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Publication Date: September 27, 1968
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Urban j"Yo'

Organize hello

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The Urban League, usually sometimes ivory-towered
thought of by Negroes: as a past is a change in direction -
bourgeoisie organization, is for the Urban League
about to get down here on the movement.
ground with the nitty-gritty The policy shift will entail
people.In an added emphasis on com-
a special press confer- munity organization with
Riot Deaths
frte ence last week, the Greater the community instead of the
Miami Urban League announced organizers deciding what the
is "New Thrust" that will specific targets will be.

take Its organizational exper- "We are not going to set
Homicide and Accidental tist into the ghetto. Accordingto priorities on peoples' con-
youthful Executive Director cerns," said project director
T. Willard Fair, the Dewey Knight"We're going to
The deaths of three Miami One of the first officers at Officers said that the shooting League will go where the action go in there and find out what
Negroes who died during last the scene, Sgt. A. W. Smiley, was so intense that they is with a block by block these agencies as housing inspectors ,
month's civil disorders have testified that the first shots were diving for cover at the and street by street organizational and city and county
been decided in the court of came from a figure crouchedon same time they returned fire program. commissions. ,
Justice of the Peace CharlesH. the roof of the apartment on the apartment house.Lt. The target of the New Thrust
Snowden. building. will be "The System" in general Instead of having black-
William P. McClure said Fair said. versus-white confrontations,
Snowden ruled the Lt. James
Judge H. Knight whose
that he and other investigatorslater For example the Urban though, Fair says there will
death of "Slim"Cleveland car hit twice
Ejester was by gunfire
found evidence of at least League will attempt to build be an alliance ofpoorblackpeople
45, who died Aug. said shooting erupted his
11 shots being fired toward the enough and white liberal "re-
8 on the third floor balcony in third pass in a patrol car past pressure
streets from Inside five apart on the School Board to make source bank" personnel, suchas
front of his apartment house at the apartment building where a
ments, Including two tromCleveland's them take drastic to attorneys and accountants.
329 NW 22nd St.,as"accidental crowd had been slowly collecting upgrade
homicide by person or per apartment 319. Bishop ghetto schools into Meanwhile Fair said the
sons unknown." Knight called for help on the But Cleveland's body was "really creative" institu Urban League will beef up its
Snowden had previously ruled police radio,and before the incident found on the third floor balcony Hatcher DiesIn tions. 30-man staff and begin a net- '
the deaths of Miami's first was over, 20 Miami patrol several doors away from It will also aim at other work of outpost offices
two riot victims, Moses cars answered the call. his apartment. white power structure. throughout the black ghettoes,
Cannon and John James Austin He said he saw flash"that None of the 10 officers call- Jacksonville Fair said the New Thrust- so ghetto dwellers won't have
as justifiable homi- looked like a roman candle" ed to testify at the inquest into away from the Urban League's to come downtown to see them.

cide. All three cases were from the top of the apartment Cleveland's death said they JACKSONVILLE.Rt.
presented by David Goodhart, building. Police later said it had seen Cleveland carrying Rev. E. C. Hatcher, presiding
chief of the capital crimes division was the blast from a shotgun. gun. bishop of the African Metho-
of the State Attorney's dist Episcopal Church in Man Lynched
office. Florida and the Bahamas, is
Cleveland was apparently Riot Looters SentencedThe dead at the age of 66. .
caught in the crossfire be- Bishop Hatchet became ill
tween Miami police and snipers first two men tried as Johnson was convicted of at home Monday afternoon and In Alabama ;
when they exchanged more looters during the racial disturbances entering without breaking and died in a Jacksonville hospital,
than 50 shots, the second night in Miami last month grand larceny early Aug. 8 at He was a native of Dothan,
of Miami violence. One: police were given'prison terms Fri- the American Furniture Corp. Ala., and began his ministry PRICHARD, Ala. The bodyof gallon was entirely within the
officer, SgtJamesATom- day.Criminal building, 2300 NW 62nd St. here in 1924. He was elected a 35-year-old Negro man Negro community."
bley, and four residents of the Court Judge Carl-. Jones was convicted of attempted bishop of the 11th District was found strung up by the Deloach's body, clad only in
apartment house were also hit ing StedmansentencedJimmie breaking and enteringat (Florida) in 1952 and was re.. heels Saturday .outside an shorts and with slight cuts
in the exchange of fire Lee Johnson, 28, to two years. a bar,The Cotton Club,6901 assigned to the post at the 38th abandoned school-house. about the bead and abdomen,
Ollie L. Jones,, 31, got one NW 15t h Ave. ,on Aug., .9._ quadrennial s e s s i o n/of the Police identified the ,!cUm was found banging by a telephone

,.....v.--. :.,.!>.."'........<:">....o..o.o..o;'. .....'l..I'.. .......... ....._... '____ ...; ".-' AME Church's' .'GeifcraTConference -.;his f E.'C. beloach;,a fork-lift . cable',eave:of

\4Ij m ]1 I 1m1 1tlm 1 1 l ; fIliiill 11 mI Iill 1r II i f m 1#1lli 1 .ffrfumtill fitc 22. in Philadelphia.. May' .operatoron Two'other the Negroes.Mobile,.docks.a man of the several Joshua Negro Barney schools School closed ,one- :

*. \. Bishop Hatcher had served and a woman, were taken into in the Mobile area this year
Ii as chairman of the board of custody connection with the when federal courts ordered a
trustees of Edward Waters case. Police refused to speed-up in Integration.
: College here and as presidentof identify them but said they Prichard adjoins Mobile onthe
the Council of Bishops of the were being held technically north.Seven firebombings )
a 4 International AME Church a charge of public drunkenness have been reported in the area ,
A successor to Bishop Hat- in the last three weeks and
cher in Florida will be pickedby "There are nOl3.cial1mpl1- -. there has been one clash between -.
the Bishops Council following cations involved," said Pri- a Negro and a white at
.- his funeral Speculation is chard Detective, Lt. R. L. one of the newly integrated
that Bishop George N.Collins, Heathcoe. He said the investi- schools.

1 -tctc a native Floridian, now serv-
ing Arkansas and Oklahoma,
:' -tctc is the leading candidate.
Id, d n Bishops C. A. Gibbs and W.F.' Teacher Awarded
-tc Ball, both of whom were elect-
-tctc ed from Florida, are not expected -,
to get the nomination
f 9' because they have already
$377,000 In Sir
:* served the state.
Bishop Hatcher is survivedby
.., -tctc ,
his wife two children five
'- grandchildren and one great John ShootingA

.t ..1 grandchild.


: !TRAZ" POWELL : former Dunbar Elemen-
tary school teacher, who was
iC Before the Florida Athletic Hall of Fame is completed, the name : BLACK AND WHITE PARENTS paralyzed from the waist down
: of Nathaniel "Traz" Powell will have long been enshrined there. No other in a bar shooting, has been
athlete in the state will deserve it more. awarded$377,003.55 damagesb
iC iC Traz graduated from Booker T. Washington High In 1945 and went to SEEK END TO SOUTH STRIFE y a Circuit Court Jury here.
'il Florida A&M to become one of Jake Gaither's super stars, making the AU-91
It American teams in 1946-47-48. Traz went both ways--be would catch any- 4c4c Earl of 4595 ,
biracial committee Alonzo ,
thing you threw near him, and it was impossible for a runner to turn his end. and political figure. "We had NW 13th Ave., won the Judg.
student nine
iC Coming coach at small Carver High in Coconut Grove, Traz has never cluding one an open exchange of ideas anda ment from Inc.
adults from each faction Sixty-Six ,
-It, bad a losing season and boasts a state championship to his credit. As a coach warring basic trust was establish which runs the Sir John Hotel
.. Traz is a. disciplinarian a tund mentaUst. His charges love him and respect : are meeting in an attemptto ed." at276NWSlxtnst fl
iC him. end tensions at .South. Dade The chairman of the white Lounge *

iC Traz had football fans all over the south blinking in disbelief last week : High School. group "Concerned Par
The other defendant In the 7
: after his small Mays High football team knocked over the ever powerful The first closed door meet- ents" endorsed Johns'statement suit was Johnnie Will Ware,
.. Miami High in a stunning 14-7 upset. It was a gargantuan effort considering .' ing with Dade's School Board Jack Levy, the who bad been employed as a
Mays has only ff beys In the top three grades and Miami High is the largest 4c4c was held Tuesday night and another chairman, added: "We have bouncer at the lounge the night
other within the
school in the state. problems
, is scheduled for Monday
of the shooting.The Judgementis
-It An old foot aU injury has been playing havoc with his health lately, but .. night at the school. schools which this group feels also against Ware.
-It, Traz goes on with'hJs first love--coaching. No man is more dedicated to his 914r deserve attention and discus
athletes. He works closely with schools all over the country and has secured The spokesman for the 10- sion." He refused to'elab-
4c scholarships for hundreds of players who never would have had a chance to member Negro committee and orate. Finley's attorney, Bill Col-
get to college. 91 his white counterpart said only The Dade School Board' son, told the Jury that Finleyand
iC Powell is also a strong community man. He is aBig Brother member that they would resume talks earlier said it would mediate his wife were attending a
iC of the Collegians Club and Rattlers, Inc He Is superintendent of the Senior Monday night racial tension the committee's discussionsand teacher's dance Nov. 19, 1968
4' Department of Greater Bethel AME Sunday School. generated by the school's Confederate prepare a .policy forbidding and did nothing to prompt

: He is married(Altamease) and has a 14-year-old daughter, Gail, who ** symbols. school symbols that Ware's pulling a gun and firing -
is an honor student at Miami Edison. .. "We feel the parties came "threaten the peaceful educa it. Colson said the corporation

,L rl ili irn 1 i1i fIl: j r: illili*iIDlrni11l i 1 t H!]t ;TM1T77T j 1 i : j1 t.mtmili[l Negro together spokesman meaningfully Odell,"Johns said, tion"racial as tensions.steps to reduce the Ware was was drunk at fault at the because time.

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 27, 1968 3

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Health Center To I Model City Needs Candidates for CouncilmanThe I I

Offer Top Medical CareDr.
purpose of the Model plan for your needs better than held October 5 and 6, in every Ave The deadline for qualifying I
City Program is to make the you because you live with them area from which there is no as a candidate is Monday,
Thomas L. James, neighborhood a better place in every day. We have never hada representative for a council- Sept 30.
D.D.S., has been named full- which to live. In order to do better opportunity to fulfill man.
time project director in the this, you the resident, must some of our needs,and desiresas As a councilman, it will be
Economic Opportunity Family become involved in the plan- we have in the Model City If you are interested in be- your responsibility to reportthe
Health Center Program ning and in the carrying out of Program simply by becoming coming a candidate to repre- needs of your neighborsand
operated by the University of those plans.No involved.Did sent your neighborhood, con- possible solutions to those
Miami School of Medicine.The d dA one knows what is need- you know that in many of tact the Model City office immediately needs. It will be you who will
appointment becomes effec- ed in your neighborhood better the neighborhoods in the Model at 693-4302 or stop coordinate and encourage the
tive Oct. 1. than you because you live City area there are no repre- by the office located next to residents to become involvedin
there. No one knows how to sentatives? An election will be Steven's Market, 6207 NW 27 group actions.


Urban Renewal Housing Gets ShortcutA :;1

new federal program that Advisory Committee for Com ask Metro Commissioners to soon as it became available. ;
w ti would get a portion of Dade's munity Improvement. approve the new Neighborhood Presently, federal guidelines 1-]
-- urban renewal projects off the Development Program to en- require that all planning be >

DR. GEORGE SIMPSON planning boards and into con- The advisory group, which able speedier slum clearance, completed for a total Urban ,
. Medical Director struction was endorsed last guides county participation in explained Mrs. Aileen Lotz, Renewal area before the Housing .'.
Thursday by Metro's Citizens federal housing projects, will senior administrative assis- and Urban Development :
Dr. George A. Simpson, a tant to County Manager Por- Authority will release any
practicing general surgeon in ter Homer. money for building demolitionor
.i. the area for the past 10 years, Black And White Florida Under the neighborhood development renovation.
serves as medical director. concept, urban The neighborhood plan"is a I
Charles L. Feltus adminis planners would be able to divide much morerealistic way of ;' ;
trator. Methodists IntegrateMerger present urban renewal handling development and get-
project J areas into sections, ting projects moving," Mrs.
The whole operation will be of the Negro and races, said the merger culmi- developing each section as Lotz said.
computerizedpatients'rec- White Conferences of the nates efforts to intraconference -
An assistant professor of ords kept on cards and readily Methodist Church of Floridawas discussions over a periodof SAM.
pediatrics in the division of approved in a 71-15 vote four
available for checking. Dr. years.
Family Medicine and oral biology 10 yr. Service BRAND NEW
Thomas Natiello, assistant Saturday at Bethune-Cookman The Bishop said hebelieved
on the medical school professor of management and College. people of both conferences will Guarantee VACUUM CLEANER
faculty, Dr. James had been marketing, is in charge of this Racial integration of the two 'rejoice' at the news of the integration -
serving as dental director in aspect. groups already had been approved of the two groups.
the year-old program. by the white segmentof The merger will be consum- Special Price
Financed by funds from the Services at the Health the church. mated at a uniting session of
Office of Economic Opportunity Center are furnished on a Bishop James W. Henley of both groups at Florida South- $1588 !
the program offers com- team basis. Each team con- Lakeland, administers the ern College, Lakeland, next '
plete health care to some 5- sists of two family physicians, church conferences of both June. EASY TERMS'
000 low-income families -- two dentists, five nurses, 10 Rug ToolUpholstery
about 20,000 people -- in the family health workers, and Tool COMPLETE WITH 8 LABOR
Brownsville Liberty City one social worker and serves Hose .
area. Dr.Lynn P.Carmichael, approximately a thousand NAACP Asks Census BureauTo 2 wands
director of the School's families. Consultants in'various -
Family Medicine Program, medical and dental spec- Gather Data On Negro Tool NO OBLIGATION
who had directed the OEOpro- alties are available when re- -
gram on a parttime basis,will quired.Dr. NEW YORK. In its Sep sus Bureau should observe CALL ANY TIMECall6851564
serve as advisor. tember meeting, the Board of strict and absolute confiden-
Dr.james obtained James is the only dentist Directors of the National Association tiality in recording such data,
D.D.S. at Me h a r r y Medical chosen to head an OEO Family for Advancement and that Individual's, name ABC Sewing Center, 12910 NW 7th Avenue
College, Nashville, Tenn., in, .Health Center among ,the of Colored People passed a should be listed with the''information 4 3 ", tAll
1951. From 1947 to 1966 he 40 planned or in operation resolution calling upon em- which he might credit cards and charge plates accepted. 'j

served as a member of the U.S. throughout the nation. ployment, housing, education, supply.
Naval Dental Corps, both active economic and political
And the Miami operation is par --- \.
and reserve,retiring with the only one in Florida."I hope ticipation, administration of
the rank of commander. He to prove to the state that it is justice, and any other areas of FOR THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMMODATIONSAT
took postgraduate courses at better to keep our citizens life from which racial dis-
Einstein Medical Center, healthy, rather than to treat crimination and its effects are MODERATE RATES-CALL
Philadelphia, and U.S. Naval them after they become ill," still to be eliminated." .
Dental School at Bethesda, he said. The resolution stated that *
Md., with emphasis on dentistry the Board "regards the full BONDED *
for the physically handi- He believes the concept of and accurate enumeration of ,
capped and mentally retarded complete family health care Americans of black African 1
child, in which he became and group practice is a mani- descent or origin as a paramount RENTAL
board qualified. festation of the changes taking national goal." It urged
place in medical practice.
that such information be secured

"For too many years the application of all the AGENCY
poor have had to serve as the resources available" to the ;
last recipients of medical ser- Census Bureau.
vices," he said."Now we have The action of the NAACP was
the opportunity to provide the based upon its conviction that AL4.jNC
best of care, both medical and "effective guarantees against .
dental, to the poor of Liberty discrimination on account of 0
City and Brownsville, and that race and effective action to 00 1tf ,, THE LARGEST PRIVATE HOUSING RENTAL AND
f .+ is what will offer." remedy its consequences .
require accurate information .____
regarding all factors
the discrimination and the
TREES ARE A fleet of cars and collectors give door to door service for
EVERYBODY'SBUSINESS remedial efforts. This is especially
tenants convenienceA
11. pertinent in the areas
I !
FLnaat FAST. .... affected by legislative and ad- community recreation center for teenagers and adults "rent
.. ...
-M-YIV- --V ministrative authority.It free," fumishedqnd air conditioned foryour comfort and enjoyment.
::.: was stressed that the Cen-
DR. J. O. BROWN A public relations department to assist you with your problems.
. Board ChairmanThe
Tenants concern will stop vandalism and reduce the cost of housing.
Family Health Center
board of directors approvedDr. PUBLIC NOTICEEFFECTIVE
James' appointment. This MAIN OFFICE'

16member policy making I OCTOBER 1, 1968 THE 4150 NW 7th Avenue 759-8733
group, headed by Dr. J. O.
Brown, is made up of repre- FOLLOWING FARE STRUCTURE WILL BE 14255 NW 22nd Avenue, Opa-locka MU 8.0617
sentatives of the various OBSERVED BY THE METROPOLITAN '
20848 South Dixie Hwy., Cutler RidgeCE 5.3553 I
medical and dental functions
TRANSIT AUTHORITY: 7th Ft. Lauderdale JA 4-3357 '
in Dade County, plus -- under 605 NW Terrace, -
OEO requirements -- several BASE FARE . . . . . . . . . 25C 1163 NW 3rd Avenue FR 3-8416 ,

of the . . . 300
recipients program. SUBURBAN BASE FARE 3801 Grand Avenue, Grove HI 5-1381 :

target Also, wherever area residents possible have, STUDENT FARE . . . . . . . 150 512 NW 1st Ave., Hallandale WA 7-2434

been hired and trained to serve PARK RIDE FARES . . . . . . . 339 Hammondvi lie Rd., Pompano WI| 3-2434 :;

as family health workers.The N. DADE-S. DADE . . . . 500
center is temporarily located
at NW 27th Ave. and 62nd St. LITTLE RIVER, DINNER KEY, HON. L. L. BROOKS, President .,, ... .-':

Permanent quarters will beat NORTH SIDE, CENTRAL. . . . 350 GEORGE P. HARTH, General Manager *'.;

NW 27th Avenue and 56th St., CHARLES A. LOCKHART, Public Relations Director
where a building is being re- Metropolitan Transit
modelled and an addition is under \ I
construction under the Authority . If I am to enjoy a better I life, others must live better too." L. L. Brooksfamily t;
Federal Group Practices Loan

I Act.

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4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 27, 1968

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roBe Equal

'- by Whitney M. Young :Jr.

Offlc 6530NW 15th Av... Miami, Fla. 33147-Phon 691.0421 .
By Booker T. Hayes Executive Director National Urban League
H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor r-'
STANLEY I. SWEETING Theatrical Editor Are You Black And Proud? Myth of Black AntiSemitismThe

National Advertising Representative communitiesof
A change Is being reflected throughout the
Amalgamated Publishers, Inc. these United States. A change that will In time serve as the drive for racial solidarity among black people Is leadIng -
310 Madison Avenue New York, N. Y. 10017 In the
is not
social life. This change in creating black businesses and Improving
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association stablizer of American to a healthy interest -
2400 S. Michigan Avenue Chicago, III. 60616 structure of the communities, but In the people who inhabit ghetto schools, but it is also resulting In friction with

them. It is so apparent, on'y those unwilling to face reality other ethnic groups.It .
ONE ,YEAR 5.00 SUBSCRIPTION- SIX MONTHS -RATES$3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 will dispute this fact. Many things have contributed to this new would be tragic if that friction were to be misinterpreted.The .
Black American image, but I feel the most significant of current controversy about alleged black anti-Semitism
Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post all is the black man's willingness to accept himself for what In point.In .
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 of black is beautiful rather than is a case
he really is. This new concept some cities, the black thrust for self-determination is
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"The dull and obnoxious,has placed tlakA merlcans In an offensive running head-on into the entrenched interests of some white
NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead position for the first time since their Involvement In the who happen to be Jewish. But this doesn't indicate any
the world from racial and national antagonism when it accords people
to every man regardless of his race, creed or color his human American dream. anti-Semitism. Jews who are caught in such conflict aren't
and legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no man..the Negro Black Americans have forever had to defend their rights to singled out because they are Jews but because they are whites
Press strives to help in the firm belief,that all Even his right to
every man men even the most basic American priviledges. whose presence in some .ghetto institutions is resented.In .
are hurt as long as is held of sur-
anyone live has had to be defended. defense for the purpose New York City, the failure of the educational establish
vival Is usually a gallant one, andblackAmerlcans have earned ment to provide decent training for children In ghetto schools
ditor'5 otebooh the respect of freedom lovers throughout the world by has led to bitter conflicts between the black community and the
merely surviving. The one ingredient needed for the final push teacher's union. Because so many teachers are Jewish, this
toward attainment of our goals has been miraculously providedfrom has been pointed to as an example of anti-Semitism by those
WEEKThe within the rooks. This very needed commodity is pride. who should know better.

Webster defines pride as an absorbing sense of one's own kind of friction exists In Boston, where the
But the same
week of October 6 through the 12th is "National News- but even the
it more distinctly in our youth,
greatness. We see controlled by whites who happen to be Irish. In
schools are
paper week." The services of America's free press are essential It to have
have the message. appears
to gotten
Toms seem both cases the black community is fighting to establish its
for the of vital If free-
preservation our democracy.
born again.
effect to being
produced an equivalent
the ethnic makeup of the
and influence -- present
dom of the press were limited, all of the fundamental free- Have you noticed the expression of our young people when own power incidental.
doms held forth for in the bill of would be nullified. establishment is
us rights and I'm Proud?"This feeling,long subduedby
saying I'm Black of the teachers dismissed by New York'sOcean
American newspapers are free to report the facts. They are the downcast spirit of black Americans is not a surface Because a majority
school district Jewish
not forced to distort them to fit the dictates of a tyranny. Truthis reaction but reflects the true image of all things rare and Hill-Brownsville were ugly
But that embattled
of black racism were made.
the greatest for freedom. People in a free society charges
weapon feel it to defend their pres-
They no
make vital unique. district still has a white majority on its teaching staff, a large
may intelligent Judgements and decisions about know American as the flag
here because they they areas
ence number of whom are Jewish, so the charges are obviouslyfalse.
issues of the day. Florida Power and Light Company urges you to which we pay homage. They know justice and right are on
to Join in the tribute to the American Press . They bring their side and realize that this constitutes more than half the .
is In business ownership in the ghetto.
the truth that keeps us free! Anotherconflict area
battle. In many cities, Negroes moved into neighborhoods which were
I have heard Black Power defined In many ways, but none of
became black
ARCHBISHOP SUPPORTS HUMPHREYThere predomlnantely Jewish. As the neighborhoods
the definitions have accounted for this newself.appralsalnow
are always two sides to a subject- take the war in evident among blacks. My opinion is that we are now beginning ghettos, Jewish storekeepers stayed on. Now many of these

Vietnam, so much has been written against President Johnson's to get a true picture of black power tt Is being generated from storekeepers are experiencing hostility.
this isn't anti-Semitism. It is the natural desire of a
policy by many who believe they know better than the admin- within the black communities, and will provide the instinct But
whites who don't live in the community and
istration how to conduct the war and bring about peace. Cer- that will enable blacks become bonaflde competitors despite people to replace
tainly everybody would like to see the end of the war, but their minority standing. It has removed the crutch so many of who take profits out of the ghetto. In many cities these stores
everybodycannot decide how it's to be done.We must leave that us have become accustomed to.and nude participation a must. are owned by Italians or other ethnic groups and the same fric-

to those we believe best qualified for this gigantic task. If you are black, and you have not experienced a greater sense tion Is present, proving that anti-Semitism is not a major

Here is the opinion of Archbishop Robert E. Lucey of San of belonging, It Is time to make an honest evaluation of your- factor.It .
Antonio, Texas, who defends the Vietnam War policy as what self. As our young people will tell you "you're not with It." is important for both Jews and blacks to understand whatis
they call the papal peace program. The peace program was happening. The visible signs of white power in black com
basically "that when aggression begins, the peace-loving munities are resented -- and this has nothing to do with the
nations must do something about it." He said of President ethnic makeup of white storeowners, teachers, or policemen.The .
Johnson, those of us who love him regret deeply that he does ghetto resents this white presence because it has often
not choose to run. PHIL OSSOFERWas frustrated legitimate Negro demands for equality. Jewish
The Archbishop listed social reforms that President John- teachers and Irish policemen are welcomed when they teach
son has brought about during his presidency and said that in there ever a time when here long great difficultieswill ghetto kids and patrol ghetto streets. They are resented when
the field of international relations he has been particularly nations were opposed to one arise,and harmful results theydon't teach well or when they abuse their powers. Their
helpful. another as they are today?Was will follow. If this matter re- religion and their nationality have nothing to do with it.
there ever an age when the future malneth without change, enmity And their color shouldn't either. Black people sometimes
VICE PRESIDENT HUMPHREYSome looked as dark as it does will be increased day by exploit other blacks as much as white people do. There are
now? No, never; yet I believe day, and the final result will be black teachers who crush their student's desire to learn, and
that by the end of this century hardship and may end In blood there are black storeowners who cheat their customers, and !'

