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Vol. 46. No. 8 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 18. 1968 15*




6 Teens Flee YoUtftiflh1Lav... I
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Juvenile authorities are facer, on the second floor of other boys two 16'
searching for six teenage boys Cottage No. 2 shortly before and two 15 years oldaccepted -
who escaped from Youth Hall 10 p.m. the offer
Tuesday night after two of Rogers resisted t and in a
Youth Hall officials said all
them overpowered guard and scuffle suffered a leg injury
six were dressed in white T-
took his keys. All the boys are which necessitated his removal -
shirts, blue Jeans and tennis
iv i suspects in armed robberycases. to Jackson Memorial
shoes, but decline to give
.
Hospital. their backgrounds.Miami .
According to Emanuel Hut- His two assailants took his
cheson, an officer at the Youth keys and opened all the doorsin police,however said

Miami City Commissioner Mrs. Athalie Range participated in ceremonies Hall, 800 NW 28th St., two 16- the west wing. One of the that all six were being held as

honoring noted architect Alfred Browning Parker (center) at the Annual Installation year-old boys grabbed Donald boys shouted "Anyone that Juvenile offenders in armed I,
Rogers, 40, a Youth Hall of- wants can come with us." robbery cases.
Banquet of the City of Miami Beautification Committee, where she

delivered the principal address. Chairman E. Albert Pallot, who was installed '

for the ninth term, (R) presents a citation to Parker for his leadership in : ", {,I South Dade Black .

better design, land use, and planning urban development in the future. ; ; 1

Mrs. Range was named this i week, as "Outstanding Woman of the Year"

by the Voters and Taxpayers League of Miami and Dade County.

'.- Students Want OutNegroes


I Blacks Get Only 22 SBA Loons I in South Dade have Southern Christian Leader-

given up on any positive action ship Conference, was the main
by the Dade School Boardin speaker at a protest rally
Black businessmen, who cutting througbsomeoftheap- Paul Wyche public affairs resolving the controversyand Monday night at Greater: New
have long felt that the Small plication red tape by providing director of the EOPI said that want out of South Dade Mt. Zion Baptist Church la
Business Administration was better communication and assistance no more than 22 loans to black High. Homestead. Steele told the

willing to do more for the Cuban bet wee n the ghetto businessmen have been made About 130 Negro students group "It is better to be militant -
refugees than for them businessmen and the SBA. by the SBA office,where loansto this week signed petitions ask at this moment history
told SBA officials Just that EOPI and OEO officials told Cuban businessmen num- ing that they be sent to all- than to do nothing."
Tuesday night. the businessmen that the community ber more than 70. MATTHEWS TO Negro Mays High. TheyaskedIn Odell Johns spokesmen for
The setting was a workshopon action agency would The Urban League and the August that the school stop the parents told the group
Negro business ownership provide the go-between per- EOPI pledge full support in PROBE RIOTS using the Confederate flag as black students are"psycholo-
the sonnel to help store owners helping to promote black entrepreneurship school
sponsored by War on Poverty a symbol Confederateband gically barred from learningand
and the Greater Miami apply for federal and private in the black Attorney James W. Mat- uniforms "Dixie"as the from social participationin
Urban League. loans. community. thews of the law firm of Mat- school song and "Rebels" as South Dade school activity.
Sitting in on the workshop thews, Braynon and Mapp is the school nickname. The School Board has dis-
with the black merchants were one* of two Miami attorneys White, students resisted the played a lack of leadership In
It representatives ,from the School System Human ,*Ifna"tled by the White House change and the dispute,in the, the problem. They have taken ?
|V Small 'Business Administration Tuesday to" direct ,research community has grown increasingly a hands off policy and left the
j the Community Relations into the Liberty City riot and bitter. solution up to the biracial
Board and Office of Economic Relations Seminar lues. related incidents of violence Rev. C. K. Steele of Tallahassee -, committee who seem to be jjj.

Opportunity regionals officials linked to the Republican National vice president of the a standoff. .-'
from Atlanta. Convention 'in August.
Dade, County's school system dinner session, at Holiday Inn
Robert is the
Store owners complainedthat cooperation with the Motel, 1350 South Dixie Highway other. Josefsberg 10.5% OF TROOPS IN

a more simple method National Conference of Christians Coral Gables. Thetwo attorneys returnedto i
would be devised for the SBA and Jews and Phi Delta Dr. Edward L. Whlgham, Miami Tuesday after a VIETNAM ARE BLACK
loan requirements. The bal- Kappa educational fraternity superintendent of schools,and Washington briefing.They will

ance sheets, profit and loss will sponsor a human relations Dr. Leonard Britton, asso- set up and staff a headquarters WASHINGTON. -The per- As of June 30, 13.7 per cent
statements and bookkeepinghave seminar ..here Tuesday Oct. ciate superintendent for Instruction to begin investigations in centage of Negro servicemen of the 25,616 Americantroops ..
proven too sophisticated 22. will lead off the the city's first such incident.It killed in Vietnam has dropped .killed in actioo from 1961 until
for the average ghetto mer- Keynote speaker will be Dr. event with opening remarks. is believed that black investigators slightly. Meanwhile the per- that date were Negro. This is
chant to fathom in order to Carroll F.. Johnson superin- Participating in panel dis- will be hired todo centage of Negroes fighting In a decline of .4 per cent from
qualify for a n SBA loan. tendent of education, White cussions following Dr. John- most of the gathering of infor- the war has risen a bit. the 14.1 per cent level of Negro -
Plains New York, a specia- son's address, will be repre- mation. battle deaths reported up
head of SBA's
Tom Butler, list in the field of human relations sentatives of Greater Miami These to the end of 1967.
South Florida division, explained Miamians Louis Hector and developments are reflected r
and sensitivity train Urban League, AntiDefamation in The ratio of Negroes serving
of the Paul Helllwell were named by a new Pentagon sum-
that was the to purpose find ways of ing. The seminar will begin at League ,of B'nai B'rith, President Johnson to lead the mary of Negro participationin in the Vietnam war stoodat
workshop: 2 p.m.;continuing through 6:15 Florida Council on Human Relations Miami task force and they in the armed forces.The sum- 10.5 per cent of the totalasof

National Associationfor turn requested Matthews and mary, setting forth the situa- June 30. This was .7 per
the Advancement of Colored Josefsberg as research co-di- tion as of mid-1968 became cent greater than the 9.8 per

Black Power Conference County's People Community, Metropolitan Relations Dade. rectors. available Friday. cent as of Dec. 31, 1967.

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Board American Jewish ------ ------ --

Head At Miami Dade Committee of the sponsoring and representatives groups.-


Educator prize- winning ment Association and Student
author and urban affairs expert Activities Office. Dade Seeks

... Dr. Nathan Wright, Jr., Dr. Wright t. is Executive 11$ ;
r will speak at Miami-Dade Director of the Department of 41Tm .
junior College North Thursday Urban Work of the Episcopal $J6J 720
October 24. Dlcoese of Newark, N. J. a ,
His 1 p.m.appearance in the lecturer in Urban Sociology at

J.F.K. Health Center,is sponsored New York Community College, Riot fundsMetro
by the Student Govern and a consultant ot the Department -
of Education at Upsala
College, East Orange N.J. commissioners Mon-
day authorized County Manager -
He was chairman of the
Porter Homer to apply
Planning Committee of the
for a $161,720 federal grant
1968 National Conference on l
for riot training Dade police
Black Power,in Newark.
i officers.
Dr. Wright holds five degrees -
The grant would finance a
among themaBachelorof training program consisting of
Divinity from the Episcopal simulating the events of a civil
Theological School, Cambridge disorder so that police can
Mass, and doctoratein evaluate the ways of handling THIS IS BLACK POWER
education from Harvard.For .
) !..' Ii a riot before actually being Steadily moving toward completion in Atlanta, Georgia is the Citizens
confronted with one.
i - :': "" his work "One Breed, Bank and Office Building located at Piedmont Avenue and
The will cost Trust Company
program
One Body Dr. Wright re-
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\: ( ," ceived the $1,000 first prizeof Metro $71,400 in "In kind" Houston Street. When completed it will be the most unique and modern build-

the Christian Research services meaning mostly. ing of its type owned and managed by Negroes anywhere in the country. Ac.

Foundation for the most dis-*-police officers' and adminis cording to L. D. Milton, president, and C. R. Yates, Board Chairman, the
than
tr tors' timenther
dingulshed work on a subject
Is scheduled for completion in 1969.r .
building
DR. NATHAN WiUGHT JR. relating to the Ancient Church. cash.






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More Than 200 Black I r--- BLACK IM PEOPLE OWN. . WANT COMMUNITYWarning OWN THING I I//J)


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Democrats Expected ( I.

an audience of 400 and talk with us," McKissicksaid. "you could call coexistence."
The black
at Hills- people have got
students and guests
To Win Office dale College In Michigan that termed third- party own to get their own thing" in their
He
he was "gonna tell It like it Is," candidate George Wallace,the .community, McKissicksaid.
Floyd McKissick, former top
former governor of Alabama, He said the next .
WASHINGTON. -(Special) legislative candidates. Michi- in 1969, Martin emphasized. administrator of the Congressof this country administration
for ,
"not the man formed
-A record-breaking total of gan and New York have 12 In addition to those seekinga Racial Equality said, "I'm "liberal's failure after the Nov.
more tn&ir.. QOflegrp D. q1 understand"
cratic c Ac Utes1r.: $ tJ vania and Ohio remain tied regular Democratic ticket white cat is president." to ghetto areas develop com-
ed tr,1n1 SU i orr Novem.; with 10 each. All are Demo- throughout the nation, some McKissick said neither he emerging politicalbase. merce and government. "it'sa
ber S, 'tvle' frii thPranks:ot crats. are candidates as independent nor CORE endorses candi- white man's problem and the
black public office holders to Democrats, and approximately white man better shape up and
more than 700. "1968 is going to see the 100 Negroes are seeking office dates. Speaking through"Adventures HillsdaleCollege's InIdeas" start flying right," he said.
most dramatic gain in black in Alabama in oppositionto Tm Just organizing the
The black Democrats will lecture series McKis-
office-holders in nearly 100 former Governor George C.Wallace's black man sowhoever is ,
hold new offices,ranging from sick advocated what he said
And state. president will have to sit down
years. for the first timein
constable
to United States I r ;
Congressman, with approxi- history, Negroes will be

seeking mately 50 offices new candidates in 32 states. able election to participate process fully no matter In the "If It Fits Wear It; If It Hurts You

what state they.live in," Mar-
In addition, hundreds of tin emphasized.
black appointees now hold key Throw It Away"Dr. NUKAIRMONEY I
positions from bureau chiefsto "As a result of the 1964
Cabinet Secretary and U.S. Civil Rights Law and the 1965 Granville M. Sawyer, strong need, growing out of dignified but relentless quest
supreme Court Justice under Voting Rights Act passed by Texas Southern University contemporary experiences, to for full participation in the
the present Johnson-Hum the present Administration, President discussed black seek a racial identity--black American process of demo-

phrey Administration, according Negroes will be voting, seek- unity, last Thursday morning, identity . cracy."
to Louis Martin, ing office and involved in campaigns in his address to the Univers He continued . the
Deputy Chairman of the Democratic in nearly every state in ity's Opening Convocation.An search for self awareness and Finally, "he told the near .._ e S
National Committee.New the union, and especially In the old Kenyan proverb, group pride can be a laudable capacity audience, "never
Democratic deep South," Martin said. "Try this bracelet: If it fits, endeavor; and thereby it is not stop learning, even in periodsof BACK
Negro wear it; but if it hurts you, inconsistent with the basic discord and disorganization .
Congressmen are expectedto The biggest single election throw it away no matter how purpose of a university that it . Let many ideas flow
win elections from St.Louis, gain this year will probablycome shiny," was the central theme contribute rather directly to through your minds, think
Cleveland and Brooklyn,along in Tennessee, where 10 of his brief speech. that search in curricular and them through to their logical
with Negroes seeking reelection black Democrats fl hlgjilfc m are seeking
Sawyer told his audience extra-curricular experi- conclusion for yourself; and,
from Chicago, Detroit, election as members of the "your concern for black unityis ences." if they serve to bring about I,*ft* relt f DandVo.ff. ftcjiji.ieaJp
Los Angeles, New York and state in the Senate
legislature a manifestation of improvement, if they bring .
your In concluding his speech, 0nd falling hair A k for
Philadelphia. and House. search for reality -- Identity Dr. Sawyer warned the stu- self awareness, If they Induce ifafyaur fayorit* b ou y SjiJou.t

William Clay of St. Louis, as it were. In one real sense, dents to be wary of those who group pride, keep these ideas drug tor .
Mrs. Shirley Chisholm of If all win,black representation you Join the billions of other "exploit this venture and add to them. If they do not ATru* Month Si. PR' *y $nlySKSO
Brooklyn and Attorney Louis in the state house will rise human beings preceeding you and turn it into an inverse ra- enhance the self or increase ;i

Stokes of Cleveland are the by four. Negroes ae also who as young adults experienced cism" . "Those who would group pride so that they Im- Temple Add
Democratic candidates favored seeking to triple their repre- the painful and frequently pervert your cause must not prove both these If and the
to win election to the Houseof sentation in the Indiana legis- guiltyproducingurges be allowed to do so.They have group, set those ideas asideno
Representatives in Novem- lature by electing three new to dissent from author- nothing to give you in return matter how attractive they
ber. members.In ity. In addition, you have the for giving up your orderly and may be." CRQWB*

The vast majority of Negro Texas, five blacks are
elected officials are- Demo- seeking election to local .
"COCA-COIA" AND "COKI"001 COIttCMO!AADC'NA NC MICMDCNN ONLY THC MOOUC1 0'THf COCA-COIA COMIANT.
crats, and there are more than school boards and five others
500 black Democratic office are running for membership
holders, including 153 current on thecitycounclls for the ,
members of 30 state legisla first time in their communi-

tures. ties. Rita Robinson: .
.
..
., "We expect the number of In several South Carolina She leads the two-career life.
black Democratic state legis- cities Negro Democrats are
,
With Coke to help her all the way.A .
lators to Increase this year In favored for election as local successful publishing executive at Time, Inc.,she's
Arizona, Colorado, Georgia, council members, school also a devoted wife and mother of three boys.
Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michi- board officials and magis- Both careers require equal time.
gan, Missouri, Tennessee and trates for the first time. And yet, Mrs. Robinson manages with ease.Of course,
Washington, Deputy Chair- aM she always has plenty of Coca-Cola on hand to help
man Martin said. Attorney Frederick T. Workis keep her going.
It stands to reason because Coke has the taste she
also seeking a state-wide
: never gets tired of.That's why things go better with Coke.
"In addition, it appears as post as Judge of the appellate Two times better for Mrs. Robinson.
though black Democrats will court in Indiana. In Illinois
Things better with Coke.
be sitting for the first time in Mrs. Fannie Jones is runningfor go 1AAOC NANA
recent years in legislatures In clerk of the stateSupremeCourt

Florida, North Carolina and and Gus Calloway is ,.amt
possibly Alabama," he added. slated as a regent of Wayne >
State University in Michigan'sonly
Illinois now leads all states
with a total of 15 Negro Demo state-wide race. .

crats in the state legislature, Most state and local elec-
but Georgia is expected to bea tions are held in off years from
surprising second with an increase the Presidential election, and
from 12 to 14 Negro an even larger group of black
representatives this fall. candidates are expected to offer -
Missouri has 13 black state for election as Democrats



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Urban league Equal OpportunityDay



Dinner Nov. 16


The Greater Miami Urban national Union, Charles B.
League will hold Its annual Potter, personnel manager o
Equal Opportunity Day Dinner Burdine's, and M. William
November 16 at Deauville Hotel Smith, the Urban'League's
Miami Beach. "Ten years first vice-president. Ann I 'iv 17
ago we held our first EOD din- Lindsey Packard will be in
ner In Miami in order to focus charge of seating arrange- ia
attention on positive effortsto ment, and Mrs. Willie Wil
Insure fair and equal treat- liams in charge of ticket sales. .,
ment to our Negro community M Senator Harry P. Cain has 1'' Im I-
," says Maude K. Reid, been named chairman of the
president of the Urban League. Awards Committee which extends ; _
public recognition to
"Since then, Civil Right outstanding individuals fro __
Laws have been passed. We _
industry commerce, labor,
have achieved on at
paper education, and health and wel
least, an open society, one in fare for their efforts towards
which every American can ad-
achieving equal opportunityfor
vance culturally and economi- K
MRS. MAUDE REID the Negro in Miami's i '
cally as far as his talents and e
.
. .
socio-economic scene. A fea- oS" '---- s.- -- -
his dedication will carry him. tables by Fair Employment ture of the dinner will be the
But as an actual fact, there companies will be in the handsof Negro Family of the Year,selected J. S. Hudson, assistant to the vice president, is shown receiving a
still exists the denial of full Lee A. Tafel, director of by a committee headedby plaque commending Southern Bell for its interest in the continuing beautifi-
opportunity of Results -- especially Public Employees Union AFL- Rev. Harold Long, pastorof cation of Miami. Presenting the citation to Mr. Hudson is E. Albert Pallot,
in Jobs andhousing-- CIO, James L. Bailey, presi- the Church of The Open Miami attorney and banker and chairman of the Miami Beautification Committee -
still without which the Negro must dent of Laundry, Dry Clean- Door. at the Committee's recent annual award banquet. Looking on are Jerry
continue his
experience." degrading ing and Dye Workers Inter- McLaughlin of the area public relations office, a vice chairman of the committee *

"In spite of the passage of and Mrs. M. Athalie Range, representing the Miami City Commission.Mrs. .
Civil Rights Acts, In spite of Ran ge has actively supported the Beautification Committee's projects
heralded Supreme Court decisions NAACP Designates during her term in office.
there is sickening

that evidence democracy the world's throughout shows most powerful the strong land Nov. 3 Election "A I Look At Our Future" Is Panel Tonic i
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racist strains It is those "A Look at Our Future" is Moderator will be Mr.Elton The program is sponsoredby
strains which perpetuate the Emphasis Day the topic for discussion Tues Kerness, Florida Council on the Greater Miami Chapter,
ghetto and the ghetto mentality day, Oct. 22, when the following Human Relations,and after the Florida Council onHumanRe- I
," says Mrs. Reid. Sunday Nov. 3, has been mit ourselves to turning out exciting community lead- panel discussion there will be lations and will be held at New
"Equality of opportunity in designated National Election the vote 100 per cent." ers will present their varied time for talk back and ques- Convenant Presbyterian
employment has proved to Emphasis Day by the National views: Chief H. W. Barney, tions. Church, 1221 NW 43rd St.
be elusive despite the exis- Association for the Advance- The NAACP has carried on executive assistant, pub-
tence of laws against dis- ment of Colored People. To a vigorous registration drive lic safety department; Mr.
crimination. Even the absenceof observe the day the last Sun- throughout the country. As a Bernard Dyer, executive director Phone: 836-3691
overt discrimination day before the election, the result, W. C. Patton, the Association's Liberty City Community .
not indicate the presence of NAACP is calling upon clergymen associate directorof Council; Mr. Archie Hard-
equal employment oppor- throughout the country to registration and voting,estimates wick, executive director, Central TV & Radio RepairColor
tunity, for there are many devious urge members of their congregations that as many as 8,000- James E. Scott Community
techniques of evasion of to go to the polls 000 Negro citizens are quali- Center; and Mr. Jules Israel, Stereo Inter-Corns P..A. Systems
fied to vote in this elec-
year's
the law. attorney.
and cast their ballots in what
The League's Equal Opportunity Bishop Stephen G.Spottswood, tion. In some states,these vot- 9415 NW 17th Ave.
ers be able to;halt the :
Day dinner with its interracial chairman of the NAACP Boardof may ?IT PAYS TO.ADVERTISE I
trend toward reaction if they
attendance is
Directors, calls "the most '
intended as another step moving crucial election in this century all go to the polls on Nov.5,he Miami, Florida
towards the day when bigotry ." asserts.
and racism is as Un- The NAACP Board chair- Commenting on the upcom-
American in practice as it is man warns that "failure to ing election, the October issueof -
in theory. This year's obser- vote can set us all back dec- The Crisis, the NAACP
FOR THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMMODATIONSAT
vance holds added significance ades. Let us not, in this fate- monthly magazine, observes
because of the! League's organizational ful year, fall our children and that "voting this year is not MODERATE RATES-CALL
involvement, as our children's children. Let only an opportunity and a
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never before, in the grass- us do our duty to our countryand privilege; it is alsoaduty.Let
roots problems of the ghetto. to ourselves. Let us com- no one shirk this duty." BONDED
The League has taken its new
stand on the side of Black Power -
that means pride, self-re RENTAL '
spect and participation and Involvement -
In one's own des- _
tiny, but not as it relates to
separatism or to violence.The 0' 't AGENCY str ...---, .
basic social change which the THERE'SNO +-,. .Ya .4
Urban League seeks is elimi- .; .. .
nation of racism, and the effects MATCH FOR HattMBI
of racismwhite or 1 -
black -- from American society FLAMELESS .

Co-chairmen. of the Equal ELECTRIC op ? THE LARGEST PRIVATE HOUSING RENTAL AND

Opportunity Day Dinner are c: ;' MANAGEMENT AGENCY THESOUTH, OPERATING
Robert O. Hach Senior Man- WATER HEATING !. IN DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES
agement Recruiting Specialistfor dp
Eastern Airlines and A fleet of cars and.,collectors give door to door scrvict for
Dewey W. Knight, Jr., direc- tenants convenienceA
tor of Dade County Welfare FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY
recreation for and adults "rent
Department. HELPING BUILD FLORIDA community center teenagers
.The solicitation of firm free,"furnished qnd.air conditioned for your comfort and enjoyment.A .

i public relations department to assist you with your problems.
Aso y x } r yx{} poq
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FROM WHERE I SITBY To Be Equal

[6 BILL McBRIDE

t by Whitney M. Young Jr.
j
j Office: 6530 NW 15th Av., Miami, Flo. 33147-Phon.1 691.0421 School
i Executive Director National Urban League
H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and PublisherGARTH \ f..I.Northwestern
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STANLEY I. SWEETING, Theatrical Editor . 'f Board's Step Child? Black & White AlliesOne

National Advertising Representative of the reasons black people are questioning the sincerityof

Amalgamated Publishers, I Inca: Council at their liberal friends is the refusal of many liberals
310 Madison Avenue New York, N. Y. 10017 Back In April of 1967, members of the Student black at the to
of the man top of their
Member of the National Newspaper Publisher Association Miami Northwestern Senior High School (integrated faculty, place the problems list of

4 2400 S. Michigan Avenue, Chicago, III. 60616 Negro principal and all-black student body) became so frus- priorities.

SUBSCRIPTION RATES trated, gravely concerned and ashamed of the run-down con- Black people are busy trying to survive in an increasinglyhostile

t | ONE YEAR $5.00) SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 dition of their school, they sent letters literally begging society. They are concerned with the basic,gut Issuesof

< parents and interested citizens to take note of the deplorable feeding their kids and finding decent homes and jobs.
f 1 Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Pos of
4 v Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 conditions there and to carry their fight for the upgrading But the minds of white liberals and radicals are occupied
their school to the Dade County School Board.
Vietnam changing university
: "CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" was hasti- with other things -- administra.
to the call the Northwest Advisory group
Heeding
, The NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead Ezekiel tions, and protecting their own vested Interests.
, the world from racial and national antagonism when it accords ly formed -- and on April 19, 1967, led by insurancemen -
to every man regardless of his race, creed or color his human Burrows, this group appeared before the board asking that We see this attitude among frustrated liberals who say

and legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no man..the Negro improvements be made at the school immediately. they will sit out this election -- no compromises for them.
Press strives to help in the firm belief that all
man
are hurt as long as anyone every is held back. men Again led by Mr.Burrows,this group made another passionate They say they want to spend the next four years reorganizingthe

.i' appearance before the board on May 3,1967 claiming limit- Democratic Party, and they won't sully themselves by voting -

: ed space, obsolete materials and equipment made it impossible for any of the major candidates.But .

It lJiditnr's 'nttbnnhi for Northwestern students to get the same type educationas black voters can't afford to be high-minded.. For us,

: was being offered at other senior high schools in Dade the next four years should mean life or death. We've got to live

County. -- This time the group submitted a detailed fourpagelist in rotting ghettos and we have to send our kids to schools that

i V HUMPHREY FOR PRESIDENT of priorities, which Included maintenance and renovationand don't teach our kids. We can't throw away our hard-won political

, The election for the office of President of the United States expansion needs; listed over 150 electrical ms,replace- rights by not voting, especially in such a crucial election I
ment of outmoded with the request that the
r is but a few days away. Ye Editor has read quite a bit about equipment along year. t
for the first time in seven years.
the candidates during the campaign. He made his choice of school be completely painted The school decentralization fight in New York Is another ex- !
at the ? The same as usual --
What -
the candidate that In his humble opinion would make the best happened meetings ample of the way many white people ran out on the black com-

! president, that candidate Is VicePresident Hubert Humphrey. promises writer, promises and more that promises.This the school. board would allow munity when they thought their own Interests were involved.For F
Ye Editor is pleased to learn that from polls taken, 83 per disbelieving
cent of Negroes Intend to vote for Vice-president Humphrey. the things we had heard about Northwestern to exist, we madea years they've been giving lip service to how bad the
tour of the plant, and were completely shocked at the many schools are, but when the Ocean Hill-Brownsville school district !

