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:/:I Ij New EOPI Plan To IID 'iigftJm



Control In NeighborhoodCitizen


Advisory Boards, This setup eliminates con- submitted for each area and
largely dominated by politi- trol of all services by centralized Mrs. Carl will hire one from
cians will lose their control of groups. Neighborhood each suggested group.
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Dade County's war on poverty center directors will have Those close to EOPI since
when a reorganization headedby somewhat less authority and its beginning says Mrs.Carl's r
j WILLIAM "BillY" ROLLE |f ii! Mrs. Marie Carl, new director Advisory Boards less Influence reorganization is the first
.. of the Economic As Mrs. Carl explainsin
Oppor- step toward a decentralizationof
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tunity Program, Inc., is bunched her initial step, "confusionwill the entire EOPI which its
;f t EDUCATOR MUSICIAN DEDICATED YOUTH WORKER tmti on September 15. be eliminated and there critics have sought for a long
l t J t 1 Eight' new area directors will be more flexibility in time.

rt 1: Many people talk about helping our community's youths, but few have 1:1I1:: 1j will established be named by under Mrs the Carl plan dealing ed problems.with poverty" and relat- "We have been criticizedfor

::::::::::: done more for them than William "Billy" Rolle. :$:::&:::::::: Area directors will report directly "The new design"said Mrs low poor level communications of citizen pu-ticl-anda
::::1:1:1::: Billy, 40, who was recently appointed Community Assistant to the District ::::::::::;:;=: to Mrs. Carl. Area directors Carl, "creates a frame work pation. The new setup is designed -
11 1I1 Superintendent of the South Central District, is probablybest known 1 1tJ: will supervise the for a viable program on a to meet these criti-
::::::::;::' for his fine work with IS-year-old Joyce Tinker. :;:::::;::::; work of neighborhood center neighborhood level." cisms," said Mrs. Carl.
m1m Joyce and Debra Dukes, 14, have been Gold Medalists in competition 1:111:1: managers and those in chargeof Citizen groups are now at Lines of control will reduce
:::::;:::::. in four National Track Meets this year Joyce has had a fine career, thanks ::::::::::::::::; youth, day care and medicals work selecting suggested area central staff responsibilities
111 11111 to the coaching and guidance of Billy Rolle. :t1111 1 programs. directors. List of three will be to planning, staff training and

::1:1:1:1::::: Soft-spoken Billy has mode a tremendous impact on the youth of our :1?1ti1: supplying Power and prestige technical in advise.direc-
=::::::::: community as a board member of the Coconut Grove Cares for Youth, Inc. ::::::::::::: Beach Junior Highs ting the poverty program will
:::1:1:1:1:1:::: as well as co-director of the Stars Over Miami Dance Band, which did such :jljij:::::*:::? .lntearate be given elevated balance of

::1:1:1:1::::: a fine gob -8;1::%::: Miami Beach's two Junior accept 165 seventh,eighth,and power and prestige with a
::::;::::::: He's also a member of the Florida Gold Coast AAU and coach for the :$:::$:::::::: highs have taken steps that its ninth graders. Seventyfivemore skilled executive always on
1 11111111 1 Run for Fun Tracie Club, which has been so successful instate and national :111::111111i:; new additions of Negro stu- will enroll at Nautilus duty and quickly available for
::1:1:1:1:1:1::::: competition. Joyce and Debra are Billy's latest products of Run for Fun. 11111111i1i:| : dents bussed from the city feel Junior High. guidance and consultationwhen

?i: t111 A native Miamian, Billy graduated from Florida A&M University and :j 1:1:1:1:1:1::|::|::|:: welcome.The students. have voluntarily relieve The transfers overcrowding were at made Drew to solution problems develops.in need of expert -

m 1 : is now doing graduate work at Florida Atlantic University. He is married;::1:1i;::;:::1: transferred from the and to integrate the Beach Politicians may not enjoy
!' ::1:1:1:1:1:::::, Frankie S. and they have three children, Melodic/ 9, Zachary, 8, and $&:11 all-black Drew Junior High. schools which have also experienced Mrs. Car I' s "taking com '
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::::::::::: William Jr.: 7.bus. $::::|:$:::: Ida M. Fisher Junior High will declining enroll- mand" but she feel and hopes
-_.._ -__ .- __ -.or ments in the past few years. that her long experience will

. t.\11M@ill\ :mm !m fi &W f liWiliij ml H tYili !i'if' I'f'The$' OCr MiQml'TlmeS'.i: itli! dp y represented The students on the t will u den be t 'prove in need its of worth>beIp,and Dada's help those poverty -

', [cpramunifylfn! 1w is a p'firfL,'councils of both schools. Fish Sufferers.She .
Driver Shot In Back celebrated itS dtb birthday 'j\ er left vacancies after learn- sees ,speedy, benefits to
Jast week -?-land We're.f, t ing the Drew students were the poor with area directorswith
.Jihtl'proud about it.,'' :"'* j coming. Nautilus plans to expand wide authority to' hear
Medical l Examiner SaysA i0Dur.lng. that 46 years its council. suggestions' and Complaints
serving the Dade County I Nautilus's history depart- always at hand, who after pro
Metro bus driver shot fired -- I don't know what he ge automatic shotgun and one ):'community, *re haVen't ment is going to organize a bi- per hearing'' of those in need,
in Liberty City by two was doing, I guess he was try- from a .38 caliber pistol. Dr. :I missed a single issue and racial club on Negro culture will call her into the picturefor
sheriffs deputies was shot in Ing to run," Johnson said. Davis, however, said he found "many people can say and bring the study of Negro top decisions
the back, according to the Deputies testified they fired evidence of only shotgun i I' that. We report on what's history into the curriculum. Thus, all:;;poverty services
county medical examiner. two shots, one from a 12 gau- wounds on William's body. happening in our commun- Fisher has arranged for will be brought together "un-
Johnnie Lee Williams, who ity, and talk about things school buses to remain late der one field commander,"as
died Aug. 13, was killed by a w-that we think you're interested three days a week aso the for Mrs. Carl view her responsibilities -
charge of buckshot fired at a \\2, in -- that's our Job as mer Drew students can participate to those she has taken
distance from 10 to 15 feet City May Begin Police !your community newspaper in an extensive intra- into her heart as her.life's and
which struck him in the lower mural sports program. duty's responsibility'
back and penetrated his chest. Foot PatrolMiami But-all of, this is due to j The library at both schools There is certain,criticism
He was hit by at least eight [)'ou.\,Because of the fine cooperation -, will remain open late. of Mrs. Carl's action expected
pellets. police will begin direct personal contact with .[ and help 1 you've, "People from the commun- from those who have found
Dade Medical Examiner Dr. walking the beat in October the citizens,' Reese told [given us through these"many ity have agreed to lead groupsin personal political profit from
Joseph Davis revealed the report if city commissioners approvethe commissioners.The years, we're proud to, art and drama,"said Fisher poverty programs in the past,
in testimony at an inquest major budget Improve- budget also ask for a ;say,"Tbank,You,"'Without, principal Martin Kavanaugh but she sees inevitable acceptance -
into William's death. ments recommended recentlyfor special purchase of 60 walkie- you, -it 'wouldn't have been whose school already houses a from the revised pro-
Justice of the Peace CharlesH. the police department.City talkie radios to let policemenleave ?,.possible! community school program. gram.
Snowden also heard from a their cars "so they can
ballistics expert and a witness Manager Melvin Reese personally acquaint them-
proposed adding an extra 34
to the shooting. He then recessed serlves with the neighborhoodand
uniformed officers to
police
for a week so that the the people living in the
the city's force, but only
remaining 11 witnesses could
neighborhood and still keep in
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testify without interruption. additional communication with the police
The eyewitness, Lonnie police cars. dispatcher," Reese added.
Carter Johnson, testified that "U the departmental budgetis A 15-per cent salary Increase x
he called deputies toanapartment adopted as proposed, ,the for the uniformed
cluster at NW 60th St.and city will be putting additional patrolman would increase a
27th Avenue after learning thata police officers on streets and starting policemen's pay from
friend had brought a sawed- in the neighborhoods and in $6,264 to $7,236.
off shotgun to an argumentover
a missing six dollars at Food Fair Center
a card game.Sheriff's. Keep OpenAN
department of- EDITORIAL
ficials said that deputies Though the summer has quickly drawn to a close and mostof
James Laurie, 28, and James our young people are back in school, we strongly recom-
Cribbs, 27,arrived and ordered mend that local community officials allow the Food Fair Happy
the men to freeze. Williams Miami Center to remain open throughout the school year.
Negro,whirled to face The center, which could serve as a recreation facility after U? f
the law men with a loaded shot- school, could be open daily from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. to give the 1
gun.Eyewitness youths of Liberty City much-needed recreational opportunities ) I41!} Jii i1
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Johnson disagreed right after school. .,I "
He maintained that he The Food Fair center could also serve as a study hall for Jl<.' ':
was standing between the two these same youths from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. daily. We feel this OUTSTANDING CITIZENS HONORED AT FAMU
deputies, both white; and Wil- would give the youths a quiet, comfortable and suitable atmosphere -
achievement awards five
Florida A&M University presented meritorious to out-
liams was un a r med both before for their development of proper study habits.
exercises at FAMU recently. Dr. 3. L. Perry '
,
standing citizens during commencement
and at the moment of the With the assistance of volunteer tutors from Miami-Dade
shooting.He Junior College, the University of Miami and Florida Memorial Jr., dean of administration at FAMU, presented the awards to (I l-r) Mrs. Aquilina C.
said another man stand- College, the center could serve as a major guidance complex. Howell, secondary supervisor of Leon County Schools,. Talahassee; Mrs. Maude K.
Ing a few feet away from Williams for our young people.It Reid, supervisor of home economics, Dade: County Public Schools, Miami; Charles
was holding a gun. would appear to us that Interested: concerned citizens 0. Perry, chairmon.of science department, Dunbar High. School, Washington, D. C;
most' ital role In assistIng Charles Mcintosh pediatrician, Jacksonville and Dr. Edwin S. Shirley, physician
"Johnnie whirled around, could then play an Important v .. - Dr. B.. ;
and that's when the officers our people in their educational development. and owner-director Floral Park Medical Center, Miami.

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Let's Create Black Nation In South ICRIrr ,


PHILADELPHIA--Creation workshop on blackindepen- meeting which ended Sunday. I, f fer
of a "separate, free,indepen- den c e, was announced at a Henry (Brother Gaidi), an
dent nation for black people'in news conference called by attorney, said the republic is
five southern states"by Milton Henry,first vice presi- the only "viable alternative'
arms if necessary" -- was a- dent of the Republic of New because the 10-year failure Q
dopted as an official re- Africa, founded this year at of nonviolence proves the
'commendation Sunday by one a meeting in Detroit. white majority in the U.S.does
workshop of the third national White reporters had been not want to change the status
Conference on Black Power. barred from all other news quo and cannot be made to do
conferences and activities of so by the black minority." /
The idea, submitted to a the four-day black power
Henry said creation of a '

separate government for ., pI V}
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Blacks blacks is an "alternative to __
Want Own Nation
I continued racial violence."He
said it would start with purchasing -
And Army land somewhere in

Mississippi on which to build a
PHILADELPHIA. The tne recommendations approved city for black people. It would
third national conference on at the close of the four- include encouraging Negroesto XGf

Black Power accepted a resolution day conference.The emigrate to Mississippi,
calling for the creationof delegates also said they Louisiana, Georgia, Alabama,
a "sepaate, free,indepen- no longer had any use for the and South Carolina to gain political a
dent nation for black people"in present political structure of control. 4
five southern states "by the United States and recom- .

arms if necessary." mended formation of a black A booklet, explaining the n

The resolution was one ofa political party.A founding of the republic, said _. ___n_ n'
number of proposals encompassing black national army was elections would be held ;
a wide range of views supported "for the defense" of "among ourselves . before Visiting Detroit teenager Sue Garcia had this feathered inhabitant of

approved by some 3,000 dele- the During black community.the conference the eyes of the world with Unit Miami's Tropical Paradise eating right out of her hand from its perch on JackWinter's
ed Nations observers to take
gates. three white city policemenwere our consent from the,govern- shoulder. Sue, one of a group of top chairmen from the Mayor's Com-

But conference officials suspended for allegedly ment of the United States and mittee to keep Detroit Beautiful, was joined by Sandy Miles, Debbie Isken,

said they were not necessarily shouting obscenities at delegates give that consent to the Repub- Melvin Webb, Olivia Nelson, Queen Reese, Greg Orta, chaperone Mrs. Doris
committed to carrying out bic of Africa."
Douglas, and Miami-Dade Junior College student Norman Frederick. Miami-

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I History Of Bethune-Cookman On TV SundayDaytona


Beach, FloridaDr. -- This Institution is a fully accredited members-53% with the earned

Richard V. Moore, Presi- college, with full Doctorate Degree.Dr. Florida Memorial Begin Classes Sept. 19 iA
dent of Bethune-Cookman membership in thehighestre- Moore states that Be-
lege, announces a 29 minutes gional accrediting agency and thuneCookman College has
film entitled, ROCK IN A the Florida State Departmentof come a long way during his three day orientation the Disadvantaged, U.S. Of- and new students takes placeon
meeting, Sept. 3 through 6,for fice of Education,Health,Edu- Sept. 17.
WEARY LAND, depicting the Education, offering 16 22years as President, but the
of the Folorlda cation and Welfare. Dr. Garth Actual instruction
the faculty new in clas-
philosophy and progress of majors In the 4 divisions,with challenge is the distance we
Bethune-Cookman College.The preprofessional training in have to go. Memorial College atthe cam will appear at 9 a.m., Sept. 6. ses will begin on Sept. 19 and

film will be viewed on Law, Dentistry, Nursing, Med The Administration wouldbe pus site, 15800 NW 42ndAve., Dormitory facilities for examinations for the first semester -
NBC Channel 7-WCKT TV- in cine and Medical Tech- most happy if you would will set the stage for over 1000 students will exist in tem- of the college in Dade
Miami, Sunday, September 8, nology. 1,200 students will enroll view this film and let them students who will commence porary housing trailer units County will take place Jan.23-
1:30 p.m. with 65 full-time faculty have your comments. classes on Sept. 19. until current construction is 29th.The
demand
Bethune Cookman Collegeis The announcement was completed in December of this registration
has become to that
the result of a merger of two Civil made by Dr. Royal W. Pur- year. However, students will severe the
Plans will
Florida institutions of Higher Rights Group year, president. arrive on campus, Sept. 11. classes college in this begin semester evening rather -
Education--the Cookman
Institute -
Jacksonville, Founded Black Miss America PageantATLANTIC Guest speaker at the faculty Orientation for students than in 1969 as was pre-
in 1872 by the Reverend meetings will be Dr. Reginia commences Sept: 12 and will viously planned. About 200 additional -
Garth assistant commissioner the 16th. students are expected #
continue through
D.N.B. Darnell Methodist black
a CITY, N.J.-In pageant is to provide
in the office of for in the evening
Minister, and the Daytona protest of the Miss America young ladies with an open and programs Registration for freshmen program.

Normal and Industrial School pageant, a civil rights group fair contest at which they will
for Girls, founded by the late says it will conduct a Black be Judged by black judges on
Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune in Miss America pageant here at the basis of their beauty,talent
1904, with 5 little girls, $1.50 the same time. and charm," Savage said in FOR THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMMODATIONSAT
and faith in God. In 1923,Cook- Phillip Savage, trl-state Philadelphia.Civil MODERATE RATES-CALL
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mal and Industrial School for test will be held Sept. 6- 8, charged the Miss America BONDED
Girls, forming what we now with finals in both pageants contest is "lilywhite"anddiscriminates
have as the Bethune-Cookman scheduled for Saturday night. against Ne-
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To Be Equal



Officei 6530 NW 15th Ave.. Miami, Fla. 33147-Phonei: 691.0421H. by Whitney M. Young Jr.
By Booker T. Hayes \ /'
E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher L- i Executive Director National Urban League
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor
STANLEY I, SWEETING, Theatrical Editor Police Brutality .

Notional I Advertising Representative If the Democratic Convention held in Chicago serves no other Black Business OwnershipMeasures

Amalgamated Publishers, 'Inca: purpose, it has established the fact that police brutality is a to bring about greater black economic power
310 Madison Avenue New York N. Y. 10017 way of life in these United States. The controversy over Chi- are
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association cago's police action will go on for some time, but even while being discussed by all major candidates this election year.
2400 S. Michigan Avenue, Chicago, III. 60616 the discussions are going on other isolated cases of brutalitywill Only one out of a thousand Negroes owns his own business.
with one out of forty whites. One of the
-- That compares most
SUBSCRIPTION RATES still be the order of the day.So many Americans became
candidates for office is to
ONE YEAR 55.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN J6.QO appalled by the actions plainly visible on national television, important tasks facing propose waysto
one would almost believe this type of conduct was something change these statistics.We .
Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 the Pos lots
at inci- need more black businessmen -- more.And to do it
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 rare. I have read any number of articles written on the
dent, but I found only one writer whose assessment of the we're going to need more imaginative programs to encourage
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"The black ownership of business.One .
NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead over-all concern compared with my own. difficulties face
when
Negroes
of the biggest
going into
the world from racial and national antagonism when it accordsto This writer placed the horror expressed by many of the
every man regardless of his creed or color his human viewers notinrthe fact that the police were brutal, but becausethe business is lack of capital. It takes money to lease a store,
and legal rights. Hating no rocel fearing no man..the Negro targets of the abuse represented some of the mast influential hire workers,buy supplies and set up shop.And the black com-
Press strives to help every man in the firm belief that all men often lacks those resources.
are hurt as long as anyone Is held back. families in America. These targets were not a segmentof munity
any minority, but a substantial cross-section of the ma- The obvious answer is to borrow money; from a bank the way
jority. The realization, that the discriminate action on the partof white businessmen do. But too many banks look upon Negroesas
ie !liditor's ntebooh the policemen makes all of us a potential recipient of such "poor risks." A determination reached more by the colorof

treatment has been the motivating force behind the protest. a man's skin than by any objective investigation.
All growth depends upon activity. There is no development Whatever the cause, lam sure the efforts of the Negro to focus Insurance is another problem. Most ghetto businessmen ..
physically or intellectually without effort,and effort means attention on this type of treatment will be greatly advanced.One white and black -- can't get coverage unless they are willing
work. Work is not a curse; it is the prerogative of intelligence, thing seemingly overlooked in the appraisal of police- and able to pay enormously high rates.

the only means to manhood, and the measure of_civilization. men, is that they are humans subject to the faults and failuresof And know-how is yet another problem. Black people have

Calvin Coolidge. all other humans. They are men, reared in most cases in been kept in the most menial jobs throughout our history. Whena
September brings the Miami Times another birthday;as we the society they are hired to protect. Few, apply for the job black youth managed to get into college, he stuck to "safe"
enter our 46th year we extend thanks and appreciation to our like the ministry or teaching. There-wasn't incentive
because of any previous ambition, it is usually a means toward positions any -
hundreds of readers in all parts of our country, and certainlyto an end. They accept this position with the knowledge that to think about career in business because there were

our advertisers, not forgetting our staff,and our many con- danger will be their constant companion. They accept the in- so few opportunities. So there are too few black citizens with
tributors to the columns of the Times. We have endeavored to and know-how which would allow them
the to
between spot against the misfits and society,and they declare training succeedin
bring you a worthwhile newspaper.Again we say thank you for themselves the front line of defense as their brothers keepers.We their own businesses.But .
the support you have given us. We look forward to a con- know all that is changed The is
many of our policemen do not look upon their occupation now. ghetto becoming more
tinuance
of the
same.THE in this manner.They look upon their work as a job comparable insistent that black people own and manage more of the busi-
ELECTIONYe to any other work.An eight hour grind that barely provides nesses in the ghetto. Fellows are coming out of the Army with
Editor did not attend the convention in Chicago, but he the necessities, much less the luxuries. Like any other skills in electronics and management and they want to put
was at the convention among the television spectators; he individual, the frustrations and anxieties in their everyday those skills to use for themselves.

really enjoyed it. lives will make itself evident in their performance of duty. Developing more black-owned businesses will give more
Pleasing to Ye Editor was the nomination of Vice President Few men are mentally equipped to handle the power of life people an important economic break,while creating jobs with-

Hubert H. Humphrey as Democratic candidate. He had chosen or death. Yet we as a society, delegate this previledge to any- in the black community.The .
this candidate and mentioned it in the Miami Times weeks be- one capable of passing the requirements becoming policeman. three big problems -- capital, Insurance, knowhowcan ..
fore the convention went to Chicago.He was pleased with Vice As a result, some officers temperamentally unfit to be licked with a little imagination and determination. Gov-

President Humphrey's acceptance speech, and he was also shoulder the burden of such a responsibility,have been literally ernment at all levels ought to dig in and solve them.A .
pleased with the choice of Senator Edmund Muskie as turned loose on society. With them they have brought their system of loan guarantees could make banks more willingto

Humphrey's running mate. petty grievances and dislikes, traditions and practices that lend money to ghetto businesses. So too could government
Of course the final battle comes in November when Vice are reflected in their thinking, and quite often their actions. policies to place their tax money only inbanks which have good

President Humphrey and Richard Nixon,Republican candidate Better qualified men are definitely required to help eliminatethis records of lending to ghetto businesses.
battle for the office of President. Ye Editor is still hopefulfor the individual will Under its head the
problem, but no matter how qualified we new Howard Samuels, Small Business
Hubert Humphrey's success. still have the human element to contend with.This is why next Administration has announced plans to make low-cost loans
History was made at the convention when the Rev. Channing to the physical fittness of the potential, policeman, the main available to entreprenuers who seem greater than average
Phillips of Washington, D.C. was nominated as favorite son concern should be the moral convictions of the man.The proper risks for a bank.
candidate for the office of President the first ballot and
on the public image of a policeman should be that of a referee. Banks also ought to have black representatives on their
name of 28 year old Julian Bond,Georgia State Representative, One whose knowledge of the law is unquestionable and whose boards and in policy-making jobs. They take deposits from
was placed in nomination for Vice President. Those two became
divisions will be based solely on the rules,with the necessary black people; they also ought to do something for the com.
the first Negroes so named. safeguards against human error. Only when justice becomes munity.

Charles Diggs Jr. of Michigan, a supporter of Vice Presi- blind as it should be, will we be able to determine the abilityof And some national corporations can foster ghetto busi-
dent Humphrey predicated the movement (Phillips as Negro the people to govern themselves. Only when the voice of the nesses. The Rochester Urban League is helping to establish
favorite son) would have effect the
no significant on convention. majority becomes the motivating force establishing the poli- black-owned camera repair businesses with the help of Kodak.
Phillips ran fourth behind Vice President
Humphrey,Governor cies behind our foriegn and domestic involvement will we be Franchisers --. national companies that lease their local oper-
McCarthy and Governor
McGovern. able to be Black and Proud, white and proud or Americanand ations to local businessmen -- ought to set aside a number in

BISHOP FITZPTRICKThe proud. each area for ghetto-dwellers and help them with the initial

Rev. John Fitzpatrick, former pastor of Corpus Christi! financing.The .
Catholic Church, Miami, was ordained to the Bishopric on insurance problem can be licked the same way, and es-
August 28 by Archbishop Coleman Carroll.The ceremony took PHIL OSSOFERSince tablishment of counseling services in management techniquescan
place at the Cathedral of St. Mary with 18 other bishops par easily take care of the know-how problem. A system of

ticipating. Msgr. Fitzpatrick will assist Archbishop Carroll as preferential contracting can help to put many struggling new
Auxiliary Bishop of the Miami Archdiocese. Twelve hundred we Americans think in known how to use them to our businesses on their feet by insuring markets for their goodsin
terms of business and profits, best advantage and for the goodof
distinguished clergy and laymen witnessed the ordination. those difficult early days.
I decided to check the Bible to all humanity besides.
It will take a lot of effortby private industry and the govern-
EDUCATION
BUDGET see where, with all the"do- God commands us to accept
ment but the is in and dignity.
Poverty funds for the year as provided in the budget for ings" (riots, crime, etc.,) we His Prophets when they ap- payoff jobs, self-respect,
central administration and operation of the nine neighborhood went wrong. I have come to the pear. In the 18th "Chapter of
centers is $1.8 million.Another$3.8 million is allocated Head- conclusion it is because we are Deuteronomy God speaks of Health Center

start and Day Care programs and their related medical seeking profits without first raising up a Prophet, saying,

services. seeking Prophets. Not that "And it shall come to pass, For Scott
The Heddstart< program pre-school education for about striving for profits is entirely that whosoever will not hear- HomesFinal

3,000 disadvantaged children. Day Care or child opportunity wrong, but we seem to forget ken unto My words which he details have been cleared on constructing a family
centers taken care of about 1,000 children of working mothers. there is the continuity of prophets shall speak in My Name, will health center in the James E. Scott homes in northwest Mi-

EPISCOPAL BISHOP DIES first and profits second, require it of him."And Christ ami. This is the first center to be established in the United
The Rt. Rev. Arthur C. Lichtenberger, retired presiding as indicated in Matthew 6:33: said, "it is written, manshallnot States where federal monies were used to rehabilitate existing
bishop of the Episcopal Church died at his summer home in "but seek ye first the Kingdomof live by bread alone, but by county property which will be leased for $1.00per year to

Vermont on September 3, at the age of 68. He served as God, and His righteousness, every word that proceedeth out Family Health, Incorporated, an arm of the EOF I.
presiding/for six years-then resigned because of poor and all these things (the ma- of the mouth of God." (Matt. A $5 million grant has been made to Family Health, Incor-
health. < Surviving is his wife and one child. terial needs) shall be added 4:4) His words are voiced by porated to opeate the facilities for a 5-year period. The cen-

unto you." His Prophets,the mouthpiecesof ter will provide complete family health services from infants

Urban Renewal The history of past civilizations God. to adults. The center will be open 6 days a week, 12 to 12
shows that we become Should these
"doings' of
hours each day. It is estimated that 10,000 persons per year
spiritually bankrupt becausewe today continue (and until
we can receive complete health services. The center is scheduled -
Takes ShapePlanning actually reject Prophets decide that Prophets before
come to be in operation by January 1, 1969. A second such centeris
for profits.We ignore the Pro- profits, they will con- now being planned.
is now complete for the second urban renewal pro- phet motive for the profit- tinue, and get worse,) no one

ject (R-16). Basic planning for the reuse of the area south of motive. Had we obeyed Christ, will prosper.The moral of this --------------------------
NW 14th Street, north of Flagler Street,east of NW 7th Avenue seeking first the Kingdom, we story is that if we remain ata i
and west of NW3rdAvenuehasbeencompleted. The proposalshave could have also obtained ma- loss for a Prophet, we will SUBSCRIPTION ORDER

been reviewed and approved by the residents during meet- terial gains, and would have soon be at a loss for a profit. Miami Times 1 1I

ings with Department staff. The next step involves a review I 6530 NW 15th Avenue

process before the HUD Advisory Board, City and County Ad- Miami Florida
visory Committees, City and County governing bodies. The low-income families. Instructions to Bidders have requestedthat 331117 I II
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Implementation of the envisions
plan a three-phase approachto
design consideration be given to allowing a physical arrangement
lessen the local financial burden. .capable of being sold to the tenant under the new- Enclosed please find the sum of $5.00to

Construction is expected to begin in November 1968 on the low-income ownership plan recently enacted in the 1968 Housing cover the cost of a one year subscriptionto
47 units of Section 221 (d) (3)) rent supplement housing in the Act. .
first renewal project (R-10). Construction is also expected the Miami Times. I II
begin soon thereafter on 100 units of low-income publichous receiving: I I

ing scheduled to be built north,of NW 20th Street, west 01 n w 17th Avenue in the firstrenewalprojectR-10)). The proposals Mail Paper To -
3rd Avenue, east of NW 4th Court and South of NW 22nd Street.
should allow the construction of a minimum of 500 units under I Address .___ I
Approximately 6.6 acres south of NW 17th St. in the first the Section 221 (d) ((3) moderate income program The possibility -
renewal project is now being advertised for sale. Proposalsare of the new rent supplement programs contained in the City. < 0f. Tip Cod.I k
to be submitted to be leased back to the Department for 1968 Housing Act will be explored. L-
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THE MIAMI TIME Friday I pjember, 6, 1968 5

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The Blacks At Chicago '