accomplishments of candidate Hubert Humphreywho . just 32 years from now. . shed." This we have seen, there are black cops who abuse their powers.
Ye Editor hopes will be ,our next President.He the nations will be united to the even here in Miami. The overwhelming majority of black people know this.They
Is a South Dakotan, was Minnesota's director of War extent that large-scale wars During the same year, welcome whites who want to work with the black community,
Production Training and a teacher at Macalester College,St. will vanish from the face of the speaking in Sacramento,Cali- and they aren't letting legitimate racial pride and militancy
Paul, Minnesota in the early 1940s, was elected as Mayor In earth. fornia, he said, "May the first be perverted into a reverse racism.
1945, re-elected in 1947. He won national attention at 1948 Forgive me iflsoundoverly flag of International Peace be And black people fully understand the great role Jews have
Democratic Convention by successfully advocating a strong optimistic, but I truly believe upraised in this State." played in furthering civil rights. It wouldbe tragic if the his-
civil rights plank in the platform.In 1948 was the first Demo- this because a certain man Thirty-three years later, the toric liberalism of the Jewish community its great contri-
crat ever elected to the United States Senate from Minnesota; said It would be so. Why do II I' United Nations was born in San butions to the black man's cause were to fall victim to a mis-
reelected in 1954 and 1960, he consistently supported legislation believe him? Because he pre- Francisco. And when Commu- understanding of the issues.
to increase federal support of welfare,housing,urban renewal dicted other important events nism was spawned after the Studies have documented the fact that there is less anti-
and civil rights. He introduced the first bill to establish which have come into being, overthrow of the Czar of Russia Semitism among blacks than among any other group in America. -
Peace Corps and he usually backed the stands of organizedlabor. and he spoke in the name of Abdul Baha prophetically And there is more support for black people among Jews
He was named Senate Majority whip in 1961 and playedan God. Was he a false prophet? spoke once more,"say ing, than among any other group. In racism and prejudice,we facea
Important role in ratification of nuclear test-ban treaty in Not according to the 18th "Movements, newly-born and common enemy. I hope that black people, Jews, and other
1963, he steered the 1964 Civil RightsActthrough the Senate, Chapter of Deuteronomy, world-wide in their range,will minorities will see that anti-Semitism is not real issue and
he is a strong supporter of the United Nations. In 1964 Presi- where it is recorded: "Whena exert their utmost effort for that today's friction, where it exists, is the product of white-
dent Lyndon Johnson chose him as his Vice Presidential run- prophet speaketh In the name the advancement of their de- black confrontations having nothing to do with specific reli-
ning mate. This year the Democratic Party has nominated him of the Lord, if the thing follow signs. The Movement of the gious or nationality groups.Training .
for the office of President. not, nor come to pass, that is left will acquire great importance -
Vice-president Humphrey is married and the father of four the thing which the Lord bath its influence will Jobs Open NowHere
children.He not spoken. . spread." Now, Communism
has chosen as his running mate Edward S. Muskie who The speaker was Abdul threatens the whole world. is an opportunity to learn to trade. Each week
was elected Governor of Maine in 1954 andreelected in 1956. Baha, Exemplar of the Baha'i the Florida State Employment Service will list several
He has also served four years In the Maine House of Repre- Faith from 1892 to 1921.Here Perhaps now, seeing tha t trainee positions open In the Miami area.All you haven
sentatives.Ye are some of his prophesies: In these prophesies have bee n do is apply for them at the Employment service of-
Editor hope for the election of these two candidates as 1912, speaklngbeforethethlrd fulfilled, my optimism aboua t fice listed below.
our next President and Vice-President. annual Convention of the truly united federation of nations (1) A Hialeah employer has a trainee position open
NAACP, he said, "The ques- may seem realistic. I:t for a die caster. You must have a mechanical aptitudeand
tion of the union of the white t is always darkest before the be interested in this line of work.The salary starts
A BLACKEYE FOR FLORIDAThe and the black is very Impor- dawn, so the fast approach g at $1.80 an hour for a five day,forty hour week.
tant, for if it is not realized, twenty-first century could b e (2)) Another Hialeah employer will train someone toe
infamous Pitts-Lee Case that is getting nationwide pub here long great difficultieswill the dawn of that Golden Ag be a maintenance mechanic. You must be mechanically
licity is planting a great big blackeye on the state of Florida. arise,and harmful results promised by Christ. inclined and have some related trade school back-
Nearly two years ago, convicted murderer Curtis Adams ground. The salary will start at $75.00 a week for a
confessed to killing two white gas station attendants in the five day forty hour week.

Florida Panhandle. Despite his admissions, two Negroes con (3)) We have an opening for a warehouseman trainee.
victed of the same slayings remain on Death Row at Raiford. You must be strong and able to handle heavy chemical
This week, thanks to the Pulitzer Prize-Winning Miami i Your ill containers. The salary will start at $2.00 an hour for
Herald reporter, Gene Miller, the two-Freddit Pitts and Wil- an 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. shift, Monday through Friday.
bert Lee--are getting a hearing on their plea for a new trial. (4)) If you want to be an order filler, a company in
The history of the case is one of questionable Justice. After TO MORE PROFITS & PRESTIGE Hialeah will train you. You must be a willing worker

constant pressure from the press,State Attorney General Earl 1 COULD BE ADVERTISINGYOUR interested in becoming a good order filler.The salary
Faircloth ordered an investigation that turned out to be one o f will start at $80.00 for a forty four hour week. Suitable
the most putrid probes ever undertaken by a law enforcement .BUSINESS. IN working hours will be arranged.
office. 'h ,, 3..ti Apply for all these positions at the Industlral Office,
Many things have happened in this case that have inflamed }lt {nI! .h"r Florida State Employment Service, 1350NW12thAve.,
decent people of this state. We hope that these two young men Room 280. Employment Service offices are open at 8:00
who have been In Jail for five years will get Justice. But we CALL US TODAY! a'm sharp Monday through Friday.
doubt it.

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Cuban Exiles Treated Setter

Regarding Cuban exiles taking over the employment of hotel
and restaurant service jobs formerly held by this area's Ne- COMMUNITY CONTROL
gro citizens.It Is not only In these jobs they were given prefe- ,
ential treatment. There were no Negro sales clerks, office : POWER TO THE POWERLESS
workers, etc, until there were so many Cuban exiles hired in
these positions that it became obvious to the business com-
munity that they would have to hire at least a token number of
Negroes.Not .
only does the Cuban exile receive more U. S, welfare ,\
dollars than our own American Negroes and whites,but the Cu- 'y
ban Negro and white have been able to live and to go school \
wherever they chose. Why the barrier then against American \,
Negroes who have fought and died for this country? \
Any surprise on the part: of our municipal leaders at the
recent racial outbreak should have been, "How did they hold *
back for so long in view of all the justices done them,and In
particular In the Miami community where the Cuban exile has I
been treated more generously than any immigrants In our his- itI

Wake up governmental,business and civic leaders!There Is I
only one answer to all the committees youhave formed. Give \,I
the Negro all the rights he Is entitled to and which the white
citizen has had all through the centuries, but give him the "
means for a good start to help compensate for all his depri- I I II

Ruth B. Savitt

FMC Special Supplement PraisedDear


May I send my sincere thanks to you for the wonderful sup-
plement on Florida Memorial College which was a part of your
September 13th Issue, 1968. Certainly, the professional man- "I HI 1 fli I ( ( fI\l1( !
ner In which this was done, to say nothing about the excellent Decision In NAACP
idea of a special Issue, Is every Indication of the high type OPPORTUNITY LegalServices
publication which you and your staff represent.To P

see the outstanding establishments of this community taking Suit Bars Craft :
readily to the idea of welcoming our College bespeaks how bY: Leo Adderty,
far this city has come in the area of cultural relationshipsover .. w' Center Attorn*
the last two decades.
With the general unrest In this nation as we know it, cer- Union Bias
tainly by comparison Dade County bids fair establish a social The voting privilege has not always been freely extended to
launching pad which may well catapult this community into minority groups. Politicians have always realized that "vote
the rarified atmosphere of sound racial understanding. :power," If given, and used effectively, can change things. For CINCINNATI.-A local electrician In commenting on the decl-1
: those'who opposed change in the social order the thing to do has won a case In the sin, Robert Carter, general ,
The College expresses herewith its appreciation for the open- then was to deny minority groups this privilege. We are all Federal District Court here counsel for the NAACP, said:
ed arms of acceptance, and accepts the challenge of further :aware of the devious methods used to accomplish this -- writ- which will make it Impossiblefor "This means that the 1866 '/
positive developments as a result of our presence in your Ing Into some States' laws grandfather clauses, which placedas many unions about the Act bars private as well as \1
midst. a qualification for enfranchisement that one's grandfathermust country to exclude Negroesf public discrimination In employment i
have voted in the State for him to be able to do so; or om membership. In ruling In effect a private
Dr. Edward T. Graham asking how many bubbles there were In a bar of soap; or some that Anderson L,Dobbins must litigant no longer will have to
Chairman, Board of Trustees other such disqualifying question. All of these restrictions on be admitted to Local 212, International rely on the Equal Employment
the right to vote have been moved,and Federal law protectsthis Brotherhood of Opportunity provision In the
LET'SL' right. Electrical Workers, the court 1964 Civil Rights Act to file
Any Dade County resident, twenty-one years old or over, held that a private Individualhas suit In Federal Court.
who Is a Unted States citizen and has lived in the County for a right to legal action in "The effect of the ruling,"
d T4LK4foLtTIck at least six months, and In the State for at least one year Is the Federal courts against a Mr. Carter continued, "Is to
qualified to register and vote In local,state,and national elec- union under the Civil Rights bring the activities of all craft
: tions. Convicted felons and mental Incompetents cannot vote, Act of 1966 which bars racial unions who refer workers to
however, until their civil rights have been restored.At discrimination, private as construction contractorswithin
BY NORMAN E. JON the time one registers to vote he should take some proof well as public.In the category of public
of so that this fact can be verified Birth certificates "
age, function or state control.
old Insurance selective service cards and driver'slicenses a 90-page opinion,on September -
36 of
Mr. Dobbins, years
are acceptable proof of age. Also, If one Is foreign the Federal court age, Is a graduate of a Clncl-
over sixty remember with,nostalgia the era of the born, and has become a United States citizen by naturalization ordered that, because of Mr. nati vocational high school and
Negro road show both in theaters and tent shows. Always featured he should present his naturalization papers to the regis- Dobbins' experience In the Hampton Institute, with a
were the blackface comedians and the black singer,whose trar at the time of registration, as proof of citizenship. When electrical field, he should be bachelor's degree In electricityand
comedy routines and songs reflected the dominant philosophy one registers he must state which political party he wants to admitted Into the union Imme- trade education. He has
and mood of the Negro masses far more pointedly and accu- be affiliated with. This information Is entered on his voter diately; he must not be required been attempting to gain admission -
rately than the Negro "leaders" and "spokesmen" do today. registration card, along with other vital information,to Identify to pass a journeyman'sadmission to Local 212 since 1949.
Among the perennial "blues' favorites as delineated by the the voter. examination; and he Because he has been denied
great blues singers of the era Ethel Waters, Bessie, Trlxle One may register to vote any time during the year, except must be placed on the union's membership in the union, he
and Mamie Smith, Ida Cox, Alto Oates, Ma Rainey and others 30 days before an election. The voter registration books are referral list as of the time he has had to work In a variety
were the classic,there'll be some e changes made, the lyricsof now open, and will remain open until October 5, 1968 whichIs last applied for work and of jobs with limited Income.
which stated in an emphauc unmistakable manner,that they 30 days before the Presidential election November 5, membership whch was in September Evidence at the trial estab-
had been good w'e m e n, but they were sick and tired of the 1963. ,1965. lished that Local 212 never has
mistreatment and carryings-on of their "man" with other Recent Federal legislation permits new Florida residents, The court also ordered the had a Negro member to work
"women" and they were going to give him a dose of his own who have not lived here long enough to meet the State's resi- union's referral system sus- with union contractors. It also
medicine and do some "cheating" on their own." That they dency requirements, the privilege voting in the Presidential pended. This will be replacedby was established that Mr.Dobbins
were going to quit being "true" and spread their "love' election by certifying that they are registered In the State referral procedures which has had more formal edu-
around like their faithless man." from which they moved. People in this category must registerwith the court will devise within 30 cation In electricity than any of
"There'll be some political changes made-today" if those the Dade County registration off Ice before October 5, 1968 days. the union's officers.
great blues singers were alive today, they would be singing a so that their names can be removed from the voter list in their As it reached the Federal Presenting the case for the
parody on the famous number reflecting the mood of the Negro previous state. court, the Dobbins case com- NAACP were Attys. Norris
masses today about the "unfaithfulness" of the "Democratic Many Dade County registered voters will not be here on bined an action brought againstthe Muldrow of Cincinnati
party" after being "true" for thirty- six years, lifting them election day to cast their votes, or will not be able to get to union local by the NAACP Richard F. Bellman, NAACP .'
from a "poor southern based outcast barely existing party to the polls because of slkness. Anyone In these categories will under the 1866 Act and an action associate counsel. Arguing on '
the exalted heights of national affluence of the "major politi- be able to vote by absentee ballot. Any person knowing that brought by the U. S. De- behalf of the U. S.Departmentof
cal party" only to be denied the reactive benefits of the politi- they will not be able to go to the polls for the reasons given partment of Justice under Justice were Attys.E.Win- :,
cal truism, to the victor belongs the spoils." above should contact the Voter's Registration Office, Metropolitan Title VO of the Civil Rights ther Me Groom and John J.
Just as the song,"There'll be some changes made today" Justice Building, 1351 NW 12th St., Miami, for an Act of 1964. Kirby, Jr. $
! brought the unfaithful mate back home to his "good" woman, :absentee ballot.Registered )
; when she started to mess around with other men, so will the voters who have moved since the last electioncan
I Democratic party give the Negro his due recognition when hestarts also, return to their old precincts and vote In the coming
! "messing around" with other political parties. election. After that time they must report their change of ad- registration card and post a $1.00 appearance bond and be released
Never in his political history has the Negro had such an op- 'I dress In order to vote. until trial. This privilege extends to minors whose
portunity to gain his full grown independent political maturity Remember, too, that a voter registration card has other parents or legal guardians are registered voters In Dade
as he has today If he will only make some political changes" value to the holder than being a passport to cast your vote on County.Do .
and give some of his vote to,the American Independent Party Important political questions. It shows others that you area not delay register to vote to day. .
candidate George Wallace and Richard Nixon and Ed Gurney. :solid citizen in the community. It might also be acceptable Listen to "Legal Services Presents," on the Tom Washington 1 I
Such action will confound and confuse all of these politicians and all of the political parties and experts. who Is arrested for a traffic violation can present his your dial at 11:30 p.m. on Sundays.



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6 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 27, 1968

I Tuskegee National. Alumni. I 1? lt1flJftdllei91

President Here SaturdayAt 4dOCtU

a meeting with Mr.James Department of Health, Educa- ;
W. Woodson, the Alumni Sec tion and Welfare.
Miami Times Society Editor l_ _t PRISCILLA REDDING
retary of Tuskegee Institute, BY
to Mi-
will come
he announced that Saturday, Dr. Brice .
Edna Burney and Samuel Austin n were married Saturday in 28th a follow-up ami to help complete the for-

Liberty City Church of Christ. The bride,daughter of Mr. and September meeting will be featured by the mation of a newly reorganized The Second Baptist Church Trustee Board is sponsoring a
Mrs. Edward Burney 1445 NW 51st St. The bridegroom, son Club that will take
appearance of the distinguished Tuskegee Carnival, from 12 noon until 6 p.m. Saturday,Sept. 28, on the
of Mrs. Evelyn"Coffee, 7745 NW 10th Avenue.The couple will president of the Tuskegee its rightful place among the church grounds. Tickets are presently on sale 11 for $1.00.
live in Miami. strong chapters of the National
Yvonne Walker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Zackeus (Ruth) National Alumni Association, Association. We hope you all The Miami Killian Cougars will take on the Miami Beach
Clarke and Mr. William Ward were united in Holy Matrimony Dr. Edward Warner Brice. Tuskegee graduates will come High Tides this Thursday at 8 p.m. Come out and cheer the

Thursday, Sept 19, at the Parsonage of St. Mary's Wesleyan and Recipient awards of many Dr. Brice honors has out and join In this importantwork Cougars to their second victory of the season.The game will
Methodist Church by Rev. H. V. Stuart. In support of Tuskegee be held at Flamingo Park, Miami Beach.
been deanandpresi-
a college
The Wilfred E. Barrys: and the Christopher Coles staged a will meet on Saturday -
dent; he served the United Institute. We Members of the Second Baptist Jr. and Teenage Usher
Joint reception Sunday, Sept. 22, honoring the christening of at Ada Merritt Jr.High
States as a representative in Board are having their anniversary Sunday, Sept. 29. Guest
their offsprings. over fifty countries, before School auditorium 6p.m.. are Rev. Simms and congregation from New Hope Baptist
Rev. Kenneth White of Smithfield, Va. is vacationing our returning home to beome Con- Oscar W. Weaver, Jr. has Church Liberty City. Come out and have a good time
city. Rev. White took time out to jet to Nassau for a few daysof fidential Assistant to the As- been elected temporary chair- ,

relaxation, his first trip in thirty-five years. sistant Secretary of the U. S. man. The Fall Recreation program at Richmond Park,starts Sep.
Mrs. Lillle AunkrumSebring, is the houseguest of her sister from 2-6
tember 23 Monday through Friday p.m. Saturdays
and brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs- Isaac Black.
Many activities are provided for boys and girls of
Here for the funeral of George Tinker were Louise Jones, Delta Airlines Presents Martin all 9 ages 5 p.m., such as: arts and crafts,relays, rhythms, stunts and

New York; Spurgeon Bethel, Joseph Johnson, Bertha Kennedy, tumbling, table games, drill teams, basketball, tennis,

Olive Cambridge, Grace Hamilton and Florine Coakley, TourKing archery, square dancing, track, tap-ballet. The schedule Is as

Nassau. Luther King Memorial follows: first and second grades 2. 3 p.m. third and fourth
Congratulations to Franklin Clarke,new director of the Com
3:15 5:30 p.m.; fifth grade 3:15.6 p.m.; teenage
munity School at Primary C. Do you want to earn your high Delta Air Lines has an- and their children; Ebe- graders and girls -6p.mThisschedule is in effect Monday
school diploma?Plan to register now.All levels- senior high, Church where boys
visitors Baptist ,
nounced that Atlanta nezer Friday. Saturday the park is open to all age groups from 9-
Junior high, and elementary. Call 836-0012 for Information. who travel in groups and are Dr. King and his father shar- -
Pecola Pick ford has returned home after a vacation in interested in tracing the events ed the ministry; the great universities 5 p.m.
Brooklyn where she was the houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. that the and colleges which
and places shaped The activities are planned and well supervised membersof
George Stubbs. career of the late Dr. Martin once comprised the largest the Metropolitan Dade County Park and Recreation Depart
Last on invitation from the Inter-American Travel in
year Luther King, can take a new center for Negro education
Agents Society the "column" was invited to attend their 12th King Memorial Tour as one of the world before opening their meat
annual meeting held at Nassau and Freeport. in the doors to all races one of the
the features ; Houseguests of Rev. and Mrs. Henry Wright, 14340 Carver
This year their meeting will be held in Quito, Ecuador and air line's Dream Vacation Atlanta most beautiful Negro residential -
Lima, Peru during the week of October 21-26.Again your reporter communities anywherein Dr., Richmond Heights were Mrs. Wright's sister Mrs. Ozle
package.The Powell and her niece Pearlie Bell Powell Albany Georgia.
will Journey with our interesting travel agents from King pilgrimage is of- America; and the headquarters ,
all over the United States and Central America to these South fered by the Gray LineCompany of the Southern Christian

American Countries and bring to readers of this space some to groups of a mini- Leadership Conference.The .
of the of interest after with of Southof
news mingling some our mum of eight persons. Pilgrimage follows the

the Border friends. Scheduled year-a r a u n d, the exact route of Dr.King's mule ,
Because of the annual interest created by these meetings, comprehensive four-hour tour and wagon funeral cortege and ti ,
(previously held in Mexico, Barbados, Puerto Rico,Jamaica, includes: includes South View Cemetery .C

Bermuda, Haiti, Nassau-Freeport and Grenada) this year the Dr. King's childhood home founded in 1886, where his t ,,
society is sponsoring a special tour group in conjunction with and the present home of Mrs. body is interred.Mr. ,
their membership to go along with them at their 1969 meeting. 0

Ebony's society editor Miss Gerri Major, who has been one 0
of their regular visitors is again invited to attend. o

If any of the readers of this column is Interested in makingthe and Mrs. Henry(Inez) McDuffle and children motoredto ..
trip by all means drop.the "column" a line or give us a Delray Beach last Saturday to attend the funeral of Henry's CS
call and we shall be most happy to furnish you the informa- sister Ella Lee Fuller. .

tion and reserve a space for you. Cyrus (Russ) Jollivette is home for a few days with his .....:
Incidentally, North's Travel Bureau of Miami is an affiliate family. Russ is a student at Roth Graduate School of Busi-

and Charlle'is the Treasurer.Editor aid publisher of the! Mi- ness, Long Island University. His fiancee, Lynda Perry is a t
ami Times H. E. S. Reeves isanhonorary member and has student at C. W. Post College of Long Island University and
only missed the meeting in Mexico when the organization was expects to graduate in June.

formed. IT'S A DATE: Sunday, October 27, Ebony Fashion Fair d

Mrs. Enid Reese has returned to the city "Fashion Freedom '68. PLAN NOW TO ATTEND.
after an extended vacation to Manhattan J. Dallas Robinson has Just completed a successful tour in

(where she celebrated her birthday), Brook- Texas as makeup artist for Flori Roberts cosmetics. Dallas

lyn to visit a cousin, Mrs. Louise Price, s (Cette Rosette) says Houston was an overwhelming success
Columbia andAllendaleS.C.andSavannah, and looks forward to similar trips to Memphis, Maryland and 0

Ga. to visit Dr. and Mrs. Phillip Cooper New York.

and Dorothy Wilson. Enid was one of two
employees at Burdine's Miami Beach storeto -- BY:

receive a thirty-five year pin.Congratu- M'.'Pr P"nt...

lations! iI....
A number of Miamians travelled to Key ENID
West to attend the funeral of Robert Whyms.Among the group

were Sylvia Dean, Ft. Lauderdale,Collean and Henry McKinney

Lucille Riou, John (Jack) Gibson, Jeannie Forbes, Lillian _
Jones, Alfred and Evelyn Gibson, Frances and Margaret a. -

Clark, lona Perry, Mary Ferrell, Rose Colson, Lenard Codero J' /
and David Harris.
Mrs. Enid Reese has returned to the city after an extended

vacation to Manhattan (where she celebrated her birthday),

Brooklyn to visit a cousin, Mrs. Louise Price, Columbia and !

Allendale, S. C., and Savannah, Ga. to visit Dr. and Mrs. J .
Phillip Cooper and Dorothy Wilson. Enid was one of two em- ;; 4If":' t tI
<) 1
ployees at Burdine's Miami Beach store to receive a thirty- r \. .... .';..... '',. I Crepe, Suzette?

five year pin. Congratulations! I .<. '.::p. .' ".. It's very In,
A number of Miamians traveled to Key West to attend the .
especially in a
funeral of Robert Whyms. Among the group were Sylvia Dean, t.f .,; .
Ft. Lauderdale, Collean and Henry McKinney, Lucille Riou, shirt with a long;

John (Jack) Gibson, Jennie Forbes, Lillian Jones, Alfred and IV long, long pointed

Evelyn Gibson ,Frances and Margaret Clarke, lona Perry, collar and pants witha
Mary Ferrell. Rose Colson LenardCodero and David Harris. wide flair.
Alexand MaryGaines motored to Tallahassee to visit heraunt, wide, ,

Mrs. Georgia Gardner and a week's vacation. 'tWDALLAS' Too many colors-

Get well wishes to Fritz Watkins, Opa-locka General; Se- black, beige, brown

ward Wiley who underwent surgery at Jackson; Louise John- purple, gray, yellow,
son and Agnes Smith, Jackson; Winifred Thompson, Pan
American; (Eye surgery); Charlotte Ellison, recuperating at white. Shirt, $12.
........ ..
home; James Reddick, South Miami, Clifford Bethel, at home < i I MMHMMIMMMMMHHMlWaMBD Pants, $16.

William Dean. Cedars.In CETTE ROSETTEinvite Sizes 6 to 14.
Miami for the funeral of Mrs. Laura Seymour were Sam- O.K., Suzette?
uel Livingstone, Jamaica, L. I. Rev. John Rolle, Constable
Willis Rolle, Rev. Deal Seymour, Mrs. Alma Farrington the lovely ladies of Miami celve complimentary make-

Daniel Sweeting, Mr. and Mrs. George Tinker, Mrs. Alma to "Let us work our magic up with the distinctive and Tremendous Sale Going On
Nairn, Nelson Stubbs, Mrs Vernetta Armbrister, Mrs Evelyn and bring out the beauty magnificent Flail Roberts T
Gibson and Jan of Nassau. that is during Melaln
yours our cosmetics.Complete Open 9-9
Jetting Into Miami for the funeral of Eddie Edwards were annual Week
Beauty Sept. beauty care, hair coloring
his and his wife Alfred and Willie Mae Edwards Decee ,
son 27 thru Oct. 5.
styling, cutting, permanents
and a niece, Irma Neely, Manhattan. To every lady who facials, manicuring, com, I .4
Jewish New Year services Monday marked the beginning visits our salon during plete wig service w L
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Holy Days. The solemn religious period will end with the observance -
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TH MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September, 1968 7
Rap Brown's c

: .