.t Another pleasing statement from polls is that 85 per cent oft Inequities we saw. We found evidence of even greater neglectby representing black and Puerto Rican parents got Into a I

t 1 Negroes give a positive rating to PresidentJohnsonfor in his the board than we had heard.-- And In an article In the May hassle with the teacher's union about the transfer of a handful

, opinion, this president has been one of the most outstanding 12, 1967 edition of The Miami Times, we called public atten- of teachers who weren't sympathetic to community control, ;

f we have had, certainly as far as Negroes are concerned. tion to these inequities, with the hope that the Liberty City many white people put their own sympathies with unionism

community would shake itself from the strangle hold of apathy ahead of the needs of black kids and the black community.
,
is the skilled
It sometimes forgotten that Mr.Humphrey was
and demand that the school board live to Its responsibilities -
< manager in the Senate of much social reform legislation adopted up Campus rebels offer yet another example of the failure of
to the citizens immediate corrective action.
by taking
: during the Kennedy-Johnson administration and that he was white radicals to communicate with black people. They are
the noted was that the typing
Among glaring Inequities
many
<, a sponsor of medicare. quite willing to use Issues of importance to the black commun-
classes were unable to use the "brand new" electric type-
i ity among the issues around which they organize demonstra-
absence sufficient electrical outlets.
writers because of the
The editorial board of the Miami News has recommended tions and protests, but that's primarily to attract black stu-
And 18 months later the electrical outlets have
now, some ,
Hubert H. Humphrey. Says the News "We believe Mr. Hum- dents to their banner.
and to been Installed and the typewriters are finally In use. But, now
is better
phrey equipped by philosophy temperament
,\ there are five badly needed "brand new" electric sewing ma- When the cards are really put on the table, the life and death
respond to the challenges we can anticipate for the next presi-
chines in the tailoring class which are presently not in use. issues of importance to black people take their place behind
dent. Of the three most visible candidates only two Mr. Hum-
phrey and Richard Nixon merit consideration In our opinion. -- You guessed it there are no electrical outlets. Vietnam, the CIA, or other concerns.

Mr. Nixon floats a more attractive campaign than he did in Naturally, we were upset by all of the shortcomings we Black students have shown a discipline and a maturity far

1960. However we are not convinced that the "new Nixon" is found, but the real shocker came when we noted that the total exceeding that of white student rebels.Last Spring,during the

anyone but the "olu Nixon," a few years older and hopefullymore equipment in the so called Graphics Arts shop, where the almost Columbia University "rebellion," black students had to organize -

sensitive to public needs but not really a different hu- extinct method of prlntingletterpresswasbelngtaught( ) a separate demonstration of their own to protest the

man being amounted to one outdated press, a hand operated paper cutter university's callous attitude toward its Harlem neighbors,be-

", which should certainly qualify for entry into the Smithsonian cause the white rebels were too occupied with issues of the
Mr. Humphrey can document a record of progressive lead- Institute, and an ill equipped photographic darkroom. war or the draft.
ership in national politics that dates to 1948 when he drove a .. :" ,.it"
White professionals, sociologists, etc., are so hung up with
\
strong civil rights plank into the Democratic platform of that ..
year and was elected to the Federal Senate. .. the supposed pathologies of the ghetto that they spend their

;..... time running after research contracts to run down the Negro
Somewhere in the debate over Vietnam, which we will dis- family Instead of studying the real sickness of America--ra-

cuss later, a part of the electorate has lost sight of Mr. Hum- R cism.

phrey's uncommon ability to anticipate the issues of our times Black people mistrust the dilettantism of many of their white

and propose meaningful answers.It friends. talk but when
They well, exhibit the right concerns,

is sometimes not remembered that Mr.Humphrey was the the real crush comes,they are nowhere tote seen. Then, when

skilled manager in the Senate of much social reform legislation !:": blacks organize themselves to deal with the issues of vital con-

cern, these "allies" complain that they've been left out.

RESEARCH ON RIOTS ", Black people don't want to be forced Into the back of the bus

< The White House has appointed two Miami attorneys to direct any more -- even If the bus Is driven by their friends. We need

research into the LibertyCityriotandrelate incidents of allies desperately, but they've got to enlist for the duration,

violence linked to the Republican National Convention in Au- I not run off every time another issue tickles their fancy. Cur-

gust. Ing the sickness of racism and bringing equality to black people

Is a full-time Job, and there Is no time for side-shows
They are former United States District Attorneys Robert Desiring to make a comparison, we paid a visit to Miami l

<(< Josefsberg and James W. Matthews. They will be pro-direc- Central Senior High School where we found a modernuptodate

j tors of the probe for the national commission on the cause and print shop where the students were being taught the latest

prevention of violence. Findings are expected to be completedby offset printing methods. The equipment Included three modern PHIL OSSOFERProtesting

the end of November. offset presses, five of the latest letterpresses, an offset

camera, a well equipped darkroom and a 42 inch power
paper
CONGRATULATIONSYe cutter. Is an avocationIn 20th century, this radiantcen-

which people are Indulging tury of and still they
many progress,
Editor Congratulate Commissioner Athalie Range who From were I sit,it seems indeed strange that the board has
has been named as the "Outstanding Woman of the Year." realized the necessity of Installing the latest offset equipmentIn these days: protesting are not aware that It exists.
against the Establishment Pm wondering if they will
a number of its high schools, but has not seen fit to offer ;
protesting resurrectedfrom
out-dated be
He also congratulates Senator Robert Haverfield who has Northwestern students Interested In printing the opportunity to against awakened (

been named as "Outstanding Man of the Year" 1968 by the learn how to operate the latest printing equipment and thus educational systems* and pro- the g r a v e of white su-
Voters and of Dade themselves testing a gains the Vietnamwar premacy) in time to see this
Taxpayers League County. qualify for a good paying Job.
to name a few. century in its true light.Their
It might be interesting to note that the printing industry of .
Well, rm protesting, too. plight reminds me of the admonition
Dade County was the first to
among open its door to all regard-
SOUTH DADE HIGH SCHOOL less of race. As a matter of fact there is presently a, big de- Fm protesting against war. .. of the beloved Jesus
the Civil War ..which Is still as recorded In Matthew
Students and parents of South Dade High School are dissatis- man for offset artists pressmen, offset cameramen, offset strippersand raging in the minds of some of 16:2-3: "When it is evening,
paste experienced and
fied with conditions and have petitioned the school authoritiesfor Even up Inexperienced. our Southern brethren. These ye say, it will be fair weather:
Drew Junior High School has
a transfer from this integrated school where over 200 Ne- Installed the latest offset recently purchased and Confederates, long defeated, for the sky is red. And in the

groes are enrolled, to Mays High school at Goulds. camera. Why not at Northwestern equipment? including an offset still fly the Stars and Bars, morning, It will be foul wea-

give the Rebel Yell (to me it ther today; for the sky Is red
The petitioners claim that black students are psychologically Realizing that equal opportunity also means being equal to sounds like
"ouchl"! ) and and O hypocrites,
parade lowering. ye
the opportunity when it presents Itself and
barred from learning and from social participation in South realizing further In
grey . a tattletalegrey can discern the face of the
Dade school activity. that it Is the duty of the Dade County School Board to provide ye
that tells
all our youngsters with the tools to I earn the latest methods me they're still sky; but can ye not discern the
living in the middle of "
those we are at a complete loss to understand the Nineteenth signs of the times?
Among attending a meeting on Monday night were why the board con- century

Odell Johns, spokesman for the parents;L.D.Kennedy, mem- tinues to turn its back on Northwestern.Now r m wondering.what is it The signs of the times indi-
ber of the Model Cities governing board; Rev. C. K. Steele of 18 months since Mr. Burrows and his group presentedits as their automobile cate that the Civil War is over

SCLC and Bernard Dyer, director of Liberty City Community list of priorities,what has the board done at Northwestern? declare, ain't they ferglttln'plaques and should be forgotten. Let's

Council. -- Little or nothing] We doubt very seriously whether the list what government In authority? face it. Here in the 20th cen-

can be found. does their flag: represent? tury the Confederacy, with all
R goes without saying that a good teacher without the proper I
used to be awed as its symbols of Southern glory,
a child
MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE tools is rendered almost ,
useless.There
are many such teach- by the story 9f Rip van Winkle, is dead. Let us get the long
MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY ers at Northwestern.From who slept for 20 years. But overdue funeral over with and

APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU. where I sit it would certainly appear that Northwesternholds here are people whohavebeen march shoulder to shoulder
the dubious distinction of
being theschoolboard's step- sleeping for over 100 (grey and blue black and
THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE. child. Too bad its student body is all black. Or could this be and are asleep yet. How years, white) to fight America's Civil

PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM! the reason for the board's apparent lack of real concern? Does O Lord, how long? We're long two-, War of this century: the war
anybody really care ? ? ? thirds .
of the way through the against poverty and prejudice.I





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Bayard .>. .,'" YOUR ANSWER. . YI i.


Rustin ADOLF GEORGE

HITLER WALLACE

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SpeaksDoes .. '-. v'c.

] 1 { '\I'M FOR

SEGREGATION

Wallace Tell It t TODAY

,. TO-MORROW.
Like It Is? .1., AND FOREVER WALLACE !

Recently a prominent black leader referred to George Wal- '
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lace as a man with "guts." Then another of our "spokesman"said NEGROES \ \
"At least, Wallace tells It like It is." Guts In politics is ARE *-
a value only when the politician is working for the benefit of /INFERIOR/ ,
people. Otherwise one could end up applauding Stalin and Hit- AND SHOUL .
ler for having "guts." And surely Hitler told it like it was
from his ugly point of view. He said in Mein Kampf that he SEGGATEOy WALLACE-A HITLERfIfU"PlUny
would eradicate the Jews, and that's what he almost did. '
HITLER MARK MY WORDS,MY FELLOW
There are also some black people who argue that Wallace is MEIN KAMPF AMERICANS THIS STRATEGY
for separation. Since they are for separation also,they con-
clude that Wallace is working In their interest. At any rate, r OF ORGANIZED .,LEFT 1
they say, he is honest and the other candidates are hypocrites.Well ll1 UNANSWERED AND UNCHECKED <,<
CAN LEAD AMERICA DISASTER :
let us see how honest Wallace is: The former Governorof r ". ,
Alabama says he is against crime in the streets, which is 1 HUMPH EY +
his shorthand for "keep the black man in his place." This is ,1 I' j
I nothing but dangerous double talk when you consider what Wal- 4
t lace has done about crime in his state. -//V/ VIEW OF THE CHALLENGE OF GEORGE WALLACE
1 \ AND THE RADICAL RIGHT NEGROES CAN ILL AFFORD
If you live in Alabama, your chances being murdered are TO SIT OUT THIS YEAR'S PRESIDENTIAL AND
I nearly double the national average. In fact,Alabama's murder CONGRESSIONAL ELECTIONS. t
rate is the highest of any state in the union. l THE SUPPORT HE HAS MUSTERED THROtIGHOlIr AMERICA

I Wallace makes a great point of claiming that the streets of BODES ILL FOR THE NEED OF POOR NEGROES FOR
l Washington, D. C. (a city with a high black population) are not i IMPROVED EMPLOYMENT HOUSING AND EDUCATIONAL
OPPORTUNITIES?
j safe at night. But FBI figures show that the murder rate in the r ROY WILKINS NAACP vy A
nation's capital is far below that of George Wallace's Birming
1 ham. (7.7( per 100,000 people in D. C.; 12.2 per 100,000 in
Birmingham). I r I

\ Alabama's rate of aggravated assault is the 4th highest of all I I
a; states -- 40% higher than the national average. : Facts About George Wallace

; Don't take my word for it. Here's what a white Alabamian, I
f William Bradford Huie, said about his governor: "He has the i
terrorist on his side. Motorcades of KKK men roam Alabama I
Highways, escorted by state troopers.Alabama does not have a That Most Whites Don't Know
secret ballot. In our lonely rural areas,an hour after the polls
i. close, the sheriff knows how everyone voted." -Rv Carl---- T-. -Rowan--..__

Wallace says he has the "guts" to be for the "little man." WASHINGTON-The political sensation of 1968hastobe The committee has produced some reports that strike
Let's see what happened to the"little man' in Alabama underWallace's George Corley Wallace, presidential candidate of crushing blows at the heart of Wallace's main campaign
leadership. In Alabama wages are low, taxes are America's newest third party. themes. They also tell a disturbing story of the mene behind -
high, jobs are scarce and poverty widespread. And the black I
This tough-looking former Alabama governor threatensto the Alabaman. For example:
man is on the bottom of the following miserable statistics: win 15 to 20 per cent of the_votes nationwide, to win a Wallace campaigns with considerable success as a
(1) Nearly 40'of Alabama's peopleUveinpoverty. In some plurality in some states, and prehaps to throw the presi- "friend of the working man." But the committee pointed ;
counties 2 out of 3 people are poor. Thousands go hungry and dential election into the House of Representatives.He out that., while union membership was rising 64.9 per ><
suffer from malnutrition; is managing to do this by concotinga witches' brewof cent in Arkansas and 47.9 per cent in Florida from 1953
(2)) Personal income runs $17.30 a week lower than the national half-truth demogoguery in which he exploits public feel- to 1954, it was dropping 17.3 per cent in Alabama while
average; Ings about crime, communism, big government, the big Wallace was governor. The organization says Wallace
(3)) Alabamians pay the highest sales tax((6%) in the nation city press, beatniks Negroes, a "Jewish-Zionist plot" to "draws his financial support from some of the biggest
-- and it applies to everything, food, clothes, etc; take over America and an assortment of other fears. union-haters in the country." Thus, the report continues,
(4) Alabama's unemployment rate is the highest in the nation If the public learns the truth before November and the a carpenter in Birmingham earns$40 a week less than one
(for white and black people); I voters begin to see Wallace for what he really is, credit in Chicago, Cleveland, San Francisco, or Detroit. A bus
i!, (5)) 110,000 older people are excluded from the social security : must go to a band of gutty Southerners who have set out driver earns $30 a week less,a mechanic$20 a week lessa
rolls. I to combat Wallace's clever misrepresentations of the school teacher $2,000 a year less in Birmingham than
((6)) Alabama spends less money per pupil in education than I his counterpart does in these other cities.
any state except South Carolina and Mississippi. : A new organization called the Southern Committee on Wallace campaigns as a great friend of education and
I could go on and on, but I think my point is clear. Anybodywith Political Ethics has been founded by men like William pledges "to get the federal government out of the businessof
talent can tell it like it-Politicians have to do more Baggs, Hodding Carter Jr., Ralhp McGill, and Hugh B. busing little boys and girls half way across a city" to
than talk. It's their record that counts,their performance that Patterson Jr. who are newspaper editors or publishers in achieve racial balance.
matters, their program that must be Judged. Miami, Greenville; Miss, Atlanta and Little Rock respec- The report points out that"the federal government is not
tivley. Its chairman is Brooks Hays,former congressman in the busing business." Its reports draw attention the
Surely black people aren't going to vote for George Corley
,
tact Alabama the
from Arkansas. spend $389 per year per pupil as against
Wallace. national average of $581. It says that "the state with the
I I lowest property was Wallaceland with $25 per person"as
against a national average of$114 per person.

Dick Gregory Says Wallace Would Be "deal'President / expense"George of the Wallace kids.protected" the organization the property contends.The holders-at. the

I report notes that Wallace dwells on the theme of
"law and order," and that he likes to claim that "the
for South Africa streets of Washington D.C.,are not safe to walk at night."
It points out that "the murder rate in Washington is 7.7
NEW YORK.- "In my opin- seized power. owners. "simply: 'Nigger! Niggerl I per 100,000 population, not far above the 5.6 per 100,000."
ion, George Wallace would be Eventhough Wallace may But on winning the governorship Niggerl'Greg Northern and VBorder states, Wallace is trying to
the ideal President of the not get one-third of the vote as later, Wallace fought ory concluded that shell the lavel of racist. He likes to pretend that he has
USA," Dick Gregory declared Hitler did, wrote Gregory in reapportionment and raised "George Wallace, if elected, the support of Alabama's Negroes.
this week. Look, "his candidacy certainly the sales tax; his platform, might be the last President of The group reminds us that, after losing the guberna-
The comedian, in a signed marks the end of the domi- Gregory declared,hadbecome the United States." torial contest in 1958, Wallace said: "John Patterson out-
article in Look magazine's nant two-party system" in niggubed me. And boys, I'm not going to be out-nlgguhed
current issue, went on to explain America. again." And in his inaugural address as Alabama gobv-
that by "USA" he meant "History will probably not -1 ernor in 1963, Wallace vowed:"Segregation now,segrea-
"Union of South Africa." But Get the Miami Times tion to tomorrow,segregation forever."

Gregory then added: give him as much credit for by mail week For those still inclined to think of Wallace as the patriot
"As a matter of fact, it its collapse, however, as it every friend of the little man,the report lists his "friends" and
wouldn't hurt black folks so will Mayor Richard.J.Daley for one year. Only $5.00 key supporters. Among them are Robert Shelton, Imperial
much if he became President Chicago," continued Gregory, = Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan, and Leander Perez of Lou-
of the United States. Why not? adding: t SUBSCRIPTION ORDER I II isiana, and avowed racist who has said; "The most dan-
That sounds ridiculous, but "Daley, Wallace and Nixon I Miami Times gerous group in America today are the Zionist Jews. I
when you stop to think of it, agree on the principle of"law Other Wallace men Include Gerald L.K.Smith,well-known
getting America's racism out and order," which means--to 6530 NW 15th Avenue I II racist and anti-Semite who organized the Wallace for
in the open may be the only way me -- shooting to kill all loot- I Miami, Florida 33W President Committee in Hollywood, and Asa E. (Ace) 'j
to solve the problem."At ers. I, myself, could endorse Carter, aide, speechwriter, and organizer of Wallace for
least the black peoplein that plank in my platform as Enclosed please find the sum of $5.00 | President clubs-and the man who has made many head-
South Africa know what they long as we made it retroac- lines for anti-Semitic splintergroupoftheWhiteCitizens'
have to do to win their freedom tive to the year 1600 and gave to cover the cost of a one year subscription Ito Councils movement in Alabama. The reports list several

." the guns to the Indians. I the Miami Times. I II other racists, John Birchers, and ultrarightists.The I
Predicting substantial Gregory said that Wallacehad II I organization says it has taken onthis task "to I
Wallace vote among so-called run for the Alabama leg- I Mall Paper To elevate the tone political activity and dignify the pro-
"decent-minded people" who islature in the late 1940's as I II fession of public service."
are actually bigots and racists a "common man," campaignIng I Address Its well documented reports on Wallace may also serveto
Gregory compared Wal against the sales tax'and I educate the electorate,not Just in the South but In all the
City_ Star. ZIp Cod.
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lace's role with Hitler's in the for reapportionment to reduce nation.
I
last German election before he the power o: big rural land-
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BY CLARICE LITTLES
Miami Times Society Editor


Mrs. Gladys Roberts spent an enjoyable two weeks visiting
relatives and friends in the Bahamas.This was Mrs. Robert's 7. : f w

first visit In more than twenty years. $' ,
Melba Scavella Lee Norwalk Connecticut flew down /' (
Mrs. . :;
for a week-end to visit her uncle,Gus R. Love, a patient at the fj -k.
Fountainhead Convalescent Home. Melba was the houseguest of .
her cousin Mrs. Lena and Raymond Heastie of Brownsville.
Motoring to Jacksonville for the funeral of Mr.Worth Mar- .

tin (Fred Martin's dad) were Mrs. Mamie Montgomery,Henry .j'
,
.
Daniels and children, Dorothy Martin and son, Fred n, Lena . .

Martin, Mary Ann Fortner and Alex Martin. Johnny Marks .' ... ,: .' ...., ....-" ,? ; .
made the trip by train to assist his friend, Fred. 'I' ,'fr' "", :11/, rpu8r.-, -

Nice story in Tuesday's Herald on Angenoria Paschal and Club Holds Annual Tea I
Llllle C. Evans Elementary by Charles Whited. Hospitality LI

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of
Wedding bells rang for Mary Delores Blades,daughter for the tables and the state or New YOrK, which was we are very grateful to our
Gertrude Blades and the late Charles Blades and Mr. Wilbur The Hospitality Club of New narrating models and to all the models, also chosen as the most popu- officers and the members of

Simmons, son of Mrs. Thelma Burton, Saturday, October 12. Providence Baptist Church the tea;would not have been a lar state in the region. Mrs. our church, along with our
in Herald Paschal and held its annual tea Sept. 22 at and friends who
Nice story Tuesday's on Angenoria without you.Congratulations Gertrude Ferguson coworkers many, many sup
success
Lillie C. Evans Elementary by Charles Whited. Bonded Rental Agency and . and Mrs. Geneva ported us in our effort. We invoke .
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Wedding bells rang for Mary Delores Blades,daughter of presented the United States Joseph, Mrs. Mildred West, God's richest blessingupon
and Fashion
Gertrude Blades and the late Charles Blades and Mr. Wilbur Regional Tea Miss Marie Alford and Mrs. each of you.

Simmons, son of Mrs. Thelma Burton, Saturday, October 12, Show. We were more than Emma McIntosh Again,we Mrs. Ruth Smith is president -
to have Mrs. Sallie
at the home of the bride's grandmother, Mrs. Lenora Johnson. grateful say congratulations to this: and Rev. C, J. Burney is
devotionalist
canine, our ;
Rev. H. V. Stuart performed the ceremony.Dot Anderson group. pastor.
Mrs. Maybelle ,
and Leon Kelly are celebrating. They have joined the Mistress of ceremonies; Mr.
club with the arrival of their first Todd
grandma-grandpa James West. Mrs. E. Biggs as rD
Julius. Master Todd's parents are Patsy and Julius T. Lee, guest soloists; ; Mrs. Bertha
and his other grands are Vanilla Gray Lee and Julius T. Lee, Sorey, reading; Miss Shrley

Sr.Mrs. Burkes, cosmetic consultant; r '. 0
Enid Thompson of Nassau is vacationing in Miami. Mrs. Florence Amoswhorendered -
Enid is the house of Hazel Lucas Grant. music, drawing by Master I Ir 1

Evelyn B. Evans journeyed to Tampa to be at the bedsideof Rufus Berger Jr.;Ushers,

her ailing aunt, Mrs. Pearl Culmer. Evelyn will'be joined Mr. Otis Shelley, Mr. Willis :
by sisters, Lula Camalias and Sue Pickett who live in Atlanta. Sorey, attendance Mr. James

Lorna Dames entertained forty friends at her home, 1828 NW Akins, Mr. Daniel Ferguson;
57th Street Sunday afternoon. Lorna is the daughter of Mildred presentation made by Mrs. ..
and Wilfred Dames. Claudia Wilson, place arrangement to Mrs.
Mc- Geneva Joseph who was
Mr. James
Mr. and Mrs. John (Evelyn) Souter will give their children, ,
Gruder and Mr. James Dene- crowned Queen of the Hospitality -
Larry, Anna and Bernard a weekend at Six Gun Territory, Cape
winnerswere
Club. Other
gall tape and sound, Mrs.
Kennedy and other sights this week. i
Norma Spencer, Mr. Ernest ; second runner-up: Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Caleb Crosby and Caleb Jr. motored to Madi- Murray. Mildred West; third runner-*

son to attend the funeral of their cousin, Mrs. Jenyethel Mer- up, Mrs. Ruby Shelley. Mrs.

ritt. The Hospitality Club wants Gertrude Ferguson's group
Congratulations toNaltonNipandClaraDarbeywhoare) the Mrs. Alma Keener to know who represented the eastern
new owners of Joe's Market at 50th Street and 22nd Avenue. that she did a superb job of part of the region chose the

Funeral services for Mrs.Mary Louise Greene of East Shir-

ley Street, Nassau were held Sunday, October 13, at St. Mat-
thews's Church. Mrs. Greene is the sister of Edward Smith, Annie M. Edwards

807 NW 51st Street, Miami.

Among those jetting to Nassau for the funeral were Lee Scholarship FoundedOctober

Hamilton, Thelma J. and Yssa McDonald, Mary McKinney, . .
Myrtis Seymour and Edward Smith. 18, marks the 96th Mrs. Edwards, wno gave

Dorothy Weaver's father, Mr. Jesse Lilly of Vienna,Georga birthday of the late AnnieM. more than thirty years as a
died on Tuesday. Edwards, cherished teacher at Allen Normal
mother of Annette E. McNeal School, in Thomasville, Ga.,
The Alston J. (Rubye) Scotts of Coconut Grove are cele-
and Hazel E. Wright, two vet- was known and loved by teeming -
brating. Daughter, laVerne and hubby, John Nealy of Riviera
hundreds of
eran teachers of Dade County young people
Beach presented them with a bouncing grandson. This is the
Schools. To observe this first throughout the country, who In STYLU BY
first baby for the Nealys and the first grandchild for the Scotts.
birthday following her pas one way or another had been G BothGBaf
Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs Oscar Baldwin, Sr. who sing, herdaughters are announcing influenced or Inspired by her
celebrated their 35th wedding anniversary Tuesday, Oct. 8, the beginning of an useful and cheerful long life.
with a dinner party at the home of their daughter and son-in- annual scholarship fund of
law, Doris and Ulysses Baker. Hosting the affair were the
$250, In her me mory. This Many, many former students -
couple's children, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Baldwin, Jr., Mr. and will be given each year to some and friends have soughtor Turtles
Mrs. Frank (Mary Alice)Brown, Mr.and Mrs.Ulysses (Doris) deserving girl or boy about to asked for some way to express here.
Baker and Rosa Mae Baldwin. of the dinner
Highlight was a their
enter college. Details of the appreciation for
Turtles
corsage from their daughters and sons-in-law, Phlllipand her. The
requirement for earning the opportunity to share,
Janet Graham and a telephone call from Anne and John Porterof this there.
is
scholarship are being workedout. way, open to such
Minneapolis. Sharing in the celebration were their fourteen friends.SPECTACULAR Turtles
grandchildren, a host of relatives, Rev. and Mrs.Ernest Tal- everywhere.Fully .

madge, Mrs. Ruby Williams, Annie Mae Wright, Mother Cas-
well, Mrs. Leola Brown, Mrs. Lucy Walton and Harris Wil- BENEFITA fashioned

liams. Cocktail Sip, Hairstyle and Fashion Show, spon. turtlenecksin
Get well wishes to Walter Lewis, Rebecca Collins, James sored by the Cosmetologists Unit Ho. 7 will be held miraculous

Collins, all at home. Sunday, October 20 at Bonded Rental Agency recrea- BAN.LONMna

Would you like to be a Foster Parent? (for Infants). If so, tion hall, 4150 NW 7th Avenue from 6 to 10 p. m. vast variety of
the Children's Home Society of Florida United Fund Agency is The latest in fall fashions and hairstyles will be stripes and solid
in desperate need of homes for children awaiting adoption presented along with other added attractions for your colors. Sizes 34.40.

placement. If Interested, please call Mrs. Hughes, 371-2581. entertainment. Donation is $1.50. Stripes, $12.

