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4 INCOMPETENT TEACHERS TO BE fiRED :,,1




. ELDRIDGE WILLIAMS WILLIE WRIGHT Professional Practices FORD FOUNDATION


Commission To Act MAKES INVESTMENTNEW I

TALLAHASSEE. Guide- has been
questioned, she said.
lines for the grading of teach She said this reviewer's opin- YORK. The Ford to move closer to the heart of
ers are being developed the ion whether the teacher has Foundation, in a major policy the problem.
Professional Practices Com been meeting the minimum change directed at the nature The conventional market
r F mission to try "to weed out the standards would have a large and urgency" of the nation's values of profit and trrowth.
l Y grossly incompetent." part in whether that teacher social problems, announced Bundy said, will be outweighted -
Mrs. Edna Taitchairman of keeps his Job. Saturday aninitial$10millioninvestment by the "potential for high;
the committee that drafted the The proposed standards saya in Negro busi- social yield."
proposals, said the final stan teacher should be know- nesses and other social pro- "But" he said, "we hope
dards adopted by the commis- ledgeable in his subject field, grams now supported through that many of them (the invest-
sion will be used to evaluate ments will to be financially
t only including current develop outright grants.Foundation ) prove
the performance of a ment, and he should know the trustees author- successful as well.
\ teacher whose competency basic techniques of instruction ized the initial expenditures to The foundation's initial investments -
< been challenged. and grading.The investments in are:
1 provide ghetto
:: .. ..., 11\ "We feel that anyone who teacher should alwayslet businesses and such programsas A l-mllllon loan to the
-- - falls below these standards the student know what he is racially integrated, low- Congaree Iron and Steel Co.,
WILLIAM ROLLE CLIFFORD MATTHEWS consistently should not be in supposed to do and keep the income housing. Congaree, S. C., which has
teaching said."They student informed on whetherhe agreed to establish a trust fund
are an effort to weed out the is doing,it properly, the Foundation President McGeorge for its predominantly Negro
4 Get Dade SchoolAdministrative
grossly incompetent. We have standards say. Bundy said "we want work force.
been accused of protectingthem They say the teacher shouldbe to demonstrate that an inves- The Purchase of$1 million
JobsIn in the past." able to create interest tor can make money in black in shares of the Mutual Real
The standards should also among his students, making enterprise. In making this Estate Investment Trust of
help the individual by giving use of whatever facilities are break with our tradition, we Manhattan which specializes
a series bPnewtop appointments In another innovative move, him some idea of what is expected available, and the teacher are frankly hoping to give en- In racially integrated apartment -
in Dade County's the, sch ool board -- upon from him, Mrs. Tait should be able to keep controlof couragement to others"with housing.A 'T
school system, Eldridge F. recommendation of Dr. E. L. said.Commission his pupils. similar responsibilities. $300,000 purchase of nonvoting -
Williams has taken over duties Whigham, superintendent -- reviewers, Teachers should establish Much of the investment common stock in Pro-
in a key position as Director has created three new positions themselves teachers, .would person to-person communi- thrust, Bundy said, would be gress Enterprises Inc., organized -'
of personnel Policy and Administrative as school community as- be sent into the classroom to cation with students, according directed at developing businesses by the Rev. Leon Sullivan ,

___h.uu..Hd.d.Staffing. Con't on page 3 watch a teacher whose ability .to the.proposed_guidelinesby in the nation's: ghettos of Philadelphia. ,a Negro-L- ,

1 IIIIi.IIi1irI..ff.iIIm! .Ii!].@li!rillti IIi! l irr!! IIi i 11II! !!I i@ m111!! !1i!i !j! ,,..:;,..: each keeping individual careful pupil's track special of lotion"TO ,has, assisted ne salO,Negro"tneroun-and i
problems and special,potentialities Puerto Rican business at the and engaged in other business '
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.. .* ,edges . now it will be able \ventures
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LI Dyer Says Housing

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I 4 r x is*,, Six voter for the registration Nov. 5 general stations Problem Is One Of ColorInfuriated

*, election will be open between
*, by what he felt was lord now has"custom made"
now and Oct. 5.
*, Voters may register from the drifting away from the market for himself. One in
*, main purpose of the emergency which there is a shortage of
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Mondays,
*, meeting for correcting slum empty units and therefore ke
Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays -
conditions called by the Fla. (the landlords), can charge
*, ; and from 9 a.m. to 9p.m.
HotelandRestaurantCommission whatever the market can bid.
on Tuesdays and Thurs-
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.re *
Bernard N. Dyer
*, days, at these locations: He cited a 106 apartments
stated that the
basically
*, The Coral Gables City Hall, unit with rentals ranging from
problem in housing in the
Hialeah City Hall, Miami $24.50 to $30.00 per week
Liberty City Brownsville
Beach City Hall, North Miami which gave a rough gross Income -
area is a problem of skin
City Hall, North Miami Beach color." of better than$110.000
City Hall and at the Metro Justice a year, in spite of the many
He cited the fact that the
Building violations that
areonthisprot
chief cause of the overcrowded
wLJi: I perty.
: conditions in this area, was

the Urban Renewal Program, After the meeting, Dyer
: Dr. Edwin S. Shirley J Riot StudyCommittee along with the State Road Department stated his opinion on one suggested -
Program.In the central offer to help eliminatethe

All medical doctors in Dade County are kept pretty busy keeping up their pro- Negro district. housing problem. When
: fessional practice. But practice or not, Dr. Edwin S. Shirley closes hisoffice These two programs caused 'asked what do you think ofnospltality -
when the civil rights of his people are being threatened and gets into the fight. A -4 the displacement of more than h o u s e s?,He answered. \
iC shrewd and positive thinker, Dr. Shirley has met perplexing situations without4 Named 3.000families without the "This is ahaU-wittedplan
emotion, but with sound and responsable thinking -4 building of additional units to which does not address itself
Son of an Episcopal priest, Dr. Shirley was born on the Florida A & M campus "c Miami city commissioners house them. Because of this towards dealing with the two
'k in Tallahassee and earned his B. S. degreethere In 1942. He took a M. S. degree Friday named seven-man biracial cramming, he stated,the land- basic causes of evictions"

at Howard University in 1948 before getting his medical degree in 1952. committee to probe the
9' An active community worker, Dr. Shirley holds membership in scores of professional C August riots in the Liberty I :
k societies. He serves on the board of the Christian Hospital and Florida City area and to report back
iC State Tuberculosis and other Respiratory Disease Associations. He is a member ( to the commission with "fact f1n''L
iC of the Speakers Bureau of Chronic Chest Diseases,former member Dade County instead of fiction."
: Welfare Planning Council, life member NAACP,Chi Delta Mu Medical Fraternity Mayor Steve Clark said be
and Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity hoped the committee would egIF
iC He was named co-chairman Bi-Raclal Committee,Dade County schools in 1967 work closely with both the
.c and serves on the executive committee of the Dade County Community Relations i C State Attorney's office and the
.,c Committee. He received the Meritorious Service Award of the Dade-Monroe TB iiC president's Commission on
Association in 1967,Community Service Appreciation Award Justices of the Peace Civil Disorders. '
iC and Constables Association of Florida in 1967, and Special Recognition Awards The members are: Former Y *
I Iy'
1' from Dade County Department of Public Safety in Riot Prevention, and the Dade Circuit Judge Lucien Proby, &
K County Board of Public Instruction in School-Community Relations. Last month former Juvenile Judge Dr.Eten r
IC Florida A&M presented him the Meritorious Achievement Award. i( Sheppard, florist W.O.Perry,
iC Dr. Shirley's current interests lies in school-parent community relationships, clubwoman Mrs. Cornelia n

: police-community relationships, and county-wide unification of area civic and iIe Glenn, attorney Robert Ward,
community organizations. ..C Rabbi Sol Landau of Beth David
You can bet the Black community will be properly spoken for in these areas. Congregation and Catholic ,-

t MWIfgmn@limgi iiliilij r : [f0I: iliWM :lli ;: Archbishop C o 1 e man F, W 0 PERRY
:; :: : ; ri1jMIM@M! : ''',:.'' Carroll or his representative . MRS CORNELIA GLENN




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The Concentrated Employment Program of Economic Opportunity ,

Program, Inc. is new and it must be built from the bottom '

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up. It demands top flight talent to gain employment opportunity

'; for hardcore disadvantaged residents of the Model Cities Area.
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We seek dedicated, competent people for the following jobs: ," r J JI ,

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Orientation Supervisor

: Recruitment Supervisor


Coach Supervisor ., ,.".

Salary $7,967 per year. Applicants MUST have at least 2 years experiencein
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, Bask Education Coordinator, Salary $9,227 ; ;
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Education Specialist, Salary $ ,783 '


Community Relation Specialist, $9,69 :

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APPLICANTS MUST BE A COLLEGE GRADUATE OF ARECOGNIZEO .
COLLEGE OR UNIVERSITY WITH A BACKGROUND IN THEIR RELATED ':

NEW FIELDS.CAREERS DIRECTOR, SALARY $12,371. M. A. DEGREE PREFERRED. '.
NEW CAREERS TRAINING AND EDUCATION COORDINATOR,SALARY$11'500. .
M.A. DEGREE PREFERRED. '
NEW CAREERS COUNSELORS'SUPERVISOR$10,000.MUST BE ABLE '
.' TO RELATE WELL TO THE DISADVANTAGED. " .
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: NEW CAREERS JOB DEVELOPER SALARY$8,000.MUST HAVE EXPERIENCE' :..,
IN AGENCIES.THE ADMINISTRATION AND OPERATION OF PUBLIC AND PRIVATE "q
j ON-THE-JOB TRAINING(OJT)SUPERVISOR, SALARY$10,000. !
MAINSTREAM SUPERVISOR, SALARY$8,000. .4 '..
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Send resume to Mr. James R. Jackson :' '

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Voters League Endorses ConstitutionMeeting - ,.


in session at the government that mor nearly Whereas, a vote, against the
Sheraton Tampa Motor Inn last meet standards of compen- new constitution is a vote for
weekend, the Florida Voters tency; andWhereas the present archiac document
League unanimously endorsedthe written in 1885;
new State Constitution to the new constitu-
be voted on in the general election tion, in its entirety, is not Now, therefore, Be It Re-
next month.A totally acceptable to this or- solved that the members of the
ganizatin but does protect Florida Voters League Inc.,
stirring floor fight developed basic rights and natural resources meeting in its 24th annual Fall
with a delegation from offers better govern- Convention this 29th dayof
Jacksonville, with backing of ment in Tallahassee, brings September in Tampa, Florida
ex-Gov. Hayden Burns and Ed local governmenthome and endorse said proposed new
Ball, squaring off with Attor- gives citizens a stronger voice Constitution and recommendits
ney George Allen of Ft. Laud- and is a simpler constitution. adoption by the people. ,
erdale and Garth C. Reeves of 'r'rI
Miami in the merits of the new 1r I

document.The Hall Becomes first r \. .
complete text of the
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resolution follows: I
Black Mortage SolicitorAaron
Whereas, the people of
Florida, will at the general
D. Hall Jr. who became
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election in November 1968,
the first licensed
have an opportunity to adopt a Negro
mortgage solicitor in the
new State Constitution; and
state, has joined Miami Broker

I Whereas, a state government Lee Black at HOME(Housing -
well cons tructed to Opportunity Mortgage En-

handle its governmental func- terprise). Coconut Grove Arts And Crafts CenterCoconut
I tions will earn the confidenceof Hall, a graduate of the ,
its citizens; and school of business admin- .
0 istration at Bethune-Cookman \ Grove Cares will reopenleA Place to Go" (Arts and Crafts
Whereas, a modern consti- College, is the son of Rev.and < Center) at 3500 Douglas Road, Coconut Grove. Registration will be from 7:00
tution is the first and neces- Mrs. Aaron D. Hall,Sr.of Mi : "
: to 8:00 on Monday September 30th. Everyone is welcome from ten
p.m. p.m. ,
sary step to qualify for the ami. He formerly held posi-
confidence and unless Florida tions with the EOPI and Lin- iJt i: ,d" years of age and Meetings will beheld five nights a week with a different .

does cast aside its antiquated coln National Bank. art or craft offered each night: Ceramics, drawing, painting, general crafts,

constitution it will not win the Hall will assume duties in guitar and weight lifting. If there is a demand, possibly woodworking, leather :
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confidence of its citizens and connection with FHA loans for
work andweaving can be added. The groups will be limited and will be filledon
in the natural and inevitiable low and moderate income the firms
completing training a first-come-first-serve basis. On registration night a contest will be
course of events, more and families. program and will becomean announced -
more power will continue to He will receive his mort- officer and loan managerfor with cash prizes, to choose the best name for the Club. Actual classes -
gravitate to other levels of gage b r 0 k e r'license after HOME. will start Tuesday, October 1st at 7:00 p.m.
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I Dade Schools Make Appointments )) Needles & Accessories \

.'..'nn........ .. &.&. w. Stereo Tapes & Players
North Central District. Formerly Central District, William R. post where he will serve as
sistants to district superin- serving as Director of Rolle moves up from his for- School-Community Assistantto !

tendents. gram an unity School pro- mer position as Community Miss Betty Gilkey. With a Buy 10 Johnson's T.V. Get 2
the new neighbornoob C-- School Director at George B. A. Degree from Bethune-
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Williams moves to the Im- ette which has drawn national Hlajs h 1 n g t o n Carver Junior Cookman College, Wright Records t
RecordsFree
portant from the ( &
position postof attention -- Matthews graduated Florida-Ad1ng a B.A. from holds an M.A. degree and is ]
Coordinator Special Pro- ,from Fisk University fled in music and plr>Js certi- working on his doctorate at '
6964 NW 15th ,AVENUE 69&-0342
grams, where he worked holds an M.A. degree. He began cation and is a former teacher -university of Wisconsin. <
chiefly with the system's fed- teaching in Dade in 1959 at R. R. Moton Elementaryand 118 of .redistricts embrace ( Color T.V. & Stereo Service i 'f ,

erally funded programs. He at Bethune Elementary. at Mays High. -."" Cboo1s.. '
had recently been named to the ADDointed to the position of Willie J. Wr 12h t. former -
position of project manager School-Community- Relations Community School Director at "
for Model Cities Educa- Assistant to James J, Norton has been I rI
Naranja Elementary, FOR THF4 E FINEST HOU5n..
tional Planning Project but had superintendent of the South appointed to the South DistrictTRANSISTOR % ODATIONS I
not taken over that role when AT MODERATE, RAT t
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The new personnel policy .e BONDED .
director attended Western
University, Kansas, and Xa- s 0 1 .
vier University where he jj
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earned B.A. degrees at each,
and the University of Michi-
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master's degree. Following AGENCY ,- :- ,
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Air Force, he retired with the -: : '
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Schools in 1964.In S 'f'fa
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the three other posts, +r co ,i THE LARGEST PRIVATE HOUSING RENTAL AND

been Clifford named R. Matthews SchoolCommunity Sr.,has- FREE HOME Only cz ::/ MANAGEMENT AGENCY THE SOUTH, OPERATING '

Assistant to Dr. Jeff West, PRESENTATIONCall IN DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES ;
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625-1261 A fleet of cars and collectors give door to door service for .1
/IT PAYS TOADVERTISE VISIT OUR T.rm tenants convenienceA
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SEALTEST FOODS CHARLES A. LOCKHART, Public Relations Director

National ,Dairy Products Corp.

17707 N. W. Miami Court . If I am to enjoy a better life., others must live better too." L. L. Brooks
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i Bayard .; To Be Equal



Office: 6530 NW 15th Ave.. Miami, Fia.33147-Phonet691.042 Rustin by Whitney M. Young Jr.

H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher
Executive Director National Urban League
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor } yM..
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310 Madison Avenue. New York, N. Y. 10017 Not HeatSome
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association the so-called law and order" issue has regrettably
2400 S. Michigan Avenue, Chicago, III. 60616 campaign it Is
issue in the presidential surprising
United major
the become a
and I supported
days ago A. Philip Randolph
discussion about
public practical
isn't more
SUBSCRIPTION that there
that teacher should be
demand no
Federation of Teachers'
$3.005FOREIGN
ONE YEAR $5.00
SIX MONTHS $6.00' transferred or fired without being presented with writter ways of improving police protection.

Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the POI, charges of wrongdoing, without an opportunity to defend himself We shouldn't really be surprised of course, since the term
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 and without being judged by an impartial arbitrator. In no "law and order" is a code phrase for stopping racial demonstrations -
the black man"in his "
T "CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"The way did we attempt to defend all policies of the UFT, for we and in general keeping place.
Wallace has made this
NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead I believe the UFT has made mistakes. From the insulting tele- Presidential candidate George now quite
the world from racial and notional antagonism when It accords>, phone calls vulgar letters, and general denunciation in the clear for those who thought differently.
to every man regardless of his race, creed or color his human might But now that the issue has taken hold, other presidential
black one
and legal rights. Hating | press we received from a number of people,
no man, fearing man..the
no Negro it have a responsibility to spell out exactly
Press strives{ to help \ heinous crime. candidates who use -
committed
every man in the firm belief that all men well believe we had a
are hurt as long as anyone Is held back. what they mean and to tell the voters exactly how they will

-- Surely black men should be intelligent and secure enough to preserve "law and order."

debate questions of strategy, tactics and social philosophy I think that each candidate should promise that if elected,

Ie ditnr'5 ntebooh without rancor or animus.Todo otherwise is, at best, to damn he would convene Presidential Conference on Police and Jus-

the movement to sterility and,at worst, to impose the thinkingand tice. Such a Conference called under presidential auspices

RACE RELATIONS REGRESSING? will of one segment of the black people upon all bkack pea would bring together police chiefs, community representatives -
ple. Beyond this, such behavior creates an emotional atm:>s- and expert scholars to come up with specific proposalsfor

Freedom of speech Is one of the privileges granted us under phere that is not conducive to clear thinking. This, in turn, improving police forces and for bettering policecommunity -

the Constitution of the United States. Alas, that freedom is soften o will lead ultimate"to giving a small but militant minority veto relations.
abused.Ye power over the majority, precisely because those in the cen- Such a Conference would of necessity, take up the serious

Editor read, and he is certain numerous others have ter or those who have not given any real thought to a problem question of police lawlessness too.Attorney General Ramsey

read the story in the Miami Daily news under the caption: Many:) will become fearful of raising pertinent questions,or of speaks Clark raised this important question recently when he asked,
Florida Pupils Hailed King's Murder. Twelve days after hi ing the truth as they come to see it. "Who will protect the police when the police violate the law?"

death sociologists James Clarke and John Soule of FloridaState :: Events of the past few months make that question a vital one

University asked 217 Negro and 165 white students how No real understanding of how black men can progress -- in for the nation. We all saw the police rioting that occurred in

they had reacted to Dr. King's assassination.Hostility toward the taceofanever-increasingwhitebacklashu be achiev- Chicago during the Democratic convention.But .

the killer and a desire for revenge were among 65 per cent of>: ed if honest debate is stifled. Nor can denouncing those with even more serious than the nationally publicized Chicago

the Negro students. One seventh-grade Negro said; He shoul I whom we disagree as Uncle Toms be substituted for clear incidents was the attack on a group of Black Panthers and

be hanged by the neck on public TV.An eleventh-grade Negr argument and intelligent debate. To attempt such is not radi- some whites in New York by a mob of 150 men --- m'lDyof

said: He should be taken out and beaten. Why don't they. Why cal, it is rather a reflection of uncertainty or fear or ignor- whom were identified as off-duty policemen. The most shock-

don't they set him loose on a Negro University campus? We ance. A person who rants and raves feels insecure in his po- ing aspect of this brutal attack was that it took place in a

would do the job on him,but good!" A ninth-grade Negro said[, sition. One who feels secure can afford to debate with quiet courthouse. As of this writing,none of the attackers have been
"He should be shot by Mrs. King or King's brother. dignity, for his real objective is to convince others to his pointof punished.

view, not to denounce or humiliate them. For we can ill afford Charges have been made against other police departmentsfor

Ninety six per cent of the Negro students expressed shock; unnecessary dissension. conductive vendettas against black groups. Some police-

or grief at Dr. King's death. Among whites 59 were either men have been found to be active Klan members and.rn""
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elated about At time intense feeling and anger over the school strike,
Dr. King's death or Indifferent.Some 66 per cent others Birch .
are Society
supporters. raced. The
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and at a time when trade union Issues for
were people
thought that the assassin should be accorded due of many
process So police lawlessness is a probleiv>vor king police officers
law, but 17 per cent thought that he should escape punishmentor indistinguishable from racial attitudes, Mr. Randolph and I
nf4 extremists
overwhelming majority and the few who are
be congratulated. anticipated that our position would draw some very real dis-
suffer from the safe they would suooort a Presidential Con-
for agreement. Nevertheless, we were compelled to try to un- -
Sympathy the killer among whites increased with their on th*'which would come with solutions for the
tangle these two Issues and raise clearly the issue of due up problems
grade level. He should get the Congressional Medal of honor process created by the handful of wrongdoers.Part .
for killing a nigger, wrote one white ninth grader. for the following reasons:
of the lies in
answer
..ueen most brut upgrading policemen. Higher pay
for"Over extra-legal 50 percent of all Negro students assaSsination.These expressed desire ( ) ft is precisely because blacks that we must stand firm is needed to attract better men and to reward the dedicated
revenge on King's .
tallzed by the absence- \ l"1li this matter is ultimately to dean professionals on the job.
findings said Clarke and Soule, suggest that the future And we need better training don't
this issuer tnat black people sorely need to have estab- procedures so policemen
of race relations In the South is not very promising. feiuKrtnroughout our society. go wild when they are confronted by a handful of kids with

long hair or a few black militants.When policeman's disci-

CONSOLIDATION WILL CONTR ehcrlmecon-) Some people argue that blacks have not had due process so pline is so bad that he can attack unarmed citizens within the

why be so queamish about whites. One can only ask if the notion confines of the halls of justice we are all in trouble.In .
Our County Manager Porter.. '-'Prot ce tton as being frag-
demns the present systmg1nto the hands of the criminal ele- that two wrongs make a right is really a viable strategy police protection, as in everything else, we get what we
for social change. I don't believe so. pay for. Well-trained capable men willing maintain good relations -
mented divld"*so; and he iscertainly in the position to know
menUJt'should all support his views. He sees the necessity with the community they serve can't be gotten on the
.rot united police protection, placing all of the 27 municipal ((2)) If in any area of the black community due process is ignored cheap. The money spent on tanks,armored cars,and other so-
then we have no weapon to use when it is denied What called anti-riot
police departments under Metro's public safety department.He us. hardware would be better spent on salaries
calls for merging all city fire departments with Metro's recourse will we have when prejudiced whites attempt and training procedures that would result in better relations

fire department, that would result in single coordinated com- p.'iminate black teachers, supervisors and principals from with the community, thereby helping to prevent riots.
their neighborhood schools? The only we will have is
weapon
munications and recordkeeping system, and would provide to demand due process. This is an important issue for the black community, which
special squads in such areas as vice, youth aid, homicide, suffers most from crime but which gets the least protection.

robbery, burglary and police community relations. A Presidential Conference that comes up with specific plans
County Manager Homer reminds us that residents of Dade ((3)) Some people will argue that there has never been due for making the police more responsive to the people, giving

County can remedy the existing situation by voting on Novem- process in transferring teachers. They say that the white them protection, not oppression, would make an Important
ber 5 in favor of his proposal to consolidate all city police powers--that-be have always transferred at their own will contribution to law and justice.

departments with Metro. and whim. So why can't black supervisors do the same? There It's up to the candidates
now.They can decide to rescue the
Ye Editor is In accord, he hopes the majority of citizensare indeed may be considerable truth in that observation. But an law and order issue from the bigots or they can ride the
also in accord. observation is not necessarily a sound argument.We ought not merry-go-round of
damogoguery. The black voter
to do the because watching
same
should
we treat
people as them
persons, closely. So too
hopefully is the decent
honest white
,
not
objects to be shunted about. But, more importantly, this voter.
BAHAMIAN
REVIEWYe
argument leaves me cold because Idon'twantto ape the white

Editor acknowledge with thanks the receipt of the magazine man, especially net his cold indifferenceand justice to people.

