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ST. PETERSBURG- the court to reverse its ear Her --
"Police efficiency must yieldto decision and enter and orderin ., ,
I constitutional rights," was accord with the ruling the

part of the ruling handed down Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals. Vol. 46, No. 7 MIAMI, FLORIDA! FRIDAY. OCTOBER 11, 1968 32 PAGES 15* _

by the U.S. District Court of .. "...-.0._. .. . ..._..._._ __ _______.". __ .__ .____
Appeals when it said that the 141

local police department here _ _ _ No Settlement Yet
clearly violated the rights of

14 Negro policemen.In ,

an appeal to theU.S.Dis-
trict Court for the Fifth Circuit 4 In South Dade

attorneys for the NAACP _

Legal Defense and EducationalFund A biracial committee Jack Levy, chairman of the _
Inc.LDFsaidtheNegro( ) seeking to solve the South Dade white parents group, was '
policemen were denied the full High School racial controversy pessimistic about the white

duties, responsibilities, and i met for the third time community agreeing to drop
privileges of their positions.LDF Monday night with no indication either the name of the song. 1

staff attorney LeroyD. the differences over Con- Levy said he believed that
Clark of New York City, and federate symbols had been re- once the blacks achieved this

Cooperating attorney JamesB. solved. much of a compromise, they _ _
Snaderlin of this city told I _ip J- The closed meetings with would be back for more.
the court that police sargeantswere R the Dade School Board have led
assigned respunsibilitesby L_ -. : !:L:! to nothing more than dialoguewith Black spokesmen Odell

the designations "SI" and each group failing to give Johns reportedly told the full

"S2". They said those having : #' ground. committee that the proposed
these designations were ; White members of the committee compromise could prevent his
assigned administrative and ; promised to go back to threatened boycott of schools
supervisory duties. Concerned Parents Or- and businesses intheSouth

According to LDF findings, Js"bI ganization to seek agreementto Dade area by Negroes.
the one and only Negro sar- _.,, .. drop either the school nick
- -- -- -- ---- ----' -- -
gent was designated "S3",and name "Rebels" or use of the School Board ChairmanC.
limited to supervising Negro Democratic Vice Presidential candidate Edmund Muskie, left is greeted song "Dixie. Negro members T. McCrimmon said the
policemen.LDF by Rev. Edward T. Graham, chairman of the Board of Trustees of Florida indicated this could be meeting actually "got us no-

attorneys charged that Memorial College, as mayors Jay Dermer, Miami Beach and Chuck Hall, Metro the first step toward settlement where, but at least we are still

at one time Negro officers stand by to greet the Senator. Right foreground is Reed Tommey, presi- of the kindling dispute. arbitrating."

were patrol assigned car, colloquially to a particular referred dent of Tigar Bay.Muskie addressed the Tiger Bay Club at the DuPont Plaza

to in the department as hotel at a standing room only crowd where he made a major foreign policy Grandson Of A Slave

the "colored car." speech.the .
They said a lower court _

ruling that it was necessaryfor police department has to cease assigning Negro lflhllfllIMIIIRIilflflhIlIfluIflllIUIflUUIll
Negro policemen to patrol erred in holding that the racial policemen on the basis of To Be Honored _
only Negro neighborhoods for classification of policemenwas color and grant the Negro sar-

reasons of efficency maintained merely for purposes of geant equal authority to excute Teenager A pioneer Miamlana of five which was instrumental -
a segregating efficiency and directed the police responsibilities.
prominent civic leader and in obtaining equal access
Negroes within the police de lower court to reverse its pharmacist, Elmer A. Wardis for all citizens to the Miami
LDF Attorney Snaderlin
partment.The ruling. Pleads known to many as Mister Springs Golf Course. He was
U.S. Court of Appeals The Court Appeals ordered William Robinson, will returnto
Dade County Young Democrat.. initiator, of the lawsuit
ruled that the lower court,and the city of St. Petersburg the lower court this week for which challenged ,the Florida )

!ijm! i jml1mjm1iEimimnmimW! mj\lm\ mt$ iWi&1 Ni11if imrtc ] 'Gui'fy'n' ,Chariottesville Dr. Ward: is, ..Virginia.a native,,and of citizens statute freedom which denied of political Negro '

was the tenth of eleven children affiliations, and also participated
+ born to David and FlorenceM. in the direct action which

-tc _I 701 Ward He is the grandsonof caused the Dade County commission -
-1, KillingA
3 il ** Noah Jackson, a slave. to build and equip Virginia -

5 Key Beach for bathingand
recreation.He .
r5 16-year.oldyouth,accus-
ed of killing a 15-year-old
rr -p.
is the founder of the Dade
-; 4,., a dime, pleaded guilty to a
County Young
charge second-degree mur-
If and served as its
; der Monday In Circuit Court
President and Board Chair-
before Judge Hal Dekle.
_ man for a number of years.
I .. He has served on numerous
i= Judge Dekle postponed sen- city and county advisory com
for Dennis Stevens of
tencing mittees. He is one of the pre
1302 NW 62nd St. for the Oct. miere members of the Omega

13 fatal shooting of George Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc.,. having -
Chatfield, 1247 NW 65th Ter., been initiated in 1914, the

** pending a back-round reporton year of the inception of the
Stevens, who officials said -- ---- Currently, Dr. Ward is a
had a long delinquency rec- member of Advisory Board
ord, reportedly gunned down DR. ELMER A. WARDDr. of the Roosevelt Branch of the
Chatfield who was among a First Federal Savings and

group of other youths sitting Ward attended elementary Loan Association; a member
NW 64th St. and 12th Ave. school in Virginia and of the Model Cities Council,

** "Give me a dime, or none high school in Washington, and Xavier a member Roman of St.Catholic Francis
received his A. B.
D. C. He
of you are going home,' Ste.. Church. He is a treasurer of
]I and Pharmaceutical degrees
R Williams *
I George vens threatened them, the from the University of Toledoin the Florida Voters' Leagueand

*It other left and boys Chatfield told Police.stayed They be.. Toledo, Cbio. a veteran of World War I.

Williams doesn't go around talking a lot about what should be done. hind. He is married to Anna Belle Dr. Ward will be honoredfor
iC George R.what needs to be done and gets about doing it. Born here in Miami 49tc O'Dell Ward, formerly of Detroit his outstanding community 4
1' He senses
from Booker T.WashingtonHteh in 1935 and moved on to Stevens a few moments lat and they have one son, service at a Cultural Testimonial -
-Ie 3 years Clark ago College, he graduated in Atlanta where he was an All-American fullback for two years. er was shot with the same 38- Charles.Dr. to be held at the ,
with which he
caliber pistol
from New York University Florida MemorlalCollegeAu.ditorium
3 He won his Master's Degree in Secondary Administration had used on Chatfield byGeorge's Ward came to Miami in
on Sunday, Nov. 3,at
in 1954. older brother, 1926 and entered the business 8 p.m.
"-tc 7' Williams served a stint in the Marine Corps before heading up the Diversified James. world. In 1929 he opened the
Cooperative Training Program at Gibbs High In St. Petersburg. He took over thetc Economy Drug Store,a venture -
-tc Miami in 1951. His outstanding record in which he operated successfully The Miami Symphonic: Society
iC same program at G. W. Carver High P James had been with the orchestra will be featured. -
dropouts at Carver until 1955
and potential
students January,
for disadvantaged
-tc building a program other boys and ran back to the Guest artists will be Miss
School Board as CoordinaP when he retired from the -
-tc his appointment by the Dade County operation
no doubt prompted scene when be heard a shot, Joan Storr and Mr.John John
of the business.Dr. .
:iC tor of Vocational Education for the Disadvantaged. # police said.Finding his younger son.

iC 3 He is an active member and holds offices in the following organizations; Vice brother shot through the Ward has been active for

iC Chairman of the Model City Governing Board, President of Miami Central Little throat, James reportedly many years in the areas of human City Commissioner M.
.gc League (only recognized Little League team in Miami), Chairman of Area El for ** shouted, "You killed my brother rights. He was an original Athalie Range and the Honor-
3 United Fund. He is a member of the Board of Trustees of St. Paul AME Church, # you killed my brother" member of th e Executive able Senator Harry Cain are
.3' Boy Scouts of America, The Coconut Grove Cares Committee and the American and wrestled with Stevens. Board of the Greater Miami chairwoman and cochairman -

:. Council on Human Rights. Urban League and served on respectively, of the

iC In 1956 he received a citation from Bethune-Cookman College for Educationtc James finally got hold'the that Board for fifteen years.In sponsoring group which Is
4' iCtr gun an d shot Stevens in the 1951 he became the first comprised of the Greater MI-
and Civic Enterprise.
4' stomach pollc e said. police Black man to serve on a jury ami Chapter of the Links, the

l1Bn@Hitm mlliiH1RIMmitlfiH i@j1milii I1MJ [@i did not charge James Chatfieldwith in the Dad e County Circuit Rinkydinks, the Egelloc Club,
iful1 mI Stevens' shooting. Court. He was one of a group and Eta Phi Beta Sorority.Police .

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I2 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday October 11,1968

I Where does Nixonstand

on education ?

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In the back of the bus

'wit Thuond

Where does Hubert Humphrey standon
As he said when he accepted the ':'
nomination of his party: "There can be -
no compromise with the right of every
American who is willing and anxiousto
learn to have a good education!' '
Humphrey wants to insure a quality
education for every American from
age four right on thru college.
Because Humphrey is for all the
people. And not for the extremists. .

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1025 Connecticut Avenue N.W.Washington D.C.
Hon Terry Sanford Chairman
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_ ____ THE_MIAMI I TIMES, _Friday. ,_October 11.. 16lH. 3I

I Pindling Wins Greater Control I r .a. :


Under New ConstitutionPrime .

Minister Lynden trade agreements, technical *

Pindling came away from the assistance pacts, pacts with

recent Constitutional Confer- other countries and emigration :: dk i
ence smelling like a rose witha plans although ultimate

handful of concessions not responsibility for foreign affairs _
enjoyed by previous administrations will still rest with the .
British. ; \ i

No more can the British The new charter gives the

government for c e any gov- islands more say in running :
ernor on the islands. In the future their own affairs,but still falls
the Bahamas governmentmust short of Independence. ::: ,
1 1 9 nN
be consulted on any appointment man-in-the /
However, a
comtemplated by obi' n.en+ street sampling shows Ba- w
the British.
hamians feel the charter goes '
The new constitution :t a far enough- for the moment. t k Nt
which into effect early : t Tt
goes Most agree that a great 1
next year- will give the Ba- amount of self-government Is II'.1."\: \ _. .n_ T ...,." .... 1

hamian control government the greater force PRIME MINISTER PINDLINGthe all to the good and will help From left to right: Mr. Edward F. Sintz, Director of the Miami Public
over police
them obtain the experience Library Mrs. Delores Hart Lee of the Co-Ettes Miss Patricia
and Internal security, among successful operation of the for eventual inde- ; sponsor ;
other concessions. The docu- new system. It will be composed necessary pendence.The Reese, president of the Co-Ettes Service Club; Miss Helen Dorsett, Librarian,

ment provides for a special of Cummings-Bruce,Pind- Dixie Park Branch of the Miami Public Library. Miami-Metro News Bureau

police minister, appointed by ling, a minister and other individuals majority of Bahamians photo.
Prime Minister Lynden, to designated by Pind- quizzed agreed that the lack of
Coettes Give Award To
national industries and anal- LibraryThe
oversee daily police respon ling.The most complete dependence on
sibilities. Bahamas' ruling Pro-
gressive Liberal Party will tourism as a source of Income $25.00 prize won by the Ing trips. In 1967, with $4,000 School and Mrs.Delores Harte
Ultimate responsibility for makes independence now un- Co-Ettes Service collected through fund-
select nine of the new 16- Club in the Lee Is the club sponsor. Miss
both, however, will remain in ember Senate under this reasonable. Miami Herald's Club of the raising projects and with the Helen Dorsett is Librarian of

the hands of the British-ap- charter. The opposition will Many feared independencewould Year Awards was presentedto help of civic organizations in the:Dixie Park Branch. The

pointed governor, Sir Francis select four and the governor bring greater taxationand Mr. Edward F. Sintz, Di- Montreal, the club took forty Co-Ettes was organized at
CummlngsBruce. three. in turn greater economic rector of the Miami Public LI- youngsters aged 9 to 17,to Ex- Booker T. Washington Junior

A. sneclal security council The constitution grants Ba- pressure on the poorer Ba- brary on Wednesday, Sept. 25 po '69. Enroute home the High School,when it was a sen-
will be created to safeguard hamians authority to negotiate hamian. by Patricia Reese, Club youngsters toured New York ior high school. The club has
President at the Dixie Park City, Jamestown and Wil- continued even though its

Branch of the Miami Public liamsburg. members b a v e been assigned -
Library. Patricia Reese Is a seniorat to several different
I AI Kinsey In Labor Program At HarvardAl Northwestern Senior High schools.
This award was the first
prize in the teen division and
kinsey, of Miami, Re- to help its members and of-
was given to the Co-Ettes for
gional Vice-president of the ficers advance. The union emphasizes Phone: 836-3691
its efforts to improve the livesof
Atlanta Region of the Mail the Importance of residents of Good Bread

Handlers Union and Presidentof ..v conferences and training Alley and Bucket of Blood. Central TV & Radio RepairColor
Miami Local 65, has been K seminars tokeepabrestofnewdevelopments.

named by the General Execu- r The Co-Etts are a group of
tive Board of the Laborers' Throughout the union,staff fifty high school students and Stereo Inter-Coms PJL Systems

International Union to attenda 14 training seminars are held to was organized five years ago.
special 133-week course at bring local union and district They have organized birthday 9415 NW 17th Ave.
council officials up to date on
Harvard University. parties for children who have
The Laborers have been, latest changes in Federal law never, had this experience,. Miami Florida \
sending officials and rank and* and regulations and:ways t .given tours to attractions In,
file union members to the represent the interests of the this''area and arranged camp-

trade union program at members.The .
Harvard for nearly 10 years. Laborers have plans to
Kinsey will attend the session make available all these bene-

running from September 11 to fits to all Mail Handler FOR THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMMODATIONSAT
-- officials who have long-needed
December 5 of this year.
conferences and MODERATE RATES-CALL
AL KINSEY regular
The purpose of the programis
to give union officers a training seminar to keep -.

chance to receive valuable Those attending the sessionsat abrest of changes in the BONDED _..'
training in the business of ad- Harvard in Cambridge, Federal service.

ministering a union taking an Massachusetts receive $100 a I
subsistence, plus additional Killed In Ebony '
active part in the labor movement -
to cover traveling. RENTAL to
and making a greater expense g
contribution to community af The International Union pays Bar ArgumentA
full cost of tuition, books and
other materials needed by 28-year-old man was
13 week
The course AGENCY
students. charged with second degree .
economics, labor law, .
The Laborers estimate that murder Sunday for an early ,..
arbitration, union administration .
administration it now cost about$5,000 to send morning stabbing at the Ebony :
wage ,
internationallabor a student to the Harvard pro- Bar, 6928 NW 15th Ave., MI- INC. .;
labor history, 1
ami police said.
gram. {
affairs, communications n
The Harvard program is the Edward Reese, 28, 6888 NW
collective bargainingand
labor-management, relations most outstanding program of 15th Ave., was taken into custody o ,r?, THE LARGEST PRIVATE HOUSING RENTAL AND
its kind in the labor movementThe about 2 a.m., police said.
special Trade Union Pro- Reese Is accused of stabbingto ------
The courses are taught by IN
valuable death Parks 35
experts who are outstanding gram provides ,prac- Eugene ,
tical assistance to union officials 1555 NW 70th St., during an
authorities in their particular and others attendingto argum nt.Detective. A fleet of cars and. collectors give door to door service for
fields. Kinsey was one of convenienceA
them better Russ Leas- tenants
help representtheir Sgt.
three unionists in the
members. burg said Reese told him he recreation for and adults "rent
Laborers named by the union's community center teenagers
The Harvard is had to stab Parks to defend "
General Executive Board to program free, furnished qnd. flifconditionedforyourcomfortand enjoyment.
typical of the Laborers efforts himself from a beating.
attend the session. A public relation department to assist you with your problems.

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4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 11) IQAft

[6 FROM WHERE I SIT r. To Be Equal


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

H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher
\ ( a Does Anybody Executive Director National Urban League
Managing Editor
_-.- _. .
STANLEY I. WEETINC, Theatrical Editor I I --

National Advertising Representative" Care??? Fear Is to Campaign IssueIt
Amalgamated Publishers, I Inc.: I
310 Madison Avenue. New York, N. Y. 10017
Member of the Notional Newspaper Publishers Association is becoming very clear that the war in Vietnam isn't the

2400 S. Michigan Avenue. Chicago, III. 60616 19 Black Students Not top campaign issue. Neither is crime, law and order, or in-
SUBSCRIPTION RATES flation. I think that the dominant issue in this election campaign
ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN S6. ,C is one that some candidates cater to, but none mentionsout
Wanted At Beach SchoolsIn loud--tear.
Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Pos
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876
We would have to go back a good many years to find an elec-
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"The order to relieve overcrowding at Drew Junior High School torate as frightened and insecure as the present one. Back in
NEGRO PRESS believes that and to Miami Beach Schools some 240 students were
America can best lead integrate 1933 President Franklin D. Roosevelt told a frightened nation

the world from
racial and national antagonism when it accords transferred from Drew to Ida Fisher and Nautilus Junior High "
have to fear is fear
to "The only thing we itself. These
every man regardless of his race, creed or color his human :
and legal rights. .. Schools -- both on Miami Beach. Parents of the transferred
Hating today.
no man, fearing no mon the Negro words bear repeating
Press strives to help every man in the firm belief that all men (voluntarily) students and the Drew administration were assur-
are hurt as long as anyone is held back. ed that steps had been taken to make these black students feel What people are afraid of, of course, is social change. The

welcome. world is getting increasingly complex; people. find it hard to
lie difnr'5 And now, Just 30 days later, 19 of these students have been understand the new attitudes of their children, or the new as-
ute uuh transferred back to Drew with the Nautilus and Ida Fisher administrations sertiveness of black citizens who were silent sufferers for too
claiming that these pupils were having difficulties -

OUR CRIME RATE adjusting to the instructional program at the two schools; long.We have to understand too, that much of the insecurity that
the primary reason of course, as told to Dr. Johnny Jones, haunts so many other-wise well-off middle class people is due
Dr. Alfred Blumskin, a researcher who is part of President Drew Principal, is that these 19 black boys and girls were be- to their newly won status.
Johnson's Crime Commission, says the crime rate is climb- havior problems and it was felt that for the good of all con-
ing. He states that anaverageAmericanboynow ten years old cerned, they should be removed and returned to Drew. Thereis Barely a generation ago,the parents today's affluent mid-
has a 50-50 chance of being arrested for a non-traffic viola- no place on the Beach for them. dle classes were standing on unemployment lines or were em-
tion sometime during his lifetime. If he lives In a city the ployed in relief projects like WPA, PWA and others during the
sit the that to mind is
From where I question comes my ,
chance of his being arrested rise to 60 per cent. If he is a Ne- of Depression. And many who get so worked up because of wel-
with all kinds
"What makes Drew so special that it can cope
gro the chances rise to 90 per cent. ?" Another question is "What makes Fisher and fare grants to black mothers conveniently forget that the welfare
pupils -- ,
These projections were made at a Washington panel dW cus- checks their own mothers got thirty years ago kept them
Nautilus so special that they cannot cope with boys and girls
sion on the Increasing crime rate.
alive and enabled them to go to school.
who are behavior problems?" -- has there ever been a school

free of students with behavior problems? It took the war and economic boom times since then to put

A TEN CENTS .DEATH "The child is the school's first consideration" .. the slogan most Americans into the middle class. The government tore
of Florida's educators. Such a move as that is being made Involving down black slums to make way for expressways that rushed

Dennis Stevens, 16-years-old of 1302 NW 62nd St.,has been black students at these schools makes one wonder to white people out of the central cities,and the government lent
charged and pleaded guilty of second degree murder of George what degree, if any, is the child being considered. It definitely them money and Insured their mortgages so they could createa
Chatfield, 1247 NW 65th Terrace.Stevens demanded a dime or appears that the slogan does not apply in this case to all stu- suburban dream world into which black people could not move
Chatfield and other boys present "would not be going home." dents, but is a hypocritical, beautifully-phrased slogan applicable regardless of their income, culture or education.
Stevens a little later was shot with the same pistol he used on to only those who meet and adjust to the white man's
Some of these same people are now screaming about government
Chatfield. Judge Dekle will pass sentence for Stevens on OC- standards.
tober 14. spending on poverty, but they didn't turndown the hand-
Hasty attempts have been made to establish a program which outs that helped put them into the middle class, and they aren't

would provide for the developmental needs of these children, as returning any of the money they are still getting from govern
KENTUCKY'S NEGRO MAYOR one of these schools has reported. Are not a feeling of being ment sources. Their beef isn't really about government spending
wanted, of belonging, a sense of security important needs of but government spending on today's poor and on measuresto

In Glasgow, Kentucky, Luska Ywyman,a Negro grade school these children? What effect would these hastily-made, one- help Negroes and other minorities reach the same middle
principal has been elected as mayor. He is 54 years old and sided decisions have upon these black boys and girls who have class status they've Just attained.
was chosen unanimously by the Glasgow City Council to serve already felt the pangs of racial injustice? Certainly, our edu- And that's the fear that is gripping so many people today.So .
out the rest of the term made vacant by resignation of the holder cational power structure is aware that this move might do irreparable long as blacks are confined to ghettos, rendered powerlessand

of that office. The population of the city is 10,000! "Does damage to the personalities" of these children. -- dependent, many people feel secure and even superior.
anybody really care?

Dade County's Ministers-Laymen Voter Registration Com- It would appear that If integration is to have any real sig- But once they see a black family moving into a neighborhood;
mittee nificance for Dade County, the seventh largest school a black child at
Rev. Thedford Johnson president conducted a success- system school with their kids; a black supervisor on
ful registration drive at the Johns Hall, 1328 NW Third Ave- in the United States, the faculty and administration of any the job, they feel their status Is threatened.It's .
school becoming Integrated should learn to live with and handle

nue.Among endorsers of Vice-president Hubert Humphrey for common problems of adolescence. Any school that allows an irrational fear, even a hysterical reaction,but it exists -
president are students of six educational Institutions includ- children .. black or white .. to do as they please, to throw and some candidates for office are shrewdly appealing to
ing the University of Miami, they represent an enrollment of paper and chalk at each other, to eat when they feel like it, to it. Law and order and crime in the streets become the great
70,838. Others are the University of Florida, the University ignore the teacher or fall to do what the teacher tells them to code phrases that gather the insecure around safe issues. Few
of South Florida, University of West Florida,State University do (these are some of the charges made against the 19 stu- talk about Justice,without which there can be no law and order.
and Florida A&M. dents), should have to suffer with the problems encountered.
These conditions can exist only when,from the principal to the Crowds cheer when George Wallace talks about running over
custodian, all adults have abdicated; all are!ignoring their re demonstrators in his car, or letting the police loose on any-
EVA GINSBURG DIES sponsibilities. The children in such a school have taken over one not of the approved color or political opinions.

Mrs. Eva Ginsburg, 82 years old 0 f 450 NE 82nd Terraceand the adult roles. They have won the battle for leadership and Some
of the
statements I've heard in ota
recent weeks smack
a great-grand mother who could not read until she was 75, kind
was killed on Monday while crossing a street on her way to doesn't need to be an educator to know that the proper litical ofneo-fascismthatrepresentsa sick element in our po-
school. She started out in the first grade at Lindsey Hopkins action to be taken in such a school is full discussion of their life. It's time our political leaders stopped catering to
Vocational School when she was 75. She was a sophomore in problems by the faculty and the principal. Then the faculty best fearful in and the apprehensive, and started to appeal to the
high school, halfway into her 83rd year when she was killed. must formulate plans change to which all agree and which all will our life-- the decent, generous people of good will who
Had she not died on Monday she would have become the old- implement 100 per cent at once. that understand that changing the social and economic system
est high school graduate in Lindsey Hopkins history. Of course, parents have to be nude part of the drive to make oppresses a tenth of the population will benefit all'Ameri-
She will be buried on Thursday in Toronto. the school a proper place for learning. This means interpre-
tation to PTA meetings, in-school conferences with individual
parents, and home visits. Parents' aids and cooperation have cans.PHIL
to be enlisted. When other methods are unsuccessful in "tam-

Negro Affairs Group Urges ing" individual. students, drastic measures must be used until OSSOFERContinuing
everyone knows what limits to behavior have been established
for the entire school, and the principal and teachers intend to
Black enforce them. We don't think this course action was followed with the themeof fers' parents, on discoveringtheir
MemberThe drugs and its misuse I high
am habits, are getting
at Ida Fisher and Nautilus. We wonder why not?
reporting a column from 1962, blood pressure.
American Foundationfor media. It was further empha- In the case at these schools fabulous Miami Beach,' or when glue sniffing began to be These "high" school boys
Negro Affairs calls upon sized that because of the any other school in Dade County, the administration and staff publicized. It referred to some who are attempting a flight to
President Lyndon B. Johnsonto transcendent Importance of should try to remember that a direct order may challenge a high school boys who were unreality have a lot to learn.
appoint a Negro to the Fed- communications which rebellious child to defy you. You have to know what you are caught with model airplane Perhaps they need a paddle to
eral Commission onCom- touches the lives of all Americans prepared to do if he says,"No! I won't!" If possible, give him glue. It went like this: make them smart. After all,

munications in accordancewith moulding opinions, alternatives and their consequences, or remind him of the the end Justifies the means.
a resolution unanimously shaping attitudes, destroyingor limits to behavior which he has violated and of the consequences "Certain dopey teenagersare This world has passed through
passed at its recent Conven- reinforcing sterotypes, the which he has helped to decide.Any good parent knows this; sniffing model airplane many ages. Is it about to be
tion, held at the Bellevue Federal CommunicationsCommission -- and certainly every good teacher should likewise know this. glue in bags for kicks. Now, I stuck with the mucilage?"

t Stratford Hotel in Philadelphia ,. to be a credible From where I sit, removing the 19 so called troublemakers can understand how one could
September 9-13. regulatory agency, must be from Nautilus and Fisher back to Drew will never solve the get stuck on glue,but not to the This seems to be an age
representative of all Ameri- problem of handling discipline cases, nor help Integration. extent of paying through the where anything and everythinggoes
In a letter to President cans. Consequently, it Is very immoral and questions the ability of nose. When that stuff goes to but this Is going too far.
Johnson, Mr. Samuel Evans, certified teachers who have worked in all-white schools to the head, you're left holding It may be so far out that they
Chairman of the Board of the This historic Convention, work with pupils of the opposite race. It goes without saying bag. That viscious viscous can't come back.UnfortunateI I
American Foundation for Negro called for the purpose of that every school has problems -- Drew as well as the Beach substance enables model ly, those who indulge in the I
Affairs, stressed the launching plans to cataloguethe schools -- and should learn to live with them. planes to fly high,but it causes various types of drugs won't

Commissions' sense of urgency American Negro progress; Transferring students from one school to another Just to as human low beings to sink low . know it until it's too late. I
regarding this appoint- thereupon, charting ten year satisfy the whims and inadequacies teachers,should never but as six feet down . .
ment of a Negro to the Federal goals, was attended by 800 be tolerated by the Board of Public Instruction of any com- permanently. Its not to be Despite the dreadful wars of
,Communications Com- registered delegates repre- munity. sniffed at unless you want to this age and the crime and vio-

mission, which is responsible senting 46 states, with over Now that the administration Nautilus and Fisher have been risk being snuffed out. lence in which man destroysman

for the allocation of radio and 1500 observers participating allowed to rid themselves of these 19 "bad" black pupils by One of the I believe the uniquenessof
television licenses and super- in the various workshops and transferring them back to Drew, where then, are they going glue is lowering effects of sniffing our times is due to the attempt -
vision of all communications general assembly. to ship the "bad" white pupils? pressure ril of the blood of people to destroy
bet glue snit- themselves.