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U the treatment which black Americans received from the
Yf
Republican Party at Miami Beach Is.any reflection of their

standing In the society, then blacks can have no status and are ...
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of no consequence In the Americanpol1ticalprocess.Happily, ;" ( .,
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however, for the past half c entruy it is not the Republicans who "\.f
have reflected the true status and the real hopes of black
Americans but the Democrats.This 3 t rr \

was revealed once more by the Democratic Party con- \; ''1 J
vention Just ended in Chicago.Not only did that party set many ( "
precedents of which it can be proud and which stand as a chal- 'S< i .
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lenge to the other major party, but it also gave a strong en- J,/: << 1'\'J:\(
dorsement to the Negro's aspiration to political power and Influence I
in America.To .
begin with, the Chicago convention saw the largest par-
ticipation of Negro delegates in the history of these events. A r.194
For the first time In a major convention,the name of a black tl $)
man, the Rev. Channing Philips of the District of Columbia, 5c
was put Into nomination for the Presidency of the United States. d
For the first time, black and white Americans joined together J 1/.9
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in proposing a black Southerner,Julian Bond, as a can- .
didate for the Vice Presidential nomination e"r.f
The racist power of the Mississippi Democratic Party was t,
broken when an integrated delegation from that State chal-
lenged and unseated the regular segregationists. .U
Under the leadership of Julian Bond, an integrated group of } '
loyal Democratic dissidents challenged Lester Maddox and \
managed to win half the seats of the regular Georgia delega-

tion.And 'J
three of the finest seconding speeches for Vice

President Humphrey, Senator Eugene McCarthy, and Senator
McGovern -- were delivered by Mayor Carl Stokes,Julian
Bond, and Mayor Richard Hatcher. -
It is true that this was symbolic but it is nevertheless an
"" 1'1( I Ml' I ( ( 1"\ fIlit
encouraging harbinger of the future. LET'S''LW
What happened in Chicago comes at the end of what has been OPPORTUNITY() () I-J egn 1Services

a very significant two years in black American political ac- TALK BBWH B IMfAMBI
tivity. There was the election of Mayor Carl Stokes in Cleve-
fJ
land and of Richard Hatcher in Gary, Indiana. There is the dpoLr r S
growing registration and participation of black voters in BY Leo Adderly,
Southern politics. There is the increasing number of Negroes BY NORMAN E. JON Center Attorney
being elected to state and local offices in the South and other -
urban centers in the North. And when all of this is taken together THE CREDENTIALS FIGHT AT THE DEMO CONVENTIONThere
SERVICE WARRANTIESMore
It describes the great strides that blackAmericans are

making towards greater and greater political power in the was something heroic about the crednetials fight in and more manufactures, wholesalers and retailers I,
United States. Chicago of black and white men and women fighting together, are dangling some type of service warranty before buyers to 'M
Further, it demonstrates how important it is for Negroesto in defiance of tradition, in defiance of odds, indefiance of rig- lure them into purchasing their product. "
continue to work within, rather than out of, the national ged election laws In defiance of the "political structure" in This type of warranty was first used by the automobile Industry '
political process; for it is only by playing their full part in their home towns in defiance of the "entrenched national to boost new automobile sales. It is now a standard
American politics that they can make their presence felt, their party machinery.' part of virtually every sales contractfrom transistor radiosto

power real, and their needs met. There must have been many, many persons still living who home appliances to automobiles.
The Republicans have not in recent times offered Negroesany said to themselves as they saw a black man leading the dele- The warranty anxiously announces "parts replaced free"
of these opportunities or hopes. Once again, their expres- gation from Mississippi on the convention floor in Chicago during the warranty period. The unassuming buyer assumes i
sion of concern for the Negro in the coming elections came in having won his fight completely that the regular Mississippi that if anything goes wrong with the product, while the warranty I
the form of a call for law and order and a silence on the question delegation did not even come to Chicago, "I could have been is in effect,he will be protected.He is wrong, as the repairman -
of justice for the oppressed. Black Americans would standing there had I had the courage." usually Informs him. These warranties cover free replacement -
therefore seem to have no choice but to vote in November for There must have been many, many still living who seeing the parts only, and not the repair man's labor.This is a
the party which demonstrates a concern for their just social young man from Georgia fighting for his loyalist delegationfrom very important distinction. Because, usually, the replacement
and economic asplratiois, and which gives them an increasing Georgia to seat on the convention floor and then after part cost only a few cents; but the repairman's labor usually
opportunity to engage in political activity, wield political influence winning his fight for equal representation, mounted the podiumto cost hundreds of times more. For example, most television ,t
and achieve legitimate political power. second the nomination of a certain loser.. tubes, with the exception of the picture tube, cost only a few

Accordin g to the rules of the Democratic Party there is a cents to replace. However, the average repair bill for the replaced -
bonus number of delegates given a state which went into the part and labor is between$7.50 and$10.00. On the sur-
FLORIDA VOTERS LEAGUE TO POLL Democratic column the past presidential election. All of face this does not seem to be too expensive. But the fact is
those bonus that no product is repair-free. And,the more a product is used -
delegates was earned by the Negro voters of
DELEGATES ON VI ET NAM WAR-CIVIL the the will ha veto shell
Florida more likely owner out for repairs.
yet none were given by the Democratic hierarchy of
Moreover, if a television buyer has to shell out $7.50 to $10.00
Florida and
DISORDERS ; worse still we Negroes in Florida had no champion -
AND OTHER CAMPAIGN ISSUES to fight for these seats. three or four times a year the television industry has made a
nice profit off of their "warranty."
TAMPA. (Special Report) A new feature will be introducedat U you remember the Democratic Party won FlorIda's: electoral Because of loud public criticism, in some places on this
the fall convention of the Florida Voters League in Tampa, votes by some 45,000 votes, yet the Negro bloc vote con- score, retailers and regional service stations of manufacturesare
September 28-29, in an attempt to broaden the base of expres- tributed some 250,000 to the Democratic column,simple arithmetic encouraging customers to buy service contracts.Service
sion of public opinion by Negroes on pertinent questions, in should tell you, who deserved, who earned"all" of the contracts are not a part of the manufacturer's"service war-
order to reflect a more accurate view of the Negro thoughtand bonus. votes in the Florida delegation,if not the entire delegation ranty." Basically, they are a type of insurance to protect you

opinion. in case anything goes wrong with the product during the war-
Delegates to the voters league convention work on the pre- We remember in this column and in the news section of all ranty period. In short, they provide the buyer protection, for
cinct level and the very nature of their interests requires them the Negro newspapers in the state our pleading with the Ne- an additional cost, which the service warranty presumes to
seek out and to the of the groes in Florida to file for an unpledged slate on the may pri- .
both to respond opinions Negro mas- give free but does not to foot the repair bill.
ses, "In-depth" in order to be more effective in their political mary ballot. We remember addressing a large group In Jacksonville Not too many of us like to shop with the idea that future
of the leaders" in the state urging themto
top "Negro
activities. problems are going to develop.We like the pleasure that a new
They are in daily communication with every facet of the Ne- organize this unpledged slate. We remember addressing a buy will bring, and don't like to think of unpleasant eventualities. -
gro community in registration and voter education efforts and large and politically influential group in Orlando,we remem- .
since "numbers of votes" and not"qual ber a sending out over a hundred letters to this effect to "Ne-
"politics" requires Be a smart shopper and go to several different places be-
ity of votes," they must of necessity continuously probe deeply gro leaders" all over the state. fore you decide to buy. Check each place for service policies

into the "in-depth' Negro communities for mass opinion. We distinctly remember not receiving a single answer.Cer- offered on their products, as well as, for cost of the product,
This will be the first organized tabulated effort to includethe tainly there must be many, many"red' blackfaces in Florida. and other features. Smart buyers get the best buys.
"grass roots Negro" for his expression on the pertinent
Issues as heretofore all expressions from the Negro commun-
ity has come from a telephone call to a very, very limited "Negro I
leadership oligarchy whose authority and opinions are I Model Cities Seek To Identify Problems Of Area I
small
"artificially created" and responsive only to a mostly .
organized articulate rather than to the Negro masses. .
group,
i, On the other hand effective leadership in politics is very On August 4, more than 8,000 residents went to the pools Dade County has been selected as one of five cities throughout -
and elected a Governing Board composed of residents of the the United States to
develop a prototype informational
their to know and sys-
fluid and is directly dependent on ability respond -
to the opinions of the masses. Model Cities area. A series of orientation meetings are cur- tem for the Model Cities Program.The Federal Department of
rently being held by the Governing Board.The next step of activities HUD has contracted with UrbanSystems-PlannlngAssociates
, Negro delegates and alternates in attendance at the Demo-
! cratic Convention are being invited to make their report to will be to begin the planning process by identifying the to work with the Model Cities staff in developing such a sys-
) the convention to bring firsthand information to the electorate problems now existing in the Model Cities area. tem. Work will begin in Dade County on September 3. 1968. .
Department staff recently spent time with representatives
',! in the state they ostensibly represented.unsucessful.canidates for from Kaiser Industries. The Federal Department of HUD has The United Fund of Greater Miami and the Urban League
officials and
I All Negro elected asked Kaiser Industries to begin the construction of experimental have both assigned full-time employees to the Model Cities
)I/ public office will join panel discussions bringing information low-income housing in 20 cities throughout the United Program. The employees are physically located In the ,Model
! and inspiration to the assembly and to others who might aspire States by March, 1969.Dade County is now being considered to Cities office and have made substantial contributions to the t
:, to more actively patlcipate in the Democratic process
be one of the 2 0 cities selected. program.Bayard .
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6 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday September 6, 1968 '-- ----..

McKeever Smith (teacher at Drew)enter* ?G'to Marcia ; nco cd

home on his birthday, Tuesday .Happy b*
the
Mingo who will celebrate her first on Sept. 6. Marcia is
tWr f(
daughter of Osborn and Carolyn Mingo.
I
:!IIo celebrating the birth of a son, ei9ludIJCIJ
Jerome and Merle Powell are
Y Jerome Wendell n. The Powells became parents on August A..1
BY CLARKE LITTLES -
.=-f 29, at Mt. Sinai Hospital.
Editor
Miami Times Society REDDING
motoredto BY PRISCILLA
Mrs. Emily Phillips i and daughter, WilenaSmithi
celebrated Labor with Imaginable variety husband and father L "-
J.I1amaJ1s Day every Brunswick, Ga. for the funeral of their
of entertainment; beach parties, fishing, cook-outs, and Capon Phillips who died August 31. Mr and Mrs. Johnny'Passmore of 11501 Lincoln Blvd., areaI
family get-to-gethers. Now it's back to school and back to summer with their was the area in which the Lawn of the Month for August was

business. Do hope your week-end was an enjoyable one.Beatrice Roderick and Zachary Smith spent the Nashville . but sister chosen. Area II will be judged In September.
F. Sturgies has returned to Chicago after a visit grandmother, Mrs.LUzetta Blackwell,
and of Mrs. Dorothy Shinholster are
with Mrs.Ruth Adams Houseguest Mrs. Annie
with ber parents Mr. and Mrs. Gary Bell. Wansetta vacationed in Atlanta
Shinholster Rufus
Lewis mother of Mrs. LewisbrotherandMr. ( )
from her home was due to other relatives. ,
Lee absence
Christa Cooper's
and Mrs. Washington and son (aunt and uncle).
the death of her mother in Cocoa. Sgt. Richard Miller Hickam Air Force Base, Hawaii, returns The sewing classes began its fall term at the Richmond

Eunice Hogan jetted to Chicago with grandmother, Mrs. to duty after attending his mother's funeral and greeting Heights Jr. High School, Sept. 4, 710 p.m. Please come out
Osceola B. Hogan to visit relatives and friends for two weeks. in at ((7 lbs. 2 oz)
his first born, Teri, Lynette, who weighed on Wednesday evening and register for the sewing class. For
their first Kevin
Woodrow and Bernice Greene are coddling ,
at North Miami General, August 27, Mother ntionette Tynes further information phone Mrs. Clara Brooks, at 235-0240.
Woodrow, who made his debut August 29, at 8 Ibs. 9 oz. Congratulations -
Miller and daughter are doing fine. The Trustee Board of Second Baptist Church is sponsoringa

Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Taylor and daughter, Althoria of Pal- Carnival, Saturday, September 28, from 12 noon til 6 p.m.
tickets can be purchased from Mrs. Vivian
Brownsvil Advance Green
of
WEDDING BELLES metto are the guests of the Lucious Crawfords ,
Juanita Louise Nairn and Lional Lotmore were married Margaret Davis and sons, Keith and Mark are moving to 235-7577 or Mrs. Alma Keener 238-5290 or Mrs. Susan

Sunday, September 1, in Mt Tabor Baptist Church.The bride, Miami from Jamaica, Longisland. Margaret will be working at Wright, 235-8771. for $1.00.Come out and have a bundle of

daughter of Mrs. Sadie Nairn and the late Bishop Daniel M. Southern Bell. fun.

Nairn 1427 NW 69th Terrace. The bridegroom is the son of and Relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Greene and Dr. and Mrs.
and Dollie Ashe
Mr. and Mrs. Emmitt Lotmore, Nassau. After wedding trip Here from Los Angeles are Bertram Herbert Greene, who visited this summer were Robin, Walter,
their stay
to the Caribbean the couple will live in Nassau. their children Thelma, Dwen, and David Jr.During Michael, Yolanda, and Jacquelyn Miller of Columbus,Ohioand
Nancy Elaine Kelly and LevonTomasSimms were married they spent one week in Key West before joining the Ashes Mrs. Aldora Taylor of Tuskegee, Alabama.
(Leonard and Rosina) on a cruise on the S. S. Bahama Star to
Saturday in Bethel AME Church, Hialeah. The bride is the Adrian and Chranda, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Ervin

daughter of Mr. Charltoo Von Kelly,7072 NW29th Avenue and Nassau. Wright of (Madison Street) spent the summer with grandparents

the late Mrs. Jimmie Lee Jones.The bridegroom is the son of in Alabama.
Circle calendars The Church of the Incarnation's Episcopal -
your ;
Mr. and Mrs.Clifford Smith,Ft Myers.After touring Florida, Church Women will present itsannualStates' Tea, Sun- Congratulations to Mrs. E. L. Redding and Mr. Emanuel

the couple will live in Ft. Myers. day, October 13, Mrs. Ethel Sweet is chairman. Fryar who completed their workthis summer for the degree of
Barbara Ann Fairfax and Leonard Coakley were mar-
Audley
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority presents Ebony Fashion Fair master of education. Mrs. E. L. Redding received her M. Ed.
ried in Church Coconut
Saturday St. Mary's Baptist Grove. Freedom 1968." from Boston University Boston Mass. Mr. Fryar receivedhis
on Sunday, October 27. Its theme,"Fashion ,
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Northern.The .
Dade County Auditorium.Mr. M. Ed. from Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton.
bridegroom is the son of Mr., and Mrs. Robert Coakley,
Houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald D. Pratt(Miriam) of
Grand Bahama. The couple will live in Miami. and Mrs.Charles(Reba Lockhart)Smallwood and children -
13930 Monroe St. are Miss Dianne Dean, Mrs. Louise Dean
Vacationeers Jerome Hicks of New York is visiting his Sheila and Leon were among those on tour from Washington -
and Mrs. Rosa Lee Rahming from Nassau.
uncle, Rev and Mrs.Fred.Hicks of Brownsville . Marcia D. C. The group sailed to San Juan, Puerto Rico, St.

McCoy and daughter, Sherrilyn are visiting her parents, Mr. Thomas, Virgin Islands and Nassau, Bahamas. Reba is the Visiting Mr. and Mrs. James Marshall of 13900 HarrisonSt.

and Mrs. J. Hartman Taylor...Branville (Bob) Roberts, New daughter of Mrs. Louise Adderly. ., for the entire summer was her mother Mrs. Allene Glover

York City and Cyril Roberts, Youngstown Ohio are visiting Invitations are in the mail for the wedding reception of from Bainbridge, Ga. During her stay here. Mrs.Glover un-

their mother, Mrs. Henrietta Sweeting. . Vacationing with Frances Lightsey's daughter, Sharon and Mr. MauriceJ.Wal- derwent surgery at Baptist Hospital.She wishes to express her

relatives in New York, Philadelphia were Naomi G. Butler and lace on Saturday, September 14, at 7 p.m. appreciation to everyone for their kindness during her illness.

Lunette Grant. . Eric Russell of Nassau is the houseguest Also as houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall and familywas
KORA NEIGHBORHOOD MEETING All adult volunteersare
of Mrs. Janis Russell. . Here from Albany, Ga. were Mr. to attend the Izora : her sister Mrs. Betty Jean Miller, who is a teacher in
urged Neighborhood meeting, Monday,
and Mrs. Leroy Cain and children Leroy Jr. and Osceolaand
Island New York.Also
Long visiting was her father Rev. Randolph
September 9, at 7:30 p.m. at Primary C., 756 NW 67th Street.
and
Gladstone
Mr. Mrs. Storr.
All to send Glover of Bainbridge, Georgia, also Mr. and Mrs. John
troops are urged representatives.All
Here from Oakland, California is Cynthia Bryan Walker fora Trotman from Dothan Alabama.Mrs.
.
members of Girl ,
Scout Troops who meetat the Church
visit with ber grandmother, Mrs. Teresa Bryan 1755 NW of the Incarnation 1849 Marshall and son Vaughn went to Georgia two weeks
parish Hall, NW 54th St. and all girls
67th Street her and
parents other relatives.Get .
to attend the
funeral of her
who Interested in Brownies ago grandmother Mrs. Elizabeth
are becoming Juniors or Ca-
well wishes to Mrs. Rosetta Jackson who is recuperating Glover.
at home after a heart attack sent ber to Jackson for three dettes are invited to attend our first meeting after the sum-
mer, Saturday, September 7, at 11 a.m. Continued on page 10
weeks . Charlotte Ellison of Hialeah Hospital. . Mrs.,
Olive B. Taylor at bome..William Hanna at home after eye
surgery. SUNLIGHT BEAUTY CLUB'S -, :

Leo Blatch is down from Washington, D. C. visiting family CHATTERTo ' 1
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and friends. ;,\,
Mrs. Mattie M. Buck of Philadelphia, Pa. is visiting Mrs. be black is Beautiful,but t
Evelyn Souter and Mrs. Deloris Chavis. let us also have pride.

Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Johnson will motor to Daytona Beach on There's much excitement c

Friday with their son Miles to begin his college career at around th e school as seniors

Bethune-C 00 k ma n College, where be received a music pr epare themselves for the 4 s ru

scholarship. He is a'68 graduate of Northwestern Afterwardsmom Sept. Board. Congratulations \

and dad will take a short vacation, visiting relatives in are in order for Mrs. Kellom

Brunswick and Thomasville, Georgia. and Miss B. Stanley, who passed I! i

Former Miamian Atty. Edwin Davis and Ethel Perkins of with flying colors. I' ' L

Selma, Ala. were married August 24 in .Montgomery The c lob had its regular k !

Motoring up to Montgomery to attend the wedding were Edwin's Fashion Hour Friday with

dad, Ben Davis and his brothers, Herbert and Leroy. students showing off hairstyles )ti

Enjoying the foreign flair of Nassau for her vacation was for the campus crowd. i

Martha Williams of Coconut Grove. Every month someone walks .

Mrs. Harry (Marie) Waldman has been elected National away with the trophy for best I f I

Commander of the Women's Auxiliary of the Disabled American hair stylist of the month.More

Veterans. She is the first Floridian to hold the office. about our club's.activities nest ...""'I'

Naomi Bain and daughter, Edricka have returned to Boston. week. W. A. Everette, president -

While in the city, many courtesies were extended them. Among Barbara Woods, reporter. -

those hosting events were Florence Taylor, Doris SUva, .

Elouise and James Farrington, Esmey Bains (Ruby), Leotha
Sweeting and the squid McDonalds.

Houseguesting with Margaret Brown 269 NE 8th St. are -

Willie and Delores Douglas of Philadelphia... David Headingof .'
Detroit is a guest of Jimmie and Dorothy Cooper. !, : ,


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Mirror, Mirror, on the Wall, who is the fairest of them all? Those who display
that fabulous Lory's look, of course!
Shown here checking on her fabulous/ Lory's Look is Lovely Norma Lawrence

N while petite Renee Kelly awaits her turn for the mirror to tell her how beautifulshe
looks in her fabulous Lory's fashion.

These and many other fabulous/ fashions by Lory's may be seen Sunday
September 8 from ;
4 to 6 p.m. at a Fashion show for the benefit of Emanuel

Church of God in Christ, t3WM 174th Street, Carol City. Donation is .41.00

J: And still/ more of that Fabulous Look by Lory's will be shown Sunday, September ,;-

<\.,;,. ;" '" John Baptist*, from Church 4 to 6 PVaf Johnson? a Fashion! Show, the Matrons of St.
Hall on the church grounds Donation is$1.00.
- PINCKNEYSgt. Mrs. Ethel J. Johnson attended All Fashions
are being furnished
Store by Lory's (Edison Center; and AssIstant
the Imperial Court of Manager Dee Dee Lawrence is
serving as coorc/inofor
Franklin Pinckney was awarded the Purple Heart in the AEAO Nobles of the Mys- In addition to the fashions show above line

ceremonies Friday, August 30, at Ft. Gordon, Ga. He was tic Shine and its jurisdictionin of glamourous Fashions aI/occasions/ at Lory's you'll(Edison always Center find a),complete teenage and

wounded in Vietnam, June 2. Sgt. Pinckney is the son of Mr. Milwaukee, Wisconsin on adult fashion center of South Florida.

and Mrs. Augustus (Mildred) Pinckey, 8940 NW 17th Avenue, the occasion of the 75th Anni-

Miami. versary, Mrs. Ethel T. Johnson Sizes 3-21)

Thomas Miller and his three daughters, Eleysea,Sooya and past Ill Commandressalso OPEN 9 TO 9IORU'S
Reneka vacationed in Saginaw, Michigan. the Imperial Deputy of the

e After two years in India; with the Peace Corp, Oscar Ed- Oasis of Kazah Court, also

\wards, Jr. is at home with his parents, Oscar and Dorothy Ed- Mrs. B. Louise Rolle,past Dl. )

wards of Brownsville.It Commandress, W. M. Classle 4 (!}(!)
was family reunion time for Jimmie and Dorothy Cooper, Porter, Mt. Sinai Chapter who LI\

Saturday, August 31.Relatives came from Detroit, Ft. Lauder- attended international confer t

dale, Hollywood, Pompon, C lewis ton and West Palm Beach ence. They enjoyed the activi- LORY'S FASHION
for the annual affair. ties very much. Thousands of SHOPS EVERYWHERE!

The Miami Herald employees staged a beach party at Vir- delegates and visitors attended. 6112 Nw lth AVENUE ( EDISON CENTER)

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THE MIAMI TIM*, riJay, September 6, 1968Celdutie 7

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TALLAHASSEE. Florida honor FA MU awards They are 1
A&M University confered 234 Mrs. Aquilina C. Howell, tal- ,

degrees during the summer lahassee; Dr. Charles McIntosh .

commencement exercises Jacksonville; Charles O. 1

scheduled for 6:00 p.m. herein Perry, Washington, D. C.; Dr. ,.;
j
Lee Hall Auditorium, Fri- Edwin S. Shirley and Mrs. LINOTYPEBy
day, August 23. Onehundredand Maude K. Reid, both of Miami. Stanley(Sweets) Sweeting

twelve students received Persons receive commissions Miami Times Theatrical Editor

bachelor degrees and another as second lieutenantsin THE LITTLE RED BOOK: To those of you who might have
122 will receive master of the United States Army are missed the following editorial printed in the Miami Herald's

education degrees. George Drumming, Philadelphia 2'i.I 1l.:: August 19 Issue we bring it to you again:; .....

Dr. Hugh Gloster,presidentof pa.; Donald Magee, Havana ,, ." . Under the heading STOP LOOTERS, NOT
Morehouse College, At- ; and Clyde Smith, Bald- t LIFE here 'tiz: "If a policeman shoots a

lanta, Georgia, will speak on win. .;: "" looter he has taken upon himself the task of
"The Message of Martin Lu- Persons from this area receiving j ., Judging, convicting must be prevented or
,
ther King, Jr., and its Rele- master degrees are: stopped but with non-deadly techniques. Ina
for College Graduates Carl Hanna, Crandell McLeod,
vancy : riot situation mistakes are easy. It Is a natural -
Today." and Bennie L. Thomas all of "
I ya r protective instinct to run as violence
Five graduates of Florida Opa-locka.: Marian M. Dean, develops. The Innocent and the guilty may

A&M will receive the coveted Hazel M. Robinson,Warren T. look alike. It is no time to make snap judg-
"Meritorious Achievement Lowe, Jean C, Morley, Wal- ments which could take a human life."

Award" which is the highest lace Chester, all of Miami. .\f' ''' j "U. S.Attorney. General Ramsey Clark warns that such sum-

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#. mary shooting of looters or rioters could lead to guerrilla
;.,.. .
Former 'f" warfare between Negroes and whites In the cities. Mr Clark
Mays High
Principal ,. : points out that no other nation in the world has sanctioned
I t summary execution for criminals apparently caught in the act.

Takes Leave ;, t..J It Is difficult to reconcile the ideals of our nation with such

action. The problem for the United States is the establishment

Mr. Earl A. Wells, former High School and Northwestern eke 1a/I&/ yhei of peace In our cities, not creating new divisions with new vio-

principal of Mays High School, Senior High School, where he lence and new hatreds. Mr. Clark asks a pertinent question:

will leave this week for Nash- was assistant principal for Silva AiUUUU4Mf/l "How many dead 12-year-olds will it take for us to learn this

ville, Tennessee,where he has curriculum. simple lesson"NOTES

been accepted for PostGraduate Accompanying him to Nashville On Sunday, August 25th at orchid. The groom was hand-
study at George Peabody will be his wife, Eursla, 4 o'clock., William and Al- somely attired in a silver for- ON A NAPKIN: Ex-City of Miami patrolman Eddie
College for Teachers.The who will also do postgraduate bertha Ruff of Opa-locka renewed mal jacket] and tuxedo trous- Mitchell has switched from his duties as Housing Manager to

leave of absence,which study. the marriage vows that ers. Community Organizer with the Model Cities program.. The
includes a Sabbatical, is for Joined them together twenty- Included In the wedding Woodrow(Bernice) Greenes named him Kevin Woodrow after

one year, and will cover the r : five years ago. The ceremonytook party were: Mrs. Vivilora his Cedars of Lebanon arrival last week at 8 Ibs 9 ozs . .
; They Kept Their Titles James Lucas Sr is Senior Warden and
period from September 1968 to place amidst a beautiful Green who served as matronof :
Anthony Simons Jr is Junior Warden at The Church of The
June 1969. setting of soft light candles on honor, wore a pink laced
Mr. Wells, a native Mi- floral pedestal bedecked by dress with white accessories.Mr. Transfiguration . Shifting in 2nd Gear: William B. (Moon)

amian, is a graduate of Booker love birds looking down on the Roosevelt Green gave the Haley from Division of Mechanics and Shop at Booker T. Wash-

T. Washington High School, lovely couple in their beauti- bride away. Mr. Herbert R. ington to Carol City senior high.

and received his undergraduate ful decorated living room of Smith Sr. served as best man.
and graduate training at their palatial home. Joycelyn and Robert Jones Jr. SALT WATER TAFFY: Mrs Maud Andrews of Grenada, BWI

Tennessee State Universityand The Rev. Luther Lee elo- the niece and nephew of the vacations here with daughter andsoninlawthe Maxwell Augustin -

the University of Illinois. quently officiated in conduct- happy couple served as flower (Cardine) Bedeaus. She's grandmommy of Mesdames Cecil

Before coming to Mays High ing the ceremony. The bride girl and ring bearer.After the (Rae) Phillips, Kenneth(Molly) O'Brian, PhiUpGloria) McKay I
and Miss June Aird of NYC who represent a total of six great-
receivingline ,
a graceful
School in 1963, Mr. Wells had was a vision of loveliness in ceremony
grandarlings . Rose Williams was so thrilled with Nassau
held positions on the staff of her silver metallic mat'lasse was formed. The guests
offered congratulations and and its hospitality during her recent visit (her third) that she
Southern University, Baton ''t' short length gown accented by
plans a too-soon hop back to the Island for Plans
Rouge, Louisiana; Dorsey Jr. silver accessories and a white best wishes to the bride and -- keeps.
... groom. Mrs.. Eolyn Jones>directed living there with her two kiddies Renee' and Vincent.

the ceremony assistedby
her husband Mr. Robert THE WEEK'S WASH: Tongues are wagging that the mergerat

Jones Sr. Music was furnishedby Mount Tabor last Sabbath that sealed a local pretty and a
Rhonda andBroderickJones. Bahamian laddie might be annulled when the bride discoversthat
:BTT R D I N JfP lS Solos were sung by her "husbeen" is already attached to No. 1 and three

Charles Fortson. children on the island. Electrician George Ingraham (not

Receiving and opening the George Engram, the electrician of Daytona Beach)has had his

many beautiful and useful gifts third stroke -- the latter that catapulted into a brain hemor-

were: Mrs. Cynthia Hawkins, rhage last November. Visiting George and his fraulein Helen

Catherine Singletary, Cherry for 10 days is Clara Veneable from Magnolia,N.J. . EOPFs

Moss, Leola Brison, Cora N. A. Taylor of Frontiers International and a goodlookingbabe
Brown, and Ruth Wilcox. meeting Seaboard Coast Lines' Silver Meteor last Satur-

Caring for the guest book day.
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were: Cassandra Smith and
Vanessa Jones. STUFF AND SUCH: Since the recent Liberty City riot, local

1 '. '1 The hostesses were: Mrs. gendarmes (some incog) are "covering" every public meeting
'" '. ." Ruth Sands, Mrs. Lillie M<,\e social gathering,convention, entertainment, etc,that assemblein

; :,: :, Wallace, Mrs. Geneva Collie! the Black Belt -- as a precautionary measure against up-
.' Mrs. Doretha Barnes, Mrs. heavals . Didyousendyour'get well' card to Harry Pinck-

:;: '. : Hattie Ruff, Mrs. George ney at Christian Memorial?? ?A nicer guy you won't find anyplace
\ rF Maxwell, Miss Muriel Wallace . The Double S Family (Dolly, Gayle and Ivern) back

Mrs. Ernestine Lowry, home last Saturday from a five-weeks vacation to New York
and Mrs. Amelia Bellamy. City. . Delores Forbes back ather clerical duties at North
Travel Bureau after three-days' illness
The hosts:; were: James

I> Singletary, Edward Hawkins,
I' 'rY James Wallace, Joe Brown, SWEETS' TREATS: Brooklyn's Priscilla Maddox has a new
'f7P' Vincent Smith, IsraelBrinson '68 Mustang to go with the new'68 home she recently purchased -

Joseph Wilcox, James in surburban B'klyn where she'll reside later this mbnth

Walker, Norval Ruff, Herbert . Mrs Charles (Mary) Hudson back from a week's Harlem
vacation .A tamily reunion and cook-out on Labor Day dur-
Smith, Jr.;Herbert Turnquist,
and Elwyn Barnes. ing their annual visit down from New York and Ohio, respec-
tively, found Brenville and Cyril with their mother Mrs Hen-
The r e were 275 local and
rietta Sweeting at the home of grand-daughter Anna-Grace
out-of-town guest in atten-
Sweeting . Ruth N. Polite has a boudoir and parlor that are
dance at the reception following -
second to none In Seplaville.CONFIDENTIALLY .
the ceremony.A .
delicious menu consistingof
YOURS: The NationalAllianceof Postal
a champagne punch, relish
dish and Federal Employees ended its five-day meet here at the
roast Vermont turkey
with Beach's Eden Roc hotel. .A post season tour to Nassau via
cranberry sauce, baked
plane and cruise ship on Aug.23 found two elated groups head-
Virginia ham with crab apples,
ed for the fabulous Emerald Beach hotel on West Bay street
Boston baked beans, old fash-
ioned southern potato salad, . Edward Hannah and his local chapter hosted the contin-

sliced smoked tongue, toss gent during its Florida stay with North Travel Bureau In

salad and assorted mixed breads charge of reservation and transportation arrangements .
special 299 also many fine drinks. Former Miami Times news carrier Leroy Mucherson is nowa

commercial artist,illustrator and Grayshirt designer of lay-
The wedding cake decorations -
outs . He recently graduated from the Burnley School of
,food arrangements and
Professional Art In Seattle, Wash.Congrats]III I I That's it bro-
delectable taste were the
KICKY INDOOR/OUTDOOR SLIPPERS works of an artist. Everyone ther, from your one-man-newspaper, who knows everybodyand
w.3tw enjoyed the everybody's racket, but who Is allways giving some poor ,
delightful food.
New fall leather-looks low sucker a breakl ,
COM AT $4-$5. at a ,
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bellamywere ..
low price. Buckled antique patent: grey, brown, ./ the caterers for the oc-

beige. Multi 'gator petals on beige, gold, green, casion. OUR CLASSIFIED ADS
orange. Vinyl. SMMLLXL hosiery, :' ; : .,' Willie and Bert went all the
; way In celebrating their anni-
all 7 ';. "
Burdine's stores.
'.. versary. Here's wishing the
I : love birds 25 more years of BRING RESULTS I
Come in or call 373.1111
happy marriage life.