The Family Service annual Family Life Conference begins Proceeds from this affair will go towards Thanks. Solids $8.
today (Thursday) at the Everglades Hotel for a one day, two giving baskets.Mrs. .
session meeting. The morning session begins at 10 a.m. ( a Betty Garland is chairman, Mrs. Mottle Oates

panel will discuss "The Impact of Challenge and Change." is co-chairman and Mrs. Marion Muldrow is president. * * * * * * * * * \

IT'S A DATE October 26 at 3 p.m. Luncheon and Fashion
The Med-Dens
Show, Burdines' sponsored by the Gospel Choir of Greater
Bethel AME. No. 2 Hibiscus Dining Room, West Flagler St. presents
Door prizes. Louise Shorter is chairman. Christlene Cooperis ATTENTION FASHION-MINDED Fashions by Lory's

president. MEN AND WOMENI! Sunday, Oct. 20, 1968 4 to 6 p.m.

Edythe Wars of Washington, D. C. is visiting her brother, MAKE A DATE TO ATTEND Primary "C" Elementary School
Charles North before joining the group who'll tour Ecuador and
757 NW 66th St.
Peru next week.Congratulations. EBONY FASHION
to Miami City Commissioner Athalle Range FAIR Benefit Christian Hospital

who has been named "Outstanding Woman of the Year" and FASHION FREEDOM '68 DONATION $1.00
State Senator Robert M. Haverfield "Outstanding Man of the
Sunday October 27 1968 * * * * * * * * * * * * '
Year" for 1968 by the Voters and Taxpayers League of Miami ,
and Dade County. Tremendous Sale Open 9-9

Winners in the All States' Tea sponsored by the Episcopal 5 P.M.

Church of The incarnation were Mrs. Sheba Martin, repre- DADE COUNTY AUDITORIUM 's9.4\
senting the Middle West; Mrs. Felix (Dorethea)Johnson,first ;
Sponsored by Alpha
place; Mrs. Rose M. Moore, second place, and Mrs. Doris n Alpha Sorority
Silver, third place. Congratulations'. General Admission $5 served Seats $7.00

Two Miami attorneys were named by the White House to direct Tickets on sale by members ie sorority, Economy LORY'S FASHION SHOPS . EVERYWHERE!
research into the Liberty City riot and related Incidentsof Drug Store, Community Drugs, h.cks' Komb and Kurl, 8II2NYHTH
violence in August. James W. Matthews and Robert Josefs- or by calling 6917870. AVENUE (EDISON CENTER)

berg, both former assistant U. S. district attorneys. k


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I Jim Brown S5 Gt Economic PowerGRANADA ;


Spain. Jim rently you develop pockets of Brown explained that films
Brown, the professional foot- tury Fox's: then the of
power, you get are greatest sourc propaganda
ball player who has turned intoa Granada, 0 m i c advancement" good and bad. "It's
popular movie star, told reporters Welch and said. He added, the where cliches are born. The
at his Granada, Spain plained to advancement in eco- blonde German. The rich: Jew.
hotel, that social and emo- whole pic t power is when youhave The gangster Italian.The Lazy
tional advances are important, nomic everybody wants. Negro." Mr. Football Star
but economic power is more here unless said he has tried to in- smiled at a Joke only he knew
important. to make as many black men into I the punch line to and added THE LITTLE RED BOOK:
Brown who has four major led like using black again, "No more, baby." bar-tenders Ernest Bellamy, r
unreleased films, and is cur- Brown men, but he warned, they Brown's role in the film with tion ocean-hop to Europe.The
--- be reasonable."Youfol- Raquel Welch and Burt Rey- widower took a Scandanavian
rules and it will hap- nolds is that of a policemanwho that emptied him on such
goes south of the border in away lands as Norway,Denmark
He returned Sunday from an
to the Virgin Islands with hcps
r and St. Thomas BWI. it all
R i Eastern Airlines flight to New

Allan Taylor, the tailor-retiree
"t l lr Bahamian-Miamian since 1918
(
I
IG'deaEee4 I\ cent illness) now living in

Shop."U ? daughter .-. Ailing Dr-Ira .
ery-discharge to his home
1 exactly kosher. The popular

/ \ ered back to his doctor for


Present Their 11 NOTES ON A NAPKIN:
James Brown (he's due in )
9th
ANNUALMASQUERADE one of his first stops is at the
BALL (Cal's Lounge) Youngblood, a
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and SHOW : J V j jP jt . Mrs Ethel Smith backfrom
over 3-months in the Big
Produced by Jersey Joe Walcott's real
DALLAS CETTE ROSETTE Dewey (Clara) Knights "

HalloweenNightThursday

,. October 31, 1968 SALT WATER TAFFY: I
that Flora Bell '
9 P.M Until? -
: sister Virginia Forbes-Wilson a
Set pcnc.c : t Opa-locka home,entertained
Francis and Rosa Lee Delancy,
ADVANCE $2.50 AT I Sands, Clarinell McKenzie,

Tickets on sole at Cette Rosette, 6131 Patty Greene, Bobby Oliver,
the Sir John Hotel and Bond Box Barber senior magistrate Maxwell
Strip for a brief 2-day visit

r. 1912 to bring back a bank robber THE WEEK'S WASH: Deputy
and gets involved in a "
actly "moonlighting, but
revolution. The film also
from Sheriff
Purdy's Department
shows Brown leading the Ya-
in
arily an "intelligent" area
qui Indians in their Just fight department of Public

j3ftUftRDINE'S .::;'I against the Mexican govern- home last Tuesday from
; ment almost against his will;
-- Camp LeJeune at Jacksonville, )
and along the way, he makes Robinsons (she's Thelma) THEM'I
savage screen love to Raquel FAMU-BAMA football tilt in
Welch, the blood heating new

r '. 1!j t'If .. : .sex symbol of the film"Whirl* SCRATCH MY BACK: Juanita
: "ta.\\J Brown who knows what's hap- attack (Oct 7) returned her to
pening, in his career, on the Daisy Baker okay at home
.' streets, and around the world Christian Memorial for right
about his switch from athle- hospital confinement has him in
tics to acting, says "I quit a Springs hospital. His sister
winner. Fm a young man in down from NYC to be at his
movies; I would be an old man due in this week from St
in football. I smile all over Orchid Villa schoolmama Mary
myself now." anon inmate.
I Meanwhile, Producer
Marvin Schwartz commenting
,
STUFF AND SUCH: In a
L'r before reporters said,the picture -
mony Eugene Butler ((17 annums )
star-
in which Brown is
a plaque for his activities in
ring, would not havebeenpossible -
School -- a project that involves
without Brown. "He is
. Bernice Johnson's lassies
what made it all click, all fall Birthday-party-ed her'intheir
"
into
place. . Another lass (her oldest) (

.._ wired red roses from
grandson James Dean home
r an extended trek to Aberdeen,


_________________-a__t ________ Knowles SWEETS'7 .TREATS. Florrie: Add Bell :

Evelyn Boggs-Smith Cleomi
Johnson 12 . Theda Christian
Colebrook Cyril Roberts m 22..
1 r Pena 27 . Former ( )
1 P Gary and Selma Ward Sr's son
clarionetist in Edison senior
son Rodney a leading drum
white outfit.

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Linton Berrien, 5023 NW 1st :
Greene's funeral cortege's in
Ave., has been named to the
amians Myrtis Seymour, Mary
executive staff of the Binder-
IN PROGRESSwe're
NOW Baldwin Music Centers. Ber- tending . Look for labor
to run for a Miami Beach 1
rien known in the
nationally '
. Rattlers Inc planning
music field is anorganistandpianist
,
and supporters to all FAMU
bursting with values who made his debut at 1
"Hill" . Black firemen
New York's Carnegie Hall in
1956. City has none to date . t
Dade Junior high's Guidance
bring the family .: He isa graduate of Fisk University noon will hear Charles Drew
studied at Yale and
lotte Ford-Clark as Speaker...
Columbia and in recent
,
years
Burdine's credit card has performed In France one-man-newspaper who knows
bring your 1 '
Germany, Switzerland, Eng racket, but who is allways !

land, Portugal, Spain and Italyin
addition to major cities I
:. SHOP. throughout the U. S. Berrienhas MERCHANTS WHO
also been a music teacher -
ALL 7 STORES with the Dade County School MIAMI TIMES ARE
,: system and has been minister APPRECIATE DOING \
of music at the Mt. Zion Bap-
( THEY ARE
except
EVERY DAY 9:30-9:30 tist Church.
sunday) Binder-Baldwin has its PLEASE PATRONIZE !
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10. Miami To Get 15 Story YMCA Building 1 -,
! y Ensemble RESTAURANT
Negro Company - - -- - -
f I lounge areas and recreational
Miami and Dade
Greater
Mrs. Vernon Holloway,
tt t t Gets New Ford Grant president of the Board of Directors County, Inc. announced this facilities, offices.192 living In units addition,and, Completely equipped for
" - - - - executive lease. No
[ The Negro Ensemble Com- dance and music programs of the Young Women's week completion of plans to there will be rental office Investment
p pany has received approval from outside the company. Christian Association of finance construction and residence of a new office space and restaurant fa- Next to busy bar.Air .
office facility
from the Ford Foundation of a Hi ties. Arrangements are
the Miami c
grant for the next two years in hall to be located on made with MetropolitanDade Conditioned
Pan Am Aids School River in Dallas Park. This is being
the amount of$750,000 to con High County's Department of
Low
to be announced Rent
the first new project
tinue Its tuition-free school
and Urban Development
I':, and professional productions Drooouts In Harlempersonal for the downtown area Housing to lease living units, not 379-6834
at the St. Marks Playhouse, i rehabilitation program. utilized by the YWCA, to eligi- (TF)
NYC. Artistic Director Douglas A New York Urban League guidance and train- United ble senior citizens.
with the
i Turner Ward, Executive Street Academy, a small edu- ing for young Harlem-area Cooperating
f Director Robert Hooks and cational and guidance center to school dropouts in an effort to Banking Group in providing the
Administrative Director help high school dropouts in motivate them to complete financing are the City Na- I
p Gerald S. Krone of the company ghetto areas prepare for college their secondary education,and tional Banks, the Peoples Na-
are planning a drive to or trade school pro- subsequently, to continue to tional Banks, the Capital Na-
raise an additional six-hun- grams, will be established in higher education or to gainful tional Bank, the panAmerican FIRST RUN
Bank of Miami, the Bank of
dred thousand dollars over the Harlem under the sponsorshipof employment.Pan .
Miami and the Riverside Bank. DRIVE-IN THEATRE
pan American World Airways
i two year period which will be -
A m sponsorship will include -
f.' offset by a projected income
,r. f. of two hundred fifty thousand funds for renovation of The building will be locatedon FONDA'S BEAUTIFUL SENSUAL
dollars from ticket sales. The Academy, scheduled to the site, rent, public utilities, a plot of land approximately JANE ,
p The Negro Ensemble Com- open in about 30 days, will be staff salaries and educational 110 by 220 feet and will be 15 PERFORMANCE IS ONE OF HER VERY BEST
contain
; pany has been invited to participate located in a renovated former material. stories high. It will
I' in the Royal Shakes- grocery store at 21218thAve.near .
peare Company's annual 114th Street. THANKS -- BROTHERS!! ._. ;_. -I I"YN Iy
World Theatre season at the
k. AId w Y c h Theatre in London. PanAmis one of several FOR THE CLEAN
For two weeks, May 5-17, major New York City companies -
1969, they will present two which have pledged to BREAK sfka
i plays. One,Peter Weiss' "The support Street Academies, ;
Song of the Lusitanian Bogey," since the program was initi- INMUSICANA
a hit of the past season, has ated two years ago by the New
! : already been selected. The York Urban League.
other play will be chosen from BAR
, one of four new plays by Black A project director and two
, { i American playwrights which instructors, appointed by the 500 NW 54th St. :
r ;. Urban League will
, will be selected for presentation provide
this year at the St.Marks
Playhouse.
Future plans also include
augmenting the professional
acting company from thirteento
fifteen actors, plus five z5
t journeymen actors from the
workshop. They also plan to
Increase the scope of thec
workshop program to include I SEE ARhAREu.A DO HER THING I IkNEF0NdA
more Instruction in dance,
gymnastics, acting and voice; I I 6000 m Till
to institute the directors and I I
play-wrights workshops, to I '
increase the technical and administrative THE CAME IS OVER'

training, to ex- Friday & SaturdayHELD
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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday October 18, 1968 9

BENEFIT TEA SUNDAY PROBLEMS WITH YOUR

SOCIAL SECURITY
l The Med-Dens of Greater
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c'f Miami Medical andDentalAs- Check them out with the
q slstants invite. you toaBene- SOCIAL SECURITY ot
fit Tea at Christian Hospital, ADMINISTRATION
Booker T. Hayes at Primary "C" Elementary Model City Branch Office
School, 757 NW 66th St. Sun5225
NW 12th Avenue
Why Transfer? day, October 20, from 4 to 6p.m.
Miami, Fla. 33127
I have followed the results of the South Dade High School Tel: 757-8591 ))18Y DAVE BONDU
crisis with more than a mild interest. Events up to now have

been more than acceptable, butsomehowlcan'tseem to agree . ',GM. ', . "Hi. Mr. Bondu," said the man who walked up to me on 62nu
.t
with the latest move the parents have decided to undertake. : -. ,- ' r St. with an outstretched hand. I took the hand,gave it a shake,
Of the 140 students attending the school 130 have asked for .Mt" 'M'I HELD OVER and said"Hi/ said, "You don't know me, but I read your
transfers to all black Mays High School.What kind of problemor . :.. ; 3RD BIG WEEK column each and every week, and I have been wanting to ask
problems will this create at Mays? When I read this, I got D i ,ve-hl'. you Jest one question 'cause it means a lot to me." So I sez,
7:30 10:50
the impression the students and their parents had abandoned ', i "Vi.",,'I""' .& .j, -tI' .. -'"'t. '. : AND : "okay, shoot." "Mr. Bondu, tell me what is poverty and what
their efforts to make a change. It appeared they had become part does my feet play in this thing?"Now this may sound likea
angry and sullen and decided if no changes were to be made, silly question, but if you are in poverty and your feet hurt,
then you keep yours, and give us back ours. I know I am not Stditeyoitier it is very real.Feet are important in poor slum neighborhoods,
the only one to get this Impression and I felt that though the and I remembered something that one of our great poets,
reason behind such a move may be sound,it is not the type of Langston Hughes, once wrote which said the quivalent of "it
example our young people need. When there is need of change, all depends on where you were born and if you are still living
let's encourage them to carry the ball. in spite of it all." In spite of it all, he said. All the corns and
Let's face it,the rebel insignia and symbol have a different bunions for instance . getting back to feet . "Most black
meanings and effects on people depending a great deal on their laughing find luring in the people feel as if they were born with corns and bunions because -
origin. To some it represents the past. A past many would new romantic comedy we are going to stand no our feet in most of our years.
prefer to remember as the ideal era. Toothers it representsone These feet of mine have stood in everything from a soup line
of the major crises our country has overcome in reachingits to the draft board line. They have supported everything froma
present maturity. To the black it represents the period packing trunk to a hungry woman. My feet have walked ten
when his self respect was wrenched from him.The one period thousand miles running errands for white folks and another
that will always cause his pulse to quicken and his breathingto # 10,000 trying to keep up with colored folks. These feet have
become heavy. The rebel Insignia is as offensive to the F y e, s i been before altars, crap tables bars, graves, kitchen sinks,
black person as the swastika is to the Jew. It creates thet 1 I doors, back doors, side doors,welfare windows,social secur-
same response. ity railings and almost everywhere else you can think of. My
This is why I don't feel the black students of South Dade feet have kept the shoe industry going in America, due to the
High should ask for transfers. Checking the present growth of money I have spent on my feet. I have worn out 1,100 pair of
our school population, we find that the necessity blacks attending shoes, 99 pairs of tennis, 88 pairs of summer sandals, 300
South Dade High School will only Increase.With greater pairs of loafers and the socks on my feet have built another
strides in achievements blacks from future generations will r'i knitting mill. The razor blades I have used to cut away my
find these symbols even more offensive than they are now. Justas r corns made Mr. Gillette rich. I remember once, I stepped on
our society is undergoing changes so must our thinking and a rusty nail and almost had lockjaw, and from my feet up so
customs. Though the majority may desire to retain such sym- > many other things have happened to me, I wonder how I have
bols, we must make them conscious of the feelings of the mi- made it this far. I have been cut, stabbed, fooled, deceived
nority. We must make them see that discarding such symbols double crossed, dealt seconds, and almost blackmailed . I
they are not yielding to the will of the minority, but attesting have been laid off,put off, thrown off,fired and not rehired .
to the will of the majority to apply the golden rule.It Fve been Jim Crowed,segregatedassaulted, Insulted,eliminate!
might Just well be that the transfer of these students will ed (almost), locked in, locked out, locked up, knocked down,
create some kind of hardship for the school board, but I feel and thank goodness Fm not a woman cause I would have
the greater damage Is being done to the young people involved. t.. J probably been knocked up. I have been caught in the rain,
What they are asking is morally right. The final result; despite $f x'J> .B caught in a raid,caught short with my rent, and caught with the
present opposition can only mean compliance. there- J .+" ., wrong woman. My name should have beenJobfor the patience
fore, I don't feel they should be robbed of the opportunity of I have had to have. And that ain't all . rye been underfed,
leaving that being a part of a movement also has its merits. br iveofIny under ,underpaid. nourished,under privileged,under educated,
They are leaving what it is like tobe involved, and I think the under employed and misunderstood, and believe me when you 1
sooner, the better. go through all of these changes, or any of them you know what I
poverty Is, and that is only a drop in the bucket of poverty.' i,
I'' Free Boat Regatta* For Scouts With this, the man threw up his hands,and said, "Mr. Bead, II \
IN COLOR tf I Tra sorry I asked you"..,turned his back and walked toward I
The City of Miami loves its diem Oct. 27.Members. NAN IAURI 17th Avenue where the EOPI and Model Cities programs are '
boy scouts and girl scouts. of any scouting ABBEY BEAU MARTIN PETERS making plans to better the conditions of the people in what is
That's why they are all invited organization, sea scouts, cub .LINCOLN as.m". BRIDGES ,deemed the biggest poverty area of Dade County
to be the city's guests, scouts and brownies too, will Extra Added AttractionLEE I talked about the Humane Society not too long ago, and how
free, at theNational Cham- be admitted without charge if MARVIN In "SGT. RYKER"IN they will pick up your dog ... even if he has a tag on . and
pionship Powerboat Regtttaatthe they are in uniform. make you pay to get him back,plus room and board and a shot i
City of Miami Marine Sta- Action starts at 1 p.m. COLOR he does not need, rather than call you and tell you be is there .iI |
I You worry yourself to death looking everywhere for your pet \
when be accidentally gets out of your yard or house, and so \
You don't have Canada to this legendary
to to anymore get
go
what did you puy for the registration,shot and tag for if it does i
Canadian whisky. not identify the owner? Well, now we have dog in our neigh- ,
But before you go out and buy it, there are two things you really borhood who barks all day and all night. .. bit a little fellow !
should know. who was riding his bike down the street,and disturbs the little I .
than other whiskies. Second it lady next door to him so badly that she now makes two trips t\
First Crown Royal costs you more ,
to her doctor each week instead of the usual one for heart
tastes better than other whiskies. trouble and nerves. But one of our neighbors asked us what
You spend a little. But you live a little. could be done about it, because she had called the police department l' '
and they had told her that she would have to take outa
warrant for the dog, and the police would investigate. But
they could not prove that he was disturbing the peace of the
neighborhood if the dog barked when they were investigating
because they would be like an"outside, interference for the ,
dog and cause him to bark." Now, lam far enough away from
1T4t1iiNI the dog's barking that it does not bother me, but we are trying ;
. '' for neighborhood cooperation, and I would like to know what
r 0 s tiI other people do in cases like this. Any ideas? Each man feels
Pfc Arthur Price, U.S.M.C.
'' has Just returned to Camp that he is entitled to his;pet,and you can't blame him for that,"
but what about others? Are they supposed to move from a
Lejeune N. C. after atwenty
.
to for because someone else is not (
worked
day leave here. He has Just house that they pay
completed 17 weeks of trainIng considerate of others?
there. He Is the son of I am selling my house, anyway . not because of the dog, .
a Mrs. Lula Prince, 6529 NW because as I said, I am far enough away not to bear him, but
13th Court and is now training the "old folks at home" don't need all this space, anymore.
as a paratrooper in CampLe- Three bedrooms, 2 baths, and a den that lets out into a bedroom :
>
; Jeune. . big yard, patio andbar-be-que pit. Close to every-
thing and nice neighborhood. Any buyers?
QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Don't forget the Ebony
t WEAR IT NATURAL or Fashion Fair on October 27th. This is the 11th annual spon-
__ sored by Gamma Zeta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha
.. L COMB IT STRAIGHT Sorority for the benefit of their exceptional children and
Dry looking dull is "Fashion Freedom '68" and
w kinky hair look* scholarship funds. This year
.{ ller you-apply In aeeondi.' a dab when of will feature ten female and two male models. Dade County
t' 4 .' '\ MURRAY'S Superior Auditorium is the site and general admission is$5.00. Reserved -
DRESSING
wN HAIR
POMADE.Add*iparkllnf seats are $7.00, which includes a one-year subscription to I
hlghlighta.Never six-month subscription to Jet. Sorority members
lUcky or creas, Ebony or a
Straight manage balr, hard-to hereon have the tickets, as do the Economy and Community DrugStores
,,, L' wltery allkUr Iart aad.: Hicks Kurl and Komb, and the Auditorium.If you don't
holds 'hat
combed 1GOIc.1 cia,.., find them, tcall691-7870.01yeah: .. .5 p.m. is the time,
A than favorite 40 year for. more I so please support this worthwhile project.., Clyde Killens is \
HURRAY'SPOMADE getting ready for the big "Hurricane Ball" at the Knight Beat
HAIR DRESSING' Halloween night. This is always a sell out show, so you'd
better start early . Chickie Horn is 10 town from a successful I Il
Contain no add,alkalfe or other haw l engagement in th Virgin Islands. He is on his way to' I
Irritanta groorolnr.U'a On Inexpenilvo.al. at all drug way and to food eo*,. Nassau to pull em in at the Tropicana (old Playboy) Club. .
lDetio fife.counter Get MURRAY'S Trial al..2SEconomjto today Seems as if these Negroes who have a little money are holding
( HHHI H HflBHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHiHHH MURRATS SUPERIOR PRODUCTS cc. on real tight. They are saying if George Wallace wins the elc-
I Seagram'.Crown Royal.In the purple E,od<.Blended Canadian WhUky.60 Proof.Seagram D ......Company.New York,N.Y. 455 chartottt A...,Detroit, Michigan 48201 t I i tlon they are all moving to Nassau. Me,too, if I have to swimBy

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Several hundred students at Northwestern staged a sit-in

Society as a whole isn't always in accord with changing fash- Thursday because of a cancelled peprally.The .
ions. But the light colored knits and trousers worn by today's students protested so that the tradition of having a rally,
high school males are being massly produced and there reallyisn't the day of game, could be continued.The protest was peacefuland

much the social disagreeables can do about it. It's obvious orderly.
that a great many fellows are in this bag now and it is Representatives from each English class visited the Coconut
;their money that is being spent.In Grove playhouse Tuesday and Wednesday to view the play The

lieu of all of this, I couldn't help but wonder how our girls h Misanthrope."
feel about our dress. Do they consider it cool and out of sightor The Bulls suffered their second straight loss Thursday.

do they regard us as competitors. Hialeah defeated the Bulls 38-6.
I This week it is our privilege to have several girls sharing Tonight's game will be at the Junior College stadium, North-
their honest opinions on what the guys are wearing. western vs North Miami. The Bulls will rise again.
: For more school news listen for Nathaniel Miller,Thursday
; CASSANDRA JEFFERSON, MIAMI NORTHWESTERN: "I i
think that the fashions of today for young men are very attractive on WFUN at 10:15.

and becoming, but there are some as always who go to the I

extreme with the colors of the clothes and the way they fit, Students
Nassau Get
causing them to look a bit too feminine."