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MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 11, 1968 5

Laws Curb Bias I


Wont Complain

WASHINGTON (NPILittle by little, the tradi-
tional prejudices and discriminatory practices that have
kept Negroes out of work or in low paying jobs in the South 3 A) :1
are being abolished through implementation of Title VD of Y ,/

the Civil Rights Act. ,; .. ..ljw
Title vn is the federal law which prohibits job discrimi-

nation based on race,color, religion,sex and national ori-
gin. As administered by the U. S. Equal Employment Opportunity i ,

commission, the law is effecting a revolution for J,# i ,
many by opening up new job opportunities and correctingold
abuses of black workers that over the years too many
people have accepted as inevitable. I

Some of the most prevalent abuses, according to the .
commission, are lower rates of pay for Negroes, dead-
end jobs that provide no chance for advancement, under- "P 1I

employment, jobs that are not commensurate with one's _
training and experience,Jim Crow facilities,the use of unfair -
tests to screen out Negroes from certain jobs and dis-
courteous treatment at employment offices.

The big problem in trying to correct these illegal acts
is that the commission usually can invoke the law only
when the person who is victimized makes a complaint.
Many don't complain because they don't know their
rights under the federal law and others are reluctant for 11

fear of losing their jobs, even though the law makes it illegal -
for an employer to fire or otherwise punish a worker -
for complaining about job discrimination. '
"One of our biggest and most difficult jobs is informing l }

people of their rights," Clifford L. Alexander Jr., the
youthful commission chairman, said. 41d y '"
He said the Urban League and NAACP have been very s

cooperative in getting information about the law to the pea I WHEN IS PROTEST : DISSENT OR A RIOT? I
ple. He also praised a number of disc jockeys on Negro-
oriented stations who have been
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Alexander noted that a person who is being illegally denied -
his job rights is like a person who is sick. "just as

the doctor can't help you untilyoutellhim about your illness Hud Helps Non-White
we can't help until the victim comes to us with a
"Once we have the complaint," he said,"the machinery
of the commission automatically goes into gear to correctthe Businessmen Build Better
abuse and to help the victim get what has been unlawfully -

denied him. Sometimes, it means a worker gets the
job denied him' sometimes it means he gets a cash awardto
compensate him for what he lost by being denied his Communities in South
rights. ,

Then he cited some examples of the thousands of cases .....
'the commission has handled. "
With help and encouragement from the U.S. Departmentof and stone home office for Central Life at an estimated
In one southern state employment office, where a Ne-
I Housing and Urban Development, a number of leading cost of
A )
gro job hunter was told he could not be serviced until he $400,000. multi-family 221 (d (3) housing pro
non-white businessmen in five southeastern states have ject is in the
got into the Jim Crow waiting line, the commission was planning stage for 500 units.This project, of
taken advantage of urban renewal developments. which 202 units under construction
are ,will include a rec-
able to get the separate waiting lines abolished.In .
reational area and a shopping center. Units are being occupied -
a case where the job application of a Negro woman
was rejected because she refused to address white receptionist Seven southeastern cities with urban renewal programs as they are completed.

as "Ma'm," the commission got the companyto have obtained non-white sponsors for a variety of projects
change its employment policy and post a notice statingthe ranging from complete shopping centers to multistoryoffice In Atlanta, construction is underway on a $4.5 million
requirements of the law that says everyone must havean buildings. While some of the projects are in the dollar office building which will house the Negro-owned

equal chance for employment regardless of race,color, planning stage, others have already been completed. The Citizens Trust Company. L. D. Milton, company presi-
religion, sex or national origin.And,Alexander noted,the cities involved include Greensboro, Winston-Salem and dent, noted that the loan to his company was the first made
company agreed to make periodic reports to the commis- Durham in North Carolina; Tampa, Fla.; Atlanta, Ga.; locally for urban rehabilitation by the nation's insurance
sion on bow many Negroes are being hired and what typesof Mobile, Ala.; and Louisville, Ky. industry. The trust company will occupy the first floor,
jobs they are offered.He and total rentable space will comprise 119,000square feet.

also cited the case of a Negro soldier who got a
check for $1,600 because an employer told him before he In Greensboro, a five and one-half acre area is being In the planning stage for Mobile is an air-conditioned
was drafted it had no jobs for welders, yet on the same redeveloped as the Cumberland Shopping Center in the mall-type shopping center to be known Broad-Beaure-
central business district of the city.This is Greensboro'sfirst
day hired two inexperienced white men as welders. The gard Plaza. The site is the last parcel land sold in the
company has informed the soldier also that it is ready to redevelopment project. The sponsor of the projectis Broad-Beauregard Urban Renewal project.Sponsor of the
hire him as soon as be is discharged from the service.A Atty. J. Kenneth Lee, who also is president and direc- center is a Negro-owned organization, Progressive De-
tor of the American Federal Savings and Loan Association.
who had been for wash estab-
woman working a car
velopers of Mobile, Inc. Dr. J. M. Robinson, company
lishment in a southern city complained to the commissionthat president, stated that the plaza will contain 81,000 square

she was skipped over for consideration cashier, The tract is being developed in three stages. The first feet of shopping space and 20,000 square feet of office
a job paying more than she was earning a clerk. After stage, an office building with 4,443 square feet of rental space. An additional four-acre tract was purchased by developer -
the commission Investigated and found she was qualifiedand Taylor M. Hodge who has already built a $125,000
space, is completed. The next stage, the shopping center,
had seniority, the company agreed to pay her $750 and with 29,540 square feet of rental space, is underway. The funeral home on the site.
give her the cashier's job final stage will be construction of a savings and loan association -
The law administered by the commission applies to not
headquarters. A Negro developer has been selected as for
sponsor a
only employers, but employment agencies, unions and job
shopping center In the Southwick Renewal Project in
training if more than 25 are Involved. z
For persons programs wanting, to get information about their job The East Winston Syndicate, a group of prominent non- Louisville, Ky. With the A & P Food Stores agreeing to

rights or to file a complaint about job bias, the commis- = white businessmen in Winston-Salem, has submitted the lease a building, Mr.James S. Taylor, the developer, has
only plan for a major shopping center in the East Winston been able to obtain financing for the center.Other poten-
sion has 12 regional offices, five of them in the South-
General Renewal the tial customers Include a variety store a drug store and
( Neighborhood Project.accepted by a
Atlanta, Austin (Texas), Birmingham, Kansas City (Mis- service
s redevelopment commission the will the
plan qualify syndicate -
souri), and New Orleans.Their addresses' and phone numbers -
to bid the 14-acre The most
on complex. prominent
can be found in the telepftaiQ directory under U.S.
building in the plan is a five-story structure to house the
Government.r These projects are unique for two reasons.First,all of
home office of the Winston Mutual Insurance
are sponsored by local Negro leadership and financed
by Negro and white financial Institutions. Second, and
In Durham, the Negro-owned North Carolina Mutual Insurance somewhat surprising, is the sheer number of these pro-
SUBSCRIPTION ORDER Company's home office was built in the Hayti- jects. It is also interesting to note that it is the Southeast
I I Elizabeth Street Urban Renewal area.The building,which where this concentration of non-white enterprise is to be
\\icmi Times
has received national recognition, cost over $5,000,000.An found.
I 6530 NW 15th Avenue lil additional 14-acre tract of land in the same urban renewal

Miami, Florida 331/17 l j area will l be acquired by the Chain Investment Coma -
The As a result of these successful endeavors,the HUD Re-
pany which is composed of displaced businessmen.
I gional office has been asked to work with many other
tract will be developed as a shopping center.
Enclosed please find the sum of $5.00 \ \ areas inside and outside the southeast to develop similar
j a projects. In each case HUD's Renewal Assistance Administration
to cover the cost of a one year subscriptionto -
In Tampa, one of the first sales of Riverfront Urban has worked closely with the developers.Regional
the Miami Times. Renewal property -- for $90,000 -- was made last Jan- office officials have encouraged non-whites to invest in

I uary to Central Life Insurance Company, one of two Ne- their communities and to take advantage of the business
Mall Paper To gro-owned insurance companies in Florida. Edward D. opportunities that urban renewal affords. And, in many

I Add,... Davis, company president, has built a three-story brick parts of the South, they are doing just that.

City taf. JCIp Cod. .

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6 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 11, 1968


JLtI Jieiyitl


. Miami Times Society Editor BY PRISCILLA REDDING

Congratulations to the five Dade high school seniors who ln -
are among 1,500 semifinalists in the fifth National Achieve- Members of the Second Baptist Celestrial Choir request
ment Scholarship Program. The semifinalists were selected your presence at Richmond Jr. High Auditorium, Oct. 20 to
from more than 38,000 seniors in more than 4,500 schools witness a program entitled "Negro Heritage Negro
throughout the country.The Spirituals." This is a second performance.Why? Firstof all,
five are George Rock, a student at Miami Central High there were few viewers, due to inclimate weather, (and we
who wants to become an electrical engineer.Berthine P. Dean, along with persons present feel more should view such a uni-
who wants to become a nurse;and Vernetta M. King, who wantsto que presentation) and second to lend assistance to our church
become a physician, both students at Miami Edison High. building fund. We ask full support from church members and
Rodney D. Young, Miami Killian High, who wants to become a '." .. community members. Adults $1.00 children $.75.
pharmacist. Karen D. Edwards, Notre Dame Academy, who Members" the Miami Killian Sr. High concert choral are
wants to become a mathematician. The five are among 33 sponsoring a program entitled "Sounds of 68" This program
semifinalists throughout Florida. includes all types of music. Won't you please come out Fridayor
Henry and Jewel Young will christen their second daughter, Saturday evening and make this affair a success. Ticketsare
Michaelle, at Christ Episcopal Church on Sunday. o $.75.
Juanita Curtis celebrated her birthday with a party for f On Thursday night, Oct. 10.The Miami Killian Cougars will
friends at the home of her parents Bill and Clarice Eve of t\\_ face the state champs Coral Gables Cavaliers at the Orange

Opa-locka. Bowl. Make sure you are on the scene to see these two fine
Jackie and Carl Mitchell are kept busy these days settling t, >.' "" ball teams.
down in their new home on 97th Street. .I -, i Mr. and Mrs. Harper of Monroe Street, were happy to wel-
Valvia Solomon, daughter of Mrs.Bessie Greene and grand < come their son Larry home for the weekend. He Is presently
daughter of Mrs. Docia Howell is studying at Ft. Valley State "".. .)' \ I' attending Bethune-Cookman College in Daytona.
1 \
College. ., t Miss Sheila stringer wishes to thank all her wonderful
Mr and Mrs. Simon (Alice)Knowles were > .\. .JrI. ,. friends for making her 17th birthday an occasion to remember.
busy entertaining their son, Sidney and his (
wife, during their brief stay ( 3 days) in Mi -.----. 1M--- -. .:

ami. AK2 Sidney R. Knowles is assigned to Gables Teacher Resigns To Accept
the U. S. S. Independence.A .

playmate for Theodore Harrell, Jr. Position With Procter and GambleRuby
came Monday, Sept. 30 when Keith Avalon,
an 8 lb. boy,was born to Mr.and Mrs. Theo- Pierce, teacher in the Business Education Departmentat
dore R. Harrell Sr. (Leotha). ji Coral Gables Senior High, has accepted a position in the

. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Francis (Clemen, Market Research Department of The Procter and Gamble Co.
tine) are the proud parents of a baby girl, Her acceptance came as a result ota prevous interview witha
Sandra Alicia, born Oct. 4, weighing in at 6 Sidney company official in Atlanta. As a specialist in this area of M
Ibs. 4 oz. Francis' now have two girls and one boy. work, she will travel 48 of the 50 states, excluding Alaska and
Among; those to receive commendation scrolls presented to Florida. Ruby will be working directly out of the national home
junior residents by the Dade County Youth Advisory Board office in Cincinnati, Ohio. Her appointment at the age of 22
during the Metro Commission meeting Oct. 15, at the Court- is most significant and promising to the future of her career.
house are: Anthony Anderson,Carver:! Junior High; Willie!Ber- She is the daughter of Mrs. Ruth Williams.
nard Edwards, Drew Elementary;and Daniel Gaines,Richmond We are proud of Ruby as she makes a breakthrough In The Z
Elementary. These scrolls are presented in an effort to recog- Market Research Department of The Procter and Gamble Co.
nize youngsters whose everyday lives area reflection of little

acts of kindness, good sportsmanship, humility, leadership,
bravery or other exemplary traits. Phi Delta Kappa To


Alpha Delta Chapter of structed Primary School C,
K. D. Reddick of New York in to visit his bro
was our city
the National Sorority of Phi NW 8th Ave and 67th St., at 8
ther James who is a patient at South Miami Hospital. its
Delta Kappa will present
Annell Franklin and of Manhattan the p.m.This
daughter, Lynn are
Annual Teach-A-Rama Mon year's Teach-A-Rama
houseguests of Mrs. Ruby M. Reddick. Annell James' day, Oct. 21, in the newly con- promises to be one of out-
(Ruby's hubby) sister. standing quality in the form of I
Airman First Class Phillip Johnson Jetted in from White- ,
a workshop study utilizing high S
man Air Force Base Missouri and his sister Elaine Poole
; r.
<1 level personnel in the field of
came in from New York to be at the bedside of their mother, : {
education; such as, Mr. Frederick
Mrs. Bertha Johnson, a patient In Jackson. Pittman, nationally
Here from Key West to visit Tinker and her family were known for the incipient physical -
Gaynell Whims, Jim and Lee Stallings, and Mr. and Mrs. fitness program Dorsey STYLED BY
Charles the of Julius Liberty Square
Sumner. They were houseguests Mrs. Junior High; Mr.Clifford Mat
Jones. Mr. andMrs. Fernley Taylor hosted a family dinner for thews, newly appointed assis-

the group. tant supervisor of the North-
Many clubs are busily engaged In their first fall meetings: west District; Miss Mary
Urban League Guild met at Roosevelt L on Saturday. Ann
Henry, guidance counselor at
Packard is president.Ruth .
Miami Northwestern Sr. High
North Polite hosted the Cwest Club at Toby's on Tues-
School, and Mrs. Myrtle C.
day. Highlight,., of the meeting was a display the Club's Art Bullard, teacher at Primary
Exhibit that at the distinction winning two first places, state '<>
School C. The overall theme Knit-picking?
and national meets of the Federated Clubs. .
: for the Teach-A-Rama Is
Parents and friends of Girl Scouts of the Episcopal Churchof Pick this knit.

The Incarnation witnessed Fly-Up Ceremonies of a Brownie, ". '. { Preparing Todays Youth"forTomorrow's Note the fastidious
Avril Anderson, Juniors to Cadettes and an Investiture for Ca- _.'_ Opportunity.
.n. Marjorie Rhodes is Basi- A-Line. The fussy
dettes. Audrey Taylor is the Leader of Brownie Troop 730; t ,
Cynthia Garrison is the leader of Junior Troop 576 and REGIONAL DIRECTOR leus. \& bold brass-ball
Marietta Bullard is the leader of Cadette Troop 714. Blovena blazer buttons.
Higgs is the assistant leader of Troop 730. We congratulatethese APPOINTEDMrs. A NOTE OF THANKSI The
young women for the wonderful contribution they are Bettye Timmons, of discriminating
making to our community. A Girl Scout Leader is a very im- Alpha Gamma Chapter, Eta Mary Louise Thomas, double-breasted front.

portant person! Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., was would like to thank my many Then try and decide between
the cheerful and enthusiastic relatives and friends for all
Among thirty-eight persons recently appointed regional
their gifts and cards given me coral and yellow. Sizes 5 and up.
who enjoyed the air-conditioned bus tour to New Orleans on director of the South East Re-
September 14 were Lillian Balliou, Erma Henderson and two gion, during the recent Boule for my birthday.It $16, a rather persnickety price.
was truly one of the best
members from JESCA Senior Center. of the Sorority that was held
Tuesday, October 8, was the Third National Annual WICS in New Orleans, Louisiana.Mrs. birthdays that have every experienced -
Day. Here In Miami WICS celebrated with "A Report to the Timmons is a native thanks to you.
Community," at Temple Israel of Greater Miami. Honorary Miamian and is presently em- Space would not allow my naming The Women's Day Committee of
chairman of the day was Mrs.ChuckJackie)Hall. Mayor Hall ployed as a counselor at all of you, but neverthe- St. Luke Missionary Baptist ChurchIs
read the proclamation. It was most enl1l.hteningtohear; grad- Brownsville Junior High less, you know who you are. Sponsoring:
Again thanks from the bottom
uates of the Job C orps tell their rich and varied experi School. LORY'S FASHIONS
ences. Six girls were sworn In at the program.Mrs. of my heart. 6112 NW 7th Avenue, Edison Centerat

Marie Carl, Executive Director EOPL, was the featured Bonded Rental Agency, 4150 NW 7th Ave.

speaker. Her subject "Channels for Future", the audiencewas Sad news from Jacksonville,Fred Martin and Marie Daniels' OCTOBER 13, 1968 3 to 6 p.m.
held spellbound. Thank you, Mrs.Carl,for your excellenttalk father died in Jacksonville. Donation $1.00Ry.. P. W. Williams, Pastor
and the sincere way in which you deliver it. I know your
message has made a deep Impression upon our consciences. CIRCLE YOUR CALENDARS
To those of you who missed the report or might not be familiar
with the work of WICS, the report given by the Project Direc-' Friday, October 11. Monthly meeting Disabled American RO I
tor, Mrs, Herman Roudenbush, is printed below. Veterans Auxiliary 8 p.m. Primary "C" .
Among those present at Temple Israel for National WICS Sunday, October 13, Episcopal Church of The Incarnation
Day were Alice Hall, Kathleen Cooper, Essie SUva, Cornelia 12th Annual States' Tea Fashion Show, 757 NW 66th Street, )
Glenn, Mamie Williams, Flora Earles, Marie Price, Lillle 4:30 p.m. hoRj'sr! I L aLORY'S )\
Williams, Olivia Harmon, Ann Coleman, Mattie Barkley, Katherine Monday, October 14 Ixora Girl Scout Neighborhood Asso
Ross and Florence Allen. ciation. All registered adults are urged to attend. Primary
Get well wishes to: June Tew at Mercy; Arthurine Chavis; "C" at 7:30 p.m. FASHION SHOPS . EVERYWHERE!
Bertha Johnson at Jackson; Robert Jackson at Veterans; Ma- Sunday, October 13, Rlnkeydinks' Annual Columbus Day Tea rr. UUOtMOAlt MIAMI.' NORTH MIMI. CORAL *IUS "IAlIAH *.
jor Lewis and Annie Rutherford Palm Sprtgs'Raphu Wil- at the home of Flossie Hawkins. Benefit of their Community POMPANO WEST PALM LEACH MIIIOU NI FT TIERCE

liams at Christian. Betterment Fund. .

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TIMES, Friday, October 11, 1$68 7

I B-CC Graduate Heads Atlanta Seminary II

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4, ,; 'iL A BethuneCookman terdenominatlonal Theological in mission schools, clinics, degree from Northwestern .
A 1 College graduate' was named Center (ITC), was named pastoral Institutes and leadership University In Evanston, Illinois ':I
i1.iJ J fr ..... President of an Atlanta Theological -. president by the board of trus- training 'schools, and In 1965. '
"' .. ., ,'
4. this week.
.. ,. r, ... , Seminary tees. has been visiting professor of
"' < Dr. Oswald P. Bronson who leadership and dy-
group "
X s w was Vice President of the ta- He succeeds Dr. Harry V. namics at Candler School of
Richardson, who has retired
Theology at Emory University. -
and was named president em-
eritus.Dr. .
THE LITTLE RED BOOK: Dunbar elementary appears to The new ITC president is a
have something "going" for them at the school each week. In Bronson joined the ITC native of Sanford, Fla. He received \

an effort. to."forget... the. dead and remember the living" in 1964 as director of field his B. S. degree from
prominent citizen-or-sorts is Invited to education and assistant pro- Bethune-Cookman College In ,.
speak to teachers and students weekly, on a fessor of Christian education Daytona Beach, In 1950and, i
humanities program as an incentive to keep He was named vice presidentin his B. D. Degree (summa cum t
them abreast of these turbulent and blistering 1966. Before coming to ITC laude) from Gammon Theological : '
times. These purveyors of thissa-and- he held Methodist pastorates Seminary, one of the .
thatta are usually backlogged with degrees, in Florida, Georgia and Illi four schools which composethe .$. 'I
pedigrees and job knowledge that ably qualify ITC In 1959. (

them for their ( sk. it's one sue. way of nols.He has lectured and taught He was awarded his Ph. D Mr. and Mrs. Riley Trotter ,
getting the kiddies and adults, alike,at Dun- announce the wedding of their
bar to "meet the people" who help make up South Dade Blvd. and late this month will daughter Jessie M. to Mr.

_Our L __Town's'- . leadership.__ . Recent speakers ataL open a new music center on Eddie L. Bell Jr. on Saturday
irincipai Nelson Adams' educational center were Fireman NewsCathy the South Dixie Highway near Oct. 19, at 5 p.m. Receptiona I
Floyd Jordan, accompanied by Fire Chief Wilks; waste department Suniland Shopping Center. 3142 NW 58th St. Miami.
supervisor Clarence Patterson and county commis- ., ..- Ingraham daughter of
sioner Earl Carroll all Blacks excepting Chief Wilks Sche- Mrs. Mary L. Doster and Rev. and Mrs. Ingraham and a
duled for this week is Lois Holmes who will be followed by Mr. Willard E.Wake announcethe 1968 graduate of Miami Killian

others of her ilk Mary Woods and Cupidine Dean co-chaired engagement of their High School, was one of 25 stu-
the Oct 3 program. They should be mighty grateful at Dunbar daughter Barbara Alyce, to dents of South Dade to win a
for this latest of Adams' many innovations Mr. Lester Ruthland, Jr. son scholarship at the Universityof a r
of Mr. Lester Ruthland, Sr. Miami.
Miss Wake is of
a graduate
Cathy, a brilliant student
Miami Northwestern Senior
NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Dining at Toby's: Dr Howard and High and Central State Uni- also won a $300 prize fromthe

I Lorraine Hadley; Ruth North-Polite; the Lawrence Higgs'and versity in> Withertorce, Ohio Masonic Lodge. She won sec- IH
daughter; Nellie Moore; City court clerk Herb Munnings; the Both are employed in the ond prize.
Carl (Wilhelmina) Rhettas; Gladys (Flournoy) Lynch and 3 Paterson, N.J. School system. There were five other girls erg _
from Florida who entered the
kiddies; Blanche Dean;; Genevieve Bynoe;KiKi Bar's co-owner A December wedding is ,
James (Peter) Gunn; Charles C. North; Rev and Mrs Jarlus planned. essay contest. Cathy was theonly
(Pauline) Dunn of Drake Memorial; Charles and Ida Ratcliffe girl from Richmond 4
(Charles Joshing this reporter; Ida smiling sweetly while taking Heights along with another
our side)John Herise and a looker; BettyeG. Timmons; Gladys contestant from Perrine to win
Robinson; Eddie Daniels. the contest.
Sheral Alluana Hall, also a
graduate of Miami Killian High Mr. and Mrs. Elbert/ (Jonell) Bazzell, 6522 NW 14th

SALT WATER TAFFY: A segment of Jamaican Hilda Be- I School, left our fair city for Court will celebrate their silver wedding anniversary/ on
deau's family (mother, daughter and 2 female grands) planedout II Kansas City Monday. She win Saturday, October 12. The couple was married; in 1943 I I
last Friday for Grenada, BWI via Pan-Am after three I attend the Kansas Medical by the late Rev. W. 0. Bartley in the Ebenezer Methodist ,
months of house-guesting here . The island colony of the I School of Nursing in Kansas ; Church parsonage on NW nth Street and 3rd Ave.
Bahamas finally got approval from Great Britian, the draft ofa City.
new constitution which would grant internal selfgovernment. William Thomas Pratt, son
The constitution was produced after week of touch negotiations of Mr. and Mrs.Maxwell Mon- i
in London between Britian and Bahamian govern- cur of Goulds, was chosen to Madam Ann \tl
ment and opposition delegates. After parlimentary ratifica ..:. J;.: '., ;. receive a scholarship to the
tion the constitution is expected to go into operation early next > i-' .'1 }"'H;: \"' University of Miami. He is a Spiritual Reader and AdvisorAre
year. ) : , : :: t- 1968 graduate of South Dade you facing difficult problems? Poor Health?
._,, ,. ; Money or Job Trouble? Drink, Lov. or Family Troubles?
.I 4*. '." .' ,.'.+.:!".- : 'fit. ,,- \:\ Sr. High School Do you wont more happiness"and good fortune '!in. life? i.
< '.' : "- ,t,; While attending South Dade If you have any of these problems or others like them, t
THE WEEK'S WASH: The Floyd Pattersons expecting ? ? ? Ja net t Spraggins is the recipient .: he was president of the Glee dear friend, there Is wonderful news of a remarkable
Former belly dancer Irene Allen's sister Ruby Gibson loading Club and a member of the new way of help. Also your lucky days and lucky I
her of a $500 scholarship nurnl See Madam Ann today.$5 reading, 13 with Ad.
grocery cart with Opa-locka's Winn-Dixie goodies . A rs.
Drama Club.He plans to majorin
from the Eta Phi Beta )
Parkinson dinner will honor Duke
Ellington on October 30 . sociology.
Was Albertha Johnson's illness tabbed for a leg amputationin Inc., awarded during their Phone: 691-9583 9751 N. W. 27th Avenue
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1968 Boule held in New Orleans -
Jackson Memorial Monday ayem ? ? ? Black apartment- MIAMI. FLORIDA
hunters seeking residence in plush Biscayne 21 Apts on-the- La., August 9-16. She REGISTER NOW AT: I
is one of the 18 recipients of
bay -- the home of Cong. Claude Pepper and Alan(WIOD)

Courtney among other notables. scholarships$200 to $2,000.ranging Janett is from the LITTLE FOLKS THANKS -- BROTHERS!!

daughter of Mrs.Sallle Sprag PLAY SCHOOL
and 1968 of CLEAN
gins a graduate
MY BACK: Arlington Sands' daughter Mrs Theo
dore (Leotha) Harrell gifted him with another grandson(her Miami Northwestern Senior 3290 NW 45th Strttt BREAK

second) -- tagged Keith--born September 30. . Lillian Eve- High. She is now attending 635-5283 or 693.4583'Hot
Sawyer continues to be ill. Mending at home of her niece Mrs Miami Dade Junior Collegeand INMUSfttNA
David W. (Millicent ) Wilson. . Gwendolyn Lowery, wife of upon completion of the two lunches
term will further her
Miami Police Recruit Walter Calloway, left town Sept 30 for year Certified personnel
undergraduate work at another
Port Saint Joe to attend her ailing dad Bradford Lowery, bed- institution. (TF) BAR
ded there . After 27 days bedded in Cedars of Lebanon,
Juanita Butler-Hooks mending at home. ----- - - - -vw-- - 500 NW 54th St.PRINCESS .

