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Title: Miami Times
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Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: October 25, 1968
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? 35-year-old bus driver The widow of a Metro bus
was killed, when a charge of driver, who was killedAug.
buckshot struck him in the from a shotgun blast fired bya
lower back and penetrated his sheriffs deputy, filed suit
chest, the medical examiner's in Circuit Court Tuesday
report stated. against Dade County Sheriff .
The deputies reportedly E. Wilson Purdy, and deputies
. 'J d -" '_ tIIII. u...;', ., w ere investigating an argu- James Cribbs and James
MISS BETHUNE -COOKMAN CROWNED ment over a gambling game Laurie.
when Williams whirled to face
Donna Leggett, a Daytona Beach senior sociology the deputies with a loaded Mrs. Dorothy Williams, of ,
major/ recently crowned 'Miss Bethune-Cookman Col shotgun, according to the 2304 NW 99th Ter., widow of .
lege' by Dr. Richard V. Moore, ViII// reign over the sheriffs office. Johnnie Lee Williams, is asking r w
Homecoming festivities on November 2, when the Bethune- Other witnesses claimed in excess of $5,000 from
Cookman College Wildcats face the South Carolina Williams did not have the shot- all four defendants and another 74
$5,000 from Cribbs and Laurie
State Bulldogs in Welch Stadium at 2 p.m. Miss Leggettis
a three-year member of the famed Bethune-Cookman gun.On Sept. 6, Peace Justice together.
Concert Chorale, the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority and the Charles Snowden ruled at an Mrs. Williams accuses the
Student Government Association. Inquest that Williams' death deputies of having shot her
was not Justifiable homicide husband "without lawful excuse -
and recommended Grand or provocation" and
Jury investigation. The mat- leaving her without support
Will 91s1 Congress ter was referred to the State for herself and two children,
Attorney's office. Barry, 10 and Sherree, 11. ,
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Seal Adam Powell? Secretary Robert Weaver At Named To Library Board ";

Florida Memorial College Mrs. Juanita Ross Johnson was appointed by Commissioner ;
WASH INGTON.-Adam trips at government expense. M. AthalieRange as a member of the Board of Trustees of the .
Clayton Powell,' denied his On the strength of such Dr. Robert Weaver, Secre- Weaver will arrive this Miami Public Library for a term of three years, beginning .
seat in the 90th Congress by charges, and undoubtedly in- 'tary of Housing and Urban Development afternoon and will hold a press July 1. She is a graduate of Fisk University and received! her
vote of his colleagues,appearsa fluenced by a flood of anti- comes to Miami conference at the Dupont Plaza Master's Degree in Library Science from Case Western Re- ,
cinch to be elected to the 91st Powell mail from constitu- I;today (Thursday) to speak at Hotel at 3:30 p.m. He will be serve University, Cleveland, Ohio :
next month, forcing the House ents, members voted 248,176_ Florida- Memorial. College. guest of honor ata Democratic Mrs. Johnson has worked in the Chicago School system and .
to consider do March 1 1967 to exclude fund raising reception at the has been a Children's Librarian in Youngstown, Ohio;Kansas \
.. again what to on .
It with him. Powell from the 90th Congress '."._._, . "u'','..'.&.. ,F' ': . hotel at Z30,,: ,. City, Missouri;. and Miami. Locally she is a member of the -k .
There now Is no strong feeling The ban does not carry over I r"f;''.? ;"''( )' .' J He app lson a'"Frbrri. the James J:. Scott'Community Association The"church of the
that the bars must be kept Into the next Congress. ".\.'} People" program at Florida Open Door, and the Know Your Neighbor,Panel. ,
up against the Harlem Con- Many members Justified '''. :\,; ;w. Memorial 8p.m.andre-- Her husband, Stanley, Is'a physician and she is the mother
'I:' ,>>'! turns to of three sons, Stanley Jr. 10 Corbin 8 and Aaron
gressman, but neither is the their vote with the argumentthat M'i i Washington Friday age age ,
:. morning. (shown with his mother) age 1.
welcome mat being put out. the charges were serious t ,,' I
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The factor (that may prove enough for the Justice Department 1 .::tt ,, .
decisive in how the next confrontation to investigate. Elston Howard
Is First Black ; .
turns out Is a federal Bias Charged .1
grand fury Investigation U, after such a long inves- a ( Coach In Amtrirnn LltnnlJlt
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of Powell that has been goingon no returned WASHINGTON.-A government '"
nearly 18 months. it undoubtedly will l be II' : agency has called for the Elston Howard, admitting' base coach the American '
Powell accused of mis- difficult for these membersto "
was termination of some $50 mil- first
he'd be "happy"become the League's Negro coach.
using public funds, keeping his again deny Powell his seat. lion worth of contracts with the first Negro manager in the big In re-shuffling of the Yankee .
wife on the congressional payroll Besides the grand Jury investigation Bethlehem Steel because
\ Corp. leagues, turned down a minor coaching staff,Howard replaced -
and pocketing her salary some other fac- ';- .. of alleged racial dis-
league manager ial Job Whitey Ford, who resigned -
while she lived in Puerto Rico, tors could Influence what the crimination at the firm's Tuesday to "return home" to to devote full time to a
and making private airline House does. HUD SECRETARY WEAVER Sparrow's Point Md., plant. the New York Yankees first communications Job.



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WAR ON POVERTY AREA DIRECTORS the first black record spin-
: ner to Join a major station in
' \ Eight of the new nine EOPI Area Directors are shown with Office of a full time capacity.

, Economic Opportunity Regional Director William Shuttle, EOPI Board President Valles, who has as smootha
'. Mrs. Marie S. delivery as they come, has
Dr. H.. Franklin Williams and EOPI Executive Director
been in radio for 10
Carl. Mr. Shuttle visited Miami October 9 to attend a special ceremony honor- His shows have been heard years.on Maynard, a member the elite city of Miami Police /'
ing the new Area Directors. Shown from left to right are: (Front row) Mrs. WAME and WMBM. He also K-9 Corps, welcomes Miami Mayor-Stephen P. Clark and
Carl; Dr. Williams; Mrs. Gwen Cherry, Brownsville; Mr. Shuttle; Mr. Willie did a TV stint this summer on The Rev Theodore Gibson Tuesday to the opening of
Brown, Homestead-Florida City; and Mr. Joseph Coleman, Liberty City. the popular "It's our Bag" the three-day Police K-9 Association seminar at the j
(Back row) Mrs. Betty Lou Barbieri, Edison-Little River; Mr. Vernon Stokes, youth show on channel two. McAllister Hotel. At center Is Maynord's handler Miami :'
t., Johnson China will be beard from police officer Richard Byrd. More than 100 lawmen from (
Mrs. Claudia Fuller Central (Culmer) Theodore ,
Coconut Grove; ; '
midnight to 5:30 a.m. and will 35 police agencies throughout the United States are attending t:
; South Miami; and Benny L.O'Berry, Opa-locka. After a two-week training and feature top pop, top RIB, top the convention, being held for the first time in 'f i
I orientation session, the Area Directors assumed their new posts on Octd4.t. Jazz and underground music. Miami. Miami-Metro Dept. of Publicity & Tourism photo.

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J Masons Report $ 1968Million In Housing

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SAN DIEGO, California.Dr. .- 600,000; Montgomery, Ala- 100 units atl,107,000andone Blacks $a
John G. Lewis, Jr., Baton bama, 300 units valued at$3- in Washington, D. C. with 212 Chicago
Rouge, Louisiana, sovereign 331,000; Birmingham, Ala- units valued at $4,250,000 a Schools t
grand commander of the bama, 180 units valued at$2- total of $22 million.He Boycott
United Supreme Council, 33rd 215,000.A CHICAGO. Thousands of E
Degree, Free and Accepted second one in Dallas with stated that there were Negro high school students
Scottish Rite Freemasonry, 148 units valued at$1,886,000; more on the drawing board and staged a second boycott of
Prince Hall Affiliation,South- Fort Worth, Texas, 152 units the Masons would not be satisfied classes Monday and were H 5* : *.
ern Jurisdiction. rendered a valued at $1,808,000; Frank- until they bad exnaustect Joined by some 500 Negro
full repprtMJh0efeven housing fort, Kentucky, 100 units at every effort to see that every teachers to bolster demands .. ,
-'pojectsc f ( for .lowjmcome $1,250,000; Port Arthur, person possible enjoyed for greater racial represen- fro'S
and I rent'supp'lenitnrjiousjngIn Texas 120 units at$1,267,000; decent housing at a moderate tation amongteachersandhigh a
the United States to the organization Spartanburg: S. C., one with price, school administrators.School .
in annual conven- board officials said
tion here. 33,088 pupils, or 25 per cent ,f
He stated that he felt it the of the total enrollment, were
duty of Prince Hall Masons to
absent from classes yesterday -
Voter
do more than observe the usual Operation Big Vote The normal absentee rate
Masonic rituals, give the valid is 10 per cent.NUKAIR.
h II password, observe the ancient Education Parade Saturdayroutes u
customs and wear the colorful
regalia. He said it was their -HMR..P9.r; H.'r:' R.OW-t'

duty to,.see that they made as This Saturday, October 26, in Liberty City, Q t-jbRVfft :
much of a contribution to the at 1:00 p.m. Operation Big Brownsville, and the central I )
betterment of all men as pos- Vote and the Laborers' Inter- district, including various lr: a :$ ACP l :
sible. Hence, the eleven housing national Union of North A- project areas. '; "
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projects already in courseof merica, Local #478, AFL- Free voter education demonstrations i ; .
construction.The CIO kicks off a voter education will be given toj I
projects, their number motorcade at Congressman clubs and community organizations I &qaMr I
of units and the values were Claude Pepper's headquarterson on an official vot-
listed by Dr.Lewis as follows: Northwest 62nd Street and ing machine by calling 759- and Mrs. John H. Priceof complete studies for assocla-
I Knoxville, Tenn., 160units 8th Avenue. 3691. The occasion will also Miami, announce the engagement tives of art degress in political
I valued at $1,625,000; Dallas, The mortorcade will follow be highlighted with refresh- oftheirda ugh ter, science and business ad-
Texas, 172 units valued the familiar marching band ments and
at$2- a Jazz combo. I Bernadette Leila, to Mr. Ar- ministration, January 1969.
thur Young, the son of Mr.and Mr. Young is an active member
r
I r r Mrs. Amos Young of Miami. of the Per r In e-Cutler
Miss Price was graduated Ridge Jaycees; and has served
from Mays High School and attended on numerous community
: j # the Universities of projects. He is associated with

_ Carroll, Helena, Montana and Gordon Jewelers as credit
'r of Miami. She is a member of manager.
: I* high I* iVjidco) ) K tp r the Kappa Omega Sorority and The edding is planned for
: the Collegiate C i v 1 tan civl- the Spring of 1969.
nettes Civil Service
scalp and /filing h ir fa* organization. -
I She is presently affiliated -
with National Airlines Inc.

Mr. Young was also grad- Investfleople
uated from Mays High School :
IS. and served two and a half years
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with the armed forces. After-
wards he attended Fort Valley
State College and Miami Dade and we all J benefit

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LAUNDRY OPEN
GULF ENTERTAINS AFNA FOUNDERS The 800 delegates to the

American Foundation for Negro Affairs in Philadelphia were entertained at a

banquet following opening day sessions by Gulf Oil Corporation. Shown here
Owned &
after the dinner are His Excellency, Ebenezer Moses Debrah (sixth from left), '

Ghana's ambassador to the United States, the evening's speaker, with Gulf -
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and AFNA officials: Miss Hilda Simms, New York, noted actress and AFNA I ---- \ L Operated by

commission chairman; D,. G. Kean, Gulf Public Relations Department; GeorgeW.

.. Ruppersberger, Gulf's Philadelphia District Sales Manager; Mrs. Debrah; Po CEfJN L- k PRINCE "BOX"FARRINGTON
U.S.Judge A.Leon Higginbotham, Philadelphia, AFNA President; Samuel L.

Evans, Philadelphia, AFNA Board Chairman; and Dr. Benjamin Mays, Presi- 1-: -

dent Emeritus of Morehouse College, Atlanta, who heads up AFNA'sreseach .

program. One of the most impressive assemblages of prominent Negroes ever ALL NEWFRIGIDAIRE
gathered, AFNA is creating a 10 year plan to enhance the image of the American -

Negro, to unify and harness his potential in all areas of life, and to establish -

attainment.goals, ways and means to direct that potential to its highest possible COINLAUNDERETTE



SOUL SISTER F. S. E. S. REPORT:

There CONTEST will be a "Soul Training Jobs Open Now _
Sisttr" Contest for the
If you have no experience but want to work . .here
most charming young is an opportunity to learn a trade. Each week the Florida 18I Minute wash.Waslier2iJ
lady for the year of 1968.If State Employment Service will list several trainee positions .
you would like to enter open in the Miami area. All you have to do is apply i*
please contact Mrs. for them at the Employment Service office listed below. lb
Dorothy Dean for more (1)) An employer in the extreme NW area needs a Ma-
I Information. Phone: 635-. terial Handler. You must have some knowledge of metal
8085. stock. You must also be in good physical condition and
have your own transportation. The salary starts at $2.45an 2 y lb Washer
hour for a five day, forty hour week.
(2)) A firm in Hialeah needs a general plant helper.
Experience Is not necessary but you must be willing to
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work at odd jobs as directed.The salary will start at $1.75an
JOHN V. hour. The hours are 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Monday
through Friday.
(3)) A NW area employer needs a Machinery Repairman
FERGUSONJUDGE trainee. Experience is not necessary but you must be me-
chanically Inclined. The salary will start at$2.00 an hour, 5014 N.W.
forty hour week. 7th AvenueFree
Apply for these Jobs at the Industrial office, Florida
JUVENILE State Employment Service, 1350 NW 12th Avenue, Room

COURT 280.Monday Employment through Friday.Service offices are open at 8 a.m. sharp, Parking In ReaJ





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MIAMI TIMES. Friday. October .1968 3


I lock of Faith In Black Capability ..Final Legal Assault. on Discrimination' I


NEW YORK.-A three-day Conference calls together fifty General Counsel NAACP;
Road Block To Ghetto EconomicsIn Legal Conference commem- of the country's foremost legal Lloyd N.Cutler,Executive
orating the Centennial An- scholars and practicing attorneys rector, President's Commis-
niversary of the Fourteenth to present papers and offer sion on the Causes and Pre-
men then we must all act like
a major speech prepared separate and unequal societiesand Amendment, will be held No- commentaries on the legal vention of Violence; Professor -
for delivery before hisSeattle that black people In a con- men, not Juvenile delinquents); vember 20.22 at the Warwick and legislative strategies for Louis Jaffe of Harvard
chapter, Berkeley G. Burrell, cept of selfdeterminationmust (2)) being responsible for run- Hotel in New York City, it was the end of racial discrimination Law School; ProfessorcharlesBlack
president of the National Busi- make the best of a bad ning his own affairs; (3))shar- announced today by Robert L. in housing, employment, of Yale Law School; C.
ness League, charged that the situation. He said that when ing equitably in the financial, Carter, General Counsel for education, federal aid and Clyde Ferguson, Dean How-
National Administration is America is ready to pursue commercial and Industrial es- the National Association for state action. ard University Law School;
without commitment to aid higher goals of social behavior tablishment of this nation; ((4) the Advancement of Colored Judge JSkellyWrlght, Burke Marshall and Louis F.
work to
black leadership in the eco- that responsible black economic overcome the People (NAACP). Court of Appeals, District of Oberdorfer, former U. S. As-
nomic development of the people would still be around, Imbalance of the The goal of the Conferenceis sistant Attorney Generals
Columbia Circuit, will be the ;
ghetto. He called upon presi- but In the meantime they must ghetto; (5) acquire control to establish for the NAACPa Charles Waugh president of
at the ,
principal speaker
over ghetto land ((6) develop
dential candidates of both move for black equality with or ; practical five-to-ten year the National Bar Association
major parties to declare their without racial integration. capital; and, ((7)) develop com- program for the final legal assault reception Thursday and November dinner 21.meeting Franklin H. Williams, formerU. ;
petitive skills.In ,
commitment to this cause. on racial discriminationin SAmbassadortotheUnlted
Howard Samuels, administrator Mr. Burrell outlined seven closing, Mr. Burrell cal- America. Among the participants who Nations Derrick Bell, Direc-
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of Sba, who is doing a great steps that he considered necessary led upon local white busi- The six sessions of the Con- will address the Conference, tor of the Western Center on
cannot be to be for black equality. nesses. Such assistance will ference will focus tech- deliver
Job, expected on new act as moderators, or Law and Poverty Richard B.
the sole source with his These steps are:((1))Asserting be of great value In the black niques to eradicate segrega- commentaries, will be: Roy Sobol of the Lawyers'; Consti-
agency's limited resources.In black manhood;(which carries ghetto development effort. tion and discrimination in Wilkins, Executive Director, tutional Defense Committee in
a ringing speech, Mr. with it the demonstration of Howard Samuels of Sba is in American life To this end,the NAACP; Robert L. Carter, New Orleans.
Burrell said that with the help black responsibility. U the forefront of this crusade, a
I America is to respect us as he concluded.
of Federal s
t mortgage money,


,, whites leaving"riches the are of dilapidated suburbia fleeing ,to inner-" and the I Early Registrationof \_ t :

cities toblacks.Hesald"Iam '

angered and frustrated that Firearms Set ?j :
even in the black demographic :
trap, the black urban "Kraal' The Miami Police Depart- Any gun collector with ten r,
called 'ghetto,' in which live, the new compulsory firearms or more firearms will be allowed -
I have neither the means nor registration law, effec- to have his firearms
the authority develop tive Jan. 2, 1969. In essence, registered at his residence.He .
economically: and no one will this ordinance states that it Is may pick up the necessary
believe that I could,even if our now required of all City of Mi- registration forms from any
sixty-eight year old organization ami residents to register their fire station and when the formsare \
were given the wherewithal firearms beginning Novem- completed call the Miami {; .
!" ((1) The development ber 4, 1968. Police Identification Unit, 7fA:; (;! '.1. .s.J. ::-=
administrationis For the convenience of the telephone 377-7371, for an appointment ,. J ."tOwJ. \-
providing limited technical public, It will be possible to to have an identification .
assistance funds strengthen register firearms, without officer come by the
black business practices but cost, at any of.the followingfire residence to verify the infor- A
with only a token commitmentfrom stations, In'the City of Miami mation and pick up the forms.It .-......
the administration. from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. is essential that all revolvers -
Mr. Burrell said that Monday through Saturday: be In complete sight
America the world's show with cylinders open and that all b---
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rifles and automatic i
shotguns
case economic develop-
Avenue and 14th St.; 1000 W. n e
ment, had failed to solve the Flagler St.; S. Miami Ave. & weapons be removed of clipsor .. ----
and that the
magazines
economic development prob- 10th St. NW 7th Ave. & 17th
lem of its largest minority. St.; NW;7th Ave. & 36th St.; breech be left open while at any AWARD PRESENTATION State Sen. Robert M-Haverf I eld second

said that "despite lip service 2901 SW 22nd Ave.; 2917 Oak fire station.In from left, was named "Outstanding Man of Dade County" and Miami I I City
about total integration,the fact Ave., Coconut Grove. the event of a fire alarm, Commissioner Athalie Range was selected as "Outstanding Woman of Dade
during the process of the reg-
remains that past, present, County by the Voters and Taxpayers League of Dade County and Miami.Making .
and future efforts to attain this Also 7561 NE 1st Ave.;4101 istration, it will be necessaryto
goal have not been,and are not NW 7th St.; 5920 W. FlaglerSt. continue at.another. time., the presentations were Sidney Ansin, left, of WCKT-Channel 7, and ,.
promising for this century." .; 1455 NW 46th St.;4850NE2nd Residents may call the Mi.J Ted Cohen, right, of the Miami Fashion Council. t.
Mr. Burrell said that In racist Ave.; 141 NW 27th Ave.; ami Police Identification,
America there are two 1300 SW 12th Ave.; 2301 NW 377-7371.lttheyhaveanyneed
23rd St. for further information.
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To Be Equal V

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Office: 6530NW 15th Av.., Miami, Fla. 33147-Phone: 691.0421H. by Whitney M. Young Jr.Executive By Booker T. Hayes
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Director
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor What I
Happened To The
STANLEY I. SWEETING, Theatrical Editor Near?.

National Advertising Representafive Law and OrderEveryone As a result of observation, I have come up with some v -in.

Amalgamated Publishers, Inc. teresting findings seemingly overlooked by most of the
310 Madison Avenue. New York, N. Y. 10017 talks about law and order, especially politicians, members of the news media. In fact more
do affluent through them
Member of the National by the term. Nor I
Newspaper Publishers Association but defines exactly what they mean
nobody
2400 S. Michigan find that practices they attribute to custom, have no factual:
Avenue Chicago, III. 60616 candidates tell how they will achieve law and order.It .
reason for being acceptable by those who are demanding

ONE YEAR 55.00 SUBSCRIPTION- SIX MONTHS RATES$3.00 shouldn't be hard for them to come up with a program that change. Throughout the struggle for the equality of the blacks
FOREIGN $6.00
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will bring about their coveted law and order and rescue the within our society, their efforts have been often stymied by

Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post t phrase from the people who use to convey a racist message. the fact that certain practices were a matter of custom. The
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 The first step in bringing about law and order is to enforcethe argument is that customs are deep-rooted and resist change.

"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"The laws. Webster defines custom as the common usage or practice

the world NEGRO from racial PRESS and national believes that America when can best lead Open housing Is the law of the land.Congress passed a mild carrying the authority of long standing,and public acceptance!
antagonism It accords
to every man regardless of his race, creed or color his human fair housing bill this year, and the Supreme Court upheldan When we study this meaning we understand that those people
and legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no man-the Negro 1866 law that is still on the books.But housing is still segre- who would cling to a principle or practice because it Is the
Press strives to help every man in the firm belief that all men gated, and Negroes can't move into many white neighborhoods custom are against all forms of change.They refuse to accept
are hurt as long as Is held back.Let's .
anyone
because of the discrimination of landlords and real estate the responsibility of establishing new customs and practices

agents. This is Illegal, but the law isn't being enforced. because they fear their own decisions.
"Get It Together"And School segregation is thriving too.Although It has been illegal I have been black all my life and the custom, according to

since 1954, there are more black children going to segre- American practice has been to call us Negroes.This is nothingnew

gated schools now than there were fifteen years ago. Attemptsby because it represents the only race I have known since
"Do Our Thing"BLACK federal judges and the U. S. Commissioner of Education to birth. If ever there was a custom, believe the habit of calling

enforce the law and desegregate schools have met opposition Black Americans Negroes really does qualify as such. Every
REVOLUTION -YES! BLACK from both North and South. reference to a black man in our daily newspapers made the

lawand order issue distinction on the basis of Negro or colored. It was a
POWER -YES! BLACK CRIME NO! Some candidates who are strong on the practiced
have even said that they wouldn't enforce the desegregationnow custom of newspapers to refer to the blacks as Negroes. Since
There seems to be some few people who tend to believe that decreed by Congress and the Courts. How Is that attitude customs are so deep-rooted, and resist change so readily. I
"Black Revolution," "Black Power," and "Black Crime"all supposed to uphold law and order? often wonder how Negroes have been removed from the American -
mean the same thing. For the purpose of clarification, let me scene overnight and replaced by Blacks. No more do we
define the differences as seen by this paper. Discrimination in employment is illegal too. The Equal find the word Negro as thedescriptivenoun signifying black in
The Black Revolution is a national movement of Employment Opportunity Commission, which is the federal
by people our daily papers. The reference now is the Blacks or Black
color (Black Folks) designed to "get it together." agency supposed to investigate job discrimination complaints, Americans.

