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Point of View :

By WILLIAM II. (Bill) MILES

After more than a hundred years, since slavery, the many
scars in the minds of the black man have been re-opened in
'South Dade.

The day school opened some one hung a man-sized(boy) .
black dummy In effigy on the campus of South Dade High
School: and, with signs, reminded the black students that this
is what happens "niggers" In a "white man's school. Vol. -16, No. 4 MIAMI, FLORIDA I FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1968 32 PAGES -15
The black students also l learned on the first day of school
that the Confederate flag is not only a pet symbol of athletic
spirit in the school, but also serves to remind the black stu- OPEN HOUSING .9 W
dents that if they wish to attend South Dade High School, they
must do so under the banner of the old Confederacy, and listento STop
the "Dixie which white raclsm.At this ui I t.ll I VI\
song, symbolizes officials of five local sent letters to the CRB out- educators this area, said While the new open housing
school, the American flag Is secondary. colleges joined the Community lining their particular experi- CRB Chairman Harry Cain, legislation does not go Into fall
On of last week of white students
a large
Wednesday
group Relations Board Tuesdayin ences in regard to housing for former U. S. senator from effect until January, 1970,
brandished Rebel Flags and waved them under the noses of the
a strong appeal for imme- black professors and students. Washington state. Cain said, "We in Dade County
black students. On Thursday, the black students brought to
school, In protest of this treatment, not the flag of the "Black Dade diate voluntary open housing in The Greater Miami Urban "Losing these people wouldbe must be concerned with the
Panther Party," but the American flag. The acting principal County. League the Greater Miami an economic, intellectualand here and now."
suspended them from school. Helping to present the housing cultural loss to Dade
The black students were told that the Rebel flag Is a symbol problem Negro College Coalition, the Miami Dolphinsand County," he said. "It would Under the law,with a few exceptions
of the school -- but it Is also the symbol} of the K.K.K., the professors and students are other community organi- also cast reflections on Dadeas any owner of an
zations also sent letters to the
with four
John Birch Society, the White Citizens' Council, the States facing were University of Mi- a community incapable of apartment house or
Rights Party, and the supporters of George Wallace for presi- ,ami President Henry King county commissioners offering doing voluntarily what Is more units will be forbidden
dent. No matter what you caU it,or how you try to rationalizeit Stanford, Florida Memorial their support the open right." turn down any applicant for a
it Is the symbol of white racism -- no more, no less.It College President Royal Pur- housing provisions of the civil vacancy he has, on the basis of
Act of 1968. Cain said the solutionis
is high time that the morally concerned racially unbiased. year, and representatives of Rights only race or national origin. ,
white people if there Miami-Dade Junior College to persuade apartment own-
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racially unprejudiced -thinking ,
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'( There Is an increasing, ers to do of their own voli- As an example of the Immediate -
are any) in South Dade come out of hiding, and speak out .. Biscayne College and Barry pressing need for suitable tion what they'll be forced to need for suitable housing
against the white racism which Is running rampant in the community College.
for black Intellectuals Cain
I housing for the growing num- do under federal laws taking ,
y before we have a real explosion. The Mack people in, \ All five college presidents ber of Negro intellectuals and effect next January. said, there are 11 recently-
I the South Dade community: are asking you for the last time to, .1 recruited members of the MI-

speak out and to speak loudly, 't ami-Dade Junior College faculty
!1 You can write letters to the School Board, the Superlnten- who have been turned down
!1 dent of Public Instruction, the County Manager, the County Black Businessmen To Buy by landlords who had vacan-
I Commissioners, State Legislators, Senators, Congressmen; cies.
: and everybody else you know. ,-".,'&,';
The black students of South Dade High School went'before The situation has become
i the school board, and asked that the racist concepts be phased $500,000 Miami Firm more serious with the openingthis
out of the school, but the board passed: the well-known buck"* week of Florida Memorial
I I by saying that this problem,would have to be settled in the College with some 60 black
community; knowing full well. that the white Racists 'In"the j It was recently reported that area, holds government con- $750,000 Labor Department faculty and staff members anda
communityand there are many)would never agree that volua-" through the support of a tracts to make service uni- grant to train hard core unem- predominantely black enrollment -
1 I tartly to the phasing out of their beloved racist concept of "The $350,000 Small Business Ad- forms. ployed.Mr. Cain said.
1 South Will:Rise Again .* ':; #i ii I ministration loan a group of The acquisition by the Mor-
i, It would appear ,that |f the school board has the tJQ" black businessmen, headed by ris group will represent the Morris "Finan And, he said, the problemis
phase out black schools and black principals, as it has,done,"Washington:! first entry of black businessmen cial arrangements are being also cropping up among pro-
then It certainly must have the power to phase out a nick-name:, ., into the garment industryon concluded this week and future fessonal athletic teams in the
which Is creating such: problems for all the people in the South,1 I purchase of the Golbe Bag Co. a large scale, and will pro plans call for ownership participation area such as the Miami Dolphins -
Dade area *" '. wxF.. "-'''v w.'t l of Miami, The company, reputed vide opporunities forapporxi- by both employes and and all have asked help
\ If not, the campus of South Dade.High School is as good a to be one of the finest cut mately four hundred persons other Miami community Individuals from the Community Relations

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Multi servic community being planned by Dade County summer in Perrine.
..1 centers enlarging the present and City of Miami, with the The neighborhood facilities
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.: war on poverty facilities are first scheduled to open next program will consolidate and
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,
... localize community services,
according to Mrs.Aileen Lotz,
...; Wage Dispute Closest senior administrative assistant -

.. County Manager
.. Porter Homer.
.. Roval Drive-in Metro's Perrine center will
.. be built where thepresent
The Royal Drive-In Res- still thinking. Perrine Economic Opportunity -
taurant, which has operated Meanwhile Elizabeth Gundy Center Inc.now exists.The
6840 NW 15th Ave,for the with eight years service Rose $300,000 budget Includes pro-
past 15 years, is closed downin Bailey with 12, and Florence visions for a medical' clinic
.. a wage dispute with three Smith with 13 years,report to staffed by resident physicians,
veteran waitresses who have work every morning at 5:30 to as well as expanded recrea-
.C. been with the business from remind approachingcustomers tional and employment facili
eight to 13 years.Well,it's not that they are not there .
exactly closed. But considering any longer. This pains Mr. ties.A Florida City Homestead
that only four customers Forrest no end.
center, which is up for federal
.. ( patronized the place on Wed- Two other waitresses, Ann fund approval, will be con-
nesday, owner Tony Forrest Campbell and Florence Kirk- structed by Metro on Lucy St.,
..c Closed up and went home at land, refused to join the just west of NW Sixth St. on
1:30 p.m. striking three and say their land donated by Florida City,
The waitresseswhoare $8 and $10 tips on a good day according to Mrs. Lotz.
: ELIZABETH E. JONES J paid $5.00 for a nine-hour day, help compensate for the low The City of Miami is now
asked the boss for an Increase salary. Elizabeth, Rose and negotiating architectural contracts
:: "What our youngsters need is less criticism and more dedicated : to $1.00 an hour. The boss offered Florence say this is the first for a center at Coconut
$6.50 a day. All three raise they have ever requested Grove's Elizabeth Virrick
the
leadership . Less talking and more doing is answer. *
.p leader without waitresses said $6.50 a and with the rising Park, according to Assistant
meaningful words of Elizabeth E. Jones,
These are the day would be fine provided they cost of living feel that they are City Manager Paul Andrews.
Miami's Girl Scout Troop 409. In fact, these are more than words to
peerof did not have to do the short- entirely justified. A center for the Liberty City
: Miss Jones; for she is one of those rare individuals who practice what order cooking also. The boss Meanwhile, what'11 you area will probably be built on
she preaches. This is attested toby her enviable record as a scout leader. wanted to think about it. He's have? Johnson Photo the TACOLCY propertyonNW62nd

Troop 409 has always ranked among the top in the local council, state and .. ... --_._A.. ____ Street.
nation. .
A native of Huntington, West Virginia, Miss Jones moved to Miami in ... !
0' 1956 and in I960 she helped to organize the troop and took over as its .I RO"ll Stiturday/Js
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: first leader. ,
To date, more than 150 girls have benefited from her exemplary lead- : 7'F V (ft"1ft > > fS 1 Y fj .

ership and have moved on to greater heights in employment, family and .. lastchance '

community life.' ... your

The troop has received many honors for community service; the most ...
: cherished of which is the Reader's Digest National award in 1965 in recognition
to
of its outstanding service to local senior citizens. : '
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IC Troop 409 is one of the most traveled troops in the state, having traveled ..: i :f&

as a unit to such places of interest as the New York World's Fair; .. V M

-tr the Hemisfair in Houston, Texas; Juliet Lowe (Girl Scout Founder) birth .... n reglllMfeMir"T' ;

: place, Savannah, Georgia; the Girl Scout National Program Center, Pato- / M
mic, Maryland; New Orleans, La.; Great Falls, Md.; Washington, D. C'.; :

iC Nassau, Bahamas, and others. .. iVoverrber 5

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2 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 20, 1968

I Urban Renewal' Area Rezoned ForThe Apartmentsarea Riot Damage Claims


Blame' InadequatePolice
MiamiPlanningDoard zoned from single-family and HUD's real estate officer, back Into the hands of the
Monday rezoned a 6.6-acre duplex usage to medium dens- told them that the housing people," Regan said.
tract in the Urban Renwal ity apartment usage. agency is encouraging de- six build- ProtectionTen
District so Metro's Depart- Two persons, Farris and velopments so that they can Regan said some
submit their
ment Housing and Urban Development Majorle Rhodes, of 316 NW 16 eventually be purchasedcondominimum ers will propo- claims have been filed den owner of J. & J. Drug Department .
can rebuild it. Street, opposed the change, style by the sals for the land-One part area-of Lit- against the City of Miami for Store, 1410 NW 62nd I
The land-bounded by NW claiming that it would do away low Income families living in tle HUD's project ; businesses during St.
15th and 17th Streets, and by with single-family housing in them. by Oct. 14, at which time the i damages to distur-
months racial
reviewed by the last
NW Fourth Ave.and the North- the area. "This is designed to put plans will be blaim inadequate
and the Metro ;bance. All claimants -
South Expressway was re- But Edward Reagan, Little most of the ownership of th e housing agency protection.
Commission, and the$103,000 ; police
land parcel sold to the developer Damage claims filed so far
whose plans they like !are by:

I Negro Promoted To General most. i er Herbert of Frank Brameister Brameister, own-De- rt

should begin partment Store, 1460 NW 62ndSt.
BINH CHANH, South Viet- infantry brigade in combat. Light Infantry Brigade and has Construction of
the Arnold Rhoades, owner
and
nam-Col Frederick E.Davison The U.S. Army commanderin been in command ofthebri- by March or April, : ; 1342
should be Bon Marche Cleaners,
received the stars of a briga- Vietnam, Gen. Greighton gade since his predcessor was first apartments
Feb- NW 62nd St. David Klein,own-
completed by January or ;
dier general Sunday,becomingthe Abrams Junior pinned on wounded more than a month
third Negro American stars. ago. He now assumes official ruary, 1970, he said. er of Sampson's Market, 1466
history ot achieve the rankof Davison, 51, has been the command of the brigade. NW 62nd St.
general and the first to lead an executive officer of the 199th The area includes a church- William Wong, owner of
Davison started his careeras Market 1280 NW
Joe's Quality ,
school complex and an open- -
an infantry officer in Italyin 62nd St., and of Joe's Seymour
park area.
World War n where he wasa spaces Food Market, 13.04 NW62ndSt.

Management Training company commander. He "There are those of us who I i .; Star Service and petro- 1--
I came to Vietnam November have waited for a decade anda leum Co., 1199 NW 62nd St.; Dr. Ira P. Davis, popular
Presented On TVIt's of 1967. His wife. is a teacherin half, wondering when some- Edna Rubin, owner of Goldie's and well known Miami dentist,
Washington.The thing would be done," said the Liquor Store, 4226 NW 32nd is recuperating at Cedars of
new -- Supervisory and Course outline will include: only other Negro gen- Rev. Edward Graham, a plan- Ave. Lebanon Hospital after under-
Management Development by The communication process, eral in active service is Air ning board member. Robert D. and Margie L. going surgery onSaturday.Dr.
Television! communication patterns, resistance Forct Lt.Gen.Benjamin Davis Shambaugh, owners of A. Davis has been an outstandingcivic
to change, choosing Davis' father was the first Negro "If we don't get moving in i Cycle Shop, 1384-90 NW 54th figure In the community
Dade
County public
in cooperation with the schools Florida communication patterns, list- general, rising to the rank that community, we don't know I:St.; I.B.H. Liquor Corp.,own- for many years and friends are
chapter of the American- ening, improving feedback of Army brigadier general in what will happen. We'd better I er of M. & M. Liquors, 1260- wishing him a speedy re
skills. World War n.i vote yes." I IA 70 NW 62nd St.; Julius Kes- covery.
Society for Training and De- A A A A A & & .

courses velopment in,the will field offer of manage-three * * * * * *ci * * * * *

ment beginning September 16,
17, and 18. _
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Any organization having a
TV set can participate in the
courses which will be aired at *
4:15 p.m., or arrangementscan cOMES OPERATION
be made to meet eveningsat -3t
several local high schoolsto :
receive telecasts which will REGISTRATION
be broadcast at 7:30 p.m., reports :
Don McCullough,super-

and visor television of instructional production.radio The ( ts Later Than You Think! Now Is The Time Toi

daytime telecasts will be over i lt fh *
Channel 2,the evening telecastsover
Channel 17 (UHF: t

The trio of courses and the I I- *

days they will be offered include
; Developing Commun-
ication Skills, Mondays, six A VOTELESS PEOPLE IS A HOPELESS PEOPLE *
weeks
beginning September

16; Management, Tuesday, six weeks by Objectives beginning -- REGISTRATION BOOKS ARE AT THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS *

Sept. 17; and Con-
trolling Turnover and Absenteeism .'
Wednesdays, eight ic \
weeks beginning Sept. 18. First Baptist Church Metro Justice Building' *

The TV classes follow a OF BUNCHE PARK 1361 NW 12 STREET __ ,, \ I l {.,,
:
15100 NW 22 AVENUENeal's ___
successful
pilot run
program .r *
last spring in which 90 per- 7'
sons participated from Metropolitan Supermarket Shell's City ,

Dade County, Paley's 4825 NW 21 AVENUE 5941 NW 1 AVENUE *
Fried Chicken, St. Francis I
Hospital, Food Fair and Dade

County Scbools.Conducted. 9( Grand Ave. Barber Shop St. John's Baptist Church *

through the 3141 GRAND AVENUE JOHNSON HALL

school system's division of COCONUT GROVE 1328 NW 3.AVENUE
Vocational, TeachnicalandAdult *"

Education, each of the Northside Shopping Center a
Liberty Square Com
courses will cost $20 per stu- unity Center
1900 NW 21 AVENUE
dent,. which includes student d3( 6304 NW 14 AVENUE
conferee materials and dis-

cussion leader guides. Dis- ....., James E. Scott Community Center
cussion leaders should be de- *
signated by participating -r' 1200 NW 22 AVENUESeptember .
groups and prepared to follow -
up each 30-minute telecast. 9 thru September 21 *
Certificates will be awarded

upon course completion. Persons MON.,. WED., FRI. & SAT. 9 AM TO 5 PM'TUES. & '(HURS. 9 AM TO 9 Pf,
interested should contact *
Roy Smart, coordinator of
supervisor management, 350- QUALIFICATIONS TO REGISTER
3651, immediately for registration THE REGISTRATION BOOKS ARE IN *
information. Group -r' itizen of the United States Resident of Florida

sizes should be not less than one year Over 21 years of age Resident YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD NOW

six nor more than 25, he ex- of Dade County Six Months ,,-, '
plains. Important If have moved } _).
: you You must register :'" *
Instructor for the courses iu If you have not voted in 2 years-You must re-register LAZINESS WILL KILL YOU JiC
Developing CommunicationS

t 111 s will be Malcolm E. Register to vote for Freedom Better Housing 84,000 names have been taken *'

Shaw, management consultant, '" Jobs More Recreational Facilities Better
Westport, Connecticut. Streets Water Better Street Lights. off the books. A,

Don't Be Goat and Is YOUR name still
a Register Vote there? MY

1 .9( If you are squawking more and accomplishing *

less, then register today so that you can vote for : '
better I I .. 'to t

b oouLe ACTION 4: a tomorrow."I'm I too young to register,
! MIAMI is ?

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 20, 1968 3


Chester Byrd Named UM Associate County Union Employees '



Director of Student ActivitiesChester Win Pay RaiseUnion


A. Byrd Jr., for- and as a member of the Visi- employes of Dade Recognition of the union as with the union promising that
mer Dean of Boys at Ever- ting Committees of the South- County Sunday accepted bargaining agent of the em- their union activities will not
glades Jr. High School In Fort ern Association for the evaluation with little dissent a con- ployes. Interfere with getting their
Lauderdale and a Florida edu- of Florida A & M Urn tract that would give them Grievance procedures with Jobs done.
cator for the past 19 years,has 4 E versity High School(Tallahas.. raises ranging from two to 15 arbitration as a last resort. Dangerous Jobs entitle em-
been named Associate Direc- see) and the Roulhac (cqHighSchool per cent, plus higher Metro Labor management com- ployes to a minimum of two
tor of Student Activities and (Chipley, Fla.). contributions to their retire- mittee will be organized in all physical examinations per
of the Whitten Memorial stu- From 1949 to 1960, he was ment fund. departments to settle prob- year on county time and at
dent Union at the Universityof associated with Rosenwald Participation in the voice lems that don't qualify as grie- county expense.
Miami, according to Dr. High School in Panama City as vote at the Communications vances. Probationary periods are
William R. Butler, Vice a biology, general science and Workers' Hall was low-a few Shop stewards can spend as reduced. Jobs presently requiring -
President for Student Affairs. physical education teacher, more than 100 employes were many as two working hours a year's probation will
Mr. Byrd will work closely coach, athletic director, stu- there- but acceptance of the per day on their union duties require six months.
with Willia Sheeder DI- dent council sponsor and cur
B. one-year contract was enthu-
rector of Student Activitiesand riculum committee chairman.
siastic. Only two members
the Whitten Memorial Student From 1960 to 1963,he taught voted no. Miamian Joins Central
Union, and with his staff science and mathematics at
Wingate Junior High School, The next step will be formal
"lam delighted that Mr. York University, Florida At- Fort Lauderdale. ratification by the County
Byrd Is Joining" our student ac- lantic University and at the Mr. Byrd is a member of the Commission.Lee State U Faculty \'
tlvitiesstaff, said Dr.Butler. University of Miami where he Dania Planning and Zoning
"He brings with him long experience is Tafel a vice presidentof
currently pursuing graduate Board, the National Associa- ,
of working with young work.A tion of Secondary School Principals the American Federation of WILBERFORCE, Ohio. E II
people and I look forward to his resident of 717 SW2Terrace the Ward Chapel A ME State, County and Municipal Two librarians have been addedto
becoming an integral part of in Dania Mr. Byrd is Church, Omega Psi Phi fra- Employees, read the contractto the taft of Central State
"
the university community. vice president of the Broward ternity and numerous other the members and answered University.
A native of Panama City, Association of Assistant Ad- professional, social and civic questions before the vote was "
Mr. Byrd received his B.S. ministration (cq) and a char- organizations.He taken. When it was over,manyof They are Ben} minGuiltord
degree from BethuneCookman ter member of Dania's Human and his wife, Eugenia, the members congratulatedthe 21, acquisitions librarian and
College and his Master of Relations Board. have three sons. Mrs. Byrd is union official and mem- instructor in cataloging and
Education degree at the Uni- He has served vice presi- an instructor at Dillard Ele- bers of the union's negotiating classification, and Russell H.
versity of Miami. He has done dent of the Bay County Teach- mentary School in Fort Lauderdale committee.In Benedict, 44, head of the catalog -
post-graduate study at New ers AssociationPanamaCity( ) ue department. Guilford
addition to the 15 per cent occupies a new post. Benedict *3
raise for skilled trades,the replaces the recently retired P
others got a$250 general raisein Miss Charlotte Lytle.
Seek $15 Billion Black Business addition their two per cent t.
Miss Wanda Crenshaw
I increase. Metro's assumptionof L. S
a greater share of the retirement head librarian atCSU,said the \
In 3 YearsThe fund in effect gave all addition of Guilford and Bene- -
5,500 employes covered an ad- dict w1l1"fa c il1 ta t e the research BENJAMIN GUILFORD
members and Benefict has the B. A. de-
National Business Lea- cial and industrial America." presented as never before by ditional three per cent raise. faculty
the studies of students" from Emmanuel Mis-
gue, pioneer black business Outreach n differs from Out- current public concern for Previously, employes paid gree
development group founded in reach I in that it emphasizes "block capitalism." He urged six per cent of their wages into through "improved process- sionary College and the M.S.
1900 by Booker T. Washington capital rather than manage- them to utilize the black com- the fund and Metro did the ing and retrieval." degree from Florida State

meeting for its 68th Annual ment training. Outreach n is munities oldest indigenous organization same. Beginning Sept. 30, effective University
Convention in Cleveland, specifically designed to fit NBL,and to strengthen date of the contract, Guilford has the B. A. degree Free Transportationto
called upon Presidential can- within the current frameworkof it locally and nationallyas Metro will contribute nine per from Morehouse and the
didates and the national busi- national policy and requiresno the key private vehicle for cent and the employes three. master's degree in library Register
ness community toassistNBLin new federal legislation. It ghetto economic development. Other new benefits agreed science from Atlanta University. Call:

creating a black business features use of the Local Development Accordingly, National Business -, .upon if.eightsessionsbetweenunion He is the son of Mr. and I VOTE" POWER .
community worth $1.5 billionin Company Programof League's Convention '681'., and Metro negotiators Mrs. B. J. Guilford of Coconut 693.4041Congratulalions ;
Grove.
three years. S mall Business Adminis- is addressed tolaying plans include:
The National Business Lea- tration (Section 502)) and Title for seizing the opportunities
gue comprises over 50 local n, Section 202 of the Economic presented to minority entre-
city chapters of grass roots"or Development Administration preneurs by present urban development -
rather "curbstone" urban Act to obtain additional finan- activities. Featured -
black entrepreneurs. It oper- cial leverage speakers at the Convention I I

ates under federal subsidy !in President Burrell offers the are Howard J, Samuels, /
13 cities, Project Outreach I, National Business Leagueas Administrator of the U.S.
a program of management the vehicle to organize a Small Business Administration -
training and technical assis- large holding company to be ; James F. Reilly, Partner
tance to generate new and to staffed by professionals and Goodbody and Company which
Improve existing "ghetto" perts who would _organize recently announced ghetto andBest
businesses Local Development Company'sIn economic development plans;
NBL's President BerkeleyG. black ghettoes across the Dr. Kenneth Wright, Chief
Burrell of Washington,D.C. nation and would provide seed. Economist for the insurance
in his speech entitled "BetterLet capital to purchase their industry's billion dollar urban
Us Do Our Thing" an- equity shares. development fund; Robert Wishes For Success
nounced Outreach n as a pro- The program aims also at Ear I e s, General Manager of
gram that "will once and for developing partnerships and Avco Corporation, Roxbury,
all bring black Americans into Joint ventures between local Massachusetts; and James
the mainstream of commer- black LDC's and expanding Howard, president of Meister ,. ,
-
larger corporations. Brau, Inc.,and chairman of the fo
Teacher Sues I President Burrell also Outreach I effort to focus the
challenged black businessmento ghetto interests of the white

For JobA assume greater leadershiproles business community, throughthe
in their communities and National Committee fLORIDA MEMORIAL COLLEGE
63-year-old schoolteacher to seize the social and economic Equal Participation in Business \
\
claiming she lost her Job opportunities nowbeing ,
because Negro instructorswere
being phased out of St. WHAT CAN YOU DO FOR DADE?
Augustine schools, filed a fed-
The Concentrated Employment Program of
eral court suit Monday chal-
lenging constitutionality of a Economic Opportunity Program, Inc. is new
1955 Florida law. and it must be built from the bottom up. It

Marie Seniors, a teacher in demands top flight talent to gain employment
St. Johns County schools for 33 E
opportunity for hard care disadvantaged residents -
years, was Joined by the Florida of the Model Cities Area. We seek dedicated -
Education Association in
people for the following
competent
the suit against Supt. W.Doug
las; Hartley and the county jobs.
school board. Three ((3)) Assistant Directors Staff Services -

The suit asks a threeJudgecourt Trainee Support, and Operations. Salary
be convened to deter- 12316yr. Applicants should be college L.L. BROOKS, Pres.

mine whether Florida Statue graduates with at least three years of relevant
231.36 was used to remove Ne-
work experience preferrably in a supervisory
gro teachers violation of the
BONDED RENTAL AGENCY INC.
capacity.One
14th amendment to the U. S. ,
Constitution. ((1)) Training Coordinator. Salary $9-

In her suit, Mrs. Seniors 2 00/1 r. College graduate with experience in

says the law in question dele- education for disadvantaged, preferrably with 4150 NW 7th Ave. Phone 759-8733 ..
gates to school officials "an emphasis on curriculum development.

unfettered power arbitrarilyto Preference for residents of Dade County
Lockhart
Charles
George P. Harth A.
establish and sub
jectively determined pursue criteria Model Cities Area. Send resume' to Mr. Henry General Manager Public Relations Director
E.O.P.I. 395 NW First Street
which will govern the contin- Thompson, '
ued employment of the plain- Miami, Fla. 33128 or call for appointment:

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Bayard tI .,. r : To Be Equal


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Rustin by Whitney M. Young Jr.
Office: 6530NW 15th Ave. Miami, Fla. 33147-Phone:691.0421

H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher \ I Executive Director National Urban Leami*

GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor SpeaksTh 'b\

STANLEY I. SWEETING, Theatrical Editor I The Biafra CrisisWhile

National Advertising Representative
Amalgamated Publishers, I Inc.:'
310 Madison Avenue. New York, N. Y. 10017 The Choice Is ClearWhen the world's eyes are on Prague'and Vietnam, thou-
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association sands of people are dying of starvation in Biafra. In fact, the

2400 S. Michigan Avenue Chicago, III. 60616 I was young my grandmother used to ask me: "If whole Ibo peoples -- several million of them -- face death

SUBSCRIPTION RATES you're so smart, why aren't yourich?" fdlike.to ask a simi through starvation or arms in a brutal civil war.

ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS S3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 lar question of those who are now saying to the black com- But many people who are upset by the tragedies of Vietnamor

munity: "Don't bother to vote. It makes no difference who who rush to condemn the Russian rape of Czechoslovakia
Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post wins." If this advice made sense, then after all the years we haven't spokent out to protest the sufferings of black people in
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876
didn't (couldn't) vote, we should be fully free. Nigerian war.
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"The Who are the non-voters? By and large, they are poor and That civil war has been going on for over a year and until

the world NEGRO from racial PRESS and national believes antagonism that America when can it best accordsto lead low-Income people including Negroes. They are the people recently it has been buried in the back pages of those newspapers -

every man regardless of his race creed or color his human who get the worse deal in this society. On the other hand, those who have bothered to carry it at all. Only in the last

and legal rights. Hating no man, ,nearing no man..the Negro who vote generally have higher incomes and better educa few weeks have we seen the horrible pictures of wan, all but

are Press hurt strives as long to as help anyone every is man held In back.ditar' the firm. belief that all men tions. They get the best deal- which is why they vote. They lifeless children, their arms and legs sticking out of their undernourished

have their stake and they mean to keep it. bodies like so many sticks.

That's why there's nothing radical(or very smart)about the How can supposedly civilized countries watch such horrors

It $ nttbnnh so-called radicals who are telling us to"go fishing on election without doing anything to end them? If such sufferings were

day. Their line sounds real tough and cynical, but it's justa going on in Euroupe or other white nations, would the world

hot air prescription for another expensive round of white stand idly by? .
"Lord, enlighten thou our enemies, for we ore in
power by default. Maybe some of the soapboxers can afford The Nigerian affair is very complicated. The Ibo peoples of
from their folly than from their wisdom.
danger
greater a four-year dose of conservative rule,but the man in the street the eastern region of that country declared their independenceand

John Stewart Mills cannot. formed the state of Biafra after 30,000 of their fellow-

The circumstances surrounding Richard Nixon's nomination tribesmen were massacred In riots in the Moslem northern

CONGRATULATIONS BRIGADIER GENERAL prove that the Republican Party is firmly in the hands of its region. The Nigerian government, backed by British,Russian

Colonel Frederick E. Davidson has received the star of a right-wing -- a coalition of conservative business interestsand and Egyptian arms and aid, invaded and blockaded the eastern

Brigadier General from General Creighton Abrams, the U.S. Southern reactionaries a la Strom Thurmond. Nixon con- region.

Army Commander in Vietnam.He' is the third Negro in American fided to his Southern supporters that he opposes open housing Few supplies are reaching the starving east. The Nigerian

history to achieve the rank of general and the first to lead legislation. He has also said that we can forget about spendingany federal government feared that a "mercy" air route to bring

an infantry brigade the 199th Leight Infantry in combat. more money on city problems if he's elected. food to Biafra would be used as a cover to bomb Nigeria or to

Davison 51 years old, has been executive officer of the unit. Despite the clashes between brutal police and provocative import arms. And the Ibos of Biafra refused to accept a com
to extend demonstrators in Chicago -. and I witnessed some of those promise offer of land route
This is worthwhile news and Ye Editor is pleased a through Nigeria that would bring

congratulations to such a worthy person. horrifying confrontations .. the Negro-labor-liberal forces food by trucks. Nigerians might poison the food, they said, or
are clearly on top in the Democratic Party.The victory of the they might use it as an invasion route.

TREASURE SHIP FOUNDA integrated Mississippi delegation, the seating of Julian Bond, It is hard to pick villains and heroes in this. Certainly, I
the routing of the regular Alabamians -- all indicate that the
don't pretend to be able to judge the rights and wrongs of
Spanish three-decked Treasure Ship merely used as a war- days of the Dixiecrats in the majority party are numbered. events taking place 5,000 miles away without first-hand know

ship or as a merchantman trading to South America, that was They are fleeing to Wallace and Nixon. With their departure, ledge of the facts.

sunk In a hurricane off the Florida Keys,235 years ago (1733)has ) there is a vacuum which the black community can help to fill, But there can be no question about the humanitarian aspectsof

been found by treasure hunters.The wreckage was buriedin thus radically changing the structure of the Party. this bloody war. How can we be silent while children starveto

sand at a 35 foot depth beyond the three-mile Florida underwater Without minimizing the conflicts that raged among the McCarthy death? When the Russians blockaded Berlin three years

boundry.Dr. McGovern and Humphrey backers, it is interesting to after the end of the war, we launched massive airlift of sup-
Peterson of the Smith Sonian Institution said the treasurewas note that all of these men are more liberal on the basic Issues plies to keep our former enemies from starving. Aren't Ibo

an extremely valuable collection. than any candidates ever nominated by a major party. lives worth as much to us?
The Democrats' final choice, Hubert Humphrey has a civil
NEGRO HISTORY BOARDIn Surely we must have learned something from World War n
rights record unmatched by national political figure. His
any which saw a saw a silent, passive world accept mass death In
.
championship of the workingman and black Americans
Washington, the House voted to create a commission of : are central Europe, an event we all swore would never happen
11 members to make a study of Negro history:and culture, and mainly workers- has earned him the enthusiastic support of again. But it has-- it is going on right now, and we have to do
the labor movement. His efforts behalf of
disarmament
sent to the senate a bill to authorize the president to appointthe on are something about it. The U. S. ought to join with the Red Cross
acknowledged even by critics of the Vietnam War.It .
commission from persons who are authorities on Negro and the UN to mount a massive food airlift to end the starva-
would be a national tragedy if these assets lost to
history and culture. Commission members would receive no were us tion of Innocent people.

fixed salary but would be paid$100 plus expenses for each day because of the divisions among the progressive forces over Black Americans especially, have a responsibility to urge
Vietnam -- especially when the alternative Is
of official business. They could hire a staff and fix its com a Republican"solution" such actions on our government. And they ought to question
in Southeast Asia. The in Vietnam
war will end
pensation. some of the black nationalists
who
are so openly pro-Arab
before long, but our problems at home will haunt us for gen- about
the
Egyptian role in this slaughter of black people.
erations if we do not act now.
ELLIS' WIN A SUPRISEYe I have never been able to understand the love affair between
Not since
1876 have the stakes been so high for the black
some black nationalist spokesmen and the Arab world. Arabs
Editor watched the Patterson-Ellis bout on televisionlast community. With the polls predicting a close race, our vote
Saturday and like many others was surprised at the decision can elect the next President. So there's nothing Wallace and were enslaving black people long before Americans imported

favoring Ellis. In his opinion itshouldhave been Floyd his ilk would like better than for us to "go fishing" on elec slaves. A UN report said that slavery existed in Arab countries -

Patterson the winner. However the referee felt otherwise. tion day. right up until a few years ago,and it probably continuesin

The choice is clear and simple. A Nixon victory will be a some of the more backward areas.
In the Sudan, a country just below Arab northernersare
victory for the white backlash and the forces of repression. A Egypt,
Humphrey victory will be a victory for the Negro and a defeat waging civil war against black southerners. For the past
Voluntary Open HousingDade for the racists of this country. ten years arms supplied by Arab countries have been used in

I therefore have this war to massacre many thousands of black Sudanese who
County has a great opportunity to get a Jump on other for the nohesitationinendorsingHubertHumphrey want their independence.There .
Presidency.PHIL.
areas of this country by voluntarily passing an open housing is a lot of bloodletting going on In the world right now

law now. Why wait until Jan. 1, 1969 when the new federal open and all citizens should be trying to stop the fighting and end
housing law provides without exception that apartments with
starvation. America, as the leader of half the world, shouldbe
four or more units must be rented to anyone who desires to OSSOFERn as concerned about
suffering in black Afrlcaas it is about
live there. Cold War politics elsewhere.
Metro Community Relations Board Chairman Harry Cain idea of a "separate" soc iaty was:"Wh Y

and the presidents of Dade's five colleges deserve a great deal State" or nation for Blacks has should we leave this land so

of praise for taking such outstanding leadership in an area been raised of late, but it isn't dearly bought by the blood, MODEL CITIESDade

that too few of our citizens are brave enough to face. anything new. As far back as groans and tears of our fathers is nation selected
County one of 63 communities In the
Our community has sought out and gotten professional foot- 1762 Thomas Jefferson ? This is our home;here to participate in the Model Cities out of about 200
ball and basketball teams, and both have had problems securing thought of it, and in 1812 a let us live and here letusdie.uLet that applied.In Program,

decent housing of their choice. If this is to be our patternwe Black sea captain, Paul them talk about a sepa environment -
essence, Model City Is to demonstrate how the living
should be honest and let the word go out that athletes should Cuffee, actually took 38 peopleto rate State or nation, whether
of action -
people in slums can be Improved b y Joint
expect to find racism in securing housing here. Sierra Leone in Africa, for here or in Africa. I feel sure of the community as a whole and the people in the ghetto.

Dade will never become an ideal community with a reputation the purpose of seeking a better no results will come of what- This is the area of Miami's first Model City -- known as
of refusing to rent to Intellectuals. If life for them. efforts
a college professor ever are made. The day Liberty di-
City, with more than 80,000 residents. The area
can't obtain a decent apartment of his what Shortly after of
choosing, can Captain separation by color, na vided into 15 districts with one each elected to serveas
the Negro expect Jan. 1 19691 Cuffee's trip the American person
average come tionality or even creed is dy a Board of Governors overall Chairman of a neighborhood -
Let us hope that Dade is wise enough to accept leadership Colonization Society was ing. It is evident that as time council In each ) board
district. The 15-man (and woman
from educators rather than from ignorant purveyors of hate. formed, and Congress was goes on, isolation in any of of with
outstanding 21
Negro citizens will be increased to soon,
persuaded to purchase land in these areas will become the
inclusion of four two clergymen.
leaders and
Behavior In Orange BowlThe Africa. It was named liberia totally impossible, for our They will make recommendations young for changes to the area
(liberty), and its capitol called world is shrinking very fast. based
on their first hand knowledge of living conditions.
Monrovia after We
President are entering a of
new
behavior of young football fans in the Orange Bowl Monroe. world era The first challenges will be to start an intensive job-train-
unity.
during games isgetting a bit out of hand. Fans are beginning to Much later, in 1917, Marcus are struggling Although in the many ing program - to establish new and effective educational centers -

complain and unless something is done about it attendance Is Garvey got his "Back to direction, they will opposite to meet the needs of children __ to raise housing, water

bound to fall off. Africa" movement started, in vain. struggle and sewer facilities to meet county standards,and to build new

The biggest problem is the kids in the upper deck who per and he actually collected about Dr. Martin Luther parks with complete recreational facilities.
sist in throwing debris on the fans in the stands below. Everything $10 million dollars from his today's King envisioned $5 1/2 million has been allocated by the Federal Govern-

is tossed on the unsuspecting lower level crowd from many followers.Not when he said, in his struggles speech in, ment for the first year's effort, with the Metro Commission

wadded paper cups to ice left over from cokes. Last week one of these attempts to Montgomery, Alabama December controlling the funds.MERCHANTS .
on

during the Dolphin-Oiler game the playing field was a mess get Blacks back toAfrica suc- 3, 1956: "The old
order
of shredded paper long before the kickoff. ceeded. The reason is obvious. is passing away and

The improper actions of these young hoodlums could be The great majority of the descendents order is coming into anew
thwarted if police officers were stationed in these areas of African heritage are witnessing in being. We WHO ADVERTISE IN THEe

throughout the game. Some of the pelting from above seems to preferred to remain in America birth of a new age our day with th MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY
,
trouble.be aimed at Negroes and this* will certainly end up causing and en.joy the benefits of democracy tice.structure" of freedom and jus a APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU.


Let's nip this bad behavior in the bud by properly stationing A typical comment of an opponent This can come only THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE
through
police officers in the troubled areas. of the American
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no separation. PLEASE PATRONIZE THEMI '\




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The editorial "Police and the Negro Community," from the : + YV+ I

Crisis, in the August 30 issue Is timely in view of the civil k
disturbance and police action at the Democratic National Con-

vention in Chicago. Traditionally, the American public has
been less sympathetic to claims of police brutality, becauseit
has usually been directed against Negroes. It is easier for !- H .

whites to sympathize with the demonstrators in Chicago, who
were both white and black. Now that this police violence has

been documented on television for all the world to see, the 0 ---

white community will be less apt to say/ Oh, that's just racism -
there are bound to be a few hot-tempered bigots on the

police force," and they will label it for what it is, police bru-


The tality.editorial was accurate in calling this violence "warfare,"

Just as the indiscriminate assault on the cops may be warfare. 0pw .
Warfare is not a part of human nature,because it is not a part
of nature. We must not make armies of our police forces.

Similarly, we must not wage war on the cops. .S(


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Dear Editor:

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I love surprisesl! When I opened your letter and saw 4 of my

poems in one issue of your column, I was genuinely pleased.
Thanks a million for copy.


Your poem no Change At All Is thought promoting. I wonder
how we would react if the "tables were turned?"

Wallace G, Kerr has composed a spendid narrative, which I .- *. .
am positive that Mrs Martin Luther King would find valuableand 'l'c h1b

priceless. Long poems are fine If they tell something. I 'GIVE A DAM"OPPORTUNITY
have had some "on and on" poems sent to me which I fail to

read, let alone have printed. For instance, I received a 72

line poem on snow, which any one could have reduced to 14 : -
lines and told enough Ml' H< I Ml 'II
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NEW LEGAL SERVICE RADIO SHOW J .ji Services OLITIC&

HYLeo Adderly,
Dear Mr. Reeves o
: Center Attornvt ifiV NORMAN E. JONESi
We would appreciate your mentioning in the Miami Times, .-n..__ .
a new radio series which we have recently introduced. The POLITICAL MERCHANTS OF EMOTIONIN

program is broadcast over station WMBM, 1490 on the dial, Law And PoliceThe SEASON
the Show and Is presented Sunday nightat
Tom Washington every Every, four years a phenomena occurs in America unparalleled -
American public has recently witnessed via televisionand
7 p.m. in any other part of the globe- the national campaign for tl'
We have arranged a most interesting schedule of broadcasts, newspapers, shocking and disturbthg police conduct in the election of the president and vice president in the center ,.r,'
inc luding landlord and tenant problems, welfare matters, repressing and dispersing Individuals and groups. ring, while simultaneous campaigns for state and local off ices .,'
law likewise to have excellent speakers '
criminal We
etc. plan
,
the other two In this nationwide circus
occupy rings political
including attorneys Jesse McCrary of the Attorney Gen- In the past when a charge of brutality was leveled against

eral's office, and Calvin Mapp, practicing attorney.We the police, or excessive force was used by then in making an tent.From the very first national election emotion rather than
of course, most cordially invite all of the residents of arrest, the official position was that such conduct was not
logic and reason dominated the of the candidates in
campaigns
the community to listen in, and participate on the program. condoned by the department; and that steps would be taken to
their for voters the of the
quest playing on raw edges nerve
correct the situation. This still seems to be the position of
Irwin S
Futerfas, endings of the people was born together "free elections'like
Assistant Director most police departments However, 'there has been a rising
the Siamese twins.
tide of officially sanctioned "police lawlessness" Excessiveuse original
EOPI Legal Services. While the Negro has always been the main course at these
of force in making an arrest is no excuse for preserving
emotional since this nation declared itself
order. It anything It has just the opposite effect. Everytimesuch "political banquets"
there have been other "emotional side
Dear Mr. Reeves: independent many
police conduct is officially sanctioned, the people lose a
student vote the continuation of dishes, appetizers, desserts and other courses common to
The ninety percent approving degree of constitutional protection. It is vital that the role

the school song, Dixie, the confederate flag as the school emblem of the police, as traditionally viewed, be preserved. That is, banquets, on the menu;
the band in confederate uniforms at South First to break with England and to work the colonists to an
and dressing that police protect, not violate, the constitutioialrights of the
Dade High School does not Justify the retention of such con- people. emotional point of armed overthrow of the then legal consti-
tuted government of the British colonies those striving for
federate symbols, which are offensive to our Negro citizens
Democracy is predicted u as it must be-- on government by The rights of the people to present their disatisfactions and independence had t o concoct emotional issues to incite the

majority. Our schools are a function democracy. majority grievances to the government, through peace demon- populace to the point they would pick uparms against Britian.

will prevail in other matters of government, people reason strations, speeches, and writings have long been protectedby Historians point to the Boston Tea Party' as the emotional
that it ought to prevail with regard to other issues. our Federal Constitution.And for the police to wade in and spark that goaded the British crown into strong enough puni-

This line of argument is admittedly seductive; indeed it appears brutalize those who seek to excer ise this right-as was the tive action that incited the colonists to an emotional frenzyto
to have recruited an impressive number of supporters. case in the streets of Chicago last month, and outside a a degree of armed overthrow of the British colonial government -

Nevertheless, the fallacies in such thinking must be recognized. Brooklyn courtroom earlier this month to deny the people .
justice. After all, justice is the highest purpose of a system I The "emotional issue of slavery" beset fledgling nation

It was precisely to escape the imposition of "majority rule"in of laws which govern men's conduct. Without justice, law and from its conception, while the founding fathers played upon the \

matters of conscience that many of our forefathers left the order is a meaningless and empty phrase.To emotions of the colonists by the generous reference of such <

Old World for the New. political slogans as "freedom, justice liberty,dignity of man, ,
curve the increase use of excessive force, and abuseof
taxation without
one's representation ,
directing own destiny
Our Constitution limits the ruleof the majority to religion, in ,
authority on the part of some police, the people should demand "*
of
the the
equality, democracy, government by people, right
the abrogation of the freedoms of the press,speech, assemblyand
other personal rights of dissenting individuals. the following: individual." It was clear that all "emotional slogans"were

Is "majority right" a valid criterion on which to decide an ((1)). Higher and more exacting standards be set before one not intended for the black slaves. t
issue of this kind? Is it within the province of the majority to Is permitted to pin a badge and strap a gun to his side. So all of the beautiful documents, upon which America was
founded did not mention sla ves" and their One read-
rule on matters which are offensive and in poor taste to some, progeny.
even if they are in the minority? ((2)). Psychological, if not psychiatric,test required Ing these documents would never know that millions of per- .
to de t e r m in e whether one has any soil before and
THie Dade School Board should eliminate South Dade High of prospective police sons were held in slavery American during '
School's confederate symbols. The Civil War ended in 1865. character defects which would prevent him trom performing his after this nation was declared free and Independent. ,;
job. Greedy slaveholders loudly sought to extend slavery Into the -|
Very truly yours, new states and were willing to overthrow the government to
with ,
and
coping
Walter Zand (3)). Police better trained In understanding
so do.plate. \
Florida Area Director community problems.

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boards
((4)). A greater voice, through civilian review reviewing
SUBSCRIPTION ORDER questionable conduct of police;and assisting the police
I department in setting new policies in dealing with public when or patrol car number for quick idenfication. Most police ,
Worn! Times old ones have tailed departments have internal security units which investigate 5
I 6530 NW 15th Avenue citizen complaints against officers. The big problem with this ?
relations unit in
Also there should be a community
(5).
I is that the citizen is usually <
Miami Florida 33M7 grievance procedure, however ,
community so that a constant line of communication be-
i every not advised of the results of the Investigation,nor of the dis- *
I will be opened at all times.
i tween the police and the people
,ciplinary action taken, if any, against the offending officer. t
iI Enclosed please find the sum of $5.00to civil rights by the police is
(6)). The police departments must actively recruit more of- Further, violations of a person's <
cover the cost of a one year subscriptionto ficers from disadvantaged areas; and elvate more officers a federal offense punishable by law. This Is, perhaps, the j( <
public's strongest deterent to abusive police practices. And j <
the from minority groups to supervisory positions. '
I Miami Times. finally, the aggrieved person might have an action for money <

I I damages against the policeman and his department. Uyou are ;
I Moreover, many people are unaware that they can make official '
Moll Paper To ,. ever faced with this situation see an attorney. <
II complaints against the police for their wrongful conduct; ,! i
I Add,... and that something will be done about it. Anyone who is ever
I Listen to "Legal Services Presents" on The Tom Washington t I

City. .. Stat.__,-- tip' Cod.. . }physically abused, assulted,harrased,or otherwise mistreatedby Show, WMBM, 1490 on the dial,Sundays,7 p.m. and WKAT, l :
If
the police should contact an attorney at once. possibly,
U90 on the dial, Sundays, 11:30 p.m.
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6 THE MIAMI TIMES.. Friday... September 20., 1968--

WE WERE THERE: The Herald's Club Conference Tuesday,

Sept. 16, at the Dupont Plaza Hotel. It was the big day that

women's clubs and teen group have been awaiting. The program

was preceded by a coffee hosted by Women's Depart-

r- ment staff members. Featured speaker, Herald Columnist (t tw

Charles White made a most favorable and lasting Impressionupon .
BY CLARICE LITTLES our hearts and minds as he spoke on "Women and Their

Miami Times Society Editor Community." Charles White possess' a wonderful sense of
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humor, incredible vigor and forcefulness. "Women power .
Mrs. Vernell Albury jetted to West Hempstcad, New York has turn many a bum into a man." . It's time to get things
for the funeral of her sister-in-law Harriet Patton who died
done and the women are ready to do just that . Progresscan

September 8. only be made by women becoming involved . Most wo- i
On Saturday, Mrs. John Dillard (Carnestine) entertainedthe men's clubs are loose tongues and tight girdles . like a ,M" :,
members of MRS Club at her home.
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rocking chair, lots of motion but it doesn't get anywhere .
Dewey Hicks of East Elmhurst, New York are the house- "What have done
The women present were challenged . you
guests of Rev. and Mrs. Fred Hicks of Brownsville.
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to make your community a better place in which to live? . .
Recent visitors to our city were RobertandCleomie Ford
What contribution are you making to your community a woman
and son, Craig of Rahway, New Jersey. They were visiting "
? Too few women are involved.
Alma Seymour Gilcourt and family.
Senior Managing Editor George Beebe presented the awards,
Robert (Gaynell Gibson's hubby) Whyms died in Key Weston which included silver serving pieces for first and second

Monday.Gaye had come to Opa-locka to be with Verne Tinker place winners in the teen division. Framed certificates were

in her sorrow(George's death) only to learn of the sudden awarded for honorable mentions.
Illness and later death of
Robert. First place winners in three categories for adult clubs were

Friends of Irene Roberts Straughter are sending "Get Well won by Know Your Neighbor Panel, Mrs. Alfred Boas, chair- 4

Wishes"her way and hope for a speedy recovery from a slight man; the Miami_Association of Women's Clubs, Mrs. Ernest
stroke. .
Curtis, president; and Miamian Women Community Service
Mrs. Myrtle Taylor is a patient at Palm Springs General
First
(WICS), Mrs. Herman Roudenbush, project director.
Hospital prize in the teen division, theCo-EttesServiceClub, Patricia
Adrianne Pamela Adderly and Lee Norris Morvin were Reese, president. Congratulations!
married Sunday in the Church of the Incarnation, Miami. A reception v '' ,
Some of those I chatted with at the Club Conference were I'

followed at the home of the bride's parents. Thelma Lee, Anna Boozer, Ruth Polite, Mary McCoy, Eunice 4t,) ', S
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ad
Liberty, Henrietta Johnson, Mary Cambridge, Mary Smith,
derly. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs.Ernestine Robinson.The .
Victoria Middleton, Genesta Sweeting, Thomasina Ramsey,
couple will live in Miami. .... I
Elizabeth and Ernest Curtis. Arthur King Jerome Lee. Cor- '
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o nelia Glenn, Odessa: lona Dukes, Florence Allen 1I
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... and Delores Harte Lee. My thanks to Cousin Ruth, who addedso

much to a lovely day. ; '. je"1agehfb

Elizabeth Dukes, Irvin Dukes, Johnny Dukes and Willie Mc- If fUtlUUetnetd

Fadden of Miami motored to Columbia S,C.to be at the bed-
side of their father, Mr. Irvin McFadden. Mr. and Mrs. Leon J. Perry, Washington, D. C.
have announced of their daughter
Mrs. Harold Thompson and son Thomas, returned to New engagement Lynda
Marie to Cyrus Martin Jollivette, son of Mrs. Frances
York last week after a visit with relatives here. They were
t Jollivette Chambers and the late Cyrus Martin Jollivette/
guests of father-in-law and mother-in-law, Rev. and Mrs.L. .
I of Miami.
,. A. Thompson, and brother-in-law and sister-in-law, Dea-
r The wedding is planned for June 28 in Washington.
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celebrated their Golden (50th) Wedding Anniversary, Sunday, I

Sept. 15. Their son, Thomas and his wife,Doris; his grandson, 1

Roderick; his mother, Mrs. Annie Brooks along with Mrs. ,
Nemmie L. Fuller who sponsored the celebration and Mr. '

Harold Butler with relatives and neighbors shared in the gala

event. Congratulations! bi

Chester A. Byrd'' Jr., a Broward educator, is the new associate -

director of student activities at the University of Mi- IllriiYll d vO

ami. Byrd,who was dean of boys at Everglades Jr. High Schoolin

Fort Lauderdale,also is the new associate director of Whit-

ter Memorial Student Union.

The State Board of Regents has named Dr. Benjamin L.