"Bahamian Review"and congratulates them on their 10th PUN PHUN I
(4)) Mr. Randolph and I are convinced that Negro children
for
Anniversary, producing such fine work and hope it con-
will be brutalized until there is
a high degree of decentralization
tinues receiving the support it deserves. The Editor and pub-
lisher is Mr. William W. Cartwright and Associate Editor and in the school system. We believe that the proper That "Dop on Narcotics" Who knows what pills they'll

Advertising Director is William A. Davitt.The publisher's address decentralization of schools is both good necessary. But we are story in last week's Miami think up next

is P. 0. Box 494, Nassau, Bahamas. also convinced that unless common-cause madebetweentheteachers' Times brings to mind some of With new and frightful side
union and the parents, decentralization will be de- my thoughts on the subjects of effects.

layed. drugs, alchohol and tobacco.
For these reasons, Mr. Randolph and I raised the issue of Like so: ALCOHOL
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duo process. We are human, and if wrong, we stand ready to
be Addiction to drugs is a brain- Alcoholism ranks with can-
In the interest of the promotion of Black EntrepreneurshipIn convinced u but convinced by intelligent arguments. We
drain that can leave in- cer and heart disease in the
for
hope and
you
expected debate.SUBSCRIPTION
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UM President Tells FeelingOn 'PREJUDICE5TENACIOUS -/TIS THEN VERY THATFRON APPROPRIATE THIS
AND THRIVES OH IGNORANCE.' OFTHECONfEDERAC riILEA'1
)'L'I
VERYHEARTOF THE GREAT
Confederate SymbolsSome ANGLO-SAXON SGfI THl AND
THAT TODAY WE SOUND THE
DRUM FOR FREEDOM:
of you have expressed to me directly your concern
over my decision that the University of Miamihenceforth would *LET US RISE TO THE CALL
not utilized In its public ceremonies Confederate symbols OF THE FREEDOM-LOVING
.
which are so offensive to one of our minority groups. I am "., t BLOOD THAT 15 IN US.IH THE
glad to use The Hurricane as a medium to explain to you my : NAME OF THE GREATEST
own thinking regarding these symbols.As PEOPLE THATHAVEEVER \
TROD THIS EARTHORAWTHELINE
a genuine Southerner, one whose family goes back three IN THE DUSTAND TOSS
hundred years into the history of the South, I pride myself on THE GAUNTLET BEFORE
the nobler aspects of my Southern heritage --a dignity, a I THEFEETOFTYRAMY.AHD
courtesy, a civility, a mannerly approach,all which denotea GEORGE C. I '' ISAYSEGREGAflONNOW,4.WALLACE !
respect for the individual. I confess that Southerners have SEGREGATION TOMORROW
not always lived up to this heritage, but at least the traditionis :ti RACISTSEGREGATONFOREVER!"
there.
No individual or group requested me not to play Dixie. Yetit
is this very aspect of my Southern heritage that persuadesme "
to believe that it is not honorable to force upon minority
group the symbols of the Confederacy which,rightly or wrongly -
have become so distasteful to them,symbols which are as- \
sociated in their minds with slavery, discrimination, and the
degradation of human personality, all conditions that are at
_
complete variance with that part of my Southern heritage whichI
prize so highly.
When I arrived at the University of Miami over six years
ago I discovered that the University of Miami, certainly by
no stretch of the imagination a Deep South institution (attract- "
ing students last year from forty nine states and seventy for-

eign countries) had developed a curious attachment to the Con- r ,.
federate flag and Dixie. Iaskedthe members of one fraternityand
the cheerleaders to dispense with the use of the Confed-
erate flag at football games. They agreed not to display it C

any longer. NOW/F YOU DONT ,, ', ,
I have been concerned about the continuing use of Dixie,
REGISTER AND VOTE
particularly at a time when we are making an effort to bring / '
YOU ARE ASKING FOR
more Negro students to the campus and into the mainstreamof Ir : \;

American society. I believe that the generous, magnanimous -
attitude for the majority to take here at the Universityis SOME FAILED TO TAKE 'HITLER' SERIOUSLY.. REMEMBER!

to dispense with the remaining symbol which is so repul
sive to them. I once questioned an outstanding Negro leaderof
our community as to why Negroes were so sensitive about Homer Pushes For
Confederate symbols. He responded by saying: "The symbolsof
the Confederacy evoke in us the same feelings that the t
Swastika or the Horst Wessel Song conjure up to the Jew.; Consolidation of Police

I take a dim view of both the Southerner and the "Ersatz- r

Southerner," a Southerner not by birth, but by recent con- By Booker T. Noyes \ ,_' And Fire
version, who embace the Confederate symbols as an anach- DepartmentCounty

ronistic expression of their racial prejudices.For NO CAUSE FOR ALARM '
Manager Porter favor of consolidation of all
the of the is sad- wants to know what has to America and
me history South pure pathos. I am Everyone happened Homer and private citizens city police and fire depart-
dened when I think of the suffering which this region has en- Americans. They wonder what has gone amiss to create the who have grouped together ina ments with Metro. 4
dured--the l horrifying cost of The War, thetwelve-yearoccu- attitude comparable to open rebellion expressed by so many. campaign for "Operation The measure, contends Mr.
pation by "foreign troops," the subsequent economic vassa- Strange as It may seem, there is real doubt among many public Safety" fired off their Homer would result in a '
lage to the rest of the nation. I am equally saddened when I Americans as to what is really happening. They,are alarmedby attack Sunday for unified single, coordinated communi-
think of the plight of the Negro citizens as they sought to sur- the number of people now willing to stand up and be heard. police and fire department in cations and r e cor d-'keeping
vive in the strictly segregated society of the South. Without They wonder if our youth are mentally,deranged because they Dade County by presenting a system, and would provide
condoning the baser associations which Confederate symbols have become involved. Despite our doctrine freedom of study to the County Commis- county-wide specialty squadsin
bring to the minds of our Negro citizens, these symbols do speech, they hear their neighbors speak out on such things'as sion which Illustrates how the such areas as vice, youth
have for me some finer connotations -. heroism, gallantry, Vietnam and foreign policy and Immediately think of treason. present, fragmented protec- aid, homicide, robbery,burgl-
devotion. lam loath to see them become mired in acrimonious What they don't seem to realize is that dissent is being ex- tion "plays into the hands of ary and policecommunityrelations.
controversy.We perienced throughout the world. Dissent created as a resultof the criminal element.;' .
at the University can afford to practice noblesse oblige, people being better informed. We are reaping the resultsof The report provides actual In his report to the commis-
"the obligation of honorable and generous behavior associatedwith an aroused and thinking people. crime incidents whichac, sion, Homer offered an anal.
high rank or birth." Here I use the phrase, born in ? This concern on the part of so many can be Justly placed on cording to Homer,"are symptomatic ysis of all persons arrested
feudalistic society, in the way Ortega,the Spanish philosopher, the doorstep of our news media with regard to television pro- of the harvest that during July to illustrate the
used it. Members of a University community do occupy a "high duction. Nothing, substitutes for that we see with the eyes. Dade County reaps daily froma "highly mobile nature of the
rank." They should constitute a caste of intellect and charac- The most vivid description written or recited cannot offer fragmented police protection criminal elements."
ter, which prompts us to practice honorable and generous be- personal appeal of having seen a particular incident. Even the system consisting basically -
havior in our dealings with each other and our fellow mm.: illiterate person can find some association for that which can of 28 local police juris- Government Research y
be seen. Visible things have a more lasting effect than those dictions operating through five Council of South Florida, Inc. '
As Ortega says," ..the select mm, the excellent man is read or heard. Once seen,the Incident can be refocused on the uncoordinated communication with Jerome Greene as presi-
urged, by interior necessity, to appeal from himself to some minds eye at the will of the Individual. Rarely will the Imagebe systems with no practical cen- dent is another organization
standard beyond himself superior to himself, whose servicehe blurred, it is usually a carbon copy of the original.The tral records system." lending full support in the
freely accepts . Nobility is defined by the demands it full effect of television on the world, and America in A remedy for the problem, public interest to the campaignfor
makes on us -- by obligations, not by rights." A person has a particular, is yet to be tallied. The eyewittness effect it gives Homer said, is for Dade Coun- consolidation of police and
right to play Dixie but is it within the bounds of taste honor
the viewing public induces the spirit involvement. Chris- tians on November 5 to vote in fire in Dade County.
nobility to play it under the circumstances? tian watching the police brutality in Chicago could have easily

I am proud of the magnificent contribution the Band of the compared the action with the persecution of the Christians, You Are Blowing Too D - Hard !I'iEJ ::1
likewise with the
Jews and with Black
Americans.
equally so
Hour mikes to school spirit. I am distressed to learn of the
This of association creates and thus bond
type a kinship, a or
indignities the Band suffered at the hands boorish elementsin
union is formed.
last Friday night's crowd. However, I am confident that the
Our should be We must of-
greatest concern now our youth.
Band will continue to invigorate every public occasion by its
fer constructive able to derive the most
stirring performances of the Alma Mater and the Fight Song, leadership. Leadership
from those concerned able to create
which carry no offense, but weld us all together in a bond of young people. Leadership
pride and spirit. challenges to replace those accomplished.They have definitely
decided to become involved but have not learned to
they rationalize
I am always glad for students to express their convictionsto
the truth of their older offer
as many peers. They no
me freely and strongly. It is in the best University traditionfor
for that which is and demand Immediate
them to do so. hope that the atmosphere here will alwaysbe Justification wrong
change. We might say, we are suffering from the pains of pro-
conducive to this kind of exchange between students and the
University.Now gress. Pains that will continue to haunt us until we have reached I
let's wreck Techl! the goal designated by our founders. We are watching, and
we are a part of the inevitable. The destiny of America is to
,
Sincerely yours, become the home of the brave and the land of the free. In the ,
Henry King Stanford final analysis we will be considered participants In the fulfillment -
President of that dream.
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Bishop George Collins Replaces' Bishop Hatcher


JACKSONVILLE. After but the Bishops Council turn- The men who oppose the Other men declared these i
the funeral of Bishop E.G. ed deaf ears to this plea and coming of Bishop Collins to statements were so much bunk
Hatcher Monday, the Bishops sent Bishop Collins, who Is a Florida said they bad enoughof and said the state had made
Council sent Bishop N.Collins native of Florida. native sons. They claim tremendous progress under
to Florida, replacing Bishop H. Y. Tookes, BishopC. their native sons and would do I
Bishop Hatcher, and Bishop D. Bishop Collins served in his A. Gibbs and Bishop W. F. even better under Bishop 1
Ward Nichols to Oklahoma and early ministry In Florida and Ball who served their minis- Collins. ,
Arkansas where Bishop Col- then he pas tor ed Historic try in Florida before their t \
lins was serving. Visitors Chapel of Hot election to the episcopacy bad Bishop Collins is native of f i it
Some of the Florida men Springs, Arkansas, then wentto come home to punish men they Quincy and a graduate of Ed- C C
i, asked for Bishop G.W.Blake- New Orleans from which he disliked during their ministryin "ward Waters College and WIl- t I;
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t of last month's hair style
ners
Beauticians
first prize, Mrs. I. Units No
contest, 7 42 49 and 55
are Chartering
Sr. division; Jr. -
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i' awards went to Mrs. S, c.
Miami Times Society Editor division to the S outh e rn Atlantic Regional
stu- -
: Higgs and Mrs. Green.
Convention
on
October
> SO* dents are now working toward
Mrs. Cornelia Glenn and W. O. Perry are members of the H T \ this month's awards. Congra- 26th. The regional supervisor
seven-man biracial committee to probe the August riot in the '1r : tulations to the following who along with unit presidentsare
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Liberty City area. asking as many a scan
passed the board last week, go,
, to c o m e along and lets make
Eloise Morris vacationed in Jacksonville and New York. Mrs. R. Mitchell, instructor; this
a grand turnout
for the
She was the houseguest of her sister and brother-in-law, Mrs. W. J. Howard, and Mrs.
State of Florida this year.For
Eunice and Teddy Gill, and Myrtle and Arnold Albury. C. Butler.On further information
get in
f< Rev. Kenneth Major was one of those representing South Friday we continued our touch with any of the local

Florida at the Regional Conference on Urban Affairs that met discussion on community presidents, Mrs. Muldrow,

in Atlanta. problems. As part of our com Mrs. Lucille West, Mrs. Mary

Sunday School,BTU and members of Mt.Zion Baptist Church munity project it was decided Bryant, or Mrs. Francis

;held a farewell reception on Sunday, September 29, honoring that we would pay a visit to Bryant.
Rev Ralph Ross who said good-bye to Miami as he left to Youth Hall to beautify the Mrs. Marion Muldrow, district

take up new duties at Knoxville, Tennessee. young ladies there. regional supervisor.

One of the highlights of the summer was the family reunionof
the Rogers Clan.Edwin and Mable Rogers Opa-locka were We are also preparing for SCHOOL DROPS REBEL
affair to be held in
host, for the week's festivities our annual SYMBOLThe

Little Sherman Bullard has returned to school after weekin FAMU Gets $1750 From SearsFlorida November.W. Confederate flag no
Jackson's Pediatric Ward.
A&M University recently mittee taking into consideration A. Everette, president, longer will be the symbol of
S/Sgt. Ralph Harrison Jetted to Miami to be at the bedside received $1750.00 from scholastic aptitude, fin- Irene Love, reporter. Archbishop Rummel High
of his father Freemont L. Harrison Sr. who Is recuperatingfrom
\ School
the Sears-Roebuck Foundationin ancial need, leadership and a five-year-old parochial
spinal meningitis at Veterans Hospital.Ralph is stationedat school.
support of the President'sSpecial potential to succeed.
Hickman Air Force Base Hawaii where he lives with his
Scholarship Fund. Named to receive aid from In a prepared statement,the
wife and two children Rozanne and Michael.
Ingrid FAMU's president, Dr. B.L. the Fund this year are: Mel- Grant Colleges throughout the school said, "The symbol of
Here from Newark New Jersey to visit relatives and friendsIs
Perry, Jr., received the check tonia Griffin of Ocala; Fraze- South. The 1968-69 school the Confederate flag repre-
former Miamian Edward palmer.
from L.A. Robbins representing lia M. Grisham of Nashville, year represents the third con- sents in the minds of many
The Fall meeting of the Miami Deanery of Episcopal Churchwomen the Sears Foundation.The Tenn.; Ora Jean Manuel of Havana secutive year of the program.In people a society that has attempted -

met at Canterbury House,University of Miami on Mon- funds are to be used at ; Carolyn Jean Williamsof the past 31 years, more to destroy our systemof

'day, Sept. 30.Saturday the discretion of the college Pensacola and Ann Gordonof than 26,000 young men and women government and maintainthe

Sept. 21 was the setting for a triple birthday party administration to provide financial Philadelphia, Pa. have received financialaid enslavement of millions of

for Martha Williams,Donald and Donna Jean Lewis.Also cele-
brating his birthday with Martha, Donald and Donna Jean was students at FAMU. Recipientsare FAMU was one of 15 made to scholarship programs of the Five of the school's more

Marvin Ellis. Many friends and relatives were on,hand in the selected by a special com predominantly N e g r 0 Land Foundations. than 700 students are Negroes.

Grove to wish them happy birthday.Do .
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hope you read the story in Tuesday's Miami Herald about 1

our (Girl Scout) professional Vashtye Ferguson.Peace Corps
taught her: "It's People Who Count. <'

Ponchitta Pierce of CBS News New York was the featured .

speaker at the Florida Women's Press Club convention Saturday -

night at Galt Ocean Mile Hotel, Ft.Lauderdale. Ponchitta /

is one of the country's top Negro women journalists and 1968

winner of the Penney-Missouri Magazine Awards Competition.IT'S .

A DATE:

Tuesday, October 8, Women in Community Services, Inc.
(WICS) invite you to its third "Report to the Community -

," Temple Israel of, Greater Miami, Richter Hall at
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"' St., at 4:30 p.m. The public is Invited. r r s
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Sunday October 27 Gamma Zeta Omega,Chapter of Alpha BROWNSVILLE .4 +

Kappa Alpha Sorority presents Ebony! ,Fashion Fair,"Fashion t
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I Freedom '68. Plan now to attend. DRUG STORE

I Sandra Lee Strachan and David James Smith,Jr.were mar- SERVING THE BROWNSVILLE
!pried Saturday in Ebenezer United Methodist Church.The bride, COMMUNITY FOR 18 YEARS 1a

daughter: of Mrs.Louise M.Holmes,2150 NW 68th Lane, grad- <
t 4634 27
..uated from Miami Northwestern High School.The bridegroom, NW Ave.

,sonof Mrs. Helen L. Smith, 2341 NW 71st Terrace, graduated 634-7233
['from Miami Northwestern High School. After a wedding trip

",to Nassau, the couple will live in Miami.
WATCHES RADIOS

id t\ It's a first trip to Miami for Elliott Cooper of Philadelphia. *
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t.:i Friends of Dorothy Sawyer are surprised to learn of her re- Prescriptions Our Specialty N

cent illness and confinement to Mercy Hospital. She is now

recuperating at home.
I \ DRUGS COSMETICS SUNDRIES 'I
d The Brownsville Neighborhood Center had a crowd of over \
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150 people to its first "Family Entertainment Nite" Monday

evening September 30. "The Long Ships," with Richard Wid-

mark and Sidney Poitier was the main feature.The movie was
free and hot popcorn and punch was served.This was, the first Warren Welters, Reg. Pharmacist by
(T.F.)
of a seriesof Community Action projects the Brownsville Center -

has planned for its community.Watch for other attractions! /fr/thb \\ \

ART EXHIBIT-A show of interesting Colleges that combine
abstraction and the figurative will be on display through Oct.

25 at the MerldianAvenue branch Washington Federal Miami Plaid persuasionfor
Beach. The works are by Howard Lewis, chairman of the art'
department of Florida A&M University. This is the first time a morning in

he has shown in this area.
town or afternoontea

We have a budding artist In our neighborhood.He is Reginald 1 1 or a crisp football

Williams age 14, anlnth-graderatMiamiEdfsonHigh. Reggie
lives with his mother and two brothers at 6760 NW 6th Court. I I night-our bold go- 1.

together coat and dress. \
Our deepest sympathy is extended to Mrs.Ermatine HoltoD, ,

instructor at Booker Washington Jr.High School,in the loss I f Sizes 8-16, $42. (The priceis
of her mother.
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i s S .r Over Miami winners pearances on Mack's upcom- Knight Brothers (Samuel mer appeared as a guest on a

Johnnie Johnson and Milton ing southern tour to eight other Coleman and Johnnie Martin); Stars Over Miami show.

Campbell leave Miami Oct.10 acts: Raymond Watson, 15, Willie Thomas, 17, a singer; This community program
for New York City to tape the auto-harpist, composer and and Sir Winston &Court which which "began with modest
Ted Mack CBS-TV Original singer; the five beautiful danc- includes a six-piece band anda hope and wound up smashing .
Amateur Hour. ing Pepperettes; the eight I five-man singing group, the success In the City of Miami,"
Johnson will be seen on the piece Shevrons band; 11 year Sensations. gave purpose and an outlet last
LINOTYPETHE Oct. 20 show and Campbell on old dancer Nadine Watson and In addition, Johnnie Johnson summer for hundreds of talen-
Oct. 27.Ted 16-year old singer Janet King. and the Knight Brothers each ted youngsters, nine to 18,and
LITTLE RED BOOK Assistant principal for guidance
: Mack came to Miamito won a $500 scholarship donated was a happy blend of efforts by
at Coral Gables high school Verneka Sturrup-Silva has been
introduce the 31 acts who Also destined for southern by movie star Debbie Rey- government, theatrical unions
selected as the new Episcopal Church Women
were winners throughout the tour appearances are the nolds, who earlier this sum- and private enterprise.
representative in the Division of Christian -
Social Relations. . Mrs. Silva's impressive summer in the city's Eliza-
beth Virrick Dixie and Manor
record of service to church and ,
; Parks and the showson
community merit for her distinction.... weekly
A communicant and vestry member Christ WTHS-TV Channel 2.
Church in Coconut Grove she shares the The talent was of such qual- ,
sponsorship of EYC...Her background as a ity for the final performanceAug. ,
social worker (MSW Atlanta University) 24 in Miami Stadium that
qualifies her immeasurable for this service Mack and a panel of judges
. Fr Stafford Sweeting has never lost his .. were unable to settle on three

smile. He took it through high school,through college, through acts originally scheduled for
Divinity . A United Theological College is destined for his show. Judges awarded New
Jamaica, Bristish West Indies. York trips to Johnson and
Campbell and, in addition,ap-

NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Registered nurses are badly neededat
Emerald Hodgson Hospital in Sewanee, Tenn . Herbert NOW HEAR THISDo 9 M t I. L '

Johnson's son Anton down from New York City . Sammy you want to be a leader + itt
Davis Jr vows "Never Again" -- marriage, that is. . Al- If so join the John F. Kenn- K r
bertha Johnson ill in Jackson Memorial. Her oldest sister edy Civil Air Patrol Squadronand
Gwendolyn Johnson-Roker down from the Bronx in attendance become a member of one

. Mrs. Ollie Walker-CambridgepassedlastFriday in Ken- of the finest Military Aux-
dall hospital. .Irwin(Fido)Curtis campaigning for ex-Gov- Jliary organization. fti
ernor Wallace ? ? ? DrH.L.Bass down from Ft Lottadollarson The Civil Air Patrol is an l
a quickie hop among old timers. Auxlallary of the United States 4
Air Force, and it encouragesthe I
youngsters and adults to : tii: \.
SALT WATER TAFFY: Black Miamians doing well' at the become civil minded by taking t3rtlG
I gaming tables on Paradise Beach in Nassau part in the many activities

. Jocelyn Hubert(of Ernest Records and offerd in the program. These { ,
I TV) latched onto Army Corporal Samuel activities are designed for t V
Simon last Saturday in a merger that'll leave learning about the ever pres- R 1\
her his MRS when he shoves off for Viet- ent Space Age.
nam ..What has happened to Theron (Gino) There will be a meeting BETHANY SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST IN CONTESTThe

Hudson the WAME disc jock? ??Newcomer of the John F. Kennedy Ci- Samuelettes of the Bethany S.D..A.Church will be presented by Sam-
Elaine Hunter-Smith library secretary at vil Air Patrol Squadron held
uel Adolphus in a Musical Concert featuring beautiful modern arrangementsand
,
j new Florida Memorial College . Janet at Primary 'C' School.
Ross became Mrs Charley Crockhan Sep 757 N.W. 66th Street, Miami. compositions by the director. This concert will be held at Rainbow Park
Mass SILVA tember 1. Elementary School on Oct. 6,1968 at 4:30: p.m. in the auditorium. The Samuel-'

ettes have appeared several times on television and other broadcasting sys
THE WEEK'S WASH: There's a popular church choir oriole -e
o wants to go rock and roll but is afraid of repercussions tems and have made many general appearances to the public. They will also

from choir members and the church . Sidney poitier (now appear on the Ted Mack Amateur hour this fall for further recognition and
estranged from his fraulein) reported to have planted a $7,950 I; fame.
diamond and emerald sparkler' on the pinkie of his .

uh-honey, the beauteous Linda Cristal. .Mrs Eliza Thomas
vacationed in Atlanta with her sister an brotherinlaw Rev.
and Mrs H. C. Carswell. 'j11(

216 NW 6th STREET
SCRATCH MY BACK: British Overseas Airways Corporation -
(on Nov 24)) will increase its flights from New York to
Antigua and Barbados to a daily frequency and extend the routeto
Port-of-Spain, Trinidad. The expanded and new services Clyde KillensANNOUNCES ,
will be operated with rear-engined VC-10 jets.You can make THE FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY
,
local reservations at North's Travel Bureau... Mrs Virginia 9th ANNUAL
Forbes-11 s o n and daughter Linda down from Heavenly Har- HURRICANE BOYS
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Jr's merger. MasqueradeBall

STUFF AND SUCH: Mary Kemp with an attack of the flu . .
WASHINGTON
Willie (Papa Cool) James passed in Jackson Memorial from a AT THE -, .! \
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self-inflicted over-dose ? ? ? Remember these former Miami i SIR JOHN \
Times society sob sisters -- M.Evelyn Boggs-SmithThelma 4
Harper-Simmons, Dorothy Sanford-Love and Ruth North- KNIGHT BEAT SHOW

Polite? They preceded current society editor Clarice Reeves- Thursday, Oct. 31stDON'T .
Littles with breezy news paragraphs for this weekly blatt. .
The Little'Woman sporting a 1965 2-Dr maroon Chevvy Bel- Ji
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SWEETS' TREATS: Presented at the Paul LaPierre's School
of Music in a vocal premiere last Saturday were Velda Cole, This Week For A
Veronica Williams, Harry McCartney Jr., Dramane Miller, SUPERIOR B. Washington '
Michelle Poole and Catherine McKane...Fr A. Tyrrell Dear
of Incarnation is director of Youth Industries project that HAIR DRESSING PLUS ,

proved its worth during August. It's an agency for rehabili- POMADE
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ald's religion editor Adon Taft winner of R.S. Reynolds award
for excellence in religious news. .


CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: Birthdays in October: Brigette "Miss Effie Throckbottom" ,,. i

Pennington, 1 . DeCarla Patrice Covington 2 . Betty
Holley, June Fisher, Mildred Anderson 3. ? Shirley T. Wil- 2 SHOWS: ADMISSION $2.50 TABLES FREE
liams, Edna Stallworth 4 . Marcus E. Williams, Veronia
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First Of Reflects Grooming 'M"I I iih"" NOW SHOWING!!
Biography Langston Hughes : I ., SCREENED AT
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"Black Is Beautiful" Motif Of Poetry For Men , :'NW; ::1i".A" ,. hi" .1> i

branched out to write short
Lang s ton Hughes, widely S'Idlea
held to bo the poet laureate of stories, novels, plays and of ColorThe
1 books for children.He is wide- men's
of trend of Negro
black people, Is the subject
ly known for his "Simple" hair styling is toward the"na-
a biography to be published by
Thomas Y. Crowell Company stories, originally publishedin tural" look. This couches the )'oklep18ughin
on Oct. 14. The biography Is the Chicago Defender. He problem of brittle,dry,mousy
by Milton Meltzer, who was a also compiled several collec- hair that's lifeless looking.As
close friend of and collaborator tions of Negro lore includingA these men prepare to enter and hn iur in lie new romantic corned '
Pictorial History of the Ne- it becomes increasingly ),
with Mr. Hughes. He was business, '
working on the biography at gro in America andBlackMagic necessary to add luster x : :t v ,;
the time of the poet's death in dealing with the Negro in and manageability to make I S:
1967. entertainment. On both bookshe their hair look neat, alive and I' I: Jt,
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The biography,which is pri- collaborated with Milton well-groomed. This must be "" l ics

marily geared to young read- Meltzer.Mr. done without the greasy look ,
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ers, gives a full account of or sticky feeling.A ,
Hughes' colorful life.It traces Meltzer, in addition to really fine aid is found in
his youthful travels from Kansas editing anthologies, has writ- Murray's Hair Dressing pom- P/314JL/ :
to Mexico to Harlem to ten biographies of such nine- ade. A little dab in the morn- >
Paris to Dakar, Africa. In the LANGSTON HUGHES teenth century antislavery ing keeps hair neat all day.It's : f
thirties, Hughes visited Spain beautiful." They capture the figures as Thaddeus Stevens, found at drug and cosmetic 4 "fi
during the civil war and madea rhythms of Jazz and are con- Samuel Grid ley Howe, and counters everywhere. y
film-making expedition to cerned with pride and free- Lydia Maria Child.He has also
Russia. He also journeyed all dom. Meltzer's biography includes compiled the awardwinningIn
the way around the world, a selection of Hughes'most Their Own Words, a three-
everywhere gaining a follow- loved poetry. volume documentary historyof CAL'S
ing as a poet for all people. the American Negro also RESTAURANTLOUNGEHome

Langston Hughes' poems Beside writing eleven vol- published by Thomas Y.
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 4, 1968 9
? We were shocked and grieved at the passing of "Princess." !

She was a long-time acquaintance and friend. . Hear tell .j
that Dr. Ira P. Davis is still at Cedars of Lebanon hos'pltal.He .f

cannot receive visitors, but we are sure your cards and .t t
flowers will be greatly appreciated -
w . Jamaican-American Saturday is

George Wright, a great musician 0.iE
and a good American citi-

zen, is running for Model Cities your lastchance
representative in District 13.
BY DAVE BONDU, That is 17th 19th
area to Avej ., yi'
and 63rd to 65th Streets. Give toregister
him your support, for he will doa
May I say thank you to Henry Arrington,Elvin Dean, Blanche good job in his community for

Calloway and Charles Newton for pinch hitting for me during you . Ebony Fashion Fair Iv _
my period of vacation so that the folk of the community could time again Sunday, October 27, | to voteNovember 4
keep
abreast .of things that are going on around them. After at Dade County Auditorium.
reading the columns of those mentioned above, it showed us "Fashion Freedom '68" is the

that there are many talented journalists among us. The arti- key to Gamma Zeta Omega i
5
cles were interesting and informative, and at the same time Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha

gave them a chance to blow off steam on their pet peeves, Sorority's benefit for exceptional .
.
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which is t; : '
sometimes good for the soul. Needless to say, I was children and their '
impressed and enjoyed their writings and I am sure you did scholarship fund. General admission is $5 and reserved seats I { """&,;'.". .-
too. Again, thank you Hank, Elvin, Blanche and Charles. are $7. This includes a chance to help the youth of our com- ',,' 't\I', ) ; .1

The vacation! I do not have enough space to go into all of it, munity and a one year subscription to Ebony or a 6-month sub- 'It";j>
but my buddy Jimmie Jones of the Atlas Electric Company on scription to Jet .That is it for this week. Till the next one, 'iIL j

7th Ave. at 66th St., went with me to Washington for the UGA LIVE LIFE EVERY GOLDEN MINUTE OF IT. PEACE! ,. .'.1. :t.
National tournament. We drove up in 21 hours,and had plenty '.

of time to register to play. We left Washington on Friday and ,_ Y-.011(>" .
arrived in New York the same evening.
I had to take a look at my old neighborhood and see if any of ANNOUNCEMENT Free Transportationto PROGRESSIVE CHAPTER No. 29A Q.E.S.

the kids I went to school with were still around. As you know, Morehouse College Alumni Register Mrs. Bessie i Kerbo, the outgoing queen is

I came from a slum area where poverty was living death. I will meet at 8 p.m.,Thursday, Call: crowning the present queen, for 1968 and 1969,
remember the days of the depression when Mama was scrub- Oct. 10, at Range Funeral VOTE POWER Mrs. Ethel Terry Walden. Your
bing Mrs.Ginsberg's floors for 15? an hour and I was breaking Home All local Morehousemen majesty, I hope that
into empty apartments stealing lead water pipes and selling are asked to please be 693-4041 you will enjoy wearing this crown with the privi

them to the junk man so we could eat. also remember walking present. Important businessto lege as I did. God bless you.

15 miles to the freight to coal be discussed. .
yard pick up the that fell from ------------------------------------------------------------
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the trains and pulling that wagon all the way home so we
wouldn't freeze to death. And I wasn't as big as a minute and YOUNG PEOPLEDEPARTMENT

stayed hungry. Poverty today has not changed.The wage scale O.E.S.

has changed from 15? an hour to$1.60 an hour but the cost of Franklin Federal Savings
The A. A. Dixon Elementary
living still leaves us at that 15?. That 90? a day mama made
School 1201 North H.St. Pen-
would buy a 10? loaf of bread; a 5? bottle of milk; a pound of'' ,
beef for 19? and went a long way toward rent, etc. Today that sacola, Fla., was the setting :
for the annual workshop of the & Loan
loaf of bread cost us 35?; a bottle of milk is 7 times more : Association
O.ES. The young People's Department I
than in those days and that beef is $1.00 a pound. So the dol-
was well represented :
lar is still the same as in those days. Hard to get, and easy to
those who
by were present.
spend-not only in the poverty areas, but in the middle class :
areas as well. Their first pointing out in their 4 711 Northwest 5th Street "
report, was our weakness,be- :
Would you believe I found some of my old buddies in the
cause there were not enough :
same apartment building after 30 years? They could have
boys in their i youth departments 4
the with the rents have there. Miami Florida
bought building by now they paid getting training for ;
There is a police call box on every light pole along the block, their future prospect. They 4 ,
and the live in New make the of
way they York poverty areas
were so grateful for their dl4 4
Miami look like Hotel Row on Miami Beach. Well, I could be :
namlc speakers and leaders,
exagerating a bit,but it is pathetic.The people there don't have Dr.Clementine Beaumont, Know Your Directors ,
air to breathe. live of each other stacked like !
They on top up Nelson Daniels, G.W. M., Fla. I, i.
sardines, and some,of them have never seen a lawn not to mention 4 J
''
and '
Jurisdiction, PHA, International 4 * 1/ 'lf. Q" '
trees in the yards and hedges.Sure we have poverty here GWM. U. S. Africa', : f ., :;. ". ,
and slums, but they are nothing compared to the poverty in Canada Isle's of the Sea and

certain areas of New York. The air polution. . the fact that Dr. Charlotte L. Ford, work- Reverend Edward T. Graham
people are afraid to walk the streets . the real slums . shop chairman, for so grac-
and they have the gall to talk about the South and our problems.We iously giving them a great

have problems, but they are minor compared to theirs. Identity in this great world-
We really should be helping them move to the South where they wide Christian organization, 1<1...:.,. Reverend Edward T. r

can breathe God's fresh air and live in clean sunshine and be that their president, MiriamT. . Graham is minister of the Mt.

what they want to be.All it takes is a little 1n1titive and"get up Ford,and her officers,pre- ,,. p' Zion Baptist Church, and
and go." Of course, some of us could use a little of it too. And sented them with beautiful N" Chairman of the Board of

then. . I joined May me in Nassau for her birthday and spenta gardenia corsages. Trustees of Florida Memorial
week with her there. I came home and played all the golf I College. Reverend Graham
wanted to until it came time to"meet the mule Monday morn- received his B.S.Degree from

ing" . to do all I can, with the help of God, to work in the EVENING CLASSESAT ".. t Benedict College. His M. A.
poverty program and help those who need help so badly.I k 4 ; Degree was taken Columbia
FMC '. University and his Doctorate
ran across an interesting statement in the Black Dollar" -'" in Divinity, with honors, in I",

which is a Washington, D. C. publication, and thought I would Evening classes at Florida 1962 from St. Andrews Seminary -
pass it on to you; Memorial College will be initiated y5r London, England.

"What is Black Dollar?" Its purposes are threefold. (1) to this semester with His background includes social
increase the growth and stabilization of black business (2)) to Mathematics 101,General work with the YMCA and
increase the purchasing power of black tamUies(3)( )to educatethe Mathematics and English 101 the USO in New York. He ar-
black community to a greater understanding of economics (Freshman Cooumfcations). """ wywi wj ijSj&l rived in Miami in 1943 and became :\

so that they can control their own lives through united action.In The courses will be offered on I Founder and Executive

short, if black power is to have any revelence for the black Tuesdays and Thursdays from Director of the Greater Miami
man and woman in the street, it must be translated into dol- 6:35 p.m. to 9:10 p.m. Urban League. In 1948 he took

lars and sense. Money runs America. Money controls our lives. The announcement was over at Mt. Zion

If more black people can understandhowthis"goes down" we made by Dr. John L. Wilson, r The to whichhe
organizations
force in this In Shakespeare'sonly vice-president of Academic 4
can become a powerful country. belongs and in which he
drama about a black man, Othello," Largo tells it likeit Affairs. holds too
membership are
is: "Fill thy purse with money. . make all the money thou Originally built to accomo- s numerous to summarize,
canst." Black Dollar" will dedicate tohelpingthe black date 750 students the Collegehas
f
as are the wards which he has
w
businessman, the black housewife, the black consumer, the accepted 1200 students and ; received in Dade County.
black worker and the black teenager to improve the economicsof evening classes which were
their lives.We can only succeed to the extent the black com- projected as part 01 toe program
munity develops more financial independence and is truly able for September, 1969,are
to control or own community." currently being organized.The I

evening classes are I - - -- - - - - - - - - - - a. - .
PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Emily Collins open to the public and three

hours credit will be given for II I I
PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Paul Wyche attending class once a week. : Miami TimesSUBSCRIPTION :

Dr. Wilson may be reachedby I
VIP OF THE WEEK: Betty Lou Barbieri calling 625-2413 at Florida I ORDER I
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Memorial College, 15800 NW I I
MOTHER OF THE WEEK: Ellen Pratt 42nd Avenue I Miami Times

Closing date for late I 6530 NW 15th Avenue :
QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Gotta tell you about a placewe registration -
found in Nassau called "The Bootlegger Inn." It is owned for day students is Oct.lillliacifeVi5Mll. I Miami, Florida 33147 : I

and operated by a fellow named John Tomlins, and is on Bay 1. '
Street, one and one-half blocks east of Rawson Square. It is II II Enclosed is $5.00 to cover the cost of a one year subscription i to :

upstairs, tully air conditioned,beautiful, and has the best steaksin The Miami Times. I
town. As if that is not enough, they have dancing, too. Next : .
time you're in Nassau, stop up there and enjoy the good food I Mail Paper to: r"

and atmosphere . New fellow in town with his lovely wife, t F I }I
Bill and Jerry Sypret. He is the national rep for Seagram's Address I I
from Detroit. Welcome to Miami ,__ DOUBLE ACTION I 1 I II
Distillers, and they are y'all I
5'M /COLORS CRAY KAJRWAa
hear tell thata lot of soul brothers are voting for Tom I ,
, We City State Zip' Code :'
2 DRESSES HAJR IN PLACE |
McPherson as State Senator in District 37 (Broward County) '

cause they say he's a "soul brother"(if only on the inside) I IV Io I------------------------------


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... ,.. 1-- IFAMU Artist Works On Display I

TheHappening I,
A collection of oils by Dr. on view through Oct. 25.

Howard Lewis, head of the
[ department of art at FloridaA& Subject matter consists of
M University is being a review of our times,includ-

i il'I shown at Washington Federal, ingaspects of the Vietnamesewar

By Garth C. Reeves, Jr. I Meridian Ave, branch, Miami and civil rignts. He uses
; \ the college technique.
I Beach, where it will remain
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Last Friday night Miami Jackson beat Miami High in the I
Orange Bowl by a score of 21-7.The game was amusing and Brownsville We/com/ ies New Personnal I

the halftime show was enjoyable,even though the bands played ,
from the stands while the skilled flagettes of Miami High and Brownsville Junior High ginia Davis are new in the Math

the pretty swingettes of Jackson did their routines on the field. I School is off to a promisingstart Department. In the Basic
Everyone was having wonderful evening until we walked out with the addition of new education are Mrs. Elouise
of the stadium on Jacksons side. What we saw was enough to 0' l kf I personnel. The youth, experience Jones and Mr. James Morgan.
make anyone mad. There were enough dogs and policementhere ,\ I and education of Miss Annie Dorothy Clarkhas

to successfully attack a North Vietnamese camp. The these new people have already joined the faculty in reading;

girls were afraid, naturally, while most boys like myself were I begun to bring about change and Mrs. Mary Chapman and
very angry. A large majority of people didn't really know what which are sure to help Browns Mr. Marvin Gaines are new in
was going on and ignored the men in uniform with dogs who I ville achieve higher goals. the Special Education Department -
looked Mr. Lorenzo emer is
actually very silly. ,
Even all Is < I Mr. David A. White, Assis- the new shop teacher.
as exciting as of this you have yet to hear the '<

climax of this story: There were no dogs on Miami High's side A'.,r Pip I tant Principalfor and Mr. Walter Administration E.- Several of the new personnelare
of the Orange Bowl. None whatsover.For one week now I have ; .', from the Miami area and
K r 6 Assistant Principal for ;
been trying to figure out, Just what they were expecting us to :.'. Oden, various places in Florida
do. Guidance, have been added to ;
;; however, the majority of them
the roster of the administrative
-
Being sensible about the entire situation,we'll overlook their l
other states of
represent many
behavior, hoping they realize this was a waste of time. I think office. Miss Mary V.
the United States.Among these
these type squads would be more appreciated in South Dade, i Davis, who has served one
where they can tame their own. year as acting Assistant Principal are Mississippi, Alabama,
Soul Stitw 01 l lOur f e Wed I for Curriculum, has this Ten n e s s e e,Massachusetts.

. . . . . . year been assigned i to that South Carolina, and New York.

On Saturday night a surprise party was thrown for Joe soul sister of the week is Gwendolyn McDave, I position on a full-time basis. The facultyandstafandthe

Thomas, Northwestern senior, by his little sister Linda. granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Mathis of Twelve teachers have been students of Brownsville Junior
Carlos Harding, Joe's friend, who played decoy picked Joe up 1481 NW 55th Terrace.Gwen is a Junior at Miami Jack- assigned regular Junior high High School have renewed
from the house around 9 p.m. and decided to bring him back son where she is an active member of the PepClub.She courses for this year. Mr. their dedication to move
around 11 p.m. It was a long wait which really turned out to be would like to attend Florida Memorial College and r Johnny Bostic and Mrs.Agnes Brownsville all the way to the

worthwhile. be a secretary. Oxidine are new in the Science top.

Lazette Johnson and Linda Squire, both Jackson Juniors, Department; Mrs.Lillian Finder -
threw what seems to be one ofthe biggest parties of the school Mr. Howard Sorkin, Miss
.
year on Saturday night at the Carver Branch YMCA. From Doris Franks and Mrs. Vir-
what I hear its' the talk of all the schools. However, dominat-
ing all the conversations is the name"The Factells." This is
the soul band that seemed to make the party the swinger it _7

was.

. . . . . . .

Diana Ross and the Supremes appeared on last week's Ed
Sullivan show where they sung a medley of tunes from the
broadway play "Funny Girl." The audience roared with ap-
proval. But the girls literally brought the house down, when
the introduced their new 45 rpm "Love Child." 1)1r
It's been awhile since Supremes have had No. 1 record.

But you can rest assure "Love Child"will start the ball rol- 0 r
ling again. _


Last weeks answers to the soul test were:

Airman Gerald "Chub"
1. B 8-B Reed son of Mrs. Dora Reed
2. C 9-A
10 Bradley 1139 N.W. 77th St.
3. A -,C
.. .. 11-A is currently home on leave for
4. C
5. A h 12-B ten days after completingbasic
training at Lackland
: 13-B
6.. B
p,
AFB before to
reporting
7.C !" i 14-B ,
Little Rock AFB, Ark. Geralda
former Northwestern"Bull"
SOUL TEST n MATCHING
graduated in the class of '68.


1. James Baldwin a. Detroit minister
CITIZENSHIP DAY AT
2. Dr.Kenneth Clark b. NAACP (National)
3. Rev. Albert c. Former Head of Core HOLMES ELEMENTARYOn

Cleage d. Educator Sept. 17, a sixth grade
4. Charles Evers e. Professor at San Diego class under the direction of
5. James Farmer State A r Li/ Mrs. R. Hollomon, presentedan

6. Harry Edwards f. Author AA N S ___ assembly program for the
7. Thurgood g. president SCLC entire student body in observance -
Marshall of Constitution Day.
8. Mohammed All h. Supreme Court This presentation was the out-
9. A. Philip i. Comedian growth of a class assignment.

Randolph Pupils organized themselvesinto
-10. Dr. MartinLuther J. Urban League groups to work on various
King aspects of the program. An
-11. Whitney Young k. CORE original skit was presentedwith
_.2. Adam Clayton 1. Columnist background murals and

Powell costumes designed by pupils
-13. Robert Weaver m. SNCC under the direction super-
4. Roy Wilkins n. Union President vision of Mrs. R. Blacknell.