Needles & Accessories .Jif

STUFF AND SUCH: Willie and Laura Graham spent last ( Stereo Tapes & Players A
weekend in Bunnell with relatives The Oral(MarIan Pin-

der) Allen Sr's son expecting a little playmate. . Drs Joseph Johnson's T.V.
Peltier and Samuel Johnson, the pill dispensers,on an expansion Buy 10 Get 2 ,
spree. The Economy Drugs (Nos 1 & 2 and Community Records "r I
Drugs) bosses recently annexed the Economy Fish and Poul- & RecordsFree

try Mid to their Economy chain . Dr Irene G. Pratt okay
after eye surgery . The Alonzo(Eliza) Kellys celebrated 6964 NW 15th AVENUE 696-0342 ::

their 60th Sept 29. Color T.V. & Stereo Service I

SWEETS TREATS: National Education Association (NEA)
supports voting at age 18. Their argument: "Old enough to'
fight old enough to vote" . Democratic candidate for the CARLOTTA CLYDE KILUMS
state legislature Joseph Lang Kershaw setting up campaign r I Dallas of Cette Rosette "Tfc Glaii"HURRICANE
headquarters for his Nov. 5 battle with his Republican oppon-
ent. Headquarters located at 4 COS NW Seventh Avenue. . John e4dexalcN4 BOYS
Herise scheduled to open Park Lane Cafeteria branch at 2155
Present Their
SW 22nd Street at Coral Way (operating as manager) MondayOct


CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS:Detective Daniel(Muscle Man) and SHOW
Bailey and his lovely wife Carolyn are City of Miami police Produced by
department's second man and wife team in service among the TRANSISTORFREE DALLAS CETTE ROSETTE
blacks. The other is Howard and Tnelma Lewis. Thelma's ,a
secretary . Carolyn's a cop 111 Young Dr Howard HadleyJr
the med, to Fort Sam Houston, Texas for four weeks of October 31, '1968
Vietnam . Brownsville,junior high's Bettye Jayne Gaitor PRESENTATIONCall S&lADVANCE ize SttAT
Timmons now regional director for the Southeast District of 6251261VISIT 9S p. "

Eta Phi Beta of which Julia Tynes isbasileus .'. The Arthur $2.50 DOOR $3.00_ I
(Phyllis Peterson) Macks celebrat &their 1st In Augusta, Ga.. OUR T."
Bert she's Claudia Jenkins) 4EAUTIFUL SHOW ROOMSABBEY0OMESTIC Tickets on sale at Cette Rosette, 6131 NW 7th Ave
. The Lawrence ( ) Coopers ( CENTERS, INC.
celebrate their 28th Oct 10 -- which, incidentally,is Mrs C's 15982 NW 27th Avenue (Th. 27>h Au"". Sh.pplnt C.n',) the Sir John Hotel and Bond Box Barber Shop.THEMIAMI .

(? ? 1)) birthday.

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8 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 11, 1968 _

Ford Grant To Black

I Orchestral' Plate' I

The Symphony "It is hoped that the estab- help serve as an inspiration
of this string ensemble to young Negroes who
of the New World of New lishment might I
York City has received grantof I as part of the Symphony want to pursue careers as
will serious_musicians.
from the Ford of the New. World
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.111 Foundation to increase its :---- I.' :
training of talented black orchestral i; :M"I'AMI; : HELD OVER

players,it was an- I l .',." 2nd BIG WEEK
nounced today. The orchestra I I )I tv,: , 10:50
to j 1:30: AND :
is composed of up I
40 already per cent nonwhite members.I', -:N.W::1 t: Wi,..,. _..,!SI. _. ____

The grant, which Is for two
years, will be used to create a
string ensemble of eight young Slctqea
WALTERS PRESENTS musicians, most of whom will
be Negroes.The ensemble will
train with the orchestra and Pokier
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give concerts in schools,
FOUR STARATTRACTION mainly in areas with large
black populations. laughing and loving in the new romantic comedy.
"Although Negroes 4 bR
-{,; long been prominent in Jazz,
4 popular, and vocal music,
there are too few examples of
* * * * * * * * ** their participation in the symphony -
orchestra, and particularly -
B B in the stringed sec-
The LittleGroovers/
tions," said W.McNeil Lowry,
I Foundation vice president for
the Humanities and the Arts.
"A practical reason for this .
is that the Negro youngster is s eIr
usually not able to acquire the
expensive early training
I the years of practice in ade- d t e .
A 1'' 'ti; quate space at home, that are
r necessary to produce a first-
kI' rate string player. Yet the 'y ++yI
Symphony of the New World
The I has managed to assemble an a
orchestra that is heavily non- I
white and has placed several
= members in other orchestras
CupCakes I I anxious. for black representation. # ,r

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The :Monday, Oct. 14 Tuesday,
Oct. 15, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. ,
Grand Avenue and Douglas Rd.
,.', -4 Affections (Coconut Grve). ghlNCOLN BRIDGES, MARTIN PETERS "
Wednesday, Oct. 16 Fri- starr as"IVY" ;
day, Oct. 18,'7:30: a.m. to4:30:
I THE REfLECTIONS p.m. NW 22nd Avenue and 72 Extra Added Attraction I
Street. (James E. Scott pro- L LEE MARVIN In "SGT. RYKER"
! ject).

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MIAMI TIMES Friday, October 11, 1968 9

t'a 7,000 To Be Trained Under Record :

0V % $9.1 Million Urban League Contract

WASHINGTON.-Sec- in California with 1,250
retary of Labor Willard Wirtz trainees and $1.5 million The I
By DAVE BONDU has announced approval of a affiliates are in Los Angeles,

_____ _ $9.1 million contract with the 550 trainees, $691,430; San
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1 I\ National Urban League,the Francisco, 400, $502,850;
Our City Manager, M. L. Reese, Is said to be Incompetent. largest single contract in Oakland, 200, $251,430and
This I do not believe. Mr. Reese has been our City Managerfor the six year history of the San Bernadlno, 100, $125,718.
a period of 8 1/2 years, and has held this job longer thanany Manpower Development and
other man in the h i s t o r y of the City He has done a mar- Training Act. New York State also has four
velous job, but all of a sudden he is called incompetent. Hell, Urban League cities with a i
if he was incompetent, he wouldbavebeengone long time ago. The onthe job training total of 950 trainees and $1-
He has outlasted a few commissioners and a Mayor, and I am contract will provide for the 194,286 in funds. The cities i
sorry to see one our commissioners resort to an attock on Mr. training of 7,000hard-core are Buffalo. 350 trainees,
Reese. If there was a problem in the budget, then it is up to disadvantaged in 26 cities. $439,999; NewYorkCity, 200,
the Mayor and Commissioners to iron the problem out. Thatis Urban League Director $251,429; Rochester, 200, 1
what they are there for. To be called incompetent becauseone Whitney M. Young, Jr and $251,429; and Westchester, 4
problem came up and saying that "to err is not human" Secretary Wirtz signed the 200, $251,429.In .
(if there was an error) is not right. It is up to the Com- record agreement. 1
missioners to clear the air and the credit for all the S
give man The Labor Secretary expressed addition to the on-the-Job wf
hard work he has done and all of the "competence" he has confidence that "the
training programs, the Urban
shown in the past eight years. If people were called incompetent Urban League would continuein League has been active in Ap-
for every error that was made,we would all be incompetent its successful efforts toY prenticeship Outreach programs
because we are all fallible. Mel Reese, in m place the disadvantaged job- in 11 cities, assisting
opinion,has done a lot for our city.He has worked for the white, less into worthwhile and per- young unprepared Negro men
black, Cuban, and every phase of our community,never seek- manent jobs. for apprenticeship examina-
ing any glory for what he has done, just doing his job as he tions in four-week "cram"
sees it should be done.This is all anyone can ask from a public "The Urban League has courses. The AFL-CIO build-
servant.. to do all he can, the best way he can, in the best proven to be one of the most ing and construction trades
way he knows how. He stands up for his beliefs and his people, productive organizations in councils in these cities are assisting -
and I say a mm who speaks his mind and tries to do his job reaching those disadvantaged the Urban League in RECORD CONTRACT Whitney M. Young, Jr.,
does not deserve this kind of treatment. He deserves to be individuals who will benefit this effort. More than 100 men executive director of the National Urban Leagueleft

backed by and helped by every citizen in this community that most from job training and have been placed by the Leaguein ( ), and Labor Secretary Willard Wirtz sign a
he loves so much. Nuff said. placement programs," Wirtz apprenticeship programs to $9.1 million contract under which 7,000 of the

PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Dee Dee Lawrence (Lory's) said. date hard-core disadvantaged will receive on-the-lob

PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Eric Knight "More than training in 26 cities. The contract with the Urban
VIP OF THE WEEK: Gordon Johnson (Model Cities Director) 18,000 joblessor
underemployed persons League is the largest single contract in the six-
MOTHER Bank) OF THE WEEK: Elsie Simmons (Lincoln National have been placed in jobs to date IT PAYS TOADVERTISE year history of the Manpower Development and

through Urban League Act. More than 1 million and
pro- Training men women
WGBS, one of the South Florida areas most listened to radio "
grams, he added. have received I skill under MDTA since
station sponsored its first annual pro-am golf tournament.That training
is fine. They presented this tournament for the Boys August 1961.B.0.RDI.
The Urban League has been
Clubs of Miami, with Jackie Gleason, Babe Hart, Chick Her-
given 75 contracts in the past
bert and others making the pitch.Sure it is a worth-while cause
four years to train more than
but from listenting to the announcements overWGBS, they're
almost sure that there would be no Negro players in this "Lilly 22,000 persons in 45 cities. : : //J ''S'Y
white" tournament because the entry fee for professionals was
Mr. Young said that "the
$20 and for amateurs That not
$150. price only assures them new contract will assure many'
that black boys would not play, but a lot of the white boys who more minority citizens in this
cannot afford that price. Maybe Sammy Davis, Jr., Billy Ec- country the economic means
stein, George Kirby, or Sidney could, but they don't live in for fuller participation in the
Miami. In opinion the should and the ,
my pros pay $150 ama- actuality of the American,' I
teurs $20. The make that kind of .
pros money. Of course, to a dream." r n
man like Mr. Gleason $150 it's like,15$,and he does not realize
now many pork chops $150 will buy. That is enough money to "Such confidence between

feed all of those hungry kids that Butterball WAME has been public and private agencies
scuffling for the past few months.Golf is a part of my life andI means not only jobs but en- *4 ; t

will do anything I can to help anybody, but $150 for two daysof hances the leader ship and motivation .t \ \ ',
golf is ridiculous. Hell would freeze over 150 times before in Black communities
;' they get me out there for that kind of money...1 don't have it nation-wide. The, true spirit 1

anyway. I am sure that you can see that WGBS and its officials partnership manifest
..;. are really making sure we don't play. They must remember here today," he said.
: though that "dimes make dollars"and many of these organiza-
tions who. ask for contributions throughout the year, make it The new contract calls for
on the "small change" of the more than one million poor, training slots requiring any-
working people who live here. where from 4 to 52 weeks of \

QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Eugene Clapp, teacher at on-the-job instruction. Prac-
Dorse,Junior High,donated his 1959, impala to the Browns- tically all types of semiskilled -

,isle EOPI .. .EOPI War Chief, Marie Carl; CEP Director and skilled occupations
James Jackson; Model Cities Director, Gordon Johnson, and available in a big city will be i R3' P I

Urban League Chief, Willard T. Fair, are putting all effortsin developed for6,580joblesspersons
getting one of the most successful Model Cities programs in who need their skills
the USA into shape..Dr. Davis is steadily improving at upgraded to earn a decent

Cedars of Labanon Hospital..Clyde-Killens, all hepped up wage.
about his 9th annual Hurrica --Halloween-Ball-the Knight-
Beat Thursday niteOct31stAdvance tickets at Band Box The Labor Department con-
Barber Shop, Cette-Rosette, on 7th Avenue and 62nd Street tract earmarks $8.8 million i
Sir John Hotel. Plans for the Miami North-South golf tourna- for distribution through sub-

ment are in progress. Dates for 1969 are February 18-22... contracts tq Urban League affiliates .
; Our Dolphins won against Houston last week and we are very in the 26 cities, with )
the balance of i
willsteala football from $331,799 being
proud of them.That Willie West any- i
body)! Watch out kids, when you see him coming, hold on to retained by the National Urban

:., your football. ..They are play Ing the Buffalo Bills at the Orange League administration $

'.. Bowl Saturday the 12th..... Special play school and preschool of the program over an 18- I &
programs for children are being conducted at 11 municipal month period. y 1
parks by the recreation division of the Miami Parks +
The largest trainee and dollar N QSI
Department at Dixie Elizabeth Virrick, Manor, Moore, and
.';. amount has been allocatedto I
Lynwood Parks. Play School is free and Includes rhythms, J
affiliates w
four Urban
art, basic crafts, field trios reading and swimming lessons. io ,
Classes start October 14 and continues through May 23. The
registration for four& five year olds is Oct. 10 andll from 9- WEAR IT NATURAL or

noon in the parks.Pre-school classes are open to children who COMB IT STRAIGHTDry
will be five years old on or before Jan. 1, and classes are looking dull,
from 9-noon daily.The program cost is $40 and can be paid in r kinky In hair weand 1001(1'*.when live
installments. Call 445-4459 or 4450 if you are interested.... yIi.r apply: dab of
Johnnie Johnson and Milton Campbell left for New York yes- , HAIR IRESSING r I
of the Ted Mack Amateur Hour. They were ,POMADE.Add ipar-
terday for taping ,4, kling highlight' .Never
the winners of the Stars Over Miami Show this summer. John- sticky or greaiy.
nie will be seen Oct. 20 and Milton on Oct. 27..That's It for Straight manage hair hard-to.become !.
softer, ttlkltr and
this time Till the next one, LIVE LIFE EVERY GOLDEN hold that iuat' 269
combed look al day. j
MINUTE OF IT. PEACE! : A favorite for more )
Dear Mr. Bondu than 40 :yean. FAMOUS MAKE PETTIPANTS, reg. $4.
We need your assistance before our streets become. MURRAY'SHAIR
a "graveyard" for abandoned cars. DRESSING Feminine pettipants: The ideal answer for your .

In the block between fifth and sixth avenues on N.W. 44th POMADE swingyskirts. Nylon tricot with nylon lace trims

Street there are three abandoned cars standing in front of irritants.Contain It'nn add.alkalle or way other to hank food and appliques. Fashion colors in group.M'lsses.. '
the owners' home with the 1967 licensed plates on them and grooming. On b'Ir'il drop and cosmetic .
counter*. TrIal *!*.25e-Economy .I i
have been there since the 1967 licenses expired, i despite the doe BOe. Get MURRAY'S today. .- :
fact that the Miami police Department has been patrolling this MURRAY'S SUPERIOR PRODUCTS CO.. daywear lingerie, at all 7 Burdine's stores. ;
area. concerned Homeowners of JNW 44th Street I 456 Charlotte Ave., Detroit, Michigan 48201 .rh".W."Nh"k"i'JI.'itl. I I

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10 THE MIAMI I TIMES' Friday i October 11 1968 . . . . . . ...I 2..I
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Jr.'J.' FocusBy


By Garth C. Reeves,
S Freshmen were welcome this year at Northwestern along
t with nineteen new faculty members. The freshmen are from
I would like to congratulate the young women and young men the overcrowded Drew Jr. High.
I of Charles R. Drew Jr. High School, who appeared on last Sandra Miles first attendant to Miss Northwestern, was
week's "Saturday Hop." It was the best showing of gentlemanly second runnerup In the) Miss Youth News Pageant held at

attitudes and ladylike manners Bayfront Part, September 30, 1968. ,
Fd seen in a long time.This extreme Solo Twirler and Head Majorette for the year 68-69 are Jackie|

1 y intelligent group reminded x Rozier and Gale Watson, respectively.
the viewers how enjoy- Because of the rising cost of publication of the yearbook and

able this program once was and because we need to economize we find it necessary to discontinue .

opened way to a competitive desire i r ,y'a our policy of printing names of patrons in the book, instead .
to keep the good ball rolling. 3 w we plan to mimeograph a list of Patrons" and send it

This will make it possible for the advertising section to
Little girls with a lot of talent
of our community.
are beginning to breed here In reflect patronage
<> '" co-operate with your plan and be a patron or purchase .
latest born star Is L. Please
Miami. Our
of the 1968-69 Senior class of
siwjj4 : an ad from any member
little Della Humphrey, a fifteen .
year old student at Miami Edi- / Miami Northwestern.
Bulls will against the Hialeah Throughbredsat
Tonight the go
son Jr.High School.Della's first
.3 Stadium. In our first game of the season, Northwestern .
release, "Don't Make the Good Girls Go Bad" our 45 of the Hialeah
Central High with the score 6-0.Last Thurs-
week is presently topping our local polls. Good luck Della. AJf stopped
; unsuccessful
: : an meaningful attempt at
* * * *v* * * mo4r\ day the Bulls played
with the Carol City Chiefs. The score was 15-6
,. a victory
Cliff Nobles and Co. along with Brenda and the Tabulationsand > -
Theodore Bennet was one of The Miami
Northwestern Tackle
a host of other stars, performed to a rather skimpy au-
dience at Saturday night's show at the Miami Stadium. The halt Sod Si&frvoI Ike Wed Herald's "Players of the Week..

In week-end rain was In vain.There was just something betterto

do. * * * * * * Teachers
Our soul sister of the week is very attractive Evelyn ACiD Says

Sammie Roberts, pretty Miami Central senior, threw a Holllngshed, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Holling-
swinging sweet sixteen birthday party last week at her Lake- shed of 2301 NW 50th Street. Evelyn is a senior at Mi- I
shore home. The attire was semi-formal and some of the love- ami Northwestern where she is a member of the B. F. In
lies on hand were Leola Alford, Di'Ann Bowen, Pat Campbell Kim Club. Her hobbies are reading, cooking and soft- I Free To Engage
and Vera Pace. ball. She would like to be a professional model.

AT THE SPORTS SCENE: Political ActivityA
This past week Miami High stuck to their usual performanceand

lost to Palmetto by a score of 6-0; Jackson lost their first
game of the year when Hialeah downed them 12-2; Another first North Dade Junior Plans teacher should be entitledto join unions of their own choosing -
game loser was Miami Northwestern who lost to Carol City engage in political activityand and to go on strike to

15-6; and last but not least, the Miami Central Rockets won to dress and act as he dramatize their demands.
their first game of the year when they spanked Curley 14-0. Vocational Guidance WeekThe pleases outside the class- Any student whose principles

* * .*S.**** * * .r room, as long as his profes- lead him to refuse to
For the Information of all these wondering who was that Guidance Staff of'North employed in the Miami s l sional performance is not af- participate In a salute to the

pretty girl in gold struting out in front of the Miami North- Dade Junior High busily engage area. Include among those> fected, the American Civil flag or an oath of allegiance
western Marching 100, It was dainty Jacqueline Rozier, the In completing plans for communit agencies participating Liberties Union said in a should be exempt from such
newly selected solo twirler for the year 68-69. Chosen head Vocational Guidance Week. In the Vocational Guid, policy statement. rituals.
majorette for the Bulls was lovely Gall Watson. The week of October 20-26, ance Week planning are: Sears i The statement Is entitled The s c h o o 1's professionalstaff
* * * * 1968, will be time for pupil (Biscayne Store and Northsid
45 OF THE WEEK: "Don't Make the Good Girls Go Bad" by discussion groups relative to Shopping area), Atlas Metals,, Secondary Schools." It spells lish what should be included in
Della Humphrey: post high school opportunities First Federal Savings and 1 lout In 22 pages the philoso-: the curriculum and when and

ALBUM OF THE WEEK: -Monday Night:at the Village Gate- in service education for Loan, Shifts, Inc., AllegrcCareer > lilies of the ACLU In regard to how It should be taught, free
by Herbie Mann classroom teachers and and Finishing School, the rights of students and from dictation by community
classroom centered activities and Burdine's. Further pupil-, teachers on the high schoolI groups or individuals.
Answers to last week's soul test were: Involving the national theme, participation will be I level.In Content of a student publi-

F, D, A, S, C, E, H, O, N, G, J, T, R, B, P, L, Q, M, I, K. "Be Ready for Tomorrow: through school sponsored con a key guideline, the cation should be determined
Get Guidance Today.. test--Art and Essay.Highlighting pamphlet says: the student editorial board.
(NEGRO H TORY) the week's> "As long as a student's ap- The pamphlet defends the
Plans are In the making fora activities will be a guesl t pearance does not,in fact,disrupt policies on the basis of Bill of
1. Charles Drew a. Railroad Signal "Kick-off' Tea to begin the speaker, Dr. Robert Allen-> the educational process, Rights amendments to the
b. Nobel Peace Prize activities for the week. The Dean ot the D tv is ion
2. Benjamin C. Davis, of Con- or constitute a threat to safety, Constitution. Further, the
Jr. c. Scientist(peanuts) pupil discussion groups simi- tinuing Education at the Uni- it should be of no concern oft pamphlet: points out, students
i 3. Langston Hughes d. Discoverer o f Chicago lare to the pupil workshops versity of Miami; and a"Meej t t the school." should be trained In the democratic

4. Hattie_McDaniels e. Writer conducted by the department Your Counselor" Night for Other guidelines recom- process by full participation -
5. Katherine Dunham f. Fabulist last year, will prov Ide for parents. mend thatTeachers: in school and common-
___ 6. Geo. Washington g. Discoverer of blood plasma pupils, grades seven throughnine During the week, parents 1 should be free to ity.
Carver h. Negro General to hear representatives are invited, encouraged and,1-
7. Benjamin Banneker 1. First to die In Revolutionary from various work centers expected to support the activities I IRandolph's
8. Crispus Attucks War around the Greater Miami area planned for the development RANDOLPH'S KINDERGARTEN
9. Du Sable j. First Negro to Academy and to hear from former of all pupils. Visit the
10. Richard Wright ward students of North Dade Junior school! Kindergarten Mrs. Thompsonschoolreporter -
and Nursery School held business
Mrs. Dean
; ,
-11. Booker T. k. Abolitionist and poetWash1ngtoo
their first PTA meeting Sun- manager.
Panthers day, Sept 22. Officers were To start the school year off
-12. Frederick Douglas m. Skylake WinThe
Poet elected they are as follows: the four and five year olds had
13. Bunche n.
-14. Phyllis Wheatley o. Founder of Tuskegee Sky Lake Panthers,behind mainder of the game. The defense M r s. Alexander, president; an enjoyable morning, Oct. 2,
-15. Aesop Institute the hard running of Ricky led by Roland Sands, Mrs. Casseaux, vice presi- when the White Baron of Chan
Edwards, won a hard fought Michael Robinson, Morre dent; Mrs. Fuller, secretary; nel 6 visited the school. The
2 points each 13-7 victory over z very good Wells and Reggie Jackson Mrs. Lott, assistant secretary children acan see themselvesat
Liberty City boys club. played an outstanding defensive : ; Mrs. Rump, treasure; 3:30 next week.

SOUL L Q. The Panthers scored on football game. -

their first series of downs as Next Sunday, at 4 p.m. the
100-90 A Solid Soul Brother Moe Billiard ran for 22 yards, Panthers will host a r.ood
89-80 Soul Brother but the play was called back North Dade team at their hNme RESIDENT MANAGERDependable

79-70 A Little Soul -- for a clipping penalty. On the field at 23rd Avenue and bard
Yoy have promise! next play, Ricky Edwards,behind Street.
69-60 Phew] Just made it! great line blocking, ran Willis Jiles is head coachof man or couple for responsible

You have potential soul. 37 yards for a score. the Panthers and J. White- position to take complete charge of rental

59-below Soulless! Liberty City Boys Club head is responsible for the units in area. Wonderful for the
LATER Soulful started a drive on the Panthers team's public relations. opportunity
45 yard line and ended up witha right person or couple.

touchdown scored from the
Thieves Hit/ BTW And Northwestern one by their quarterback. SALARY PLUS LIVING QUARTERS

Getting the ball again the TiUYEL 41/HIII
Two Northwest Section ed In home economics courses ball Call Friday or Saturday
Panthers again moved the
schools have reported thefts valued at $1,600 police said. "Your Neighborhood Trawl
down field with Ricky Ed-
of band Instruments, tools and .9".""" Morning
appliances worth $2,000.At Tools valued at $250 and a wards going 42 yards to score At n.or to you as your
Booker T.Washington Jr. $150 adding machine were again. tea.,... Give us a call. PL 40643Mr.
The Panthers dug in on de- #. dollvor. 1104 NW 3rd
stolen from the Northwestern
1200 NW Sixth I
[ High School fense and held the visiting club Av.. FR 9-8451. Chat. C. Miller
Ave., thieves took instruments Senior High School, 7007 NW to four first downs for the re North, Manager.
and appliances us- 12th Ave., police said.