Perry Jr. to be president of Florida A&M University. 0

Ebony Fashion Fair Some of the most attractive girls in

the world can be seen in Ebony's Fashion Freedom '68. Spon- 0
Teresa Maria Williams and
sored by Gamma Zeta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha married
Sorority. Ten of them, plus two handsome male models will Henry Spiney were
August 28 in Savannah, Ga.
wear more than 400
different items selected from interna-
The bride daughter of Mrs.
tionally known couturiers. Pcs
Leila Williams 1863 NW 155th \
It's a date: Tuesday October 8, Women Community Ser- ,
Street and the late
vice, Inc. (WICS) invite you to its third "Report to the Opa-locka,
Samuel Williams graduatedfrom
Community," Temple Israel of Greater Miami, Richter Hall. ,
10 a.m. North Dade High School I
and attends SavannahState I
Episcopal Church Women, Church of the Incarnation pre- I

sents its annual States' Tea October 13, at Primary C, 756 College. STYLED BY: J
of Mr. ;
The bridegroom, son
NW 66th St. 4:30 p.m.
and Mrs. John Splney of Wad-
Little Michael Johnson entertained friends Saturday inhonor -
of his birthday at the home of his parents, Bill and Pauline ley, Ga., graduated from Jef-
Johnson. ferson County High School and

Dr. Ira P. Davis who underwent surgery at Cedars of Leb- attends Savannah State College -
anon is still Couple will live inSavan- III I
hospitalized . but Mr. Livingston Adderly has fr-T-
checked out of Mt.Sinai and is recuperating home . Mrs. nah, Georgia. .i

George (Mary) Styles, Sr. is at Christian. .

Back to School Terry Parker and Samuel Payne n to Ten- Jean Harlow and Packard

nessee State; Karen Pinckney and Bernadette Ford, FloridaA Twelves and trousers that

& M; Johnny Marks and Maria Wyche, Florida State. flare out. The Thirties returnin
Here for the funeral of George Tinker are his brother, Ber-

nard of Long Beach, N. Y. and Mrs. Fannie Davis, Nassau.On in pants by Elli. The cuffed

Saturday Cora Brown's husband, Joseph J. (Syke) of Harlow in a black-with-white

Opa-locka: entertained friends in their home on her birthday. menswear pinstripe. The extra-

It was Friday the 13th stomy weather but a few friends wide Elli-phant leg in black, brownor
gathered at my home for a dual celebration Bill's 58th and
Benny (Scrooge) Edwards' 38th. gray hopsack weave. The dramatic

A REMINDER-Saturday, Sept.21, Peace Corps test Fed- trumpet in gray or brown cotton, stripedin

eral Building, 1:30: p.m. black. Other Elli-designed flare pants in

SUB-COUNCIL TRACT ELECTION-MODEL CITIES: If you corduroy, covert and linen weaves in cotton or cotton/
are interested in your community and enjoy working together. :
to make you neighborhood a better place to'live and you are -- rayon blends. Sizes 6 to 16. Prices from $12 to $18. '

21 years of age or older and live in Tract 6 ((12 Ave. West to MIAMI'S CYRIL PORTIERIN

17th Avenue East and 62nd St. North to 71st St. South please
I
call me 691-5978, we need eleven persons to fill our sub- "SAVAGES

council tract. FROM HELL"Miami's

Election date: October_5th and 6th.CongratulaUons .

I own Cyril Portier,
I brother of academy award

4 winning Sidney Portier makes

I his acting debut as a mechanicin


I I the action now showing of packedfilmprsenation "Savages at fromhell" EM- LaRI.I'g { ,D Jil\)(!)


a I i Lowe's Miami Drive-In _-
I theatre. \

This movie was filmed in
to Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence (Inez) Adderlywho Naples, Florida by Trans-In- LORY'S FASHION SHOPS
celebrated their forty-eight wedding anniversary
,Sunday, te r D a t1 o-n Films Cyril is
Sept 15. The Adderlys were married in Key West and movedto under contract with the Miami SI 12 NN1TH AVENUE (EDIJOX CENTER)
Miami in 1935. They have fourteen children and fifty-one based to .
company iri
grandchildren. appear (", .- .. . .
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Raymond Burr At Florida
LJJisa ,
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,a Memorial College Sunday :

TV actor, Raymond Burr
M + wf
y n P (Perry Mason and Ironside),

a A will be in Miami, Saturday, to
host a reception on the campusof
IT
the new Florida Memorial

LINOTYPETHE Collge at 5:30 p.m.
The announcement was
LITTLE RED BOOK: Drs Johnson and Hadley's nurse- made by Rev. Edward T.Graham -
receptionist Annie Clark Fuss ell sporting an engagementsparkler
Chairman
. of the Boardof
planted on the third finger, left Trustees.

hand by a California suitor . David Spicy w i ..-" Burr is the national chair-
and John Hoskins awarded 30-year emblems 4 1 '. man of the college advisory
from Pan-American World Airways . "' board
and he has invited over
Buxom Thelma Poitier (Mrs Osborne _j L ,, three hundred of the top com-
Poitier No. 2) down from Connecticut and munity leaders in Dade County
New York City as two-week guest of Mrs fr a
to tour the campus and examine -
Artie Richardson, the mortician. . Verne 1 the facilities Includedin
$ , .tj '
Taylor-Tinker's husband George (ill for the guest list are the mem-
many months) died last Saturday ayem at Ati bers of the Dade County advi- RAYMOND BURR
7:00 in Veterans hospital. . Noble and & &- ? cWcddina sory board. T. Graham, chairman of the
Ethel SIssle's lad Nobel Jr. back in states from Vietnam. I Burr will arrive in Miami on Board of Trustees, for the
purpose of discussing an extension -
Calvary Episcopal Churchof The bride is a graduate of Friday and his schedule will course at
McGeorge
NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Orlando jazz musician Art Johnsonnow also involve meetings with the
Charleston, South Carolinawas Dillard University of New Or- College in Los Angeles which
( band director at Carver Junior high) and Widowonderful Miami Club
the setting August 17 for leans La. She is Rotary Saturday would
Hyacinth Burns id e-O'Rouke are planning an upcoming mid- currentlyattending morning at 11 a.m. a meet- prepare students at
the marriage of Miriam the Atlanta University Florida Memorial for the law.
dle-aisle trek . .Sammy Davis Jr added to Tussand's Londonwax ing with officers of other civic
Dr Davis the molaremover in Cedarsof Louise Gibson, Sr. and Mrs. School of Social Work.
.
museum L P. organizations on Sunday UJjI1Il11'1] 1I1
Oralee Boone of Charleston.The Mr. Porter is a graduate of ;
Lebanon via Christian Memorial. Operation successful. .
morning and a
get togetherwith
is the of (. At Gef
groom son Dr. Talladega College Talladega :
,
,
Henry Johnson Jr and his Dorothy now have a male trio. Their students of the college on
and Mrs. Gilbert L. Porter of Ala. He is currently attending F SLICK BLACK
latest -- another boy -- born Fri Sept 13 in Mount Sinai Hosp Sunday afternoon.
holder Kid Gavilan back in states Miami. Atlanta University School of DOUBLE ACTION
. Former three-champ Burr will also meet with Dr.
after 10-year stay in native Cuba. The Rev. Stephen Mackey Business as an,Administrative and is also employed Royal W. Puryear, college r'.A' ILOLORS6MYHMRIRcx2DRESSESHMRINPUcE

solemnized the 5:30 p.m. president, and Rev. Edward
Analysist with the regional of-
SALT WATER TAFFY: Grandpop Luther Lynch Sr had the double-ring ceremony. fice of the Shell Oil Companyin -

scare of his life last Thursday whenhisfour-year-old grandson Given in marriage by her Atlanta, Georgia. GRADUATION PICTURES MADE
George Smith whom he was riding in the back seat of his father, the bride chose a for- Out-of-town guests included COME IN TODAY!
car (along with another little grandson Mark) fell out of the mal length gown of Chantille Dr. and Mrs Gilbert L.
vehicle unnoticed by the grandad. His only cueto the "drop- lace, fashioned with long lace Porter of Miami Miss CAPS AND GOWNS FURNISHED
out" was the continued mumbling and mutteringbybaby Mark sleeves and featuring a chapel Laurestine E. Porter ofQuinton -
thaf'Dorge's dorn, "'Dorge'sdorn." Looking back to the length train. Her finger tipped Va. Mrs.K. Russell, Mrs.A. TASSELS OF ALL SCHOOL COLORS

rear seat of the steadily-moving car(where only one baby pas- illusion veil was attached to a J. Jones and son Michael,
senger was left) the driver discovered George had really tera seeded pearls and flow- Mr. Clarence Williams of Tallahassee -
gone." Five minutes later and three blocks back little Georgewas ers and she carried a cascadeof Mr. and Mrs. Ulys-
"found' sitting on the side of the road -- with a broken white roses centered with ses Jackson and familyof

right leg. corsage. Newnan, Ga. Mrs. A. O. Johnson of Miami

Miss Carol Fox of Vicks Davis, Mrs. Margaret
THE WEEK'S WASH: Neville Scavella atOpl-locka'sWinn-burgh, Mississippi was maidof Knowles and son Hilton of St.
Dixie last Sabbath lugging an armful of household goodies to honor. Bridesmaids were Petersburg! Miss Dorothy

his waiting frau and chariot in the parking . Movie stu- Miss Paulette Jones of Mobile, Nelson of Milton, Fla. Mrs.
dios contributed over 200G's to Dr Martin Luther King Foundation Ala. and Miss Brenda Chaplinof Wilbert RAlexanderofRo- 1186 NW 38th St.. 635-4748

Singer Ella Fitzgerald is chairman . Did the disc Charleston, South Carolina. chester, New York.
star Lou Rawls and his madam get the twinfants as antici- Miss Rosland Wearing
pated ? ? ? Surprise birthday party for Willie Littles last Fri- Charleston was flower girl. ---- --
day night . Daisy Reid and Lee Young's sister Sylvia P.
Jones'and"daughter Carol endedtheir vacation here from The attendants wore floor
Philly length A-line gowns of blue {q: j 'L. : {;:
mist crepe accented with lace, Q/ I p2 t? :

SCRATCH MTBACK: Herman Schweake, the new groom, ill their blue finger tipped veils
at Veterans hospital. . Monica Jolly okay after major sur- were attached to a cluster of
gery at Golden Isle's hospital in Hallandale . Dolly Hines' blue flowers and they carried
surgery on her broken right arm last Wednesday reported in mosegays of blue and white

fine shape at Jackson Memorial. . Pearl Bailey slated for carnations.
March of Dimes "Man of Year" award at New York's Hilton Best man was Lawson

hotel October 6. .The Thomas Pittmans Sr celebrated their Thomas of Tallahassee.Ever- : C FATFBBB] ]

50th with family and friends Sept. 15. . The Lawrence ette Kentworth Kershaw ... .. .
*X i.r j \ i X* L. (Laura) Bethels are expecting their 4th in early December. Washington, D. C. and Louis : K: :in'ti?

Blow of Tallahassee, servedas
STUFF AND SUCH: Barbara Elaine Smith left last Sundayfor ushers. Gregory Waddy, $
Florida A&M. .The David(Sinkus) Smiths' (she's Helen cousin of the bride served as
Forbes) son David Jr and Sandra Lee Strachan have an altar ring bearer.
date with Rev Aaron D. Halt at Ebenezer Methodist September } ';;:
:':
s..;tr} r
28 . Mrs Lylene McKenzie's granddaughter Sharon Following the ceremony the : :: WdNad
Louise (lass of Carolyn Lloyd Adams) tied the knot that bindsto bride's family gave a recep- SEALTEST FOODS
Byron Briggs Sept 11...Phill dispenser Sidney Cox's bro- tion at the Singing Club.Assisting National Products Corp.
.Dairy
ther Norman Cox and wife Estella,former instructors at Smith were Mrs. Alethia Mc-
Brown high school in Arcadia (Fla), now Dade County residents Beth, Mrs. Sue Steed, Mrs. 17707 N. \W. Miami Court

Norman Douglas McArthur high and Estella at Dorsey Mary Deas and Mr. Daniel Miami, Florida
Wright. i.,. .
junior high.SWEETS'.
'Y:-.1.

.
TREATS: Lemuel Kemp and Valerie Kemp-
Smith's granddaughter Valerie Cherry celebrated 2nd natal -
holiday Sept 8. Little Valerie is daughter of the John ,
(Marsha Kemp)Cherrys.Valerie Kemp is now Mrs.John Smith
former City of Miami patrolman. The celebration was held in
the Smith's new domicile..Shifting in 2nd Gear: Inez Arms- I

ter-Wilcox, newlyelected director of a Model Cities Unit, ,, RC 't"4It
from Sixth grade teacher at Dunbar elementary to Sixth grade

ditto at Brownsville junior high . NTB secretary-clerk e
Patricia (Cookie) Lynch birthdayed September 12.


r MIAMI MUSINGS: We're waiting for TIMES New York item- JI1 : \i" ICOLj

, gatherer Jimmie (Scoop) Bethel to hit town again so that the N
dinner tab will be on him at Toby's. He'll pay for the many

times we've missed his Miami entry. You can lay odds the :.
news media won't forget too quickly the embarrassment and ':' 't I
harrassment inflicted upon them by the Chicago police during A'

the Democratic National ConventiondemonstrationAugust27. .
You cannot imagine what the pen can do once its feathers are "'I"."
ruffled. Hell has no fury to compare with its wrath. Just you i '

wait and see.CONFIDENTIALLY.

,.
YOURS:Editorial: Whydoesn'tAmericafollow 6$6
London's format for welfare recipients ? ? ? Stop the '
Escape! Come over to the mad,
flow of checks -- which in turn will stop the flow of liq-ior,
wine, beer, gambling and illicit purchases with government mad taste of RC with Bob Hayes,

funds . Instead, issue stamps or scripts which can only be winner of two Olympic Gold Medalsand

traded in for rent, food, clothing, medicine,etc. This plan now a pro }football star for the '
would at least insure our kids of the security the welfare doles Dallas Cowboys. '
were intended for . .That's it brother, from your one-man- :
newspaper, who knows everybody and everybody's racket,butfjfWho "Royal Crown and"RC"arc trademark of :,
.'*.* Royal Crown Col.Co.R.g,U S.Pal.Offr l
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Tonight NOW
MIAMI
"The American Evolutionof Ellington, composer of such ords, Music Makers, Maim. ,
Jazz" will travel the full standard favorites as "soli Music Co. in Hollywood, and 33.4211 e
circle at 8 p.m. tonight, Sept. tude," "Sophisticated Lady" the Escape Hotel and Brown's -
19, when Duke Ellington and and "Mood Indigo," began Music in Fort Lauderdale. 4 "
his concert orchestra take to studying piano at the age of six. I
the unique floating stage of the Before age 20,he was a successful - --- d d
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City of Miami Marine Stadium. band leader in Wash- ::H'\I R'POESH'r" ROW1;;': VVy v*. ll ..._. "
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Joining Ellington with their ington. Since then, his fame as *
own orchestras will be Billy a composer, orchestra leader i, ,DANDRUFF STAY OUT OF THEK' w '(.. F YOU CAN! ,
Butterfield, playing Dixieland; and pianist has spread ::1t HY';$ (P':

Ira Mike Sullivan Vetro,,rhythm Avant Grade and blues;and; throughout Tickets the for world.the concert, :1.! :Ll.'R: J{ t'Rt
Chubby Jackson,big band jazz. priced at $3, $4, and $5, are .tJ JlIII'; ',:

Joe Rico, WGBS Jazz personality available at the Marine Sta- .",-",,,,._-,.,.,",.",-,-''-'--" - "- ARE ON FIRE! . THEY'RE
will serve as mas- dium, Sound of Music, Soul
ter of ceremonies. City Sounds, Discount Rec- ,FAST... 1
1
MOREHOUSE CLUBThe $Af DOGS..ON THE LOOSE. !

;R L.1EFOR
Miami Morehouse Club _,
will meet Tuesday, Sept. 24, yUft, : '
u' at Range Funeral Home, at M EYBA1: (
4 7:30 p.m. all former students l
,r are urged to attend. Important! -
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A FRi1RE F BARBECUE AND ASH h4 ( itt ;.:
TtlU WM T* 1; .t
aR>tEll The Register and Vote Com- :Wjtded; *i f,gro*."o'nd,;>''iv. y*"u.-
ETEATTMEIp:" mittee to elect Leon Earlesto J:4.: rehefo' ,Oo"clrilH; itchy
If I R.T.Fsst the State Senate District 41, .u p a"d .f, ll"riig9ir.:; '. ilir
T will sponsor a Barbacue and *atour favor>te:1>(f oaly..olpn l
Fish Fry, at 3166 NW 53rdSt. or drug store. ; 1'' -!';'',:'.;: -' Meet Cyril Poitier ,
October 5, 12 to 12. Donation 'l'1'"*eM "th'p.' J," On. I,)' .
in
' .: person
,$1.50 ; , ::' ,
VSIRANDI4Z $3.00. Tickets may be pur- ? \ : Fr., S at. & Sun.
chased at Williams Cleaners, T' ; i11plI'dd':.
THEATRE NW 27th Avenue; Brownsville :
EW''A M ib IT. Drug, NW 27th Ave.; Moore's TEMPU:" ,5q 4F7 .

Aou Atlantic Service Station, NW GROWER lsr... 8:00 & 1100
oNSVi r tit 54th St. and 32nd Avenue. '
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THE MIAMI s. Friday, September 20. 1968 9


::2 Jeb Stuart, Singer, Songwriter "1


f I and BandleaderMemphis '


p singer, song- --'
writer and bandleader Jeb :

e Stuart, who claims Chicago

his second home currently is pf
residing in the Miami area.He
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is now appearing at the Tom-
V BY DAVE BONDU
boy Club nightly,along with his 1 f .f

...., band known the 3
-- ---- as Mighty Reflections '

BLANCHE CALLOWAY, Guest Columnist Some of the record
fables he has written materialfor

When Dave asked me to be his guest and write a column, he are King,Veejay,Mecury,

did not say what date, and Monday night, or rather Tuesday Godwadx, and Phillips.
morning about 2 a.m. he phoned and said "this is the week." Jeb has m a d e T.V.appear

So, if the column appears in this issue, I made the deadline. i Mudp' ances in such cities as Detroit __m_ _

I want to talk about registered voters who do not vote. I takeit St. Louis, Memphis, Chicago,
T 4 Thomas at the W.C. Handy
for granted you are all registered. If you are not -- won'tyou and Milwaukee. Some of his
ate.b Theater in Memphis.
hurry down to 1351 NW 12th St. and register because, ? l1 l1p past recordings are
F r e e Photographs of Jeb
soul brothers and sisters, if you are not registered, you can- "Dreamer's Hall of Fame",
Stuart can be secured at PhU-
I Aint Never" "I Don't Want
not vote ,
Are
come November. you sure you are registered?
pitt and Jackson
Byron's record -
Do you know that if you haven't voted regularly in general elec- To Leave You Darling".
tions, you have got to register again because your name has Stuart's latest disc is Street.shop, downtown Flagler
,
been taken off the books. U you have moved within the county "Please Give Me Another

during the past year, you name was removed from the regis- n Y Chance" B/W "Your Good
tration books also. The books will be open until October 5th. Loving" ( Don'tGrowonTrees

Be sure you are registered now-- so you won't be sorry on ). He will soon be seen
election day. : on Channel 10's RickShaw my

Back to you registered voters--tell me,why don't you vote? ib Show. He'will also appear on

You keep biking about power the greatest power we have is -... .-- -- KSD-T.V. in St. Louis next dressmaker
voting power I III I I You can talk all you want about black power, month.
Mr and Mrs. Nathaniel Richardson announce the "please Give Me Another
green or any color power, but you must use your voting power 6026 NW 7th Avenue
and elect engagement of their daughter, Diane Yvonne, to John L. Chance" on Great American
help qualified people to represent us in national, state New Exclusive
and local government.We Howard III, son of Mrs Annie Howard and the late Mr. Records is presently being Ready to Wear

have black mayors,senators,congressmen,black countyand John Howard Jr. heard on stations WAME, Popular PrlcosBottor
city officials and if you ask me, a black president in the A November wedding is planned. WQA M, and WMBM. Stuart dresses mod. tomea.ure.

forseeable future will be a reality. if we use the power of the K says he got his start in show and fre.. Alterations fast
(lode)
vote nowl! I 11 I Black men were nominated for president and vice business under the Influence of

president of the United States at the democratic convention, News From Rufus "Walking The Dog"

and we saw history being made.
ifr BE&IClyde
Now its up to you November 5th is election day are you
going to vote, or make a lot of excuses like: Nassau

"Man, I got to work" -vote before you go to work, or after. ; i t Announcement has been Frank

"I don't get off in time" take time. Voting is as importantas ,, made that two headmasters at

working. "I don't have transportation"-cars will be available 1 Nassau's secondary schoolsare PRESENT
to take you to the polls.Telephone numbers will be given to be replaced by teach-

you to call. "I don't have a baby sitter" that's no excuse. t ers from England. The teach- THURS. FRI. SAT. & SIN
,
sitters
will be
Baby available.
ers are Mr. C.N. Curling,and
This is a general election and it does not matter whether Mr. H. W. Campbell

you are a registered Democrat, Republican or nonpartisan.You .
may vote for any candidate you choose. In primary elec- The Department of Civil

tions a registered Democrat must vote Democratic and a registered Aviation held an investigationinto '
the crash of the
Republican must vote Republican, but in the general Piper WildmanSteve
plane that took the lives of Mr.
election on November 5th, registered Republicans may vote
'Prince Albert Nixon of ,_ .. .
Grant'sTown \
Democratic, and vice versa. So lets get set .. on your mark rThe
his wife Thelma and N
and go-go-go, to the polls and vote.bats power I I 11 I w ,
I their two young children,Raymond -
Congratulations congratulations congratulations to Mr. ,
H. E. S. Reeves, founder and publisher of Miami Times, who and Donna May on Au-
begat Garth C. Reeves, who begat Garth C. Reeves Jr4lnd: gust 25 in the seas off Coral

who, over a period of 46 years has brought the paper from a Harbour. The pilot was the RevueEddie

12 page edition to its present 30 or more pages of interesting, only survivor.In I :
1
informative community news. Reading the Miami Times is a another accident on New

must for me and, I hope, for you. I am sure you all Join me Providence Road Sunday 25, 4 Wildman SteveErnie

in wishing the management and staff continued success . .August, Miller of Bahama Ave

Congratulations Florida Memorial College,America's new- Alburn, was killed in an acci-
est institution of higher learning. Rev. Edward T. Graham, _.,,- ,- dent on Ross Corne and four 'Lovelle

chairman of the Board of Trustees, has seen his dream come summer has been quite year old IvalceNewbold of En-

true. . Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Allan B. Margolis, busy for Mrs. Mae Robinson, gleston was killed in an accident -
president of radio station WMBM on their 15th wedding anni- decorating and entertaining FieldsAND

versary. . Congratulations to Mayme Bond,our City of Miami friends relatives and guestsat
Joseph Williams a 38 year HIS SIDEKICK"Cockroach"
public relations who well-deserved
gal took a vacation in
her beautiful home which is
Nassau.Nobody,but nobody, worked any harder than she did to situated in the new Liberty Estates old truck driver was given oneyear's for
make "Stars Over Miami" the success it was. Imprisionment
21100 NW 28th Court.
Congratulations to James Brown who was"some-satlonal" She had, surprise guests visiting reckless driving and causingthe TABLES FREE I
of old
on Steve Allen's show I dig his a la natural hairstyle. He says from San Francisco, death 15-year boy. C><2 C><2X2y Sentence was given by Chief
"I'm natural and fm
proud.
Calif. Lonnie
namely Mrs. Maxwell JAZZJAZZJAZZJAZZJAM
Congratulations to our County Commissioner Earl Carrolla Murray and Mr. Eddie Smith Magistrate J.

little bird told me he is getting married in December. . and other relatives from At- Thompson SESSION EVERY SUNDAY 6-9.

Congratulations to Burdine's for bringing the first invitational lanta, Gi.A birthday pity was The Hon. Kendal G. Isaacs, All Musicians invited to participate
$35,000.00 ladies pro golf tournament here. They will tee off given for her mother who was former attorney general of the
at the country club of Miami golf course, January 16,17,18 visiting from Melbourne, Fla. Bahamas has been appointed Tables FreeAdmission '

and 19. All proceeds will go to the Heart Association. Are There was also a coffee sip Queen's Counsel for the Baha . Free
there any lady golfers interested? More details later on. . for the honorable Golden Stars ma Islands. He is now an Independent til

Congratulations to Louise Riley enterprises,another recipientof Gospel singers from Cordele, Senator in the upper XX CxCyCi
$1000.00 worth of free advertising given by radio station chamber of the Legislature. COMING ATTRACTIONS:

WMBM to promote new and deserving business ventures. Ga.Mrs.. Robinson hosted a

Congratulations to Northwest XMCA. They are opening a house opening in which she received The Jamaican government
at 62nd St.and 17th Ave. 6 will appoint a resident com-
thrift shop ; Open days a week Mon- many plush gifts and
missioner in the Bahamas to 4
day through Saturday. exquisite home decors. Many
look after the Interests of Jamaican
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thanks to the Rev. Randall and
Lest you forget Progress Report,on radio station WMBM, members of the Freewill Baptist nationals in the colony.has ARTHUR
will be heard at a new time:7:55am,1:55 p.m. and 9:55 p.m., Church for meditation The Bahamas government
Monday through Friday. Listen in Saturdays when I presentour allowed Jamaicans who were CONLEYBAND
good wishes for this new home.., In the without
colony Illegally
great musical artists. Remember 7:55 am.,1:55 p.m.
Saturday night, Sept.21, a permit additional time to
and 7:55 p.m. on Saturdays.So there will be a party to benefit -
leave
long for now--this is Blanche Calloway saying "continueto the Pilgrim Gospel Stars making providing efforts to they return were to AND SHOW ,

read the Miami Times and listen to radio station WMBM." which Mrs. Robinson is a their home. w

member of.