-15. Dr. Benjamin o. Cassius Clay Patriotic songs, bells and
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-16. Carl Rowan p. Educator (Ga.) the class under the
qPoetr. COCA-COLA OF MIAMI SWINGS WITH THE MIAMI TEENS group
-17. LeRoi Jones direction of Mrs. P. Dunn.
18. Rap Brown Cabinet Member
The entire program conveyed -

-- .19. Dick Gregory McKisslck s.t. Congressman.Keep NAACP, Mississippi. The Coca-Cola Bottling Company of Miami continues in its effort to identify to the pupils of Holmes Ele-

.20. Floyd with the vast teenage population of Dade County, through planned mentary School that"the con-
con- stitution of the United States,
,
structive recreational outlet. Friday night free Record Hops at various schools the
as
account of the number correct each week, so you can universally regarded
score. have provided many youngsters throughoutMiami with a place to go other than finest expression of the determination -
figure your
the street corners. of a free peopleto
govern themselves and to
LATER, Soulful.
'" The above photo shows recipients of door protect their liberty" was
* * * * * * prizes awarded at Miami Edison signed on Sept. 17, 1787,by the
,. Friday, September 27. Included are Nickie Lee of WAME radio station delegates to the convention
45 OF THE WEEK Love Child by Diana Ross & Supremes Fleetwood Price, sales & marketing representative of the Miami Coca-Cola, called to draft it. ![

ALBUM OF THE WEEK-Diana Ross the Supremes sing and Bottling Co., and Mr. Ryne who is director of student activities at Miami Edi- Evelyn Y. B.Stephenson,is I
perform GIRL" son High School. reporter, R. Hollomon,teacher -
T. C. Crowder, principal.
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Dyer Costs Attending ConferenceMr. Health Care I Black Oriented Market Programming Needed I i T j


ORLANDO. As we look to the future, I predict that primarily on (1) communication, (2) merchandising and .
Bernard Dyer, Direc- m there will, in our lifetime, be a continued need for spec- promotions added. z.
tor, Liberty City Community ialists in customer-orientated programs directed toward Under the sub topic,"The Negro Market Today,1'Smith *
Council, will be among the black consumers . that these specialists will develop pointed out that The Center For Research In Marketing
conference participants when } highly sophisticated marketing techniques and tools . estimated the 1965 non-white population at 21,058,000,11
the second In a series of nine and that there will evolve what I choose to term, "Urban percent of the country's total.He ponted out that in termsof I
regional health care costs Marketing specialists. ." annual purchasing power the Negro market Is estimatedat
conferences announced recently Thus, spoke Charles J. (Chuck) Smith, m, director of between 27 and 30 plus billions of dollars. .
by HEW Secretary Wil- S. Special Market Activities, Royal Crown Cola Co.,Columbus Smith continued, ". . I want to establish what hopefully ;
bur Cohen will be held In At- r Ga., as he closed in a recent address to members of Is a very solid base to the'correlation of appropriateness :
lanta, Georgia at the Execu- the Orlando (Fla.) Area Advertising Club. He had as his of market coverage at the retail level' to black
tive Park Motor Hotel, Oct. subject, "Black-Orientated Market Programming:A Vital consumers. I have said earlier 'market segmentation Is
4-5. Facet of The Segmented Marketing Concept." a fact of life! To this I add now 'residential segregationis

According to Robert P. By- Prior to predicting the continued need for black con- also a fact of American life."
num, Regional Commissionerof sumer-orientated marketing specialists, Smith quoted "What is the real or marketing Implication of residen-
Social Security In Atlanta, from the summary of the"Challenge of America's Metro- tial segregation? What is the relationship, if any to the J

Conference Director, the pur- politan Population Outlook 1960 1985," the recently concept of market segmentation? '1
pose of the conference Is to 1 released study prepared for the National Commission on "The answer is a simple one! The goals of increased
bring together a representative BERNARD DYER Urban Problems.The study predicts that the United States distribution and availability can only come when firm's }t

group of leaders of the extended care, home care, will become Increasingly segregated by race over the products are distributed and a va liable in ecery profitable

health community, the insur- nursing home administratorsand next 17 years. outlet.
ance industry, and consumersand the general public. The In his opening remarks, Smith, who Is serving a third The heart of segmentation is People Research.
purchasers (both Govern- participation of such a diverse term as a vice president of the National Association of Smith then followed with this quote from The Reportof
ment and public) to approachthe and highly competent group of Market Developers said: The National Advisory Commission on Civil Disor-
problem of rising health business ders: '.
care costs through the stimu- ,leaders professionaland "As an initial point of departure, 'total market pene- "The extent of residential segregation The rapid expansion -
community certainly tration 'maximum return investment advancedas residential and scale
lation of on are of all-Negro areas large
experiments and Innovations should stimulate local actionto
in two of marketing's basic objectives. One of the pri- white withdrawal have continued a pattern of residential
the
financing and
health
Improve care for all mary advantages of the market segmentation concept is segregation that has existed In American cities for de ,
delivery ofhealthcareser- at a reasonable cost .
vices. Bynum that it provides the marketer with tool with which to establish cades. A recent study reveals this pattern is present to
added.
"A major goal target or primary market identification,and,thus, a high degree In every large city in America. The authors L
Bynum 200
said "Is Approximately repre- he can correspondingly structure his marketing objectvesto devised an Index to measure the degree of residential
to have
this confer- sentatives from h
ence lead to new action programs vate and public, pri- achieve Increased marketing efficiency. The principal segregation. The index indicates for each city the per- I
independent organi- advantage of segmentation Is that It enables the marketerto centage of Negroes who would have to move from the
to meet problems con- zations from Alabama -
Florida spend his funds efficiently. Market segmentation Is a blocks where they now live to other blocks in order to ''
fronting the consumer of Georgia Mississippi N.
,
fact of lifel"Continuing! provide a perfectly proportional unsegregated distribution
health and those
care respon- Carolina S. Carolina and
Ten- *
sible for its administration nessee have accepted invita- Smith told his audience. . it is within of population. According to their findings,the average -
Index for 207 of the cities
segregation
largest U. S.
and delivery. We are hop tions to attend the conference.The the framework of 'total market penetration,' 'the extentto
'
was 86.2 in 1960. This means that of over 86
ing for constructive motiva- general chairman for the which appropriate coverage is achieved at the retail anaverage
percent of all Negroes would have to change blocks to
tion of Interactions in the local conference Is Dr. David level, and 'market segmentation as it relates to black "
create an unsegregated population distribution.
communities among physicians Wilson, hospital director, consumers that I wish to devote a significant share of the
Smith then said to his audience "As advertising men ,
,
and other health pro- University Hospital, Jackson, time that remains for this presentation.' Marketing programs and I
women you have the responsibility of recommendingthe
fessionals, hospital adminis- Miss., who is just completinga designed for Negroes or blacks, are widely referred -
channels
of communication to reach the desired target
trators and trustees, insur- term as President, American or black orientated market programming and is
audience of clients. There is widespread belief In
your
ance and prepayment officials Hospital Association. based on the segmented marketing concept."
the advertising fraternity that 'mass media reaches
... At this point the 20-year marketing and public relations everybody.; Again he referred to the Kerner Commis-

Carver UM To Help veteran discussed the evolution of Negro marketing sion's report which states. . most Negroes distrust
saying It has historically been structured on ((1))identifi- what they refer to as the'White Press!He also cited the
cation, ((2)) recognition, and ((3) achievement. Report's observations re: radio and television. Smith
Ranches BlackBusinessmen Although Negro market programming has been heavily added, ". .one of the most effective mediums for reach-
public relations orientated, it has been expected to pro- ing blacks is the most effective mediums for reaching
News duce marketing outcomes, Smith declared. "Negro mar- blacks Is the black press which is black owned and operated -
!| ket programming can perhaps to date be said to be basedTrJhiiiiTi ."
By Walter BowoJ I

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The VFW Post No. 8195 and The University of Miami -
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the Ladles Auxiliary are asked would like any information ef Personal Loans ...
to be ready to attend the 15th concerning new businesses SUCK BLACKDOUBLE
district meeting in Hollywoodon opening in the South Miami ACTIONs
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the Dixie Highway at VFW area which are under Black .n" /CAL0RS6MYlMR8LAXQDRESSESIWRINPLACE

Post No. 2500.All officers and ownership ._ Auto Loans J

members who plan to attend, The University paper, The h I

please meet at the post homeon Hurricane will conduct free .
"' "b." Federal Rtitrv Mtmb ri Federal lUitrv
Pembroke Road on Sunday, eight-week business campaign Syl'tm Mmbtrf Mortage Loans Syttcm e "'.mb.r,*
F.d.rol D.ponlfniuranc4 Fidcrol Dvpotit
Is
Oct. 6. Walter Bowe com- for these businesses.For Corporation Inturonct Corporation
mander; James Pinkney Is adjutant my
further Information -.
contact Barry Munchick,Hur- dressmaker 0 p MAnorw. LUll(

Don't forget our Friday-Sa- ricane Business Manager at Checking p E::':: rutsorserr Beret

turday nights Fish Fry at the 284-4401. 6026 NW 7th Avenue o uo.m nw ,

post home. Come outand enjoy New Exclusive Accounts P. =. p
yourselves and meet nice people West Hollywood returned from Rudy to Wear LMAnoNALSE u lr ,
at the post home. Post No. her vacation last week, visi- Popular Prices = : 7z!

8195 Ladles Auxiliary, Mrs. ting in Canada and many other measure.Better dresses Alterations made fast to SE _v MA rw.IM K .

Addle James is president and cities. She reported a nice and free.. (Indef) We cooperate with the t( ,
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Ford Invests' $1 Million fn' Integrated Housing

Family

NEW YORK.-William W. buildings in good residential sized in announcing the invest Ford Foundation and other institutions -
Brill, Board Chairman of the neighborhoods far from areas ment that, "Our trustees are have subscribed -
Health Mutual Real Estate Investment of Negro concentration and integrates determined that we must enlarge nearly $8,000,000 of Trust
Trust, confirmed this week an its properties while our kit of tools to helpin securities at $20 per share.
investment by the Ford Foundation providing a return on invest- the social crisis of our time.In M-REIT Is headed by Morris
of $$1,000,000 of the ment to its shareholders. making this break with our Milgram, an experienced developer -
Center Trust's shares. Y tradition, we are frankly of Interracial housing,

M-REIT, as the Trust is McGeorge Bundy, Ford hoping to give encouragementto and an Integrated Boardof
known, purchases apartment Foundation President,empha- others with similar respon- Trustees. Paul T.O'Keefewbo
sibilities." is chairman of the Board of
U One of the many progressive profiles on the Miami scene is
M-REIT, with headquartersat Charles Noyes and Co., a ma-
that of Dr. George A. Simpson, a young man of great promise 30 E. 42 St.,NYC,owns nine jor New York real estate firm,
in the field of medicine.Dr. Calls For Meet On Police
I apartment buildings in New Is vice chairman of the
Simpson graduated from r rrl York, New Jersey, Illinois, M-REIT Board. Other trus-
Meharry Medical School in 1950, I Black ConflictWhitney and Virginia and has another tees are:Thomas Klutznick,
began private practice in Miami, four buildings under contract. treasurer; Patrick F. Crow-
in 1958,became Chief of Surgery I Young, National police lawlessness." He noted it has quietly integrated all its ley, Norman P. Mason and
at Christian Hospital in 1959 and I Urban League executive director that Attorney General Ramsey properties while providing John H. Wheeler. Mr. Wheeler -
Chief of Staff at Christian Hospital called last week for a Clark raised this issue recently quarterly returns to share- Is president of the Mechanics -

in 1960. His constant con : special White House Confer- when he asked, "Who holders, which have been tax- and Farmers Bank, Durham -
tacts with medical associations rN ence on the growing conflict will protect the public when free due to depreciation. North Carolina the na-
and seminars keep him abreast between the, police and the the police violate the law?" Organized in 1965, over tion's largest Negro owned
with the finest medical findingsin i black community.The "The overwhelming maJor- 7,000 investors including the bank.
the country. civil rights leader urg- ity of decent,hardworking
Dr. Simpson is also Medical ed each of the Presidential police officers suffer from the ; .. .

Director of the Economic Opportunity candidates in this year's election acts of a few extremists and .,..,.: y..... j" ., ,f ..L' (;, O'' ... :AMS mMSIHE. )<.:
Family Health Center, to publicly pledge that he the few who are on the take," {;; ,
Inc., and Assistant Professor of will call such a conference as Mr. Young observed. "I'm '. '949 :
Pediatrics for Surgery with the L ,4 I.a means of "Improving police sure they would support a :.i.
Division of Family Medicine. forces and bettering police- Presidential Conference A ENJOT FLORIDA OUTDOOR I.
University of Miami. As Medi: community relations." which would come up with solutions : LIYIN6{ WITH THIS

cal.Director for the Economic Opportunity Family Health Cen- Such a conference, Mr. for the problems J BEAUTIFUL PRECAST TILE :
ter, Inc., Dr. Simpson is responsible for the organizationand Young said, would also take created by the handful of TABLE SET AND UMBRELLA r
supervision of service operations in the area of clinical up the "serious question of wrongdoers." .. I:
medicine. ':i a COMPLETELY HUB HIDE '
i:' LIFETIME. CONSTRUCTION
A deep regard for the rights of man propels Dr. Simpsoninto ) a. WRITTEN IUURTII : .;:..-
the arena of community involvement. He has an under- families and is now approaching the registration and treat- <:::11 CANT RUST OR COMOOETht .,i ,.-,,; 1. ... I
standing of and in the of of "U obtain of estab- ', "'I'I-: ; ; 1
problems participation solving com- ment 1,000 patients we our objective ,1 :.. "
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munity problems. For two years he was President of the lishing three satellite stations," says Dr.Simpson,"we hope, *}.1: Model Til. Table, with 2 bcnchti fc :..._.::.;:..%". ..t.M I
NAACP and is currently active in the association.With within four or five years,to ultimately service 30,000 patients fringed outdoor collopribl.Iimbr.l. .:"'-.: M .",

a program such as the Family Health Center, Dr. Simpson which will represent 6,000 families." patients are referredto h..:. Table Ia. ..,..;.... ....... ......34.30 ii\.:'',,,;' ::tc.-\;; \ ........,.:..:.t""'
says he hopes "to demonstrate that ineffective medical the center through other agencies, neighborhood centers, ::. Umbrella R.g..........-..26.00 i"-i- : ."...:.";.'.J'f''if':. .tti'a.g. .>,
care for poor people has been not just by lack of money or patients, doctors and various means.Dr.Simpson feels enthu- : Combination ...$60.50 tlf I\$y'V.
lack of sense of dedication on the part of the deliverer, but by siastic over the present: progress and optimistic over the future .
the methods used to give this care, and the attitude of the plans of the program. '' NOW ONLY .
health people toward the poor patient." "We have to prove" Dr. Simpson lives in a spacious home with his wife Dr. Da- 4995l1G. fi

continued Dr. Simpson, "that the only adequate way of having zelle Simpson, prominent in her own right as a pediatrician, 1t.. '
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effective care is not only in giving it to the poor but to have and his three children George Jr., Gregory and Gary. j. ...
them participate in the health matters. This can be done by :.: ..'.., Call Today 754.7171. I:
demonstrating the relevance of good health to their present HEALTH HINT- Be a medical watchdog.watchdog can :!
HONIS.OPIN 24 HOURS A DAY
living conditions and by removing the obstacles which tradi- protect your home from ruin and your family from harm. But :\. '
tionally prevent the poor from securing needed health ser he can't protect your most valuable possession-good health. ::: .Jt, I
vices." Keep a watch on good health and with a periodic examination, I r!; ? atio J.Y.La

Comprehensive medical services, which include social and which your physician will suit to your individual needs. If you 1 OPEN DAILY t I LlS I ,..I.n .
psychological care, as well as treatment of physical ailments, are over 35 years of age, you'll need a checkup each year. r CL/IIIIIUA1
are the services Family Health Center plans to bring to the Persons over 50 may need one even more frequently. The examinations
people. usually includes a. health. istory.a physical ex- 655 N.W.J9th ST. MIAMI FLORIDA

Since opening June, the center has registered close to 200 amination, and some laboratory and x-ray studies. .! m; '::ii:: :r. :

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in federal grants to train .' .... ... 1 01._ '. ...., '"' -1.....
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a release from his Wash .
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ing the fight to acquire the J
beautiful keys of under the
Manpower Development and

Training Act. The7week end :

The programs,funded jointly -
by the Department of Labor,
and Health, Education and
Welfare include; call distance night of the week for the
long any
Why wait until Saturday when you can start tonight? Because now you can
Not than $1 for a 3-minute, station.to-station call anywhere in the
-- $69,954 for 40 persons I same low price you pay on Saturdays and Sundays. more

taking a25-weekwelding country, after 7 p.m. So go ahead and start your weekend right now.

course. Maximum rates for a 3-minute, station-to-station call, plus tax, anywhere in the U.S., except Alaska and Hawaii.Us .
__ $36,120 for 20unemployed .\
persons to take a 26-week ':;

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_-. BY JIMMY "SCOOP" BETHEL WIG CLEANING

Three fourths of the na-
The great musical sounds CUTTING a STYLING
of Grambling's Band on the field ion's mentally retarded'\reliving
playing to a sell-out crowd of 60,800 football fans . People in urban and rural
from all over the USA arrived in New York to be a witness to slums.
the "big pigskin parade"between Grambl1ngand MorganState A child in a low income
Universities . Many thousands: were turned away because of family is 15 times more likelyto F
the early advanced ticket sell-out.
be diagnosed as retarded
YANKEE.STADIUM NYMORGAN STATE VSGRAMGLING than is a child in a higher income -
..Sept.28.Even with Charlie Joiner (Grambling's main man) family.
grabbing many passes and taking the spotlight with long gains, Thirty-eight percent of all
Morgan State (Maryland)beat Grambling,(Lou1siana)9-1. . the institutions for the retarded ,
This game was played to benefit the Street Academy program are greatly overcrowded.And a 'T'
. .To help kids with scholarships which is a wonderful cause. the majority of these institutions daM
The game was tight and everyone was happy. Most of the 26 are old and over-
"Pigskin Stars who played Saturday" are now professionals, crowded. 'And the majority of
all from the Morgan State and Grambling"Alma Mater." . these institutions are old and ,
There were, Quart'back Charles Harrison,George Nock John outmoded, some a century or
Ann, Secretary Mr. Walters, President Alice, Head Stylist
Fuqua, also fullbacks Will Brooks and Joe A lex and Ends, Ray more old.Some .
Chester and Sonny Person all with states spend as littleas
Morgan State . With the
LET US CONVERT YOUR WIG TO THE
Grambling Tigers, was QB James Harris, FB Henry Jones, $3 per dayperperson for
HB Willie Armstrong, Billy Newsome, Hilton Crawford and residential care of the retarded. POPULAR AFRO STYLE FOR JUST $12.50

Bennie Taylor . Miami's own, Theothilus "Teddy" Roach AS ONLY WE CAR
(Booker T. Washington Jr. High school teacher)came into NY Only 42,715 attendants are
by Jet to dig the "Morgan State-Grambling game last Satur- on the job in institutions for .-------------------------p

day. While in NY Teddy visited his sister, Marie (Roach) the retarded; 80,490areneed- : $2.00 Save COUPON Save $2.00 :
Carter, 629 W 115th St. Harlem, and his brother, Henry Mr.' ed.
Roach, 1170 E. 229 St. Bronx . George Wilkerson at the These are among the significant 1 This coupon is worth two dollarsoffour .
game. facts presented in the : regular price of wig styling I i or wig sales. :
M ....-.....,-- second report of the Presi-

dent's Committee on Mental : $2.00 Save Save $2.00 :
Retardation, released today by
President Lyndon B. Johnson. -----------------------r- .
Titled MR 68, The Edge of
wR Change, the report documentsthe
high incidence of retarded -

development among the The Continental Club
poor, the shortage of manpower -
to serve the retarded, and
the low quality of residentialcare 6000 NW 7 Ave

available to most of them.

I While reporting notable Friday One Nile Only
EMI Y ll' progress under the health and

education legislation of the ..... "tah
MIRACLES SAM AND DAVE JAMES BROWNON Johnson Administration, MR -. .... '\'.
THE SCENE-BROOKLINE MASS. . Louise "Pony" 68 also notes that further ma- <,
Williams and her daughter, Judy and Alma "Bunny" Howellat jor changes are required in tj\ &.
the Spotlight Club in Boston where they were partying with order to prevent retardation .:.' r'" Richard Smith and Benny Gayle a few Fridays ago. The rumoris before it occurs andtohelpall '
"there will be wedding bells soon for Benny Howell and those who are retarded. a 4 Ay
Dick Smith . I do dig that City of Brookline, Mass . The Included in the report's'
Scoop. recommendations are;
Education and health ser
vices for every child from .
birth; An insurance system to
give parents a free choice in
selecting needed services; I
Development of national accreditation M
standards for
residential facilities for the
A w" retarded; Voluntary family
re planning'"hervlces- for all
Americans; A program to re-
build: obsolete residential facilities -
1 -and relocate others;
Grants for"training of supportive -
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RICHARD BUNNY BEN PONY JUDY personnel.
Also recommended in the
ROUND ABOUT TALK AND SOUL MUSIC SURVEY.. Sam report's section on manpower
and Dave, headlining the NY 125th Apollo'Theatre with Red are greatly increased use of
Foxx (Master Jokester) . It's Tammi and Marvin Gaye's supportive personnel as "ex- ,
"You're All I Need To Get By" from Benny Howell dedicatedto pa nders" of professionalstaff
Richard Smith ?The Impressions"r m A Fool For You" and study of the chang-
dedicated to pretty Lucille Howard of 575 NW 57th St. . To ing roles of professional staffIn
the Sam Wilsons' (She's the former Billy Rolle) It's the Five service programs.In .
Stairsteps'Don't Change Your Love' dedicated by the Coral all, the report makes 26
Gables Vet. Hosp. secret seven .Smokey Robinson and the :recommendations for improved -
Miracles sing to 19,000 at the Madison Square,Sept. 25, dur- residential services, recruitment --'p
ing the Gala Harvest Moon Ball. (They received a standing and use of man- I_
ovation) . Clarence Carter's Away"dedicated to cute power, and breaking the links
Donnie Townsend. (Hollywood) To Alma Ruffin, it's "The between poverty and mental
Los Pop Tops" No. 1 hit, "Oh Lord, Why Lord" . James retardation. Action at all [ARTHUR CONLEY "Sweet Soul Music"
Brown's "Yesterday's Dream" together . Freddie Scott's levels by both public and pri- "People Sure Act Funny"
"You Got What INeed' a master piece.This is Jimmie (Scoop) vate agencies Is called for.
Bethel saying, time and tide waits for no man. C-U-NX-WK. Copies of the report are "Shake, Rattle & Roll" "Down on Funky Street"HIS

available_-_ _in_ _limited_n'____ quantity SHOW HIS BAND ,
from the President's Committee -
SHOWS 2 BANDS
ZIGZAGSEWING on Mental retardation,
Washington, D. C. 20201. WITHBarbara
MACHINES CLEARANCES yeor guarant.
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$18881 ALLCANDIDATERALLY
1st Show 10 p.m. 2nd Show 1 a.m. 3 ,. "'
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CALL TODAY Florida Senior Citizens F
685-7564 League of Voters will hold an FOR RESERVATIONS CALL 751-6521 , n
all-candidate rally at 8 p.m.
We Deliver ,
1C Tuesday at 755 Washington SATURDAY & SUNDAY NIGHT '_'f'' .
Avenue in the auditorium of the J
Sewing SHOW TIME WITH
ABC Center Miami Beach Federal Savingsand
t ':' 1'r I Loan Association U. S. THE REFLECTIONS .w t

....,. JBRAtID Representative Claude Pepper MARY HYLOR SUNDAY EVENING 5-9 P.M.
12910 HW ff .. will represent the Humphrey-
7th Avenue : C' NEW Muskle Democratic ticket THE CUPCAKES The Elite Civic Club's

Miami S8tfSO 1968 PORTABLES | while Irving I. Cypen will rep. LITTLE EDDIE TAYLOR BIG SHOW ,& DANCE
resent U.S. Senate Democratic -
TRADES EASY TERMS ACCEPTEDAll nominee LeRoy Collins. THE AMBASSADORS and 2 BANDS

State Representative Gerald KING EDWARDS TRIO Adm. Only $1.00All Tables FREE
Credit Cords and Charge Plates Accepted Lewis will serve as master off .. ,- M.
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'Black is beautiful" is an Z. ,