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 11, 1968 11me

I I EOPI And Urban League To Sponsor Ministers Define Role I

Black Caplalism Workshop Of Black Churches :

Ministers from 15 cities pecially as they relate to the
economic:; Opportunity- party presidential candidates are white.owned. "We don't need more legis- met during the week of Sept. Black communities of the
Program Inc. and the Greater have already declared supportfor Wyche said private industry lotion, but what we do need to 23-27 at the AmericanBaptist 'c I tie s. Lecturers dealt with
Miami Urban League will the "black capitalism" and other federal agencies will a committment by the SBA, Assembly in Green Lake,Wisconsin the "possibilities of Urban
sponsor a workshopconference movement. one hundred seventy- Ministries "Politics of De
be invited future workshops, banking establishments, pri- ,
on black capitalism Oct. "Black capitalism" is gainIng "We must Involve private in- vate business and the com- five Black pastors from the colonization." "Black Man in
14, it was announced this week. supporters.and financial dustry, the banking commun- munity if we are to succeed," fifteen largest cities in the Politics," Federal Programs,
Marie S. Carl, EOPI exe- assistance .. amongwhite ity and others in this effort." Wyche said. United States met in the annual Generation Gap, Poverty,
cutive director and T.Willard businessmen, bankers and seminar of the Ministers Violence in the Life of the
Fair, Urban League executive others, he said. It is also winning Leadership Training Programof nation, and the whole questionof
director, said the conference widespread support the Southern Christian Black Power.
will attempt to promote a fast- among blacks," Wyche said. Leadership Conference of The Dr. Ralph David
growing drive in Dade Countyto Progress has beenslow in which the Dr. Ralph David Abernathy, president of the
promote "black capitalism Dade County," Wyche said. Abernathy is president. Southern Christian Leader
." "We don't expect thepredomi- The Rev. TY. Rogers, Jr., ship Conference described \
"We have become increas- nantely white picture of busi- t V ND graduate of Crozer Theological ministers in attendance as
ingly aware that the federal ness to change radically or Seminary in 1960 and "Prophets of Protest" whose
government has greatly stepped soon, but we, along with the with experience in both urban tast it is to Interpret God's will J
up its programs in this federal government, are and southern pastorates, and make the church relevant
area, and we feel the Dade stepping up our efforts" describes the Ministers Leadership in the life of mordern man.
County community must now Training Program as Rev. Rogers feels that it
address Itself to this prob- "The Urban League and designed redefine the theo- may be necessary for Black
lem," said Paul H. Wyche, EOPI are committed to this logy of the Black Church, pastors to des avow any relation
EOPI Public Affairs Director. effort, and we feel it is most structure positive programs in with organized religionas

The conference will attempt important to get this drive" un- 'i Black Churches, alleviate the it exists in this country at
to help blacks become derway in Dade County. problems in the ghetto and to the present time in order to

owners and operators of plants The Small Business Administration develop the kind of black enable the Christian Church to
and businesses throughout the has recently an- iii pastor who will carry on the re-create the kind of Christian
county," he said. "In other nounced plans for a big ex- work of Dr. Martin Luther community and fellowship
words, we want to make more pansion of its program of loans Nixon-Agnew Endorsement J. Earl Dearing, King Jr. and ultimately"Re which characterized the early
blacks "capitalists," rather to black businessmen. Last an elected csecuting attorney in Louisville, Ky., deem the Soul of America." church. He also announced that

than merely employes." year, the SBA financed about personally gives his endorsement to Republican The major emphasis of the the Ministers Leadership

The workshop will include 2,200 loans to businessmen of Presidential Candidate Richard M, Nixon after workshops and addresseswere Training Program will include
local black businessmen as minority races reaching the conclusion that the election of Nixon urban problems es- tbrity (30)) cities for next year.

well as representatives from "This rate is inadequate and Gov. Spiro T. Agnew will result in solutionstothe
the Small Business Adminis- though," said Wyche. "The '
tration EOPI Urban SBA has set a goal of 10,000 human and economic problems facing cities.
Community Relations loans to black businessmen by
Brownsville Improvement Association -, the end of fiscal year 1969. THANK YOU I CAN BE YOUR OWN MASTER IN THE
Lincoln National and 20,000 loans in fiscal PROFITABLE FIELD OF:
Mrs Laura Smith wishes to
Prayer Band, Pastor's Aid
Bank and The Miami Times. 1970. thank everyone for being so Union, Pallbearers No. 137, BEAUTY CULTURE

Officials said Miami City Less than three per cent of nice to her during her illness. Lily White No 192, Rev. C.J. START NOWII I
Commissioner Athalie Range all U,S,business concerns are Special thanks to Mrs. Syl- Burney and all members of
and Congressmen Claude Pep- owned by nonwhites .. although via Butler, No. 2 Usher Boardof Senior Ushers Boards, Mr. LOW ENTRANCE FEE & TERM PAYMENT
per and Dante Fascell have nonwhites make up 12 Mt. Tabor and the memberswho Lester C. Albert and his staff
been invited for the afternoon per cent of the nation's population came to see me, New of co-workers. SUNLIGHT BEAUTY SCHOOL

workshop to be held at 395 NW In Negro sections of big Macedonia, Shiloh, Mount Continue in prayer for me.
1st Street. cities, statistics reveal, the Carmel, Mt. Calvary, Jordan 374-9998
Wyche said both major- great majority of businesses Grove, Religious Needy Club, you.


NAACP Seeks Two-Way Transfer In School

Deseareaation Case Franklin Federal Savings

or v "
New Haven, Conn.- entered the case because of designates as a benefit in order -
Attorneys for the National Association the overriding public consequences to obtain the right to attend &
for the Advancementof of the decision" The an integrated school. In
Colored People have filed Association brief notes that effect, the Board is deprivingthe
brief amicus curae with the "although the objective of thp plaintiffs of equal treat Northwest 5th Street
United States District Court Board's policy is legitimate, ment In order to avail them- 177
for Connecticut seeking a ruling the racial classification employed selves of another right."
requiring the Norwalk is invidious." As- The NAACP emphasizesthat
Borad of Education "to oper- sociated with Mr. Carter in "The Board's plan does Miami, Florida
ate its schools upon a fully integrated the suit are NAACP lawyer more than merely achieve integration -
basis under policies LewisM. Steel of New York and It puts into effect a
which apply equally to all Emanuel Margolis ofStamford policy which, according to the
school children." Conn. Board's own Justification for Know Your Directors
The brief was filed here, As the NA A C P brief says, the maintenance of the neighborhood
Sept. 26, in support of a suit "In the opinion of amicus, the school system, pen- * *
brought by Norwalk CORE board has denied equal protection alizes minority grop children I
protesting the Board's integration -:t! of the law to black and and minority group neighbor- :
plan which closes the Puerto Rican children by introducing hoods." ': Reverend Edward T. GrahamReverend
predominantly Negro school a neighborhoodschool t tt
transferring all the pupils to clan wh Ich, in sub- tt t t i j
predominantly white schools., stances, classifies minority 4 4t
The NAACP maintains there group neighborhoods as un- ,t Edward T. I' I
schould be a two-way transfer, worthy for maintenance of integrated Get -' Graham Is minister of the Mt.
shifting some of the students of schools.... Y Zion Baptist Church, and
to its bones "the j Chairman of the Board of
each race to schools predom- "Stripped A DOUBLE ACTION :
brief asserts, "the Board x Trustees of Florida Memorial
inantly attended by children of COLORS GRAY IWallACK I Iw
the other race. policy requires only minority 2 DRESSES HAIR 1.,00 : r. College. Reverend Graham
The NAACP General Counsel group communities and child I. : received his B.S,Degree from
l (" ; '] "1 :
Rober L. Carter explained ren to give up what the_Board 1 w Benedict College. His M. A.
y Degree was taken Columbia
.- University and his Doctorate

_ in Divinity, with honors, in
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Miami TimesSUBSCRIPTION ,. His background includes social
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work with the YMCA and
ORDER 4 the USO in New York. He arrived -
: I y- ,; In Miami 1943 and became -
I Miami Times : Founder and Executive
I 6530 NW 15th Avenue : : r Director of the Greater Miami
: Urban League. In 1948 betook
I Miami, Florida ,
: over at Mt. Zion.
1 a
I Enclosed is $5,00 to cover the cost of a one year subscription t' to : 1 I The organizations to which
he belongs and In which he
1 The Miami Times. 1 -
holds membership are too

: Mail Paper trt'- -- : numerous to summarize,
"i ,; as are the awards which he has

: Address : d' ;a . received In Dade County.

: City State Zip Code'I:rtL .

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 11, 1968 13

I Uropouts Drop Back I In To "Career College"A s asI

group of 60 dropouts will tor of the Division of Career ity training, as will the other I yJVY
drop back In to school
begin- Programs.
50 when they report to "Ca-
ning with the Winter Term at School, religious and civic reer College" on January 2.
Miami-Dade Junior College leaders and community Goal of the sensitivity train-
South. agencies are helping recruit ing is tohelp the student in bet

They will be the pioneers in prospective students, boys ter understanding, and accep-
a new M DJC Cooperative willing and desiring togoback ting, himself and others;tode-
Education Program b e i n g financed to school. velop a feeling of a group with
through a federal grant Early in October, 10 of the a purpose.At .
plus matching funds from the students will become a test the end of the Winter rro, r. tl
college group, an aid to the faculty in Term, half of the group will be
developing a curriculum for placed in Jobs, while the other
Called "Career College," the upcoming term.There will half continues in school, going
the program is aimed at high not be separate classes in English into employment at the end
school dropouts from disad- math, readingetc., of the spring-summer term.
vantaged families. Under the explains Dr. Barry Green- The project financed
Cooperative Education plan, berg, director of the program. through funds from a Title I
they will alternate terms of "Various subjects will be dovetailed Grant, Higher Education Act of
study and work to provide a programof 1965. Federal funds of$29,000are

relevant learning experiences matched by the college fora ,
"This all-male program is ." total of $58,000 for the first
designed to help these young The test group first will go year.
people help themselves,"says through two days of orienta- Dr. Greenberg, who Joinedthe
Dr. Patrick Distasio, Direc- tion and two days of sensltiv- M-DJC South Faculty a 6
.. . ,
month ago, will devote full -- T '
time to "Career College."
Eighteen other faculty members M-DJC South faculty' members confer on "College Career" curriculym.
I Chamber of Commerce will work on the projecton Shown I left to right are Claire Zuckerman, Alex Swan Dr. Barry Greenberg, I

a part-time basis director of the program, and Benjamin Stickney. I

Annual Banquet. Set !i 87 in

Creation of positive com- of Justice for the ordinary citi- avz :E
munity attitude as the founda- of of
zens the United States
tion for building the "Celes- America."
tial City of the Year 2000"will
He is a trustee of the Com-
be the objective of the annual 11A
banquet of the Greater Miami munity Mental Health Services t 1 ,
Foundation, a member of the
Chamber of Commerce Oct.
26th. Orange Bowl Committee and a
Fellow of the International > r
Attorney Bill Colson will be tIf
of He has
Academy Lawyers.
the principal speaker for the
If Ifp
also been active in University
function to be staged in The
of Miami and has
projects participated -
Playhouse of The Miami ayF
Springs Villas.Publicist. in many community ; ,
projects and programs.The .
chairman of the banquet com- attorney, who a Iso
mittee, Indicated that Colsonas serves as chairman of the
"one of Miami's most dynamic Chamber's New Miami Action
and inspired civic lead- Committee, was honored in

ers will excite business and 1960 as the "OutstandingYoung air., Y ,
government leaders and establish Man of Miami" and in
the climate so essen- 1961 as the "OutstandingYoung
tial to achieving the full potential Man of Florida."
of Greater Miami."
It is anticipated the banquet
: 4
Colson's talk, entitled"Ce- ?
will attract a crowdof
lestial .City. of the Twentieth capacity
government and business
will the
Century, highlight
leaders. A is sched-
primary projects and goals of reception
uled for 6:30 and the ban-
: p.m.
the Chamber and its 11 action
quet at7:30pmSaturday October
committees under the "Up-
26.Tickets will be avail- ,
ward Mfa m I" community -
building program. able through the Chamber for
$10 Dress will be
per person.
Lawrence Vice
B. Sbeffey, informal.
President of Southern Bell

Telephone Company, will be
recognized for his efforts the
previous year as president of
the Mia ml- Dade County my
Chamber of Commerce, from
which the Greater Miami dressmaker
Chamber evolved after monthsof
$ '
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Colson's list of honors -
Ready to Wear I
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Round About I I i Workers In Job Corps Program i

Talk iI I gpot1.i Find It Soul SatisfyingThose I

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.y BY JIMMY "SCOOP" BETHEL. .J."t ,_ of us who work in the Corps Training Centers all

,r Job Corps Program for girls over the country. This year
WHERE IT'S AT. Brooklyn's Supreme Court awarded You'll always find a pleasing smile on the face of Mrs. Ber- look forward to WICS Day each our quota is 25 a month!

$110,000 to a black couple, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stewart of tram Hanna (Delores), Worthy Matron of Felicity Chapter year. It is the day we reportto 84 volunteers worked 5,904
Legion St. The suit was against the Long Island the community a pictureof
College Order of the Eastern Star, Modern Free and Accepted Masonsof hours to accomplish this a
Hospital for refusing Mrs.Stewart what we have done and -
an abortion after her preg- the World, Incorporated. realize -
labor of love! Home visits
recruiting -
nancy was marred with German measles. The baby was born Although Delores was born In anew how proud we are to ,
deaf, partially blind, spastic and mentally retarded. This was Miami, she has roots deep in 4e have a part in this wonderful office work, transportation -
the first decision of its kind in the nation's history. Their lawyer Nassau, Bahamas, where he program. We say our "thank a lot of work went
into this
and lot of
Norman R. Grutman said, during the trial that the abor- visits several_ times a year,and yous" to the tireless women project a
want each who
tion laws "favor the white upper class" and that statistics on whose home here in Miami the who give their time so willingly - we girl
into WICS office to
abortion show Negroes don't get them. Grutman said, "The center of congregation for Ba- while we know that the real our
e fill at ease that she is
Stewarts being black folks," the court decision redeemed their hamians visiting Miami. thanks for each one is to know among
faith in this country . (Lovely lady) Helynn Lewis, former Mrs. Hanna attended BookerT. that she has helped a girl find friends who want to help her.

chief fiscal officer of the human resources administration of ,Washington, Sacred Heart in herself. She is invited to join the club

NYC who was arrested in Santa Monica, Calif.last Thursday Nassau; and Northwestern, In One of the plus values for of girls waiting to go they
waived extradition and was returned to NYC under police cus- Detroit, Michigan. Well-known us is the friendships we have meet every Friday for study

today, charged with embezzling NYC antipoverty funds. Ac- asa, hair stylist, Delores received made an appreciation and and fun. When she comes home ,
cused of taking $23,000, her yearly salary was $19,000 . her beauty culturist understanding as Catholic, from Job Corps there is an y
Dr. D. E, Vernon LeGrand, Ph.D.t self-ordained clergy and training at the Apex School of Protestant, Jewish and Negro Alumni club for graduates -
self-anointed Bishop was charged with rape and kidnapping Beauty Culture in New York women work hand in hand to- we want to help each girl adjust -

and held in $25,000 bail. The woman is a white British-born, City.. Her most. recent. venture ward common goals. and find her place a job
23-year-old blonde. LeGrand is founder of the "Church of St. nas peen proprietress or-Showcase -- .. ---r:: we want her to know that she
John" at 222 Brooklyn Ave . NYC Public School strike? Outlet Originals, a specDELORES HANNA We have learned what it is an important person and has
White backlash-vs. Black power. A dirty joke. The losers are iality shop featuring casual wear for the economyminded.Her means to be poor the women a worthwhile place in the
the children. hobbies are sewing clothes and upholstering furniture. interviewed 216 girls last year world.
most of whom bad never
Modern Free and Accepted Masons of the World, Incorporated -N This program is funded on:
offers today's woman the opportunity to be of everlasting seen a dentist or doctor. faith, hope and love.

service to her communitywhile developing her own potentialas Poverty is 10 children in a Faith faith in
our a girl,
a leader among women. family 6 children sleeping in that she can become somebodyand
Persons desiring information regarding membership in 1
bedroom. "Papa works but
her faith in herself
I ,a sr Modern Free and Accepted Masons of the World, Inc. can havea there ain't enought to keep us for the first time she has, as a
representative call on them by filling out and mailing in the all in school."
coupon below. Poverty is never having
Hope-as a girl finds a
slept on a bed with sheets.
dream to believe in and
Poverty is the girl of 17 Love (not charity, for that is

.. -- - : r.-- .. A.." from a broken homewantedby giving to someone)but love,as
MANAGEMENTAND Power LinesUnderground no one. She couldn't give us she is loved for herself, real
CIRCULATION an address she was out on out-going, sharing love.These

Statement of Ownership the streets her two precious girls are hungry for love!
ROUND ABOUT TALK. . Rev SiedA. Demingo (long time Management and Circulation, little girls in a foster home. Don't let us fail them!
friend of McCall in York with the church" at
Ivory ) New "big
required by the Act of October Electric distribution lines We sent 146 folders to Atlanta Mrs. Herman Roudenbush,
1977-7th Avenue. In Miami, Rev.S.A.Demingoused to broad- 23 1962 Section 4369 Title will be in
placed underground
; ; and last year over 100 project director, Women In
cast over WMBM radio . Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Bethel of
39 United States Code. Phase One of Miami's urban
girls left Miami to go to Job Community Service.
3250 NW 214th St.,returned from Nassau,Bahamas where they The Miami Times is pub- renewal project and at the expense -
enjoyed a week's vacation( econd honeymoon)they arrived in lished weekly at 6530 NW 15th of Florida Power and

Carol City, Oct. 7 . Ronald Hines, (son of Sally Margaret Avenue, Miami, Florida. Pub- Light Co., the company told the
Hines) 469 W. 163rd St., returning from Jacksonville, after lisher and Editor of The Miami Housing and Urban Develop- DO YOU HAVE A SAVINGS ACCOUNT? I

spending time with his grandmother Mrs. Margaret Hines who Times is H. E.S.Reeves, ment Advisory Board WHY BE SATISFIED WITH ONLY 5%

is building their new home . James Thompson, 630 E. 1424 NW 69th Street, Miami, Tuesday.In We recommend several apartmtnt buildings that
140th Ft. No. 22,NYC, plans to build a motel in Ft. Lauderdalesoon. Florida. Managing Editor of a letter to Sidney Arono- show ISftVr better .
,So that his black sisters and brothers can have a nice The Miami Times is Garth C. vitz, chairman of the HUD.
place togo in that town).He's related to the lovely Mrs. Carrie Reeves, 6851 NW 13th Avenue, board, FP&L Vice PresidentF. YOU CAN GET STARTED WITH AS LITTLE AS

Jackson of 2630 NW 13th Ct., Ft. Lauderdale. Miami, Florida. E. Autrey said the power Coll or Send$1,000.Coupon BelowrNNN.rNNY.rr.rrN.

The Miami Times is owned company would assume a cost . .. ...... .. .
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TEEN TALK ANDSOUL MUSIC SURVEY.. Thursday nightI by The Miami Times, Inc. differential of $10,000 to put Pan-Am Realtors
went to the 125th St. Apollo Theatre (Harlem) to catch the Stockholders are H. E. S. the lines underground."We 1749 S. W.Realty 8th ,Street

"Sam and Dave" Show which was a "smash hit" featuring Reeves, President, 1424 NW recognize that this Miami, Fla. 33135 Phone: 373-4716
"Red Fozx. After the show talked with Sam & Dave. I found 69th Street, Miami, Florida; first phase is a pilot installa-
out that Eddie "B" Anderson is no longer with the team. The Garth C. Reeves, Vice Presi- tion," Autrey wrote, "and, Seminar Picas I *on send Income me ( Property) free tickers, October) for 24th your, 8:00p.m. next

band Is almost new, except for three of the old members. Sam dent, 6851 NW 13th Ave., MI- therefore, we are willing to install at your office. Also send your Ir.. Booklet,
said, they are changing their bus (getting a new one). Their ami, Florida; and Doreen R. the underground distribution 'Developing an Independent Income."
stage performances were really together, but after the show Young, Secretary-Treasurer, facilities at no addi-
there was a coolness between them.Dave left In a Lincoln Con- 501 NW 44th Street, Miami, tional cost with the under- Nom.1Addr.1.

tinental and Sam stuck around to check out the stage instru- Florida. standing, of course, that this PhonetFRANKLIN'S _
ments. Let us hope they don'tbreakupa good thing. Kim Tol- The average number of will set no precedent for future -
liver (singer from Ohio) was Sam and Dave's main girl, she'sno copies of each issue of this projects.. "
longer with them. Kim bad an exclusive contract with the publication sold or:distributed -
Sam and Dave enterprise.Sitting in the main box lodge,diggingthe through the mail or other-
show,was No. 1 Mr.Soul,James Brown." Dave announced i wise during the preceding 12 CARPET
him to a great ovation. . There are no words to express the months was 13,500.
greatness of the genius "Red Foxx" .. This is Scoop Bethel 0650 NW 22ND AVENUE

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 11, 1968 17

,.1 ,' Archaic Laws Support Merchants

w .; ,-I :;'," .

r Who Swindle Billions From PoorThe

grisly triple murder of "The Dark Side of the Market his right to defense in the court Two significant conclusions

two owners and the sales place" recently published by and to confront the creditor emerge InSenator Magnuson's

a manager of a major auto a- Prentice-Hall, the article Is with fraud charges. article. One is this recurring

gency jolted Chicagonans 32 replete with actual case his- dlstrubing theme: The com-
One of Indignity
months ago. Donald Dean tories from many parts of the masterpiece plicity of the law,either seeming -
the Senator In
Jackson 24, angered by the U.S. showing how businessesuse the Ebony article is quotes collec- or real, in supporting
size of his financing cost and deceit and often fraud to fraudulent business practices,
tion letter from of Phil-
other alleged "added-on" swindle naive ghetto dwellers. while oppressing the poor and
charges, resorted to ven- Once trapped in the net,vic- adelphia's 1 largest banks, the innocent, makes the law
dropped through the mail slot
gence with a sawed-off shot- tims are separated not merly appear in the ghetto as the ene-
of a couple who had fallen behind -
gun and was himself slain from most of their meager my. The other is his related.
Y. in payments on a $225.00loan
minutes later by detective's cash, but frequently through observation that-although exploitation -
but after
-- had
they reduced -
pistol. It appeared that his "due process"of our archaic is not the sole cause
the debt
to Scrawled
purchase ofa$2,995usedCad- legal system everything they of racial distrubances, and
on a bank this
envelope was
illac would cost the $10 O-a have is taken away--house, : riots are not the only reason

week man $4,228.50 over 30 furniture and sometimes even We guess you want the pig the swindling should be

months. their jobs (through employer treatment and we know how to stoppedthegougingofmi-

a.. The multiple killing and its reaction: to garnishment) treat pigsl! We will tell every norities is important among
apparent motivation set of renewed body that you are not worthyof many explosive discontents
calls in the daily press Ma gnu on demonstratesthat trust! leading to ghetto riots.
:!" these poor are not only
for credit reform, particularly -
victims of outrageously exor-
by the Illinois Gen-
!, bitant finance charges andun-
eraly Assembly. Also
citing mer c If u 1 price gouging but
the Jackson case other
; they are often sold used goods
examples elsewhere, Ebony
: pawned off as new. In case
Magazine devoted anarticleto
after case,con men merchants,
"The Pitfalls of Credit
who are masters of psychology Look '
ing." In this expose, senior 'NatlJrJI/ '
tricked and pressure
staff editor Alex Poinsett ,
gullible people into buying "
showed that questionablecredit itmes which obviously they do t'' : . .. : ';: .: : '\; ":; )i" __ _
practices prevail widely not need and cannot even use. .B...e'.': ...N a f''f":"<: ,; -- .' d .''

throughout the United States, Prices are marked up 10 to20 -:' " " ; ;

Often by no hooke means dare in Illinois educated alone. times the "normal" retail :_ : \:.' : ; ;} i:";'2: ;': :. ';;';/. : .

margin of 100% (called a"50% 'w..lth.r'i".I; :" :

'" .. ' .... as article middle-class ghetto referred poor.people Pointedly to then as.well Sen.the amount markeup"of the In the debt trade the).custo-Face .. ': ', " : :, ; ,: ; ;:/;;!;: l t' \ ; ;}?: :: .

Pauline Trigere' fashions one of the seasons' Paul Douglas'sD.-fll."truth bill( which) had purchase mer incurs can by be financing six times the the ,.I.,1{.. .. '... ._ . : <;, .. : : . ,
newest fabrics of brown and white Donegal tweed i realistic retail price of goods .,
1 '
died three in the SenateA
;into an elegant after-five design bordered in Green- years and services.
watered down version has .
lanJ fox with matching muff. since become "N tlltlll"I' :' '
law. A common tactic revealedby : .
Pauline will be one of the featured models on In addition to credit pitfalls, the article is to have . .,' : \ ER.ii j"M'
Ebony ;
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October 27 at DaJe County Auditorium when the the poor uneducated are bilked the purchaser sign some ., J. 'liii "J;,' I' '''.I'".i: ;>''
apparently '
Miami Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority presents in many other ways. In a fur- innocent from. Filled .:,.'H"::."g !, ; : '..N 1 mu.RtAL'," ,
Ebony Fashion Fair. ther revelation of these in later by the salesman .' ..'.....,,..., .(ti, ,.I.I"'II'U; ;;: _,:;! !" :' : {J :. ,. ;' :
rackets Ebony's current """:::' R)'oI't1i'i"!' ;" ""' ,({ :: j AI : "
company, it turns out to be a :, ., aU. E EN". .
rlly.Y\ttb) :: 'j : :'h\q "Jt{ ; ; ; .H. '
issue carries a major articleby judgement note, putting up the \ : ,
AKA Sen. Warren G. MagnusonD.
Sorority possession as
Wash. titled "HOW THE $ bim. a
C ( ) security. It contains as "con-
GHETTO GETS GYPPED." l ssion of judgement" clauseby

To Present Benefit From the Senator's book, which the customer waives

Fashion ShowThe

Miami chapterGammaZeta This year's production will

Omega) of Alpha Kappa definitely confirm that the woman WHITE THRIFT

Sorority will present Ebony of today has the opportunity -

Fashion Fair at Dade County to choose her own look--

Auditorium Sunday, October what is right for her Is completely -

27, at 5 p.m. The traveling In vogue insofar as high

fashion show Is produced by styles are concerned. Thus,

Ebony magazine, a Negro- Ebony Fashion Fair's theme STORE

oriented publication, for' this year -- "Fashion Free- & BLUE
charitable purposes in73 dom '68."

cities this year. Since its inception in 1958,

Mrs. Ada M. Deveaux, general Ebony Fashion Fair has madeit
All Avail Themselves of the
3 chairman, announced that possible for local organizations We Cordially Invite to

net proceeds from the show in such as Alpha Kappa

Miami will go to the sorority's Alpha Sorority to raise more Excellent Bargains in
Exceptional Children and than $1,300,000 for charitable

Scholarship Fund. Mrs. AliceD. purposes.

Harrison, chairman of pub Locally, the Miami chapter, USED FURNITURE CLOTHING
licity, stated that arrange- headed by Mrs. Rose Stewart,

ments are underway to make Basileus, provides an annual

the affair one of the largest social scholarship to some deserv- APPLIANCESBOOKS

events of the season In ing high school girl graduate to

which everyone in Miami can the college of her choice.This

contribute to a worthy cause, scholarship may be continuedfor and
and have an exciting evening four years provided the recipient -

doing It! maintains desired TV'S $18 up
Ebony Fashion Fair con- scholastic average.Another of

sists of ten attractive female the Miami chapter's projectsIs

models and two male models support through annual gen-

along with wardrobe ladies, erous financial contributionsto

music director, stage and Miami's Sunland Training
business manager, commen- School for exceptional children DRESSES start at 30C

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 11, 1968 19
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Health Lindsley cg Lumber

CenterThe .

