police 'oas
American politics -- George Wallace.

I" While Nixon's acceptance speech ignored the spreading
cial and economic evils taking place in America, particularly I And Community
in the cities, his only crumb to the black community was to I The Negro
; promise them some form of black capitalism.First of all, that "
f;, is really what it is, a crumb. And even if it were more than a ::m::!: The most abrasive and,potentially"'the most dangerous that low estate-- what with all the opportunities,Negroes :jig:::: '
crumb, it would still be a fraud, because people are going to ::::::::::;:: issue confronting the Negro ghettos of our land is that of believed, open to any white person.The white poor deemed !;:::11,
\ solve the problems of the ghettos only when they are torn down ::!:::$;j police-community relations. Although not the basic problem their pale faces sufficient to assure them superiority ;::::::::::
and rebuilt into decent communities, only when the govern ::'::::$::: it is certainly the most explosive.Developments this over all Negroes. Thus, the two groups despised each :$::::::::::
1\" ment, as the employer of the first and last resort, provides ,!:!5;:::$:: summer in Cleveland, Brooklyn and elsewhere in the na- other more than they hated their common enemy and ex- ::::::::
Jobs and social services for the hard core poor. And what :::;:i&::::: tion give unmistakable warning that time is running out. ploiter- the wealthy white slaveholder. *:::&::::
about housing, and schools,and medical care,and mass trans- ::$::;:::: Unless a solution Is found, we face the probability of a In the main, the police are still recruited from this tra- :yj::::$::::
portation to where the jobsareAreallthese going to be provided :::1;::;$:::: prolonged period of disruption, of retaliatory killings and tum of white society and, perhaps unknowingly,retain the ''!;:::::::
by black capitalism? :j::::::;>:; of mass slaughter, culminating in the imposition of a fas- ancient attitudes of their ante-bellum predecessors-not 'gig::::::::
j' For Nixon to suggest anything else is to indicate clearly that ;::i$:::1: clst-type "law and order" regime. all police officers, of course, but a number sufficient to ';gig:::::::;
under his Presidency the Federal Government would abandon ;:::;ix'::::: Despite the protestations of the Police Benevolent Association sustain a continuing problem in the ghetto. The Algiers :%:::l:
its legitimate responsibility to be the chief and central agent ::&::::::< the John Birch Society and other apologists for Motel massacre in Detroit last year and the obscene re. :$::::$::::
I of the social and economic transformation so urgently demanded :::::&:::::: police practices, there is such a thing as police abuse, action of some of Cleveland's white cops to Mayor Carl :j:::::::
now by America's millions of poor people and black peo- :::Si::::::: including brutality,discourtesy and harassment.Negroes Stokes' life-saving order of July 23,1968,reveal the per- !:$;::
'f' pie :::::ft::::: are not the sole victims but, being poor and possessing sistence of this odious mentality. .yj:::::$::
Thus Nixon and Agnewand their cohort George Wallace have ::::$::::: little power,they are the principal victims.By being careful Infuriated by the wanton slaying of three of their fellow :::1iir::;:
f t by design and purpose written off any concern for the blacks @:::&::::: and lucky, a ghetto resident may escape hostile en- officers, the Cleveland police appeared eager return to ::;:$i::
and the poor. And in doing, so they have made It clear that :::$::::::;; counters with the police. The trouble is one never knows the ghetto. Mayor Stokes' timely order placing the area ::::;::::
I'!i they have neither interest in nor respect for the Negro vote. ::1:ijijij:::::::: when luck may elude him or when he may lapse into off-limits to them for 24 hours averted a bloody confrontation :%::$:::::
The clear design is to sacrifice both the NegrQ and the national :::ijijiji:::::; "carelessness' in the view of the cop on the beat. between angry police and equally angry and armed :$::$:
commitment to social Justice on the altar of Southern racism fj W:::: Tragically, the ghetto residents are also the principal black extremists. Some property was destroyed,but lives 1:!:$::
ii: and the white backlash. ::::::::$::;: victims of ghetto crime. Negro merchants in new York j were saved on both sides, thanks to the courage and perspicacity $:::::::;
, In view of this unholy romance among Nixon, Agnew and ::::::::::::: and Cleveland have recently complained about the lack of of Cleveland's alert mayor. ::.::::::.:::;
': :'::'
i; Wallace I commend Jackie Robinson for his decision :$::: As the National Advisory Commission
courageous :!::::: police protection. Negroes have long been the victims of indiscriminate t: ::::
3 k to leave the Republican Pary this year and throw his :::i:::::j: on Civil Disorders reported, there Is a widespread conviction and unpunished killings by cops. Now there appears to be :::;::::i
it? support elsewhere. His is the kind of political courage essen- :::$:::::: that "the police maintain a much less rigorous retaliation in kind-the indiscriminate assault upon cops :%::::::::::
;{ tial for our time, and it gives fair warning to all black Americans :::i:::::: standard of law enforcement in the ghetto,tolerating there in ghetto areas. Neither can be allowed to continue. There %1:'::::
' that a vote for Nixon is different from vote for Wal- ::::::::: activities like drug addiction prostitution, and
no a ;::: Illegal will be no peace in our cities if this kind of warfare is not !lijxj:::::::;
t lace, which, in turn, is no different from a vote for racism. :j::::::: street violence that they would not tolerate elsewhere." halted. At stake are not merely the lives of the armed :;::$::::::;
1; It becomes clearer, then, that the coming elections may ,:::i:$:: Moreover, Negro citizens believe police treat complaints combatants but also those of many innocent persons, :::::::;::
r' well be the most crucial since the Reconstruction when the :::!::::jj::::::; and calls for help from Negro areas much less urgently mostly black, caught in the crossfire as in Cleveland. In :$::$::
( Federal Government sold out to the racists and segregationists i:!j than from white areas."Daily experience in practically -
" ; :: :; the long run, the very survival of the cities is at stake. :&:::::
; and ran out on the Negro people. And considering the :::jjiji::::::}: every ghetto vindicates these convictions
:; balance of power which the Negro vote holds in any national :jijiji::::::; There Is bitter irony in the arrogant defiance of au- Reconstitution of the police establishment is essential. ::::$:!!
' election, it behooves every blackAmerican to register now and ;:|::::jj::::::: thority- departmental as well as civilian expressed Employment of more Negro police officerswouldhelpbut :pS:::::::
to vote in November. Only thus can they frustrate the machi- :::!::::jjj:::::: by John J. Cassese, president of New York City's PBA. would not provide the total or permanent answer. The ;$:.::$::
;' nations of the Nixon-Agnew-Wallace axis. Only thus can they :|:::jji::.; On August 12 be announced,as reported in the press, that tendency of municipal authorities to regard the police !:::::::::::; 1
l'i hope to block the way of,those who hope to sneak into power :$:::::i:; "We're going to enforce the law 100 per cent . regard- force as a special, privileged category of civil servants :$:::$::1: :
;: by turning the clock back and once again abandoning the Negroto ::!&::::::::: less of what 0 r d e r.s we may get from any superior of- not subject to civilian regulation must be abandoned. If J$:::&:::: I
,\ the mercy of racism and Jim Crow. :::&::::::::: ." In short, the patrolman is called upon to interpret the quality of the police force is to be improved, stan- g:::$:::: '
,\ &::::::: the law on the spot and act accordingly, notwithstanding dards must be raised, training augmented, and salaries ::::i:1:;
i i fl w fl i i Mbu* k. v :ivi::::: orders for restraint designed to prevent loss of life and a substantially increased. Thus, more enlightened and, ':jigi-:::!
ivi hopefully, less prejudiced personnel could be recruited. ;::$:::i;
:::: major riot with large-scale property damage.
I Training Jobs Open I:::::::::[ The context in which this announcement was made clear- Such a knowledgeable force could understand and re- ::::;::
:[# ly indicates that Mr. Cassese is concerned win"100 per spect the rights of citizens and, in turn, gain their respect ::::::::::
j Want to learn a trade?Each week the Florida State Em- !:::::::: cent' law enforcement in civil disorders. There is here The image of the police as an occupying enemy :::::!::::;
ployment Service will list several trainee positions open'' M:;:;:;:: no call for such enforcement involving prostitution, the force could then be replaced by that of protector of the ':xjij:::::::::
in the Miami area. All you have to do is apply for them at M:jjjj::::::; numbers racket, and drug peddling. These are violations community. Meanwhile, the black community must reject :::::::::::::
the Employment Service office listed below. :$::::::r! which thrive in the ghetto and which the police are widely rash rhetoric and guns as an answer to police abuse, not ,:::ji::1;
(1) A company in downtown Miami will train someone :|:::|:::ji::: accused of protecting at a price.Let a deprived citizen merely on ethical and legal grounds,but on the progmatlc ':&::::&::
to learn billboard erection. You should have a desire to e:::::;>! get unruly in an emotional conflict situation: crackdown ground that such action can only be futile inasmuch as the :::#::::
do construction work and be able to work from ladders :;:;!:;4:; on him_ ask questions afterwards. Meanwhile,the pimps police are more amply supplied with firearms.The answer :;::$:::::::j
and scaffolding. The salary starts at $2.00 an hour for a' t&::::; and the hustlers, the racketeers and the loathsome merchants lies in persistent, organized protest and in the intelligent :$:::;::!
five day, forty hour week. f.:g:::::::; of narcotics ply their vile trades in the ghetto, use of the Negro's expanding political power. xSi:::::;
(2)) A firm in N.W. Miami, will train in the assembly of :::::::::;! seldom molested by the police. Little wonder that the police There must also be recognition that the police do have ;1::::$::
life Jackets. This Job is located in an area beyond public ::::::::f. generally are held in such low esteem in the nation's certain authority and this authority is not to be Ignored i::::;:
bus service, so you must furnish your own transportation ;:::::::::' black ghettos. The Cassese dictum contributes nothing to by any citizen, black or white. Mob interference with the #::::::;::::
to and from work. The salary starts at between $1.60 and 111:::::&:::= the Improvement of the police image in these communi- police in the performance of their lawful duties cannot be ::-Si-:::::
$1.75 an hour, for a five day, forty hour week. :::::$: ties tolerated in any community.While law and order with justice ::::::::!;
(3) A company in W.. Miami will train someone to learn I j$! 1:. The problem of Negro-police relations did not arise | is what we all seek and must have, it cannot be over- ,:i-iS:::j;
the woodworking trade. You must have some woodshop :::iij:::::::| yesterday. Its origin Is deeply rooted in American his- looked tha there can be little. Justice for anyone in a society ::&: ::::
training in school and be a willing worker. The salary i1:::;::: tory. The plantation owners employed poor whites as without law and order. :ijijiij:::::
starts at $1.85 an hour for a five day, forty hour week. ;:j:i;::: slave drivers and patrollers, to keep the black man enslaved Attainment of the goal of a police force respecting the'/' ::::::$:
Apply for all these trainee positions at the Industrial I::::j::|:< This experience spawned an antipathy between the fa-dilated 1:1:;|:j::[
Office, Florida State Employment Service, 1350 NW 12th I::ijjijj[:::1 deprived whites and the dehumanized blacks which, In :*::$:;
Ave., Room 280. All Employment Service offices will be ::::;!:;: some measure, endures until this day. Negroes had contempt practices nor by black extremists who advocate shooting c:1:::$!
Closed on Labor Day, Monday, Sept. 2, but will be open i:::;!:;!:> for the poor whites on the simplistic theory that it out with the cops ::::"$::
jjjjijj: only their ignorance, stupidity and indolence kept them in The Crisis ::::&:
3 at 8
again on Tuesday, Sept. a.m. sharp. (: I
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6 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 30, 1968
: Friends of Mrs. Marie HIggins are happy to know that she htQftdII
!r is out of the hospital and is recuperating at home,318 NW 10thStreet
i ii

i I Jimmie. McQueen and Florida Dorsett!: have returned to the. eit/
New jersey.
city after a summer stay at Seaside Heights, t4dOCU4
Arie Mae Clemons andBernadinla McLendon were. among
.BY CLARICE LITTLES .r those attending the National DAVA Convention In phlladellitfa.
Miami Times Society Editor Johnnie Johnson, 12 sang to an audience(Stars Over Miami) REDDING
-- BY
: '" J' and and trip to New
of more than,9,000 won a$500
Charles and Lll Trammell and son, Carl, assures us on York and a chance to appear on a nationwide television show. --
postcards" from Canada, that they're having a "wonderful Johnnie Is the son of Mr. and Mrs.Johnnie Johnson, 2990 NW The faculty and staff of the Frank C. Martin Elem. School
time. 55th St. and attended Lorah Park Elementary School. began the 1968-69 school term on Aug.26.The.following per-
Robert Jackson Is recovered at Veterans' Hospital after a Milton Campbell, 9, son of Mr.and Mrs.Charles campbell, sons have joined the staff: Mrs. Norma Buckheit, art; Mrs
bout with surgery. .But Livingston Adderly chose Mt. Sinai 2342 NW 72nd St., and a student at Poinciana Park Elemen- Verdelle Long, kindergarten; Mrs. Rita Pickering, grade 2',
Hospital for his surgery on Tuesday. tary School also won a trip to New York for the Ted Mack's and Mr. Ramson Hill, physical education.
Here from Savannah, Ga., for a s t a y with Charles and Isa- Amateur Hour program. Congratulations! parents are reminded that all pupils are to report to schoolon
bell Young are Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Telfair. Mesdames Jonell Bazzell.SperoCokineandRosaleeTolbert Tuesday, Sept. 3. All first graders will be dismissed at
William and Alberta Ruff celebrated their silver wedding an- of JESCA were among the Senior Citizens graduates with the 12 noon until October 1,beginning then,they will be dismissedat
niversary Sunday, August 25, with cocktails and buffet din- Dade County Community Service Corps-Senior Aides project. 2 p.m.Relatives.
ner at their
Opa-locka home. The Albert Tresvant's home of Opa-locka was the scene of a vacationing with Jane Pratt and family,were Mr.
Vacationing in Miami are New Yorkers, Mr. Larry Bethel farewell party August 17 for Miss Leslie Doyle, RN, an employee and Mrs. Milton Pratt (brother and sister-in-law) and niece

guest for a of stay his at aunt the,Biscayne Mrs. Juanitia Terrace and Mr. Solomon Newton, at Opi-locka General Hospital,who is delXlrting for the and nephews, Gloria Lynn, Glennie and Lewis, all of Bronx,
Air Force. In attendance were Dr.Timothy A. Lamphier, M.D. New York.
Seron Houseguestlng Adams of Nassau.with Eleze Tynesare Paula Strachan and and members of the staff. 2nd Lieutenant Doyle will be sta- Those visiting from the Bahamas were, Cathleen Williams
tioned at Sheppard Air Force Base in Texas and mother, Jennie. Also Belle Archer of Nassau.
Marvin and Rose
Cook-out at their home.Anderson entertained visiting friends witha Mrs. Ruby Albury, just returned from a vacation in New The Donald Hollises were elated to have as their guests

Harry Bowens along with York City, visiting relatives, with her was her daughter Jean, Mrs. Jesterina D. Bailey and children of Los Angeles, Calif.
nephews and Michael
burn of Nassau Henry Light- who came from Gary, Indiana after attending summer school at Mrs. Bailey is the sister of Mrs. Hollis.
are touring Florida.They were the houseguests
of their aunt, Mrs. Edward Wake. Indiana University. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. James Marshall of(13900 Harrison
Theodore and Hortense Robinson were among the many Street) is Mrs. Miller the sister of Mrs. Marshall.
Celebrating 94th Is
your birthday something special. Mr.
and Mrs. Willie McKnight hosted a party for their aunt Mrs. relatives attending Irene Jones's wedding in Philadelphia. The Day Care Center will re-open Tuesday,Sept. 3. Parents
Irene is the of Heneritta Edwards Jones formerlyof
daughter ,
Virginia Harvin on desirous of their children attending the center on a full or part
Sunday August 25.
West and niece of Veronia Newbold of Miami.
Alton Henley of Nashville(Carol Davis'hubby) Joined her fora time basis are asked to register now. For further information
few days in Miami with her parents before returning home. Teachers returned to their desks on Monday A word . please contact Mrs. Larkins Mr.Willie L.Redding, at 238-

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t t1v ty
wisdom, courage and the acceptance of personal responsibility .
far beyond the requirements of less complex and
confusing times. Merchants who advertisein

Demands upon education are greater than they have ever
been. Serious attempts are being made to educate all the children -
The Miami Times
of all people to a level never previously attained; to carry are
much of the responsibility for the success of the war on pov-

I ii; erty; and to prepare this generation of children and youth to telling you they appreciate
deal with problems of peace and war, Individualism and con-

... _ formity, freedom responsibility, more effectively than have
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MATTE WALKER PASCHAL their forebearers. doing business with
Teachers must not be held captive by past or present criti-

Congratulations to Angenorla S. Paschal, assistant principal cisms, wellfounded or not, or by the complexity of present
at Primary C, who is now principal of Lillie C. Evans problems and a sense of personal Inability to cope with them. you. They are courteous,
Elementary. Ways of moving ahead in terms of personal involvement and

To Dr. Kenneth Walker, who Is now principal of Allapattah responsibility will differ as individuals differ -- but oppor- where
I Junior High. tunities are open to all. Knowledge, courage, clarity of pur- dependable. Shop

To Mattie H. Blake who Is now assistant principal at Primary pose, an d stubborn refusal to be discouraged are the ingre-
C. dients of successful participation in the world's most important are appreciatedlqet' !
The Girl Scout Task Force headed by Mrs. B. B. Goldstein promising enterprise education."
met Monday, August 26,at the Dupont Plaza to review the Ker- -Alton Dill Nance
ner Report. (National Advisory Commission on Civil Dis-
orderst "r----: ----.-." __ --___________ __
-Fred and Dorothy Martin and FredJr. motored Jackson- t xa I t

ville to visit relatives then on to Atlanta to attend the Postal f I
Motor Vehicle Convention
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Canon and Mrs. Theodore R. (Thelma) Gibson vacationed to ( 4 i
Nassau and Bermuda. .
Mrs. Charles (Edna) Culmer Jetted to Nassau to attend the '
funeral of her nephew . Mrs. Lessle McKenzie in Nassau I
for a much needed rest. II I 1ii 1 ; E.
Lebbie Juliet Hammock and Samuel Dwight Johnson were
married Saturday Trinity C. Methodist Church. The bride, I
daughter of Mrs. Julia Hammock and the late George Ham-
mock. The bridegroom, son of Mrs. Alice J. Rogers. After a
wedding trip to Nassau the couple will live in Miami. I 1
Martha Christine Gibson and Byron Sears Herbert were J.4
married Sunday in Bethany Seventh-Day Adventist Church The .,." t \ .
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bride, daughter of Mrs. Myrtle Gibson, Miami. The bridegroom -n' L v aa..r yF

son of Mr.and Mrs John E.Herbert, Jr., Kenner, La. MARRIAGEANNOUNCED
Almost a million youngsters more this September than last Mr. and Mrs. Frank Green
will be streaming into grade schools. Hopefully, too, and if announce the marriage of their
there are enough volunteer leaders to receive them, many will daughter Mattie to PFC
be enrolling in Girl and Boy Scouts, Girls' and Boys' Clubs, Richard Brown, son of Mr.and
and other youth organizations which help to stabilize and inspire Mrs. Clarence Brown. The w M
our youngsters. Won't you be a volunteer? What about marriage took place at Greater -
sponsorship? New Macedonia, M. B.
Major and Scevia Adams of Decee spent a week in Miami Church, Thursday, August 15.
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs Nelson (Naomi) Adams. After the groom's tour of service Ljtj1L2eAooL
Charles Nixon: to Atlanta ..Linton Berrien spent the sum- the coouple will reside In
mer in Manhattan. . James Kirnes in Michigan. . Glensa Miami.
Poole down from Decee for a visit with old friends.