Trial Dec. 2

a wdl BEL AIR, Md. H, Rap
Brown, charged with arson and
inciting to riot In Cambridge in ;

the summer of 1967, Is to go
on trial Dec. 2 in Hartford

LINOTYPETHE County Circuit Court.

H. Douglas Chilcoat clerkof
LITTLE RED BOOK: Double baby-boy christenings the court, announced the
were .featured last Sunday ayem (but at different cathedrals) trial date and said it would bea
wnen me Wilired Edwards Barrys Sr(she's jury trial before Judge HarryE.

Vlctorus) presented their lad Wilfred Ed- Dyer Jr.
ward Barry Jr at Incarnation for baptismal The trial was ordered

blessings , And the Christopher John t transferred from Dorchester

Coles Sr (she's Garnell) presented their County to Harford July 17,
young' un little Christopher John Cole Jr Brown's lawyer objected and

during the St Agnes baptismal ceremonies 0 his petition to keep the trialIn

. Quite unique was the standing In God- Cambridge is pending in
father roles by each father to the other's U. S, District Court.Indictment r

kid.. Godparents for Wilfred Jr were Christopher of the Negro
cole Sr.,Herbert Edwards and Doro- -- militant grew out of fires and

thy Love . .Those standing for Chris Jr were Wilfred Barry shooting which broke out in the

Sr, Leon Williams and Berne Taylor-Tinker . A joint reception Negro district of Cambridgeafter
was held last Sunday at home of the Chris Coles. Brown addressed a
NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Clarence (Plank) Bain in town from
New York City to peek at his recently-arrived nephew Law- SUNLIGHT BEAUTY Performing Arts Society members of The Paul La Pierre School of

rence Townsend Jr ?Albert McCraney architect for Star CLUB'S CHATTERThis Musical Arts are presently preparing plans for their annual fall program, this

Etc Construction after (Bullding-Remodellng-Estlmates-Blue Prints- week we welcomethe one the 1968 Fall Concertto be held in the great supperclubThe Gigi Roomof
) a year of self-employment. . Lillian Thomas of
premature center at Jackson Memorial on a Nassau vacation new students who joinedus the Hotel Fontainebleau.The owners and directors of this hotel have been

. Houseguestlng with Dade-Junior College employee Mar- in preparing for an inter- kind enough to make these arrangements as such because of the requirementsof

Joni Albury for a week was Dorothy Myers of Detroit who plans esting career. Get well greet- the Society which are considered very exclusive. As usual for a concertof
ings to Miss W. M. Wimberly
operating a convalescent home here. this the dress is semi-formal and attendance is ,
who's confined to Jackson M. type, "by invitation only. f)

Hospital also to our Instructor Date: Sunday afternoon, 2 p.m., December 15.
WATER TAFFY: Essie Drayton,secretary of pedria-
trics at Jackson Memorial and Annie Hannah of the same division Mrs. D. Brown at home. -
On Friday we had our
out-of-service on vacation . In town last week for regu-
the George Tinker burial was former Nassau Progressive lar program; current event THANK YOUTo
hair styles and our round-
Liberal Party big-wig Sturgen Bethel now a Bahamian real table discussion. We dis- my lovely family dear
estater . And during Gaynell Gibson-Whyms'visit up from friends and Christian brothers
and the
cussed the teenager
Key West for the same burial from Transfiguration Sept 21 and sisters. I
community. "What can we as
the cousin of the widow was both shocked and stunned to re- I am not able to tell you with i
adult and parents do to better
ceive the news that her husband Mike had passed in the Island my own tongue how grateful I
City during her brief absence. prepare our young people fora
am for your faithfulness during -
changing society. Having
recent Illness and stayIn
some adults in our student
THE WEEK'S WASH: Frith Watkins rushed The Cedars of body, the discussion became w { the hospital. You were so
Lebanon 21 with kind and so loyal and for thatI
Sept slight hemhorrage . late Princess interesting as we tried to pin
Griffin's body shipped to hometown Cairo, Ga for burial point the gap between the teen- am truly thankful.thank you

. .Ifonza Bowers reports that Goode's New Lounge waitress ager and the community. One ,for your every thought; thank
Lean Hall's mother Mrs Janie Hall(after two major stomach fact we all agreed on was that you for your every visit;Indeed

operations in Mt Sinairemains seriously ill . Skid row the basic problem began in the I tha nk you for your every

mourning the sudden passing of Tip Top hotel manager felled home. Next week we will again Uk.1p prayer. Most of alllthankGod
by a heart attack last Tuesday. . Modern Theatre shuttered try to work on a project wherewe who made both you and all that

. Customers now labeling Island Citylounge"U ptlgh t as black and white Americans you have done possible. May i

i Lounge"SCRATCH 'can help to bring about a* his richest blessings. be with ..

generation that we can be you all.
MY BACK: Mrs Myrtle Taylor continues ill at proud of. P! : Maggie Dixon

Hialeah-Springs hospital . Ernestine (Baby Stine) Lynch- n______ }
Moss (accidently drowned while fishing) would have been 29 NORTHWESTERNCLASS ; ., tI'

years old Sept 22 Her husband Arthur Moss Jr died early .,
: "
., .
this year. They left three sons -- Keith Kevin and Derrick -- OF' 59 I r:, .':/ ill',:,'" ,::1 i'I"'" < ";
ably cared for by their paternal grandparents and aunt . All graduates of the class of ' .. .

City o f Miami patrolman Leon Williams (after 12 years in 1959 from Northwestern : ,; .: ,:.: : :
uniform) resigned from the department. He's one of Our Invited for a night of fun and \I I I
Town's finest lads. games-September 28th at I I
8:00: p.m. at the home of James I

STUFF AND SUCH:The Arthur(Lillie)Demos' lassie 8yearold Brown8930 N.W.8th Avenue
Avis mending at home after successful leg operation in Please come and bring

Variety Children's hospital. Mrs. Demp is a sister of Dave along friends. -- ..

(of Sam & Dave-platter pros) and a pre-mature center em- .
ployee at Jackson Memorial. .Shiftingin 2nd Gear: Franklin GwU7o u W_

Clark formerly. of Rainbow Park elementary replaces SUPPORT

Clifford Matthews as director of Primary 'C'for 5-year-olds Calvary Episcopal Church blue flowers and they carried

. Seymour and Mary Rice have another grand-- their 3rd YOUR C>f Charleston South Carolina mosegays of blue and white
... 2 at 7 lbs 41/2 ozs.
a boy tagged Vaslav JeromebornSept
vas the setting August 17 for carnations.
Their other two are girl twins. YMCA he marriage of Miriam Best man was Lawson -a Je'kn+l- ,+.., '"A-... ,

MIAMI MUSINGS: Flying the theme "Fashion Freedom of Louise Gibson and Albert Thomas Tallahassee Ever- Heroine Mary Wood the
Most Ancient Matron of
'68" into Dade County's audit Sunday afternoon (Oct 27) at Wesley Porter m The brides etteKentworth Kershawof King
5:00 Miami's Alpha Kappa Alpha will once again host its Ebony the daughter of Mr.Edward Washington, D. C. and Louis Edward Court No. 6, asking
the entire
Masonic fa
Fashion Fair -- an annual project of the Grecian Godesses HAIR DOESN'T GROW* Gibson, Sr. and Mrs. Oralee Blow of Tallahassee servedas rally,
also Pallbearers
the White
whose efforts "exceptional children among other Boone of Charleston. The ushers.GregoryWaddy, Lily -
DANDRUFF? to march from NW
things.: There will be about 10 classy lassies and a coupleor groom Is the son of Dr. and cousin of the bride served as ,
69th and 15th to 5770
St. Ave.
three well-groomed laddies strutting across the audi- ITCH* SCALP? Mrs Gilbert L. Porter of ring bearer.
NW 15th Ave. 29 at 1:30
torium's boards again and again on the night"Fair" hits Our Miami, Florida. Following the ceremony the
Dedication at 2:30
p.m. p.m.
Town These guys and dolls represent some of America'smost The Rev. Stephen. Mackey bride's family gave a recep- The public is Invited.
beautiful and bewitching and with Alice Harrison In U-KAIR solemnized the 5:30 p.m. tion at the Singing Club.Assis-
charge of local publicity she wants to herald this claim to all iouble-ring ceremony. ting were Mrs. Alethia Mc-

Miami and Dade county Ada Mae Deveaux,is chairman of activities Given in marriage by her Beth, Mrs. Sue Steed, Mrs. labassee, Mr. and Mrs. Ulys-
Stewart is basileus of AKA. and Daniel ses Jackson and family
and Rose father, the bride chose a for- Mary Deas Mr.
of Ga. Mrs. A. O.
Wright. Newnan,
mal length gown of Cbantille
CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: Service-of-Admission to the lace, fashioned with long lace The bride Is a graduate of Davis Mrs. Margaret 1

Daughters of te King (Episcopal) last Saturday by Fr H. A. mil* sleeves and featuring a chapel Dillard University of New Or- Knowles and son Hilton of st.I

Rantz of St Thomas Episcopal Church In South Miami saw length train. Her finger tipped leans, La. She currenUyat- Petersburg Miss Dorothy 1
these flaming femmes become"Daughters" in a colorful ceremony ORYQtIRUKAIR Illusion veil was attached to a tending the Atlanta University Nelson of Milton, Fla. Mrs. l
Artie Bell Ed- Wilbert R.Alexander of Ro-
: Freddie Mae Bethel Mildred Gillium [era of seeded pearls and flow- School of Social Work. I
wards and Cynthia Clark. . Samand Marian Neely's daughter irS and she carried cascade Mr. Porter is a graduate of chester New York. .

Donna and her heart-throb Howard became MR and MRS rf white roses centered with a Talladega College, Talladega,
after a St Ann's Episcopal welding Sept 21 In West Hollywood orsage.. Ala. He Is currently attending t
. candace Byrd-Gooden suffering'With arthritis In the hinds Miss Carol Fox of Vicks- Atlanta University School of TEETHINGMillions : ;,i

.. Mrs CountCatherlne)Basie wife of the ork leader threat- rargh, Mississippi was maid Business and is also employed PAIN ?

ened by the Black panthers . That's It brother,from your of: honor. Bridesmaids were as an Administrative
who knows everybody and everybody'sracket l 0J of Peln of
one-man-newspaper with the regional
Miss Paulette Jones of Mobile Analysist of mothers rely J
but who Is allways giving some poor sucker a breakl! -..ft? '{jfc'ay'ty..,'*a! Ala and Miss Brenda Chaplinof fice of the Shell Oil Companyin .. on Baby ORA-JCl liquid.
Charleston South Carolina Atlanta Georgia. '. I. Put on-paln's gone. ,
Recommended by many i
of Out-of-town guests Included
Miss Roaland Wearing pediatricians. Easy to
MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE Charleston was flower girl. Dr. and Mrs. Gilbert L. : use. Brings prolonged I
ARE TELLING YOU THEY Porter of Miami. Miss -t relief. Carries Good 1
MIAMI TIMES Add The attendants wore floor Housekeeping warranty "
Laurestlne Porter ofQulntoo -
WITHY Ut A-liaegoTBSofblue E. e It seal.Ask pharmacist for
accented with lace ..... BABY '
atist crepe )
frjET ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE. nitsweri 'A. J. Joaes .and con Michael -::=-
1k their: the finger tipped ,
i : PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM attached to a cluster ol Mr. Clarence Williams of Tal- ara.JeI'I I

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8 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 27, 1968

I Tams Manager "Pope" DynamicSeldom "Soul' TV Musical Special To Showcase

mentioned. In tbO Otis' vigorous efforts and exhaustion and frustration can Contemporary Music & Humor
career of the recording artis impelling force to further the be evaluated only by the thun-
is the tenatious,exhaustible of: Tams overall success has reflected derous applause the Tarns are ) ,
forts of the unseen individual and motivated the en- met with when taking the stage "Soul," a full-hour musical Rawls; Martha Reeves and the as director Style of the show
tire organization to follow and the fact that this has made variety special featuring an Vandellas; Joe Tex; The with comedy sketches, one.
suit.Otis him one of the most respected the Chambers Brothers ; Hines, line gags and blackouts will
who play an Indispensable part all-Negro cast showcasing be
in the shaping and directing of who is never seen on managers in the business. contemporary music and hu- H i n e s and Dad; Leroy similar to Rowan and
stage with the Tarns and is all Mar ti 's
"Sloppy" Daniels, and H. B. n Laugh-In"
the artist, towards his suc- but outside of the mor of the American Negro, which
anonymous, JobmobileLocations and his Orchestra. Schlatter and
Barnum Friendly
the NBC
cessful achievements. will be colorcast on produce -
business end, is the mecha-
Thursday Special guests include George NBC-TV. The
Television Network main
nism and drive that directs the
Such an individual Otis Oct. 17 ((8:30-9:30: p.m.; pre- KIrby, Redd Foxx Slappy difference is that the special
Pope, the dynamic managerfor organization.His This is where the Jobmobile empting "Ironside") it was White and Nipsey Russell. A will concentrate more on
is an 18 hour a day 7 daya
ABC records star record- is: announced today by Herb new singing group called The musical numbers.
ing artists the Tarns. week schedule, sick or well Monday, Sept. 30, 7:30 a.m. Schlosser, vice president in Soul Sisters will be introduced Writers for "Soul" are
encompasses every- to Grand Ave. and drawn
4:30 p.m. from the
on the special. Watts
charge of and talent, Writers
Otis Is virtually a 37 year thing from bookings to trans- Road Coconut Grove. programs
Douglas West Coast NBC-TV net- "Soul" is being produced by Group In Los Angeles.
old human dynamo whose position portation and then some.A Tuesday, Oct. 1 Friday, work. George Schlatter-Ed Friendly include Digby Wolfe, Cal They WU-
demands that his physical Oct. 4, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Productions with Schlatteras son, Larry L. Reed Jr and
and mental abilities far exceed day in the life of Otis Pope NW 7th Avenue and 58th St. The program stars Lou producer and Mark Warren Jeanne A. Taylor.
that of the average individual. which is virtually filled with (Shells City).

FOREIGN VETERANSOF WAR :-- ; frr1 i I () \'f. --The Continental Club

6000 NW 7 Ave
The Veteran Administration
encourages veterans to make
1 Fri. Sat.
use of their vocational train- -
ing benefits. All veterans DORIS '

honorable dischraged since 1 W. "t
January 31,1955 are eligiblefor DAY Sa
training under the new
G.I. Bill. If youare interestedin
learing about your abilities,
interests and the implicationsthen ROBERT
have for your vocational Q
future Please contact the V.
A. Office 51 S.W. 1st Avenue MORSE
Room 100.
Bob Brackman Past Dept. t."i.
Commander will enter the ,,, r:'
Homestead Air Force Hospital
Senior Vice Commander Post 1:45& 11:00 ;t "
471 Dominick Cirone passed ;
".... .
away in the V.A. Hospital
.1 s s
Dames Commander and several Brown auxiliary,Gibson !/ \. v. : .,

members of 5693 attended r JPANAVISIONjnj "

Rosary along withDade County / METROCOLOR \ .
Guard of Honor September 15,

1968.District Jamboree will beheld : !'

at Post 471 TTyi
11 a.m. until. Everyone is ;

la urged to attend and help our j -

sisters. The evening will end : "r >.
with a Hoe Down Dance with
live music.
Milfred J. McKenzie reporter ...... ........, -


Friday, September 20th at TEENAGE MATINEE
Lorah Park School, 5160N.W. ':A SUN. 4 1:30 P. M.
31st' Avenue when the "Duke" ;
accepted an invitation to spend o ;,.w PARAMOUNT PICTURES Ma NDOcuMINTO :
flU11'tIOOuCT1OIIProduc. "
the afternoon with the child e ..." GIANNI HECHT LUCARI 7 : WEDNESDAY. OCT. 2nd

ren.Duke Ellington, renowned ,,'
Jazz pianist, was Invited to initiate n. /'C'' .. '1.\
k': I. ;;P oyCao
a unit of "Negro ,f (::..-{
American Heritage". Education The
is wonderful, he exclaimed PItlUJW
"the way to get it is
by being attentive here". ReflectionsRevue
m c* &w ;pcr $11
These were his words of advice -
to the students who
gathered in the specially programmed -
Multi-Sensory a
Laboratory" for all intermediate 1
H is presentation Included a
medley of music composed by : :
the "Duke". "Satin Doll",
"Mood Indigo", and others.





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IhI EYUYrriEti.t JUST 750


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 27, 1968 9

Project Hope Launched For Primary"C" HonoredMrs. School

Delinquent GirlsThe A. Paschal

Central Section of Na- The objectives of Project (4)) Environment stimula- On Tuesday morning, Sept.
ll .4 tional :Council of Negro Wo- Hope are to provide: tion: Provided in an atmosphere 19, the faculty and pupils at
V BY DAVE BONDU r men, Inc., launches the first Healthy attitudescon- of dignity for our young Primary School "C" paidtri-
1 project: Hope for delinquent cernng themselves: as a result Negro females through activi- bute to their former Assistant
Negro girls in Dade County. of sound guidance and motivation ties which offer hope-accep- Principal, Mrs. Agenoria S.
By CHARLES B. NEWTON Pinch hitting The' project is dedicated to the spiritually, sociologically tance belief and the desire to Paschal Mrs. Paschal wrote
!provision of Big Sisters, on a and mentally. improve,their present situa- the proposal for the school.
JUVENILE DELICUENCY one to one relationship for (2) Opportunty Awareness: When the proposal was sub-

A delinquent child is the failure of about two dozen !each participant, in an effortto Directed through the presen- tion.The Initials of the objectives mitted to Washington, it was
ups, only two of whom are his parents. Until youth learns grown-to motivate these youth toward tation of helpful informationfrom reiterate the word HOPE judged the best In the nation
know, respect, and obey the teachings of Almight God.we can !acquiring the essentials for Informed sources at all which we believe these youth by the subcommittee on Edu-
never expect them to obey civil law or laws of society. The I productive futures In our com- levels of government and com need. cation of the Committee on Labor -
failure of America lies in the minds of the children of plex society. munity. Thus providing know- and Public WelfareUnitedStates
What our children are taught to believe, the ideas,they for It is envisioned that each ledge for the future self-sup The Central section was Senate, and was therefore -
late as to what constitutes good government, successful busi-- !participant will renew their port and financial independency fortunate in receiving the cooperation approved and federal
ness dealings, and proper personal behavior,will be the ideas confidence in our society regardless of Mr. Jack Rich- funds were allocated for the
,upon which our nation will be governed in years to come. The of previous unfortunate ((3) Personal improvement: ardson, of the Dade County Juvenile organization of the school.
examples we set for the younger generation are all Important. circumstances or phil- Motivated through the accep- Department, and staff Mrs. Paschal served as assistant -
As the future guardians of the nation our children are our osophies and accept the chal- tance of self in a more wholesome supervisors, Mrs. Lillian principal of Primary
precious posessions. If we show them that power, wealth lange to become productive (Big Sister) framework Sands and Mrs. Voshti Am- School "C" until her promo-
know, respect, and obey the teachings of Almighty God, we can, !citizens enhancing their com- Utilizing all sound avenues brister ; technical advisorsare tion to Principal of Lillie C.
Evans Elem. School in
tlon we alone are to blame.Juvenile delinquency Is best cured munity. possible by the Big Sisters. Mrs. Gracie Miller, Mrs. August.
She was welcomed by the new
Eliz Moore and {
by first removing adult Mrs. Evelyn
delinquency as In the case of any Assistant
Principal Mrs.
disease we must remove the cause. Wright, experienced social ,
Many parents who live blameless lives do not understand workers in Dade County. Mattie H. Blake.
why their children should not follow their examples but The children expressed
must The Big Sisters are Mrs. their appreciation to Mrs.
remember that our children learn and Influenced
by Debris Cam, Mrs. Ester Paschal for her love
the behavior of all the rest of the world outside their own untiring
Boston, Miss Albertha Rolle, devotion and dedication to
homes. That Is why we cannot afford to allow rackeeters
gangsterism crime Mrs. Mary Brant, Mrs.Nellie them and their school. They
corruption to
flourish It Is
our busi- Eady, Mrs. Juanita Rhodes
ness to "mind the other fellows business"when he endangers sang, danced, dedicated origi-
Mrs. Catherine Hepburn,Mrs. nal choral readings and play
good of the community or the nation.The best ,
way we can Margaret Roberts, Miss Rosetta ed the bells for her.
guard future of American is guide the thoughts of our child-
1 t xro e Samples, Mrs. June Miller .
ren now by wiping out crime among ourselves.Why do our kids and Mrs. Jan Barrett. Mr Paschal was also pre-
break the law? They see adults doing it,and getting away with sented a beautiful Plaque from
it. We don't need to waste our time wringing our hands In hor- The Centralsectionbopesto the school. The presentationwas
ror over the "going-on" of our youth when we proudly boast continue this project for as made by Mr. Erwin B.
how we "fooled the cop," "talkedhimoutof a ticket," "slip long as there is a need for Marshall, project manager of
ped one over on the Income tax department" or "took advan- community service of this na- Primary School "C" The inscription -
tage of a legal loophole." Little pitchers still have big ears, On To New York City ture. on the plaque reads:
and many a youngster gets his attitude about disrespect for To Mrs. Agenoria S. Paschalfor
law right in his own home or from some adult he admires. Milton Campbell youthful winner of the Stars Over Miami I 'i' meritoriousleadership
Show at Miami Stadium last month and Sir John Henry (J. Mc- services as assistant princi-
Arthur), who coaches Milton, will tape a show October 10 in pal of Primary School "C"

There are many ways to kill a man. Guns aren't the only New York City. Sharing in the honorarywere
way, people can be killed psychologically and murdered spiri The show will be aired nationally Oct. 27 on the Ted Mack "'-K* A* DOUBLE ACTION Mrs. Thena C.Crowder,
tually. Triggers can be pulled in many ways.Triggers of hate Amateur Show. Have your postcards ready sowe can come up LOKttftHIUKIU2WttSESKMIIiniCE principal of Holmes Elemen-
are pulled every minute of every day of the year. The teacher with another victory. Headquarters Milton's Activities are Y ) tary School, and several parents -
who brings a Negro child to believe that he really can't learn at Tropical Records, 4950 NW 7th Avenue .
anything kills that child as surely if she pulled a trigger on
a gun. The landlord who charges exorbitant rents for rat Infested I'v' 1
hovels kills his tenants as surely as if he fired a gun at f *& I

them. The storekeeper who charges bighprices for yesterdays Immediate Openings Excellent Earnings Opportunities
bread kills his customers every day. The employer who won't
hire Negroes, and the union leader who keeps Negroes out of
his trade kill people every bit as much as if they fired a gun.
Earn Minimum $7,174 Per Year


quality of hopefulness is Inherent In any understanding of
brotherhood. Brotherhood is net pretending that this Is an easy
kind of world. No one who has worked at creating understanding MTA BUS OPERATORS
has ever found it easy. Hope stops to listen, certain that
in the midst of all the voices of hatred, there is still some-
thing that can be heard that can lead to Hope
peace. is the basis
of brotherhood because It gives us a faith in what we can do as
persons, and a belief in what we can be. It takes hope to rear a (AVERAGE 44-HOUR WORK WEEK)
child, to keep love and understanding in a home, to cook a mealor
create something of beauty. It takes hope to work for a so-
lution of an illness in the body or an illness in the neighbor- Starting Base Rate $2.61 Per Hour
hood. It takes hope to stand against ignorance in a child or
ignorance fna city. The hopeful people of our world give hope
for the world of brotherhood. After First Six Months $2.74 Per Hour

QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Don't be surprised if Tom
Washington, the radio commentator and insurance man,takes
over the operation of the Bon Marche Cleaners that was loot- After 12 Months $2.88 Per Hour

ed during the riot . Three local Negro grocers have band-
ed together and bought out Sampson's Market, another loot
victim of the riot ...Joe's Seymour Market at 13th and 62nd,
and J & J DrugStore have reopened for business . It seems Plus Many Cash AllowancesOVERTIME
that everyone forgets about voter registration except Charlie
Hadley. Last week when the books were in the neighborhood
precincts Charlie was busy as a bee putting out literature and
taking people to the precincts to register. Keep up the good $15.00 CASH UNIFORM ALLOWANCE EACH YEAR

work Charlie . The Metro Commission has expanded the TEN (10) PAID HOLIDAYS EACH YEAR
zoning appeal and personnel advisory boards to nine members,
to give new commissioners Earl Carroll and Ben Shepard a ..
chance to appoint members . A group of black Miamiansare TWO ((2)) WEEKS PAID VACATION '

getting ready to jump Dolphins owner Joe Robbie about his TRAVEL, REPORT AND TURN-IN TIME ALLOWANCES "
near a 11- white football team, and his completelyall-white.:
cheerleaders and Dolphins Dolls. And we thought this guyhad
problems enough . A group of FAMU grads are looking GROUP HOSPITALIZATION WITH MAJOR MEDICAL .. ,
Into a charter plane Instead of the usual charter bus for their LONGEVITY AND PENSION PROGRAMS
periodic junkets to follow their Rattlers.





The STVc-ES Very Latest FOR In Men's ALL AGES Fashions Apply Now $15 Training Pay Per Day




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10 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 27, 1968 I

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I !. ,J?, l The Scene With J Miami Youth : j : }.: I

--". .