Display your flag... PROUDLY Beautiful Practical

Family Health Center Board of Directors elected Its A
new officers at the meeting last Monday night. Dr. John 0. Colinbusay II I 5FT'z3FT..
Brown was re-elected President, Mr. John Hanni was elected PORTABLE PORT

Vice President, Mr. Charles NordwaU was elected Treasurer, Oct. 12th
and Mrs. Marie Carl was elected Secretary. These officers
will serve for the next year.

Dr. Brown is well known in the
community for his past con-
tributions as a physician and asa )J '
leader in the field of human I :

rights. Dr. Brown has served as _
president of the Family Health
Center Board of Directors since

March 1, 19 68. He has seen An attractive addition to your
enormous growth in the program lawn area . plus a great valuein
since becoming president. This SO-STAR OUTDOOR FLAG protection and convenience!
growth is attributed to his It's built to last with superior
leadership, the interest express designed framing joints and
ed by other Board I{ HEAVY COTTON BUNT- mildew-resistant, marine grade
members, hardwork by the staff ING MATERIALS canvas
and support from within the I 6-FOOT WEATHER 219
community. Mr. Hanni is .
Executive Director of the Dade ** e WALL BRACKET TO BIG20X

County Medical Association. DR. JOHN 0. BROWNIn MATCH 11 FOOT 15900

this capacity he will help retain the interest which the Dade Other important days to display your Flag proud SIZE
County Medical Association has shown the program. Mr. ly: Independence Day, Election Day, Veteran's MO MONET BONN!
Charles Nordwall Executive Director of Jackson Memorial Day and the many other Special holidays
Hospital. Jackson offers in-patient hospital support for the
Family Health Center. Mrs. Marie Carl is Executiv e
Director of Economic Opportunity Program, Inc. EOPI is the
sponsoring agency of the Family Health Center.
The other members of the Board are:Dr.William L. Nyhan, I
Dr. W. Dean Warren and Dr. W.A. Little from the Universityof Hell Air
Miami School of Medicine; Mr. Alan M.Gilbert from Jack-
son Memorial Hospital; Dr. Maurice Greenfield from the Dade
County Medical Association; Dr. William R. Stinger and Dr. !
E. L. Matta from the Dade County Department of Public Health KLOCKe fB
Mrs Barbara Sims and Dr. H. Melton White from the East -rz.t'Z.. 59cZ3'I5
Coast Dental Society; Dr. J Kenneth Johnson and Mrs. Louise p
Butler from the Brownsvill Neighborhood Center; Mr.Bernard
Dyer of the Liberty City Commmunity Council representing
the Liberty City Center; Miami Dade Junior College; Mr. e nn
William Dillard and Mrs. Delsey Whita fom the Health Ad. # ALARM WITH BEAD LATCH .L
visory Council of the Family Health Center. 4 (COO BDLUS260)) I* 665
The Board of Directors is the policy,making body of the inside lock on 79
the market.
Family Health Center. They meet once each month at the Ladies! You 3 Battery ENTRANCE LOCKSET

Family Health Center. This meeting is supplemented by Committee can installthis EJLREG. ed. operat 349 Dull CHrome Stain* ..nFiniih
Easy to
meetings from time to time. The Board determinesthe lock with install. Convenient k.yin
goals of the program and directs the staff to implementthe a screwdriver! $3.. $3.15PoIshtd knob locking.
goals. The Board is responsible to the ComprehensiveHealth
Services of the Office of Economic Opportunity implementing -
the program in the frame work of the grant awarded -
by the Office of Economic Opportunity. responsibility Security Door Viewer o 01, o
requires a Board that is knowledgeable in the medical and den-
tal fields and a Board that is familiar with the health problemsin

the target area. The Family Health Center Board meets .. 1J1f
these requirements. ::-.. t. \ NO. j
The Board recognizes the intensities of the health and POLISHED BRASS
social problems in a deprived neighborhood and has continually Brass
expressed its determination to solve some of these problemsby 999 IlL SUI
seeing that the staff provides the best possible family health BARREL
care, providing jobs for neighborhood residents,doing much of EJL 84C

the agency business in the neighborhood,and by creating neigh- Wide angle optical lenses for CHAIN 84C BOLT
borhood awareness of problems which can be solved by the clear view of entire outside
residents themselves. door area. Easy to install. BQBR6WU1D N0.1KIC IEL $1.10Lindsley

The Family Health Center will continue to grow in size and
In its capacity to deliver services. The Board will be there to
oversee the operation of the program and to make certain that
the Family Health Center which serves the Liberty City-

Brownsville area is the very best one in the country.
H EA LTH H IN T S-Operation diet right...Are last year's WI
clothes easier to forget than to zip?Is your belt getting tighter LumberMIAMIDADE
? if so, you maybe on the way to more pounds that you need.In .
stead of wishing for a slimmer you, try reducing. The best
diet plan takes more backbone that wishbone, but the formulais
simple: eat less, exercise more. STORES

Open Sundays till 2 P.M. Lindsley.RBC

3505 NW 79th Street-.696-2810 1635NW.28thSt.-Ph.6354511 Stores alsolocated
N.W.7th Ave.&127th St._Ph 681-7471 2160 S.W.27th Ave.-Ph.443.7432N
ZIGZAGSEWING .21th Ave at 179th St.-Ph.621-0544( 812 S.W. 12th Ave.-Ph.374.5108
401 HE. 167th St. Ph.949-3537 I in:
guarantu 14300 N.W.27th Ave.-Ph.688-6523 -
MACHINES ... -:.' 8820 Bird Road-Ph.221-8311 HIALEAH:1295W.49thSt.-Ph.821.2150 Key West ((2 Stores)
., 4300 Ponce de Leon:' Ph.443.7461 PERRINE. Dixie Hwy.-Ph.238-5535
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$1888 5891 S.Dixie Hwy.-Ph.661.5361 660 NE.96th St.Ph..759-2431 Fort Pierce
\ 3817 N.W.17th-Ph.633.8218 16160 Biscayne Blvd.-Ph.97-4711 r
j, Cocoa
CALL TODAY v BROWARD COUNTY STORES Open Sundays till 2 P.M. Daytona Beach

685-1564 W. HOLLYWOOD: 1800 N.State Road 7-Ph.989-6850 FT.LAUDERDALE N.W.1st Ave.-Ph. 522.7411 Tampa ((5 Stores)
HOLLYWOOD:801 N.21 Ave.-Ph 922.5624 POMPANO BEACH 142 S.W. 1st Ave.-Ph.942-0900()
We Deliver J J OAKLAND PARK: 1099 Oakland Park Blvd. -Ph.565-6761 'FT.LAUDERDALE:800 N.(.3rd Ave-Ph.522.2572 Largo
v FT LAUDERDALE:2900 W.Broward Blvd.-Ph.581-3900 '(ri LAUDERDALE STORE CLOSED SUNDAY) ne II Park
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r . THE MIAMI TIMES Friday October 11, 1968 21

I I Friendly Officers Seek Positive Attitude 1 Sijf .jC j

Toward Law EnforcementA t

year-long project designed years in which the program is toward the end of the school
to help children develop a conducted. year.
positive attitude toward law Designed for
kindergarten "We believe the
enforcement in their earliest
through grade 3, the program are the most Important yearsin
was launched in Dadecounty's
years focuses
on several key con- creating proper attitudes
school system this cepts, explained Joe De- toward the responsibilities of

week. Church, supervisor of social the society in which we live .
Entitled "Officer Friendly," studies for the
school system. and toward those who are
the program will be sponsored "We will strive to point up charged with enforcing the
by the Metropolitan Dade that rules and ordinances are necessary regulations." e

County Public Safety Department necessary to community living He pointed out there will be

theSears-Roebuck . that the police department both pre-and post-testing of .
Foundation and Dade County's requires the cooperation and students conducted in randomly -
Public School System.Six the help of all people so that selected schools by the Research ., (1 :
Dade County Public TrL
it may peform its duties suc- Development and ;
Safety Department officers cessfully . that every per- Evaluation Department of the f ,
have been assigned full timeto son is important in the plan- school system. III . -.
the program, each making ning, imple menting and executing The cooperative programwas !; > __
three visits to the assigned of responsibilities of citi- approved by the Board of . ..

classrooms as instructors. zenship . and that the police Public Instruction upon ." ,p ,' ',i:...:,. :"> ..
A three-member committeeof department I s a public service recommendation of Dr. E. L. :: 1' . .., R:
teachers, working under the n. i\\ \
of local government Whigham, superintendent of ; '
: : ; '
iItf>: '
supervision of the Social Stu- ." ';. '
schools, in May. .!i '?.. __ 4. (;0,
dies Department staff,has developed He said the program also Since that time, the team of

materials which will hopes to point up that people in Dade educators has been developing When the members the Motorcycle Riders of Florida heard that
be used by pupils and teachers. neighborhoods, communitiesand the materials which Children's Hospital needed
to their
replenish bood
These Include a student activ- cities help to make the will be among the first of their K. bank, James Whitlock,
ity booklet and a teachers school a beter place for learn- kind in the nation. C. and Shadrick Williams, members of the Spot Tan 200 Club

manual. ing how to work and play and The program will begin in were among the first to turn out to donate their blood. They are shown with

Financing cost of Officer live . and that pupils con- selected schools Monday, technician, Mrs.Ann Hausman as they check in. The Riders donated 35 pintsof
Friendly materials will be the tribute to the success of their branching out to other schoolsas blood and
promised they would be back
Sears-Roebuck Foundation schools.Dr. the year progresses.Less deed. in six months to repeat the good

which is paying cost of development Leonard Britton, asso-
of the initial teach- ciate superintendent for instruction -
er's unit and teaching aids,as said an evaluation
well as those for succeeding of the program will be made Coast Guard Academy J

$ Seeking Applicantsbetween Y = Call

than a month remainsfor 64 and 78 inches in CHARLESROGERS
the young man who is quali- height, with proportionate
fied to take the entrance exam weight; and (4) have at least

9 for admission to the Coast 20/30 vision in each eye,cor-
Guard Academy. rectable to 20/20.

November 2 is the last date Those appointed willre- AT PL ]"7502

for applications to be in for ceive a paid college education BUY ON A
participation in the December resulting in a Bachelor of
7 administration of the College Science degree and a commis- PIANO, ORfeAN, SCOTT
Entrance Examination Board sion as Ensign in the U. S. STEREO OR ORCHESTRA
1IRS' tests. Coast Guard. The Coast Guard INSTRUMENTS.
has the only military academy
a Qualified be-
young men where the
i individual is admit
1 tween 17 and 21 are urged to ted'
pnly by competition; there
enter the nationwide competition -
are no congressional appoint-
for appointment a cadetIn
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ments or geographical quotas.
nation's oldest
our military With the deadline nearing,
Good Police Work seagoing service. now 1s the time to see your

Applicants must(1))be a high high school guidance coun-
school graduate by June 30, selor or contact Commander
Acknowledged By JudgeOfficer 1969; ((2)) have completed three (p-5)), Seventh Coast Guard
units in English, and three in District, 51 SW 1st Ave., Mi- I
mathematics; (3) must be in ami, Fla. 33130 or phone 350-
Jesse Williams, MI- before, "This could very well excellent physical condition 5626 collect.
ami Police Department, Is be a turning point in your life."
shown here being congratulated "You are actually very for
by Senior Judge of the Ju- tunate that Officer Williams
venile for apprehended you. To a large
Court, Don Stone,
the Officer's work In apprehending extent your future rests in
a Juvenile purse your own hands, you can con- MAKE A DATE TO ATTEND
snatcher. The juvenile offen- tinue to violate the law and be

der, a young black male, had Incarcerated and become an EBONY FASHION FAIR l sW
grabbed the purse from an adult criminal or you can pat-
elderly white woman, who was tern your life after this Offi- FASHION FREEDOM 68

shopping in the northwest sec cer, who seeks to uphold law Sunday October 27 1968

tion on August 27, 1968. and order and the rights and" E SELL HAP PIN I E S S
property of all persons.
5 P.M.
Officer Williams, who was Officer Jesse Williams is a AMERICA'S LARGEST DISPLAYArh..r..r..d.
patroling the area, observedthe 3 1/2 year veteran of the Mi- DADE COUNTY AUDITORIUM .* N.rth>OMth
violation and chased the ami Police Dept He is mar- IS MINUTES MOM ANYWMIM IN MIAMI
boy on foot. He then referredthe ried and lives with his wife, Sponsored by Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority CORNER NW. 54th ST. fc N.W 3rd AVE.
matter to the Juvenile Patricia and three sons at 3431 General Admission $5.00- Reserved Seats $7.00Tlck.ts Phone 751-7502
Court. The victim said in NW 210th Terrace. He was a Or 2010 Biscayne Blvd. FR 1.0401 Broward JA 2-5131.
on sale by members of the sorority, Economy
Court that Officer Williamswas graduate from Dorsey High mi ouivur ANYWNIII. U.S.A.
Drug Store, Community Drugs, Hicks' Korab and Kurf
extremely helpful and School and attended Edward or by calling: 6917870. IN IT.LAUDERDALE 1105 I.LAS OLAS 11X0.14'ION
courteous. Judge Stone pointedout Waters College in Jackson-

that too often we hear about .ville. '
the misdeeds of persons, both
young and old without due
credit to those who are work-
ing daily to make our city a
better place in which to live. 7th AVE. FLEA MARKET ,

In court, Judge Stone,pointed -
out to the youthful offender DIVISION OF I.B.STUPENDOUS ENTERPRISES

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'D'EAT'H'S' sad but loving memory Strvies for Roscoe Phillips
I r' CARDS M'E M"O'R'IAlS' t Mrs. Bessie Grice of 810 W. of 1130 NW 2nd AT*., IZ were

Delaware St., Tallahassee, held Saturday He is survived
died in Miami Oct. 2. She is by two daughters Yvonne Cary
survived by four sons, Willie, Brldgett Phillips

I six sisters Janie Douglas, Ida Services for Rev. Leon
family of the late The family of the late sad but loving memory ofJAMES Porte r, Cladonla Gainer, Saunders of 2469 NW 63rd St.
MRS. NELLIE JONES Addle Williams, Louise Thur- will be held Saturday, Oct. 12
wish to express our sincere J -\i man and Charlie M. Pryor; at St. James AME. He is sur-
thanks and appreciation to all three brothers, William, vived by his wife Muriel and
the neighbors and friends for James and Nathaniel. There brother Alfred.
their many thoughtful acts of .. .; were no local services. She
kindness extended us during ,1112.. .. .r' was re moved Wednesday to Services for Leon Rumi1 of
: '!!!I'.P. '
our hour of bereavement. \ ' ..'. :... Tallahassee for final rites. 2951 NW 159th St., Opa-locka,
Many thanks for your prayers, "}' ...<,." '!\ .. wee held Tuesday at Saint
cards, floral pieces and other .: .'J'1t ; t; ,. Mrs. Lula Bell Williams of Mary's Church, Coconut
kindness shown. Special W( 1971 NW 5th Ct., died Oct. 3. Grove. He is survived by his

1\ ;:j.l" thanks to Jackson Memorial at Jackson Memorial Hospital. mother Mary Manuel, father

t It fIL Hospital, Rev. Johnson of St. .. She is survivedbyherhusband Willis; five sisters Marjorie
: John one son George Jr., Wells Annie Carson Clara
J Baptist Church, and the -'Jii! George, ,
Richardson Funeral Home and two daughters Bernice, Carrie Jackson, Levonder Jackson
___ ..'..... ,,,,r1. staff. '- Davis and a daughter-in-law, and Ma m m I e Shannon; two
-- WRIGHTwho THEODORE ROOSEVELT Earnestine. Services were brothers Russel Carson and
May God bless
MRS. EPSIE MCKENZIE each of you. departed: this life Oct. 9, CARNEGAYHe
at Greater St. two daughters
held Wednesday Eddie Rumpb; ,
like to thank their neigh- 1966. departed this life Oct. 9,
Sincere thanks Mark Baptist Church. Gloria and Lorraine; one son
1.- and friends for cards, Gone, but not forgotten. 1961. Robert.

t e r s of condolence, tele- The Family Sadly missed by family and Gone, but not forgotten.The Willie Wilson of 14325 NW

flowers and kindness friends. 22nd Ave., Apt. 8, died Oct.3. Mrs. Rebecca Smith, 10230
. during our hours of sorrow. Carnegay Family He Is survived by his wife SW 176th Street, Perrine,died
Our sincere thanks to Mr. I MEMORIAM Rosetta Wright, mother Edith, three sons, Willie, Jr., Oct. 4. Arrangements are in-
and Mrs. Thomas Williams, and FamilyIN Allen and Steven;parents,Ac- complete.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Sim- In memory of the late CARD OF THANKS quilla and Mable Wilson; two

mons, House of Albert and -- .. .'--'-< brothers Samuel and Charles; Services for Eugene Bookerof
staff, Rev. L. A. Thompson, MEMORIAMIn two uncles, Reuben Poitier and 1005 NW 58th St., will be
and members of Temple Bap- Samuel Newbold.Services will held Saturday, 3:30 the
tist Church for service ren- sad but loving memory of g M be held Friday, at 12 noon in Kelly's Chapel.Services .
our dear husband, father and
dered. the chapel.
May God bless, comfort and grandfather, the late, for Mack Pat-

keep all of you, now and for- MR. ARCHIE ROLLE SR. Willie Chestnut of 5018 NW terson of 1820 NW 2nd Court,

ever. who departed from this life 31 Ave., died at Jackson Hos- were held Wednesday, in the
Oct. 16, 1959. pital Oct. 6. He is survived by chapel. He is survived by a

Lucia Mulliens, daughterDan Gone, but not forgotten. May his wife Sarah,two sons WillieJr. daughter, Ada Donaldson;four
and Sam McKenzie, he rest in peace and light per- ., and Augustus; two daugh- grandchildren; two great great
sons petual shine upon him. ters Mattie McKinney and Catherine Brands a devoted friend Mrs.
Heneritta and Lessie Father in thy gracious keep- ; nine grandchildren; Gussie Jennings.
McKenzie, daughtersinlaw ing, leave we now thy servant < 1 seven brothers Jimmy Burns,
; 13 grandchildren, 64 sleeping. Willie Morre and William, Services for Dill Brisbon
great grands, 5 great great LAURA SEYMOURWe Henry, Robert and Ananias of 2440 NW 155th Ter.,will beheld
grands. Mrs. Idell Rolle and family Burse; six sisters Lizzie Dud- 12 a.m. Saturday at First
wish to express our ap- ley, Carrie Burse, MelInee Baptist Church of Bunch
preciation to our many friends Mingo, Ethel WallaceRebecca Park.
CARD THANKS and neighbors for the acts of Daniel and Ruby Harris.

CARD OF THANKSThe kindness, messages of sympathy Services will be held Satur-

of the late MRS. MARYGERVINwho We the family of and beautiful floral offerings day, at 4 p.m. at Antioch Bap- Eugene W. Parks, of 1555
family departed this life Oct. 8, MR. IRA DUNCAN in our bereavement at tist Church. 70th St., died Oct.5.Arrange-

1965. Wish to express our grati- the loss of our mother, Laura ments. are incomplete.
Gone, fit* not forgotten. We tude for your,kindness, and Seymour. Special thanks to Mrs. Viola Fisher of 3179
loved you but God loved you thoughtfulness during our be- Rev.'Gay and members of St. 'NW 44th St., died at Jackson

Y best. Sleep on. reavement. James AME Church, and Hospital Oct. 8. She is sur-

Your cards,prayers,visits, members of Mt. Hermon, the vived by her husband, Bryant, Baptist Women'sCouncil

All your children dishes, cars and floral pieces, staff at Jackson Memorial three sons Albert Best, T. C.
9 JH i Mrs. Viola WhiteingIN and other expressions will be Hospital and the House of Al- and Solomon Fisher; three

remembered forever.We bert.May daughters Canise Farley,
extend special thanks to God bless each of you. Florence Durden and Leola
Rev. AM. Griffin of New Law; two brothers Cliff Bak-
loving memory of Shiloh Missionary Baptist Hazel Seymour, daughter er and L. D.Chavous;one sis-

Church, Range Funeral Home, Samuel Livingston, son ter Leona Chavous; grand- fellow Christian friends
and Staff., Biscayne Paper and Family children, one uncle Shug Baker what a privilege it is for me to
MRS. CHRISTINA PALMERwho Company and Co-workers, and an aunt, Mrs. Mollle Till- announce that the Baptist WO-

went to a "hand of pure Mrs Thelma Turner of MANKER-MILTON man. Arrangements are men's Council will meet Fri-

delight; where we all must go Turner's Klndergarden. incomplete. day, Oct.11,atSt.Luke's Bap-
of 2277 NW
Historia Stanley
day tist Church, Rev. P. W. Wil-
or night.
Wishes SincerelyThe 86th Terrace,died Oct.4.Ser- liams, pastor There Is muchto
to express their vices will be held Thursday,
Duncan Family do. Many of our members
sincere CHORUSAT
thanks and
deep ap-
First Born Church
at 3 p.m. at attended the National Baptist
preciation for the many pray- of the Living God, 2360 NW SECOND BAPTISTThe Convention in Atlanta and were
ers, cards, donations, flow- Remains will lie
152nd Ter.
ers, telegrams, calls and A THANK YOU NOTETo in state Wednesday at 6 p.m. public is invited to attend richly with a broader inspired vision and returned of whatit
other expressions sympathy friends as we until funeral the Second Presentationof
our many in the chapel means to work in the Mas-
in our how of bereavement. sister. the Celestial Chorus of Second -
mourn the lost of our time. She is survived by two ter's vineyard. Let us listen to
Special thanks to Rev. 0. daughters Mrs. Theresa Doss Baptist Church,Richmond
what they have to .
Taylor, officers and membersof ADDIE HARVIN. Heights "Negro Heritage:" say.I
JAMES LAWRENCE and Petronla Hadley; one son am urging you to increaseour
Greater St. Luke Primitive Nathaniel five sisters Negro spirituals,featurlngtheCelestial
BARNETTwho we thank you for your kindnessand Gay; membership one hundredper
Baptist Church, Rev. L W. passed to the great beyond thoughtfulness during our Idolla Washington, Eula Wil- Chorus of Second cent. I am happy to an-
Hepburn, officers and mem- liams Lee Etta Holmes, Baptist Church Oct. 20, at 4
Oct. 10, 1957. bereavement.Your nounce, and presume you
bers of the Star of Bethlehem WattsandCalpertaThomas p.m. in the Richmond Junior
Altho 11 years have passed prayers,visits,cards, Daisy have read, in our "Current
Church, E. A.Stevens Funeral our memory and love still telegrams, flowers and dishes ; two brothers Willie High Auditorium. Mission," of what I your
Home, fraternal members, linger. REST IN PEACE. will always be remembered.A George and Bernes Cooks. This program promises to President have to say to the
Mt. Olivet be one that the public will appreciate -
neighbors, friends, special thanks to Rev. P. W. women of the world, in our
Cornet Band, each deed serv- Lottie E. Ward, mother Williams and St. Luke Baptist James Turner of 727 NW 53 deplciting the originof study lesson pertaining to
ed as a great consolation in and Family Church, the Fifth Floor staff St., died Oct. 5, from resultsof Negro spirituals as one of missions.
our hour of bereavement. of Jackson Memorial Hospitaland a stabbing, will lie in state the Negro's most important I will be graciously expect-

"May God's grace be ever the House of Albert Fun- Thursday until 4:30: p.m. on contributions to American ing you at St. Luke's Baptist

yours.. CARD OF THANKSThe eral Home. Friday. Remains will be ship- culture. Church praying and paying for
ped to Selma, Alabama. He is Donations: adults $1.00, the Cause.

Mr. Christie Palmer, family of the late The McCants FamilyIN survived by his parents Mr. children 75$. CordellCorbett,
husband Samuel and Rosa Lee Turner; president publicity committee I am in Him
yours ,
Mrs. Flossie Wilso, JOHN C. BROWN one brother Robert Turner; ; Rev. John A. Ferguson, Marie M. White ..

daughter wish to express their thanks MEMORIAMIn one sisterBessle Hunter.RAHMINGS pastor
Mr. Raymond Palmer, son for the kindness and courte-

sies extended them in their sad but loving memory of

hour of sadness.We our dear sister and aunt,
IN APPRECIATIONWe thank the neighbors of Belle McIntosh ACTION T.V. Sales & Service
Third Court and the neighbors MARY S. DAVE Mrs. Llllie
Second Court of 782 NW 52nd St., died Oct.
the kind expressions -
acknowledge life Oct. 9
Street the Webbs who departed this 4, in Cedars of Lebanon Hos-
Eleventh ,
of sympathy extended and OF YOUR T. V. PROBLEMSWE
Co., and the 1957. pital. She leaves to mourn a
us during the passing of or Construction of Third Ave., the How glorious is the life above, devoted daughter Lillian E. REPAIR ALL MAKES -

loved one, the late neighbors Range Funeral Home and the Which in this ordinance we Simmons; three sisters Pearl FOREIGN AND AMERICAN .. ,

ERSKINE STRACHAN neighbors of 10th street. taste; Gross of Miami, Isadellt S. COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE
That fullness of celestial love, Phillips and Redessa Smith of
Father in thy gracious shall forever STEREO HIFI RADIO TAPE
God Bless each and That Joy which Brunswick, Ga.; four bro-
keeping, leave we now thy ser May of you, your kindness last. thers. Remains will be shipped CALL NOW: RECORDER
vant sleeping.The will always be remembered. t o Brunswick,Ga., Monday for 696-3381 8626 NW 22 Ave.I .
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DRAKE ST. JAMES Mt. Tabor's Usher's
Observe Anniversary
Rev. J. W. Dunn,pastor Rev. S. L. Gy; pastor
Our Third Annual Women's Joseph Marshall, reporter
Day will be observed Nov. 10. Mrs. J u ani t a Mackeyand The members of Ushers'
Please circle your calendarand Stewardess Board No. 2 will Board No. 1 cordially Invite

4 ir worship with us on that celebrate their anniversary, you to celebrate with them
Sunday, Oct. 13, at 3 p.m. their 46th anniversarySunday. -
day.Sis. Come out and join the fun. Oct. 13. at 3 p.m.
Green and Sin Knowles The Sampsonite Board will
Ct will have a Dinner sale Saturday have their annual Luau,Sun The chosen guest speaker -
: \ f'tr at noon.You may call 696- day, Oct. 13, at 8 p.m. for the occasion will be Rev.C. '

1954 or go over to 1315 NW There will be a Dinner sale V. Ford, pastor of First ;
& 60th St. and help them on their at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Baptist Church of Ft. Lauder ,
& Jn vitdag
lJnu project for Women's Day. Ronald Ferguson, 3081 NW 70 I
All mothers please send Terrace. Please come by or dale.Let
us, ,commun-
Cub Scouts to meeting on order 6914984.
call in
Mt. Zion Presents Mrs. Daye Friday at 6 p.m. Plans are being We need your support benefit ity and friends, come out and ;
witness this fine t
very program

The Mt.Zion Baptist Church In 1967-68,she was speech and game made on for the your following.boy to attenda week. Mrs.Women's Merlon Day.Daniels and I which mind. was made up with you in II III

proudly presents Mrs. Lula hearing specialist at Markham All Boy Scouts remember your hospitality club will end their --.