Recent visitors to our city were Mrs.Eva Boling, Jamaica, CE PROGRAM
N. Y., Mrs M. C. Flipper, Thomasville, Ga. and Mrs. Ann
Cobb, Lake Wales. (Continued from page 1)
A five-woman delegation representing the Miami chapter of I programs and their related
the National Council of Negro Women has agreed to act as a medical services was al-
pipeline from blacknefghborhoods to city oMeials.After meeting 1 located.
with Miami Mayor Steve Clark and other officials, the wo- The Headstart program Shown
men agreed to help communicate grievances and suggestionsfrom provides 3,000 disadvantaged above (L. to R.), Mrs. Delores/ Bankston, a teacher, and the
the blacks In the area. children with preschool lovely Mosley twins (Shirley and Cheryl) students, as they proudly model

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Knox and daughter, Melanie took a education. Day care centers school some of the many fabulous/ fashions by Lory's they'll be wearing to
week-end flight to QuIncy to be at the bedside of her sister. will take care of about 1,000

Yvonne Campbell has two sons in the service . Sgt. Henry children of working mothers. You'll always/ Find
S. Newbold n (Air Force) is home after one and half years in Local EOPI officials also (Edison a complete line of the latest fashions at Lory'sCenter
Vietnam. Henry is interested in meteorological training and disclosed that Gov. Claude ), Teenage and adult fashion center of South Florida.
looks forward to studying at the University of Puerto Rico. 1 Kirk has assured them there
Number two son,Harold (Harry) (U. S. Army) is doing his would be no delay to the ap- SUMMER
basic training at Fort Jackson, S. C. ]proval of the budget this year CLEARANCE SALE NOW IN PROGRESS
Everyone Is talking about the "Summer Blast" on Saturday :as it was last year.
August 24, when the Harold Braynons, Harry Smiths and Bill The regional office of Economic Sites 3 20
Wynns hosted an evening of fun and frolic at the H. Smith's I< Opportunity has also OPEN 9 TO 9
88th Street home. I granted permission for EOPIto t, ;
Thomas and Emma Rigby were in Raleigh to witness their .< borrow from other funds .
daughter's (Teresa) graduation from St. Augustine's College :i and even from other payrollsof LOR'S)
On August 18, Annette and Leon McNeal and Robert Wright < agencies until the money arrives 4 L l9
entertained friends Hazel onber birthday.It was surprlseeet! : in three to four weeks.
Mary Ellen (Mrs. Charles) Rhodes of Houston has returnedto Last year, the Inability to T
Miami to await Sir Stork, her first. Mom, Bessie Smith is happy to have both daughters at home. :forced employes to miss two SHOPS EVERYWHERE!

1 paydays. JJM2 HW 7th AVENUE ( EDISON CENTER)


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday August 30, 1968 7

Zeta Names King Scholarship; Joins U.I. Project I

When the 6,000 plus dele Zeta, attorney-at-law oi Miles also served this office to the newly-created office otundercraduateatlarge.111

gates, alternates and visiting Washington, D. C. in the early 1950's), Mrs.,
members of the Zeta phi Beta New officers on the execu. Alice E. Roye, chairman oi cumbent officers were reelected -

Sorority met in Chicago, Illinois tive board are: Miss Janice M. the Trustee Board; and, Mes- unopposed Mrs. Mil

August 11-16, they Im- Gantt, third is a president, dames Ruth Pritchard Powell dred Cater Bradham of Jacksonville

plemented the Boule theme: Mrs. Gertrude M. Williams, and lone Hartley Gibson,trus will continue to pilot
LINOTYPE "Zeta Women Explore New parliamentarian; Mrs. SusieE. tees. Miss Paula Turner of St. the 35,000 member group for

By StanleySweetsSweeting) Dimensions .Forward Look" Miles, treasurer (Mrs. Louis, Missouri, was elected the next boule period.

Miami Times Theatrical Editor by funding a scholarship for a .

THE LITTLE worthy student in the name of .
RED BOOK: Director of Brownsville EOPI .
the late Martin Lu ther S S.a"
Sumner Horatio
Hutcheson Jr and his family Hawtensie
Sumner UI and Pamela recently back froma King, Jr. Secondly, the group $ ; '
Northern vacation Jaunt that carried them formed a coalition with the National # '

far up Into the chilly climes of New Hamp- Urban League to increase

shire. It has been over 30 years since Hutch economic power
last saw the many natural and historic land- through political power;
search for talent and
marks of this New England paradise. That .
for capital producing
was during the years he supervised a 12- occupa- x
tions. A time target ninety-
man force of bell-hops and doormen as captain S 3T '
set for the kick-off _
-of-the-crew at Walter Jacob's "Sky- n days was ; S __
High" Lake Tarleton Club In Pike. Butthls and, Dr Deborah P. Wolfe,
former Education Chief of the ____
time he did not wear the blue and goldstriped -
House Education and Labor
uniform of bell-hop. Walter, the affable country club host,
Committee will serve as the
greeted him and family as guests of this popular summer re- ,
chairman for Zetas' '
sort. And the entire tab was "on the house." promotional -
Meeting and greeting old friends and with
new, sightseeingtours
Zetas of Chicago set the
to the Aerial Tramway Old Man of the Mountain Fran-
pace of the 6-day meeting by
conia Notch, Lost River, etc, brought back many memories to honoring outstanding citizens f }

a lad who was introduced to guests by his former boss as "my of the Cook County area and
first superintendent service.." We know how Hutch must have former XS x
grand presidents of the
felt during this "homecoming" for, we shared two seasons at Zeta Phi Beta Sorority.
Pike on his staff.
Action of the Executive .
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NOTES ON A NAPKIN Former of Miami stockade '
: City (now Board extended the 1968-70
Miami Commissioner' Athalie said good-bye to 80 Greater Miami
Metro out old Ludlam Range
) on Road we hear, plans placing tele- period for "reclamation" to
vision sets in each of its 24 prison wards.Each ward accommodates end a t the 50th Anniversary in youngsters last, Thursday competing in the second annual U. Youth Games,

42 prisoners comfortably for a total of 1008 excludingthe Washington, D. C, The Board in St. Louis, Aug. 2225. Boys and girls, who excelled in basketball,. bowling,

females . With the mass exodus of mid-town businessand further acted to present a track and field in the summer program of the Metropolitan Dade County'Parks
professionals to the outer limits of the Northwest area in the of
scholarship name Dr
and with from New York Baltimore
Recreation competed
don't be if Department, youth teams *
too surprised and when North Travel Bureau (16 Deborah P. Wolfe, immediate
years docked at the same port)pulls up anchor . Civil Ser past president of the Sorority; Boston, Los Angeles, Pittsburgh and San Juan, Puerto Rico. The

vice Board member Charles Hadley an alternate delegate to and, retain as legal counsel, youngsters returned Sunday on EAL flight No. 981. Miami-Metro Dept.of

the Democratic National confab In Chicago. Mrs. Issie Shelton Jenkins _a. Publicity & Tourism photo.

SALT WATER TAFFY: Gladys Atkinson's daughter Eliza
beth is headed for Tuskegee Institute and her freshman year in ,

the School of Nursing. The pert little pretty is a 1968 grad of

Edison senior high and only recently gave up a top position as
switchboard operator at Miami Beach Convention Hall The

16-year-old is due on the Alabama campus for registration JI

August 5 . Willie Bullard calls our desk from his recovery ti ye4 w 4. >..S *
perch at home to say thanks-a-million for the column plug . .<. ;aS

"Many people called my home to wish me well" bragged Bul- \.

lard, "and said they read about my misfortune in Sweeting's

column" . ThankQ.
THE WEEK'S WASH: Former City of Miami narcotics sleuth :
Roosevelt (Cochise) Tremble's lass Michelle and John Robin \ J:4 NeIcTht

son were welded on the lawn of her aunt and uncle the W. K. -

Mickens' home last Sabbath (Aug. 25). Michelle was bead majorette : ;'
at Northwestern senior high In '67 and a classmate of 11

her husband...Rhonda Davidson has her first -- a boy -. who

arrived three weeks ago in Jackson Memorial.. The IRS Ishaunting ,
. .
a prominent Business man in Dade and might soon ,

"call him in" to clear up his finances as reported. Dodd Johnson girls

STUFF AND SUCH: There's a Liberty Square shapely who I
swears she has the inside track on an approaching soon-due Heads YoungDemocrats
merger. Vows that she has the right-of-way his heart -- butI I : permapressdress

dunno I 111 Mrs Prince Farringtonhe's the Miami gendarme)

fast-hooflng-It in Sunshine Stores at 62nd & 27th . Ditto
Hannah Schwecke (the newlywedarling) exiting from the same On August 21, the former 1"r

grocery mart through the busy turnstiles . Willie and Al- vice president of the Dade

bertha (sister) Ruff celebrated their 25th(Silver)anniversary County Young Democratic Association sale

with a big blast in their Opa-locka home last Sunday (Aug 25). Mrs. R. Brady met \
with a large number of members

SCRATCH MY BACK: Widow Leome Culmer who, with her of the association.The .
daughters Lona and Angela spent a glorious vacation week in purpose of the meeting, 399

Chicago, now congratulating her son John E. Culmer Jr., who which was held at the Roosevelt i SIZES 3 to 14

was one of 21 receiving a youth award-of-excellence from Savings and Loan Asso-
REC.$5.98TO $8.98. All the wanted
Metro's Dade County Youth Advisory Board Aug.6.The award ciation was t o elect new officers
(presented by Mayor Chuck Hall) Is based on dedication exceptional for this year and make looksl! Guru collars. A-Jines, (umper

behaviour conscientious citizenship. Little John- plans for the same. effects, to name a few.. Easy-care
John made the acceptance speech .. . Shifting in 2nd Gear: Officers elected were as cottons. and polyester/cottons.
jane Davis-Lewis, after over 20-odd annums at Booker T. follows: Dodd Johnson president -
Washington goes to Miami Jackson comes September. ; Mrs. R. Brady vice Solids, prints, and patterns.

president; Mrs Cherry Mills
SWEETS TREATS: Mrs Emma Jenkins' lass Patricia Gale Boggess, secretary; Mrs.AnnL. young pcopU'c world

Burton won her wings and diploma from Atlantic Air Lines Packard, treasurer;Jamesi all 7 Burdlno's ,tor., '_
School for hostesses The Burton beaut will begin her Initial Collie, parliamentarian; Mrs ;,

night on National Sept 1 with her home base at Los Angeleson Billle Pitts, chairman of the .

the West Coast . Pat was a debutante selected to the board; Mrs. Essie M.Higgins, ,kr
roster o f Delta Sigma Theta's 17th annual Cotillion of 1967 and Mrs. Estelle Boulware <

. . Nassau constable Preston Williams and his mater Beatrice chairmen of social committee;

houseguested with uncle and brother the Joseph Williams'of and Evelyn L. Carter reporter .

Our Town ...r. ' '" ", " ,
Roberta After the election Mr.John !:. :'>!'.S : .: : ;
CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: The James ( ) Jacksons ,: .
'J".ft .
son pledged his wholehearted ': "" ,
of Petersburg, Va houseguested with Ruth Wright of Opa-locka :: : .J'Y" '';; ('
during their vacation stint here .Among their favorite visitation support in saying that he woulddo ..' .

spots was the swinging Wreck Bar at Miami Beach's famous everything possible to help ) .
make the activities for the 'I
Castaways Motel . Former Miamian Jimmie (Salt remainder >
Pork) Reeves will wind up his Miami stay Sunday The popular of the year a success .
emcee is now a resident of Romulus Mich where he's been Dr. E. A. Ward, a former .

since Aug. 10, 1965.111e former Rockland Palace, Fiesta Cafe president of the Dade County ,, ) , l
Society and Modern theatre entertainer first arrived in Our Young Democratic Association ' :" .
former chairman of the
Village in 1943 with the late recording star Ida Cox(she died ,
board of directors and also
at 78) who played the old Lyric theatre In the Gay 40's. His .rra a, .
popular talent shows at the newly-built Modern was"the showof president of the Orchard Villa .. ..' .. ", '
shows." Now divorced, Reeves was married to the former Elementary School PTA, 01- , 'J '. 'ax Nf?" i/'f.. 1wl '
fered very encouraging remarks .... ; ,.i ,' '," ,
Mary Alice Barnes of Marianna (Fla) a FAMU grad who received \ 11'
to the association.
her final papers la 1964. You may see Jimmie in action -
again (by special request of the manager) during his last Meeting of the associationwill Dr
be held each fourth Wednesday $ TJ H, : $4LL8"
two nights in town (Friday and Saturday) at the Double Deck
of the month
Bar on 79th. He was a night club fixture at Cafe Society for 14
Evelyn L. Carter reporter.
years ((1950-1964).



8 THE MIAMI TIMES, Pridcy, Aosozt: 3% 1963

Top Jazz Sounds At Marine Stadium _ _.....our I Gala/ Homecoming Party -

Tie ccnods of fep-nic Jtn He Ills reecrded OB&eBbrSate ani .de-at-fie l&r&e Sta- Tickets are jriceaai****
echo+ across BfcseiynCfa Beybe- tad Tan hhnts. dimI. box office; Sod CttJSotEri. JOT: feaeril admission,
fe it 8:39 sua.Szm1. Tbe UzriaeSaiSsia: : ,Ioa1edcab lM8 Nit StaSt..-Tim $3.50 aad J4.50 for
Sept. !,Y&eacrgtt2siJisxc7Ristfft : rbrC se1127. cf RaT t!a,Bcalu' Mall; seats. Boating tickets mart* t
:: sad cfiberpdiatioers weB-boft is easily: ty Words d Unsic.aaJ .C1'&r Bilge; porcfeised onlf the erening of "Salt" Pork'
&i be zz field asd tax.: D sfc-Cartf-Teci.PuT1DeC8 tteeoaeert for$2.50 per per.sea. Jimmy

Besot a cflport: :: a 6teC2y 'J'kbts far tae ccmert:: : are r. .
d lOrxsfs ICuiae StadSsa.In ReevesIN
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caHst: Bumra BIrsseJL:
at least 33kis alms to WHERE AT
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perhaps best kacva for lots .. EsclaisRUy Double Deck Lounge
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Stage Set For

Big Pre-Labor .
"f II :y; .

Day DanceThe : ..