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bearded revolutionary in "It AVE t THE NA TION'S FASTEST GROWING AUTOMOBILE CLUBAs
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Ivan, a powerful, quiet man '
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gentle eyes, isn't one of ; WHEN INVOLVED IN TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS
force anything on anyone especially "m\; : : i& COURT & LAWYER FEES
children. After all,as
WRECKER SERVICE
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push something at a child too I vET fAf LOCK & KEY SERVICE

[hard he Just might reject it. THEFT PROTECTION ON YOUR CAR

But over a decade ago,when COMPLETE TRAVEL SERVICE
I the first of the Dixon's four ... .. } .
COMPLETE TRAVEL SERVICE INCLUDING MAPS
I children was born, Ivan began AAVE Eqs
I telling the kids about Africa; ,0 ; .g' j & RESERVATIONS AT LEADING MOTELS
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TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH EXPENSE ALLOWANCE
its geography, tribes culture, ... ? s
| tradition. As their curiosity, .-T Eq BUS FARE ALLOWANCE
grew, they went off their FIRST AID ALLOWANCE

own -- to the library, to him and relate to me,not him worked with him on "Some- t HOME CONFINEMENT DISABILITY INCOME (ACCIDENT)
friends of their
African -
.- to learn more about parents He's perceptive enough at this thing of Value' in'56. He got HOSPITAL SALARY REPLACEMENT (ACCIDENT)
early age to see this and he justdoesn't an "A- plus" on it. PAVEIEA
Black whose AMBULANCE FEE
the proud people
dig it. He's coming
heritage they shared. home a week early from our "We don't push this sort of ACCIDENTAL DEATH BENEFIT UP TO $5,000.00
"The oldest is named afterme relatives' home in North thing on them," explains Ivan.
," informs Ivan, "and he's Carolina just so he'll have "It's their own thing and e- i AaAVELEs FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON HOW YOU CAN QUALIFY
eleven. The next one is nine- enough time to go through the volves from the family dis- w' FOR MEMBERSHIP IN T.A.A. FILL OUT COUPON}QELOW AND
ye a r-old N'Gai Christopher, legalities of changing his name cussions and people they meet. arnE ss MAIL TO TRAVELERS AUTOMOBILE ASSOCIATION' ,
baby, Doris Nomathande. before school starts. Then, when things come up in 2659 N.W. 36 St., Miami, Fla. or Call 634-6884 DO IT NOWI
"The funny thing Is that their classes and the white kids I ....-
though all of th e m have "Of course, he still hasn't choose European countries for . . . . . . . . . . . . . COUPON . . . . . . . . . . . . . ,
Christian names (Doris, decided ona specific name yet. projects, they feel the need to : TRAVELERS AUTOMOBILE ASSOCIATION:
Christopher, Alan)except Ivan He's somewhere between N' choose Black countries. And : GENTLEMEN: -" :

Jr., people call them by their Jaka and about fifty others he they do. It Just happens they I am interested. joining T.A.A. Please ihave your representative contact me.
African i namesN'Gai, Kim- had written down. He has lots feel like it. They do'soul' '
ara, Nomathande. We got the to choose from because he's shows, too, and they imitate NAME:
names from friends, from been going through books and The Temptations and James
ADDRESS
African students and even meeting people and asking a- Brown and other groups.When :
Miriam Makeba. Nomathande bout names and what they mean they do their reports and TELEPHONE NO.
comes from her tribe and He also likes the name Ahmadu shows they don't wantanyhelpThey
: I understand that I am under no obligation to buy.FOR ;
who researchand
means mother of hope'. The because the cat he met do their own . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Japanese usually have one tra- had that name was big and put everything together .
ditional name plus a Christianname strong and walked like a king: themselves."

so why shouldn't we' Ivan's second son, N'Gai, All of the Dixons wear the Ifl.. S YOUR
"One problem has arisen, is a however. What has is
happen tural hairdos Ivan's
program in school. including
that my oldest son, Ivan Jr., Last; year he was skipped from charming wife, Byrlie, who
has now decided to his PHILLIP S.
change the third to the fifth grade, has also perfected several A-
name. He did so for ..positive -
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very -
where he emerged the third Frican dishes. "
reasons, one being that smartest child in the class. -
his broth e r.s and sisters of Next Week: Ivan Dixon dis- BREWERFLA.
African names and he simply When Ivan, Jr. was in the cussess the Black actor: the
feels 'out of it'. second grade, he did a remarkably direction the "new image"
"The other reason is that detailed report on must take, the Black athletes STATE SENATE
he's name after me and he Africa which Included a small who are becoming actors, and
can't go around being Ivan rattan mat given to him by the Black youngster seeking a 4
DISTRICT 45Mr.
Dixon because people look at Sidney Pettier when Ivan, Sr. film career.TFRANKLIN'S .
REPUBLICAN NOMINEEA
& Mrs. Voter:

strong two-party system is in the best interest of every

CARPET citizen of Dade County and Florida. As a Candidate for the Florida

Public Service Commission on the Democratic ticket in 1964 and

0650 NW 22ND AVENUE 1966,1 I exposed the fact that the utilities in Florida including Florida

SPECIALIZING IN RUG SALES & CLEANING Power and Light Company and Southern Bell Telephone Company,
were overchanging the public over $100,000,000.00 a year for
COMMERCIAL CLEANING & FLOOR WAXING
electric and telephone services. I forced the utilities bosses and the
CARPETING CLEANED IN YOUR HOME OR OUR PLANT Florida Public Service Commission to reduce electric and telephonerates
'
FREE ESTIMATES IN YOUR HOME CALL 696-9133 OR 635-3641 over $65,000.000.00 a year. It was my exposes of utilitity

24 HOUR ANSWERING SERVICE overcharges that caused' the Miami Herald and other newspapers
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.I'
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: ; '.: ." :... advertisers and to START TELLING IT LIKE IT IS. This is why the

I Ihit5i1I/I; !/ t.g'",IiirIJ1J / &-. ,,4'\. i iI utility bosses were not successful in passing on the Surtax to you I

tn( : i which they tried to do. THE SPECIAL INTEREST BOYS AND THE I I
:J'r\: :, sdB "ESTABLISHMENT" DON'T like me. They have found out that
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ii;.tiY.; 1f. ,.... 1 \JI' ... PHIL BREWER will stand up and fight for the "little guys" which

j i'Jfffi j.f' goes against the religion of the SPECIAL INTERESTS, and the
/ J-t'lt1. "ESTABLISHMENT" BOYS.

: As your Travelers Automobile Association Broker in your

,...!..::' :t:. area, I am well aware of your problems such as high rents,
cleaning up of vacant lots, poor garbage collections, lack of decent

x t.....;.JJ'Jj I< y c playgrounds and recreational facilities, gouging interest rates, fail
etw ure of landlords to properly maintain the apartment buildings

5 while receiving exorbitant rents from their tenants, improved

educational facilities, decent job opportunities including training on

1Ir the job (too many Miami businessmen holler about "qualifications"while

too few of them are willing to train a man. I wonder how these

same businessmen GOT THEIR START?).
1
As your STATE SENATOR I will be able to give you a
fighting voice in your FLORIDA SENATE. PASS THE WORD TO

YOUR FAMILY, YOUR FRIENDS, YOUR NEIGHBORS VOTEFOR .I

REPUBLICAN NOMINEE BREWER, FLORIDA SENATE,

DISTRICT 45. IT'S TIME FOR CHANGE. I"

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I i Youth Completes Summer Employment With Social

_ Securitygram .
('or IJU1"UUJl v has been a summer of new ex- number and greater itself. and has been very valuable to next summer and, hopefully LEON
variety of
posure to the working world. opportunities exist. job William E. Evans, district the office this summer," he have some of them come bad kn .
A recent high school graduate, Dorothy, who came to workat manager, said youngsters like said. "We are looking forward as permanent employees whei:
she has been working the so- social security in June Dorothy, who participated In to having more Youth Oppor- they complete their education . SAYS 4
cial security district office at plans to go to Miami-Dade, the Youth Opportunity Campaign tunity campaign employees .',' 4.
12695 N W 7th Ave.,North MI- College in the fall where she helped with several dif- ..
ami, for the summer. hopes to major in business. erent kinds of work during the
Dorothy is one of many She said her work at social security vacation months. "They bring .4
young people working under has helped her learn office to the job the energy and fresh 4
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the Youth Opportunity Cam- procedures viewpoint of youth -- and
as wellas f
paign. More than 2,232 such about the social security Dorothy has been no exception. PUBLIC
persons are working at social pro- She has done outstanding job
security offices around the
country, a third more than the
goal originally set under the
campaign by the agency
earlier during the summer. MEETING
The youngsters are paid
$1.60 an hour under the pro-
gram which was started by When
President Johnson in 1965,and Y.
seeks t o provide meaningful

jobs to needy 16 to 21yearolds An informal public hearing will be held by
in order to enable themto
remain in school. the Dade County Department of Housing and iiI :

Most of the young wage ear- t$ r; rx Urban Development Advisory Board on the
ners work at Social Security final plans for the redevelopment of the area
Headquarters in Baltimoreand below:
in theagency's sixpay-
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Social Security beneficiaries changes Leipziger said that include employment,marriage
in Miami Zip Code treats that affect receipt of or remarriage in some in-
Areas 331Z7, 33142, 33147, monthly social security checks stances, divorce, and death. '
33150 who needs to report I FRESHI
changes of address or other 1 :: AW
events that affect the paymentof
their monthly benefits may Call
now do so through the Social Ii
Security Office at 5225 NW
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12th Ave. in Grandway Building CHARLESROGERS

in Miami, Florida, Officers II .....:..:.:.:.:.:....+.........: .. .
-in-Charge Dorrith Le- : :: rm0f\\\ I Q I
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ipziger said today. 1'1 ., . .... ............. '"
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Reports be made by "::It: '-" J" .'...:...:...:.'!440.-.................. I
may .. ;
mail, telephone or personal AT PL 1-7502 I \SrI.
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visits. Leipziger said that up FOR A GOOD BUY ON A I.,' f I\I\II\ \ I .a k

to now beneficiaries were enPIANO ORGAN, SCOTT t. ..........'.' I.
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the occurrence of these events INSTRUMENTS. 49 .::::::a''::::::::: I

on postcard forms pre- /,. ::.:..:..:.....1t....:..:. I

addressed security to record one of centers six social G". .:.6-.:.".,1:1.... 'P ::1..:..::1..:..:..:..::1:1..:..:..:::.:::.::.. 1 I.t I.
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riciaries received the post- v / :: IIIIFI.A6I.E
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card forms when they initially -
applied for monthly benefits. I 51-
Leipziger said that the changein o
reporting methods is'"de-
signed i to reduce the time

needed process to change other i information addressesand The Meeting Will Be HeldI

having an effect on payment
monthly benefits. The changeis I Room 691
promoted by the increase
capacity of social security
district offices to transmit the Metro Justice Building
information over high speed

communications record offices. circuits to 1351 N.W. 12th Street

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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, October 4. 1968 23

Masons Workshop Features Senator Clarence MitchellSenator

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0 l 01 4r Clarence Mitchell,
J QI, of the Marland State Senate I-lull
; and Lee F. Wooten, Su-
,. __."...r. 't -... I,preme Grand Master Modern 7 7a
Free and Accepted Masons of
l' I the World Inc., shared the
Mrs. Mae Frances Waldron Siders, of West Palm Beach, ,spotlight during the awards
has been appointed a Grand Deputy for the Order of the Eastern 1 banquet of MFA MW RegionalWorkshopConference v S t yld
Star, of Modern Free and Accepted Masons of the World, Incorporated in Raleigh -
and is driving a light blue Ford 500 Galaxie, pro- North Carolina.Senator
vided by the organization, in pursuance of her duties. Mitchell, in his address to the +
.m.. addition. to her dedicated... delegates the s
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work with Modern Free, Mae is ference noted that, "achieve-
a teach e r at Washington Ele- ing economic and political _
mentary School in Palm Beach freedom is the key to first _
County. She has done public class citizenship in America -
speaking throughout Florida, ."
and is an active gospel singer Senator Mitchell, attendedthe
with the R. D, Powell Gospel conference in behalf of the
Chorus of the Ronoake Baptist National Democratic Party
Church. She has also been a pro- and the H u m p h e r y- Muskie {
grammer at Pratt-Whitney Air Presidential ticket. He also S
craft.A noted "it would not help the
creative designer and cause of freedom if black L1ji1
seamstress, Mae Sid e r s has Americans sat out this presi-
started the wearing of African dental election, because that's 'n"_._,,
Fashions in the South Florida I Just what some of the white bers, anything it takes for a a means of providing Jobs for tion for the past sixth days
Area. racists in our society! would better life. our people, as well as the pur- were presented sterling silver
She is very active in civic and I __ like for us to do." "We must We must build homes, chase of consumable goods ata revere bowls by the Supreme
social affairs of Florida's Gold MAE FRANCES SIDERS be involved." banks, mortgage and loan associations reduced rate." He said, Grand Master.Anyone seeking
Coast, and include acting and hair cutting and styling among The Masons award banquetwas insurance companies "MFAMW will spread this information on the "Mutual
her hobbies. the closing affair of a supermarkets, service word across America." Self-Help" program should
Modern Free and Accepted Masons of the World, throughthe three day workshopconference stations and manufacturing Delegates to the conferencewho write Modern Free and Accepted -
Order of the Eastern Star, offers to women an avenue of that attracted delegates companies to be operated and have made outstanding Masons of the World Inc.,
opportunity and service in their quest for worthwhile personal from the Southeastern and utilized by our members, asModern contributions to the organiza- P.O. Box 1872, Columbus,Ga.
fulfillment. Southern United States.

Won't you join us? MFAMW is presently engaged ____
Interested persons may call Miss Olive Florene Jones, in a massive "Mutual Self- .
Grand Worthy Matron at 691-8863. Help" program throughoutthe Ii- i
Lodges and Chapters of the or- _
ganization.The _
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MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE Lee F. Wooten, Columbus, .,'
Ga., addressing the delegates : R _
MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY
stated that black
"we
as people _
APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU. must not expect someone

THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE. else to do what we can do for R
ourselves. We must pool our
PATRONIZE THEM!
PLEASE resources and build for the
mutual benefit of our mem-






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ends forever a kitchen chore!
messy Part of the Miami delegation at the Raleigh Conference included left to

right, Vernice Ross, Grand Directress, Junior Courts; James Sydnor, Ozie

-::,.,...;.. Dunn, Worshipful Master, Sons of Coconut Grove Lodge; Wallace Francis ,

Delphine Walker, Patricia Turner, Coleman Alexander, Betty Jones, Richard

Harris, Worshipful Master, House of Progress Lodge, Johnnie Mae Robinson,

\1 Naomi Stewart, Jewel Bethel, and Clyde Murray, Worshipful Master, St. Paul

l..., Lodge.
Seated are Richard Love, Deputy Grand Master; Sylvia Grant, T. Willard

' Fair, Grand Master, Olive Florene Jones, Grand Worthy Matron, and Bruce

I < :) Thompson.

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>+ V,.J.Rif. < ference of Modern Free and conferences are held to give challenging address to lead-
T.J.
.r r-= !!' Accepted Masons of the World, leadership persons motiva- ers of the organization encouraging -
,, "'v 111 f' : \ .... .' Incorporated was held in Ra- tions and techniques for them to make the
*.. \ of Modern Free . .
goals
:;, leigh, North Carolina at the reaching this goal.
% 1'\' .. ki Sheraton-Sir Walter Hotel, The Awards Banquet saw in assisting black America to
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d\ Sept. 13, 14, and 15.More than Florida delegates walk away find ponnnmic security not
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out
a
; If'"J. .. -_.- I.) thirty Miamians boarded a with top honors for member- merely" a possibility,
y '. chartered Greyhound Bus ship recruitment, as Miss reality.
l : "f;,,;, to attend the Conference. Olive Florene Jones,Mrs. The next conference will be
j' Richard W. Harris, and Mrs. held in Montgomery, Alabama
rr Highlights of the Conference Vernice Ross were presented December 27 29 of this year.
I
r;. i included a major address by engraved silver bowls, com- Persons desiring informa-
the Honorable Clarence Mit- memorative of their efforts on tion regarding membership in
chell m, U. S.Senator from behalf of the growth of Modern Modern Free and Accepted
HI;
Baltimore, Maryland and a Free and Accepted Masons of Masons of the World,Inc.,can
u. Say goodbye to scouring and scrubbing. member of Modern Free; An the World. have a representative call on
.. Just flick a dial and your oven cleans itself electrically. Awards Banquet and the Inspiring Lee F. Wooten, Supreme them by filling out and mailing ,
.. address by the Su- Grand Master presented the in the coupon below.
Spilled food burns off the top-of-the-range preme Grand Master.

heating units. And there are no burners to clog.
The work conference was Modern Free and Accepted Masons of the World,Incorporated
Enjoy the daily magic of flameless electric cooking. Pots stay focused on new techniques for 4928 NW Seventh Avenue, Miami, Fla. 33127
and walls and ceiling stay cleaner and fresher. soliciting members to the organization -
shiny.......bright... . .. ,Curtains . which has as its I am interested in membership in Modern Free and Accepted
Go modern I See your electric appliance dealer today. aim the acquisition of over six Masons of the World, Inc. Please have a representative call
million black people in the next on me.
four years. Modern Free and NAMEADDRESS
THERE'S NO MATCH FOR Accepted Masons of the World,
.f .. FLAMELESS ELECTRIC Inc advocates the idea that
'>10> "'.:::.: ...it's cheaper, tool freedom for black people lies
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FLORIDA 'OWIR. L'GNT COMPANY ment, and that the answer to
HILFNOUILO FLORIDA economic advancement and Lee F. Wooten is Supreme Grand Master of Modern Free
security lies in a program of and Accepted Masons of the World, Inc.J .



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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 4, 1968 25

Women's Day At Greater MT. CALVARY GREATER


New Macedonia L ee inu in (nC urdI [ Rev. Atchison,pastor Rev.NEW W. K.BETHEL Smith, pastor

--w nwewwnx -- Phyllis Beal, reporter Alice S. Irving, reporter
Baptismal services will be Deacon Childs will be sel-
held Sunday. Service will start ling dinners In the Church's

ST. JAMES BAHA'IS OF MIAMI at 5:30. dinning room all day Satur- .
There will be a Tea on the :

Rev. S. L. Gay, pastor About 25 Greater Miami Ba- second Sunday in Oct., spon- day.You are invited to a tea at '

Joseph R. Marshall, reporterMrs. ha'is will attend a conferenceto sored by the Pastor's Aid the home of Mr. and Mrs. :

Susie Smith and Mis- beheld Saturday and Sunday,I Board. A program is being Roosevelt Rigsby, 1795 Ali- .

sionaries would like to thank October 5 and 6, at the YMCA, planned.A Baba Avenue, on the Second :

everyone who helped In a little 408 NW 14th Terrace, in Fort Rummage sale is being Sunday afternoon for the bene- .

4 big way to make this a suc- Lauderdale. This conferencehas planned for Saturday. Many fit of Men's Day. :

cessful day. Special thanks to been calledby the National items of interest will be on ex- Our Pastor Is home and Is 4

M Y Mrs. L. E. Thomas for the Spiritual Assembly of the Ba- hibit. The sale will start at doing fine. Let us continue to 1

j down to earth message. Her ha'is of the U. S. to review the 9:00. pray for him. Deacon Willie e

"' subject was "Let Love be Expressed B a h a' is role in this age of Prayer meeting held every Reed is in North Miami General 4

; ".. <, : : \' in service." All her transition, and to further the Thursday night. Hospital. Our sympathy :
:
k) . I,. .'' life Mrs. Thomas has had an progress In expansion and Please pray for the sick and to Rev. C.C. Cary, a former 4
...'' .,., ... J. intense consolidation of the Baha'i shut-ins.
-----''-'--""'';>.01'1....,,>!\: ;; desire to understand associate pastor of Greater
people. She has an unwavering Nine-Year Plan, which will be New Bethel, in the loss of his
MRS. LOUISE JACKSON MRS. SALLIE
CARLINE belief that good public rela- completed in 1973.Representing .
. CoChalrman"Christian . Evening Speaker the National SHILOH BAPTISTRev. sister.You I
tions, good customer relationsand are invited to attend

Women Walkingin test Wednesday, Oct. 9, at 8 good human relations are Assembly will be Miss Char- A. M.Griffin,pastor the Pastor's anniversary

the Newness of Life," will p.m. between Choir No. 1 of all based on helping people to lotte Linfoot, for many years Cheryl English, reporter Monday, October 7, 1968 at 1

be displayed as the women observe New Providence and No. 2 of find satisfaction.Let Its assistant secretary, and Sunday is the first Sunday, 8:00 p.m. Rev. D.A. Bradleywill

their 15th Annual Wo- Greater NewMacedonia.Special us not forget that Oct. Mrs. R. Parmalee of the Na- we are asking everyone to deliver the message. ..

men's Day, Sunday, Oct. 13. guest will be Choir No. 27 is Women's Day and we are tional Teaching Committee. please be present to hear our t

They have selected as the 2 of Greater New Bethel, Opa- working hard. Are you? Seventeen such conferenceswill pastor's first sermon since ANNUAL STATE TEA i it

morning speaker,the well-re locka. This contest will be heldat Sympathy to Mrs. M.Hawkins be held throughout the he's been on a month's vaca-
nowned Mrs. Beatrice Wal- Greater New Macedonia M. In the lose of her husband, United States in October. tion to the National BaptistConvention. Time is here for all States'

dron of West Palm Beach,and B. Church, 3165 NW 56th St. funeral was held Wednesday at Tea, the women of the Churchof 4
the evening speaker the ever- 4 p.m. ST. MARY'S On the second In this month the incarnation are making 1
popular inspirational Mrs. On Friday, Oct. 11,at 8 p.m. To the sick and shut-ins take Rev. F. L. Johnson and con- plans for a gala tea-fashion
Sallie Carline of New Provi- there will be a Battle of Songs the Bible as your only rule of Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor gregation will be here at 3 p.m. show. The place! this year is

dence M. B. Church. The wo- between No. 1 and 2 Choir of faith and practice. By his Sunday, Oct. 6 is the first Let's all send our humble Primary "C", 757 NW 66th St.

men have gone all out to make Greater New Macedonia, featuring power you can be the light of Sunday. Services as usual. prayers to our father above so Oct. 13, 4:30 p.m. Why don't I
this day one to be remember- other choirs of the city. the world. Communion will be served all that he may help the sick and you make plans to join us? ,
This will be held at the church. day and joint choirs and ushers shut-in
We are In mourning of o i'i'will everywhere. (Oct. 11)
ed.Mrs. serve all day. Our castor
Margaret Pinder,gen- Deacon Dizzy Hood, president A.M.E. Bishop Rev. E.C. Hat- will deliver both
eral chairman Mrs. Louise cher, he shall be rememberedlong 1 I sermons
Choir No. 1, Deacon Hen- The sponsor of the Junior
Jackson, co-chairman. ry Jefferson, president Choir for the good he did dur Church is asking all parentsto Dr. Puryear At Temple Israel I
ing his brief onearth.FRIENDSHIP
There will beaSing1ngC No. 2. journey please send your children to:

Jr. Church every Tuesday at
DRAKERev. 6 p.m. Dr. Royal W. Puryear, -

ST. PAUL AME Let us not forget our Sunday president Florida Memorial % i4 a

J. W. Dunn, pastor Rev. T.C. Kelly, pastor School begins at 9:30 a.m. College, will be the guest ;
The pastor, officers and I I Mrs. Mary Amos, reporterLet Rev. J. E. Jenkins, pastor every Sunday. We are happy; speaker at Friday night services -

members thank Rev. P. W. us not forget "Love Ruby L. Carr, reporter to know that Sis. Irene Finder of Temple Israel.