I Goolsby Daye as it's Women's School, a federally subsidized meeting on Saturday at 2 p.m. stay at "Home Tea" Oct. 13. Dessie Crockett, reporting,
Day speaker, Sunday morning, pilot education center for mi- Don't forget visit and pray To the sick and shut-ins REV. C. V. FORD Rev. James Hendon, pastor
October 20. grant children. for the sick. Sister White is let's forget our own unhappiness -

e in the hospital. Sis. Failey Is by trying to create a little I
I' y Professional affiliations: A FIRST EMANUEL
i ill at Jackson Hospital. happiness for others.
member of the Local State and
Rev. J. E. Wright, pastor CORINTH
National Educational Associations NEW PROVIDENCE There will be a dinner sale
American Speech and Saturday at the home of Sister Rev. M.L. Paschal, pastor

3 y Hearing Association, Mount Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor Rev. D.A. Bradley,pastor Juanita Brown, 1521 NW 15th Sis.Carolyn Ector,reporterOur

Olive Baptist Church, Ft. Arsula Edwards,reporterThe Louise McGriff, reporter Ave., Apt. 22. pastor and his officers
Lauderdale, YWCA, Executive church will observe its There will be a Tea at the You are Invited to worshipwith would like to thank all of his
Board of the Family Service 8th Anniversary all day Sun- home of Brother and Sister us Sunday beginning with members and friends for their Agency, Council of Excep- day, Oct. 13. Guest speakerwill Cummings, 9010 NW 16th Ave. Sunday School 10 a.m. and fine co-operation spirit that
tional Children, Pi Lambda be Rev. W. M. Boyd of Albany There will also be a Tea at the morning worship at 11 a.m. was showned on our Tenth Annual -

Theta, National Honorary Society Ga.You are cordially invited home of Brother and Sister Sunday at 8 p.m. the Wright Women's Day.
for Women, one of 15 Increment to attend, and here this Dennard, 945 NW 83rd Ter. Singers of Miami will conclude The Liberty Choir Union of

Teachers Broward great minister.The Both Tea's will begin at 3:30 their anniversary with a musi- Greater Miami, one of Miami's
"County, 1963, and the Delta pastor is asking the entire p.m. You are invited. cal program at the YMCA. first and best, will convene *

r Sigma Theta Sorority. church to go with him There will be a program at Many outstanding groups are at the Corinth Baptist Church,

""F_ Professional Experiences: Wednesday night to worshipwith the church Fridaynight, Oct. expected to participate. The 1450 N.W. 59th Street Sunday
MRS. LULA G. DAYE She served as state chairmanand Friendship M. B. Churchat 11, entitled "The 12 Keys." public Is invited. afternoon at 3 p.m. you and

member of National Edu- 7:30. Rev J. E. Jenkins, Come over with us. On Sunday, Oct. 20 the Galilee yours are cordially invited.
Mrs. Daye is a dynamic per- cational Committees, as the pastor Remember the sick, shut- Gospel singers and the The general church will ren-
sonality, an orator, educator, first woman to be elected to Bible class and prayer ser- ins and bereaved. Pray for the Hallandale Spirituals will ren- der services Wednesday
spiritual and civic leader.She serve two terms as Presidentof vice each Tuesdayat7:30pm. boys in Vietnam. der a program at the YMCAin night at the Bright and MorningStar
was born and reared in Colum- the (now merged) Broward Consecration hour of prayeris behalf of Women's Day. Baptist Church at 8 p.m.
bus, Ohio, where she attendedthe County Teachers Association, held Sunday at 5:00 a.m. You are invited. asking all memberstobe

public schools. She earneda was recently elected as a Continue in prayer for our GREATER Don't forget to ask God's present.
Bachelor of Science and a member of the Executive sick, shut-ins and bereaved blessings on the sick and our

Master of Arts degree in Committee of the National families BETHEL AME young men in the arm services r
Speech and Hearing Science at Council of the Urban Educa- .
Rev. Timothy Johnson, pastor ZION HOPE
Ohio State University. Pres-
She is
tion Association. ST. MARY'SRev.
Naomi reporter
ently she is enrolled in the presently employed (via popu- In our Missionary, obser- EBENEZER

Doctoral Program at the same lar election) as the first Ne- H. V. Stuart, pastor vance the "Ladies In White," Rev. A. D. Hall, pastor 5129 NW 17th Avenue

university. gro President of the Broward Sunday, Oct. 13, the Junior paid tribute to our late Bisbp, E. Ingram, reporter Rev. Paul Freeman, pastor
Mrs. Daye was supervisorof County Classroom Teachers Choir will sing during the 11 Sunday, Oct. 13, the obser- Bessie Williams, reporterThe
Rev. E. C.Hatcher, Mrs E. 0.
Speech and Hearing in Vol- Association. a.m. services. There will be Saunders of vance of Laymen's Day which entire month of Octoberis
usia County for seven years. infant baptism also. past Mother emphasize the ministry of the set aside for the various

I For ten years, she was Intin- Lillie Muse Doles, Chair- Choir No. 2 will sing during King Missionary and Mrs.Society Peterson., We laity in the life and work of the auxiliaries to begin working

erant Speech and Hearing man, Rev. Edward T.Graham, the 6:00: p.m. services. The to the choir church in the world. Theme toward our Pastor's Anniversary -

,,'Therapist in Broward County. pastor choirs and usher boards are are Rev.grateful Ira McCall,Mrs.youth Dorothy, for the day is, "The Urgent We want to give hima

requested to go along with our Chaney the Tallonettes Fellowship." The public is invited even better anniversary than
pastor to St. John Baptist had in the The climaxof
Manuel and to come and share the we past.
FIRST BAPTIST MT. TABOR Church, where he will preachthe Rev.Evangelist Cooper Ruby for their partici day with us, with the laymen this ocass ion will be the

Stewardess Deaconess pation. Mrs. Alice Barr, in charge of the services. fourth Sunday. Each memberIs
Rev. W. M. Davis, pastor I Rev. James E. Hendon,pastor anniversary sermon. The en- president Mrs Cherrye Boyer Choir No. 2 will be In charge asked to give the pastor a
Donella Turner, reporterThe I George A. Ingraham,reporterThe tire membership is Invited. chairman. of class meeting Tuesday penny a day, for one year,

Young Women's Lea- The time Is 3:00 p.m. Auxiliary Board No. 1 will night. Steward Board No. 1,2, which is $3.66.

gue will meet Thursday 7:30 men have agreed to The superintendent of the celebrate its 8th Annual Tea, and 3 will meet Sunday at 4:00 On Thursday, Oct. 3, Brother
p.m. we're asking the mem- make an all-out attempt to Sunday School will hold a spec- Sunday Oct. 13 at430p.m. p.m. Mrs. Sarah A. Jones is Anthony Davis left for San
bers to please be present. raise from ten to fifteen thou- ial te a c her's meeting after in the lower auditorium of the chairman.The Antonio, Texas where he en-

The Senior Matrons will sell sand dollars so that the churchcan Sunday School, Oct. 13. All church. Mrs. Matilda McPhee, women are working to- tered the Air Force.He is ask-
dinners Saturday at the church.We obtain some of the goalsit teachers please be on time. president. ward the observance. of Wo ing the prayers of all.

are looking for your sup- has been per suing for some- Business of importance.Let The Gospel Choir will spon- men's Day. Don't forget the sick, shut-
us continue to pray for in, members of bereaved
port.Fellowship time. menaresellingdinners sor a Luncheon and Fashion
service Sunday, the our sick and shut-ins. When MT. families boys intheArmServices
every Saturday at Show at Burdines No. 2, Hi- CALVARY -
Oct. 13, at 3 p.m. Rev. J. W. church. You may place your possible send a get well cardor biscus Dining Room West and those of our family
Rev. S.Atchison pastor
Stepherson will deliver the orders: by phoning 6918732. make a phone call to them. Flagler St., third floor,Saturday Phyllis Beal, reporter, and friends who are in the hos

sermon. General chairman of Men's Oct. 26, at 3 p.m. Dona- There will be a Tea the sec- pitals.
We continue in pray for all is Brother Nathaniel
Day Nor- ZION
HILLRev. tions $3.00.Mrs. ond Sunday In Oct., sponsored
our sick. And to our visitrs,
are always welcome. James Pickett, pastor ChristUee Cooper, by the Pastor's Aid Board.A CHRISTIAN
Let us make a special effort t Dinners are sold every Saturday president; Mrs. LouiseShorter continued rummage sale FELLOWSHIPRev.
; at the church.The deaconess chairman will be held at the church.
to visit dc
correspond or
NEW BETHEL BAPTIST some kind, deed for our sick,. board will be in charge Let us pray with and for our Items of interest will be ex P. S. Brown, pastor
of the sale Saturday. sick and shutins.CHRISTIAN hibited. M. L.Nixon, reporterThe
Rev. W. K. Smith, pastor and shut-in members. This Prayer service each Tues- Please pray for the sick and second Sunday, Oct. 13,
also holds true for
Alice Irving, reporterYou our mem- day at 8 p.m.All members are shut-ins. is Youth Day. Rev. Allen T.
are invited to attend a bers who are presently bereaved Turner will be the
: urged to attend, Visitors are SCIENCEA Prayer meeting every morning
Tea at the home of Deacon and welcome.Our Thursday. speaker, Miami Gospel Keys

Sister Sam Jackson, 2420 NW annual Men's Day will r will render music, Mr.Beverly -
with serious
.152nd Terrace in behalf of person a Chapley from NorthwesternSr.
CHRIST EPISCOPALCanon climax Sunday, Oct. 20. The can be compared to SHILOH
Men's Day. chairman Deacon Perkins with High School and many
The Junior Choir invites you T. R. Gibson, rector the cooperation of the mem- someone having a nightmare. Rev. A. M.Griffin,pastor others will appear on the pro-
the Antoinette Silva,reporterOn There Is a need to be awakened. Cheryl English, reporter
to their anniversary on bers are planning to make this gram.
second Sunday in October.Let Friday, Oct. 11,at 8 p.m. a memorable day. The dream that we are cut Rev. F. L. Johnson and con- The adult usher board has

us come out. They need our Mr. Thomas Anderson will Let's not forget to visit and off from God's goodness and gregation will convene at the on a paper collecting projectto
a record hop at the care can be broken. Listen to church Sunday at 3p.monbe-
support. sponsor pray for the sick and shut-ins. aid the building fund and the
There will be a Tea at the church featuring disc-Jockey Sister Gordon is confined in "One Element of Christian half of the Deaconess anniversary president, Sister Rose Munlin
Fred Hanna.Admission 35$, Healing," Sunday, Oct. 13, at .
church in the dining room Magnolia Hospital, Opa-locka: is asking all members and
Don't miss this happening 1:45 p.m. over radio station A sale will be at the homeof
turday, Oct. 12,aU p.m.sponsored Sisters Scott, Paris, McCrayand friends to please save your
by Deacon Williams in WMBM. Sister Doris Robinson all She will
Ramsey are still on the newspapers. gladly
behalf of Men's Day. You are On Sunday, Oct. 6,the Rabbi sick list. "The law of the spirit of life day Saturday, phone 636-3434. have them picked up at your
invited. and members of Beth Judea in Christ Jesus hath made me All Juniors are asked to be place.

You are also invited to attend Temple presented altruitically REVIVAL AT free from" the law of sin and present Saturday at 5 p.m.for Pray for the sick and afflicted -
a Tea at the church, Oct. toys galore to the childrenof death. This verse from Romans rehearsal. everywhere.
I 19, sponsored by Usher Board our church. This act of MT. PILGRIM Is the Golden Text of the

No. 3.Let. amity was greatly appreciated. Monday night after the second Lesson-Sermon titled "Are Women's Day At Mt. Zion AMEThe I
continue in prayer for Sunday the Mt. PilgrimM Sin, Disease,and Death Real?

the sick and shut-ins. Walter B. Church, 6617 NW 7th Members are invited to hear ladies of Mt. ZionAME orable worship day.There will

t, Mallard at home;William Reed The Building Fund Contest Is Ave, will start one week revival a tape-recording Oct. 17, at 8 invite everyone to attend our be dinners served by the men
in North Miami General Hos- now in high gear.The contest- meeting. Everyone is in- p.m. Visitors are always wel- 15th Annual Women's Day observance of the church. Again you are

pital, Charlie Wood and our ants are not only thriving for vited. Rev. Jordon Fergusonthe come at our Sunday and Wed- The morning speaker invited to worship with us Sun
pastor. the fund raising but for the coveted revivalist.Rev. nesday services.Mr. will be Mrs. Lenette Pen- day, Oct. 13. Morning service

r Sympathy to Sis. Lee Jack- title of "Churchmen of James W. Everson, Roundtree, Miss Callo- nington. The day has been begins at 11 a.m.

son whose brother was killedin the Year." Support someone pastor, Sister Barbara Gilbert way, readers; E. R. Williams planned carefully and It is hop- Rev. Milton Fayson,pastor,
an accident. and get into the swing reporter. reporter. ed by all,that it will be a mem- Mrs. Hazel Ford, chairman.


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Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor 5431 SW Laity Sunday Observed At
Evelyn Souter, reporter Mayo 268 NW 48th Street Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor
West Hollywood Rev. F. L. Carter This is
pastor Sunday "Laymen'sSunday1
Usher Board No. 2 will be-
gin their anniversary Fridayat Blondie Elder A. Ford, pastor There will be a Musical pro- and our Wednesday Church of The Open Door ,

8 with a Musical Haggins,reporter i gram Friday, Oct. 11 at 8 p.m. night bible study group is in
pro- Thursday
night is young ;sponsored by the No. 2 Choir. charge of the morning ser-
gram and will climax Sunday at ;people's night.Saturday ;Everyone is Invited.Refreshments Rev. Harold D. Long, pastorA. are the church. Clergy and
vice. We are happy to have our
3 p.m. with Rev.Douglas Cookof night, Oct. 12 the E. McNeal, reporterThe laymen together are called to
will be sold own Elder J. D. Faniel bring-
Jordan Grove Baptist i Son's of Faith will church observes Laity be "his servants in the ser-
a Friday night by the No. 1 Ush- ing us the message of the
Church, delivering the message musical program at 8:00. i er Board. morning.The Sunday with Rev. Jack Cas- vice of men."

The public is invited. Sunday sidy, Metropolitan Minister of
Oct. 13
at 3 Dinners
are being sold Saturday fourth Sunday of this
Refreshments after the 3 Rev. the Southeast Coast Associa-
p.m. Stanley and I Family Thank Offering
congregationof "
by the Juniors, spon- month is "Youth Sunday, and tion
i New and the Florida Confer- Boxes will be
service. Baptsit Church will be :sors are Millicent Hicks and the youth will be in charge of distributed to

Our annual Men's Day will In charge of service. Also on I Daisy Murray.Our the service. ence of the United Church of members of the church during

be the fourth Sunday. ;Sunday night the Southern Revival will begin Mon Beginning the first Sunday of Christ as guest minister. Rev. the service.This offering rep-

please tune in Sunday at 9 Trumpets will render a musi-
"the House of (cal program at 8:00 p.m. of Atlanta area from Detroit where for bers of the Church of the Open
a.m. during A Ga.,will be our anniversary for our church.
and Tuesday night, Oct. 15 Rev. bert" program enjoy our public is invited Please come out and bring a ister
own "Spiritual Melodies' J.\ J. Williams and congregation friend each Sunday of this of the Mayflower Congregation Church of Christ In the area
will be in Church. He is a of Home and World Ministries.
charge of the Let
us for
in songs. pray the sick and month, as we prepare for this
graduate of Anderson
please pray for world service. i shut-ins and for world peace. inspiring occasion. the Oberlin Collegeand Laity Sunday will continue

peace. Visitors are always Wednesday, Oct. 16, Rev. Graduate with a LaitySeminar held by
School of
Young and Theology.
welcome. congregation of Mt. Women's the United Churches of Christat
Zion AME of Opa-locka, at 8 Day Laity Sunday traditionally is the Miami Shores Community -
observed by lay people con-
ST. MATTHEWS At New Macedonia ducting the service. The com- Church. Mr. T. Willard
Fair executive director of the
mitted ,
that worked out plans
Rev. A. Randall,pastor MT. SINAI Rev. Roscoe Jackson,pastor for Laity Sunday discussed the Greater Miami Urban League.

Annie Vassar, reporter Willie J. Beard, reporterThe will be one of the participants
meaning of the term
Laity or
The youth will be in chargeof CleoAlbury,pastorB. In this seminar.
Boney, reporterOur women will observe Loas In depth. Loas means the
services Sunday morning.
youth will be in chargeof their Fifth Annual Women's whole people of God, or the The public Is Invited and
is invited at 6700
The public
regular order of service Day Sunday. Mrs. Beatrice church. This definition stems welcomed to all services at
2nd Ave. !
NW Sunday morning. Waldron of West Palm Beach from the fact that lay people the Church of The Open Door.
The No.2 Choir will observeits
will be the
The Thanksgiving Club ex- morning speaker,
anniversary the Third Sunday -
a selection
tends thanks to who willberenderedby
in this month. They are everyone FRIENDSHIPRev.
helped make their the famous Southland Singersof Carver
project a
to them in this
asking Join
success. z J. E.Jenkins,pastor

annual celebration. Sunday night is The Ruby Lee Carr, reporterWe
The Deacon Board will meet Song evening service will begin Ranches
splration time Hear the with Sister are looking for all our
: i Sallie Carline
this Saturday night,at Brotherand
choirs of the church render
Sister Ghorinton's home.! service in song, also J. D. i Church as the speaker and Sis. starting Oct. 14. With News |
Please don't forget to visit
Allen and the Cavaliers. i Christine Waldon of the Chris- our ushers in charge on that By Walter BowejThe
the sick and pray for them and 1
will feature the Six
night they
The Fellowship Club will I tian Voices will appear on program ,
the bereaved families meet in the annex Friday, Oct. | Trumpets along with other tal- Ladies Auxiliary VFW

JORDAN GROVE 11, at 7:30 p.m. An invitationis .- ents of the city. Post No. 8195, will meet Sun-

extended for membership. Oct. 15, the board of con- day, Oct. 13 at 5 p.m. at the

Brother Miles Johnson is in MARIAN MARGARET FINDER trols In charge with Rev.Ros- post home on Pembroke Rd.
Rev. Douglas Cook,pastor . General Chairman
Hialeah Hospital.Sis.Lee Etta coe Jackson and congregationof Members please be present.

Eddie Gilbert, reporterThe Thomas lost her aunt.Condol- Macedonia Baptist Church. Don't forget the Friday and
men will observe their10th Come out and see our women
ences may be sent in care of and other Oct. 16, the Mission Saturday night Fish Fry. Be
annual Men'sDaySunday, women display the
her at 1395 Wabash St., Bar- charge with Rev. C.J. Bur- our guest the public is invited -
Oct. 13. A premen'sdayprogram theme for the day, "Christian Mrs. Addle James
ton presi-
Fla. and congregation of New
has been planned for you Women Walking in the New-
Mrs. Ruth Scott
Let us continue to sprad Providence.Oct. ,
this Friday night, Oct. 11. ness of Life.
; some sunshine to our sick, 3 4 la 17, Choir No.1 in tary.
Speaker for the morning is
The Carver Ranches Fire
shut-ins and bereaved fami- charge featuring the outstand-
Rev. C. W. Phi 11 i e s of Ft.
Sis. M. Margaret, Pinder, ing choirs of the city. Department meets every Mon-

Lauderdale; evening speaker lies.All members are asked to chairman, Sis. E. Louise .Oct.> 18, Choir No. 2 in day at 8 p.m. Members pleasebe

is Rev. R. M. Bell of Perrlne. consider"the\ spiritual nourIshment Jackson, cochairman. charge also featuring out- present. Walter Blatch,
Come and hear these great men .
1 and growth of the standing choirs of the city. president.The
There will be a Battle of
of God, and help the men of Clean-up Campaign
Jordan Grove put this program 1 church by prayerfully participatlng Songs Friday, at 8 p.m. between Sunday, Oct. 20 our fellow- ended about two weeks and it
in all of our worship ship day will climax with the
over. Deacon Sidney Parrish 1 Choir No. 1 and Choir really helped. The area looks
services. .... .......... women In charge in the morn-
is chairman and Brother Ru- --- No. 2 of Macedonia. Come out better, lots have been cleared,

dolph Daniels is cochairman.The MRS. BEATRICE WALDRON and see these choirs battle to ing. Guest speaker Mrs. I. C. plans have been made.Thanksto

ST. LUKE . Morning SpeakerST. Mickins of Mt. Olivette.
No. 2 Usher Board will[ the finish. the Chairman, Mr. Hof-

sell dinners all day this Saturday Rev. L.J. Lee, pastorS The men in charge in the fenines, Rev.Green,presidentof

in the dining room. C. Whack, reporter PAUL evening. Rev. Paul Freemanof the Home Owners Associa-
Please stop by and treat yourselves Looking for a place to wor- Zion Hope, guest speaker.We tion, Mr. MarkChapman, Mrs.

ship Sunday, then come out to Invite you to attend all of Mary Saunders, Mrs. McKiver

The .Male Chorus will begin, St. Luke AME on 59th St. and Rev. T. Amos C. Kelley, pastor Rev.Elizabeth F. L.Wright Johnson reporter, pastor these programs. the Ways and Means Committee. -

1st Place, where old time Mary ,reporter Thanks to all captains,and
the celebration of their 7th an- Our Fourth Quarterly Con- There will be a Fish Fry at
and is heard workers who took off
preaching singing
niversary Thursday Oct. 24, the church this many ,
ference will be held Friday, Friday and Saturday ATTENTION
twice a day.Baptism on Saturdays to help make this
with preaching services fol- Oct. 11, 8 p.m. the pastor is night, sponsored by the
Sunday 11 a.m. We campaign a success.
lowed with a musical program, Pastor's Aid Club.
all boards and clubs to
of A 11 interested concernea,
on Friday night Oct. 25, and I acknowledge presence On Wednesday Oct. 16
have their reports ready. ,Rev. and civic-minded citizens are
Mrs. Sweeting from Friendship | DELIVERANCE IS HERE
concludes Sunday, Oct. 27 at i There will be a meeting of Mac a n and congregation of invited to attend the next"bal .... t--- |
and Julia Delancis. ; '
j : 7.
3 p.m. with various groups of Get well wishes are extended the C. A. GIbbs Club, Sunday, First Baptist of Opa-locka will lot power poll". meeting Mon- : .) -

the city singing BrotherLewis to Mrs. Gussie Jones and Oct. 13, at the church businessof be at our church, in behalf of ,day, Oct. 14, at New Covenant
Nesbitt is president.ST. importance 5:30 the pastor aid club. ,
p.m. at
Mrs. Hart. ;Church, 1221 NW 43rd St.,
The Willing Workers will On Sunday, Oct. 13,at 3p.m. j'8 p.m. Your participation is

NEW HOPERev. hold their regular meeting the pastor Is asking the entire urgently neededl!

.. MATTHEWS Sunday, Oct. 13, at 5 p.m. In church to accompany him to

W. E. Sims, pastor the annex. New Shiloh, Rev. A. M. Griffin '

Loraine Fuller, reporter Remember our sick and pastor. Also Tuesday, at 8 LILLI C. EVANS

Friday, Oct. 11 at 8 p.m. shut-ins and pray for their re1 1 p.m. to Valley Grove, Rev. J..

there will be a Musical Program covery. Torrence, pastor. In spite of the inclement

in behalf of Usher's i Our prayers are extended to weather on last Thursday

Board No. 1 anniversary celebration ZERUBBABEL ,the sick and shut-ins. Visitorsare night, the parents and citizens

DAY SUNDAY always welcome. of Lillie C. Evans Elementary

Sunday Oct. 13 at 3 p.m. School attended the first meet-

d the climax for the celebrationof i To the entire Masonic family FAMILY LIFECONFERENCE ing of our Community Council

No. 1 Usher's Board 33rd' and friends. You are cor- in great numbers.Once seated,

Anniversary will be here,Rev..,dially invited to attend Zerub-I( OCT. 17 all were entertained with at theLIGHTHOUSE

Samuel Atkinson will preachthe i babel Day Sunday, October 13 songs, from various classes, TEMPLEOF

anniversary sermon. All at Masidonia Baptist Church, The Family Service annual and Introduced to the new DEUVERANCE

are welcome.Let 3515 Douglas Road, Coconut Family Life Conference will; members of our staff. God If on the move, each

us continue to pray for G r 0 v e. Parade starts 2:30 be held Thursday, Oct. 17, at Mrs. Lois Anderson,president night In miracles, signs, and
the Everglades Hotel. This wonder As Bishop M. T.
the sick and shut-ins, the bereaved p.m. from corner of Thomas | presided over the meet- Wheelers went forth last
it's a two session one day
j and mankind every- Avenue year ing which was organized by week with the laying on of

i meeting. hands, Signs began to fol'
where. Mrs. Hazel Wilcox, school
C LORD C'SAT The Family Life Conference
| chairman of our parent com- low, souls were reclaimed,
enables Family Serviceto bodies were healed, and
achieve two essential pur many were delivered In the
soul stirring concert of )Mrs. Paschal our new pr in-
It facilitates the nev rending name of the Lord Jesus
Sunday Oct. 13 we will l poses.
gospel music featuring the C \ cipal, was Introduced to theplI'ents Christ. If you hay. conditions -
pastor of
observe our "Guest Sunday"servics C. H. Smith, task interpreting the
Rev In bodies, habits
Lord C's is to be presented and expressedherap- your
at 11-a.m. There will be a musical program agency's program of servicesso that you would like to move,
13 at 3 at for having been
Our speaker for the morning Wednesday night before Sunday, Oct. p.m. that they are widely known!.preclation try God. H. Is the answer

will be Rev. Lester C.Al I( fourth Sunday of this month Kelly's Chapel United Methodist and may be used by people of I given the opportunity to serve for you, come to the services -
the Church 7105 NW 15th the community and Lillle. C. and b.
Dept. ,
bert, owner and director of f sponsored by the Jr. Dade County who need and want
Avenue Evans Elem. School. time gospel singing each
Oct. 12 begin- to them.
House of Albert Funeral I Saturday,
on night by Mother C. E. Wheel
will be The Senior Usher Board, Before the meeting was ad-
Home. at 11 a.m. dinners It serves the purpose of focusing she plays the
ning ers as organ
We invite our many friends i sold at the church, preparedby Mrs. Nellie Tyson, sponsorand attention upon the fami- journed, several guest were and sings. You will be

and visitors to worship with L Usher Board No. 1, Brother our pastor, Rev. W. H. particularly, upon the im- Introduced to the audience, blessed through the an.
Please patronize Butler, invite all me tubers and pact that change and the some of whom were Mrs. nolnted voice of this woman
us president. pace
hoping will receive a
profound you Nixon, them 420 NW 40th St friends to come out and be of change which exists in our Clarice Littles, Mr. Ezekiel cf God. Preaching each
enlightenment. the sick and
for spiritually awakened and inspired Burrows Mr. Joseph Ander- night. Bring
to pray has the ,
Let us continue society today, upon watch the Lord heal.
son and Mrs. Doretha Payne.
family and its basic tasks.
Rev. N, F. Clark, pastor the sick.