} ROSALYN SMITH, MIAMI JACKSON: "Personally, it isn't |
I becoming at all.It looks like Easter.Girls prefer boys to wear Winn-Dixie ScholarshipsThe
the darker colors making them appear more matured; when < !
i: make them look childish." :
'the yellow, pink, etc. quite Winn-Dixie Stores
BEVERLY ROYAL, NOTRE DAME ACADEMY: "I do not
: of Jacksonville
Foundation ,
't feel too many young are qualified as far as looks are concerned | Sod SUta 01 tic Wed announces the awarding of

it's really weird. I haven't seen guy yet who looks decentin scholarships to two Bethune-

the odd colors. But I don't like boys in loud colors anyhow, I Ella Lewis, our soul sister of the week,is the daugh- Coo k man College students

especially pink, but in shirts It's passable." ter of Mr. and Mrs. Willie E. Lewis of 2951 NW 187th from Nassau, Bahamas. The

BRENDA BENNETTE, MIAMI EDISON: "I feel that some Street Carol City. Ella is a senior at Miami Carol recipients of the scholarships

boys can wear these colors and others can't. It's according | City High School where she is a member of the FSA ire Miss Carolyn E.Scott,and
to the complexion of the Individual. But when a dark sking boy Organization. She would like to attend Tennessee A&I, Mr. Rodney E. C.Johnson,who
steps out in purple and red, it Is Just too much. I was always \ graduate and become a Physical Educator instructor. entered the Freshman Class. r
taught one should wear colors to one's complexion" ,

JACKIE BROWN, CAROL CITY: "Well, personally I really j T ... '
don't care too much for them, I'm not going to condemn them
but if a boy were to ask me if he should buy a pair, rd say no.
But it seems that it's all they are making so If they had to r
wear these colors, rd go along with the pink and green be- Performing Arts Society V..

,cause those are my favorite colors. But the worst a boy could
1- come out in is the red and purple. It really looks ridiculous toI' Elects
N PresidentIt
me. I have to admit some look nice. But I don't even wear
purple and yellow pants myself and then again it's up to the
individual." was no surprise when RODNEY E. C. JOHNSON

Miss Juanita Deshazior,a Miami -
GAIL COACHMAN, MIAMI CENTRAL: "I really think it's reading, sports, dramatics,
Jackson High School
;ridiculous. This type of dress should be worn at the proper Lossabias and the Kiwanis key
senior elected
was unanimously -
place and time.All of the boys who dress in this manner do not |
President of The Performing Club.Mr.
appear to have depicting taste. But if I had to choose a color Arts Society of The Paul Johnson Is the son of
for the men I would prefer a lavender in coordinationwith
young La Pierre School of Musical Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Alex-
what I was wearing." ander Johnson of Thompson'sBlvd.
Arts For quite some time the ,
JESTINA DAYS, MIAMI NORTHWESTERN: "Today's men musical group had been considering ., p. O. Box 486, Nassau,
and women fashions are based on the Idea that what women Miss Deshazior Bahamas He graduated from
+t F . CAROLYN E. SCOTT
.can wear, i men can wear and vice-versa j. Just like there are j Because of her many displayed St. Anne's School with a gen-
those who believe a woman should remain in a woman's place efforts and in a recent cone Miss Scott is the daughter of eral certificate in education.
;and a man likewise, there are those who go along with this ( ert, her presentation was Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Scott of He participated in musicalac-

'new idea. Realizing that time and trends I change, I accept the ,considered among the best, to West St., Nassau, Bahamas. tivities, and was a member of
idea of a man wearing lace, loud flashy colors, hip huggersand j the point where one of our well She plans to major in Biology, the baseball,Softball,and basketball -
ruffles. I even like it on some men as long as their skin j known critics told us her and upon receiving her degree, teams. Mr. Johnson
color agrees. However, always bearing a few pieces of old ,selection, being a difficult vocal she will return to the Bahamasfor plans to major in Business
fashioned ordinary men's clothing as a part of his wardrobe j
( arrangement, was carried employment. Miss Scott Administration, and upon
thus eliminating most of my wondering." (over with utmost flawlessness MISS JUANITA DESHAZIOR graduated from Western graduation, he plans to returnto
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Secondary School and Govern- the Bahamas and seek em-

Miami's number soul sis ment High School with a "B" ployment in a business enterprise -
one Juanita took over the office Boone Jr. presented her in a average. She participated in .
f tter, Betty Wright, has a new wen former President Dave special "president's Recep
side out on the same label. It's
tion" held in our studiohome.To ,
I entitled "He's Bad, Bad, Bad." an audience of extremely Girl' Scouts At Carver YMCAGirl I

After teaching the girls a lesson .. dignified guests, her reciprocation
with her last recording, the S address thanked every Scout Senior Troupe Project "Y" was developedand

smash hit "Girls Can't Do What .. one and said words to the effect 409, under the direction of implemented by the Art
The Guys Do," Betty now tells tI '$ -. tha she would insist the society Miss Elizabeth Jones, began Patrol girls: Juanita Reaves,
I of her awareness of her lover "spread it's wings" and their fall project of the month Patricia Jennings, Debra

who Is as she puts It, bad, bad, help further the cause,through program at the Carver YMCA Jones, Valjames Collington,
bad. Unfortunately our girl has music, of creating a better last Saturday morning. Gale Coachman, Diana Dyers,
to find it out the hard way. She cultural environment in this Denise Bendross and Sharon
has a broken heart to show it., area "it's one thing to talk The Art Patrol of Troupe Cobb.
Betty's on the road again. about it and another to do 409 In conjunction J with the This is only one of the many
* * * * * * * something about it" said she Carver YMCA staff, produceda services that Troup 409 will

For all of the lovers of the psychedelic, the past was a in a private interview At miswriting morning of enjoyment for Y- sponsor during the coming

weekend in your favor. The Blue Cheer, a recording group we are pleased to be members and neighborhood year. They also plan to take
known for their poll topping "Summertime Blues," almost reminded that the society al. children by showing them how some of the Carver"Y" mem-
brought down ,the top of Collins Avenue's Image. The group ready has a history of to utilize Inexpensive ma- bers and neighborhood girls
appeared there Friday and Saturday nights .'tlr s t s." Most Important is terials and make worthwhile on a week-end camping trip
These long haired white fellows who play with a background our presentation of music debutantes projects for themselves. the last of November.
of some thirteen electrical amplifiers topped off their Miami in what is known to be
showing with a love-in ttGreynolds Park on Sunday afternoon tie world's finest and largest
f" * * * ** * * *
SAN ANTONIO. Airman resort Hotel, the Hotel Fon- Williams Named Alumni Head I
The girls of the Youth Council of the National Council of Lucille Mathews, daughter of talnebleau, which we integrated -

'Negro Women rallied with their usual bag on last Saturday Mrs. Joe E. Mathews of 1395 by the way. It goes on and Dr. Prezell R. Robinson, lion and a minor in Physical
night at Bonded.The place swarmed with people as they swayedto NW 51st St., Miami, has com- on. president, Saint Augustine's

such tunes as"Say It Loud" and"Hey Western Union Man." pleted basic training at Lack college, has announced the appointment Education.As student he was very active -
of the foxes at the scene were Yvonne Smith, Beverly land AFB, Tex. She has been "We are concerned that of George Williams a school affairs. He wasa
in
{some Natave Hepburn, Atlenor Wise, Lillian Ledon,Judy assigned to the Air Force success is not measured by of Miami, to the post of Coordinator member of the school neWS-
Beatrice HortonShirlynRawlsBev- Technical Training Center at what nun accomplishes but by of
,Carter, Rosalind Smith, Alumni Affairs of the
staff and captain
Frederick Johnice Monroe Lowry AFB Colo. for the opposition he encountersand paper ,
jerly Parks,Denise Sawyer,Stephanie spec- and track teams.. I
( Brenda Bethune (showing off her new class ring), Alma ialized schooling as a supply the courage with which he A 1961 graduate of the basketball II I
I :Donovan, Alvita Brown, Vernetta King, and of course Bernice specialist. Airman Mathews,a maintains a struggle against T. Washington Booker j
Ward and Lillian's little sister, "Bop." 1964 graduate of Ralph J. perhaps overwhelming odds." fa Miami; High School IT PAYS TO
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1 One of the girls at the set complimented on bow together Bunche High School, Wood- Our congratulations to our new the A. B. degree from
'she thought the boys were and gave a special note on JoeThomas' bine, Ga.,has studied at Miami president, Miss Juanita De- St. Au- ADVERTISE
shazior. fstine's College In 1965,with L I
1 Afro. Dade Junior College.
major in Elementary Educa-
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Gets 50 YearsCriminal ..

Court Judge Paul that they were awakened at apartment. He told the Judge
Baker sentenced a Miami man about 4 a.m.and Freeman,who that he was passing by the
convicted of burglary last Fri- had been emptying Mrs. apartment building) trippedover
day with a50-yearprisonsen- Meeks' purse, put a razor to the feet of Meeks, who
tence. her throat and started from was sleeping on the porch,and
the then was held at gunpoint and
apartment building using
Earl Freeman, 29, of 235 '
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her as a shield, beaten by Meeks and his
NW 10th St. was found guiltyof
Meeks said he grabbed a friends. I
a razor-wielding burglary e
attempt July 27 at the apartment gun, ordered Freeman to drop Edward Carhart, assistant
of George and Louise his razor and held Freeman state attorney, asked Judge
Meeks, 1132 NW 2nd Avenue. until police arrived. Baker to consider Freeman's
The defendant said he was prior record- four burglary
The couple told the Judge not burglarizing the Meeks convictions in sentencing. 1jp'
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teenage boys were arrested the chest as he stood in the 1 with a back injury,and he wentto fl
by Metro deputies Sun- doorway of his apartment at j the door, shouting at the Breadbasket-A&P Sign Pact Picketing Ends |
day on charges that they shot 2460 NW 63rd St.Detectives. youngsters to get away from ,
and killeda61-year-oldsemi- said Jones' I his car.
invalid after he used a gun to wife Emma gave themthisac- When they Ignored him, he Four-thousand SCLC-Operation Breadbasket volunteers celebrated a
stop them from trying to steal count; j fired one shot from a.38cali- "victory" this past Saturday with the signing of a new agreement with the
his car. She looked out her window 1 ter: revolver. Mrs. Jones said A&P food chain which ended a 14-week boycott of the world's largest food
Freddie Wester, 19, of 2325 Saturday night when she heard I le fired away from them,trying chain.
NW 66th St.and Billy Solomon, loud talking in the street and j to scare them off.
Ahown the Earl E. General
signing agreement are Poyner, Superintendentof
18, of 6616 NW 24th Ct. were saw a girl and three young men The group broke up,with two
held in Dade County Jail on near Jones' car. One of the I of the young men crossing the the Chicago Unit of A&P and Rev. Jesse L Jackson, National Director of

first degree murder charges. boys was trying to Jimmy open :street. A shot came from that SCLC's Operation Breadbasket. shown watching the signing are (I to r) The .
Police said the teenagersfired a window In the car, she said. I direction and Jones fell back- Rev. Mrs. Willie Barrow, Dir. of Operation Breadbasket's Women's Division;
a volley of shots, one of Mrs. Jones woke her hus- ward. His wife ran tothetele- The Rev. Henry Hardy, Breadbasket minister and pastor of Cosmopolitan Com-
which struck Julius Jones in band who is partly disabled of shots
ex-
phone as a volley
ploded. munity Church; Sammy Davis, Jr.; The Rev. Clay Evans, Breadbasket "Con- .

venor" and pastor of Fellowship Baptist Church; William Watson, newly appointed -

Kills Neighbor Goes Assistant to the Director of Personnel, A&P Co.; and The Rev. Calvin .

I I S. Morris, Associate Director of Operation Breadbasket. (SCLC photo by
[ Carol City D. W. Simon). 1
Out To Shoot Pool

Boy DrownsAn National Conference On "Effects Of
A man was shot to death witha Kitty Kat Bar, 3737 NW17th I
sawed-off shotgun Friday Ave., while he was shooting 11-year-old boy fell
night as he sat at his kitchen pool, and charged him with from a railroad trestle Sun- Discrimination On Children And Youth"
table, eating dinner. first degree murder.Detective day afternoon and drowned in

James Brantley, 30, of 5155 Sgt. Henry the Snake Creek Canal at 159thSt. A six-day national confer- children and youth; Mrs
NW 17th Ave. was shot once said Brantley Powell and State Rd. Nine. James T. Edwards, St. Louis
Weaver
ence on "The Effects of Dine -
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in the head.He was dead on arrival Archdiocesan Council of
and their wives live at the Metro divers recovered th crimination on Children and
at Jackson Memorial same address. Powell's wife body of Samuel W. Rich, ol f t Youth" with an emphasis on r Catholic youth; Mrs. Clara
Hospital. Pauline, 26,also witnessed the 3621 NW 210 Ter.,an hour anda the Kerner Commission Re- ..... :. Gay, president, National Con
Miami Police said the said. into the t 1 ... ." gress of Colored Parents and
he
shooting, police half after plunged -frrt will take place Oct.2025at ....
shooting occurred a few min- :; Teachers; Georgia Jones of
water. the Shore Club Hotel Miami
on -
utes after 6 p.m., before the The couples had been feud- . ,11 the CRB, Miami.
of Brantley's wife Evelyn ing for some time, Weaver A friend, Timothy Brown,t Beach, sponsored by the S \ ,I Also Dr. Michael Kinsler
eyes said. He said Powell had bor- 11, of 1951 NW 152nd St., tol d( National Conference of Christians .,""'k -- '> and Dr. Eugene MalesJea of the

29.About two and a half hours rowed the murder weapon l officers thatSamuelstumbled, and Jews. >" Center for Urban Education,
fell onto the tracks then sli d I Dr. James Eagan, National
later, police arrested Clarence from a friend, but discardedit I N.Y.C.; Leonard Lewis, Civil
Into the canal. Vice-president of the NCCJ,
Powell Jr., 32, at tne after the killing. Rights Director of the American -
will be the Institute Director
u Federation of Teachers,
and has invited national
representatives AFL-CIO; Dr. Gilbert Porter,
Li
from youth serving
Dade County Board of public
agencies to attend.Nationally .
Instruction; Dr. Corbert H,
known speakersand -' -'- Turner, associate professor
Harshness has had it. panel discussion leaders DR JAMES EAGAN of Psychiatry, Children's
. Director
include; Mrs. Mary Jane An- Clinic, Emory University and
derson, children's service Legal Services; Dr. Lewis Mrs. Ann Wolfe,program con-
consultant, Florida State Library Diane, Prof: of Sociology, the sultant for the American
; Mrs. G. Cherry, EOPI Virginia Commission for Jewish Committee.



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I Florida NAACP Convention Oct. 24-26 At Winter Haven I


Florida NAACP President, Holiday inn in Winter Haven, evening public mass meeting.Rev. Rev. Joel E. Atkins, State ing Ghetto Living Through the to be elected in an at-large
Rev. Joel E. Atkins and Field
Oct. 24-26. A. M. Scott, State Conference Presidentwill Office of Economic Opportunity election in the history of Jacksonville -
Director, Marvin Davies announced -/ Rev. J, C, Sams, president, Churchwork Chairman of preside over the 1st business Programs." Mrs Sail y e B.Ma-
this week that the National Baptist State Convention afternoon the Twelfth Annual of the 1st
session on Friday morning A workshop entitled: "Edu this, also one Negro
theme of the 29th Annual Con- of America; President, Churchwork meeting with the Mr. Robert (Bob) Gilder, cating Ghetto Residents for City Commissioners of Jack-
vention of the NAACP State Progressive Baptist State sub-theme "The Church's president of the Tampa Effective Use of the Vote"will sonville and 1st honoree-re-
Conference of Branches is Convention and pastor of the Role In Meeting the Economicand NAACP Branch will presideon be led on Friday morning by cipient of the Pearson Award
"Eliminating Ghetto "Living Second Baptist Church of Political Needs of Ghetto Friday over a panel of experts Dr. Von D. Mizell, State Poli- will present the award on Saturday -
Through Vote Power. The Jacksonville, will be the key- "
Residents. concerning: "Eliminat- tical Action Chairman.Rev. at 8 p.m.
Convention will be held at the note speaker for the ThursdayWOOLWORTH'S T. A. Wright,State 2nd Mr. Clarence Mitchell, Na-

Vice President of Gainesville tional Director, Washington
I. -.h developer of a 100unit Bureau, NAACP Washington,
FHA 221D-3 Rent Supplementfor D. C. will be the key speakerat
low-income families, will the Freedom award dinner.
moderate a panel on Friday Mr. William Morris, National
I I evening entitled "Housing Development Housing Director, NAACP,
and ,Ghetto Elimination New York, New York will bea
." guest and Consultant at the
1 I I The Youth Night public mass Convention.
I II meeting on Friday will be key- Other topics for discussionand
noted by Mr. Kenneth Brown, workshops include:School
National Associate Direc- integration, state proposed
tor for Youth and College Pro constitution, employment,
( I grams, NAACP, New York, welfare, Job training, police
New York. brutality and law and Justice.
-=..... The 2nd Annual Rutledge H. The Convention expected to
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350 and
Pearson, Sr. Award, presented some delegates
/ tipT Ni1OO ,W pT.4.S BROWNSVILLEDRUG to the Negro Floridian who participants from the 68 state
-y' _woo shall have made the highest branches and will gear a pro-
I. r achievement during the pre- gram for getting out the vote,
: STORE ceding year or years in any defeating the proposed state

...... ,.: ". SERVING THE BROWNSVILLE honorable field of human en- constitution, employment of
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"9'A. : COMMUNITY, FOR 18 YEARS deavor, will be presented to Negro hlghwaypatrolmen
groes serving on the state and
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I 455 Executed For Rape 'fn U.S. j



405 NegroesWASHINGTON

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D. C. A pears that Negro defendantswho persons have been executed in :
comprehensive study showing rape white victims have the United States for rape;405
high death penalities for Negroes been disproportionately sen- were Negroes.
involved in rape white tenced to death, by reason of In Maxwell's case, LDF attorneys -
women was ''presented to the their race, during the years say three factors
n U, S.SupremeCourtthisweek. 1945-65 in the state of Arkansas made Arkansas particularly
The study is part of the defense ." discriminatory in the admin-
# In Arkansas 19 AStration of capital punish-
"r Yrn of a Negro man on death persons
have been executed;seventeenof ment: denial of a fair oppor-
S .I r 1 NT row.This unusual them were black. tunity to put before the Jury information -
challenge was Dr. Wolfgang's report holds relevant to sentenc-
made by the NAACP Legal Defense that very much the same situ- ing; absence of any rational
and Educational Fund, ation prevails throughout the ,standards to guide Juries in
inc. (LDF) attorneys who asked
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United States, especially in sentencing; and racial discrimination -
the High Court to reverse
southern and border states. in the selection of
the death sentence of Arkansas
Since 1930,for example.455 the Jury.
Negro inmate, William L.
Maxwell. GRADUATION PICTURES MADE

Maxwell was sentenced to COME IN TODAY! I
the electric chair in 1962 after
an all-white jury found him CAPS AND GOWNS FURNISHED
......,.."" .... -.................. :. ..... ..:..r1 r:w 810iM .:..StidYThat's guilty of raping a white woman.
TASSELS OF ALL SCHOOL COLORS
Miss United Fund, Linda Goldsmith, looking at a part of Goodwill r.
Industries' facilities, on her preview tour of United Fund member The study used in the case
agencies
is based
I which will be this Sunday October 20 from 2-5 on the investigation of Johnson of MiamiSpecializing
open p.m., during Project 2,500 rape cases in 225 coun- J
Open Wide. The invitation is out to all Dade Countians to drop in at Fund ties of 11 southern states.

agencies to see their past contributions in action.SUNDAY in

I IS UNITED FUND "OPEN WIDE" DAY statistician Noted criminologist, Dr. MarvinE. and Group Pictures

Wolfgang of the University
me U D It e a Fund of Dade Branch, Boys' Clubs, 10915 7121 SW 3rd St.;YM-YWHA of of Pennsylvania who headed I

County the residential, nearing the end opening of its NW Branch 14th, YMCA Avenue, ;13815 North NW Dade 17 Street.Greater Miami, 8500 SW 8th of the the study said, "On, the basis 1186 NW 3Stb St. 635-4741 :

annual campaign, has an- Avenue .!' "" '_"" '...:t it.' ." '-foregoing Asa 7r findings,r.'IIIIII':1 itap- : .. ....,..,. tee,,..
nounced that Sunday, Oct. 20, Near Northeast section; ,tt. ,.:", .:f
will be "Open Wide" day. Kiddy Kare Nursery School, iJsr! ;'J...' '

Project "Open Wide" is an 520 NW 75th St., Jewish Home , ,
open house In key member for the Aged, 151 NE 52nd St. .t1, ,,.t.... '" '< :
agencies of the Fund.Agencies Near Northwest section: <, :., ,,
representing all fields of service Jewish Vocational Service,
offered through United 318 NW 25th Street; Salvation ..
Fund will be open for visitors Army, Social Service Center, ; t : Y I
interested in seeing their past. 2236 NW Miami Ct. -{/'
contributions in action. .
Central
Miami: Metropolitan ..
The invitation is out for all Senior Center, 1401 NW 7 I', re y i sr 11 ,
Dade Countians to drop into the Street; Hearing Speech Center }
participating agencies be- 1540W.FlaglerSt.Goodwill ;
tween 2 and 5 p.m., Oct. 20. Industries, 200 South Mi-
Each agency will have station ami Avenue.
hand to answer questions and Coral GablesCoconutGrove
provide tours of facilities.The area; Boys'Olubsof
agencies sheduled to be open Miami, 2805 SW 32nd ve.ist.
during Project "Open Wide"are A1 b an' s Day Nursery, 3465
listed belowby geographical Brooker St.
area; Far Southwest section:
North Miami: Northwest DARC Flagami Day Nursery,


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SOC A LOUAf SfrCURtT Aura, Tooooo GOP Minorities Division Moves f;

oooo WHAT YOU'VE GOT COMING I

oHN a.oust.lc.P FROM SOCIAL SECURITY Full Blast Into CamnaianThe

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row rotas u rr ruwrous w1/01" COMMISSIONER M ROBERT OF SOCIal M. Mil Minorities Division of ornia, Moline, Illinois,Akron, norities staff are such distinguished Others Include Ed Sexton,
SECOIIU the Republican National Com- Ohio, Dallas, Texas and Key Republicans, Demo- a former state senator from
mittee is busier than ever Biscayne, Florida. crats, and IndependentsasJohn Wichita, Kansas; Theodore
The social security law, ore of the most amended laws on these last weeks of the cam- Members of the Minority Wilks of San Francisco; Brown, former Peace Corps
the books, has changed frequently In its 33-year history to paign. SUnder are also seeking en- Robert J, Brown of High! Point, executive ; Leon Perry,
meet the demands of a dynamic economy and the changing the Direction of 'dorsements from black com- North Carolina and New York; former news director radio
needs of the American society.The Clarence L. Townes, Jr., munity leaders throughout the and James Gilreath of Balti- station KA T Z A in St. Louis;
changes In the law have reflected economic factors Director of the Division and 'country for the national ticket more; and Dr. Ronald Smith, Attorney Jim Flournoy of Los
Special Assistant to the Re- :and for local and state candi- a senior board member of the
such as the increase number of women in the work force the Angeles; Charles Fisher,Rev.S. .
;
rising cost of living; and of health care.But probably the most publican National Chairman, dates. Southern Christian Lead- Everett Guiles, and Joe
important change has been shift In the attitude of the American Ray C. Bliss, the Division has Helping carry out the ership Conference of Atlanta, Clarke, all ofWashington
public Itself--the acceptance of the social Insurance or social keyed its operation to getting ,strategic programs of the Mi Georgia. DC.FRANKLIN'S .
the basic method of Negroes across the country
security as providing a continuing Incomefor
involved
the family when the breadwinner retires,becomes disabled, in this year's elec-

dies.. tion.As
or CARPET
part of that effort, the
For the generation now beginning to assume its place as Minorities
adults in the working world, the changes may not seem so coordinating Division its activities staff with is 8650 NW 22ND AVENUE
dramatic. Social security today Is as much taken for grantedas the
the public school system and only those who can recallthe New York Headquarters of SPECIALIZING IN RUG SALES & CLEANING
Nix ion
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g secure a
period of the depression during which the program was large plurality of the black COMMERCIAL CLEANING & FLOOR WAXING
given birth can remember a society without social security.
vote for the Republican ticket. CARPETING CLEANED IN YOUR HOME OR OUR PLANT
From what was solely a retirement program for persons in The staff is working closely
industry and commerce,the social security program has grown with and for the Black GOP FREE ESTIMATES IN YOUR HOME CALL 696-9133 OR 635-3641
until today it includes protection for the survivors of deceased Congressional candidates and 24 HOUR ANSWERING SERVICE
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pendents, and health Insurance for the aged. It has become a ., ... .
local and states offices. .. ', 1 ".. l
basic program of financial security and Income maintenancefor Though the Minorities staffis }
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people in Just about all occupations. headquartered in Washington .11I ::.j' '+../i.: .. !. j
More than 24 million persons are currently receiving D.C. field representatives : p". J
monthly social security benefits. The figure includes some 18 supplement its work throughout ,i_ I .kft.
million people 65 and over;and about 2.2 million young workersand the country by advising .. ,. : ) : .. .
their dependents who are disabled and about 3.4 million P \
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persons--widows and children of deceased workersreceiv- their respectives regionalareas. :
ing survivors benefits. '
These figures point up one of the common misconceptionsabout From October 7 through the .,. __ 11'',. :
social security. A surprising number of peoples still Campaign, the Minorities field r ,
think of social security as primarily a retirement program, staff will be working with the yew.
although benefits for dependents and survivors have been payable Nixon Agnew campaign to insure -
since January 1940, and for disabled people since 1957. full black participation
Some 87 percent of the persons between 25 and 65 are pro- at rallies set for Buffalo,New
tected under the social security disability program. And 95 York, Minneapolis, Minn-
percent of all mothers and children have survivors protection esota, Santa Monica, Calif-
against the death of the husband and father. Almost onethirdof
social security contributions go toward this protection a-

against illness, injury, or death during the years when the flee'rWfrUfEL c + M,
workers is growing up.
eueEau"Your
Practically every type of work is covered under social security -
from the to the domestic worker
-- migrant fruitpicker Neighborhood Travel