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Motown Songwriters Sued
Now
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For $4 MillionDETROIT

693-4211 J
-- The billion issuing Its top>>trio of songwriters The term Is described In _
dollar socad of the J&otonbas for that amount in the suit. as "tte beoindtie
heard a discordant: note that Wayne County Circuit Court scenes force Cut is re- YOU DON'T KILL FOR WOMEN,YOU DON'T KILL FOR

may be worth $4 million. Motown: says Edward Holland sponsfcle for the skyrocketing
The Motown, : Record Corp., Lament Dozier and Brian of The Supremes to their position DIAMONDS, YOU KILL BECAUSE YOU'RE PAID FOR IT!
which is responsible for the Holland have -otter ly failed to as one of the top female
force of crack mercenaries fight
A strike
pop music hits that put Detroit deliver any musical compositions vocal groups in the vorM.
on the airwaves over the nation since late 1967." The company: has lost at "* the hottest battles in all the blazing fury
least$ fee writers' alleged failure to A '' T

meet the terms of their cco-

Round AboutTalk I tract, the suit said. ir "$ rr s, .

GillespieIn / '

ConcertAs yc ;Nt T

BY JIMMY "SCOOP" BETHEL the moon fills the! Miami
'" sky this Sunday Sept. 8,at toe ) .
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NOTES ON MY DESK: Pretty Diana Tyler(former North Miami riDe Stadium, Dizzy
Dade De'ker) headed for Wilberforce University Ohio . Gillespie and his quintet fea-
Doctor John Wells of Akron Ohio and his new bride(Miami's taring James Moody, will be i

own) Kathleen Basden Moss still honeymoon lovers. Mrs. beard in concert. .
Ola Allen Kelly's niece, pretty Dorothy Allen(pst June grad Along win "Diz the Miami +f ,
Alstar Fire with Ira SuI- s -
Jazz
from Miami Edison High)aims for Miami Junior College
. .. Johnny Burke popular Gen. Manager of"Mary Elizabeth linn and Charlie Austin, will
Hotel" a cool: personality. .Pretty twin models, teen, Shirlyn blend their mas kal talents and
and Shirley Mosely double sight . Louise Wise and Rudolph combine eleven horns betweenthe
married under the August two men, an oabelievable
Williams (Cleo Williams son)
moon . Cbel'JUBenDettback in Miami to stay. (Don't amt:: of musical talent.
dig New' York anymore) . New Yorker, Pauline Smith talking Adding to a creative even-
Miami while ing the vocal find of the year
abort the wonderful time she had in visiting
daughter Mrs. James Mioter. (Staretha) . A salute to Sandra will display her
work with the talents for all to tear. As an
for his
Scoot-master Japtras Fincher great Boy
. that Melrose extra added must, the avant
Scout Troop No. 40 Cute Dorothy Sampson(
Elem. School teacher)and Samuel Futcfa(Willie Futeh's: boy) garde a truly emotional treat
a beautiful August couple... .,Raleigh and Diane Flowers" son, will be presented for the first :
time in concert.
born July 14, now six-weeks old.
Alan Rock of WAJA TV's
stock market observer show i
and China Vales of WMBM (/j

Radio, two stalwarts of Jazz
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in Miami, will host this pro x t
gram. Showtime is set for 8:30

p.m. METRO-GOIDWYN.MAYER Presents

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SPOTLIGHT ON THE ROBERT LEE BROWNS:Mr.and Mrs.
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Bobby Brown(She's the former Barbara JeanellCoe of Eliza-
bethtown N. C.) Hails from Trenton,NJ.,resides at 817 East : LIB
State Street, the proud parents of two children,Bobby Jr. two I 3//(00(0" l
years and a daughter Jenine, four months old.Bobby and Bar- SThANDAJLtTHEAr .:F CITY
bara like "Rock and Roll" musk. Their favorite singers are DOUBLE ACTION
James Brown and Aretha Franklin. Songs, "I Can't Stand My- L!.?!AL RT i gb '' lc0tOLsGPfpJ4DU

self" and "The House that Jack Built." They recently celebrated .2 attrssFS lw> IN nip GET OUT of THEIR WAY
fourth anniversary at the Bristol Terrace nite Club' "'"
in Bristol, Pa.... Notables at their table were Chris Bethel and ...-.. ...IF YOU CAN!
pretty Jean Burnette The Browns are leaving fcr a vacation CODY _can take
in Elizabethtown, North Carolina with her mother Mrs. his cycle i MAMA-the

Flossie Coe.TEEN Part'f! property of

a town in
TALK AND SOUL MUSIC SURVEY: Jackie: Robinson, ; ( atlbut God
hours.
Jr. back In Circuit Court, Monday: again on"Mora Is and gun TT help ant
charges." He'was arrested with an alleged prostitute In aStanford outsiderrr .

Conn. Hotel Friday. The youth boy Robmson, Jr was
already on probation: from a dope charge.Baseball great Jackie
Robinson Sr. (Bklyn Dodgers fame) Moved his family to the
Higher class sections of Conn.(Garden State). . Bat now be
knows; that, yon can run,but you can't bide. Somewhere along r
the way, be did something wrong . "Four Tops" No. 1 bit
"Yesterday's Dream" dedicated to pretty model Jennifer
Palmer. . To Cathy Hinscn(Allapattah: Jr. High) ifs Archie "
Bell's, "I Can't Stop Dancing" . (Motown) Gordy's No. 1 .meauc;
singing group "The Four Tops" and "U I Was A Carpenter 'THE witoairsas'

dedicated to "Cbickte, Barbara A. Sutherland" . .(Jerry v -' ..-.. IOGER CORMAN sE ,
Sutherland's lit girl) . (Marvin Gaye and Tammie Terrell) < -
CHINA
VALLES AND
all star hit, "You're All I Need To Get By" a dedication to ALAN ROCK i
Sgt. George Mobley and Laverne Reed of Delray Beach . .. PRESENTS FOR YOUR PLEASURE i: D LSANGELS
"Mr. Soul" James Brown and his newest tone, "Say tt Loud- .
SUNDAY SEPT. .. 1968
Fm Black and I'm Proud," to pretty Miss Alfredo Robinson .
(a Lory model) . We are all cheering for Gordon Johnson MIAMI MARINE STADIUM i 1
(of model city) and whish him much success . .Around .
Carol City 11T foxes. ..To Janice Lee, Ifs The Marvellettes : DIZZY GILLESPIE :
t
"When You're Young and In Love" . Cheryl McKinney RECOMMENDED FOR MATURE AUDIENCES
(Earth Angel) it's Clarence Carter's "Slip Away." Time and : WITH JAMES MOODY IN CONCERT t JHI IIIIlJ IItSY .AMJIC.tJIlRillNATION.IJ.PCTUII[
tide waits for no man. C-U-NX-WK. : CASAHTESJIUMSFMM.FANAVisiOr.coLOSow )

.: PLUS-IRA SULUVAN. CHARLIE AUSTIN. THE :: I.9VElYSORTDfDEATH ', _

Pappa's Got A New Bag! : VOICE OF TOMORROW. : *Z.Aifaifl I lanes H.NidMhM $
'Rocr Cormaa's reduction d
: EXTRA ADDED THE AVANT GUARD. :

DO YOU LIKE XE1U COLD? Tickets $2.50, $3 JO, $4.50 Moil Order Box 548_ .
Oj.i Bronck, Mioai 33143. Discount Records 1364 1p
N.E. 163rd St.. Boolwor., 269 Miracle Mile. HoWe of : x

: .Jt"., 323 Hollywood Moll, Soul City Sou.ds. 1040 ..

MUSICANA BAR .. NW 54tk St., Words & M3k, 20255 S. Dixie Hwy., ..
Rflicker
Lounge Bite. Bird at 103rd St., Music PSYCHEDELIC COLOR y; RECOMMENOEODER
500 N.W. 54th Street Makers Nortiiside Shopping Ceater. .. UDIL ESE
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THE MIAMI TIMES- Friday, September 6, 1968 9

,- Voter Registration Locations f

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:I I Iljj Effective September 9,1968 Neal's Supermarket, 4825 NW
through October 5, 1968 the 27th Avenue; St. John's Baptist
l following offices will be open Church, Johnson Hall,
e I lI lI A Mondays, Wednesdays, Fri- 1328 NW Third Ave.; Grand
'. ,.. ..", days and Saturdays from Ave. Barber Shop, 3741 Grand
I I ':t :.;;:?;;ii.: .': 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesdays Avenue, Coconut Grove, Fla.;
A A and Thursdays from 9 a.m. to Ocean View Post Office, 445-
V I BY DAVE BONDU 9 p.m. 40th St., Miami Beach; Olympia -
l Main office: Justice Build Heights Post Office, 3901
------ -- ing, 1351 NW 12th St. SW 99th Ave; West MiamlCfty
By ELVIN DEAN, Guest Columnist 4 Hialeah City Hall, 501 Palm Hall, 901 SW 62nd Ave.; Lib-

Beloved Brothers and Sisters of Miami, I would like to express Avenue. erty City Community Bldg.,
an opinion on the root cause of the Black Man problemsin airy North Miami City Hall, 776 6303 NW 14th Avenue.
America, and his bitterness.The x7f J A N NE 125th Street. Section South of Southwest
root of the problem is clearly stated in the Monahan North Miami Beach City 71st Street. South Miami Fire
which Hall 17001 NE 19th Avenue. Station, 6130 Sunset Drive
report says and I quote- "Theso-call American Negrois 3 3S ;
caught in a vicious cycle of slavery. A Democratic systemof Miami BeachCityHa11,1130 Perrine Post Office,1 perrine
American slavery which was the most awful the world has Washington Avenue. Avenue; Kendall Post Office,
ever known.A merlean slavery was profoundly different,and its Coral Gables City Hall, 401 8181 SW 117t h St.; Burdines
lasting effects on Black men, women and children,was inde- Biltmore Way.In Department Store, 7303 Dade-
scribably worse than any recorded slavery,ancient or modern addition to the above, the land Mall; Homestead Fire
slavery" (unquote.) It was the worst, because inAmerica the following offices will be open Station, 325 NW2ndSt.BILOSupermarket
poor so- Negro had no protection from organized from September 9 though Sep 21657 South
society. He was never recognized as a human being and is still tember 21, 1968 as follows: Dixie Highway, Cutler Ridge
not recognized as a human being today.Even the religious Institutions Mondays, Wednesdays, Fri- Shopping Center, Community
days and Saturdays, 9 a.m. to Center Building, 20239 South
did not recognize the so-call Negro human bein He
cold not worship in Christianity when he first came to beau- 5 p.m. Tuesdays and Thurs- Dixie Highway
tiful America. Because the white Christian slave master didn't days, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. If you have any questions,
Miss Louise Powell of Section North of Northeastand do not hesitate to phone 377-
believe that a Christian could be enslaved. Janice is a recent graduate
Slavery was not a new thing,but American slavery was new Tennessee A.&l. State University, Nashville, Tenn., NW 79th Street: Opa-locka, 7501.
and unique. What made it so different was;the Slaves (the so- where she received the Bachelor of Science degree in City Hall, 777 Sharazad Ave.;
call Negro), was made totally ignorant of and completely cut elementary education. She is the daughter of Mr. and Northside ShoppingCenter, SEWING MACHINE
off from his past. Mrs. Richard H. Powell who resides at 1840 NW 62nd 7900 NW 27th Ave.; Surfslde SPECIAL

He was cut off from his nationality, culture, language, flag, Terrace. Miss Powell has joined the faculty at Lillie C. Chamber of Commerce, 222 3 DAYS ONLY
and religion. He didn't know his name, because it was taken Evans elementary school. 95th Street; 1st Baptist Churchof
from him He (so-call Negro) was completely brain washed. Bunche Park, 15700 NW 22
W*will deal
All the knowledge of himself was removed from his brain by Avenue; Miami Shores Village eil and adjust
the white Christian slave maker. ledge of self is the greatest motive and Incentive to learning. Hall, 10050 NE 2nd Avenue; my sewing gf!
The slave-maker forbid the slave to learn to read and vrite When he learns this lesson will patronize Black businesses Burdines Dept. Store (West- mictimi f..
by law. The slave-makerforbidtheAmericanso-callNegro to he will respect and protect his women- he will have a sense land), 1777 W 49th St.,Hialeah. girdltssofift or condition
practice any religion until after be had been in America ((1555- of pride and dignity-be will build his own economic bases. He Section Between North 79th
1700) 145 years, and when he(the slave)was allowed he had to will be proud he is BLACK and will Unite. He will be concerned St. and Southwest 71st Street. CALL
have the white mans permission.He could never meet with his and conscious of hisBrothers and Sisters throughout the Shell's City,5941 NW7th Ave.; 685-1564
fellows, for religion or any other purposes,except in the pres- community and the world.In James E. Scott Community
ence of the slavemaker. conclusion let us acknowledge this fact that for the so- Building, 7200 NW 22nd. Ave.; .
In this slavery our beautiful Black women were made into call Negro to have survived in Democratic America at all, is a*' w jr "- "- - - - -
public whores and bed wenches for the Christian slave mas- a miracle -. a lesser people might have died out as others Our
ter's pleasure and to produce more slaves. Our handsome have. To survive the American system of slavery shows without Three Sisters ConvenientSpecials i
Black men were turned into studs (Animals) by the white a shadow of a doubt,that he is the strongest man and wisest
Christian slave-maker, and made to have relationship with man on earth. Uyawo'ondUse
Bock School'
fo
black women to produce black children who were made slaves. We say we live through our seeds, so I think our congratu Charg-ir FlaPlans
The poor slave worked all day and night for little or no pay lations and support should go to the BBFPA (Black Brothers !
on the plantations and farms. The poor so-call American Ne- For Progress of America)who are our seeds,our youth in t)
gro was ill-housed, improperly clothed and fed the worse food community. Willie Sims, co-chairman; Horace Robert
and left overs from Boss (Slave-master). The slaves were chairman; and Ben West. They have done a"very fine job in
beaten, lynched, hung on trees like apples and oranges i drag expressing our .needs'to the city and cdunty fathers. Lotus '
ged through the streets shot down in cold blood burned to support our seeds(Youth). SHIFTS"Values
the stakes branded like animals nailed to the side of barn-

doors by his ears black men castrated-their organs stuffedin "......................." ..,.........,.....................................n.........-...... 294
their mouths pregnant women mutilated bodies ripped to 5.99
open and unborned babies forced out their wombs. All of this mm HT BEAT
was usually done in front of the rest of the slaves to Instill fear Included are lined Jerseys, Ottotuclcs
In the slaves so that they would be made to obey the white Sizes 10 to 18 14ft to 24V
Christian slave master. He (so-called American Negrohad
no family life. His wife,this was the woman that the slave- Clyde & Frank
master permitted him to live with, could violated and even 5,000 DressesOn
sold. This was not what slavery meant throughout the world, PRESENTAN
this was American slavery the worse slavery in all the an- ALL STAR SHOW
nals of history. Sale '
This slavery made the so-call Negroes hate self, hate his FRIDAY SATURDAY & SUN SEPT. 6-3 .
kinky hair- his thick lips and his broad nose. He was taught 20 fo 50% Off '
that if you are light and almost white, you are alright; if you ,
are yellow you are mellow; if you are brown stick around; Regular Price/
but if you are Black-get back.So he wanted to be light and he
hated black and supported white.This is why Negro will walk {
ALL SUMMER AND EARLY FALL DRESSES
by a Black business to go to a White business or a Chinese
ONE TWO & 3 PC. STYLES ALL IN NEW
business. This so-call Negro no hope for the future. This is ,
not, I repeat, what slavery meant in the Ancient World, in Me- COTTONS, DACRONR( ) POLYESTER &
dieval and Modern Europe,or in Brazil and in the West Indies. COTTONS, ARNEL(R >, JERSEYS.
The slavery system in America completely destroyed the so-

call Negro mentally, spiritually, and almost physically. All 3.99 Dresses NOW 300

In essence, the root cause of the so-call Negro problemand 'I .. r ..
bitterness is that 413 years of injustices have brought r.Ji:" .
about deep structual and mental distortions In bis life. This All NOW 400
Democratic system of slavery cannowprepetuate itself with 5.99/6.99
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Della
out assistance from white America. The white man can sit Little Beaver :
back well done(by slavery) and to the so-
after
a job very say H u m h r "Do It to Me One More Time"
500
call Negro (his made slave) pull yourself up by your boot- p ey All 8.99 Dresses NOW
straps. If this is true how does this system work with the mas- .
ter. Well today, 1968, it is the Slave (the American so-call WEDNESDAY NIGHT i
middle class Negro); the learned and the educated from among All 10.99 Dresses NOW 6"
the so-call middle class; and the Black Christian Preacher, r LADIES NIGHT
.
who teaches the rest of the people the so-call Negro lies. .: ...
Telling them that progress is being made,and thinking that
they(the middle class Negro) is secured. :. THURSDAY NIGHT All 12.99 to 14.99 NOW 800
This is the biggest lie ever told. How can you be secured i ij
AMATEUR NIGHT
when the master controls the food, shelter, and clothing
Where is the progress when a people namely the so-call Ne- All 17.99 & Up NOW10+
gro does not provide the essential of life for himself and his
people which is food, shelter, and clothing.
What must be done to break this cycle of slavery. First the j COMING ATTRACTION '
truth must be taughtto the so-call Negro.So-called Negro, be- # Eddie Floyd $ Hurry for Best Selection
cause he is not a Negro-he is not colored he is not Africanby SEPT. 12
( name.) The English names he wears are n this real r i
names, be must give them up. Christianity which is the en
FRANK WILLIAMS ROCKETEERS
slaver of the so-call Negro is not his religion. It is the mala i ,
vehicle used by the Christian slave master to enslave the Black i FEATURING Three Sisters
man in America. The American culture is not bis. He is the
Asiatic Black Man. He must know this,be is first, and he will LITTLE BEAVER & LOUIS HOWARD
be the last he was the beginning and be will be the ending.He 2
SHOWSNIGHTLY
must be taught this, he must teach this, be must honor and 118 E. Flagler Street
respect this. Until be understands this, their will be no unity BOBBY MARSHALL, M.C. r

among Black people in America.He N.W. 6th ST. & 3rd 3-3381
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HappeningBy I Mr. Walters who is
nized as the Wig King of

I ami is slated to
Garth C. Reeves Jr. G
Cocktail
special benefit
aT 1 and Dance for the Fv

It's funny how black kids are condemned because of the way I Tacolcy Youth Center of
they supposedly carry themselves in public. I'm speaking of ami, the show entitled: "

places like the movies, stadium games and so forth, wherewe i; Evening with the stars" is
usually get our reputations. be held at the Famous

I wonder if the white adults ever wonder about the way their tinental Club, 6000 NW

kids act in public. It seems that when these kids do bad thingsin Ave., Sunday, Sept. 8
public, their adults take the attitude that boys will be boysor to 9 p.m.and will feature
they're only kids. of the nation's leading
Well, a small majority of the Orange Bowl crowd didn't tainers and bands. Local

feel that way Saturday night. You see, along with about four and artist are invited to
or five black spectators, some white spectators were contin- form also. A full four
uously spat upon by white kids from the upper deck. Trash and live entertainment is

ice were also thrown down upon this small crowd. -
I won't say that black-kids don't do this. But I will say that The admission is only $ go to the BelaI

rye never seen them do it at the Orange Bowl. Seems as if and all tables are free. Youth Center

nobody else in the crowd had seen them doing it either because -
I did ask around.
Needless to say that the garbage was not being thrown at the
whites. Training Now I
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Soul City Sounds, located at 1040NW 54thSt., presented the At
Jimmy Smith Trio in concert on Sunday night at Miami Marine

Stadium. The jazz fans really turned out to see the trio along Sod SUtu 01 f tic Wed Want to lean a trade? heath. The
with the Dolphe Castellano Quartet and the Ira Sullivan four
week the Florida State start at $1.75an
which featured vocalist Barbara Russell who
proved very entertaining -
ployment Service will list will
workday be
to the audience. Our soul sister this week is Margaret Angel Brown,
This Sunday night same place and time the show will star the daughter of Mrs. Mamie Brown of 571 N.W. 13th eral trainee positions open : ., Mon
Dizzie Gillespie and the fabulous James Moody.See you there Street. Margaret is a Senior at Miami Northwesternand the Miami area. All you .
to do is apply for them at ( ) Miami employer
Some of the jazz lovers at the scene were Pattie Styles, Cliff would like to attend Grady Nursing School in Atlanta -
Employment service to operate
B. Edwards, Ruth Stubbs who's soon taking off to FAMU along .
with brother Sam,Norvel Bethel,Jeff Reaves,Steph Frederick, Her hobbies are swimming and Morden Dance. listed below. must be draft
((1)) A Hialeah finished
Terry Parker, Elvis Paschal, Liz Anderson,Wilbur Kitchen, your
needs a material handler. obligation. The
Julius and Wesley Wade,James Ward, "Chucky" Byron, .
would load and unload at $80.00
Michael Hart and Rachel Reeves who flew up to Greensboro, or
stock from trucks and for a hour
N. C. Wednesday where she's attending school at Bennett forty
train you to operate a
College. Uf1f1Jltdflei91tu
- ...-. press. The salary will start these trainee
$1.60 an'', hour for a five Industrial Of-
forty hour week. State Employ-

i (2)) A N.W. area 1350 NW 12th
: needs a trainee to learn'- 280. Our offices
\". d-OctU erection of chain-link a.m.sharp Mon-
(4)J
BY PRISCILLA REDDING You must be a willing .

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Continued from page 6
... Sylvia Whittingham
a Mr. and Mrs. William D. Dickerson (Rose B.) of Lincoln
ed home
-- - Saturday
a.m.
STYLES, REEVES FREDERICK Blvd. of Richmond Heights have returned from their cruise
from Nassau. spending a pleasant
with her
Summer is coming to an end,vacations,travel and fun timeis grandparents,
and Mrs. Ed Delavoe
and
* * * ** * * over. The 1968-69 school year begins. Many boys and girls ter ,

Denise Burnside, Mary Parks, and Patricia Campbell gavea will enter colleges and universities all over the nation for the Maxiiie.
swinging surprise birthday party for a young and very attractive first time. To all of you who are leaving to further your train- She will begin her

Miami Jackson graduate, Delores Bailey The party ing college, we wish much success in all your endeavors. year at Queens College in
was a great success with a host of friends and lots of music Miami-Dade Jr. College: Oliva Holton, Judy Paschal, Kay York this fall.

and cake. Happy birthday Dobice. Albury, Herman Johnson, Elaine Lenon, Betty Jones,Kenneth On Wednesday evening
The setting sponsored by the youth group of the National Johnson, Lanny Sumpter,Donald Brown, Brenda Brown,Chris- was honored with a
Council of Negro Women held at Bonded last Saturday night tine McCoy, Alphonso Brown, Ruben DeVeaux, Edward Hanna, party given by her aunt,
was truly soul togetherness. The kids flocked in by the dozens Patrick Matthews, Edward Williams, and Lawrence Benner- Emily Delancy
representing such soulful schools as Northwestern, Jackson, man. home in Coconut Grove.

Central, Edison and many others. If by chance you would like University of Miami: Beverly Bell, Edna Cooper, Cathy Sylvia says thanks to
to be hip to the happenings,come out this Saturday night, Sept. Ingraham, Anna Stevens, Pat Barnes,Geraldine Hollingsworth, one who made her visit / _>
7, and we'll see if we can do it all over again at Alvita Brown's and Tony Waters. most enjoyable one.

house. Club reporter Rose Reeder. Florida Memorial College: Marshan Benbow.

Florida A&M University: Nadine Covington,Lorenza Bethel,
LATERIN Thomas Laing, James Black and John Mattox. Modern Free I
Barry College: Sandra Stringer.
Kent University: Ramon Raiford
Clark College: Shirley Ross. "Calling all Parents." ((5)) Certifi-
child can be a Junior card.
THE MAIL BAG: Bethune-Cookman College: Larry Harper. or Eastern Star. Who just a few bene-

Dear Garth: Texas Southern University: Bernard Desmore and Athens qualify? Any child from all child-

McCullum. five to seventeen five to seven-
Since you asked for comments regarding DJs speaking while Atlantic Airlines Personnel School: Clifford Howard After any child reaches years .

records are playing, Fd like to say my'piece. I feel the same Howard University: Sylvia Redding, Curtis Gaines, Jimmi'e age of eighteen he or she are interested
way about it as you do. Speaking the record (or maybe it's Gaines and Timothy Hawkins continue his or her future about the Ju-

for the record), I don't think a DJ should speak on the record. May you go forth with open minds to accept new truths and The Modern Free and and Stars, can
Needle-less to say, it's the record player's needle that should be ever mindful that all knowledge is but a
high degree of probability ed Mason of the World call you
Inc.
sound off, and the DJs should keep their sound off while the and that we "know in part." an adult mason will be on his
sound is on. How can you enjoy soul music when a heel is but- Congratulations are in order for Mr. and Mrs. Clarence or star. allthebene-

ting in? It's disc-gustingl! Cryer and Mrs. Wylamerle Marshall for having met the You may ask the above. you may
qualifications
what does
for the New rank I-A Certificate. This Modern Free has 633-
Sincerely, 36 or more scholastic hours beyond the represents offer my child?Some of the director
masters deputy,
Phil Ossofer there are other such persons in our degree. If things your child can profit Scott,
community we are all Teemer,
proud of you. Mr. Cryer is the newly appointed enjoy by joining. ;
assistant Belcher,
Dear Mr. Reeves, cipal at Richmond Heights Jr. High School prin- ; G.
Mrs is Wooten,
Cryer
counselor at Mays Mrs Marshall a counselor a ((1)) Three weeks vacation ; F.
at South
rm a student at Dorsey Jr.High School and I agree with you Jr High. Miami summer camp for no d master; ver--

that the kids get disgusted and fed up when ever the disc- Welcome, to new residents, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Davis tional cost. ((2) A saving juvenifcdi 235-(
jockeys on radio insist on talking during the play of a record. two young daughters, Mrs. Davis is a sister of the and known as the Endowment of Florida
I don't think it's necessary I believe if a discjockey has something Young Byron Cryer, son of Dr and Mrs Linston Cryers ((3)) Educational benefits. ) .
to say he or she should say it before the playing of a a full four weeks of fun and activities at Cryer reports -

record or after. And what ever they're saying isn't worth say- a third grader, he will lead the way with his cousin camp Ocala. As ,--
ing while the records are playing.And when every they do interrupt Junior, to West Lab.on the campus of the Clarence THE
University
a record, ril just turn toa white station or watch TV. Visiting with the Clarence Cryers this of Miami MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN
summer were
I believe if the kids write to the station they will improve and Mrs. Kirby Hoffman, from Pontiac, Michigan Both Mr. MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY
themselves or just lose their listeners,and will be to the bottom teachers in the public school system of that are APPRECIATE BUSIHESSWITH YOU.
ril be saying later for now. Cryer along with other Jaycee members of SSuSu Clarence DOING

many thanks for your support in the"car wash" the saying THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE-
Loletha Phillips of which will go to Mental Health. Proceeds PLEASE PATRONIZE THEMIflTElAMI !
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Mrs. Range Named Chairman Of Model Cities Governing Board


The Model City Governing representative Tract 2; Mrs. 12; Mr. George Kilpatrick, these needs. Don't let uus opportunity may be heard and work can begin tain 25 signatures from per-
Board elected the following officers Josefina Harvin, representative representative Tract 13; Mrs. pass you by -- you to acquire these needs. sons within your immediate
on August 28: Chair- Tract 3; Mr. John Hos- Betty Page, representativeTract may never have this chance This is only one area.Thereare neighborhood. (3)Return app -
man, Mrs. M. Athalie Range, kins, Jr., representativeTract 14; and Mrs. Inez Wil- again. many others. Are you interested 11 c a tI 0 n and petitions of
1631 NW 57th Street, Tract 6; 4; Mrs.JeraldineAllen, cox, representative Tract 15. For example: In the area ? Simply call the names to the Model City office.
First Vice-chairman, Mr. representative Tract 5; Mr. There are some areas that from NW 17 Avenue to 22nd Model City office at 693-4302 (4) Individuals must be 21
George R. Williams, 1878 NW George Hepburn, representative do not have representativesfor Avenue, and from NW 62nd St. located at 6207 NW 27th Ave. years of age or older.
56th Street, Tract 10; Second Tract 7. their neighborhoods.If you to 71st St., there is a need for or contact elected Governing An election will be held in
Vice-chairman, Mrs. Clarice Also Mr. L. D. Kennedy are interested In helping plana at leastfourteenpeopletorep- Board and/or Sub-council each area where there is needin
Littles, 1291 NW 68th Street, representative Tract 8; Rev. better community and a resent the area. people are members. the near future, so begin
Tract 6.Other. William Slater, representative better neighborhood,since you needed to express the needs, Qualifications are: (1) You your ground work now. Applications
members of the Gov- Tract 11; Mr. Neal know the needs in your area, aspirations and hopes of the must live,own land,or operatea are available at the
erning Board are: Mr. Elisha Adams, representative Tract you can take part satisfying residents in that area so they business in the area.((2))Ob- Model City office.