From all the expeditions FRIDAY,

ATTENTION ALL TEENAGERS chores, Mrs. Robinson is CARD OF THANKS
ready to relax and take a va- OCT.4

KNIGHT BEAT CLUB cation. She will visit relativesin i For your thoughtfulness '.:,'

Z/6 NW 6th Street Detroit and take a second during my Illness prayers, td

trip to Canada next month. visits, flowers, cards another EDDIE FLOYD OCT. 10

Teenage TalentEvery kindnesses, my sincere. OTIS CLAY OCT. 18

Every Sunday PLUS thanks. the THE MASQUERADERS OCT. 25
Sh I shall never forget
3 p.m. to 6 p.m OW STARS Free Transportationto warm and touching expressions a CKO xa-o-oo-cxoo a

1st 2nd & 3rd PRIZES Register of your friendship
Call: I am at home, 6730 NW 13th MIAMI'S NO.1 I SOUL BAND t
CASH CASH CASH
VOTE POWER Avenue and Improving steadily. THE ROCKETEERS
Music furnished by Miami's No. 1 Soul Band 693-4041 May God bless you. ;

THE ROCKETEERS Appearing Nightlyi \
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Despite its student body being Classes begin Sept, 19,
housed five miles away in Freshmen will begin
Garth C. Reeves, Jr. Ij I a Howard Johnson Motel, new communications concept with a

II j Florida Memorial College developed by Kenneth Huerink.

started out in its new home assistant toFMCpresident
The excitement of school dances weekend parties and I
high
school football games are all around us. this week with few hitches. Dr. Royal W. Puryear

At the dance scene: I Electric power and sewage The program relates con

Miami Northwestern and Jackson had swinging gym sock I systems were being completed the temporary happenings to all of
hops last Friday night that proved very enjoyable to the crowds in the trailers parked on the first-year subject matter
that turned out. These two schools look forward to doing it I campus that willseyveasdor- and then takes up the normal

again this week-end. Miami Central had an out-of-sight get- e E mitories until completion on collegiate trek into history,

together in the school's cafeteria. Their dance, sponsored by '. construction in December. There is also a scientific
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side to the
the student council (Menchi Hernandez, pres.,Nick Rock,vice) ; : -: modern college,
; .1: : Workmen were busy puttingthe which was moved
featured: live soul band called the Chevrons.We all should be ; I from Saint
familiar with this band fran Collins Avenue's popular "Image'' 'j finishing touches on the Augustine because of what of

where they soul-beated through-out the summer. Their ren- : : 1f I buildings as 250 freshmen ficials say was that city's re-
ditions of ". registered on Tuesday. An- strictive racial climate.
"Foxy Lady' by Jim Hendrix and"Say It Loud" by I
James Brown other 750 upperclassmencame In October 100 students
were truly together. ...,""..'
* * * * * * : 4fsot R ,, in for registration on from the Philippines will arrive -

At the party scene: !J Wednesday making the 48- to take part in a pilot data-

Stephanie Frederick had a big birthday blast at her home on f ; I acre campus at 15800NW 42nd processing program for for-

Saturday night. The Northwestern clan,Jestina Days Euphania .. :{ Ave. a beehive of activity. eign scholarship students
.
Cambridge, Linda Royals Zeke Burrows and a host of others : :. ., .. ,I .' I
led by Joe Thomas entered at and i; J\, -,_.. ,... .,,. .
9:55 really put the thing on } : ,' ,J A.;" j., ';".:, ;, '. "JIU j Scouts Admitted Free
edge. The party was over for some at midnight, but these kids .i .:'.. .," ::'?''':lh';:'l.P. :;) R1r-JJf:';.L", :\.. >," ,. I
were ignorant to the plan of a Junkanoo which started at 1:00 '" I<- l To Championship RegattaScouts

a.m. The clan retired at 1:30 soSteph could make mass that Stitet tfo Meek
m 0 rn in g. I understand her usual seat on the back pew was 01 I of all divisions -- in In addition, Included will be
empty. uniform -- will be admitted a full slate of racing, including -

Tatiana Moss, former soul sister of the week and House of Our soul sister of the week is Marinda Ann Mosby, I free of charge to the City of the 48, 150, 225, 280 and

Photography secretary, threw a surprise birthday party for her daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mosby of 1760 NW Miami's Marine Stadium Sun- 266-cubic inch hydros,and Ski

beautiful sis, Beverly, who is a sophomore at FAMU. Bev's 55th Terrace. Marinda is a junior at Miami Jackson, I day, Sept. 22, for the National Racing Runabouts and E and?
boyfriend, Myron Marlin, played as the decoy.He took her out where she is a member of the Jackson High Pep-club. Championship Regatta according service classes.A .

then dropped by the party pad where a gang of friends and Her hobbies are sewing, cooking, dancing and singing.I to stadium managerLee free boating clinic will beheld
family were waiting to surprise her. Tat seems to feel that Evans.
Saturday (Sept. 21)) from
Bev was really ignorant to the whole deal and Pm inclined to "Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, ,
go-along with her. .... .&.- Cub Scouts, Brownies -- all noon to 4 p.m.when racing enthusiasts
.. can talk to their favorite -
Bernadette Harris threw a swinging Saturday night, which sorts -- are Included as longas and ask
drivers
was one of the many that turned Liberty City into "Hip City." they appear in uniform" tions. ques
* * * * * * Carver YMCA Evans said.

At the sports scene: The regatta, sponsoredby Racing will begin at 1 p.m.
This week marks the beginning of high school football The the Florida Inboard Racing Sunday at the Marine Stadiumon

Northwestern Bulls meet the Central Rockets at 8:00,Thurs- ,Pool Table Donated Club, will decide the National Rickenbacker Causeway..

day night at the J. C. stadium. Kids are also anticipating a Championship in the 91-cubic Admission to all besides

battle of the bands; Miami Jackson meets Coral Park at Cen- :Mrs. Margarite Bullard of REEVES GIVES PARTY: inch division, with a fleet of 12 scouts Is $1.50 for adults,and
tral Stadium on Friday night; Edison and Springs clash at Hialeah 1 1230; SW 170th Terrace dohated boats expected to enter.Channel. $.75 for students and children.

stadium on Thursday; Curley to match Beach Saturday at a pool table to the Car- Mr. Garth Reeves, editor ol r

Hialeah; Carol City and South West at Hialeah stadium on Saturday vei;r YMCA, Saturday Sept. 14. the Miami Times, gave part,
and Mays encounters Miami High in the Orange Bowl The 'Y' now has a table for for his news carriers and JO Publicizes

tonight (Thursday). thE younger boys as well as neighborhood children, Saturday
* * * * * * older ones. at the :
Carver YMCA
]Mr. Thornton, program di- Employment OpportunitiesAnd
On the
campus scene
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ctor and the children who at-
At Central as at Northwestern the kids in Fifty newspaper carriers
are eager preparation tel d '
] the 'Y. are most grate- were in attendance
for the football along with Problems
Both bands
upcoming
practice
game.
ful 1 l to Mrs.Bullard for her kindt
daily on the school fields. The Bulls are also celebrating the the neighborhood children and ... - . --- -.-- ---
act of charity. staff members Miami's WLBW-TV from-the shoulder factual talk
coronation of Miss Northwestern and her court. At Miami of the YMCA.
Channel 10 will publicize the with of all
Miami blacks
ages
Jackson the kids .
at the
are very pleased successful turnout 01 t results
of
its
their first dance and look forward to having them throughoutthe : LIBERTY CITYELEMENTARY NORTH DADE long recent months- from all walks of life, includ-
study on the employment ing those living deep withinMiami's
year.
SCHOOL P. T. A TO problems and
Nancy Studstill, Miami Northwestern senior, personally MEET opportunities ghettos. The report
wishes Morris Williams, '68 Bull graduate a happy 18th birth- School has commenced.Our North Dade Jr. High School facing. The the Negro in Miami today also includes Interviews with
day. school is proud to wel- will observe its initial Parent: the report is produced by area businessmenwhoarefOW

. . . . . . . come the following new Teacher Association meeting,, station's News andSpecial realizing the psychological -
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45 OF THE WEEK: "Over You" by Gary Puckett and the Union teachers to our Liberty City Sept. 26, Thursday at 8 p.m. director vents Department under the impact of black employ-
Gap elementary School Family: The highlight of this meeting of news Director ment and its affects on the

ALBUM OF THE WEEK: "Fever Zone" by Tom Jones. Miss Mary Hylor Third level, will be the acceptance of the Ken Taylor and will be aired community and on their busi-
on
LATER Mr. Joe Mazolo, Physical Education Dade County Parent-Teacher prime time, 9:30 p.m. on nesses now and in the very

Mrs. Helen Foden Council Chapter by the president Thursday September 19. En- near future.
NORTHWESTERN Elementary School CaseWorker Mrs. Mary Brown. This titled "Color Me Black," the

CHORUSThe '-"';;" Mrs. Clara Darby, membership in the council half-hour Project 10 program "Color Me Black" is nar-
Concert Chorus of ./ LibraryClerk, Mrs. Mary Williamson another milestone toward total attempts to present the true rated by Ken Taylor, researched -

Miami Northwestern will pre- CI \, Elementary School integration. picture regarding employmentand and written by Betty
sent its annual Talent Show in Clerk. It is anticipated that North job opportunity for the Cochran and directed by Ray

the school auditorium, Mon- This Dade parents and teachers will blacks in Miami. Potts. All interviews were

day night, September 23, at Elementary year,is Liberty serving as City a extend Invitations for membership It features some straight- handled by Bill Bayer.

7:30 p.m. pilot for Sullivan to all concerned com I ... '" ... ___ _ I
Such talent as the Pep- Program. munity citizens and sincerely r. 0). &. 5. KfcPORT:; :

perrettes, The Chevrons,Wil- Although the exact date of hope for a rewarding re-
lie Thomas, The Sensations, the first p.T.A.hasn't been de- sponse. Training Jobs Open NowHere

Gwendolyn Thomas, Herman cided Mrs. Doris Simmons, Meetings are bimonthly on
Brown, and many others will P.T.A.is urging each parent to the fourth Thursday at 8 p.m. is an opportunity to learn a trade. Each week

appear. _.ti -!nM-.ww.nbtw. -6Uf">. ."A.wem-nnne....-6 IAU": ..... AU6 rnw We look forward towelcoming the Florida state Employment Service will list several
The public is cordially invited Lula McKenzie birthdayed the coming school year. Let's you. trainee positions open in the Miami area.All you have
to attend. The admissionis last week and hosted a groupof make this a banner year for r fice to do Is apply for them at the Employment Service of-
100. Tickets may be secured our P.T.A. she urges. listed below.
family and friends at the Free Transportationto
at the box office in the ((1)) A firm in North Miamlwili train someone to be
Knight Beat on Wednesday New pupils in Level 6,room
Register an outboard
motor
school auditorium beginningFriday night. #6 mechanic. You must be mechanically -
are as follows Virgil
afternoon She is the of : Call: inclined and interested in this type of work. The
daughter Mrs. Brown Debra Williams
Helen Lindsey and the late and Joe Washington.Mrs. VOTE POWER salary will start at $75.00 for a forty four hour week.
JUDO AT CARVED (2)) A Hialeah learn
YMCA John McKenzie. Miss McKenzie 693-4041 employer will train someone to
Judo classes will be offered is a model for Harvey Cody Johnson is very the occupation of foundry worker.The salary will start

Monday, Wednesday Friday, Wigs, of Walter's Wigs and Patricia proud to add the following 110 at $1.80 an hour for an eight hour day, Monday through
from 2-6 and Saturday 11 Dress Shop. She also students to her class this year; Friday.
1. models once a month for Pamela Reaves, and Curtis ., (3) A Counterman is needed by a restaurant in the

Also offered with the Judo Seventeen Magazine the teenage Studivent.Mrs. NW section of Miami. The employer is willing to train

classes is Karate which is offered "Bible for fashions. Henrietta D. Jones is "Your Neighborhood TroV.| a reliable person for 'a salary of $2.00 an hour plus
at the same time. Besides these activities she very pleased to welcome the Agonft"A days meals on a work shift of ll:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m. six

For further information call also works as a ticket sales- following new students to her a week.
696-0231 or 696-0 32.The'Y' woman for,Eastern Airlinesand class: Mary Scott, Vanessa near to you o. your Apply for all these positions'at the Industrial Office,
Is opened 9 is Johnson toUphono. Civ us a call. Florida State Employment Service 1350NW 12th Ave.,
Monday-Friday employed at Army-Navy Angela Heath,Win- Wo dolivor. 1104 NW 3rd Room
a.m. to 8 p.m. and on Satur- Surplus Store and Sunshine ston Reeves, William Holtand Ave. FR 98451. Chas. C. 8 280. Employment Service offices are open at
days from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Market. Anthony Myers. i North Manager. a.m. sharp Monday through Friday.


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Pharmaceutical Association Holds Seminar i.I. .I.

The Hon. Mrs. Athalie s ion a 1 s due to encroaching Range asserted that only i: = -i1IWAYIVEGO. . i iI
Range, member of the Miami governmental programs un- through the individual and collective I .
City Commission was guest less they, as individual mem- efforts of all small I ..
speaker at a seminar luncheon bers of the community and as businessmen can the indivi- I
of the SoutheastFloridaPhar- professionals, become involved duality and the economic independence : .
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maceutical Association; in the problems affecting of the whole com I ",/I [
luncheon held Sunday, Sept. 8. those around them. munity be maintained.The : ,1' :
Mrs. Range addressed the The small businessman, one pharmaceutical I '} A <{ [3.1 ,. A
audience assembled for the who, in some cases, may be seminar was conducted by the I .
luncheon on the danger of the owner of a community Florida A&M University office :f. :
pharmacists losing their pharmacy is a vital part of of Continuing Educationand ..
status as independent profes- community life, and Mrs. the School of Pharmacy, .
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and was sponsored by the ,

Urban Affairs Committee Southeast ceutical Association Florida Pharma-through e I..

arrangements made with the ..
University by Mr. Ben Saks,
To Study Atlanta Urban president of the Association. h :.
Dean M. Jones of the Fla. So .
A&M School of Pharmacyandthree .
Renewal members of the faculty .
.........., ... ... Dr. F. B. Adenika, Prof, ..
Representative Gerald and need them. This meetingis Robert S.Scarbough,and Prof. M .S
Lewis (D-Miami) announced the first step toward educa- Kenneth C. Davis lectured to \
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j that he has made arrange- ting the Legislature of this an audience of nearly 200 .
ments for a meeting of the Interim need. A revised bill is being pharmacists of the Miami area ..
Committee on Urban Affairs prepared by our Committee'staff on many issues, both professional .
with federal officials in and will be presented to and administrative, 1 > ..
Atlanta to consider the subject the committee next week along which are pertinent to the pro- ,5 .
of urban renewal.The meet- with a research report on the fession of pharmacy.A ..
ing, which will be held onSep- various aspects of community historical note was addedto ..
tember 30, will consist of a redevelopment. If we can begin the seminar in a lecture by .
tour of Atlanta's highly suc- anew with open minds, I am Dean Jones tracing the evolu- ..
cessful urban renewal projects sure that we can avoid the mis- tion of pharmacy from its ori- eo .
and detailed gins in many lands and cul- .
a briefing understandings and mistakes .
on the technical aspects of urban which we have made in the tures up to the professionalstatus ..
it .
renewal by officials of the past." enjoys today.BARBECUE e
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U. S. Department of Housingand y is .
Urban Development .
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In announcing the meeting, o .
Representative Lewis said, ..
"The arrangements which .
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have been made are most impressive + staid: .
I feel that this will 5 Feet Hlghr o o
be one of the most productive J .5fA
meetings that the Committee ..
could ever attend on this sub- 1 .
ject. A similar meeting was DAD ..
recently conducted for offic- 14 .
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ials of the Florida League of D \ .
Municipalities and the com- A ..
ments by these officials have .
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been very laudatory. We are PIT S
hopeful that this same degree
Delivered 8 Up
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the attendance of the Committee. .
pSH SA9so $9th : KEEP UP :
"Local officials throughoutthe pR CE
State have expessed urgent Down : ON /ALLOETHE i
need for urban renewal LIFETIME CONSTRUCTION,CAN'T RUST OR CORRODE 4
legislation to help eliminate WRITTEN GUARANTEE MARBLEIZED I
slums and blight. The defeatof SIDE-SHELVES; LARG: ADJUSTABLE 24"xis" HAPPENINGS
a general bill on urban renewal CHROME GRILL.
which I introduced in the
1967 session has caused un- 7547171Sunday i
Open dolly 8 a.m.-5 p.m. BACK HOME
told millions of dollars paid by 11 a.m.-4 p.m.
Florida taxpayers to be spent Patio Man! I Is yourHeadquarters .
in other states and has pro- i for
Barbecue Pits Umbrellas WITH YOUR NEWSY
longed the exlstance of slumsin Pat 0 Mate' ;, Patio Stones SteppingStones i
our urban areas. We desperately & Other Quality Con-
s sii
need legislationwhich 655 N.W. 79th ST. crete Products NEWSPAPER
will make these federal
:
funds available to those com .

munities in Florida which want I HOW DO YOU STANDMore ? ii ij[ 1it tamt <(Uimes i


SUPPORTYOUR >- than 25,000,000 million people go to .
a hospital during a year's time. This Whether You're 50 Miles Away a
amounts to 68,000 hospital admissionsevery
YMCA day-about ONE every V/i seconds!! Or 1,000 Miles Away.................... .! I


.One out of TEN patients stays. in the hos- Take Us Along With you..................... !
pital more than 21 days. THREE out ofTEN .

remain more than 10 days.

-The odds are ONE SEVEN that YOU will I SPECIAL SUBSCRIPTION I

be among the persons admitted to a hospital I

within the next year. s FOR STUDENTS i
-Hospital care EXPENSIVE. Many Florida OFFER

hospitals currently I charge in excess of .

$55.00 per day-and the rate is increasing CUPFILL GOT AND MAIL TODAY FOR BM SAVINGS '
daily.A I

hospital bill for 1000.00 or morels not I ijI I1e J8ainmi ijIime i
'" unusual, and FEW people can write a check

for a thousand dollars. I 6530 N.W. 15th AVENUE, MIAMI, FLORIDA 33147 I

Mrs. Verneice James How do you and yourfamily standCall your SUBSCRIPTION GOOD FROM SEPT. 6, 1968 TO JUNE 6, 1969 i
and ask for
CENTRAL LIFE MANAGER a

Formerly Wig Stylist of Susie's conference hospital coverage for you and "s {140 BIG ISSUES FOR ONLY $4.00 I I

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now located at: yours.CENTRAL LIfE\ Name .............................................. ............. :.

Thelma's School I ................................Address.. ................... i
Beauty Salon INSURANCE COMPANY

1094 NW 79th Street City .................. State .......-....... Zip ee.eeee..e. S
Phone: 6930632Specializing 1416 N. BOULEVARD : .. (
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I NAACP Deposits $75,000 I Too Fund-Raiser. ffefoect Build fMC I I

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In Harlem/ Freedom Bank I The opening. of Florida Representative Claude

Memorial College this Sep- Pepper, who made firstap-

NEW YORK. A check for whose annual turnover will be tember, 1968, Is another tri- peal for funds.
$75,000 from the NationalAs- at least $1,200,000 a year.In the bridges across which many bute to one of the most dynamicfund Although he gets paid for
sociation for the Advancementof organizations and individualshave raisers in America today his work as a professional

Colored People was pre- accepting the check, Rob- come to the status which Dr. Harold Dunsky.In fund-raiser, and Is,therefore,
sented on Sept. 11 to Jackie inson said; they enjoy today. The NAACP the ten years that he is l disqualified from the priase

Robinson, Board chairman of "Had it not been for the has instilled pride in over-all a resident of Miami this man, and kudos which normally goes
Harlem's Freedom National NAACP laying the groundworkdown citizenship which included the who has raised $100 million in to the volunteer, any man who

Bank, by Roy Wilkins,NAACP through the years,Free- desire to own and operate his lifetime, has brought to gives to the community four
executive director, as the be- dom Bank could not have come one's own business and own Dade County three other major major J institutions such as

ginning of an NAACP account into being. The NAACP built one's home." complexes that serve the one Dunsky has projected, is deserving -
Wilkins saidthatthe million population in the area. of the appreciationwhich

NAACP's action was in keepin The first challenge to Dun- the citizens of this city
Candidates
For SubCouncilMembers with its"commitmenttothe sky, a product of the Midwest, must render.To .

I economic development of Chicago, was the developmentand DR. HAROLD DUNSKY boast of a series of successes -

NeededThe black communities." He noted building program of the Memorial College, from St. one right after an-
that for 20 years the NAACP new Mt. Sinai Hospital. In a other and no failures in his
pur pose of the Model is Monday September has made deposits in Negro period of two years the mag- Augustine to Miami. In spiteof twenty-odd years of fund-
the fact could
that he have
City Program is to make the 30, 1968. banks and savings and loan or- nificient edifice on Miami raising activity, is something
identified with less difficult
neighborhood a better place in As a Sub-Council member, ganizations. Among the pres- Beach was packed through the unmatched in this particular
which to live. In order to do it will be YOU who say what ent repositories of NAACP genius of this great man who projects, Dunsky accepted the profession.
great challenge of America
this, you the resident, MUST the people in your area need.It funds are financial institutions united community forces in a Even Babe Ruth struck out
BECOME INVOLVED IN THE will be you who will help plan located in the Cities of New multi-million dollar endeavor today in motivating the development at the plate; Joe Louis got
of aninstitutionwhich
PLANNING AND IN THE how to get what is needed and York, Chicago, Los Angeles, toward a successful conclu- knocked out; Abraham Lincoln
CARRYING OUT OF THOSE it will be you,in the final analysis Philadelphia, Cleveland, Dur- sion, in spite of the multitudinous would fit into the pattern lost election prior to achiev-
of that
PLANS. No one knows how to who will deter mine howmuch 'ham, N. C., Raleigh, N, C., fund raising drives integration,except ing the presidency ---.
in this it would be
plan for your needs better than better the neighborhood Columbia, S.C., and Memphis, which draw heavily on community case, "In- The many successes of
you because you live with them will be.If you fail to become an i Term. leaders. tegration in Reverse. Harold Dunsky brings him

every day. We have never bad active member of the commun. The NAACP's deposits, Soon after the Mt. Sinai The problem was to pull together numerous invitations from all

a better opportunity to fulfill ity,you have no beef when thing; Wilkins continued, will help campaign, Dunsky moved his community support and over the world to handle campaigns -
some of our needs, and desires do not c ome out the way you i Negro businessmen to participate offices from Miami Beach to contributions for an institution for human aspirationsand
which
as we have in the Model think they should. more, effectively; in loan Miami to even up the score by was stagnating in a welfare.
somewhat backward
City Program simply by be- Get involved in making your programs 'such as those ad- once again focusing on a crash commun- With fifteen years to go and
coming involved. Did you know area a better place in which to ministered by the Small Busi- program that created another ity and have it accepted in a retirement staring him in the

that in many of the neighbor- live; become a sub-council representative ness Administration and the magnificlent institution, Ce- inundated metropolitan with area various which kindsof was face, the heavyweight fund-
hoods in the Model City area for your neigh- Agency for Economic De- dars of Lebanon Hospital. raiser can be expected to deliver
multimillion dollar
there are no representatives? borhood In the Model City Pro velopment. From this last great serviceto drives. another half-dozen com-
An ELECTION will be held gram. the Dunsky accepted the opportunity munity projects which will
humanity Dunsky office
OCTOBER 5th and 6th,1968 in "The deposit of monies in relocated fifteen, miles northto in spite of the fact that serve humanity.

every area from which there is GRAHAM-BURDINES SCHOLARSHIP black communities," he added North Miami Beach wherea fund-raising drives on behalfof Indeed this is a tribute to
no representation for sub- TO FMCA "also will make easier the College in the previousfive this great man!
new hospital the Osteopathic
council seats. four year tuition scholar for ordinary citizens to secure Hospital received, the stimu- years had been a complete
ship to Florida Memorial Col- money for mortgages, schol- failure and community supportwas
If you are interested in be- lege, named after Its Board arships and other inducementsfor lus "The Great Persuader, a t a minimum.The .
com In g a candidate to represent Chair man, Rev. Edward T. the uplift of themselvesand as Dunsky was now being hail- initial effort was a determined

your neighborhood, Graham, was announced by the their children" ed, was able to give.In campaign to encourage Free Transportationto

contact the Model City Office Chairman of the Board of Bur- The NAACP's deposits October, 1966, Harold community leadership RegisterCall

Immediately at 693-4302 dine's, Thomas C. Wasmuth. the Freedom National Bank Dunsky set his mind to enable this was done originally with :
, or stop by the office located The title of the scholarshipwill will be monies collected the Negro community inthe the help of former United VOTE POWER

next to Steven's Market, 6207 be "The Rev. Edward T. through its tax-deductible State of Florida to relocate a States Senator, Harry P.Cain, 693-4041
NW 27th A venue. The deadlinefor Graham Burdine's Scholar- Special Contribution Fund. 76 year old four-year Lib- who opened up significantdoors
qualifying as a candidate ship." eral Arts r.011 e g e, Florida in the community and

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from left, Miami City Manager M. L. Reese; Robert Simms, Metro Director of housing In our area. Y FIVE

Community Relations; Mrs. Faith High, widow of the late Robert King High, xw Sr .d CONYDIID/T

former Mayor who was instrumental in getting a professional football franchisefor LOCATiONSPEOPLES

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Northeast 125th Street at 10th Avenue
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11-member commission to ,
CALL TODAY North Miami Florida
Northeast 2nd Avenue at 95th Street ,
make a one-year study of Ne- 151.6611
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sent to the Senate by roll- Deliver ;,

call vote of 261 to 45 a bill to PEOPLES FIRST NATIONAL BANK

authorize the President to appoint ART Center Sewing OF NORTH MIAMI BEACHWest

the commission "from Dixie Highway at 162nd Street

persons who are authorities on North Miami Beach, Florida
Negro history and culture." 12910 N W '_. : Telephone 945-4311