A revolution Is designed to change an existing structure. has a 15-month backlog of cases because Congress never gaveit This change in custom of the part of the nation's newspaperand
The Black Revolution is designed to remove the "hang-up" the money to hire enough staff.
news media gives us an insight as to Just how deep rooted
caused by conditions under which Black folks have worked, I know of no defense contract that's been cut off from em- most of our customs really are. It shows that customs, though

learned, livedand worshipped.It is designed not only to createa ployers who discriminate, nor do I know of any way that the previously acceptable, are subject to change. Once the changeis

knowledge that "Black is beautiful," but that it relates to a law has been strictly enforced. made, and the new practice proves to be an acceptable one,

people that are knowledgeable, intelligent,responsive, rationaland Labor unions aren't supposed to discriminate either, but this becomes the newly accepted custom. So it has been with
are capable of doing as well as If not better than others.
only a handful of black workers are in apprenticeship programs one news media. They have recognized the new appraisal black
It has been no exception that Black folk have excelled in in the important construction trades. But no union has Americans have made of themselves and accepted the new

sports, music, and now the theater and movies. These have ever lost its federal apprenticeship certification authority identification they have created.
been the only areas that have been open. When other areas cause of this discrimination. Those people who think the new image is only projected In
the Willie Mays' and Althea Gipsons will come forward. the name in for
open, Efforts at conciliation have produced some good results at are an awakening. They will find that once anindividual's
Black power is simply the vehicle by which Black people of himself has
image changed, his actions are
would be
breaking down employer and union barriers but they
,
will "do their thing." In other words the Black revolution
once unpredictable because there is no basis for compaction. Tbe
more effective if they knew that the law would be strictly en-
has removed the "hang-up"! from Black folk the exer-
used
psychology previously will no longer get the desired
forced. All it takes is a test case or two; making an example re-
cise of Black know-how through voting,lobbying,business development of of the sults. New methods and ideas will be needed to satisfy greater
one
more persistent culprits.
etc. will follow. Simply Black consist of
power desires and ambitionsThosemdividuals-whoconlnually resist
Black people working together to make their contribution not Calls for law and order and attacks on the Supreme Courtseem change, and cling to customs of an era rapidly fading will represent
only to themselves and their community, but totheir country. to go hand In hand. I don't see how we can achieve law other casuallties created by society. The ability of an

Black crime has"no part in the movement. One of course, and order without encouraging respect for the highest court in individual to recognize the inevitable and make adjustments
recognizes that in any social reform, there are those who will the land. Two of the decisions that upset people most resulted offer a greater assessment of a person's education.It devotes

take advantage'of the confusion and exploit for their own purpose in guaranteeing that all accused people have lawyers and a an open mind, capable of continued learning which is a must
Apparently, Miami in particular Dade County in gen- right to trial by jury.That's the cornerstone of any democraticountry's c to meet the challenges of a changing society.
eral are now going through that phase. attempt to establish law and order.

Crime, like sports and music, has been one of the few op- Improving police forces is also important to establish law
tions that Black young adults of the community have had. Black and order. Recent police riots don't encourage respect for

people will excell in any occupation in which they are allowedto lawmen, and the unhampered spread of crime in the ghetto LETSTALK

enter. Crime has not proved to be an exception.This means that ghetto areas aren't getting the police protectionthe
editorial calls upon the Black community to recognizethat richer sections of town get. -L-404''
now is the time to "get it together" (Black revolution)
and What all this really adds up to is that law and order can't
"do Black
our thing" ( Power) to curb and subsequentlycause POLL
a decrease in the rising crime wave. be achieved without justice, and to pretend that it can is to encourage .IC
lawlessness
and disorder.
Black organizations need to concern themselves with the :BY NORMAN E. JONES)
plight of our young adults. Create other options through Black The people who are loudest in shouting for law and orderdon't
power exerted on the various policy making bodies.Invite the seem to mind that federal laws against discrimination NEGRO TEACHERS PERMEATED FEAR
"young turks" to your meeting and let them"tell it like it is," are not enforced, that the nation's highest court is slandered
Then cast your influence on those affecting programs for your or that the black ghetto gets inferior police protection. This, in An aura of fear\ permeates the mentality of Negro teachers
Florida
community. "Get it together" and "do our thing." Indicates they don't care about law, order, or justice exceptas detrimental(>> themselves, detrimental to the students -
If you do not want to live under marshall law with local en- it applies to them.PHIL detrimental to the community, detrimental to the survival

forcement agencies,National Guard troops and tanks patrollingyour of the Democratic system and to the free enterprise

neighborhoods, spraying tear gas again, we must"Get It competitive svstem of Amorf/
Together" and "Do Our Thing." The "smell of fear"1DNgr schools is so pronounced as to

OSSOFER be reminiscent of the infamous Dachau and other Nazi concen-

- tration camps. This fear has always been present more or
rye been hearing alotaboutthe tual values, (being "reborn"as less, but the throw
Mayor Chuck Hall Vote pressure was not great and they managed to
Urges
! use"four-letter words' it is said,) I cast them out. off this fear in other channels, particularly with the satisfac-

by certain elements of our society I found that what Christ said tion of knowing that though their' lot be hard, at least they would

-For- fnncnlirlntinn- .-' - - . . and of the appearanceof was true; that it wasn't what have a smidgeon of job security, based on the logic, "as long
such words in our modern went into your mouth that as there were colored children there would be colored
The following letter from turn will lead to more harmony literature. Just few -
days harmed it schools
ago, you; was what came and as long as there were colored schools there wouldbe
Metro Mayor Chuck Hall urges within the general community. in the home of friend, I pick- out of it. I realized that the a demand for colored teachers."
Dade County residents to support Citizens have much more ed a book
up containing some words
This
wrong coming out of
simple logic is no longer a tenable refuge for the Ne-
the consolidation move- to gain through unification of of these
words, and out of curiosity one's mouth could condemnone gro teacher this
was all argumentsas
wiped the historic
by
r ment: police than through the arrangement read a few pages. I in two away
ways through the presented to the coun-
chief
supreme court by the then legal
I which presently didn't look through the entire use of foul language and by revealing sel of the NAACP court
Dear Fellow Citizens of Dade exists and this is why I urge book, so it could have been (in the case of gossip justice, himself.His Thurgood Marshall, now a supreme

County: you to vote for unification of coincidence that I hit on the and backbiting), the speaker's basic
As your Mayor of Metro police and fire forces on the only part containing such lang- shortcomings. In other words backed by strategy was to prove beyond reasonable doubt"all,
substantial
politan Dade County let me express November 5th Election Day. uage. On the other hand, the when speaking of others Negro schools and overwhelming evidence that,
one
why I believe all citizens Remember, a vote for uni- book may have been filled withit. reveals much more about himself schools, were inferior, that the students of all Negro
should vote for consolidationof fication is a vote against destruction than about the inferior past, present and future were- are and would alwaysbe
person of that
Negro
our police and fire forces. and crime. Perusing these few years, I! whom he Is speaking. Thus in teachers were inferior.
It will mean a single policy discovered that the languageused one fell swoop Thurgood Marshall and the NAACPset
force with very high training Sincerely yours, was common for the typeof If we desire to use "four- mous in the record of the highest court in the land by a unani-

standards run by the Dade Chuck Hall, Mayor character portrayed uneducated letter words," let us use those decision, irrefutably and legally branding and classifying
; the
the beloved Christ spoke near total of the Negro leadership structure as irrevocablyand
County Public Safety Depart- persons lacking a :
I ment, which in turn insuresfor good vocabulary. And while it "love" one another; "pray"for permanently consigned to an "inferior status."

you and all the residents was an honest portrayal, I your enemies ; be as a"good" justice ironically this also branded the learned, now supreme court
1 of the county the best protec- wonder why such language in tree that bringethfourth "inferior" as he is a total product of Negro schools,
tion for your loved ones and Give to books has become acceptable, goodly fruits. Negro colleges and Negro teachers, and certainly by the most

for your property. especially to mature people.In We are created in the image body's discriminating inferior.evaluation' Justice hurgood Marshall in no-

Further, it means a highly less mature days, oh, so of God, and our hearts are the defense
effective community relations your long ago, I sued such words repositories ot His Word. noS6 to in the school desegregation suit merely had to
Chief
program; sound community- in certain circles in order to Let's keep them clear of the SoVii theillogicality Counsel Thurgood Marshall as an example of

police relations permits United Fund be one of the "crowd,' but as filthy words, and continually Thurgood of his own argument.
better communications bet I grew in knowledge and brighten them with the polishof chief MarShall, himself Protege of Dr. W. E. DuBois

t tween all races, and this in especially when I found spiri- good words and thoughts. own "creator architect"of the NAACP, destroyed thE! philosophy of his

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BILL McBRIDE School Facility In Dade County

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local, state and national health standards. Is this the description ; ,: ., ...
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principal black student body, except for one white student I j'Y' ,..
integrated faculty)located in the heart of the Liberty City black .t.II '<''' V.< '
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ghetto at 7100 Northwest 17th Avenue.

Unbelievable, but IT s true. By county and state Minimum ,/: 1, i/i/ : ; :

Foundation Program standards, facilities at the 31-year-old ,( : /. ,
school have, for years, consistently ranked below the minimum
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educating boys girls
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appraised of this disgraceful situation, refuses to take cor- p. -4jr .

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addition to the deficiences indicated by the photographs -4 !

on this page,the open-structure,unlighted at night on the north A& \
side and unobservable from the streets is an open invitationto

break-ins, abuse and vandalism by any and all ages -- from rri ni r0 iirr0 ; ,j\
kids playing on the field after school to winoes from 18th Ave- r t M
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As is clearly Indicated in this photo, the Dorsey Junior High The seven youngsters shown here were exposed to the pos-

**"* of being electrocuted since it was to start
necessary
School site is not well drained; and after every rain a small
in the water in order to press the button of the pedestrian
lake is created in front of the main it
building -- making
P. signal light to cross the street safely.This is a highly danger-
necessary for the pupils to wade through ankle deep water in situation
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700 pupils to a prison like corridor less than 9 feet wide.

I The corridor is more than 300 feet long and only has entrancesand
exits at either end. (State law requires one exit for every v ;
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This outmoded lathe, along with several other pieces of The girls toilets are exposed to the hallways with no doors The auditorium is notair-conditionedandiswithout windows ,

ancient machinery in the Industrial Arts Shop, has been Inoperative for privacy from persons passing by. which makes proper ventilation virtually impossible.

for more than ten years because badly needed parts .
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The chorus room is in the center of the building next to the :
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library with open windows allowing the singing voices to dis-

rupt a major portion of the learning process in the rest of the tea' Ikc
building.In : "

spite cf the fact that the physical education area for teaching '?

classes is smaller than a regulation baseball park, Dorsey _

students brought great honor to Dade Schoolsby.V1nnlDgthe t qf

rating of number one in the nation in physical fitness for the ., [

school year 196768. 4 it
In spite of a recommended capacity of 954 students, the . f..
school has a present enrollment of 1350. and another 100 : t

pupils are expected in January when a nearby public housing f' !

project is expected to be completed and fully occupied. t
These are but a few of what must be a nightmarish construc-

tion deficiency for teaching and learning. .. L ,
It is a miracle that black children can learn at all. r lII' fl'JlNli1 -HI t
It is expecting too much of our children to learn and grow The boys physical education dressing room has only one '
with less than those who have been free and had the best'all commode (no door), three urinals, and three face bowls for This one way up, same way down stairway which is in direct
small
law leads to
violation of Florida a one room clinic
their lives. It Is long past time for compensatory effort by use by approximately 160 pupils per period for five periodsper
where sick girls and boys alike must lie on the same bed on a f.
We could not visit the
them more attention than those more fortunate. day. girls side.
giving
first come, first served basis.(The sign reads: 'Girls Clinic,* :
sit the situation at Junior Schoolis
From where I Dorsey High
but since no other provisions were made for boys they must i.
a dirty blot on the educational system and on the black com- also this '* ,
use 'clinic/
munity here in Dade County. It goes without saying that this pattah, and Horace Mann Junior High Schools.The report fur- The facility for counselling and working with youths with
should be abandoned court order recommended that this facility be used as an elementary
building immediately -- by ther
immediate and emotional problems (also at the top of this .
if necessary -- and a new modern structure placed elsewherein school.We .
stairway) is dark dirty and open.
kids the school board continues to sit on these {
the community. The black of this area and all other wonder why
areas deserve a better break. recommendations. Could it be because this is a black school, t'..
From where I sit, it would certainly seem that that now is t
It has been exactly one year since a plant survey of the Dade in a black community, crippling only black children? .
the time for the black business and professional men and some :
County Public Schools was made and reported on by the Florida The situation at Dorsey vividly points out one big difference .
to show little more-Interest in c
of organizations a
State Department of Education in which it was determinedthat between the white and black communities.While the black com- our many
the Dorsey facility was inadequate for use as a Junior munity continues to close its eyes to these awful conditions, what happens to our black children. Dorsey is a good place to' .''

High School. The report recommended that all Dorsey students the white community would have been up at arms a long time start.Does anybody really care? PHOTOS BY JOHNSON I.,' f c

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Chicago's loss is Miami's gain.We welcome to our city Mr. > :
and Mrs. James L. (Jetta) Kelly who are the new residents at ? '
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1030 NW 89th Street. % r rr
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Carlos Aybar (Marie's son) is ill at Laughlin Air Force t
Base. Mrs. Drucilla Sears his grandmother Jetted to his bed-
side. i ij

Helen and Harold (Harry) Newbold are celebrating the birthof ; r .I ." I
their first, a baby girl, Tarsha Yvette. Yvonne and Stanley "
;jBIRTHDAY j\\
Campbell have Joined the grandma-grandpa club. Mr. and Mrs. Vernal Rolle, '.,
The effects of discrimination on children and youth was the : Sr. 1150 NW 51st Terrace announce ;

subject of a week long workshop beginning Sunday at Miami the marriage of their -
Beach under sponsorship of the National Conference of Chris i4r daughter, Roslyn to Willie 1
tians and Jews. Attending the sessions at the Shore Club Hotel Haynes on Saturday Oct. 19. REMEMBERED .
are representatives from all over the nation from youth ser- Roslyn isa 1967 graduate of |
vice groups, civil rights organizations, schools, religious Miami Northwestern and attended Mrs. Ann Coleman, wishes
the t R Miami Dade Junior to thank her many friends who
groups and law enforcement agencies. Emphasis was on 1
recommendations on Civil Disorders.Get 4 College. were kind enough to come to ,
well wishes to Lena Smith who recuperating at home r: k Willie, son of Mr. and Mrs. visit her on her birthday and
after surgery at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Also Dave and Walter Washington, 1845 NW for the beautiful gifts Also the

Mayme Bondu, at home with the bug. Mrs. Myrtle Gibson Tay- 52nd St., graduated from Mi- telegrams, cards and telephone ,I
lor who has been hospitalized for some time, is now a bed patient ami Jackson High and also attended calls. It was surprising
at Fountainhead Nursing and Convalescent Home. 390 Mia m i- Dade Junior that so many remembered : .
i NE 135th St. Friends of Wilena Smith will be happy to know College. He is now serving in without notice of which she is 1 S

She is now at home, at 1470 NW 56th St., after major surgery. the United States Army. grateful.
McKever Smith, fourth grade teacher at Drew Elementaryis
in bed at Christian Memorial;James Woods is still a patientat

Thomas Jackson.Miller returned from Detroit, Michigan after attending eNfaIJt/1fb IcftMlIIU.d ))

the funeral of his oldest brother. f
Mrs. Lula K. Wellons will spend this weekend on the Islandof Mr. and Mrs. Alfred J. Peyton of Washington, D. C., an-
Pink Pearls. nounce the engagement of their daughter, Norma Elaine,
to Robert Earl Sands, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sands of -. -
IT'S A DATE: Sunday, October 27, Ebony Fashion Fair, Miami. Miss Peyton's fiance is a music teacher with the Dis- ', fit '.

Dade County Auditorium, 5 p.m. trict of Columbia public schools. A November 30 wedding Is II UI
Tuesday Area Meeting, Church Women United. Miami
Shores Christian Church, 10150 Northeast Second Avenue. planned in Washington, D. C.

Registration 9:30 a.m. .

To those of you who missed the Fashion Show and Tea spon-

sored by the Episcopal Women of the incarnation, you may /flNeedles
take a second look-see by visiting Patricia's Inc., 5843 NW t & Accessories
e
17th Avenue. Beautiful models and fabulous fashions. Mattie '. Stereo Tapes & Players
Allen is the owner.
Anthony and Wallis Riley are cuddling their second baby <
girl, and grandpa Gregg Hamm is all smiles. < Buy 10 Johnson's T.V. Get 2
Miles Glenn is down from Tuskegee, Alabama visiting his |
mother here.Congratulations. ( Records & RecordsFree
to Col. Claude Clark, acting administrator ,
of Christian Hospital, on his appointment to the City of Miami 6964 NW 15th AVENUE 696.0342 ,pr
Pension and Retirement Board by Commissioner Athalie Color T.V. & Stereo Service
Range. <
Florida A&M Alumni are all set for their annual bus excursion 'j

to Tallahassee and the Tennessee State game Satur- u

day night. North Travel is handling reservations. \ - - .
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Folks keep your phone calls coming in. Children's Home <(
Society appreciate your response to last week's plea for foster () ATTENTION FASHION-MINDED
homes, but many more are needed. Please call 371-2581 ask j) MEN AND WOMEN!
for Mrs. Hughes for further information \
MAKE A DATE TO ATTEND
Adele Hanna Green here from Philadelphia vacationing and '

helping ttah.her father Charles Hanna move in their new home in j jAlla EBONY FASHION fAIR/ tA s sc i l

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The Royal 20's Women's Club will present an Outdoor Tea FASHION FREEDOM '68

with a Continental Theme, Sunday, November 12, from 4 to 6 \
p.m. on the beautiful lawn of Mrs. Roosevelt Denard, 3221 Sunday, October 27, 1968 I II ,
Frow Avenue, Coconut Grove. I
Catherine Wilson's twins, Dorothy and Doretha, 11 and SanI I 5 P.M. I to
Something
dra 7, celebrated with a triple birthday party last Saturday at I
their home on 47th Terrace. I DADE COUNTY AUDITORIUM think about: Our

Mrs. Shirley McDonald returned to the Bahamas after two I Sponsored by Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority I wild Meditation

months visit with her brother and his family the Asquith K. General Admission 5.00 Reserved Seats $7.00 1
McDonalds (Thelma), at their 66th St. home. 1 1I Shirt Dress with an
I Ticket on sale by members of the sorority, Economy I authentic guru collar I
TEA SUCCESS Drug Store, Community Drugs, Hicks' Komb and Kur.
SOCIAL CLUBThe and of
RAINBOW I or by calling-' : 6917870. a regiment

Tropical plants in all their Rainbow Social Civic - -- -- brassy buttons
glorious colors set the scene Club's annual Social ur is
advancing the front.
when the Rlnkydinks welcomed upon us again. This is our 3rd up
guest attending their rost anniversary and we are look- 100% acetate surrah in a

Columbus Day Tea,in the gar- ing forward to seeing all of our psychedelic plethora of
den patio of Rinkydink Flo many friends. The socialhour
Hawkins. will take place at the home of stripes, paisleys and prints.

The colorful dresses of the Mr. and Mrs. Noble Williams, Sizes 515. $16.

feminine guest reflected the 1900 NW 55th St., from 4 to 6 '" ' Q,
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bright colors of the leaves and p.m., Oct. 27. We hare plan-
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the large number of males accompanying ned a wonderful program for BETHLEHEM CHAPTER I
the ladies made you. Our guest speaker is Mrs. ORDER OF EASTERN STAR I

for a pleasant relaxing even- Evelyn Mincey, a counselor at Presents its annual
Ing. Thanks to the guest artist Miami High School. Please rya TEA AND FASHION SHOW
and our f r leD d s the beautiful come. Refreshments will be
Sunday, October 27, 1968
people, for making our benefit served.
project a success.SUNLIGHT Mrs. Jessie Smith,presi- pa a Fashions by Lory's of Edison Center

dent; Mrs. Dorothy Wilder, ..y. Dee Dee Lawrence, Fashion Coordinatorat
SCHOOL secretary, Mrs. Beatrice | .v.2ouisG Bonded Collection Agency

CHATTERAgain Hudnell, reporter. 4150 NW 7th Avenue
4 until 6
we welcome our new p.m.
The Community Sanctu- Donation $1.00
students. Seniors and Juniorsare
both preparing for their ary is looking for children of %lutapUla Sister Florence Philpot, Worthy Matron
prom and graduation to be held all age groups who don't belongto Sis. Carrie/ Curry, Associate Matron
next month. a church or Sunday Schoolto cordially invites the
public
to =* > ><>C ><2y<2yCyC><:
On last Friday, styles were attend our Bible Classes and

shown by Mrs. G. Curry,wigs platform service on Sunday Open fOa4t Tremendous Going Onfc t //'open 9 9hoRrs
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Mr. Everette's styles were afternoon from 2 to 6p.m.our

modeled by Miss Jones and headquarters are located in St. Saturday, October 26 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. ;;
Mrs. Green. We are also expecting Mary's Church Annex upstairsat
35 NE 17th Street Miami
Mr. Bill Simmons of 48th St. and 8th Avenue.We Florida I ILORY'S
also need teachers and missionaries Stylemart Building Suite
New York. There will be more 233 .
next week on this and our an- to help in this work, Featuring students from Louise : EVERYWHERE I!
nual affair. Irene Love is re- which is none denominational.Elder i Riley Finishing FASHION SHOPS .
and Modeling Academy from four
porter and W. A. Everette is Hezekrial Tinker is to six p.m. 6112 NW 7TH AVENUE (EDISON CENTER)
president. founder and moderator.