..:: : -I IIi l Talented Teen

The I

I; : ; Enters Collegepopular

EIVery ; I
HappeningBy and active in many the La Ronde Room of the Fon-
social and religious activities, tainebleau Hotel. Selections
Sonya Nadine, daughter of Mr. which displayed her colora
Garth C. Reeves, Jr. and Mrs Charles Bethel of tura voice included "pace,

1375 N.W. 50th Street, leavesthe Pace, Mio Dio" from "La
few happenings occurred this past week outside the 1 local to mitericulate at Forza Del Destino," "The Bell

football games between the local high schools.Among them, the R Fisk University. Song" from "Lakme' "Caro
Miami Northwestern Bulls beat the Miami Central Rockets by A 1968 honor graduate of Nome from "Rigoletto" and
a mere margin of six points. I'm surea large majority of the "'-, Miami Jackson High School "Un Bel Di Vendremo" from

spectators expected to see a rally of some sort performed by I where she became a memberof "Madam Butterfly".
the Bulls because of an anticipated two touchdown margin at (
.,. the National Honor Society
The Deb
the least. When the clock ran out, the enthusiastic crowd that r Science and Math Honor graciously greeted
'' her
poured into the stadium two hours and twenty minutes earlier guests wearing white formal -
i ...., Society, President of the
left as surprised Rockets, happy Bulls,a disgusted team and a ,X',, Spanish National Honor attire which was ex-
mass of disappointed neutrals who had been terribly letdown. ;t changed for other outfits dur-
: :. .' Society, Vlce-President of the
The ing the concert. An
Jackson aunthen-
Generals did what was expected of them. Inter-Club Council, member
They celebrated a well earned victory leaving no dispute as to \ /, ",. of the Pep Club and Student for tic Chinese the Butter Kimono was used
who outplayed who. They souped up a sum of 24 points to Coral ': t2. Council Cabinet. performance
Parks 15. ;J ;

The shock which was no shock took place at the Orange Bowlon She excelled in Music as ;:: '
Thursday night when Tiaz Powell's Mays High Rams wal- ,j,><'w!" well as being a Runner-up in r
lopped the Miami ; : the Tenth Annual Silver Knight
High Stingarees by a score of 147. Few ; ,.
people under-estimated Carver's ,. .'J_ Awards competition in the
gift to Mays, and those who .'\, "z;
did, never no more. '; '.: L Lso category of English and
* * * * * * 'i ( Literature. Sonya was also a

Among the few parties the past week was a sweet sixteen < .,., .'.1'! J ,: Finalist in the National A-
duet celebration. The party was thrown in honor of Yvonne
Smith and Katherine Way,both Juniors at Miami Northwestern. : c Sato of tie Week gram, is cited in Who's Who
The setting was at Bonded Rental Agency on last Friday night; Among American High School
attire semiformal. The food was superb, which is no surprise Our soul sister of the week is Gwendolyn Sanders, Students and bowed at the a
knowing the parents of these two girls. There were pounds of daughter of Mr.and Mrs.Jacob Sanders of 921 NW 75th Eighteenth Annual Debutante
roast turkey and birthday cake to choose from. Street. Gwen is a junior at Miami Central where she is Collition presented by Delta
Some of the swingers on hand were Rosalyn Johnson, joe a cheerleader; the first black in the history of the Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
Thomas, Cassandra calloway, Anthony Humes,Yvonne Evans, school. She is also active in the Student Council, the
Earl Johnson, Beverly Champion, Dwight Coleman, Barbara GAA and the Sorota Service Club. Gwen's hoppy is During the spring the Paul
Sorey, Lotten and a host of others. meeting people. She would like to attend Howard Uni- La Pierre School of Musical f Ja
Arts, an Outgrowth of Juliard
Happy birthday wishes to Cleo Jolllvette, a sophomore at versity and study Nursing.. . .
Notredame Academy. Cleo celebrated her fifteenth birthday . .. r School of Music, presented SONYA NADINE BETHEL
last Monday. Sonya in a musical Debut in

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This week brothers and sisters, I am going to share with
you one ota series of tests which will determine just how much ; '" I Miami AJC Ask

soul you really have regardless of how hip you think you are. "
Test yourself and see. 4 ,
;' (" ': End of Bigotry
'''' '
!** ,SOUL TEST "w* .. .. 9k
1. The term "blood" refers to; (a) another black, (b) "
brothers, (c) kinfolk, (d) all non-whites. .J. Symbols
2. Bo-Diddley is a: (a) folksingerb) comedian, (c)
blues singer, (d) black power advocate. Dr. Joseph R. Narot,presi-
3. The term "Black power" was first stated by: (a) dent of the Greater Miami

Stokely Carmichael, (b) Whitney Young, (c) Rap Chapter, American Jewish
Brown, (d) A. Phillip Randolph. Committee, has called upon
4. Benjamin Banneker invented the first: (a)Jet engine, the School Board of Dade
(b) corn husker, (c) alarm clock,(d)outboard motor. . I W w County to eliminate the use of
5. "Chitlins" are; (a) pork, (b) beef, (c) lamb, (d) fowl z symbols which signify bigotryin
6. Johnny Cakes are: (a) muffins, (b) corn bread, (c) y county schools at its meet-
whole wheat bread, (d) cookies. j 4 I n F ing to consider the South Dade
7. Elijah Muhammad is the founder otaAfroAmeri-: 4 .k High School dispute.
can, (b) Black Nationalist, (c) Muslims, (d) Right f The text of Dr.Narot's tele-
Guards. grams to Dr. Edward Whig-
8. "Patty" is a term used for:(a)whites, (b) policemen, 1 1c ham, superintendent and C.T.
( ) Africans, (d) slum dwellers. McCrimmon, school board
9. "Fox" means: (a) a black baby, (b) a beautiful girl, < chairman was as follows:
(c) a Thunderbird car, (d) a black gangster. 1 "The Greater Miami Chap-
-10. A Shaught is a: (a) car, (b) trip, (c) suit of clothing, ter of the American Jewish
(A\ college: erraduata. -, Committee urges the Board
-11. j: vine is a: (a) sweater, (pair of purple socks, (c) and Administration give appropriate -

suit of clothing, (d) Cashmere overcoat. The CocaCola Bottling Company of Coral Gables, one of the seven plant leadership to Dade
-12. A hog and a duece and a quarter are names used for: operations of the Miami franchise, sponsored another of its fall schedule County youth by pointing out
(a) women's clothing, (b) automobiles, (c) gang Record Hops Friday September 20 of inequities of majority rule in
Washington Carver Junior which
leaders, (d) slum dwellings. School. High perpetuating symbols
-13. "Tied back" means; (a) dressed in work clothing, Some 750 students attended enjoying such treats as free Coca-Cola, can be interpreted as bigotedand
(b) immaculately dressed, (c) dressed casually door prizes and WAME's popular Nickie Lee. discriminatory.We .
_14. A "Cut" is a*, (dress suit, (b) long-playing album, call, upon you to act in

(c) lady's dress, (d) Soul newspaper Featured in the above photo are from (left accordance with yournrespon-
-15. To "grease" means to:(a)bathe in bath oil, (b) eat a Harrington and Delores Coats all to right) Joseph Bruton, Allen sible office to preserve cons-
meal, (c) rub down in lotion, (d) brush hair. Lee and prize winners. Also included are Nickie titutional freedoms of all individuals -

The answers will appear in next week's Happening Later, Fleetwood Price, sales and marketing representative of the Coca- by selection of symbols -
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Paul Brown Named Executive Director of '

fAMU President 'If

Wants School Kept BlackFlorida Market DevelopersATLANTA "\

I Ga. PaulE. until a permanent location is
0 A& M University 1< X. Brown, sales and mar- voted upon by the total mem-
should be preserved as a ."'", ,<'!.p jJI ,.. keting representative for The bership NAMD,according
black university to serve as a :,:( 'j
success symbol for the Negro, / : : Company, and president of the 1 Brown has served as presi-
according to its new president, Atlanta Chapter of the National dent of the Atlanta Chapter
Dr. Benjamin L. Perry Jr.,' Association of Market Developers Y since it was chartered in 1964,

son of Eatonville's first major."I f c 3 r (NAMDOwasap- ,.F while serving on the national
pointed Executive Director of Board of Directors at the
feel itAM) should NAMD by Charles Boone, national same time.
maintain its Integrity, president, effective He joined the Atlanta Coca-
automony and Independence as .t' Sept. I, 1968. Cola Bottling Company in
a symbol of pride and a sourceof In the same executive mem- 1962, after serving 51/2 yearsas
leadership a sucess : orandum, president Boone an- news director Atlanta's
symbol for the black man,"as I nounced that the national headquarters Radio Station WAOK. During
new president of the school. I d of NAMD will be located span of seven years, Brown

The 50-year-old educator, i temporarily in Atlanta, I was director of the Georgia office -
who turned from poultry Georgia, under the official ad- of The Pittsburgh Courier
marketing as a young man to dress of National Associationof 201 Ashby St., NW 30314. The Newspaper and on the staff of
follow the footsteps of his tea Market Developers, Inc., office will remain in Atlanta Station WE RD.

cher parents, said the de-

segreation process has too Odell Inc. Attracts Top Negro \
often brought with it the"em- I

asculation of Negro leader- Management Talent
ship," and has resulted in Negro ;
leaders being "relegatedto New u York--0dell, Inc., a ,
subersvient positions." rapid 1 y growing diversified ,I
public firm, finds that its subsidiaries ,
Negroes should be allowedto ,
are attracting top
go toother state universi-
Negro managementpersonnel,
ties said and also indicated
Perry -
according to Hal A, Salzaman
no barrier should be Chairman of the Board. \
placed against white people at Two of the most recent executives -
A&M. Ten per cent of the staff to join the Odell
is already white, he pointedout.
family complex are Charles
Stone (right), and Bill Smith,
Perry, who has seen MM to(left).
weather the boycotts and unrest FAMU'S NEW PRESIDENT Stone is Technical Directorat r>Y '
over integration in the Dr. Benjamin L. Perry Jr., newly appointedsixth Apex/Trol, Inc., Carlstadt,
mid50's and witnessed the N.J., an Odell subsidiary producing /
president of Florida i A&M University, his ,
unrest there after Martin and extensive line of I,
Luther King's slaying last wife, Helen, and hislO-year-old daughter, Kimberlywanted 'cosmetics and toiletries.

spring which came from "an- Smith, 33, is Chief Designerat
ger and frustration," said he him to be a businessman while still working on a doc- Odell's Richelieu Corporation more, Chicago, and New York. of Smith -st. Jacques.
had no misgivings about unrest instead of a teacher. torate degree in land eco- here in New York City,one He has laso participated in He has won national and in-
on the campus this com- But World Warn interfered. nomics at Cornell University. of the nation's leading fashion radio self- improvement ternationalawardsforjewelry
ing year. The family's chicken farm By 1955 he was named dean of and jewelry accessories pro- shows in Philadelphia for designs and concepts
was condemned by the government students and had risen to the ducers. young men. including three at the Great
"I only hope students feel of dean of Stone who is 39 Smith attended
for Dale Mabry Field post administrationlast and holdsa Indiana Uni- Designs in Jewelry last year
they can communicate their and Perry went back to schoolat fall, months before Gore BS degree in Chemistry from versity and formerly operatedhis some of his works were pub-
problems" and grievances to Iowa University for a mas- resigned.His Temple University, has lec- own costume jewelry and licized in a recent issue of
us, he said. ters degree in land economics.Ten knowledge as an ed- tured. in cosmetology in Balti designing firm under the name Look Magazine.

He also indicated he beJ days after he received his ucator sent him abroad'- for twoyearsto -- .
lleves in students participation degree, he was drafted into the Nigeria In 196264as
in administration and army. Fifty-two months later a member of Michigan Uni
university affairs, but not stu- he was discharged as a first versity's contract team,one of For Complete Funeral Services
dent control. lieutenant American and European -
educator teams called on
Perry will assume his new "I then decided to go whatI by Nigeria then bailed as A- Call the
duties Monday, replacing Dr. could do best teach, he said. frica's outstanding example
George W. Gore (resigned.) He first joined the A&M faculty bo budding democracy-help
in 1950 as dean of men it establish ib university..
But, neither Perry nor his MankerMibonFuneral
and as an economics professor -Orlando Sentinel s
name are new to the A&M faculty -
roster His Alabama-
born father, who also taught
agriculture at Eatonville'sformer PMOTKCY YOUR FURNITURE
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farm outside Tallahassee and
taught the better part of 28

years on the A&M staff. Per- I CRYSTAL MIAVT .AU ClIAt. .1 Y
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teacher. rout

Perry was born in Eaton- NA'- iAn
yule in 1918 but moved away "TI"NNN SNIP ANN TNL S+ 1 T e ( dfR
when he was three. He was "InPSNI e
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ned to go into business.In SLIP COVERS NI NT gee
fact, he already had House ol Gretchen
started a profittable truck garden -

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fore he finished school,work-
Ing with his father who had:
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William Manker, funeral director; Edward Thompson, auto supervisor.Not .

shown are Sherman Milton, funeral director; Yvonne Bryant and

. Sr :vx s.4Cy+- :'rfr{ }!yr! k'' r J r Mary Hill, lady attendants; Paul Lovette and Willie Williams, ser-

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 27, 1968 13 .'

; );, !,<;' 1,, iY. -r:' " ) ','f : x da Abernathy Leads Striking Workers j

,,. r S To Victory In AtlantaATLANTA i

Ga.-Dr.Ralph persons were arrested for parts,of the country, as a ma-
David Abernathy, president of blocking garbage collection jor phase in the continuingPoor
+ trucks which used to try People's Campaign.
h rI the Southern Christian Lead- were
I to break the strike. It was the
ership Conference (SCLC), Dr. Abernathy praised the
II i announced a victory for more SCLC President's 21st timein workers clergymen, political
than 1,000 striking workers Jail for human rights. leaders and' the entire black
I employed by the city of At- Others arrested Included community in Atlanta for their
SCLC Board Chairman Dr.
support of the strike."This Is
Dr. Abernathy had led the Joseph Echols Lowery, SCLC a victory for all poor people,"
:city's sanitation,sewage,water Executive Vice president Rev. he said, "and it shows how we
i and construction workers-- Andrew J. Young, and Hosea can organize bring power
mostly black men.- In a ten- Williams SCLC Director and pressure to bear on this
day walkout until Mayor Ivan of Voter Registration who was nation's discredited economicand
Allen Jr. and Board of Alder- in charge of direct action in the political structure whichis

men reversed their stand and Atlanta strike. oppressing 50 million poorAmericans.'r
agreed to a 13 per cent pay increase The settlement marked another -
starting Jan. 1, back victory for SCLC in its \
,pay for the strike period, and drive to organize poor work- The strikers in Atlanta were
--reforms in working condi- ers and win better way of life represented by the American

Women of Russia Hoste e0Mayme E. tions. for them.The first victory came I Federation of State, Countyand <
I The strikers were pro- last April in Memphis, whereDr. Municipal Employes
testing against traditional low Martin Luther King Jr., (AFL-CIO), which has already
Williams Following Meeting In DenmarkFollowing pay and exploitation of black founding president of SCLC, worked with SCLC in strikesat
workers in the South. An At- was assassinated while lead- Me mph i s St.Petersburg,
an informativeand car in the Soviet Union,and en- they exchanged cordial greet- lanta trash collector, for example ing a two-month strike of gar- Fla., and other cities. The international -
inspirational meetingof Joyed visiting in the homes and ings. At all times Mrs. Wil- was being paidastarting bage workers. Since then union gave SCLC
the Women's International observing the Industrial,tech- liams' reports that "the exe- salary of less than$70 per SCLC has been active In workIng and the workers its full sup
League for Peace and Free- nical and educational progressof cutive board members who week before taxes. Hundredsof with poor workers in many port in Atlanta.

dom at Lake Erie College, their land," said Mrs.Williams were special guests of the women the Atlanta strikers had
Painesville, Ohio USA, June Especially impressivefor of Russia were accorded been working for the city for ZIGZAGSEWING
28 July 2, Mrs. Mayme E. Mrs. Williams were "the outstanding courtesies and ac- many years but were still inking ) I Ii II
Williams, an elected delegateto talks with women and young colades. They looked upon home as little as $65 per MACHINES CLEARANCE 5 year guarantee I

the 17th International Con- people and sharing their cul- them as harbingers of Peace." week for their families.In Slightly Scratched] JD
gress of WILPF, attended the tural activities. "She also observed addition to the pay raises,
tri-ennial meeting In Nyborg the nationalistic spiritof Mrs. Williams was the only the workers won a concessionby $ IB88CALL -
Strand, Denmark August the people of Russia, and citizen of "color" from the the city to find a way of end-
18-24. the cleanliness of their homes United States participating in ing a wage scale that requiresa TODAY i i
Challenging working Com- and streets. the tour. Except for the Afri- garbage collector to wait five 685-7564 '
missions and Inspiring and informative WILPF was founded in 1915 cans attending the Universityof years before he is considered I II I
We Deliver
Plenary sessions by Jane Addams (Founder of Moscow, she Indicated that capable of hauling garbage and j 4,
emphasized the international Hull House). The late Dr. Mar- she was unable to identify racially therefore eligible for the pay Sewing
theme; "Peace and Freedom; tin Luther King,Jr.,was spon- with others she met. rate in his position. The city ABC Center '
Rights and Responsibilities." sor of this organization; and, However, everyone was gra- also agreed to upgrade oppor- ; ;#
There were delegates from Mrs. Coretta King is still a cious and full of questions tunities and promotions within '
five continents and from sponsor and member. about life in the United States the Public Works Department. 12910 NW ,, a"'
crises areas. The final ses- While in Russia, Mrs. Williams She is, now,an honorary member Dr. Abernathy led promi- 7th Avenue BRAND NEW
sion in Denmark considered was surprised to find of the Sputnik Club of a nent Atlanta clergymen, civil Miami tc1t 1968 PORTABLES I
"New Roles for Women Work- Dr. Henry King Stanford, who secondary school in Kiev,Uk- rights leaders and workers in
ing for Peace and Freedom at was a member of a special raine, U.S.S.R. Mrs.Williamsis daily picketing and mass EASY TERMS
the Turn of the Century." delegation visiting Russia assistant principal for gui- rallies during the strike. TRADES ACCEPTEDAll
While attending the confer- from the United States.As fellow dance at Booker T. Washington $ On Sept. 10,1968,he and 116 Credit Cards and Charge Plates Accepted

s<, ence in Denmark, Mrs. Wil- Miamians end educators< Jr. High School .. J
liams said"there was time for ,r-
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headquarters for WILPF in measure. Alterations fast 0 p NAHOMAL SAM
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September Zl, 1968 15 Ii.

Plays From .Africa To Be PublishedSix f.. i.t t.

plays from modern Africa elements, against the inexpli rect link to the oral literature I II
all written, originally In cable and mysterious powers tradition, is perhaps the 1
English, by Negro authors, In the universe, the against most suitable form literary
will be published by Hill corruption among his fellow expression for. the African
& Wang on October 17. The man. These concernsof writer.

volume, edited by Fredric M. course, are not merely Afri The plays included in the ,
Litto, was for m e d with the can. And these plays,speaking volume are; The Rhythm of YY {
double Intention of Introducing across national and natural Violence by Lewis Nkosi;Song
the American public to the boundaries, tell us something of a Goat by John Pepper
most Interesting dramatic of what It is to be human." Clark; the Rain-Killers by

writing In Africa today and of More writing for the theatre Alfred Hutchinson; Edufa by ,." .
providing American theatre is bound to come from Africain Efua T. Sutherland; The : L +
companies with stageable the years ahead; and as Jewels of the Shrine by James tlr

African plays that can be others have intimated, the Ene Henshaw; The Literary ./. \ .i c t ,
readily understood by American drama, because it offers a di Society by Henry Ofori. :
In his Introduction, Fredric COME IN TODAYI
Litto states, "There are seri-
ous and comic plays, full- CAPS AND GOWNS FURNISHED a :
length and one-act plays. In
subject J matter, have attempted TASSELS OF ALL SCHOOL COLORS T _. .. _..........._' '. .
to choose plays whichin Metro Commissioners Thomas O'Malley (left) and Earl Carroll (right)

part represent the concernsof present the Dade County key to Captain Tommy D. Gregory, USMC, in welcoming 1- ..
modern Africans: the prob- him to Greater Miami.Capt. Gregory is in charge of U.S. Marine Corps,
lems of the 'transitional'
son torn between the differing per- Johnson of Miami officer selection in seven states. From his office in Atlanta, Gregory travelsto

values of the traditional tribal inform graduates and undergraduates of the opportunities awaiting them in

society and the modern Industrialized J the Corps. Miami-Metro Department of Publicity Photo.
world; the mixed
blessing of the presence of the
white man In Africa; and the 1186 NW 38tti St. 635-4741 I
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I I Director Shuffles Top Poverty Personnel P nuvmoi J.MODEL .

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Mrs. Marie S. Carl, Execu- -: School in 1965; Miami Dade Currently serving as Multi- I
tive Director of the Economic .' Junior College for Sensitivity Services NeighborhoodCenter
Opportunity Program, Inc., of "I"t.': -:. '. ..' :{ Training in 1968; and the Director In the Liberty City
Dade County announced Wed- 1 1t School for Radio and Television area, Mr. Berry has been s
nesday major changes in the t. .j:-' .rit.:. <" 1 Announcers. lyLEO with the EOPI for more than
current central staff of the < I Mr. Brown has been in three years.

agency. I II Management position, from He is President of the
Y i i i 1958 until 1963, and has beena Liberty City Community Improvement -
': ;: Director of Economic Opportunity Association, a
Program, Inc,from Board Member of the YMCA,
1966 until 1968. a Life Member of the NAACP fjPSOA WITH
In addition to his regular and a member of the Omega
duties, Mr. Brown has been Psi, Phi Fraternity, K ofF PRIVATE LISTENING'
I I rl assistant;Housing Director; a t Chapter.. EARPHONE
l member of the Florida City Mr, O'Berry was named
R Community Relations Board, Director of the OpaL 0 c ka $5.00 J
L.---i.r ._ .._ the Migrant Program Ad- area.
visory Board, the Human Re
J.M. SMITHMr. lations Board and the Dade FEHMAN BARBECUE AND'FISH DOWNCall
Leo Fishman,whohas County Technical Action. Counselor, as well as a visiting
served as Project Director for Panel. Mr. Brown, also, wasa teacher at Flora Heights The Register and Vote Com-
mittee to elect Leon Earles
the Concentrated Employment School.
coordinator of the Florida Elementary
tant Director for Program City Summer Program.Mr. She Joined EOPI in June of the State Senate District 41, 751-5629
Planning Program.Mrs. Brown has been as- 1966. Mrs.Fuller is a member I will sponsor a Barbacue and
Shirley ZolcXh was signed as Acting Director for of the National Council of Fish Fry, at 3166 NW 53rd St. NO CREDIT
MRS CARL named a Planning ConsultantIn the Homestead Florida City Negro Women, Order of the October 5, 12 to 12. Donation REQUIREDALSO
I In accordance with the cur- the department of Program Eastern Star, Greater Miami $3.00. Tickets may be pur-
of EOPI and Evaluation Mrs. area.Mrs. civic chased at Williams Cleaners,
rent reorganization Planning BettyLouBarbier, Urban League and other
Zoloth, who has served as 46, a native of Erie, Pennsyl- and community organizations. NW 27th Avenue; Brownsville
r'i: Education Director for the banla, received her diploma She has been assigned Act- Drug, NW 27th Ave.; Moore's : \
,< agency, will be responsible for from Ohio University in Ing Area Director of the Cen- Atlantic Service Station, NW FURNITURE I
program development.Mr. Athens, Ohio tral Downtown ,Miami area. 54th St. and 32nd Avenue. APPLIANCES
I kk .Bernie Horowitz,who Mrs. Barbieri has been the I
has headed EOPFs Research Community Resources Direct- Benny L. O'Berry, 52, was STEREOSW.T.
Department, will head the tor with the Economic Oppor- educated in the Dade County
Management System's phaseof tunity Programs. She has per public school system, Mr. Of TUYEL 4U2UU"Your j
and formed such functions Berry has been a Miamian
Program as recruiting
Evaluation. His departmentwill and'training vol- since he was five years old. Neighborhood Travel WELLS
A graduate of the Universityof ..00"91"A. COMPANY
also be responsible for unteers, supervising recrea-
re-porting and collection of tions programs for the nine Miami, Mr. O'Berryhas near to you a* your
< data. centers, supervising VISTA, done further,studies at DePaul tl phon.. Give us a coll. 45 N. W. 54th Street
I 4 \: 1 r Sister Marie Infanta Gonza- directing public information University, Chicago, Illinois, W.e cl.1I..r. 1104 Chas.NW 3rd C. Miami, Florida 33127
les has been named Acting, programs and conducting Florida'A& M University and North Avo. ,FR Manager.98451.
Chief of the Child Development workshops and seminars. the University of Miami.
} .1 I Program of the Training and Since June, 1965, Mrs Bar-
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bieri has served as consul-
Technical Assistance Di-
vision. Sister Marie has been t ant to the Peace Corps, SAVE NOW On Hoover New
--MiiS-GRA-Cm-MILLER-; serving for more than two VISTA, Teachers Corps at the e
Mrs. Carl named Mrs.Grade years as a Child Opportunity University of Miami, and the WASH AND SPIN DRY SPINDRYINGWASHER
Miller, a psychiatric Social Center Director Dade Board of Public Instruc 24 LBS. OF CLOTHES

Worker at the agency, as Ac- judge John D. johnson. has Lion IN 30 MINUTES .
ting Assistant Director for been named Housing Affairs Mrs. Barbieri has been' assigned -
Training and Technical Assis Specialist in the Training and to the Edison Little NO PLUMBING NECESSARY
tance. Mrs. Carol also named: Technical Assistant Division.Mr. River area. . ROLLS ON LARGE CASTERS
Mr. Edwyn Lewis, now Charles Wright has Mrs. Claudia Register -'
Director for Fuller 40, who obtained her . WASHES FAMILY SIZE LOAD
serving as Deputy been named Community Organizer ,.
Administration, to the newly for EOPI. Bachelor's Degree from . WASHES FAST-DRIES IN A
created post of Assistant Director Mrs. Anita Terranova will Savannah State College, has FEW SECONDS .
for Admnistratlon and rejoin the agency as Execu- been serving in the programas o
Finance.Mr. tive Secretary to the Execu- Project Director of the
J. Marvin Smith will assist tive Director. Child Opportunity componentof NO CREDIT

in the new post of Special AU of the ;appointments EOPI. : .
Assistant to the Executive Di- which are necessitated by.the She obtained her Master's .REQUIREDCall ..,. ; : <

rector. Mr. Smith., 26, has current reorganization of Degree in 1963 from Fort Val- ..'/1..,. .7:1.
been serving as an Administrative EOPI, will become effective ley State University. : ,
Assistant to the Execu- September 30. A native of Douglas,Georgia 751-5629
tive Director.Mr. she has worked with EOPI as
will con- Willie B. Brown 32,is mar- a Director oftwoChildOpportunity -
Paul Wyche W.T. Wells Co.
tinue in his post as Directorod ried and the father of four Centers as well as Day
Affairs since the children, Mr. Brown attended Care Project Committees.She
Public 45 N. W. 54th STREET
has also worked in the
coursesat Dade
created supervisory
new department was MIAMI FLORIDA 33127 See and Try it Today !
as a result of the present reorganization the Board of Public Instruction County School system as a
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I j Here's The Dope on NarcoticsBecause I I

of the reports of an Increase In
LSD our the narcoticsand frequently and fall asleep suddenly. Alcohol plus barbi- very dangerous and recurs without taking additional doses.
among young people State
Attorney Richard turates is extremely dangerous and sometimes fatal.
E. Gerstein has Issued an enlightening document
on the
symptoms and effects of the drugs that
are most likely AMPHETAMINESPep odor of glue is on his breath and clothes. There Is
to concern parents. Traffic in narcotics
must be eliminated of the
often excessive nasal secretions and watering eyes.
and it can only be done when
every distributor and pill users will exhibit overstimulationandaggressive Many glue sniffers demonstrate poor muscular control
seller and pusher are to
every brought justice.The con- behavior and drowsiness unconsciousness. Often plastic or
impairment of Intellect judgment, com- or paper
tinued use marijuana has been
mental health and emotional stability.proven to be dangerousto plete fatigue and hallucinations. The user may constantly bags or rags containing dry plastic cement are found In the
Recent studies scratch his nose and lick his lips. He eats infrequently possession of the glue sniffer.
show that marijuana can cause brain
damage and
insanity cannot and talks
sleep perspires profusely, incessantlyor
well as create emotional
as dependence.
What To Look For
chain smokes. He hands may tremble.