Commission members 7th Avenue BRAND NEW

would receive no fixed sal- Miami 1N I9S8 PORTABLES PEOPLES LIBERTY NATIONAL PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK
aries but would be paid $100 BANK OF NORTH MIAMI OF COMMERCE
plus expenses for each day of EASY TERMS Northwest 7th Avenue at 135th Street Northwest 79th Street at 33rd Avenue
official business. They could TRADES ACCEPTED North Miami, Florida Miami, Florida

hire a staff and fix its compen- All Credit Cards and Charge Plates Accepted Telephone 685-2444 Telephone* 696-0700
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B-C Student! Report...
BY PRISCILLA REDDING a
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the U. S. "Black Africans
College senior who toured would shake my hand and call The September Lawn of the Month winners are Mr. and Mrs.
Africa and Asia this summer, me 'brother,' but they didn't George Gibson of 15040 Harrison St. This lawn was selected
found the people there had ask me many questions: from area No. 2. p

three main gripes about the t "There is a kinship though, Miss Vivian Stiles left for Florida State University,at Tallahassee -
U.S. k and they are all friendly and She recently completed her work here in Miami at
"They don't like whatwe're sympathetic to the black man's the Miami Dade Jr. College, South Campus. AFRICAN WOMAN TO
doing in Vietnam, they don't problems in this county," he With the closing of the Baptist Convention in Atlanta, Ga.
like our riots and they are very added. Rev. and Mrs. R. J. Grant of Tunica, Mississippi Jetted to HEAD 1969
concerned about all our assas- Kidd said he feels that many Florida to visit with the Herbert (Edna) Ammonses.They are
sinations," said Julius Kidd, Africans and Asians lack a the godparents of Collyer. Mrs. Grant assistant supervisorof GENERAL ASSEMBLY
president of the B-CC student thorough knowledge of what the Basic Adult Education in Coahoma County Clarksdale,

government.Kidd really goes on in the U.S. Mississippi While here they enjoyed their stay and plan to re- UNITED NATIONS N.Y.-
from Riviera Beach, 1 1H- "I asked a USES (U.S. Infor- turn in the future. (A P- The election of Miss, Angle -
was one of the two B-CC stu- .. mation Service) man in Nai- House guest of Mrs. M. Bethelof 14620Pierce St. were her Brooks, Liberian under-
dents on a six week's tour -- robi what he tol d the Kenyan son and daughter-in-law and family. Her son Arvis spent one secretary of state, as presi-
sponsored by the Methodist JULIUS KIDD people about riots,and he said: year In Germany and is preparing to leave for Vietnam. His dent of the 1969 General As-
Board of Higher Education, 'we tell them the truth/ But classification is Sp-5 United States Army. Also residing with assured
sembly was virtually
everybody stops what he is do-
Nashville; the American Uni- does he know the truth?" the Mrs. Bethel is Miss Frances Moore. She's presently teachingat when she received the
ing, face east and pray five Monday
versity School of InternationalS student leader asked. Richmond Heights Jr. High School.
times a day both are hind- endorsement of the African
e r v Ice; and a number of rances to he said. Black Africans' problems If there are any interested young ladies who wish to Join a chiefs of state in Algiers.
Methodist Church related col- progress, aren't so different from black Sr. Girl Scout troop here's your chance. Troop 857, Mrs. M.
leges such as BethuneCookman Touring so many countriesin Americans', even though they Pratt, of 13930 Monroe St. is now recruiting new members. Miss Brooks, veteran U.N.
College. a six week period, Kidddidn't are in the majority in Africa, Meetings are held at the above address every Saturday at 4 diplomat, would thus becomethe
Roger Booth, a B-CC stu- have much chance to get Kidd went on to say, but the second woman to head the
dent from Philadelphia, also out and talk with people on the problems are worse becauseof p.m.The Trustee Board of Second Baptist Church is sponsoring a assembly. Mrs. Vijayalak-
went on the tour. They visited streets but he said he saw widespread poverty and il- Carnival September 28, o the church grounds.It will begin at shmi Pandit of India served as
Senegal, Nigeria, Ghana, the enough to realize that they literacy. 12 noon and continue through 6 p.m. Everyone come out and president in 1953.
Ivory Coast, Liberia, Tan- have "a"terible economic Most of the wealth In Africa have fun. Tickets maybe purchased from any trustee member. Under the assembly's system -
zania, Kenya, Ethiopia, Pakistan problem. remains in the hands of white The Miami Killian Cougar's will open up their football sea- of regional rotation, the
India, Thailand, Hong Most of the countries we investors or government lead- son, Thursday, Sept. 19, at Central Stadium.The fighting Cou- presidency is due to go to an
Kong, Japan and Hawaii. saw have a per capita incomeof ers, Kidd claimed, and little gars' wll take on the Palmetto Panthers. Come out at 8 p.m. African in 1969. The action of
less than$100 a year," Kidd filters down to the people. and cheer the Cougar's to victory. the African chiefs of state resolved -
The purpose of the trip was pointed out. "The slums are The tour confirmed Kidd's Congratulations to Mrs. Annie King who completed her work a contest among Liberia -
to see the role religion playsin sordid; the malnutrition and intention to go into the Peace this summer for a Master of Education Degree. She receivedher Uganda and Morocco for
developing nations, Kidd filth are terrible." Corps after he is graduatedfrom M. Ed. from Indiana University, Bloomington, Ind. the backing of the African bloc.
said. He visited one school "at B-CC and to make some Election Day is nearing.Are you a registered voter? Voters
He said he believes two ma- least it passes for a school," kind of international servicehis registration books are now open at the"Justice Building" 1351
jor religions,Hindu and Islam, where 25 or more students life's work. NW 12th St. Register now to vote. Consider it your obligationto SEE THE NEW
are playing an apparently were crowded into a stuffy, "The thing these people vote -- if we do not use this most precious privilege, we are
negative role. The caste sys- dirty five by six foot room. need most is more education likely to lose It. For further information call 377-7501.
tem of the Hindu religion and Kidd said he wasn't asked and more help from volun-
the Islamic requirement that much about race relations in teers," he said. MO'SBAR
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children who integrated Little As director of the Joint Apprenticeship succeeded in getting 600
Rock's Central High School in Program (JAP) youths into apprenticeship
1957 after the historical con- of the Worker's Defense Lea- programs, "using a variety of
frontation between th e gover- gue, Green "heads a $600,000 methods born of necessity and 10 yr. Service BRAND NEW ; !
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troops Is recounted In the current youths into the apprenticeship perience." JELEVISIO
Issue of Look Magazine. training courses of the na-
tion's building crafts union. Special Price -- lI
Ernest Green, one of the "Operating out of an attache
nine, became the first of his case," Look reports,"withan Taylor 1588
race to be graduated from imperturbable cool," Green
Central High. He later earned moves in a "split-level worldof my 1 EASY TERMS
his bachelor and master's degrees ghetto skeptics and union Tailor;' Rug ToolUpholst.ry

from Michigan State and bosses, talking money to the GOOD CLOTH Tool COMPLETE WITH 8 LABOR I
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ABC Sewing Center, 12910 NW 7th Avenue
James Wonxa
told is his present strugglethat bosses, talking money to the James Dixon
while "less publicizedthan former and pressing for moe Frank Blue All credit cards and charge plates accepted EARPHONE
the battle of Little Rock, apprenticeship places and jobs Edward Blue .
Philip Bethel
may mean more significant from the latter." Aaron Wiley --- $5.00
Robert Reed

Michael Harry Cochran Williams BRAND NEW Z'Z-ZA DOWNCall
Youth Day Free Transportationto Michael Mobley
Raymone Fullard 1968
At Mt. Olivette Register Leonard ThompsonW. '
Call: Washington ,
This Sunday, Sept. 22, the
youth of Mt. Olivette will be in VOTE POWER PANTS MADE IN 5 DAYS $ ) .688 751-5629

charge of the services. Our 693.4041 ((04)) NO CREDIT
pastor Rev. I. C. Mickins is on Terms REQUIRED
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vacation, and our guest speaker Sews ButtonsMakes
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Joseph Smith, who was the For free -, FURNITURE
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asking the support of all mem- Phone 235-8816 -------------------------
bers and friens. Mrs.Carolyn
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Davis is president.The BEDSPREADS DRAPERIES SHADES
combined wards No. 1 W.T. WELLS .
and 2 under the leadership of UPHOLSTERING CARPETAll AlL Adjust COMPANY

Deacon Leroy Johnson will prices trimmed fit your pocket 9 8 ir'625.
have dinners on sale at the You will like the way we do businessIn ; c 45 K. W. 54th Street

church, 1450 NW 1st Ct.. this your home at your convenienceCall ABBEY DOMESTIC Miami, Florida 33127
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church and place your orders.

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Center, Inc. Health Advisory Council will take place Tuesday,
Sept. 24, at 7:30 p.m. The meeting will be held at the Browns-
ville Neighborhood Center, 2741 NW 49th Street. .
The Health Advisory Council will be .._ --- -
composed clients of Father Joseph Coleman- I
the Family Health Center. This council will provide a vehicle, Mrs Claudia Fuller Theodore Johnson- Mrs. Lou Barbieri-
whereby the residents of the target area will have a voice at Central Downtown Miami South Miami EdisonLittleBetty River
the policy and operational level of the program.Over 800 -
clients have been treated at the center since Unopened in June.
Each of thec 11 e n t shave been notified of the meeting and a EOPI Area Directors NamedMrs.

large turnout is anticipated. Miss Laurie Forniss, wo is the
Health Programs Director, for EOPI, will chair the initial
meeting. The goals of the Family Health Center will be dis- Marie S. Carl, Executive Centers will begin a special manLiberty City;DlnoCaras
cussed by Dr. John O. Brown, president of the Board, and Dr. I: Director of the Economic training session September Per r i in e; Mrs. GwendolynCherryBrownsville
Lynn P. Carmichael project director and other staff mem4 4 Opportunity Program, Inc. of 30, 1968. ; Mrs. n
bers. A general discussion regarding the health problems in ]Dade County has announcednew After the two weeks training Betty Lou Edison- I 4L
the community is planned. The purpose of this discussion is to I appointments in the a- session the nine Area Little River; MrS. Claudia
Identify health problems as viewed by the residents and see ,jency's current reorganization Directors will assume controlof Fuller Acting Area Directorof
where they can be solved by the Family Health Center and t: the operation within their central downtown Miami L
other health agencies.From his discussion goals for the Health The Area Directors, geographical areas. area, and Vernon Stokes-Co- *
Advisory Council will be identified.A ,will be responsible for all agency conut Grove.
committee will be for m.d from the council to review activity in their geographical The appointments which are Mrs. Carl also named Wil-
health literature currently available to the program.This committee sections including effective September 30, are: w .c

will determine if the Information is revelant to the tar- (Child Opportunity Centers, Benny O'Berry-Opa Locka; lie Brown, currently servingas Mrs. ;;ndol-, Cherry I
get area population and suggest changes in the literature. ]Multi-Services Neighborhood Theodore JohnsonSouth Center Director of the ,- ---
Another discussion will center around the role of the Health (Centers and Youth Opportunity Miami; Father Joseph Cole- Homestead-Floridacity area, r '!' ,
Advisory Council within the Family health Center concept. "Because of the tense racial .. :>; \
This discussion will provide a basis for organizing coun- situation in the South Dade I

cil around issues which are pertinent to the clients of the area we found it imperativeto
Family Health Center and to the community as a whole. na mea person of Mr.
Miss Forniss is hopeful that"a large number of clients will BARBER SHOP FOR SALE Brown's caliber as Acting
show up for this meeting. It is importantthat the residents of Area Director, who is fami-
the area take an active role in solving the health problems of liar with the people and the
Busy N. W. Shopping Center. 17th Ave. &
the community. It is generally recognized that the problems problems of that area, "Mrs. f A F v
cannot be solved without the active participation of residentsin 95th Street. Completely' equipped. 4 chairs, Carl said.

the area. The health council will provide a forum for keep 4 sinks, air conditioner, T. V. Ready to Mrs. MirlamSmith has been
ing the health center relevant." Mr. Charles Feltus, Admin- make money. Low price. Good terms. Phone: name Acting Center Managerfor
istrator of the Family Health Center, stated that "the resi- Homestead Florida City to
dents have responded very well to their program in terms of 685-0021. replace Mr. Brown dujring his

seeking medical and dental services. However, the program E. HARRY DENNY. Realtor interim appointment. Both appointments -
cannot be a full success unless the clients participate in the are effective Sept.
Health Advisory Council. Without resident participation the 30. '.., ri
program could drift away from meeting the needs of the
II. Benny O'Berry-Opa-Locka!
clients: .' J-
The Brownsville and Liberty City Neighborhood Centers
have assisted the Family Health Center staff in notifying the

clients of the meeting. Look at all the things changed.
HEALTH HINT- Bad eyesight plagues one out of every five we
children in our country. And one child in every 25 has hearing
trouble. Either of these difficulties could interfere with your
We gave all these new models prettynew
child's success at school or with his social adjustment. If
faces. This model, the 174, has a spring
you recognize the clues, defective vis ion is easy to spot. Your motor that automatically advancesthe
child may blink frequently,rub his eyes,squint,frown, or balk
film for It's less
you.
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Hearing trouble, too, shows up In habits. Your child may ,: $30 an :,
cock his head to one side, misunderstand or ignore instruc- We took our budget model
tions, speak too softly or too loudly, or act inattentive and and added an electric eye that
restless-all because he cannot understand the sounds around automaticallysetsthelensfor.,

him. If you are concerned about your child's vision or hear- you. It's the 134 and it's ,..,.",.,P
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LABOR UNIONS TO TRAIN way into the Mr. Universe Pageant scheduled Sept. 28 at the Miami Beach

I Auditorium. Mason was limbering up on Haulover Beach for the event, which

BLACK APPRENTICESProject will attract the finest in the world. Reigning champion is Sergio Oliva, a na-

tive of Cuba, who i is a Negro.TOOTHACHE .

LEAP leaped into Listening to League Presi- struct ion Trades Council

being when the Greater Miami dent Mrs. Maude Reid, at the AFL-CIO; Charles Muntain, ,' ,, .,
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Urban League and the Miami table are, left to right: T.W. Chief Labor Liason EEOC;and ;.. .f<. M''UI: ..'t.. t g .v't.' '..vixs

Building and Construction Fair executive director;: Archie B. Moore, National Get- ....L. r '.
Council signed a contract to Commissioner Athalie Range, Representative BAT, U.S.Department F : .
train black apprentices in the Joe E. Henry President of Labor--Johnsonof SLICK BLACKDOUBLE 6
building trades. Miami Building &Con Miami photo. \_ ACTION !
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NAACP Drive Warns /Minority Business Development GroupsTo



Negroes Not To Coordinate Programs Through NFL I



"Sit Out" ElectionsNEW Aiming at strengthening. services to their fifty odd Council for Equal Business presenting the National
Business League, which
Opportunity the United Mort-
,
national pro g ram to aid mult city projects and
served as host for this meet-
Wilkins white voter registration." black and other minority small promised NBL financial co gage Bankers; the American ing its President Er .
YORK.-Roy The Savings am iAwn League, the was e-
businesses of
executive director of th e Na- drive will continue, he said, a conference operation It recommendedthat National Association of Mar ley G. Burrell.
tional Association for the Advancement until all registration books are representatives of groups involved NBL contact all groups ket Developers,the The cooperation proposed
Brooklyn
in economic
ghetto specializing in black businessand
of Colored People, closed and beyond then to elec- Local between NBL and the groups
development resolved to co- request them to join in informal Development Company,
this week said that in view of tion day when black people will P.A.C.T. of San Francisco represented, Burrell explained -
,
ordinate of their efforts affiliation to address
the challenge of George Wal- be transported to the polls.W. many the Chicago Economic De- is to be "voluntary,and on
through the National Business such insurance
problems as
lace and the radical right Negroes C. Patton, NAACP associate velopment Foundation, and the a project by project pattern,
League. and
can ill afford to sit out director o f voter edu- financing government procure Presbyterian Economic De- without any alteration of
this year's Presidential and cation and registration,cited a men as they affect black velopment Corporation. Re- existing structures."
The loosely knit group and other minority small
Congressional elections. mid-August Gallup Poll which
known .
as the Joint Conference business.
At a news conference held on showed that 36 per cent of eli-
on the C a use of in
Sept. 12, Wilkins said that even gible non-white voters had not Business met in Cleveland Negroes in National Business League Open 7 Days-8 A.M. to 10 P.M.
though the former Alabama registered, with 24 per cent accepted the Joint Con-
Governor only has a "ghost of unregistered whites. "In nual conjunction Convention with of the the 68th National An- ference's resolutions and in a The Best For Less AtlOVER

a chance" of becoming Presi- terms of numbers, this means Business separate action called for the
League pioneer
dent, "the support he has mus- that 4,854,000 non-whites had black business Defense Department and Yvf
tered throughout America not registered as of that date." founded developmentgroup Booker General Services Administrations -
by
T.
bodes ill for the need of poor "If our campaign is successful Washington in 1900. The joint to create the position of
Negroes for improved em- ," he continued, "it Conference has held Assistant Secretary of De-
group one
ployment housing and educa- could make a significant dif- fense for Social-
prior meeting in New York in con 0 m 1 c
tion opportunities." ference in the November elections
Programstoaidghetto
March 1968 and plans further
"This morning's headlines, not only in the Presidential meetings soon. economic development via
as well as the cover story of campaign but in every their purchasing, and pro-
a major newsweekly," Wilkins race right on down to county The Joint Conference con- curement and manpower deve-

continued, "show that Wal- dogcatcher." tained representatives from lopment activities. .y
lace's strength lies not only in Patton said that the NAACP over a dozen national or

Selma, Alabama, but in Os- has expended $85OOOsinceJanuary "multi-city" groups, from Persons attending urging 11 S ; 1Qj P j

wosso, Michigan; not only on registration cam nine universities and from cooperation with the National
among the Ku Klux Klan and paigns. But more important, Federal agencies and major Business League representedthe
the John Birch Society, but he added, thousand of volunteers corporations. It urged NBL to following groups: The Interracial -
among automobile workers. have served as a catalystin provide appropriate ma- Council for Business
police officers and whites registering hundreds chinary to offer clearinghouseJobmobile Opportunity, the National

from all walks of American thousands of new voters

life." throughout the nation. 40,600 CARS SOLD
Wilkins' statement was Patton also said that the

made at a press conference in NAACP would intensify its efforts LocationsThis
Most Recent Survey
in the remaining weeks
which he declared that the is where the Jobmobileis
NAACP would before state registrationbooks +F,
immediately titM
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respond to the forces of 'reaction are closed. At present, Monday and Tuesday, Sept. Shows 51 % Repeat
there is still time to registerin
by designating the datesof 23 and 24, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30
Sept. 15-21 as"NAACP Na- all states except California p.m. McDonald Street and U.S. And Referral BusinessMUNICIPAL

tional Voter RegistrationWeek Kentucky, Mississippi, Pennsylvania 1 Coconut Grove. (Zayres).
during which the organization's Rhode Island and
Wednesday Friday, Sept.
1,800 branches Texas. "In these states," he 2527. 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. AUTO SALES AND SERVICE
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DIES IN NEW YORK I CARD OF THANKSThe



I: I CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS 1 f family of the late j.k .




AN APPRECIATIONFrom CARD OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAMIn r ':
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the family of the late, family of the late loving memory of our r

LLAINE A. GOLSTON, dear daughter,

would like to take this methodto '''";
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and deep appreciation for the

many prayers, visits, cards,

contributions while inthe ..wr

Christian Hospital Foun-
Pr Mrs. Ida Graham, sister of
tainhead Nursing and Conva-
Mrs. Leona Brown passed a-
lescent Home and when she
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way after a brief illness in her
\ passed away for the florals and
in New York, in H a r 1 e m hospital -
food sent to the home of Mrs.
on the 26th of Aug. 1968.
Sybil Boggis with whom she
Funeral services were heldat
lived for over 25 years.
4 Words cannot the Benta's Funeral Chapel, DEYANSA A. STURRUP,
express ,..1. L 630 St. Nicholas Ave., with a 3 1968 wishes to
appreciation of our family for who departed this life September ,
host of co-workers of the Fan-
all the kindnesses shown us. PRBCILLA PIGFORD express their heartfelt thanks for all expressions of
Farmer Association
Especially do we wanttothank who departed this life Sept. 23, ny where she Candy sympathy shown during their bereavement.
was employed for
RUBY MINGO THARPS Mrs. Sybil Boggis and sons, 1966. 25 and a host friends Special thanks to the Reverend Lambert Sands, all

' Lester and Leroy, the pastor, It seems like only yesterdaythat years, guilds of Saint 'Agnes Episcopal Church,Jackson Mem-
In New York attending. Nurses assisted the
whopassedaway
choirs, members and friendsof you were here with us, orial Hospital staff, Ramsey Nursing Home,schools of
26th 1968.We family from Second Caanan
August express
City
our sincere thanks to the St. John Baptist Church, laughing, talking, and spread- Baptist Church. Dade County, Miami Footwear Corp., and last but not

everyone for thoughts of kind- staff of Christian Hospital, Ing Joy. Now two years have so She leaves to mourn a least, Rahming Funeral Home's staff.

ness, cards, letters, tele- Fountainhead Nursing and swiftly passed, and it seems sister, Mrs. Leona Brown,
Convalescent Home, Dr. A, only as if you are always on a brother-in-law Wardell "0 Mother of sorrow,
flowers donations and Mr.
grams, ,
Henry Dr. W. A. Patterson look down from above
personal visits. long journey; a journey from Brown and a host of relatives ,
Jr., neighbors and Francis which shall never return. And shed o-er thy childrenthe
you
To the pastor and friends of and friends. We loved her but
Funeral Home for their dedi- balm of thy love . ."
Greater Bethel A.M.E.Churchto God loved her best. Sleep on
Rev. Hall and members of cated services. May God bless Ollie Pigford, mother Ida and take your rest.
Ebernezer Methodist Churchto and keep you Is our prayer. Wilber Pigford, father Mrs. Annie McKinney Sturrupand

Mrs; Range and her staff, Jean C limps on, cousin The Family Family.
Mary Moore Smith sister
for: service with warmth and ,

efficency,. we.give our humble Ft. Myers, Fla. HOUSE OF ALBERT .
thanks. Lt. Col. E. B. Adams, -AIM'S- ,.. DEATH NOTICE

brother, New York City Curtis Ames Davis, of S.W. Mr. Jame-s. A. C. Royal of
Lester Tharps, husband John Gus Donaldson,of 5811 Grove died on Sept. 17th at
Frederick S. Moore, $1.11 Street Homestead,Florida East Street Nassau Bahamas
Rose M. Wallace Daniel ;S.W. 59th StreetSouth Miami Jackson Memorial Hospital.
brother, New York City died September 9. Funeral arrangements : died Sunday, Sept. 15, at 11:25
died 14 at the She Is survived three
daughter on September by sons
Lester Smith, brotherinlaw are Incomplete. a.m. at his home In the city of
Gilber Tharps, son Ft. Myers Fla. Jackson Heights Nursing Pete Jones, Robert Lee, and Nassau. Services were held
Funeral services for Laura j Home. Mr. Donaldson Is survived Sgt. Fred Jones, of the U.S.
Louise DeVeaux, sister Georgia Adams, sisterinlaw Wednesday, Sept. 18, at4p.m.
Seymour of 1820 N.W. 66th
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by two daughters Mmes. Army three daughters Mmes.
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Miriam Russell, sister New York City Survivors include wife Nurse
St., will be held 1:00 P.M.,
Cassie
Plummer, and Mildred Emmaline Cooks Viola
,
Olive Mayo, sister Ethel M. Moore, sisterinlaw Mae Royal, and two sons.
Clifford Mingo brother Saturday, September 21atthe Ramsey; one brother Mr. M.T. Tucker, and Julia Anne Hamilton -
New York City.
St. James A.M.E. Church. J Donaldson. Funeral services one brother Mr. Sammie

She died September 13. She is 'will be held on Saturday at Thomas, two sisters Mrs. TREES ARE

IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAM survived by one daughter; 1 P.M. from st, John A.M.E. Sarrah A. Bwnnet, and Mrs. EVERYBODY'SBUSINESS

to loving memory ofELLINGTON Hazel, one son; Samuel I Church Emma Glover, The remains 11
In sad but loving memory of Livingston, three brothers E. Rosie Etta will be
; Jones, of 3443 shipped at a time to be rya Saar ..
dear mother and sister W. Strachan John and Wil- rf W W fc fm ilrMn
ouj. .,.. ._..._._ _'L_ ax Percival Avenue, Coconut announced. tor f.MMMUtN-
; 1 fred Rolle,three sisters,Aug- 4 ,, Ml IMT'
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.,. Harrison of
Montgomery,
who passed on to eternal rest
September 16, 1964. DUKE HALL 1735 N. Treasure, died Sept.
13. Funeral arrangements are Telephone 6979151Left
There is a land of pure delight -
who departed this life August incomplete.

Where we all must go day or 16, 1967. Princess Griffin, of 1110 r m
night.As Some may think you are for- g.R 6
N.W. 50th St., died September
slipped went out gotten, though on earth you are
you away, 16th. She Is survived by two
of sight no more. But in memory you
sisters
; Mrs. Martha Faison
Your life left a beautiful light are with us as you always and Ruth Calhoun,one brother-

which always shine throughthe were before in-law. Funeral arrange-

darkest night. The Family ments are Incomplete.