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Sterling Tucker, whose ghetto be turned over to the free. It is therefore
,\I" militant and constructive new people who live there. This Is to assume that
'.r:, book "Beyond the Burning -- the gist of Tucker's argument. be equalized today
Life and Death In the Ghetto" "If black men were allowed to removal of the bindings
blueprints the New Thrust run their own lives, manage blindfold. In order to
J LINOTYPE philosophy of the National Urban their own businesses, be their the black l man's
League, will be the guest own landlords, they would not Tucker argues that the
THE LITTLE RED BOOK: Nat (King) Cole's closest impersonator speaker at the 10th annual face daily degradation and de- try must be willing to
\ to ever appear before these ever- i Equal Opportunity Day Dinneron humanization. The foundationof Negro preferential
i\! watchful eyes (and we've heard many) is the I November 16 at the Deau- the whole ghetto mentality in the Job market and
t{ suave Bahamian Pat Rolle who is a fixture ville Hotel, Miami Beach. would begin to crumble and the establishment of ghetto Here(1
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:, at Peanuts Taylor's famed Drumbeat night Tucker, a 22 year veteran of transitional months and years nesses. If the price
\\ spot in Nassau,Bahamas.The dapper young j the Urban League movement, would be tolerable enough so ferential treatment is
I ster is almost a replica of the legendary Is taking a year's leave of absence that riots and widespread de- cially or
Cole. He's a tourist attraction at the Drum % from his post as execu- struction would probably be acceptable, the author
beat and his repetoire of songs are mostly 1 tive director of the Washington precluded." According to the that American will have
those of the late singing star.But our effortsin 1I 1 D. C. Urban League to .author of "Beyond the Burn- costs to reckon with
this paragraph are not to sing hallelujahs I head the New Thrust program. ing," any steps short of ghetto someday wish that all
for Rolle. This kid doesn't need them. Our
elimination are doomed be- to do was to pay a tab.
purpose is to let you know that he recently headlined Harry's cause it is the ghetto and Its Tucker's book is
American Show room in the Eden Roc for a week. perpetrators which forcemento with whimsical humor. s

live in a perpetual state of I
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RADIO, MOVIE and TV STAR Arthur Godfrey heard Pat and desperation.[ It is the ghetto
signed him for his show. Merv Griffin heard him and dittoed. tti which breeds violence.
Since coming to the Florida shores Pat has played several WANTED
night clubs including the Plaza's Persian Room where he did ADVOCATES PREFERENTIAL
SRO business. As if all this wasn't enough his first LP "In- TREATMENT MEN AND WOMENTOP t

troducing pat Rolle" recently was releasedbyKapp Records. NOTCH PAY-EXCELLENT OPPOR-
American producers need to watch this boy.He's money in the Tucker contends that to
bank. date[ the equality promised by TUNITY for progressive and ambitious per-
, the Civil Rights Acts has been son. BE YOUR OWN BOSS. EARN UP TO

J I SALT WATER TAFFY: Dr John O. Brown,wife and kiddies withheld from the black man. $500 A MONTH. Attractive and well groomedmen
i embarked out Monday on a European vacation tour . Look Also, it is only right that pre-
..../ to and women are needed to train now fora
1 $ r ferential attention be shown
for big, but sad news to hit the daily and weekly blatts when a
t prominent big-wig male figure headlines the obituary pages the black ghetto dweller. The career in selling. Start work immediatelyfor

I . New Yorkers are Talking About: Sammy Davis Jr dating l... black, man has been participating a new company that offers fringe benefits.
I stunning Chinese actress Francesca Tu in London . Jim in a race with the white AFRAM HOUSE.. For interviews call 379-3581.
Brown to wed Eva STERLING TUCKERMr. man for 300 years in America -
; Bohn-Chin...Diahann Carroll dating Roscoe -
BrQwn . .The Lou Rawls' named her Luana Je . Pearl Tucker- Is he declares. But the black AFRAM HOUSE
a
forthright
has been with his
man running
Bailey's autoblog "The Raw Pearl" . Red Foxx: click at
advocate In his belief that "If
Miss :arms tied, his legs bound, his For Interviews Call 379-3581
f. neckline.Lacey's . Hazel Scott's miniskirt and maxi-plunging democracy Is to survive, the I eyes blindfoldedwhilethe ,
country must be willing to 'white man has been running
move beyond the promise of
THE WEEK'S WASH: The Mack E.(Vivian)Lambs (he's No. equal opportunity to the actual --
45 with the Miami Dolphins) are expecting their first Dollpenin provision of equal results." In I
December . Elry Sands admitted to Jackson Memoriallast his book he declares:"America -
Sunday for minor surgery... Mrs James (Moon) Vickers must decide ultimately to
(she's Carrie) on 3-weeks vacation jaunt to New York City and eliminate its ghettoesand BLANCHE CALLOWAY

Cape Cod, Mass . Dr Roy Boggs in town from New Orleans while planning for tomorrow, (of the famous musical Galloway's)
visiting mother M. Evelyn Boggs-Smith, Dorsey Hotel boss It must make life In the ghetto now Executivo Vice Presidentof
. Rosie Williams getting certology treatments at Jackson worth living today" '
Memorial. . Holmes elementary schoolprof James Reddick Afram House ,.
t a lung-cancer victim ? ? ? Funeral from Mt Zion Baptist Sat- says remember this name:
) urday. NO LONGER A CLEANUPJOB
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r Making Love To Your Old lady While You're Out Making "Eliminating the g he t t 0 is iiMr'i' ) '

Love" a Juke-box smash . Look for booking agent Johnny no longer synonymous with lE
r. Burke to spring a Big One !U 11 I American blacks cleaning up in cleaning up and painting," he
<. Bahamian heir property . Add October Birthdays: Tennie writes. "For all too long the
Isaacs, Delore s Holmes,omasina Lindsey.. Marie Kelly- white establishment has triedto
I Miller Birthday Party-ed her son Joey Deveaux on his 9th whitewash our problems by !
r natal holiday at her home last Saturday. . That was Jestine painting over them,but a patchup ;
; Lowe's estranged hubby Tapper who was "fished" out of an approach Is about as unac- ,
., Opa-locka caual list Saturday. The popular BrowardCountlan ceptable as no approach all. I
and former Miamian was declared "missing" a week. Nothing less Jhan a new national -
state of mind is accep- th 4t,t,4'. I
STUFF AND SUCH: Pittsburgh Pirates base-stealer Maury table. The ghetto dweller I
Wills reported to be opening a night spot "The Stolen Base"in wants an equal chance to makeit
the "Steel City" any day now . Incidently, Wills, a for- an equal chance to be heard.
mer Los Angeles Dodgers star,aptly associates himself with He Is looking for the recog- I
appropriately-named teams. His base thefts ability Justly en- nition of the dignity of every
titles him a 'dodger' and a 'pirate' -- and now a night club man." Sterling Tucker pre- AFRAM .1
owner la the 'stel: city' -- all fitting trDites . We have a sents a detailed and extreme-
male pup that's a "queer" -- name's"Ph3 L1uts" . Vetenn articulate picture of the
movie stir, Lh let :Si-uider :luj: :a D3. utlfil laughter with the current racial tensions and the
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Miami Police Department who's a cop -- name's Michelle proposed policies which our
Aydelotte. nation must now pursue. an exciting new idea.
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SWEETS' TREATS: Florida Memorial College's Board Eliminating the ghetto also
Chairman Rev Edward T. Graham met Democratic vice- means transitional years, he
presidential candidate Senator Edmund Muskie during his writes, years devoted to plan- the first blackorientedmail
Tiger Bay Club foreign policy speech at Djpont Pliza hotel ning and construction while the
. Believe It or Not: Rip Tor i married Geraldine Page (a ghetto remains physically Intact -
I page that's torn?) . Best newspaper photography: The staff and old patterns of seg- :
cameras that click for the MLimi Batch Reporter, a Paul regation persist. During this order company
,, Bruun gazette . Irwin(Fido) Curtis'' at home nursing the period, discrimination could,
virus bug . Dr Stanley Johnson's assistant Tennie Isaacs in large part, be wiped out,
I in new home about 2 months now. were the management of the
It. offering a catalog
,'p 4 CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS; Ft. Lauderdale's Herman's .' .
: pastor Rev J. B.Blacknell mendlig after his initial stroke . PROBLEMS WITH YOUR ;
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Coconut Grove . Atty Calvin Mapp's ailing back could be ? ? ? .
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Sam and his Sweet combo continue to J1
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in mind. We that "Black is Beautiful" but Afram
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geant Louis F. Duty now Lieutenant Louis F.Duty Second 5225 NW 12th Avenue House goes further. Among our many products we are '. '

black "Looie" for the Department . Is that talented teen- Miami, Fla. 33127 making available for the first time, cosmetics in many :
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8: THE MIAMI TIMES; Fridov,,October 25r 1968:
Blues
Stamp To Salute Father of


I Miami Times Get Community Marvin postmaster Watson said General today that W. 1 1 Beale Memphis and Third on the Streets corner where of Y

of the
statue
stamp will be issued i stands a bronze
Service AwardThe a next postage year saluting W. C. musician of legendary feats. .s

i'(f t Handy, the Negro musician and
Miami Times, your The :award was presented to ceremony Tuesday evening. composer who put Memphis on
community newspaper, was Editor Garth C. Reeves by Cited for outstanding reporting the jazz map. RESTAURANT
the only weekly paper to receive and coverage of Com-
Mrs. Marie S. Carl, EOPI
acpmmunity service munity Activities during thepast The stamp will celebrate the Completely equipped for
award this week from the Eco- Execurive Director and Dr. year, The Miami Timeswas sesquicentennial of the city. lease. No investment. I
(nomic Opportunity Program, H. Franklin Williams, EOPI one of 11 recipients. Memphis will stage W.C.
;Inc., of Dade County. Board President, at a special Other cited Include: The Mi- Handy Memorial Music Festi- Next to busy bar.
ami News,The Miami Herald val next June in honor of "the cAiwim
? WLBW-TV, WTVJ-TV,WCKT father of the blues," who diedin Air ConditionedLow
Central Life Insurance Co. 'TV, WIOD Radio, and WKAT 1958. His best known com- RentIIHW
Radio. positions include "Memphis
Individuals honored were Blues," "Beale Street Bluest'
[ To Dedicate New BuildinaThe .
BUI A m long and George and "St. Louis Blues."Amongthe (?)
w Kennedy of The Miami Herald spirituals he wrote is"No.
officers and directorsof E. E. Broughton, chairman of
and Paul H. Wycbe of the Mi- body Knows the Trouble rye
the Central Life Insurance the board Edward D. Davis,
; "
ami News, who is nowservingas Seen. ,
[Company of Florida invite the president; J. G. Harvey, first EOPI Public Affairs Direc rrrTTiI
public to attend the formal vice president; Mrs.Gertrude tor. There is a Handy Park in ,
dedication of the new home office McCollum, secretary vice
building, 1400 N. Boulevard president; Mrs. CallleD. FIRST RUN

Tampa, Fla., October Akery, third vice president; THANKS -- BROTHERS!! DRIVE-IN; THEATRE! ;
31, at 3p.m.Officers Mrs. Fannie B. Stone, secre
of the company are: tary. treasure r.I FOR THE CLEAN

M BREAK
Its Twins For Florence Ballard

Florence Ballard (Mrs. end of the year. INMVSICANA

I Thomas Chapman), popular Thomas Chapman,formerlya
recording artist and former member of Motown Record BAR
(member of the Supremes vocal Corporation President Berry
group, is part of a trio Gordy Jr.'s staff, now advises
500 NW 54th St.
again. The 25-year-old singer Florence In a management
U gave birth to twin daughters at capacity.
Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit,
l 6 Sunday, Oct. 13.
I: The babies were born two '
months prematurely. Michelet
Denise, born first at9:36a.m. '
t(EDST) weighted 4 pounds, 5
[ounces; Nicole Rene, who fol- ,
|lowed five minutes later, '
f weighted in at 3 pounds, 7 ,
*ounces. .
Miss Ballard's second recording < 111FridaySaturdaySunday HW
for the ABC Records

label, "Love Ain't Love,"was ."
:released last week. She expects
tc UJKV Sta *,,* *C WBg5J* rTCSOLL **TJ1l
to resume her personal
appearance shedule before the :: : fa Y BS Aime

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James Brown : MR. WALTERS PRESENTS :

-Ie iC THE GAME IS OVER
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For One-Night tc y ** "THE NAME OF THE GAME IS...SEX!"

Stand PROFESSIONALSREVUE *K NO ONE UNDER 18 ADMITTED UNLESS ACCOMPANIED BY PARENT:-

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If you're planning to catch ... . . . . . . . .. . . .. . .. .
James Brown, "Soul SingerNo. *
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one-night stand only,Tuesday, v-TT *
October 29, at 8 p.m.at Miami : ** Oct.29FOR
Stadium. That will be the night Night Only-Tues.,
Brown will appear with The .
Fabulous Flames and his entire Ak iCtc iCtc TICKET INFORMATION CALL SPOTLIGHT, 446-3533
revue in a show which is "
indicated to be a complete A e iCtc iCiC SPOTLIGHT PRODUCTIONS, Inc. presents

(sell-out. ALSO iCiC
Riding high on the crest of iCiC
his sock record appeal, to iC
I!date, 24 of Brown's singles and : Jo Jo Dames p. :
|one album have sold more than : "BLACK andEVERYBODY'S
tc
I la million copies each. Telling iCtc <
it like it is, and much about (BIG BIG SOLID SOUL) iCtc -
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Brown, the man,the songs that 'J iCtc
passed the million mark include iCIe l .m.-.
"Cold Sweat i /:
"Money ., iCIe
'Won't Change You,""Don't Be iCIe
A Drop Out" and "Say It Loud 2 Bands k w iCIe , i
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Tickets at $4, 5, 6.50, 7.50 F / iCIe
and 8.50 are now onsaleattop 4'It iC
agencies and record shops 2 Shows :
around town. While they last,
,each $4 ticket entitles the buyer Ie iCIe
to an additional$4 ticket for iCIe O .
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I u. New Wail Order firm Geared To Black Americans 1

A new man order firm has way. For years rye searche I all made for whites. selected jo pose-wearing the the past because there was no
sprung Into existence within through cosmetics, tried a 1 "We've different items advertised in other choice. Now we are gp>
the changed all that.
past three months and will
the catalog making Afram
ing to offer a quality productto
soon be mailing out their first e our new mail order catalog,
House
a total Miami product. him made with him in
full color catalogs. The firm, which will go to black people "We feel that black Ameri- mind," said Judge Jones."We
: who live on farms and rural
i
called A11 m House will introduce
ho cans have been forced to buy think the response will be terrific.
products oriented areas as well as those who live
products made for whites In ."
specifically .toward the blackA In the city, will enable black r
m e r I c a!tkTwo well known people to shop from their homi f
Miamians,Blanche Calloway and buy quality products
and Judge Donald Wheeler manufactured just for them,"

Jones, are spearheading the said Blanche. 4
firm. "While I know how to mer-
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chandise and market for the
"We're just tired of buying black woman. I needed help ena
products made for white BLANCHE CALLOWAY and direction In what items

people and trying to adapt themto sunglasses, looked at wigsand :, black men would be interested 4WPRINCESS
us!," said Blanche Callo- purchased gift Items. . In using, so I enlisted the help r ... 1:..<.1...
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'..t".... :,. t., .)a', J"".."....;! "'.".'.N\,.W ,.._:.; :'. ::f N "}\' !<.....m.-r.;' Both Judge Blanche Don Wheeler Jones.whoi "
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Donald Wheeler Jones are on
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'> /. the board of directors of the
new firm and make the decis-

:, ions as to what products will
be selected and shown In the
Afram House catalog.
'" Both names are familiar for

they have helped to shape the ;.( .
local black community,
working hard in both civic and
community affairs
Judge Jones was the first
black man in Miami receive t '

a regular Judgeship. He ob- \ f a_ ......... r .i'64deZr
tained his law degree from .
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Howard University in 1961.As ,
pAN F I one of the original group who .

3 eitJ formed Afram House he says,

Pa "We hope that our productswill -- -'- -- -
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"We will be leaving for a two-week tour of Liberia, West Africa, on Nov. shape fashions for black Present Their
people and provide a new 9th ANNUALMASQUERADE iL
4, say these 20 lovely teenage Chicago "Safari Project"girls, who were e
thrust in black pride and -
finalists selected from nearly 300 inner-city Black girls in a six-month-long of our ethnic appreciation BALL Ld 'fl

program of volunteer work and studies in African Cultural Heritage sponsored beauty." and SHOW

jointly by the Woodlawn I Women's Volunteer Service League, Chicago Corn Blanch Calloway, heard on Produced by
mission on Youth Welfare, and the Chicago Committee on Urban Opportunity.From WMBM has lived in Miami for DALLAS CETTE ROSETTE

left to right, seated are Renetta Davis, Elaine Crosby, Paula Brown, the past 11 years and is a successful HalloweenNightThursday

Carolyn Payne, Cynthia Willis, Bobby Smith, Marva McNeal, Denise Hall, radio executive.All businesswoman. and October 31, 1968

Carolyn Bundy; Standing, from left to right are: Linda King, Renee Prewitt, of the products listed in 9 P.M. Until?

Volera Bates, Anna Varnon, Judy Poole, Shirley Christmas, Maryna Lee, th Afram House catalog will, St tslucid9 feat

LindaGlasper; : .Shirley Manley l and Yvette Ridley. (NPI Photo) carry a money back guarantee. ,'\
Catalogs will be sent free to ADVANCE $2.50 AT DOOR $3.00 /

,Eo M. J.w'j. blak who is interested -
any person tickets on sole at C.tt. Rosette, 6131 NW 7th Av.,
MIAMIDriveIn I NOW SHOWING the Sir John Hotel and Band Box Barber Shop.
HERE COMES Local Miami girls were

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The hanging was the best show in town. Canadian whisky.But .

But they made two mistakes. They hung I II before you go out and buy it, there are two things you really
the wrong man and they didn't finish the job. I A.FRIEDMAN. should know.

I First, Crown Royal costs you more than other whiskies. Second, it
I I Ix tastes better than other whiskies.

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Milton Friedman was nominated
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more than 62,000 of Cade's citi
6 tens as their choice "
Milton Friedman served at Municipal
Judge for the City of Miami
for 11 years-four years as its
senior judge,appointed by(he lata
Mayor Abe Aronovitz and reap-
pointed by the late Mayor Robert Y yrY
I 'L e King High. : .J
Through his leadership, this 1 ;
court was awarded plaques as the ff 1
most outstanding among 9,000
courts in the U.S. and Canada for
rehabilitation of alcoholics, and I
his court was awarded first place k
three years by the American Bar
....... Association as the outstanding in .
A LEONARD FREEMAN PHOOUIIION . the nation.
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ED BEGLEY t ..1 Has sat as judge in over 100,000
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PAT NINGIE aR ?g Nominated of Dada as County.the "outstandingcitizen I

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HappeningBy '".

RY JIMMY I "SCOOP" BETHEL ut
ThE1t. - ,
Garth C. Reeves Jr. -
How much order will we have between the races If the next :
president of the U.S. does not see that the school desegrega. .
On last Friday the underclassmen spent a day of picnickingon tion law is enforced?How much order will we have in our "

beaches, oversleeping or anything to please them,having a Towns" with the same big gap between the very rich and the
day of relaxation while we seniors suffered on a classroom many poor, the unbalanced tax laws, the inadequate police pro. 4
picnic, having the senior placement test for lunch. don't know tection and the very low moral standard in America (ES. '.'
how the kids from all of the schools turned out, but those I pecially among our youth), :,
talked toseemed to complain of indigestion. A great many kids 7. '
agreed that the morning session was a cool breeze. But this j TAKE A LOOKAT LAW AND ORDER. . Everybody is talking :
was only a preview of the storm that came after our lunch ; -.I' about enforcing the law but nobody is talking about obeying
break. This is a message to all of our junior schoolmates to it. The country's lawlessness and petty chiseling (even In the
be handed down, don't hesitate in gaining the knowledge neces- I most respectable circle) and crime is going up,the only reason ?I

sary to prepare for what took us by surprise. You must rely I is that today it pays $4 billion a year for all U.S police, '
on what you learn this year. (about 2 per cent of all taxes collected) this includes court
. . ... .. . . . I cost also. This means we get what we pay for. A system of

The Miami Jackson Generals stormed toa 20-0 victory over arrest in about 25 percent of all serious crimes, convictions
the Mays High Rams at Miami Dade Jr. College Stadium on of about ten percent of the arrested and jail sentences for
Friday night. The rajn came after the victory and poured long about two percent of the convicted. Because of insufficient
enough to cause three accidents that I saw. There probablywere money for better polic pay and inadequate funds for more
several others. In spite of all the rain, the Jackson kids and better courts and jails, this makes America rather easy
all gathered at the school to welcome back the team and band. for criminal adventures.The politicians(especially our presidential -
Saturday afternoon from 3:30 to 5:30 the Northwestern Bulls candidates in their speeches) talk of "law and order"
battled the North Miami Pioneers to a 0-0 tie. Despite the but not how to correct it, nor do they come up with any pro
disappointing score there __ .. ...... .., ,, <''IW ,
were superb performances by "" posals for tax reform to stop the spread of chiseling among
James "Butch" Wanza and Raymond Boswell (a junior), who jieF the rich or to wipe out misery among the poor.
threw a debatable out of bounds touchdown pass with four sec- Sod $titvt ol
onds left in the game. ARTHUR ASHE-USA LIEUTENANT-HEART AND GUTS..
Miami Edison and Miami Central also tied 7-7 Saturday nightat This week soul sister is lovely Yvonne Elizabeth Arthur Ashe has become the first American to win the "men's
the Jr. College stadium. The Miami Central band seems to Smith, daughter of Mr.and Mrs.William Smith YvonneIs single championship at Forest Hills in 13 years,and he insists
get better and better as the season progresses. But they will a junior at Miami Northwestern where she is an active that it is even more important to him to help bring the Davis
meet their match this weekend when they come face to face member of the Student Council. Her hbbies are Cup b a c k from Australia in December. What must be said is
with Jackson. styling hair, having fun and meeting people. Yvonne that this great American Negro did the right thing in deciding

The upset o f the season occurred Saturday night when the would like to be a cosmetologist or an interior decorator to remain in tennis, taking on all players(including even white
Hialeah Thorobreds scored 20 points and held the Killian Cou- House of Photography Photo. South Africans) and playing on the United States Davis cup

gars to 13. A mass of fumbles and interceptions contributed I-.. team. Earlier this year he had considered quitting the team to
heavily to Hialeah's victory, but its' all In the game. -. .. .--. protest against racial discrimination at a time when it seemed
. *- *- *- *- *. *. * * * certain that the United States would meet"white only" South