Miami-Dade Chapter
of Bethune-Cookman College
Alumni Association takes the
spotlight during this Labor
Day'weekend in its
a big Pre-Labor Day Dance,
"Miami Goes Psychedelic." <'" , .
\ ih
Entertaining for the event ,* '. < M
are the renowned Collegiate
All-Stars who play everything
from the waltz to the "boss."
Get your advanced tickets
now at the Economy Drug R -2
store, 5720.NW 17th Ave. and
.., _:''''''i\v4tJf_ make your reservations there

Dr. Gore Honored With also.Door
I prizes will be given to
the most psychedelically
Retiring Tributes dress man and woman.
Don't miss this event
TALLAHASSEE.- Florida dent, and John W.Riley,FAMU Everyone will be there. Join
A&M University's presidentDr. professor and DePauw Uni- the "In-crowd" with your
George W. Gore, Jr. bad versity roommate of the minis, turtle necks, Nehrus, d
his "day" here last week as FAMU president. mexeys and the like --no for-
1,000 persons sat through a mal wear. '
two hour program In his Several gifts and plaques That's at Bayfront Park k
honor. were presented to' the Gores Auditorium, from 10 to 2,Aug. t
State, county, and city of- including an eloquent sterling 30th. Donation $2.00 advance
ficials were Included In groupof silver set foreightandaBulo- $2.50 at door.
persons who paid tribute to va Accutron watch. \ .

the retiring FAMU president The audience and platform
In a testimonial In Lee Hall guests stood In a moment of Boo BooReceives :: .
Auditorium.Dr. silent pledge that FAMU .
supporters '
and Mrs. Gore listened work to keep FAMU Key :: A.

attentively as flowery adjectives Independent and open for all __.,-Jfed.'_.. .o-:. _..,..........a,_, .I. '\. .-k ,_ --... a ,, _,__...'V
flowed from the hearts students of the State of Florida
of persons who had worked as a memorial toDr.Gore.The To Key West Nassau Clydt Killtns will present Ills always popular Pr.-Labor Day Night In Nassau, .

with them the past 18 years pledge was called for by Sunday night, September 1, from 9 until at the Island Club. '
In m a k in g.FAMU a better In Jack Cant president of the One of the largest recep.
Enjoy the sounds of three bonds phi Brett Btntky and his Miami Jonkonoos. Bwtttrboll I
stitution.: FAMU General Alumni Asso- tions ever given the Ambassador -
M.C. Cash will .bt awarded for belt costumes. ">
Florida's Governor ClaudeR. Club took prizes
ciation. A reception followed place Sunday, .
Kirk, Jr. saluted Dr. Gore the occasion and a long line August 25. Local groups and Cook at home and bring your Bahamian baskets with you. ''if: ;. .. .'.'
In a special letter. Attorney of guest congratulated the city officials prepared a day Admission advance $2.50 at door $2.95.Call the l Island Club, 374.1550. and makt your. re: I
Chester Ferguson, chairman Gores and wished them God that the Ambassadors will '. ,:;' "*.*?
of the Board of Regents, sent speed. never forget. A dedication: servations. '
his regrets that Florida was Dr. Gore's resignation: becomes service was held at Bethel
losing a man of Dr. Gore's effective September 15. AME Church in honor of Clarence
eminence. He told the audience that he (Boo Boo) Woods.A key 3 Charged With Possession of NarcoticsThree t
Dr. Robert D. Mautz,chan was not looking for any kind to the city was presented bya
cellor of the State University of position or job. Several representative of the mayor,
System of Florida, expressed well-wishers expressed a desire who was unable to attend the people, Including a NW 3rd Ave said they found legion, 40, of 1213 NW First
the concern of Dr. Gore that that he remain in Florida ceremony. A big parade,softball key figure in a Dade County Holston ,James Newbold, 39, .Ct. Both ,were charged with
I FAMU keeps Its Identity as an so that his experiences could games, free conch train Sheriffs Office scandal twq. ,of,4311; NW 16th Avenue, was possession, and bond was set
) \tautomonous Institution In the be used In a consultative capacity rides and a big dance, ended years ago, arrestedSun- charged with smuggling dope at $500 for each. '
State University System. in guiding the University the day. The Ambassador"all day night on a charge of possession into the County Jail two weeks Officers said they confiscated -
/ Also Included among the on to greater achieve- Stars" defeated the Ambassadors of narcotics imple- ago.Newbold several hypodermic syringes -
'" speakers were H.Manning Ef- ments.Others suggested t league "Champs" ments. was found with and packages of powder
f ferson, former acting president he record his experiences as 8-1. Ambassadors next trip Sheriffs deputies responding Ruby Miller, 28, of 1024 NW they suspect of being heroin or
$ and dean of FAMU,J.R.E. an educator in the State of Is Nassau, November 29. to a burglary report at 709 68th St. and William C.Brock- cocaine.
Lee, Jr., retired vice-presi Florida.


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The ).,' ; I

\!.: .', l In The Negro MarketNegro

Happening , militancy and its accent that some Negro women who
on black pride is having work for the white companies

By Garth C. Reeves, Jr. major effects on the wig wear straighten hair it work
market. On wig manufacturer, and don the "natural" when
II" David & David, Inc., the lar- they are home in their com-
As a result of personal experience and asking around town, gest the largest hair goods munity.
rye found out that Negro disc-jockeys are losing a great per company in the United States
centage of their audience to the local white stations. It seems al'A Pg with a $25 million annual vol- The popularity of the wig
as if the kids get rather disgusted and fed-up because the d-j' ;a,:; ;k1'L; ume, is selling two thousand has caused David & David to
insist on talking during the playing of a recording. "L'Afrique' wigs a week. manufacture it in blond, red
I was under the impression that the main purpose of the The "L'Afrique" is a nat- and light brown hair shades.
radio station's is to provide music for your listening pleasure. ural stretcbwigwhich These are beginning to catchon

However, it is pretty difficult for a listener to appreciate the cording to the manufacturer, with white teenagers, Mr.
music or even hear it for that matter, when someone is con makes it wearer look like an Dombfoff said. He pointed out
stantly running their mouth. In some instances disc-Jockeys African princess. It's pricedat that Macys and Abraham &
even go as far as to turn the music down to get in a word edge Strauss in New York both sold
out their initial
> orders
with at
wise.Well According to Stanley Dom-
there is a solution to this problem.You see, lately the broff, President of David least 25% of the purchasers
white stations have begun to accept the black artists and wantto being white.
David, the wig was designed to
hear their music. m the same way the black dj's are playIng -
fit in with the new Negro emphasis
recordings by some white artists. on "natural" hair.
One difference, white dj's do not talk through the records.
A David & David
I welcome your comments. H in-I fCIM'WITJMYEL
dicated that it takes
. . .. .. . . -A:
months for a Negro woman to 8UH"U
It was a Saturday night In Miami.The setting, a house on .
_, '" _.a....._ grow "natural' hairtoa fash- "Your
55th Terrace between 18th and 19th Avenues.It was a birthday ionable length. The "L'Afrique" Neighborhood Travel|

party and a psych-out. When you could finally get through the Sod SMa 01 j tItt Wed wig, said Mr.Dom- Ag.nts"
outside the walls of the
crowd and into the house, on living broff As
was designed to offer an near to you es your
room you saw the words PEACE and L U V plastered in big Our soul sister of the week is Aquilla Ann Hightower, attractive substitute during telephone1. Give us a call.W'e ,
newspaper print. The words were very interesting. The "P"in that period. deliver. 1104 NW 3rd
of 1949 NW 4th Ave.
daughter of Mrs. Celia Hightower ,
showed advertisement of a Jefferson Store clearence Ave. FR 9-8451. Choi. C.
peace B-utthe sale of
Aquilla a '68 graduate of Miami Northwestern where I North, Manager.
sale. The "L" in Luv showed the address of the opening of anew
she was voted prettiest girl in the class. She plans to the "L'A f r i q u e" has Mr.
swank restaurant. The kids were all dressed in nehrus,
Hebelieves :
attend Morris Brown and maJor inSociology.Her bob- Dombroff puzzled.
gurus, and some in Mexican designed hippie Jackets. There
bies are sewing, reading and partying.
were enough love beads andmedalllonsto stock up "Eutophla.
:. Our hostess was dressed in a black African garment with Photo by House of photographyUMGets$247,544Grant .J .. ,

beeds streaming to her waist. L .. h I All students of Miami Northwestern Senior
The room smelled of incense,along with the usual colognesand
perfumes. The kids, sitting on lounging pillows on the High School and their parents are hereby

floor, shrieked in psychedelic seduction at the screeching For notified that centralized collections will be

sounds 01 me Jim Hendrix Experience, who filled the room made during the school registration periodIn

from a portable stereo in the corner. Migrant Worker Proaram August, 1968. Fees will be collected on
Some of the pretty girls at the set were Denise Burnside, -- - -
Denise Sawyer, Linda Snow, Karen McCrea and Ros Smith. t w the days that students report to school to
The University Miami has out rate in the nation.
select their class schedules.
The party was a summer blast and Beverly Parks, formersoul been awarded at $247,554 "We will work with 50 boys is necessary

sister of the week, has done it again. grant by the Office of Economic and girls at a time," explained that all Miami Northwestern students reportto

* * * * * * Opportunity toconducta Dr. Hendricks,"and we are school according to the following schedule.

Aquilla Hightower, Northwestern graduate, and Stephanie High School Equivalency Pro- seeking a balance of five eth- August 28, 1968 9th & 12th Graders

Frederick, Miami High senior,are toAUanta to visit Aquil- gram (HEP) for children of nic groups -- Anglos, Ne- August 29, 1968 11th Graders
la's grandmother. migrant and seasonal farm
groes, Mexican-Americans
I recently heard from Marilyn Eason who is balling up at workers, UM President Henry Puerto Ricans and American August 30, 1968 10th Graders

Niagra Falls. Marilyn, I know the waters are tempting. Why King Stanford announced Mon Indians."

don't you? day.The
Alvita Brown of Notre Dame Academy is boasting of the good Coral Gables institution
time she had in New York. thereby Joins 11 other collegesand
* * * ** * * universities in the fed-
The finals of the Stars Over Miami Contest were held at eral program for school drop- 9+ 1
Miami Stadium last Saturday night. A large crowd turned out outs which was begun last year .. a d
to boost encouragement of the young stars and to show the interest by the Migrant Division of the ?
they have in this sort of thing. Office of Special Field Pro-

. . . . . grams. M ;, xe
The major goal of the 14- 1 Q i +
SOUL TOGETHERNESS 1 Sponsored by the National Council month program is to assist

of Negro Women at Bonded Rental Agency, Saturday, Au- young people between the ages w3K
gust 31, at 8 p.m. Dress is casual. Admission is 50$ stag 75$of 17 and 22 in obtaining a high { f

drag. Come and meet your match. school diploma and then preparing -
them for college en-
* * * * * *
trance, further skill training
In the movie scene, there are two that should be of great ,
Interest. and/or job placement.Director .
of the project is
First "For Love of Ivy" starring Sydney pettier and Abby Dr. Robert E. Hendricks, associate a:
Lincoln. This movie tells of how a white family tries to keepa professor of elemen

Negro maid (Abbey Lincoln) when she decides to leave after tary education and director of
nine years of service. the UM Teacher P
Corps Train i 1>
The second movie "Wild In the Streets" stars
Shelley Win ing Programs. A member of *' 1
ters, Ed Begley and Christopher Jones, who plays a multi- the UM faculty since 1960, he
millionaire who becomes president of the U. 24 years of holds a B.S. degree from the 1y w
age. During his term, Max Frost decides to put everyone over University of Illinois, M.S.
30 in old
age camps.
from Western State Teachers

* * . . . College and Ph. D. from i :

Northwestern University."The feHitt rR
r m sure it was pretty embarrassing for many of us watching HEP youngsters will
Saturday hop this past week-end. live on campus and participate
Rick Shaw, WQAM disc-Jockey, who hosts the show, made actively in all phases of university ,r -
the announcement that the studio switch board was loaded with life," explained Dr.

calls concerning the boys on camera with hats on. Rick sug- Hendricks. "Right now, they ,
gested they take a vote.He asked for a showing of hands by all are going through orientationand
who were in favor of removing the hats.No hands went up. One will begin classes after
idiot even commenced to ad just his cap in front of the camera., Labor Day."

Any girl who permits a fellow to dance with her in a hat The total program will en- y
must be pretty darn stupid. She obviously doesn't care what compass 80 students who
people think of her character which is probably pretty low otherwise would have little opportunity

anyway.If to further their edu
you can remember, before Negroes were allowed on Sa- cation and who, like their parents ..
turday Hop a coat and tie was mandatory. Only lately sincew would have no choice but
e have appeared on'the show has casual dress been accep- to pursue a migratory life har- Milton --- -
vesting crops. Campbell, left, nine-year-old singer-dancer and Stars Over Miami I

ted.Give us an 'Inch:, and we'll take a mile. Foster House, a former UM winner of a trip to New York for the Ted Mack Amateur"Hour{ looks on as

housing unit at 1216Dickinson Johnnie Johnson, sin by
Jr"J2' innerof
* * * * * * Miss the $500 scholarship dor.ate.
Dr., has been adapted as liv- Debbie
45 OF THE WEEK "Say It Loud rm Black and Fin Proud" by ing quarters, offices, loungesand congratulations from Ted( and trip| to New York for the big show, receives
James Brown classrooms for these Mack. In the background (white shirts) are the Knighto&

ALBUM, OF THE WEEK "The New Scene of King Curtis" by young people who stem from winners of the Virrick Park $500 scholarship and who will appear

King Curtis families with the highest drop- s southern tour show. Miomn Metro News Division photo.

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I Hospital Workers Pay Demand Meeting Sept. 5

Memorial Representatives Hospital of Jackson 1,200 non-professional work week in the county and Miami He had already offered a five pay. .4 p :
ers at JMH.Demands. Beach. per cent salary increase but
will meet Sept. 5 to discuss Both Homer and Taffel
Included an across "We aim to bring all county workers argued that such an however discounted the possibility -
wage demands, union recog- the board wage increase of$50 employes under a union con- Increase primarily benefits of a strike at the hos
nition and other
a month for all workers,a for- tract eventually," said Union workers. now receiving topA pital.
County Manager Porter mal grievance procedure, and President Lee Ta tf e I, after
Homer. fringe benefits. expressing optimism over the Bolt"
Lightning Kills Roofertile
Homer met with the
Hospital employes are being preliminary talks for hospital : :
ployes Sunday in a four-hour represented by the American workers. lightning bolt killed a 24- on an apartment roof at
session in Homer's office. It Federation of State, Countyand Between now and the neit year-old roofer in Opa-locka 400 Jann Ave. about noon when jj
was the first formal contact
Municipal Employest the bargaining session, Sept. 5, Monday. he was struck during a light
Homer and union officials
same organization Involved in Home said he planned to review PoUce said Robert Mitchell, rain shower.
who claim to represent garbage workers strike last the workers' demands. '811 NW 69th St., was laying -,,-

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} Roscoe
? : Ellis a 1968 graduate of
: > A&M University from
( C" Miami, has been awarded a
; .' ..
.. .: fellowship to Yale Universityfor
the 1968-69 academic year
** and for the summer of 1969.

:; : : '- Ellis has been admitted for

study toward the master of
arts In teaching degree in the
Yale Program.

While attending FAMU,
Ellis majored in Mathematics
and minored in Hlstor) He
was very active in student activities -
and a movement to Inform -
i '.. ,.'. the students of discussions
concerning the mergingof
4t FAMU with Florida State
,DY y Y :.' University or the possible
4 ':'.:..\ phasing out of his alma mater.He .
Is the son of Ernest L.
Ellis who reside at 2345 NW
166th St., Miami. He was the
T' < V :: ; < .. valedictorian of the class of

Ek vF > 1964. of Northwestern High
: a School.


} \ ia, Graham To


1r- Study NeedsOf

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4 Negro

;Lf1.;: s

: ': t. CollegesState

Representative Bob
Graham has been named to a
, special task force which will
# x a' +l x' rs r t n I tti
{ study the financial needs of
i f
Negro colleges the South by
the Southern Regional Educa-
tion Board's Institute on High
er Educational Opportunity.

Graham's appointment was
announced by Dr.William Fri-
s, 4 day, President of the University -
) of North Carolina and vice-
44 chairman of the Southern Re-

F&k gional Education Board.

*e** *.IM.
'litdt t$4 $
i elt During his service in the

y yf Florida House of Representatives -
r y Graham basbecome
: widely known for his expertise : -
on legislationdealingwith
educational problems.He .
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has served on the Select
Council on Post High School
,Education and as Chairman of,
4I the Legislative Council's Interim -
e e e
} Committee on Higher
Education. This year he was
A f S / e e e appointed by Governor Kirk to

} the Education Commission.of
the States and is a member.of
the Commission's Steer ing
1 1 1 1R
1 1
In announcing Graham's ap-

pointment, Friday said the
work of the task force is of utmost -
1 f
urgency and will be of
distinct value legislative

.a. committees, church boards,
g: M i e 1. e
trustees and others who hold
positions of re -sibll-
E ity concerning colleges.

Graham Is Vice President
of S e n g r a DevelopmentCor-
poration, builders of the 3,000
acre New Town of Miami
? Lakes and The Graham Company
operators of dairy and
beef ranches in Florida and
Bottled, under the authOrity 01 The Coca-Cola Company by the people In your town who bring you Coca-Cola Georgia.THE. .