Funeral services for Willie
Mrs. Florella Turpin CARD OF THANKSThe
Felton of Homestead Florida
,
Mrs.Annie R. Glover family of the late infant
mrs. Jannle Redding will beheld 2:00 p.m., Monday,
GREGORY MARTIN Setpember 23, at the St. Paul

Mrs. Sennle Simmon SWEETINGwish Baptist Church in Homestead, c'

Mrs. Eva Mae Waters to thank the many friends Florida. He died September V ____

Mrs. Azzie L. Joyce, dghts. and neighbors for their sin- 14. He Is survived by one son; v

M t Albert Scott, Son cere sympathy, cards, tele- Joseph. :

Mrs. Eva H. Smith, Sister grams, flowers, and deeds ro
Grands and Great grandchildren. rendered during our hour of The remains of Arthur At- _
kins Jr. of 365 N.W. 8th St.
bereavement. .....
Special thanks to the very Apartment #8 will be shippedto :.....,-- ,

Canon Charles F. of Greenville, Miss. He died
Cooper to right: James Hill, manager; Rev. V. C. Nelson, minister
September 14. ;
St. Peters A. 0.Cathedral and
CARD OF THANKS
William Manker funeral director Edward
Rahmings Funeral home. Funeral services for Lizzie ; Thompson, auto supervisor.

The family of the late Fr. and Mrs. Stafford Lindsey, of 11757 S.W. 213 Not shown are Sherman Milton, funeral director; Yvonne Bryant and

MfcJ. KATHERINE COGDELL Sweeting and family St., Goulds, Florida, will be Mary Hill, lady attendants; Paul Lovette and Willie Williams, ser-

wishes to express their sin- ehld 2:00 p.m.,Saturday,Sept. vice attendants.

cere thanks for the many 21 at the Church of Christ

cards, flowers, telegrams, Written In Heaven Goulds
,
calls, and various other expressions CARD OF THANKSThe Florida. She died September Late Model Automobiles Used in Funerals
f a m 11 of the late
of sympathy on the y 15. She is survived by a hus

part of our many friends, co- THERONE "BUTCH" band; Arthur, four daughters; 1 1968 Plymouth (lead car)
workers fraternal members
BENJAMIN emma, Edna Jennie, one son;
business associates and all 1 1967 Cadillac Hearse

others. Each prayer uttered, and would like to thank of 63rd the and friends 64th Arthur.Rosalie Gillard, of 4444 2 1966 Cadillacs (family cars)

S3h word expressed,and each Streets.neighbors Special thanks to Rev. S.W. 17th St., died Septembers 1 1966 Pontiac (family car)
p deed of kindness served as a 16. She is survived three 1 1968 Chevrolet
S.L. Gay, the entire St. by (family car)
great consolation in our hourof
sisters Clara Milton Minnie
Church and the Manker- ; ,
bereavement. Together, Milton Funeral Home. Waitter and Corene Garnett, These family cars may be rented for weddings or other formal oc-
they greatly reduced the feel-
one brother Frank Turner.
;
May God's grace be ever casions.
ing loss We pray God'sblessig Funeral arrangements are in .
upon you. yours.
complete.
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NEW MT. MORIAHThe EBENEZERMen's
CHRIST EPISCOPALCanon Financial Management CourseAt
No. 3 Choir will began Day was recently observed -
T. R. Gibson, rector their anniversary this Friday with Mr. Lloyd Brownas
College
Junior
Antoinette Silva,reporterOn night at 8:00 p.m. with a chairman, Mr. Washington
Friday, Sept. 20, at 8:00 Talent and Musical ProgramThe Brown, and Mr. Sam Ferguson 1966 at the-
A new non-credit istration degree in
p.m. the activities committee public Is invited.Refresh co-chairmen. Speakerswere course ments" will be Roger Hill
will sponsor a record hop In ments will be served. Mr. James J. Gardnerof providing common-sense Wagner who received his UM, and who is Conference
of
the parish hall.The admissionIs The spiritual melodies will Ft. Lauderdale, and Mr. approach to personal financial Bachelor of Business Admin- Coordinator for the Division

35?. All teenagers are in. sponsor a musical program 'Clifford R. Matthews. Com- management will begin Sept. istration degree in 1966 from Continuing Education.
16 at the University of Miami. The 12-week course, primarily -
yited. Refreshments will be this Sunday Night at the Church i pliments are bestowed upon the University of Miami and
sold. featuring "The C Lord C's' 'the men who brought the inspiring The 15-week course, given Bachelor of Science degree in for the layman, will
The Episcopal Young and "The Choral Group. We > messages. Mr. Carl in the Division of Continuing 1968 from the university of cover the basic operations of
Churchmen will attend the annual are cordially inviting the Mitchell was guest soloist for Education, will emphasize Alabama. leading security markets, and
faU at simplicity in portfolio plan- touch on the foreign ex-
Deanery meeting public to hear these two wonderful 'the day.
St. Faith's Episcopal Church, gospel groups. Total amount raised ning, rational buying habits, Tuition is $25.Classes will changes. The student will
Sept: 22, at 4:30 p.m. They The Home Mission Society :$3,459.50. James E. Martin pros and cons of alternative be from 7:30-9:30: p.m. Mon learn the types of transactions -

will also attend their annual want to thank each one that at- :retaining the title as Mr.Ebe- investments, necessary financial days in Room N204B, Mem- theories,of forecasting,
fall deanery meeting Sept. 30, tended, participated and dona- 'nezer, reported 28050. calculations, consumer orial Classroom Building, how to read tapes and the financial -
at the University of Miami's ted in behalf of their Tea last Let us not forget the sick credit, consumer reports, financial main cairpus. page, market Interpretations -

Cantebury House. Sunday. Please pray for world and! shut-ins. The pastor's aid, counsel,and the basics and the Dow
The contest between the men peace. Visitors are always 'board will be in charge of class of personal Investment. The For the second year, a theory. Tuition Is $30. Clas-
goes on. I hope you have offered welcome. 'meeting Tuesday night.FRIENDSHIP. principles of the 1040 Income course in "Stock Market ses will be held 7:30-9:30p.m.
your help to one of the Tax forms and schedules will Operations and Theory" will Wednesdays starting Sept. 18

following men or their spon- be highlighted. be taught by William R. Gil- in Room N204B, Memorial

sors: Mrs. Gladys Sands,William NEW HOPE J Instructor for "Financial christ, who received his Classroom Building, main
Stirrup; Mrs. Thelma Management and Invest- Bachelor of Business Admin- campus.
Gibson, Thomas Anderson, Rev. W.E. Sims, pastor Rev. J. E. Jenkins, pastor
Mrs. Kate S. Dean, George Loraine Fuller,reporter Ruby Lee Carr, reporterWe -

Walker ; Mrs. Lula Hall, Deacon Lee Temple,super- are looking forward to Community School Workers Offer

George Hall; Mrs. Zena Rus- intendent of our Sunday School our Fellowship Day, Oct. 20.
sell, Hubert Thompson; Mrs. Department is urging more The women will be In chargein Diversified ActivitiesDo
Sally Bethel, Nelson Bethel; adult members to attend Sun- the morning and the men in
Mrs. Frederlcka Wanza, ing 9:30 a.m. visitors are always the evening worship. We are you have an hour or more Jean Pieze and Mrs. Gloria aside for a special meeting of
James Wanza; Mrs. Elizabeth' welcome. anticipating the fellowshipwith you would like to donate to his- Murray; James and William the Community School Coun-

Johnson, AlonzoCulmerMrs. The Pastor and Deacons you. tory? The Community Schoolat Wanza, are directing the program cil reorganization. If you are
Mad r i c a Roberts, Crispin> wish to make a special appealto We are praying for all who Booker T. Washington Jr. A special effort is being interested, why not attend this
Fife; Mrs. Maggie Cash, Ver- all members, please attendour are 111. Happy birthday to those High, is looking for youl! A made by Alonza Stroman, meeting. The group will meetIn
non Phillips; and Mrs. Car- prayer meeting and Bible of you born in September. If group of teenage boys,who are James Stroman, Clifford the school library at 3:30:
metta Brown, David White. Class Thursday evening 8:00P. you are a licensed driver, rehearsing on their own each Sands, Jerry Green, and p.m. "Democracy is based
.M.visitors are also welcome. don't forget to renew your night at the school, are look Joseph Robinson, all teen upon the conviction that there
Many thanks to Rev. Q. driver's license. ing for a sponsor, director or agers, to organize a community are extraordinary possibilities -
Davis and Rev. C. Reaves for an adult who is interestd in Just school football team. Already in ordinary people." You
SOUTH DADE NEWS
filling in with preaching ser MT. TABOR helping out. In addition, there the Little League Base are invited to share your extraordinary -

The Rev. Herman Dean of vices, while our pastor is on Hendon are many other activities you ball team sponsored by the possibilities with
1801 NW 55th Terrace Is vacation. Rev. James pastor may sponsor and/or participate community will be involved in the Booker T. Washington
Rebecca Jones reporterYou
presently In Cleveland, Ten Remember the sick andshutins are cordially, invited to in as an individual.Mr. the Apple Harvest Sale, sponsored Community School.
nessee attending the 63rd Annual with a prayer and a Henry Daniels, direc- by the downtown Optimist Other features include:
attend the 20th of
anniversary tor of the school is interestedin classes teen..club karate
General Assembly of the visit. j the Jr. Ushers' Board Bessie Club. As participate Sewing -
Church of God of Prophecy. more adults from the com- In this prject, some of the basic education,recreation -
]Rudolph president. Sunday
munity to come in and assist proceeds earned from the sale .
He serves the organization as September 22 at 3 All are
ZION SPONSORS
MT. p.m. with the many activities. of apples will be donated to the-
pastor of the local church at 'invited to attend.
CULTURAL Here are a few of the activities team by the Optimist. This is I'
Homestead.In PROGRAM Dinners are now being sold
that Free Transportationto
youth may enjoy. one club group that has showna
the session of theweeklong at the church order
opening
,place your An intramural
program fea- great Interest in helping the Register
The Mount Zion Baptist j jChurch's
conclave that is expected by calling 6918732.
Building Fund Task turing volleyball, badmintonand boys, financially, and recrea- Call:
to draw some 13,000 Please pray for and visit our
basketball on Monday tionally. What about the local
Force presents Mr. Linton C. VOTE POWER
delegates from all fiftystatesand : t bereaved] sick and shut-ins.
Berrien Wednesday and Thursday is community clubs and organi-
Mr. TimmyTerry
several foreign countries 694041
,,
being organized. Physical zations, will you help?
and other artist in an organ,
Bishop Dean was appointed by
violin ST.MATTHEWSRev. Education teachers .. Mrs. September 19, has been set
and arra concert Fri-
General Overseer M.A. Tom ,
linson to serve as a memberof day evening, September 20, at A. Randall stor
the Questions and Subjects; 7:30: p.m. in the Miami Northwestern Annie Vassar, reporterOn
Committee, which studies and| Sr. High School Audi Friday night, Rev. Ran
reviews all matters of theological torium, 7007 NW 12th Avenue, ,dall will preach in behalf of For
significance to be pre Miami. The invited guests of Usher's Board No. 2anni the BEST START

sented to the governing bodyof honor are Major and Mrs. versary.
the religious group. Chuck Hall. Donations; Child- The Rev. K. E. Rogers will
The Rev. Mr.Dean and wife, ren $1.00 adults 300. Them ;preach the anniversary ser-
Maggie, who accompanied j/, program to benefit building mon the fourth Sunday of this < ','
on the trip,are expected to return , fund. month, in behalf of No.2 Usher ) tP ", ;:k.:
to Miami early next week. Lillie Muse Doles, chair Board. w ,
Y
man, Rev. Dr.EdwardT.Gra. Don't forget to pray for the
CHRISTIAN ham, pastor ;sick and bereaved families k ,. Jf. ,; Jr

FELLOWHSIP
PRINCE OF PEACE
Rev ANNOUNCEMENTAll
P.S. Brown, pastor
M.L. Nixon, reporterThe 5500 SW 24th Street r .
members of the Sunlight
West HollywoodYou
deaconess Board is Pallbearers Chartible Society
sponsoring a name party Fri No. 99 are requested to meet are cordially invited to I

day night Sept.27th at the home Saturday, Sept.21at2:30p.m.I our "Groundbreaking" cere-
of S 1st e r Sallie Collier, Refreshments on the corner of NW 62nd St. 'mony Sunday,Sept.22. Moderator 'WIt's
will be sold and a and 12th Ave. to march to the : P. D. Brantley and the
door prize will be given to the Mount Calvary M. B. Church I executive board of Primitive 1
persons having the longest for the funeral of Brother Baptist] Church will be in
name. Willie Martin Please note that I charge. Refreshments will be

Sunday Sept. 22 is reportingday all members are urged to meet :served.
for your vows. The pastor and be in uniform. Rev. Ralph Seays pastor,
is asking all members to Deacon Henry Jefferson, ]Bernice Griffin, reporter

please report to your leaderson president, Willie J. Beard,reporter
time.We were happy to have HOUR OF JACKSON'S TODDLE INN
stir visitors from out of town.
Visitors are always welcome. USHER'S DELIVERANCEI I

Don't forget to visit and FEDERATIONWe Elder Burnice King, pastor NURSERY :
pray for the sick members. Elder B. King, reporterWe /
Remember all the sick and are having a Banquet on
less fortunates. September 21, at the Harvery are happy to announce KINDERGARTEN

House at Northside Shopping the opening of our church, 1811 /
Center. Members please get in Washington Ave., Opa-locka. PRIMARY GRADES
1. MT. CALVARY touch with your president. Our Sunday School at 930am.:
monthly meeting will be held Morning worship, 11 a.m.
at the church on the fourth Sun- Evening 3038 NORTHWEST '
worship 7:30p.m. 48th
Rev. S. Atchison, pastor TERRACE
in
day September.Let .
Visitors
Phyllis Beal are always welcome.
reporter
us pray for the sick and

Prayer meeting every shut-ins. Deacon Ramset, Telephone: NE 4-4308

Thursday at 8 p.m. A church president; Ruthie McMlllian TEMPLE BAPTISTThe
that prays together stays t reporter, and Rev. Mack,paso -

gether.A tor. Rev. C. H. Thompson Visit us or call for details
Mrs. |I. 3. Jockson .
grand time is planned for pastor of Transfiguration -Mosl.y,

&.,," unday, Sept. 22, Men's Day. PEW RALLY AT Baptist Church, Nassau, Ba- Own rSup.rvlsor
so come out and see our men hamas, will worshlpat Temple,
inaction.Our morning speaker MT.OLLIYETTEYou Sunday, at the 7 p.m. service.:
will be Rev. Roscoe Jackson. are Invited to attend a Friends are invited.He will Registration Now Going On
The afternoon speaker Rev. Pew Rally, sponsored by the return home next week after a'
Stephens of Brownsville. BTU committee of Mt.Olivette three month vacation in Tampa

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Greater Bethel AME Women GREATER NEWMACEDONIA JORDAN GROVE v


Rev. Douglas Cook, pastor

Raise $5,504 Rev. Roscoe Jackson,pastor Eddie Gilbert, reporterThe

Rev. Timothy Johnson, pastor beautiful manner of dignity. Willie J. Beard, reporterThe No. lUshers'Board will

Naomi Troutman, reporter The theme for the day was: Missionary Society will begin celebrating their 11th

Mrs. Timothy S. Johnson, "The Role of Christian Wo- observe their anniversary anniversary this Friday night,

the brilliant and cultured wife men in this Challenging So- Friday, Sept. 20, at 8 p.m.The Sept. 20 at 8 p.m. with Rev.O. .
West as guest speaker. The
of Rev. Timothy S. Johnson, ciety." and the key idea was president an d members are
program will conclude Sun-
the recently assigned pastorwas "This is My Day." soliciting your prayers and day afternoon at 3 on with
p.m.
graciouslyreceivedas support. Sis.Alberta Williams
Mrs. Emma Collins, chair- the Rev.W. H. Edwards and his
president.
morning guest speaker for
man Mrs. Naomi Symonetteand congregation in charge. The
Women's Day, Sunday,Sept.8. All members of Sunlight
Shorter public is invited.
Loise cochairmen
itt Mrs. Johnson has a wonderful Mrs. Pallbearers Charitable Society
I gnu 3n QHjurrljTHRISTIAN &nndttg are indeed gratefulto The Willing Workers Club
biography: for 20 years she No. 99 are requested to meet
all members and friends will sponsor a Fish Fry in the
has served as English Instructor Saturday, Sept.21at2:30p.m.
who helped this occasion to be dining room on this
Saturday
SCIENCEThis ST. LUKE in many of Florida schools, on NW 62nd St. and 12th Ave.
a great success spiritually night. Also potato pies will be
including the Jr. College; at to march to the Mt. Calvary
The chorus directed on sa 1 e. They
are
financially. asking
week's LessonSermon Rev. L. J. Lee, pastor Panama City, Fla.and Florida Baptist church for the funeralof
in all Christian Science Shirley Whack, reporter A & M University. She has by Mrs.Symonette ren- Brother Willie Martin. Re- everyone to stop by and patronize -
dered m u sic that filled the them. Sister Ada Man-
Junior choir
Churches is titled "Matter." rehearsal and travelled extensively throughout member all members!Deacon uel
hearts of president.
everybody. ,
One of the selections from the youth church, Saturday from the United States, Canada, Henry Jefferson, president.

Bible is this verse from Ze- 3 p.m. until 5 p.m.. Mrs N. Lee! Mexico and Europe. They were excellent! TheWomen's .. The Sons of Jericho of Mi- Scott Sunday and,his Sept.five 22, Brother

chariah "Be silent O all director and Mrs. Katie Mitchell Mrs. Johnson was highly Day committee was ami will observe their anni- gospel sing-
: ers will render an after
honored to be the guest speaker extremely grateful to God for versary on the fourth Sunday ser-
flesh before the Lord for he
: vice
in
program the behalf of
is raised up out of his holy Our fourth final quarterly., for the day being the first the gross received 550469. night, Sept. 22, at Macedonia. the Deacon's Board. If

habitation." conference will be held Sunday pastor's wife to speak onsuchan Let us pray that the Lord's Rev. Anderson will render want to hear the gospel in you

Those who have had serious Sept. 22, 6 p.m. Elder S. A, occasion. She spoke to an grace and healing virtues will services Wednesday night of make yourselves one song

diseases need not limit their Cousin presiding. overflowing congregation being continue to flow upon our sick next week, Sept. 25. This is others. Deacon Lumpkl&among,

life's activities. The Bible This week is dedicated fox graciously introduced by and shut-ins. visitors are always being sponsored by U.B. No. 1 chairman.

shows us how we can gain free- prayer, come out and revive!. Mrs. Daniel Francis, in her welcome. in behalf of Women's Day. Let us remember the sick

dom from fear and disease. your soul.And revival meeting. Deacon W. L. Ligbtbourn, and destitude in our prayers. I
Sept. 23 29.
Listen to "Overcoming Fearof ST. MARY'SThe GRACE president. Prayer meeting every
We express our deepesl t t A Men and Women's
Recurring Disease, at 1:45 Rally Tuesday, at 7:30 p.m.DRAKE.
sympathy to Mrs.Ida Sims anc I PRESBYTERIAN will be held on the fifth Sunday
radio station WMBM
over is
long awaited day
the Clark family please pra]r night at New Macedonia. Let's
Sunday Sept. 22. Rev. W.F. Savoy pastor
for the sick and shutinsWoman's here. It is St. Mary's Women ,
come and support this the last
Day which will be held Sunday, A hearty congratulations to ,

Sept. 22 all day. During our the Educational Fund Com- affair before Women's Day. Rev. Jarius W. Dunn,pastor

11 a.m. worship will be as usual mittee, of which Mrs. Roena Sisters Margaret Pinder, gen- The officers and members

I Day At Zion Hope with or guest speaker Livingston is acting Chairmanhas eral chairman, Louise Jack- thank Brother Whitehead and

Mrs. Walton Y. Robinson, the purpose of establishing son, cochairman.Let Brother Faniel for the spiri-

principal of Bethune Elemen- a fund to give financial assistance us remember the sick tual sermons preached duringthe

tary School with music fur- to deserving youth and shut-ins, Sister Lula Hil- absent of Rev. Dunn. May

nished by the choir of New Be- who are going to college.Six lard, Orabell Sears, Carolyn God continue to bless them and

r thel Baptist Church.Our guest of our Sunday School Jones, Minnie Lee Boston, give them the wisdom to deliver -

soloist will be Miss Jean Solo Teachers enjoyed the tea- Amelia Taylor, Annie Mal- the word of life.

mono During the evening ser- cher's seminar on Miami lard, Fannie Mitchell,and Ed- Our pastor, Rev. Dunn will

: vices, there will be a musical Beach last Sunday,and we look ward Goodwin. Let us pray for be in the pulpit Sunday.We are

program with solos by Mrs. forward to a representative of all our sick and shut-ins and a happy to have him back with us.

rJ. 5 Valdez Murray and Miss Doris the teaching staff to tell .us special prayer for bereaved Deacon Hardee returned on

Foulks, readings by Mrs. Iris about it at worship this Sunday families everywhere. last week, he was an attendantto

Moore and Mrs.Edward Young Morning. MT. SINAI the Baptist Convention in

and others. The public is invited There will be a program Atlanta.

to spend the day at St. planning meeting this Sunday, Rev. Cleo Albury, pastorB. Sister Mozell White is ill in

Mary's.All after the morning service. Boney, reporter North Shore Hospital and is

captains and auxiliaries All Elders and group leaders, Sunday School is observing asking the prayers of the

L are asked to meet with the finance representatives, are requested Promotion Day. Fellowship church. Don't forget to vls.jL

: committee at 3:30 p.m. to be present. Clubs Dinner sale in the annex and pray for all the sick and

upstairs in the church to make Next Wednesday at seven Saturday, Sept. 21,all you can shut-ins.

"- -- your reports.Our O'clock., we will be servingour eat for $1.00.Pulpit The women are asking all

I Mrs Beatrice Waldron Mrs. Sallie Carline special prayers goes to family night supper,spon- Aid meeting Sunday, men to please see Sis. Green

Morning Speaker Evening SpeakerThe Sister Irene Pinder who is in sored by the Y0trfh Choir. 3:30: p.m. at 659 NW 44th St., and pay your pledge for wo-

Christian Hospital Brother There will be discussion on Sister. Daisy Benson. men's day. Many thanks to all
not the sick ,
forget
,
Let's us
public is cordially invited -
Brother the of President Lee Etta ThomasIs who are helping us.
George Farrington, topic Evangelism.
shut ins and members of be
to attend the Tenth An-
asking a 11 officers chair-
> Roberts at home and all our ,
in out
nual at Zion reaved families
Woman's Day
other sick and shut-ins. Our men of missionary society,
Hope Baptist Church, 5129 prayers. sympathy to Sister Missau SHILOH BAPTIST and auxiliaries meet Friday, NEW PROVIDENCE
go I
Rosa Lee S h a r p e-
N.W. 17th Ave. Sunday, Sept. Mrs. Tinker in the death of her son Sept. 20, 8 p.m.at 5005 NW 6th
22. Don't fail to hear these two General Chairman, and Rev. A. M.Griffin,pastor Avenue. Rev. C. J. Burney,pastor
Davis Co., George. A call or a card to all Arsula Edwards reporter'
Mrs. Pauline Cheryl English, reporterThe ,
dynamic speakers.
sick and shut-ins will let them Stephens Funeral Home,
Chairman Pastor's Aid Club will
Rev. Slater and congreation know that we are thinking of Hallandale is in charge of arrangements The Hospitality of New Providence
will be at the church Thurs- meet tonight at the home of
them. Remember to and of Mrs. Harriet Church is
Rev. Paul Fremanpastor come Baptist presenting -
Sis. Knapp at 8 All Jr.'sare
day night in behalf of Woman'sDay. 22 all p.m. Cummings aunt of Sis. Mary a U. S. Tea in
Bessie Williams, reporter spend Sunday, Sept. day asked to please be present Regional

.at St. Mary's. Saturday at 5 p.m. for junior Boykin, 6717 NW 24th Ave., Fashions. With your support it
All members of the churchare Saturday, 2 p.m. Mount Zion is our greatest intention to
church.
asked to please see their AME. present interesting facts,geographical -
BAPTIST The fifth in this
ST. PAUL AME FIRST Sunday
class leader with your asses- There will be a program the as well as the latest
month, the pastor is asking the
Rev. W. M. Davis, pastor ment or give it to Miss Dorothy entire church to accompanyhim fifth Sunday, at 7 p.m., spon- fashions. We need your sup-

Rev. T. C. Kelley, pastor Donella Turner, reporter Major. to Ebenezer Baptist of sored bytheT hanks giving port. Thanking you in advance.
Mary Amos, reporterThe Club. Consecration hour of
Friday night, Sept. 20, Rev.J. Hallendale, Rev.O.W. Foster, prayeris
pastor Is asking all Sr. C. Foster, Sr. will preachfor ST. JAMESRev. pastor held each Sunday at 5 a.m.

Choirs, the Male Chorus and the Deaconess Board. The Friday night the Home Mis- Bible Class and Prayer ser-

the Jr. Choir, both Sr. Usher members are asked to attend S, L. Gay, pastor sion will go to New Macedoniaat NEW BETHEL vice Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. All

Boards, Steward, Stewardess, this service. Joseph Marshall,reporter 8 p.m. members are urged to attend,

Trustees and the entire mem- Thursday, Sept.27,the pastor Nathanand The No. 1 Usher Board Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor visitors and friends are wel-
Mrs. Gladys
bership to go with him to Ebe is looking for all membersto Stewardess Board No. 3 thank would like to thank everyonewho Sunday Sept. 22, at 3 p.m. come.
attend the business the Women's Day committee Continue in prayer for our
nezer Methodist Church, Sun- general their participated in making
for support on
you your will terminate their sic k
shut-ins
baby con and those who
day, Sept. 22, at 8 p.m. The meeting. 16th anniversary.Mrs. their anniversary a success.
church is located on NW 3rd Sunday, Sept. 22, the Dea- Classie Porter and We express our deepest test.The festive occasion will are bereaved. Visitors are always -
be held at the
Ave. and 11th St. Rev. A. D. con and Deaconess Board will September-ites are having an sympathy to our pastor's wife church,1571 NW welcome.