Congratulations are In orderto Brainy Students To GatherAt African team in the Davis Cup Play. Yet he remained "very
George"Nick" Rock,a seniorat much involved." In the Black man's struggle for racial justice,
Miami Central, who was Miami Lt. Arthur Ashe obviously Intends to make his own enduring
among the five Dade high school High contribution to the advancement of "Black Americans." His
great win on the U.S.team,defeating the top tennis players of
semifinalists In the fifth National Brain
power will abound in Winters is director of the
othe world is a more effective contribution than Arthur Ashe
Achievement Scholarship Lt the auditorium of Miami gram, designed to permit independent
program. Nick who Is vice- could ever have made from the sidelines
Senior High School Tuesday study by bright students
president of Central's student night, October 22. Florida State is the only
ROUND ABOUT TALK AND SOUL MUSIC SURVEY. . Internationally
council would like to attend Some 700 senior honor stu- institution of higher learning
Dartmouth and become an elec- dents of Dade County's 19 high in the state which offers it. known M.C. and well known; former Disc Jacky,
trical engineer. He's the nephew schools -- those who have Presiding will be Mrs. An- King Coleman(Florida's own)made the fact known Sunday night
of at the 125th Street NY Apollo Theatre that he is quitting
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Kemp. achieved a scholastic average dre Blalolenkl immediate ,
,
"show business' to enter the (religion) ministry King Cole-
of
3.5 or better -- have been past president of the
_._.._ sponsoring man known for his dance
and
-- Invited to attend seminar and Florida State (mashpotato) as a top funny-man.
Among the happenings this past weekend was a swinging sur- social hour at 7:30 p.m. Alumni Association University of Dade (Comedian) he was also a Miami disc jocky. Good luck Mr.
prise sweet-sixteen birthday party thrown in honor of 1=on- The 12th graders will hear County. Coleman and "I wish you well" . David Ruffin (bottom-left)
stance Blue, a junior at Miami Northwestern. The I1'tywas Dr. Stephen S. Winters, dean The Alumni Associationalso former lead singer with the "Temptations" (Motown) headlining -

organized by Rosa Watson, pretty Northwestern junior, and of the College of Arts and has invited parents of the the Apollo show, "a smash." He brought the house
was given at her Liberty City pad.Some of the people swaying Sciences at Florida State, de- honor students to attend in down with "Please Return Your Love To Me." . Dee Dee
while the music was playing were Rosa Watson, Yvonne Smith, scribe the university's inno- order to acquaint them with, Warwick (singer with the bedroom look) singing "Iwant to be

Katherne_ _Way, Sandry Bowers_ ,_ Beverly Champion and her vative "honors" program.Dr. the progressive plan. With You" a real refreshment. Picture to see, "If He Hol-
ueau, Jeu l friends and relatives. -- '" stars . Scoop Bethel saying,time and tide waits for no man.
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It's time for the people of Miamitoonce again dig the up to f iiv7. -

date fashions. To hip us to what's going on, the annual Ebony - -
Fashion Fair will swing on Sunday afternoon at 5, at Miami rI'r
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Beach auditorium. Come out and see these exclusive rags dis-
played by the beautiful models. NorthwesternFocus
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Dear Mr. Reeves Junior, -

I have read your article time and time again and each timeI i By BRENDA JACKSON;

do become more more confused. You are regularly speakingof --- -
the new psychedelic movement and the people envolved In it. ; / - -- -

I am BLACK, seventeen years old and I know many of the .. : I.m {/; Plans are being made for Homecoming which Is next week.
.
things that interest Black teens. Many of the teens I talked with III ., A variety of activities are being planned. Our Homecoming opponents -
from time to time never If ever speak of their Interest of the !
: are the Killian at
x t1 \ Cougars, the game will be played
new music mist. It seems as though you are trying to involve r ,. 1 the Junior College stadium on Thursday, November 1.
the Black teens of Greater Miami in something they have no V The Girl Advisors Moral"skits
5 will present a series of "Good
interest In. We have Soul music, if this is not enough we will : \ : t t1I Friday, to help improve the morality of all students.
start another music trend. Stop pushing the white music mist ; Seniors are proudly displaying their 69 class rings. This
and strive for the Black Beat. : i'' year the rings are newly
styled.
"
I am only trying to say that, please don't try to force Black Il\L .i The Concert Chorus is rehearsing for the Installation of
teens into something that does not Interest the majority. RAY CHARLES AND ARETHA FRANKLIN officers that is planned for early'November.

Sincerely yours, SING FOR
COCA-COLA Two
Christopher H. Bates new classes have been added here at Northwestern,
Miami Edison Senior High School ATLANTA, GEORGIA Two of the entertainment they are Horta Cultural and Wrestling.
world's top Rhythmn and Blues "soul"/ vocalists/ The Northwestern Bulls battled the North Miami Pioneers
Dear Chris, bined their com- to a 0-0 tie in
talents for the first time the J-c stadium on afternoon. Hurri-
Saturday
I must be honest and say I don't know what's confusing you.I Queen of Soul/," Aretha Franklin and recently the "Genius"when the cane Gladys postponed the game which was originally scheduled
write a column called'lbe Happening." In this column, Ray Charles, recorded radio commercials for for Thursday night
Pm obligated to inform my readers of the goings- around Tho recording Coca-Cola. -
session was held -
Miami, whatever they maybe. I agree with you that the ma- private studios adjacent/ to his at Mr. Charles'
jority of the black teens do not dig psychedelic music, but some California. Ray Charles and Aretha home m Hollywood, Toy Company Gives $150,000
do. Realizing this I refuse to Ignore the minority. ed Franklin record-
two commercials duet
as a and
The Black man as a minority,has been pushed aside, looked the two singles eachdur-
ing two-day session. The
over and ignored for decades by certain small minded groups.I co-produced by Billy Davis of unprecedented event was Factory To NegroesLOS
don't want to be guilty of this. the McCann-Enckson.lnc., *
I regret being condemned by you because of my efforts, and Charles agency' for The Coca-Cola Company, and Joe Adams, :self-help ANGELES- -A Negro Mattel, Inc., a toy company,
personal manager. A complete orchestral group, given a at a cost of
will regard your letter as constructive criticism. scoring j toy started the factory
arranged by Sid Celler and Rene Hall. factory for a third birthday $150.000, trained Negro em-
A friend always, The commercials for Coke will be used on 40 I Present, plans to have Negro ployes, then gave It to Opera-
top dolls
Garth radio stations across the nation. coming off the assem- lion Bootstrap
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OF COMMERCE BANQUET SATURDAY

' A near capacity crowd Is assured munity-
building program. Chamber Vice President
for the annual banquet Lawrence B. Sheffey, vice William S. Frates, partner in
I't of the Greater Miami Chamber president of Southern Bell the law firm of Frates, Fay, t
of Commerce, Saturday, Oct. Telephone Company, will be Floyd and Pearson, will serveas N I ,
26, at the Playhouse of the Miami recognized for his efforts the master of ceremonies.The ILr
: Springs Villas, It was announced previous year as President of invocation will be pronouncedby
, ; this week.. the Miami-Dade County the Reverend J. E. McKinley -
' Publicist Hank Meyer, Chamber of Commerce, from minister of Rader Mem- ff
'J chairman of the banquet committee which the Greater Miami orial Methodist Church. --
;" Indicated that reser- Chamber of e vol v e d monthsof A social hour Is scheduledfor
} vations were heavy' and the intensive planning and reor 6:30 p.m. and the banquetat r
J event was likely to be a sell- ganization. The award will be 7:30 p.m. Dress will be informal ,
y! out."The made by Chamber Vice Presi- and tickets are avail-
; response," Meyer dent Frank J.Callahan,presi- able through the Chamber at
',: said, "reflects keen Intereston dent of Jenks Metals, Inc. $10.00 per person.
the part of business
a community In the emerg-

:j ging"In new fact organization.," Meyer added" "I Louise Riley Opens New

I sense the birth of a positive,
dynamic and dedicated spirit Modeling AgencyLou
:.' which will excite our businessand
government sectors. It .Itlarr' .
Riley Enterprises - ----- -
will eventually produce an will hold its initial Open House
" 4 electrifying can-do commun- Saturday, Oct. 26 at its new- On hand to open the local Division No. 4 Democratic Headquarters at
{" ity attitide so essential to quarters at 35 NE 17th St. 1608 NW 7th Avenue are (I to r) Art Cashon, Division Chairman; Tina Cook,
achieving the full potential of commencing at 10 a.m.- Secretary, Division No. 4; Billie! Pitts, Co-Chairman, Division No. Thomas

Greater Miami. 6 p.m. it wasannouncedby :and Rose Mobley, Precinct Captains; and Dorothy Vaughn, Precinct Captain.The .
"There Is
In
mind but what no the question contagious my owner An ,integrated Miss Louise effort for Riley.the :j headquarters is working for and distributing literature for all Democratic

enthusiasm and dedication of purpose of educating young andidates in the November 5 general election including Humphrey/Muskie,
our Chamber's leadershipandthe people and preparing them for Collins for Senate, Pepper for Congress and all legislative candidates such
600 members Involved In the business world, which is :as Joe Kershaw.
Important projects has startedto demanding Negroandwhlte
, create a strong new civic youngsters, and particularly NEW TOPiEGE
momentum." Louise Enter-
Negro, Hiloy
Television Star Jackie prises has initiated a suite of A $4X
Gleason will receive the offices for wofessional
r Chamber's first annual "Man modeling, fashion careers and / b rl )SMART THEIR WOMEN HAIR WORRY NOW?ABOUT e EASTERN
t of Action" Award for his contributions selfimprovement.A Not
I to the growth of the former model herself, She also shares her enthusiasm WMne ,ea
I Miami area. The presentation Miss Riley is expanding her with the children at county for'TooU Eastern Airlines invites you to complete an application -*
will be made by Chamber original Finishing and Model- operated Youth Hall which M.almpl... for future fob openings here in Miami. It
President, Alvah H.Chapman, ing agency which was previously houses dependent and delinquent Inn.ntAmw.r is not known, at this time, exactly when these
Jr., vice president and general located at eighty first children. 100% positions will be available. However, we currently -
manager of the MiamiHerald. terrace, Miami. "We have to teach them the HHr Human wish to consider qualified applicants for these
Highlight of the banquet will "Women are girls who grow what, why and how,"says Miss future openings:
be an inspirational talk, up automatically -- ladies are Riley. "Other children in pub 100% Part-Time Ticket
"Celestial City of the Twentieth girls who grow up with a lit- lic schools are only taught H.lfpoi Human Agents
Century," by AttorneyBill tle special effort attached to why. This because their Applicants must possess a high school or '
Colson, chairman of the the proce ss." This is the parents automatically do the of rnrr KfctMEDALO General Equivalency Diploma, be over 21
Chamber's New Miami Action creed of Louise Riley right thing." pair GLAMOUR EYELASHES! years of age, willing to work shifts, and possess .-
Committee. She spends her free time "If you talk about Charm you t lit It en top of your told bruih It In lltttend dbove-averoge poise and appearance. t
Colson will summarize the teaching underprivileged must act the part.. You,can'tJust :.tuck you with'r. *10O ll Mt% Htimcn Pull In tM H.lr top Sompl.t.lynnur.l ,lids,*n primary objects and goals: youngsters in the Economic act like a lady.Goodman-> :cut ilia looking.b* ,tvl Thli.d new yourMlf M.d.lo quickly Top PI.c.nd week and are frequently required to work on
the Chamber and Its 11 Action Opportunity Program and at ners are things young ladies :Mlly know If WIN you mk with. tM to W9 apturs dlMoronc tM*look In your you weekends and holidays. Foreign language
in .pp *r.nc.. Mid to iMt,Its|lust on*of th*
'( Committees encompassed. Neighborhood YMCA's. need to know. beauty tip In th* lttt Gold M4tlB. the "Upward Miami' com_ Book,Now It's youn for writing,
Gold M dil Hair Products,!IK. 7
Dept M-4, Inwood. L.I..N.Y.11696 Computer Operator Trainee ,

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$143,939 Federal Funds To Train --
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Department of La- Florida at a total cost of$150941 ,- proximately 800,000. I! *
bor and the Department of of which $143,939 will be Potential trainees, are
Health, Education and Welfare Federal funds. sought out,tested and counselled -
have announced approval of The MDTA Center at Miami and referred to trainingby .
three Manpower Developmentand will conduct two projects to more than 2,000 local pub- .
,'
Training ActMDTAprojects ( train: 20 cooks for 26 weeks, lic employment offices of the s
to train '80 Jobless in total cost $36,120Federal Federal State Employment

$34,408; 40 combination wel- Security System, which oper-
ders for 25 weeks, total cost ates under the guidance of the ' Job Carps
$69,954, Federal $66,579. Labor Department's Manpower -
A project to be conductedby Administration. The local h.
Mid Florida Technical public employment offices are
e !
School will provide trainingfor responsible forplacing -
tt 20 persons as electrical the trainees in jobs. -'+-
appliance serviceman helperfor MDTA is administered ,.
t 37 weeks, total cost$44- jointly by the Departments of ill. ww
867, Federal$42,952. Labor and Health, Educationand f19tltl 11111 LIUYEtT tUtitl It nw wqIt "
All of the training willbeIn Welfare. It provides funds
h
occupations in which thereis for training facilities, instructors r;
a local need for more skilled and equipment
r workers. through the Departments of L- _

Yj YeA The projects announced Vocational Education lathe :, r
bring the total number;: of various states, and weekly allowances
classroom training opportunities to trainees who
offered since the start of. qualify through the State Em-
Teens To Enroll In Job
the MDTA six years ago to ap- ployment Security Agencies. Urged CorpsJob
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LIiMeet taurant Exposition, October 6.8, at the Miami i Beach Convention Hall, Miami

- ---- Beach. Anyone interested in information on how to enroll in the Job Corps,
,
'Samuel Cohen Jr. who Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE should go to the Miami Opportunity Center, 245 S. E. 1st Street, Miami. Ask

is a corporal in the Army,at- for the Job Corps Specialist-and'start a new career. '
tached to the 1st Battalion, "MR. JACK"
50th Mechanized Infantry. FOR
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THE MIAM'y, October 25, 1968 15

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Reserve Chaplains Hold Counselina Sessions i
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Stanley Card is one of the of the lucky ones.
many young men who have the caliber of man that
Joined the Naval Reserve In val Reserve is looking jt
m1I TRANSMISSIONS the past few months. These
ambitious young men have What the Naval
seen the value In learning in young Card was '
more about their future assignments eagerness and
First we inspect your transmission. and their relationsto They saw, that in spite of

u > their fellow sailors by receiving hour working day at
counseling from their American Sprinkler
Then we tell you what the trouble is, Chaplain, Captain J. Wayte S tan 1 e y attends Rets

if there is trouble. Fulton, USNR, alsoareser- tronic School at night.
vist. dition, Stanley attends his

III J .iii 'H TnmMniiiM ii iinin oiiira i AWUUUMUHMt& serve drill every week

Then we tell you how much it'll cost Captain all the reservists Fulton is at chaplainto the Naval takes cation full it has advantage to offer.of the

to fix before we fix it. Reserve Training Center,
Miami in addition to his
regular Stanley's brother,
u J 1 duties as pastor of Shen- Just returned from

andoah Presbyterian Churchon where he served In the
Then we fix it.
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Southwest Eighth Street in -'Q ; :
Stanley hopes to follow
II yr$! r lJ this city. Every aspect of a brother's footsteps. He Navy'I tel sonal endorsement to Navy
Navy man's religious moral leave for active duty in the Sabbath. The role of the
Then we guarantee it and Navy
ethical life is covered in tember 1969 with the Chaplain Is filled In
his many ways
counseling sessions.
from coast to coast. from the battlefield to the
A young man of 18,
r J I Never forced to attend, came to Miami from min- training center and recognizing
many like Stanley have seen and this, these religious
Fla. where he
Then we send you home, happy. the value in this counseling and Carter, Parramore graduated leaders take time to remind
have volunteered to receive it. their people of the much needed -
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Stanley has learned what pre- cruiter said of Stanley, of role of the Navy Chaplain.

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I New Book Explores Shocking Plight Of The Black Athlete I I

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Sports apparently gave Willie Cager the
escape from the futility of a New York opportunity to That's where most of the cats in my home town wind up." and corner back In football. A majority of the Negroes in
aptly named Negro youth's basketball ghetto The tall Shanklin reports good relationships between black and major league baseball perform in the outfield.
to talents won him an white griddlers on the football field, "but if you run intoa The result is a squad with numerical balance between
athletic scholarship the
University of Texas at El Paso white player downtown with his date, he doesn't know black and white members. "There are quotas on every
where he knew the thrill of playing on a national
championship you." National Football League team and there always have
and the honor
quintet of
serving as team captain. The social line is drawn even more sharply when the been," charges Bobby Mitchell, star pass catcher of the
Yet the question remains did
,
sports
give Willie Cager Negro crosses racial barriers and dates a white girl. Washington Redskins of the NFL.
a shake?His answer can be found
square in
this statement: Junior Coffey, now the star fullback of the Atlanta Fal- Some signs of progress are noted in"The Black Athlete:
"I come from the toughest, blackest, poorest part of the cons, is one who fell afoul of the unwritten law against interracial A Shameful Story. Mike Garrett, the top ballcarrier for
won't be "
Bronx. I unhappy to back.
go dating, according to "The Black Athlete: A the Kansas City Chiefs of the American Football League,
Willie Cager is typical of the
scores of dissatisfied Shameful Story." found great significance in an invitation extended to him
black athletes who spell out the
disillusioning truths con- Coffey told Olsen that he had dated a white girl while a during his undergraduate days to join a University of
cerning the treatment of the Negro in both college and student at the University of Washington. Though ranked Southern California fraternity which previously had an all
professional sports in "The Black Athlete: A Shameful third in the nation in rushing at the time, he never started white, all Jewish membership.And .
Story," published this month by Time-Life Books. another game for the Huskies. Another Washington Garrett notes that USC football coach John McKay,
Based largely on a five part series by Jack Olsen which player, Claude Robert, drew harsher treatment when he who is deeply respected by his Negro players,"was trick-
ran recently In Sports Illustrated, "The Black Athelte: A met a member of the school's athletic staff while in a en" when asked why segregated room assignments were
Shameful Story," is expected to help the american public nightclub with a white girl. made when the team traveled.

understand the troubled mood of the black community,the When Robert reported for practice the following Mon- "He told us he honestly had thought it was the way we
manifestations of which have Included a threatened boy day he found a note in his locker reading "you are no wanted it," Garrett recounts.By the time I was a junior
cott of this month's Olympic Games by the nation's most longer a member of this squad.Turn in your equipment." McKay had changed things. Negro and white players were
talented Negro amateur athletes. Perhaps the stiffest punishment was accorded Phil rooming together on trips."
The new Time-Life book tells how hundreds thousands Harris, the 6'10. center of the UTEP basketball team, As evidence that schools are beginning to awaken to
of black Americans have looked to sports as a bridge out who was expelled from college shortly after announcinghis their responsibilities to their black athletes, the book offers -
of the ghetto, only to find that there are vast differences engagement to a green-eyed Caucasian beauty.School the comments of John Novotney,athletic counselor at
between a scholarship and an education, between a team- officials deny any connection between the events, but the University of Kansas:
mate and a friend. Harris reports that he was warned that he would be askedto "If we're going to recruit deprived Negroes and exploit
"Black collegiate athletes say they are dehumanized, leave the school if he didn't stop seeing the girl. them in sports, then we've got to give them the special
exploited and discarded," the book reports. "Black pro- The new Time-Life book points out that certain posi- educational treatment they require.If we don't want to give
fessional athletes say they are underpaid, shunted into tions in sports are all but closed to the Negro. "What they them special attention, we'd better stop recruiting them..
certain stereotyped positions and treated like subhuman do is take the skilled Negroes and stack them at a posi- "The Black Athelete: A Shameful Story," by Jack Olsen -
by Paleolithic coaches who regard them as watermelon tion," charges Shanklin. This accusation is supported by published by Time-Life Books, is available at book
eating idiots." statistics which show whites holding down virtually all of and department stores at $4.95.

Through first person reports by both college and professional the assignments at quarterback, center, guard and line-
athletes the book spotlights such social Injustices backer in the pro football ranks and Just 13 Negroes listed
as: among the 207 men pitching in baseball's two major lea-
the recruiting of gifted Negro athletes lacking aca- gues.
demic qualifications by colleges which have no intention of By contrast, blacks dominate at running back, flanker I. NoChargelf: We. I
helping them attain a real education and which will cast

them adrift once their athletic eligibility is used up; -
benchings, scholarship revocations and even expul-
sions for Negroes dating white girls; I / mm Home
quota systems which limit the number of Negroes on NAACP Leqal Aide Dismissed
a team and guarantee that certain positions-- those which -
call for brainpower--will fall to white players by default; By unanimous vote, the National of view and were without genu-
double standards when it comes to salaries and off- Board of Directors of ine meaning for the Negro's
season employment opportunities.The the National Association for stru ggle for racial Justice. RERAIRSs

University of Texas at El Paso comes in for par- the Advancement of Colored The Board considered this, in -
ticularly severe criticism for its failure to fulfill its aca- People has expressed In the effect, an indefensible rejection w w -/
demic and social responsibilities. The book notes that not strongest terms possible" its of m u c h of the Associa- SSIEREO
one of the five Negro starters on the 1966 National Col- repudiation of the article, tion's major effort over the
legiate Athletic Association championship basketball "Nine Men In Black -- Who past 60 years and of the commit -
squad has yet been awarded a degree from UTEP. Think White," published in the men t and sacrifice of MWOAllMakes
"The coaches say: that education is the important thing New York Times Sunday countless individuals to that
and sports'comes 'second," says Cager, "but you soon Magazine for, October 13. effort.
learn better." He notes that the athletes can only retain The article was written by .
their eligibility by switching "to Mickey Mouse courses Lewis M. Steel, an associate
where you don't work too hard."At the end of four years counsel for the NAACP. Mr.
when their eligibility is exhausted, they find themselves Steel has been relieved of his my
lacking the credits in the more difficult basic subjects required position, effective immediately -
for graduation. as part of the same vote dressmaker

Many of the Negro athletes arriving on the college cam- by the Board. 03232AMERICA
pus have never read a book from cover to cover and are The article, an attack on the 6026 NW 7th Avenu
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young mother with two small children.

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comes and takes them to the procedure room.
ALL DRILLS ARE NOT
ALIKE!
One Family Health Worker gets medicine from the pharmacist f
ittotheoldgentlemanwhosits in the rocking chair j ;. i Rugged 2000 RPM fan-cool
and explains to him how to take it. Another Family HealthWorker motor; oil retaining BRONZE
takes a client to the dental mobile trailer. bearings; double-reduction
gears, dynamically balanced armature -
The van drives up with a father, mother and five children, EA t. ; armature wires electric
and an old lady who walks with a cane. ally welded to the commutator
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People walk through the waiting area -the file cabinets are with key.
In constant use the telephones are ringingtypewriters are
clicking this is a busy la e.What really lies behind if? The
story is & very exciting one, more exciting than Batman could
ever hope to be. Allow,me to share it with you.

On the wall of this old building, facing one of the busiest HERCULON, OLEFIN FIBER
thoroughfares In Miami, is a big sign, on which is printed: ,. 'TROPICANA' LAUAN"4x8
Family Health Center, Inc. Does that mean anything to you? It FT dPANELING INDOOR-OUTDOOR

may, or it may not, but let me clue you in on a couple of facts ) H1 C ARPET
you may be familiar with already.In .
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an otherwise vigorous war on poverty it is amazing that stylish random VII
health was an aspect not really considered in its proper per- grooved patterns. cut from
spective until quite recently. In 1965 the government allo- Beautiful Philippine 12-foot widf rolls."PagoPago" .

cated money for the nation's first neighborhood health center, Mahogany.
and since that time about forty-three more centers have sprungup

all over the country.We fLMIMI1iI Y
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the employees of the Family Health Center here in Miami yr Rush Square .