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MAIL EARLY TO ARMED FORCES OVERSEASPostmaster ",..' 'w <\... '(

city to the overseas bases on
E. M. Dunlap Mr. Dunlap suggested mailing ma ling periods are suggested a space-available basis paid at ,'. '" .-'

t. reminded residents of the dates for Christmas parcels : the surface rate. ,.
f Greater Miami area today that to members of the Arm- .j" I
. ((3)) PAL (Parcel Air Life- ) while it may seem like a long ed Forces Overseas. In this (1) Surface transportation Oct. 28 Nov. 30 Parcels ,\.1.,. ,
time to Christmas, to those Instance, "Armed Forces Oct. 14toNov.9.(2)SAMSur-( ) ( marked PAL pay regular parcel .'T'f\:
! peole with sons,relatives and Overseas" includes personnelof face Airmail) Oct. 21 to Nov. post rate to the United, '.
friends in the armed forces, the Armed Forces, mem- 23. Surface airmail includes States port plus a flat charge (;I'.<
t particularly those who are bers of their families and parcels going to an APO or of $1.00 for air service from {':
overseas! the time to mail United States civilians em- FPO address. These parcels your city to the overseas base. ,-
Christmas parcels is actually ployed overseas who receive should not exceed five poundsin These parcels must not exceed t.
I short insofar deadline dates their mail through an APO or weight or 60 inches in length 30 pounds in weight or 60
for mailing them is concerned. FPO, New York, San Francisco plus girth. They will be air- inches in length plus girth.

or Seattle. The followingSAN lifted from the APO or FPO (4)) Airmail Nov. 30 to Dec. t: t If
11. < !

Postmaster Dunlap urges .t.,
that every effort be made to '
mail overseas parcels at ( : "
'4a} the earliest possible time. It
is absolutely necessary to include "w
the five-digit APO or
FPO number in the address.
Without this information, the
address is incomplete and the
e G parcel undeliverable.To .
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in good condition,special care home Sunday, Sept. 29, Cpl. Thrower spent a four-
should be taken to wrap well which was a day after his teen month tour In Vietnam,
and Include sufficientpaddtng. birthday, from Quonset Point, there he servd with r Co.3rd
"Remember, your package is Rhode Island. At Quonset Battlion 5th Marine. He is a
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1wiTELEEMERSON several certificates, mer student FAMU. His
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Willie E. Williams, brother of tour at Quonset Point Naval Thrower of 6044 NW 5th Ave.
John W. Watson, son of Mr. William M. Moss, son of Mr.
Mrs. Rose A. Mobley of 2940
NW 70th Ter., and MissAnnie and Mrs., Elijah Hymes of 1370 and Mrs. William C. Moss of

Williams of 1255 NW 58th Ter. NW 61st St., Miami, has com- 22315 S.W. 108th Ave,Goulds, VISIO MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE

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Mrs. Prince Ferguson of 634-7233
SW 218th St., Miami,has completed 650 NW 45th St., Miami, has
11260 SW 188th St., Miami,has ALSO:
basic training at Lack- completed basic t r aining at
completed basic training at land AFB, Tex. He has been Lackland AFB, Tex. He has FURNITURE WATCHES RADIOS
Lackland AFB, Tex. He is now assigned to the Air Force been assigned to the Air Force APPLIANCES
Technical Center at Technical Center at CLOCKS
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equipment repairman. Airman craft maintenance specialist.
Guire AFB N. J. Airman
Jones is a 1967 graduate of Airman Lumpkin isa 1968
Francis is a 1968 graduate of W.T, WELLSCOMPANY COSMETICS SUNDRIES
Mays Jr. Sr., High School, graduate of Mia mi Northwest-
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Mrs. Henry Wright of 14340 Mrs. Ethel L.Williams of 3083 Dora B. Bradley of 1139 NW

r Carver Dr., Miami, has com- NW 59th St., Miami, has com- 77th St., Miami, has completed REQUIRED .
pleted basic training at Lack
pleted basic training at Lack- basic training at Lackland
land AFB, Tex. He is now assigned -
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Wright, a 1967 graduate of Miami ialized schooling as a fire pro- Airman Reed is a 1968 grad- 45 N. W. 54th STREET
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 11, 1968 27

Will Poor Be

Represented When SALE

Back Humphrey
Approximately 5592 NW 17th Avenue
Metro Takes Over EOPI ? 50x 100

Excellent Location Sacrificial Price
Muskie TicketWASHINGTON Zoned C-2
(What will the participation of the poor be on
Most Retail Businesses Can be ErectedFor
the board of directors of the Economic Oppor-

D. C.- The following statements have tunity Program, Inc. of Dade County, when the Appointment:
been issued by key Negro leaders urging support of Vice agency is taken over by the county in February, Call 758-3106
President Hubert H. Humphrey and Sen. Edmund S. Mus- 1969 How much participation will the poor or
In their their representatives have in the under
kie campaign for President and Vice President. program
county administration? These and other,ques- Call _NF 4-1290
Aaron Henry, chairman Loyal Democrats of Mississippi tions are answered in this first of a series of after 6:00 p.m.Open .
: articles on the change over.
"We are building a new day in '
Mississippi. A day in
ff i !+jjyiS: gSrmin "'
which all people --black
people, white people, poor peo- The poor or their representatives must be I
and properly represented 7 8 A.M. to 10 P.M.
ple everybody -- have to Days-
something about
say what Is on the board of EOPI when the agency Is taken over by
happening to them,to their communities and to their coun- the Metropolitan Dade County government, Mrs.Marie S.Carl, The Best For Less At
try. Our battlefield Is the
political system. Our weapon, EOPI Executive Director told the Miami Times this week. :
the votes. We need your help. Join us and Hubert Hum-
phrey and Ed Muskie in the battle for freedom for black "According to Section 211 (b) of Title Hof the 1967 Amend-
people. Arm yourselves with the best weapons of all. Reg- ments of the Economic Opportunity Act, at least one-third of
ister and vote. You've got to register before you can vote. the members of the board must be persons chosen in accor-
Then in November, vote Democratic for Hubert Humphrey dance with democratic selection procedures who are poor or
and Ed Muskie and let's win this battle together." the representatives of the poor in the area served,' said Mrs. '

Charles Evers, National Committeeman, Democratic The principal representative board may not have more than
Party of Mississippi: 51 members, and it generally has fewer members.
"We've been fighting for freedom in Mississippi for a
long time. Freedom for everyone, black and white, rich "The Act, however, allows the number of representativesof
and poor, not only in Mississippi, but all over this coun- the poor tobe in excess of one-third of the total board membership -
try. The battle this year is being fought in the election ," she continued.
campaign. Our allies this year are Hubert Humphrey Although representatives of the poor need not themselvesbe .
Ed Muskie. Together we can win this battle. Together, If poor, Mrs. Carl said they must nonetheless be selected in
we register and vote. My brother was killed fighting for a manner which Insures that they truly represent the poor. i'I._
the right of black people and white people of this country. "In fact, the Act requires that the representatives of the
Dr. Martin Luther King and my friend,Bob Kennedy, both poor shall be selected by the residents of the target areas

died for this same right.We've got to carry on the fight in
which they fought so brilliantly and died for. We can do "Although all residents of any such area participate in OVER 40,600 CARS SOLD
this this year by registering and voting.Do it now. Register the selection process, special emphasis and attention is givento
and vote democratic for Hubert Humphrey and Ed Mus- insuring that those residents who are poor participate fully Most Recent
kie November.. Thank you.' in the selection process," Mrs. Carl added. Survey

Julian Bond, member of the Georgia State Legislature; The number of representatives to be selected from each tar- Shows 51 % Repeat
chairman, Georgia Loyal Democrats: get area, in relation to the total number of representatives of
"I want to urge all . .to become registered voters in the poor on the board, should be reasonably proportionate to
time to vote in the November 5 general election. In that the number of poor persons in the target area as comparedto And Referral BusinessMUNICIPAL

election we have a choice between the policies of reactionand the number of poor persons in the community as a whole.

the policies represented by Vice President Humphreyand AUTO SALES AND SERVICE
Senator Muskie.Your vote is going to count. Your vote "There must be a maximum possible involvement of the low-
could be the vote that makes the difference between this income groups and individuals to be represented.Carl FLORIDA'SAUTOMOBILE
said. "This is vital to the community stated in the conceptof
country moving backwards or moving forward.hope that "
you and your neighbors and your friends and the people .
down the Among the selection processes that may be utilized, either ,
street all turn out now to become registered to
vote on November 5 to vote to put the Humphrey-Muskie alone or in combination, are: SUPERMARKET!
team over the top." (1) Nominations and elections, either within target areas, or
within the community as a whole. AS ADVERTISED ON TELEVISION

Ben Brown, member of the Georgia Legislature,Vice- (2)) Selection at a meeting of conference to which all neighborhood THI CAR YOU lUT TODAY
chairman, Georgia Loyal Democrats: residents, and especially those who are poor,are invited IMMIDIATI OIUYIiri

"I am encouraging each of you to become a registeredvoter .
so you can participate in the November 5 general (3)) Selection of representatives to a community-wide board 500 CARS!
election . We Americans have a great decision to make by members of the target areas or targetarea boards who
this whether Americans have a are themselves selected by area residents.
year. We will determine
great decision to make this year.We will deter mine whe- (4)) Selection, on a small area basis (i.e. a city block), of 15 YEARS-SAME LOCATION!
ther American will move forward or whether Americanwill representatives who in turn select members for a communitywide 14 coumovs JJUSMIN TO "" YOU

stand still. I feel that you must register and you must board. ALWAYS HONDftEDS OF 1955'sTHRU
((5)) Selection of representatives,either directly or for mem- 19'.', TO CHOOSE FROM
vote that
for Humphrey and Muskie In order to assure con-
tinued progress of these United States." bership on a neighborhood board, by existing orgainzations
whose membership is predominately composed of poor

Clarence Mitchell, m. Maryland State Senator: persons. AUTO
"This is Clarence Mitchell,m, 28yearoldblackStateSenator "This list is not Intended to limit the variety of selection MUNICIPAL
from Maryland, urging you to register now and processes that may be used,' Mrs. Carl said. "Any demo- SALES & SERVICE
then vote for Humphrey and Muskie for Vice Presidenton cratic selection process which insures maximum feasible participation -
November 5. Martin Luther King, Senator Kennedy, of the poor is potentially acceptable."
Medgar Evers and many others have died for the right of "In all cases attention must be given to the fair represen-
black people to vote. Their efforts will not have been in tation of significant minority groups within the community," 3061 N.W. 36th St.

vain if you register and vote November 5,for Vice Presi- she concluded." ECONOMY MER-31U N.W.. 36th STREET

dent Humphrey and Muskie. A vote for HumphreyMuskieis ':00 ..M. TO 19 P.M.
a vote for Freedom. Remember, register andvote and NEXT WEEK: The status of the EOPI staff. I OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK

the choice is yours. Dou't and the choice is theirs. We

need every vote Every vote counts. Vote, baby, vote and
sock It to 'em." Airmen GraduateSAN

The Mini-Brute presents
Channing E. Phillips, Democratic National Committeeman ANTONIO. Airman

"I for am the Channing District Emory of Columbia Phillips:, the first black man to Larry Minnie G.L.Griffin Griffin, son of 6620 of Mrs.NW the short payment book.

be nominated for the Presidency of the United States in a
21st Ave., Miami, has com-
major political party --and it happened in the Democratic
basic training at Lack-
Party. It happened because black people used their vote in
land AFB, Tex. He has been
that Democratic Party. assigned to the AirForce

"On November 5, the vote can be used again to vote for Technical Training Center at
Hubert Humphrey and Ed Muskie,candidates for the party Lowry AFB, Colo, for spec-
that produced a black nominee. Or you can stay home and ialized schooling as a photographic
help Nixon or Wallace who have dismissed the black vote. specialist. Airman
Griffin is a 1966 graduate of
"But you can only vote If you are registered. You must
Northwestern High School.
register in the next, few days. Register so you can voteon

November 5." door Sedan
James Hutchinson, chairman, the Original New Breedof SAN ANTONIO. Airman $249 $4911Per
Chicago. Ernest Hardnett, son of Ralph Down Mo,for 36 Months

"We are urging every citizen to register and make your Hardnett Miami, has of 1201 completed NW 64th basic St., Bulck's new Opel Kadett 2-dr. Sedan.
vote count. We are not going to tell you how to vote, but if
training at Lackland AFB, TEST DRIVI ONE TODAY AT-
you do not vote for Vice President Hubert H. Humphreyand Tex. He has been assigned to
Sen. Edmund S. Muskie for President and Vice President the Air Force Technical
then you can be sure your vote is not going to count." Training Center at Chanute Sheehan

Jackie Robinson, former Republican leader,also Issueda AFB, ni., for specialized BUICKENTIRE
statement of support for the Hum rey-Muski ticket.. schooling as an aircraft equip

Robinson, Evers and Bond are actively campaigning for the ment repairman. Airman 2300 BLOCK S.W. 8th STREET. HI 4-1661
Democratic leaders on speaking tours throughout the Hardnett is a 1968 graduate of
country. Miami Northwestern High Open Mon.,Wed..Fri.,'til 9 PM end TueS.,Thurs.. Sat.,'til.6.PM

School. ,

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I r with. 1 Florida A&M Beats South Carolina State 25-3 I

Spearing .......i
TALL AHA SSE E.-Ken night to lead the Florida A&M The elusive Riley proved to were held for three plays and
Riley threw one touchdown Rattlers to a 25-3 victory overpass be too much for the Bulldogsas then field goal specialist Hor-
and ran for two Saturday South Carolina State College. he scrambled all over the ace Lovett kicked a 40 yard
I f '. '4 field dodging would be tacklers field goal t o make it 100.
Ji\f with his patented scramble.He Less than two minutes after

&ijI completed 13 passes in 21 attempts the field goal,White recoveredhis
for 164 yards and scor- second fumble at the Bull-

I BY HARRY SPEAR J ed on runs of 11 and one yards. dog 10 yard line.

For the first seven minutesof After a loss of one yard,

DOLPHINS SHOW 'IMPROVEMENT the game, neither team Riley swept left end for an 11
Gr could move the ball.Then Rat yard scoring run, and the Rat
The Miami Dolphins who are undefeated at indoor footballnow
tler defensive guard Gerald tlers led 17-0 at halftime.
seek their first regular season night outdoor victory --
White recovered a Bulldog
hopefully at the expense of the Buffalo Bills.The two meet Saturday fumble on the A&M 33 yard The Bulldogs got on the
night at the Orange Bowl. Kickoff is 8:00 p.m., and it is line. score board in the third quarter -

the last night game of the season in the American Football, fum- when James Terry kickeda
It was the first of two
League. 37 yard field goal.In .
bles that White would recover
The Dolphins having upset the Houston Oilers, 24-7, this that would lead to touchdownsfor the fourth quarter, FAMU
past Sunday, in the Houston Astrodome, have moved into third the Rattlers.In played control ball and allowed -
In the Eastern Division of the AFL and will need victory
place a : 10 plays, the Rattlers the Bulldogs only nine
t i'I"t tt
over Buffalo to maintain this position.Two moved the ball to the Bulldog plays. Ninety six of the Rat-
features of the Houston triumph were the running of 18 yard line. Riley then hit tlers 154 rushing yards came
rookie backs Jim Kiick and Larry Csonka and the general lift split end Melvin Jones for the in the last quarter as halfback
given the club by the return of three regulars -- right corner- score. Jones made a leapingone Hubert Ginn and fullback

back Dick Westmoreland, defensive tackle Ray Jacobs and hand catch to make the James Owens riddled the Bull-

tight end Doug Moreau -- from the ranks of the injured. score 6-0. with 2:04 left in the dog line with short and long
.. Kiick and Csonka each carried 26 times against Houston, first quarter. gains.
Kilck, a star the past three years at the University of Wyom-
Midway of the second Quar- Ginn was the leading ground
ing, getting 104 yards, and Csonka,everybody's allAmericanlast ter, A&M punter Dewitt An- gainer for A&M with 105 yardsin
season while performing for Syracuse, got 82 yards. derson punted 59 yards to the 21 carries. He also caught
Csonka scored one of the three touchdowns, going over left
state eight yard line. Three five passes for 64 yards.
guard for two yards as a culmination 55-yard drive. Kiick,
plays later the Bulldogs had to Next Saturday, FAMU takeson
besides his great running, caught three passes. punt,out,but could only managea conference foe AlabamaA
The defense was directly responsible for one of the TD's
27 yard punt and the Rattlers & M in Bragg Stadium. The
Houston.Linebacker John Bramlett picked a Houston
against up
were in Bulldog territory at Rattlers are now 2-0 and the
fumble on the Oilers 20, ran to the 10 where he lateralled to
the 32 yard line. The Rattlers Bulldogs 02.
safety Willie West who went the remaining distance. (Bram-

lett also intercepted a pass later in the game, and played ex-
defense - -
cellently on ).
The other touchdown came on a 50-yard piss((48-yards in GOVERNOR ROOTS FOR FAMU RATTLERS .

the air)from Quarterback Bob Grlese to split end Karl Noonan, Governor Claude R... Kirk Jr. of Florida posi-

and the other points were contributed by rookie Jimmy Keyes tions himself on the sidelines of the Florida A&M UMYTIME"
who made three conversions and a 31-yard field goal.
Rattlers during the of the
Among the defensive stars against the Oilers was strong University opening game
safety Dick Anderson, rookie from Colorado, who made six season. Governor Kirk established the fact that he

tackles, broke up four passes, and was credited with one in- is a staunch Rattler rooter cheering the Rattlersto

terception. a 48-0 victory over Allen University. r

Buffalo has a record of one victory and four defeats. Their ,By PHIL DIXON
victory is to be remembered. ..37-35 over the New York Jets
the team that leads the Eastern Division.They have also been

hit hard by injuries, and have been playing rookies at many Wildcats Top Albany State;

key positions. The Bills quarterback is Dan Darragh (who Baseball is finally over, and a most exciting series it was.

took over for injured Jack Kemp), and the rookie from William Face Kentucky StateThe To 'Bullet' Bob, my congrats on his record performances.For .
and Mary has connected on 47 of 116 passes for 565 yards and .
two touchdowns, and has had six interceptions Like Miami, you Dolphin fans,you finally had a little to cheer about.
their two top rushers are rookies.Fullback Ben Gregory, from Bethune-Cookman Col- season total of 47 points last I still think the team needs a little more SOU L.
lege Wildcats, 2-0 for the sea- year when he led the Wildcatsin
Nebraska, has carried the ball 50 times for 268 yards (an '
The of last week saw'a lot of them that didn't
son will take on the Kentucky the games go according -
scoring department
average of 5.3 yards) and halfback Max Anderson from Ari
State College Eleven in Frankfort Willie to the script. I was most surprised, like everyone
Benjamin a 210
zona State, has gone 169 yards in 49 tries. Rookie flanker ,
Saturday Oct. 12. else, to see the Generals go down in defeat to Hialeah.
pound fullback from Belle
Haven Moses, all America last year at San Diego State and
Buffalo's number one draft choice, is the leading receiver with The touted Wildcats ram- Glade, also scored two Be- The local B.C.C. fans should talk to the Athletic Director
20 grabs for 287 yards and one touchdown. med across 19 points in the thune- Cookman College and make sure that someone get the results of their games on
first half and went on to down touchdowns.The .
the wire, so they will know them before the next week.
ANOTHER SIFFORD COMING UP Albany State's Rams 32-0 in a strong Wildcat defen-

football game in Georgia Sat- sive unit held the Rams to only Like a lot of scribes I had a lot of wrong games last week.
Curtis Sifford, nephew of tour regular Charlie Sifford,fireda turday night. Coach Jack Mc- 16 yards rushing and five first
Scoreboard: High schools 22-9 (.742)); Colleges 10-2 (.833);
one-under-par 71 Monday on Doral's Blue Monster to take a CIa ire 's Wildcats in
n were downs. The defense known as"Tanks'
A.F.L. 10-5 (.607)); N.F.L. 15-9 (.617). Perhaps one week fll
Wolff in the American Professional
one-stroke over Randy command the whole
game. Terrors" for Coach
come up with all of them.But, that's why games are played, to
Golfers qualifying tournament. Alfred Heyward, aJackson- Lloyd "Tank" Johnson, has make writers predictions wrong.
ville sophomore, ledtheB-CC allowed only 61 yards In two
FIRST NEGRO A GREAT ONE AT UM attack rushing for 157 of the games.
Wildcats 241 yards ground Leading the Wildcats defen-
One of the nicest stories on star UM end Ray Bellamy, I total, while scoring two touch sive unit was Winston Mack,a Edison over Miami Beach Too many Raiders

have read appeared in the Hurricane Alumni Newspaper-- by downs on an eight yard run and middle guard from Marietta, Central over Miami Springs Close, but the Rockets should
Steve Benspn and Nick Caraganis. This is a story worthwhilefor a six yard pass from senior Georgia, with 10 tackles and win by a nose

reproduction, and here It is. quarterback, Clewis Wright, five assists. Coral Park over Columbus The Rams roll
Tm gonna play my heart out for Miami. When I'm on the of Hastings. The two touch- Sharing the defensive spotlight Carol City over Norland Th Chiefs remain on the warpath

field Pm thinking about football and nothing else . I'm out downs boosted Heyward's was Alvin Wyatt,Jacksonville South Dade over Curley The Knights Just don't have it

there to win." scoring total to 41 points in who intercepted four North Miami over Miami High The Stings get stung again
And win he does. Ray Bellamy, the Palmetto Cyclone from two games as compared tohis passes for a school record. Coral Gables over Klllian A dog fight, but the Cavs should
Lincoln Memorial High has successfully made the difficult task
come through (G.O.W.)
of emerging from Frosh football to the tough varsity ranks.
Mays over Key West A tune-up for the Generals
Even tougher because Bellamy is the first Negro to play
PRE-SCHOOL PROGRAM AT DADE PARKS Hialeah over Northwestern The season gets longer for the
varsity football at UM. Bulls

"Freshman ball is like high school; everyone is equal. When Special play school and preschool Cost of this eight-month Palmetto over South West A toss-up, X
you hit the varsity it's a different world," Bellamy said. At programs for children program is $40, which can be

first, things made campus life hard for the 6'5", 212 lb. flank are being conducted at 11 municipal paid in full at registration or COLLEGESBethune
er- he received threatening letters from guys who think the parks by the Recrea- in installments.

Civil War is still raging. Bellamy laughed at them and reflected tion Division of the Miami Cookman over Kentucky State The 'Cats keep on
"I save them (the letters) for my scrapbook." Parks Department. Pre-school class hours are rolling
When asked about teammate Dave Kalina Bellamy stated, 9 a.m.-noon Monday through Florida A&M over Alabama-Real easy
"He's a great person; exceptional ball player. Everyone gets Registration for play Friday except on regular Florida over Tulane The Gators growl.
along with him and he really enjoys playing for UM." school, for four and fiveyearolds school holidays. The program Miami over L.S.U. The 'Canes bounce back.
Bellamy who said he was "quite nervous" before the 28-7 is Oct. 10 and 11, from continues until May 23, 1969.
romp over Northwestern, fared quite well for Dave Olivo. 9 a.m. to noon at Dixie, Eliza- PROS

"Pve got to give credit the offensive line and a good pas beth Vlrrlck, Grand Avenue,
Manor, Moore and Lynwood AFL NFL
line wouldn't have
ser. Without that offensive I caught "" -- -- -- -
four passes. Just catching the ball isn't everything . Olivo parks Miami over Buffalo Baltimore over San Francisco

is one helluva quarterback guy whose knees were shaking. He This free program will include Kansas City over Cincinnati Chicago over Detroit
44 all from senior New York over Denver Los Angeles over Green Bay
gra bbed four passes good for yards, rhythms, art, basic
quarterback and deserves a lot of credit," Bellamy praised. crafts, field trips, reading Boston over Houston Minnesota over New Orleans
Everyone is anxious for a successful UM season,but no one readiness and swim lessons. y Oakland over San Diego New York over Atlanta

desires it more than Bella my."We have a good squad, capable Classes start Oct. 14. t Dallas over Philadelphia
of beating anybody we play.I look forward to playing one gameat F Washington over Pittsburgh
a time. . th bis the best way. Don't try to look ahead," he Five-year-old children can Cleveland over St. Louis
reflected. be enrolled In playground pre

Asked how he felt playing opposite Kalina, Bellamy said, school at Grapeland, Kinloch, High school defensive player of the week: Rudy Daniels Carol
"We work as a team. I wouldn't care if I never caught a pass, Robert King High, Shenandoahand City Chiefs.

as long as the team wins. Pm happy when that last second West End parks. Regis- HelloI'm!! Ted Mickens, High school offensive player of the week: Silvio Cardosa -
,, clicks off the clock and Miami is winning." tration and starting dates are Appliance Salesman, for Hialeah Thoroughbreds.Local .