Williams and congregation i Feast" Friday nite at 8 p.m. please keep this date in i is home from the hospital. Let The announcement was

forgiving us a privilege to'I The pastor would like as many mind, Oct. 20, we will celebrate us give her a call. Let us continue made by Rabbi!Joseph Narot of

have our prayer and baptisms i members and officers to our Fellowship Day on 1 to pray for all our sick the reform temple in downtown
e r v i c e at St. Luke on last please be present. the order of Women's Day, our and shut-ins. Miami.

Tuesday night. Looking for a lots of laugh- women in charge for the a.m. Brother Thomas Mingo is in This will be the first appearance v fF

Many thanks to all officersand 1 ter then plan now to attend the worship and men In charge for I V. A. Hospital. Visitors arei of Dade County's

members for attending the' Womanless Wedding Thursday p.m. worship. We are lookingfor i I always welcome atSt. Mary's. newest college president at

union on last Friday night. Our night October 29, at 8 p.m.see you, and you. any religious institution since
church was In of The Auxiliaries will j the predominantly Negro college
charge the! any member for your tickets. spoilt; MT. SINAI -
well for opened Its doors to
evening session. Mark November 10 1968 sor a planned program over
All Cubs please be presenton : on your calender now.,This is the: week starting Oct. 14- 18. Rev. Cleo Albury, pastor 1100 students this month.

Friday afternoon at 6:00. the day the Women of St. Paul Leading choirs of the city will[ B. Boney, reporter An ordained Baptist minis-
Sister Finley and Sister Por- plans tohavegreathappenings. our famous Six Trumpets The Christian Aid Societywill ter, Dr. Puryear is also asocial - _.. --

ter, your den mothers, will be> Our Chairman Mrs. Llllle M. : Rev. Roscoe Jackson and I meet, Oct. 8, at 8 p.m.An i worker and educator, and DR. PURYEARHe

! expecting you. Boy Scouts' Woods asks the fullco-opera- Rev. C. J. Burney, hope you! invitation is extended to per- his discussion at the service
sons desirous membership will focus on the need which served as minister to a
please remember your meet tion from each member and can attend one of these nights.
i Deacon Ben Green president., Florida Memorial College will Baptist Church in Butler,Tex-
! ing on Saturday at 2 p.m.Your their friends to help Our get well wishes to all ,
scout leader Brother Mitchelland many the shutins.Our The Christian Education i serve in the community In relocating as, and then assumed the
make this a day to remember
committeemen deepest to, Committee announces it s;; the school from St., presidency o f Butler Collegefor
Dea- U you don't know your captain sympathy two
con Perkins and Bro. Gamble then feel free to give donation Sis. Mary Hayes in the lose of> forthcoming religious work Augustine, Fla. years.
your : to be held 14 18 Dr. He has been president of
her shop Oct. Puryear originally
I wish to get started on your to her and she will see aunt in Thomas, Ga.
' at the church. The following taught in the school system of Florida Memorial College for
project. i that they receive it or will courses are scheduled to be i North Carolina. From there he the past seventeen years and

'I tron Persons list with names for pa- ,give you credit on her club. FIRST EMANUELJames offered. (1) Departmentalization went into the deep south as asocial was the driving force In bring
and ads
please turn Remember sick and
your list In Don't our E. Wright,Sr.pastor of the Sunday School; (2)i group worker with the ing the school to Dade County.
on Sunday. shut-Ins pray for their recovery We were so happy that our Church, training young people, YMCA and became a field A number of the prominent
forget our Women's Day program i that God will keep then pastor could attend the min and (3) Courses to be announc- worker in Mississippi,Arkan- members of the Temple Israel
on the second In and safe.
Sunday i strong
ister's; and Deacon's union i ed later. All Sunday School I sas and Texas, where he worked congregation are on the advi-
with Nov. please help the captains; working under the jurisdictionof i workers and other interested I with youth groups. sory board of the new school.
any project they PROVIDENCE
may NEW
sponsor. the Seaboard Association. persons of church auxiliaries
Our pastor will preach at: are urged to register and at- CHRIST EPISCOPALThedore
Don't forget to visit and Rev. C. J. Burney,pastor EBENEZER
both service's this Sunday let t tend the workshop,
pray for the sick and shut-Ins, Arsula Edwards,reporter R. Gibson, rector
I us remember that we partakeof i Let us take:'t me out and visit
Sister Fa'rly, is on the sick The Lord's Supper will be Antoniette Silva. reporterThe Rev. A. D. Hall, pastor
In I the Lord's Supper. You are! and pray for our sick and shut- Fall
evening
list. served Sunday our Deanery meeting of: E. Ingram, reporter
. worship. invited to worship with us. the Episcopal Church women
---- ins.The
I j BROWNSVILLE Consecration hour of prayer Vis tors are always wel- church family welcomes was held Monday, September30th The public is Invited to wor-
! ship with us Sunday, in observance -
will be held each Sunday at I come. The church will be Belling its pastor and wife at the Episcopal Centerof
BAPTISTRev. 5:00 a.m. I dinner's this Saturdayfrom |back, after a months vacation. the University of Miami. of World-wide Com-

F. L. Johnson, pastor Bible class and prayer serJ J the home of sister Brown,,
Elizabeth Wright,reporterThe vice each Tuesdayat7:30p.m.: don't eat at home and why j ing the regular evening service Mrs. Maggie Cash, Mrs. family to be presentto
share in
Lord's Supper will be All members are urged to atc: when you can get it cooked 1 Bertha Bullard, Miss Anna- In the receiving and
giving, fellowship with millions -
served on Sunday during the j for' you. bel Fisher
tend, visitors and friends are Mrs. Mercay of
evening services.Joint Choirs 1 welcome. Let us pray for the sick and I I GRACEd Baker, Mrs. Lola Walker, world. Christians around the
rehearsal on Thursday at 8:00p.m. : 1 and those who are In nee l PRESBYTERIAN
not Mrs. Culver
Let Margaret
us forget our BTU Mrs.
On last
Both Rev. W.F. Savoy pastor Sunday night we were
choirs are expected' (each Sunday at 5:30 p.m. we are dedicating our entire Bessie Smith. Mrs.Kate Dean. honored to have
to be on the stand Sunday. Continue In prayer for those service to the men fighting in i This Sunday we celebrate Mrs. Veola Evans, Mrs. Mable Bishop James
with
W.
The Pastor's Aid Club will who are sick, shut-Ins and be- Viet Nam. world-wide Communion Sun- Thompson, Mrs. SweetlonAn the Henley evening us. brought

sponsor a Fish Fry at the j reaved. Visitors are always day, and we will ask the worshippers derson, Mrs. Ethel Phillips, message.
church on Friday and Saturdaynight welcome. to contribute to a Mrs. Rowena Rolle and Canon The Sunday School observed

Oct. 11 and 12. Sister special offering for the starv- Gibson. The meeting was very its Rally Day Sunday, with ",,\
Vinnie Henderson is asking all NEW MT. MORIAHRev. CHRISTIAN VALLEY ing people in Biafra. Please inspirational and enjoyed by Miss lIerberleen Cody,presi-
members to please give a bring a friend and your Bible' ding over a short program. In
helping hand in the kitchen. A. L. Shlpp, pastor !5431 SW Mayo, W. Hollywood I to worship. all.The Churchmen of the year the finance a contest was spon-

You may call for orders.691- Evelyn Souter, reporterOur Elder A. Ford, pastor On Wednesday Evenings at contest has completed one sored, Autherine Rodgers reported -

3684. .- monthly conference tonight Blondie Haggins,reporter 8:30 P.M., we plan to have a month of activities which included $58.40; Charlene Sims,

On Sunday, Oct.13,at 3 p.m. (Thursday), at 7:30. Wednesday, Oct. 2, the Rev. series of discussions s : night of games, dinner $40.70; and Arlena Martin
the joint rehearsal for Choirs ]Patterson and congregationwill "What Does sales $32.40. Autherine was crown-
pastor is asking the entire the Bible Say ,candy sales,raffles, ,
church to accompany him to ;No. 1 and 2,this Friday 8:00 be in charge o f service about Stewardship." Everyoneis cocktail hours and teas. Are ed "Miss Ebenezer Sunday

New Shiloh, Rev.A. M.Griffin 1 p.m. at Christian Valley at 8:00. Invited to attend. you supporting your favorite i School." She is the daughter of
pastor Ushers' Beard No. 2 will Sunday afternoon, Oct. 6,the> Plans are now being laid for candidate? Mrs. Pauline Thompson.

Sis. Ruby Williams is still patient at Mt. Sinai Hospital, 'oct. 11 and 13,at 8:00 and 3:00 be in charge of the service during the first week of Nov to Mr. Daniel Mc- On Monday, Oct. 7,the Exe-
cutive Committee of Women'sSociety
Rm. 407, also Bro. Sippio at .1 p.m., respectfully. at 3:00.Wednesday. ember, Mrs. Barbara Savoy Kenzie, Mrs. Charlie Mae Mc-
of Christian Service
Christian Hospital. We extend S j please pray for world Oct. 9, Rev. has been selected to serve as; Keller and William Clark.
I our get well wishes please, :1 peace. Visitors are always Slater: and congregation of DaySpring Chairman. We look forward to Sincere sympathy is extended and the Wesleyan Service
don't welcome. Be a good citizen and : Baptist church will ben 1 and to the Guild will hold their monthly
forget to pay them a visit : having outstandingand I family of the late
meeting at the church.
and say a prayer. ]register to vote. ii charge of service at 8:00. memorable celebration. Dellie Petty.




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26 TH MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October_ 4, 1968

HOUSE OF ALBERT ADC MOTHERS CLUBACTIVITIES Saturday is

Services for Roland Haw-

I CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS I kins of 522 NW 53rd St., will The Aid to Dependent

be held Wednesday, Oct. 2, at Mother's Club of the EOPI your lastchance

St. James AME. He is survivedby Center B2 has quite a bit of

his wife Marian and sister news for our readers this week

CARD OF THANKSWe IN MEMORIAMIn CARD OF THANKSWe Ruth Mitchell. after a successful tea. We are to
.
Herman Mettauer, of 2495W.
Thanksgiving din-
planning a
the family of the late sad, but loving memory of of 6th Ct. Hialeah died September I i
__ u_ _u the family ner on the day before Thanks i I
dear mother and
daugh-
my my
25. Arrangements are
also
giving. We are asking a
ter, ROSALIE GILLARD, incomplete.Mrs. donation on a pillow doll. register to voteNovember i!

-- wish to express our gratitudefor Emma Slater of 12750 The Corinthian Choir No. 1 I

'I your kindness, and SW 232 St., Goulds, died Sept. invited the ADC Mother's Clubto

thoughtfulness during our be 25. She is survived by one sis be with them on their Wo 5 t
reavement. ter Millie Leeks; a cousin men's Day. ti

rY w Your cards,prayers,visits, Anna M. Hills and three ne- In our last meeting new appointee i

dishes, and floral pieces, and phews. Arrangements are in- was elected.A I
other expressions will be remembered complete.Sid surprise luncheon was Officers of the club are: I

forever.We Reynolds of 2412 NW 58 given for Mr. O'BerryonFri- Mrs. M. Harrison, president; I
extend our thanks to Rev. 27 the membersof Mrs. Powell, vice president;
A 4 St., died Sept. 27. He is sur- day, Sept. by
B, L. Mack of New Macedonia vived by his friends Mrs. Vera his staff. The presentationwas Mrs. G. M. McKinney, assistant I
Church and the Houseof secretary and Mrs.A. P.
Baptist Higgs and Mr. and Mrs. Wil- made by Mrs. Bessie ;
Albert Funeral Home. Sears reporter
,
Woodward.
liam are
Coxs. Arrangements I
PFC, JAMES L. DILLARDIH, : incomplete.
Sincerely,
wish to express our sincere Mrs. Clara Milton Junces Gray of 1550 NW 1st RANGE FUNERAL HOME I

thanks for the many prayers, MRS. MAMIE LEE MORTISwho Mrs. Eleanor V. Bowe Ct., Apt. Idled Sept. 29.He is sisters
Mrs. Beatrice Walker of Mrs.Lucille Hood.
cards floral pieces and other
,
J expressions shown to us In our departed this life, Sept. Mrs. Corine GarnettIN survived by his wife Dorothy; 3331 NW 211th St.,Carol City, Mrs. Ellen Lee, Mrs. Mable
mother Jessie sister
M.
30 1966. ; one Horton
hour of bereavement. Special died, Sept. 26atJacksonHospital. Mrs. Luella Bailey
Dessie M. Smith twobrothers
thanks to the Range Funeral Sweet are the memoriesthat ; She is survived by two and Mrs. Bertha Parrish.Arrangements -
Thomas and Major an aunt
fade of lov- ; ,
never one we
sons William and Bennie two are incomplete.
Home, Father Dear,Deacon K. MEMORIAM Miller M. Duke. Arrange- ;
ed but could
never save. daughters Mrs. Betty Strachan
Major of the Church of the Incarnation ments are incomplete.Mrs. .
our neighbors of and Mrs. Ruby Carter; six Lafayette Harrell of 1368
68-69 Terr and Sts. and his Roosevelt C. Fyles, son Emily McNair of 1145 grandchildren, and two sis- NW 45th St., died at Jackson

co-workers of Medical No.3 at Mrs. Ethel Mae Bryant, NW 4th Ave., Apt. 1,died Sep ters Mrs. Bertha Bonford and Hospital, Oct. 1. He Is survived -

Jackson Memorial Hospital. mother. tember 29. She Is survived by Mrs. Leona Robinson. Ser- by one son, Vernon; four

May God bless each of you. her mother, Annie Taylor; one vices were held Wednesday, daughters, Leona Moten,
CARD OF THANKSThe son Andrew Lowery; one sis- Oct. 2, at 2 p.m. in the chapel. Willie Bell -Raines, Elizabeth

Sincere thanks, R ry P ter Mary J. Duncans. Arrangements Farrel and Alberta Moore; a
The Family family of the late i are incomplete. Mrs. Armetta Jones of 5324 number of grandchildren; one

Joseph Marshall 1878 NW 66 :NW 30th Ct., died at Jackson sister Mrs. Rosetta Maewea-

St., died Sept. 30. He is sur- ;Hospital, Sept. 28. She is sur- ther, and two brothers,
CARD OF THANKSDear vived by his wife Drucilla, son vived by her husband, Jack; Thomas and Theo Harrell.Ar-

I Joseph Jr., two daughters two daughters, Mrs. DorsieKnowles rangements are incomplete.GOD .
Friends, I Cynthia and Constance and Mrs. Mitchell;
Our debts of gratitude for ; I her mother Mrs. Willie Mae
mother Prudence; two brothers I\
your kindness and thoughtfulness n
Willie and Dan three Wright; three brothers, La-
during the lost of my beloved tfl ;
sisters Ruth Martha 'mar, Wood and C. W. Wright;
Bussey
: ,
father, k ._ .
sister Willie
-- ------------ Butler and Louise Smith. Re- 'one Mrs. Jean
CHARLIE CYPRIAN, mains ]Ford, and a cousin, L, T.
who was funerallzed In Louisiana. MR. ROY L. ROLLE. SR are being shipped I
be local
,# Thomas. There will no
Your cards, messages, .,wI'-; ,.- who departed this life Sept.23, Blakely, Ga., Friday, Oct. 4. I services. She will be removed -

floral pieces and other expressions I I : 1967. Andrew Brandon of Goulds, ; Friday, Oct. 4, toBos-
will be remember- ". Rest eternal grant unto him died Sept. 28. He is survived {ton, Ga., for burial services. r r

ed.Thanks "J... : 0' Lord, and may light per- by his wife Fanny; two brothers

to the faculty of Dun- "i ')1 '. ,.'J'f.. ':,'I petual shine upon him. two sisters mother, Ida John C. Brown of 215 NW
bar Elementary School, Little Brandon of Pavo Georgia Arrangements 16th
; Ter., Apt. 5, died at his
River Elementary,the Daugh- h' The Rolle FamilyIN are incomplete. ;residence Sept. 30. He is survived -
ters Allen, Ladies Auxiliary GLENN ERVIN HEPBURN
by his wife, Sarah; two
Willard Thrasher of Goulds
of Mail-Handler's Union Local
wish to extend their heartiest
'daughters, Mrs. Mary
died Sept. 29. Arrangements
No. 65 other boards of Greater MEMORIAMIn
appreciation to the many kind -- are incomplete. J Clemons and Mrs. Johnny M.
Bethel AME Church. friends for their gracious acts Dawson; seven grandchildren;

of kindness and sympathy memory of the late Mrs. Patsie Mitchell of 3200 j a sister Mrs. Ida Lowe; a

Sincerely, shown during their hour of be- JOE RUFUS BYRD NW 47th St., Apt. 1, diedSept. stepsister. Mrs. Maude Clark. HAS SENT
Mrs. Thelma C. Mumford reavement. It was these deedsof 30. She is survived by nine j Services will be held Satur- DELIVERANCEBRING

Mrs. Betty Brackett, thoughtfulness that made it who departed this life Sept.26, daughters, Bert a McQueen, (day, at 4 p.m. in the chapel. THE SICK

daughtersMrs. possible to bear the tragic 1967. Bertha Schwartz, Stella King, LIGHTHOUSE TEMPLEOF

Laura Wilson loss. The many cards, floral May he rest in peace and Cora Stewart, Irene Levy, Mrs. Haroland Freeman of DELIVERANCE

Miss Louella Cyprian, offerings, letters and telegrams may light perpetual shine on Hattie Melton, Regina Hender- 4118 NW 8th Ave., died Sept. 1205 NW 54th Street

sisters. were the things which him. son, Annie Lou Jones and ;29, at Jackson Hospital. She Invites to attend

showed you cared and helpedto Helen Me Phall; two sons, ;is survived by her husband, THE REVIVAL you SERVICESTHE
lighten the burden. Victoria D. Byrd, wife David and William Henry.Arrangements Willie; two stepchildren, her
CARD OF THANKSThe Special thanks to BishopArnold Michael and Malcolm Dean are incomplete j parents, Mr. and Mrs. James REVIVAL SERVICESEach
Demeritte and stepsonsMr. night at 8 and
family of the late congrega- Roscoe Phillips of 1130 NW Williams; seven sisters, five p.m.
tion at Miami No. 1 Church of and Mrs. James L. 1' Sunday at 8 p.m. God I.I mowing
brothers. Services
ROSE ALSTON Byrd parents 2nd Ave., Apt. 2, died Oct. 1. Saturday, by his Spirit, In mlraeU .
wish to express their thanks God of Prophecy, BishopRan- Mr. and, Mrs. Ernest He is survived by two daugh- :j at 2 p.m.at St.Paul AME, Rev. ., signs and wonders.
kindness and dolph Davis and Ridgeway Con- ByrdMr. ters Yvonne T. C. Kelly, officiating. Com and ... THE MAN
for the courtesies Phillips Caryand
gregation, Father William CC- and Mrs. James I. Byrd OF GOD IN ACTION.
extended them in their Connell of St. Pb1l1ip'sCatholic Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Lee Bridgett Phillips. Arrange- Bishop M. T. WheeUrs,
ments Master Joe Nash,Jr.,of 532 After
hour of sadness. Special are incomplete. experiencing forty
Mr. and
thanks to the House of Albert Church, Choirs No. 1 and Mrs. J. L. Byrd, NW 9th St., Apt. 3, died Sept. ((40)) days and nights I In
2 of the Church of God of Prophecy brothers and sisters-in- Services for John D. Baugh, 28.: The four-year-old child Is prayer and fasting, let him
and staff. law. of 13620 Harrison St. Rich- : for
pray you.
Bishop and Mrs. David survived
May God bless all of you. Cook and the Range Funeral mond Heights, will be held Saturday :\stepfather by his, Mr.mother and Mrs.and GOD IS THE ANSWER

Home and employees.May Oct. 5 2 p.m. He is ]Johnnie Daniels his father FOR YOU
The FamilyIN CARD OF THANKSThe survived by his wife Rossie ; CALL
God richly bless each Joe Nash, Sr.; and three sis- :
Of you. L.; six daughters Bernice, j ters. Services will be held Saturday 693-4922

MEMORIAM bereaved family of Johnnie M., Betty J., Gail, { at 10 a.m. at Mt. Calvary For further informationTOOTHACHE
Mrs. Carol F. Hepburn,Fe- Donise and Lenett Elaine; two Baptist Church Rev.Atkinson
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In memory of Ucla and Mark ANTHONY CLARK sons, John Jr.,and Carl Allen; ] officiating.Other .

Mr. and Mrs. John A. Hep wishes to thank friends and two brothers, Bruce and Allen
burn parentsMrs. Services will be held at Kerr
'>'ff; neighbors for their thoughtfulness -
1I 1\:t" ,';" Vera Sweeting, Mrs. during the time of mourn- Memorial AME.Samantha Morgan of 3030 NW Don't suffer atony. Get ORA-JEt. In sac-
,
Vernette Brown, Mrs. Bea- ing. Special thanks to the Rev. Nichole, born to (68th St., died at Jackson Hospital acha)lid pain.you get Put relict on-pain's from' throbbing,on,. Until tooth-you

trice H. Bostic, Mrs.AgnesH. p. W. Williams of St. Luke Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Farj Sept. 30. He is survivedby can tai OM-JEL.your dentist Recommended -do as millions.. douse -

Thomas, Mrs. Ivai H. Baptist Church and to the mer of 430 NW 9th St.,Apt.15 his son, O. T. ; two brothers by many din- ,/'.edgeei.ea5J1.ora.jel.
Scott, Mrs. Beulah H. Range Funeral Home. died Oct. l.Arrangementsareincomplete. Deacon tists.Asltpharmacistfort .
W. J. Morgan -
Brownlee, and Mrs. GloriaH. and George Morgan, and five .'...,:::..- '

Messer, sisters.Mr. The Clark family and rela-
Albert Hepburn, Mr. tives.
;" Charles S. Hepburn,and Mr.. YOUNG'SMrs. r-------------------------,
\ "" Phillip G. Hepburn, I SUBSCRIPTION ORDER
brothers. Rosa Lee Cross of
DEATH NOTICEMrs. 15745 East Bunche Park Dr., i Miami\ Times

Opa-locka, died Sept. 28, at 6530 NW 15th Avenue

RAHMINGSMrs. Palm Springs General Hos- Miami Florida 33M7
MRS. MILDRED G. ROLLE Christian palmer died ,
will in
pital. She lay repose
who departed this life Oct. 3, Ollie W. Cambridge of at her residence, Oct. 1. Fun- Friday at 2 p.m. in the chapel
1943 NW 72 St., died in Lincoln eral service will be held Sun- until funeral time 11 a.m. Saturday Enclosed please find the sum of $5.00

1967.May her soul rest in peace Nursing Home, Sept. 27. day, Oct. 6, at 3 p.m. at the at First Baptist j to cover the cost of a one subscription
, ... in the name of the Father,Son She is survived by one sister Star of Bethlehem on Pem- Church of Bunche Park. Sur- year
and Holy Spirit, in J e s us' Mrs. Grace W. English; two broke Road. Survivors Include vivors one son Frank; one I to the Miami Times. j

name. aunts Mrs. Hilda Robinson husband Christie Palmer, a daughter-in-law, Dorothy; one I I
Husband, Jonathan Rolle Mrs. Blonzett Gabriel. Ser- nephew and a host of other grandson Russell; four granddaughters Mall Paper To ,
Son, Richard N. Rolle vices will be held Saturday,at relatives and friends.Services and two-in-laws I _
Address ___
Sister, Enid Smith and,husband St. Agnes Episcopal Church, will be officiated by the Mr. and Mrs. Alberta Lewis;
and at 10 Stevens Funeral Home in Hal- I
other relatives a.m. Fr. Lambert Sands
City
Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Lewis; State 7IP Cod_ _ _
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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, October 4, 1968 27




BUSINESS DIRECTORYTaylor



LOUNGES ACCOUNTANTSE.