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not? You have undoubtedly bought many things,some of which LT. J1ijIJ a
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but the commodity we, at the Family Health Center are selling reversible re--
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"Riviera Birch" 4x8-FOOT 69 lotion.
You have probably noticed our center is called Family Health PREFINISHED PANELING I
Center, and that is because we feel the family is the unit which RI.M
should receive the health care. What does that mean in prac-
tice? It means that our interest encompasses all the members "Royalcote" PANELS

of the family: father, mother, children, grandparents, aunts, Glacier, Tawny, or Sable 411864 ELI
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Walnut.
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members in your family. We.do this by treating whatever may
be bothering you now,. and by giving you a thorough physical
examination. Then we will try to keepyouwell from that timeon

by teaching you various things about yourself,how to best THE DOOR FOCAl POINT 1
care for yourself and how to stay well by coming to the Family
Health Center at regular intervals. This means that we will

have to change some of your thinking, for most likely you
thought that only when you felt ill should you go to the doctor; Your front door QQDQQP I
not so, we want you to come at regular intervals to the Family ?

Health Center, even when you feel well,and we will try to keep us; jraceiJ t
you this way. Do you see the tremendous advantage to you in

this new concept of health care? your home entrance! g g [J ,A""

Obviously, to carry out such a project you have to have ,/
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money and people. The comes from the Government Ef '
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IN MEMORIAMIn MANKERMILTONJames RICHARDSONMurry

I CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS memory of the late Brantley of 5155 NW Ct., Apt. 16 Green, died of Oct.1741 20.NW Services -3

URS. COLENE HENDERSON 17th Ave., died, Oct. 11. Ser1 will be held Friday at

;who departed this life October vices were held Thursday in .4 p.m. in Greater Bethel A ME

28, 1967. Swainboro, Ga. He is survived I Rev. S. A. Cousin, officiating.

CARD OF THANKSThe I IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAM Memories of you will never by a wife Evelyn; one sister I He is survived by his widow,
j lade from our hearts. May Cleo Holland.
Alberta Lewis
In sad but loving of ; one stepson,
family of the late In memory of our dear beloved our beloved father memory J your( soul rest in peace. Adams; one brother, Rev.R. .

REV. LEON C. SAUNDERS sister and aunt, CHARLIE YARBROUGH, Jethro Patterson of 3169 NW ] H. Green of Wilmington,

would like to thank neighborsand who departed this life Oct.,26, Charles Anthony, Walter, 45th St., died Oct. 12.Serviceswere ]N. C.; one sister,Clara Green
Wayne, Patricia and Darlene, held Sunday in Clio,Ala. .
of Andre
friends for cards,flowers, 1959 and mother, wS. C. ; one step-
I children He is survived byamother
condolences andall kindnesses I daughter-in-law, Mrs.
MRS MIMIE YARBROUGH
Mrs. Adlene Smith, mother Mrs. Emma Jane White, a father 4 Sweetie Adams.
during our hours of October 6 1959. I
Mae Roy, Annie Smith and Jimmie L. Patterson.
sorrow. Our sincere thanks to Asleep in Jesus blessed
Mrs. Evelyn Davis, sisters Randolph Harris Ferguson,
all, especially to the V.A. sleep, from which none ever Clinton, Prentice, Orangie Johnnie Mae Brodie of 10220 312A NW 14th St.,died Oct.21,
Hospital and its staff, the wake to weep, a calm and un- in local Services
Curtis and William Smith, SW 184th St., died Oct. 19.She a hospital.
House of Albert and its staff, disturbed repose unbroken by brothers.IN is survived by a mother Katie will be held Saturday, Oct.26,
Rev. S. L. Gay and his staff of the last of the foes. Graham; a father William D. :at 2:30 p.m. in the chapel. He

ministers and all of St.James Asleep in Jesus Blessed Knowles. Arrangements are is survived by a dear friend,

AME Church, Jollivette Plaza sleep MEMORUAM\ incomplete. Mrs. Willie Mae Purcell;

Senior Center and all of the From which none ever wake to In memory ofELLIOTT three nieces, Mrs. Wilamena

other centers, Liberty Lodge, weep.A Annie Mae Williams of 409 Boyd, Lillian Horton, and

Independent Insurance. a calm and undisturbed repose NW 4th Ave.. Ft. Lauderdale Evelyn Horton.
May God bless all of you. i i Unbroken by the last of foes. died Oct. 18. She is survived

t Only sleeping. Calmly by two nephews T. W. and FRANCIS
Mrs. Leon C.Saunders,wife I sleeping. Joseph W.Williams.Arrange-
_.
three brothers and familyIN ---- -.J Safe from the worlds alarms. ments are incomplete. Bishop Walter Lee Lockettof

MRS. BERTHA K. LEWIS Only sleeping Sweetly 3500 NW 208th St.,died Oct.
who departed this life, October sleeping.Safe 19. He was the founder and

MEMORIAMIn 25, 1965. in their :Saviors arms. RANGE pastor of Revelation Holiness

sad but loving memory of A precjous one from us is goneA Sadly missed by the childrenMr. Freddie Williams of 16510 Church and Bishop of the
voice we love is still, James Revelation Christanity Move-
my dear daughter, A place is Yarbrough, Mr. NW 24th Ave., died Oct. 19,at
-", vacant in the home David Yarbrough, Mr. Dozell Veterans Administration ment. Services will be held
The world can never fill. at 2 at A.M.
Yarbrough, Mrs.Amle Harris, pital. He is survived by his Thursday, p.m.
Sadly missed by, Mrs. Ruby Davis, Mrs. Lillie wife, Emma. Remains were Cohen Temple Church of God

Iq Mrs. Ida K. Sidney, sister Patrick, Mrs. Leola Yar- shipped to Deland, Fla. for in Christ. Remains will be '

_ Gracie Ann, niece. brough, Mrs. Minnie Hall, final rites. shipped to Montezuma,
Mrs. Pear lie Yarbrough, for final rites. Survivors include -

IN MEMORIAMIn Mrs..,Lovella Blackmon._ Martin Simmons of 1360 NW wife Mabel; one son Wal-
ter five brothers Samuel
68th St., died Oct. 19. He is Jr. ,
MEMORIAMIn
loving memory of my dear IN f' ; survived by his wife Mattie Willie, Thomas, Henry andS.
I mother sad, but loving memory of ': :\ three daughters Charlene King; T.; four sisters Mary Lou

MRS. LENA SAWYER our daughter, mother, grand- JOHN PIEZE and Emma and Margaret; one Jackson, Myrtis Morris,Anna
who passed away one year today mother and great grandmother who slipped away from us into grandchild and two sisters Wilson and Elaine.M. .

I: Oct. 29, 1967. eternal rest Oct. 27, 1962. Emma Godfrey and Artice
Die rolling streams of life roll Williams Services were held H. RAHMINGSDonald

on, Sadly missed by Wednesday at the Church of
i I But still the vacant chair The family and friends.YOUNG'S Christ. J. Johnson, of 2150
I Recalls the love,the voice,the II'. NW 60th St., died at Mt. Sinai

smile, ''If: Mrs. Pomalee Freeman of Hospital, Oct. 19. He is sur-
Df the one who once sat there. 1929 NW 3rd Ave., died Oct. vived by his wife Marjorie;

LEOLA CAMBRIDGEwho May her soul rest in peace. FUNERAL 21 at Jackson Hospital.She is one son Donald; a daughter
died October 21, 1965. May light perpetual shine survived by a friend James Marcia Johnson Martin of
HOME
Sleep on beloved, sleep and upon: her. Hingleton; one brother Sidney N. Y.; two sisters Flossie
take your rest McGee; cousins Carrie Har- Gibson and Willie M.Hall;one
We loved you well, but Jesus Mrs. Elizabeth Longly den, Elmira Robinson and aunt Lillian Sands. Services

loved you best daughter and family Cora Solomon; two dear will be held Saturday, Oct. 26

So safe in the arms of Jesus. ,.? friends Mr. and Mrs. Henry at St. PetersAmericanCatholic -

Mrs. Eva A. Bethel,mother THANK YOU Stubbs. Services will be held Church, 10 a.m.

Mrs. Beatrice V. Miles and Saturday, Oct. 26, at 11 a.m.
Mrs. Marie Y. Richardson, The family of the late in the chapel. HOUSE OF ALBERT

sisters ._,.,.... -..,. '-A_..._ .. for
Eustace A. Bethel, James I James Reddick of 2490 NW Services 17yearoldDavid
MRS. LAURA E. MARSHALL of 352 NW 11th
Frazier
William Bethel, brothersand 60th St., died at South Miami
who departed from this life
heldSaturday
4 will be -
St., Apt. ,
grandchildren. Hospital, Oct. 19. He is sur-
October 29 1963.
Oct. 26 in the chapel. He
,
YM'I vived by his wife Ruby; three
Five years have so swiftly died Oct. 17 at Jackson Hos-
11wp sons James, Jr., Robert and
IN MEMORIAM ; sped by and yet it seems only Kenneth two daighters pital from gunshot wounds. He
l yesterday that with a cheery ; is survived by his mother
Winona and Sharon his father
In loving memory of I r smile and a wave of the hand, ; Marie; father Frazier; seven
Reddick brother
King ,Sr.;one
she wandered into another
sisters Altamese Hattie
I King Jr. and three sisters ,
,
A land leaving us to wonder how
at UI x' :{Jlnllu.uu.i. Emmalena Tanell, Berthalene Diane, Sandra, Cheryl,Denise
fair its needs must be since Tami five brothers Emanuel
she lingers there. Sleep on Hewitt (Tapper) William Henry and Annell Franklin. ; and An-
Otis Darryl Dwayne
,
Services will be held
dear mother, we love you but Matthews, II drowned on Oc- Saturday,
I God loves you best. tober 19 in Opa-locka. Born 1 p.m. at Mount Zion Baptist thony.

in Pensacola November Church, Rev. E. T. Graham,
Sadly missed by: Services for Theodore R.
The Henzie Marshall 1913, he was confirmed in the officiating.
ar Williams of 214 NW 14th Pl.,
A r- Dillard and Tyles families. Episcopal Church atavery Dania, were held 1 p.m. Mon-

early age by Father Shirley Fred Reed of 1525 NW 1st day at the Opa-locka chapel.He .

Kf ,- GEORGE WHITFIELD IN MEMORIAMIn life long friend of the family. Pl., Apt. 24, died Oct. 19 at is survived by his wife,

r TINKER sad but loving memory of He graduated from B.T. Jackson Hospital. He is sur- Claudine; three daughters Ella
acknowledge and my dear son wife Jessie one Barneswell three brothers
I gratefully Washington High School of vived by his ; ;
t thank you all sincerely for Pensacola and Florida A&M brother Joe; five sisters Leola Clarence, Edjar Jr., and Earl

J rour kind expressions of sym- University. He was a memberof Williams Lucille Knight, one sister Annie M. Brooks;

I;pathy. 1 Z. Kappa Alpha psi Fraternity.He Sarah Walker, Vincy Reed and three sistersinlaw.PO .
Your cards, letters, and Josephine H e n d e r s o n.Ser

X" _' < .,f t telegrams were quite com is survived by his wife, vices will be held Saturday, >> SMART WOMfN

MABEL KNOWLES JERVE j forting. Your phone calls and Jestine Lowe Matthews, one at 3:30 p.m. at Triumph The Worry AkMtHTlMt'lTOO
jI visits helped greatlyto Church and Kingdom of God in
I personal i son, Hewitt Matthews, El; one SHORT?
who departed this life Oct.28, t: ease the pains of sorrow xa daughter, LaDella Matthews, Christ, Elder Roberts, of-
"tOt /
1962. experienced when one ficiating.Mrs. Nol KrtMn MMtlo 10O% Human M tf TPtoc
j that are Hicks ; a son-in-law Cecil un tv you Rest eternal grant unto her J loses a loved one. Your covered Hicks; one grand son, Cecil Stytoft0.lyW.JI

0 Lord, and may light perpetual I dishes and other sympathetic Hicks, Jr.; a mother and fa- Hattie Royals of 1770 ____.ll

shine upon her. j expressions were ther-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. NW 89th St., died Oct. 20. She lop
jI appreciated. is survived by her husband, offitMn yowl
I greatly Theodore Lowe of Opa-locka; a.dn
Golden and Hiram Knowles, Special thanks and appreciation five sisters-in-law; four bro- Otis; two brothers Charlie and 100%, InIttM NN
brothers I: are extended to the entire thers-in-law. M. C. Smith;three sisters Ada N r .ws N /MIAsoCI.yoN r.

Darville Knowles. son j staff of the Oscar L.Range Patterson, Elouise Ellington, M My/.O '
J Funeral Home, the Floral .,-- Services will be held 11 a.m,, and Llnnie Louis; four grand- .Ou kNtyu
WILLIAMS
JI I Heights Elementary School EDDIE (SONNY to) eternal rest Oct. 26, at Young's Funeral, children. Arrangements are v ,e Mto L/M";: .
who passed on
IN MEMORIAM j family, Father Elisha S. October 24 1967. Home Cahepl, 1732 All Baba incomplete.
jI ,
I Clarke: and members of the Avenue, Opa-locka.
think for-
In loving memory of our be- (I:hurch of The Transfiguration Some may you are Tommy M. Williams of 530

loved mother and grandmother (t our loving neighbor, and gotten earth are no Mrs. Mary Milledge of 490(3 I NW 15th St., Florida City,died
1 the Disabled American Veterans Though on you NW 33rd Ave., died Oct. 19,al t: Oct. 19. He is survived by his

MRS. LENORA BAPTISTE \. along with the Ladies more with Cedars of Lebanon Hospital parents Abe and Octavia; three iw ONLY

who departed this life Oct.22, ,Auxiliary of the Daniel W. But in memory you were are before.us Services were held Wednesdayat brothers Charles, John and .: "/ 3.98
as _ _
As always you
1967. Mullins Chapter 39. Antioch Baptist Church of Samuel; three sisters Queen f MtOAI MAIA 11001.M.. .
We loved you, but God loved Tinker wife Louise Bynes, mother Brownsville with Rev. J. W. Esther and Patricia Williams 1 wa M..t...L.r It M!.IN.,.."DIPM..N.Y, 1{.... --
Verne T. ,
you best. Cynthia Aloma Tinker, John Bynes, stepfather Stephenson, pastor officiating and Sheryl Jones; grandparents 8 JO 0 BUCK Mown 8 O 0:l.BUCK AupWA

She is gone, but not for- daughter Anthony D. Williams, son Hattie Hicks, Mrs.Leola Nor- Willie and Agusta Jones; N.me.---..-.....

gotten. Robert Reed, son Betty Ross, aunt ris; a devoted niece Mrs. Bo- and a grandmother Bonnie Addrxl.-... .....
Annie Mae Muldrow, aunt dise Perkins, Walter Perkins, Williams. Arrangements are Cltll' __ '''._
Olivia Tinker, mother Other members and friendsof incomplete. CJ Ie"d UK"<''t t''*** .'.M_'Mill.
Basil Baptiste, son Bernard Tinker, brothe' the family nephew-in-law. .nd .....ty c.UNw.."..-J..M wlll..
grandchildren and family.

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2d THE MIAMI TIMES Frrdaytc>oW 2Si; T96SJn

GREATER NEWMACEDONIA



Rev. Roscoe Jackson,pastor
WillieJ. Beard; reporterThe F

I I r pastor will preach the
1 t '. e'fl 7 a.m. Men'sDay message on

Sunday at St. Paul AME, Coco-

nut Grove, Rev. T. E, Wright,
pastor He is asking all who r

can and will to accompany him Ai
there. i nFI

On tonight (Friday) the entire
church Is asked to
accompany -
& Iou QI!JI urrk uiyWomen's the pastor to Zion Hope

Baptist Church, 5129 NW 17th

Ave, Rev. Paul Freeman,
pastor. He is asking all choirs,

Day SundayAt all ushers, and as many members
who can and will to be ,
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present.
St. James AME Church On Sunday afternoon, the

,. members of Choir No. 1 and -- -'" -- __ ____::..:....._ .._ .'."iif; ;;::..... ,; i"F r-: ;" V'
.- -" amiss, an outstanding civic, Ushers' Board No. 1 are being

,,,r,. "x I IT religious and fraternal worker asked to accompany Rev. L.J. Left to right: Mrs. Peggy president.Not Mrs. Mary Jenkins, Atty.

"', who at present is a teacher Green to Brown's Chapel M.B. Major; Mrs. Wyona Smith,co- James Matthews, Mrs. Ida.
of Language Arts at the Church, 1323 NW 54th St., to chairman; Mrs. Sheba Martin; shown Mrs. Martha M. Turner, Mrs. Noel Cobb, Mrs.
.': Frances S. Tucker Elementary render services for Rev. Mrs. Sadie Barry; Miss McKenzie, chairman of publicity Octeon Tellis, Mrs. Frances
: / James Bloneva chairman of ; Mrs. Antoinette O'Far- Scott and Mrs. Sybil Johnson.
< School. She is an ardent E. Brown and congre Higgs, ,
rail chairman of Hostess
rl' of gation. refreshments Mrs. Ethel ;
member Ebenezer Metho- ;
Winners of the drive
Mrs. Hazel Matthews chair- were
dist Church and an outstanding The pastor will preach at Sweet, chairman of States' Doretha Johnson first
Mrs.
man of decoration. Other ,
t ', Qnk member of Miami Alumnae 3 p.m. at the Welcome Baptist Tea; Mrs. Flora Johnson;
place Mrs. Rose M. Moore
members of the committee: ; ,
Y Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Church, Ft. Lauderdalefor Miss Fredericka Barry; Mrs. second place Mrs. Doris
Mrs. Doretha Johnson Mrs. ;
/. Sorority. the men of their Men's Day. Laura Goodings, chairman of ;
Silva third place Regional
Winifred M. Johnson Mrs. ;
Rev. James Hendon and con- Rev. Arthur Jackson, pastor. Finance; Mrs. Bonnie Stirrup, ; winner was Mrs. Sheba Mar
Mildred Smith Mrs. Dorothy
t gregation from Mt. Tabor The president, officers and chairman of program; and ; tin.
Baptist Church will render members of Ushers Board Mrs. Clarice Littles, ECW Weaver; Mr. Wilber Jenkins;

services :at 3 p.m.A No 2 are In the process of pre-
musical program composed paring for their sixth anni- Incarnation State Tea Is Sucessfashions
l of some of the best talent versary which will convene the
,"-- a, ) will highlight the evening ser- week after the Second SundayIn Episcopal Churchwomen of 5845 NW 17th Ave., with her for East Coast

MRS MAEDON BULLARD vice. You cannot afford to miss November and the third Sunday the Church of the Incarnation presentations of fashions. To Tailors, 717 NW 62nd St.,

. Morning Speaker either of' the s e outstanding afternoon, at which time sponsored their 12th Annualall top it off, a selected group of found himself quite busy escorting -
services. Rev. James E. Jenkins and States Tea Sunday, October lovely models to justify the the many young ladieson

"Prayer Is the key that On Friday night, Oct.25 our congregation o f FriendshipM. 13, 4:30 p.m. at Primary fashions include, Miss Vi- stage.: His fashions Included -

opens all avenues in our cop- fourth and last quarterly conference B. Churchw1llclose Little School. nette Brown, Mrs. Delores wears for young men and
fused world" will be the theme for the year will be services. You will be reading The committee of the tea West, Miss JanGlover and teenagers. Mr. Arthur Harrisis
as the women of St.James observe held. All departments of the more about this as time pro- wish to take this method of Miss Altamese Thomas. Mrs. owner and operator of the
their Twentieth Annual church are asked tohaveare- presses thanking all participants on the Barbara Burrows was narra- East Coast Tailors

Women's Day, Oct. 27. They Deacon Vandell Bovan, program as well as the well tor.An Thanks to Miss Deborah
have selected as their morning port.Let us remember our sick president. wishes and friends. unusual presentation for Stirrup, daughter of Mr. and

speaker the dynamic, Mrs. and shut-ins in our prayer. Special thanks to the Law- the evening, which was enjoyedby Mrs. Ernest J. Stirrup for her

Maedon Bullard, a native Mi- Rev. S. L. Gay is pastor home Sisters, Beverly, Joyce all present was the ballet rendition of "My Daddy Is
--- FRIENDSHIP and Linda who appeared In the group from the Allapattah., President"
absence of the Samuelittes, High School. This fine and well Arthur Evans and his vocal
CHRIST
GREATER Rev. J. E.Jenkins,pastor with their rendition of "The organized group was under the ensemble from NorthwesternSr.