Sympfons And Effects HEROIN GENERALThe individual will show a change of personality and a

change in school attendance, discipline and grades They
MARIJUANA The heroin user has unsteady,glassy,watery discolored insist upon keeping their arms covered atall tim\1s. They
eyes and the pupils look too small.He may have scarson need more money than usual, and will not account for the
Marijuana smokers have a glassy stare. The pupils of his arms and body.When under the influence of heroin, way they spend It. Money disappears from purses and
their eyes are enlarged. The whites are orange-red in he Is a listless person, seems drowsy,and yawns fre- valuables may vanish from the home and school.They will
color. Their behavior is erratic. Under the influence of quently. He may have small spasms of the face or body. demonstrate unusual flare-ups or outbreaks temper,

marijuana they often commit vicious crimes without rea- He has abnormal ideas, very low morals, is antisocial, tend to yawn and be listless,begin wearing sunglasses at
son or fear; they become hysterical, talk loud and fast, and when deprived of the drug,he suffers extreme torture inappropriate times to hide dilated constricted pupils,
fly into rages, have hallucinations,experience elation and and becomes dangerous.LSD and spend unreasonable time in the bathroom. Often narcotics -
bursts of laughter; they become semiconscious or un- users will be found in odd places during the day,

conscious. Depth perception. Is distorted, making drivingdangerous such as closets, storage rooms, etc.
1; The odor of burning marijuana resembles that of burning Under the influence of LSD, the person ranges from CAUTION:

:::t weeds cr rope. Marijuana can lead to addiction to harder trance-like states to terror. This drug primarily affects These are some, but not all, of the symptoms of the

narcotics.. the central nervous system, producing changes in mood narcotic or drug user. If such signs or symptoms are

and behavior. It Is odorless, tasteless and colorless,and evident, your child may be using narcotics, or drugs, thus
BARBITURATES may be found In the form of Impregnated sugar cubes, justifying professional observation. Since these indica-

cookies, or crackers.It Is generally taken orally,but also tions may also be connected with other causes, your
Barbiturates users appear drunk, have slurred speech, may be I n j e c t e d. Perceptual changes Involve senses of family physician should be consulted,or appropriate professional
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II I Task Force Groups Push Ballot Power Poll

Looking to enroll your child in
Mrs. G.Jones,David Pemberton -
a kindergarten?
Eric Yaeger, and William
Sutton. Let Mrs. Alice L. Evans give

The Greater Miami Urban your child some of her 32 years

League extends an open invita- ,' of' experience as a teacher in
tion to other Interested citizens the Public School System.
Eli to attend their next Bal- PRATT KINDERGARTEN
lot Power Poll meeting at the '
r 2925 NW 58th Street
New Covenant Church, 1221
635-3161 63349795t
NW 43rd St., Oct. 7, at 8 p.m -

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The Ballot Power Poll Leadership Development mer Ward, Anna Ward,Homi-
meeting was held September Specialist with Urban League' lee Hunter Ernestine Ward,

19, at New Covenant Church, Elvin Dean who is assigned to Stephen Allen, Samuel Louis .
1221 NW 43rd Street, at which work directly along with this Blunt, Jesse J. McCrary, Es- p.

time a group of Interested citi- group, explained how the program quire, James Royal Clinton
zens and Urban League staff would be carried out.Restated E. Taylor and Archie Ayers.

came together to explain and that Urban League Voters' Education; Paul
Implement the Ballot Power Board, 2nd Vice President, Bullard, Robert Gilbert EarlE. ak
Poll and select five taskforce Mr. Ezekial Burrows, is the McCloud Gladys Taylor,
groups to carry out the pro- chairman of the Local Citizens Marvelle J. Bethel Elizabeth
ject. Committee which was made up Dukes Lynne B. Raskin.

of the group that was there, Publications and Reports:
Rev. Robertson, pastor of
along with other Interested and U. L.
Harold L. Braynon,
New Covenant Church and the
citizens that were unable to at-
Urban League Board openedthe
meeting with a welcome to tend.From the Local Citizens Voter's Registration; Mrs.
the group,' and stressed the Committee, five taskforce H or nett e P. Eaffort Mrs. NO1 I COPPER
importance of voting and having formed Louise Lewis, Gladys Taylor,
groups were : Rosa Lee Moore, Robert Gil-
a knowledge of public of- The political Action Re-
ficials and how they vote on Issues search Committee Includes bert.Publicity IS NOW

that affect the lives of James Jackson, Bill Wynn, El- and promotion:
Black people.Mr. .

T. Willard Fair, exe- 40e LB.
cutive director of Urban League -

told the group that the

Ballot Power voter Poll education Is a nonpartisan and- STEREO SALE:

action project designed to help
black citizens get more power .r
and action on the problems of /
the ghetto. Sponsored by the SOLID

National Urban League Com-
munity Resources CommitteeTask
Force on Political Ac- ,R p1.1. V; '

tion Audits, it Is a doublepurpose .
project. In one part, the TRANSISTOR
poll is aimed at gathering the
kind of Information about the

political affairs which are ..
most important to black people Only
in the nation's cities. The PRESENTATIONCall 9S I II II

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I THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 27, 1968 21

The Birth Of A Book

I Florida Voters league Promises Hot Convention I

A Blade Man In A Racist

TAMPA. (Special Report)- The coming convention of They rallied again in the 1966 Demo primaries after
the Florida Voters Leauge, Tam ,Sept.28-29 may the bob-tailed region of Gov. Haydon Burns to again gain
well provide a sounding board of mass Negro opinion on the runoff spot away from Scott Kelly to face incumbent SocietyBy
key subjects of National, State and Local importance,with Burns for the Democratic nomination for the second year.
a true represention of the total cross section on every Again the Negro electorate rallied in full strength to BOB TEAGUEBob
level being equally represented for the first time on any give the Democratic nomination to Mayor Bob II 19b,soundly Teague, the popular NBC-TV newscaster,reporter(New
platform in America. trouncing Gov. Burns. York Times, Milwaukee Journal)and former football star, has
The Florida Voters League, Inc.isanon-partisanpoU- The Democratic party refused to give their support to written a deeply personal book called Letters toa Black Boy,
tical organization set up in 1944 for the basic objectivesof their party nominee, because of the strong support given about being a black man in a racist society. Just published by
mass voter education of the Negro electorate in Florida him by the Negro bloc vote and as a result for the first Walker and Company at $4.50.
following th supreme court edict outlawing the exclUsionof time in 94 years Florida elected a Republican governor. Writing a book was perhaps the farthese thought from my
Negroes from participation In the white demdcratic This defeat of Mayor BobHightheyblamedon the Democratic mind when I first saw my infant son, Adam, that rainy afternoon
primaries.Its party in Florida, adding fuel to their already flam- in late September, 1966. In retrospect,I see that Lettersto
organizational structure is comprised of affiliated ing fires of resentment.To a Black Boy was also born right there in the maternity
autonomous local political organizations and Individualsfrom make matters even worse, when Mayor High died ward.
all over the State of Florida,giving the organizationmore suddenly, Negroes mourned deeply, feeling strongly that Like a half-dozen other new dadies, I flattened my nose
the status of a forum for discussion of a wide spec- his death was hastened by the disappointment of his de- against the glass partition and made ridiculous faces,gesturesand
trum of political opinions of a divergent nature rather feat. Negroes again blamed the Florida Democratic Party noises, straining to see something of myself in a tiny
than a tight autocratic rule of a small Oligarchic Dominant and vowed to revenge themselves on the state Democratic brown face still wrinkled and damp from birth.He is strong,
leadership characteristic of all Negro organizations. Party at the first opportunity.This opportunity will be handsome and healthy, I thought, perfect beyond my wildest
presented in the forthcoming general elections. dreams. And obviously there is superior intelligence behind
WIDE OPEN CONVENTION DECLAREDThe those sparkling coal-black eyes.
NEGROES RESENT BEING IGNOREDAs Then it hit me. I was boasting to myself about the only black
convention this year will reverse the common trendof boy in the batch. The six others were Chinese and white. And
convention procedure of featuring well known speakers a result of the Negro turnout to the polls of 88% of what hurt me was the certain knowledge that most of this society
representing one point of view and feature panel discus- the registered voting strength and voting 97 1/2% for the --white people-- would not see him as clearly as I. More
sions of limited time to present as many opinions from Democratic ticket, the Johnson-Humphrey ticket carriedthe often than not, I said to myself, my son will be judged -- in
\ as many persons as time allows. At every public event Florida electoral votes by some 45,000 majority,with fact prejudged --solely by his blackness. The beauty and intelligence -
persons from the "in-depth" Negro ghetto will be selected the Negro bloc vote contributing some 250,000votes, I could see would be ignored.It .
at random from the streets and brought to the plat- proving conclusively that the record turnout and the com- wasn't fair. I wanted to shout to the world that there was
form to express their unrehearsed opinions on pertinent plete loyalty of the Negro bloc vote to the Democratic more to my son than the black skin he inherited from me.
issues. Party was the more than decisive factor of victory. Failing that, I wanted desperately to tell him right then that
The agenda will be loose and flexible in order to get the The Negro in Florida felt that this kind of loyalty to he must always remember not to evaluate himself by Mister
sidest possible opinions from every socialeconomic the Democratic party would earn for them an unprece- Charlie's stupidities. I wanted to warn him of the insane situa-
and educational level of the Negro communities throughout dented bonanza of benefits and recognition from the grateful tions he soon would have to face because of Mister Charlie's
the state.OPINIONS Democratic Party. Instead of rewards and recognition madness.
from the Democratic Party, they received only greated
[ POLLS TAKEN AT ALL MEETINGSIn insults and ostracism from official state Democratic cir- "
order to get an in-depth opinion on the broadest pos- cles.This continuous maltreatment by the State Democratic :'I:. \\;.:,.;, ,
|sible base ballots will be distributed to all persons in at- Party has resulted in a continuous and increasing resent- .. !fIi WI, :$[";
tendance at the convention sessions and all public events ment against the party in Florida and will be registeredthis '.,,1 .,,.. t' ''''.'
[listing the dominant issues to today. November by a resentment vote for NixonWallaceand ": .'" d'? .
The Vietnamese war-civil disorders, police brutality, Gurney and a boycott of the polls,robbing the Democratic :>; ,."
tegration employment, presidential preference, fair- candidates of the customary high turnout, loyal ;. .:
ess to Negroes of Democratic and Republican parties, Negro bloc in this critical election. :, t. t'
le poverty program, the NAACP, the black nationalists, ', F
national issues. CONVENTION FRMAT
: On State and local issues; Choice of Leroy Collins or :
Sd Gurney for U. S. Senator, approval or disapproval of Convention headquarters; Sheraton-Tampa motor inn,
amber and part played by Negro delegates from Florida general chairman, Norman E. Jones. Sept. 28; 9 a.m. -
; Democratic Convention,for or against the proposed new 1 p.m. business session; 1-2 p.m. luncheon panel dis-
,stitution of Florida,"for or against a new political party cussion-Sheraton; 2-5 p.m. business session; 8-10
M Florida on a declared liberal basis, the. effectiveness p.m. public meeting with panel discussion at Ft. Homer, iv
f community relations councils; pro and con f garbageen Hesterly Armory; 10 p.m. 2a.m.- reception and grand r d jd.
strikes etc. ball Ft. Homer Hesterly Armory. r
,Results of these opinion polls will be released to the Sunday, Sept. 29 9 a.m. 1 p.m. concluding business ., i iAe
ess for public consumption after tabulation. session; 2 p.m. 5 p.m.banquet-Columbia Spanish Res-
turant.. Concluding event of Florida Voters League, Inc.

ere Is already developing throughout the State a
slight but increasing trend of indications that Negroes will .l.i, MSF
desert the straight Democratic ticket and give at least
token support to Wallace-Nixon and Gurney as a punitive CallJ1 + it M1 ,
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action against the treatment of Negroes by the Democratic -
lh+ hierchy in Florida and the taking over of Smathers CHARLESROGERS
t' 1. end Holland of the party in Florida.
?This bitter resentment was engendered by the Democratic
;' party in Florida under the leadership of Go v. Farris A
iteyant changing the state elections In off years from the
[national elections so that statewide candidates would noteve AT PL 1-7502 ,,-
[ to support the national Democratic ticket while they If my son, Adam, had some forewarning of what it's like to
[were, running for office. FOR A GOOD BUY ON A grow up in a racist society, he would have a better chance of
The result of this action was the rapid rise of the Re- PIANO, ORGAN, SCOTT growing up tall. I had seen too many black men whose growthas
lican party. OR ORCHESTRA human beings had been stunted by the blatant and the subtle
Office holders in Florida, much to the disgust of the STEREO pressures of racism. They never learned to see themselves,
[Negro electorate who felt they were double crossed by INSTRUMENTS. to be themselves.But .
[the state Democratic party in an attempt to neutralizethe my son was much too young for a man-to-man talk about
Negro bloc vote consistently given to the Democratic the ways of the white man's world. It would be many years
(Party candidates on every level. before I could give him the clues he would need. And who could
say whether I would still be around?
BLAME DEFEAT OF HIGH ON DEMOS Those thoughts haunted me through the first nine months of
Adam's life. Then I got the idea of writing a series of lettersto
Bitter resentment of the Florida State Democratic Party him that he could read when he became a teen-ager.
|by Negroes was further engendered by the"double cros- I wrote perhaps twenty-five of them before it occurred to me .
sing" of Mayor Bob High in the general election for Gov- that my own growth would have been helped had I been able to
I ernor when he was beaten by Republican nominee Claude read such letters when I was a boy.So much of what I had
] Kirk with heavy Democratic support. learned on my own had been unnecessarily painful and debili
; The Negro electorate had fought bard for Bob High in tating. If these letters could save my son from some of that, I
i the guvernatorial campaign of 1964 when they projectedhim thought, why not a lot of black boys?
in the runoff spot against Haydon Burns in an upset Having reached that point, all that remained was to set
confounding all political experts in a dramatic show of down what I thought would be useful.
strength of the Negro bloc vote in Florida.James' I decided to rely mainly anecdotes, or black paables,
e from personal experience, rather than sermons.also decided "
to tell the truth. Which is difficult when you write about
yourself. But it's also necessary if you want to tell it to your
son like it is.
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22 _. THE MIAMI. TIMES Friday, September 27, 1968 RANGE Mrs. Addle James, president

Mrs. Ruth Scott, secretary.

t' [ CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS I IIN Ranches Carver their Florella Mr.daughter and Turpin Mrs.Audrey,Leroy and brother,Glover sister,

Albert Scott of New York City

News spent the weekend in Nassau.

MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAMIn By Walter Bow. Had a nice time.Mr.Scott will

said but loving memoryof m loving memory of my dear I x leave for New York,Saturday,
my dear husband, daughter, loving memory of The South Broward Post No< : after spending two weeks in

".....< -"..,.- 8195 will hold a special meeting West Hollywood, with relatives -
iJ' v 4a'a iII"..< CELESTER(GLORIA) Sunday, Sept. 29, at 3p.m. .
;; ROGERS officers and members please:

< who departed this life Sept .F # be present. The Gay Ladies Social and

27, 1967. 1t The Ladies Auxiliary Post Civic Club will hold their 8th

It seems like only yesterday 8195 will have their meetingthis anniversary dance and show,

that you were here with us, Sunday at 5 p.m. a t the Sunday, Oct. 20, at 5 p.m. to

laughing and talking post home on Pembroke Rd. 9 p.m. at the Elks Club, 712

Now one year has so swift- Members please be present.RICHARDSON NW 2nd St. Ft. Lauderdale.

ly passed it seems like you are Eddie E, Edwards of 1760 The public is Invited. Dona-

on a trip and we are waiting NW 69th Ter., died Sept. 22 at tion $1.50.

tor your return. Christian Hospital. He is survived -
of 151
Wendell Reynolds
by his wife, Louise; two G. Don't forget the Friday and
Christine Rogers, mother sons, Alfred and Ebenezer; a NW 7th St., died Sept. 18.Services Saturday night Fish Fry,at the
Elester Cynthia Hudson were held Sept. 25 In will be
daughter Irene;a stepdaughterLillie post home. There
sister Bruton; one stepsisterMrs. Dillyn, Virginia. He was a long plenty of conch flitters and
Robert Hudson brotherinlaw and several time employee of the Seaboard
Edna Culmer salad this weekend.
JOHN HENRYMcCONNELL MRS AMANDA SCOTT Services will Coast Line Railroad. Survivors ;-

JR. who departed this life Sept.23,, grandchildren 28 at include his wife Virt Lee,
be Saturday, Sept. ,
who passed on to eternal rest 1967. 1 at Grace Presbyterian one sister Mrs. Mary Vernonof HOUSE OF ALBERTJohn
Sept. 26, 1967. IN MEMORIAMIn Some may think you are for- p.m. officiating New York; a niece, Mr: .
Church Rev. Savoy -
Sadly missed by your wife, gotten Catherine Allen of Gary, Indiana -
loving memory of rison St. Richmond Heights
Though on earth you are no ; a stepdaughter and mother -
Marine McConnell and more of Grand Rapids, Mich. Fla. died Sept. 19, 1968. He
Ira Duncan of 7183 NW 15th
Is his wife Ros-
survived by
FamilyIN But in memory you are with usAs ;
Ct., died at Jackson Hospital six Ber-
always as you were before. Mrs Coretha Coates Williams sie Lee, daughters;
Sept. 22. He is survived by his nice, Gail, Johnnie M. Betty
of 2131 NW 65th St.,
MEMORIAMIn Edward Scott, husband father Early; two brothers J., Donise and Lenett Elaine,
21 in
Sept. Petersburg, Va.;
Thelma and Ira Duncan
sad but loving memory Alice Kegler, daughter James ; Services will be held Saturday two sons; John Jr., and Carl
three sisters Joyce Cherry, Allen three brothers
Ralph Thompson son Bough, ,
3 p.m. In Cohen Temple.
and Louvenia
Duncan Bruce Allen and Zellie three
and the entire family ,
She is survived by her widower -
will beheld
Thomas. Services sister-in-laws and a host of
J. B. ; one daughter Mr! .
in the chapel.
other relatives and friends.
t Funeral arrangements incomplete -
loving memory of our Mrs. Ruby Lee Davis of 1378 and Mrs. Henry Coats; a son- .

husband, father: .NW 38th St., died Sept 23 at in-law, Phillip Johnson; three
uncles Rev. T, W. Coats --- --- South Miami Hospital. She J IS James People of 2911 N.W.

ABRAHAM THOMAS survived by her husband,Robert Newark, N. J.; Johnny Coatesof 65th St., Miami, Florida died

who departed this life September Sr.; one son, Robert Jr; Philadelphia, Pa., and Lu- September 19, law.He is survived -

23,1957.Teach two daughters, Mrs. Dolores clous Mrs.of Miami Annie; a Coates.grand mother by two sons; mother;

me to toil without a care Gordon and Evelyn; one sister J. Ruby, four brothers; Walter,

for rest; :atherine Davis; five brothers Mrs. Nellie Jones of 468 Julius, Aaron and Clarence

Show me in trial Thy way is, George, James, Mack, Harry four sisters Daisy Lewis,
I....A NW 8th St., died Sept.20.Services
best; and Melvin McGriff; two Edna Dixson,Betty Dodson and
GEORGE HARVEY CAREY 'And when my work is done and grandchildren anaunt, Mrs.Jo will be held Saturday,at Viola Funeral arrangements
who departed this life Sept. i 2 p.m. She is survived by her
life is past, Watson and an uncle,Sherman are incomplete.,
23, 1967. be held husband Henry, one son,
Lord, take me home Heaven Smith. Services will
It seems as if it was only and Thee at last. Saturday, at 4:30 p.m. at st. Jessie Allen, one sister Mrs The remains of the late John

y yesterday that you wee here Luke Baptist Church Rev Annie Kimble; three brothers Preston, of P.O. Box 248 Na-

with ,us laughing; talking and Mary Louise Thomas, wife P. W. Williams officiatins Alex, Mack and Tab; one ranji, Florida were shipped to

spreading joy where ever you Abraham J.Thomas,Jr.son daughter- -law, Dorothy Orangeburg, South Carolina,

trod. Although you left this Alfred N. Thomas, son. Howard Lee Carruthers of Allen; one granddaughter; two John died September 16,1968.

mortal world your spirit still 4400 NW 30th Ave., died Sept. great grandchildren; a grandmother Anita Grant, of 1835 N.W.

lingers on in the heart of all 16 at his residence. is survived 2nd Ct. Apt. #7, Miami, Fla.

who knew and loved you. May IN MEMORIAMIn by his wife, Iris;a niece Albert Rollins of 200 NW 17 lied Sept. 21, 1968. Funeral

your soul rest in peace. 'I Minnie; and a nephew Jimmy. St., Apt. 8, died Sept. 22.Ser- services will be held 11:00

loving memory of ,' to M'" Services were held Monday, vices will be held Sunday at A.M., Saturday,September 28,
The Carey Family MK. JACOB ROLLE in the chapel. 4 p.m. in St. Petersburg! He 1968. The place in which the
who departed this life 28
I 1963. Sept. ,, survived by one brother services will be held, will be

note of thanks "Now the laborer's taskis Ernest Sims of 4747 NW 5th Percy; one sister Josephine announced later. Mrs.Grant is

Ave., died at JacksonHospital Davis; one aunt Mrs. Essie M. survived by Mrs. Jeanette
dear Friends, ':";,i.J( .' o're Sept. 17. Arrangements are Watkins; one nephew Sgt John Moss, Mrs. Drucilla Tuff,
As we mourn the loss of our ):\\\ri Now the battle day is past incompleteMrs. Pettiway. Mrs. Iva Bullard and four nep-
beloved, 'i. Now upon the farther shore tews.
; .. Lands the voyager at last! of
Catherne Bryant
Mc ,': ,,'.' Father in
.. I gracious keeping 16300 NW 19th Ave. Rd., died FRANCIS Funeral services for the
.;. ; ; Leave me now thy servant at her residence Sept. 19. She Johnnie Williams of 1615! late Mrs. Addle Harvin,01725

< ; sleeping." Is survived by herhusband, V.W. 25th Avenue Apt.#11 expired f.W.. 42nd St. Miami, Florida

'.. ., Leroy; two sons, Harold and September 22nd at Oliver will be held 3c30pmWednes-
",'<<;. ".;":, ;"c.'''',.'., .::, ,, The Family William Robinson; three sis- Manor Nursing Home Funeral day, September 25, 1968 at the

c ";r," "," ''+'' ters, Thelma Davis, Ruth! services will be held Thursday St. Luke Missionary Baptist

.'j BAIN'S Leaks and Annie Mann, and September 26th, 900; p.m in Church Addle died September