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I Ten Acts Win Stars Over Miami Talent ContestTen I

top entertainment acts 'I Also selected were; 16- Miami Times, were cochairmen Casciola, president. ),I 4aI
selected from the Stars Over year-old singer Janet King; of the program. Lighting, sound and techni- I INSTANT_ _
Miami talent contest toappear the Knight Brothers (Samuel Also appearing on the program cal help on staging were provided
on the Ted Mack CBS- TV Coleman and Johnnie Martin) were Jimmy Ellis, World by Union Local 545 of the
Original Amateur Hour program Virrick park winners of the International Alliance of
Boxing Association heavy-
will WTHS- other donated Theatrical HO JtlEPftQNfNO
( preview on $500 scholarship weight champion, Chubby Stage Employees
TV, Channel 2, at 7 p.m. by Debbie Reynolds; Willie Checker and his band and the (IATSE) and Local 316 of the AMlCAJiQW
'I E Thursday, Aug. 29. Thomas, 17 year old singer; Outer Limits. Motion Picture Machine Oper-
I The talented youngsters appearing and the six-piece band of Sir ators and Sound Technicians Acjce All Credit .
,f in a summer-long Winston Scott and his Court, Professional entertainment Auditioning of talent was
'k program at City of Miami including a five-man singing for the program was providedby done by Arthur Evans and i
',[ parks were Judged during the group, the Sensations. Max Turk, branch managerof Richard Strachan Northwestern 8 TRACKSTEREOPHONIC
1 finals held in the Miami sta- Stars Over Miami was sponsored the Miami office of the Sr. High School; Billy ,
.. dium S a t u r d a y during which by the City of Miami, American Guild of Variety Artists Rolle at Carver Junior High; 1
some 9,000 spectators saw 31 and business and entertain- (AGVA), and music was Johnathan Thurston and Cas- TAPE PLAYER
singles or groups compete. ment leaders. Harry Botwick through the courtesy of Local sandra Hannah at Brownsville M
Originally scheduled to select of Florida State Theaters and 655 of the American Feder- Jr. High; and Timothy Savageat $79.95MARTIN'S
three winners, Judges Garth Reeves, editor of the ation of Musicians, Frank J. B. T. Washing High School.
Lloyd Marx, Mack's musical -
director; Hy Gardner, colum-
nist; Blanche calloway, radio -
personality; Chuck Zink, TV Palm Beach Loses School
and Mackfoundit
celebrity; Mr.
a hard task to pick from the .

"professional type"talent parading House of Music
across the stage. Funds Over Civil Rights .1
Singer Johnnie Johnson, ,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie 15976 NW 27th Ave.j
Johnson, 2990 NW 55th St.,won WEST PALM BEACH. TheU. I ial school: programs. accomplish the elimination of
the $500 scholarship donatedby S. Department of Health,I School Board Attorney Mi- the dual school system." Ef- Phone
Miss Debbie Reynolds and a Education and Welfare notified chael Jackson announced the forts to secure the county's 6244592COMPLETE
trip to New York for the big Palm Beach County last Fri- federal action at a press con- voluntary compliance "have LINE OF RECORDS
show. day that it has cut off federal ference. At the same time, he not been successful," she said, INSTRUMENTS 8 TRACK TAPES
Johnnie, eldest of six child- funds for county schools be- said he will file a suit against therefore enforcement proceedings '
ren and a 1968 graduate of cause the schools failed to HEW in Miami Federal Court were begun. ..
Lorah Park Elementary comply with the Civil Rights Monday to contest the govern 'r(.
School was discovered by ids ment's action.
music teacher Mrs. Evelyn Act.The cutoff doesn't threaten The funds placed in Jeopardy 4
Anders, who accompanied him federal assistance programsin for the next school year beginning 4r "'.
on the piano during auditionand the coming school year, September, 1969, In-
winning appearance at Manor county of f icl als said.However clude all the money the Head
Park. no f u t u r e requests for Start program, migrant education -
Milton Campbell, nine year federal aid will be granted. funds, instructional SOLID
old singer-dancer son of Mr. This will affect the 1969-70 television, programs for the
and Mrs. Charles Campbell, school year. retarded and visually handi- I STATE
'2342 NW 72nd St., and a student This year, the school sys- capped, remedial mathema-
at Poinciana Park Ele- tem received roughly $2.3 tics, library resources, and ALL
mentary School, was the win- million in federal aid. This adult, technical and vocational P TRANSISTOR
ner of a trip to New York. does not include money for the education funds. This adds up John McArthur
Mack, impressed with the federal school lunch program, to $2.3 million.
performances a wauled: ap- which remains unaffected by HEW's notification came in
pearances on his southern tour: the cutoff. a letter to School Superintendent J.D.BALL FORD HOME only
show to: Raymond Watson, 15 Federal aid represents onlya Robert Fulton from Mrs. INCORPOMATID
year old auto-harpist, com- tiny fraction of the total Ruby Martin, director of 9000 N.W. 7th AVCNUC Call 95
poser and singer; the five school budget for $74.5 mil HEWs civil rights office in MIAMI.FLORIDA 33tSOPHONC 625-1261 =..,
beautiful dancing Pepperettes; lion. The operating budget for Washington.She 7St-97tl VISIT OUR T.
this is the said "Your desegregation FROM BKOWARD 12'." "
the eight-piece Shevrons band year $51.6 million ABBEY-DOMESTIC CENTERS, INC. ,.
and 11year old dancer rest goes for capital Improvements plan is not adequate and 159S2 HW 27th An.v. The 27th A..,,M She"I". C.M.r)
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The Saturday morning Enrichment Program for neighborhood -
children, age levels, 8 to 13 years of age are held each
Saturday morning under the direction: of Mrs. Jessie Collins,
Neighborhood Worker. Currently she Is being assisted by Mr.
and Mrs. H. F. Kraus, volunteers.
Mr. Kraus Is a professional artist and under his super-
vision, the children have some remarkable constructions including -
t ii a monument of Robert F. Kennedy, made from empty
__________ _____j boxes, plastic bottles and )rs.

The ADC Mother's club, Mrs. Marie Harrison, president,
Is sponsoring a Tea on Sunday, September 8. This group Is
raising funds to repay a loan which sent two of their repre-
"SIPOLlIL"I.SOIIRY' sentatives; Mrs. Marie Harrison, president and Mrs. Char-

lotte Anderson, vice president to the Poor people's MarchIn
i Washington, D. C.The mother's club also has a much lar-:,
us* PAINT gerrange project which they are working on. They plan to
eventually own and operate their own neighborhood store :
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Non-fading colors clean &
'4* bright Lasting stay b.auty for There was a meeting of the Tenants League at the Culmer

t STUCCO CEMENT BLOCKS, Neighborhood Center,490NW 11th st.,OD Mondaynigbt August
,, BRICKS, ASBESTOS SHINGLES 26. The speaker was Attorney William DuFresne of the Legal
qt' 'S. TILE ROOFS all mas- Services Dept. Subject: Landlord and Tenants Problems, and
.., onryl On coat covers solidly! the Lawful way to Correct Them.
s, .Wit. Choose from a wide variety of The Legal Advisory panel of the Center presented an awardat
.Si. colors or we'll make your spe- the center on Wednesday night August 28. The award is
cial shade at no extra: costlelllici given by the Culmer Center Legal Services Dept. in an effortto
encourage other neighborhood landlords to take an inter-
est in Improving unsanitary and unsafe conditions in their

apartments.Child .
Spacln g Clinics are now open In the downtown area.
All Culmer neighborhood residents will go on Wednesday beginning -
the 28th of August between 6 and 8 p.m.

"Green Beeter" 8-S4 FERTILITY On Friday afternoon, August 29, there will be a meeting of
the Senior Citizens. Mrs. Elizabeth Curtis promises an inter-
/7 OR G8W8R SHEEP MAK18REft1 esting meeting. There will be many guests and the meeting
will be thoroughly covered by all forms of the news medium. At
this meeting, activities will be arts and crafts, music, and
personal interviews by their caseworker. Climax of the meeting -

ft*Ml*I III 66:1t. will be birthday celebration for members born in August.
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The Family Health Center is a newly functioning program
designed to serve 20,000 indigent residents in
a portion of the
Model cities area. The basic purpose of this Office of Eco-
W-LB.IM nomic Opportunity project is to provide continuing health care
t-Ft.Mt25-Ft.LMf REG. re sue for those persons who qualify for the program.
The Family Health Center is operated by the Economic Opportunity -
You'll create the serenity -. The natural manures are a fine Family Health Center, Inc. This is a private non-
of a tropical set source of organic humus. Th.y are Profit agency which was created in June,1967 by the Economic
tinge Its natural informal dehydrated, sterilized pulverized Opportunity Program, Inc., to administer the grant.
and weed free. The 6-6-6 (30% .
look is relaxing The governing body of the Agency is its Board of Directors
organic) is made by a firm a lead-
gives you a secluROLL in the industry for 90"fencedin" which is composed of representatives of the University of Mi-
er over
sion without that ami School of Medicine, Dade County Hospital Division, Eco-
REG. $12.98 years.
feeling. nomic Opportunity Program, Inc., Dade County Department
of Public Health, Dade County Medical Association,East Coast
Dental Society, Brownsville Neighborhood Center, Liberty
City Neighborhood Center, Dade County Academy Medicine
and Miami Dade Junior College. '

A Health Council will be formed from clients of tee program -*
Lumber and they will select representatives to the Board
The Family Health Center is currently providing services, J
Linclsleyy from the old Public Health Clinic located on 62nd Street Just
off 27th Avenue. This Is a temporary location that will serve J
until a building on 56th Street and 27th Avenue is renovated j

MIAMI-DADE STORES Lindsley.RBC Negotiations are being conducted with the Federal, Housing :
Open Sundays till 2 P.M. Administration for a loan to construct a new building on 27th
1635 N.W.28th St.Ph..6354511 Stores clsolocated Avenue at 56th Street. A design for a service center at the. I
3505 N W.79th Street-Ph.696.2810 2160 S.W.27th Ave.-Ph.443.7432 James E. Scott Homes is being made. :
14.W.7th Ave.6127th St.-Ph.681-7471 812 S.W. 12th Ave.-Ph.374.5108
The serf
I i in Family Health Center to medical
N.W.27th "9th St.-Ph.6210544 401 N L 167th St.-Ph 949-3537 :
14300 N.W.27th Aw.-Ph.68M523 HIALEAH:1295W.49thSt.--Ph.821.2150 Key West/, ((2 Starts) vices to all of the Model Cities area as soon as possible. A I
8820 Bird Road-Ph.2211311 PERRINES.DmeHwy.-Ph.238-5535 request for an additional grant has been made to the Public
I lsla.oraJaTravtrnitr
4300 Ponce de leon-Ph 443-7461 HOMESTEAD 632 Washington Ave.-Ph.247-6813
496 N.E. 79th St-Ph. 7574571S Health Service. If this grant is approved the Agency will create
Dixie Iludlam Road-Ph.661-1672 MIAMI SORE BUOW. CLOSED SUNDAYS another service center in the east Liberty City area.* I
5891 S.Dine Hwy.Ph..6SW3SI3817N.W.17thAve.Ph.633-8218 660 16160 N.E.96thSt.-Ph.759-2431 Biscayne Blvd.-PIa.9474711 Cocoa Fort Pierce Each week the Family Health Center will have a column in,
the Miami Times. The purpose of the column will be to carpate'an
BROWARD COUNTY STORES Open Sundays till 2 P.M. Doytona Beach I awareness of the program for the community and to presenta

w:HOLLYWOOD: 1800 N.State Road 7-Ph.989.6850 fT.POMPANO LAUDERDAlE BEACH::219 142S.W.1stAve.-Ph.942.0 N.W.1st Ave.-.522-7411 tO Tan Largo pa ((5 Starts) regular outlet for health information of interest to the com.

HOLLYWOOD PARit:1099 801N.21Ave.Ph.9225624 Oaktand Park Blvd.-Ph.565 6761 FT.lAUDERDAlE,800NL3rdAvePh.5222572, Pintllas Park munity. Tamily Health Center will appreciate any comments
LAUDERDALE:2900 W.Broward-Ph.581-3900 St. Petersburg the readers suggesting improvements for the program
HEALTHINTAugustandseptatuberareknownas the hot
MIAMb 14300 NW.271k Ave.-1U4553
C MlAk11:1135 N.M.28ttI months In Miami. It is the time when we all feel like shedding
our shoes and getting the comfort of the sometimes cool earth
.9- But these months are the times when the roundworms, ringworms
x hookworms, pinworms, and their assorted cousins lay
their eggs in the soil. Your barefeet become potential doors
s for their entry into your body which feeds them. This creates
A kt1 solution to this problem
a health problem for you. The simple
Is to prevent them from enter Ing your body by having your

hot feet encased in your shoes.

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22 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday August 30 1968
r_ h U_ _u_"" _...__-=, =J =--"'----,-"- _, _.'"______ d . ____ ... N h.1 APP *! ATinM.,

. CARDS. -M. .E.. M. 0..' RUIA' LS.-. "D EA. .T..H.. S .1.1IN JOHN family CHANEY of the late The SUSIE of ANDERSON the late

wishes to thank the neighborsand wishes to express our thanks
: friends for all acts of kind- for sharing our bereavementby

nesses shown them in their the numerous cards, tele-
MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAM hour of sorrow. grams, prayers and other acts
In loving memory of our lov- sad-but loving memory of In loving memory of our Special thanks to Manker- of kindness.

ed one, my dear mother dear son and brother Milton Funeral Home and the The memories of your deeds

MRS. BEATRICE BRUTONwho MRS. ANNIE JOHNSONone . .v' r; employees of Max .$auer. will always be cherished.
departed" this life, August sad lonely year have pas r Mrs. Tommie H. Chaney, GratefullyThe

23, 1966. sed since you went away. A wife Family, Mrs. Lottie

A precious one from us has precious one is gone. A voice Louise Thomas, daughter 1III, 6W Peek, Mrs. Rose Jackson,

gone, and may light perpetual we loved Is stilled A placeis family of the late Dr. Mrs. Alma Rodgers
upon her shine, as she rest on vacant In my home,that can William R. Campbell wishesto Mrs. Bernice Anderson
that peaceful shore. never be filled for the one I 4 CARD OF THANKSMrs. express deepest thanks and Mrs. Christa Lee Cooper

Mrs. Leola Thompson,cou- loved so dearly has forever Rowena Pinder appreciation to everyone who
sin, the Alter of Prayer, and passed away. shared In its grief with various HOUSE OF ALBERT
friends. Gone but not forgotten. I wish to thank my many deeds of love and kindness.

Sadly missed by: friends for their get well The many lovely flowers, the OBITUARIES
Mrs. Flossie Gibson, wishes and to those whom I telegrams the cards and the
CARD OF THANKSFrom and Willa Hall, daughters received such beautiful flow constant and Services for Bernard
Mrs. Lillian Sands, sister. ers. Last but not least to Mt. fulness presence James, Jr., of 611 NW 1st.Ct,
the family of the late EARL WHITE, JR. Sinai Nursing staff for their of dear, dear friends; were held Friday In the
thoughtful neighbors, former He Is survived his
chapel. by
kind and considerate nursingcare.
who departed this life August patients and
professional so-
IN MEMORIAMIn father Bernard Sr. mother
29, 1966. I am sorry to say I left cial acquaintances of Dr. ,
1 loving memory of our be- Two years have passed too soon only to find myself Campbell and served to bringso Ella B.; two sisters Mary A. ,
loved brother dear, since God has called you here in Monroe General Hospital much comfort to this and Gloria; one brother Carl;

CLEVELAND GEE home to be with him In heaven, In Key West, but the family. two aunts, three uncles.

around the snow white throne, memories and expressions of The eloquent eulogy by Rev. .
Services for Mose Thompson
who this life August shall be with
departed we often sit and think of you kindness ever Edward
T. Graham and the
of 666 NW 13th Apt
17, 1964. when we are all alone. kind resolutions from the Mt.
God was walking In his garden For memory Is the only me.Thanks and may God con- ZIon Baptist Church and Dr. 4, were held Tuesday in the his

i One he made with his own thing that grief can call its tinue and bless you all. James Johnson did honor to chapel. He Is survived by Al-
Susie daughter
hands wife one ,
own.Mrs. the memory of Dr. Campbelland eatha McKenzie three sisters
The sun was shining on each AllceWhltePinckney ,
to his
family. We are also
and two brothers.The .
blossom, mother, N. Y. C. IN MEMORIAMIn Indeed grateful to Rev Harold
Young and old throughout all Mrs. Sandra Morto,N.Y.C. Long, Ewer jamescasnRev.. remains Willie

REV. W. T.THOMAS In lands our church, he walked still Mrs. Barbara Forbes, memory of the late William Washington, Mrs.Ce- (Bubba) Thomas, of 1411 NW
wish To express sincere California. celia Dunn, Mr. Charles L. 71 St., were shipped toHines-

thanks to our many friends and For searching a lovely, full grown flower Mobley, Mr. Garth Reeves, ville, Georgia, Saturday. is
neighbors for their kindness IN MEMORIAMIn and the group and to everyonewho survived by two sisters, Mil-
shown during our hour of sor- participated In the final dred Hill and Eva Seale; one
Pausing here he found one
row for your prayers, visits, loving memory of rites. And, finally, we give brother James.Services .

cards, telegrams, and flow To ready be ,taken at that hour, 1 ....-.. ., E ff ffa fft humble thanks to Mrs. Range for Mrs. Marie
ers. And special thanks to the r't A ; and her staff for service with Rambert, of 1941 NW 166thSt.