Canon T.R.Gibson,rector BETHEL AME Ruby Lee Carr, reporter Mustard Seed" as an opener leadership of Mrs. Nellie High for their fine musical

:or Antoinette Silva,reporter Rev. Timothy Johnson, pastor for the program. Kelly Moore, an Instructor of selections, and his special -
Lynette Alexander, reporterThe Mrs. Mattie Allen of the Allapattah Jr., High School. ,help in providing music for

Sunday, Oct. 20, Canon Gibson youth held its' monthly Patricia's* Fashions, Inc, Mr. Joe Taylor, modeling the fashions.
was the guest preacher at youth day service, Sunday.We Mrs. Azalee Hunt was sur-
Saint Luke's Cathedral of the were glad to have presiding --a perb with her beautifully styl-
NEW SHILOH CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
Diocese of South Florida in elder Rev. S, A. Cousin of the ed wigs. Her models Included

Orlando. This privilege was Miami District deliver the M Griffin Miss Vinette Brown and Miss
Rev. A. ,pastor "Blessed is the
Indeed a honor for Canon Gibson morning and evening message. Cheryl English, reporterThe endureth temptation man for when that Jan Glover. Mrs. Hunt is owner
who was accompanied: to The Pulpit Aid Board cele- No. 1 choir is : and operator of Celebritv
having a he is tried he shall receivethe
Orlando by Mrs. Gibson, Mr. brated its 53rd Anniversary sale Saturday at the home of ,of Beauty Salon, 719 NW 62ndSt.
crown life which the
and Mrs. Levi Gibson, from Sunday evening.The youth tookpart Sister Turner, 866 NW 77th Lord hath promised, to them Special thanks to Mrs. Ber-
Nassau, Mrs. Effie Russel and in the program by deliv- St., phone 6934926. that love him." thenia White, who was Instrumental -
Mr. Harry Russel. ering songs. helping to secure
All
juniors are asked to be This verse from James is
Mr. Vernon Philip and Mr. Please don't forget that the present Saturday at 5p.m.for talent for the program and Mr.
of
part the Bible LessonSermon
Alonza c u 1 m e r contestantsfor Gospel Choir is sponsoringtheir rehearsal.The Charles Jones, the church organist -
the "Churchmen of the first luncheon and fashion Deacon and titled "Probation After who provided music for
Deaconess
for the "Churchmen of the Death," to be read in all
Show at Burdines No. 2, will their the fashions.
Year" contest are sponsoringa West F 1 1 ._ begin celebrating Christian Science Churchesthis
a g erSt., Hibiscus -- -- ---
anniversary tonight at 8
sightseeing trip to KeyWestNov.l0for$6.50.Secureyour Dining Room, Saturday, Oct. MICHAEL HORNE, King with Elder Green and congre-p.m. Sunday. SLATERS

26, at 3 p.m. If you are inter- Our sincere thanks to all gation. Friday night Rev.Low- Jesus loved all mankind witha CHAPEL

tickets The winner now. of the air conditioner ested contact in purchasing member a ticket of the, who helped to make our Fellowship der will speak, and Sunday, at pure affection. Such an Rev. H. M.Salmon,pastor
any Day a complete suc 3 p.m. Rev. Dunn and congregation unselfish love dissolves the Annie Gunter, reporterThe
sponsored by Mr. Choir call
Gospel or 373-7830. cess. Special thanks to our of Drake Memorial will discord in relationships with
Cr i is pin Fife and Mr. David
Organizational meeting for women will observe
guest speakers Mrs. I.C. Mic- end the anniversary. others because It eliminated
White is Agnes Demeritte. Girl Scouts of all four levels their 16th annual Women's Day
Brother Hill
chairman
kens and Rev. Paul Freemanand and self-centered views. Listen to
Winners of the "Pretty Cup"contest will be held Monday, Oct. 28, all others who participated Deacon Robinson,cochairman this subject discussed on the Sunday, Oct. 27. Miss Delores
were: Mrs. Elizabeth at 6 p.m. We urgently requestall on program. of the Building Committee radio program at 1:45 p.m. Haggins of St. Paul AME will
Bullard, first place; Mrs. V. Interested parents, troop all be the morning speaker.Even-
are asking members to Sunday, WMBM. The title Is
Redhead, second place; Mrs. leaders, ladies and girls ages please be present Monday, October "The Prayer that Heals ing speaker, Mrs. Louvenia
Maggie Cash, first place odd 7 to 17 to be present.Let 28, at 7 p.m. to make Broken Relationships." Knox of Mount Zion Baptist
cup; Miss Marie Cash,second us pray that God's grace plans for building. Church.
place Mrs. Clara Grant,first and healing virtures continueto Let's all Fifth Church 'of Christ
us remember to Mrs.
Hattie
place antique cup and Mrs. dwell upon us and let us con- pray and visit the sick and Scientist, 1600 NW 54th St., Mrs. Fannie Humes, and
Kate Dean second place. tinue to pray for the sick and shut-ins. welcomes all. chairmen. Williams, co-

On Friday Oct. 25, 8 p.m. shut-ins. ..:
there will be a record hop at Dinner will be served after

the David parish White.hall sponsored by ST. MARY'SRev. HOPEWELL ANTIOCH i morning invited service.to attend The publicis these


Get well wishes are extended H. V. Stuart, pastor 1961 NW 62nd Street Rev. J, W. Stepherson, pastor :J service, 2652 NW 48th St.
to Mrs. Mary Taylor and Sunday is the fourth Sunday The women are looking for- Sunday, October 27, Is Mrs. Etha B. Finch, is
Joseph Albury. and there will be Testimonial ward to their first Women's Men's Day. The public is invited I chairman

during the 11 a.m. services. Day, Sunday, Oct. 27, at the to worship with us. We
Usher Board No. 2 will serve church. We have planned a ask every man of our member- EBENEZERRev.
:... during that service and Usher great program for your enjoyment ship to please be present to
ST. PETER'SThe Board No. 2 will serve duringthe 1- with two dynamic share in giving to make this A. D. Hall, pastorE.

St. Monica's Guild is 6 p.m. services. The Male JACQUELINE HARRIS. Queen speakers.The day a great success Ingram, reporterThe

sponsoring a bus ride to Key Chorus will sing all day. morning speaker will Speakers for the day will be public is invited to attend
West. The bus will leave from Please don't forget the contest Congratulations to Jacqu- be Mrs.W.K.Smith of Greater Rev. W. M. Hall, Jr., West the Annual Fall Tea of

1618 NW 1st Ct., Sunday, Oct. sponsored by the Sunday line Elisha Harris and Michael 1 I New Bethel of Opa-locka,with Palm Beach, morning speaker. Women's Society of Christian
27, at 630a.mforfurther information School and support your favorite Horne members of our youth Mrs. C. J. Burney asking for Rev. O.W. Wiggins,pastor Service
4
Oct. 27 at
contact Mrs. Par- teacher and class. department for turning in the, invitation of J joiners The Antioch M. B. Church, Liberty o'clock., Sunday,

rish at 373-2040 or Mrs.Wil- We are thankful toGodto largest amount of money from afternoon speaker at 3 p.m., City, evening speaker. We are
lison at 3748520. have Brother George FarrIngton our department for FellowshipDay. I will be Sister Andrew Jackson looking for you so don't disappoint Sunday in an night after we service are to at worship St.-

worship with us in church of Millrock Baptist Church. us.Brother.
- There will be a sale of conch Sunday. Let us continue to pray The pastor isasklngall Please come and help us S. W. Melton, Paul Methodist Church, Rev.T. .

fritter i coconut candy and and visit our sick and shut- choirs, ushers and membersto make our first Women's Day chairman and Brother T. J. C. Kelly, Jr., pastor
fried fish on Saturday eveningat ins. A special appeal is out to be present Oct.27, at 3 p.m. a great success. Edwards, co-chairman. The youth choir and the junior

the home of Mrs. Irene all parents, please send your at Zion Hope Baptist Churchfor Rev. J. J. Sheffield, pastor, Remember to pray for all ushers' will render ser-
Alexander, 6328 NW 15th Ave children out to Jr.Church on Rev.Freeman's anniversary. Sis. Carleather Sheffield, re- the sick and shut-Ins..Visi- vice, members and friends are
urged to come out and encourage
Proceeds for building fund. porter.
Tuesdays. tors are always welcome. the youth.





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MARTIN MEMORIAL DRAKE JORDAN GROVE NEW PROVIDENCE Annual Women's Day

I The pastor and members of Rev. J. W. Dunn, pastor Rev. Douglas Cook,reporter I
cordially invite
Memorial
Martin Eddie Gilbert reporterThe Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor
The At New BethelDR.
annual Wo-
you to their pastor is asking all of- Arsula Edwards,reporterThe
men's DaY observance,Sunday ficers, members and friends Male Chorus will begin ordinance of baptism

October 27. to please meet him at Shiloh the celebration of their 7th will be observed Sunday morning -

Baptist Church, Rev. Griffin anniversary this Thursday, at
Oct.27.All candidates are
pastor on Sunday, at 3 p.m. 8 p.m. with the Rev. Johnsonof asked to meet at the church

I bers We are reminding all mem- Brownsville Baptist Church and bring a change of garment,
and friends that our third as guest speaker. Followed at 9:45 a.m. Please be on time.

rr :dO Women's Day will be the sec- with a musical program Fri- Choir No. 2 will begin celebrating

ond Sunday in November. We day night, Oct. 25, and con- their anniversary Fri-

I are looking forward to this beIng cludes Sunday, Oct. 27, at 3 day, Oct. 25,at 8 p.m.and conclude -

I I a great day. The chairmen p.m. with various groups of the Sunday, at 3 p.m.Everyone -

I A A Mrs. Mikell, and Mrs. Cle- city singing. is cordially invited to attend -

I ments areas king all the women The No. 1 Choir will spon- and enjoy this program.

to do the best they can sor a Fish Fry on this Satur- Consecration hour of prayer -

on the rally. A 11 captains are day beginning at noon, coffee each Sunday at 5 a.m.Bible

asked to please try to make will be sold also. class and prayer meeting f

your quota. The Jr. lUsher Board will Tuesday at 7:30p.m.allm- "
'
All Cubs please be on time sponsor a Car Wash Saturday bers are urged to attend.Visitors .tf : : ... .1"; I\<.:/" j
to go i ito the s t a d i u m Friday from 10 a.m. until. Those of and friends are welcome. \.. '; :.

1 night The Boy Scouts will you with cars are asked to Continue in pray for our sick PRATT CYNTHIA KNOWLES'
.A meet Saturday at 2 p.m. come and get a special Job for shut-ins and bereaved.
Don't forget to visit and pray 75$, 1571 NW 68th Terrace
speaker and member of Mount
R. A. CHAPPELLE for the sick and shut-ins.Dea The prayer band meet on Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor
Olivette Baptist Church For
con Perkins, Sister White and this Saturday nightat the homeof GRACEPRESBYTERIAN Errolee Burrows, reporter
lie of spiritual enlightmentour
Mrs. R. A. Chappe your
West Hollywood will be our Sister Fairley are at home. Brother and Sister Julius On this Sunday, Oct. 27, the afternoon speaker will be Mrs.
You are invited to attend our Davis, 597 NW 67th St. The women will commence their
morning speaker. As the wife Rev. W. F\ Savoy, pastor Cynthia Knowles of Millrock
of Rev. R. A. Chappelle, she services Sunday public Is invited to these various Many thanks to Mr. James annual Women's Day. Our Baptist Church. Won't you

will have many spiritual gems programs. Jackson, director of the Man- morning speaker will be Dr. come out and assist us in our

to share with us. ZION HILL power program of the EOPI, Irene G. Pratt an ardentMT.CALVARY strive to make this day a suc-

Mr. Earl McCloud, directorof cess?
NEW MT. ZION
r', I Rev. James Pickett, pastor the Liberty City branch of

. The men would like to thank the Urban League, and Mr.
I
Hialeah Florida MT. OLIVETTEAll
our visitors and friends who Joe Anderson, community or-
Rev. S. Atchison pastor
Rev. R. C. Solomon pastor ,
,
t.[ helped to make our Men's daya The Willing Workers will l ganzation coordination, Phyllis Beal, reporter members of the BaptistWomen's
\ great success. for the excellent leadership
b observe Its' Twentieth Ann Council are urged to
a The No. 1 Ushers' Board the they provided for the commune There will be a Car Wash be present Mt. Olivette Bap-
fourth
versary Sunday I
will sell fish and chicken sand- this month at 3 p.mf They t ity forum of last Sunday even- Saturday, sponsored by theJr's. tist Church Friday evening and
wiches at ing. If want a clean car
the church Friday asking you to Join them in their you bring a covered dish, we will
This Sunday is "YouthSun- for clean out all
night. annual celebration a price, come have supper and there will be
Rev. A.
l The Ushers' day," and the youth will be day Saturday.The .
r Baptist Fellowship Randall pastor of St. Matthew election and installation of of-
,
Union will be at Zion Freewill in charge of the morning ser- climax of the Pastor's ficers.

Hill this Sunday at 3 p.m. all deliver the Baptist anniversary Church ser will vices; and the Sunday School Anniversary will be Sunday, All members are requestedto
Ushers to staff will present an educa- Oct. 27. Come and bring your
are be on time. attend the appreciation of
mon and Choir No. 2 of that t
Dinners are sold every Sat church will be in charge of the tional program at 7:30 Sunday shouting shoes. Rev. Cleo Albury to beheld on

I urday at the church, 2385 NW music. evening.t . Prayer meeting held every Sunday, Oct. 27, during the

60th St. Phone 6335685.. Please don't forget to visitthe t Thursday night. morning service. Come prepared

Prayer service Tuesday sick and pray for the bereaved NEW MT. MORIAH Please pray for the sick and to sit in a group hear-

MRS. L.H. LOWE night. Visitors and friends are families shut-ins. ing the White Garb of Mission.

welcome to attend.. Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor Rev. Albury has been great

Our evening speaker will be Let us not forget to pray for Evelyn Souter. reporter FIRST BAPTIST contributor to the cause of
the sick and shut-ins. Sisters missions as a pastor, he
Mrs. Lillian Holland Lowe, ST. PAUL AME
Gordon Paris Flossie Scott spends much time visiting the
,
formerly of N.Y.C., but most Rev. W. M. Davis, pastor
are in the hospital and Sis. sick and those in distress regardless
recently of Goulds. While in Rev-T. C. Kelley, pastor Donella Turner, reporter
Helen Scott is at home sick. of where one's mem-
New York City, she was an ardent Mary Amos, reporterThe r Sunday afternoon 3:00,the bership lies.
member of church and will worshipIn
Mother Zion pastor
time is growing near The Baptist Women's Council -
A ME. MT. TABOR and the women of St. Paul are Goulds, at the Mt. Pleasant should go out in a large

Please come out and hear busy making ready for our bid Baptist Church. The No. 2 number to show its appreciation -
these dynamic women as they Rev. James Hendon, pastor 10 this Choir will render the song
day November on day to a servant of the most
share with us ideas concern- reporterThe service and the No. 1 Ushers
George Ingraham, they will celebrate their high God.
ing the theme: "The Role of church at-large is still 24th annaul Women's Day.Our 4 Board will serve.
Christian Women In to make! Dinners will be sold at the
Today's in an all-out attempt chairmen, Mrs. Lillie M.
Crisis." Men's Day, Nov. 10 the great- Woods and Mrs. Delores Hig- church Saturday. We hope you GREATER ST.

Rev. R. H. Johnson, pastor, est day ever. Dinners are being gins Invite their many friends will stop by and get and good PAUL AME

C. D. Rahming, chairman of sold each Saturday at the 1 to come out and worship withus I tasting dinner.Members. to, The men will observe their

publicity. church, 1701 NW 66th St. The 1 they have planned great LJt visit our sick don't and shut-ins.forget 25th Annual Men's Day cele-

chairman of Men's Day is Bro. things for this day. Our goal 1 bration, Sunday, Oct. 27. The

Nathaniel Norwood. He is urg- this year us set for $12,000, REV. ATCHISONAll speakers will be Rev. Roscoe
GREATER NEWBETHLEHEM ing all members and friendsto they feel that this can be done Jackson, 7 a.m.; Rev. O. W.

join in to make the drive a with your help. roads and paths lead to MT. SINAI West, 11 a.m.; Father Joseph

success. All men are assessedat New Mt. Moriah this Sundayfor Coleman 7
.....ura.: a p.m.
Rev. C, H. Smith, pastor the sum of $25, all womenat our annual Men's Day with Rev. Cleo Albury,Jr.,pastor The young people of the

Minnie Hunter, reporter the sum of $24.99. Please Rev. Readon, delivering the B. Boney, reporter church will sponsor the even-

Little Miss Greater New support this effort. Your help morning message and Rev. Ing service.

Bethlehem will be crowned on will be appreciated. Samuel Atchison, pastor of Mt. Melvin R. Jackson, chair-
Please remember the sick, Calvary delivering the 7 p.m. man; Louis W. Washington and
November s'-
24 she will be
selected
shut-ins, and bereaved amongus. message. We cordially invite M b John H. Holloway, cochairmen -
from the Jr.dept. which
It takes so little time andeffort the to hear these dynamic
have three candidates public ; Rev. T. E. Wright, pas
running to correspond and visit speakers and bring your tor.
for title they are Sharon Stuc- 1(4
,
with the sick; ,and remember shouting shoes, 6700 NW 14th
key, Sharon Bouey,and Shirley .. to those affected by these, Avenue v

giving Smith.her Vote your for contribution your choice or by various circumstances -- it ,: Joint rehearsal for Choirs BROWNSVILLE BAPTIST

donation. means s o much. r No. 1 and 2 will be held Oct. Rev. F. L.Johnson,pastor

Friday, Oct. 25, marks the 29, at 8 p.m. Elizabeth Wright, reporter
beginning of the anniversaryof Our monthly conference will Preparations for our Pre-

the Choral Group of Miami NEW HOPE be,, Oct. 31, at 7:30: p.m. Thanksgiving dinner are now

-- to be held at our church. It Please pray for world peace on the way. So plan now to eat
will Rev. W. E. Sims, pastor Visitors are always welcome. Thanksgiving dinner with us
conclude Oct. 27
Sunday, ,
at 3 p.m. The Jr's. will sell Loraine Fuller, reporter Our Junior chairman Gloria in the church's dining room.

dinners after the conclusionof Branham and co-workers invite To all the sick and shut-ins

the anniversary. Dinnerswill Friday, Oct. 25, at 8 p.m. you to come out to help MT. CARMEL God wants you to know that Just

be prepared by the Young the pastor is asking the choirs, them celebrate their thirdan- REV. CLEO ALBURY, JR.Albury's beyond the dark clouds there

Women's Auxiliary ushers, and members to accompany nual Junior Women's Day. To Rev. D. A. Bradley,pastor Day will b6 cele- is light, so keep looking up for
Calvary
him to Mt.
October 24, our Choir No. 1 service In those Jr's. who are without a Louise McGriff, reporter brated Sunday, Oct. 27. Morn- He will supply your needs.

will appear on program at Jor- Baptist, to render captain please give your donations Rev. George Mitchell delivered ing speaker will be Rev. Clifford At home convalescing, Sis
dan behalf of,Rev. Samuel Atkin- to one of the fol- Ruby Williams and Brother A.
Chapel of Coconut Grove any Felder
son's anniversary celebration. the morning message, S. Jr. ...
and on October 25 at Jordan from 3:30 lowing persons: Paula Johnson and the Rev. Eugene Odom,delivered Fellowship hour will be followed Sciplo.
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Grove. You are Invited to Sunday, Oct. Aid Floria Sheffield, Laurie the evening message. by fasting in the annex
the Pastor's
accompany them. to 5:30 p.m. a Fall Tea, Herring, Ernestine Drayton, The No. 1 Ushers' Board after morning worship.At NEW BETHANY
Club will sponsor
and Gloria
Stop by the home of Mrs. Barbara Redman, 330 S.
Alberta will have their anniversary on ; p.m., Rev. Purdy
of Mrs.
Ella Mae Walton and purchase at the home 1115 NW 87th St. Branham. Wednesday night after the Brown and congregation of f Rev. F. L. Carter,pastor
a delicious Campbell, Stewardess Board No. 3 Invites and end Friday l 268 NW 48th Street
potato pie on Friday Wilene Robinson will be fourth Sunday on Fellowship Baptist wor-
Oct. 25 located at 3151 Mrs. you to have dinner with We with Pre-revival meet-
wel- night, Nov. 1. are extending ship us. prayer
NW 61st St., sponsored by the the guest speakerAllare them on the first Sunday, No- to you a hardy welcometo It will also be appreciationtime ing is being held cfghUy at7:30

No. 1 choir. come. meetIng vember 3.Remember. come over. Rev. Cookfrom when members, organi- our revival will begin Monday

There will be a FishFryand Our regular class prayer Thursdayat Rev..Aaron Hall Jordon Grove Baptist Church zations, and friends will make night, Oct. 28 through Friday .
Bar-b-que at the church and Bible interested and congregation will be at our will deliver the message. their contributions in recog- November 1. Our evangelist

on Saturday afternoon,Oct.26, 8 p.m. all who are church, Sunday, Oct. 27 in an Pray for the side: and shut- nition for unusual progress will be Rev. C. J. Johnson of
welcome.Let .
sponsored by Usher Board No. are continue to pray for after service program In the ins and those who have lost made under your leadership, Atlanta, Georgia. Everyone is

L Bro. Nixon, president. us shut-ins the be- p.m. some of their love ones. Pray we honor you. welcome and invited to come
and ,
Continue to pray that we may the sick and our Remember our sick and for the boys in Vietnam.Visitors You are Invited to observe out and help us to have a spiritual -
grow stronger in the name of reaved, servicemen, shut-Ins and pray for their recovery. are always welcome. this day with us. good time.

our Father. country. .




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MRS. B. H. PRUYEAR 0 SPEAK AT ST. LUKE KING AFRICAN

____..L_..__ ORTHODOXChrist
10. She has served as Direc-
tor Internship for many the King African Or-
POET'SCORNER years. She has given to Florida thodox Church invites the gen-
eral public to with
some of the best qualified worship
teachers and also to other them on the Feast of Christ theKing's

parts of the country.The celebration on Sunday,
By GENE GRIENERTrdnsfgurafon V : October 27, at 8 a.m. At such
1.'i public is invited to attend time the blessing of the

\..': the services morning and grounds will take place.
7
evening.

/ "Kindly Take Your Seat"T'was Sunday evening the choirs Christ the King Orthodox is
will present a musical pro a new mission,building its way

"My love," I call out to you; it Is I Mr. Bell said though many years ago gram consisting of spirituals, up to bigger and better aspi-
At a meeting in a villageIn hymns, and anthems. rations. Please come out and
with than
be
"I want to you more anyone has
every dared. strode a man six feet or so, Mrs. Annie Bell Bullivan is support our untiring efforts.

When I look into your eyes, you say to me They called him Jerry Pretty. Mrs. B. H. Puryear first the general chairman. Mes-
lady of Florida Memorial College dames Rev. Father Stafford J.
want me too, Mary Johnson and
you
"I can tell. All but Jerry had his saw will be the guest speakerfor Corine Hill are the co-chair- Sweeting is priest. This event

From the first day you entered into your mo- As he rose to his feet, Women's Day at St. Luke is an open air service which
Just four words the chairman men.Plan will be held on NW 207th St.
ther's womb, spoke Baptist Church, Sunday, Nov. to spend an enjoyableday ,
'S I am to be your savior, from the loneli- Kindly take your seat. with the women of St.Luke.GREATER Ave.between 27th Ave. and 30th

ness and emptiness
Some were present just to gloatAt
of your man forgotten shell. TEMPLE BAPTISTThe

"My love, you are my destiny, and I, am No Jerry's unwritten speech, annual Trip Around the NEW BETHEL IREV.
sooner had Jerry cleared his throat
,
salvation
your World sponsored by the Wo-
T'was time to take his
"Why must I continue in non-existence?" I seat. men's Day Committee will beheld ,,,,.

shall, I this Friday night. Bus will ,. iM
Jerry pounded on the stand
unless with you I dwell. leave the church, 1723NW3rd ,
"Upon you and you only will I cast my spell. With a mighty fist of steel Avenue at 7:45.The fare is one ,
The chairman's blunt :.
and hand
Not one stone lieth on top of the other in my chubby dollar. ,
Motioned to his vacant seat.
endless Women's Day is Just two
search for thee. weeks away. The loyal womenof _
t
The chairman rapped his gavel
"Fear not my love, me. "Now that I have Temple are going all out to
Though Jerry paid no heed
found you, make this one of the most out- a ,
Anguishe masked his handsome face
You are the s o u r c e which do giveth the world standing events In the historyof r
As
Jerry vacated his seat.
it's light the church. The men have :
and now to me. pledged to back them all the
Frowns plowed furrows in his brow,
"Shine on my love, shine on me,you will- He spoke through trembling lips way. Chairman B. Bryant and ft
will co-chairman A. Clark along
you see. ,
He raised his sunburned, blistered hands
To imagine your lips In link with mine with the captains see
And placed them on his hips. nothing
Makes the surging of my blood to be like mol- but success ahead. They say

ten lava, His high pitch voice went on and on "It can be done. It must be
When my heart applauds like thunder from The impact struct like thunder done." G.W. PHILLIPSYou REV. J.E. JENKINS
the mere Our and get well
prayers
Co unstopped ears of haughty men
sight of you, I lose my mind in time. wishes go to Mrs. Lula M. are invited to our annual Usher Board No. 3 is in
Who marveled this man of color.
At this moment seeing you,'seeming so far Colebrook who underwent sr- Men's Day, Sunday, Oct. 27. charge of the auxiliary Sunday
gery at Christian Hospital on The men have been working School class Sunday.
away Why must we labor endlessly? hard to make their
Monday. very day a
yet so near
"I project the real you here, right besideme Barely earning our daily bread Deepest sympathy to Mrs. success. The morning speaker There will be a Musical pro-
Bound are we in the land of the free
Vernell Strachan, our organist will be Rev. J. E. Jenkins of gram at the church Saturday
"oh!" so clear."I Invisible shackles about our legs. whose sister was fun- Friendship Baptist Church and night in behalf of Men's Day.

say to you my darling,with all that I haveto The chairman clenched and shook his hands eralized last Saturday. the evening speaker the Rev.G. Bro. Ray and the Zion Tones,
The Women's Day appreciation W. Phillips New
give Hope Baptist and the Smiling Jubilees from
hair had blossomed for the
Who grave, committee will
and is sponsora Church, Ft. Lauderdale. Ft. Lauderdale will be
all there in the world there.
land
of the
He knew that dream promised of music and read- Sunday afternoon
program will be
have to you Bar-b-cue dinners be sold
You responded a magnetic summon,
For he too once owned a slave. ings Sunday at 7 p.m.The public served a full course meal free after the
Youarefnvited.
due to our love pr ram. -
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,
is invited. 4ST.LUKE in' the church -
"We shall live!" live!! live!lll I I Jerry closed his speech with FEE EDOM NOW!'J dining room. .-

We can't endure defeat,
Robert Bell Ne're a man would dare utter, MT. HERMON Choir of Moor Haven.