''f' Mansie Stephens of711! three brothers, Walter, Irving the Chapel. Survivors includehis 18, 1968. She survived by five

SW 100th Ave., Perrine died and Mazon Mann. She was removed wife Mrs.CoraNealyanc sisters; Mrs.Rosalie Me-

: Sept. 21 at Sunray ParkNurs- to Tallahassee Monday. several other relatives and Cants, Susie Williams, Josie
ing Home. He is survived by] of 1901 Annie Crawford and
FLORENCE ALICE COOPERwho PFC James s several other relatives and Perry,
F his wife, Mary J, ; two sons; Lizzie Hall brother Sil-
departed this life Sept. NW 68th Ter.,was killed inaction friends one ;
one daughter;four grandchildren Sept. 13 in Vietnam. His < Little Angelia Brandonof as White, brother-in-law;

29,1962.Rest eternal grant unto ; hod a ugh ter s-in-law;; survived by his parents, Mr ) 1217 N.W. 2nd Ave. Apt. II Charles: McCants.
one son-in-law. Services will
her Oh Lord and light and Mrs. Alvin Dillard; three 3 I expired Sept. 18th. Funeral:
be held Saturday from Kerr Funeral services for the
shine her. Brothers Alvin, Jr., Carl and services were held Wednesday
perpetual upon Memorial Church In Perrine of 1370
Dwight; two sisters Mrs Sept. 25th at 2:00 p.m. in the late Epsie McKenzie,
Beverly Tynes and IngridDillard Chapel. Survivors include her N.W. 68th St., Miami, Fla.
; The familyIN Mrs. Essie Jones of 440SW rill held Saturday
and his grandparents, mother Mrs. Erma Brandon be 1:00 p.m., -
ETHEL B. DORSETTour 7 Ave., Homestead, died Sept September 28th 1968 at
James and Sarah Dillard.Services father Mr. Albert Brandon
pain is softened by the 23, at Sunray Park Nursing the Temple Baptist Church.
MEMORIAMIn will be held Saturday three sisters brothers ancevejal
knowledge that so many of you Home. She is survived by her 10 a.m. attheChurchoftheIncarnation : other relatives Epsie died September 20,1968

share this with us. husband Louie; three brothers : Rev. Father Dear. and friends. She is survived by two sons;
Our debt of gratitude for memory of the late Robert, Marion and Jessie fficiating. Sam and DanMcKenzleandone

your kindness and thoughtfulness McKelvie a mother-in-law
; tember 20. She is survivedby daughter Lucia Mullens,
during our bereavement LEROY ARMSTERwho Mrs. Mary Knight a dear
two daughter-in-laws Lessie
Miss Carolyn Peters; her husband ;
Algie a son
this life Sept.301 friend Mrs. Coda Mae Kim- ; ,,
\is Immeasurable. Your pray- departed Lockett of 2417 NW 56th St., Chester Richardson one and Henrietta McKenzie and a
ers, visits, cards, messages, 1959. brough. Services will be held died Sept. 21 at Christian Hosital. daughter Mrs. Elizabeth Gant host of other relatives and
dishes, floral pieces and other Sleep on Leroy and take your Monday. friends.
) She is survived by her five grandchildren, a daugh-
expressions will be remem- rest we loved you but God loved Wilson and Wilhel-
ter-In law Mrs. Annie
oered forever.For their spec- best. SOUTH BROWARD Funeral services for the
mina Lockett brother
FUNERAL HOME ; ,, Wright. She was removed on
ial considerations and late
Billingsley of
Charles; two sisters,Joan and Thursday, Sept 26 to Lake ,
services, we extend our profound The Armster Family Lottie Boatright of 6224 3856 Thomas Avenue, Miami,
Jetty a grandmother Mrs,
; City, Fla. for burial.
thanks to Canon Cooper. N.W. 14th Ct. Miami, Florida Jimmie Lockett, and several Florida; were held 11:00A.M.,
Father Dear, the St. petersA. died Sept. 19th at Jackson M. Mcnday[ September 23,1968 atthe
aunts and uncles. Services
Mrs. Alma Outlaw of 1311
O. Cathedral Church of the Hospital after a brief illness. Liberty City Chapel. Mr.
were Wednesday. Sept
NW 62nd died
ANKER-MILTON Funeral services were held Sept. .
-Incarnation cedars of Billingsley died Z3
John's September
25th at 10 a.m. St. ,
She is survived
24th at 2 P.M. by a cousin,
Lebanon Hospital's sixth floor Arthur James Smith of 2153 Tuesday Sept. Church of the Nazarene Rev 1968.
Mrs/ Alfreda Woods and
staff and the Range Funeral N.W. 49th Street, died Sept. at The Church of Incarnationwith Prince ane-
Home. 14. He is survived by Mr. and the Father A.Tyrrell off- Redding, officiating phew, Theodore Brown of New Mrs. Frankie Dubose,of 652

Mrs. Robert Smith, He died asa i elating. She leaves to mourn York City. Services were held r.W., 11th St., Apt.4, Miami,

Sincerely, result drowning in a county four sisters, one grand-son, Mrs. Thelma Smith Bosticof Thursday, at 2pminSt.John Florida, died Sept. 21, 1968.
6220 NW 20th Ave., Apt. 4, Baptist Church Rev Thedford Funeral are in-
Funeral two great-grand, host of arrangements
Arthur B. Dorsett rock-pit. arrange died at Christian
Hospital Sep-
and Family ments are incomplete. nieces, nephews and friends. Johnson, officiating. complete.

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Council Blasts Lindsley ? Lumber

Off At BJW

Twenty-nine citizens, rep Yvette Morgan, West Dunbar

try resenting, the professions business, indus-and Elementary Murry, Douglas Sch Elem.001;Willis School; J1; 9Itttt u REDWOOD 2x4's

the church community, assembled Mrs. Hazel R. Grant, Misses
in the library of Linn Ann Jones, Norma

Booker T.WashingtonJr.HighSchool Dwight, Mr. Harry L. Glover, California.i
to discuss the methodsand Mr. Timothy O. Savage REDWOOD
programs for "Meetingthe Dorothy Harris, Mrs.Lugusta superior to all for
Challenge of Our Times," Colston and Mrs. Marian H. durability! World
the theme for the CommunitySchool. Shannon, all of Booker T. You select the beautiful ''y famous for its / /,%%_ /

Mr. Henry W. Daniels Washington Jr. High School! boards that you will be I:! lasting qualities. ':,.'
See this stock! It's
Director of the CommunitySchool using. Choice of 1 x I // ;
was elated and inspiredwith Following a 30-minute buzz 3-in. thru 1 x 12-inch '' just what youf
the attendance. session of the lengths 3, 4 and want for straight
participants 6-ft. true partition
After hearing information reassembled to hear the '. work.

about the programs,new and reports of recorders. Each PRICE EXAMPLE -
continuing, from Mr. HaroldG. report was presented and received fin f//'

Mast, assistant principal with a great deal of en- 1x12INCH I C
for curriculum at Booker T. thusiasm. Among the recom- ; C 8-FOOT 8 9 't''
Washington Jr.High,the group mendations was the use of 99 LONG EA.
was challenged by Mr. LouisJ. West Dunbar Elem. School's 3-FOOT EL
Tasse, supervisor of the Playing field for outside ac- LONG
Dade County CommunitySchools. tivities. And the establishing

Mr.William R.Rolle, of an Adult Vocational Typing
community assistant from the class at Saint John Baptist

South Central district,discussed Church's Johnson Hall.

ways "Meeting the
The next
Challenge" and Mrs. Mayme regular meeting
will be held October 17, 3:30
E. Williams, assistant principal -
p.m. In the Booker
T. Wash-
for guidance at BTW,
ington High School
presented the methods for dis- library. Choice of: BAMBOO
cussion. Each person met in one Students of the home eco-

of five groups to consider volunteer nomics classes, under the dire SLAT or REED SCREEN
services and discussthe
c t Ion of Mrs. Dorothy
kinds of community pro- Harris, served as hostessesfor
grams that would enrich the the meeting. CHAIN IiNK FENCING FENCING
_ _
total life of the community.

Principal Nicholas H. 1 I LAWN, PATIO, POOL
Borota welcomed the group
and Mr Nathaniel J.Rolle,assistant Get INSTALL YOUR OWN FENCE AND
principal for admin- SAVE UP TO $160 ON AVERAGE LOT Conaline.Ch.rTreated You'll have with

istration, Introduced the spec Ai1 more privacy. You'll create
ial guests. Among the out- 'A DOUBLE ACTION Probably the average installed 48-IN HIGH the serenity of a tropical
(OLORSGRAYWURBLAX price would run setting.
standing citizens in attendancewere
about 44c per foot over
: Commissioner M.Atha- 2 DRESSES 1WR iN_ install-your-own i-FT.
lie Range Mr. Ted Nichols, IJ / 1 price) We rent you a 21 C q HIGH 8
fence stretcher! All
accessories -
special assistant to the City stocked. RUN. 99 .
Manager; Mr. Lamar Kelly, FOOT $ ,00 ROLL
personnel director, Jackson
Memorial Hospital; Mr.Henry
C. Phillips, International self
help emergency mobilization

Charles program Newton training and; Messrs.John D. LAWN AND GARDEN TRELLISES

McKinnon, Florida State Em-
ployment Service;D.A.Julius See our attractive designs! Pick the sizes and types for your lawn. tS <
Sunlight Beauty School; W. H.
Fuller, Boy Scouts of America Fr "DREW" HILLSBOHO" "PARK"THE s

; Lt. Leroy Smith, Miami THE al-... war 4-rr.:WIIE. "-..DY" ,
Public Safety Department; "LARGO" 41-11I. 51K -n. nui1SUL
Rev. Thedford Johnson, St. WIDEr
John Baptist Church; Father 1c'

Lambert Sands, St. Agnes Mrs. Verneice James ,\ 1 98HMBBBBBHBH
Episcopal Church; Paul S.
Wig Stylist '
Moore and J. B. Pierce, $-Fr ltBiN
Greater Miami Urban League; Formerly of Susie'sBeauty 44-IL Wilt WIPE

Mrs. Essie Silva, Community Salonis

Relations Board; Allen now located at: 349
Dworkis, Miami Beach Retired Thelma's

Businessman; Arthur King, Beauty Salon 349
Center EOPI; Mrs.
Edna Chauser, Greater Miami 1094 NW 79th Street

Cultural Arts Center; Atty. Phone: 693-0632
Oscar Fedrington, Downtown Specializing in all types of
Optimist Club and school per Beauty treatments.

sonnel Including Roger Thelma H. Devoe LindsleyWLumfoer
Shatanof, principal and Mrs. Owner and OperatorBRANDZfJr.

;; ;, ft L'J: Open Sundays till 2 P.M. 1635N.W.28thSt.-Ph.635.4511

3505 N.W. 79th Street-Ph.696-2810 Stores alsolocated
2160 S.W.27th Ave.-Ph.443-7432
N W 7thAve.A127thSt.-Ph'681-7471
NW 27th I 179th S't.-Ph 621-0544) 812S.W.12thAve.Ph.374.5108. I in:
NE. 167th St.Ph. 949-3537
14300 N W.27th Ave.-Ph.6884523
$1688 a 8820 Bird Road-Ph.221-8311 HIAIEAH:1295W.49thSt.-Ph.821.2150. Ph.238-5535 Key West ((2 Stores)
PERRINE Dixie Hwy.-
443 7461
4300 Ponce de leon- -
I Islamorad'aTravernier I
Ave. Ph.
496 NE. 79th St._Ph. 757-4571 HOMESTEAD 632 Washington -
Sews Buttons Term S Dixie Atudlam Road-Ph.661-1672 MIAMI STORES BELOW, CLOSED SUNDAYS
5891 S. Dixie Hwy.-Ph.661-5361 660 N.E.96th St.-759-2431 Fat Pierce
Makes Buttonhole y 3817 N.W.17th Ave.-Ph.633-8218 16160 Biscayne Blvd.-.97-4711 Cocoa 'I'
Blind Stitches 1-
Monograms ", BROWARD COUNTY STORES Open Sundays till 2 P.M. Daytona Beach
W.HOLLYWOOD: 1800 N.State Road 7-Ph.989-6850 FT.LAUDERDALE:219 N.W. 1st Ave.-Ph 522.7411 Tampa ((5 Stores)
For free HOllYWOOD N.21 Ave.-Ph.922-5624 POMPANO BEACH 142 S.W.1st Ave.Ph..942-0900) Largo
OAKLAND PARK: 1099 Oakland Park Blvd. -Ph.565-6761 'FT.LAUDERDALE:800 N.E.3rd Ave.-Ph.522.2572
home demonstration ft.LAUDERDALE:2900 W.Broward Blvd.-Ph.581-3900 *(fT. LAUOERDALE STORE CLOSED SUNDAY) Pinedas ParkSt.


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Youth Observance At Rev. L. J. Lee, pastor
Rev. James Hendon, pastor Shirley Whack, reporterOld
Rebecca Jones, reporterThe time revival meeting is

Greater Bethel A.M.E."Youth Jr. Ushers would like I being held this week come out
I to thank everyone for making !and bring your shouting shoes.
success. 'The Rev. B. Davis from Key
of Today -- Leadersof Rev. Johnson's leadership will their anniversary a
$200.00.Our West will be the speaker.The .
The amount raised ,
Tomorrow. This theme encourage more youth participation.
was carried out throughout the appreciation to the Choir Jr. Missionaries are

day in all services, starting Sunday, Sept. 29, is Mis- from New Macedonia for rendering 1 having a program, Sunday,
under the direction of Mr. sionary Day. Our Youth Choir services. !Sept 29, at 5 p.m. The youth
& 1 Stokes, Miss Melzie Elliott, will render music for this ser- Brother Nathaniel Norwood, i church will meet every Saturday -
Mrs. Rosa Fortson and Mrs. vice. You are welcome to wor- chairman of the Men's pay i before the second Sunday,
I ; with drive is asking all men to come ;from 3-5 p.m.
:jtt'lou (!Uljurrlj! fhrnioy Alberta Godfrey.Jr. us.
.1n Class No. 2 hadthehonor Sunday at 3:30: p.m. the Sr. out Saturday to assist in delivering The ladies are working toward -
invites dinners. Your orders their women's day, to beheld
of being the recipient of the Missionary you
banner for the day. The class to Join them in "The Ladies in may be placed by calling 691- the second Sunday in Nov.
I MISSIONARY DAY ATST. JAMES was conducted by Yalanda White." Mrs. Cherrye Bogessis 8732. Mrs. Ida Simms chairman,
Clay. the principle speaker.We You are invited attend the Mrs. Shirley Whackcochairman. -

Rev. S. L. Gay, pastor Under the direction of Rev. are in the process of organizing Second Musical Extravaganza, .
Joseph Marshall, reporter Rodney Young, Bernice Girl Scout troops in Sunday, Sept. 29, 7 p.m.under Our quarterly conferencewas
Shorter, Charles Fortson, three levels. All ladies who the direction of Mr. Roscoe postponed until further
Missionaries will be in
Gail Powell, Danysu Francesand are interested inbecoming Speed. notice.
charge of the morning ser- Willie Cone,conducted the troop leaders please call at Please pray for and visit Remember to pray for the
vices. Their speaker will be sick and shut-ins. sick and shut-ins.
order of service. We are 373-7830 or 3712406.Let our
Mrs. L. E. Thomas a memberof
grateful for the organizing of us continue to pray for
Mt. Sinai Baptist Church, a
f. < the Youth Church. We feel that the sick and shut-ins. DRAKE
retired school teacher of ZION HOPE
Phyllis Wheatley Elemen-
Rev. Jarius W. Dunn,pastor
tary School,has fine philosophy ST. MARY'SThe NEW PROVIDENCERev. Rev. Paul Freeman, pastor The members and friends
of life and living. A firm
Women's committee C. J. Burney,pastor Bessie Williams, reporterThe were happy tohavePastorDunn
believer in self-Improvement, Arsula Edwards ladies would like to thank; back in the pulpit on Sun
wish to thank all who appeared ,
she thinks of this as a
i on our program to make our pastor will preach Sun- everyone who helped to make day. Our pastor preached
training course to providing for a use-opportunity day a success. Our special day, Sept. 29 our women's day a great suc- Pleasant Grove in Washington,
prepare thanks to our speaker Mrs. Ministers and Deacons Union. cess. Our morning speaker, Ga. on last Sunday.
ful career now and for life in '
the hereafter. Her chief inter- W. Y. Robinson, our guest Rev. W. U, Edwards, moder- Mrs. Waldron, started the day Brother Carl Mitchell is
ator now in sessionatGreaterNew off with an inspiring topic: asking all Boy Scouts to meet
solist Miss Jean Solomon the
ests include good government, MRS. L. E. THOMAS ,
"Convention Hall. Our even- at 2 This will be
Bethel M. B. Church 422 Saturday p.m.
sound economics and everyday choir of New Bethel Baptist ,
. SpeakerMrs.
NW 40th | ing speaker Mrs. Carline, regular meeting day and
Church, and those who appeared St., Rev. C. H. Smith your
religion.The and the day Sister Porter and Sister
came along brought time.
Rev. L. H. Holland and C lassie Porter and on our night program. May pastor.
congregation from Hallandale, September-ites would like to God bless each of you. You are invited to a Do-it- up to it's highest peak. The i Finley, den mothers, are ask-

will render services at 3 p.m. thank you for support on last Sunday, Sept. 29, servie 'swill yourself program, sponsoredby I ladies did a wonderful Job. ing all Cubs toplease beat
in behalf of the Missionary and week. There will be a sale be as usual, Joint choirs Choir No. 2 of New Providence Special thanks to the teenagerswho ; your meeting on Friday, at 6
the Deaconess. party at the home of Mrs. will sing all day. Usher BoardNo. Sunday, Sept. 29 inour participated in the memorial p.m. Parents please see that
Dinners will be sold all day Juanita Kelly, 1090 NW 90th 1 will serve during the 11 evening service. Come out and I services and also help- your boys attend their meetings -

Saturday, Sept. 28,at the home St., Saturday, Sept. 28, at a.m. service and Board No. 2 enjoy a night of music. ed in the kitchen. .
of Mr. and Mrs. Waymon 8 p.m. we need your support.To will serve at night. Our sick Consecration hour of prayeris Don't forget the sick, shut- Sister Mozell White is still
Plummer, 15720 NW 17th Pl., the sick andsh u t-Ins and shut-ins,Sister Irene Finder held each Sunday at 5 a.m. ins, bereaved families, boysin ; in North Shore Hospital.Let us
Opa-locka. You may place when our burdens seem to be in ChristianHospitalRev. Bible class and prayer ser- the armed services, mother visit and pray for the sickand

your order by calling 621- heavier than we can bear, our Tinker in Jackson and Brother vice each Tuesday at 7:30: p.m. Zanders, who is in ChristianHospital shut-ins.

8896. Benefit of women's day,, faith becomes stronger. Farrington, Brother Roberts, All members are urged to at mother Jone's son,

-_. -- -- ----- Sister Sands and all others at tend.Continue and Sister Rosie Walley, who| MT. CARMEL
home. Let us continue to pray in prayer for our is inJacksoninyourprayers.

GREATER NEWMACEDONIA JORDAN GROVE for them. sick, shut-ins and those who Rev. D. A. Bradley,pastor
The superintendent of the are bereaved Visitors are Louise McGriff, reporterRev.
Rev. Douglas Cook, pastor Sunday School is still asking welcome. ANTIOCH Hall delivered our

Rev. Roscoe Jackson,pastor Eddie Gilbert, reporterOur all parents to please send their Rev. J, W. Stepherson, pastor Sunday morning message Sun-
i Willie J. Beard, reporterThe pastor will close out the children to Sunday School, at NEW MT. MORIAH The No. 1 Choir will cele- day.The
Ministers ; Deacons' Minister's and Deacon's Union 9:30 a.m. Visitors are always brate their anniversary Sun- No. 4 and 5 Usher Board

Union is in session at New this Sunday 2 Bethle- welcome. Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor day, Sept. 29, 3 p.m. The Rev will have their anniversary on
Bethlehem Baptist Church, :hem Baptist Church, Rev.C. Evelyn Souter,reporterThe J. E. Jenkins along with I Friday night Rev. W. M.Davis
420 NW 40th Street, Rev.C.H. H. Smith, pastor MT. SINAI No. 3 Choir want to Friendship Baptist, will be in will deliver the message.
Smith, pastor Rev.Jackson is The No. 1 and 2 Choirs will thank all choirs and usher charge of the anniversary ser- There will be a Feast in the
scheduled to preach Saturdayat sing in a battle of songs this Rev. Cleo Albury, pastorB. boards, and everyone who participated mon. You are invited. wiliness at the home of Sister

7 p.m. he is asking the en- 'Sunday night. You are invitedto Boney, reporter and attended their Pie sale at the home of Brother Daisy Williams Sunday, from
tire church to accompany him. come out and witness this Sunday morning speakerwill 12th a nni v e r s ary..Crowned and Sister Daniel Robin- 3 5:30 p.m., 1245 NW 37th

Mrs. Beatrice Waldron of contest. be Rev J. A. Whitlow. queen for raising the high- son, 1980 NW 47th Ter., Sa- St., given by No. 1 Choir, you
West Palm Beach, will be the The men will celebrate their President Ben Greene, est amount Miss Linda pascal. turday, for delivery call 634- are invited.
morning speaker and Mrs. 10th annual Men's Day, the is asking all members of the Total amount raised 22928. 8622. The Willing Workers Club

Sallie Carline of New Provi- !second Sunday in October. Christian Society to please be Coming events for October: Bar-be-que at the churchFriday will have a Tea at Bonded Collection -
dence Baptist Church will be Everyone is asked to help present at the Oct. 8, meeting Usher Board No. 2 will cele- and Saturday nights. Agency on 7th Ave.You

the eve n i n g speaker for wo make this day a great one business of importance. brate their anniversary the Sister Alzenia Haines is in are also invited.
men's day. They are both 1 Deacon Parrish chairman. The Thanksgiving Club is second Sunday. The fourth Jackson Hospital. Continue in Remember the sick and
known for their dynamic The No. 1 Usher Board wish sponsoring a program Sundayat Sunday our annual Men's Day. prayer for our sick and shut- shut-ins and those who have
to thank each and for 7 p.m. Proceeds will help The Spiritual Melodies want
speaking. Don't fail to hear everyone ins and those who are bereaved lost their love ones. Pray for
them, the secondSunday in Oc- helping to make their llth anniversary in giving baskets to as many to thank "The C LordC's, The the boys in Viet nam.
tober. Sister Margaret Pinder, one of the greatest, needy people in the community Choral Group, and The
chairman, Sister Louise Jack- raising $890.27. Brother Earl whether a member of our Rosetts" for rendering a won
Bannister president. church or not. Everyone is invited derful CHRISTIAN SCIENCE"And
son, co-chairman, and Sister program Sunday night.
Willie M. Williams, chairmanof Prayer meeting every to attend. Pray for world peace.Visi- DAYSPRINGy
program committee. Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. To our Brother Miles Johnson returned tors are always welcome.Are! Abram said unto Lot,
A Men's and Women's Rally visitors you are always wel- from college last week you a registered citizen.If not: Let there be no strife, I pray W. M. Slater,pastor
will be held the fifth Sunday come to worship with us. because of illness. He is in please do.SALTERS. thee, between meandtheeand, Ruby Burton, reporter
night at the church.Rev.BobbyL. Let us remember the sick Rm. 244A, Hialeah Hospital. between my herdmen and thy The pastor and members
Mack and congregation of in our prayers. Sis. Ella Maddox will leave herdmen, for we be brethren." were honored Sunday night
New Macedonia M. B. Church for Riceborough, Ga., Fridayto This verse from the Book of with a visit from the presi-
attend the funeral of her sis- CHAPEL AMERev dent of the Ministers and Dea-
will be in charge of services. Genesis is part of the Lesson-
CHRISTIAN H. M.Salmon,pastor cons Union. Rev. I. S. Clark
There will be a Western- ter. Condolences may be sent Sermon titled "Reality" to be ,
style Party at the home of FELLOWHSIPRev. in chare of her at H. G.Coop Hattie Humes,reporterThe read in all Christian Science Sr. The Union will convene at
er's Funeral Home, Darien, Fourth Quarterly con- churches Greater New Bethlehem M. B.
Brother and Sister Albert Roberts -
P. S. Brown, pastorM Ga. ference of the West Miami' Church, 422 NW 40th St. Rev.
309 6 NW 65th St.,Saturday L. Nixon Many businessmen fear
night. This Is being spon- Let us continue to spread District was held, Sunday, making a wrong decision in C. H. Smith, pastor
pastor wishes to thank: at the church. Rev. H. J. Ben- Saturday is
sored by the Jr. Church. sunshine to our sick, shut-ins [ their work. But goalsbasedonan Missionary Day.
the members for their splen- and bereaved families. son presiding. This was our understanding of God leadto The president Sister Iris Wil-
did cooperation with the Vow last quarter, for the year and 1 right decisions.ListenSun- liams is asking all members
Leaders. everyone asked for the returnof and matrons to with her.
ST. NICHOLAS day, 'Sept. 29, at 1:45 p.m. to go
The Deaconess Board will 1 our pastor.
TEMPLE BAPTIST "Making Right Decisions on Remember the sick and
have a Name Party Friday, Remember the sick and the Job." WMBM shut-ins in our prayers.
OnSundaySept. 22, at 11:00: Sept. 27, at the home of Sis. Rev. L. A. Thompson, pastor shut-ins. You are welcome to
\). a.m. the universal Shrine of Sallie Collins. Refreshmentswill ; Elsie Douglas, reporterThe our service.
Divine Guidance Church, Coconut be sold. The person having president, officers and ANTIOCH USHERS RAISE I
Grove. The Most Rev. the longest name will receive members of Choir No. 1 wish $2,120.29The
Nicholas A. Derrick, D.D., a prize. You are cordially to express appreciation to the ST. LUKEThe
O.S.B. was elevated to the dig Invited to come out and various singing groups who president and mem- Jessie Hill, Lonnie Floyd and
nity of Archbishop of the West enjoy the fun. appeared on our anniversary Women's Day committee bers of Usher Board No. 1 are Ullassee Mason. Jessie Hill,
Indies, and the West Indian Ca- The second Sunday in October program, also the Missionary is sponsoring a Mock Wo- indeed grateful to Antioch the president, was declared -
tholic Church, Inc. By his will be Youth Day. They Society thanking the various men's Day, Oct. 7, at 8 p.m. members and friends who the winner, reporting the
Eminence Mark A. C.Karras, are preparing an interestingprogram. Missionary Society and the i The speaker for the evening helped to make their 34th an- amount $345.00.. Recognitionwas
D.D., C.G.S.C., Count ofAyla, Our young aauitchoir Liberty Saving Club for their will be Mrs. Cor ine Stokes niversary celebration a great given to Floyd for report-
and assisted by the Most Rev. invites all who wish to participation on the i r anniversary Greene, who will speak on success. ing $150.00 and Mason for reporting -

George F. Ehrllne, D.D., Join them to please meet Sa- program. the theme: Christian Women- Rev. W. E. Sims, pastor of 11500.
P.CT of the American CathoUc turday night at the home of Sunday, Sept. 29, the Wo- Jesus Can Use our Smallest New Hope Baptist, deliveredan The No. 1 Choir of Antiochand
Church, Apostolic Episcopal Sister Barbara Holland for rehearsal men's Day committee will 1 Talent. The public is invited to informative message. The the No. 2 Choir of St. Mat-
in the presence of a dual and further organiza- sponsor their annual Tea at the i attend this affair. choir of Triumph Church of thew Freewill Baptist will be

congregation tion.Pray church. All are invited. Mrs. Annie B. Sullivan, Brownsville rendered the in a battle of songs Sunday,
George H. Sturrup, secre- for the sick and afflicted Don't forget to pray for all L chairman, Rev. p. W. Williams music. Sept. 29, at 3 p.m.

tary. everywhere. the sick and shut-ins. pastor. A contest was staged among: Rev. P. W. Wiggins,pastor.