Hepburn, representativeTract

1; Mr. Carlton Fisher, .. . ..
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press handle, radio liaison and with TV,the and ethnic counsel enough:""ti ,efortJcommunity. "

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groups in advertising. t}. o.I I\.". .
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through. As senior supervisor for ..< **"
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a voter recruitment and to his 'family. '.: j
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"Call for all men" ...atleast . 4 A schedule like.'this calls for plenty ;
eleven of varying ages, to try Jf Coca-Cola.J '
out for parts in the contem- You see, Coke has the taste he5fever"gets \ : 1 ,

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Five Join UM Music Detroit School Advance Negroes



i School facultyFive 31 Of 259 Will Have Black Principals Next Fall

DETROIT Detroit's effort the city, 31 will have Negro relationships with the Negro be promoted by February,
more names have been others are George Zazfsky, to place more Negroes in principals up from 19 last fall community, and helps attract 1969.
added to the faculty list at the former assistant concertmaster schools as principals and ad- and 15 the year before. other youth Negro educatorsto Negro assistant principalsare
University of Miami School of Boston Symphony ministrators Is acceleratingthis "We still have a way to go the city," he said. also being increased to 59
Music, Dean William F, Lee Orchestra, who will be professor fall. but it is progress," said Dr. About one-third Detroit's this semester from 39 a year
announced this week. of violin and chamber Of the 269 public schools in Norman Drachler the Super- 11,000 school teachers are ago. Counselors are going to
They Include: music; Ingus Naruns, principal intendent of Schools. "I per- Negroes, and one- half the 140 from 105; departmentheads
Dr. Neal E. Glenn, music cellest with the Greater sonally believe that as the balance teachers coming into the sys- are up to 60 from 45.
professor at the State Miami Philharmonic, who will University In 1966. He studied and that is not a quota tem each year are Negroes.In The large number of coun-
University of Iowa since 1955, be instructor of violoncello, with Ariel Lovelace, Wirt of black administrators Improves order to Jump Negroesinto selors and department heads
who will be professor of Music and Dr Charles Stanton Kent, Walton, Frant St. Leger and in the schools not only princlpalships this fall, will provide a reservoir of Ne-
and education. former director of Peabody Margaret Hershaw. He taughtin will white and black children the school system bypassed groes for higher ranked Jobsin
Harry Glaztz, consideredone Conservatory, who will be St. Louis 1960-61 and gain from the experienc but the principal promotion list, the administration in future
of the foremost trumpet visiting professor of music taught at Indiana University, the community will be lookingfor Dr. Drachler said. years, Dr. Dracher said.
players of our time and former and history and literature and 1964-66. quality instead of countingthe Instead the schools and the There is also a new admin-
solo trumpet with the NBC Or- acting chairman, department The baritone has performedwith number blacks or administrators association istrative title, staff coordinator -
chestra and the New York Philharmonic of graduate studies. the Metropolitan Opera whites." agreed to a special screening which was created to get
,who will be lecturerin Zazofsky, Naruns and National Touring Company, Sixty per cent of the 300,000 process without a written examination more Negro men into the ad-
trumpet. Holmes will each present New York City Opera CompanySan children in Detroit public that allowed Ne- ministration and there will be
Eugene Holmes, leading campus recitals. Francisco Opera Company schools are Negroes. groes who were not on the list 32 of these this fall, he said.
baritone with the New York CincInnatiSymphony, St. Increasing the number of to be promoted. Six of 14 regional assistantsin
City Opera Company and San Louis Symphony, Seattle Sym black administrators also However, the schools say the system, a rank higher
Francisco Opera Company, phony, Lacrosse, WisconsinSymphonyHehasgivenre gives Negro children "mo- that whites who were bypassed than principal, also are Negroes -
who will be visiting lecturer in dels' to look up to, improvesThe by the special procedures will .
applied music p citals in New York, San Fran-
Dr. Howard A. Doolin, cisco, St. Louis, Washington,
supervisor of music for the D.C., Pasadena, Indianapolis, I
Dade County Schools, v.llowill Sacramento, Phoenix, Los. United Fund Goal Set At $833,163
be part time lecturer In music Angeles. Seattle. Chicago and

education in an evening graduate Toronto.. Holmes records for United Fund has an- pointed out that raising this campaign, said he expects
He will retain his Avant Grade Records Inc. of
course. ,
nounced a goal of $833,163 for amount of money would mean generous response from big
county school post. New York. its 1968-69 campaign to an increase of approximately business "when major firms
Mrs. Patricia Ann Kellogg America's critics hav acclaimed support 37 health, welfare and 40 percent over last year's have an opportunity to learn
Lake, a recent UM Master's his performances. social service agencies. contributions. how their financial support
graduate in musicology, who Arthur Bloomfield of the San
"hopefully said, benefits everyone in the com-
will be Instructor in music Francisco Examiner wrote. The UF Board of Directors, "businesses and individuals in munity." He pointed out that
history and literature.She will Some are paving that old roadto meeting I n special session, Broward County will keep this '89,411 individuals in Broward
replace Dr. Analee Bacon who ... stardom. The most shining accepted the recommendationof in mind as our volunteers callon Countyapproximately one
will be on a one-year leave of Eugene Holmes example is Eugene Holmes, Genera 1 Campaign Chairman them for support. But it is out of every five residents--
absence to play cello concertsand Visiting Lecturer a young Negro with a firm, Emerson Allsworth, who entirely unfair to ask those received direct service from
to teach at the Universityof resonant lyric baritone. .. told the group that the goal he firms and individuals who con one or more of the 37 United
Georgia. Holmes received his B.S. He was the Germont and proposed, "represents an tribute "fair share" gifts for Fund supported agencies In
They will Join three others, degree In 1956 from Arkansas rarely has this role been sung eight percent increase over large increases. Therefore, 1967.
already announced, for the State College, his Performers accurately and so mov- the actual net pledges and cash we' must seek "fair share"
1968-69 academic year. The Certificate In Voice at Indiana ingly." that will be collected from lastyear's contributions from all levelsin James G, Spencer, Jr.,
appeal." campaign vice-chairman, told
the
community. the UF directors that all discussions -
The 1968-69campaign Emphasizing the slogan with employers will
raised by far the greatest "Invest in People", the campaign request their cooperation in
concentrate
of in the United organization will -
amount money setting up payroll deducation
The only thing as real as real life Fund's 12-year historY--$803, "fair much share'of its efforts participation in- plans for their employees.
urging
000 pledged, of whi< hmore, "Employees want .to, be
.. .. i that 95 percent will be col; from businesses and individuals generous/ explained..
; IsCdLORTVV who, in the past,have
: lected.In "Given the opportunity to
not met the average level of
spread their gifts overa
explaining the goal, All- giving as similar groups period of time, employees
sworth emphasize that the throughout the country. Invariably Increase their contributions -
eight percent increase is approximately More than a thousand large ."
double the national and medium size businesseswill
average increase col- be given figures showing Early ollc itationof
lected annually byUnited how their contributions compare business and employee groups
Fund administrative and campaign with similare companies will get under way late this
expenSes, total more in other communities.ThomasJ. month. The general kick-off
than $100,000.The Walker, who heads the meeting will be h e 1 d September -
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.Sr I a t Florida Voters League ITo
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.,.. I Topping the agenda for dis- political philosophy of political -
I i _" ", !!I",/ cussion and recommended candidates on local, state
r ', '' ,/ tions at the forthcoming Florida and naUonallevels.
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I _1. :'I"[ .]' Voters League Convention,
I _'to -i Sept. 28-29 in Tampa will be The political analysis of the
the recurrent civil disorders, birth and possible durabilityof
t c.aq their causes and possible the American Independent
t remedies. and it's
,"" J -', Party presidential
.> W They will in their various candidate Gov. George Wal-
- a T discussion groups explore In lace, now on the ballot in 43
SAN ANTONIOAirman SAN ANTONIO._ Airman SAN ANTONIO. Airman Airman Joseph Carter, Jr. particular and political repercussions states, will probat be one of
George McCray Jr., son of Nathaniel Manning Jr., son of Dimont J. Pough Jr., son of son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph of these civil disor- the highlights of the scusslon:::
Mrs. Rosa L. McCray of 428 Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Man- Mr. and Mrs. Dimont Pough Carter Sr., of 5732 NW 11th ders and their effect on the: period.
SW Seventh Street,Homestead ning, Sr. of 323 NW 48th St., Sr. of 1054 NW 58th Ter., Mi- Ave. has Just arrived at Lack-
has completed basic trainingat Miami, ha s completed basic ami, has completed basic land A irf ore e Base, Texas for
Lackland AFB, Tex. He Is training at Lackland AFB, training at LacklandAFB, basic training.
now assigned as a fuel specia- Tex. He is now assigned as a Tex. He has been assigned to Joseph is a 1968 graduateof SUPPORT THE GREATER
list with a unit of the Strate- vehicle operator with a unit the A I r Force Technical Miami Northwestern Sr.
gic Air Com wand at Grand of the Air Force Logistics training Center Chanute High School. MIAMI URBAN LEAGUE
Forks AFB, N.D.Airman Mc- command at Hill AFB, Utah. AFB, ni., for specialized .
Cray is a 1967 graduate of Airman Manning is graduate schooling as an aircraft equip-
Mays Sr. High School,Goulds. of Miami Jackson High School. ment repairman Airman [GiveUNITED THIS YEAR'S GOAL IS 2,000 NEW MEMBERSFor

Pough, a graduate o f Miami information how you can join the Greater Miami
I VETERANS OF SAN ANTONIO Airman Northwestern Sr. High School, Urban League, phone: 3773682.
FOREIGN WARS Kary J. Davis, son of Mrs. attended Miami-Dade Junior FUND
Ethel M. Davis of 3140 NW 59 College.

The Women's Auxiliary of St., Miami, has completedbasic ..
the VFW presented their Pre- training Lackland "
Labor Day dance, August 30, AFB, Tex.He has been assigned -
at the Police Benevolent Association to the Air Force Technical
of Opalocka. Mrs. Training Center at Lowry : "k- I
Bessie Covington,president of AFB, Color., for specialized .F
the Auxiliary and publicity schooling as a supply specia-'
chairman, Bertha Florence list. Airman Davis is a 1967
wish to thank all for makingthe graduate of Miami Jackson w
dance a success. L-- - S I

Special guests were past Force, or Coast Guard, officers -
district Commander Bockmanand and enlisted men who have ..w.++r+ _'_*,

members of the MOC,also served In any foreign war.Application 1
Command Walter Bowe, for membership Post '
South Broward Post No. 8195. 5693 may be obtained by writ- -
Eligibility for membership ing to R. P. Jordan,Sr., 15230
in VFW's Is based on honorable NW 18th Ave. Opa-locka..
service in the Arm y, Wilfred J. McKenzie, Reporter -
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I degrees during summer commencement exercises at
Florida A&M University recently. (l.r) Nancy Frinks,
! speech correction major from Jacksonville; Arnold

I Smith Kelly,, elementary history major education from Palmetto from Marianna.; and Yvonne J. College is for people who


I I Racists Hit South Dade HighSouth wanttogjoplacesA.

Dade High School students Some South Dade black students -
arriving at school the have taken issue recently -
first day found that racists had with the nickname of the
arrived a bit earlier.A school's athletic teams- . and so is Greyhound. One smart way to Nobody has lower fares than Greyhound. For example:
white flag lettered "Nig- "Rebels." The students go places is by Greyhound. It's a money ONEWAY OHEWAY

the ger,flagpole.Go Home A,"black fluttered doll was claim the name and has does racist not positively connotations -- saverandatime-saver.lt'squic !IIt'seasyl! Gainesville . . . $12.35 Charlotte . . . ..$25.05

the pole. represent the black It's convenient.. and you can depend on it. Tallahassee . . . $13.45 Auyvita . . . . .$19.45
atop seg-
impaled
Tampa . . . . $ 8.55 Columbl .$19.45
Otis Wallace, 16, a senior ment of the student body. Another smart way to go places, is by college
Washington . . . $33.35 New York . . . .$41.40
i j: who heads, said a he Negro tried students'group to climb I I It isn't quick. I It i isn't. easy! But you Atlanta . .. . . $21.65 Philadelphi_ ,. . _' .$37.55.
can't get very far without it. Join the back. Save 10%etch way with a round-trip ticket. ,
found it coated
the pole, but was j
I with grease. to-college movement, by Greyhound. GREYHOUND TERMINAL, 275 N.EJIst:> Street, Miami(

The leader of Students' Organization mydressmaker Phone 373-0492 Or Coll Your Local f Greyhound(Agent.. ____
for Unity and Lib-
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principal which went back he burnt.William to lower Wilson the and flag 6026 New NW- 7th Exclusive Av.nu. GO I GREYHOUND I

and the schoo us-
Wallace Ready to Wear c

doll todlanraised Florida until a "cherrypicker"crane flags the to Americanand hide the measure.B.tt.r Popular dresses Alterations Prices mad fast to . .and leavethe driving to usI

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Youths Charged In Robbery .

_,'-W* Police arrested four youths aurant at 909 N. Miami Ave., arrested youths who are In ]
r -/ early Monday, charging them called police while the rob- dade County Jail as: Lamar ;
Y with the armed robbery of a bery was In progress shortly, Hill, 17, of 289 NW 23rd St.; {
North Miami Avenue restaurant after midnight. Larry Gllbery, 17,of 534 N.W. I I
About $90 was taken from 22nd St.; Herbert Johnson, 17, :
Officer Robert Angelonesaid the cash register and a wait- of 293 N.W. 23rd Street and j 1
: Y that a witness across the ress' purse. Thomas Earl Jones, 330 N.W. j
street from the Eat Well Rest- Police Identified the four 51st St.
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our pastor
: GRADUATION PICTURES MADE
leave for his vacation and the
National Baptist Convention.He COME IN TODAYI
is asking everyone to remember -
him in their prayersfor CAPS AND GOWNS FURNISHED

a safe trip.Sunday TASSELS OF ALL SCHOOL COLORS

the No. 1 Usher
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Board will have their 9th An- "1" "
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Raton Rev. ,Robertson will be their from speaker.Boca UOli.S fj tif'il !J

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10" : rrrJ p.m. : : :e.Y _, .'_" ,
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will have their rehearsal
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beauty queens were off to a day at the Miami Seaquarium. The girls, (from / V 4
left) Ladricca Price Miss Alexandria Edwards I II
; Sylvia Miss Monroe; Carmen
Cunningham, Miss Baton Rouge; and Stella Ballard, Miss Lake Charles, re
cently toured Greater Miami. Miami-Metro of and !
Dept. Publicity Tourism r 4 .y i t ''f" li la FI
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SPECIAL PRICE Miami Police arrested a 65-
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7 ft. hose EASY 28th slaying of a teenager. 'I
Rug Tool TERMS Jesse (Pop) Brown, of 3111 .
kph attachment N.W. 65th St.was charged with / I I
: Ext wands COMPLETE WITH ALL ATTACHMENTS the first degree murder of Dh
Crevice tool 14 of 6300
Therone Benjamin, ,
FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION NW 15th Ave.

NO OBLIGATION Br own denied any connection
with the shooting, police
Call 625-1261 said
The teenager was found shot
, ABBEY-DOMESTIC.15982 NW 27th Avenue to death on the sidewalkat 1551
N.W. 62nd St.

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SPECIALIZING I IN RUG SALES & CLEANING this week's Spotlight of .. 6x ton Sir Walter Hotel in Ra-
COMMERCIAL CLEANING & FLOOR WAXING the Order of the Eastern Star, leigh, North Carolina,Sep.13-
Modern Free and Accepted 15, is expected to attract hun-
CARPETING CLEANED I IN YOUR HOME OR OUR PLANT Masons of the World, Inc., is dreds of Masons and Stars,
FREE ESTIMATES IN YOUR HOME CALL 696-9133 OR 635-3641 Miss Johnnie Mae Robinson, many of whom will be leaving
I I 24 HOUR ANSWERING SERVICE affectionately known as Miami In chartered convoys.
1 '" "Jackie." All stars of Masons who have
i 1 I I Jackie Is Secretary of not yet made their reserva-
'aJAtt ? : ,'t? , "r I f J'...,.,.... ./N. 'r. Ladies of the Lamp Chapter tions to attend the conferenceare
,I No. 70, of which Mrs. CarrieP. requested to turn In this
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t r ;i1'? "" !. i iI Meek is W. M. Mondays information to the, Wore
.'.. I'U fJ1 Saturdays, Jackie can be foundin shipful Master or Worthy Matron
' -' the Greater Miami Urban of the respective Lodge or
'! League's Operation Equality Chapter.
.Office in Liberty City, where
' r Mw she is employed as Secretary.Miss -- Persons desiring Information
M Ik MIer Robinson Is also mem- regarding membership
The Fifth Workshop the Masons have
ber of Antioch Baptist Church, meeting can a representative -
and has recently been electedas of Modern Free and Accepted call on them by filling -
I es Area Representative of Masons to be beld at the Sbera- out and mailing in the cou. .spun

sub-Council No. 14, of the below.
Model Cities program.
"is
Progressive, attractive, Modern Free and Accepted Masons of the World, Incorporated
civic-minded, Miss Robinson 4928 NW Seventh Avenue, Miami, Fla. 33127I
represents hundreds of highly
motivated women of all ages, am interested In membership in Modern Free and Accepted
here in Miami, throughout Masons of the World, Inc. Please have a representative call
the country who are becoming on me. _
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Humphrey Says Ballot Power j jI

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WASHINGTON, D. C. -Vice President and help determine- -"No I b amouPVYero c---_- p------
president Hubert H. Hum- national policy in candidate can sit back ( ===
contrast, and count on the support of the
phrey urged minority citizens, 81.5 percent of those in income poor and the black voters, the ,-..; ..w....,.-.....
especially the disadvantaged, ranges of more than $10,000 Vice ---..
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to register year voted. earn it and merit it," Vice ".,.,.....
for candidates and policies Among black Americans of President Humphrey said. 1 it __
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which will correct Inequitiesin voting age, only 58.5 percent The Vice President said he I'. ...

our society. voted In 1964,while71 percentof thought he deserved and would 1
"The way to correct any Inequity the
potential white electorate
get strong support in the black 4 4e
the way to change any went to the polls. community. "I've been a !

policy that Is wrong Is not in "I believe that there is nota spokesman for human rights

the streets, it Is not out there single Inequity in the country and civil rights and all It y
through violence or even loud that we cannot change "
throughthe means all of my life, he ,
demonstration. It Is throughthe peaceful political processes pointed out.

peaceful political processes if we set ourselves to the Vice President Humphrey :
the Vice President said. task 9LR R { : s
Vice President Hum- has been a strong supporter of
"Ballot power is real power." phrey said.He urged action*to measures to eliminate legal

The U.S. Bureau of the Cen- get people registered and then and customary barriers to full

sus estimates that In 1964 only politically informed." political participation by Ne- 41 ti 4

i, 43 percent of those with family "They will make their own groes In Southern states.

incomes of under $3000 and choices rm not sure how they The Vice President made

only 61 percent of those within are going to vote,but one thing his remarks on voter participation -

the $3000 to $4900 range I do know is they ought to be in a statement to vet- first Bound Students Earn
used their votes to elect a voters." erans and in a televised inter- Upward

view. I.

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r LETTERS to EDITORS9BK9HMHKKMMKBHK2 1 Tots In FreeKindergarten nation's first Upward The experience of the Upward in just 32 months. The first

Bound students to complete Bound students demon- member In his family to enter

their college education received strates that poor youngsters college, he plans to provide

4 t.?.' There Is still room for degrees this summer given an opportunity to develop financial assistance to enable
children in kindergartens from Florida A&M University their talents can successfully two younger brothers to attend
The Incident
On 62nd St.For throughout the county. In Tallahassee.The finish college.The college. "Upward Bound can't

Howard D. McMillan,assistant students, two boys and be beat," said Johnson,
the last 18 months, the staff of the Liberty City Com- superintendent for admin- two girls, Include a former students are; Patricia "Without it, I would still be

munity Council has worked around the clock, trying to avoid istrative services, announcedthat housemaid who became an Branton, 19, of Tallahassee, repairing TV sets."
who received her degree
the August 7, 1968, 62nd Street riot. 58 of 88 Dade schools with honor student In math and now recently In Walter Hall,of Tallahassee,

During this time, we have organized tenant groups,welfare free kindergarten this year plans to get an advanced de father Is speech disabled therapy.Social Her Security who was unable to find a job
a -
recepients, hospital workers, and concerned citizens In the will accept additional registrations gree In computer science anda when he entered the Upward
and her
Liberty City area Time and time again,we spoke of the failureof the second day of youth who worked as a short- works recipient mother Bound program, received a
maid. Miss
the Dade County power structure to move meaningfully to- school. order cook complete his political as a political science degree after
Branton work her
wards a solution to the problems uncovered.In Parents may register their science degree In less helped way 34 months of study. While a
do-
through college by doing
our organizing speech after speech Interview than three student he worked
processes, children at the school on Wed years. as a construction -
mestic work but still
after Interview, Dade County was given the raw bare facts as nesday, September 4, whetheror Upward Bound, a pre-col- to In managed three- laborer and a short-
graduate only
to the socio-economic storm warnings which Indicated a not they live in that area, lege program of the War on "This is order cook to earn money to
castrophy in the making.Yet, unlike so many other urban cen- McMillan said. poverty, gives special train- years. the greatest meet expenses. His mother is
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thing that
ters, these warnings were shrugged offwith a "it can't happen'I Openings also exist in 25 of Ing to disadvantaged high Miss Branton ever happened, a domestic and his father is a

here' attitude. Well, now It has happen here,and judging from 38 Head Start classes,he said. school students to help themto Bound says of the Upward laborer.He .

the "cover up the problem" reaction, it will again happen In For registration in either program enter college. Fourfifthsof Program. plans to enter law schoolor

4", Dade County. Who's to blame ???,Is It part of a conspiracy b:' children who will be five the 7,500 who have finished ,Attractive Betty Muse, of work toward a masters degree -

"IIi some "outside agitators"??? Is it the militants stirring our years old on or before January) Upward Bound traintnihave"gone Midway, Florida, who received . : In education. _

good colored folks? Or Is tl something else???The somethingelse 1, 1969, are eligible. on to college. her degree In mathematicsand The two youths, both of
theory seems to have merit In the case of Dade County. plans to work toward an- whom will begin teaching In

It seems to hold up even more when we look at the followingfacts Shriners other degree In computers September, received their degrees

; ReElectDr. c Ie n c e after working for a August 23. Both plan to

((1)). HOUSING: 2,500 families displaced by urban renewal, yea r Although she held sev- return to college for further

and the State Highway Building Program, remain illhoused In John Hester eral jobs to earn money to pay study later.

a community where 53% of the housing units are substandardwith college expenses, she was on Upward Bound now has pro-

no effective housing code enforcement. In addition to this, I Imperial I Potentate the school's honor roll several grams at 287 colleges and universities -

over 7,000 low Income families are on the waiting list for times. Her father Is a truck When the four
public housing. MILWAUKEE, Wisconsin. eluded them "which Is the driver, and her mother worksas Florida students entered Upward

(2)). JOBS: Only 450 out of the 2,600 jobs promised were Dr. John Henry Hester of At- greatest Injustice that one human a domestic. Bound In 1965, there

made available to the unemployed youth this summer. lantic City, N. J.headsanarray being can do another. As Rochester Johnson, of were only 18 such projects in

((3)). RECREATION: Mismanagement of the Happy Miami of Imperial officers who Prince Hall Shriners, It Is our Marianna, Florida, one of six the nation.To date,25,000 students -

Program left newly opened youth centers without funds to were returned to office by sacred obligation and responsibility children In a fatherless family have enrolled in the pro-

carryon programs and no programs or equipment to mean- Prince Hall Shriners who met to see that school sys- who completed his studies gram.

Infgully Involve' the out of school youth, causing the Idled youthto here, August 18-23, In their tems across the country Immediately -

form Into small gangs,often times coming Into adverse con- 75th Anniversary DiamondJubilee Include Negroes In
tact with the City Police Department. This very same City Convention of the Imperial our history text books. Let

Police Department, have no community relations program, Council AEAONMS. them know about Prince Hall, HOW DO YOU STANDMore ?

could not cope with, and even more important, understand the Headquarters were estab- Crispus A t t u c k s, Benjamin
frustrations lishedat the SheratonSchroeder Bannecker, Matthew Henson,
of the Idle youth. -- than 25,000,000 million people go to
Hotel and business essions Dr. Charles Drew to name a
Relations between ,
(4). POLICE COMMUNITY RELATIONS:
during year's time. This
the City Police Department, and Liberty City residents area were conducted at the Milwau- few this will not only initiate a hospital a

t an all time low. As Indicated by.the repeated request to kee Auditorium. pride among our little black amounts to 68,000 hospital admissionsevery

"get the City Policemen out of here"during the riot. According to Dr. Hesther, boys and pins, but let white day-about ONE every V/i seconds!!
In the in his acceptance remarks following boys and girls, too, know that
(5). COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION: Commencing
of in the hos-
-One TEN
out patients stays
his re-election Im-
as
black like their white
fall of 1967, the staff of the Liberty City Community Council men,
showed quite clearly that the lack of Involvement of target perial potentate, Prince Hall brothers, are Important pillars pital more than 21 days--THREE out of

area residents In the poverty program engendered a kind of Shriners must continue their In our nation's foun- TEN remain more than 10 days.
and strive harder
apathy towards "THE GREAT SOCIETY", had a carryover leadership dation. The odds are ONE SEVEN that YOU will
effect towards the highly publicized Model City Program. On to.see that "our disadvantaged Other imperial officers returned -
admitted hospital
be the to a
fellow- among persons
and
August, 4, 1968, less than three (3) days prior to the riot, the impoverished to office were Charles
men are able to enjoy and par- Dargan, NewYorkCitydeputy within the next year.
most blaten hypocritical farce was again perpetrated againstthe
Black Community.On this date,a totally unsupervised, un- ticipate In the many' bountiesof Imperial potentate; William --Hospitalcare is EXPENSIVE. Many Florida

realistic"selection" rather than "election" was carried out. this great nation. Howe, Philadelphia, pa., imperial hospitals currently I charge in excess of
"The horn of plenty is over- chief rabban Alfred A.
This lack of involvement of residents of the area In the ;
decision making processes can serve only to further alienate flowing with opportunities but Dixon, Baltimore, Md., Im- $55.00 per day--and the rate is increasing

them from participating in programs designed to bring about only the prepared will be able perial assistant rabban; Mar- daily.
to take advantage them. shall Johnson, Pittsburgh,
change. -A hospital bill for $1,000.00 or morels not
In spite of all of these deterring factors, Dade County still There is no place In our socialor Pa., high priest and prophet;
unusual and FEW people write check
economic structure for can a
Melton Beaumont Tex.
L. L. ,
has If ,
a chance to bring about meaningful, positive programs,
It Is serious In Its committment of both brains, and funds to those who, for many and vari- Imperial oriental guide;Booker for a thousand dollars.

do more than conceptualize positive programs. The challengeIs ed reasons, are not preparedto T. Alexander, Detroit, How do you and yourfamily stand? Call your

a'big one,and it will mean that the political prositutes, suchas compete with every man, Mich., imper lal recorder; CENTRAL LIFE MANAGER and ask for a
that asp 1ng candidate for the Governer's seat, who can't he said, while pointing out that M. C. Martin, Danville, Va.,
for the Negro the era of his being imperial treasurer Eugene conference on hospital coverage for you and
even pronounce the term negro, must forget their political as- ;
prlratlons, and roll up his sleeves, and commence to work an exception to the rulesis DickersonWashington, D. C.,

equally hard In both the Black and White communities. rapidly passing "he-must imperial first ceremonial yours.CENTRAL LIfE/
now compete with the total
(6). LACK OF ECONOMICGROWTHORSTABILITYINTHE master ; Roswell Taylor,
"
LIBERTY CITY AREA: complement in every area. Alexandria, Va., imperial
The marked Increase In the relocation of small businessesIn He further noted that In spiteof captain of the guard, and Arthur INSURANCE COMPANY \

the area prior to the riot. The forecast for Dade County is passed experiences and dis- T. A m Is, Washington,
crimination, the Negro has D. C. Alvin Reno Indianapolis -
one of continuing trouble If this community does not show the ; 1416 N. BOULEVARD
contributed to
tremendously Ind. and Melvin Anderson
,
kind ol maturity that other urban areas have shown and beginto TAMPA, FLORIDA
America's growth and development Akron Ohio auditors.
,
and those ,
of the ghetto
correct the inequalities
gross Into its position asa .
Carl of Dayton '
Wilson past
in the confines of the ghetto both physically DISTRICT OFFICES STATEWIDE
persons intrapped ,
world but historians
our -
_
power, grand master of Ohio, was
and mentally.. Bernard Dyer have systematically ex- elected imperial outer guard.