It seems that after his opening performance last week that the same as for the play school W. T. GRANT Co., 9 E. sportsman of the week; Esme Bain.

the letters might stop, racial differences disappear, and the programs.The Flagler.We have everything
emergence of a ballplayer with real potential will develop. pre-school classes are from color T.V.I to auto Starting next week, ril try doing a little background on the
"Now that the nervousness is notasbadas it was, I guess I open to children who will be washers. Come in. I will be high school players of the week.Some of these fellows are entirely -
can study and sleep a lot better," Bellamy sighed. Sweet five years old on or before Jan. happy to serve you. different off the field.

dreams Ray, you earned them. 1, 1969. Til see you at the games.
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 11, 1968 29 '

HumphreyProposes WHAT CAN I

ProgramTo -

suffer siony. Get ORA-JIL. In IM- Public
my .rods you jet relief from throbbing' tooth- Accountant
PovertyWASHINGTON The Concentrated Employment Program of Jailor; cm ache..pain.. Put on-pain's oot. Until you Income Tax .. Notary
your dentist do it mlllloni! do-
Economic Opportunity Program, Inc. is new use OIA.JIL Recom.mend.a .. ......... Phone 1633-3735
D.C.-Vice and it must be built from the bottom demands GOOD CLOTH .Aik by pharmacist many din'lists. for:".".. ,:b? ,y 5264 N W 24th Avenue

president Hubert H. Hum- top flight talent to gain employment LATEST STYLES 'orajelUPHOLSTERY.'=.'J S. L. McNEAL
phrey proposed a broad pro- for the hardcore disadvantaged residents of the Bookkeeping & Tax Service
of Job opportunities,im- PANTS $10.95 up 1730 NW 57th Street
gram Model Ci
ties Area.
social insurance and Wee seek a dedicated,com- 1080 NW 54th Street AL'S UPHOLSTERY 691-2114
petent person for the following job: 5509 NW 7th Avenue
welfare programs, con- 759.8907
sideration of supplementaryincome CEP Director. Salary $14,316 per year. M.A. De- ASK OUR CUSTOMERSEd REALTORS
maintenance "to ensure gree preferred with experience in manpower pro Bridget
Jimmie Beacharn BROWN.REALTY
that no American will grams and at least 5 years of administrative experience Vernon Roll 4740 NW 7th Avenue.
have to live in poverty." in a position of high responsibility. Jams Wonra 754.0655. '"
James Dixon
In a statement, the Vice Preferencefor residents of Dade County Model Frank Blue
president said: "For the first Cities Area.Send Edward Blue
resume to Mr. James R. Philip Bethel .
since the world began, a i CONTRACTORS .2
Jackson E- Aaron Wiley
-P-1" 395 NW 1st St., Miami
this nation--has
nation -- Robert Reed J. H. COPELAND .. ;
Fla. 33128 ,
call for
capacity to do away with the or appointment3794516. Harry Cochran CONSTRUCTION.. '

conditions of poverty. The Michael Michael Mobley Williams Generp* C'ntroctor ,
Humphrey Muskie Adminis- Raymone Fullard 2937 :NW 48th Terr*** t'

tration will achieve this long- JOHNNY LEE REAL ESTATE Leonard. Washington ThompsonW. Addition 634-6233, Flormb.drm,both
sought goal. ... ,
790 -- "
NW 54th
Street p t
Phone 758-9921
He said his Administrationwould : PANTS MADE IN 5 DAYS

act to: ((04)) Pe/IJIQ : minute and
((1) Provide job opportunities -
through sound economic tlteet, nOli half.
a :.someone
policies and training programs $12,000, $100 down. 1757 NW 46th Street BRYANT'S

which incorporate incentives calls AAMCO
for part-time work GARAGE
and onthejob training wellas WILL BUILT TO SUIT 4382 NW 32nd Avenue Every week AAMCO tttisfits more
4340 N.V. 7th Avenue than 10.000 transmission problimt'You
backstop federally funded Beautiful lots. Call today. Only 10% down. 6354210LOUNGES Wend, Florid. get free towing, a free road'chtch .
fast efficient t rvic.-most
community work programs
limit in just one day And with
those who do not find work even EARL'S ZEBRA LOUNGE ARMCO your transmission can bt,
after training. 4400 NW 7th Avenue protected by over 500 AAMCO C.n
Earl Edwards, r ten coast to coast
(2)) "Strengthen our social Prop. Every minute and a half. .
insurance system to moderatethe DRESS SHOPS prove

loss in earnings due to retirement For Sale PATRICIA'S INC. You can rust yourtransmission

death, disability Rock Bottom Price 5843 NW 17th Avenue to AAMCOI
temporary unemployment.This Beer and Wine ,License
would include an increasein LORY'S FASHION SHOPS
Good Income Over $2,000 Per Week
Social Security benefits and 6112 NW 7th Avenue 0. P7 TRANSSitSSIORS
and standardization $3,000 Down Cash Martin W. Smith
an increase WE WIRE FLOWERS
E-Z Payments 11/I.",,'. L....... T'....'..,.. a/Kd/.ie
unemployment compensation ANYWHtKfc
4999 NW 22
((3)) Change and reform the PHONE: 635-3090 (TF) MORTUARY Cod. 305 MIAMI
public welfare system "to 5253 NW 7th Avenue
provide decent, dignified Income 754-068 or 754-0682. 754-8061 64H.E..20THST.PHONE .

for those unable to work MANKER-MILTON
758-4371 MWIt
6701 NW 15th Avenue
and earn the means for inde- "
tit HIDING ITS BCAUTTI 691.9151 .
pendence." WITHOUT - -

In addition, Vice President t o a. CUSTOM MADE ifiv LAUNDRY & WE'VE MOVED!!!
Humphrey said "the Hum- % PLASTIC FURNITURE CLEANING :
phrey-Muskie Administrationwill SLIP COVERS WILLIAMS' Magic: City & Harlem Cabs

give serious and early CRYSTAL CLIAI TAILORS & CLEANERSDay Operating the Citgo Service Station
consideration to such mm CAU prac- e LONG UTINntl 4842 NW 27th Avenue NEW
tical alternatives as may be e .PVUV UAIANTIIBlimn MIISTANT P.honel634.9251 L I UI NW 62 St.
proposed by the President's

Commission on Income Main- nAIIItIJWI._ -. ..CIA ,t r t lMteSYit WINDOW REPAIR NEW .
tenance, seeking a system of I"" IN tee t It HENRY'S WINDOW SERVICE PHONESERVING
supplementary Income main- .AeINYI' fall IITI MATlf I Install, Repair Windows,

tenance which assures that no e CIIMIMf All v.lln. SPECIALIZING eau Operators, Screen, GlassLlc.nsed THE BROWNSVILLE DOWNTOWN -
IN PLASTIC oe Free Estimates
below the poverty level."

House ol Gretchen PAINTING -

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We. Buy 538-1340 Property I AUTO INSURANCE STAR* WORK tJWr( VET TV .


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Completely equippedAir SERVICE FIRST 846 NW 2NO 9 TO 9
Conditioned. Large 1
Clientele.For lease no I INSURANCE AGENCY
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available because ofdoctor's JI AUTO INSURANCE

retirement. I JIM LEVINSOM, I t Immediate SR-22 Filings -

379-6834 Low Monthly Payments

Guarantee CLEANER

Special Price Auto

PITTS Same location for two generations
.$1588 Liability PhysicalDamage
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Newly opened 2 wand CordCrevice FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION little as Earn money with little work.
Tool I NO OBLIGATION 15% flOWN Wash house earn while you sleep

6621 NW CALL ANY TIMECall6851564 AT SHELL'S CITY Financing availableLow a
(South Door)
down payment from $3,000. Call at once.

Groceries & Fine Meats ABC Sewing Center, 12910 NW 7th Avenue Phone:754-4951 AGENCY 374-7785 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

and Fresh Fresh Fruits Vegetables All credit cards and charge plates accepted. 5941 NW 7th Avenue

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t 18 UNITS CBS 25% RETURN Neighborhood 29th & 30th Avenues

1' r 14460 NW 22nd AVENUE 48th Terrace & 50th Street
> ; Cash above 1st mortgage of $36000. Selling RETURN THE IMPORTANT PAPERS
' ; price only $62000. Payments $300 month. 6% RECEIPTS AND BUSINESS RECORDS Model I at

: interest. Will carry 2nd mortgage if necessary. PLEASE!!
5917 S.W. 63rd Street





693-4772 AniWer CALL 635 -3177 : CLOSING COSTS

FHA-CBS, 3 bdrm, 1 bath, !liv, K, din area, porch FULL PRICE $12,900
cpt., $12,000, $700 down, $98 month pays all. I
FHA-CBS large house, 3 bdrm, 1 bath, LR, din Greater Miami
rm, K, Ut, Rm, cpt, closed front porch, Bor-B-Q, I 3 bedroom 2 bath, CBS at 2105 NW 56th St.
fenced, $15,200, $750 down, $99.77 month. Freshly painted inside and out. A real bargain at
$12,500, $750 down and $110 month pays every. Realty Inc.
bath Flo LR ,
FHA-CBS BEAUTY-3 bdrm,2 rm, thing. Vacant. Move right in.
din rm, K, Ut rm, gar., stove, refrig., w/w carpets,
., $21,000, $1,775 down, $136.76 month. NO RED TAPE MOVE RIGHT IN! PHONE: 444-6133

WATERFRONT HOMES MUST BE SEEN Large 3 bedroom home on beautiful fenced lot.

Gorgeous 4 bdrm, 2 bath, 2 car gar., asking $35,* I Flea room, enclosed porch, new roof, awning win
000. Make an offer.A dows, special pump and well 'for lawn, carpeting, MIAMI TIMES ADS PAYEABTERN
real Charmer, 3 bdrm, 2 bath, gar., extras. stove, refrigerator, air conditioner. Bargain at
$26,000, $5,000 down. $10,000, $1,200 down and $103 month.

Very neat 3 bedroom, 2 bath frame home at 720
NW 53rd St. Large Fla room, large open fornt
porch, garage, wall to wall carpeting, cornices, Eastern Airlines invites to complete an
you op-
((1)) 2973 NW 61st St. -1 bedroom CBS, Fla drapes, stove, refrigerator, air conditioner. Price plication for future job openings here in Miami. It
room, No qualifying, $500 down. only $10,000, $2,500 down and $100 month. is not known, at this time, exactly when these

bedroom CBS $350> positions will be available. However, we currently -
((2)) 2981 NW 171st St.3 ,
down $104 all. SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS wish to consider qualified applicants for these
Nice 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS, terrazzo floors, future openings:

((3)) 3 Units. Near 30th Ave. & 52nd St. $995 jalousie windows, awnings, wall to wall carpet- Part-Time Ticket Agents
Ing, large fenced yard. FHA bargain at $13,500,
down. $125 month. $450 down and$90.10) month.Our( Opa-lo-.ka num. Applicants must possess a high school or
ber is 624.3666)). General Equivalency Diploma, be over 21}
((4)) bedroom, 2 bath,frame. $995 down, $100 years of age, will l l i in g to work shifts, and

month. WILL SELL FOR FHA VALUATION possess above-average pose and appearance.

Modern 3 bedroom, 2 bath, CB S on large corner Part-time Agents work up to 30 hours per
((5)) 2 bedroom CBS, $73 pays all. fenced lot. Tile roof, awnings, jalousie windows, week and are frequently required to work on

central heat, stove, refrig. Bargain at $14,500 weekends and holidays. Foreign language
FHA, $450 down, $97.01110. Opa-locka 6243666. fluency (Spanish) is desirable.


.Beautiful 4 bedroom, 2l,bath CBS,.like n.wl) Giantsize Applicants must possess a high school diploma -
: (or GED), be over 18 years of age, will- kitchen built-in
I garage, range! '\
FORD REALTY Inc. ing to work shifts and possess above-average
garbage disposal, terrazzo (floors, central heath
jalousie. windows, circular drive,. sliding 'doors, mathematical aptitudes.
Broker to patio* Air conditioner, Outstanding buy at Stenographers

3639 NW 15 Ave. 635-4595 $19,000 FHA, $900 down and $124,98 !month, Applicants must possess a high school diploma -

or (GED), be over 18 years of age, take
WILL SELL FOR FHA VALUATION shorthand at 80 correct words per minute,
Lovely CBS in new area, Opa-locka. Tile roof, type 50 correct words per minute and be well
awnings, jalousie windwos, wall heat, fenced,
King Realty Inc. of Miami landscaped grounds, stove, refrigerator. FHA above average in both spelling and grammar.

price $13,000 $400 down and $87 month. *
Aircraft Power Plant and Maintenance
'KlngSiz. Bur."DCALTORS: 8000 NW 7th ,
ISOUR ?*** *et Ave. Outstanding 4 bedroom, 2 bath home with
KINGDOM every. Applicants must be at least 18 years old,
thing Screened in 33x16. swimming pool, 44x12
CALL dovered patio, beautifully landscaped fenced in possess a high school diploma (or GED),
693-2831 grounds, built-in kitchen, dishwasher, central available to work rotating shifts and possess
heat, awnings, jalousie windows, sidewalks, etc. from two to four years of recent similar ex
FHA price $23.500, $1,700 down and $150.52 mo. perience relating to the position for which
they apply.
Lovely 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS, Florida room, Apprentice Mechanics
screened in rear patio, terrazzo floors, awnings, Applicants must be at least 18 years old,
jalousie wind, ws, sprinkler system with its own possess a high school diploma (or GED),
well and pump, fruit and shade trees, stove, refrigerator available to work rotating shifts, and pos
4040 NW 181 TERRACE 3 air conditioners with heat as well as sess above-average mathematical and me-
Gorgeous 3 bedroom, 2 bath, built-in stove and oven, cold, wall to wall carpeting. Seller will sell for chanical aptitude.
extra large carport, sprinklers, well and pump, car FHA valuation (Applied for). Aircraft Cleaner
Applicants must be at least 18 years old,
1869 NW 84STREET have several choice modern income properties possess a high school diploma (or GED),
Lovely 3 bedroom, carport, fenced. FHA terms. ((5 and 6 unit) in best locations that you can buy and available to work rotating shifts.
.. FHA terms. $100 down to vets. with very reasonable down payment. If you are
looking to live rent free and have income. too, If you are interested in completing an application / -
NO QUALIFYING please come in and see us. These are tried and please complete the coupon andmail it to:
3145 NW 193rd TERRACE proven deals)
Gorge, us 3 bedroom, wall to wall carpet, central
heat Fla built-in andoven WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES -
room, range garage,' EASTERN AIRLINES
awnings, well, pump and sprinklers. $102 mo. YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR MIAMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
1050 NW 9 Ut STREET

2 bedroom, 2 bath, lovely area. $111.00 month i r-----------------------------
pays all. j MT-0

8151 NW 22nd AVENUE Mr.'Mrt./'M! First Name Lost Nome

Restaurant equipment already In.Co II us forterms and BROKER Address _______________. I
r key. 4932 NW 7th Ave. No. Street I II

HOMES FOR AS LITTLE AS $100 DOWN PL 9.4371 : City Stot.--Z-;
homes for being displaced .
We specialize persons Position I
Y. a. In Urban Renewal area, Miami Housing 16000 NW 27 Ave --------------------------1 ForEASTERN II I)
Projects. Veterans call to see if you qualify
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2 or 3 bedroom apartment
cleaned, decorator folded and ,
r- duplex or house. NW section starting salary plus
15 WORDS 08 LESS SI.50. rehung. Lustra-tone Drapery Co is Ion.
5C FOR In mm ,Progressive
EACH ADDITIONAL Liberty City prefer
WORD Service, 887-8022. (bidet) near
L D ..ADLIN FOR CLASSIFIED. Elementary School. 691-2783. salary increases, unlimited
... P.M promotional opportunities,5
I Why not in your spare time 'day week, paid holiday and

FOR SALE HOME AWAY learn to play the piano. Call paid vacations, good pen-
SALE FOR SALE FROM HOME 6356737. Call anytime. sion plan,f.ellf. insuranceand

LOW DOWN PAYMENT Sacrifice Must sell. Dry Tourist AccommodationsDo WIN A WIG free hospital Insurance.
House for sale Opa-locka Cleaning agency. 444-2144. 895 901 NW 91st St. IN- have friend Have a .wig party and win a Apply: National Linen Service '
a or re-
Bunche Park, 15830 NW 18th. VESTORS SPECIAL-10 CBS lavtivt you visiting? Beautiful free wig. call 754-5401 for in- 1950 NW 1st Avenue..

Ct. Ph. 587-1388, Ft.Lauder- Store at 2967 NW 62ndSt.Zone rental units, partly furnished, private horn for rtnt.Doll formation.Nov.. 1)
dale. (Oct. 11) B-3. $75 per month. Call 624- drive situated on lot 166' x 147' I basis.Air cond.,wall/wall I y
by do not disturb ten-
8839. after 4 p.m. 1st and last ants then carpet, all utilities lorn. SPECIAL
FHA VAandConvsntional contact us for all
months rent. Including garage, TV &
CBS like new, anybodycanbuyif Stove. Like new. $55. Refrig- the details on this money maker Phone. MIAMI INTERVIEWSApply
I 111! Aetna
qualified or non-qualifed and erator, good condition $20. 811 NW 54th Realty(Broker) Shown by Appoint. Call 9
assume existing mortgage. 759-6026. Mornings. 5724 Street. Ph. 757- a.m.to5 p.m. 691.5283 or NOW to arrange your personal
Midwest Realty, NE 5-8035.. open 7 days. Evenings & Weekends: interviewon

5499 NW 27thAve. (Oct. 18) Lot for sale. Lot. No. 9-10. FOR RENT 66-2538
Block 45.Nassau Village.Rev.N. Furnished room in private (N29)) Thursday, October 10; Friday, October 11; or

4225 NW 168th Terrace F. Clark, phone OX 1-5614. home. Single man. Phone 696- Saturday, October 12
Carol City. 3 bedrooms 2

qualifying, by owner. Total FHA price only $16,500. $600 Rooms. Men. 18th Ave. NW83St. $1300.00 Down

price$13,320.$2,000 down.$97 down, $109.78 month. 3 bed- 6346602. NO CLOSING COSTS
month. 624-4016. FLIGHT LINE MECHANICS
room CBS, modern kitchen NW 41st Strttt '
(Oct. 18) with appliances car Furnished room in quiet home. Lovely 2 bedroom CBS, JOURNEYMAN LEVEL KNOWLEDGE. APPLICATION
utility room and Man only. $12. 6932838.1012NW Fla room. Hurry. This will
NW 44th Street pool and patio area. Wall to 75th Street. sell fast. YEARS MILITARY OR COMMERCIAL EXPERIENCI
Drive by this very nice 2bed- wall carpet, 2 air conditioners * (PREFERABLY ON MULTI-ENGINE AIRCRAFT) WITH
room home, plus sleeping close to schools, busses, Room in private home.Middle $100 DOWN FHA REQUIRED.
porch, excellent condition, shopping. TUBIN REALTORS. age or settled lady. 633-7998. ((221 certificate) STRUCTURES ASSEMBLERSMinimum

fully carpeted, price only$9000 ,- 7906 NW 7th Ave. 691-4785. NO CLOSING COSTS aircraft structures assembly
with down FHA Room 5900 NW 5th Avenue years
$300 or
private home for a
experience' desirable, including ability to read
Vets. $100.A.Ben-koriReal- LIKE NEW DUPLEX clean working lady. Middle age Nice 2 bedroom, air cond. blueprints, and to drill and Install close tolerance
tor, anytime 759-2425. CHOICE CLOSE INAREA preferred. 691-0425. CBS, large lot, near stores bolts and fasteners.ASSEMBLY .

2 bedrooms each side, tile and school.

1042 NW 37th Street roof, terrazzo floors,awnings Room in private home for neat INSTALLERSMinimum

3 bedroom, 2 bath home, very windows, built-in kitchens, working woman. Phone: 635- ALLAPATTAH REALTY two years aircraft experience: In attach-
large, CBS, Large carport, sprinkler system, building 4078. Realtors 633.0426 ing and locating hydraulic, electrical and mechanical -
units aircraft. Must have ability to read
front porch plus 1 on
large open only 5 years old. FHA terms,
sketches and technical orders. Prefer
bedroom rear house, all for $800 down. $118.76 month. Spacious room, furnished with .
$18,500 total down $400.Vets TUBIN REALTORS, 7906 NW telephone. Prefer man. Call heavy hydraulics experience.FINAL

FHA $700. Hurry for this one. 7th Ave. Phone 691-4785. from 5:30 p.m. 633-4334. ASSEMBLERS/STRUCTURES

A. Ben-Kori,Realtor,.anytime FOR SALE GENERALThree

759-2243. Like new, freshly painted inside Rooms. Men. Cooking and TV years aircraft experience in sheet metal fab-

and outside, sparkling 634-5627. Good Investment rication, installation and repair of completed air
DUPLEX $1,500 DOWN hardwood floor, 3 bedroom, 1 HELP WANTEDCash craft. To perform aircraft modification and/or
7 YEARS NEW bath CBS Florida room.Fenc- INCOME PROPERTYN. overhaul and repair. Must have ability to read

2 bedrooms each side ed yard FHA $13,300, $300 in on the big fall and ( W. Area complex blueprints, sketches and technical orders.

$19,500 TOTAL down. $89 month. Veterans or Christmas selling season.
Live one side, pay$40 for rent displaced person $100 down. Part or full time. Call 633- $50,000Net HYDRAULIC AND PLUMBING

Call ELMORE REALTY Atlantic and Pacific Realtors 6682 evenings 7 to 9 p.m.N. $12,000 a year INSTALLERSMinimum
448-6563 666-0411. ( 1)) three years aircraft experience in instal*
I I SEE CULMER I lotion of hydraulic: and plumbing equipment. Must C

CBS 2 BEDROOM OPEN HOUSE GIRLS, 18-25, Willing to learn' : :. have ability to read plumbing charts and diagrams -
$600 DOWN $79 MONTH trade free to I blueprints or1 other authorized documents.
Sunday 2 to 5:30 p.m. 8930NW ,New York I MIDWEST REALTY I
Call ELMORE REALTY 15th Avenue. Modern CBS 2 Chicago, and return. Please :
448-6563 bedroom 1 bath Fla. room, call Mr. Booker, Traymore I
carporte, tile roof, hardwood Hotel, 531-0331, Miami Beach I 635-8035
$600 DOWN for 5 BEDROOMS floor. FHA $350 down $90 between 10 a.m. and 6p.m.for : (Nites)633-3735 I ) electrical and three electronic years experience wiring systems installing and equip-ale

PRICE $16,500 month Veterans or displaced interview. I II (Oil) ment. Must have ability to read complex blueprints -
$127 MONTH 1 1/2 BATHS person $100 down.Atlantic and I wiring charts, and technical orders*
Call ELMORE REALTY Pacific Realty 6660411. Real estate salesman.Experi

448-6563 enced. 758-9921. .1 MILLING MACHINE OPERATORSTwo
years apprenticeship training program back
ROYAL DRIVE-INN, 6840 NW Pretty CBS 2 bedroom 1 bath BOYS, 18-25, Willing to learn CO. ground preferred, plus minimu m two years recent
15th venue. OX 1-0544. FHA room. Garage, hardwood trade, free to travel,New York experience as a machine operator on vertical and
floor on NW 68th St. Near MI- Chicago, and return. Please Route horizontal milling machines. Ability to make own
435 NW 58th Street CBS du- ami Ave. Fenced yard, nicely call Mr. Booker, Traymore set-ups and work from complex prints to close tol

plex or could be 3 bedroom, 2 landscaped. Fine neighbor- Hotel, 531-0331, Miami Beach SalesmanSalary erances.

bath, stove,refrigerator, FHA hood. FHA $450 down $97 between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. TOOL PLANNERS

value $16,000 No closing month. Veterans or displaced for interview. while Minimum two years tool planning experience In

costs, $600 down (Vets $200)), person $100 down. Atlanticand training development of Assembly, Sub-Assembly, Detail

$106.34 monthly rent one Pacific. 666-0411. Beautician wanted. Good loca- Must be 21 or over Tool, Product Design, specifications and characteristics
live in other free. This one tion. Call 751-7449 or 691- of materials used in aircraft manufacturing.

won't last bring deposit to- SWIM IN YOUR OWN LAKE! 9392. (Indef) and a resident of Ability to diagnose and eliminate tooling delays.

day. Aetna Realty (Broker), A truly distinctive home for theGreater
811 NW 54th Street, Phone: those who want the best.3 bed- OPERATOR WANTED Miami OVERSEAS OPENINGS for

757-5724, open 7 days. room, 2 bath, large Florida Brush N' Kurl Beauty Salon, Area LOCKHEED AIRCRAFTINTERNATIONAL
room, beautiful view on the 1524 NW 62nd St. Air-condi- JIDDA, SAUDI
3520 NW 177th Terrace-huge water. Only $1,400 cash down. tioned. Ph. 691-9436. Apply in person at: ARABIA

2 bedroom, 1 bath, Florida Pan Am Realty, Realtors, (Oct. 11)) 301 NW\ 29th Street C-130 Hercules experience as General Mechanics,

room, stove, refrigerator, 1749 SW 8th St. 373-4716. CHILDCAREFree between 10 a.m. Guidance, Communication, NAVADS, Calibration,
air-conditioned, fenced yard, and 3 Pneumatics, Fuel l Systems, Instrument Repair, Qual-
drapes, carpets, washing ma- 3 BEDROOM. lunch for table feeders. p.m. ity Control, and AGE.

chine and more. FHA $14,000 2 bath, custom built home,this 633-4330. i Monday through Friday

no closing costs .- $450.00 youmust see,'very nice area, RELOCATION ASSISTANCE AVAILABLE FOR QUALIFIED .
down(Vets or 221 people$100 large home, $18,500 total Retired fse will give your APPLY ...

down) monthly $93.56, act $700 down. Vets $400. A.Ben- Infants and toddlers FLORIDA STATE EMPLOYMENT NOW AT SEKVId

now! Be first! Aetna Realty Kori, Realtor, anytime 759- loving care in her home. Will LOOKING FOR A 1350 N.W. 12th Avenue

(Broker), 811 NW 54th St. Ph. 2425. pick up. PL 8-2900. BEAUTIFUL, LARGE Miami
757-5724, Open 7 days. (Oct. 11)
HOME? To arrange your personal interview witha

7517 NW 4th AvenueFantas- 2116 NW 96th Terrace-bed- '-mothers, If you are If so, this is itl! 2 bed Lockheed representative, who will
clean home good conduct interviews on Thursday, Friday and
for a ,
tic 3 bedroom, 2 bath,built-in room, 1 bath, no qualifying, looking babysister/ rooms, 2 baths, CBS, Saturday,

kitchen, central air and heat, $11,500 total price, try $500 whom food, experienced can trust, call us. with Fla room, modern October 10, 11 and 12 .._

carpets, drapes, dishwasher, down, CBS, tile roof, oak Day 633-6607 you ,Night 633-2002, built-in. fully tiled kit. If an Interview is inconvenient at this time, write
sprinkler system, FHA $22- floors, low, low monthly payment chen. All tot
633-2732. Free pickupanddelivery. this plus
500 move today on this one. a Lockheed-Georgia Office 2363
Seller pays all closing bidet Employment ,
Broker) 811 NW ( ) very nice 2 bedroom Court S.E. Marietta 30060.
costs if you can qualify for Aetna Realty( Kingston Georgia
the ultimate see us today! 54th St., Ph. 757-5724, Open Juanitas' Kindergarten is now CBS home in rear on Lockheed is an equal opportunity employer.THE .

Aetna RealtyBroker), 811 NW 7 days. open for pick up and delivery extra large street with
54th serviceFor further informa- EMPLOYMENT OFFICE IS LOCATED at the Intersection -
St., ph. 757-5724, Open parkway in center. Very
CBS 12350.. Mrs. of 1-75 North at Highway 280. Trav-
7 days. 9740 NW 19th Avenue tion call OX
convenient location.
eling North or South on 1.75, take the LOCK-
11/2 baths, cor- Jackson.
3 bedroom, Juanita
built-in (Sep 27) FHA terms, no closing HEED-Dobbins AFB exit and come one-fourth mile
410 NW 31st 3 bed- ner, fenced creampuff,
In costs. Drive by: 6948 to
room, fenced, awnings, no kitchen, no qualifying,$14,000 Child day care my
total tryIOOOdoWD,monthly Your child will be given the NW 5th Ave., then call751.2441EdisonReo
qualifying, $13,500 try $500 ,
down, E-Z monthly payment payment tailored to your bud- best of care Phone 759-8335. |-

less than rent. Don't let this get, Hurry! Hurry! Hurry! (indef.) ty, Realtors, 175 NW

one get away! 1 11 I Aetna Realty Aetna Realty(Broker),811 NW. ; Best of t 62nd Street. *
(Broker), 811 NW 54th St. Ph. 54th St. Ph. 757-5724, open 7 infants and toddlers. 8-9972. A Division of Lockheed AircraftCorporation
care in my home. P.L
757-5724-Open 7 days. days.

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