Hall, is pastor. celebrate their anniversary.Rev. dinner sale Saturdayat who lost her brother in Macon, 68th Terrace. Won't you come
all-day ,
Edcar will deliverthe out and enjoy j the afternoonwith .yS.
W. C. Georgia.
the church 1945 NW 65th GREATERNEW
There will be an afternoonSip us.Sisters.
sermon.To Let us not forget to visit and
given at the home of Mr. St. or phone OX 1-4212 for or- A lice Harris chair-
all our visitors,you are need pray for the sick and shut-ins. BETHEL
ders. We support.
and Mrs. Eddie Braynon,1160NW your man; Iv a dell Hepburn, and
always welcome to worshipwith
55th Ter., Sept. 22, from us. Also Saturday night sale party Mildred Wilcox,cochairmen.Miss Rev. C. H. Smith, pastor
will be at the home of Mr.and
4-5 p.m.,there will be prizes FIRST EMANUELRev. Errolee Burrows, re- Minnie Hunter, reporter
given to the first ten persons. Mrs. Louis E. Sparks, 1140 porter.
CORINTHThere NW 76th St. Come out and join J.E. Wright: Sr. pastorWe On Sept. 22, at 3 p.m. there
Choir No. 2 will observe the fun will be a Fellowship programfor

their anniversary on the sec- will be a Musical Program The A.J. Reddick Board will the members and pastor BROWNSVILLE the general church,to con ,

ond Sunday in Oct. Rev. T. J. Sunday, Sept. 22, at 3 have an excursion to Key West, wish to thank all who took art BAPTIST elude our Rally. Each aux

Roddy from Bethel AME,Hia- p.m. at 1450 NW 59th St. Many Sunday, October 20. Pleasesee in our installation service on iliary is requested to invite

leah will be the speaker. choirs and groups will be a member of this board for last Sunday afternoon special 2775 NW 60th Street fuest.
thanks to the Pastor and mem-
Choir No. 1 invites each and present. will be held tickets are now on sale. Bene- Rev, F. L.Johnson,pastor Let us all keep in mind that
Women's Day bers of Friendship Baptist
to out and attend fit women's day. on before the
Thursday night
everyone come the fifth Sunday, food and re- Sympathy to the family of Church. We also wish to thank Sunday, Sept.. 22, all roads
Wedding" fifth the Minister
their "Womanless Sunday and
freshments will be served all Sister Laura Seymour. Ser- the Wright Singers of Miami lead to Brownsville, at their !
Oct. 31 at 8p.m. Deacons Union of the Seaboard
Thursday ,
Sister
day. Morning speaker, vices will be held Saturday at Florida for rendering servicefor date and place we will observeour
of the Association
member will
See Baptist be at
any M. Williams, 3 p.m. speaker 2 p.m.To us on last Sunday night. 8th Men's Day.The morn-

choir for tickets. Sister B. Lawrence, 7 p.m. the sick and shut-ins we We would like to invite you ing speaker will be Rev. Theodore ' our church. On Thursday, our j
Re Drane will
The following persons have speaker, Sister L. Sims. pray that God will comfort and to our service this Sunday Roddy, from Bethel AME the own v. delivdy:

been chosen captains for our Sister W. Deliford, chair- strengthen you in these trying morning at 11:00: a.m. at 7:30: p.m. the speaker,Rev. message. Our pastor is
asking member to be !
Jr. Women's Day: Floria Shef- man, Sis. V. Wiley, co-chair- days. There will be no evening L R. Readon, from South Miami every
present.Let .
field, Gloria Brahman, Paula Remember: You are always service Sunday Night. Let us You are invited.

Johnson, Annie Herring, Bar- man.Rev.. M. Paschal, pastor, welcome to the friendly pray for the sick and shut-in Don't forget visit and pray us continue to pray for

bara Redman, and Ernestine Carolyn Ector, reporter. church. everywhere. for the sick and shut-ins. our sick and shut-ins.

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BENNY L. O'BERRY, Director I
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The ADC Mothers Club, Mrs. Marie Harrison, president, ; I
staged a successful tea at the Liberty Square Community Cen : $ 94 ,
ter, on NW 63rd St.and 14thAve.,Sunday, Sept. 8. The moth- I p-'p' :
ers are in the process of raising funds to pay for a trip to the :
Poor People's Campaign, that was held in Washington, DC. : : :

in The July.Advisory Board appointed a committee on Tuesday : :

evening, Sept. 3, to select the Honoree for the Awards Day : ;
program. r.J
The Awards Day program is scheduled for Sunday,Sept. 15 .
at 3 p.m., at the Brownsville Neighborhood Center. At'this ty
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program, individuals from each Neighborhood Center will be : i:
recognized and honored for their individual contributions made

through the EOPI Program. These individual contribu-
tions have resulted in consolidated gains throughout the entire
County. Some of these gains consist of additional allowancesfor r\
State Welfare mothers, as a result of their hearing before
the State Representatives.. ;r.t! x- , tq..
A critical analysis of all of the target area neighborhoodswas

made by the Charter Review Board,as a result of a hear
ing before them by the neighborhood people of the entire

County.At .
the Advisory Board meeting held on Tuesday evening,
Sept. 3, Mrs. Elizabeth Leggett, a member of the Busy Work
ers Progressive Block Club of NW 7 3rd St.,reported on their

neighborhood project, (lawn improvement). Mrs. Leggett invited -
the Board members to visit her immediate neighborhood, Marching Men of Cookman" Get Ready For Season"Give I
and note the pride being exhibited by the residents of her block

Mrs. Lucille West,treasure of the 45th St.Community Block 'em a five minute of the Bethune-Cookman Col- halftime shows 42 pieces of uses for the "Marching
Club, reported on the Labor Day cook-out, involving two blocksof break." lege band. band music to be learned and of Cookman'' often are called
neighborhood people and many of their friends. The cook- With this call from smartly One band member lost 20 synchronized with complicated upon to dance during their
out was primarily designed to give the neighborhood childrenan goateed Dr. L. Allen Pyke pounds in a year with the marching routines.No shows as well as march.
enjoyable day before beginning school on Tuesday, Sept. II, a sweating group of young "Marching Men of Cookman." mean accomplishmentfor When the B-CC Band goes
3. The cook-out was held on the lawnat the home of the Community men at Bethune-Cookman The men were drilling the players, who also must marching by the listener will
;,I Organizer Mrs. Lillian Hutcheson, 1791 NW 45th St. lege dived for the nearest Thursday in just about any- work to keep up a "C" aver- note a specially blended sound
Mr. Willie Lawson is president of the 45th St. Community shady spots. thing they cared to wear not age to stay in the band. This "stereophomlc." This is an
Block Club, and Mrs. G. Grant is vice-president. This is a For some time before Dr. the smart maroon and gold standard resulted in the loss of effect created by mixing in-
newly organized club, and yet they have plans for many con- Pyke's order late Thursday uniforms with white spats and 30 musicians at the end of the struments. The clarinets don't
structive projects.Mr. afternoon the collegians had gloves they'll have later. first semester last year. come all in one bunch; neitherdo
been drilling almost as hard as Also missing was the one But the band formations also the trumpets, etc.
of the Para Villa Heights
George Sturrup, president the uniformed football team girl who'll be featured as ma- mean work for Dr. Pyke and The accomplishments of
Home Owners Association, is currently utilizing some tech- working out nearby.But jorette with the band, the McMlllon, who must spend as B-CC's marching men have
in effectinga
from the Neighborhood Center,
nical assistance these husky B-CC'ers "Golden Girl of Cookman" much as 25 hours creatingeach occasioned several awards
petition for a Special Taxing District, for a water distribu- won't be carrying a ball on the who'll be selected soon. halftime show. This during the past few years, 35
\ tion system in the NW 19th Avenue and 68th St. area that has field this year' they'll be tot- On hand, though, to supply means hours over a drafting well as invitations to appeal

never been serviced with water. Ing clarinets, trombones, facts and figures on the band's board plotting each move with in the annual Mardi Gras and
I I drums, flutes and trumpets plans this year was the assis- miniature band members.Dr. Mercy's Thanksgiving Day
COCONUT GROVE NEIGHBORHOOD CENTER while they proudly parade as tant band director,Dennis Mc- Pyke, who holds a doc- Parade. A trip to New York
HENRY L. GIVENS, DirectorOn the "Marching Men of Cook- Milllon jr. He Joined the B-CC torate in music from the Uni- wasn't possible last year because -
man." staff as Dr. Pyke's assistantin versity of Iowa, does all the a drive to raise funds
Friday, Sept. 6, the Sensations, a singing group from That's the nickname for the 1961. band arrangements. He was for the expensive trip would
Coconut Grove, were the guest of the ArisonShipping Lines on B-CC college band, which has B-CC's Marching Band is particularly happy Thursday, have conflicted with another
a cruise to Nassau. The Nassau cruise was aboard the MIS been all male since 1961. scheduled to make its first because'he had Just heard that fund drive in progress at the

Sunward and lasted four days, returning on Monday, Sept. 9. It's easy to imagine,watch- public appearance Sept. 28 he won't have to teach any school.
band its when the local college's Wild- classes the first semester.He this B-CC
The group performed three shows while onboard the ship, ing the going through Watching year's
an additional show in Nassau at the Club Banana Boat. The rigorous calesthenics and cats play Atlanta's Morris has been teaching the piano, bandsmen work out Thursday,
show was a real success and enjoyed by all who viewed it. complicated formations, that Brown College at Welch Mem- harmony, and theory classes it was difficult not to imaginethe
coeds would be hard pressedto orial Stadium. that the college's 75 or 80 mu- "Marching Men of Cook-
Pictured from left to,right are;Desmond Boone, Ellis Statom, keep up. Especially on some Before the season ends, the sic majors take. man" will come parading
Capt. Ole-Chr. Bjornstad (Capt. of the M/S Sunward),Johnny of those five mile Christmas "Marching Men of Cookman" McMlllon, or "Mac" as Dr. home with even more honors
Barr, Richard Holton, Marvin Robinson, and Henry Givens parades and there have been will have memorized seven Pyke calls him, writes the and invitations before the
(Dir. at Coconut Grove Neighborhood Center). The Sensationsare plenty of those in the history different formations for sixEDISONLITTLE dance arrangements the band 1968-69 season ends.
all Coral Gables High school and workers at the Coconut

Grove Neighborhood Center.

RIVER NEIGHBORHOOD CENTER successfully established cooperative in Lafayette,Louisiana,
CENTER JOSEPH COLEMAN, Director involving 400 poor farmers whose crop is Louisiana Yams.
CULMER NEIGHBORHOOD Prior to forming the cooperative the farmers were recei--
ARTHUR KING, Director On last Wednesday, Sept. 4,Senator Robert L. Shevin of the Ing fifty-cents a bushel for their potatoes.After the coopera-
Florida Senate, along with William Miles of the Florida Human tive was formed they immediately begin receiving two dollars
DEDICATION OF CENTER Relations Council and two of his aides,visited the Edison-
and above per bushel because of the unified bargaining power)
Little River Neighborhood Center as a result of the Community -
of the .
cooperative arrangement.The
Another Recreation Center has been added to the Miami with
Action program in which the center is involved dealing
Arcadia Delights Bakery, that is currently contractingwith
area. This center is known as, "Happy Miami Center. This the excessive and indiscriminate use of force by police officers -
major markets for the. sale of fruit cake in Louisiana, :
was done the efforts of Joint communication and coor- while under
through of citizens
and the unreasonable treatment
has recently received a contract for 20,000 pounds of fruitcake I
dination of businessmen and EOPI.
arrest. from the Barrachini Candy Company, New York, New
This center was dedicated in grand style on Sunday, Sept. During the Liberty City crisis there were instances of excesses York, which has put the successful community cooperativeon
8, at 7:30 p.m. Appearing on the program were John Walsh, in the police officers' conduct and several cases in a profit-making foundation. other avenues of cooperative
Associate Director of Youth Opportunity Program; Roy Barry, point were handled by the center.The Chatfield case was taken ventures were discussed in housing projects, etc. between
Naomi Miller, Ralph McCartney, Robert Gilbert, Lawrence by the center's director and staff to State Attorney Gerstein's Father McKnight and citizens who were attending the meets,
Moss and Arthur H. King. committee, appointed by the Mayor, to investigate such instances ing and numerous questions were asked.
in the City of Miami and Dade County. At this meet- for wholesale
awards to City Commissioner Athalie Arcadia Delights Bakery is seeking other markets
Roy Barry presented the committee moved to take the Chatfield case to the State
ing
Durwood Harrell vice president Jordan Marsh; Mr. : and retail contracts for its products.PIitOTIC' .
Range, for further investigation.
and Federal Grand Jury
and Jim
and Mrs. Earnest Jones of Earnest Jones Realty, to
Senator Shevin's discussion of this case at Wednesday'smeeting
Mullins of Mullins Amusement Company. disclosed his interest in lending support to this Com- ( TOUR FUMNITUMK

A delicious repast was prepared by Michael Aquatnina and munity Action Program and he also visited the Chatfield fami- WITHOUT HIDING ITS BtAUTYI_ I

youth, and served. ly at their home.The Senator spent 3 1/2 hours touring the e ,r o CUSTOM MADE I
neighborhood and discussing similar other Community Action PLASTIC FURNITURE
address by the Project ,-
The highlights of the evening was an
projects in housing and financing of black businesses, spokenof '
Moss and enjoyed by all. SLIP COVERS
Supervisor, Mr. Lawrence by the center's director. .:
The results of the get-together were quite favorable and a .. CITITAl MIAVV .AU CLeAt.I Ir
TENANT'S LEAGUEThe future meeting of Senafor Sbevia and Father Coleman was tow.WtASTING SITAN1
Tenant's League meetings are held at the Calmer Cen- scheduled to discuss further, means of assisting the center in .'ULL'.UAIAI1ITID .a.AV rrM l
ter every Monday at 8 p.m. The meetings are conucted by programs of vital Importance to the Miami community. .
Mr. Harold Hines. The purpose of these meetings are to make On August 27, Father Theodore McKnight of Lafayette, IIIIIS"I.
suggestions as to what is to be done in your neighborhood. Louisiana, who is working on a Ford Foundation Grant covering "'II' 111IITIIIATI$ YT.t.Jau

Mississippi, Alabama, Louisiana, and Tennessee to set up '"=.. ,'ECIAUZlNQN'I" CALL
ADVISORY COMMITTEE \ cooperatives in communities of the poor,was the guest of Fa-*' w11 '" SUP M PLASTIC COVERS NI NT on (
ther Joseph Coleman, Center Director, and the Executive EXCLUSIVELY
The Culmer Advisory Committee will meet at the Culmer Committee of the Neighborhood Advisory Board, on Channel
Neighborhood Center on Wednesday, Sept. 18, at 8 p.m. Mr. Two's "It's Our Bag" program. Home ol Gretehen' 1
William E. Meadows, president will be in charge. Father McKnight also addressed a crowd of about 75 citi-
The clttzens in the Culmer area are anxiously awaiting zens at the Edison-Little River Neighborhood Center and discussed Call anytime 24 hour service 3/4-5082r

wards Day,to be held at the Brownsville Center Sept. 15, at ways. and means of establishing cooperative ventures
3 p.m. for the poverty stricken residents of Dade County. He has



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BY HARRY SPEARDOLPHINS
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fessional basketball team an- '
HARD HIT nounced t today that Alvin E. u 4 $t',. e

What with Injury on top of injury,and sports writers hound- Stevenson ha been appointed
ing them on their mistakes, and having to play three of the coordinating chairman of the

toughest teams in their first four games, wouldn't hurt for a program to games.
little encouragement instead of kicking them when they are The Floridian season com- 1M

down. I have noticed this whenever the Dolphins have a bad mences October 26, in New

day. If you take notice of the games played over the weekend, York and the first of 39 regular -
and how many passes were Intercepted off outstanding quarter- season home games is 1 Ht

.' backs, with experienced receivers up front, you wouldn't holdit slated for Nov. 6, at 8 p.m.
against Griese for some of his mistakes. The season is against.the New Orleans Buc-

young, therefore, I look for Coach George Wilson and his staffto caneers in the Miami Beach

adjust all this and coma up with a winning ball club, to satis- Convention Hall.Stevenson .

fy the fans who pay the freight, and never mind what others who works for
say. All this can hurt a team more than anything else, so from the Department of Housing and

now on let's get behind them, and forget last weeks showing.The Urban Development, is a R NI.
best of champs have a bad day, they can't win them all. familiar figure with Dade

to their 1968 opener last Saturday night, the Dolphins while County youth groups. "We feel

losing to Houston, 24-10, missed on three scoring opportunities. fortunate to have a man of Al-
They got to their opponent's six-yard line, to the four, vi Stevenson's caliber work-
and to the one and the ultimate results were two interceptionsof ing with us to help the young
Griese passes in the end zone for touchbacks and a lost basketball fans in our area to I.

fumble. see the Floridians," Miami
Coached by Jonny Rauch, the Oakland Raiders could very team President Thomas Car-
well be, headed for another Super Bowl appearance. Last Sun- ney said today from the team's
day, they got off to a terrific start as they stomped Buffalo Biscayne Boulevard office.

48-6. So, it can be assumed that Quarterback Daryle La monica vohh '

and company once again represent a status array of gridiron DADE'S FALLRECREATION ., F-C"J:1)T; "':' '' '''.''' :::: ;;=,,;;- ,.-*,...,_... ... ,. ,_.......: :

talent U. MIAMI OPENS SEASON PROGRAMThe

Northwestern University will provide the rebuilt University Metropolitan Dade NEW PARK AND RECREATION AREA DEDICATED

of Miami offensive line with test tonight when the
a quick
County Park and Recreation
Dade Park and Recreation
Officials of the Metropolitan County Depart-
teams clash in the football opener in the Orange Bowl. Dept. will begin its Fall-Win-
The Wildcats return all of the linebackers in what was con- ter-Spring Recreation program ment and other dignitaries of Dade County were on hand Sunday afternoon,

sistently a good 4-4 defense, plus most of the other defensive at all playgrounds and September 15, at the ceremony which officially opened Glenwood Park locatedat

starters. recreation centers throughoutDade NW 44th Street and 31st Place. Metro Mayor Chuck Hall gave greetings to
Miami could manage only one touchdown against the Wildcats County Sept. 23. Regis-
,
the residents of the neighborhood attending the ceremonies. Also pre
many
UM's seven point output equalled its low scoring of the tration will be held at all areas
year. Auburn also held Miami to seven points. on Thursday, Friday and Saturday sent at the opening were George Kilpatrick, member of the Model City Advisor

Overall, Northwestern has virtually the same team which Sept. 19, 20 and 21. Board; Bill Bird, assistant director of Metropolitan Dade County Park and

rtpfpated Miami last year in Evanston. Offensive pace-setter Supervised activities in Recreation Department; and Arthur H. PeavyJr., superintendent of Park and
in is halfback Chico Kurzawski, a versatile standout who sports games arts crafts of this
Recreation Department. Kilpatrick, long time resident area, spear
uns, passes, receives and who was the nation's top quick- outdoor education and special
headed the drive for the construction of the Glenwood Park.This nicely land-
kicker last year. Chico led the 1967 Wildcat team in scoring instruction ballet, dance and
with 42 points. baton twirling will be offeredto scaped and shady park is on an area approximately the size of a half block.

any school age child .it no Under the large trees are park behches and there is a tot-lot with interestinQ

*' ELLIS PATTERSON FIGHT DECISIONI cost Included ii the diver- play apparatus for the youngsters to romp and play on. This area is a very '(

have been asked over and over again,what I thought about be sified recreation program will pleasant passive recreation area which will be thoroughly enjoyed by the many ) ,:
special events and honor
the decision. For one thing I wasn't the judge. The second thingis
trips. neighborhood children and adults alike. ,
we can't change it, and for the third, everyone is saying
how raw it was. Well even so,how many of you onlookers who -- ,
saw the fight, have the guts to go fifteen rounds with a frac- I

tured nose? Also a fratured thumb,anda cut eye, which need-
ed a number of stitches. Ellis didn't give himself the verdict.He Looking the "MY
came to fight, and that's what he did. He didn't as some

fighters have done in the past, with reputations lay down or
quit. After all said and done, boxing was my first love, that's SPORTSWORLD TIME"The
when boxing wasn't political.Also when there were experienced -

judges and referees.So .
By PHIL DIXON '
if the eyes of the people who watched the fight on TV think

different, thats your opinion.


BY LEO ARMBRISTER Over J Miami Dolphins seem to be in for another long, long

season. I don't know what's the real cause for no offense: but I
YourIfrTO have my opinion. Saturday night the Dolphins looked like a

DOLPHINS STYMIED IN SEASON OPENERThe bunch of bums. The defense looked good in spots but they went
into mental lapses at times. As for the offense what can
you
MORE PROFITS PRESTIGE Dolphin s inability to pick up small yardage in close
say? Personally, I don't think one person can make that muchof
quarters was their most obvious error made in the 24-10
a difference to a team.
COULD BE ADVERTISINGYOUR trouncing inflicted by the Houston Oilers in their season's
From the results of the past week's games, 1968 looks like
BUSINESS INC opener last Saturday night.Secondguessing .
.,., -another year of the upsets.To me,this makes the games more
b.1: IAlllllllf&CALL .. exciting, however to the losing coach, this makes the year
.h is usually the distinctive mark of an
longer. But that's the way the ball bounces.As .
amateur; but the professionals have no time to guess a second
for this weeks games who knows?
US TODAY time so they must be resolved with whatever the results of ,
This week the high schools get started. Along the Til
their immediate action maybe. The results in this instance way,
see a lot of some of Please don't ask
you. me why I pick one
being two pass interceptions and one fumble in the end zone
team over another, it's just the way Isee it. So for this week's
while trying to post the much needed T-D on the score board.
game picks here tis: .

HIGH SCHOOLS
The Dolphins had enough momentum to move the ball well; :
Northwestern over Central good offensive game (my gameof
but was unable to break through the stone-wall defense of the the week)
Oilers, which proved to be the net result of their 24-10 loss.
Killian over Palmetto the year of the Cougars
Miami High over Mays defense vs offense

Carol City over Southwest the Chiefs are on the war path.
ELLIS GAINS WORLDWIDE UNPOPULAR
Edison over Miami Springs the Raiders are ready.
Hialeah over Norland too much to handle.
DECISION OVER PATTERSONUnless
Jackson over Coral Park real close.

the early bird satellite was sending in the wrong reports Miami Beach over Curley Curley's still re-building.
Floyd Patterson was grossly mistreated In regards to Coral Gables over Columbus no contest.

/ Jl the decision of the mock title fight with Jimmy Ellis in Stock- COLLEGES:

holm last Saturday. Miami over Northwestern the year of the 'canes

I Florida over Air Force look out for the bombs
When a guy comes up with a busted nose and a ribbon strIp- Florida State over Maryland close, close, a hair puller.
1 i I ped face, the first conclusion is that he has either been run
I I over by a bus or he was badly beaten in a fight; and since there PROS
was no bus in the ring in Stockholm;but there was a guy nam- AFL.
ed Patterson, who inflicted the damaging telltale on Ellis; it Oakland
i would stand to reason that Patterson would be the recognized cinati over Miami; New York over Boston;Buffalo over Cin-
; Kansas City over Denver
winner of the match. NFL. ; San Diege over Houston.

Baltimore over Atlanta; Chicago over Detroit Dallas over
But seemingly the premeditated decision that Patterson Cleveland Green ;
; Bay over Minnesota
Los Pittsburgh
Angelas over -
would not be aggressive and would therefore lose the fight held ;
; Washington over New Orleans New York Phila-
precedent over the valid outcome of the bout, and Ellis was delphia, and St. Louis over San Francisco.; over

handed the mst unpopular decision the world had ever seen. These are my picksWhat'syoursSeeyouafter the games.