J. M. Hospital and also Rev.L. Sadly missed by: efficiency and warmth. Opa-locka, were held Tuesday

C. Albert and his staff and Geneva Thomas an d Ella Ytr at Mt. Zion AME Church. She
to the pastor and members of Mae GatesL. a w # Most sincerely, Is survived by one son Thomas
the New Providence Baptist r The Family
McCray andonedaughter
Spicer, daughterIN 24
Church, Pastor's AidClubandthe Lelia Williams

Seaboard Association, and Services for Mrs. Rosa M.Harrintonot2302NW74thSt..
to the Rev. M. L. Paschal and MEMORIAMIn CARD OF THANKSThe .,

its members of the Corinth sad but loving memoryof family of the late were held Saturday in the
Baptist Church and friends. our dear mother and sister, chapel. She Is survived by two

BENJAMIN.WALKER.JR. sons Gerald and Dwight; one
) \ Sister Carrie Thomas, wife J. N would like to thank their many, daughter Tanya; two sisters,

) Mr. Willie Thomas, son and ELDER WILLIE GAMBLE many friends who were so kind Ellen Brown, Sarah Miles;

family and thoughtful, Just when they three brothers, Towsend,
Deacon Roscoe E c t o r,son MRS. MARY JACKSONwho 26 who departed this life August needed them most, for prayer Willie and Robert Cooper.
and family 1960.Eight years ago since money, florals, food,tele-
Services for Lena McElroyof
you left us and said to
departed this life September grams, cards and all acts of held
1201 NW 65th St. were
a ,
family that misses still.
1, 1965. you sympathy, In their sad hoursof She Is
In the chapel.
We realize ,Saturday
IN MEMORIAM It was the mas-
Three sad lonely years have bereavement.
survived by four sons,
ter's will
passed since you went away.A that you no longer The Father Calvin O. Scho-
In loving memory of stay. We know the gates must Edgar, David and Joseph, Jr.,
precious one from us is goneA field for his p ray e r and con-
"JII Ie voice we loved is still. close at midnight, as the sun soling words in the home and at Jerry.
N hides her face away. We remember the service the Services for Rev. James
A place is vacant in our home members of
your words of com- the Popps, of 14700 Buchanan.,
which can never be filled. Church of the Ascension,
.. ._
fort. As often held Wednesday at Antioch -
All is dark within our dwelling, you so said. the Richmond Heights Wo- were
w MRS. EMILY FERNANDEZwho lonely, Whatsoever you do In wordsor men's Club, theAmericanLegion Baptist Church. He is
W departed this life deeds do It all to the survived by two sons Louis
August In our hearts today, for the one gloryof Post 281, the neighbors. ,
22, 1960. we loved so dearly God. Good night, dear darl- Special thanks to the 69th St. and Nathaniel; one daughter
Gone, but not forgotten May Has forever passed away. ing. We 'will meet you In the neighbors of his brotherInlaws Hattie Norwood.

her soul rest In peace and Gone, but not forgotten morning. and the staff of the Dade Services for George Everett
may light perpetual shine upon County children, cafeteria of Roberts o f 10721SW 217th St.,

her.Eva The Lessie GreenandJackson Gussie Gamble, wife his sister-in-law and all the Goulds, were held Monday, in
Lawrence daughter Families Lucille Lewis and Queen N. Y. friends of relatives, the the perrine chapel. He is sur-
Mrs. Victoria Moss, sister Martin, foster daughters management and staff of the vived by his mother and father -

-- - -- Arlington, Thomas and M/Sgt. Archie R. Williams, Delmonico Hotel, Dr. H. H. one brother, Oscar, one
REV. THOMAS A. ROLLE Japhus Ferguson, brothers IN MEMORIAMIn retired foster son. Greene and staff, The Rich- sister Carol Ann.

who departed this life August 0. Lawrence, son-in-law ardson Mortuary, all who Services for Mrs. Ida Allen,

28, 1966. OF loving memory of my dear IN MEMORIAM came, called, or gave any of 430 NW 9th St., were held

"His life was gentle and the CARD THANKSThe husband In sad but loving memory of words of encouragement, you Monday in the chapel. She Is
elements so mix'd in him that tamily of the late survived by two daughtersAlice
w--- ',T'I!'> .._ my dear mother. were a pillow of strength. If
nature might stand up and say MR. ARTHUR GIBBS. ..JIt' ,. address can be found you will Wyche and Inez Smith.
to all the world, this was a } all be thanked personally at a
for Mrs.
the Final rites Aggie
gratefully acknowledges
later date. of 2488 NW 43rd St.
kindnesses shown us do- .
Julius Caesar (Act V Scene V) many
Friendship Is a chain of gold
ing his passing. These kind- will be held In Orlando, Fla.
nesses were shown through .. shaped In God all perfect mold. She Is survived by one sister,
The Family Each link a smile a laugh a
e McWhite three
flowers cards financial Albertha ,
telegrams -
tear a shake of the hand a word
: nieces and two nephews.
gifts, visits,and calls. of prayer. As steadfast as the

CARD OF THANKSThe blessings.May you share God's richest it Fi :ages roll,>binding close soul' Mrs. Evelyn Jackson of
family of the late Thank you, Mrs. Mary Lou ;) to soul. No matterhowhardorheavy 15391 NW 14th Ct., North Miami
Gibbs. i the load, sweet In the Beach,died August 25.She

FRANCES JONES Journey on friendship road. Is survived by her husband,

___..___,__. _
who expired August 29, 1968,: CARD OF THANKSThe m Mr.Dor is J. Walker, wife one son, one daughter, father

would like to express their family of the late JOHN BURTON, JR., Mrs. Hilda Robinson and one .mot her. Arrange-
sincere thanks and appreciation MRS. ANNIE M. JOHNSONwho Blonzette Gabriel, aunts ments are incomplete.
for food floral pieces JOHNNIE LEE WILLIAMS this Ute August
> who departed from us one year departed Mrs. Grace English and Mit-
Remains of Robert L.
money, cards, telegrams anc!I all the 28, 1964. Olive Cambridge sisters.
wish to thank neighbors September 2, 1967. 69th St. are
chell of 811 NE
other acts of kindness.Special I| and friends for all acts of kindnesses He is not dead just away, When the lovely petals have Cecil Mc Canny and Lovett to Ocllla ,Ga.
being shipped ,
thanks to the Range Funeral 1 shown them in their Wandered into an unknown lane I lasted Deval, nieces and other his
Home and Rev. E. Mozell,' hour of sorrow I n the form And left us dreaming how very)r The days which God has relatives. Friday. He mother Is survived Josephine by
47tl wife, Mary,
on 8th Avenue 1
Neighbors planned,
'of 'cards, letters, flowers, fairIt
-1 .. 27th Ave IN MEMORIAMIn one son Robert Jr., five
Ter., neighbors on telegrams and visits. needs must be, since he ling, the fragrance remains forever -
Street. Thanks also': daughters, Christine, MaryA.
and 49th
:j Words cannot express the i ers there. loving memory of
( to Brownsville Baptis t In the palm of our father's ., Betty J., and Fay Denise
t' heartfelt thanks In our hearts> We_ love him but Jesus loves HENRY ALBURYOur brothers
hand and Linda Gale three
Church the Rev.S.L.Johnsoiand 1 ;
{ it for you. him best. Mrs. Fannie beloved brother who'departed -
Rev. and Mrs. J. E M. Moton, Willie, Arthur and ;
i Dorothy Williams, wife daughter / this life Aug. 29, 1964. three sisters Mandie Rob-
f. : Wright Frances Karen,Sherree d I Wife Doris Burton and Mrs. Effie Baldwin, May you rest In peace. insonRuby Presley and Josie

.. t c The Family Barry, children and family,. Family sister Sisters Cromartle.

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%c If ___f The 1'Wenty-EigbthBlennial
: t National Convention of the National -
Alliance of Postal and
Federal Employees held its
session at the Eden Roc Hotel
on Miami,Beach August 19-
23. The registration of delegates -
and visitors went well
over one thousand.

On Monday evening, City
Commissioner M. Athalie
Range brought greetings to the

delegation, also, Postmaster,
__ Eugene Dunlap,Branch Presi-
dent, Clyde YoungBranch
:T '' t ..>,' y K Auxiliary President, Mrs.
,.., '
3' 1'i; .t \ Rubye L. Scott. Mrs. William
t t Cooper led the opening song
< ". .,/. '"' and Mrs. Roslyn Roberson
k.s. ; d': t, ,R \
,f .- rendered a most beautiful
: ;
i : <} .1t ,', ,Iii v 7' '
If ;..}, ,',
: ',! L; jl solo.The keynote address for the

V '.j l r' .. i evening was glvenby Mr.How- r
/,1 i \',J'. *, "' ard Jenkins, Jr.; a two term
.<'' member of the National Labor
Relation Board. His address

,'1 dolt with the Postal Alliance
E4 from its very beginning, its
goals and accomplishments.He .
remembered the days when
his father carried mail for the
t _
..r.. t r 4 D DI handsome sum of$600 per
year, while the average car-
\ ried today makes$400 plus per
I 7 ." L1TL month.

The closing remarks were
r----- __ given by our National Presi-

__ I,,). dent, Ashby G. Smith. Rev.
T'L John Ferguson gave the Invocation -
and Rev. Ralph Ross,
the benediction
", ,.
On Tuesday morning the
'I.i .\' president called the convention -
I (. to order at 10:00for busi
___ ness. The rules and creden-

__ tials committees reported,
other committees we reappointed -
and the delegates got
to work in full force.

Postmaster General, W.
Marvin Watson addressed the

convention Tuesday morning.
A S .
O.Aea Other dignitaries were: Mr.
Timothy J. May, General
Counsel Post Office Department -
Paul Nagle,EEODirec-

RICHARDSON For the BEST START assistant tor, Henry Dixon the Assistant, Special

Billy Simmons of 12 NW 8th PMG, Bureau of Operations
St., died Aug.20.He is survived Emmett Cooper, chairman
by a son Willie, three P.O. Board of Appeals and Review -

grandchildren, Lowery, Merna '. .; : <..,!'t ;,1 ... .
Shirley Ann Services will
be held August 27. Mrs. Evelyn B. Anderson,
Equal Employment 'Opportunity -
Vence Silimon of 744 NW78St. Specialist, Office of
., died at North Miami Hos- "J EEO Bureau of Personnel,
pital, August 23. He is survived Washington, D. C. Mrs. An-
by his wife, Willie Lou;one .l\U",,_ derson was appointed to this
daughter, Rosetta Peterson, a A present position on June 12,
one son Winston; ; two brothers :. .... 1968 by Postmaster General
John E. and W. J.; one sis- Watson. She began her postal
ter Myrtis Williams; two career in the Flushing, N, Y.
grandchildren. Services were The women's meeting was post office in 1951 as a distribution -
held Wednesday atGreater held in the Paladlum and Co- clerk. She is now the
Bethel AME Church. tillion Rooms of the Hotel.The highest ranking Negro womanin
delegation was large and the the United States post office

sessions were very interesting department
and informative.One of the

HOUSE OF ALBERT highlighting events of the Pepper Congressman gave the keynote Claude ao
meeting was Wenesday morn- which
dress for the Banquet
Services for Miss Laverne ing address by CommissionerM. was held on Thursday night.
Marshall, of 1535 NWRedlandRd. It's JACKSON'S TODDLE INN Athalle Range on the sub- Walter Nickerson, FEO Com-
Role of the
ject "The Negro
., Homestead, will be held' missioner was toastmaster,
2 p.m. Wednesday, August 28, r Woman in these Changing Rev. A. W. Davis, New York,
at Greater New Mt. ZionAME NURSERY i.Times' which was the themeof N. Y.,gave the invocation,Roland
$ convention. The women
Cturch, Homestead. r N.. .....Chavis awarded the
were high in their praises of Scholarships, Pres. Asby G.
KINDERGARTEN Mrs. Range.The arts and craft
Services for Bill Marshallof 0 Swim n presentations and
which were donated by the indies -
10429 SW 177th St. Perrine Mrs. Beatrice Simpklns, Na-
PRIMARY GRADES of the a uxl liar y netted tional of the Women'sAuxiliary
will be held Saturday, 2 p.m. Pres.
which is to be
nearly $200
He is made remarks,
survived by a wUl1 Ruth,
given to the United Negro Col-
two sisters, one brother. '
3038 NORTHWEST 48th TERRACE .*_' lege Fund. The teen age activities,
headed by Mrs.Rose Clement,
Delegates and visitors of the Included a trip to Pirates
TEETHINGPAIN Telephone: NE 4-4308 convention were wellpleasedwith World, Seaquarlum, Crandon
the setting of the convention Park, Viscaya,Teenage dance
? site. It was rewarding to and Fashion Show. Edward
Visit us or call for detailsRegistration hear how happy they were for Hanna and North Travel Bur-
:.t8.; Millions of mothers rely Mrs. I I. 8. Jackson-Mosl.y, 'the hospitality shown them. eau arranged trips to Nassaufor
-.;'' on Baby ORAJEL liquid. Own,.Supsrvl tot
'. The next meeting of the con- approximately one hundred
. Put on-pain's gone. -A-
.=;.. Recommended by many vention will be August, 1970 delegates who took advantage t
pediatricians. Easy to' in Norfolk, Virginia The Mi- of the opportunity to enjoy a *'"
=t relief.use. Brings Carries prolonged Good!* Now Going On ami Branch wishes to take this foreign country nearby.

M Housekeeping warranty: opportunity of thanking all of
o a, "1 seal.Ask pharmacist for'I' the local visitors and friends The dance, on Friday night,
p"RF.. 3 BABY who attended the local program climaxed the social activities
-=:- ...
for this convention.
ora-jel banquet and dance.


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24 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 30, 1968Qlliurrlp


Rev. Douglas Cook,pastor Rev. W. P.Tarpley,pastor Zelma Johnson, wife the evening worship when all
Eddie Gilbert, reporter Earnestlne Hart,reporterThe of the pastor of Greater Bethel choirs of the church Join in a
AME Church, Is the guest battle of song for the occasion.All .
Come and enjoy an evening president of No. 2Usher speaker for the Women's Day members are urged to

of fun with the usher board Board wish to thank the observance at the church dur- respond to the captains' call.

No. 1 at Virginia Beach, this members and friends for mak- ing the morning service,Sept. Mrs. Emma Collins and co-

Saturday, w leave ing their Usher's Federationa 8. Speaking from the,theme"A chairmen, Mrs.. ,Louise Shor-

the church, 5946 NW 12th Ave success. Woman's Role In the Challenging ter, and Mrs Naomi, Symo-

at 7:30 p.m.Refreshments, The No. 3 Choir will spon- Society," Mrs Johnson is nette, are busy mailing lettersof

.. free! Donation $1.00 sor their anniversary, September expected to unfold an outstand- invitation'to churches and

y "--WF P W MMOMM ;, The YWA would like to thank 15, you are welcome. ing blueprint for the women. clubs in the community. The

each and everyone who coop-' The,Freddy Davis and Little An extravaganza of music entire community Is invited to

smug erated with them and helped to Shawders will be here come will be the special feature for worship throughout the day.

m a k e their anniversary a and bring a friend. Rev. T. S. Johnson, pastor.
for the sick and shut- ....
Mt. Olivette Celebrates great success. Special thanksto TEMPLE
the speaker Rev. West and ins.

all participants on the program Rev. L. A. Thompson, pastor
Scholarship DayThis May God bless and keep NEW PROVIDENCE Elsie Douglas, reporterThe CHRIST EPISCOPAL

day has been set aside Waters; Sandra Taylor,Voor- each of us. Sis. Mary Brownis Rev. C. J. Burney,pastor Lord's Supper will be Fr. T. R. Gibson, rector

to honor all deserving students hees College; Joan Storr,UnIversity president.The Arsula Edwards,reporterThe administered during the Antoinette SUva,reporterOn
who will attend college in the of Miami; Gwendolyn citywide bible class of Lords Supper will be morning and evening services,

fall. First year students Robinson, Florida Atlantic. which Bro. Arthur Cohens Is served Sunday in our evening with joint choir singing. Saturday, August 31, the
Charles president invites each of you EYC is having a dinner sale
Gibson, Norma Jean These students received a service.
Lawrence, Ralph Johnson: scholarshipin the amount of as its guest. The women's department of The pastor,worshipped and would appreciate your patronage -

Linda T. Robinson, all of Miami A Labor Day tea has been the Seaboard Baptist Association us in the morning service. He .
Dade; Joseph Roshlng, $25.The planned for you at the home of is chartering a bus to the was present to organize wo- A financial drive to raise

,K University of Louisville,Ken- members feel that this Brother and Sister Cohens, National Baptist Convention men's day commUtee,with funds to complete the parish

tucky. These students received small effort can encourage our 6785 NW 24th Ave. The pub- Atlanta, Georgia.'Consecration Mrs. Basheva Bryant, chair- ball is now in progress. This

a scholarship in the sum of children to further their education lic Is invited. hour of prayer man, Mrs. Augusta Clark,cochairman .drive will feature a contest between -

$100. The idea was the brainstorm Remember the sick in your is held Sunday at 5:00 a.m. Miss Elsie Douglas, thirteen men oftheves-

Students who returned are; of Mrs. I. C. Mlckins, prayers. Visitors are always Continue in prayer for our secretary, Miss Edwina Lord, try and congregation. This financial -
Barbara presentations made welcome to worship with us. treasurer. drive is expected to be
Brenen, Linda Robinson were by sick, shut-ins and those who
and Jacquelyn Arinah, the chairman of the scholar- are bereaved. Visitors areaways !- Deepest sympathy to Rev. the greatest and all efforts and

Florida Memorial; Carolyn ship committee, Mrs. MarionV. welcome. Russell and family the passing cooperation are desired.