Kindly take your seat. Rev. L. J. Lee, pastor Rev. G. M. Champion, pastor The trustees and membersare

Shirley Whack, reporterYou Zessie p.lrving reporter__ working hard to make this
Walking Home Louella Mackey are cordially invited to The Trustee Board will day a crowning success.Don't
375 Pulaski St. a Musical Tea Oct. 27, at the I celebrate "Trustee Day"Sun- forget to ask God's blessingson

Brooklyn, N. Y. EOPI. 2341 Ali-Baba Ave., 'I day, Oct.27, at 3 p.m.Charles the sick.
at 5 O'clockLow Opa-locka, from 4 to 6 p.m.'I Green, is vice president. The

Mrs. Naomi Lee, sponsor. :Rev. Alvin Jones, a former MT. PILGRIMRev.

in street vistas, a young wife walkingsees Junior Church Saturday 3 member of Mt. Hermon, now J. W. Everson, pastor
to 5 p.m. Mrs. Katie Mitchell :i: teacher at Booker T. Washington Rev. Jimmie Dennis will

A pinkish rim above the dark, bare trees, director. All visitors always Jr. High School, Moor preach our dedication sermon,
A pinkish glow reflected in the unlighted To Herbert Murray welcome. Remember to pray J Haven, Fla., will preach for ,Sunday at 3 pain. everyone is
Plate-glass windows of vacant buildings,filled with and for the sick and silut- 'the occasion. Rev. Jones will invited.
With flyblown placards and weathered ins. 1 be accompanied by theJr.
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posters I do not love you for myself or anything I
and beer.In .
Advertising pumpkin pies
seek, I only want your happiness each day of
the next block comes the circus smell of every week. .I offer you my heartfelt Love,

"hot dogs"In for all that you desire, and all my strength Don't be
cheap restaurants under the railroad toward every goal to which you may aspire

bridge. . I hope with all my heart and soul that you
Swinging a battered dinner-pall, a man in will reach your star,where everyone on earth
overalls, will know how wonderful you are . I only late! O

Gray-faced with fatigue and grime, plods toward wish good luck and health as long as you are

town.A living, and every blessing great and good that
smart-aleck whistles at the walker, God is always giving . I do not Love you

loiterers stare; for myself or what I want to be, your happi- Make
And in the stream of traffic, the tired face ness in Life is all that means a thing to me. yourSelection

Of a young truck-driver IJghst up with a smile,
Answering her smile as he waits for her to From C.T. & G. J.

cross. today ,, r

A young boy, trundling a load of emp;
A young boy, trundling a load of empty boxes,

Stares almost worshipfully at her face. We Have the most Vaneil

.

Turning into the home street, The BarrierShe and beautiful selection of

Away from the diming pink sky-glow,
The walker sees a bright flare came to see me when I first moved in
In her living-room window. He Is home The only one who let me !know she cared. ..-
CARDS
already! She stood at my front door with friendly grin CHRISTMAS

Then proffered flowers from her yard, I
shared

Irma Wassail. And simple gift, but fragrance doubly sweet available anywhereStop
Quite filled the air between us as she said::
"I hope that you will like our pleasant street.

/ Think / RememberIn Her Come vivid see personality me soon for came tea and through toasted bread." : in anytime and look over our samples

Like sunlight bursting from a summer cloud.
the same year that saw Pearl Harbor, Then suddenly I smiled because I knew &3y&femk&

I think I remember GarberJan We would be friends, and I felt very proud.

( ), and his schmalzentrancingBand I took her flowers, expressing my delight,
that played for dancing-- Then a friendly black hand clasped a fervent
For awhile then we were dancing. white.
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Rattlers Eke By iii lorris Brown 7-0,



eeTIME" face Ten e;ssee Store


Florida At Ms cored In the threatening to score.In carries each. Saturday night in Bragg Sta-

first four minutes of play and the third quarter, Morris FA MU is now 4-0 on the sea- dium the Rattlers take on Ten-

By PHIL DIXON then held on in the rain in a'1-0 Brown tackle Gerry Miles son, Morris Brown is now 0-4. nessee State University :'II

conference victory over blocked a Rattler punt,and returned i *"1"" "

Morris Brown in Atlanta Fri- it 39 yards to the one with.
Spearing ... ...I
day night.A foot line. -

U variety Is the spice of life, then the past week was very steady heavy downpour But the Rattler defense, rat- "-

spicey. The menu of sports brought just about everything you nullified any passing game as ed number one in the nation
wanted. the Rattlers and Wolverines they demonstrated why when .4
slipped, slldded, and fumbled they held the Wolverines in
The first week of the the USA take lead in
Olympics, saw a on the muddy field. three plays and then recovered -
all types of medals; and as was expected, the track, basketballand The Rattlers did use a pass, a fumble on the next play.
swimming teams showing their skills to the highest. A however to set up the touch-
young fellow that will be "running around," locally the next down before the rain intensi Morris Brown threatened BY HARRY SPEAR
once more in the fourth
few days,turned in, I thought, a most remarkable performance. -
fied.On quarter moving the ball to the
,
Congrats to Jimmy Hines. Jim, who will be talking contract the opening kickoff, the 18 yard line but again the DOLPHINS ON THE MOVE
with the Dolphins next week, is the fellow who took Bob Hayes Rattler's Frederick Fields ,
tough Rattler defense halted The Miami Dolphins, undefeated on the road, play another
crown as the World's Fastest Human. recovered a Morris Brown
the drive. road game this weekend, meeting the Denver Broncos, in Den-
fumble on the Wolverine 27
Like most people, I had mixed emotions about the Smith and line. The Rattlers rolled up 200 ver.At

Carlos incident. I would like to hear from some of you as to yard Quarterback Ken Riley yard rush in g but completedonly a time that they were heavily hit by injuries, the Dolphins

your opinions. Just drop me a line here at The Times. needed only seven plays to two passes in three attempts opened the season with three straight losses at home. Over
the past three weeks, although still bothered to some degreeby
for 11 yards. Morris
Next week the Floridians will have their home opener. Rightnow score the only touchdown of the
injuries Coach George Wilson's men have been undefeated.In .
Brown was held to no completions ,
this looks like a team that shouldbe right in the thick of night. Riley set up the touch-
this period, they triumphed over Houston at Houston,
the A.B.A. race. Also, I hope that the Judge rules in favor of down with an 11 yard pass to in six attempts and only
27-7, were tied by Buffalo at home, 14-14, and last weekend
13
yards rushing.
the to end Melvin at the Morris
Floridians so that everyone could get a chance see Lou Jones
edged Cincinnati 2422.Sunday's .
Hudson. Brown two yard line. On the With most of the starting ,
game coming up is the third away from home for
next play Riley fooled the defense halfbacks Injured, Rattler
This week saw another "Old Buddy," retire. "Ellie" How- the Dolphins in the 1968 campaign, and it is most interestingthat
with a fake the middle coach went the entire game
ard, of the Boston Red Sox, hung up his spikes. Most of you up the Miamians have a record of two wins and no losses on
and swept right end untouched with two fullbacks earring the
can remember back when the Yankees were "The Team" in the road.
for the score. ball. James Owens and Robert
the American League, Ellie was the catcher.He came up as a Overall, the record is two wins, three defeats and one tie,
The rest of the for the Lamplins bulled their way in
game
first baseman, putting Bill "Moose" Skwron on the bench; and and this puts them in third place in te Eastern Division of
first half was played mostly at the mud with 93 and 88 yards
when Casey needed a catcher, he replaced Yogi Berra. I would the American Football League. In the loss column, they are
mid-field with neither team rushing respectively in 20
like to see him remain in baseball, for I feel, his experienceand only one game behind the Eastern leaders,the New York Jets,

patience would benefit a lot of young players.A who have won four and lost two.

The Dolphins victory over Cincinnati was a real thriller. It
girl named Gladys almost did away with last week's foot- Lauderdale Lake 14 Panthers also marked the first meeting between the AFL's two expan-
ball schedule. However, after last minute switching and jug- sion teams.
gling, all of the games were played. The Gators lost, the
Quarterback Bob Griese had one of his greatest days as he
'Canes got by a determined V.P.L ( a that Ray Bellamycame
game The Skylake Panthers lost and Lauderdale recovered.The threw three touchdown passes, two to split end Karl Noonan.
of ) the Rattlers almost lost and the Dolphins hanging -
age their first game of the seasonto Panthers play Central With a Denver appearance in the Immediate offing, it is timelyto
"tuft"
against Cincinnati. a strong Lauderdale Lakes Boys Club Thursday, Oct. 24 point out that two "rookies from the Rockies" were most

The High School game of the week,turned out to be frustration team. at Northwest Boys Club at 8 helpful at Cincinnati Jim Kiick (pronounced KICK), first year

day for Coach Reed and the Cougars. I don't know what Lauderdale scored middle p.m. at 11th St. and 12th Ave. running back from Wyoming, picked up 97 yards in 21 carries,

happened to the team that beat Gables the week before, but ways through the fourth quarter The Northside Community and Dick Anderson, first year safetyman from Colorado, recovered -

they didn't show up for the game with Hialeah. The names and on a 37 yard pass which gave Civic Association is in the one fumble which led to a touchdown, and at game'send

faces were the same; but the bodies Just weren't there. Con- them a lead of 7-0. Another process of organizing a com- knocked down a pass in which the Bengals were going for

grats to Coach Jim Powell and the Thorobreds on a very fine pass carried them to the Pan- munity chorus group and a two points and a tie.

team victory. thers 5 yard line with Lauder- drama club. Membership is After being ahead 10-2 at the half, the Dolphins fell behind

/ Hialeah, Killian and Gables still have a chance for the State dale scoring on two plays open to all people, the young 16-0 in the third quarter. In the fourth period, Griese threw

.. Championship. Hialeah leads District 7AA with a 5-0,and KU- later. The Panthers gained and the adults. For more Information two touchdown tosses to put Miami in front, 24-16. However,

llan and Gables are tied In District AA with 4-1 records. Any- more yards and ran the ball call Joseph Whitehead with only 1:46 remaining, Cincinnati QB Dewey Warren threwa
one for re-match? well, but tumblers stopped two at 693-1304 about the 45 yard touchdown pass'to tivhta
a
scoring drives. With first and Chorus group and Willis 45 yard touchdown pass to tight end Bob Trumpy. Then the

Prep players of the week; Defense Larry Allen, Jackson goal from Lauderdale's 5, Jiles at 691-2919 about the Bengals tried for the two points in which Anderson batted downa

Generals; Offense' Silvo Cardosa, Hialeah Thorobreds. Hilliard fumbled on the two drama club. Warren pass.According .

Local Sportsman of the week: Freddie Greene anyone for to statistics,the Dolphins didn't figure to be in the

Tiddley Winks? running. Now that their injury list has dwindled, they are

1 rounding back into the limelight.What difference this makes
,
Scoreboard HighSchools-32-19.627)Colleges) 18-3.857)( 1I IN THE
: ; I MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE all
along I have been mentioning these Injuries hurt a team,
A.F.L. 15-10 (.600)) N.F.L.24-16.600).ThisweekI( ) see them
like this ; MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY doesn't matter which team they fall upon. We are looking for
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APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU. better results from here on in.George Wilson and his coaches

have had it rough since the start of the season, but things are
HIGH SCHOOLS THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE. looking up now. Keep the good work up team. This game will
should
North Miami Pioneers
over CurleyAtossupbutthe
; PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM! be televised at 2 p.m. over WCKT, Channel 7 and broadcastover
come through
Killian over MiamiSprings-Cougars fight for life (a good WIOD.

come back).
KIDS GO TO THE DOGS DRIDAY
hang tuff.
Norland over Stranahan The Vikings
Biscayne Kennel Club prepares for its upcoming Nov. 4 -
Hialeah over Carol City The Thorobreds by a nose The
Phone
game of the week). : 836-3691 March 5 season by presenting its second annual Family Nightat

Jackson over Central Should be easy for the Generals. Biscayne this Friday evening.The .

Columbus over Key West Idon't think the Conchs can handle Central TV & Radio RepairColor entire family -- from nine to ninety -- will be Invitedto
the Explorers. see the Greyhounds race firstpre-meeting schoolingcard.

Admission, parking and programs will be free and the
Edison over South Dade The Rebels still need S-o-U-L.
should Stereo Inter-Corns P-Systems kiddies will be treated to free refreshments they watch the
South West over Miami High Close, but the Eagles
30-plus schooling events on tap.
soar.
Northwestern over Jacksonville Butler Another chance for 9415 NW 17th Ave. The first event Friday night gets underway 6:30 p.m. and
there will be te heats.U
the Bulls. no wagering on qualifying .

Coral Gables over Palmetto Easy. Miami, Florida
S. DOMINATING THE OLYMPICSUp

COLLEGES to the time of writing my column the United States are

Bethune-Cookman over Alabama A&M The'Cats came back. winning the gold, silver and bronze medals overwhelmingly,

Tennessee State over Florida A&M The Rattlers get their and more to come. The closest are the Russians, who are far


:....., teeth Florida pulled.State over South Carolina Another war dance took Ntriural! l behind.United States with 28 Gold Medals, 19 Silver and 19 Bronze

Tampa over Mississippi State Easy and 28 more total medals than the Russians.

Miami over Auburn-; The 'Canes come through. This is a great honor for all those competing in all these dif-

ferent events. I look at them all as great athletes, whether

PROS they win a medal or not, the spirit is there.

A.F.L.
Miami over Denver HURRICANES VS AUBURN SATURDAY

Kansas City over San Diego

Houston over Buffalo .. > ,, University of Miami's Hurricanes invade the home hunting
Mb Oakland over Cincinnati grounds of Auburn's War Eagle Saturday in game crucial to

New York over Boston 1 I. 1 the overall season hopes of both clubs.

t Auburn, always tough at home, because even more formid-

N.F.L. 1 1I able at homecoming and the Plainsmen have the class to be

Cleveland over Atlanta ,: ;, tough even without that edge.They have an added incentive this
,
Los Angeles over Baltimore ' '" .' time as last year Miami defeated the Tigers 7-0 in Miami when

Minnesota over Chicago ffitt I I Ted Hendricks hit the quarterback as he was about to pitch

St. Louis over New Orleans I' out. Phil Smith grabbed the errant toss to mid-air to run 35

Philadelphia over PittsburghSan / . yards for the touchdown which won the game.

Francisco over Detroit UTUR4LffAutsH' Auburn has 32 lettermen back from that ball club. Loran

," Dallas over Green Bay. Carter, 1967 Southeastern Conference passing leader, heads

,Onh vouraarbe,' has j,:. ; < )' < "EH,' : the attack. Excellent receivers and all of last year's starting
In the column last week, I forgot to mention the young lady's : backs give Auburn one of its best offensive clubs in many

name, her name Is Sandra and she works at the Hampton Ak jm. years. Added punch comes from John Riley, who has kicked

House. Thanks for reminding me Bill. field goals up to 55 yards.

Until next week, r 11 see you at the games and the Arm Chair This game will be broadcast over WKAT. This will be another -

; Quarterback's Club meeting. tough one for the Hurricanes.

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The General Motors "Pre- .-..-
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science show will be held ACCOUNTANTS
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Tuesday morning November 6701 NW 15th Avenue
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presented primarily as a I
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minute program features nine
junior and senior high school 972,000 people saw these science-In-action demonstra- Magic City & Harlem Cabs

assembly program. It also Is shows In San Salvador El Salvador ,
tions. It is presented in non- Operating the
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Canada and some 25 foreign Brazil, Argentina and its station wagon and travels _CITY AREAS).
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Home of Soul Food Is

I Vocational Guidance Week ObservedAt ported Beer and Wine Air

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conditioned for your comfort

BTW Jr. Hiah ,i

v Owned and Operated by: SERVICE FIRST
The Guidance Department the various programs,work on to witness the student council JAMES AND NEALIE MAE

began the observance of Vocational interest committees and offer program emphasizing loyaltyto YOUNGBLOOD INSURANCE AGENCY

Guidance Week(0ct.- ideas for Improving the school, community and na- (Dec.27))

26)) with a special public ad- school-community relation- tion. Mr. William J. Stirrupis

dress announcement to the entire ships.A council sponsor. ...
JIM LIVINSON
Owner Phon. 635-7507
school, followed by a fea- Students at BTW will wit- SAVE UP TO 40%
ture in the pr e- vocational/ special assembly was held ness "Operation Teenage" in

basic skills classes on "The for the student body Oct. 24. a special assembly. 28.. ON

Person I Would Like To Be." Co this occasion the entire The program is designed to be Auto Insurastce AUTO INSURANCE

Students selected their fav- BTW family dressed in the a deterrant to Juvenile Delin- Immediate SR-22 Filings

orite person, told about their school colors -- orange, quency; to tell youth "like it Liability Physical Low Monthly Payments

life and explained why they black and white -- assembled is" in prison and behind bars.L. DamageSR

would like to emulate them. 22 Filing AUTO TAGS DRIVERS LICENSED.

Tape recordings were made No One Refused
and C. EVANS ELEM.SCHOOL .. GOODMAN & SONS
filmstrips were shown BUNCHE PARK PRESENTS GOOD DRIVERSNo
emphasizing vocational inter FRANKLIN THE KING" COMMUNITYThe KEEN AUTO TAG AGENCY
Parents Community Finance Chargeas
ests. Council met Oct. 18, at 10 little as Same location for two generations
Special On Thursday, Oct. 17, parents to add the final touchesto
guest speakers a.m.,
and students ISDOWN 2688 62nd Phone
teachers NW ST. 691.0380
throughout the week included the circulating petition for :

Messrs. Frank Cannon, EEO; were enthralled of"Franklin by a stellar and community improvements.Instead AT SHELL'S CITY T -.- ----

Henry Givens,and Armbristeralso performance they were touched, and (South Door)
spoke to the students. The King" presented by Mrs. stunned when it was brought to
COLOR AND
BLACK
Christine Speights' fifth grade PLAZA INSURANCE & WHITE TV SERVICE
Representatives from Eastern their attention that they live in

Air Lines, Mrs. Janet Sweet class. an unincorporated area, and AGENCY STEREO RADIO TAPE RECORDER .

and Mr. David Doupn also The cast included: Charles that there is no governing bodyin Phone:754-4951 I

poke during the week. Two Thurman, Deborah Crooms, the community to initiate 5941 NW 7th Avenue VET TV H

walking tours to business and Calvin Gibson, Michael Eng- Improvements. All improve-

industry in the immediate area lish; Lorenzo Royal, Darryl ments in the community are TED FORMERLY OF JET I IS NOW VET
were included.Mrs. Dwight, Anthony Glover, made by the county. PW
Tyrone Henry, Michael Jack- The Council decided that if *FLORIST 379-7735

Mayme E. Williams, son, Chester Brown and Larry it takes constructive group action IMnor
)IIaet ,P1O .
assistant principal for guidance Brown. to bring improvements to
846 2ND
NW
has announced that vocational The program was further their community, they would AVENUE OPEN 9T09
counselors assistedby band and before the
enhanced by poems from sev- together go ,
the North Shore Kiwanis eral students.After County Authorities.
Club are scheduling vocational .3.0 N. W. 7th AvsnuMleml .
PROTECT YOUR "URNITURI
the program parents f kldeII4'tI'
emphasis througout the school WITHOUT HIDING ITS BEAUTY
year. Mrs. Marian H.Shannonand and visitors enjoyed a coffee RANDOLPH'S KINDERGARDEN CUSTOM MADE
break in the teacher's lounge.
Mrs. Catherine N. Mapp Rand o l p h's Kindergarten PLASTIC FURNITURE
the visitors present
have met with Kiwanians Ken Among will have PTA meeting
Mrs. Katie Stringer, SLIP COVERS
Collins and Irving Schwartz, were: Mrs. Sunday, Oct. 27, at 3 p.m.The 11w. .
Mrs. Zellah Phillips, CITITAL CUAIMIAVV
public relations representatives meeting will be held at 1425 : AU4! "
Royal Mrs.Hattie LONG tAITIN
Margarette e
to plan for speakers and NW 54th St. nil IUIITAHT
Mrs. Mattie Smith, e mtv
Brown,
tours. They are also coordi- You are cordially invited to UAAANTII
Brooks Mrs.
nating the scheduling with the Mrs. Amelia attend a Standley Hostess IIUK" ,.
Inez Payne, Miss Helen Glover WMUU* i .yam, 1{ CMI
work experience directors, party during the PTA meet- SNIP .M
Glover and .o: t..rWE MIIIIM.IUUMI
Miss Mayetta
Mr. Cyrus Rayford and Mrs. ing. Corneonecome all. III ....'UTIWATII
Arthur Glover. FLOWERS limitCIIMIOCt
Mr. WIRE
Patricia Harper Garrett, who .. SPECIALIZING ,
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Education [ UN CALL
are making personal contact The American I ANYWHERE! e ptII,.ItVIlS SIN PLASTICr.zcLuswrLY OAT 01
COVERS NICHTCall
has great
committee
with potential employers and Week
work-related groups. plans for this year's activi- 11NIi111 Cod 305
ties. Watch for further news ) !; House ol Gretchen
DOUBLE ACTION 754-8061
Principal, Nicholas H. of this event. .
!WIDMGRAYwURBL XZ
Borota, extends an Invitationto Mrs. Christine Sands, re- DRESSES weft IN PLACE 758-4371 anytime 24 hour service,34.5082General

the entire community to visit porter, Mrs. Sylvia S. Lam- I

the school and participate in bert, principal.