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THE MIAMI TIMES., Friday September 6, 1968



E NEIGHBORHOOD 0p0 Family


SERVICES Health


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CULMER CENTER NEWS ,
oc> >o SENIOR CITIZENS -- On Friday, August 30, at 2 p.m., the
Senior Citizens of the Culmer area held a very Interesting and FAMILY HEALTH CARE A NEW OR OLD IDEA
inspiring meeting. Some forty-six (46))Senior Citizens were In _
attendance. There was a very Inspiring program rendered with Before proceeding to the description of the Economic Opportunity -
'Commissioner Athalie Range giving a short talk and Mrs. Family Health Center, Inc.and its service functions, w f ea
Marie Carl, executive director of the EOPI made remarks. it is important to state what Family Medicine is. Family Medi- w. :z a
Other persons in attendance were: Mrs. Dorothy Kessel, cine Is defined as that branch of medical science that has as
Group Worker from Malcom Ross, Mrs. Paula Horner, Case its responsibility the continuing health maintenance of the
Worker, for the Senior Citizens of Dade County, Mrs. L. Hath- family.
away, Health Director for Senior Citizens, Mr. Jim Caine, Information and skills in Family Medicine maybe impartedto ; ;
Program Development Director, Mrs.Odessa James and Mrs.D. all members of the health profession be it physician, nurse,
Hyland from the Sunshine Community Club, Mrs. Alice social worker, nutritionist, psychologist or sociologist. of ti.
Jones from the Phyllis Wheatley Club, Mrs. Daluda Waters Family Medicine is different from most present day medical
from the Goulds Women Club, Mrs. Venessa Sweeting from specialities which emphasize treatment, control and modification -
Senior Citizens service Opa-locka, members of the 50 Nin- and can be viewed as occupying an inter mediate position
ers Club: Mrs. Ferguson, Mrs. Moon, and Mrs. Florence between traditional curative medicine that has as its concern
Allen; Mrs. Martha Angle, reporter from the Miami Herald, the individual and public health which concerns itself with the
Mrs. Velma Lee, recreation aide for senior citizens, MRS. community.
Betha Perry, music Instructor, and Mrs. Elizabeth Curtis, Family Medicine becomes, in a sense, the practice of pre- ,
president of the Miami Association of Women Clubs. ventive medicine at all three levels of prevention: Level One

The Center Director, Arthur H. King, thanked the citizens Primary protection, both general and specific Level Two Brenda Fountain/ "Miss Bahamas, 1968" shownas
for the large attendance and they were told that any servicesthe Early diagnosis control and modification through pre-symptomatic she arrived by Northeast Airlines at Kennedy International -
center provided was available to them. recognition Level Three- Rehabilitation through disability Airport to lend her support to Bahamas' bid to

limitation and health restoration. have the next Elk's Convention meet in Nassau. On the
CULMER CENTER TENANT'S LEAGUE HAS VOTED TO Family Medicine draws on many of the attributes of the plane with "Miss Bahamas" was Prime Minister Pind-
CHALLENGE MIAMI HOUSING AUTHORITY AND URBAN highly regIrded family doctor of the past, is family focused and
ling, Deputy Speaker of the House CliforcDarling
RENEWAL-A meeting was held at Culmer Center on Mon- and stresses continuing comprehensive health management.
from the office of the Ministry of Tourism
day, August 26, at 8 p.m.where members of the Culmer Ten- representatives
.
ant's League voted to petition Miami Housing Authority and THIS IS HOW IT WORKS

Urban Renewal. First for dragging their feet In providing ade- Each family enrolling at the Economic Opportunity Family
quate housing for displaced citizens out of Project and 2, Health Center Is health team
Inc. assigned a primary family
secondly, it was voted that when this housing is provided the consisting of physician, nurse and social worker. This health Carver YMCA Fall//, Winter
rent would still be over the income of the citizens i in the area team will medical
provide complete family care, preventiveand
who were displaced or wanted to come back into the area. curative, to all members of the family. Offered are: well And Spring ProgramThe
These citizens will circulate petitions to get signatures to fur- child care, periodic health evaluation, prenatal and neonatalcare
ther this project. A meeting is to be held on September 3, at as well as attention during periods of illness. Emphasis
Carver YMCA will begin consist of sllmnastics, photo
Culmer Center for this
purpose. will be the and of
on preventive comprehensive management
its Fall Winter, and graphy, bridge, chess, judo,
llth Street
Community Organizer, Mr. Eli Powell, 470 NW health problems, both physical and mental. From the stand-
Spring program, September 3. pool and table tennis,and mod-
telephone: 377-0525 would like the names and addresses of any
point of health maintenance the illness is viewed, not only as
The program will be a combination ern dance.A .
Individual is in the
who interested In organizing Block Clubs
to limit but the
an opportunity disability, a chance to apply
building in which they live. Please give him a call. principles of preventive medicine. of cultural and recrea- special feature of the pro-
tional activities geared to gram will be the fine arts pro-
Such not be limited to hour
comprehensive
care can a forty
children and adults of all ages on Saturday from 9a.m.
REORGANIZATION MEETING- The first meeting was held gram
week and the health team is available twenty-four hours a day,
to present a Reorganization plan for the EOPI at Culmer Cen- and Interests.The to 1 p.m. which will consistof
week. the anxious
seven days a Thus, mother, who at eight o'
ter on Wednesday, August 25, at 8 p.m. This meeting con- clock in the evening wishes that her 111 Infant be seen can be program will consist of ballet, arts and crafts,
sisted of members of the Culmer Advisory Committee,Child accomodated and, not only can the ill child receive competent arts and crafts, ceramics, ceramics, photography,
Opportunity Parents, and the Youth Groups. The meeting was full medical attention but the more Important question "Why modern dance, ballet,Judo and charm and modeling, modern
presided over by Mr. Samuel Moncur, who isSpecial Consul- did this family seek help at this time?" can be evaluated.The karate, photography, charm dance, and music.
tant for EOPI to the and modeling music For further information
explain Reorganization plan. ill Infant can be treated and appropriate preventive appre-
The and audience ciation, choral and Instrumental this call
plan was explained discussed. The was concerning program
measures instituted. The opportunity now arises to offer to
divided into three groups to select representatives for a 9 the mother, and any other accompanying member of the family, music, individual and duel the YMCA Monday. Friday
member committee. After this was done, the meeting was ad- the same preventive attention. games, team and group games, from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. and on

journed.A Even non-present members of the family can be brought in and quiet games. Saturday from 9 a.m.to 1 pm
nine member committee has been formed at the Culmer for such care at a later date. Studies of patterns family illness Activities for adults will at 696-0231 or 696-0232.
Center The duty of this committee will be to select and
indicate that once one member is seen in a health facility,
recommend three persons to be considered for Area Director other members can readily Involved in care by this facility.
This group will meet at the Center on September 3, at 8 Thus, it Is not only availability that is the hallmark of the Child Opportunity Center
P.m. for the first orientation session.All members of the com- Family Health Center,but it Is thoughtful,understanding,per-
mittee is expected to attend. vasive availability. The services of the family health team "Doll// Show"A
extend beyond the center into the home and hospital.
JOHN F. KENNEDY CENTER HEALTH HINT- Household poisons. Many common house- "Doll Show" was spon- Juan Lusenariz and Donnell
LABOR DAY FESTIVAL Monday, Sept. 2, a Labor Day hold items ammonia, silver polish, toilet cleanser, lighter sored at our Center August Robinson represented the
Festival was held at the John F. Kennedy Neighborhood Cen- fluid, and detergents can be poison. Your kitchen, laundryroom 28, by the Enrichment Com stronger sex with male dolls.
ter sponsored by theADC Mothers Club and Block Club for the and cleaning closet are full products which should be mittee of our center. Our First place winners were An-
indigent children In the Homestead and Florida City area. in a locked cabinet, out of children's reach. Hide the key and judges for the ocassion were nette Tribue (with a "Miss
Food and drinks were donated to the organizations from the watch children when they play near storage areas. Never Mrs. Juanita Williams, Mrs. Doll") in a pink chiffon gown
local merchants and residents in this area. Entertainmentwas transfer household products to food containers or to shelves Frances Taylor,and daughter, and scarf, and pink high heel-
provided by the Neighborhood Youth Corp workers of the where food is stored. Eloise, and Richard (Scrubby) ed shoes. The other first place
John F. Kennedy Neighborhood Center. Andrews from WTVJ. winner, Doris L.Huntcar-
The City of Homestead recreation department Director, Mr. Miss Ruby Higgins, mis- ried a small doll, in a navy
John Chartus, was consulted by Mrs. MerianSmith,Assistant! tress of ceremonies openedthe blue dress, trimmed in red
Director of the EOPI for the purpose of obtaining the pool I contest, and Introduced the print. All others were runner
for the poverty stricken children Permission was granted : judges The contest was open
and the pool was opened for three hours free of charge. to all center children. First ups.The six year olds were Lisa
CREDIT UNION BANQUET The John F.Kennedy Federal' o CBECKWC? NO WAITING place winner of the 2 1/2 to Wright, Sonya Paytee, Brenda

Credit Union sponsored a gala Banquet at the Center Satur- 3 year old group was Reesa Crawford, Kristine Kennedy,
day, August 31, at 8 p.m. Mr. Hagen, the Credit Union Coor- Ruff, who carried a large Betty Ann Williams and
dinator, was guest speaker. She delivered a marvelous walking doll decked out in pink Lenora McKinney This group
speech, one that shall never be forgotten. Two prizes were dress and bow, with fishnet also had two first place win-
given. One to the person making most regular share depositsand Air CreM Card* stockings. Wandy Owens and ners, they were: Lisa Wright,
the other to the person having the most in their share accounts Elizabeth Severance were carrying a large walking doll
Mrs. Mallett served as chairman for the banquet along runner ups. in tourcmoise cants, with
with her committee and others. 8 TRACKSTEREOPHONIC Lisa Wright, winner of four matching stripped blouse, and
EDUCATION Being presently Involved in vocational and year olds, carried a pheasant Sonya Paytee, with her doll in
basic contacts forming of educational clubs in the community, TAPE PLAYER baby in blue and white checked red and felt. The judges bas-
five lauback teacher been assigned to five to six studentsfor outfit with matching bandana ed their decisions on originality -
basic education. These classes are In process now. A vocational Melanie Thurston, Kim and style.
class of 15 to 20 persons was completed after 5 V. $79.9S Hanna, Tonya Wright,Stephanie Some dolls were supplied
weeks of training. Sewing Is at South Dade Junior-Senior High Mayco%,Brenda Cannady, classroom teachers. All of the
School. One person registered at Lindsey Hopkins for Nurses Karen Daniels, Angela Perri- children were presented with
Aide Training. ]!:ILI'1L4kIuMARTIN'S!. ". man, Genese Williams,Debbie ribbons (awards) They also

SENIOR CITIZENS' SEARCH AND SERVICE PROJECTThe Lott, Lisa Scott, Betty Wall received gift packs, thanks to
Senior Citizens' Search and service project has at the and Marshall Smith were also the generosity of Mr.and Mrs.
present time 27 enrolled members that will soon begin a contestants In this group. Clinton Taylor.
series of projects. On Saturday, Sept. 7, at 8:30 p.m. a whole The five year olds followed. May we take this opportunityto
day of sun and entertainment Is planned at Crandon Park for House of Music Angelia Carson, Antionette thank all who attended, and
the Senior Citizens. The staff is invited.All parents of Home- Tribue, Rosemary Hawkins, say a very special thank you
stead and Florida City were notified to register their five- 15976 NW 27th Ave. Ceresier Patricia Cole, Mara to our judges. Also thank you
' V 4.r year olds In Headstart. Robinson, Sharon Crawford, to Skipper Chuck and Irene,of
JOINT ADC MOTHERS AND TENANT LEAGUE-The Joint Doris L. Hunt, Myrna Smith, Station WTVJ for sending to
ADC Mothers and Tenant League has forty-one members. Phone 6244592COMPLETE Kim Owens, Sabrina Profit, delight and entrance both
I They attended a combined education meeting of the ADC and Annette Wall, Erica Burkes, children and adults; Scrubby.
tenant league Thursday night at the center.Guest speaker, Mr. LINE OF RECORDS I Charlene LightbourneGailSawyer Pictures from occasion
McCall, enlightened people of our community on the importance INSTRUMENTS 8 TRACK TAPES Denise Potter,Stephanie will be on view in our center
of fair housing, rental and buying. Young and young men: foyer.


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The Black Wan 'In Brazil :It. Carver 0 Our Readers. .Speak. .O it.}. j


The Discovery Of Brazil #. Ranches ':i-:'" if. ... r .,:- J""" .


PART : ; News '\ nf l\J;

By IRV BETROCK , ., ,., :t,; ,...By Walter Bow|I 1 \' \ # :;

After sailing the high seas for a period of fortyeight .
dayson .
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his way to India via the Cape Verde Islands, Dom Pedro : The South Broward Post No. .
Alvares Cabral touched the shoreline of an Immense undis- <7e
8195
are thanking all Neigh-
covered land, after being driven off ""'" Letters to the Editorto
couse by a fierce storm. ( boring VFW Post, especiallythe
Not knowing his where-abouts or what sort of Inhabitants he 5693 and 4997 for makingour

would encounter, he ventured forth to explore and claim this Bar-B-Que a success on The Editor:

new-found land for his king, Dom Manuel the Fortunate of Labor Day at the Post Home

Portugual. Pembroke Rd. We also thank May I, onbehalf of the Economic Opportunity Program, Inc.,
Entering the dense forests with a small body of men, Cabral Airman all of our guest. of Dade County congratulate you and your staff on recently
found leaf-covered huts amidst clearings In the forest, sur- SAN ANTONIO. celebrating your 46th Anniversary.Your .

rounded by palings. The inhabitants of this land were a far cry Raymond A. Teal, son of Mrs. paper has continued to make vast and important con-
from what he had hoped to find. They were savages scantily Anna D. Teal of 2301 NW 66th The Ladies Aux VFW Post tributions to the Black community and can only succeed

dressed and adorned in red and black dyes about their bodies. St., Miami,ha completed basic 8195 will meet Sunday Sept. through the fine leadership which you and your staff have ex-
training Lackland, AFB, 8, at 5 at the home
p.m. post
Little resistence met
was as Cabral took possession of these hibited in the past.
Tex. He is remaining at the all officers and members
peoples and their laud on May 1,1500.In are The outstanding leadership role that you have played in the
Air Force Technical Training asked to be
a hurry to continue his Journey to India, Cabral preparedone present. Mrs. community, particularly during the recent civil Disorder in the
Center for Addle
of his ships for a return trip to Portugal so his sovereign specializedschooling James, president, Mrs. Liberty City area, greatly enhances the positive image and
as a security policeman. Ruth Scott
would be aware of this newly discovered land bestowed Terrada secretary. contributions of the Miami Times.
Airman Teal is a 1968
Vera Cruz.Although Your assistance In reporting accurately the stories of our
graduate of Miami North- .
Cabral's voyage made Brazil known to the world, Funeral services for Kevin agency's efforts in the Dade community to alleviate poverty, -
western Senior High School.
it was not until Martin Alfonso Sousa's arrival in 1530 that Eugene Hart, son of Mr. and is greatly appreciated.

the colonization of this area began with the establishment of Mrs. Charles Hart of 441 OSW Again, behalf of thestaff of EOPI, my sincere congratulations -

the Initial Portuguese settlements.The 25th St., West Hollywood will on your anniversary and may you continue to

Portuguese eager to continue their exploration of the be held Saturday, Sept. 7, at serve the Dade County community in the outstanding manner

Interior of Brazil, worked their way through the dense Jungles 2 p.m. at Range chapel. that you have in th past.

fighting hunger, disease and death at every step.
With the coming of the settlements came politics, and with Mr. Al Floyd oFt Lauder-

politics came religion, and the need for more manpower to dale Is :the Bailiff Pompano.He Sincerely yours,
continue the explorations of the interior. With these developments Is among the first In Bro-
the need for the African was desperately needed, the ward County of our race. He Paul Wyche Director
Is the owner of Soul Food Restaurant Public Affairs Department
people that made possible the further conquest and develop
1111 NW 6th Ft.Laud- Economic Opportunity Program, Inc.,
ment of this Immense
unsettled
underveloped, land. . erdale. of Dade County

BEGINNING OF THE BRAZILIANSLAVE TRADE

The turn of the century saw the Portuguese and Spanish Empires -

playing an active role In the slave trade from the great

"Dark Continent." MR. WALTERS WIG SHOP

We can estimate that the first slaves introduced In the new

world was around 1502 by virture of a royal edict which au SAN ANTONIO. Airman 6011 NW 1 AVENUE MIAMI PHONE: 151-6521
thorized the transportation of Negro slaves from Spain to His- -
Roosevelt B. Adams, son of PRESENTS ITS ANNUAL
paniola. Due to the influence of Father Bar tolomede las Casas,
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore B.
who on observing the results of the slaves the
Negro urged
Adams of 2560 NW 154th St.,
BACK TO SCHOOL SALE
Spanish crown to legalize the Importation of black slaves to Opa-locka, has completedbasic
substitute for the labor of the Indians In mining and agricul-
train ing at Lackland
ture. The black man was considered a much better worker
AFB Tex. He has been assigned -
than the Indian, and less suspectible to sickness and disease. ,
to the Air Force Tech
When the Spanish crown took the advice of Bartolome de las
nical Traning SCenter at Cha
Casas and legalized the Involuntary migration, the Negroes
nute AFB, m., for specializ-
quickly replaced the Indians on the plantations, In mines, and as an' aircraft

in domestic capacities. maintenance ci u1t Airman
It is not*exactly known how many different Africans were sp -
Adams Is 1968 graduate
actually represented In this tremendous movement of black a

humans, but from this time on,no region or section of the vast of Carol City Senior High :

area of Brazil escaped the impact of the Negroid race. From School. -L

this very beginning of slave migration,Brazil has received and :

absorbed the Negro In almost all aspects of Its society.The FINEST :
exploitation of the numerous mines, the creation of a

very successful agricultural economy, and the continual con ,. i
quest of Brazil's untamed all PRINTING
areas depended on the collaboration -
Ann Secretary Mr. Walters President Alice Head Stylist
of the black man, making him an all-important factor in ,
the very existence of Brazil. SERVICE
During This Safe

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SAN ANTONIO. Airman HC 'f"411.

Oliver L. Wilcox, son of Mr. SAN ANTONIOAirman .

and Mrs. Me Math of 1265 NW L. Lowry, son of Johnny D. j

84th Ter., Miami, has com- Lowry of 188 NW 152nd Ter., ; ,

pleted basic training at Lack- Opa-locka Floridahascompleted tI

land AFB, Tex. He has been basic training at Lack- "
assigned to the Air Force land AFB, Tex. He is now assigned \

Technical Training Center at i as a fire protection

Chanute AFB, HI., for specialized specialist with a unit of the

schooling as a fire protection Military Airlift Command at (J (
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special Airman McChord AFB, Wash. Airman JOIj4f
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Wilcox is a 1966 graduate of Lowry attended Miami Carol I4

Miami Northwestern Senior City High School, Carol City, ,

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"M'EM'D'E'A'T"H'S' Mattie Johnson of 5600 a native of Barnesville, South Canon T. R.Gibson,rector
I CA'RDS'1 ] Antoinette Silva,reporterOn
"'- has no known rela-
NW 21st Ave.,died at Mt.Sinai Carolina,
Hospital, Aug. 27. She is sur- tives locally. Arrangementsare Friday at 8 p.m. the
will
vived by a daughter,Ann Dyes; incomplete. Episcopal Churchmen

a sister, Miley Bassa; a son- sponsor a "BacktoSchool"dance
IN MEMORIAM CARD OF THANKSThe at the church. Admis-
in-law, Clifford Dyes and
I George Hamilton of 1400 NW
invited.
sion 35$ and all are
In loving memory of family of the late three grandchildren. Services 71 St., died Aug. 30.He is survived -
were held Saturday in the The EYC and students returning
..... by two dear friends,
MR. GEORGE MORGAN chapel. Mrs. Thelma Williams and and going to college

wish to express our sincere of Mr. Harrison Pinkney. were the guests of Canon and
Mrs. Ruby Mingo Tharps
thanks to the neighbors and Rosary services were said on Mrs. Gibson on Tuesday nightat
12th died in New
I. ' 242 NW St.,
friends and to everyone for Tuesday. Services were held the rectory. The eveningwas
York City Aug. 26. She is survived -
their acts and deeds of kind- ti husband Lester Wednesday, at Holy Redeemer enjoyed dancing, eating
by her ;
# : and just having a good time.
when need- Catholic Church
ffif" ness Just they were '* one son, Gilbert a daughter, Rev. J. F.
: ;
., will be the "Churchmen
Who -
ed most. Thanks also for the 1 Rosa Daniel three sisters, Kiernan, officiating.
;
floral, telegrams, cards and of the Year?" The finan-
Louise Deveaux, Miriam Russell -
"
': cial drive to complete the
cars.
and Olive Mayo; one bro-
Special thanks to Rev.O.W. Master Kevin Hart of 4410 parish hall is on! The follow-
ther Clifford one granddaughter. -
,
Fos ter, Rev. F. W. Tanner, ( SW 25th St. in West Hollywooddied ing men are competing for the
\. : Services were held Saturday -
\
.
: Rev. M. Green, Rev. W. C. at Greater Bethel AME Sept. 1, at Hollywood coveted title: Mr. William J.

.... ,. -'" ..; Edcar, members of Antioch Church, Rev.Johnson,officiating Memorial Hospital. He is sur- Stirrup, Mr. Crispin Fife, Mr.
Baptist Church,choir and ush- vived by his parents, Mr. and Thomas Anderson, Nelson
VERONICA BUTLERwho ers, Choir No. 1 of Greater Dayansa AdahbertSturrupof Mrs. Charles Hart; two bro- Bethel, Alonza Culmer, Ver-

died Sept. 12, 1966. Bethel AME, Mrs. M. Pink- 5621 NW 13th Ave., died Sept. thers, and his grandparents. non Clark, George Ernst Hall,
Two years have passed ney and Delores and the Range 3, at Ramsey Nursing Home. Mrs. Gloria McDaniel Arrangements are Incomplete Vernon Philip, David White,

dear, sinceGod has called you Funeral Home for their under- Services will be held Saturday, 1354 NW 51 St., died at Mercy James Wanza,George Walker,

home to be with him in heaven, standing service. at 10:30 from St. Agnes Epis- Hospital Aug. 29. She is sur- Mrs. Ethel B. Dorsett of Hubert Thompson, and Robert

around the snow white throne, copal Church,Father LambertL. vived by her husband, Ernest; 1560 NW 69th Ter., died Sept. Bentley. Everyone is asked to

we often sit and think of you Mrs. Ivory Morgan, wife Sands, officiating.The body one son, Lee; four daughters, 2. at Cedars of Lebanon Hos support your favorite contes-
will lie in in the M. H. Jeanett Adams Leila McClendon -
repose pital. She is survived by her
when we are all alone. and FamilyIN
candidate.Get .
Rahmings Funeral Home at Lenora Curtiss and Ca- tant or
husband Arthur a daughter,
For memory is the oni!v ; extended
well wishes are -
5235 NW 7 Ave. from 12 noon therine McDaniel four bro-
; five
thing that grief can call its MEMORIAMIn Mrs. Frances Ferguson,
on Friday until 7 p.m., and at thers, James and Joseph Tu- grandchildren th r e e great to Miss Margaret Thompson -
own. sad but loving ;
memory his home from 8 p.m. Friday gerson, Theodore Davis and sister and Mr. Joseph Albury.
one
of our dear wife and daughter grandchildren;
until funeral time. Survivors Donald McCloud three sis-
; two bro-
Washington
Mother, Annie Sears Mary ;
include his mother Mrs.Annie ters, Deborah Mosby, Texella
Father, Hezekiah Sears FRANCISMrs.
Virginia Williams, sister Mckinney Sturrup, grand- and Est e 11 a Tugerson. Re-

Nealon Sears, brotherIN mother Jane McKinney;a bro- mains were removed to Winter thers; one son-in-law; two
ther Errol Wesley, a sister Haven, for final rites. sisters-in-law; three nephews Allaine A. Colston, of

Roderiqua LaBertSturrup; and eight nieces.Services will
15560 23rd Ct. died
NW Sept.
five uncles, four aunts, and be held Saturday 10 a.m. at ,
MEMORIAMIn other relatives. Lonnie L. Howard of 2419 St. Peter's African Orthodox 2, at Fountainhead Convales-

memory of our loving NW 50th St., Apt. 4 died, Aug. Church Canon Cooper,offici- cent Home Services will be
mother, 27. The seventeen year-old held Friday, 2 p.m.at St.John
--- ST. PAUL youth is survived by his parents ating. Baptist Church. She is survived

Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie by one sister Mary Moore
Rev. T. C, Kelley, pastor Howard, Sr.; eleven sisters Willie C. Adams of 115 NW Smith of Fort Myers;two brothers -

Mary Amos, reporter and brothers. Services were 70th St., died Aug. 28. He is Lt. Col. Edwin B.

Plan now to have dinner with held Tuesday, at 3 p.m. at St. survived by his wife, Barbara; Adams, and Fredrick S.

the Pastor Aid Board, Sunday Luke Baptist Church. three children; three brothersand Moore, of New York City.
MRS. IRENE POITIERwho September 8. three sisters. He will be Final rites will be held at Oak

departed this life Sept. 8, Plan now to attend the Tea James Jackson of 4615 NW removed to Greenville, Geor- Ridge Cemetery in Fort Myers
1956. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 24th Ave., died Aug. 30. He is gia Friday for final rites. Saturday.BLACK .

Edward Braynon on the fourth

Gone but no forgotten. May Sunday, Sept. 29.
she rest in peace. Remember our sick and

Milton Poltier, husbandIN shut-1n9and pray that God will
keep them safe and make them I

MRS. ANNIE LEE JENKINSwho strong.
MEMORIAMIn All juniors and young adults POWER I

died September 9, 1967. loving memory of our are asked to meet with Mrs.

Gone, but not forgotten, your dear friend Amos Sunday morning after

memory lingers on.' May you service, to set up our junior

rest in peace. r women's day. Sept. 8.

Hattie M.Becton and Family You said it baby!

HOUSE OF ALBERT

CARD OF THANKSThe
Services for Mrs. Annie
of the late
family Mathes of
1745NW 1st Place
''' .,' were held at
Saturday Temple
.
Dade County's 200,000 Negro
.. Baptist Church. She is sur-

...., ...... vived by one daughter Abigail
.. . ..
"
. ... \' High tower ; three sisters Population Packs $160,000,000

,.. ,..'. . Geraldine Lane, Carrie
Morgan and Mollie Cobbs;one

. II. ; : MISS HATTIE BRACE--- grandson, Jossie McKinney. worth of purchasing Power

'. Services for the late Mrs.

.' "' .. .. .. who 1964.departed this life Sept. 7, Eloise Edge of 10523SW 184thSt. Annually.Call .

., Perrine were held Tues-
"Sunset and evening star day at the chapel.
And one clear call for me

'. And may there be no mourning Ernest L. Brown of 21800
MARGIE LOWE MILLER at the bar SW 114th Ave., Goulds died it Black Power or Green

When I put out to sea." August 29. He is survived by a

wish to thank the Bishop R.B. mother Mammie, a father Power but its Still the Stuff that
Davis, the Church of God of Sadly missed, Benjamin, four brothers ,
and a host of rela-
Prophecy, The Grisbys Willie C., Marvin, Robert L.
tives and friends for their ser- Makes the cash register jingle.ARE
and Arthur Jackson; one uncle .
vices, telegrams, floral
MANKERMILTON Thaddoise Bryd. Services will
pieces condolences andthoughtful
be held Saturday, 1 p.m.at Mt.
expressions ofsympathy
Pleasant Baptist Church in
Therone "Butch" Benjaminof
which was of the
greatest comfort to us in our 6300 NW 15th Ave.,died Au- Goulds. YOU GETTING YOUR SHARE OF
-
sorrows.We gust 28. He is survived by a
mother Deloris, father Calvin RICHARDSON
also would like to thank
the members of the Freewill Peoples, a stepfather Jake Thanlel Hurst, of 1771 NW DADE COUNTY'S NEGRO MARKET?

Baptist Church for their service Saxon, four brothers and five 46th St. died August 28, sur-
sisters. Services Saturday at vivors include his mother

2 p.m. at St. James AME. Betty M., Nathaniel Lee and 'Reaet c 9t. .
The Miller and Lowe
will
other relatives. Services oftlJtteoIt
.
Families Julius Jones of 1461 NW 61 be held Wednesday, 1:00 p.m. \ Sell 9t.

CARD THANKS St., died August 27. He is survived > from the chapel .
by a mother and father '
MRS. MAMIE MORGAN Mr. and Mrs. Willie Jones. Mrs. Cora Williams of 1349 ;J1vta
wishes to thank the neighbors
Services were held Tuesday, NW 55th St., died Sept 1.Survivors -
and friends for all acts of kindness
I in the chapel. include one sister Mar- '
shown them in their hour

: of sorrow. Special thanks to Annie Bell Smith 1405 NW garet Martha Jones Williams; sister-in-law; nieces Ar-, .. :: j l { .

w JP the House of Albert and staff 72nd'St. died Aug. 22. She is sula Turner, Jimmie M.Alex- --.-" -- --"--- ---. _-.---.- -.... --
Marshinell Williams, survived by three sons, Rev.C. ander; nephew Edward Ken- -- -- -

.} daughter H. Smith, George and sey; Chorine Coleman and 6530 N.W. 15th Avenue 691-0421
: Mary L. Brown, sister James, two daughters Lizzie Bevely Ann Green of Miami;

: Joseph Smith, father Williams and Leona Bell.Ser- and five grand nieces.Services
45 YEARS OF SERVING OUR
CONTINOUS COMMUNITY
aunt andfamily held Saturday at ,
vices were at
Essa Jones, will be held Saturday 3p.m.in
.
. .
I Thank you. Bethlehem Baptist Church. the chapel : .-- . . . -" ..

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September" 6,, 1968 23


"Living Witness" Program Shows More Block 'Students At M This YearThe j



Dignity Of Non-College JobsDade University of Miami house 1,920 students in four for students, tests for music

will open its 43rd academic high-rise buildings. majors, and a 5:30 p.m.dinner

year Saturday,Sept.7,with the, Events for Saturday, Sept. for new women students, new
industry and the school ses," the school system the Because people can start of Orientation Week for 7, include campus bus tours resident men students and

system will joinhands in a implementation. "identify" with young people who some 2,200 freshmen and 1-, for parents and walking tours their parents.
"living witness" program to "The partnership between 350 transfer students. A total
have
had successful work
give children a look at the local Industry and the schoolsat experiences enrollment of approximately

world at an age when they can this age level has the great- she explained 17,000 students is anticipated.
"some who now see a job
best develop positive atti- est potential in may
meeting headon Among the new students entering -
only as a chore may begin to
tudes. the problem of the hard- the university this fall
see it as their opportunity and
The program will be designed core unemployed at its root ticket will be 25 "graduates" of the
to better life to
-- happiness -
to fight the drop-out prob- cause--the Junior high drop- UM Upward Bound program ''rz II

lem and to counter the college out," declared Dr. M. Robert participation.growth" community college motivation project, as L .