PoWer,and Cecil Hunter,Fla. Arinah. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE of his motherinlaw.Let's Fr. G e o r g e' Taylor was

Ala Jd; Glen Hamilton, Edward Rev. I. C. Mlckins, pastor Surprisingly, there Is a relation ST. JAMES continue to pray for guest priest at our service on
Sunday morning.Canon Gibson
the sick and shut-ins.
between highway safety Rev. S. L. Gay pastor was also guest priest and

GREATER ST. LUKE GRACE \and religion. The bible shows Joseph Marshall;reporter preacher at the .Church of the
that safety results from put-
Mrs. Doris Williams and MT- TABOR Incarnation.
Rev. W. F. Savoy pastor (ting our lives under the control
O pastorAifreda August-ites would like to thank .
Taylor, Rev. James Hendon, pastor Greatly missedby the members
Rev. Savoy and his family Taylor, reporter everyone for their wonderful Wilhelmlna Sands, reporterThe from her post at the or-
are happy to be back in Miami I tember 1 Sunday at 1:45 over
Wednesday, September support that ssured success. church will have representation gan is Mrs. Laura Westburywho
after an enjoyable vacation radio station WMBM to "Manis
4, the 7 Seals will sponsor a : Mrs. Classie Porter and at both the Nationaland we hope will be returning
with relatives and friends In "
not Victim of
j a Chance.
in behalf of the Men's September-ites
program are having a the Progressive Baptist soon.
Day, which will come off the Michigan and Ohio. Verily, verily, I say unto "Labor Day" picnic at the Conventions The pastor, Sisters -
fourth Sunday in November. Many thanks to Elder J. D. ;you He that belleveth on me, j home of Mr. and Mrs. Porter, Elizabeth Merchant

Deacon Burroughs is chair- Fanlel, Rev. Joseph Johnson tie works that I do shall he doa 7100 NW 19th Avenue. Please Pearl Rogers (delegates from, MT. CALVARY!!
Mr. and Mrs.Harold Higgs and ; so, and greater works than Rev: S. Atchison, pastor
out and
man. The public is invited to come make Us a suet Home Missionary Society)
attend. the adult choir, and all other these shall he do; because I go cess. We need your support. Elaine Forbes and Minnie Phyllis Beal, reporterThe

Continue to pray for the sick members and friends of ,unto my Father." This passage All boards and clubs please Warren will be attending the
Grace, who helped to maintain from the Gospel of John Deacons Deaconess
and shut-ins and our boys in j Inform the pastor of your convention in Atlanta Ga.
wish to thank who
inspiring worship and is part of the Responsive everyone appeared -
the time
service: meeting so that he may Deacon Sylvester Bruton and
___ other church activities during Reading in this week's Les- on their program and
meet with in the near future. wife
Sis. Willie Bruton w111 at-
the vacation. the friends who came out
son-Sermon on"Christ Jesus ,I many
To the sick and
Condolences to the bereaved there the convention in Washington to enjoy this feast.
GREATER NEW BETHEL i to be read Sunday In all Chris- all enter-rich
family of the late Mrs.Susie taD Science churches may or D. C. Sunday is the Lord's Supper.

Rev. C. H. Smith, pastor Daniel, who was funerallzed poor, strong or weak, learnedor The Willing Workers Club 1 Come and take part in the ser-
and here allarewelcomed wish
Minnie Hunter, reporter Monday. Thanks is extended to 5 to thank their many vice with us, for you are wel-

S We, at Greater Bethlehem the congregation for the many NEW MACEDONIA by God. j friends and members for mak- come.

urge you to make our church expressions of sympathy. CHRISTIANFELLOWSHIP ]ing their tea a success,on last: Please pray for the sick and

your choice of worship, 420 This Sunday is communion Rev. Roscoe Jackson,pastor Sunday afternoon. shut-ins.
NW 4th Avenue. Sunday. Let us come out In full Willie J. Beard, reporterThe Pray for the sick and shut- The fourth Sunday is Men's

The panel Discussion numbers to express our thankfulness Rev. P. S. Brown, pastor ins. Day. Do plan toattendourprogram. -

scheduled for Aug. 31, at 8:30 for God's, blessings. president, officers and M. L. Nixon: reporterThe .
i members of choir No. 1 wish NEW SHILOH
has been iI pastor wish to thank the
postponed due to the
death of Rev Smith's mother I to thank each and everyone who Vow Leaders and their mem- Rev. A. M.Griffin,pasTor .

On September 15 at 3p.m. I BROWNSVILLE BAPTIST |helped make their Sixth Anni- bers] for the splendid report Cheryl English, reporterThe DRAKE MEMORIALRev.
a s u c c e s s. Special
the pastor and congregation 2775 NW 60th Street I thanks versary to the auxiliaries of the (given Sunday. The picnic at pastor is asking all J. W. Dunn, pastor
will render services to con j Bakers Haulover was well attended members to please attend The pastor and officers are
Rev. F. L. Johnson pastor church for
clude Men's at your cooperation | and enjoyed by all. church Sunday morning and
Day Rev. cu-
Wright reporterWe and and to the
ter's Church. support visiting Choir rehearsal will beheld Sunday night He leaving for asking all members to pleasebe
are grateful to have
_. our present Thursday night for
pastor and family returned
who participated on the program The Usher Board is busy, after which he will begin his; the third Quarterly confer-
ST. MATTHEWSRev. after a visit to N. Y. with sick i '
with their paper collectionsand vacation. ence. Plans for women's day
A. Randall relatives. Deacons Dizzy Hood,presi- ask. all to contribute to He would like for everyoneto > will be made and the presence
,pastor There will be a Fish Fry at Annie Vassar, reporter tOn home of Bro. and Sis. Arthur vice,president. B. (this activity. 1 take Communion before he i of all will be needed to make

the second Sunday the leaves. our women's day a success.
Clark, 3500 NW 209 Ter.
Friday night is our annual L We wish to thank all
women will observe their an- BAHA'I'SHAVE PICNIC pupils
Saturday night All the fish
you The pastor left the last
nual Women's All city ,business meeting.Everyone is t and teachers who are makingoar
Day. members can eat for only one dollarl I So
j Sunday night via bus journey- The Miami Baha'iCommunity -
asked to attend.
are urged to Join in Sunday school a success.
a con- please stop In.
ing to Albany, Georgia toren- is holding a picnic at the Visit the sick and for OUR
certed eh rt to make this pray B.T.U. will have its
our You are invited to attend
best women's our der( a ODe- wee k revival for Virginia Beach, Virginia Key, the shut-ins. quarterly 'IBIble quiz the last'
ever. church annual tea Sunday, ;Rev. J.J.Johnson,our reviva- j Just opposite the Seaquarium, in
Monthly conference is this Sept. 8, from 46 p.m. at the ;list. Let us that he will Sunday Sept. 1 1:00p.m., Sunday September.
Thursday: 7:30 pray I f RIDE.; THE "PRESIDENTSPECIAL" Let us continue to visit our
p.m. church. ]have a safe trip and success- Pit No. 3.The public is welcome -
Rev. Cook of Jordan Grove TO BAPTIST sickandshutlns.Yisitorsarealways
Parents of all Juniors are ful
; revival. Bring a basket of food '
will preach here Friday night :asked to please send the children Remember the sick and and enjoy a pleasant afternoon CONVENTIONIt welcome

,in behalf of the No. 2 Usher to rehearsal Saturday's at i shut-ins when you of fellowship.
'Board. 4 p.m. was necessary to chartera S aclc- To-School

On Thursday night after the We would like to say thanksto FIRST EMANUEL second bus to convey dele- Dance
':second Sunday, there will be a j the many groups who were gates and friends to the National -

!'singing contest between Choir with us Sunday night to help Rev. J. E. Wright, pastor Baptist Convention in The Episcopal Churchwomen -

;No. 2, and Antioch Baptist of I make our program a success. Rev. D. A.Bradley, pastor We were happy to have Bro. Atlanta, Georgia.This bus will of the Church of Transfiguration -

;Brownsville. Louise McGriff, reporterThe Cecil Blair with us on last Sun be known as the "President's sponsors a Back-

Don't forget to pray for the day night. Visitors are always amok and bereaved families ST. MARY'S' chairman and cochairman welcome to worship with us F. Finlayso, president of the Center of Cloverleaf Bowling

i of our Women's Daypro- beginning with Sunday school Baptist State Convention of Lanes, 17601 NW 2nd Ave.(off

Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor j gram, thank each and everyone 10 a.m. Morning worship 11 Florida and third vicepresident ,.Rte 441), Friday, September
CORINTH Sunday services will be as who turned out with us on a.m. and evening worship 7:00: of the National Baptist*, 6, 8 p.m.untll? Continuous

usual. Communion will bes
Rev. M. L. Paschal,pastor e r v e d all day. Joint choirsand Roscoe Ector reporterOur J Joint usher boards will On Labor there will be
Day pray for our boys in Vietnam, with several deacons from sion is 100.
new pator Rev. M. L. serve all day. Evening ser- ;a Barbeque sale on the churchlot the sick and shut-ins. various churches. .
Paschal, received eleven vices begin at 6 p.m. ; on 79th St.,given by the No.
members on last Sunday. The Women's Day committee ;2 Choir, please come by and Aside from' Rev. and Mrs.
Our women's day will be the is inviting you to spend La- buy something from them. 1 Finlayson, the entire delega- JOBMOBILE
fifth Sunday in September.Sis. bor Day with them, an all daysale Rev. J. E.Jenkins,pastor 'tion from the Bahamas and a

W. Dellford, chairman, Sis. and day of fun and games Our pastor, deacons and Ruby L. Carr, reporterOur large delegation from the Monday, Sept. 2, Labor day
Wiley, co-chairman. will be he Id ,at the church., some 'members will leave for pastor Is happy about First Baptist Church,of which holiday.

Choir No. 1 will be guest of Monday, Sept. 2 beginning at the National Convention. We going to the National Baptist Rev. W. M. Davis is pastor, Tuesday, September 3, 7:30

honor at the First Baptist 10 a.m. for a day of fun,pleasespend are asking for your prayers Convention which will convene New Hope Baptist Church, a.m. to 4:30 p.m. South Dixie:

, Church of Opa-locka, Sept 8, it with us. that they will have a safe trip 1 in Atlanta, Georgia,with other Rev. Paul Freeman, pastor Highway and S. W. 32nd Ave.

\ at 3 p.m. Rev. Macon,plstor. Let us not forget to visit or there and back. members of our church. will be seated on this bus. (McDonald St.) New Zayre's

There will be a Dinner sale call our sickandshutlns.Ourspecial Pray for the sick and shut- Our get well wishes are extended A few seats at present parking lot.Wednesday.
at the home of Sis. to each of ins and those who have lost to Sister Agnes Smart are
Saturday prayers go :;available Make baste and call Sept. 4Friday
Mor row, 4750 NW 24th Ct., them and all our boys,in ser- love ones. pray for the boys in North Shore Hospital.Come i the committee for your reservation Sept. 6, NW.27th Ave.and 54th

5334100. vice both home and overseas., in Viet Nam. to church Sunday. before it is too late. St. (Vacant serttce station).




THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 30, 1968
Bfl/iais Observe Historic I
South Dade his Prison home
The with on August 31
Community will join 1863. [ I REGISTRATION 1968-i 9

Baha'is all over the world In The local Baba'is will commemorate Phone NumbersDade BEGAN AUGUST 19th

observance of the hundreth an- the occasion with a Well Rounded Program Arts & Crafts, Mule
niversary of the Journey of program and p o lucksupper County's public school you want. Southern Bell says Field Trips Reading, Writing Readiness and

Baha'tfllab, prophetFounderof on Saturday,August 31,at 7955 system has a new telephone I distribution Is expected to be H.It.,.COlln.t,, ,
the Faith, from his native SW 128t Street In South Dade number.In complete by September 9. PICK-UP & DELIVERY SERVICE
Persia to the Holy Land,where At the same time Hot Lunch-Afternoon
some three fact it has a lot of new In the meantime, Jot these Snack
and Imprisonedwith
he was exiled followers. thousand B a b a'I s from over telephone numbers.In down. Personnel Department Location: 14140 NW 22 COURT
band of
his small the world will be meeting in a 350-3211( ; Pupil Welfare and Op a-lock a, Florida
commemorative conference an effort to Improve and Attendance, 350-3631( ;Central
Because of his religious Palermo, Sic 11 y. After the expedite service, the busy administration Switchboard, 35()-3011. PHONE: MU ,8.8141 or MU 1-4060
teachings, Baha'u'llah was conference most of the dele- building has gone For information on adult and
first banished to Baghdad, but gates will Journey to Haifa and Centrex. This means, ef- vocational classes, call the
the Sultan later decreed that he 'Akka where they will visit fective, now, you can dial de- Lindsey Hopkins Education
be sent to 'Akka In the Holy Daba'I Holy places and participate partments direct. When you Center, 350-3511( (before 2 Kiddie University
Land. With his small group and In a formal obser- receive your new telephone directory p.m.) 350-3611( (after 2 p.m.).
guards, the Prophet arrived at vance of Baba'u'llab'sarrlva1. now being distributed District office numbers,
you can look up the num- listed in the directory,remainthe 5605 N.W. 32nd Ave.

Fa. E. S. Clarke, Jr., vicar OPEN FORREGISTRATION
Rev. W. E. Sims,pastor We will return to the winter r - - ------

Loraine Fuller, reporter schedule on Sunday, Septem- REGISTER NOW AT: ANNOUNCEMENT
Saturday, August 31, at900 ber 1st. It will be as follows: CENTERVILLA For the very best, care and service for your

a.m. busses will leave the Liturgy, 7:30 a.m.; church LITTLE FOLKS KINDERGARTEN child: ('
church for our annual SundayS school, 9:30 a.m.;Solemn sung PLAY SCHOOL 5861 NW 17th Avenue CERTIFIED TEACHERSHOT
c boo I Picnic at Crandon mass, procession and sermon, Offers; BALANCED MEALSTRANSPORTATION
Park. 10:45 a.m. Wednesdays, Lit- Free Pick up & Delivery,
We wish to welcome all our urgy, 8:00: p.m. 3290 NW 45th Strttt Hot Meals

members who are back from There will be Solemn Sung 635-5283 or 693-4583 Certified Personnel If you want the very best for your child, re-
vacations.The Mass on all weekday feasts and
ther Register Now, Call: gister now.
pastor Is asking all Holy days. Please check your Hot lunchesCertified '69W802! or691-7796
members to attend prayer calendars for these days. personnel Mn. R.E.Copelan Supt. 634.1632 or 6250201We are glad to serve you.

meeting and bible class on (TF) SCHOOL WILL BEGIN SEPT. 3, 1968
Thursday at 8 p.m. THANK YOUMr.
Continue to pray for the sick REGISTER NOW!! .
and Mrs. Robert Tor-
and shut-ins,bereaved,and all LAUGHLIN'S KIDDIE UNIVERSITY
rence of 1431 NW 68th st.,will
the less fortunate. 5605 NW 32nd Avenue,
like to take this method to ex- ATTENTION
press their sincere thanks to ANNOUNCEMENTSMALL
NEW MORIAHRev. each and everyone for their 1753 NW 4th Court FRYE LITTLE
kind thoughts, prayers, telephone ,REDSCHOOLHOUSENursery
A. L. Shipp, pastor calls, letters cards,and Announces its opening & Kindergarten
Evelyn Souter, reporterOur donations of every kind great TUESDAY, SEPT. 3 6729 NW 23rd Court
monthly conference tonight and small. Registration now in progress Has opened for the new
Thursday, at 8 p.m. The Deeper thanks and gratitudeto For information, school year. Registration St. Paul's Kindergarten'sOpening
pastor Is asking all to pleasebe Corinth M.B.Church,Mill- call 31 1-8488-691-1834 now going on. For

present and on time. rock M. B. Church, Rev. An- Mr. & Mrs. Will 0. Cox, information, call:
The No. 3 Choir will cele- drew Jackson, Rev. Milton, Owners 691-2051 eve 633-2306:
brate their anniversary the Rev. J. Ferguson, Rev. Col-
1892 N.W. 51st TerraceA
fourth Sunday in September. vin and Rev. A. L.Shipp dur-
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Sister Lillle M. Humes Is at ing his illness In Jackson M.
home recuperating after sur- Hospital.I WELCOMEw
gery at Mt. Sinai H 0 spit a 1. offer my respect and admiration -
Please pray for world peace. and ask that God ,Dear. Boys and Girls,
Visitors are always welcome. shower his blessing upon you St. Agnes' KindergartenAnnounces rr H
all. I will be very happy to see you when you,school next week.
its opening Tuesday, September
The classroom has books and
many new,
I Hot lunches Free pick-up and delivery toys- for, you to enjoy.

AFFAIRS DEPT. HEADThe services Train ed personnelFor Mrs. McMillan

information call: N E 4-1910 or N E ,5-2301 RegistrationREGISTER

Anti-Defamation Lea- ,Describing urban crisis as Mrs. Jacqueline Livingston, Supervisor
gue of B'nai B'rith this week '"The nation's most serious YOUR CHILD THURSDAY AND
announced the appointment of I domestic problem," Mr.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 29th and 30th, 10:00 a.m.
Kenyon C. Burke, a commun- :Schary said the League "has
ity relations specialist, as director the capacity and responsibility KINDERGARTEN!! KINDERGARTEN!! to, 6:00 p.m.CLASSES .

of its newly created UrI I to make a significant contri- YOUR CHILD DESERVES THE ,BESTI! BEGIN TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER,
ban Affairs Department.The 1 bution" toward solving the 3rd, 1968 at 7:30 a. m.
department was established I problem. "We are old bands
at the League's annual :it fighting prejudice and discrimination BETHANY FOR INFORMATION CALL:

meeting to enable the 55yearold I he added.INTERNATIONAL 691-4516 or 6343720Mrs.
human relations agency
"to Intensify its activities in COMMUNITY J. McMillan, Director
intergroup relations, and better UNITED
cope with urban crisis." REVELATION PEOPLES
ment, Dore Schary, national
chaiman I am your humble servant,
of the said
League, &
minister of the gospel,
as a
Mr. Burke will ,be responsible of
have 8 years experience. St. Francis XaverKindergarten
for"systematizing and co- I know prayer changes
ordinating" ongoing agency things. If you have need of DAY
activities relevant to the urban this service, you may callme
from 7' a.m. to 5 p.m.
crisis and race relationsand Moth.r E. Fie Ids. Ph. 373- CARE
for "developing new activities 4062. If you are a prophet in
within the scope of need of papers you can callme
at the same no. or writeme
ADL's special experience and at this address, 439 NW CENTER Opening Monday,
competence." 9th St. Apt. 19. (SeptJ).