EARL'S ZEBRA LOUNGE 0. CU LME R
4400 NW 7th Avenue
my Earl Edwards, Prop. Public Accountant
Tailor;' Income Tax Notary
Phone 633.3735
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DONE: popular Miami, disc jockey Milton"Butterball"Smith and his family re- Raymone Fullard -
ceived congratulations from Mayor Steve Clark for the role he played in helping to make Leonard. Washington ThompsonW. DamageSR
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spent his own funds and later donations to take kids to the beach for an old style picnic PANTS MADE IN 5 DAYS So One Refused

twice a ((04)) GOOD DRIVERSNo J
week.Men's t Finance Chargeas t'

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28 THE MIAMI TIMES,_ Friday, October, 1968,

= -, 1 i 1 Raftiers Open With Impressive Win Over Allen I

with. ,
Spearing ......... "
,
Florida A&M scored in goal line on the next play.In seventh catch for Edwards who Rattler defense was
NW every quarter Saturday nightas less than two minutes the accounted for 135 yards on equally outstanding. Allen
,
a t. the Rattlers trounched thE t Rattlers were back on the pass receptions.One completed only one pass all
I ,A.'y Allen University Yellow Jackets Scoreboard when a bad snap night and it was only good fora
d .-' .. by a score of 48-0, in the from center carried into the minute and 30 seconds three yard gain.
% wxAm.v> wW .F..wk v 'd' ,. opening season game for both end zone
teams.A James Wiggins wastrappedfor scampered 26yards around
BY HARRY SPEAR left end for another The
a safety. score. The Yellow Jackets had a
J fired up Rattler defense scoring came to an end when total rushing net of only 10
attempted to steal the show After the safety lien kickedoff Dewitt Anderson, thethird yards and never threatenedthe
SPIRIT IS STILLWITH DOLPHINSI from a late starting Rattler offense and the Rattlers started quarterback used by the Rat- entire gameTheirclosest
with one of the best de- another scoring drive from tler hit halfback Alfred Dixon penetration was to the FAMU
am not going Into detailofthe last drubbings by the Hous- fense performances ever by an their own 42 yard line. In 12 on a 21 yard scoring toss. 45 yard line in the second
ton Oilers, Oakland Raiders and Kansas City Chiefsalso an- A&M team. plays they were brought to a quarter.
other tough one coming up this week with the Oilers. With this half on the Allen 12 yardline, The Rattler offense netted
next game Coach George Wilson expects to have some of his Rattler safetyCharlesSasser and tackle Horace Lovett kick- 180 yards rughing and 211 passing -
injured players back in the lineup,such as Dick Westmoreland, put the Rattlers on the ed a 29 yard field !goal with 38 Hubert Ginn was the FAMU is now 1.0 for the
Doug Mar eau, Ray Jacobs and Jack Harper. This can be of Scoreboard with 4:30 left in the seconds left in the half to make leading rusher with 72 yards in season. The Rattlers meet
great help if they are ready.We know they have been handi- first quarter when he took an the score FAMU 19-Allen Oat 16 carries. Riley on 11 of 17 South Carolina State in
capped. Don't forget they scored 21 points against the Oilers. Allen punt and raced 42 yardsfor halftime. for 181 yards and one Orangeburg, S. C. next Satur-
They didn't show me too much against Raiders on TV last a touchdown. passes touchdown. day.
Sunday, therefore, you might see an upset. Don't laugh at me,, FAMU scored once in the
you all saw what happened to the Jets after Buffalo dropped After an exchange of punts in third quarter on a 48 yard
their first three games. Take the Green Bay packers, they the second quarter the Rat- drive capped by a two yard
have lost their last two. Who would ever expect it, things like tlers started another scoring scoring plunge by Owens.In .
that will happen. drive on the Allen 43 yard line. Looking theSPORTS

Gene Milton, who was injured last Saturday,is well and will Quarterback XenRileyhit the fourth quarter, the
be back in the lineup next Sunday. Joe Robbie is well pleasedwith flanker Glen Edwards o a 41 Rattlers erupted for 22 points.
the attendance. In six games including three exhibitionsthe yard pass play that put the ball Riley hit Edwards on a 35 yard
Dolphins have played before 242,975. on the two yard line. Fullback bomb to start the fourth quar-
James Owens diver over the ter scoring. It was the

A GOODGESTUREIn : WORLD 'p41

the lobby of the Everglades Hotel, they have a beautiful
display in a large showcase of the Miami Dolphins, which BY LEO ARMBRISTER OverThe
shows how much interest is taken by the management win lose "MY ,
or draw, spirit and encouragement means everything in their II.- -<<

support of the Dolphins. PAR AND BIRDIE PLAY YEAR OF ACTIVITIES
TIME"By
FLORIDIANS SCRIMMAGEThe President Ernest Hayes has served notice to all Par and
Birdie Golf Club members that on Monday night October 7,
Miami Floridians professional basketball team plays By PHIL DIXON he will sound! the gavel and call the club to order of businessfor
three games in the South Florida area during their pre-season the upcoming year after a two months vacation.

schedule, which takes them all over the State of Florida, from - - - ...... The club had a very enjoyable '67-68 season In which activities -
Key West to Pensacoia. were varied and many, and was culminated with a
.. The Floridians.to ye scheduled a patriot Blue-White game another Week-end of football. >Exciting upsets, hair week-end outing at Port St. Lucie.
scrimmage games. The first is Thursday night, October 3 at puller, run aways and of course a few ties. How did your The trend to have more fun along with golfing is gaining
Chaminade High School in Hollywood. The second is Saturday favorite team come out? momentum, and for all golfers, great plans are being made by
Oct. 5 In the Miami Beach Auditorium.The Floridians play an the Par and Birdie Club.
ABA opponent for the first time in South Florida on Saturday, Mays High Rams got looking ahead on its schedule and got 1
Oct. 19, when they face the Dallas Chaparrals In the Fort beaten by Columbus; Miami High, thinking their name could
Lauderdale High School gym. still scare people, ran into a fast,fast,fast Jackson team and I
Players who have looked outstanding thus far in Floridian got trounced; Florida A& M opening up with its usual one SKW
scrimmages include four rookies. They are Don Sidle, 6-9 victory; Notre Dame having K-E-Y-S trouble; the Dolphins
again showing nothing,and the Packers losing again. Any kind
forward from Oklahoma, Dallas Thornton, 6-4 guard from
Kentucky Wesleyan, Willie Iverson, 6-0 guard from Central of game you wanted was available last week. This week's menu?

Michigan and Dan Sparks, 6-8 forward from Weber State. Who knows? .. # If1'f

The World Series started this week.I like the Cards; but .. .,: 4\
disregard a team that have hustled all year and a 31 game win- -:: ": t :" }i t
MIAMI BEACH BREAKING RECORDS : '
ner is almost foolish. The Cards is 6 games ,< r .,.,..
.
Despite an excessive amount rainy weather, Miami Beach ... '- , ...'t'I r'
Kennel Club Is enjoying by far the best season in the track's Anyone for Basketball? The Miami Floridians opened train- ,,:. 4< \,,
40-year history. ing at Miami Dade North last week and will start exhibitionsnext 9
,,4.1. : 9k 14
On Saturday, Sept. 21, for example, six of the track's all- week. The Floridians should be right in the thick of the t... .... .
time mutuel records were broken. They were for matinee a.b.a. battle the entire season. L. IL..
handle and Big Q pool for single-race handle .. :
; one-night
The time has come to get out on the limb again. Scoreboard
handle, night Big Q pool and for one-day handle. A typical outing of a Par and Birdie group.
to date Hight School-16-4 (.800)); College61 (.857); AFL

8-2 (.800)) N.F.L. 8-8 (.500)). PITCHING DOMINANCE WILLBE FACTORIN
SERIES CONTEST
And the chances are that most or all of these records will
,\ take another tumble before the fall portion of the 1968-69 split HIGH SCHOOLS Baseball's greatest phenomenon took place during the 1968
season each league produced a pitcher who made shamblesof
season comes to a close on Nov. 2nd. ; ,
the record books and stood tall and singularly in their respective -
Columbus over South Dade Easy leagues.

Coral Gables over Key WestToo much Cavaliers Danny McClain of the Tigers by virtue of his more frequentturn
I Hialeah over Jackson The General are lookin ahead to the on the mound compiled a 31-6 record and distinguished
Panthers Run To VictoryThe Rams (G.O.W.) himself by becoming the first 30-game winner in 23 years.
Northwestern over Carol City new bunch of Bulls Bob Gibson, who has been pitching bullets for several sea-
chalked land team to three first downs Central over Curley- The Rockets take off
Panthers
Sky up sons duplicated the feat again, this time fashioning the unique -
their second victory of the and 40 yards rushing. Coral Park over Miami Beach-The Rams should roll Era of 122.

season Sunday with a 34-0 win The Panthers will host Lib- Edison over North MiamiThe Raiders come back The series no doubt hinges on the performance of these two
over Sunniland.The erty City Boys Club Sunday, Killian over Southwest-The Cougars feast on Eagle meat stalwart gentlemen; the advance edge is given to the Cardi-
first scoring play of the Oct. 6, at 4 p.m.on their home Mays over Roosevelt-The Rams come back strong nals because of their part experience in the autumn classic;
game was a pass from quarterback field at West Little River Ele- Miami High over Palmetto- The Stings come of age-fianlly but remember ,the Red Soxs took the Cardinals to the wire in
Grey Davis to end La- mentary School, 23 Ave. and Miami Springs over Norland- The Hawks scratch the Vikings '67, and from indications did it with less pitching than De-
mar Newsome that covered 34 83rd St. Come out and see the troit is sending to the mound in '68.

yards. Panthers in action and supportthe COLLEGESBethune The Excelsior League is rolling again on Thursday evenings
Lawrence Gillard romped boys and the men who's at the Cloverleaf Lanes; and the pace with which the league

.,.. for three touchdowns with runs giving their time freely, for Cookman over Albany State-The of the 'Cats opened its '68-69 season Is greater than any previous year.
year
the development of youth activities
of 22, 18, and 32 yards.
and better race rela- Florida A&M over South Carolina State-The Rattlers strike,
Others scoring were, Elvis tions. We, wish to thank Suni- and strike again LEAGUE STANDINGS FOR SECOND WEEK
Peacock on a 22 yard reverse Florida over Miss. State-A Gator Feast
land Optimist Club and their TEAM WON LOST l li
and Ricky Edwards on a 40 team for challenging us to a Florida State over Texas A&M-The Seminoles bounce back

yard run. football duel. They lost but Miami over U.S.C.-O.J. meets the Strokes (upset of the week) The Summersett 7 1
j
The defense, led by Roland thanks anyway. Hagan and Fonda ((1) 7 1
Sands, Alvin Goings, Ricky Coaches: Willis Jiles, Ray PROS Hagan and Fonda ((2) 6 2
.. Martin, Willie Watkins and Mccarty, William Boyd; J. Bowlers Pro Shop 4 4
Morrie Wells held the Sunni- Whitehead public relations.Jack's A.F.L. Avis Rent-A-Car 4' 4 1
Kansas City over Buffalo; San Diego over New York; Houstonover Jones Bar-B-Cue 3 5
Miami; Cincinnati over Denver; Oakland over Boston. The Olympics 3 5

Burrow Hi-Volt 2 6
N.F.L.
Leo's Sport World 2 6
MEN'S WEARSEE Cleveland over Pittsburg; Baltimore over Chicago;Dallas over 9 to 9 TV 2 6
St. Louis; Green Bay over Atlanta; Detroit over Minnesota;
4R. JACK" New York over New Orleans; Washington over Philadelphia and Averages of 185 and up: Sammie Daniels 202, Enock White-

t FOR Los Angeles over San Francisco. head 201, James Thomas 192,Darden Baker 194, Ernest Green
!
1._ STYLES FOR ALL AGES 194, Frank Southward 189, Johnny Harvey 187, Robert O'Neal
The Very Latest in Men" Fashions Generals.High School player of the Week: Paul Schubert Jackson 187, Eddie Way 186, Sindell Williams 186,Archie Brown 185.

SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS Last weeks 200 bowlers: Jas Thomas 221, 206, 223; A.

ITALIAN SHOES Miss addressed mail;- Dear George, When are you going Daniels 259, 200; Oswarld Smith 245, 203, Clyde Alexander
MIAMI FLORIDA to get some soul on your team, and play them? I mean someone 223, 217; Ernest Hayes 225, 202; Almond Edwards 208, 206;
2nd AVE.
944 NW to run and catch the ball?Don't you get tired, of week after Frank Southward 226, W. Loury 212, Ernest Baker 210, Jas
week being beaten by SOUL? Mitchum 209.

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 4, 1968 29 _,


:- E Registration Drive Pushed By NAACP


0 NEIGHBORHOOD
pQ
New York,-Reports being ficult areas and haul out the individuals tration in the hope of bringing Mr. Wilkins said"unitlallre-
P received in the National Officeof who might have been them up to par. gistration books are closed
SERVICESCULMER the National Association for overlooked by other methods." A statewide campaign has and beyond then to' Election
the Advancement of Colored In three weeks, the Balti- 'been launched in Ohio with Day when black people will be
I People reveal widespread more Branch registered 5,100new special empahsis on the major transported to the polls."

response to Executive Di- voters. Cincinnati registered cities. A similar NAACP-

rector Roy Wilkins'call for an, 2,702. sponsored campaign was
CENTER NEWS intensified voter registration From New Orleans, Excu- conducted throughout Cali-

CITIZENS campaign designed to attain tive Secretary Arthur J.Chap.. fornia where registration concluded SUPPORT
:
SENIOR the maximum Negro vote in ital, Sr., reports that 120,000 on September 12. In
this crucial election.Throughout the state NAACP has YOUR
Virginia
Negroes above the of 21 ,
The Search and Serve Division of our Senior Citizens are age
the country live in Orleans Parish and set a goal of 100,000 new
being counseled by Mrs.Sue Padgett and Mrs.A. Horner. This ,
Counseling Is being rendered to seek all needs and Immediately NAACP units are engaged in an that half of these are not re- voters. YMCA
accelerated drive to close the The national NAACP regis-
gistered. The local registration -
handle them, In most Instances solving and referring prob-
lems. The Interviews are held Tuesdays and Thursdays 9 to 12 per cent gap between white campaign is seeking to diminish tration campaign will continue
and non-white voter regis- this figure. There is
11 a.m. and 2 5 p.m. weekly. ,
Special Education classes are held for Senior Citizens at tration.In also concern because local registration -

the Center and in some homes. These sessions are Instructed Middlesex Natick, Mass.Branch, the seeks South authorities reportedly Open 7 Days-8 A.M. to 10 P.M.
have duped more than
by Mrs. Elizabeth Schott. For further Information con-
tact the Culmer Neighborhood Center. additional registraions, but is 1,000 applicants into registering The Best For Less At
more concerned because some as members of the State

registered voters fail to use Rights Party.An effort is under
AIRPLANE RIDE FOR CHILDREN IN THE POVERTY AREA:
their ballots. It is using the to get these reregisteredin
The airplane ride sponsored by the Community Relations way
slogan, "A vote cast Is a vote either of the two major
Board and National Airlines was a mammoth success. The "
children participation was 100%. against you. parties.In .
When asked what was so
TENANT'S LEAGUEThe different about the Newark St. Louis, the branch's
campaign Miss Sally G. Car- political action committee
r
Tenant's League held its regular meeting Monday nightat
roll, local president, said,"It headed by Dewey Creighton,is ,
the Center.Guest speaker for the evening was Mr. Hubert L.
its efforts 10
to concentrating
is sort of a blitzing action
Underwood of Urban Renewal and Development. Mr. Under-
reach into untouched or dif- Negro wards with low regis-
wood gave the League an abundance of information concern-

ing Urban Renewal and its role in the community. A questionand The free flights were planned to give the children a "..- .
answer period was held.The meeting adjourned at 10 p.m. of the transportation they could not afford.
Alexander and Mr. Charles Dent Job ." nrtstlan and Mrs. I
Mr. Henry Developers The chaperons were Mr!.
at the Center are urging all citizens in the central area to Loraine Tomblin, both re'" ltnJCATION llorida City.

apply for employment. Many positions are available. Phone
377-0525.
REPORT -EUGI A JACKSON,

CULMER ADVISORY COMMITTEE A joint meeting was held at Central office with Education

,.'lr committee: was counselors and supervisors of youth.The purpose of this meet- OVER 40,600 CARS SOLD

The regular monthly meeting of the ,fa a large attendance. ing was:
held at the Center on SegWur H. King,is extending a cordialThe To exchange ideas and make plans to provide all necessities Most Recent Survey

Center Direrften* In the central area to avail them- needed.._for.the,, betterment of our youth.
.A. & .iw t.i sses Dean ....
invitation Service center, come fnr.thocuninrrftn.l o. Slivvr 51
weignoornooa To
at the r'! 16. Eight members painted designs of their choice on place- ? Repeat
in to see us or can.
mats to form pot holders for hot foods.Ceramics were used,
Tuesday, 9 a.m. 4 p.m. And Referral BusinessMUNICIPAL

EDISON LITTLE RIVER NEIGHBORHOODURBAN Mrs. Elizabeth Scottwill begin a class Sept.23, In Basic
Education and contacts made In the
were community.Classes
RENEWAL COMES TO LITTLE RIVER! AUTO SALIS AND StRVICI
start at 10 a.m. 2 p.m. every Monday. Anyone Interested in
On September 17 at 8.00 the Advisory Board and
: p.m., the
community is welcome to all classes. FLORIDA'SAUTOMOBILE
other area residents met with Mr. Alvin Stevens of Housingand
Urban Development to discuss the Urban Renewal Plan CREDIT UNION

designated for Edison-Little River Teach your dollars to have more"cents"at your Neighborhood -
. The area from NW 53rd Street, North to 71st Street at one Federal Credit Unin.

r point, and to 62nd Street at other points, will cover the area The JFK Federal Credit Union Is open from 8:30 a.m. to SUPERMARKET!

from NE 4th Avenue back to NE 6th Avenue.A 5 p.m. daily, on Fridays open until 7 p.m. and on Saturdays

group of approximately 18 people were formed into a from 9 1 p.m.Come down and discuss your money problemswith AS ADVERTISED THI CAR YOU ON IUr TELEVISION TODAY

Steering Committee who will in essence be responsible for us. Telephone 2477741.MERCHANTS YOU DRIVE HOME TODAY
the saturation campaign to inform all residents of the affected IMMIDIATI OIUWYI

I area.A subsequent meeting was arranged for Tuesday,

September 24, that is the second planning stage of the develop- WHO ADVERTISE IN THE 500 CARS!
ment move toward a mass meeting of all community residentsthat

will be held October 3, at 8 p.m. MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY 15 YEARS-SAME LOCATION!

At the Oct. 3, mass meeting, residents will then be formed APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU.
Into a Site Selection Committee you willadvisethe Urban Re- 14 COUmOUS J4USMIM" TO MM YOU
THEY ARE COURTEOUS DEPENDABLE. ALWAYS HONDftEDS OF 1955'sTHRU
newal Planners of what the citizens want done in their area. CHOOSE FROM
mS's TO
For any further information concerning the Urban Renewal PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM! THE HOME Of THE ORIGINAL 100% 0UARANTIIMUNICIPAL .
Program in the Edison-Little River area, please feel free to '" .' '
contact the Director of the Edison-Little River NeighborhoodCenter

Joe Coleman, at 751-2411. AUTO
i
LIBERTY CITY NEIGHBORHOOD CENTERThe SAUS & SERVICE
I
Liberty City Neighborhood Center was successful ii'i TtflYEL 4UHIU

placing some ADC Mothers' children in the Child Opportunity "Your Neighborhood Travel

Center this past week, which provided them an opportunity to Agonts"Ac 3061 N.W. 36th St.
be relieved during the day to obtain employment.Two of them
have been placed on Jobs by our Job Developer.Our telephone.near to Clvo you us as a call.your ECONOMY COHNER-3I1I N.W. 36th STREET

Assistant Job Developer, placed two other persons in Wo' deliver. 1104 NW 3rd 1:00 ..M. TO 10 P.M.
clerical positions, with good pay that may reasonably elevate Ave. FR 98451. Chas. C. OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
them from the poverty status. i North Manager.


COCONUT GROVE NEIGHBORHOOD CENTER .f?

.. '" ." Mini-Brute! presents
Thirty-two youngsters got to go on a National Airlines flight, .rEvery The

Saturday On Thursday, September evening 21.all citizens in the community of Sweet- minute anda the short payment book.

Ing Town met at Christ Episcopal Church to discuss neighborhood -
beautification. Mr. Fred Hanna has indicated willing half. . someone

ness to go before the City Commission to discuss the poor conditions calls AAMCO
in which the City of Miami maintain the grass and the

streets. Every week AAMCO satisfies more
25 a of Coconut Grove than 10.000 transmission problemsYou
On Wednesday, September group get free towing a free road
businessmen are meeting at Al Landers in reference of se- check fast efficient service-most
curing a loan from the Small Business Administration to invest times in just one day And with
AAMCO your transmission can be
in the dump truck business.J protected by over 500 AAMCO Cen
ters coast to coast
Every minute and a half some.
F K NEIGHBORHOOD CENTER, HOMESTEAD one proves
You can trust yourtransmission 2 door SedanBulcK's
The Negro students of South Dade High School refuse to take to AAMCO $249 $4971
part in the voting that was held at the school last Monday, Sep Down Per Mo for 36 Months

Dade tember Senior 16, for High the School.changing of the nicknameRebels) of South new Opel Kadelt 2-dr. Sedan.