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I will be discussing many different aspects of the social security f Uphon. Clvo ui a call.
program in future columns--the various types of bene- W Ava.'. d.llv.r.FR 9-8451.1104 Chas.NW 3rd C. We Carry Brand Name Carpeting
fits and how to apply for them,how social security works, what North, Mana .r.
you need to know to make the most of your social security protection
and how your social security office can held you.
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r King's Widow Gains Own National StatureWhen I



ten weeks after her husband's assassination, lead." The article reveals Mrs. King as exceptionally the hoovering threat of death to husband and entire family.
I Coretta Scott King stood in his place at the Lincoln Memorial strong-willed, with high goals, even as a child in Ala- Long before king's Noble prize and world acclaim,Ebony
and spoke to the 50,000 poor people of Rescurrec- bama's Perry County, struggling for everything she got. makes it clear, "She was quite award of her husbnad's
tion City, it was preha ,her most dramatic public "
appearance During the Depression she helped supplement the family greatness...
but it promises to be far from her last. Ebonv ma g_ income by hoeing and picking cotton. Seizing education as The moment the threats and near-misses became reality -
in its
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the "magic life ingredient,"she began the long,hard push with a single bullet in Memphis, the widow,and
rent issue. In rallyingthepoor beyond her isolated, restricted Southern rural world toward mother of four faced vastly multiplied responsibilites,and
she was not seekingto an environment where she would be treated as an now, as she must,Coretta King looks to the future. Thoughher
take the place of Mar- equal and be able to do something for humanity. husband reportedly left her only $5,000 and the King
tin Luther King, Jr.,"but Driben by this determination musical talent,she en- home, she will also receive income from a $50,000 Insurance -
modestly endeavoring to" dured four years, as a "token" Negro, little snubs and a policy taken out for her by singer Harry Bela-
expound his message, social outsider's role at Ohio's Antioch College, not yet fonte, a close friend, in Dr. King's life.However, she hasa
the magazine says.Ebony the liberal stronghold it later became.This steeled her for contract with publishers Holt, Rinehart and Winston
suggests that she will follow the future, Ebony says, and left her not illusions about more than $500,000 on her memoirs.
in her husband's foot- Northern integration. Graduating,Coretta won acceptancein Still other responsiblities came with her election to the
steps, working In harmony ' 1951 to the New England Conservatory of Music and a board of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference
with his other fol- tution fellwoship. To survive, she did housecleaning for following its leader's death. Observers believe she may
lowers, led by his successor T lodging and breakfast and ate Graham crackers, peanut bring a charisma to SCLC's work of Inspiring public sup-
and best friend, Dr. butter and fruit for lunch and dinner. port and dramatizing the meaning of its mission.As .
Ralph D. Abernathy."Coretta Most importand, she was in Boston, It was there that one who knows too well the tragedy of violence,
Scott King is she met a young seminary postgraduate name Martin Lu- Mrs.King is a compelling voice for peace and social we 1-
not an ordinary woman," ther king, Jr. Her first reaction: He was too short, but fare. Between the assassination and the funeral, her incredible -
says associate editor Phil they were married in 1953. will power impelled her to Memphis to keep her
Garland in a six-and-a-half-page profile of the slain lead- Through 15 years of marriage, Mrs. King made wife- husband's date to march again with the striking garbage
I er's widow. "If she were, she would not have been ableto hood and housekeeping her life's priorities.For 13 years, collectors. Inher speech--clear-voiced, eloquent, tear-
survive the very special kind of life she has had to beginning with the third, she lived, steel-willed, under less--her commitment, like Dr. King's, was not Just to
a group but to mankind: "We are concerned about not
only the Negro poor, but the poor all over America and
all over the world. Every man deserves a right to a job
I or an income so that he can pursue liberty, life and hap-
Negroes Moving Up in Television Industry piness..,

Coretta Scott King, Ebony says, has become a figureof
national note.
Movin' On Up" is the nameof The Negro authors -- the next three years guiding tin show" and "Ironside."
a musical-comedy segment Jeanne A. Taylor, Larry L. weekly musical variety Because of his track record,
featured in the all-Negro Reed Jr. and Cal Wilson-- series for CBS. His major Warren was signed for a di-
"Soul" special to be colorcast were "discovered" and credits include "The Juliette recting chore when George
on the NBC Television brought into "Soul" by the Show," "A World of Music", Schlatter Ed Friendly Pro-
Network Thursday, Oct. 17 fourth writer on the staff,Dig- and "In Person," each of ductions (who are responsible w Call
((8:30-9:30 p.m.NYT;preemp- by Wolfe. Wolfe has been which ran 40 weeks."I for "R 0 wan and Martin's
ting "Ironside"). working with young Watts guess I was lucky,"War-, Laugh-In") was contracted by CHARLESROGERS
writers for several months."A ren commented."All of my NBC-TV to package the 'Soul'
Lou Rawls sings a song of program like "Soul" -- shows aired in Canada's prim- special. As soon as Schlatter
that title while various cast especially if It became a regu- est time,starting at 10:30 p.m, and Friendly saw the Initial
members engage in humorous la series -- can't help but on Saturdays, right after the! returns on Warren's "Soul"
sketches and blackouts per- give new Negro talent and production big hockey game." direction, however, he was AT PL 1-7502
taining to the present progress people additional op- Whether luck or what, "InPerson" I signed to helm NBC-TV's -
of Negroes in the American portunities to fill other re- last season was the I forthcoming special starring FOR A GOOD BUY ON A

society. sponsible positions in the industry third highest-rated show in I Diana Ross and theSupremes, PIANO, ORGAN, SCOTT
," Warren said. Canada, beaten only by two I and the Temptations and STEREO OR ORCHESTRA
'Movin'' On Up" might also NBC-TV programs which also I to handle other directing du- ,
epitomize what Negroes have Born In Harrodsburg, Ky., appear there,"The Dean Mar- ties. INSTRUMENTS.
the opportunity to do today in director Warren studied tech- !
nical of radio and tele-
aspects
the television Indus '
try,according :

Mark to "Soul's"Warren.Negro director there.vision Then at Lincoln he enlisted Institute in the :[t..SJi.i04+h. -0 a."t" Q: :1'- : :;rr.va' 11J I

Air Force and spent the final : .SINCtJ949ENJOY I Iii ,
"Most of the performers in four years of his six-year ser- r t
the special are black . butI vice in Ottawa, Canada. ii: FLORIDA ,OUTDOOR a
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don't consider that the most For the last 2 1/2 years in ; LIVING WITH THIS 4
significant factor," Warren the Air Force he moonlightedas <:? BEAUTIFUL PRECAST TILE
said. "These performers -- a Jazz disk jockey for a local :: TABLE SET AND UMBRELLA. t I'
like Martha and the Vandellasand radio station, writing and ::
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Nipsey Russell -- are producing his own material.
making it already they're internationally before his discharge 1:;:, LIFETIME CONSTRUCTION ,., ._ .. .
; Shortly is.. WRITTEII NARARTIE .' ''...._.,-,
accepted."I from the service,Warren took :M CANT RUST OR CORRODE'Z .'c:f 1. > m
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think it's much more sig- vision show to a new Ottawa i>::t' fringed; : :: :
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Ethel RANGEMrs. James of 2450 State Women's Convention

r flSTMEMOmALSTHS t NW 157th Street-Roar, died at I

Christian Hospital Oct. 8. She Church of God in ChristDuring

is survived by her sister,
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T Lititia Bradham; brothers the week ,of Sept. 12 Bishop L. E. Weaver, of Mel

IN MEMOR lAM I IN MEMORIAMIn BAIN'S Johnnie and Otis Nealey. Ser- through 15, the Ninth Annual bourne. His text "Be sure

vices were held Saturday at Women's Convention of the your sins will find you out."
loving memory of our be loving memory of our beloved Joseph Vincent Smith of 105
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and : New Bethel Baptist Church. Churches of God in Christ was Saturday began with prayer
mother, grandmother South Dixie Highway Apt. 24
held at the A. M. Cohen Temple i service. After which all dele-
MRS. Blanche White of 2200
JULIA died Mrs.
grandmother H. SAUNDERS Oct. 11, at Jackson Hospital -
located at 1747 NW 3rd Ave. gates went out to busses which
.
.J'MRS. who NW 57th St. died Oct. She
. departed this life Oct.20, He is the 16 yearoldson 9.
:
1952. is survived her The Rev. Jacob Cohen,pastor took them on their annual tour
of Mr. and Mrs. Ruvel by daughter
The Illustrious president and of the city The women expressed -
We loved you, but God loved Smith, was a student of Coral Marie Pinder; one grandson,
state supervisor of women thorough enjoyment, The
best. Leroy Marshall Jr. ,
you Gables High School. In addi- ; one
She Is gone, but not forgotten tion he is survived by his four granddaughter Deloris Law- Mother Gussie Gamble presided young ministers of the church
The choir of ministersand
presided over the evening ser-
brothers, four sisters grand- rence and five great grand-
,
deacons wives marched in vices. The high point of the
mother Mrs. Adrianna Smith, children. Services will be held
singing "We Came This Far evening was a sermon delivered -
Mr. Prince Hepburn, father seven aunts, four, uncles.Ser- Thursday, 2 p.m.in the chapel. "
by Faith.
Mrs. Gertrude by Elder Luther Johnson.His .
Mrs. Emily Hepburn, mothei vices will be held Saturday at Artice Thomas of 2184 NW
Butler state directress. text was taken from n
r ,lam" Sandra, Emily and Wendell 5 p.m. Church of God of Prophecy -
I 5th Avenue, died Oct. 9. He is The theme "A Call for King, 6:27-28. "If the Lord
1 Saunders, children Coconut Grove. Re- survived by his wife Ruby two "
1 ; Christian Women" was echo- doesn't help us, we're done.
Anna and Emerald mains will in the
sisters repose sons Artice Jr. and Walter
; ed throughout the convention. The mission offering was
chapel after 3 p.m. Friday. two daughters Katie and Flora; After the call to worship the raised by Elder Isaac Cohen.

: CARD OF THANKSThe Alexander Mackey of 2 25'A' mother Flora Mae;five sis- convention was officially open Proceeds from this conventionto

NW 13th St., died Oct. 12. He ters Viola,Willie Mae, Margie ed with an address by the dy- finance the Gussie Gamble

,1 e t! family of the late is survived by his wife Sadie; Dorothy and Lossie Mae Har- namic Mother Gamble. Mother Mission Rest Home, ap-

MRS. RUBY LEE DAVIS three sons, one daughter,sev- per; two brothers Thotis Harper Regina Lawrence of Miami and propriately called"The House .,

SUSIE HENDERSON i wish to acknowledge our eral nephews Gladstone and and Robert Thomas. Ser- Hostess Missionary Mae Dell by the Side of the Road." It is

who departed this life Oct.20, I thanks for your kind expressions Rollington Taylor of Richmond vices will be held Thursday, McSwa In,along with local located at 2049 NW 68th Ter.

1965. '! of sympathy in our hours Heights and Miami. Services 12 noon in the chapel. cabinet women, actively participated This home offers shelter to the

Asleep In Jesus, blessed
sleep from w h I c h she will i[ will always be remembered in the chapel.Remains will repose 1164 NW 56th St.,died at Jack- all delegates.On hand were the Churches of God in Christ.We .

never awake to weep. 1 after 1 p.m. Friday. son Hospital, Oct. 9. She Is various pastors and brethren i wish to give thanks to

May her soul rest in peace. The Davis Family Christopher Wamble of 907 survived by two sons, Emmettand of the church giving the wo- Mrs. Gussie M. Hamilton and
William two men their strong support. Mrs. Joan Hills chairman
NW 6th ; daughters ,
Ave., Fla. City, died
The Wilkerson, Allen, October 13 Olive and Yvonne; six sisters On Thursday night, civic co-chairman of the Public Relation
at James Archer
,
IN MEMO RIAM
Roundtree, Jackson and Hen Willie Harris, Maggie Gene- night, the platform was grac- for a job well done.
Smith Hospital.He is survivedby
derson families.CARD In loving memory of my mother parents Mr.and Mrs. L. C. rette, Made Kirkland, Maxle ed by various civic groups. Sunday's noonday service
I father and Wade Lois and Notably among these groups with the
brother, Wa m b 1 e; six brothers, two Washington began prayer war-
MRS. JENNIE CARNEGIE sisters Eurdlce Avenger; two bro- were County Commissioner, riors in charge. They calledall
Ser-
grandparents
OF THANKSThe thers Theo and Norris Wade. Honorable Earl Carroll and to worship, then the pro-
vices will be held Thursday at
members
MR. IKE CARNEGIE of the
Services were held Monday, Friendship cession of choirs took place.
family of the late 2 p.m. from the chapel.
February 24. 1954 Garden and Civic Club of which
at 12 noon in the chapel. Mrs. Syretha Strong is State
MRS. HAROLAND FREEMANwish Veronica LashonSamuels of Mother Gamble Is a member.
Directress of choirs and
Mrs.
MR. ROBERT CARNEGIE 3456 Frank Bessent of 7531 ,
Frow Ave., Coconut NW
The singing of National Anthem
to our gratitudefor -
express Savarise Perkins is her assis
and April 26, 1935 Grove, died Oct. 14 at Jack- 15th Avenue, died at Jackson and parade of banners
your, kindness, May they rest in and tant. The sermon was deliver
peace
son Hospital. She is survivedby Hospital Oct. 11. He is sur-
thoughtfulness during our be- were impressive under the ed Elder Beecham
j by E. B.
light perpetual shine ,
upon her mother and father.Arrangements vived by his wife Eunice and guidance of the members of
reavement. I them. State Superintendent of Sunday
six children. Services were
are incomplete.
Your cards, prayers, visits Mother Gamble's executive Schools. His text was "Those
held
at in
dishes, and floral pieces, and Thelma Carnegie the chapel.Tuesday, 3:30 p.m. cabinet. Mother Annie B.Rid- Women," which was broughtwith
will be ley gave the evening's mes-
other expressions remembered much power and inspira-

forever.We CARD OF THANKSThe HOUSE OF ALBERTThe Devry World, the five- sage on the theme: "Why We tion.

extend our thanks to Rev.T. remains of Mrs.MattieD. month-old daughter of David Are Here." President Gamble

C. Kelly of St. Paul AME Family of the late Kitchen, of 16040 NW 18th and Georgia World, 1215 NW On Friday morning the session awards to somo workers gave for

Church and Range Funeral'k MR. ASA M. PATTERSON. Ave., Opa-locka, will be ship- 60th St., Apt. 22, died at Jack- was opened with a call to outstanding contributions dur-

Home. wish to thank the many friends ped to Coopers Funeral Homein son Hospital, Oct. 9. Services worship with prayer warriorsin ing the year. The convention

and neighbors for their kind: Eastman, Ga., Oct. IB.: She were';-eld Tuesday in the charge. Later, there was a closed with our eyes looking

Mrs. Jerlean Barren ness during his illness and Is survived by two sons Willie chapel. leadership conference which toward 1969.Mother .
and Family death of our love one. proceeded under the miMin'
pate and Ira L. Taylor; one
Julius Jones of 2460 NW 63
We all love him but God love Robinson six theme "Make Leaders While Gussie Gamble,
daughter Cora ; St. died Oct. 12. He is
sur-
him best. The president, Elder E. D. John
Leading. Friday night
CARD OF THANKSThe grandchildren, 26 great vived by his wife Emma; two, son State Bishop.
delivered ,
sermon
The FamilyIN grandchildren, nine great SODS. Melvin and Robert: was by
family of the late great grand children two-c daughters-Sarah-Mays and

WILLIE WILSON MEMORIAM David Johnson of 2075 N. Mollie Lewis; two stepsons,
would like to thank the ,
neigh Jobs Now
James and Johnnie Jackson Training Open
Washington Street, Opa-locka, ;
bors and friends for cards, In memory of the late
letters _. -_ .- died Oct. 13 at Parkway General four grandchildren; two bro-
of condolence telegrams
1, Hospital. He is survived thers, Moses and Grady Jones;
flowers and kindness (1)) An employer in (Ithe extreme NW section of Miami has
his wife Alberta; two sons three sisters Bertha Diggs, for trainee to learn the
during our hours of sorrow. ''by an opening a operation of a plastic
and OUie C. one daughter Eddie Hill and Lucy Coley.
Our sincere thanks to the ; molding machine. The salary will start at $1.80 an hour
Range Funeral Home. t Malean; one sister Lucilla, Services will be held Saturday for a night shift, 11:00 p.m. to 7:00a.m., Monday through
{ Lee; nieces and nephews. Arrangements at 1 p.m. at Zion Hope Bap- Friday. .

The Wilson FamilyIN i are incomplete. tist Church (2) A N.W. Miami employer has a Job opening for a trainee,

Remains of Mrs. Mary Scott Mrs. Ollle Brown of 1964 to learn the repair of auto water pumps You must be me-

r. of 5923 NW 24th Ave, will} be NW 59th St. died Oct. 12, at chanically Inclined and willing worker.The salary startsat

MEMORIAMIn shipped to Carter's Funeral Jackson Hospital. She is sur- $1.70 an hour for a six day, forty-eight hour week.

memory of the late Home in Union Springs, Ala., vived by her husband Deacon (3)) A firm in S.W. Miami needs a roofer's helper.Experience

- Oct. 17. She is survived by six Milton Brown; one daughter; is not required but you must be willing to work and

daughters, Julia Fro a s t e r, four sons, 18 grandchildren, learn. The salary starts at $2.00 an hour for a five day,

I .. Mary L. and Minnie Scott,El- five great grandchildren, one forty hour week.
;w..1iII;: gerthea Davis, Lillle Fountain brother and two sisters. Ar- (4)) Baker helpers are needed in Hialeah. No experienceis

str REV. JOHN H. POLITE and Ella Webster; one son Anr rangements are incomplete.Mrs. necessary. The salary starts at $1.80 an hour for a .

i who departed this life Octobei drew Jackson Scott; one bro- night shift, five nights a week.

I 18, 1966. ther Johnnie Gilbert; five sis- Blanche Thompson of

i Now the day is over, ters, Mamie Bert, Annie Far- 1425 NW 1st Ct., died at Jack-

Night Is drawing nigh mer, Gussie Cora and Yank. son Hospital, Oct. 13. She is THANK YOU

I Shadows of the evening Services for Samuel Rich of survived by two sons, Fred

Now steals across the sky,' 3621 NW 210th Terrace,Carol erick and Hubert; a daughter Mrs Elizabeth Rivers and my
When the morning awakens,, family wishes to thank the
Mildred Cleare eight grand- I
will be held 2 Sat ;
Then may I arise, City, at Springs p.m.Baptist children; one brother, Willie Opa-locka General Hospital' dressmaker ..
Sure, fresh, and sinless urday Bay staff for the kindness shown r
He is survived by his Basden; two sisters Sybil
Not in your sight Church. during her two week stay and
and stepfather Mr.and Johnson and Vernell Strachanand 6026 NW 7th Avenue
But in thy holy light.A mother an aunt Pearline Cole- the neighbors and friends for
twobro-
Mrs. George Wright; N.w Exclusive'
cards and beautiful gifts.
thers, two sisters, grandparents brook. Arrangements are incomplete Read/to Wear
Y..al :L" devoted wife, Prices .
:' Mr. and Mrs. Louis Popular '
Bertha Polite and the Polite Wilson Rivers
: Mr. Better dresses mad to
at the
LETA FINLAYSONwho Family Brown. Repose Friday Walter Deverow of 1828 NW Mrs. Sara RiversMr. "" .0111'.. Alterations fast

departed this life October Ooa-locka chapel. 68th Terrace died at Jackson William Rivers and fr... (Indef

18, 1967. RICHARDSONMrs. Services for Lucius Dunlap, Master Desmond Rivers .
Hospital Oct. 14. He Is sur-
will 1375 NW 56th St., were held
Loving memories of you
of vived his wife Mamie
Martha Williams by ; one
at First Deliverance -
2 Monday
never fade from our hearts. p.m.
Rest in 355 NW llth St., Apt. 1, wIll Church of God and son, Clark; two daughters ,
peace.
be shipped to Robins, Georgia 1 Christ. He Is survived by his Glenda and Audrey Deverov :
Clarence A. Flnlayson,husband at 12 noon. She is one brother Johnnie and three

the family and friends. Wednesday survived by three daughtersMildred daughter mother Fannie Lizzie Williams L. Baker;;one one sisters Liza Bell, Annie Walter ; Wfodam Ann ffJJ j

Douglas, Virginia 1 1sister Mary Elllck of Belle and Willie Smiley. Ar- Spiritual Reader and Advisor
CARD OF THANKSThe Ball rangements are incomplete.cago. .
Williams and Dorothy ;' Glade; six grandchildren. Ar. you facing difficult' problems? Poor Health? t
famil y of the late four brothers Monroe,James, Mon.y or Job Troubl.? Drink, Lov. or Family Troubles? 1

MRS. LUCILLE WILLIAMS, Felton and Ernest. Do you want more happiness and good fortune 'In life? .. "
of Leslie Boyd, died Oct. 15 at If you have any of these. problems' or others like them, ,ti
St.
Augustine, Florida, acknowledge Barbara Ann Ludlow of 223 Jackson Hospital. He is sur- Remains will be shippedto dear friend, there ,Is wonderful news of a remarkable '1'
wimdeepapprecia- St. Apt. 4 died at new way of help. Also your lucky days and lucky 'Inum'b.
12th Ada
NW friend Mrs. for final rites.
tion, your kind expression of Oct. 14.Sheis vived by a Chicago .,.. See Madam Ann today.$5 reading/ $3 with Ad. ;t
Hospital, in-
sympathy. Special thanks to 'Jackson survived by ber mother Milles. Arrangements are Percy Sims of 409 SW 2nd OPEN 9 A. M. TO 9 P. M. NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY: :

the American Legion Aux Emma Mae; father Eddie;four complete.Mrs.. Mable. Hudson died Ave., died Oct. 13. There are Phone: 691-9583 9751 N. W. 27th,Avrniuo :'

iliary. children. Arrangements are Oct. 14. She issurvivedbyher no known relatives. Arrange- MIAMI. PIOIIOA .:

The Family incomplete. daughter Rose Jones of Chi- ments are Incomplete. y """'r i

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Women's Day At Martin; GRACE South DadeNews

, ,\ Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor

Memorial Oct. 27 Congratulations to Elder

J. D. Faniel, who brought the Rev. W. C. Edcar of Mt.
: Operation Greater Martin sermon of last Sunday morn- Moriah M. B. Church of Per-
AME is underwaylOur I
l Memorial ing, and also to the Wednes- rine is asking all members of
: Women's Day observanceon day Bible study group, who the No. 1 and 2 Ushers' Board
of thismonth
the fourth Sunday
shared in the service.We look the Jr.U s h e r s' Board,Dea-
Oct. 27 is to be our
forward with special interestto cons, Senior Choir, Womens'Chorus
greatest effort yet. the fourth Sunday, which is and all members to accompany -

.. i Mrs. Maxine Ford and Mrs. "Youth Sunday," and the youth him to Morning Star

Verdell Long are serving as will be in charge of the morn- Baptist Church Prinston, Fla.,

11. i' $ err'u .In CI!I &ut captain and co-captain of this ing service, with the Sunday Friday night, Oct. 18.
nrt lug project. Our theme: "The Role School in charge of the even- They will observe their Wo-

of Christian Women in Today's ing program.Mrs. men's Day program Sunday,

;r GREATER NEWMACEDONIA Crisis" will be explored by Barbara Savoy, chair- October 27. Speakers will be

., ST. JAMES very able speakers.We man of the coming anniversary Mrs. Evelyn Holmes, morn-

:;.- Rev. S. T. Johnson, pastor will be expecting you. >r program, and Mrs. Spero ing speaker; Mrs. Laura Ad-

>1 The Temple Baptist Church Rev. Roscoe Jackson,pastor Won't you please come out and ::ti Cokine and Mrs.CatherineCar ger, afternoon speaker; and
1qa '" Willie J. Beard, reporterThe spend the day? Don't worry ','", roll, co-chairman, are Mrs. Rose MaryStringer,
,'f' < -.'. Rev. L. A. Thompson, pastor, women and the visiting about food or anythingl! We will .. working industriously with the evening speaker.The .