"sheepskin phobia" by em- Allen, dean of Continuing Edu- well as 25 Negro students entering z i, tr
Charles Potter vice chair-
phasizing the dignity and the cation and Professor of Edu- on John F. Kennedy-
man, Metro Dade County Com-
contributions of the n o n-col- cation at the University of Mi- munity Relations Board Martin Luther King Jr. Mem- .r3.

lege occupations. ami. "A living witness pro- and vice president of Bur- orial Scholarships which were

Theproject was among rec- gram may well give our young dines, pointed out that Dade industry approved by the UM Board of ,+ yr
ommendations at a special Vocational people hope instead of doubt, needs the individual Trustees in May.
institute recently respect in of The
place hatred and worker industry both contri- university will also
co-sponsored by local most of all a for welcome 60
reason study- some new professors -
buting to the economic welfareof
industry and the University of ing the communicable skills the individual and to the total who are Joining the faculty -
Miami's Division of Continuing and for enrolling vocational this fall.Registration.
economic welfare of the com-
Education.For and trades courses." munity.He for day classes FAMU SCHOLARSHIP FUND GETS $6,000 BOOST

Dade's school systemit He pointed out that it is im- sees exciting potential- will be held Tuesday and Wed- Jack Gant (left), president of the General Alumni

will be a broadeningandex- portant that in the impactcountywidewhich nesday, Sept. 10-11,from 8:30 Association of Florida A&M University presents a check

pansion to countywide level young is here people"in this opportunity can be made by visits a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Classes will of $6,000 to retiring FAMU president Dr. George W.

through the guidance depart- country and In this city for and discussions centered start at 8 a.m.Thursday,Sept. Gore, Jr., during commencement exercises at FAMU
--
ment of similar projects which 12.
the willingand the ambitious." around very recent graduateswho recently. The money will be used to provide financial
been conducted in indivi- Residence halls will be
have have successfully entered open aid for deserving students at FAMU.
dual schools and deemed suc- Many Dade County grad- vocational trades and office Saturday, Sept 7at9a.m.and

cessful. uates go on to college. Miss fields -- and by more estab- all new students are to be I

"The program has special Gilkey pointed out. "But not lished blue collar and office checked in by 9 p.m. Sunday, ..,..,.." ROMMEL'S
for the disadvan- 8. New additions to
importance all of them can --or should. workers who have climbed the Sept. cam- CLEANING SERVICE
taged and for minority There are many excellent op- ladder to supervisory and pus housing are two 12storyunits TUI'EL BURt1U Floor Waxing

groups," said Miss Margaret portunities in fields where management positions from of The Towers which now "Your Neighborhood Travel Rug Cleaning

Gilkey director of Guidance college training is not required very basic beginning jobs. TOOTHACHI1.r"'C. Agents" Window Cleaning

Services for the school sys- or necessary. One of the "It will be very helpful for| Residential & Business
tem. best ways for young people to them to see that in-service and = M"er At near to you as your
.1 IMUI Give coll. 6025 NW 7th Avenue
'i yw = telephone. us a
As envisioned the project see that Is through living on-the-job training is avail-1,""*aK dsi mhI ..tfctf -uss Os4't.qsW .. We deliver. 1104 NW 3rd 751.5771 or 751-0551
"
would provide its Industrial proof. By cooperating in mak- able to assist the worker who ...idst Mt for X."*".1. Ax.. FR 98451. Chas. C. James Hand tort Owner
preview at the sixth grade ing these "living witnesses" really wants to learn and pro oru.J1ANNOUNCEMENT- North Manager. ,
level or not later than early ready and available Industry gress." ,

j Junior high school. Industry will be making a great contri- District elementary coun-
would furnish the "witnes- bution." ANNOUNCEMENT
selors will commit- ATTENTION
serve as
The Bethel Temple Kindergarten CENTERVILLA
tees for improvement of this
COX KINDERGARTEN
and Day School will KINDERGARTEN
Overcrowding At Bethune program to and develop will begin liaison immediately be-- reopen for this schoolyear 5861 NW 17th Avenue 1753 NW 4th Court

schools in Sept. 3, 1968. Registration Offers; Announces its opening
tween elementary
isnow going on. You may Free Pick up & Delivery, TUESDAY SEPT. 3
,
disadvantaged a r e a s and the
Causes Refusal Of 500 county guidance office. call hours 633-4162 are or 7:00: 6910446.Our to 4:30. Hot Meals Registration now in pro-

Certified PersonnelRegister gr.II. For information,
Florida State Employment For further information call call
Freshmen Now, Call: 31 1-8488-691-1834
Applicantsgram
Service will provide informa- the above numbers.
'636-3802'! or 69 (-1196Mrs.R.E.Copeland Mr. & Mrs. Will 0. Cox,
tion of job openings and possibilities Miss Clemetine Fox-or Mrs. Supt.

BethuneCookmanCol- Friday, Feb. 7; last day as the project unfolds. Doris Akinst Owners
($6))
lege's record enrollment, for filing applications for .. -- .--
half million dollar building graduation in May, Saturday,

project and a crowded activity March 15; mid-semester examinations -

calendar will make 1968-69 Monday and Tues ]
the busiest year in the school's day, March 17-18; spring Vacation I For the BEST START

history.A begins at 12:00 noon

Thursday, April 3;classes resume Em.pk.virfifwsfoj
faculty pre-planning conference at 8 a.m. Monday, April
is scheduled September .. ,
:
13; pre-registration for Fall " I
3-5. Orientation week ac- ',', ;,
semester, May 1-10; last day '
tivities will begin September 7 for 4
for filing applications ..
for more than 250 freshmen in Thurs
graduation summer,
The freshmen will raise the
1 examinations for
day, May ;
total enrollment over the 1000
graduating seniors, Thursday J.
mark for the third consecutiveyear. and Friday, May 15-16; semester 88 ,
More than SCO applicants examinations, Mon- 88

were turned down because of day-Friday, May 19-23; stu- 11

crowded dormitories accord- dent achievement program, -.

Ing to Harrison F. De Shields, Saturday May 24; baccalaureate y
Director of Admission and
services, Sunday,

Registrar. May 25 and commencement, ., .
Monday, May 26.
General registration will be

held Sept. 11-12. Regularclass .
f
MODEL 11P50A WITH
sessions are scheduledto
JobmobileLocations
start Sept. 13.Construction PRIVATE LISTENING
of a new music
EARPHONE
building and a library is

scheduled for early fall. The Monday, September 9, thru

alumni are raising funds for a Friday, September 13, 7:30 $5.00 It's, JACKSON'S TODDLE INN
swimming pool to be added to a.m. to 4:30 p.m. NW 62nd St. ,

the present gymnasium laterIn and 12th Avenue. (N. W. Cor- DOWN "
Y
the year. ner). r
NURSERY
Other scheduled activities Call 7

, Include: SUPPORT 7515629NO 9 KINDERGARTEN I

Founder's and Benefactors'Day

Wednesday, October 3; YOUR CREDIT 9 PRIMARY GRADES
,
Mid-Semester Examinations, REQUIREDALSO

Thursday and Friday,Nov.14- YMCA ..Y

15 Thanksgiving holidays begin E. - iii.J
3038 NORTHWEST 48th TERRACE :
at 12:00: noon, Wednesday,
I Nov. 27; classes resume Mon- : J

day, Dec. 2; preregistrationfor I REVELATION INTERNATIONAL PEOPLES UNITED FURNITURE Telephone: NE 4-4308

spring semester, Decem- I SPIRITUAL TEMPLE OF APPLIANCES

ber 3 through 11th;Christmas APPLIED CHRISTIANITY'I STEREOSW.T.

holidays begin at 12 noon Dec. I am your humble servant, Visit us or call for details
13; classes resume at 8 a.m. at a minister of the gospel, Mrs. I. B. Joekson-Mosley

t, Monday, January 6, 1969; and have I know 8 years prayer of experience.changes 0 wnoF>Swpervl sprRegistration

semester examinations, Monday things. If you have need 0 f WELLS .
Friday, Jan. 20 to the this service, you may call COMPANY I --- .f
24th. Second semester:Regis- me from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Now Going On
di. Ph. 373-
Mother E. Fl.
, tration Monday and Tuesday, 4062. If you are a prophet In 45 N. W. 54th Street I
Jan. 27-28; classes and late need of papers you can call Miami Florida 33127
no. or write ,
registration begins Wednes- at the some
day, Jan. 29; last day for reg- m.me at this address 19. (439 Sept.3 NW. .......... ..- --. ... A.1t ...4... .---. ...,.
9th St. Apt. : .
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22 THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, September 6, 968CARDS CHRIST

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'M'E'MO' "R'I'ALS Mrs. Mattie Johnson of 5600 a native of Barnesville, South Canon T. R.GibsonrectorAntoinette
t D- EATH"S'1 1 Silva,reporterOn
NW 21st Ave.,diedat Mt.Sinai Carolina, has no known relatives -
at 8 the
Hospital, Aug. 27. She is sur- locally. Arrangementsare Friday Churchmen p.m.will

vived by a daughter,Ann Dyes; incomplete. Episcopal
a sister, Miley Bassa; a son- sponsor a "BacktoSchool"dance
IN MEMORIAM CARD OF THANKSThe at the church. Admis-
in-law, Clifford Dyes and George Hamilton of 1400 NW
I, sion 35? and all are invited.
In loving memory of family of the late three grandchildren. Serviceswere 71 St., died Aug.30.Heissurvivedbytwodear -
," held Saturday in the friends, The EYC and students returning -

MR. GEORGE MORGAN chapel. Mrs. Thelma Williams and and going to college
&. : were the guests of Canon and
wish to express our sincere of Mr. Harrison Pinkney.
. Mrs. Ruby Mingo Tharps
Mrs. Gibson on Tuesday nightat
thanks to the neighbors and Rosary services were said on
died in New
242 NW 12th St.,
i' the r e c t o The eveningwas
friends and to for Services held ry.
Tuesday. were
everyone
their acts and deeds of kind- 1"1'' .rNJ.. York City Aug.husband 26. She Lester is sur- Wednesday, at Holy Redeemer enjoyed by dancing,eating
,' .r vived by her ;
"\ "ifI... ness Just when they were need- one son, Gilbert; a daughter, Catholic Church, Rev. J. F. and Just having a good time.
,, ed most. Thanks also for the ,< Kiernan officiating Who will be the "Churchmen -
,
...
,.... -- ,. ., Rosa Daniel; three sisters, "
florals of the Year? The finan-
telegrams, cards and ,
Miriam Russell
.. Louise Deveaux, -
cial drive to complete the
cars. "
i and Olive Mayo; one bro- Master Kevin Hart of 4410 hall is on! The follow-
,. ,A Special thanks to Rev O.W. parish
ther Clifford,one granddaughter. -
\:- ': .'. Fos ter, Rev. F. W.Tanner, ; Services were heldSaturday SW 25th St. in West Hollywooddied ing men are competing for the

Rev. M. Green, Rev. W. C. at Greater Bethel AME Sept. 1, at Hollywood coveted title: Mr. William J.

,. : no__". !f"it.; Edcar, members of Antioch Church, Rev.Johnson,officiating Memorial Hospital. He is survived Stirrup, Mr. Crispin Fife, Mr.
Baptist Church,choir and ush- by his parents, Mr. and Thomas Anderson, Nelson
VERONICA BUTLERwho ers, Choir No. 1 of Greater Dayansa AdahbertSturrupof Mrs. Charles Hart; two bro- Bethel Alonza Culmer Ver-

died Sept. 12, 1966. Bethel AME, Mrs. M. Pink- 5621 NW 13th Ave., died Sept. thers, and his grandparents. non Clark, George Ernst Hall,

Two years have passed ney and Delores and the Range 3, at Ramsey Nursing Home. Mrs. Gloria McDaniel Arrangements are incom- Vernon Philip, David White,

dear, slnceGod has called you Funeral Home for their under- Services will be held Saturday, 1354 NW 51 St., died at Mercy plete. James Wanza,George Walker,
at 10;30 from St. Agnes Episcopal Hospital Aug 29. She is sur- Ethel B. Dorsett and Robert
home to be with him In heaven, standing service Mrs. Hubert Thompson,
around the snow white throne, Church, Father LambertL. vived by her husband, Ernest; 1560 NW 69th Ter., died Sept. Bentley. Everyone Is asked to

we often sit and think of you Mrs. Ivory Morgan, wife Sands, officiating.The body one son, Lee; four daughters, 2. at Cedars of Lebanon Hos- support your favorite contes-
will lie in repose in the M. H, Jeanett Adams, Leila McClendon She is survived by her
when we are all alone. and FamilyIN pital.
candidate.Get .
tant
Rahmings Funeral Home, at Lenora Curtiss and Ca- or
husband Arthur a daughter,
For memory is the only ; extended
well wishes are -
5235 NW 7 Ave. from 12 noon therine McDaniel four bro-
; five
Frances Ferguson,
Mrs.
thing that grief can call its MEMORIAMIn
on Friday until 7 p.m., and at thers, James and Joseph Tu- thre e great to Miss Margaret Thompson -
own. sad, but loving memoryof his home from 8 p.m. Friday gerson, Theodore Davis and grandchildren; one sister and Mr. Joseph Albury.
dear wife and daughter grandchildren;
our until funeral time. Survivors Donald McCloud three sisters -
; Washington two brothers
Mother, Annie Sears Mary ;
include his mother Mrs.Annie Deborah Mosby, Texellaand
Father, Hezekiah Sears FRANCIS
Virginia Williams, sister Mckinney Sturrup, grand- Estella Tugerson. Re-
mother Jane McKinney a bro- mains removed to Winter two
; were ; one son-in-law
Nealon Sears, brother _
v. S ther Errol Wesley, a sister Haven, for final rites. sisters-in-law; three nephews Mrs. Allaine A. Colston, of
___ Roderiqua LaBertSturrup; and eight nieces.Services will
15560 NW 23rd Ct., died Sept.
k five uncles, four aunts, and be held Saturday 10 a.m. at
IN MEMORIAMIn 2 at Fountainhead Convales-
other relatives. Lonnie L. Howard of 2419 St. Peter's African Orthodox ,
memory of our loving NW 50th St., Apt. 4 died, Aug. Church Canon Cooper,offici- cent H 0 m e. Services will be
,
mother, 27. The seventeen year-old held Friday, 2 p.m.at St.John
ST. PAUL youth is survived by his parents ating. Baptist Church. She is survived -

Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie by one sister Mary Moore
ysr Rev. T. C. Kelley, pastor Howard, Sr.; eleven sisters Willie C. Adams of 115 NW Smith of Fort Myers;two brothers -

S b Mary Amos, reporter and brothers. Services were 70th St., died Aug. 28. He is Lt. Col. Edwin B,

'5 Plan now to have dinner with held Tuesday, at 3 p.m. at St. survived by his wife, Barbara; Adams, and Fredrick S.

the Pastor Aid Board, Sunday Luke Baptist Church. three children; three brothersand Moore, of New York City.
MRS. IRENE POITIERwho September 8. three sisters. He will be Final rites will be held at Oak

departed this life Sept. 8, Plan now to attend the Tea James Jackson of 4615 NW removed to Greenville, Geor- Ridge Cemetery in Fort Myers

1956. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 24th Ave., died Aug. 30. He is gia Friday for final rites. Saturday.BLACK .

Edward Braynon on the fourth

but Sunday, Sept. 29. ----
,. Gone no forgotten. May
---;- i she rest in Remember our sick and
peace.
..,
Milton Poitler husbandIN shut-ins-and pray that God will
,
ft i4 NN f
---,.. -- ..--- keep them safe and make them I

MRS. ANNIE LEE JENKINS strong.
MEMORIAMIn All Juniors and young adults POWER I

who died September 9, 1967. loving memory of our are asked to meet with Mrs.

Gone, but not forgotten,your dear friend Amos Sunday morning after

memory lingers on.-May you 55f service, to set up our Junior

rest in peace. women's day. Sept. 8.

Hattie M.Becton and Family You said it baby!

HOUSE OF ALBERT

CARD OF THANKSThe
Services for Mrs. Annie
family of the late Mathes, of 1745NW 1st Place

'. "$ were held Saturday at Temple
Dade County's 200,000 Negro
: L Baptist Church. She is sur-

.,. .' vived by one daughter Abigail
... ... ,. ..
Hightower three sisters
kv
,: . .., a ; Population Packs $160,000,000
.. Geraldine Lane, Carrie
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.

/ t';::;,",; ,., ;.: MISS HATTIE BRACE grandson Morgan and, Jossie Mollie Cobbs McKinney.;one worth of purchasing Power

.'
!, : '; .. Services for the late Mrs.
this life 7
"j,: who departed Sept. Eloise Edge of 10523SW 184thSt. Annually.Call .
\: ; 1964. Perrine held Tues-
,I..,. were
"Sunset and evening star day at the chapel.
And one clear call for me

And may there be no mourningat Ernest L. Brown of 21800
it Black Power Green
the bar SW 114th Ave., Goulds died or
MARGIE LOWE MILLER
When I put out to sea." August 29. He is survived by a

wish to thank the Bishop R.B. mother Mammie, a father Power but its Still the Stuff that
Davis, the Church of God of Sadly missed, Benjamin, four brothers ,

Prophecy, and a host of rela- The Grisbys Willie C., Marvin, Robert L.
tives and friends for their services Makes the cash jingle.ARE
and Arthur Jackson; one uncle register .
telegrams, floral MANKERMILTON Thaddoise Bryd. Services will

pieces, condolences and be held Saturday, 1 p.m.at Mt.
thoughtful expressions of Pleasant Church in
Baptist
Therone" Benjaminof
sympathy which was of the
greatest comfort to us in our 6300 NW 15th Ave.,died August Goulds. YOU GETTING YOUR SHARE OF
sorrows. 28. He is survived by a I

We also would like to thank mother Deloris, father Calvin RICHARDSON

the members of the Freewill Peoples, a stepfather Jake Thaniel Hurst, of 1771 NW DADE COUNTY'S NEGRO MARKET?

Baptist Church for their service Saxon, four brothers and five 46th St. died August 28, sur-

sisters. Services Saturday at vivors include his mother

2 p.m. at St. James AME. Betty M., Nathaniel Lee and "food Si-
The Miller and Lowe
relatives. Services will
other 'ftUttet.
Families Julius Jones of 1461 NW 61 . .
be held Wednesday, 1:00 p.m. Sd9t.
OF THANKS St., died August 27. He is sur- from the chapel. . .
vived by a mother and father

MRS. MAMIE MORGAN Mr. and Mrs. Willie Jones. Mrs. Cora Williams of 1349 1mr

wishes to thank the neighbors Services were held Tuesday, NW 55th St., died Sept.1.Sur-
and friends for all acts of kindness
in the chapel. vivors include one sister Mar- : .
shown them in their hour
garet Jones; sister-in-law, ... ?- :
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t: of sorrow. Special thanks tolc' Annie Bell Smith 1405 NW' Martha Williams; nieces Ar- '. : .tOPar"i.m
lJJ
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the House of Albert and staff died 22. She is! .. .
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Marshinell Williams, survived by three sons, Rev.C. ander; nephew Edward Ken- -- -- -- -

4 daughterS H. Smith, George and 1 sey; Chorine Coleman and |6530 N.W. 15th Avenue
Mary L. Brown, sister James, two daughters Lizzie 1 Bevely Ann Green of Miami; 691-0421

Joseph Smith, father Williams and Leona Bell.Ser- and five RJ'aDdnieces.Services
Essa Jones, aunt and family vices were held Saturday at t will be held Saturday at 3 p.m. 45 CONTINOUS YEARS OF SERVING OUR COMMUNITY

Thank you. Bethlehem Baptist Church. in the chapel ; '. .. ,.j" -. :. ", '.- -' . ',.


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"Living Witness" Program Shows More Bl Students At M This Year ,:4 t

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Dignity Of Non-College Jobs The University of Miami house 1,920 students in four for students, tests for music

will open its 43rd academic high-rise buildings. majors, and a 5:30p.m.dinner

year Saturday,Sept.7,with the, Events for Saturday, Sept. for new women students, new
Dade industry and the school ses," the school system the Because people can start of Orientation Week for 7, Include campus bus tours resident men students and

system will joinhands in a implementation. "identify" with young people who some 2,200 freshmen and 1-, for parents and walking tours their parents.
"living witness" program to "The partnership between 350 transfer students. A total
have had successful work experiences -
give children a look at the local industry and the schoolsat enrollment of approximately

world at an age when they can this age level has the great- she explained 17,000 students Is anticipated.Among .
"some who now see a job
best develop positive attI- est potential in meeting headon may the new students en-
only as a chore may begin to
tudes. the problem of the hard- tering the university this fall
see it as their opportunity and
The program will be designed core unemployed at its root will be 25 "graduates" of the
ticket to better life to
happiness
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growth community
lem and to counter the college ," declared Dr. M. Robert participation." college motivation project, as

"sheepskin phobia" by emphasizing Allen, dean of Continuing Edu- well as 25 Negro students entering -
Charles Potter vice chair-
the dignity and the cation and Professor of Edu- on John F. Kennedy-
man Metro Dade Com-
contributions of the no n- college cation at the University Miami munity, Relations County Board Martin Luther King Jr. Mem- ,.

occupations. "i1 living orial which
witness
program and vice president of Bur- Scholarships were
Theproject was among rec- may well give our young dines, pointed out that Dade industry approved by the UM Board of
ommendations ata special Vocation people hope instead of doubt, needs the individual Trustees in May.
1 Guidance Institute recently respect in place of hatred and The university will also I
worker industry both contri- 1 1tr
co-sponsored by local most of all,a reason for study- buting to the economic welfareof welcome same 60 new professors I

industry and the University of ing the communicable skills the individual and to the total who are Joining the facul-

Miami's Division of Continuing and for enrolling vocational economic welfare of the com- ty this fall.Registration.

Education. and trades courses." munity.He for day classes FAMU SCHOLARSHIP FUND GETS $6,000 BOOST

For Dade's school systemit He pointed out that sees "exciting potential will be held TuesdayandWednesday Jock Gant (left), president of the General Alumni '
it is
Im-
will be a broadening and expansion portant that in the Impact--countywide-- Sept. 10-11,from 8:30 Association of Florida A&M University presents a checkof

to countywide level young is here people"in this opportunity which can be made by visits a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Classes will $6,000 to retiring FAMU president Dr. George W.

through the guidance depart- country and in this cityforthe and discussions centered start at 8 a.m.Thursday,Sept. Gore, Jr., during commencement exercises at FAMU

ment similar projects which willingand the ambitious." around very recent graduateswho 12. recently. The money will be used to provide financialaid
been conducted in indivi- Residence halls will be
have have successfully enter open for deserving students at FAMU
dual schools and deemed suc- Many Dade County grad- ed vocational trades and office Saturday, Sept. '1at9a.m.and

cessful. uates go on to college. Miss fields -- and by more estab- all new students are to be

"The program has special Gilkey pointed out. "But not lished blue collar and office checked in by 9 p.m. Sunday, ROMMEL'S

importance for the disadvantaged all of them can -- or should. workers who have climbed the Sept. 8. New additions to cam CLEANING SERVICE

and for minoritygroups There are many excellent opportunities ladder to supervisory and pus housing are two 12storyunits 1iUY L BhIREli"Your Floor Waxing

," said Miss Margaret In fields where management positions from of The Towers which now Neighborhood Travel Rug Cleaning

Gilkey director of Guidance college training is not required very basic beginning Jobs. TOOTHA6HI'Owl Agents"As Window CleaningResidential
Services for the school sys- or One of the for & Business
necessary. "It will be very helpful : Mrffw Many. fat OUVJtl. to Mc.MiMt
best ways for young people to them to that service and tst nUtftTMl tkroMMtf IstPMClMI Mta. near to you as yourt'
see
6025 NW 7th
tem.As hit M-Mta' Until Give coll.We Avenue
| MAWMT telephone. us a
envisioned the .u:: .. .. yM..:a. .. I
project see that Is through living on-the-job training is avail-I-tl.t.. de -. . deliver. 1104 NW 3rd 751-5771 or 751-0551
would provide Its Industrial proof. By cooperating in mak- able to assist the worker who Us'" Aslt =d;fSr; "". "5r"V, Avo. FR 98451. Chas. C. James Handfort Owner

preview at the sixth grade ing these living witnesses" really wants to learn and pro- ora-jol* t5239rANNOUNCEMENT 'I North, Manager. ,
level or not later than early ready and available Industry gress." I

j Junior high school. Industry will be making a great contri- District elementary coun-
would furnish the "witnes- bution." ANNOUNCEMENT
selors will serve as commit- ATTENTIONCOX
The Bethel Temple Kindergarten CENTERVILLA
tees for of this
improvement
KINDERGARTEN
and Day School will KINDERGARTEN
program and will begin Imme- re-open for this school year 5861 NW 17th Avenue 1753 NW 4th Court
Overcrowding At Bethune
diately to develop liaison be-
tween elementary schools in Sept. 3, 1968. Registration Offers; Announces itt !opening>>
is now going on. You may Free Pick up & Delivery, TUESDAY, SEPT. 3
and the
Causes Refusal Of 500 disadvantaged areas call 633-4162 or 6910446. Hot Meals Registration now in pro-
office.
county guidance Our hours are 7:00 to 4:30
Certified Personnel gress. For information,
Freshmen Applicantsgram Florida State Employment For further information call Register Now, Call: c a1 1311-8488-69 I-IE34
Service will provide information the above numbers.
and '696-3802! or 69(-1796Mrs.R.E.Copeland Mr. & Mrs. Will 0. Cox,
of possibilities -
job openings
Miss Clemetine Fox'or Mrs. Supt.
Bethune Cookman Col- Friday, Feb. 7; last day as the project unfolds. Doris Akins. (S6)) Owners

lege's record enrollment for filing applications for .
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half million dollar building graduation in May, Saturday,

project and a crowded activity March 15; mid-semester ex-

calendar will make 19 68-69 aminations, Monday and Tues- I NftV |

the busiest year In the school's day, March 17-18; spring vacation For the BEST START

history.A begins at 12:00 noon
EMERSON
Thursday, April 3;classes resume -
faculty pre-planning con- at 8 a.m. Monday, April
ference Is scheduled September 13; pre-registration for Fall
35. Orientation week activities TELlvIJIOJ
semester, May 1-10; last day
will beginSeptember 7 for filing applications for

for more than 250 freshmen.The graduation in summer,Thursday is
freshmen will raise the
1 examinations for
May ;
total enrollment over the 1000 seniors
graduating Thursdayand
mark for the third consecutiveyear.
15-16 semester
Friday May
; N. w
More than 500 applicants examinations, Mon-
were turned down because of 19-23 stu- f$888 + '
day-Friday, May ;
crowded dormitories accord- dent achievementprogram, i ,,S are
ing to Harrison F. De Shields, Saturday May 24; baccalaureate I'

Director of Admission and services, Sunday, "

Registrar. May 25 and commencement, .: ':",-i

Monday, May 26. -.tt.t.hU qJ
General registration will be

held Sept. 11-12. Regularclass
MODEL 11 PSOA WITH
sessions are scheduledto
JobmobileLocations
start Sept. 13.Construction PRIVATE LISTENING
of a new music
EARPHONE
building and a library Is

scheduled for early fall. The Monday, September 9, thru

alumni are raising funds fora Friday, September 13, 7:30 $5.00 It's JACKSON'S TODDLE INN
swimming pool to be added to a.m. to 4:30 p.m. NW 62nd St.

the present gymnasium laterin and 12th Avenue. (N. W. Cor- DOWNCall

the year. ner). r
NURSERY
Other scheduled activities

include; SUPPORT 7515629NO KINDERGARTEN

Founder's and Benefactors'Day

Wednesday, October 3; YOUR CREDIT PRIMARY GRADES.
Mid-Semester Examinations, REQUIREDALSO

Thursday and Friday,Nov. 14- YMCA r t P ,I
15 Thanksgiving holidays begin 3038 NORTHWEST 48th TERRACE

at 12:00 noon, Wednesday, ;
Nov. 27; classes resume Mon- : I

day, Dec. 2; preregistrationfor REVELATION INTERNATIONAL PEOPLES UNITED FURNITURE Telephone: NE 4-4308

spring semester, Decem- SPIRITUAL TEMPLE OF APPLIANCES
ber 3 through 11th;Christmas APPLIED CHRISTIANITY STEREOSW.T.

holidays begin at 12 noon Dec. I am your humble servant, Visit us or call for details
13; classes resume at 8 a.m. at a minister of the gospel, Mrs. I I. B. Jackson-Mosley,

Monday, January 6, 1969; and have I know 8 years prayer of experience.changes Owner-Supervisor

semester examinations, Monday things. If you have need 0 f WELLS
Friday, Jan. 20 to the this/ service, you may call COMPANY .qJ
24th. Second semester:Regis- me from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Registration Now (Going On
Mother E. F1./ ids. Ph. 373-
tration Monday and Tuesday, 4062. If you are a prophet In 45 N. W. 54th Street I
Jan. 27-28 classes and late call
; need of papers you can Miami Florida 33127
the no. or writeme ,
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GREATER ST. LUKE MILLROCK MT. SINAIRev. BROWNSVILLE

Cleo Albury pastorB. BAPTIST
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Rev. O. Taylor, pastor Rev. Andrew Jackson pastor
,
reporter
,.t Alfreda Taylor, reporterOn Ola M. Ferguson,reporter Rev.. and Boney Sister, Albury are Rev. F. L. Johnson, pastor

,:'7 Sunday evening, Sept. 8, the National Baptist Elizabeth Wright,reporterWe
our pastor will render services at attending welcome you to our annual -
Tuesday
I Prayer meeting Convention in Atlanta. They
t at Elder Formers 7:30 p.m., asking all membersto will also in their vaca- Tea,Sunday,Sept.8, from