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Radio Corporation of with the underprivileged and Federal Government to help t
America will train 400 of the e (
the unskilled.He find jobs and provide trainingfor .
Nation's hard-core jobless in cited other i
training con the hard-core unemployedin
four cities as skilled workersin t
tracts RCA has had with the or near ghettos. To facilitate
the mushrooming electronics Labor Department- as well as this goal, training facilities DRESS SHOPS LOUNGES ACCOUNTANTS
industry. with the Of f ice of Economic are often located in these PATRICIA'S INC. EARL'S' ZEBRA LOUNGE
In a ceremony in Washing. Opportunity and the 4400 NW 7th E. 0. CULMER
Bureau of. areas., , 5843 NW 17th Avenue AvenueEarl
ton, D. C., RCA Service Com Indian Affairs.Griffiths 0 " 696-3515 Edwards, Prop. PublIc Accountant

pany President Edgar H.Grifj expects that RCA's Income Tax Notary
fiths and Assistant Secretaryof "Four Cities Boy Scouts LORY'S FASHION SHOPS; Phone 633.3735
Program! will
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and 5264 H W 24th AvenueUPHOLSTERY
Labor Manpower Ad- "help alleviate one of the most Martin W. Smith
ministrator Stanley H.Rutten- acute problems intheelec- Forming Sea
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berg signed a $2.5 million tronics AL'S UPHOLSTERY
industry -- a short- FUNERAL HOMES 5509 NW Bookkeeping & Tax Service
training contract.The 400 will age of from 50,000 to 75,000 Explorer Ship RAHMINGS EVERGREENMORTUARY 759.S90enu. 1730 NW 57th Street
be trained as television technically trained service 691. 114
pairmen at RCA Service Com- people." 5253 NW 7th Avenue
Miami Lodge No. 20, Fraternal 754-068 or 754.0682MANKERMILTON
pany facilities in Camden, The program calls for the Order of Police, is now REALTORS p
Newark, Chicago, and Los An- training of 80 persons each in forming a sea explorer ship, BROWN.REALTY 4 FLORIST

geles.A Camden and Newark and 120 Boy Scouts of America. They 6701 NW 15th Avenue 4740 NW 7th Avenue x..... esoete' II .
substantial portion of theprogram's each in Chicago and Los An- are now recruiting boys 691.9151 754.0655SAVE
cost will be assumed geles.
14 years old in the ninth gradeor LAUNDRY &
b y RCA. This will Include The training period will last above, or 15 regardless of UP TO 40%
administrative staff and atten- 18 CLEANING
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during time
grade or until 18 as long as ON
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they are full time high school
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progress St., between 8 p.m.and 10 p.m. .
ing about $1 million over and through stages to $3.45 an on the second and fourth Monday AUTO REPAIREDW. f
above the government's investment hour. of each month. BRYANT'S SR 22 FilingNo
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private business and the and to help round out the program WINDOW as as
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l 30 THE .MIAMI......... TIMES._ ;, .FrirW..--", September -20-. 19AR

I Mortage Broker and Real BY OWNER
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I 18 Units CBS 25% Return

: r. '0 Estate Classes Open SALE 14460 NW 22nd AVENUE

; :, Registration will remain notes; mortgages; assign- Cash above 1st mtg. $36000. Selling price
open at Miami Sr. High Adult ments; satisfactions; leases; only $62000. Payments $300 month. 6% interest -
,.' Education Center beginning agreements for deed; optionsand Approximately 5592 NW 17th Avenue Will carry 2nd mtg. if necessary.
|- Monday, Sept. 15, from 230; to other legal forms used in 50x 100
.t. 9:30 p.m. until the following real estate transactions. Excellent Location Sacrificial Price Call Owner Daytime 635-4595
classes are filled: Students who have taken Zoned C-2 Call Owner Nighttime 226-1481

Mortgage brokerage procedures these courses have acclaimed Most. Retail Businesses Can be Erected Brokers Invited
them to be helpful to anyone
held Tuesday and
For
Appointment:
buying, selling or investing in
Thursday from 7 to 10 p.m.
for fifteen weeks. This courseis Real Property. Call 758-3106 SPECIAL SALES
Charles F. Gardner is instructor -
designed to prepare appli-
of both courses.Reg- $100 DOWN $25 WEEK PAYS ALL
cants to qualify for the Florida Call NE 41290after
istration fee for each
: $2.00
examination for Mortgageor 1498 NW 59th Street
also course. All adults are invitedto 6:00: p.m.
Solicitor. It
Mortgage 3151 NW 55th Street
offers the student a compre- participate.
hensive understanding of the Both homes, 3 bedrooms each. Needs some

: legal and economic aspects of Free Transportationto repair. Purchase as is.
Real Estate Financing from
the points of view of both the Register REALTY FORD REALTY, Inc.
borrower and Call
Mortgagor ( ) :

Mortgagee (lender). VOTE POWER BROKER Broker

Real Estate Instruments and 693-4041 3639 NW 15 Ave. 635-4595

documents, held Wednesday
Thom 7 to 10 p.m. for fifteen OPEN 7 DAYS
weeks. In this course,the student $350 DOWN FHA

is instructed in the exe- 5900 NW 5th Avenue NO RED TAPE MOVE INn!! FANTABULOUSOPEN
Lovely 2 bedroom CBS,
cution and analysis of deeds-;
powers attorney;affidavits; air cond., Fla room. I Large 3 bedroom borne on beautiful fenced! lot. ,
* * Flo r em enclosed porch roof windows '
land descriptions;promissory new owning SATURDAY AND SUNDAYSee
$900 Down FHA special pump and well for lawn, carpeting,' ,'",

OWNER HAS IT MADE! 3 bedroom, 2 hath CBS, : stove, refrigerator, air conditioner., Bargain! ',at, : 1 Model at
Retiring after 8 years large Flo room. Many ex- I' ,$10,000, $1,200 down and $103 month. :';>,

Service station paint shop, tras. Beautiful! 5917 S.W. 63rd Street
* * NO RED TAPE MOVE IN!!
truck storage, on corner ad. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, large
Very neat 3 bedroom 2 bath frame home
,
joining Food Fair site. Low lot central air and heat. at 720
cash, low price for businessand Only 18 months old. 9200 NW 53rd St. Large Fla room, large open front 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH HOMES
real estate.CALLI. porch, wall to wall
NW 13th Court. garage carpeting, cornices,
drapes, stove, refrigerator, air conditioner. Price
ALLAPATTAHREALTY
KEVES Roger Ward CO.,Associates- 43rd Year Realtors only $10,000, $2,500 down and $100 month. VETERANS $100 DOWNNON

100 Bis.371.3592 Blvd., Realtors 633-0426, WILL SELL FOR FHA VALUATION VETS $300 DOWN

Nice 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS, terrazzo floors;" ,
-------- -- ---- 'jalousie windows, awnings, wait to wall carpeting .'e/ 1 MORTGAGE FHA $85 MONTHNO
,, large fenced yard. FHA bargain at $13,500," '% CLOSING COSTS
CARLTON REALTY $450 down and $90.10 month. (Our Opa-locka
number is 624-3666)) FULL PRICE $12,900

30T4 PL79 STREET BROKERI

693-4772 Answer CALL 635 -3177' Modern WILL 3 bedroom SELL ,FOR 2 bath FHA, CBS VALUATION on large corner Greater Miami

FHA-CBS 3 bdrm, 1 bath, LR, K, Din Rm, Ut fenced lot. Tile roof, awnings, jalousie windows,
Rm, Cpt., $15,200, $500 down, $101.50 month. central I heat, stove, refrig. Bargain at $14,500 FHA, Realty, Inc.
$450 down, $97.01 month.
s FHA-CBS Elegant 3 bdrm, 2 bath, Fla rm, LR, .
K, Din Rm, Ut Rm, 'Gar, $21,000 $1,775 down, "-,,, WILL SELL'"FOR FHA VALUATION", ..k.,":< PHONE: 4446133'i
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$136.76
month. CBS home at 69th St. & K.: Miami A'vttrUe"ro' f, \

WATERFRONT HOMES Flo loom, carport, stove.refrig., FHA price' ts ;

4 BDRM, 3 BATH, 2-CAR GAR, asking $35,000. $12,500, $400 down and $83.55 month. ((1)) 596 NW 69th St. -$300 DP, $80 pays all,

3 BDRM, 2 BATH, I-CAR GAR. asking $26,000. 3 bedroom CBS carporte and garage.

2 BDRM, 2 BATH, Fla rm, Gar., $24,000 FHA. WILL SELL FOR FHA VALUATION
LOTS Lovely 3 bedroom CBS with lots of extras! Tile ((2)) 5537 NW 4th Ave. $300 down, $95 mo.

roof, jalousie windows, modern kitchen lots of No qualifying, 2 bedroom, Fla room and
2 2/3 lots, 110 ft. 140 Ft. Incl.
x with 2 bdrm conditioners.heat
cabinets and closets, 2 large air fence.
house. Zoned duplex. Excellent site for church. ( and cool) 2
stove, refrigerators, washing
Asking $15,000. machine, drapes fenced yard, pump & well for ((3)) 170 NW 64th St. $595 down, $88 pays
40 ft.x 138 ft. Zoned Duplex. Total price $4,000. lawn, plastic pool. FHA price $16,000, $600 dn, all. No qualifying, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS.
$106.34 month. Our opo-iocka number Is 6243666.
WE HAVE OTHERS CALLUS

SELLER PAYS CLOSING COSTS ((4)) 3405 NW 11th PI. $100 down, $75 mo.
3 bedroom 2 bath, corner beauty with guesthouse No qualifying, 2 bedroom frame.
tile roof, garage, carport c e n tral I air

King Realty Inc. of MianFI conditioning, wall heat, jalousie windows, ((5)) 4407 NW 17th Ave. $500 down, $105
awnings, fireplace, wall to wall .carpeting, stove, month. No qualifying, 2 homes on one lot.
"King Size Buy.DE: A I TORS 800DADE NW 7th refrigerator. Pretty guest hou..Is oir conditionedtoo.
*""**"'
ISOUR COUNTY Ave, FHA price on this better house is $22,000, LARGE SELECTION OF
KINGDOM $1,400 down. $142.23 ,month. '
INCOME PROPERTIES

CAII WILL SELL FOR FHA VALUATION

693.2881 Corner CBS on large lot. Tile roof, awnings, FORD REALTY Inc.
open front porch, wall heat, stove, refrigerator.FHA ,
bargain at $11,500, $350 down and $76.98 Broker
month. (Our Opo-loclco number is 624.3666))
3639 NW 15 Ave. 635-4595
SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
2 like new duplexes on NW 82nd St. near 25thAve.
Tile roofs, jalousie windows, built-in appliances - - - --I
formica kitchens, with lots of cabinets,
gas heat, gas heat. Those modern duplexe s are Johnny Lee Real I Estate :
WATERFRONT POOL HOME well worth the FHA price of $17,000, $700 down ,
1011 NW 81 STREET and $112.55, month.

Gorgeous 3 bedroom, 2 bath, pool, carpets, drapes, n 790 NW 54 St. 758-9921 I
built-in stove and oven. Many extras. WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES I I
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2410 NW 89 TERRACE YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR I )
$100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING FHA no closing costs. 3/1 bath, garage,
3 bedroom 2 bath built-in and
stove ,
oven carport,
well and pump. 7 years new. DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY large lot. $15,500, $500 down. 2515 NW 46th

4040 NW 181 TERRACE Street. Open Sunday 1 til) 6 p.m.

Gorgeous 3 bedroom, 2 bath, built-in stove and oven,
extra large carport, sprinklers, well and pump, car- .
peting. FHA $800 down.BUILDING. REALTYBROKER ? NO QUALIFYING. 2100 NW 86th St. $1,000

& EXTRA LOT down, $86 per month. Open Sunday 1 til 6 p.m.

8151 NW 22nd AVENUE tiI I
Restaurant equipment already in.Call us forterms and H
4932 NW 7th Ave. I
key. FHA No closing costs. 3 bedroom, 1 bath. I
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 24 HOUR SERVICE PL 9-4371 $9,500, $300 down. 80th St. near 21st Ave. j
HOMES FOR AS LITTLE AS $100 DOWNWe jj
specialize in homes for persons being dis- 16000 NW 27 Ave jj j
placed in Urban Renewal area, Miami Housing j
BRAND NEW CBS down
$15,900, $1,500 ,
Veterans call If 624-3666
to qualifyYou'
Projects. see you
$130 month all. 3 bedroom 2 bath tile
pays ,
.. only a phone call "
away. Open Evenings': Sundays roof, walk-in closets.
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Draperies taken down, George W, Sanders of 16440

cleaned, decorator folded and NW 21st Ave., died Se 4.12,at
15 WORDS OR LESS SI.50. 5C FOR EACH ADDITIONAL WORD rehung. Lustra-tone Drapery Ranches Christian Memorial Hospital.He .

DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED. ADS TUESDAY 6 P..M Service, 887-8022. (indef) is survived by his wife,

-- News Lena; one grandson, one

A WIG granddaughter. Services were
WIN
Walter Bow.
FOR SALE FOR SALE :Have a wig party and win a By held Saturday, Sept 14, at 10
FOR SALE ] in the
free wig. Call 754-5401 for in- Miss Benna Lu, Whyte of a.m. chapel.

Duplex, 1 bedroom, 1 bath each FHA TERMS-LOVELY HOME 9740 NW 19th Avenue 3 bed- :formation. 744 SW 5th St. Dania, Fla.Left Mrs. Bertha Campbell of

side. FHA terms. $450 down, 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, screened room, 1 1/2 baths, corner, (Oct.4) for Loyola University in 6400 NW 12th Ct., died Sept.

$115 month pays all. Call Lee porch (can be converted) car- fenced, built-in kitchen, priced Chicago HI. Where she is 11 at Mt. Sinai Hospital.She Is

Acor Associates, 661-1661. port, large kitchen, pantry, 14000.00 No qualifying Idealistic? Join group starting majoring In nursing, this is survived by her husband,

Robert E. Marx, Inc. Realtor. large utility, walk-in closets, cash or E-Z terms, assume ,!Super (Poor People's) Mar- her second year, her mother Cyril; two children, Keith and

hardwood floors, near S. Mi- mortgage of $100.81 monthly kets! (non profit!). Ghetto Mrs. Mary Sutton thanking her Cyril, Jr.; four sisters, Ocie

FHA SPECIAL ami, fruit trees, sprinklers. pays everything. Be first witha areal! 371-6990. daughter Benna Lu. for helping Brown, Christine Bethel,
Owner 6261 SW 58th Ave.665- deposit today. Aetna Realty (Spt. 20) her out on her insurance debt Thelma Walker and Mary Wal-

2 large bedrooms, 2 baths, 7234. (Broker), 811 NW 54th St., Ph. in south broward this summer. ker, two brothers Joseph and
Florida room and den used for MODERN CBS DUPLEX-FHA 757-5724, Open 7 days. How would you like to become j Mrs. Sutton have won awards Levy Walker. Services were '

spare bedrooms. Many expensive price $12,500 $400 down. part owner in anon-profit sui)and broken all kind of. rec- held Tuesday, at the Church of

extras included. Only $83.55 month. Near schools, er market? No Investment t ords in this area. Keep up theur God with Rev. Marshach, of-

$900 down. Call Jones Engel, shopping and 17th Ave. bus. FOR RENT needed! Just a little of yo good work. ficiating.

Assoc. TUBIN, REALTORS, 7906 NW time! 371-6728 or 3716990CHILDCARE John Willie Martin of 6210
43rd 7th Ave. Ph. 6914785. Mr. Albert Scott of New
keyes, co. YR. Elegant 2 bedroom com- NW 14th Ave., died Sept. 12,at
1705 NE 123rdSTREET plete furnished. NE 50th St. York City is visiting his Jackson Hospital. He is sur-

REALTORS8911300 adjacent 3 buslines. Wall to sister here. Mrs. Ann Glover, vived by his wife, Mamie, anda

NO QUALIFYING wall carpeting including stair- Mrs. Janie Redding, and Mrs. close family friend, Mrs. .

EDISON CENTER AREA 3 bedroom Fla. room, near way corridors. Please call Mothers mothers if Florella Turpin of West Hollywood Daisy Booker.Services will beheld r.-

High rate of return on $10- all transportation.Price$10- PL 9-4174. Adults.A looking for, a clean,home you good are Mrs. Sennie Simmons of Saturday, at 3:30 p.m. at

000 down. Owner will take back 000, $1,000 down, $85 per nice room fora nice workingman. food, experienced babysister, Ft. Lauderdale, Mrs. Eva Mt. Calvary Baptist Church,

first mortgage. 6 two bed month. TUBIN REALTORS, Call phone 758-0597 whom can trust call Waters of West Palm Beach, Rev. Atkinson, officiating.Glen .
you us.
furnished apartments. 7906 NW7thAve. Ph. 691-4785 after 5 and Mrs. Eva Smith of West
rooms p.m. Day 633-6607,Night 633-2002, E. Hepburn of 1843 NW
Palm Beach.
Call Ruth Tar-
Always rented. 633-2732. Free pickup and delivery 67th St., died in Omaha, Nebraska -
taglia or Jonesas Engel 3 bedroo, 2 bath, fenced Room in private home for (indef) The Ladies Aux to Post No. Mr.Hepburn,formerly -
KEYES CO. 43rd YR. yard, walk to 7th Ave. FHA working lady. Call 635-7626. 8195 will have their Fri. and a professional football player -

1705 NE 123rd STREET price $14,000, $450 down. Juanitas' Kindergarten is now Sat. night Fish Fry this week was a native Miamian and

REALTORS8911300 $93.56 month. TUBIN REAL- Room. Clean middle-age man. for pick and delivery end. Be our guest this week- was a Counselor at Boys Townin
TORS, 7906 NW 7th Ave. Ph. 97th St. Cooking, refrigerator open service further up informa- end at the VFW. post 4816 Omaha at the time of his

CBS duplex. Vicinity of NW 58 691-4785. and hot water. $13 week. tion call 4For OX 1 2350. Mrs. Pembroke Road Mrs.Addie death. He is survived by his

St. in beautiful condition.Good 696-0473. Juanita Jackson. James President, Mrs. Ruth wife, Carol; two children; his
all FHA 3103 NW 157th STREET Sep.. 27) Scott Secretary.
income. $1,600 pays father, John;two brothers,Al-
and Modern 3 bedroom 2 bath CBS Rooms for permanent stayingmen
downpayment closing Child day care in my home. Ladies bert Charles and Phillip;
Aux VFW Post No.
AlA REALTY, Realtors, 751- large Florida room, fenced and 2 working young Your child will be given the 8195 will hold its seven sisters Vera Sweeting,
1402. yard, tile roof, hardwood ladies. 1116 NW 51st Terr. best of care Phone 759-8335 1 regular Ve r net t e Brown, Beatrice
22nd at
meeting Sunday Sept.
floors. Close to everything.FHA (Indef.) 5 officers and members Bostic Agnes Thomas, Beulah
2330 NW 100th St. FHA 2 price$15,800.$600 down. Furnished room in quiet home, p.m. Brownlee, Gloria Messer and
bedroom, fantastic, total price $104.95 month. TUBIN, Realtors also cottage apartment furnished Infants and toddlers. Best of please be present. Iva Scott. Services were held

$9,000.00, seller pays all 7906 NW 7th Ave. Ph. including all utilities care in my home. P.L 8-9972. Thursday, Sept. 19, at 2 p.m.

closing costs, $300 downvetsor 691-4785. $25 week. Move right in. 1012 at the Church of Christ with

221 people $100.00),$66.97 NW 75th St. after 5 o'clock. Retired nurse will give your SOUTH DADEMrs. Elder Davis, officiating.Mrs. .
infants and toddlers tender
monthly, built- stove and Willie Lee Walker of
2 air conditioners DUPLEX-FHA-HOT DEAL 3 bed CBS house, $27 week loving care in her home. PL Alma T. Williams and
oven -
1441 NW 71st St. died at her
fenced yard, sprinkler sys- Large 2 bedroom, duplex with 1 bed CBS duplex, $19 week 8-2900. (Sep. 27) Mrs. cleo Anderson motoredup ,
to to be residence Sept. 17.She is sur-
screenedin Quitman Georgia
tremen- ,
porch 1 bed CBS apartment $19 week
tem need we more-bring ,
say
dous with her mother who is ill in vived by a daughter Beverly
value price $16,900. week
2 bed CBS apartment $22
Aetna Realty(Broker) ,
money. ,
the hospital.,Your are Brown; two grandchildren;her
prayers .
$700 down
payment,don't miss DEPOSIT REQUIRED HELP WANTED f.
811 NW 54th St. Ph 757-5724
this one. Drive by 820 NW 60 WEST REALTY .?. asked for Mrs. .,Williams and parents, M;.and Mrs.Charles
open 7 days. St. Then call Fenster Realty, 2020NW62ndSTREETFurnished Gorton's Shrimp Products has Mrs. Anderson.Mrs. Randolph, and, two brothers,

Broker 759-8779. year round production ware- George Parrish and Leroy
,
1510 NW 87th Ter. No qualifying house man opening. Excellent Dorothy L. Cooper Davis. Services will be held on

CBS tile roof, oak rooms, private entry working conditions and fringe Henry and husband Christopher Tuesday, Sept. 24, at 2p.m.

floors, carport, total price "NO QUALIFYING" duplex building NE sec- benefits. 7501 NW 25th Ave. and sister Vernell Grif- Macedonia Baptist Church, in

$12,000.00 take over pay- 3 bedroom, CBS home, In nice tion. Call 371-3622. fen went to Climax, Georgiafor Coconut Grove, Rev. Finlayson -
ments of $83.00 monthly see the final rites of her father officiating.
,
real down barmaid. Extra
area, a buy, good Foxy sharpe.
today, no reasonable downpayment payment with only$84 monthlythat HIALEAH APARTMENTSNo privare club. 624-0748, call Mr. Harvey Cooper. Accom- Mrs. Carrie Rhymes of 1157
refused. This one is almost panying them on the.trip were died 14 at
includes everything, drive children. 1 and 2 bedroom 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. NW 77th St., Sept. ,
too good to be true.Aet- Earl Fulgeon and Cleveland She is
Jackson sur-
by 1083 NW 76th St., then call apartments include refrigerator Hospital.
na Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54 Fenster Realty, Broker, 759- and range, unfurnished, Working couple wants some- Griffen. Other members of the vived by her nusoand,George,

St., Ph. 757-5724,open 7 days. 8779. newly repainted water free. one to keep 2 year old girl dur- family making the trip were one son, George, Jr.; five

1 bedroom rent $17 week or ing day. Prefer one who keeps Miss Imogene Washington, grandchildren; four sisters,
5939 NW 5th Ct. Live rent Rosa L. Thomas, Richard Claudia Nelson,Hazel McKen-
$69 per month.2 bedroom rent no more than 2 or 3 children.
free. 2 bedroom house plus 2 Emaculate 4 bedroom 2 bath, $19 week or $79 per month. Call 6962370.E. Cooper and Mrs.Susie M.Wil- zie, Sarah Eady and Charlotte

one bedroom apartments. walk to schools, 163rd Convenient to shopping and liams. Pierson, and one brother.Ser-
Completely furnished. No Center Call even- vices were held Wednesday,
Shopping working areas around Hialeah.
qualifying, low down payment. Reasonable. Mrs. Georgia Cooper has as at 2 p.m. in the chapel. Rev.
947-6130.
Hurry this one will go fast. ings Very quiet area, these are A. STEVENSMrs. her guest, her sister and bro- W. Sims, officiating.
beautiful Hi Lo
Aetna apartments. ther-in-law, Sfc. Garland
811
RealtyBroker) NW
LOW DOWN PAYMENT Apartments, 2490 W 4th Ct., Hattie Cummings of Smith with their four children
54th St., Ph. 757-5724, open 7 George W. Tinker o f 2405
House for sale Opa-locka 1 Florida 5620 Flagler St. Hollywood
days. No. Hialeah, Mgr. Kim, Keith, Kay and Stevie.
Bunche Park, 15830 NW 18th Mrs. Williams, 887-0763. died Sept. 13. Services will be They are enroute to Italy for a NW 157th St.-goad. died Sept.
14 at
587-1388 Ft.Lauderdale held at 2 Veterans Hospital.
Ct. Ph. Saturday, p.m.inMt. three in
stay Vincenza.
year
6948 NW 5th AVENUE (Oct. 11) Zion AME, Hollywood, Rev. is survived by his wife,Verne;
Beautiful large 2 bedroom, 2 1 bedroom furnished apart- W. W.Wells officiating.Burial one son Robert Jackson; one

bath CBS home with Florida Beauty established six ment. Adults only. Quiet Lincoln Memorial Cemetery.She daughter, Cynthia; his mother,

room, plus another nice 2 bed- years. Must sell for less than neighborhood. Call 691-4764. is survived by one daughter RICHARDSON Mrs. Olivia Tinker, and

room CBS home in rear. FHA value of equipment. Contact Mrs Dora Gantt; two brother Bernard. Serviceswill
Services for Mrs. Gola be held 21
terms. No closing costs.Drive 691-3838. and granddaughters Dorothy M. Saturday, Sept.
after six p.m. Rooms. $10 week.Cooking ,
Jones of Homestead will be
10
by the at a.m. at Church of Transfiguration -
property then call or TV 634-5627. Littles and Earnestine Nilson;
stop at Edison Realty,Realtor, two grandsons Julian Jamesof held Saturday, at 12:30 p.m. with Father Clark,
in the Church of Christ Florida
175 officiating
NW 62nd Street. 751-2441 Miami and Joseph Jamesof
2317 NW 94th STREET City, Brother M. C. Smith
Room for a very nice and respectable Boston, Mass.; three great
SEE THISCBS BEAUTY officiating. Burial Paradise ...
3 bedrooms, living room,din- single lady with a grandchildren, four nieces,
DOWN FHA Memorial CocaColaBOTTLING
ONLY $450 Gardens.
ing room, kitchen, bath, front 2 bed- good Job. Use of large kitchen, three nephews
Florida room
,
large
Porch, partly furnished.Fenced dining room, living room and CO.
2 baths.All kitchen ap-
rooms
yard, low price Allapattah Fla. room. $60.00 per month.
included in the price MALE LAUNDRY HELP
section Call owner 5323206. pliances To see call NE 5-4805. Route
of $15,000. Spitzer Realty, Indef.) Loaders
( pullers, extractor operators. Good
1057 NW 30th STREET Realtors, 8201 Biscayne Blvd. wages. Production bonus. Excellent company SalesmanSalary

Nice 1 bedroom house on rear 759-8741. benefits paid vacation ob.
permanent (
of while
$3500 large lovely lot.Duplex zone First $250 down! Price $4850for Must be 18 or over. Apply in mornings. No ,,

tor, 759-2425.cash.. Ben-Kori Real- both houses! 5712 NW 4th HOME AWAY phone calls please.Ask for Mr. Findley, National training
371-6728. (Sep. 27) FROM HOME Must be 21 or over
Ave., Linen Service, 1950 NW 1st Avenue.
2320 NW 96lfc3treet Tourist Accommodation and a resident of

Duplex 2 bedrooms each side, Do you have a friend or relovtivt theGreater

tile roof, very nice $18,000 FHA, VAandConventlonal visiting? Beautiful Miami

total $800 down FHA, one side I CBS like new, anybody can buy private done for rent.Dailbasis. Area
.Air condwall/wall: FEMALE LAUNDRY HELP
vacant for new owner,we have If qualified or non-qualifed
I key. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, :assume existing mortgage. all utilities furn. Flat work, feeders, folders. Good wages. Apply in person at:
anytime 759-2425. Midwest Realty, NE 58035. including garage, TV & Excellent benefits. Paid vacation 301 NW 29th Street
Phone. company ,
27th Ave. (Oct. 18)
5499 NW between 10
Call 9 permanent job. Production bonus. Must be 18 a.m.
Carol City. 3 bedrooms, 2 Shown by Appoint.
baths, swimming pool, no Beauty Shop for sale or rent a.M.to5 p.m. 691.5283 or or over. Apply in mornings. No phone calls and 3 p.m.

qualifying, by owner. Total Fully equipped with five booths Evening & Weekends: please. National Linen Service. 1950 NW Monday through Fridayr

Price $13,320. $2,000 down. .$300 down and$50 month. 691- 696.2538 (N29)) 1st Avenue. Ask for Mr. find ley .
$97 month. 624-4016. 9072. (Oct. 4)

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