;..; 2500 NW 50th STREET September 9, 1968
: Modern and Attractive Classrooms HOURS 8:30 A. M. TO 2:30 P. M.

Williams Efficient Personnel HOT LUNCHES AND SNACKS

Balanced and Attractively Prepared Meals
Beauty is part' of the continued expansion of
Excellent Transportation
Training program will prepare the child to work suc-

Salon Vit' REGISTER YOUR CHILD NOW!! cessfully in the first grade. It is not just a

REGISTRATION BY APPOINTMENT NOW! babysitting operation; there will be a strong

Beginning Monday, August26-30, 10:00 a. m. academic emphasis.

'2488 N.W. 54th St. to 1:00 p.m.- Thursday, 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. REGISTER NOW AT:

WILL BE OPEN ON Classes Begin Tuesday, September 3, 1968 ST. FRANCIS VIER SCHOOL 3kt ....

LABOR DAY -1:30: A.M.-6 P.M. For information call 634-2993 or 624-7485 461 NW 16th Terraceor

COME IN OR CALL 634-9349 634-0743 or 757-8147
call: 754-5580, if no answer, call 754-0965

Operators to serve you: Give Your Child ,the Advantage of this (Grades One, Through Five begin Tuesday,

MRS. MARY BRYANT HARRIETT HILLS Wholesome environment. Sept. 3, 1968)).


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26 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, August 30, 1968

Hampton House Motel Loaded For Labor Day WeekendHampton

House Motel and Mrs. John A.Grooms,Mr.and I Rose, Mrs. Naomi Darden, Mr. William Ham, Mr. and
Villas have the pleasure of Mrs. Wilbert Sim, Mr. and 1 Mrs. Ruby Jackson, Mrs. Mrs. Herbert Jackson, Mr.
housing for the "Labor Day Mrs. L. P. Moore, Mr. and I Clara Rice, Mrs. Dorthea and Mrs. Bunch, Mr.and Mrs.
k week-end" the following out- Mrs. Larry, Mr. and Mrs..Val][ Hudson, Mrs. Louise Barnes. Charles Williams, Mrs. Ora
P of-town guests visiting from Mathews, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Cor e n e Lang, Mrs. Lee Rhodes, president; Mrs.
f Atlanta, Georgia. Horace Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. Margaret Foster, Mrs. Hattie McGriff, Mrs. Janie A.
Mrs. Lula 'Cade,' Mrs. Guaterman, Mr. and Mrs. N. Marion Bates, Mrs. Roberta Savage, Mrs.Florence Butler,
Dorothy Price, Miss Gwen- Key, Mr. and Mrs. Cooperlin, Stenson, Mrs. Fannie Rhode, Mrs. Lillie Smith, Mrs.Donna
dolyn Homes, Mrs. Bethie Mr. and Mrs. RobertJackson, Mrs. Ruth Jones, Mrs.Vickie, Shim, Mrs. Ida Holman, Mrs.
Smith, Mrs. Jimmie Thomas, Mr. Joe Jenning, Mrs.Carolyn Mr. Doc k Thomas, Mr.Aus- Cella Banks, Mrs. Annie
Mrs. Ann Adams, Mrs.Evelyn Young, Mrs. Annie Sim, Mrs. tin, Mr. Ranell Kindell, Mr. Parker, Mrs. Sarah Herbert,
I J.-s Griggs, Mrs. MarlamKenney, Juanita Young, Mrs. Della David Kindell, Mrs. Lizzie Mrs. Daisy Williams, and
CLASSIE PORTER Mrs. Annie L. Morgan, Mrs. Lowe, Mrs. Beacher Wil- Applin, Mrs. Alice McCoy. Mrs. Alberta Thomas.
Evelyn Barris, Mr. Francis liams, Mrs. Annie McMiller. From Brooklyn are Mrs. We invite you to Join In
1 well attended and Inspiring. Green, Mr. J. W. Ward, Mr. Mrs. Lois Bessie B. Tatum and group, "Mirth and Merriment"all on
Our Grand Worthy Matronof and Mrs. William Riley, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Brown, a gay note at Hampton House.
B. L. ROLLS Bethlehem Grand ChapterOES Minnie Bently, Mr. Ben Bent-
and Mrs.Charlie Demons Mr.
Mrs. Lester
ly, Henry Mr.
escorted to Eastin
was the
Mrs. B. Louise Rolle past and Mrs.Jessie Lowe, Mr.and Henry Lester Miss Roberta
the International conferenceof 7 A.M. to 10 P.M.
commander of Kazah Court Mrs. John Montgomery, Mr. Wilson, Mrs. Annie Carroll, Open Days-8

No. 117, Daughters of Oasis, There Grand were Chapters fourty OESPHA.matrons and Mrs. Grant L. Hayes, Mr. Miss Codie Belllnglee, Mrs. The Best For Less At
and Willie and
Mrs. Glaze Mr.
attended the Emperial Court from Florida theaffair. Donna Jackson, Mrs. Amy
attending -
International Conference of Mrs. Dawcy Whaley, Mr. and Harris
Dr. C. B. NelsonDanielswas Brenkly, Mr. James ,
Grand Chapters OES, Inc., In with Mrs. Henry Dawson Mr. Albert Wrice,.Mr. James i i ik
presented a plaque
Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Aug. and an orange tree, decorated Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. X. Carmichael, Mr. Kennedy
18 Aug. 23. Accompanying with artificial orangesandreal Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Byrd, Mr. and Mrs. Holimon,
her were Daughter EthelT. for leaves. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Harmon: Mr. and Mrs. James Young,
Johnson, deputy of the Oasis, money Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Mr. and Mrs.Adell Walls, Mr.
and Matron Classie Porter, Also present were Rev.Hin- Archer, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph and Mrs. Barnes.Mr. .
W.M., Mt. Sinai Chapter No. son, Bishop E. C. Hatchet and Brodus, Mrs. Olivia Sanders
189 OES. Both sessions were wife and Shawn Sanders, Mr. and and Mrs. Richard Mor-
Mrs. Jon T. Brown, Mr. and rison, Mrs. Lois W l iliia m s,
Mrs. Hecter Williams, Mr. Mrs. Rosa Reedy, Mrs. Lillle
and Mrs. Ottaway Davis, Mr. Zimmerman, Mrs. Addle
Modern Free And Accepted. and Mrs. James Water, Mr. Parrit, Mrs. Essie Johnson,

and Mrs.NelsonWingfleld, Mr. Bobby Jackson, Mrs.
Feted Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Woods. Verles Green, Mrs. Betty
Masons To Be
Mr. and Mrs.Willie Holla way. I Davis, Mrs. BarbaraHughley,
Mr. and Mrs Andrew Smith, Mrs. Annie M. Jackson, Mrs.
Here SundayGrand Mr. and Mrs.Willie Freeman, :1 Estella Klnnerbrow, Mrs.
Mrs. Mary Walton, Mrs.Rosa J 1 Bessie M. Sterling, Mrs.
Master T. Willard of the Lamp Chapter #70; Sis. L. Stoudmire, Mrs. Elizabeth 1 Nellie C. Thomas, Mrs. Mary OVER 40,600 CARS SOLD
Fair and Grand Worthy Matron Delores Hanna, W.M., Felicity Marshall, Mrs. Clarissa
Olive Florene, Jones will en- Chapter #71; Sister Doris Mc- Petty, Mr3. Eula M. Martin,l ft ilir Most Recent Survey
tertain members of Modern Gahey, W.M., Jewels of Star Mrs. Gladys Niles, Mrs.Doris|
Free and Accepted Masons of Chapter #72; Sister Ethel E. t Carmack, Mrs. Eunice Up-1 v.y.
the World,Incorporated,along Graham, WM., Mt. Zion J kins, Mrs Rosa Hammond, I!9 Shows 51 % Repeat
with new candidates for the Chapter ##73; and Sisters Eve- :Mrs. Annie Dyers, Mr. and I:j
Order, Sunday afternoon,Sep- lina Williams and Delores Ha- :Mrs. Samuel Miller, Mr. and |'|: s And Referral BusinessMUNICIPAL
tember 1, In the Encore Roomof gins, newly appointed Worthy :Mrs. Freddie Lee, Mrs. Mary |
the DuPont Plaza Hotel.The Matrons of groups now being J Nellons, Mrs. Barbara |
affair will be held from 5:00 formed. J Bryant, Mrs. Marian Dorsey, AUTO SALIS AND SERVICE
until 8:00. The Grand Master Sunday's Soiree is Intended :Miss Josey Woods, Miss Ann .
and Grand Matron are proud to to be a period of relaxing and Woods. j FLORIDA'SAUTOMOBILE.
? announce that the affair will be fraternizing for Masons and Mrs. Runell R. Turner, Mr. I
highlighted by the presence of Stars as they continue their :Elmo Woods, Mr. Horace |
the Supreme Grand Master, campaign for membership t Culler, Mr. Joe Tolliert, Mc-I I
Lee F. Wooten,'who will also growth throughout Florida. :and Mrs. R. L. Grooms, Mr. SUPERMARKET!
i greet members and candidates The aim of Modern Free, :and Mrs.. E. R. Jones, Mr.and Every minute anda
Informally. The Supreme throughout its Jurisdiction AS ADVERTISED ON TELEVISION I
Grand Master will also dis- in the U.S. and abroad, Is to haIf. : someone THI CAR YOU sin TODAY
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be held in Raleigh North organized and functional I
program week AAMCO satisfies. itiort 500 CARS!
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On hand to greet Masons will Modern Free and Accepted coast to coast, ALWAYS HDNOREOS OF 1955's
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Worshipful Master of Sons of Classic Dec. 7 TRANSMISSIONS'IY.rM's
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Worshipful Master of House of Florida A&M University Rat- SAT. 8 TO NOON 3061 N.W. 36th St.

Progress Lodge #72; Brother tlers will play two classics in tt ECONOMY CORNER-3111 N.W. 36th STREET
Clyde Murray, ,Worshipful the State of Florida this fall. =1, .rl DOWNTOWN MIAMI
.M. TO 10 P.M.
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Master, St. Paul Lodge #74; The 36th annual Orange Blossom 64N.E..20THST.PHONE OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
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the stars will be Grand Secretary in Tampa November 30.
Glenda G. Harris, Grand The OBC will be played in $5HONDOWN: The Minl-Brule presents

Treasurer Orzella Ross; Sis- the spacious Grange Bowl Stadium .
ter Marie J. Alford, W. M., against anoutstanding the short payment book ."
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beencalled upon to commit itself bution. These include the
to a coordinated program"to The "Freedom Budget," Randolph Institute I i CHARLESROGERS
end the outrage of poverty Mr. Wilkins said considers to achle ve "
In America within a decade." resources, needs and priorities want" by 1975
and combines them into equitable I
This challenge was made program of implementation nation's projected AT PL 1-7502
here, August 22, by NAACP
which attention resources.
on public 1'
Executive Director Wil-
can be focused and BUY ON A
kins on behalf of the Leader
around which the necessary UP"n"U' ORGAN, SCOTT
ship Conference on Civil PIANO,
public support can be mobilized I
Rights before the convention'sresolutions ." "Any wtioro in STEREO OR ORCHESTRA
committee. you want to INSTRUMENTS.
Mr. Wllkins said that the TICKETS / I
Mr. Wilkins indicatedthat budget can be translated into
the "Freedom Budget for legislative terms by enactinga NO MOPE"
All Americans" Issued by theA. bill supplementing the Full I
Philip Randolph Instituteof Employment Act of 1946."We . " .
New York, provides the urge this convention" he added TtUftL BUQ n.." I
basis for attacking all the..major "to make enactment of "Your Neighborhood . .." .E..
causes of poverty unemployment such a bill its first domestic 4 S
Ag.nts"As < .. ,
and underemployment I
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28 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 30, 1968
s-- ". Joyce Tinker Wins 2 Gold
Arthur Ashe Is First
Spearing wat k........

Medals In Youth Games

' Negro. Tennis Champ
ST. LOUIS, Mo.. Joyce '
Tinker wa's a double 'winner u.

g BROOKLINE, Mass.-Ar-. Lutz, the 'gallery1 favorite and Alvin Brown long Jumped
thur Ashe fought off the title; :who will, celebrate' his 21st 22 feet, 3 3/4 inches Saturdayto
BY HARRY SPEAR hopes of ups.tartBob Lutz Sun::' birthday as'an unseeded entry 'lead Dade County performers -
day to become the first Negro' in the U.S.Open at Forest Hills in the United States Youth
ever to. win the U. S. Men's, first Games here.
DOLPHINS TOUGHEST TEST AGAINST COLTSThe Tennis Championship.The Thursday, grabbed the
25-year-oldArmyUeu- set in thepressurtzednational Joyce turned in a :24.8 time
Baltimore Colts, one of the truly great teams of pro- tenant crushed the young col- championship match and after for victory in the 220yarddash
fessional football, who have as their field director Quarterback legian's upset hopes, 4-6, 6- dropping the second set appeared for girls 15-under, and
Johnny Unitas one of the all-time greats, will provide the to be in charge with a
3, 8-10, 6-0, 6-4,in a two hour came back in the 100 with a
competition in the fourth pre-seasontestingoftheMiami Dol- and 39 minute battle before a 62-minute thirdsetvictory, winning :10.8 to record the f
and 2-1 lead. ,.
phins. gallery of 4,000 at Longwood a only double win of the meet. -r'
The game will be in the Orange Bowl, Saturday night and .1 .; '
Cricket Club. relent-
But Ash playing
Kickoff is set for 8:30 p.m., Eastern Daylight Time. Ashe also became the first less, almost ,faultless, tennis, Brown logged a career-best If,}' } . '0
After three outings Coach George Wilson's Dolphins are all for his medal in the boys .''
American to win the title since served aces under the gun and fjl/., ...,.. ; .. . !
even with the opposition--one win, one tie, and one loss, and 1955. put placements Inches Inside 14-under long Jump, while -
they are only two points andtwolast-secondfield goal misses The loss ended a Cinderel- the court lines for clutch Alvin Peacock finished secondin JOYCE'TUCKER
from being in the ranks of the undefeated.The la-styled tournament for Lutz, points while roaring to a 16- the 11-under long jump. was the highest finisher among
Colts, mentored by Don Shula, have a record befittingone who posted upset victoriesover minute, fourth-set victory teams competing for the first
of the giants of the game, three victories in four starts. Cliff Richey, Bob Hewitt that tied the match. Debra Dukes earned a gold year.
r, Miami opened the pre-season fireworks by coming from and Clark Graebner and join- medal in the 440 dash for girls The Dade entry basketball
behind to tie Buffalo, 28-28, and a missed 15-yeard field goalin ed with University of Southern Ashe broke Lutz' service in with a :58.6 clocking. lost, 55-54, to Boston in con-
the last 13 seconds cost them victory outright. Then in their California teammate Stan the first game of the final set Dade finished fourth behind solation semifinals. All of the
only contest this year against an NFL opponent, the Dolphins Smith to win the men's doubles to take complete and final New York, Detroit and Wash- Dade bowlers entered in finals
gained a rather convincing 23-7 triumph over the Philadelphia crown charge. ington in team standings and lost Saturday
Eagles. In their last outing, last Friday night, a missed 30-
yard field goal, in the last nine seconds, allowed Boston to
edge the Dolphins, 19-17.
Baltimore's triumphs have come at the expense of Oakland,
in the AFL (14-12),and the following pair of NFL opponents,
'Chicago(10-0)), and Washington ((15-13)).Their one loss was to
the Detroit Lions, 14-7.
Unitas, considered the greatest pro passer of all time, holds
Just about every career passing record in existence.In the past
12 years, he has completed the most passes(2,261), for the i

most yards (33,021 ), an d for the most touchdowns (252). ,11 Iw'A .r __
The Dolphins have been most exciting fourth quarter team. '

O f 68 points tallied, more than half,35,have come in the final ; rn ; .
period.In .
f _
the worrisome field goal department, however, the Dolphins -
have made only two of seven attempts. T
A statistician can point out how the Miami Dolphins shouldbe C.T
11 point favorites over the Baltimore Colts in their upcom- I

ing battle in the Orange Bowl. Earlier this season, the Buffalo __
Bills (AFL) edged the Detroit Lions, 139. Then Buffalo ti r$+ ',,.z r*
played a tie, 28-28 with Miami, and Detroit beat Baltimore


the Marlins have held your sports writer's predictions
up. As I always wrote in my column,you have to be present to
use your Judgement. This is what I have done all season, by
only missing a couple of games.Our hats off to Manager Harry -_ ,
Malmberg and his entire team for their great success. This isthe 1-
first time since 1952 Miami team has captured firstplace. -
It was done by the old sun sox, a Dodger farm team.
There is so much I can write about the Marlins but space does Pro football is exciting. It's a

not prevail,therefore I am going to inform you on coming at- man's game. And you have to be a
tractions. First of all,not to conflict with the Dolphins Satur- Come
'BIG BOY to play.
day night football game they have arranged a doubleheaderfor on
See for Saturday night
this coming Friday with Lakeland, first game 6:30: p.m. yourself
Their last game of the schedule will be Monday night with when the Miami Dolphins play the
West Palm Beach. Thursday night they play St. Pete. For an Baltimore Colts at 8:30 P.M. in the

added attraction Max Paxton, the clown prince of baseball, out andwatch Orange Bowl. It's the.AFL. versus the
will perform with his everlasting funny capers. Max alwayshas NFL for keeps.
the fans in stitches with laughter. Here are the playoff Season tickets for the Dolphins
dates. Whoever the Western Division champs are the Marlins
nine remaining home are still
will play away September 3. They return to the stadium, September the games
available $45 . and each
4-5 if necessary to play for the Governor's cup. at car
Outfielder Moe Hill belted his 11th home run of the year ries with it a priority for the Super
against Orlando, Friday night to set a new team record. The Bowl game. Buy them at Gate 14 of
old mark of ten was held by John Muston in 1963. the Orange Bowl or purchase single
Sorry to hear Sgt. Bill Ogle, who has charge of the police BIG BOYS game tickets for any Dolphins home
detail at the stadium entered Baptist Hospital. We all wish game.

him a speedy recovery. You'll enjoy watching the pros.