( church, for those who wish to come out and be in prayer. tion for the engage remainder of the 3 6 p.m. Sis. F. L. Johnson,

attend, the church is locatedon ..'1:.a .. ,. _. ".". Sis- 1 program coordinator, Sister
month. Also attending
Pembroke Rd. and 52nd "I'' .: :: Annie A. Wallace, guest
I'f ters Lee Etta Thomas and
; ;
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Ave, West Hollywood. 'tf' Fannie Williams speaker along with many

On Friday, Sept. 6, Mother All members are asked to other musical groups. This is

Woodley and congregation will in behalf of Men's Day, Sept.
consider the spiritual nour-
;
render services in behalf of '

0** tau Jn QUfurrlf!I &und y Men's Day, which is the fourth : church ishment by and prayerfully growth partici-of the 22.We are grateful to have our

.. Sunday in November. Deacon
School No. 2 Choir inaction.Now that
pating in our Sunday ,
]Burroughs, chairman, Deacon (1' and they are fully organized, they
BTU, Bible Study Prayer |
MT. TABOR ST. MARY'S l Flemming, co-chairman. meeting. ,will singing the first,and third

Hendon Rev. V. Stuart Let us visit and pray for our 'Sunday's.Sister .
James H.
Rev. pastor pastor GRACE Ruby Williams is a
Wllhelmina Sands Sunday 8 there will be sick and shut-Ins.
reporter Sept patient at Mt. Sinai HospitalRm.
Dinners will be sold at the Infant Baptism, the Jr. Choir Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor
418. You can visit or call
church, 1701 NW 66th St.Sat- will serve during the 11 a.m. The newly formed Educa- r JORDAN GROVE i her between the hours of 11

urday, Sept.7,and every Sat- services and choir No. 1 will t tional Fund Committee will be
a.m. 8 p.m. Along with her
urday, until the end of Men serve during the 6 p.m. services dedicated at the morning ser- II Rev. Douglas Cook, pastor and other sick, we extend get

buying dinners may call 691- vice.Remember Eddie Gilbert, reporter !well wishes.
8732 from 10-5 daily and all The Stewardess Board will to attend Wednesday Our Male Chorus and Male

day Saturdays. have a Pew Rally Sunday, at evening discussion The pastor and members invite I Chorus of Greater New Bethel

Please pray for the pastor, 3:30 p.m. you are invited. i meetings at 8 p.m.in which the you to honor and worshipwith Baptist Church, Opa-locka NEW MT. MORIAH

Rev. Hendon and all membersof The Kindergarten of Saint t topic is: "What does the Bible them every second and will meet in a battle of songs,

the church, that they have a Mary's is now open for child-i say about Evangelism?" You fourth Sunday at the Hopewell Sunday 3:00 p.m. at Jordan Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor

safe trip to and from the con ren from ages 3 to 6. For in- are always welcome at Grace. M. B. Church, 1961 NW 62nd I Grove. The public Is invitedto Evelyn Souter, reporterThe

ventions in Atlanta and Wash- formation call 758-160J. or The pastor would like to Street. < come out and witness this Home Mission Societywill

ington, D. C. 759-4851 and ask for Miss i mention the passing of the late contest. sponsor a Tea, Sept. 15,

Pray for and visit the sick Major. 1 Mr. Alexander Russell, aged There will be a program on The No. 1 and 2 Choir will j from 4. 6 p.m. The public is

and shut-ins. We are happy to know that !90, who was funeralized at the Friday night before the third be engaged in a song contest j invited.
Bro. George Farrington and (Calvary Presbyterian Churchin this S u n d a y night after ser-
Sunday of this month in behalf The No. 3 Choir will cele-
ST. MATTHEWS Bro. Moses Mack are home J Winnsboro, South Carolina.Mr. of the Millrock M. B. Church, vices,tso plan to attend. ,brate their anniversary the

from the hospital. Let us continue : Russell, a citizen of sponsored by Rev. Jurdan Let us pray for our pastor f fourth Sunday.
Rev. A. Randall to for them and all Winnsboro while he and his
pastor in
pray was educated Ferguson, the speaker will be family areaway The pastor left Monday for
Annie Vassar, reporter our other sick and shut-ins. ]Presbyterian Schools,and wasa attending the state con-
Rev. Milton, pastor of Taber- \ Atlanta, Georgia to attend the
Don't The Women The of 1967 vention In Atlanta
forget graduates 68 ; long-standing lay leader in nacle Baptist Church, West Georgia. National Baptist Convention,
will observe their annual Wo- who are entering college will I the Presbyterian Church in Rev. Vane Eubank will carryon
Hollywood, the public is invited we hope he has a safe and en-
men's Day this Sunday.On be awarded scholarships Sunday i Winnsb oro. He had an outstanding while our pastor is away. joyable trip. Pleae pray for

the third Sunday the No. in our morning service i reputation as a funeral To the sick, put your trust :world peace. Visitors are always -

2 Usher Board will observeits ____ _-__ director and successful in God and you shall be healed. welcome.

anniversary. Please planto 1 businessman. He gave a great ZION HOPEThe
attend the preanniversaryservices NEW MACEDONIA deal of his financial substanceto SOUTH DADE NEWS

also. Rev. Roscoe Jackson,pastor benevolent causes in his Women Day Committeeis Sunday, August 25th, Mt. KELLY'S CHAPEL

Rev. Ward and congregation Willie J. Beard, reporter 'community. He was funeralized 1 sponsering a banquet on Moriah Baptist Church, held
will be here this Friday in behalf The bus that was scheduled August 23.DRAKE ]Friday, September 13, at the their Annual Youth Day program Rev. William H. Butler,pastor
Retha McKenzie
reporterThe
of No. 2Usher anniversary to leave Macedonia for the Na- church. Tickets are 250. The theme was "Youth ,
Youth are preparing for
tional Baptist Convention has MEMORIAL'Theplstorofficers They may be purchased from For Christ."
Sister Lula Randle is still been cancelled, however any- and any member of the committee, Now is the time to look aheadto their annual Youth Day program

recovering from the Injuriesshe one who would still like to at- chairman or cochairman September. School will be they are going way out
members have made plans for J Jour to make this a grand affair.
received from a car accident tend can contact the New Providence I third annual Women's Day. Sis. Pauline Davis Cochair- opening and the big children
; The public and all of our
on last week. Don't for- Baptist Church, who at We all membersand man. The public Is cordially will be back in school where
are asking friends and your friends are
get to pray for the sickandbereaved this writing have seats available invited.] will the "Small-Fry" be?
friends to help the
please invited to attend this program,
families B.T.U.'each Sunday eveningat A place where learn
they can
in their'financialdrive
captains
Sunday, Sept. 8, at 3 p.m. The
The Singing Angels of < Sister Green is chairman : 5:30.: Sis Glady Woodward nursery rhymes, arts and theme will be: "Youth Expressing -

ST. JAMES Brunswick, Georgia and the and Sister Knowles is the Supt. crafts, musical appreciation, Christian Faith"

Rev. S. L. Gay, pastor National Golden Stars of co-chairman of the finance All captains are asked to report indoor and outdoor games, go
Miami will in after- Sunday morning for their field
Joseph Marshall reporterThe appear an committee. on trips, constant super-

SeD t e m b e,r- ites and service program,Sunday night Sisters Ellis and Wright will banquet tickets from Sister vision. The place, Live and GREATER NEW

their chairman, Mrs.Classie Sept. 8, sponsored by Choir take ads for the book. The Pauline Davis or Sis. Stella Learn Pre School, 17910 SW BETHEL BAPTISTRev.

Porter will reach their goal, No. 2. chairman is Sister M. Mikell, Flowers. 105th Avenue, Perrine. Ages W. K. Smith, pastor
Deacon and Sister Willie Pastors Aide Club will meet 3 to 6 from
because of hard work. They B. and co-chairman Sister Ida years, 7:30 a.m. Alice S. Irving, reporterYou
would like to thank you for your Williams left the city this week Clements. 'Sunday at4OOpm.at the home to 5 p.m. For further informa- are invited to a tea

support at their Labor Day journeying to Brooklyn, New Rev. Dunn, Deacon Hardee, of Sister Annie Williams Dec. tion contact the school. Mrs.
cook out. They will have their York to attend the graduationof and Sis. Fairley left to attend Billy Locke- president. Laura G. Wright, supervisor at the home Sister Carrie B.

first dinner sale Sunday In the their daughter and our Junior \the National Baptist Conven- Baptism Sunday at 7:00 am 1 Donnell, 1960 Washington St.
Musician, Sister Andrea All candidates are asked to be There will be a sale at the
parish hall. j tion, in Atlanta, Georgia. We ST. LUKE
Our Kindergarten opened its Williams from St. John's pray that they have a safe jour- present and bring changing !church Saturday all day. Hot
Rev. L. J. Lee pastor
doors Tuesday morning.Mrs. Episcopal School of Nursing clothings. potato pies and tasty Bar-B

M. Ambrose and the Sunday, Sept. 8. We send best ney.We were happy to have Sis. Don't forget the sick, shut- Shirley Whack, reporter -Cue dinners will prepared
wishes and ins members of bereaved We are happy to announce ]
Sampsonite Board will have an congratulations :Dorothy Brown at communion for your enjoyment.
Please families and those of min our Women's Day will be the
take time out and our
,
after service entertainment on 'service on last Sunday night.Don't Choir No. Two invites you
visit our sick Sisters isters who are traveling to the second Sunday in November.
they are
next Sunday evening. ; forget to continue to visit (to their anniversarybeg1nn1ng
There is a Job offered to a Annie Walker, NW 14th and pray for the sick and shut- Baptist Convention along with Chairman Mrs. Ida Simms, Thursdat night, September12th
middle to Ave. and 69th Ter., L u 1 a Hil- the boys in the Armed Services Co-chairman Mrs. Shirley C. and ending
or
young aged woman ins. Sunday, Sept
lard, 936 NW 66thSt., Orabell in your prayers. Whack, are asking you for your
live-in. 15th.
Salary $70 per week. Come out and enjoy a
Contact Mrs. Betty Brown In Sears, 2500 NW 55th Ter., Bessie Williams, reporter cooperation. ;wonderful program.
Dorothy Tillman 1041 NW 47 CHRISTIAN SCIENCE"So Rev. Paul Freeman pastor Sept. 8, at 7:45 p.m. The
,
Choir No. 2 or Rev. S. L. Gay Christian You are invited toa tea at the
the pastor.To Ter., Carolyn Jones, Jackson God created man in his Harmony Gospel home of Deacon and Sister

the sick and shut-ins Hospital, Rm. 4201, Isolation, i own image, in the Image ofGod MT. Singers will render a program (Charlie Davis Saturday night,
CALVARY here. Come hear and
"The great question is not Amelia Taylor, Jackson Hos-i created he him; male and female see these September 7th, at 8:00 p.m.

what you make of the Bible, pital, Rm. 794, Minnie Boston, : created he them." Rev. S. Atcnison, pastor great We singers.wish to the The deadline has been extended -

but what the Bible makesof Opa-locka General Hospital, This verse from Genesis is Phyllis Beal, reporterAll acknowlege until the Second Sunday
you." Rm. 106, and Brother James included in the L e s son- Sermon juniors are asked to attend presence of Mrs.Cooper from in September for the "one

McMilllan, 843 NW 75th St. If to be read this Sunday in < BTU every Sunday at 5:30. Kingstree, South Carolina. ;Dollar or more Scholarship

CHRISTIAN you can't find time to visit Christian> Science Churches All adults who will, please Remember to pray for the Drive.: ;t
sick .
Mrs. Hart.TEMPLE .
them, remember them when ;around the world. The subjectis i come, much support is needed. B.T.U. is held everySundayat

FELLOWSHIP you bow in prayer. "Man." All are welcome to Our pastor is attending the 6:30 p.m. Prayer servicesare

Rev. P. S. Brown, pastorM. attend. i National Baptist Conventionthis BAPTIST held every Tuesday at 8:00

L. Nixon, reporterAll NEW PROVIDENCE Listen to the subject discussed i week. The members are Rev; L.A.Thompson,pastor !p.m.

members of the various "Released from Ten- :all wishing him a safe and enjoyable Elsie Douglas.reporterThe .

choirs please attend your re- Rev C. J. Burney,pastor sion at Work." over the Bible trip.

hearsals. The president has a Arsula Edwards, reporterThe Speaks to you program at 1:45 There will be a Tea at the No. 1 Choir will cele- FIRST BAPTIST

special message for you. No. 1 Choir will begin Sunday, station WMBM. i church, Sunday from 4 to 6, brate their 38th anniversary ;i
... Sallie is having their 8th Anni- in behalf
Sister Collier celebrating of Men's Day.Do plan the third
program Sunday I
Rev. W. M. Davis
pastor
a name party at her home, versary Friday, Sept. 13, at 'to be there. afternoon. ,
NEW
HOPE: Donella Turner reporter I
Sept. 27. You are cordially Invited 7:30: Will end Sunday even- Please pray for and visit the The will ,
Missionary Society
I
Sunday Sept. 22 the Dea-
to attend this unique af- ing Sept. 15, at 3 p.m.You are Rev. W. E. Sims, pastor ;sick and shut-Ins. Deacon celebrate their anniversary ,
coness Board will celebrate
will be invited to attend. i Mann Is still 111 in
fair. Prayer meeting cordially Loraine Fuller, reporter Grady Jack the Fourth Sunday
program their at 3
held at the home of Deacon Consecration hour of prayer Sunday, Sept. 8 from 4 to 6 i son Hospital. Mr. Willie Mar- afternoon. anniversary p.m.
Rev. W. C. Edcar will deliverthe
I held each at 5:00 will be Fellow-i tin is 111 at his home.CHRISTIAN
I George Washington, Thursday is Sunday : p.m. there a The women's of Temple will sermon.

night. Sister Mattie Simpson a.m. You are invited. ship Tea, at the church,spon- have their annual tea, the fifth The Emerald Lodge No.457
:- is ill ,at Jackson M. ,Hospital,, Let us not forget our BTU sored by the Missionary So- Sunday chairman and
Bryant
HILL will celebrate their anniversary -
,', please visit her. Sunday at 5:30 p.m. ciety, many hidden talents will the committees are expectingyou at the church
.. .. Board has class and ser- All wel- September
The adult Usher Bible prayer be revealed. are 4856
NW 7th to to the
. '.r Avenue rally cause, the 29. Bro. Jefferson McClendonis
V on a paper collecting project vice Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. All come. Sister Gloria Hanks,
Evangelist Rev. Roosevelt; men will give the push in the the worshiping master.The
: to aid In the building fund and members re urged to attend. president
Hardy will begin in rear.
preaching
i speaker will be
Rev.
.. the president, Sister Rose Visitors and friends are wel- The pastor and deacons are our revival meeting, September Deepest sympathy to the Davis. W. M. }'

'!' Munlin Is asking for your cooperation come. still urging all members to at- 9, Monday. Come andhelpsave i McKenzie Family also sister All Pastors Aid Clubmem- ,
to help put It over. Continue in prayer for oursick tend our weekly prayer meeting -
the
loss. Prayer service Annie Matthews.Lef bers
are asked to be present
for the sick and less shut-ins and those who and bible class every'Ibursday
Pray will begin at 8 p.m.Rev. M.M. s continue to pray for Friday night at the church for "

., ,:. fortunate. are bereaved. at 8 p.m. Williams pastor. the sick and sut-lns. your regular meeting.






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Bahamas. Ba- "frank and outspoken, since tions so far indicate that more _, N 3" .rPAt .' ,.,

hamas Premier Lynden delegates represent their own than one million tourists will ,. :\
is that the >
pindllng hopeful views and those of national visit the islands this year. Mr. If \
Secretariat of the Commonwealth CPA branches \
rather than Pindling is Minister of
Parliamentary As- Governments." Tourism and Development, as r /
sociation will emerge as "a well as Premier. F
strong moral force in world "Because of this, I expectthe
affairs' following the 14th conference to be stimula- Observers from the U. S.
annual conference here in November ting and provocative," he ad- Congress have attended CPA
ded. "I would think that the conferences in the past but
"Plenary sessions will deal discussions of the important it is unlikely that any will leave s eta

largely with world securityasit ,subjects on the agenda may election:' campaigning in
relates to Commonwealth well result in the Secretariat's America to attend this one.

countries," the Premier said, becoming a strong moral "We expect high-ranking
and this almost certainly force in world affairs, exert- delegations from each of the Smiling happily with billard stick, in his hand is Anthony Saunders (sec-

means that the Vietnam war knotty ing considerable influence on major" Commonwealth coun- ond from right), of 1784 NW 46th Street, as Bill Conwell (left), Sales Super-
problems tries
and problems in Rhodesia will such as the Mr. Pindling said.
receive considerable attention Nigeria-Biafra dispute." "The United Kingdom,Can- visorfor Pepsi-Col Bottling Co., of Miami presents him with the trophy show-

." The Premier pointed out ada, Australia and India are ing Anthony was the winner of the Intermediate Division ((16 to 17 years of ..

About 200 delegates from 70 that one agenda topic is the relationship sending at least a dozen top age) in the Tri-City Billiards Tournament held under sponsorship of Pepsi-

Commonwealth nations are of the Commonwealth officials each. Pakistan, Cey- Cola and the Dade County Youth Opportunity Program last Tuesday at the
lon, Kenya, Malawi and
to attend the confer-
expected Parliamentary Asso- Zambia will have strong dele University of Miami. The contest, under the supervision of Mrs. Essie Silva
ence. They will arrive in Nas- .ciation to the United Nations. I
sau on October 26 for four days Tourism in the Bahamaswill gations led by senior Ministers (above), Recreation Coordinator for the Dade County Community Relations

sightseeing here and in the Out most likely be discussed ." Board, pitted Miami youths against visiting teams from Buffalo, New York, and

islands of Abaco, Eleuthera, when the delegates take up the Since the Kennedy Macmillan Boston, Mass. In charge of the entire billiards tournament in Dade was Rod
E x u m a, and Grand Bahama. question of development and meeting here in 1963, erick
Silva (right) of the Dade County Recreation Department. Following the
The 9-day conference pro- economic growth, foreign exchange the Commonwealth Parliamentary -
gram stars on November 1. and cultural inter- Association's con- tournament, Pepsi sponsored an awards luncheon for contestants from all
Mr. Find ling,conference course. ference is the most Important three areas involved. Joe Sobczak of Bullafo won the Junior Division ((14 to

chairman, pointed out that Last year the Bahamas had international event to take 15 years of agechampionship) and Walter Bryksa of Boston topped the Senior

CPA discussions tend to be 915,000 visitors, and indica- place in this sunny resort. ((18 to 22 years of age) Division.WOOLWORTH'S .



I National Medical Association Makes History I



Ih \\\'III\' IIII At Houston ConventionThe

73rd Annual Convention physicians, their wives and portant resolutions passed in crowds who indicated their de-
11 1/\ and Scientific,Assembly of the children since 1964, this behalf of the profession itself light and pleasure at what they
National Medical Association Houston meeting was tops in as well as the future healthof saw and heard.
will be recorded as one of the many fields. the patients they serve,and The new President Dr.
most outstanding and far- No previous convention has the hospitals and other facilities James M. Whittico Jr., of St.
reaching assemblage in the ever been honored and graced that render aid and com Louis Mo., took over reigns of
::'i, :- ,;' :'A ': entire history of the organization. with the presence of the Presi- fort that bring relief to the patients the NMA from the outgoing
,
: ;Y":}<' Held at the Shamrock- dent of the United States of entrusted to their care. president, Dr. Lionel F. Swanof

}!;:', /; : : :t Hilton Hotel in Houston,'Tex- America, making a major address Detroit Mich. The new
," as, August 11-13,and attended Likewise few previous Each of the nine Scientific president-elect was elected at'
by the largest number of meetings have seen such im- areas were not only better attended the Third Session of the Houseof

than ever, by the respective Delegates, is Dr. Julius W.
i BRAND specialists who participated Hill of Los AngelesCallforn&!

NEW Zflll MM Z At i7"1,; in an exchanged The new speaker of the Houseof
1968 views and information pertaining Delegates, is Charles C.Bookert' .
to their specialities, but MD., ofClairton
many: of them were partici- Penn., and Dr. Ezman W.
: pants in making presentationsover Ed g e com be of Washington,
S22S0rni. the closed circuit color D. C., is the new vice speakerof
Television Channel which the house. As chairman of
I (; made programs available to the Board of Trustees, Dr.
I4ry Sews Buttons viewers throughout the hotel E. C. Walden of Baltimore,
Makes Buttonholes
+! t during regularly scheduled Md., succeeds Dr., W. T.
,. Blind Stitches I hours throughout the conven- Armstrong of Rocky Moun-
Monograms tains, NC. Dr. Edmund C.

For free f tion.The Casey of Cincinnati, Ohio,
home demonstration section receiving the succeeds Dr Emerson C.Walden -
largest attention from laymen, the new board chairmanas
A CALL 625-1261 WE TAKETRADE INSiEPA reporters and others in addi- secretary of the Board of
----- tion to the physictans,'wasthe Trustee.
ii ieiii; one of Neurology and Psychiatry. Houston is still representedon
{ Its workshops on liThe the Board of Trustees, as
Clean Oil Adjust Negro's Self Image" and "A Dr. Herman A. Barnett was
Commentary on White Ra- re-elected to a new three year
y :y; 98 cism," together with the pre- term on the board. Dr. Edith
Call 625-7261
sentation of "The Negro psy- Irby Jones was appointed by
t1 che, fact or fantasy," and the new president as a mem-
ABBEY DOMESTIC
.y > other topics of current inter- ber of the Important Councilon
15982 NW 27th Avenue
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22nd Ave. 7 to 10 p.m.J. .
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and 12:30: p.m. to 3:30 p.m.,
E. Scott Cottage, 7155 NW Lindsey Hopkins Education

22nd Ave. Center 1410 NE Second Ave.
The March To South View ,
Tuesday, 9 a.m. to 12 noon,
Northwestern Sr. High School. The registration fee$3.00
(Martin Luther KING 1929.1968)) sixteen
1 p.m. to 4 p.m.,7007NW12thAvenue. for the week trimes

LET a mule-train be the caisson NOW the cortege enters Southview I 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.Mi- ter. Students will be registered

Decked with flags and banners too, Where the graves of thousands lie, ami Jackson Adult Center, on a first come first
Place his coffin on it proudly Who were born in persecution 1751 NW 36th St. served basis.

For the populace to view; And as slaves did live and die;
It will symbolize his birthright What could they bequeath their children

He the grandson of a slave, Save a legacy of chains, Open 7 Days-8 A.M. to 10 P.M.
Now the chieftain of his people Though the valiant blood of heroes
Borne in triumph to the grave; Flowed so freely in their veins? The Best For Less At

Borne in sorrow by his loved ones What knew they of peace and comfort
Through Atlanta's weeping street, For the troubled mind and soul?
While the bells are tolling slowly Ah! there was no balm in Gilead
To the marching of their feet. That could make their spirit whole.
I It would break the heart of Freedom

MANY there had walked to Selma Just to see those crowded graves,
U highly d>cat di h lp > -
And to think of and m
With their leader in the van, men women
Who had lived and died as slaves!
And they knew the strength and greatness
fat* r li f of Partdfuff, itchy
Of that kind and humble nun, THOUGH he lies among the buried They had been imprisoned with him And his voice is heard no more,

Felt the lash of racial hate, We can heir: a thundering echo .y
Saw their expectations vanish On the mountain and the shore; P p% Only X
With the closing of a gate, It re-echoes through the nation 1 :

But their faith remained unshaken Like a mighty trumpet t blast, Temple Add ,
Though their hearts were sore and numb, From the White House to the ghetto
And they vowed to keep on striving From the present to the past;
Till the day they'd overcome! It is warning us to honour
Both the martyred and the dead, GROWER w
Lest America should strangle
THEY recalled the words he uttered
In the blood that has been shed! CARS SOLD
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"We will purge this mighty nation IT'S the conscience of a people
From the evil it has done, Most Recent Survey
Who have smote the other cheek,
will it non-violence a
We
change through
Who have
lashed out in their fury
All of us must do our part, 'Gainst the helpless and the weak; Shows 51 % Repeat
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Only can conquer
If America will hearken t
inward to the heart.
Reaching To the keynote of its Creed;
Let us work together brethren Then his dream o! social justice And Referral BusinessMUNICIPAL
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Will become a truth indeed!
the burden will be
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have had wondrous vision
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Of the that at hand
years are ,
Of our great and gallant King]
And rye seen our children's children
Living in the Promised Land!"
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Remelda Gibson It touched black skin and turned it white; the short payment hook.

And then before His hand went back,
LOSS OF A LANDMARK It took white skin and made it black.

The orchard near a canyon stream This miracle 1 1L
brought tears and shame,
Had apples in September Mankind cried out, blasphemed His name;
And cherries in July's warm days, Though skin was changed, men's heart and
Which caught the glow of sunset rays mind

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.. The space which held such high esteem _Gene Griener :
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Spearing with........I. Charity Doubleheaders/ To ShowState's ,' I



w Finest Cage Stars
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Possibly the three finest not scoring a gues.Maga
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I$> Y Nn mP "< rwNA II \. basketball players in the state defensing the other team's
a pre-e a son publicationwhich Small hopes to realize between
I BY HARRY SPEAR I will be on display before Dade leading inside scorer. He'sone covers all facets of football $3,000 and$5,000 for the scho-
of three starters off last
County fans this season when in Miami--the Dolphins, larship fund. There will be two

Miami Football Magazine year's 29-2 team. the University of Miami, the recipients among this year'sgraduating
DOLPHINS HAVE THEIR TROUBLESAfter
Bill Butler only
stages the first annual"Class Key West's ,
high schools and the kids lea- seniors.
Four" high school charity a junior, but a 6-2 1/2 jumping
playing abang-upgamebefore 68,125 football fans and doubleheaders jack who helped Key West ring

losing 22-13, the Dolphins had to lose two key players through The "Classic Four" up a 31-1 record last year.
injuries which will keep them out of action for some time to matches Dade powers Arch- He'll be counted on as theConch's

come Dick Westmoreland is out with a shoulder separation, bishop Curley and Carol City big scorer and loomsas r
and Jack with serious knee injury. all know they I
Clancy a We against two o f the best else- a sure-fire All-starter.
will be missed, yet the old saying goes,never give up the ship.It where in the state -- defend- Blanche Ely's Vernon Tay- .

seems when someone is injured J and the next one in line ing AA State champion Key lor, who is 6-4 but plays like

comes along to take over, they happen to produce the sameas West and always tough Pompano he's 66. The most valuable

the injured player. It panned out many times. Take for instance Beach Blanche Ely. player in Broward County according SOLID

when John Stofa was out last year, Bob Griese came And banging heads when to one newspaper last

along with flying colors, and when Clancy was replaced by those four teams battle will be: year. He and two other start- STATE

Karl Noonan, he took over where Clancy left off and did a Carol City's Calvin Patterson, ers return from Ely's high- '
bang-up job. Mack Lamb looked real sharp taking over for who averaged more than 19 scoring outfit that finished 28- ALL

Dick Westmoreland after all, the Dolphins played their hearts points per game last year in 3 last year. x TRANSISTOR

out, to keep up the pace with a tough Baltimore team, that leading the Chiefs to a 20-5 The charity games to be
really came to play. This game was no disgrace to them.We record. He was second team played Jan. 17 and 18atMi-

never know what would have happened to the game if those two A11-City and will be startinghis ami-Dade Junior College

played the whole four quarters. third year this season as a --AidtheBillBurdick FREE HOME Only
I have been writing sports for a good many years and I never 6.31/2 forward. Scholarship Fund. Burdick, a PRESENTATIONCall

chop anyone player up wheather he does good or bad. I always Curley's David Lawyer, a South Dade assistant football 6251261VISIT 95

like to encourage him. I have never seen a bunch of coaches, 6-31/2 strongman,alsoa sec- coach, died July 21 after lyingin
and players so down in the dumps after the game, when I en- -team All-ity selectionlast a coma since Christmas eve OUR T.rm
tered the dressing-room. Not because of the loss that can BEAUTIFUL SHOW ROOMS
year as a junior.He plays following an automobile acci- ABBEY-DOMESTIC, CENTERS, INC .
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There is a great deal of spirit on this Dolphin team and they

are going to surprise you before the season is over. September -

7, the Dolphins play the Atlanta Falcons in the Orange

Bowl at 8 p.m. Plan Season Tickets
The Miami Times can be purchased downtown at the news Dolphins Family

stand in front of Walgreen's on NE 2nd Ave. and Flagler St.

each week.

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After three seasons with San
Had tremendous first
Diego Chargers, came to Dolphins year
with the Dolphins settingAFL
in expansion draft . ,
rookie record for receivingwith
Was runnerup AFL Rookie of
67 receptions good for
the Year in 1963 . Tied for r
868 yards and two touchdowns t: ;
league lead in pass intercep-
. Was Dolphins' "Rookie of <
tions in 1967 with 10,returning 1/
toe Year" . The Dolphins'
them 127 yards . Dolphins'alltime third ;RedshirtDraft selectionin
leader in intercep-
1966 . Twice caught eight
tions with 14 . Originally
passes in a game last year...
signed with San Diego as a free
A native of
Detroit, now mak-
agent . One of Dolphins'
ing his home in Miami. . Now available for regular season
team captains in 1968.. Mar- Single.

ried, one son.
7-Game Schedule . .
MARLINS PLAY fOR GOVERNOR'S CUP


After a successful season the Marlins have the pennant flag Here's a LOW COST way to treat your entire family to the excitement of the Mi-
flying high over the Miami Stadium. When it was raised by
ami Dolphins 7-game regular season schedule starting September 14.
Serge Bright, the fans stood up and applauded the Marlins so
loud it almost tore the roof apart. It was about time. I don't Family Plan Season Tickets are now available in special reserved seat locations (not

have too much to write about them until after the play offs. the general admission area). Seats will be in Section "C" on the North side and Sec-

Marlins attendance for the season's 61 dates 84,668, compared tion "W" on the South side. Both sections are in the lower deck.

to 1968 62 dates 65,014.Not a bad increase for the Children must be accompanied by at least one adult, and proof of age ((14 and under -

weather we had this year. Bill DurneySr.amdJrasked me to ) must be shown if requested. No children's tickets can be sold separately in
thank all the fans for their tremendous patronage. Manager these sections.