:j' ... will be rendering a service women should be praised fora take care of you. anniversary committee to helpus pastor is asking No. 1
. here at the MRS. MAXINE FORD
:\ St. James Baptist very spiritual and wonderful Remember Sunday, Oct. 27 enjoy a fruitful anniversary and 2 Ushers' Board and both
:; Church, Friday, Oct. 18, at 8 day as they displayed their all day, at Martin Memorial week, the first week of No- Senior Choirs and Vlomens'

. ._. p.m. we are asking the coop- theme: "ChristianWomenWalking AME Church, 14740 Lincoln Clementina D. Rahming,, vember. Chorus to sing at the morningand

1 eration of all friends,and sister in the Newness of Boulevard, Richmond Heights.Rev. chairman publicity committee This Sunday morning's ser- afternoon program on Wo

." 4 ,) churches. _. Life." The women walked and R. ), Johnson, pastor mong will be: "How does your men's Day.CHRISTIAN.
This program is for the help talked on last Sunday in the experience with Godaffectyou

\ of Women's Day. Also there newness of life as they displayed ?"
. will be across from the church the word of God from SCIENCE"Now
GREATER NEW BETHEL We will have our monthly
: { II: dinners sold at the Clark's DRAKE
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the Sunday School throughoutthe block club community forum, then weareambassaders -

,\ ; Beauty Shop, NW 2nd Ave., Mir evening services. Rev. W. K. Smith, pastor Rev. J. W. Dunn, pastor as announced in another sec- for Christ, as though God

t.. ami. "We wish to take this opportunity Alice S. Irving, reporter The pastor wishes to thank tion of this paper did beseech you by us:we pray

The Young people will have to thank everyone who Choir No. 1 invites you to a you in Christ's stead, be ye
I / on the same day, Oct. 19 ice took a part,be it great or smallon unique program Wednesday the members for attending our reconciled to God."
cream for sale come one come the Your names first mid-week service last MT. SINAI
program. night, Oct. 23, at the church. This passage from Paul'ssecond
t t t all. Please help us in our effort are so numerous that space One half of the choir will be Tuesday night. Brother Ross a letter to the Cointh-

! \ will not permit us to call each led by Sis. Betty McKendrickand member of Shiloh Baptist Rev. CleoAlbury,pastorB. ians is part of the Responsive
3 Church Boney reporterIn
of by name but we thank brought us the mes ,
: you the other half by BrotherL. Reading of this week's Chris-
J'' each and and invite sage. This mid-week service recognition of outstanding -
everyone
C. Spann. The Miami All tian Science Bible LessonSermon -
will be held service rendered beyondthe
after
you to come again. Thanks to Stars and New Providence Friday night titled"Doctrine of Atone-
the Beatrice the first Sunday. call of duty, we honor our
speakers, Mrs. Choir. will be present.You ment."
4 A Rm Waldon, West Palm Beachand Parents please don't forgetto leader. All day Sunday, Oct. On the Bible radion
t Mrs. Sallie Carline,New Providence are invited to a tea bring your boys to Cub Scout 27th, will be observed as station WMBM programover at 1:45
for splendid talks. sponsored by Usher Board No. meeting Friday at 6 p.m. The Albury's Day. :
will be the sub-
Thanks to the choirs from New 3 Saturday night, Oct. 19 in the boys are getting ready for expo Choir No. 1 will sponsor an p.m.ject Sunday"The Healing, of Hate."

Shiloh and New Mt. Moriah M. church dining room. Brother 68. Please help them with their after service program,Sunday Discussed, will be whether hate

B. Churches and the ushers' Oliver Gilbert will be the guest tickets. This is a project that night. Come and bring your can be changed to love.Yield-
from FriendshipandCom- speaker. the Scouts are sponsoring. The friends to hear this group.The
ing to God's love for all men
munity M. B. Churches.Special There will be a White House Boy Scouts will meet Saturday Southern Singers. learn to follow Jesus',
we can
thanks to the men of Mace- Tea at the church Thursday at 2 p.m. Scout Master Carl Ward No. 9 will meet Sun-
command to love
donia who worked with us night, Oct. 17, sponsored by Mitchell is inviting any boys day, Oct. 20, at 4 p.m. at the mies. Then discover even our ene-
we a
100%. They prepared and Deacon Thomas You are invited who wish to become Scouts to home of Sister Minnie Blake, pow-
er that carries far
us beyond
served a very fine and de- to attend. attend the meetings on Satur- 2154 NW 64th St. Brother B.
I MRS. ANNETTE PLUMMER licious dinner to the women Ushers' Board No. 2 will be day. Watts, ward leader; Henry merely good intentions
Fifth of
Church Christ
. Chairman and their guests. May God bestow in charge of the Sunday School Sister White and Sister Peoples, deacon. Scientist
1600 NW 54th St.
His richest blessingsupon : Auxiliary class Sunday. Fairley are back at home after Brother Herman Boyd habeen swelcomes I ,

each of you. The Male Chorus invites you a stay In the hospital. Please returned to HialeahHos all.

< Mrs. M. Margaret Pinder, tothelranniversary onthe visit and continue to pray for pital. Room 270.

chairman; Mrs. E. Louise third Sunday at 3 p.m. them. YOU are welcome to May we pray for and visit

Jackson, co-chairman; Mrs. Deaconess Board No. 1 Invites worship with us. our sick and shut-in members MT.TABOR

Willie M. Williams, program you to a tea Sunday at the Rev. James Hendon,pastor

committee, chairman. home of Brother and SisterR1'gsby,1795Al1BabaAve. George Ingraham, reporter

from 4-6 p.m. Sister Emma., Fellowship Day At Friendship( Dinners are being sold
: for each at
ii'It NEW HOPE Clemmons will be the guest every Saturday $1
-'... I' the church, 1701 NW 66th St.
', Rev. W. E. Sims pastor speaker.
-tt"..... Orders maybe placedbyphon-
Loraine Fuller, reporterThe Prayer services are held .... .-
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every Tuesday night
No. 1 Ushers' Board On Sunday afternoon our No.
: t wish to thank everyone who 1 Ushers' Board celebrated

u' I ;;: !particlapted in making their'lU1DiversaryasuccessSunday. MARTIN MEMORIALHello their 46thanniversary.Among

I. .
,"i "' participants on the program,
-. Money raised 42540. you have not heard were Rev. Ford, his choir and

-- .-- The pastor is urging all from us in quite a while but n 4 congregation of First Baptist,

MRS. VERA MAE COFFEE members and Sunday school we are still putting our faith Ft. Lauderdale. The Gospel

. Co-chairman ]teachers to attend prayer in action. Voices of Mt.Tabor,a new and
meeting and Bible class In July we had our ground brilliant group among the M.T.

Greatest day in the historyof Thursday evening at 8 p.m. breaking ceremonies to indi- family also made a special ap-

St. James AME Church will Friday, Oct. 18 at 8 p.m. cate that Greater Martini A pearance. effort of the

be held I Sunday, Oct. 27 when 'Choir No. 2 is sponsoring a Memorial will soon be a real Ushers' was successful.The .
,
the women will observe their Musical programherefeaturing ity.- choirs rendered an out-

20th Annual Women's Day.The outstanding choirs and On Sunday, Sept. 15, thirty MRS. I. C. MICKINS standing dayofservice Sunday -

chairman, Mrs. Annette j soloists. Everyone is Invited. happy members of the youth . Morning SpeakerThe ... As a newly-ereated custom
Plummer and Mrs. Vera Mae :Deacon Isiah Spencer, presi- choir dawned their newwineand oneachsecondLord's: Day

Coffee, co-chairman asking 'dent. gold robes. Mrs. Laura members have combined REV. PAUL FREEMAN all of our choirs participate

for the cooperation of all Sunday, Oct. 20, at 3 p.m. Palmore who worked tirelessly its efforts this year in observance . Evening Speakerloss in the morning service. In our

members, women and men. the Pastor's Aid Union will to help the youth, wishes to of Men's andWo- evening service and sermon

The music committee is ask- convene here, our own pastor thank all parents and friends, men's Day to Fellowship Day of her mother,Mrs. Mar- Is delivered, but not in verbal

ing all ladies to please meet Rev. W. E. Sims will preach, and especially Mrs. Mary service. Oct. 20. The day's tha Williams, services beheld I fashion; instead, we have a
'.< Thursday night at 8:00. all monies raised will go to James and Wesley Turner. service will be highlightedwith I in Waner Robin, Ga. sermon In song. The choirs

Children's Variety Hospital. messages from Mrs. I.C. Rev. J. E. Jenkins, pastor;., are under the direction of Bro--
Remember our sick and The fourth and final confer Mickins and Rev. Paul Free- Ruby Lee Carr, reporter. ther R. D. Speed.
shut-ins with a prayer and a ence of the year was held Fri- man, both are dynamic speakers

CHRISTIAN VALLEYElder visit. day night, Oct. 11. Presiding women in charge for

Elder S. A. Cousin presided. morning worship and men in I GREATER NEWBETHLEHEM ST. MARY'S

A. Ford, pastor charge of evening worship.We I Sunday, Oct. 20 is Tithes

Blondie Haggins,reporter JORDAN GROVERev. will have outstanding choirs Day. All members know their

i' MT. OLIVETTE'S MALE for morning and evening;guest: Rev. C. H. Smith, pastor obligation for the church.Joint
Thursday, Oct. 17at8p.m. Douglas Cook, pastor ushers' and all participatingon Minnie Hunter, reporter choirs will sing all day and
Mother Steverson and congregation Eddie Gilbert, reporterThe CHORUS OBSERVES program will be visitors. On Sunday, Oct. 18, potatoe i ushers' board No. 1 will serve
will be in charge of ser SECOND ANNIVERSARYThe pies will be sold in the
Program Chairman Sister dining; during the 11 a.m. services
would like
men to thank
vices. Male chorus of Mt.Oli Nettie Bouie and Deacon Nel- room of our church. In behalf t and ushers' board No. 2 will
their
Friday, Oct. 18, Rev. Kelly make many their friends Men's for helpingto vette Baptist Church, 1450 NW son Harris and their program,I of the church, our Young Women's serve during the 6 p.m. services -
and of ChristianAid Day
congregation program First Court, cordially invites co-workers have worked diligently Auxiliary will prepare s The Sunday School is
Baptist Church in charge. a success.Raising, you to attend the celebration in preparing a wonderful and sell these pies.Please patronize sponsoring a ,contest between

Saturday night, Oct. 19, $2,681.63.The of their second anniversary program. them. Sister Alberta L the classes of the school. The
there will be a Musical Program Male Chorus will begin
the this Sunday at 3 p.m.The program Butler, president. superintendent is asking all
celebration
of their
7th
.. sponsored by Hollywood anniversary will feature other musi- The spirit of true Fellow- Ushers' Board No. 1 would I members to help support this
Stars and the Trumpet Kings, with Thursday, Oct. 24, cal groups and talents of the ship will be displayed throughout like to thank each of you who i project.

at 8 p.m. lowed with preaching musical services fol- city. Come out and enjoy this the day. Theme: "Chris- thought it not robbery to stopi Let us continue to pray for
Sunday at 3 p.m. Day Spring a program fine musical treat. tian's Responsibility for i I by and purchase a dinner from i all our sick and shutins.We .
Slater will be In. on Friday night Oct. 25 and
Rev. ,
Baptist, concludes The Male Chorus will be the a Time as This." We extendto I I them last Saturday. Brother are still asking all parents -
charge of services. Sunday, Oct. 27 at
3 with various guest of the House of Albert you a cordial invitation. Nixon, president. to please send your children -
Sunday night, St. Paul AME p.m. groups of
the Sunday at 9:30 a.m. on radio Our continued prayers are i outtoSunday Scboolat 9:30
Church Rev. Keuy ana congregation city singing Brother Our deepest sympathy toSister }
extende to the sick .
station WMBM. Tune in and j and shut.: a.m. each and every Sunday
Lewis Nesbitt is
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Woman's Day At Mt. ZionThe CHRIST EPISCOPALCanon
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Mount Zion Baptist Marian Dean, president of the T. R. Gibson, rector i.
Antoinette
Church's Planning Council for Dade County Chapter of the Silva,reporterIt's am;
comingl! The E. Y. C.
Women's Day, announces theprograms Association for Childhood i : stR
for it's celebra- Education. Representativesfrom "Playboy club!" On Novem-
ber 22 ..
at
Christ Episcopal
,
n
Oct. 20 at the various church
Sunday, ,
tions, groups Church
the
EYC will sponsora
also will
church appear on the program -
"Playboy Club" affair.
Mrs. Lula Daye, educator, .
leader and There will be dancing, food,
community
orato, The 7 p.m. program will be bunnies, floor shows and
president of the Broward called "A Night Of Tribute" games. Don't miss this! At 8

County Classroom Teachers honoring Mt. Zion's Women P.m., admission $2.00 per
Association will be the 11 a.m. who have given distingushed couple. ., :

speaker. Mrs. Daye will be introduced service to their church and On Sunday, Oct. 20 at 4p.m.
to the audience by community.The there will be a "Pretty Cup"
Mrs. Janet Dean, president of tea at the home of Mr.WilliamJ.

the Dade County Classroom public is cordially invited Stirrup. Prizes will be given
teachers Association. The to celebrate this occas- for the owner of the prettiestand
scripture will be readby Mrs. ion with Mt. Zion.BAHA'IS oddest cup. Come on out

and enjoy the entertainment.
GREATER OF MIAMIThe Donation $1.00.There .

BETHEL AME will be a Night of
Baha'is of Miami and Games on Friday night at the
Rev. Timothy Johnson, pastor their friends will commemorate home of Mr. Hubert Thompson. -

Naomi B, Troutman, reporterOur the anniversary 0 f the Come on out and have fun.
congratulations to Mrs. birthday of the Bab ("Gate"in Do you like to dance? Well

Rose B. Dickenson, for being Persian), Forerunner of if you do there will be a record
crowned "Miss Senior Mis- Baha'u'llah, Founder of the hop at the church Friday night, ---- '''', ,-

sionary." This honor was be- Baha'i Faith, on Sunday, Oct. October 18. Admission is 35?. "The Wall of Faith" representing the good will of Baptist churchesthroughout
stowed upon her for raisingthe 20, 5 p.m., at the home of Mrs.
the State of Florida for support of the new Florida Memorial College *
highest amount of moneyfor Doris Appleton, 478 NE 56th
"The Ladies White," on Street. ZION HILL now in Miami after fifty years in St. Augustine, is fingered by supporte -

Missionary Day. We thank you .
The Bab declared His mis-
Mrs. Dickenson. sion Rev. James Pickett, pastor Rev. W. E.. Sims, left, New Hope Baptist Church, and his son Christopher
as the Herald of God's
The is invited to
The Daughters of Allen Club Manifestation for this age, in ship with public us Sunday, in observance wor-- Edward (who couldn't quite reach up to it), Alfreda Gray, a freshman at the

cordially invite you to attend 1844, in Persia. After six of World-wide Men's school, and Ronald Whitehurst, right, all point to the churches which they

its' second annual Musical Tea years, He was martyred un- Day, we urge every man to be attend in their home communities and which have contributed to Florida Mem-
4 to 6
20 from
Sunday, Oct. der circumstances very much present to share in the receiv- orial.

p.m. in.the Mrs.church T. Clark lower,president auditorium -- like those under which Christ ing and giving. Deacon Per- Miss Gray is a member of the St. John's First Baptist Church, Ft. Myers

suffered martyrdom. During kins, chairman, Deacon Wal- and Mr. Whitehurst attends the Bethel Community Baptist ChurchSt. Peters
that time,20,000 of His followers ter Miller co-chairman.
The Gospel Choir will spon- were slaughtered becauseof Dinners are sold every Saturday burg.

sor a Luncheon and Fashion their acceptance of the Bab. at the church, 2385 NW
Show at Burdines No. 2, Hi- 60th St. Phone 633-5685. FIRST BAPTIST NEW MT. CALVARY
biscus Dining Room West The public is cordially invited -
Rev. W. M. Davis pastor
Prayer services each tues- Rev. Tarpley, pastor
Flagler St., 3rd floor, Satur- to attend. Refreshments day, at 8 p.m. All membersare Donella Turner, reporter Ernestine Hart, reporterThe
day, Oct. 26, at 3 p.m. Door will be served. Oct. 20 the Mis-
urged to attend. Visitorsand Sunday, pastor wish to thank the
prizes, donations $3.00. Mrs. friends are welcome. sionary Society will celebrate members for their coopera-

Louise Shorter, luncheon ST. PAULRev. Remember our sick and their anniversary. We are tion on last Sunday's worship
chairman. Mrs. Christa Lee shut-ins pray for their recovery looking for all our guests and hour 4x

Cooper, president. T. C. Kelley, pastor Sisters Flossie Scott, friends to join us and help The Pastor's Anniversary

Sunday, the youth will take ... terThethird Paris, and: .MPriu....."' .-: are: nn...- fha...- celebrate this anniversary. will begin Thursday night,Oc-
charge of all services.You are Sunday night we sick list. The church and pastor will tober 17, the Ushers' Feder-

welcome to worship with us. will go to West Hollywood, worship in Goulds, the fourth ation will sponsor that night.

Let us pray with and for our Rev. Arthur Ford is the pastor Sunday at Mt. Pleasant Baptist Rev. O. W. Williams and con- r .. ..._ 4
sick and shut-ins. our pastor is asking all CORINTHThere church. The No. 2 Choir gregation will close out the an- Naturally Healthy Normal riF' Aae

choirs, ushers, officers, and has to render the niversary. GROWS In YOUR from SCALP.the The HAIR condition ROOTS of

EBENEZER members to go with him. Our will be Men's Day, song service and the No. 1 Every first, second, and your th hair. natural rten depends health of heavilyon your
service here will be held at all day Sunday, Nov. 24, at the Ushers' Board will serve. third Saturday night the Mighty Ntl'"nnted.: DOCTOR CAR*
Rev. A. D. Hall, pastor 6:30 p.m. leaving for West Corinth Baptist Church, 1450 Captain No. 19 and coworkers Wonders will sing here. formula called medicated CARBONOSI tar
E. Ingram, reporter Hollywood at 7:30 p.m. NW 59th St. We are hoping and will sell dinners at the Let us pray for the sick and which beneficial U mixed Ingredients.with many CAR proven

Laymen's Day was quite a The Cathedral Choir will praying for one of the great- church the fourth Saturday. shut-ins. BONOEL anUptie U such and a does strong such powerful fins*

success, with Mr. James E. celebrate their anniversarythe est Men's Day ever held in our This is an effort toward our work In DANDRUFF hlplnf an scalp rrcxyBUMPY that.

Martin presiding at the morn third Sunday, Oct. 20, at fair city. You are cordially Invited Men's Day.Members. many DOCTORS retard U highly
ing services. The theme was"TheUrgentFellowship the church. Rev. Allen Turner Deacon Roscoe Ector, let us not forgetto Block Club scalp and PRESCRIBE troubles. :Many I l for annoyingexternally many
will be the speaker. chairman; Deacon C.Crawford visit our sick. caused scalp condl
lions are greatly relieved by the
which was emphasized by There will be a sale at the co-chairman; Deacon H. ForumThis us* of this Triple' strength tar
formula. Writ. for ihU DOCTOR'SGENUINE
George Ross. Mrs. FranceniaH. home of Mrs. Mable Brown, Morrow, secretary. MT. CALVARY : SCALP FORMULA
Scott was the evening 1814 NW 68th Ter., Saturday, Sister Carrie Thomas, the Rev. S. Atchison,pastor now.mixed II and will ready be sent to use.to USB you all IT
19 8 until sponsoredby widow of the late Rev. W. T. Beal reporter FOR T DAYS and If you an not
Oct. Phyllis
speaker. The pastor was well p.m. Sunday evening, Oct. satisfied, your money back. Pay
1 Thomas is home after an oper- There will be pies chicken only 91.30 on delivery. This .Ift
pleased by the participates of Choir No. 20, at 7:30, there will be a eludes everything. Don't pay. ;
laymen. Pray for our sick and shut- ation and still asking your barbeque sandwiches and din- Block Club Community For- penny more.. You get It with full
direction* Use th. finest UXDICATCD -
Beginning Sunday at 4 p.m. ins that they will grow stronger prayers. She is located at 1214 ner sold at the home of Mrs. um, held at Grace Presby- SCALP FORMULA your
the Commission on Missionwill with each passing day and NW 62nd Terrace. Mary Jackson, Saturday, Oct. terian Church, 6895 NW 14th scalp money deserve can buy.fine Your care. Just hair send and

have their study course, in your spare time try to visit Rev. M. L. Paschal,pastor. 19, 820 NW 43rd St. Phone PL Avenue. The panel speakerswill your iCEDAL name HAIR. and address PRODUCTS tOLD: INC. I
7-0198. Dept. UJ,.I..wood. L. 1.. N. V, 11696
them.
also
Monday, from 7:30 to 9:30 be: Mr. Joseph Anderson, sills
P.m. The speakers are Mrs. Prayer meeting Thursday community organization coor- FORMULA carries .NOr.J writ
FIRST BAPTIST for the sick ten money bacft guarantee.
Grace Albert, Mrs. Allene V. night. Please pray dinator for Model Cities; Mr.
Taylor and the pastor will SHILOH Rev. W. J. Macon, pastor and shut-ins. Recovering, we Earl McCloud, director of the
bring us a study of the Bible. There will be a sale at the Sara McRae, reporterOur were glad to see Deacon Grady Liberty City Branch of the Ur-
The public and members are home of Sister Turner. Her Male Chorus presented Mann and Mother Mary Blake ban League; and Mr. James
invited to attend. phone number is 6934916.The a Tea Sunday, called an 1 I back to church Sunday. Jackson of the concentrated
Deacon and Deaconesswill The mistress of f On the fourth Sunday in this
The women are working Wonder Tea. Employment Program (CEP). ITEM 1477$4.M
hard toward Women's Day. begin celebrating their ceremonies, Virgie R. Hill, month we will observe our The community is cordially

Dinners will be on sale all day anniversary Thursday night kept everyone in suspence by Pastor's Anniversary. invited to attend this highly Informative -
Saturday at the church. Dona- before the fourth Sunday with saying I wonder to presenteach The doors of welcome always discussion meeting.

tion $1.00. Elder Green and congregation. participant on the pro- extend open.

Sunday will be infant bap- TheNo. 2 Choir is spon- gram. ZION HOPE
tism and reception of mem- soring a trip to Nassau, see The president, Deacon S. NAT'L COUNCIL OF 5129 NW 17th Avenue ...

bers. Let us not forget the sick any member of the choir fora Albritton crowned a Jr. King, NEGRO WOMEN INC. The No. 1 Choir will sell
and shut-in. ticket. Donation is $1.00. Anthony Ramsey, and Jr dinners at the church Saturday -
The Jr's. will go to Beth Queen Angela McCoy. The National Council of Negro October 19.
lehem Baptist Church, Sundayat plans are now underway foi r Women, Inc. will present The Juniors will sell in the ]
CHRISTIAN 3 p.m. our coming Choir No. 2 and I their Annual Membership kitchen Sunday. M

FELLOWSHIP Let us not forgettoremember Male Chorus Anniversary 01 I Festivities Sunday, Oct. 20,at On Saturday, Oct. 26,the No. /
the sick and shutins.Rev. the fourth Sunday. 4 p.m. at the Carver Branch 1 Ushers' Board will sell din I
Rev. p. S. Brown, pastor A. M. Griffin, pastor; YMCA. ners at the church. A. LITTLE EXTRA!

M. L. Nixon, reporterThe Cheryl English, reporter. The program will feature Don't forget the sick shut- P.0.I.nTod.v.tDon1.NeeVowa..ut.M T.... AdvcnUf o f HI Snow flntwlnt .urvbov .
*IM or hIS It "A LHtlIn"
Deacon's Foot Power EMANUELRev. historical information of Oo lei you wr.cIyw..I: **n wtre
FIRST
ins members of bereaved .. MiMl totnn
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Drive is well organizedand .. in*..*o putft ye Mt fit Mt. inkottemt
now founder the ......._ .
NCNW and the families and the boys in the ot.e cup"* "" flrryiHMrwIrln
all J. E. Wright, pastorC. tlut Nft,M*.rt*end tuooortii iI
the
pastor is asking late Dr. Mary McLeod Be- RWM the wry moil. Arm Services in ..
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reporter your prayers *m* wltn MlcaU ulloooi Itec
members and friends to participate Culpepper, cup*.M5bCP.or wnit*. '
OF GODTABERNACLE tbune. . 1o <
CHURCH Visitors are always welcome ale. M. A Cue
in this thatit to town tut.. la, K a. ss, e cull t
activity so Look who coming Ladies of Miami and surrounding --- -- -

will be a success. Dinners Tabernacle The Hallandale Spiritual Sing- communities are invited Rev. Paul Freeman,pastor; .ton..MC M-2i U>..risuni...., LI.MUNCI,N.T. HIM serf.Mt t'

will be sold Saturday at 1206 The Church Holiness of God ) 1351 ers and the Galilee Gospel l to en joy the afternoon activities Bessie Williams reporter. Cup........ Size... Color........ NW 62nd Terrace. (True Singers pompano Beach,.I and join in membership Enclosed Find, D Rsilitersd D Mona 4:
The Board are NW 67th St. will begin Holy at church Oct Order D Check and CoM Medal pays pistil'
adult Ushers' will be here our for the year, 1968-69 tksriss. '
collecting newspapers to helpin Convocation services Friday,, 20, at 8 p.m. Come out and en, Mrs. Elizabeth Moon, the FISH FRY Q Collect on ts Delivery/ (1 I will psy and poitmii C.0.0 "-<-'
M delivery me plus pistils
the building funds.They will night, Oct. 18. These serviceswill joy this great talent, this program Chapter President extends a There will be a sale of fried tIIIr,...) fG <
appreciate paper from anyone. be in progress through: is sponsored by the women , special invitation to new reslr fish, conch fritters and coco- duty FREE CsUlof--Ssnd WiM your, latest name girdles and sddrsis bras SIR fa ,\,
The pastor extends thanksto Oct. 27, 8 p.m each night,the of our church in behalf 01 dents of our city who are interested nut candy Saturday evening at beauty nodi. 0471 \'
all who helped to make youth invitation is extended to Women's Day. in participation inc a the home of Mrs. Irene Alex- )lame ......................"t......, I

day a success. Visitors are everyone. You are invited to come am 1 i v i c oriented : ander 6328 NW 15th Avenue, Address .'.. ::
always welcome. Elder Walter H.Richardsonpastor worship with us Sunday morning . which works for our commun-nproceeds for building fund of City .Stita.Zip.
Remember to pray for each ; Sister Essie M. Red- at 11 a.m. ity. St.Peter's Cathedral. i

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By GENE GRIENER
First we inspect your transmission.Then .