The Negro parents, who have children attending this school, TRANSMISSIOlIS TEST DRIVE ONE TODAY AT-

met with the school board Wednesday,September 18.The out- .
WttH Lamest r- a f ti""lltt
come of this meeting was very pleasing to the parents. OPEN DAILY 8 TO 6
Another meeting is scheduled for Tuesday,Sept.24,for the SAT. 8 TO NOON Sheehan BUICKENTIRE

settlement of the above problem. DOWNTOWN MIAMI
Approximately twenty of the underprivileged children and

two chaperons from the Homestead, Florida City area par- 64N.E..20THST.PHONE 2300 BLOCK S.W. 8th STREET. HI 41661Open
of National Airlines
ticipated in an airplane ride, courtesy ,
Community Relations Board and the Florida Council on Hu- 311-8411 Mon.,Wed. Fri.,'til 9 PM and Tues.,Thurs., Sat.,'til 6-PM s

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YOU QUALIFY?
CARLTON REALTY: REALTYBROKER S.W. 62 St. & 62 Ave. area
Near University of Miami
3 bedroom, CBS, 2
3074 down FHA
NW 19 STREET BROKER $1.600 bath Florida
3 bedroom, 2 bath room,
693.4772 i'., CALL 635 -3177' 6 years new like new, very big lot.
Call Elizabeth
OPEN 7 DAYS rr; * * *
FHA CBS, 3 bedroom, 1 bath, liv rm, kit, din area N.W. Near Santa Clara 11520 NW 40th AVE.
porch, carport, $12,000, $700 dwn, $98 mo. pays all. DUPLEX

FHA, CBS, large 3 bedrm, 1 bath, liv rm, din rm, NO RED TAPE MOVE RIGHT IN. $700 down FHA $15,450 FHA, $128 mo
kit, util rm, carport, closed front porch, $15,200, 3 bedroom 2 bath, CBS at 2105 NW 56th St. 2 bedroom apt. pays all. $550 down.
$750 down, $99.77 month. Freshly painted inside and out. A real bargain at Eight years new
$12,500, $750 down and $110 month pays every. Call Elizabeth Open Sunday 1-5 p.m.
FHA CBSbeautiful 3 bedrm,2 bath, Fla rmgar., thing. Vacant. Move right in. SECURITY
Must see. $21,000, $1775 down, $136.76 month.
NO RED TAPE MOVE RIGHT! REAL ESTATE Jack Munach, Broker
FHA, CBS, waterfront, 2 bedrm, 2 bath, liv rm,
1021 NW 37th St. Fenced yard RealtorsFR
Pretty cottage at FR 3.5446FANTABULOUS
din kit util
rm, rm, gar., extras. A real gem.
$24,000, $1800 down, 153.29 month. appliances, freshly pointed inside and out. Bar- 3-3178
gain at $7,500, $500 down and $85 month pays .
WATERFRONT HOMES all. Vacant. Move right In.
SEVERAL BEAUTIES, 3 bed, 2 bath, 4 bed, 3
NO RED TAPE MOVE RIGHT IN!
baths See them and make an offer. $21,000 & up.
Large 3 bedroom home on beautiful fenced lot.
WE HAVE OTHERS Fla room, enclosed porch, new roof, awning win-

dows, special pump and well for ,lawn, carpeting, .
stove, refrigerator, air conditioner. Bargain at
$10,000, $1,200 down and $103 month. OPEN SATURDAY AND SUNDAYSee

NO RED TAPE M OVE RIGHT IN! Model I at
LOW DOWN PAYMENT Very neat 3 bedroom, 2 bath frame home at 720 ",1
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NW 53rd St. Large Fla room, large open faint 5917 S.W. 63rd Street
Home and office '-N Ifr 6 UNIT. APARTMENT porch, garage, wall to wall carpeting, cornices, ,
Fully equipped every" y w ea -a Cadillac drapes, stove, refrigerator, air conditioner Price
Excellent location pay for itself10CALL 'only $10,000, $2,500 down and $100 month. .: 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH HOMES

and terms ALL CLOSING COSTS
ROGER WARD.Assoc. BeflUELLERPAYS
See: KEYES CO., 43rd YR. Fla room, ffifl rCBS at 3620 NW 179th St. Large VETERANS $100 DOWNNON

1215 NW 37th ST. ings, gas heat. Ftl 'UfJ"10"1\ windows' awn- VETS $300 DOWN
Call: 100 Biscayne Blvd.,Realtors and $90.10 month. (Our opaJo.500'? .H5G down,
693-2631 371-3592 3666)). .ber is 624-. 1 MORTGAGE FHA $85 MONTHNO

SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS) CLOSING COSTS

,"thc;. 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS, terrazzo floors, J
.:jalousie windows, awnings, wall to wall carpet :: CII PRICE. $12,900
;Jng' large fenced yard. FHA bargain at $13,500,.:]

1840 NW 45th STREET i$450 ,down and $90,10 month.Our( Opa-locka au.1&iLer ;- Greater ftr***; .
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is 624-3666)-) : '
Good
,. d'" Neighborhood 'CLOSING I Really I J7JIPHONE : -"
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itfcfucotioomo "r nott" 'ci.i.cn HAVC nc. .!
Chain link fence. House in excellent condition.All Lovely 3 bedroom CBS with lots of extras I Tile '
tiled features. No qualifying roof, jalousie windows, modern kitchen, lots of .I : 444-6133
$1500 TOTALH. cabinets and closets, 2 large air conditioners,
(heat and cool) stove, 2 refrigerators, washing ,
L. SIMON, Realtor 633-2663 machine, drapes, fenced yard, pump & well for
, lawn, plastic pool. FHA price $16,000, $600 dn,
$106.34 mo. Our Opa-locka number is 6243666.
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FOR
:i" I SALE
WILL L'"FOR. FHA VALUATION ,

; Miami Modern 3 bedroom bath, CBS ,on large; :corner GOOD BUSINESS
King Realty, Inc. of ,fenced lot/'Tilt roof, awnings, jalousie' windows, and
Store
Sundry Religious Supply
central "heat, stove, refrig.'Bargain at $14,500
'King Size 8000 NW 7th
DADE: COUNTY Buys"REALTORS FHA,'$450 down, $97.01' mo. Opa-locka 624.3666. Same location for 25 years
(ISOUR Ave

I KINGDOM SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS Reasonable Sale Price

CALL Beautiful 4 bedroom, 2 bath CBS, like newl Giant PHON: FR 4-9219- A.M.6 P. M.

693-2'0111 size garage, large built-in kitchen, built-in range, 944-4036 7 P.M. 9 P. M.
garbage disposal, terrazzo floors, central heat,
,jalousie windows, circular drive, sliding doors,
to patio. Air conditioner. Outstanding buy at
$19,000 FHA, $900 down and $124.98 month. ,

WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES ((1)) 2981 NW 171st St. 3 bedroom, CBS

YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR $350 down, $104 pays all.

WATERFRONT POOL HOME $100 DISPLACED DOWN IF AND YOU IF ARE YOU A CAN VETOR QUALIFY BEING ((2)) 660 NW 46th St. 3 bedroom CBS, No

1011 NW 87 STREET qualifying. $700 down.

Gorgeous 3 bedroom, 2 bath, pool, carpets, drapes,
built-in stove and oven. Many extras. ((3)) 2973 NW 61st st. 2 bedroom, CBS, Fla
room, no qualifying, $500 down.
2002 NW 81 STREETCute REALTYBROKER
2 bedroom, Fla room. Vets only $100 down, ((4)) 4407 NW 17th Ave. 2 houses, 1 lot.
FHA $300 down. $73 month. $500 down, no qualifying.

4040 NW 181 TERRACE ((5)) 4141 NW 23rd Court 3 bedroom frame.
Gorgeous 3 bedroom, 2 bath, built-in stove and oven, 4932 NW 7th Ave. '
extra large carport, sprinklers, well and pump, car- Beauty. $2.0 down. $68 mo. pays all.
peting. FHA $800 down. PL 9-4371

1869 NW STREET 16000 NW 27 Ave
Lovely 3 bedroom, carport, fenced. FHA terms. WE HAVE MANY INCOME PROPERTIES
FHA terms. $100 down to vets. 624-3666

NO QUALIFYING Open Evenings Sundays
3145 NW 193rd TERRACE FORD REALTY Inc.

Gorge, us 3 bedroom, wall to wall carpet, central ,
heat, Fla room, built-in range andoven, garage, MIAMI TIMES ADS DON'T Broker
awnings, well, and sprinklers.
pump $102 mo.
pays all. 3639 NW 15 Ave. 6354595NEW
COST THEY PAY

1050 NW 91st STREET .
... 2 bedroom, 2 bath, lovely area. $111.00 month $350 DOWN FHA CLOSE IN
pays, all. 5900 NW 5th Avenue FHA FINANCED COMMUNITYIN
Lovely 2 bedroom CBS,
BUILDING & EXTRA LOT air cond., Fla room. SUBURBAN SOUTHWEST MIAMI
8157 NW 22nd AVENUE * * NEAR ELEMENTARY, JUNIOR AND SENIOR HIGH SCHOOLS
Restaurant equipment already in. Call us forterms and $900 Down FHA
Large park and playground nearby. The following homes
key. now being completed:
3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS,
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 24 HOUR SERVICE large Fla room. Many ex- 3 bedroom, 1 bath, enclosed garage
HOMES FOR AS LITTLE AS $100 DOWN tras. Beautifull 3 bedroom, 2 bath, enclosed garage
* * 4 bedroom, 2 bath enclosed
displaced 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, large garage
area, lot central air and heat. These homes are situated on large wooded lots, all with low FHA payments.

Projects. Veterans call to see if you qualify.You'r. Only 18 months old. 9200 OPEN DAILY FOR YOUR INSPECTION AT:

only a phonecall away. NW ALLAPATTAHREALTY 13th Court. 8191 S. W. 128th STREET

CALL US FOR BEST SELECTION ON NEW Realtors Three blocks west of South Dixie Highway
VA LIST OUT THIS WEEK ,
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FOR RENT BROWNSVILLE ( Brown-Sub) HOME ENTEREDAug.

CLASSifiED ADS 1968,. The TAKE INNUMERABLE.
Small room for settled man
or pensioner. 6932534. Neighborhood 29th & 30th Avenues

15 WORDS OR LESS $1.50. 5C FOR EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 48th Terrace & 50th Strttt

DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED RETURN THE IMPORTANT PAPERS
ADS TIICCHAV c
...... BBaB IIIBIIta M lMnne n nm J UCaUMY. D P.M..
-Wi" Room for rent for professionalyoung RECEIPTS AND BUSINESS RECORDS

lady. For further information PLEASE!
FOR SALE
FOR SALE FOR SALE Call 633-4566.

Like new, freshly painted Inside CBS DUPLEX $450 DOWN 2317 NW 94th Street

and outside, sparkling 8031 NW 12th Court SEE THIS CBS BEAUTY 1 bed roo m furnished apartment HELP WANTED

hardwood floor, 3 bedroom, 1 One 2 bedroom, one 1 bedroom ONLY $450 DOWN-FHA Air-conditioned, elec- ACCOUNTSRECEIVABLE FOR SALE
bath CBS Florida room.Fenced nice area. Kitchen Large Florida room, 2 bed- tric kitchen. Adults only Thisis CLERK

yard FHA $13,300, $300 equipped. $14,900 FHA.Spitzer room, 2 baths, all kitchen appliances a duplex apartment for a Permanent position with Good Investment
down. $89 month. Veterans or Realty, Realtors, 759-8741 included in the priceof nice middle aged working cou- large company. Good .tart.
displaced person $100 down. $15,000. Spitzer Realty, ple who are steady employed Ing salary with'advancement INCOME PROPERTYN.
and Pacific Realtors Realtors 7598741. opportunity. Ex celie"l l t ( W. Area
Atlantic $95 per month on year basis. fringe beneflt..S day work .
6660411. "LARGE CORNER HOUSE" Rent security required 175 week. Applicant must be per.
"FHA" FHA NW 38th Street. Apt. 2. man.ntr.sid.ntofthis area. $50,000Net
"FHA" Large 2 bedroom home, gar- 3 bedroom CBS, nice area. ate.Must Experienced be high school preferred.gradu $12,000 a year

2 bedroom plush Fla porch, age, hardwood floors, even Tremendous value at $14,500. Must be able to operate
fenced yard, large lot, hard- large enough for 3 bedrooms. $100 down to vets.Others$300 HELP WANTEDGorton's typewriter and 10-key add. SEE CULMER
wood floors, close to schools, Call us to show you this one. down. Awnings, hardwood od.Ing machine For Interview by touch meth

buses, etc., in city. Only $300 Fenster Realty, Broker 759- floors, call us to show.Byap- ment call Sealtest appoint.Foods MIDWEST REALTY
down plus closing costs. To 8779. point ment only, Fenster Shrimp Products has 17707 NW Miami Court.
Vets only $100 down Don't Realty, Broker 759-8779. year round production ware- Phones625-0411. (An equal 5499 NW 27th Avenue
miss this one. Shown by appointment MODERN DUPLEX-FHA house man opening. Excellent opportunity employer). 635-0035

only. Call Fenster price $12,500 $400 down. working conditions and fringe (Nltei)633-3735)
Realty, Broker 759-8779. $83.55 month. Near schools, 4 63 Chevy Impala. Air-con- benefits. 7501 NW 25th Ave. MIAMI TIMESCLASSIFIED (Oil) (

shopping and 17th Ave. bus. ditioned. $34 month. Ph. 634-
GOOD INCOME PROPERTY TUBIN REALTORS, 7906 NW 3620 or 949-7956. All around man in grocery ADS PAY

2 houses on 1 lot, tremendousvalue 7th Ave. Ph. 6914785. store. Must know meats.

all furnished,this love- DUPLEX-$500 FHA Friendly Food Market, 1901 "
ly CBS home has 3 bedroomsin 0 QUALIFYING Drive by 9912 NW 21st Ave., NW 46th Street. ACTION T.V. Sales & Service

front and 2 bedroom housein 3 bedroom, F 1 a. room, near then call for appointment.Live
rear. Total price $15,000. all transportation.Price$10- rent free. CBS, 2 bedroom and Handyman and plasters want- GUARANTEED TO RELIEVE YOU

$4,000 down Shown by appointment 000, $1,000 down, $85 per 1 bedroom apartment.Corner, ed. Call 7578571. OF YOUR T. V. PROBLEMSWE

only Call Fenster month. UBIN REALTORS, tile roof,terrazzo floors.Only REPAIR ALL MAKES-
Realty, Broker, 7598779. 7906 NW 7th Ave Ph.691-4785 8 years old.Winchester Realty PAINTERS
10918 NW 7th Ave. 751-9784. PLASTERS FOREIGN AND AMERICAN
NO QUALIFYING Fontainebleau Hotel is now accepting COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE

2115 NW 56th Street 6DUPLEX6FHA applications with some STEREO HIFI RADIO TAPE
immediate openings for experienced :-
FINANCINGLOW $600 DOWN-$127 MONTH ,
Nice 2 bedroom home and gar
RECORDER
age. Newly renovated In and DOWN PAYMENT Buys a 5 bedroom, 11/2 bath, personnel. Good CALL NOW:
has pay, paid vacation and holi- 696-3381 8626 NW 22 Ave.
out. Real neat and clean Only NORTH. MIAMIBEACHAREA. on FHA terms Really
for 2families days, other fringe benefits.No
$600 down. Move right In.Callus J.SROKE.RS; INVITED space,room enough
for further information;wo "Call J; Z.- 587-2470 plus 2 car garage, phone calls, apply in person
call us to see inside. Total only, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Per-
have to show. Fenster
key $16,500. Elmore Realty '448- sonnel Office, 4441 Collins
Realty Broker 7598779. RESIDENT MANAGERDependable
6563. Avenue, M. B.
OPEN HOUSE

6948 NW 5th VENUE Sunday 2 to 5:30 p.m.8930 NW 4 OPERATOR WANTED
Gas stove. burners. Apt.
Beautiful large 2 bedroom, 2 15th Avenue. size. 1081 NW 61st St. Plaza Brush N' Kurl Beauty Salon, man or couple for responsible
bath CBS home with Florida Modern CBS 2 bedroom 1 bath 84164. $25.00 1524 NW 62nd St. Air-condi- position to take complete charge of rental

room, plus another nice 2 bed- Fla. room, carporte,tile roof, tioned. Ph. 691-9436. units in area. Wonderful opportunity for the -
room CBS home in rear. FHA hardwood floor FHA $350 (Oct. 11)
terms. No closing costs.Drive. down $90 month Veterans or FOR RENT .. right person or couple., _. .

by the property then call or displaced person $100 down. General maintenance man.Driver's '
PLUS LIVING QUARTERS
at Edison Atlantic and Pacific SALARY
stop Realty,Realtor, Realty Small cottage. Middle age man license.Non-drinker
175 NW 62nd Street. 751-2441 6660411. or woman. 6960473. starting salary' $75. 5 days. Call Friday or Saturday
$90- days: 6932631.CHILDCARE.

OWNER MUST SELL GRACE'S WAREHOUSE SALE Home 8723 NW 21st Ct. Part- MorningPL
1370 NE 150th Street 5421 NW 2nd Avenue ly furnished.
3 bedrooms 1 bath, close to SUNDAY ONLY 1- 5 p.m. 40643Mr.

schools and 163rd.shopping Book cases $2; Cardtables$2; Room for a very nice and respectable Retired nurse will give your Miller
center. Make offer. playpens $2; utility tables $1; single lady with a infants and toddlers

Anyone can buyJ. highchairs $1; lounge chairs good Job. Use of large kitchen, loving care In her home. Will .
$1; tables $1; night stands $2; and
K. REALTY 947-7571 dining room, living room pick up. PL 8-2900.
lamps $1;sewing machines$5; Fla. room. $60.00 per month. (Oct. 11) FOR SALE
files $5; typewriters $5; To see call NE ,
LOW DOWN PAYMENT checkwrlters $5; vacuum 54805.Indef.( .) 'Mothers, mothers, if you are EXCELLENT $1,500.00 buys 50x140 lot.
House for sale Opa-locka cleaners $3 $5 picture clean home
; rugs ; looking for a ,good Have Business Lots
Bunche Park, 15830 NW 18th frames 50 clubs$1 rec- OPPORTUNITYFor
$ golf food
; ; en- experienced babysister
Furnished rooms, private Need Money? See BaronWe
Ct. Ph. 587-1388, Ft.Lauder- ord players $3; suitecases; try, duplex building NE section whom you can trust, call us. licensed real tttatc Buy Property
dale. (Oct. 11) cedar chest $12 broilers $2 633-6607Night 633-2002
; ; Call 371-3622. Day salesman or woman. 538-1340
books 10$; slipper rocker $3; 6332732. Free pickupandde But Deal in Town
DUPLEX-FHA-HOT DEAL TVs $5; dishwashers $10; RENTALS livery. (bidet)

Large 2 bedroom, duplex with washers $10;doll collection$1 1 bedrm CBS Duplex $19.00 EDISON REALTY, CocaColaBOTTLING
screened -in porch tremen- and $2; wigs $3; ladies dres- 2 bedrm CBS apartment$22.00 Juanitas' Kindergarten is now Realtors
dous value, price $16,900. ses 25$; children's clothes 10 1 bedrm CBS duplex $19.00 open for pick up and delivery 175 NW 62nd St. CO.
$700 down payment,don't miss 25$; men's suits $2; shirts 1 bedrmCBSapartment$19.ooDEP service"For further Information ' 751.2441
this one. Drive by 820 NW 60 10$; dinette set $10. rr REQUIRED call OX 12350. Mrs. Route
St. Then call Fenster Realty, Juanita Jackson.
WEST REALTY Sep.. 27)
Broker, 759-8779. '49 Chevy truck. 12 foot body. 2058 NW 62nd Street SalesmanSalary
1 1/2 tons. $150. PL 14050. Child day care in my home. while
inspected and '68 tag. Your child will be given the
Room. Middle age man.Preferone
FHA, VAandConventlonal Nice best of care Phone 7598335. HOME AWAY training
works during day.
CBS like new, anybody can buy FHA BEAUTY quiet and reasonable. Call (Indef.) FROM HOME Must be 21 or over

if qual1tiedornon-qualUedand. 2 large bedrooms, 2 bath,Fla. 7593360. Tourist AccommodationsDo and a resident of
assume existing mortgage. room and den, used for spare Infants and toddlers. Best of you hove a friend or re- theGreater &.>

Midwest Realty, NE 5-8035. bedrooms. Many expensive $18 per week. 2 bedroom un- care in my home. P.L 89972. lavtive visiting? Beautiful
5499 NW 27th Ave. (Oct.18) extras Included free. Only furnished frame 6043 NW 24 private home for rent.Doll v Miami
$900 down. Call Jonas Engel, Avenue MISCELLANEOUs'Moving basis.Air cond.;,wall/wall Area
Beauty Shop for sale or rent Associates. carpet all utilities turn. Apply in person at:
Fully equipped with five booths YEAR including TV &
KEYES CO.-43rd garage
-
Room. Private bath and private
and 2 ton 301 NW 29th Street
hauling.
$300 down and$50 month.691- 1705 NE 123rd St.-Realtors entrance. 4758 NW 21st Phone.
9072. (Oct. 4)) 891-1300 Avenue. truck. 16 feet van. 6355746. Shown by Appoint. Call 9a.m.toS ,between 10 a.m.

p.m. 691.5283 or and 3 p.m. .A16'
HOME OFFICE Why not In your spare time Evenings & Weekends:
4225 NW 168th Terrace Businessman or professional.Home Rooms in quiet neighborhood. learn to play the piano. Call 696.2538 Monday through Friday
Carol City. 3 bedrooms, 2 and office combination.See Private home. Men who work 6356737. Call anytime. (N29))
baths, swimming pool, no during day. Reasonable 693-
1275 NW 37th St.Call own-
2838 after 5 1012 NW 75
qualifying, by owner Total er 6932631. p.m. 17-year-old FEMALE
price$13,320.$2,000down.$97 Street. Senior want work on Saturdayand

month. 624-4016. 4 BEDROOMS Room two afternoons.6344215. GROCERY STORE
in private home. Twin
Oct. 18))
( Florida room, large lot,love beds for working lady or man For Sale

ly CBS, near 163rd St.and 29th an wife. Call 635-7626. Draperies taken down, Rock Bottom Price

2121 NW 42nd Street. Price Ave. $600 down. Owner 693- cleaned, decorator folded and Beer and Wine License <:
$3800; 2479 NW 94th Street. 2631. Rooms. Permanent stayingmen renting.. Lustra-tone Drapery Over Per Week
Good Income $2,000
Price $3800; 8130 NW 14 Ave. and two working young Service, 887-8022. (bidet)
Price $2750; 3057 NW 95th St. 3 bedrooms, (decorated), ladies. 1116NW51stTerrace. $3,000 Down Cash

Price $3200; 345 NW 49th St. living room, dinging room, WIN A WIG :. ;. E-Z Payments
v
$5800; 5630 N. W. 6th Avenue kitchen, bath, front porch, and win a AVENUE
Have a wig party 4999 NW 22
$4900 4th Avenue. furnished.Fenced Furnished efficiency. Free
; 5712 NW partly yard, for information
$4850. Owner 49 NW 34th St. low price Allapattah section lights and water. 1870 NW 55 free wig. Call 754-5401 PHONE: 635-3090 (TF)

371-6728. Call owner 5323206. Terrace. 633-2937. .
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