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E11r Rev.Alice W.GREATERNEW Irving K. Smith BETHEL, reporter, pastor I Who Said The IWas -Dead? I I

Saturday Dinners at will the be church sold all in behalf day I By REV. J. E. S. RAY program of the Honorable East 40th St., Cleveland 0. "batters," while Marcus Gar- .

of Men's Marcus Garvey to the peoplein 44103, USA, Is the American vey came to bat while the bases

There will Day be a sale at the YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio The emphases of the "Africafor headquarters, it Is logical the were loaded. He was followedby
anroad"phase will be held there.
home of Deacon and Sister Youngstown Division of the the Africans meeting James R. Stewart and Hon.
1 ,re,Y Donnell Saturday night for the Universal Negro Improvement of the movement;and his Rev. Ray was the Instigator of Pres. General Bennet. Three

benefit of the Jr. Choir. Association and African Com- enunciation of his sixteen point public relations In the UNIA years ago Wilson came to bat.

The Pastor Aid Club invites munities League of August directive to rebuild and reclaim and scores of other local, na- He said, "now it is up to us to

you to a Tea at the home of 1929 of the World, Incorporated former Dvisions chap tional and world organi- win the game of Negro rightsIn
Deacon and Sister Donnell was host to the annual ters, clubs and units of the association zations. He was first appointed general the world over."

1960 Washington St., Sunday, convention of the organization were noted throughout by the Hon. James R. Ste- LADYCRYOROFFICIATES

afternoon.The founded by the Honorable Mar- the meeting. wart, Immediate successor to

Jr. Choir will celebrate cus Garvey,over the week end. the founder, the Hon. Marcus
-I-- The Hon. Mayor Carl Bur- The Hon. Rev. Mrs.Mamie
their During the general mass Garvey. The appointmentswere
Bishop M. T. Wheelers and anniversary the second conceeded most Cryor, Chicago, Ill Interna-
meeting Sunday afternoon, the ton Stokes was approved by th council.
E. Wheelers Sunday In October. Sister
wife Mother C. tional
his of organizer president
and noted
Mumford is group evolved itself Into a outstanding Mayor REVIVED NEGRO RIGHTS
along with their congre- asking all parents becauseof of tho Chicago division spoke
to please committee as a whole and the world today, not During the mass meeting ,
gation wish to express grati- cooperate to help his race alone but becauseof on the theme,"Let's go home"
make the unanimously gave the Honor- ; presided over by the Hon. Mrs.
tude to the many Miamians who anniversary a success able Vernon Wilson of Chicago his "keep Cleveland cool," Adda Hurtt, lady president of and llted the offering.

joined them in the grand open- Usher Board No. 4 invites fourth president general of and the progress being made Divison No.908,of Pittsburgh, The mass meeting was
15 at the Light-
ing on Sept. of, Deliverance you to a Tea the fifth Sundayin the organization, a rising ova- toward rehabilitation, redevelopment Pa., the original declaration opened by the Hon.G. E.Clark,
house Temple tion for his outstanding lead- of the blighted of the Negro Bill of Rights, high chancellor and Youngs-
September at the church ,
54th St.
1205 NW ,
Church, from 4-6 ership; expressed high com- areas and riot torn sections ol adopted by the first interna- town division president who
Wheelers are inviting p.m.
ami. The Let us for mendation of the outstanding, the city, as well as the innovations tional convention of August,, presented the Mistress of
to pray our pastor
dynamic administration of his general administration 1920 by representatives of all Ceremonies Hon. Mrs. Adda v
attend the services nightly, Rev. Smith, who is confinedin
Christian Honorable Carl BurtonStokes, particularly the I the Negro countries of the, Hurtt, lady president of divi-
God is on the move, workingin Sr., Mayor of the City of scope of his Cleveland nov r Marcus:
miracles signs and won- Choir No. 1 is in charge of world, with the Hon. sion 908, Pittsburgh. Major
the Sunday School Auxiliary Cleveland; and appreciation program. Garvey presiding, was read l G e n era 1 Edward Garrett,

ders through the Bishop class Sunday. the Honorable G. E.Clark, by Hon. Mrs.Roberta Bennett,, Cleveland, quoted, "That old
Wheelers who has experienced BTU is held every Sundayat president, officers and mem- During the Council sessionsof : secretary general widow of the flag of mine,the red,black and
through fasting and prayer 6:30 p.m. bers of the Youngstown Divi- the body, they planned to Invite third president general of the green." and spoke of the principles -

forty days and nights. The sion for their bountiful hospi- the leaders of CORE, Association.In of the universal Negro

power of deliverance if you are tality, and the informative; SCLC, NAACP, SSNNC, and his message to the Ne- Improvement Association and

in need of prayer let him pray ST. AGNESFt. constructive arrangement of other National civil Rights groes of the world,through the African Communities League,
deliverance in your life.Bringthe the program. groups to meet at such time convention mass meeting, the which are based on the same

sick, and watch God heal Lambert L, Sands, rector The manner which Presi- and place, most convenient,to Hon. Vernon Wilson,president Ideals as Europe for the Europeans
them. dent General Vernon Wilson. confer on the Negro Civil general likened "Life as a ball and Asia for the Asia-

The Episcopal Churchwomen -. has presented his"Whereever Rights problems today. As the game. He cited Prophets tics with power to elect their

CHRIST EPISCOPALCanon Deanery meeting will be t You Are" Interpretation;>ftheBROWNSVILLE Cleveland Division, 133, 2200 I Moses, Daniel and Ezekiel as own leaders: etc."

held on Monday, Sept. 30 at

T. R. Gibson, rector Canterbury House, University; GREATER ST. LUKE .

Antoninette Silva, reporterThe of Miami. BAPTISTRev. Rev. A. Taylor, pastor \: '. .-f! ... \.f'';, _"7r..t t
financial drive is still Plans for our Annual Calendar F. L, Johnson, pastor Alfreva Taylor, reporterOur : .-\ .. :
on. The first reporting day will Tea are now being put into Elizabeth Wright, reporterWe pastor would like to .. i.J ; "

be Sunday, September 29th action. All of us are anxiously; are grateful to all who thank the many friends who ,. .

Mr. Culmer, who is in the con- awaiting this fabulous affair, made our Men's Day a suc- came out Sunday for the morn-
test held a cocktail hour at his On Sunday, Sept. 29, the Rt. cess. Special thanks to Rev.T. ing and evening services. li

home on Sunday at 4:00 p.m Rev. James L. Duncan, D.D Roddy and Rev. I. H. Readon, Saturday. Sent. 28. tho No.
Mr. Walker will have a Nightof will visit St. Agnes' Church dynamic speakers. 2 Choir Is sponsoring a dinner

Games at his home on Fri administer the Apostolic Rite The Pastor's Aid Club will sale at the church. Call 9871720 -

day night, Septmeber 27th, of Confirmation. This will beat sponsor a fish fry Oct. 11 and for deliveries.
Please join in on the fun and 10:45 a.m. 12 at the church. On the fifth Sunday In this

support one of the worthy men Our Winter schedule of ser- Brother Arthur Clark, morth Rev. Bernard Rusher k-- R
The Division of Christian vices returns, beginning this: president of the BTU needs will render services In behalfof

Social Relations held a thr.eeday Sunday, with Low.Mass at 7;3ia.m. your' support on Sunday at 6 the pastor's AidClub, ,fea- -
seminar at Camp Wingman and High Mass and Ser- turing the Jr. Professionals of GREATER NEW BETHLEHEM I

last week. Mrs.VernekaSilva,, mon at 10:45 a.m. P.m.To our sick and shut-ins, Greater St. Luke.

secretary of Christian Social Visitors are alwayswelcome remember that God Is still Let us continue to pray for 420 N. W. 40thStreet
to worship with us. the sick and shut-ins and our
Relations Diocese of South
watching over you. Rev. C. H. Smith, pastor
in the services.
Florida, Episcopal Churcl WARDS DAY AT There will be a Musical program boys Minnie Hunter, reporter
women was in attendance wit at the church Sunday, at
Bishops James Duncan and MT. OLIVETTEThis 8 p.m. CORINTHThe Welcome Minister's and f
William Hargrave and seventeen Deacon's Union of Seaboard

other priests of the< Sunday Is Wards Day; CALVARY women will terminate Baptist Association of Floridato r

diocese. The purpose of this and the members are asked their Women's Day, Sunday, convene with us September

division is to sponsor special contact their deacons and give Rev. S. Atchison, pastor Sept. 29, our theme:"Wisdom 26-29.

projects to better community him their full support so that Phyllis Beal, reporterTo Knowledge, and UnderstandingIs The local program on

relations. he might make a good showing the many visitors, participants the Key to Success in our Thursday night will feature
Sincere Sympathy is extended in the wards contest. and friends we would World of Today." Refresh- talents from all over the city

to the Dupuch family for Sunday is also Promo- like to take this opportunity to ments will be served all day..and promise to be a night long Ifr

the loss of their aunt and to tion Day in the Sunday School, thank everyone for helping to You are cordially Invited. remembered in the hearts of

the Sands for the loss of their and all students are asked to< make our Men's Day programa Choir No. 1 would like tc our visitors and members.

daughter. be present and on time.A program success. And a special thank all choirs and groups for. Thanks to Rev. Jenkins for
has been prepared and thanks to Rev. Jackson, and+: their cooperatlonon our musical such a spiritual sermon and --- --- -- -- -

we ask the entire membership] Rev. Stephens for thos In- program Sunday afternoon,our friends and members for REV. C. H. SMITH

EBENEZER to come out at 9:45 a.m. Our spring messages. Sunday afternoon will be the I making our rally on last Sunday Prayer Is the only answer, I
pastor is still on vacation ani Please pray for the sick and crowning of Miss Corinth ol r a success. let us continue In prayer.
Rev. A. D. Hall pastor
our guest speaker this Sunday; shut-in. '68, at 3 p.m. You are wel-
E. Ingram, reporterThe who Prayer meeting every
will be Rev. H. Robinson, come.
Annual Women's Da)r has been with us on several oc1 Thursday night. Rev. M. L. Paschal, pastor BROWN'S CHAPEL TESTIMONIAL DINNERThe
has b e e n organized and was::
casions. Sis. Carolyn Ector, reporter. Rev. J.E. Brown pastor matron's of St. John
launched last wit!:
on Sunday
Ward No. 1 will have din- Sis. I Jackson, reporter Baptist Church, 1328 N.W. 3rd
Mrs. Ollie Mae Ross, as FIRST
; ners at the church this Satur- SHILOH BAPTIST Ave invite your presence with
chairman, Miss Ressie Ma': call 373-0642 and On Sunday we were blessed Preaching service for the them in celebrating their 15th
Bass and Mrs. Louise Wood day, to receive one member. Rev. A. M.Griffin,pastor Revival Meeting will begin on
orders. Annual Testimonal Dinner
bury serve as co-chairma:1 place your Cheryl English, reporter after the Fifth ,
pastor are still In the YMCA, 577C Monday night
Mickins 27th
Rev. L C. Friday, September :
and Mrs. Margaret Clark, NW 15th Ave. You are invited! Sunday the Pastor Is askingthe Sunday. Rev. W.M. Boyd,from have been"
secretary. This the women entire church to accompany p.m. many prizes
year to worship with us. Albany Ga., is revanalist. awarded to members of long
are making pledges, There will be no service this him to Ebernezer Bap- Usher Board No.l will observe -
which will be paid out by th! Sunday, because our pastor tst Church of Hallandale, at their anniversary the and faithful service
Prizes will be awarded at
termination of Women's Day, FIRST BAPTIST will attend the Minister's and 3 p.m. Rev.O.W.Foster,pas 4th Sunday of October you and this time, the the public and

Nov. 24. D e a c on' s Union at Greater tor.Rev. yours are Invited. members.
In the recent Men's Day,th pastor New Bethlehem Baptist F. L. Johnson and con The Nol Choir is having a
: Rev. W. M. Davis, Reservations is $2.00 Mrs.
financial report up to this dat Church. gregation will be here the sec- sale party at the home of Dec. ,
Donella Turner reporter
Cora McCloud is reporter and
is $3,650.42. You are Invited to attend ond Sunday In next month at M. Ludlow, at 1236 N.W. 60th Rev. T. Johnson Is minister._
On Tuesday night the Steward -. Sunday, the Emerald Lodge I service with us this firstSun- 3 p.m. street apt. 2 In behalf of Wo-
Boards will be chargE! No. 457 will celebrate their. day. Let us remember the boys Let us not forget to visit and men's Day you are invited.
of class meeting. Worshipping Master's Anniversary -. fighting in Vietnam. pray for the sick and shut-ins. "Any wh.,. in the world

Rev. W. M. Davis:I you wont to go"71CKHS J

will deliver the sermon. DAVIS AND RAYAPPOINTED COSTNOMO&E&T
The General Business:I

SECOND BAPTIST meeting will Thursday, Your ITO '
askIng The Hon. Joseph Campbell
Sept. 26. The pastor Is !
11111 PinkstonDrive Davis, 27, of 7700 Woodland
Rev J. A. Ferguson,pastor all members to bepresenat t Ave., Cleveland a native of Sy- MORE PROFITS & PRESTIGE TurEL 411/ltlU 4

You are invited to attend a L this meeting. lacauga, Ala, was appointed
t The Deacons and Deaconess COULD BE ADVERTISING \ "Your Neighborhood Trawl _
Carnival at Second BaptisChurch ; Commissioner of Districts 8

Saturday, Sept. 28 wish to thank their all their anniversary friend r and 10, by the president gen- YOUR BUSINESS IN Ag.nt. ..

beginning,at 12 noon. Then; for making eral, and the Rev. Joseph Eu- : .1.. n.or to you as your (
will be fun for young and old., a success.To gene Solomon Ray,2263 .40th '. It C m iAi1 lt .h1r i tolopkono. Glvo u. a call. .
Come out and enjoy'rides all the sick and shut-ins, St., Cleveland was reappointed tfo dot ..,. 1104 NW 3rd. :
recover. And tc) PR 9-8451. Cho.. C.
soon Av
may you CALLUS TODAY! .
treats and goo die s.Advanced public relations coordinator ,
come and I North Monogor.
tickets are 11 for _$1.00,. our visitors, for the world movement. ff

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r 26 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 27, 1968

Round AboutTalk

t1 war rrp SAYS


YORK-MAN ABOUT TOWN . Jazz drummer Louis
B e 111 s on in New York(from the West coast) with all of his +
business set-ups, so that he and his wife, Pearl Bailey can be 4
together while'she stars in the broadway play "Hello Dolly"
. .Butterfly McQueen of the famous(Clark Gable) film "Gone
With the Wind" fame looked like a teenager at 58, and star-
ring in the broadwaystage hit play"Curley McDimple," going e
into its second year. Butterfly is doing eight performancesa p r

week . England's No. 1 female singing star, Shirley l1T I ; i
Bassey a smash at the "Empire Room" . Big Jim Brown
(former Cleveland Brown football ace) receives $500,000 per t
picture and he's a beginner ?Brown's latest to be releasedsoon
is "100 Rifles" co-starring pretty Raquel Welch . Py When
Sidney Poitier received 35,000 dollars for "Defiant Ones"
with Tony Curtis ?by the way, the Tony Curtis' are expect-
ing a new baby any day now . Remember James Edwards, i
the first black actor to break thru' film-land starring roles
right after "World War n" . Edwards was a great actor, I
but advanced for the time.Sidney Poitier followed him and __ __ ,_ ___w___ __ ._ .. ____ _
the rest is history . Thousands of congrats! to our first
to Merits, Brig. Gen. Frederick Davison of Washington, D.C. NATIONAL NEGRO BEAUTY PAGEANT Appearing on NBC-TV's
He's the third black general of the United States The other program "For Blacks Only" in Chicago are: (top from left) Corene Ramsey,
two are the Ben J.Davis'-father and son . NY Traffic Com- Judging Chairman; Sammestein Love, "Miss Chicago 1968"; two Chicago Want
missioner Henry Barnes died Sept. 16,in his office at the age contestants. (Bottom from left) Warner Saunders, host on "For Blacks only";
of 61, heart attack. . Sarah Vaughn drawing them in at th e
Rainbow Grill. Dianne Wilson; Deborah Heflin, also in contest; Daddy O'Daylie, Chicago
'f.. V. star and Lena Taylor Bryant.



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ROUND ABOUT TALK , Vernell Evans,(Collie) 900 Dumont \ i i (
Ave., Bklyn., returned from Nassau,Bahamas,where she
visited her big daddy, Gilbert Collie of Cooper Terrace. Her t '1' 4
biggest moment was the meeting of Sidney Poitier when he .
was invited to dinner at her family's home . Kim Weston,
that pretty sultry singer, really dressed up the Joey Bishop I i
TV show Sunday night ?George Wilkerson on Madison Ave.
and 50th St. dressed in a British tweed suit. (Very distinct)
. Yvonne Bethel attending Shaw University in North Carolina -l p_._
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(Raleigh) . Edward "Stanley" Wright back to Shaw ; 1
Univ., where he is attending on a four year scholarship . .,
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His second year, where he is a basketball star . Teddy r :
f "i a "l-
Roberts (NY's top barber)Just completed a new course in Afro I[l..1.. ". hairstyling . "Will be home for Christmas."
Reuben J. Patton, standing at right, prepares to respond to award presentation -

TEEN TALK AND SOUL MUSIC SURVEY . A note to by William Kelly, vice president of National Business League. At
Stanley Sweeting . Please write in your column, "the year right, partly hidden by rostrum, is Mayor Carl Stokes of Cleveland. com
that Cracker Johnson was killed in Miami. Thanks a fan . .
Elizabeth Daniels (St. Albans NY) dedicated, James Brown's
"Say JtLoudrm Black And Fm Proud." . To pretty Dora Black food Distributor
thy Lee (Carol City) of Hampton Inst., Va., It'sDiana Ross
and the Supremes' "Somethings you Never Get Used To" . .
To Lillie Mae Lewis, 131 Coleman St., Ft. Lauderdale, we Is Businessman of The YearReuben 1
dedicate "You're All I Need.MarvinGayeandTammie) . .
This Is Scoop Bethel saying,"time and tide wait for no man" J. Patton, the first special program of expert Huston Peanut Company of
C-U-NX-WK. ]black man to own and operatea training and technical assis- Columbus, Ga..a wholly owned
wholesale food distribution tance rendered to local small subsidiary of General Mills.
company on the East Coast, businessmen. The Tom Huston firm produces
MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE was named Businessman of the Mr. Patton, who is best many varieties of potato
MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY Year at the recent 68thAnnual known to New Yorkers as the chips, peanuts, candies
Convention of the National guiding force behind the pop- and other party time snacks.
APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU. Business League in Cleveland, ular "Mayor of Harlem"campaigns Uptown Products,established -
THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE. Ohio and elections under the less than two months ago,
PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM! Mr. Patton, a member of the Localtiy Mayors Committee of is now operating with eight
New York Chapter of the Na- Greater New York, is head delivery vehicles and fourteen
tional Business League, be- of the Uptown Associates full-time employees, most of
WE'VE MOVED!!! came the second New York Company of 200 W. 135th St., whom are black or Puerto
enterpreneur to win the ward; a marketing, merchandisingand Ricans receiving accelerated
Magic City the first was the late Joseph public relations firm he training i as route deliverymen. -

Operating the Citgo Service Station Davis, director of the Carver established twelve years ago. .
NEW Federal Savings and LoanAs- The firm currently numbers The distributing companyhas
LOCATION 1501 NW 62 St. sociation.The among its clientele such out- executive offices and
award, a handsome en- standing companies as East- 2,300 feet of warehouse spaceat
NEW 696-6400 graved plague, was presentedto man Kodak, Con Edison of New 2306 First Ave. near 118th
PHONESERVING Mr. Patton by Mr. Williamof York, New York Telephone, St., and has newly acquired a
the League, "in recognition General Baking, Ward Foods second warehouse at Pleasant
THE BROWNSVILLE DOWN- of your outstanding small International, Italian Swiss Ave. near 117th St. affordingmore 5751
TOWN COCONUT GROVE AND LIBERTY business operations, com- Colony Wines, American Ex- than 5,000 feet of space.
CITY: AREAS) munity participations and press, "21" Brands, Pills- Mr. Patton explained that
active concern for the cause of bury, White Rose, Sealtest his operation consists essen-
the small businessman." Foods, Tom Huston Peanutsand tially in purchasing the 40-
AUTO INSURANCE The National Business the Buick Division of Gen odd products of the Tom AmVWEPE
League was founded in 1900 eral Motors. Huston Company and thensel-
by Booker T. Washington. The climactic feat of Mr. ling them through Uptown
'fl N'N+NSmus**"<
r FIN ANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY Berkeley G. Burrell of Wash- Patton's bright business Products at a mark-up of from
ington,,D.C.president,and Dr. career has been the establish 25 per cent to 35 per cent to
F.D. Patterson of New York, ment of the Uptown Products retail outlets. His initial Investment -
MQHTHLY fAYMtHf tUH chairman emeritus,signed the Corporation, a whole sale distributorship was approximately
SERVICE FIRST award to Mr. Patton. expected to gross $30,000, Mr. Patton said. DUALITY
The honoring of Mr. Patton more than a million dollars a FftESHNB-S
INSURANCE AGENCY was called "entirely fitting year in its first year of opera- AND
4WHW 7th AVENUE and wall WB tf'by Mrs.RoseM. tion.Mr.
Browse director of theNe Patton operates the new' r :: -I

JIM UVENSOM. Ow* r Phon. 635.7507 York Phis of the League's company as the sole distributor -
"Project Outreach," a of the products of the Ton


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4400 NW 7th Avenue
my Earl Edwards, Prop. Public Accountant
Tailor Income Tax NotaryPhoN
The Ghetto Situation GOOD CLOTH 5264 N W 24th AvenueS.