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we tell you what the trouble is Silhouettes of RhythmBy Immortal Titan :

if there is trouble. Lou LuTour

.2' J II This eulogy and poetic tribute to martyred Dr.
Then we tell you how much it'll cost GETTING AHEAD Martin Luther King Jr., one of America's greatest
apostles of brotherhood and symbol of the American
fix before we fix it.Then Willing to work
to Metro's struggle for Justice and dimity, was composed
*HU****!** **<*aK.**>>** Willing to tail; for the Sunday Post by a Lynn school teacher, Anthony
.. ptfiBWMia! ) BaBiro ii iii i I'' 1 I Willing to struggle,
Cams who called the Christian leader "an Immortal
we fix it. When others assail. Titan In the fight for civil rights In America."
Willing to try,
IfjMTTffitflgft I And willing to learn; BLACK ETERNAL FLAME

Then we guarantee it, Willing And willing to wait to, earn. Black is the mourning flag that shrouds this land,

from coast to coast. Willing to follow The torch of freedom lifts its anguished cry,
Where others have led -- For Martin Luther King is still of voice and hand
_ j J III I This is the secret And storms of sorrow cloud the starlit skyl!

, Then we send you home happy. Of getting ahead. Within this nation's heart our millions weep, ...
For Martin Luther King, a man of fate,
AnonymousThree And few shall be the spirits who will sleep
-MULTI CHECK Until each slave has marched through freedom's gatel!
FREE TOWING ONE DAY SERVICE Let every native son stand up and sing,
ROAD TEST SE HABLA ESPANOL things to govern: America . America . O, land of liberty.Let .
every churchbell raise its voice and ring . .
OPEN DAILY8A.M.to6. SATURDAY 8A.M.to 12 NOON Temper, tongue, conduct.
MIAMI DOWNTOWN: 64 N.E. 20th St.. . . . . . .311-8411 Three things to love: That God bade every man to stand erect and free.
MIAMI: 6500 NW 7th Ave.. . . . . .. ... .. . . . . .. 751.2416 Courage, gentleness, affection. For Martin Luther King, a black eternal flame,
. . ., .. . Cried out to all the world, be free at last.
MIAMI NORTHSIDE: 7635 N W. 27th Ave . . 696-5546 Three things to hate:
THE TRAIL: 2821 S.W. 8th St.. .. . ..... ... .. ....... . 642.6366 Cruelty, arrogance, ingratitude. Thank God, almighty) Blessed be God's name . .
NORTH MIAMI: 454 N.E. 167th St. . ........ .. ... ..... . 947-3469 Three things to wish for: We shall overcome . We are free at lastl!
MIAMI I BEACH: 825 5th St.. . .. .. .. ... .... .... ... . 538-2366 Health, friends, a cheerful spirit. Anthony Cams
HIALEAH: 420 W. 29th St. . . . . .. ........ . .. " 887-4309 Three things to avoid:
SOUTH MIAMI: 5771 S. Dixie Hwy... . ..... ... . .. . . . .665-6573 Idleness, loquacity, flippant Jesting. Dade's Potter's Field
PERRINE: 18200 S. Dixie Hwy.. .. ... .. ... ... . . ... . . 238-9277 Three things to fight for
HOLLYWOOD: 1332 S. Dixie Hwy.. . . .. ... .. . . . . 927-2816 Honor : Pallbearers dressed In prison garb
LAUDERDALE: 3110 N. Andrews Ave. . . . . . 566-4373 Three country, home. lower the box of pine
things to think about
: into the hole where tadpoles swim;
Life death
eternity.
,
a pit not fit for swine.

But buried dead no longer care
Anonymous
they have no dignityin
muddy graves In potter's fieldon

Open 7 Days -8 A.M. to 10 P.M. WHO AM I? Where county horsemen property.ride, where vandals raid,
I was sold into slavery with untold misery and taken across the ,
where county acts humane
The Best For Less ;
At
angry blue sea. I fought in every battle that this nation unde- but where there is no camouflage

took for graves of John and Jane.In .
and still remain second class citizen on the book. Who Am I?
a grave half-filled with water ?
I prayed for salvation it didn't cornel begged for mercy and they burled poor John Doe
was unmourned by friends and relatives_
S shown none. I ask not for labor and labor did come, I ask for a number on a row.

pay . Gene Griener
and got beaten for fun Who Am I?

Christoford ColomboOct
I lied and cheated and from the plantation did run and was
put to 12, 1492 . .. . . Oct. 12, 1968
k death by my master's gun. I was garanteed freedom by a
beared Hear the ocean's thunder-singing
man who was put to death !by my master's hand. Who Am I? shaking earth and sea and sky?
See three tiny ships go sailing .
I ask for educaton and was given few I look for history and Wild and free the sea birds cry!

._, .....f; .'.'''. few were they too. I ask for a Job to catch the buss and was 0, Cristoforo Colombo,
.... told, brave and fearless man of fate
we'll call you, don't call us. Sailing onward thru the tempest,
sailing thru an unknown gatel!
CARS SOLD
OVER
40,600 My wife walks the street to help pay the rents, my son shoots 0, Cristoforo Colombo, '.
dice You the restless, burning flame!
Most Recent Survey to gather his cents. My brother Is In Jail for starting a riot,, Star of glory, navigator . '' .
my sister picks tomatoes to maintain her diet. Who Am I? Now immortal lives your name!
0, Cristoforo Colombo,
Shows 51%
Repeat
This morning I was given a bill called civil rights, which I was God has blessed you on this day.
garanteed of last night, Who Am I? You, the valiant, pious captain,
And Referral BusinessMUNICIPAL You have shown the world. . "The way!I"
Robert Lee Gilbert.
!
-Anthony Cama
AUTO SALIS AND SIXVICI
A Kind Old GentKind
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The Mini-Brute presentsthe years have passed by me,
my life Is nearly spent;
short payment hook. yet, out strolling I hear,
SUPERMARKET! "there goes a kind old Gent.:
My clothes are neatly pressed, ..
AS ADVERTISED ON TELEVISION! my mind Is quite content;
THI CAR YOU BUY TODAY I love to hear folks chant,
YOU DRIVE MOM TODAY "there goes a kind old Gent."
IMMIDIATI/ ClinUIYI
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this Is my sad lament;
but I can gladly hear,
15 YEARS-SAME LOCATION! "there goes a kind old Gent." *

14 COURT 'UUSltl.N TO URVC 'ou
ALWAYS HINDREDS OF 1955's Life is a mystery,
THRU 1968' TO CHOOSE FROM $04 A 2-door Sedan I hope rm heaven-bent;
Tilt HOMI O. TH' ORIGINAL 100"- GUARANTQ *iJ Down $4971Per Mo. for 36 Months reward on earth has been,

Buick's new:Opel l Kadett 2-dr. Sedan. "there goes a kind old Gent."

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Rattlers Win No. 3 From Alabama A&M 33-7


:;: '\ TALLAHASSEE. Florida every quarter, breezing to its the start when his first pass, moving the Rattlers down to UMYTIME"

: : i A&M's top ranked defense third straight victory. play from scrimmage,was intercepted the three where Ginn smashedover
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4 \ clipped the passing wings of Ginn ground out 122 yardson by FAMU's Leroy for the TD with 1:12: left f aq
"'. Alabama A&M all-America 22 carries during the night Charlton. in the first half. Riley's pass

,. Onree Jackson with five interceptions while James Ovens collected The Rattlers then proceeded for the extra point failed.

and proceeded to 52 on eight trips. from their own 40-yard Following the kickoff,Jack- By PHIL DIXON

romp over Alabamians 33- Riley completed eight of 19 line, quickly marching to the son again turned skyward but
1 Saturday night. passes for 136 yards and one Bulldogs' 22 where Ginn broke Sasser grabbed his second interception - - - - --- --
for touchdown that going to Mel- the middle of the Ala-
Jackson, who had passed through the Rattler's
This past week saw a lot of upsets, heartbreaks, and above
nearly 600 yards in three wins vin Jones who pulled down bama line for a touchdown. fourth.
And of football when
all, a lot of exciting football. speaking ,
this season was stymied by a three tosses for 62 yards. Horace Lovett's kick failed.
The Rattlers got rolling will Northwestern and Miami High win again? These two
defense Jackson completed Just nine Still in ithe first period,
Rattler pass rush and quick in the third quarter when powers of the past need a victory badly. Last week saw a new
of 26 for 103 yards. On FAMU regained possession
that held him to just 103 yards. passes
end star of the Miami
Riley connected with right rising: down in the south-end county: Killian.
Led by quarterback Ken the ground, the Bulldogs man- following a Bulldog punt. With
The out
Melvin Jones for a 44-yard Cougars played thec CavsofCoralGables before 13-,
and halfback Hubert aged only 67 yards. the help of a pass interference
Riley scoring pass. Riley tossed a 663 fans in the Orange Bowl in a game that will be remem-
scored in Jackson was cutalled from penalty, the'Rattlers pushed to .
Ginn Florida A&M
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two-pointer to end Alonzo Gil- bered for a long while.
the visitors' one-yard line
bert putting FAMU out front The other day at the tennis courts I ran into an old friend
where Riley plunged over for
26-0. Bill Miles. After I talked him into a set, he introduced me to a
the score. Lovett's kick was
Spearing with........, blocked. Fullback James Owens dove young lady he had with him.She hails from the Windy City and

/' Early in the second quarter, over for the next TD from along with her tennis playing abilities she sings, A family
\ Jackson piloted the Bulldogsto three yards out. Lovett's kick friend of the Miles' the young lady is currently appearing in
m \ftt\ the Rattler 23 before was good and FAMU led 33-0 one of the local clubs. After trouncing me in a match, she invited -

fA.\. f FAMU's Charles Sasser intercepted with 5:23 left in the game. me to catch her performance; and if it's anything like
her tennis she is slam.A .
a grand
r.tI to end the drive .. With reserve quarterbackJerry ,
,..- A A. After a Florida A&M punt, Fuller in the slot and fellow sportscaster and scribe passed this week. "Rest in
Bill To his friends and to the
peace Durney. many family, my
Jackson again went to the air, Jackson at halfback, the Bull-
BY HARRY SPEARs and this time Tom dogs scored their lone TD best.
FAMU's with
( The upsets I mentioned earlier, played Havoc my pre-
Wallace intercepted at the when Jackson flipped a to
pass
dictions; but I still am out pretty good. Scoreboard; High
Bulldog 42. Robert Threatt for 22 yards
14-2 AFL119 NFL,1913
Schools 27-14; Colleges ; ; -
HINES FOLLOWS HAYES Riley and Ginn teamed up with four seconds left. A buddy, that works for another paper suggested that I get

out of the prediction field and leave It to him. However, we

Jimmy Hines, newly crowned "World's Fastest Human": compared averages and I had a slight lead; .659, .'785, .593

the Olympic 100 meter dash champion,statedafter his victor Points Inc.' To Represent respectfully. (Not bad in any league).
Monday that he hopes to join the Miami Dolphins professional This week I hope to have better luck, and more games ac-
, football squad in two weeks. He said he will be talking to the cording to the script. So here goes;
: front office about his contract. Jimmy hasn't played football: Black Athletesinvestments HIGH SCHOOLS

since high school, which was in 1964. He is going to try and Southwest over Miami Beach The Eagles fly high.
get as much as he can.We all know he will be a drawing card. Announcing itself last week and help them negotiate Edison over Central -The Raiders too much for the Roc-

It's a great honor when you win a gold medal for your country. was a new corporation, Points, with professionalteams kets to handle.

Hines knew he could win. He put on a spectacular finish and Inc., which proposes to represent - either for bonuses, Palmetto over Columbus the Explorers are Panther bait.

was timed in 9.9 for the hundred meter dash shattering the and diversify black ath- in the case of graduating col- Coral Gables over Coral Park The Cavs come back "Im
Olympic record and tying the pending world mark.Jimmy said letes' and entertainers' inter- legians, or for raises, in the pressively"Key

that Bobby Hayes, the former world's record holder and knownas ests. The company is backedby case of established pros. It West over Curley The Knights still don't have anything.

the fastest human and now a star pass receiver for the Dal- two predominantly Negro, also sees itself, according; to Norland over Miami High The Stings still aren't ready.

las Cowboys, always was his idol. He hopes to follow in his New York-based concernsthe -. a spokesman, as an arbitratorof Jackson over Mays The Generals are too deep. The game
footsteps Joe Robbie, president and general manager for the law firm of Jones,Jenkins campus racial problems in- should be exciting(G. O. W.)

Dolphins, flew to Mexico City to see Hines perform and come and Warden and a consultant t: volvingathleticsandasasupt Killian over Hialeah The battle of the unbeatens. The Cou-
home with flying colors. A great honor for the United States. group, The Match Institution. of Negroes protesting gars come by land and air.

Asked if he felt proud winning a!gold medal for his country, he It will welcome white clients, discriminatory policies onthin e Northwestern over North Miami The Bulls won't get another
declared, "I am as proud as anyone else could be." Now that but will clearly specialize I part of coaches, managementor : chance soon.

this is all over, he is looking forward to a professional football black ones. Its board of directors other players. In short, it Miami Springs over South Dade The Hawks feast on Rebel
career we hope he is just as successful as he was in the includes former pro Full- intends to get black performers meat.
,Yo" Olympics. The Dolphins need some speed. back John Henry Johnson(whc I into the action off the COLLEGES
will be a fulltime executive), field as well as on and also to) Florida over North Carolina-another easy one for the Gators.

GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTENThe the Packers' Willie Wood, the I put pressure behind those! Florida State over Memphis State A Seminole war dance.
Phillies' Bill White, the Cel- it thinks are being short Florida A&M over Morris Brown A Rattlers rout.

staff of the Miami Times was shocked at the passing tics' Sam Jones audSingeiJames changed. Tampa over E. Mich.- Close but like Tampa's running game.
of Bill Durney Sr. It was a shock to the whole sporting world. Brown. The Points, Inc. prospectussays ; Bethune-Cookman over Allen Easy.

Bill was active in all sports.After reading Luther Evans col- Points, Inc. intends to make I "Afro-Americans now, Miami over V.P. L The Hurricanes roll on.
umn on Bill there wasn't much more left for me to write about. money by arranging product t t constitute 17% of majorleague PROS

Luther covered everything. A the funeral were Mayor Steve endorsements and other pro- baseball players, 28% ol f A. F. L. N.F.L.f .

Clark, radio, TV, news media, Issy Bandreimer, Sgt. Ogle, motional contracts for Negrc I pro football players, 54% oi Cincinnatti over Miami Los"Angeles over Atlanta .
t Dick Brown, former star catcher for the Orioles; Al Rubio athletes, who, much to theli. pro basketball players, a significant New York over Houston Chicago over Philadelphia
manager stadium and orange bowl and many others too numerous resentment, are seldom of, number of college ath Kansas City over Oakland Baltimore over Cleveland
i for me to mention, alibis friends and baseball fans who fered such opportunities. II t t letes and over 90%/ of rhythmand 1 Boston over Buffalo Dallas over MinnesotaSan

I, couldn't appear, :sent their condolences to the entire Durney will also advise its clients on blues performers." Diego over Denver Detroit over Green Bay
family Once again we are all sorry for their loss. New Orleans over PittsburghNew
York over San FranciscoSt.

DOLPHINS HAVE INJURY JINX Skylake Panthers 27, Louis over Washington

High school player of the week: Willie Miller of the Killian
Injuries have to be discussed,it seems this year, in any pre- North Dade 7 Cougars. Willie is a senior at Killian,the oldest of five child-

f game story concerning the Dolphins. Fullback Larry Csonka, The Panthers made it four in New Jersey in November, ren of Mr and Mrs. Miller of South Miami. Last week against
the team's leading rusher,suffered a head injury in last week's a row with a 27 to 7 victoryover Wouldn't it be nice if the boys; Gables he carried 18 times for 80 yards;and this brought his
14-14 and in the week his status bit
Buffalo tie, early was a
North Dade. The power could go. Room andboarcwould 1 season total up to 41 carries for 279 yards.
questionable However, Stan Mitchell, fullback-halfback, running of Elvis Peacock, be furnished by the other Local sportsman of the week:;Sherman Mills(how is the new
returned for brief activity against Buffalo after having been out
Ricky Edwards and Moe team. If you are Interested ii 1 bowling ball?)
for month because of Mitchell in fact
a an appendectomy. ,
Billiard ran for four touch- helping, call J. Whitehead,, Until next week, at the second guessersclub meeting, Fll
scored Miami's second touchdown smash.
on a one-yard Bobby
downs. Hilliard opened the 693-1304 or Willis Jiles, 691-. see you at the games.
Neff, punt and kickoff return specialist and utility defensive
scoring on a ten yard run fol- 2919.
back, was the real casualty of the Buffalo, suffering a torn ,
knee ligament and will be out for five weeks. However, offen- lowed by Peacock 89 yards on The tea m is sponsored bj flo e/fflip/ If WeCan't
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Pan-
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inactive for a month with a fractured thumb, may be able to back Grey Davis passed 20 Club Association.Anyone -
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scored on a pass play that cov-
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LAST PONDER GETS MAIN EVENTAn yards. with the upbuilding of the community
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scoring for the Pan-
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all-star boxing card will be presented next Tuesday nightat
Miami Beach Auditorium and the 10-round main bout will The Panthers will play b
Lauderdale Lakes in Fort
pair Ismael Laguna, former lightweight champion of the world '
Lauderdale, Saturday at 7 p.m. /
and Grady Ponder a Miami boxer.
FS. SLICK BLACK
If you are interested in going

Laguna, one of the most respected boxers around today, meet us at 84th Street and 23rd .:!' DOUBLE ACTION

.4 fought for the title three times. He lost to champion Carlos Avenue at 5:45 p.m. /COLORS GRAYHWBIAOC RADIO

Ortiz in Madison Square Garden but came back to win a 1965 The Panthers have been 2 PRESSES HAIR IK! HAC

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Times Wins Top. Newsoaner. Retina.
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"The New York Times of secutive time that The Falcon rr : I
William McReynolds, of the
junior collegepublications"isthe Times has won top honor rat- University of Colorado jour- I
way one judge describedthe ing in the Associated Colle-
nalism staff, felt that the
Falcon Times, Miami- giate Press competition at the
sports section was so good that ACCOUNTANTSE.
Dade Junior College Nnth's University of Minnesota. he gave it more than the maxi- LOUNGES MANKER-MILTON
Competition is 6701 NW 15th Avenue LME R
newspaper CU
campus held twice a mum number of points.He also EARL'S ZEBRA LOUNGE 0.
691.9151
an Ail-American rating this year. complimented the paper for its 4400 NW 7th AvenueEarl Public Accountant
week. Edwards, Prop. LAUNDRY & Income Tax Notary
meaningful editorials and excellent -
This is the fourteenth con- Newspapers&: submitted for Phone 633-3735
Judging were those published make-up. CLEANING 5264 N W 24th Avenue
from January through April, Besides Berger and Ste- WILLIAMS'TAILORS
DORSEY DIARY"Dragonslayers" 1968. Ellis Berger was editor wart, staff members of the AUTO REPAIREDW. & CLEANERS S. L. McNEAL
and Ken Stewart winning newspapers includedJoe 1 Day Service Alterations E)ookLo.ping & Tax Service
was sports BRYANT'SGARAGE 4842 NW 27th Avenue
and their 1730 57th
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Kent associate editor
editor. Stewart is now editor. ; P.honet 634-9251
parents, 150 of them,met with Jim Davis, news editor; Ben- 691.2114UPHOLSTERY

representatives of three near- "Your excellence forces me jamin Kenagen, feature edi- 4382 NW 32nd Avenu. WINDOW REPAIRHENRY'S

by colleges Thursday night, to say that I think you turnoutone tor; Dale Jacobs, make-up 635-4210
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Oct. 3, at Dorsey Jr. High. of the best college &papers: editor, and MichelaAkers,en- Install, Repair Windows, 5509 NW 7th Avenue
These potentially college I have seen -- including four tertainment editor. Operators, Scr..n, Glass 759.8907

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Prof.Robert Price,Florida the judge wrote. advisor. SPECIAL 6359869'PAINTING BROWN.REALTY

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Dean of the graduate Christopher's Dream Relived' FAYSON & FERGUSON
joanetta, will clean, DRESS SHOPS
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Meanwhile, plans for voca- a reality In his adulthood. children under the directionsof 6112 NW 7th Avenue
tional guidance week were be- This happened to a well known Mrs.Blacknell. Further as- Martin W. Smith

ing finalized by Mrs. Annie E. explorer, Christopher Colum- sistance came from Mrs. 685-1564 J. H. COPECANDCONSTRUCTION

Russell, assistant principal bus, whose glorious accidentwas Dunn, who taught the children Centre I oritractbf: FUNERAL HOMES

for guidance. During the a blessing to Americans their beautiful songs,and Mrs. 2939 :Hw 48th Terrws. RAHMINGS EVERGREEN

week Oct. 20-26, these items today.On. Williams, the librarian, who 634.6233 MORTUARY
appear on the school agenda: October 8, four days before supplied the children with START WORK TOO AY* Additions, Fla;m,b.crr"" ,bath 754-0681 5253 NW 7th or 7540682.Avenue

Tuesday, Oct. 22, Open Houseat the celebrated day of Co- some of their historical back A P S--. CK.
Northwestern Sr.High,7:30 lumbus landing in 1492, Mrs. ground formation. WE'VE MOVED!!! '

a.m. to 8:30 a.m. for those Armbrister's sixth grade
parents who wish to observethe class presented this histori- Joyce Rolle, reporter; M. Factory -. ''Office Magic City & Harlem Cabs
''.Cooks '.'' B J8
Northwestern-Dorsey vocational cal event to the Holmes Elementary Armbrister, teacher; T. C. 0
Crowder, principiI.NORTHWESTERN'S. . ..'
exploratory program. family. In keeping ( a> Station -\ pr.ivir'I

Thursday, Oct.24,7th graderswill with Holmes traditional I Motel & H m Moid.pfl -; LOCATION 1501 NW 62 St.NEW .

attend an assembly on recognition of this famous explorer ; > Jobs .i.iv'e'in; W'O''

"Good Grooming." PTA that the Holmes Elemen- 696.6400SERVING

evening will highlight a voca- tary family was very honoredto CLASS PHONE

tional guidance skit. see a delightful skit which
portrayed Christopher OF'59All THE BROWNSVILLE DOWN

Tuesday, Oct. 29, studentswill Columbus as a young lad entitled class members of the TOWN COCONUT GROVE AND LIBERTY

be taken on a tour of Searsto "A Compass for Christopher class of 1959 from North- CITY. AREAS)

view vocational possibilities ." The entire programwas western are urged to meet oc-
and will be addressed by colorful and spirited. GAL'SRESTAURANTLOUNGE
tober 19, at 8 p.m.Freeman's
Sears executives in their on- From the response of the Barber Shop, 4207 NW 17th AUTO INSURANCE

the-job training classrooms.The children, the program wasa Ave. This meeting is most Important -
Home of Soul Food Imported
theme in the Dorsey big hit. Please come and
Beer and Wine Air
Cafeteria this week is: School A large mural which depicted bring along a fellow class- conditioned for your com- y,

lunches aid good health. scenes of the voyage!: was mate.
fort.
HOHTHLYfAYMtHTPLAMSERVICEFIRST
I ANNOUNCEMENT Owned and Operated by:
j
Community Council mem- JAMES AND NEALIE MAE
Franklin Clark Named bers met at Lillie C. Evans YOUNGBLOOD INSURANCE AGENCY

Elementary School Friday, (Dec.27))
October 11,to discuss and for-
Director of SchoolPrimary
Primary mulate plans for improving
JIM LEVENSON, Own r Phone 635.7507
conditions surrounding SAVE UP TO 40%
School "C" an- is a member of the ClassroomTeacher's > school. Parents openly voiced

nounces the appointment of Association,Florida their disapproval of no side- ON AUTO INSURANCE

Mr. Franklin Clark as its Education Association,Na- walks, poor drainage facilities Auto Insurance

Community School Director tional Education Association.In .,, and poor traffic conditions Immediate SR-22 Filings

succeeding Mr. Clifford Matthews June of this year, he was i: which threatens the safe- Liability PhysicalDamage Low Monthly Payments

Mr. Clark Is a productof awarded the Master's degree!i ty of their children.The coun-
AUTO TAGS DRIVERS LICENSED.
the school system in Miami from Barry College.He isalsa i cil decided to formulate a peti- SR 22 Filing

having attended St.Francis a member of the St. John Institutional tion and obtain enough signa- .So One Refused GOODMAN & SONS