There's bruising action when the BIG
play BOYS play.
Jerry Isom,newly appointed track coach at Miami-Dade JunIor .
College South announced the signing of two former state SEE TWO GREAT QUARTERBACKS IN ACTION
high school champions Monday.
The recruits are highJumper British Tharpe and long Jumper MIAMI BALTIMORE
James Parmer, both Northwestern high graduates.Tharpewon N
the state high Jump last spring and has a career best of 6 DOLPHINS vs. COLTS (
feet, 6 inches
AFL NFL p: r

Boxing resumes after a one-week lay off and the Tuesday
night, Sept. 3 card will bring to town George Chuvalo, the 9-GAME SEASON TICKETS AVAILABLE @s45
Canadian heavyweight champion from Toronto. Chuvalo will BALTIMORE COLTS SAT. AUG. 31 8:30 P.M.
meet Miami heavy Levi Forte in the 10-round main bout.
The six-foot, 210pound Chuvalo will be boxing Forte to BOB ERIESE JOHN UNIUS
hopefully tune-up for a Sept. 26 engagement with Mexico'sManuel
Ramos, at Madison Square Garden. Assuming begets
by both Forte and Ramo the Canadian boxer will be gunningto KANSAS CITY CHIEFS SAT. SEPT. 28 8:00 P.M.
meet Jimmy Ellis, the present World Boxing Association BUFFALO BILLSCINCINNATI SAT. OCT. 12 8:00 P.M.
' champion. BENGALS SUN. NOV. 17 1.30 P.M.
Meeting champions is a game Chuvaloknows.He fought Ernie BOSTON PATRIOTS SUN. DEC. 8 KO P.M.
Terrell when the latter was WBA champion,went 15 rounds NEW YORK JETS SUN. DEC. 15 1:30 P.M. 4
with Cassius Clay(the only boxer togo the limit with Clay) and

.. went against Joe Frazier,the present heavyweight champion of 1)
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Counting his two victories in Canada this year,Chuvalo has SUPER BOWL TICKETS AMERICAN
won 46 career starts. Forte was last seenat the Beach Auditorium FOOTBALL
with a decision over the bard-hitting Tony Ventura. LEAGUE
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convene "Black Power: The Avenue Earl Edwards, Prop.SHADDIE'S Public Accountant
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from various parts of the day evening August 30. haven't registered pleas I! Martin W. Smithost
country and from all walks of Lerone come out and do so. S. L. McNEAL
and Bennett,Senior Edi- The FUNERAL HOMES Bookkeeping & Tax Service
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30 THE MIAMIITIMES Friday. Auaust 30. 1968

. B.T.W: Junior High Offers Many New Shop Cqurses j GRADUATION PICTURES MADE

Booker T. WashingtonJunior nate the course In general bits. ly. Except for the additions COME IN TODAY!
High School aschoolof shop. Messrs. Joseph: Mac- In addition to the regula noted, the faculty membership
innovation. Following a key and Lewis R. Blake will classes ((2) in special educa, remains the same as at the CAPS AND, GOWNS FURNISHED
summer of extensive and cost- continue craft emphasis._ tion, tvo'other:classes wll!I close of school
ly re-furbishing, painting and Machinery, tools and ma- be Included this year.Mrs,. Other innovations expected TASSELS-OF.ALL SCHOOL COLORSJohnson
repairing of the school build- Isabel Goerra and Miss Christina > unfold during theyearin-
terials for each of
ings; and,the renovation of one Alejandra will Join Mr,, elude additional visiting
students, September 3, with a courses have been provided Raphu Williams and Mrs,. teacher personnel to Join Mr. t i r
through state funds. The flexibility
new look. Clara Mathews for special 1]I Philip Cooper and Mrs. Mildred
From the beautification fund of the new programs is education teamwork. Johnson; and, extensive of Miami
designed to reach all students
donated by the 1967 graduating because Booker Joining the counseling staff,, psychological services made
senior class, the entire school WashingtonIs under the direction of Mrs. available to school personnel.
considered to be in the heart
patio and general school area of the Central Mayme E. Williams, will be s Principal Borota invites all
has been improved.Principal, and the Negro district; Mrs. Martha Dozier and Mrs,, parents and patrons of the
Nicholas H. Borota, has also power"which Martha Saconchik. Miss: community to take part in all 635-4748
is so essential for this 1186 HW 38th St.
announced a new program Christina Mark and Mrs,, school functions. He says
age student has to be unusually
scheduled for 180 9th grade Dorothy Reese also Join the! "better school planning makes
students. A combination work- good. faculty and will teach English i a better community; and,
experience, academic, prevocational The work-experience pro- and mathematics, respective- everyone must take part."
shop and vocational gram, coupled with the voca- I CARLTON REALTY
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4040 NW 181 TERRACE REALTY4f32 Good Return on Your

Gorgeous 3 bedroom, 2 bath., built-in stove and ,1

oven, extra large carport, carpeting prink I 1 I. r s, BROKER Investment

well and pump. FHA $800 down. NW 7th Ave.. ,,:'<:''lfI plus

.e : 1. OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 24 HOUR SERVICE PL 9-4371 : : Depreciation FactorFOR


,{:, specialize in homes for persons being displaced 16000 NW 27 Ave ,:,i
( In Urban Renewal area, Miami Housing ....'. APPOINTMENT WRITE BOX NO. 2

Proects.| Veterans call to see if you qualify r,' iL 624-3666 .. ,.t'd" MIAMI TIMES

Yo.',. only a phonecall away. ,:t.r.k/,{<. OpenEvenings. Sundays, s' "": 6530 NW 15th Avenue-Miami, Fla. 33147

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Scoutmaster Wild Plants I


Lee Afford, pest program. Mr. Honderadt has

15 WORDS OR LESS i1.50.:6C FOR rector U. S. Dept. of recently completed the national -
EACH ADDmONAL WORn i ture, Miami and Wood Badge course at
'FOR CLASSlFIED..AOUUEIDav'l. : D.. U.... ,. I of Troop 89, Bunche the Schiff Scout Reservation
iJi-- = .. ..JI in New ,
r.. .. speak and Jersey.
Edible Wild Plants He public is, cordially invited -
FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR RENT Florida at the to attend this outstanding

Latham Realty 2320 NW 96th Street Z bedroom apt. 696-9646. Scout roundtable, demonstration.
Opa-locka Duplex 2 Sept.: 3, 7:30( p.nh The
bedrooms each side, ...oiIItId!
$350 Down FHA tile roof, nice
very $18,000 HELP WANTED
$100 Down Vets total $800 down FHA, one side POLICY-
No closing cost. Don't wait, vacant for new owner,we have Secretary wanted position Rattlers

see this immaculate four bed key. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, Involves typing,filing post-
room, two bath CBS home with anytime 759-2425. ing. 5 day week. Apply Chris- Sales

awnings, fence, well, pump, tian Hospital, 4700 NW 32nd
sprinkler, large air condi- GRACE'S WAREHOUSE SALE Avenue 4p.m.Daily. Record ;

tioner, and carpeting. 5421 NW 2nd Avenue Phone 635-0961.

Latham Realty Sunday 1-5
14880 NW 27th Avenue Filing cabinets FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS TALLAHASSEE. -
$5, typewriters Niles, athletic .
681-6026 $5; folding beds $12; TV CLERK TYPIST ager at Florida AiM
45 wpm, previous office N.W. 7 ,Ave.
$5 $25 rocker
; $3tables, ity, reports that
BOiT. Can be seen at 1910 NW headboards experience required. Good
$2; chairs $1; sales for the FAMU PHOTOGRAPHY
starting Liberal
salary. fringe
82nd Street. vacuums $3; records players games may reach a
benefits. Minimum 22. .
$2; records 5ft dishwasher age this year. Hours ,
stove 1081 NW 61st St. $10; ironer $5;washing ma- Telephone 373-2553 for addi-
. .. . tional information. The !Rattlers
chine P.M.
7584164. $10 lawnmower 5 P.M. TO 7
; $ port ,
'" .. .. games at home this
able sewing machine $5 Ra-
1955 Olds, 4 door, automatic, tan ding set $10; books; 5ft Femal Secretary. Must type cluding three night
; 60 wpm, shorthand 80 wpm, Allen University on
andheatei50.Ca11JE I
brick-a-brac !
radio -
25ft jewelry 10 Only
good salary based on ability ber 28; Alabama All M ,
8-4953 after 6 shoes, dress, 25ft children
clothes 40 hours, 2 weeks vacation, on October; and
25ft men's suits
$2; free health, accident and life State
Hurry, Hurry, Hurry. Get a coats: $1; shirts 15$ shoes insurance. University on. ;
real bargain. Retiring. Jack'sGroceries 50ft drapes ApplyEO.P.I.,395 26.The SERVICE!
NW 1st St. This Is an equal only day home
Seafood, Beer & sheets, 50ft rugs $5,chest$5. opportunity employer. be homecoming ''ORGANIZATIONS'
Wine. 372 NW 14th Street.
3103 NW 157th St. Modern State University of
Insurance salesman. Full or Carolina on November
1 bedroom home renovated. bedroom 2 bath
CBS. Large
parttime. Be your own boss., home games will begin
Close-in. Right for middle age Fla. room, fenced yard, tile Career opportunity. Great fu- and Homecoming CIVIL SERVICE

couple. Total $5,000. $2,000 roof, hard-wood floors. Closeto ture. 754-5568. is 2 p.m. REQUIRED
down, $50 per month. Vicinity24th schools,shopping,bus.FHA
Avenue and 43rd Street price $15,800. $600 down. Assistant Manager Trainee. Ticket sales per $ Age 201/2-33.20/20

NW. 691-4668. $104.95. month. TUBIN,Real- Over 35. Sober, reliable, high' $3.50 or $14.00 for ht. 5'9", minimum wt.
tors. 7906 NW 7th Ave. Ph. school graduate. Will train. games. Season ", maximum wt. 230 Ibs.,

"NO QUALIFYING" 691-4785 McDonald's Hamburger Restaurant cost $12 providing a

2 bedroom, nice home, cleanin 3325 NW 79th Street.\ $2.00.
and out,easy down payment, LIVE RENT FREEMODERNCBS $488-$566. Age 19-50.One

near school, buses,etc.Ready Duplex. FHA price $12- CHILDCARE Individuals work including automotive
for immediate occupancy. 500. $400 down $83.55 month purchasing season -n''
Retired nurse will give should make all *
Drive by 2115 NW 56thStreet, Right near 17th Ave. TUBIN your
then call us, Fenster Realty, Realtors. 7906 NW 7th Ave. infants and toddlers tender able to Florida A&M $ Age 18-55. Two yrs.
loving care in her home.PL 8- sity Athletic
Broker 759-8779. Ph. 691-4785. ,
2900. S13)) A. S. Gaither, Athletic .

3 Koken Barber Chairs. Good DUPLEX-FHA-HOT DEAL tor, Florida A&M H29)I :$$422-$538.: 21- sJ
Best of care for infants and I, Tallahassee Fla.
condition. 691-9740. John's Large 2 bedroom, duplex with spraying, topping and re-
toddlers in home. 751- -
Barber Shop, 5952 NW 17thAv. screened-in porch tremen- 1954. my ,' ,
dous value, price $16,900.
FHA $500 down, no closingcosts $700 down payment,don't miss Age 21-55.Two yrs exp.
Infant in home.5
care my days
CBS duplex, 1 bedroom this one. Drive by 820 NW 60 m'a week. 633-4330. mm work Including automotive
each side. Live rent free.17th St. Then call Fenster Realty, esHERE'S

Avenue NW 44th St. Near bus Broker, 759-8779.
Infants and toddlers. Best of
.Age 21-50.One
and shopping. Call owner at yr.exp.
care in my home. P.L 8-9972.
HI 5-3524 before 5 p.m. "NO QUALIFYING" SERVICE or other related du-

3 bedroom CBS home in nice .
Mothers, mothers, if you are
Nice 2 bedroom home, porch, area, a real buy, good down looking for a clean home,good PROOF
city water, large lot. $200 payment with only$84 monthly food, experienced babysister, t $466-$566. Age 21-55.

down, $85 month pays all. No that includes everything,drive whom you can trust, call us. LIKE OUR Mechanic with auto

qualifying. Move right in.2018 by 1083 NW 76th St., then call Day 633-6607,Night 633-2002, dealerships, com-

NW 94th Street. 373-0854 or Fenster Realty, Broker, 759- 633-2732. Free pickup and delivery operators.
and customers !
665-5126. 8779. (indef) our
Age 17-55. 40 WPM.
CUSTOM BUILTDUPLEX FOR RENT Child day care in my home.
Luxurious CBS Duplex 2 bed- Your child will be given the
Room in private home for nice Call OX CITY HALL
room 1 bath Florida room on best of care Phone 759-8335.

each side air conditioner,spacious gentleman. 696-7192. (Indef.) through AVENUE Friday
large closets,
specially built for owner's 1 bedroom furnished apt. and ATTENTION

personal use.Excellent location rooms. To see call NE 5-4805. Registration now going on, at

FHA $1600 down. $147 Store 2967 NW 6211dSt.Zone' Randolph Kindergarten and'* COCA-COLA

month. Drive by 237577 NW B-3. $75 per month. Call at Nursery. Call for details.691- Bottling Co. \
95th Ter., Phone 666-0411 for 624-3829. First and last mon 7988 or 696-3248.From a.m. :,'; :
inspection. Atlantic and th's rent. until 9 p.m. Route SalesmanSalary

Pacific Realtors. (Ag. 30) (Aug. 30) tefclfaRluttbe

traIning well groaned high
Large 2 bedroom home, many Room in private home.Private juanitas Kindergarten is now 21 savings & loan teller.

extras t very clean, plus 2 entrance. Working lady pre- open for pick up and delivery said a resident or not ntetl arJ. Wo will
room apartment for income. ferred. Call 635-7626. service. For further informa- theCreaterMiaasI salary.xcellent bene- ,
Oily $1,500 down. Call 6816049. tion call OX 1-2350. Mrs.Jua- details about .dota

(Sep. 13) Furn. room in private home nita Jackson. Ares Times, 6530 NW 15th

for single man. 696-4058. MISCELLANEOUS A"1I11t person .
DON'T BUY just A HOUSE! 301 N.W.29th St.between .
Own 4- 68th Street.
a Duplex or Plex Room. 1430 NW
with Draperies taken down, and 3 p.m.Monday .
to make the pay .
cleaned decorator folded and HELP
Earn. kitchenette. $13.25 per Lustra-tone Drapery throughFriday
NEEDED! Modern 2 & 3-bed- operators. Good
or 63510'78.I
week. 633-3109 Service 887-8022. (indef)
room BEST I ,III" '''''
BUYS to show you. Excellent com

1749 PAN-AM REALTY Room for nice reliable man. "Single widows & Divorcees permanent job.
S.W. 8th St. 373-4716
In No
-. 691-4205. Ages 25-70 mornings.
-- Why Be Alone? HOME AWAY for Mr. Findley, Na-
Full 1621 NW 44th Street Room.iiiNW 51st Terrace. Let Mary McDonald introduceyou FROM HOME NW 1st Avenue.
carpeted 2 bedroom,plus to a nice person. Tourist

kitchen sleeping porch, remodeled a front room for working Elite Introduction Service Do you have a Mender

price$8500.only$300down woman. 4758 NW 21st Avenue. 621-2752 or 6210308We lavtivt visiting?
FHA, Vet's $100 $84.
a home for rent.
month pays all, we have key. *1 bedroom apartments. 1217 bujT scrap starters, batteries basis.private Alrcond., !/ T DRY HELP
A. Ben-Kori I generators,
Realtor anytime Miami ct.Callatter6p.m.| carpet, all utilities '
759-2425. NE brass and copper. Midas Including TV Good wages.
358-0633. Metals Co. 2770 NW 32nd Ave Phont. garage Paid vacation,
BUNCHE 3 Bedroom (Sept. 13)
PARK __.
CBS single person only. Shown by Appoint. [ bonus. Must be 18
utility, Large, garage fenced, :Private home. 634-Ol55or PL ]Mamma 1294 Belle NW Pig 62nd Pen St.Barbeque Part-- a.m. .to 5 p.lII. 691.5283 No phone calls

yard with sprinkler system. 1-0894. j|time, cook, 35 or over. From Even6 6.25Weekends Service. 1950 NW
FHA $450 down $99.77 month. ; ( ) Findley.
room for single i 6 a.m. to 12 p.m. Monday -
TUBIN Realors.7906 NW 7tb Nice clean :
Ave. ph. 691-4785. man. 691-9297.


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