I live within the walls of the ghetto r m stoned by agonies others never know. UPHOLSTERY Bookkeeping. L.. McNEAL& Tax Service
I plead to the world to heal my wounds and I'm told the time Is coming soon, PANTS $10.95 up 5509 NW 7th Avenue 1730 NW 57th Street
Although I feel I cannot wait for the time at hand is very late. 1080 NW 54th Street 759.8907 69L2114

My brothers rebell because of want and pain and by men of laws are beaten and slain. ASK CUSTOMERS
With blood and tears we helped build this land and was guaranteed all the rights of man. Ed Bridges REALTORS PWUa FLORIST

Jimmle I Beacham BROWN,REALTY ..,
find us in the dust for to Vernon Rolle 4740 NW 7th Avenue Misrbeta.. I
But always you pleading equality come to us. Jame. Wanca 754.0655
I watch the word with "rtnid wealths, while friends and neighbors suffer ill healths. James Dixon

You say get an education pull youself up, I say theres an empty lie buts fill her up.I Frank Edward Blue Blue
Philip Bethel SAVE UP TO 40%

say give me liberty or give me death, You say you're a militant lower.your breath. Aaron Wiley ON 4340 N.V. 7th Avenue
Out of evil must come good, after the tear gas death still stood. Harry Robert Cochran Reed Auto InsuranceLiability MUml., FI"M,
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The Bethune Cookman College Wildcats will meet the Mack, Marietta Ga.,Samuel Anderson, Pompano.2nd row: Jamin, Belle Glade; Sylvester Walters, Newark, N. J.; Na-
't9 Morris Brown College Wolverines, Atlanta, in the season's Charles Barnes, Ft. Lauderdale; Alfred Hayward, Jacksonville thaniel Ross, Atlanta; Ronald Milton, Punta Gorda; Charles

opener at Daytona Beach, Saturday night September 28, at 8 ; Sylvester Davis, Pompano; Ralph Wise, Miami; Tracy Davis, Pompano; Willie Hannah, Leesburg; William Player,
p.m. The Wildcats shown above from left to right front row: Noble, Fort Pierce;William Rivers, Kissimmee;James Lowe, Miami. Back row: Charles Brooks, Homestead, Pa.; Maulty
William McMillian, Pompano; Jimmy Jackson, Jacksonville; Phenix City, Ala.;RooseveltCooper, Miami;Timothy Wallace,
Moore Brooksville Johnny Allen Winter Park Johnny Orr
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Alvin Jacksonville Kenneth Clewis Delray Stanley Phillips Pompano Walter Frazier, Wauchula
Wyatt, ; Taylor, Pompano; ; ; ;
Miami John Smith St. Petersburg Ronald Blackshear Miami
Wright, Hastings; Ronald Hill, Daytona Beach;Anthony Grisby, Albert Wright, Miami; 3rd Row: Larry Hill, Daytona Beach; ; ; ;
Delray; Lamar Hardaway, Atlanta; Wilber Harrison, Atlanta; Emory Blake, Sanford; James Peterson,Daytona Beach; Alvin Alfonso King, Marietta Ga.; Ernest Swift, Apopka; Charles
Charles Branch, Daytona Beach; James Berry, Delray; Wins- Copeland, Atlanta; Conzell Floyd, Winter Haven; Willie Ben- Walker, Belle Glade; Elijah Richardson, Moultrie, Ga.

.. with Celtics" Pay Russell

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1 UMYTIME" I $400,000BOSTON.

fi '- .-Boston Celtics' months of negotiation between
t F '- ,..-. Player-Coach Bill Russell his attorney and Celtic General
signed a new two-year con- Manager Red Auerbach.
By PHIL DIXON tract Monday for "in the Auerbach said th contract
I BY HARRY SPEAR J neighborhood" of $400,000.
calls for the 6-10 center "to
receive in the neighborhood of
DOLPHINS LOOK FOR BETTER DAY Russell, who may have become $200,000 for each year."'The
YEAR OF UPSETS? the highest paid playerIn Associated Press reported the

Consistent with th schedule-maker's plans to have them This past week set the pace for what could be a year of upsets professional sports history agreement actually providesfor
face most of the best in the early weeks of the campaign, the as far as football is concerned. when he signed the contract, slightly more than$205-
Miami Dolphins will face the Kansas City Chiefs this coming Tve said it before;but a local coach said it most dramaticalyin said the agreement had been 000, including salary and
Saturday night, October 12th tussle against Buffalo. the Orange Bowl last Thursday night before about7,000fans reached Sunday following fringe benefits.
i Coach George Wilson's Dolphins opened the 1968 campaign "We came to play." Coach Traz Powell, a 20 year vet-
against Houston, last year's EasternDlvision,and lost eran of the,football,wars (as head coach), made everyone take -
24-10. Then came Oakland, the 1967 champions,and in a high- notice, that his rams are here to win games over all comers. ;;
scorer, Miami was beaten 47-21. And now the Kansas City After a slow first quarter the Rams turned their secret wea-
Chiefs, runners-up a year ago in the Western Division, and the pons on the mighty Stingrays of Miami High.Cleve Parrish,
1966 titlists, come to the Orange Bowl. Ermon Lane and Bennie Holmes,ran through and by the stingsfor
Rookie Gene Milton also set two individual records. .. most a 14-7 history making victory.Between the three of them,
kickoffs returned, six for the most yardage, 204 yards. The they gained almost 300 yards on the ground. can offer but one
speedy Milton was also used as a receiver, and caught two comment, "the Rams came to play, and played they did."
passes for 32 yards. While the Rams were making history in the Orange Bowl, it i\T
the Bulls of Northwestern were in a dog fight (rain and all) .
COACH POWELL'S AMAZING MAYS with Miami Central at the J.C.Stadium.Central tried to hang 'PI't
on for a moral victory; but Larry Lightfoot slipped behind the : \ f
Coach Traz Powell and his coaching staff have done won- defensive safety and hauled in one of Ray Boswell's passes for
ders with the small school they have towork with to defeat a the game's only score. I't
high ranking Miami High by a score of 14-7. Miami High, for Friday night saw Cholly Charlie, display the 19 68 Hurri (
many years has been the leading team throughout the stateof canes. What a machine. The 'Canes can score from anywhereon I ;Uf!!
Florida until Coral Gables came along these past few years.I the field and I think they can hold anyone any place on the POST RING v "' REMATCH: Theirboxingcareersorerbutthelrfriendship /.JIU

am not belittling Miami for the season is Just starting, yet field. Tate has so many weapons, you don't know which one he still continuing, ex-Heavyweight and Light heavy-
they were outplayed by a smaller school. Three of the boys will use next.Saturday weight champions Ezzard Charles (right) and Archie Moore
who shined so well with their running and tackling were Cleve saw the Dolphins show up for a game with last clasp hands in a friendly post-ring meeting in Chicago recently -
Parrish who sprinted 77 yards around end for a second period tube said about
year's A. F. L. champions. more a More, now a representative of the Boys Scouts of
touchdown, Ermon Lane slipped by a pack of Miamians for 41 game that had to be played. I don't know who arranged the America is one of a host of ex-ring champions, including
yards for the second touchdown, and that was all they needed schedule; but someone don't like the Dolphins. You can't playa former heavyweight king Joe Louis, who will participate in a
for their well earned victory.Bennie Holmes,a defensive back, 'schedule like this and come out smelling like roses. benefit luncheon for 'Eu' in Chicago Oct. 27. Charles
along with Frank Johnson, a tackle, and the rest of the boys Saturday also saw Florida struggle over Air Force 23-20; heavyweight champ from 1949-51, is currently undergoing,
all'played a whale of a game,this was the first time in historythat and Florida State Maryland.My for
run over therapy multiple sclerosis in Chicago,where he now lives.
an all Negro team played an all white team, and there was last week's scorecard: High School 8-2; College 3-0; Others attending the benefit will include ex-champ Muhammed
discipline all around. After the game,Traz and his boys walk- A.F.L. 4-1; N.F.L. 44. Ali, Rocky Marciano and Tony Zale.- NPI Photo
ed across the field, shook hands with their opponents, pattedone The way I see them this week:
another on the back. This is what I call great sportsmanship HIGH SCHOOLS

and a great gesture.BELLAMY Hialeah over Central the Thoroughbreds are too strong.
Mays over ColumbusThe Rams are running. COLLEGES
LOOKS GOOD IN DEBUT Coral Park over South DadeSouth Dade still isn't ready.

Carol City over McArthur The Chiefs are seeking revenge Bethune Cookman over Morris Brown Close,but the Wildcats
Ray Bellamy proved he could play both offense and defensein Coral Gables over Edison Too much personnel. should hold on.

Miami's 28-7 victory over Northwestern the sophomoreend Miami High over Jackson The Stings have had their lost. Florida A&M over Allen No contest in the Rattler's Den.
did everything asked of him. He latched on to four of six Killian over Miami Beach Bad news for Beach. Florida State over Florida The Gators are not what they
passes aimed at him and twice felled Northwestern runners, Norland over North Miami The Vikings are coming. seem to be.
one after a n Interception and once on a punt return. He provedhe Miami Springs over Palmetto A easy one for the Hawks. Miami over Georgia Tech. Charlie uses another
could go both ways if needed and not only established his South West over Key West The Eagles feast. weapon.
credentials as a pass receiver but showed great potential on PROS
defense. With his speed, sure talking and ability to snag flying A.F.L.
fo an even greater pass catching end. Junior Collegian Kalina the eleventh round. Kansas City over Miami
hopped into the UM record book in his very first game. as his The other seven released outright were Robert Doutax Boston over Denver
140 yards on passes caught was the most yards ever gained bya (Louisville), Joe PangrazioXavier), Bryan Phillips(Valdosta New York over Buffalo
Miami pass received in one game and his seven receptionswas State), Ernie Sims (East Tennessee State), Henry Ster ken(Detroit Oakland over HoustonSan
the seventh best one game total. He caught seven of nine College), David Culliver (Youngstown State) and Bobby Diego over CincinnatiN.
fired at him. There were many other sparklers among the Anderson(Miami-Dade Jr. College North). F. L.
nearly 60 players who saw action against Northwestern.. but The ten rookies who survived Pollad's axe included Don
the fans,the scouts the experts came away with rave comments Sidle (Oklahoma), Dallas Thornton(Kentucky Wesleyan), Dan San Francisco over Atlanta
about Miami's mighty showing. Sparks (Weber State), Willie Iverson (Central Michigan), Baltimore over Pittsburgh .
Letson Plant (Valdosta State), Dick Miasek (Pan Ameican), Minnesota over Chicago
NINE PLAYERSCUT BY FLORIDIAN'SCoach Harry Singletary (Florida Presbyterian), Joe Portier(Albany Dallas over Philadelphia
n State), Ron Green (Vanderbilt) and Bob Benfield(West Vir- Green Bay over Detroit
Jim Pollard concluded a full week rookie and try- ginia). Los Angeles over Cleveland S .
out practice by cutting nine players from his squad, which now The nine returning veterans who reported to Pollard Sep New Orleans over St. Louis S
numbers 19. Those who tailed to last included two draft tember 23 are Don Freeman, Les Hunter, Willie Murrell, Washington over New York. ., ,, ,
choices, Al Knott of Cedarvllle (Ohio) College, number eighth Skip Thoren, Jim Dawson, Ron Perry, Dick Clark, Ron Koz- Bennie Holmes gets my vote for High School player of the
round pick, and Lyndall Conway of Albuquerque, selected in lick and Gary Keller. Week for his efforts against Miami High.U 4



THE MIAMI TIMES Friday September 27.. 1968 29
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1 Centralization of PowersST.

LOUB.-A walkout by At the convention, Innls, of "For the first time," he
dissidents at CORE'S recent New Yorkwaselected national said, "CORE is one team
convention threatens to split director, succeeding working together. We are
the black-power organization. Floyd B. McKIssick, Ussery, moving away from separate
of San Francisco was reelected little baronies."
national chairman.
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Innis also dismissed the Importance
The dissidents -
led by Chi-
Innis defended CORE'S new of the dissidents'
cago CORE Chairman RobertL.
Lucas constitution, which reducesthe walkout. The new constitution
are angered by the
organization's centralizationof autonomy of local CORE adopted by CORE specifically
chapters. advocates black nationalism.
powers which reduces the
authority of local CORE chapters


Open 7 Days-8 10 P.M.

j As Lucas put It: "Those of
us who walked out sawhowthe The Best For Less At

convention was successfully
sabotaged by a powerhungryand
glory-seeking faction In
CORE led by Roy Innis and un-
Continuing an NAACP practice of doing business with Negro banking der the silent consent of the f1'

institutions!! Roy Wilkins executive director, makes an initial deposit of national chairman."

$75,000 with the Freedom National Bank in Harlem. The new bank account

is expected to have an annual turn-over of about $1,200,000 per year. Accep- Lucas, who was replaced as

ting the check is Jackie Robinson, chairman of the bank's board of directors midwestern regional chairman -
Mr. Robinson said the NAACP by Donald Beam of Cleveland -
deposit is typical of themanner in which the'civil also charged that Wilfred

rights organization "has built the bridges across which many organiza- Ussery, national chairman, .3 R

tions and individuals have come to the status which they enjoy today." Among I "tried to pass a CORE national !

other present repositories of NAACP funds are financial institutions in New constitution to put the power In
York Los the hands of a few . on the
Chicago Angeles
Columbia, and Memphis., Philadelphia, Cleveland, Durham, Raleigh order of Elijah Muhammad and
Ron Karenga's style."



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I . Republican Pledges Support Of HumphreyIn I

an interview with the Miami Black continued, "beforethe Asked about his loyalty to the Democratic Party (party sympathetic to the needs of
Times, Lee Black, local Miami Beach convention, his former professor and his switching is not possible until black people. I know of a program
mortgage banker announced I was for rockefeller. But party, Black answered, "I after the elections). now getting help of the
that he cannot back Richard after hearing the party plat Iv ( share some views of his, but Vice President's Committeeon
Nixon's bid for the white form, I felt it was time to quit more of Dr. Gilbert Ware's Asked why he choose Hum- Equal Business Opportunity. -
house. the party for good." who recently resigned as phrey Black said, "He has ."
Said Black,"Black voters During the convention Black special assistant to Nixon's attempted every major program Black concluded, that he
must face up to the realism conferred with Wilt Chamberlain running mate, GOY.Agnew of or plan he ever proposed. would inform Maurice Ferre,
that the Republican Party has and Hampton Institute Maryland." Ware was also And I feel that black people Dade Chairman for Humphrey
decided to platform,campaign Professor Dr. Melvin Hum- Black's professor. can rest assured he would of his availability to assist in
surround himself with the type the Vice President's bid for
and win without the help of phries, both aides to Richard Concerning the Republican
black voters Nixon. Black was a student un- Party, Black stated "I have of appointees who would be the White House.
no reason to be loyal. I will
work as a Republican for Vice
President Humphrey, and
der Dr. Humphries at Morgan when Florida law permits I

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see. $20,500, $2,000 down, $127.74 month.
FULL PRICE $12,900 4932 NW 7th Ave.
.. ,t-Greater MIami I PL 9-4371 have an excellent selection of Waterfront' Hones
In various sizes and price, ranging, from $24,000.

Realty Inc. 16000 NW 27 Ave HOUSES & LOTS Asking $15,000.1066 NW 52nd St.
Zoned for Duplexes. Good church site.

624-3666 DUPLEX LOT 40'xl38'
PHONE: 444-6133 1
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lit and 2nd Mortgage supermarket? No investment CO.

15 for any purpose Con 371-6728. HARRY
OR LESS SI.50.l 5C
FOR EACH ADDITIONAL WORD struction or improvementloans. SCHERMER. Route

DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED.AOS TUESDAY 6 P..M. Consolidate your. Draperies taken down,
1 bills. cleaned, decorator folded and
FOR SALE FOR SALE TRI-COUNTY rehung. Lustra-tone Drapery while
Service 887-8022. (Indef)
641 W. Hallandale Blvd.
Like new, freshly painted inside 3 bedroo m, 2 bath, fenced nice room for a nice work- Hallandale.Miami phones training
Must be 21
or over
and outside
yard, walk to 7th Ave. FHA ing man. Phone 758-5097 after 945-4411 947.1002
hardwood floor, 3 bedroom, 1 price $14,000, $450 down. 5 p.m. or Have a wig party and win a and a resident of
bath CBS Florida room.Fenc- $93.56 month. TUBIN REAL- free wig. Call 754-5401 for in- theGreater

ed yard FHA $13,300, $300 TORS, 7906 NW 7th Ave. Ph. HIALEAH APARTMENTSNo formation. Miami
down. $89 month. Veterans or 691-4785. children. 1 and 2 bedroom Innumerable "TAKE" from (Oct.4)

displaced person $100 down apartments include refrigerator a home between 1st and Area

Atlantic and Pacific Realtors "NO QUALIFYING" and range, unfurnished, 23rd of August 1968. Apply in person at:
666-0111. 3 newly repainted water free. FOR SALE 301 NW 29th Street
CBS home Return Please!!!
in nice 1 bedroom rent I LOTS
$17 week
Pretty CBS 2 bedroom 1 bath area, a real buy, good down $69 per month 2 bedroom rent or I Important !business papers; $1,500.00 buys 50x140 lot. between 10 a.m.

Florida room, awning, fenced that payment includes with only$84 monthly $19 week or $79 per month. :, notes and record books-to: Have Business Lots and 3 p.m.

yard, beautiful landscapedacross by 1083 NW everything,drive Convenient to shopping and The Brownsville (Brown Need Money? See Baron Monday through Friday
the street from North- Fenster 76th St., then call working areas around Hialeah. : Sub)neighborhood. Between 538-1340

side Shopping Center.2 blocksto 8779. Realty, Broker, 759- Very quiet area, these are Avenues 29th & 30th; 48th
school. FHA $350 down $90 beautiful apartments. Hi Lo Terr. & 50th St. or to The --

month. Veterans or displaced Apartments, 2490 W 4th Ct., : Miami Times officeCHILDCARE .
person $100 down. Atlanticand LOW DOWN PAYMENT No.1, Hialeah, Florida Mgr. EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITYFOR

Pacific Realtors 666-0411 House for sale Opa-locka Mrs. Williams, 887-0763. LICENSED REAL ESTATE SALESMAN ..,
Bunche Park, 15830 NW 18th OR BROKER

Modern CBS bedroom 1 bath, ct. Pb. 587-1388Ft.Lauder- HELP WANTED WANTED The owner operator of the oldest establishedreal

Fla. room, carporte tile roof dale. (Oct. 11) estate office in the area wishes to retire.

hardwood floor FHA $350 Teacher Will sell or rent his fully equipped office to a

displaced down $90 person month. Veterans$100down.or First $250 down! Price $4850 OFFICE PORTER BUILDING wants someone to keep responsible party. For further information, call

for both houses! 5712 NW 4th ED CHARBONEAU
Good chance to
Atlantic and Pacific Realtors salary, earn 2Ji year girl. Preferably
666-0411. Ave., 371-6728. (Sep. 27) more money. All benefits. 45 EDISON REALTY REALTORS

hour week-afternoons. Must someone who keeps onlya 175 NW 62nd Street 751.2441

Sample dresses,cheap.Manufactory DUPLEX-FHA-HOT DEAL be bondable and furnish good few children.
635-7213. 345 NW 24 Large 2 bedroom, duplex with local work references. Inter-
Court. screened p o r c h tremen- ested applicants should applyat CALL: 696-2370
dous value, price $16,900. Florida State Employment FOR SALE BY OWNER
$700 down payment,don't miss Service, 46 SW 1st Street.
"FHA" this one. Drive by 820 NW 60 SMALL GROCERY STORE

2 bedroom plush Fla porch, St. Then call Fenster Realty, Dental Technician. Male or
fenced yard, large lot, hard- Broker, 759-8779. Female. Some denture experience Beer and Wine License
wood floors, close to schools, 538-0280. CHINCH BUGS
buses, etc., in city. Only $300 FHA, VAandConventionalCBS Prices Spray Service 2407 NW 54th Street

down plus closing costs. To like new, anybody canbuyif Bartender. Male 35-45. Ex- Power Spraying and
Vets only $100 down Don't qualifiedornon-qualifedand perienced. No mixing drinks. Fertilize $2,000 Will Handle'Phone

miss this one. Shown by appointment assume existing mortgage. Dixie Bar, 1497 NW 7th Ave. FOR FREE 633-9448
only. Call Fenster Midwest Realty, NE 5-8035. No telephone calls. IHSPECTIOHCALL :

Realty, Broker 759-8779. 5499 NW 27th Ave. (Oct.18)) 693-3527
Nice lady to live in.Free room
Member H.S.A.F.
GOOD INCOME PROPERTY Beauty Shop for sale or rent and board and small salary in Licensed
2 houses on 1 lot, tremendousvalue Fully equipped with five booths exchange for childcare 691- Insured GROCERY STORE

all furnished,this love- $300 down and$50 month.691- 0134. For Sale

ly CBS home has 3 bedroomsin 9072. (Oct. 4)) Rock Bottom Price ...
front and 2 bedroom housein Beautician wanted. Good location -

rear. Total price $15,000. '." .. Call 751-7449. or 691-. HELP WANTED Beer and Wine License v,,.. ,
$4,000 d own. Shown by ap- 9392. (Indef) Good Income Over $2,000 Per Week
pointment only. Call Fenster FOR RENTA MALE $3,000 Down Cash

Realty, Broker, 759-8779.' Salad.Sandwich.Griddl'men E-Z Payments
nice clean airconditionedroom
QUALIFYING for an adult in a private

2115 NW 56th Street home, use of the kitchen. 536 Must be experienced.Year PHONE: 635-3090 (TF)
Nice 2 bedroom home and gar- NW 47th Street. Baby and childcare can be round work. lib-

age. Newly renovated in and found at 1225 NW 55th st. Mrs.B. eral fringe benefits,
out. Real neat and clean. Only L. Roberson. 751-4708.
profit sharing plan.
$600 down. Move right in.Callus 2 bedroom, $22 week.2139 NW
for further information, wo 47th Terrace. Phone 373-7973 Parking space avail- Loaders, pullers, extractor operators. Good

have key to show. Fenster Mothers, mothers, if you are able. wages. Production bonus. Excellent com-

Realty, Broker, 759-8779. in private home for a looking for a clean home,good JUNIORS pany benefits, paid vacation, permanent job.

clean middle age working lady. food, experienced babysister, RESTAURANTSSee Must be 18 or over. Apply in mornings. No
691-0425. whom you can trust, call us. Mr. Pete between
FHA phone calls please.Ask for Mr. Findley, Na-
633-6607 Night 633-2002,
2950-52 NW 63rd St. Day 9:30: & 12 noon, 1:30 tional Linen Service 1950 NW 1st Avenue.
Prefer a man. To 633-2732. Free pickupandde- ,
This beautiful duplex only & 3 p.m. 2947 Collins
5-4805. (indef)
see call NE livery.
$12,000, 1 bedroom, 1 bath Ave., Miami Beach.
each side. A tremendous value -
Call for appointment to show. Juanitas' Kindergarten is now

Fenster Realty, Broker, 759- Neat clean room. Cooking open for pick up and delivery Flat work, feeders, folders. Good wages.
meals after 7:30
privileges or service further informa-
8779. .For Excellent benefits. Paid vacation
p.m. 691-7691-Days 691-0134 tion call OX 12350.. Mrs. company ,
-S permanent fob. Production bonus. Must be 18
A-11960 Lincoln. Fullpower Juanita Jackson. 27)
new tires. $475. Private Call Room for rent. 1419 NW 81st or over. Apply in mornings. No phone calls

Nick or Andy 226-2511. St. Nice couple. Child day care in my home. please. National Linen Service. 1950 NW

Your child will be given the 1st Avenue Ask for Mr. Findley.
OWNER Room r rent in a private best of care Phone 759-8335.

1370 NE MUST 150th Street SELL home PL 8-4164. 1081 NW 61 (Indef.) PAN AMERICAN

3 bedrooms 1 bath, close to St. Man. Infants and toddlers. Best of WORLD AIRWAYSThe
schools and 163rd Hopkins Hotel Training
Room, 8-9972.
Settled man or couplein ,care In my home. P.L
center. Make offer.J. .
home. Use 1--
air-conditioned ANNOUNCES
947-7571 World's Most
of house. Call 696-2198, after, Retired nurse will give your Experienced Airline The Opening ofWaiterWaitress
7:30 p.m. All day Saturdayand infants and toddlers tender NOW HIRINGSTEWARDESSES
3 fur-
bedrooms CBS fully
Sunday. loving care in her home. PL Class
nished air conditioned. Cash
(Sep. 27)
price $10,000.
1 and 2 bedroom apartments.
Thursdays through Sundays. Lights and water free. First t To Fly All TOTAL CLASS HOURS 180

two weeks paid in advance Six Continents. CLASS HOURS 9 A. M. 3:30 P. M.

6948 NW 5th AVENUE 1100 NW 79th St. in the rear. J

Beautiful 2 HOME AWAY Must be INCLUDES
large 2 bedroom, single minimum
bath CBS home with Florida Room, middle age man. Pre- FROM HOME 20. Height 513" to 5'9ft. ON-THE-JOB TRAINING AT
works during day Weight 105 to 140 Ibs. Good
room, plus another nice 2 bed- ferrable one I Tourist AccommodationsDo
and reasonable.Call health. Good vision. Must MAJOR MIAMI BEACH HOTELS
room CBS home in rear. FHA Nicequiet you have a friend or re- be high school graduate.
terms. No closing costs.Drive 759-3360. lavtive visiting? Beautiful Knowledge of a foreign
home for language. Next Class Starts Tuesday, October 1st
by the property then call or private rent.Dally
stop at Edison Realty,Realtor, Room In private home, for basis.Air cond.,wall/wall T MIAMI I INTERVIEWS For information call 371.7641

175 NW 62nd Street. 751-2441 clean working woman. 174C carl'dall utilities furn.Including Wednesday, Oct. 2' Room 1507
NW 49th St. Ph. 635-4078. garage, TV &
Phone. For interview appointment Lindsey Hopkins Educational Center .
MODERN CBS DUPLEX-FHA cell 1410 N. E. 2nd Avenue, Miami
furnished apartment, Call 9a.m.to5
1 CBS by Appoint.
price $12,500 $400 down.
no pets,,. 691.5283 Pan Am 637-2778
air-conditioned, p.m. or
$83.55 month. Near schools, Sponsored by Southern Florida Hotel and Motel Association -
deposit. Work ij! & Weekends: Miami Hotel and Motel Association,
shopping and 17th Ave. bus. Small Evenings An lUll Opportunity' Impleytr Greater
only $32 week.1350m 696.2538 and the Division of Vocational, Technical and Adult
TUBIN, REALTORS, 7906 NW couple (H20)) A Plan for Progress Education, Dade County Public Schools.
7th Ave. Ph. 691-4785. 52nd Street. Company

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