I Xavier Catholic School, Baptist Church and I tures of concerned persons,so GOOD DRIVERSNo
AUTO TAG AGENCY
KEEN
Phyllis Wheatley Elementaryand the Alpha Phi Alpha Frater- that the proper authorities
Booker T. WashingtonHigh could I be Informed of theirf Finance Chargeas Same location for two generations

School where he gradu- nity.As needs in the community. little as

ated in 1955.In 1959.he received . community director o The Community Council, In 15% norm 2688 NW, 62nd ST. Phone: 691-0380
his .. the unique Neighborhood Cen- the remaining minutes of the
B.S..degree from Florida ;
terette, Mr. Clark will pIal AT SHE LL'S CITY
discussed and
Memorial College where he t meeting, plan-
and direct programs to mee (South Door)
received many honors such as ned for the children'sbigHalloween -
the educational and recrea COLOR AND BLACK WHITE TV SERVICE
&
Refreshments
the first male manager of the \ Party. PLAZA INSURANCE
tional needs of the commun
campus bookstore and can- were served and the meeting AGENCY
STEREO RADIO TAPE RECORDER
ity and other diverse responsibilities.Individuals
teen, president of his class for wh<; was adjourned. Phone:754-4951

three years,Sunday school su- would like to receive their big! Avenue
perintendent for two years, | MASONIC LODGE 5941 NW 7th VET TV

and the first male on the cam school diploma or participatiin #638 CELEBRATES
self-improvement course .. ... NOW VET
pus to gain membership In the ANNIVERSARY TED FORMERLY OF JET IS .
(Dr I vi n Spanish,. French,
g, '
prestigious Alpha Kappa Mu r King David Masonic Lodge
Food preparation, etc.)free o: eMu FLORIST 379-7735
will
scholastic honorary society. #638 of West Hollywood
charge are Invited to come band ]y GIn war
Incidentally, 4 an endowment celebrate their 2nd Anniversary M ?orta.
award is given in Mr. Clark'sname community talk with director this plus dynamic tab ary, Sunday, October 20, at 846 NW 2ND AVENUE OPEN 9 TO 9

to a male on the Florida tour of on 5 2:30 p.m. You are Invited to

Memorial campus who qualifies a never-forgotten most educational plan! attend, at Mount Zion AME .

to become a member o fand of the in community . Methodist Church, 5010 SW 18 .340 N.W. 71h AylfllleMI. PMOTtCY YOUR FUMNITURC

this society.He and programs nation. Organizations our St., West Hollywood,Fla Dinner ."'., ,1..14. ,:' WITHOUT HIDING ITS .UUTY'
: will be served.
has served as a class- sororities, fraternities, 01 Burroughs Is CUSTOM MADE
Samuel D.
room teacher at A. L. Lewis, civic groups are also Inviteeto I. W. M. and Henry Fort,Is sec PLASTIC FURNITURE' ,
F. S. Tucker, and Rainbow use the building by contactIng SLIP cornsUtIIIMl
retary.
Park Elementary schools and Mr. Clark at 836-0012, : CITSTAt suet g I I
MI&VT AUIIOM
lASTIN*
RANDOLPH t, n Mil tour WUTANT

KINDERGARTENRandolph Phone 688-0921 UAIANTin.
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Kindergartenclass TA .
and teachers had a most e aiMMMM file ISTIMATaf t M .

exciting trip last Thursday, .WE WIRE FLOWERS limit?. '=.. SPECIALIZING t CAIte I t
when they toured the waxed MITCHELL TAXI CABSFOR ANYWHERE: rn All rmiM SUP IN PLASTIC coves *'Av NT a.NI . .

museum. it was thrilling for BUSINESS. OR PLEASURE I EXCLUSIVELY ..
everyone to see so many wax- 24 HOUR SERVICEd Cod. 305 I .r
ed figures had house ol Gretchen,

about, most of all they to see Christopher 0 a-locka and Carol City 754-8061

Columbus, because the l Call anytime 24 hour service 345)82rFalcon ;
21 ALI BABAOPA AVE. 758-4371
children were learning about
LOCKA. FLA
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. ._' 30 THE n.MIAMI...".... TIMES, .PrtfJnw----,. October- -- -- Ifl-.. 1968

.., Rogers Wilkins Joins Ford FoundationNEW OPEN HOUSE

. Liberty City Federal
.: YORK. The Ford chellSvlrldoff, Foundationvice the summer of 1965, he was Mr. Wilkins was born in Credit Union
.. Foundation has announced the president for National Af staff director of the Task Kansas City and received both
: appointment of Roger W. Wilkins fairs. Force on Urban Problems of his bachelor's law degrees 1900 NW 15th ST.

:.. :: an assistant attorney Prior to joining the Com- the President' C 0 u n c lIon from the University of Michi- Fri., Oct. 18, 8 p. m.
general in the Department of munity Relations Service, Mr. Equal Opportunity. From 1958to gan. He Is married to the for-
Justice, as a program officerin Wilkins served as special 1962, he practiced law in mer Eve Tyler of Cleveland, Public Invited
charge of the Social Development assistant In the Agency for International New York with the firm of Del- and they have two children,
section of its Na- Development. In son, Levin, and Gordon. ages eight and three.
tional Affairs Division.
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has served as director of the
CARLTON REALTY
Justice Department's Com REALTYBROKER
munity Relations Service,
-, formed by the Civil Rights Act 3014 HW 79 STREET BROKER

of 1964 to help communities \ 693-4772 Answer CALL 6353177FHACBS.
Mr. John Gibson, presidentof and citizens combat racial
the Miami Beach Local discrimination. From 1964 to Little River area. Beauty. Tile roof.
1554, American Federation of 1966, he was assistant direc- OPEN. 7 DAYSWILL 2 bdrms, 1 bath, Ige K, din rm, gar. ot.rm, re*
State, County and Municipal tor of the service, in chargeof -" frig.,din rm set, w/w carpets, sprinklers.155000,
Employees, AFL-CIO,will its Office of Community SELL FOR FHA VALUATION $900 down, $100.40 month.
leave on Sunday to attend a Action.In Lovely CBS in new area, Opa-locka. Tile roof, FHA-CBS. Little River. Spacious, tile rf, 3 bd-
special course for local and his Foundation post, awnings, jalousie windwos, wall heat, fenced, rm. 2 bath, Fla rm K din rm ut rm stove,
international officers of the which he will assume in Feb- landscaped grounds, stove, refrigerator. FHA rerig.carpets, $21,000$1775dwn6.76 mo.
J' union at the University of ruary, Mr. Wilkins will be responsible price $13,000, $400 down and $87 month. FHA-CBS. Close in. 3 bdrm, 1 bath. Lovely Ige

Maryland College Park.Mr. for developing and FIND SECURITY WITH INCOME PROPERTYWe home. $14,950, $900 down, $100.12 month.
Gibson was the successful monitoring programs that
* * *
leader in unionizing the city seek to Improve the economicand have several choice modern income properties
employees of Miami Beach. social status of Negroesand ((5 and 6 unit) in best locations that you can buy EXCELLENT FOR CHURCH SITE also zoned for
l If duplexes. House on 3 lots, 110'x1401 all inc..
Another drive is now on to organize other disadvantaged mi- with very reasonable down payment. you are
the white collar em- norities. HewillreoorttoMit- looking to live rent free and have income, too, 1 1066 NW 52nd St. Asking* * *$15,000.* *
< of Miami please come in and see us. These are tried and
Beach.
ployees WATERFRONT LUXURY HOMES. 3 bdrm, 2 bath
$1300.00 Down deals!
NO CLOSING proven Fla rm, gar., Ige grounds $25,000, $5,000 down,
-. 1261 NW 41st COSTS Street NO RED TAPE-MOVE RIGHT IN! Also 4 bdrm, 3 bath, 2 car gar. Asking $35,000.FANTABULOUS .

I' FINESTPRINTING Lovely 2 bedroom CBS, Very neat 3 bedroom, 2 bath frame home at 720 -- "--
1I Fla room. Hurry. This will NW 53rd St. Large Fla room, large open fornt
: sell fast. porch, garage, wall to wall carpeting, cornices,
.. * drapes, stove, refrigerator, air conditioner. Price
) t SERVICE $100 DOWN FHA only $10,000, $2,500 down and $100 month.

Vacant Lot $2,000 OPEN SATURDAY
AND SUNDAYSee
SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
HERE'S
PROOF
YOU'LLLIKE Good closed-in Location.
Outstanding'4" bedroom, 2 bath home with every- Model at
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OUR PRINTING NO CLOSING COSTS thing. Screened in 33x16 swimming pool, 44x12
and. our customers coma back! 5900 NW 5th Avenue dovered patio, beautifully landscaped fenced in 5917 S.W. 63rd Street
Nice 2 bedroom, air cond. grounds, built-in kitchen, dishwasher, central
Miami Tints CBS, large lot, near stores heat, awnings, jalousie windows, sidewalks, etc.
and school. FHA price $23,500, $1,700 down and $150.52 mo. 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH HOMES
Call OX 10421
ALLAPATTAH Realtors 633-0426 REALTY NO RED TAPEMOVE RIGHT IN. VETERANS $100 DOWNNON
3 bedroom 2 bath, CBS at 2105 NW 56th St.
Freshly painted inside and out. A real bargain at VETS $300 DOWN
$12,500, $750 down and $110 month
pays every-
1
MORTGAGE FHA $85 MONTH :
,,. thing. Vacant. Move right in.
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RESIDENT MANAGERDependable NO CLOSING COSTS
WILL SELL FOR FHA VALUATION .,

Lovely 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS, Florida room, FULL PRICE $12,900 ,:
man or couple for responsible screened in rear patio, terrazzo floors, awnings,
position to take complete charge of rental jalousie wind, ws, sprinkler system with its own
well and pump, fruit and shade trees, stove, refrigerator Greater Miami
units in Wonderful for the !
area. opportunity
3 air conditioners with heat as well as
right person or couple. cold, wall to wall carpeting. Seller will sell for Realty Inc.
FHA valuation (Applied for). ::1
SALARY PLUS LIVING QUARTERS ,
NO RED TAPE MOVE RIGHT IN! PHONE: 444-& 133

Call Friday or Saturday Large 3 bedroom home on beautiful fenced lot.

MorningPL Fla room, enclosed porch, new roof, awning win-
dows, special pump and well for 'lawn, carpeting,
40643Mr. stove, refrigerator, air conditioner. Bargain at
Miller $10,000, $1,200 down,and $103 month. King Realty, Inc. of Miami

WILL SELL FOR FHA VALUATION -DADE COBNTIf+ 'REALTORS. 8000 NW 7th

Modern 3 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS on large corner IS OUR r jcfct?' Ave<
fenced lot. Tile roof jalousie windows KINGDOM P i IT f&*
awnings, JST m. M A
Johnny Lee central heat, stove, refrig. Bargain at $14,500 CALL
FHA, $450 down, $97.01 mo. Opa-locka 624-3666.
Real Estate 633-2831
SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS

Nice 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS, terrazzo floors,
790 NW jalousie windows, awnings, wall to wall carpeting -
large fenced yard. FHA bargain at $13,500,
54th St. $450 down and $90.10 month.Our( Opa-locka num-
Px; ber '
is 624-3666)) '
; 'When\fi'uy.er $'Se/le> gre ,*>cgfd royo//

758-9921 SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
4040 NW 187 TERRACE
Beautiful bedroom, 2 bath CBS, like new I Giant Gorgeous 3 bedroom, 2 bath, built-in stove and oven,
FHA NO CLOSING COSTS size garage, large built-in kitchen, built-in range, extra large carport, sprinklers, well and pump, car-
2 bedroom, 1 bath, across street from school, garbage disposal, terrazzo floors, central heat, peting. FHA terms.
$12,000, $400 down, 1957 NW 46th Street. jalousie windows, circular drive, sliding doors,
to po tI a. Air conditioner. Outstanding buy at NO QUALIFYING
* * * $19,000 FHA, $900 down and $124.98 month. 3145 NW 193rd TERRACE

FHA NO CLOSING COSTS Gorgeous 3 bedroom, wall to wall carpet, central
3 bedroom, 2 bath, central heat, air conditioner, WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES heat, Fla room, built-in range andoven, garage,
'YOU CAN BUY awnings, well, pump and sprinklers. $102
garage, fenced backyard, only 7 years old, $100 DOWN IF ANY.OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR pays all. mo.
YOU
ARE A VETOR BEING
$18,000, $800 down. Located in 90th Street DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY(
.. area. 1050 NW 91st STREET
? * * 2 bedroom, 2 bath, lovely area. $111.00 month

FHA NO CLOSING COSTS pays all.

3 bedroom, 2 bath, carpets and drapes. In REALTYBROKER BUILDING & EXTRA LOT '

beautiful 95th Street area. $16,000, $600 8151 NW 22nd AVENUE

down. Restaurant equipment already in. Call us for terms.
* * *
4932 NW 7th Ave.
A DARN GOOD BUYI! OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 24 HOUR SERVICE

2 bedroom house and extra lot.60x90. A real PL 9-4371 HOMES FOR AS LITTLE AS $100 DOWNWe
deal.. $5,500. specialize in homes for persons being displaced
* * * 16000 NW 27 Ave in Urban Renewal area, Miami Housing .
Projects. Veterans call to see If qualify ".
FHA AND VA RESALES $100 DOWN TO you
VETS AND DISPLACED PERSONS. 624-3666 You're only a phonecall away.

758-9921 Open Evenings Sundays CALL US FOR BEST SELECTION ON NEW
VA LIST OUT THIS WEEK
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CLASSIFIED I ADS Infants and toddlers., Best of FORT BELVOffi, Va.-Pfc Engineer with the knowledgeand

careJn my home. P.L 8-9972. Willie Davis Haynes was skills needed to install,
r- awarded the military rating of maintain, and repair the vari-
15 WORDS OR LESS $1.50. 5* FOR EACH ADDITIONAL WORD Infant and toddlers day care in Power Generation Specialist, ous types of electrical gener-

i DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED_AOSSUESDAY6: P..61.. .. mv home.. I do not keep many and received bis diploma for ators used by the Corps of En-

._ _ T children an d I do not pick up successfully completing the gineers world-wide.
children. If you are interestedcall Power Generation Course in Haynes is the son of Mrs.
FOR SALE FOR SALE FO the Department of Mechanicaland
SALE. PL 9-8335. Annie Bell Washington, 1845

LOW DOWN PAYMENT 3 BEDROOM: SINGER SLANTOMATICZIG Technical Equipmentat NW 52nd St.. and the husbandOF
House for sale Opa-locka 2 bath, custom built-home this Retired nurse will give your the United States Army En- Mrs. Roslyn Haynes, 1150
Bunche Park, 15830 NW 18th you must see nice Like ZAG $9 infants and toddlers gineer School NW 51st Terrace. He is a for
;very area new. Sold for
over $300
Ct. ph. 587-1388, Ft.Lauder- large home, $18,500 totai Fancy designs. No attach- loving care in her home. Will This highly technical and mer student at Miami Dade

dale. (Oct 11) $700 down. Vets $400. A. Ben- ments needed. pick up. PL 8-2900. concentrated course is designed Jr. College.
Guaranteed. Oct. 11) to__ the
Karl, Realtor ( provide Army
anytime 759- Reliable person makes 10 payments .

FHA, VAandConventlonal 2425. of$9 will take older ma- mothers, if you arq SAN ANTONIO. Airman HOME AWAY

CBS like new, anybody can buy POOL HOME Carol chine in trace. Call CREDIT looking for a clean home,good Clifford L. Manor Jr., son of FROM HOME
if qualified or non-qualifed and City MANAGER day ornight we deliver food experienced babysister
FHA price only $16,900. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford L. Tourist AccommodationsDo
assume existing mortgage. $700 down 685-1564. whom you can trust, call us. Manor, 2421 NW 151st St.,
$111.86 month. 3 have friend
Midwest Realty, NE 5-8035. you a or re-
Day 633-6607,Night 633-2002, has
Opa-locka
bedroom completed I lavtive
CBS, modern visiting? Beautiful
5499 NW 27th Ave. (Oct.18) kitchen 6 large rooms plus bath front 633-2732. Free pickupandde- basic training at Lackland,
appliance, 2 car private home for rent.Doll y
porch, fenced inyardredecoated livery. (bidet) AFB Tex. He is now assigned
4225 NW 168th Terrace garage, utility room, 2,000sq. bash.Air cond.,wall/wall
ft. pool and ready to move into.Good as a protective coating specia- carpet, all utilities furn.
Carol City. 3 bedrooms, 2 patio area I keep children from 2 yearsof
location. Call owner 532-3206. list with unit of the Tactical
Wall to a including TV &
baths, swimming pool, no wall carpets, 2 air age. Nice clean home. 6520 I garage,
Air I'
Command at Homestead Phone.
qualifying, by owner. Total conditioners. close to NW 11th Ave. PL 8-9457.
price$13,320.$2,000down.$97 schools, bus and shopping, FOR RENT AFB, Fla. Airman Manor is a Shown by Appoint. Call 9

month. 624-4016. TUBIN REALTORS,7906 NW Room for a very nice and respectable HELP WANTEDCash 1967 graduate of Carol City a.m.to5 p.m. 691.5283 or, ...
(Oct. 18)) 7th Avenue, 691-4785. single lady with a Senior High School. Evenings & Weekends:

good job. Use of large kitchen, in on the big fall and SAN ANTONIO. Airman 696-2538 (H29))

435 NW 58th Street CBS duplex LIKE NEW DUPLEX- dining room, living room and Christmas selling season. Jimmy C. Pollock, son of Mr.
Choice Close in Area Part or full time. Call 633-
Fla. To call NE- and Mrs. Coy W. Pollockof
or could be 3 bedroom, 2 room. see
2 bedroom each side,tile roof, 5-4805. 6682 evenings 7 to 9 p.m. 4728 NW 15th Ct., Miami,
bath, stove,refrigerator,FHA terrazzo floors, awnings win (Indef.) (N. 1) has completed basic trainingat
value $16,000 No closing dows
built-in kitchen
down Vets Lackland AFB, Tex. Hehas CLINIC
costs $600 ( $200)),
sprinkler system,only 5 years Room. Middle age man.Preferone Beautician wanted. Goodloca- been assigned to the Air Force
$106.34 monthly rent one old. FHA terms, $800 down, works during day. Nice tion. Call 751-7449 or 691- Technical Training Center at Completely equippedAir
in other free. This uewon't
live today $118.76 month. TUBIN quiet and reasonable. Call l: 9392. (Bidet) Keesler AFB, Miss.,for spec- Conditioned. Large
last bring deposit -
Client.
REALTORS Ie.For lease
7906 NW7thAve. 759-3360. ialized'schooling as an administrative no
Aetna Realty (Broker), investment.
691-4785. Good saleswomen. Good sal- specialist. Airman Low rental

811 NW 54th Street, Phone: 3103 NW 157th Street 2 beautiful rooms Call 371- aries. AtMiami's leading Pollock is a 1968 graduate of available because of
757-5724, open 7 days. fashion Must be doctor's retirement.
8965. shop. top
Modern 3 bedroom,2 bath CBS, Miami Jackson Senior High
notch. If are call Mr.Smith
you School.
large Fla. room, fenced yard, 379-6834
1621 NW 44th Street tile roof, hardwoood floors, 2 bedroom apartment at 2139 I I at Lory's Fashion. 757-4523. 313-2691
Drive by this very nice 2bed- NW 47th Terrace. Call 373-
! prettiest house on the block. need FINEST (TF )
tutor. Must have A"
room home plus sleeping Hose to everything. FHA 7973.
porch, excellent condition, average in Chemistry, His-
?rC6
,$600 down, PRINTING
fully carpeted, price only$9,- 4104.95 $1580QI'111'.. -t h. TUBIN Room in private home for quiet t: tory, Mathematics. Need-
000 with $300 down FHA or sober man. Work days. 634- ed four hours in afternoons.Top .
REALTORS, 7906 NW7thAve. SERVICE ..
Vets. $100.A.Ben-kori,Real- 6914785. 9654. pay 693-0638.


tor, anytime 759-2425. Cottage Completely furnished. MISCELLANEOUSDraperies HERE'S PROOF YOU'LL .1-....Y...s.BsstlttM5........,..wtww..--eM-M-.....,.
6-DUPLEX- .."....... -.., twMs, ........
1042 NW 37th Street No children Good surroundings t..... FHA FINANCINGLOW taken down
LIKE OUR PRINTING MMU 4 farfatt taH4ntl* n 3 bedroom, 2 bath home, very DOWN PAYMENT $15 per week. 2370 J cleaned, decorator folded and MriMrrltMOM........*. MwM... w..:mttntee4relr irlK
, large, CBS, Large carport, NORTH MIAMI BEACH AREA. NW 59th St. Apply at 1058 NW rehung. Lustra-tone Drapery ml our customers com back! ==
1
large front porch plus 1 39th St. Phone NE 5-8915.
open BROKERS INVITED Service, 887-8022. (bidet Miami Times E
bedroom rear house, all for -. ... ,..+.tteU ... --
Call J. Z. 587-2470 ... .... II ...
$18,500 total. down $400.Vets Efficiency. 225 NW 59th St.
j"WIN A WIG =--.or.ir!:!
FHA $700. Hurry for this one. Nice duplex. 1370 NW 46th St. Have a wig party and win a Call OX 10421
,
A. Ben-Kori Realtor Nice nice Nt.aJll ea1wq sst
,anytime $600 down and assume mort- room for a workingman. free wig. Ca11754-5401 for in-

759-2243. gage. Call 373-7973. 7585097. formation. (Nov. 1))
!

i. 7517 NW 4th AvenueFantas- BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY 5 room house. 39th St. Furnished FOR SALEs M0FFURS

tic 3 bedroom, 2 bath,built-in Grocery store and meat mar- Phone 758-0709. Galog ; LOn

,t. kitchen, central air and heat, ket. $2,800week business, fire place. Screened porch!I $1,500.00 buys) 50x140 lot.

carpets, drapes, dishwasher, terrific deal leaving state.607 $125.00 month. Have Business Lots

sprinkler system, FHA $22- NW 9th Street. 374-8281. Need Monty? See Boron CUSTOM DUALS

500 Seller pays all closing W* Buy Property

costs if you can qualify for Dry cleaning agency Grove CHILDCAREBaby 538-1340

the ultimate see us today! 20 years. Must sell due to poor
Aetna Realty(Broker),811 NW health. Sacrifice. 444-2144. sitting in my home 5 i

54th St., Ph. 757-5724, Open nights a week. 633-4330. CocaColaBOTTLING V

7 days. SPACIOUS HOME CO, OAK I CARSr

Terrazzo floors, carpeted, .
410 NW 31st St. CBS 3 bed- huge master bedroom, rec- Baby and childcare can be Route r : .

room, fenced, awnings, no reation room, custom kitchen, found Monday through Friday,
qualifying air conditioner large screened Meals and diapers included.
$13,500, try $500 SalesmanSalary S I
down, E-Z monthly payment porch, patio. Many extras. 751-6061.

less than rent. Don't let this Price $16,500 FHA $600 down while .

one get away! I 11 I Aetna Realty 900 NW 83rd Ter. 693-4675. training

(Broker) 811 NW 54th St. Ph.
NEED MONEY? Must be 21 or over
757-5724 Open 7 days. DISTRESS SALE
and resident of I e
3 bedroom house (in Opa- lit and 2nd Mortgages a t a

locka) needs repairs $2500 for any purpose. Con theGreater

full price or best offer. Cash struction or improvementleans. Miami .
895 901 1 54lh
NW 91st St. INVESTORS 63331096351078.. Consolidate your Area
SPECIAL CBS bills.

rental units, partly furnished,1 ASSORTED FURNITURE TRI-COUHTY Apply in person at: I 63343QOAWEDATE

situated on lot 166' x 147' 4845 NW 16th Ave. Saturday MORTGAGE CO. 301 NW 29th Street
drive by do not disturb ten- Hallandale Blvd.Hallandale.Miamiphones.
19 and 20 641 W.
I and Sunday, October between 10 a.m.
ants then contact / OPENINGS
us for all 1 Reason- _
Ask for Mrs. Rivers.
the details on this money maker 945.4411 or 941.10021Oi and 3 p.m.

1 111 I I Aetna Realty (Broker) able price. Monday through Friday Earn Minimum $7.174
811
NW 54th Street. Ph. 757- DIAL-A-MATIC

: 5724, open 7 days. ZIG-ZAG $6.43 $ Per Year
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sowing machine A-l shape,

less than 6 months old, $33
BUS BOYS AND
' 2116 NW 96th Terrace-bed- cash. $6.43 monthly. Will take WILL BUY AN DISHWASHERSNeed MTA Bus OperatorsAverage

room, 1 bath, no qualifying, old machine as part payment
$11,500 total price, try $500 i Call credit manager day or ELECTRIC PORTABLE ( 44-Hour Work Week) -

down, CBS, tile roof, oak; night. F r e e inspection. 685- SEWING MACHINE not' be ex
perienced. Year round STARTING BASE RATE $2.61 PER HOUR
r floors, low, low monthly payment 1564. ,ICONDIT10N1D,IX'1l1I
move today on this one. 1'.4..1..AII IreideSome work. Liberal fringe AFTER FIRST 6 MOS. $2.14 PER HOUR

I Aetna Realty(Broker), 811 NW f, SEWING MACHINESAll origi- II Cebteetit benefits, profit sharing AFTER 12 MONTHS $2.88 PER HOUR

Mh St., Ph. 757-5724 makes and models. .
Open plan. Parking
space
7 days. nal guarantee plus 1 year free S PLUS MANY CASH ALLOWANCESLearn

service. No credit check, no available. the Facts. Immediate Openings for

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