Harry Malmberg and his champs also thank you.They had this
to say "A better bunch you could not have played too, you Make football a family affair at these special low rates. Purchase your Family Plan

were a part' of our winning, with all your encouragement." Season Tickets at Gate 14 of the Orange Bowl today.



OLYMPIC BOYCOTT CALLED OFF Adult Family Cto f) Children

The threatened boycott of the Olympic Games byAmer" Season Ticket L O ((14 and under ) $14

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 6, 1968 29 +

Ex-Lineman Joins FAMU Coaching C\tnH

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TALLAHASSEE. When the < -

Florida A&M Rattlers reported et1
for practice, they were I
an addition to \
greeted by the

coaching staff ..possiblythe DRESS SHOPS LOUNGES ACCOUNTANTS 1 1E.
smallest line coach in college EARL'S ZEBRA LOUNGE 4
football. PATRICIA'S INC. 4400 NW 7th Avenue O. CULME
5843 NW 17th Avenue Earl Edwards Prop.SHADDIE'STAVERN. Public
AccountantIncome
"He weighed only 148 : 6963515LORY'S
pounds when he was playinghere Tax Notary
Phone 633-3735
prl
," says Rattler head FASHION SHOPS 6800 NW 15th Avenue
6112 NW 7th Avenue Live I Entertainment WeekendsUPHOLSTERY 5264 NW 24th AvenueS.
coach Jake Gaither, "buthewas Martin W. Smith
one of the best lineman L. McNEAL
wear the Rattler uniform. FUNERAL HOMES Bookkeeping & Tax Service
Clarence (C. A.) Mont AL'S UPHOLSTERY 1730 NW 57th Street
RAHMINGS EVERGREEN
5509 NW 7th Avenue 691.2114
gomery has picked up a little 4t MORTUARY 759-8907
weight since his playing daysas t r 5253 NW 7th Avenue

a Rattler and he tips the 754-0681 or 754.0682MANKERMILTON REALTORS
PelI1UJ *
scales today at 150 pounds. BROWN REALTY FLORIST

Despite his size, he earned 6701 NW 15th Avenue 4740 NW 7th Avenue MiamI verse r IHCJII
honorable mention All- 691.9151 754-0655

American honors and led the
Rattlers to a 30-9 record during LAUNDRY & SAVE UP TO 40% .

his four years, including CLEANING
ii'J WILLIAMS' ON .3.0 N.w. 7th Asw.trll. .
in 1947.Montgomery .
9-1 season .
nl, FIaNIh
A TAILORS & CLEANERS "
Auto InsuranceLiability
will fill the gap 1 Day Service Alterations
left by former line coach Han 4842 NW 27th Avenue Physical f
sel Tookes who had to retire Phone 634.9251AUTO DamageSR c

from coaching for health reasons REPAIR (
EDW. BRYANT'SGARAGE 22 Filing t _rw -. !
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Considered by many to be So One Refused )1

one of the most knowledgable GOOD DRIVERS

coaches in the state, Mont 4382 NW 32nd Avenue t No Finance Chargeas
gomery has served as head Coaching at Florida A & M He continued, "There is a 635-4210 little as
coach at FAMU and Lincoln will be the fulfillment of a
High great tradition here and I am WINDOW REPAIR .0.-'
High in Tallahassee. He dream for Montgomery. "I proud to get the opportunity to IS0OOVVN WE WIRE FLOWERS,
earned his B. S. and Master's think that all former athletes help carry on that tradition.You HENRY'S WINDOW SERVICE AT SHE LL'S CITY .
ANYWHERE
degrees from FAMU.In look forward to going back would have to have played Operators Install ,Repair Screen Windows, Glass, (South Door) 16.00 Minimum
1964 Lincoln was Big Nine where they played their college football here under Coach Gai- Licensed, Free Estimates Cod. 305
North Conference championsand ball, but at FAMU its a ther before you can understand 635-9869 PLAZA INSURANCE '
he was elected coach of the little more than that." what] mean." AGENCY 754-8061

year. His overall coaching PAINTING & Phone:754-4951

record at Lincoln is 792310. PROTCCY YOUR FURNITURE 5941 NW 7th Avenue 758-4371
ht WITHOUT HIDING ITS. BEAUTYI DECORATING'FAYSON
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SLIP COVERS Estimates AUTO INSURANCEImmediate
371-5914 or 6334765CONTRACTORS
Lights e. CIWTAL 6AU6I ciuiMIAVf SR-22 Filing
I IONS LASTING
fill ISIITAHT Don't be fooled bylaw down payments for applications
e rULivftUAIAMTIID which do not give you insurance coverage. We have
AFL-NFL Pro IIUU J. H. COPEL'ANDCONSTRICTION been In business for two generations and take pridein
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with honest explanationsand
OHM* servicing our customers
SNIP tin honest We insure with companiesthat
answers. you
MTIIIUIVim ISTIMAT. Gener. +-i'
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FootballTeams HUMlifnn ppl, give you the lowest possible rates.
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e CIINIOM PLASTIC'Y LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTS
All VlkTIte IN CALL 634-6233 !g. GOODMAN & SONS
riN MITIM DAT OlHlttHI
SUP COVERS Additions, Fla rm?b.cfrm, both 62nd .,
EXCLUSIVELY t 2633 NA ST. 0X14330

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spotlights National all Football 26 Americanan League Call anytime 24 hour service 374-5082 1 KING THE TAILOR"The

teams in an all-family game I Pants King"
called "Match & Win." The '
game, with an accompanying WANTED I' 6129 NW 7th Ave.
prize structure of almost
$1 Responsible party to make S poyments of $9.00 or $68.20 I ms's
million, will:>e conducted during cosh on a late model.
the six-week period of SINGER TOUCH & SEW Sewing Machine I Pants Made to Measure Any Style

September 2 through October r ZIG-ZAG included I From $19.95
26 Originally sold for $182.40. Has automatic bobbin winder :
1968. I twin needle . Monograms designs. Call mgr. anytime Fast Service Perfect Fit Guaranteed
The game will offer five dif AQC 4CA/I WE WILL GUARANTEE J
Thousands of Patterns for Your Approval
OBlwOi
ferent ways for consumers to i WE WILL DELIVER

win each week for six weeks.
.
Prizes include: six $25,000

cash prizes, 60-1969 Mustangs

and 400,000 other cash Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE REGISTER NOW AT: COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE TV SERVICE
prizes ranging from $1 to
STEREO RADIO TAPE RECORDER
$100. 'MR. JACK"FOR LITTLE FOLKS
The game consists of a
PLAY SCHOOL
saver card with the names of VET TV
ten AFL or NFL teams paired STYLES FOR ALL AGES

to form five games. The 26 The Very Latest In Men's Fashions 3290 NW 45th Street FORMERLY OF JET I IS NOW VET

teams of both leagues willap- SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS 635-5283 or 693.4583

pear at random on savor ITALIAN SHOES 3797735TED
cards. Certain letters of the Hot lunches

team names are printed in yellow 944 NW 2nd AVE. MIAMI, FLORIDA Certified personnel 846 NW 2ND AVENUE OPEN 9109
indicating that theses let
(TF)
ters are to be match edwith '.
letter stamps stuffed in car-I
tons WE'VE MOVED!!! 18 Years of Responsible
of Coca Cola, both returnable
and one-way pack Magic City & Harlem Cabs Building The Community Service to MUFFLERS

ages. Letter stamps will also
be available at point of sale Operating the Citgo. Service Station When Buying or Building

promotion pieces and through NEW NW 62 St. CUSTOM
mail requests. LOCATION. 1501 CALL STANLEY DUALS

Weekly, winning games will .
:be announced through major NEW 696-6400 ji PL '1-3604
area newspapers and point- PHONESERVING Beautiful Homes MCOtSHJ
of-sale displays by local bot- '
THE BROWNSVILLE DOWN- Built on Your
tlers of Coca-Cola. Con- Lot or OursAttractive .
sumers who have completedthat TOWN COCONUT GROVE AND LIBERTY Alterations I. I I i f 8 c.

portion of the saver card CITY AREAS) and
with the pro-football team riv Additions : .
riri Let us Demolish
I names of deselected winnings AUTO INSURANCE Iw '- Your Worn OutHouse
I ga me s, win the prize and Build : A
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winning games. a Lovely New
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FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY .. . ,, . .,,. .. .
: and available '-:' '', ; 'I j '- '< ''-it,1 ;"'%i i'j';':f --.t -"'> ;'?'" ">" : '\ f
About
through outlets SPECIALISTS SR2i tiling* Call Us for Facts >'', .V..>. '. .:'*' ''.-'T'.v2450 '' ;- : ...- '!' "'.; ... **/ -
selling returnable and one- Building
vy cartons of Coca-Cola. Good Bank Financing

Game "staffers' which include SERVICE FIRST STANLEY. BUILDERSInc. / / 8
four "game" letter
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stamps each, will be packed INSURANCE AGENCY
In cartons of Coca-Cola, be- 5497 NW 7th AVCNUt Licensed Insured NW 54th; Street
888 N. E. 79th Street
ginning August 26, 1968 and Miami I Florida 6334300r
running through the week of JIM LIVINSON, Own r Ph n 635.7507
October 21, 1968.

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30 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 6, .

Negro Prisoners Be Allowed ABC Group Seeks
I'
: To Read Negro Publications BEST NEWS STORYIN A Better ChanceAn I

: ; NEW YORK.-TheLDFhas image is directly dependentupon
interracial of local room, meals,texts,and transportation
launched a campaigntoassureperpetuation how he is treated in his 1967 group
of a positive immediate environment.The citizens is forming a new organization no funds are avail-
self-image, and identity with Negro press is without to help outstanding able for needed clothing, per-
the blackcommunityforblack peer in presenting an up-to- I That's the award your community news- students complete their high sonal expenses, etc. Many
prisoners in southern Jails. date account of the black ex paper received last week in competition with school educations at some of families have experienced
perience. The LDF, backed by dozens of other the nation's top prep schools. considerable difficulty tryingto
Much of recent psychological professional scientific en- leading newspapers in the The new group,known as the maintain the youngsters.
findings Indicates that dorsement is attempting to use nation. ABC (A Better Chance) Com-
human behavior is directly dependent the legal processofdealcreatively mittee of Dade County, is Several individuals and
upon how one views with the problem of the We, at The :Miami i i Times, are mighty seeking additional financial groups have already made
himself And., one's self- crisis in black identity. proud of this latest in a series of honors from assistance for children who contributions, but more is
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the National Newspaper Publisher's Association. win full scholarships to these needed, immediately. Mary
schools from the national non- Davis, local ABC representative -
King Really Inc. of Miami i profit corporation, A Better and assistant principal l at
r Chance Independent School Brownsville Junior High can
"Klng Size BUY" REAL TORS 8000 NW 7th All of this is possible i l though simply Talent Search. Although the be contacted for further information -
DADE COUNTY' Ave because you gave your help and cooperationin scholarships cover tuition, .
KINGDOM IS OUR making this one of the leading weekly news-
papers in the nation. We hope you continue to
CALL read,
693.28A 1 1TjT

The fANUBULOUSOPEN '


;:i- SATURDAY AND SUNDAYSee
Miami Model at


Times 5917 S.W. 63rd Street
WATERFRONT POOL HOME

1011 NW87 STREET 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH HOMES
Gorgeous 3 bedroom 2 bath, pool, carpets,
drapes, built-in stove and oven. Many extras. VETERANS $100 DOWNNON


NO QUALIFYING ',;'< VETS $300 DOWN
4 bedrooms, 2 baths, large corner lot, $135 mo. j
1 MORTGAGE FHA $85 MONTHNO
pays all. $1500 down. REALTY::, .
CLOSING COSTS
11820 NW 46 AVE
Gorgeous 3 bedroom,2 bath, huge Fla room, builtin -
stove andovenrefrig., washing machine, well, \1)1P RRORERb FULL PRICE $12,900
pump. FHA $800 down.

4040 NW 181 TERRACE OPEN 7 DAYS JfJ : Greater Miami

Gorgeous 3 bedroom, 2 bath, built-in stove and "., .. ">I.W; :
oven, extra large carport, carpeting prin i k l le rs, Realty, Inc.
well and pump. FHA $800 down. NO RED TAPE MOVE IN!!

Large 3 bedroom home on beautiful fenced lot. PHONE: 444-6133
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 24 HOUR SERVICE Flo room, enclosed porch, new roof, awning win-
HOMES FOR AS LITTLE AS $100 DOWN dows, special pump and well for lawn, carpeting,
We specialize in homes for persons being displaced stove, refrigerator, air conditioner. Bargain at
t in Urban Renewal area, Miami Housing $10,000, $1,200 down and $103 month.WILL'SELL'FOR"FHA .
;1. Projects. Veterans call to see if you qualify.You're VALUATION' w:': '
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only a phonecall away.Opportunity. CBS home at 69th, St. & N, Miami Ave. Tile roof 4 ,/ ,. BY OWNER

Flo room, carport, stove, refrlg., FHA price is .
$12,500_ $400 down and $83.55 month. 18 units $62000 total, $25000 cash above
To Be oM' r WILL SELL"FOR" FHA VALUATION existing 6%. 1st mtg. only $300rmonthly payments -

Modern 3 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS on large corner 25% net return on cash investment.
fenced lot. Tile roof, awnings, jalousie windows, Building location: 14460 NW 22nd Avenue.
In Business central heat, stove, refrig. Bargain at $14,500 FHA, Call Mr. AltersonBy
$450 down, $97.01 month. Day: 635-4595

You Can Be The Owner of SELLER PAYS CLOSING COSTS By Night: 226-1481
: 3 bedroom 2 bath, corner beauty with guesthouse Brokers Invited
tile roof, garage, carport, c.n trol I air
conditioning, wall heat, jalousie windows,
8UnitApartment awnings, fireplace, wall to wall carpeting, stove,
refrigerator. Pretty guest house Is air conditioned
: too. FHA price on this better house is $22,000,
BuildingFire
I $1,400 down, $142,23 month. $500 Down Take Pick

WILL SELL FOR FHA VALUATION ((1)) 60 NW 51st St. 2 bedroom, CBS, Fla rrn.

Proof 2-Story BuildingsLess Lovely 3 bedroom CBS with lots of extrasl! Tile ((2)) 1428 NW 30th St. 3 separate houses.
roof, jalousie windows, modern kitchen, lots of
cabinets and closets, 2 large air conditioners, ((3)) 7420 NW 17th Ct. 2 bedroom CBS.
than four old I (heat and cool) stove, 2 refrigerators, washing
years I machine, drapes fenced yard, pump & well for ((4)) 1890 NW 50th St. 2 bedroom CBS.
i lawn, plastic pool. FHA price $16,000, $600 dn,
$106.34 month. Our opa-locka number is 6243666. ((5)) 2973NW61st St.2 bedroom, CBS, porch.
WANTED
SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS ((6)) 4407 NW 17th Ave. 2 houses, 1 lot.

BUYERS 2 like new duplexes on NW 82nd St. near 25th ((7)) 5573 NW 4th Ave. 2bedroom fenced.
Ave. Tile roofs, jalousie windows, built-in ap porch,
pliances, formica kitchens, with lots cabinets,
$6,500 Each FORD REALTYINC. Broker
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gas heat, gas heat. Those modern duplexes are
LIVE BETTER well worth the FHA price of $17,000, $700down 3639 NW 15th Ave. 635-4595
CHEAPERFREE
,and $112.55 month.
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GAS WATER

Beautiful one bedroom apartments -Terrazzo floors - WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES-
Tile baths Off street parking
Fully
landscaped YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR
Telephone and television outlets already installed in $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VETOR BEING CARLTON REALTY
each apartment Free use of community T. V. antenna. DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY
,,m .- Sewer and city water. 3014 NW 19 STREET

Close to Swimming Pool- Park-Recreationol Facilities 693-4772-- 635 -3177


REALTYBROKER FHA-CBS 2 bdrm 1 bath, LR, Fla rm, K, Dr,
., cpt., $12,600, $700 down, $98 month pays all.

$240 @ MONTH MORTGAGE PAYMENTS L_ ,, -t'< FHA-CBS, 3 bdrm, 1 bath, LR, K, DR, ut rm,
cpt., closed porch, Bar-B-Q, fenced, sprinklers,
i\; $800 @ MONTH RENT COLLECTION & UP 4932 NW 7th .Ave, ";'';.;: ; ;1' work rm, $15,200, $750 down, $130 mo. pays all.

i. 9-4371 :: :" ** NO QUALIFYING
.. \!,:s:. Ie'-_ PL ; CBS-Doll house, 2 bdrm, 1 bath, LR, Fla rm, K,
-', 16000 NW 27 Ave' ' din area, cpt.,fenced. $8775,$1,000down, $69 1.0.

g FOR APPOINTMENT WRITE BOX NO. 2 BEAUTIFUL WATERFRONT 3 bdrm, 1 bath,
'' 6243666pen : :" : LR, K, screened porch, gar, Bar-B-Q, 72'x150'!
MIAMI TIMES ..., $11,500 $1500 dwn
\ $100 mo. pays all.
t 6530 NW 15th Avenue-Miami, Fla. 33147 II"'!,>""""<:,,,,, ", 0, Evenings i Sunday. .;I;;" .'!1.,>,':;'. "-:\W,.,. MANY OTHER CHOICES
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I j I "Any where In the world BILL mm'

C 'L ASS I FIE DAD S you TICKETS want to COSTNQMO&E4T go" THE


,15 WORDS OR LESS SI.50. 5C FOR EACH ADDITIONAL WORD FORDSAY'S. GIANT

s t DEADLINE FOR ClASSIFIEn" _Ans.. :UESDAY.6 pj,. . HERE'S MY
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f Beauty shop for sale or rent Effiency. Men only.Lights and Furnished apartment with "Your Neighborhood Agents" Travel CAR DEALSOpen

fully equipped with five booths water free.Nice location.4001 yard. Call OX 1-2426. R' Monday thru Friday
$300 down and$50 month.691- NW 11th Avenue. < Ae near to you as yourtelvphono. 8130 10 p.m.
Give call.
I us a
9072. 4 bedroom 2 bath Room in private home for W. deliver. 1104 NW 3rd Open Saturdays 8:30-6 p.m.
Vets and clean 1740 OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY
221 working woman. Ava. PR 98451. Chat. C.
down no closing people $550.00 down. NW 49th North Manager.
FHA $500 St. Ph. 6354078. FROM NOW ONt
costs, CBS duplex, 1 bedroom $89.74 monthly.Seller pays all i
the
each side. Live rent free. 17th closing costs. This is 1 CBS furnished apt.Air cond.,

Avenue NW 44th St. Near bus probably the most fantastic patio, adults only. No pets.
and shopping. Call owner at bargain available in Dade Small deposit. Working couple
County today. Aetna HOME AWAY
634-0942. Realty only. $32 week. 1350 NW 52nd
(Broker), 811 NW 54th St., Ph. Street. FROM HOME

Beautiful large 2 bedroom, 2 757-5724, open 7 days. : / Tourist Accommodations

bath CBS home with Florida $22.50 per week. 3 bedroom I Do you hove a friend or re-
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2116 NW 96 :
Ter. -2bedroom
room, plus 2 bedroom CBS unfurnished f ram e : 6738NW lavtive visiting? Beautiful

cottage in rear, excellent lo- No qualifying, $500.00 down, 23rd Place. Following his big hit in private home for rent. Dail y
monthly payment tailored to basis.Air cond.,wall/wall '
cation. FHA terms.No closing "The Dirty Dozen," Jim 64 BONNEVILLE
costs. Edison Realty,Realtor, your budget. Total pricell- Large front room for working Brown plays a tensely dra- carpet, all utilities furn. Conv., full power, fac.
175 NW 62nd St. 751-2441. 500.00 this is the hottest deal woman. 4758 NW 21st Avenue. matic role with Rod Taylor and including garage, TV & air, loaded.
". in town, be first,bring money. Phone.
Aetna Realty(Broker), 811 NW Yvette Mimeux in MGM's"Dark Shown by Appoint. Call 9
Community action agency Private room, refrigeration, of the Sun" stark adventure I
54th St., Ph. 757-5724. open 7 a.m.toS p.m. 691-5283 or
hot and cold water for steadily
serving rapidly growning set in the Congo of
metropolitan area is now in days. employed single man only. 1960. Evenings 696-2538&Weekends: 4'J

process of decentralizing pro- !3026 NW 14th Ave.GorgeousCBS References. $11.94. 121 NW Now playing at the Miami (N29)) r

gram operators and is seekingnine 2 bedroom, garage, oak 39th Street. Drive In Theatre. 4 dr. *M ambitious Individuals ..po'W.eV' tSW, ..
energetic floors, wall to wall carpets,
for positions as tar- fenced yard, total $13,000.00 3115 NW 65th St. 2 bedroom, I

get area directors. Area directors assume mortgage. If you have big yard, $18 week. 373-7973. I

may be responsiblefor $1,000.00 down and can af- COCA-COLA HELP WANTED

community action pro- ford a monthly payment that Rooms men only. Cooking and '
grams in areas with popula- Includes everything $110.00 TV. 634-5627. Bottling Co. YOUNG MAN Convertible 64 T., BIRD\ air.

tions as high as 40,000. Indi- this can be yous today.Aetna Route Salesman ((20-25))

viduals will be responsible for Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th HELP WANTED High school graduate
mobilizing community resources St., Ph. 757-5724, Open7 days. fimlary white. ,
and for the quality and Beautician with or without cty training good personality. We

operation of ongoing anti-poverty "NO QUALIFYING" license. 691-9072. ."u.t'rf 21 or over will train you. No ex-

efforts in given geogra- 2 bedroom, nice home, cleanIn and a resident of perience necessary. r t

phic area, including neighborhood and out, easy down payment, Beautician wanted. Call 751- thelreeterillinni Good starting salary. A e eoTfli itvfl

service, child develop- near school, buses,etc.Ready 7449 or 691-9392. Area Wonderful chance for i
ment, and youth centers.Ap- for immediate occupancy. < advancement.
Send
plicants m u s t have demon- Drive by 2115 NW 56thStreet, Insurance salesman. Full or .Ipp'tf h "person nt
301\.\'. 29Ch St.btlictrn .
steated prior commitment to then call us, Fenster Realty, parttime. Be your own boss. I 10 resume to: Miami I I '
workingwith' poor, and must* M Broker, 759-8779. Career opportunity. Great fu- I end 3 a.m. Times, Box No.3 64 LINCOLN
skille d administrators who ture. 7545568. p.m. 6530 NW 15th Ave., Cont. Conv., full power,

possess qualities of tact,per- CUSTOM BUILTDUPLEX ."0"day',0149'. Miami, Fla. 33147. fac. air.

severance, and initiative.Sal Luxurious CBS Duplex 2 bed- Friday

ary ranges from $9,696 to room 1 bath Florida room on Best of care for infants and )
$11,220, depending on qualifi each side air conditioner, spa- 691-1954 .
toddlers in my home. .. ,
cations. Send includ-
resume, cious bedrooms large closets,I'' "
ing references, before Sep- specially built for owner'spersonal Antioch child and day care MALE LAUNDRY HELP 6'SMUSTANG
tember 9 to J. Marvin Smith New .Co.llntt.bl" 'uB
location pOWf"Shcup
Special Assistant to the Exe- use. Excellent center. Open. Free pick up. Loaders, pullers, extractor operators. Good ,
FHA $1600 down. $147
4760 NW 7th Ave. 754-2985.
Production bonus. Excellent
cutive Director, Economic wages. company -
month. Drive by 2375 -77 NW
Opportunity Program Inc. of 95th Ter., Phone 666-0411 for Baby childcare can be found benefits,' paid vacation, permanent job.
Dade County 395 NW First St. Must be 18 in No
inspection. Atlantic and at 1225 NW 55th St. By day or or over. Apply mornings.

ther Miami information, Fla. 33128. For 3770174New fur- Pacific Realtors. week. Mrs. Bessie Roberson, phone calls pl ase.Ask for Mr. Findley, Na- GRAND 64 PONT.PRIX

751-4708. tional Linen Service, 1950 NW 1st Avenue. Full fac. 1
Large 2 bedroom home, many power, air.

Electric Stove, large liv- extras, very clean, plus 2 Assistant Manager Trainee.
ing room chair. Dining Room
room apartment for income. Over 35. Sober, reliable, high I I'J'
table. Reasonably priced.Call Only $1,500 down. Call 681- school graduate. Will train.McDonald's .
371-8965. 6049. (Sep. 13)) Hamburger Res- FEMALE LAUNDRY HELP r
:MON.T RE

Carol City. 3 bedrooms, 2 taurant, 3325 NW 79th Street. Flat work, feeders, folders. Good wages. m,," '.hw'q ., dW'r r

baths, swimming pool, no DON'T BUY just A HOUSE1 Infants and toddlers. Best of Excellent company benefits. Paid vacation,

qualifying, by owner. Total Own a Duplex or 4-Plex care in my home. P.L 8-9972. permanent lob. Production bonus. Must be 18
with INCOME to make the
price $13,320. $2,000 down. pay- over. Apply in No phone calls
mornings.
or
ments. VERY LITTLE CASH Child day care in my home.
$97 month. 624-4016. NEEDEDI! Modern 2 & 3-bed- Your child will be .given the please. National Linen Service. 1950 NW '65 GALAXIE

(Sep. 20) room BEST BUYS to show you. best of care Phone 759-8335. 1st Avenue. Ask for Mr. Findley. 500, 2 dr., HT, auto, V8,
fac. air
(Indef.) power.
PAN-AM REALTY
3 bedroom CBS, fully furnished -
1749 S.W. 8th St. 373-4716
built-in kitchen, $10,000
Mothers, mothers, if you are
cash. 635-3857 Thursday thru
DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
1621 NW 44th Street looking for a clean home,good
Sunday. Full carpeted 2 bedroom,plus food, experienced babysister, Division of Vocational, Technical and Ad wit Education :6 c L1MAHS I

"FHA" sleeping porch, remodeled 'whom you can trust, call us. ANNOUNCES CLASSES IN y

Beautiful 2bedroom home. kitchen, price$8500.only$300 Day 633-6607,Night 63 -2002,
Large enough for bedrooms, down FHA, Vet's $100 $84. 633-2732. Free pic tup and de TRUCK DRIVERS TRAININGAll
all we have key,
month pays livery. (bidet)
Fla. room, big kitchen, gar- A. Ben-Kori, Realtor anytime types of trucks including tractor and trailer driving
age, east of expressway.Down 759-2425. Excellent employment opportunities upon successful '65 XL CONV.

payment plus closing cost. By MISCELLANEOUS Completion of course 4 speed radio, bucket ,
appointment only. "This is a 2320 NW 96th Street Draperies taken down, Next classes begins on Tuesday night Sept. 10., 1968 teats, extra sharp. e
real buy." Call us to show, Duplex 2 bedrooms each side, cleaned, decorator folded and from 7 to 1 10 p.... .

Fenster Realty, Broker 759- tile roof, very nice $18,000 rehung. Lustra-tone Drapery Class meets Tuesday and Thursday Evening

8779. total $800 down FHA, one side Service, 887-8022. (Indef)) Instruction on Modem Equipment I
vacant for new owner,we have Total cost of the course is S20 Resister Now
Room, couple and man call key. A. Ben-Kori, realtor, For further information call 3503505 after 2 p.m.

Friday morning only. 693- anytime 759-2425.
2534.

DUPLEX-FHA-HOT DEAL
Private refrigeration,
room,
hot steadily Large 2 bedroom, duplex with
and cold water for James' Draperies
'
employed single man only. screened-in porch tremen- 66 CORVETTE
References. dous value, price $16,900. Convertible, 4 Speed,

$700 down payment,don't miss We buy scrap starters, bat- & Service radio-heater, WSW, Full J
161 NW 68th St. A special this one. Drive by 820 NW 60 teries, generators, alumnium power. 1

deal for Veterans and 221 pea St. Then call Fenster Realty, brass and copper. Midas Phone 235-8816 '
1
ple only. Gorgeous bedroom, Broker, 759-8779. Metals Co. 2770 NW 32nd Ave Austin.d
,oak floors, carport, Florida '.(Sept. 13)
room, FHA $13,300.00. No NO QUALIFYING"Mothers BEDSPREADS DRAPERIES SHADES Florida's Largest Ford
closing costs. Total downpay- Dealer
mothers, if you are UPHOLSTERING CARPET Home Owned & Operated

This ment doll$550.00.house MonUy will $88.04.not be looking for a clean home,good All prices trimmed fit your pocket 3801 NW,27* AY.MIAMI.

available long. Bring your deposit food, experienced babysister, s You will like the way we do businessIn U..d Car NE 5-0310
trust call us. DOUBLE ACTION CLOSED SUNDAYS
,
can
whom you home convenienceCall
all at
seller pays your your
today from
Night 633-2002, 15 minutes most anywhere
closing costs. Aetna Realty Day 633-6607, for 235-8816 In Mla",1I
Free pickup and de- Z Eid*llll1iEJ Appointment
(Broker,) 811 NW 54th st., Ph. 633-2732. (tadel>
757-5724, open 7 days. livery.



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it interest else. That's why Miami' Times readers spend up to 3 hours reading what they consider
f in the MIAMI TIMES their newspaper. Like a weekly magazine, the Miami Times stays in the
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:t,. One out of every 5 of Dade's ONE'MILLION imputation are Negroes .
And 25 per cent one out of every 4 Negroes are regular readers of the
Miami Times.
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";.t";<" ,30 000 : :: r ; ages of 18 and 49 . primary consumers. Aside from representing ovcF one-third.
:' I '. of all Negro families with 3 or more members vast market for daily household
$ ; read items-they include the newly-married "first-purchasers," as well as the nowthatthechtidrenhavegrown" -
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$5,000.00 are regular Miami Times readers....

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market target and whose buying decisions do influence the less-educated Negro.
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