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30 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 25, 1968
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Liberty City Absentee Ballots Available

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0 NEIGHBORHOOD Q EOPI Board For Nov. 5 ElectionAbsentee

Invites ResidentsAre ballots for the In addition, the followingcity under which they are registered -
Nov. 5 election are available. halls will be open for the and the address to whichthe I
SERVICES
p\ interested in now for persons who will be out issuance of paper ballots,Oct. ballot is to be sent
you your
community? Are you satisfied of the county election day. 21-Nov. 1:North Miami,North

. r m A If with your present living con The paper ballots also will Miami Beach, Miami Beach,
be issued to handicapped or Hialeah, Coral Gables and
ditions? What do feel could
JOHN F. KENNEDY NEIGHBORHOOD CENTER you Homestead. These offices are
ill who unable to
be done to Improve the com- persons are SUPPORTYOUR
422 SW 11th Avenue, HomesteadDo munity for all? get to the regular polling open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.,

you need money for your Christmas shopping?Then rush places, according to Elections MondayFriday.Voters I
Your community needs your who are unable to
Supervisor Brater-
Martin
down to John F. Kennedy Neighborhood Center Federal Credit
help. You are urged to meet pick up their ballots inperson
Union. Telephone number 2477741.A YMCAREALTY
with the EOPI Liberty City Advisory man.Paper ballot can be pickedup may write to the Elections Di-

special meeting was held Monday,October 14, at the A ME Board and Father at the Elections Divison office vision office, sending in their
Greater New Mount Zion Methodist Church. The Purpose of Joseph H. Coleman, your new 1351 NW 12th St., Mon- name, signature, address
the meeting was to solidify the black community from perrineto area director, atNorth- day-Friday, 8:30 .- p.m.,
Homestead in the fight of black students and parents to western Sr. High School, 7007 unit Nov. 4.
eliminate confederacy linked school symbols of South Dade NW 12th Ave. Tuesday, Oct.
Junior Senior High School. 29, at 7:30 p.m.

Speakers included Odell Johns, head of the Political Action th

League; Bernie Dyer, Executive Secretary of the Liberty City I ROK R
Community Council; Rev. C. K. Steele, firstvicepresidentofthe
Southern Christian Leadership Conference from Talla-
hassee; L. D. Kennedy, Executive Director of the Black Bro- OPEN 7 DAYS
thers for Progress; and Otis Wallace, Black Student Leader

from South Dade Junior Senior High School. WILL SELL FOR FHA VALUATION
Johns coordinator for the National Association for the Ad- Lovely CBS in new area, Opa-locka. Tile roof,
vancement of Colored People hinted at a possible economic 4 awnings, jalousie windwos, wall heat, fenced,
boycott in Homestead, and a federal court suit if the school landscaped grounds, stove, refrigerator. FHA
board fails to take action at South Dade; he also stated that HelloI'm// price $13,000, $400 down and $87 month.
SOUL (Student Organization for Unity and Liberty)groups are
being formed on all Dade High School campuses. Ted MickensAppliance FIND SECURITY'WITH INCOME PROPERTYWe

Monday, November 4, 1968, a bus will be provided to take I'1 I Salesman, for have several choice modern income properties
((5 and 6 unit) in best location that
patients to and from Kendall Clinic, Variety Children's Hos- you can buy
pital and Jackson Memorial Hospital. Services will be provided W. TGRANT with very reasonable down payment. H you are
five (5) days a week. looking to live rent free and have income, too,
please come in and see as. These are tried, and .
Co. deolsl. ,_ . '.. . .
proven : '
CULMER CENTER NEWS, Arthur H. King, Director "
9 E. FlaglerWe
On Wednesday night, October 2, 1968, a meeting was held "You need a consumer NO RED TAPE MOVE RIGHT IN!
at the Justice Building by the Department of Health and Wel- representative on have everything Very neat 3 bedroom, 2 bath frame home at 720
fare on "Housing." This meeting was largelyattendedbycitizens the Public Service from color T.V.s to auto NW 53rd St. Large Fla room, large open fornt
of the community and the Tenant's League of the Commission. I stand washers. Come in. I will be porch, garage, wall to wall carpeting, cornices,
Culmer Neighborhood Center. Housing in the central area is service for top quality at reasonable utility happy to serve you. drapes, stove, refrigerator, air conditioner. Price

very accute. The meeting was beneficial to all. rates. My experience only $10,000, $2,500 down and $100 month.

includes public serviceas
RECREATIONThe State Representative, LOTS LOTS LOTS LOTS50'x140'next776NW14 SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
Culmer Neighborhood Center has been fortunate in obtaining County Commissioner Ct. Outstanding! 4 bedroom, 2 bath Home with'every- ,

the services of a professional boxer to operate the & School Board member. 70x88.8 81st St. &DuplexNW 12th PI. thing Screened in 33x16 swimming' pool, 44x12 '
Recreation Center. His name is Robert Barnett. He is interested I need your vote and LOWN DOWN PAYMENT dowered patio, beautifully landscaped fenced to
In the youth of this area, and up to this point, he is support to be your I Owners 754-4484 grounds bvilHn kitchen, dishwasher. central:<
doing a magnificent Job in this area. He has already gained consumer voice." I heat, awnings,. jalousie' windows sidewalks .tc.-N
the respect of the youth which is evident by the group that at- ,FHA price$23,500; $1,700.down and'$150.52 mo.fti;
1 .(ends the Recreation Center. He would appreciate any assistance 1X10
given him by the citizens In the community-in-kind WILL SELL FOR FHA VALUATION
contributions to help largely with this program;such as spon- 1 Confidential Real Estate Lovely 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS, Florida room,
sors of uniform for the boys to wear,equipment; such as base- Loans screened in floors
and Bonded rear patio, terrazzo awnings,
balls footballs and etc.He be contacted at Culmer Center Licensed
can wind with
PYCO MORTGAGE CO. jalousie ws, sprinkler system its own
telephone 377-0525. 7979 N E 2nd Ave.-Miami well and pump, fruit and shade trees, stove, refrigerator -
CALL 754.4484 Anytime 3 air conditioners with heat as well as
RECEPTION FOR AREA DIRECTORS cold, wall to wall carpeting. Seller will sell for
A reception was held at Culmer Cen FHA valuation (Applied for).
; appointed Area Directors. The reception was given by Mrs.
Marie S. Carl Executive Director of the EOPL A delicious
NO RED TAPE MOVE RIGHT INI :;." .
repast was served and a good time was had by all. RESIDENT MANAGERDependable : "
Large '3 bedroom. home on beautiful fenced lot.

COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONSWe Fla room/ enclosed porch, new roof, awning win.

are continually asking the citizens in the central area man or couple for responsible dows, special pump and well for lawn, carpeting,:

to participate in our organizations, such as: Tenant's League, position to take complete charge of rental stove, refrigerator air conditioner. Bargain at
ADC Mothers Club, Block Clubs,and the Advisory Committee, $10,000, $1,200 down and .$103 month q
also to avail oneself of the opportunities offered at Culmer units in area. Wonderful opportunity for the

Center in the way of services. BE THE PROBLEM LARGE right person or couple. WILL SELL FOR FHA VALUATION

OR SMALL. Modern 3 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS on large corner
,, INKIND CONTRIBUTIONS SALARY PLUS LIVING QUARTERS fenced lot. Tile roof, awnings, jalousie windows,
Call central heat, stove, refrig. Bargain at $14,500
Saturday
par-ticipate I Friday or FHA, $450 down, $97.01 mo.

!Center, please contact the Secretary, Dorothy Russell. MorningPL '
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There are plenty of Jobs at Culmer.The Job Developers are 40643Mr. 3 bedroom,; 2 bat CBS, ':t, rraito floats;';

I looking for twenty(20)( ) able-bodied men between the ages of 21 MillerCARLJON jalousie, windpwi,. awnings, walto|| wall, carpet| :
'and 45 for permanent Jobs at$2.91 per hour. We need the men ing, large 'fenced yard. FHA bargain. ot ;$13,500:;
now. Please apply.OPALOCKA $450 down aad$90.IO.I wsont ;,< :, '{; 1 ::'J

NEIGHBORHOOD CENTER, Nathaniel Perkins, SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS

Director REALTY Beautiful bedroom, 2 bath CBS, like newl Giant
The Opa Locka Neighborhood Center now has a community
Service Officer working in the Neighborhood Center on Fridays 30T4MW 79 STREET!)) BROKER size garage, large built-in kitchen, built-in range,
** garbage disposal, terrazzo floors, central heat,
from 1:00 until 5:00
p.m. p.m. '693-4772 !Answer CALL 635 -3177. jalousie windows, circular drive, sliding doors,
The purpose of this program is to serve as a link betweenthe
Public Safety Department and all of the social agencies. to j patio. Air conditioner. Outstanding buy at

This was made possible with the cooperation of the Public 3 BDRM I BATH, LR, K, DR, cpt, enclosed $19,000 FHA, $900 down and $124.98 month.

Safety Department, the Community Relations Board and the front porch, large CBS house, bar-b-q-, sprink ...
Economic Opportunity Program, Inc. _ lers, workshop, fenced, FHA $15,200, $700 down, j WE HAVE WWNY WORE HOMES :';:" .. "..6;..
INTERESTEDIN $100 month. ,{YOU CAM' BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR '

SINGING? 2 BDRM, I BATH, large K, DR, LR, Ut area, $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING
DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY
Jobmobile' We're looking for religious gar., porch, central heat, sprinklers, w/w car-

type people whoare interested pets, din rm set, stove, refrig., tile roof, CBS,
Locations in good gospel singing. If FHA $15,450, $900 down, $100.40 month.

you're interested, please con- 3 BDRM, 2 BATH, LR, Fla rm, K, DR, Ut rm, REALTYBROKER >
This is where the Jobmobile tact Prayer and Information gar., central oil heat, w/w car stove, re-
S is: Center, 7512 NW 17th Avenue, frig., tile rf f, CBS, FHA, $ etlnjf,775 down,
Oct. 26 at 12 $136.76 month.
come Saturday, 1a
Monday, Oct. 28, 7:30 a.m.
to 4:30 p.m. Douglas Rd. and noon for interview Geraldine and Belcher audition LUXURY WATERFRONT HOMES 4932 NW 7th Ave "
Mrs.
Grand Ave. (Coconut Grove). Professional or Business People 3 bdrm, 2
Tuesday, Oct. 29 Wednes- director, Mrs. Ella Moncur bath, Fla Ige '.
president.IT rm gar., grounds, landscaped, ex- PL 9-4371)
day, Oct. 30, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 tras. $25,000, $5,000d own.
p.m. SW 66th St. and 59th Pl. CAROL CITY SHOPPING CENTER
(Across from EOPI Center). PAYS TOADVERTISE Beautiful 4 bdrm, 3 bath, Fla rm, 2-car gar., on SUITE 208 624-3CS6 ../
Thursday, Oct. 31 Friday approx. H acre. Asking $35,000. Open to Offers. OPEN EVENINGS-SUNDAYS'

November 1, NW27thAve.and62nd WE HAVE ._ 4J.'d, ,
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FOR RENT -
THINK OF THE SHORT TIME THAT YOU

CLASSIFIED ADS Want to rent room to a Chris- CAN BE YOUR OWN MASTER IN THE

tian woman or a couple. 693- PROFITABLE FIELD OF:

15 WORDS OR LESS $1.50. SO FOR EACH ADDITIONAL WORD1BnDEADl.lNE 0353. Call 6 p.m. or Sunday.
i r BEAUTY CULTURE
FOR CLASSIFIED AOS TUESDAY P.M.
-- _vo Room for single, clean,work- START NOWII!!

FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE ing girl with same. 751-0894. LOW ENTRANCE FEE & TERM PAYMENT


SINGER SLANT-Q-MATIC "FHA" 4 bedrooms, 2 bath pool and 1 bedroom apartment. Adults SUNLIGHT BEAUTY SCHOOL
ZIG ZAG $9 Large 3 bedroom home in patio. Large living room, 446-7574.

Like new. Sold for over $300 lovely area. Close in,carport, built-in kitchen, utility room, 374-9998
Fancy designs. No attach- fenced back yard, lots and lots awning windows, terrazzo
ments needed. Guaranteed. of extras. Tremendous valueat floors, sprinkler system. Room private home. Settled

Reliable person makes 10 payments $16,500. Shown by appoint- Near schools, bus and North- working lady or man. On bus
of$9 will take older ma- ment only. Call us now.Fens- side Shopping Center. FHA route. Privileges. 634-4828. Phone 688-0921

chine in trace. Call CREDIT ter Realty, Broker, 759-8779. terms $900 down. TUBIN Before 10 a.m. or 7:30 p.m. TA
MANAGER day or night we deliver .
Realtors, 7906 NW7thAve.
685-1564. OPEN 2-5 691-4785. HELP WANTEDCash

OPEN SATURDAY 2-6 MITCHELL TAXI CABSFOR
3 bedroom house. 1 bedroom 133 NW 48th Street In on the big fall and
CBS cottage. For details call $600 DOWN$127 MONTH 1050 NW 91st Street Christmas selling BUSINESS OR PLEASURE
season.
Beautiful 2 bedroom, 2 bath 24 HOUR SERVICE
885-4339. Large house, has five bed- Part or full time. Call 633-
rooms, 11/2 baths, CBS 2 car home, in lovely Cravero Lakes 6682 evenings 7 to 9 p.m. Opa-locka and Carol City
435 NW 58th St. CBS duplex 2 garage. Elmore Realty. area. No qualifying. $111.00 (N.I).
bedroom each side, stove,re- ELMORE REALTY month pays all. King Realty, aitte ALI BABA AVE

frigerator FHA value $16,000 448-6563 Inc. Realtor, 693-2881. Office receptionist. Must be I I CPA LOCK FLA L

No closing costs $600.0C Furnished room for rent, in a I good typist and alert.Five day
down (Vets $200),$106 monthly DUPLEX $500DOWN ;uiet home,adult man, must be week. Cat Cay Incorp. 6700 NW
rent one, live free in the 2 bedrooms each 7 years old. : 37th Ct.Barber.
employed. Call 693-2838 after ACTION T.V. Sales & Service
other. Be first today. Aetna $19,500 total. Call Elmore 5 pm. .

Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th Realty for appointment. 448- wanted. Call between

Street Phone 757-5724, open 7 6563. Mfgrs. Sample dresses, I 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Dave's Ar- GUARANTEED TO RELIEVE YOU

days. cheap. Small sizes. 635-7213. I tistic Barber Shop, 1190 NW OF YOUR T. V. PROBLEMSWE

HOUSE FOR SALE 345 NW 24th Street. 62nd St. (Nv.5) REPAIR ALL MAKES -
95 NW 45th St. Fantastic buy Little repairs. Cheap. Call FOREIGN AND AMERICAN

you must see this believe it, 758-8019. Open. 1065 NW 58th Terrace. BOYS and GIRLS, 18-25, Willing COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE
two houses on one lot. Price bedroom frame asbestos. to learn trade, free to
$12,500FHA value downpay. FHA $450.00 DOWN $400 down FHA. $75 month I travel, New York, Chicago, STEREO HIFI RADIO TAPE

ment$300, no closing costs-- 2960 NW 157th Terrace pays all. B. Fink, Broker. and return. Please call Mr. CALL NOW: RECORDER .

Low monthly payments-Don't Open Friday, Saturday, Sun- Booker, Traymore Hotel, 531- 696-3381 8626 NW 22 Ave.
miss this one. Call 757-5724 day 1 to 5 p.m. Near Florida Stove. Buffet.Table and Chest. ;0331, Miami Beach between

Aetna Realty (Broker) 811 NW Memorial College. Call 758-8019. 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. for inter-
54th St. Open 7 days. Lovely 3 bedroom 2 bath ,.view. WANTED

CBS home, circular drive .
17210 NW 24th Ave. CBS large through carport, air-con- DIAL-A-MATIC PRIVATE SECRETARYMr.
3 bedroom home has every- ditioning built in stove sprinkler ZIG-ZAG $6.43 HOTEL FONTAINEBLEAUIS
sewing machine A-l shape, NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS Levenson, president of Service First Insurance -
want in a home -- system. Total $13,500
thing built-in you kitchen, fenced in proximately $112. month pays ap- less than 6 months old, $33 WITH SOME IMMEDIATE Agency, Inc., is looking for a private

yard, house being painted on all. Jack Richardson Realty, cash. $6.43 monthly. Will take OPENINGS FOR WARE secretary. Must have previous office experi-

outside price $13,500- Inc. 14537 NW 7th Ave. Realtor old machine as part payment. WASHERS, PORTERS, I ence,well groomed.Excellent In stenography

qualifying low downpaymenl 6886638. Call credit manager day or HOUSEMEN, LAUNDRY Salary $75 up depending upon experience and
night. Free inspection. 685- WORKERS. GOOD PAY, PAID
monthly payment to suit your ability.
1564. VACATION AND HOLIDAYS,
budget. Call us today don't delay LOTS OTHER
FRINGE BENEFITS.
Aetna Broker Near Florida Memorial Col- Call Mr. Levenson 635-7507
-- Realty ( )) FOR RENT NO PHONE CALLS, APPLYIN
811 NW 54th St. Phone 757- lege from $1750.00 and up Room for a very nice and respectable PERSON ONLY, 10 a.m. to .....
5724 with reasonable terms callus lady with a
Open 7 days. single 4 p.m., ,
for information we also good job. Use of large kitchen, 4441 COLLINS AVENUE, MI-
410 have lots in Lincoln room and IT PAYS TO HOME, AWAY
NW 31st St. A CBS beauty City on dining room, living AMI BEACH.
3 bedrooms, fenced in yard, Allapattah drive, also Hainlin Fla. room. To see call NE- FROM HOME

awnings, No qualifying $13- Drive,with low prices and rea- 5-4805. ADVERTISEC.ocaCola Tourist AccommodationsDo

500. You set the downlXlyment, sonable terms. Jack Richardson (indef.) Attractive receptionist -type you have a friend or re-

E-Z monthly payment. Drive Realty Inc. 14537 NW 7th Rooms for 2 men and 2 ladies. for theatrical agency on Mi- lavtive visiting? Beautiful

by then call A etna Realty Avenue, Realtor. 688-663a 1116 NW 51st Terrace. ami Beach. 5 day week. Good private home for rent.Dail y

(Broker) 811 NW 54th St. Ph. salary. 538-4541. Shelly Rog- basis.Air cond.,wall/wal
757-5724. $85.00 MONTH PAYS ALL 1 and 2 bedroom apartments. CO. carp.tl.all utilities furn.
BOTTLING
See 1621 NW 44th Street 1611 NW 50th St. Inquire up- ers.MISCELLANEOUS including garage, TV &

1915 NW 89th Terrace. Large 2 bedroom, sleeping porch, stairs. Route Phone.
4 bedroom 1 bath, extra large $8500 total, $300 down. FHA. Shown by Appoint. Call 9
Anyone knowing the where-
kitchen, seperate dining room, call anytime, 759-2243. Rooms for men. Cooking 634- abouts of Thomas Bodie and SalesmanSalary a.m.to5 p.m. 691.5283 or
Weekends
&
Florida 5627. Evenings :
room stove and
refrigerator -
Henry Faison, please write
large lot with service.,No credit problem, William J. Berry, at 783 while 66-2538 (H20))
plenty of fruit trees. FHA no credit check, nogimmicks. Male roommate needed to
Driggs Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. training
$11,500.$350 downVets $100)No Call for home demonstration. share room. Low rent. 634- 11211. -
Must be 21 or over
Closing Costs 76.98 385-1564. 5627.
monthly. Aetna Realty(Broker WIN A WIG and a resident of

) 811 NW 54th St. Phone 757- 2 Bahama Couch beds,leopard Attractive room with private Have a wig party and win a theGreater CLINIC

5724. Open 7 days. covers, corner table attached. bath. Call after 4 p.m. 634- free wig. Call 754-5401 for in- Miami Completely equippedAir
$$$75 takes all. 531-7539 after 8648. formation. (Nov 1) Area Conditioned. Large

_5. Clientele.For lease no
"FHA" 3 bedroom CBS fully furnished Furnished efficiency.Free Draperies taken dbffn, Apply in person at: investment. Low rental
2 bedrooms Fla. porch
,
fenced plus lot air conditioned, built-in lights, water and gas.$20 week cleaned, decorator folded and 301 NW 29th Street available because of
rear yard, large ,
Lustra-tone
Drapery
beautiful hardwood floors, in kitchen. Cash price $10,000. 693-4818. rehung.Service, 887-8022. (indef) between 10 a.m. doctor's retirement.

city. Close to schools, buses, Call 635-3857. Thursday and 3 p.m. 379-6834
2 bedroom apartment 2431 NW
etc. Only $300 down plus clos- through Sunday.Grocery CHILDCAREBaby 373-2691 I
66th Street. through Friday
ing costs. To vets, only $100 Monday (TF)
miss See Mr.Feld-
Price Don't
this $12,300. man. 1651 NW 3rd Avenue. 1 bedroom CBS duplex-$19.00 and child care can be
Shown appointmentonly.
one. by
1 bedroom CBS apartment$19
found at 1225 NW 55th St. Mrs.
Fenster Broker
Realty, 2 bedroom CBS apt. $22.50
$650 $93 month MUFFLERS
759-8779. & down FHA. B. Roberson, 751-4708.
pays all. 3519 NW 13th Ave. 2 DEPOSIT REQUIRED

"FHA" bedroom CBS carporte,will WEST REALTY Total price $4200 (tiny down!)
redecorated inside 2020 NW 62nd Street 6 6945 NW 3rdAvenue.
be completely rooms
3 bedrooms CBS, lovely area, CUSTOM DUALS
tremendous value at $14,500. and out. Mabel Roberts, 371-6728. Harry Schermer.
6341481. Furnished room, use kitchen,
$100 down to vets others$350 Broker, '
prefer respectable lady, gen- Retired nurse will give yours
Awnings, hardwood floors, Call 575- Infants and toddlers r DISCOUNT
4 buildings on 3 lots. Gross tleman, or couple.
etc. Call us to show by appoint-
Income $100 per week.$21,000J4,000 5697. After 5 p.m. loving care In her home. Will
ment Fenster Realty
only. down. Balance$150 per pick up. PL 8-2900. V All CARS
Broker, 759-8779. month. 371-2070. Furnished rooms. Men only. (Oct. 11) 0

18th Ave., 83rd St. NW 634-'
"South West Perrine Area" 4 BEDROOMS 2 BATHS 6602. mothers, If you are : .
Nice 3 bedroom home CBS, looking for a clean home,gooq
fenced large lot FHA $100 Large Fla. room, extra large food experienced babysister,.
down FHA. No STORE. Plumbing suitable for S
down to vets, others $250. lot only costs.$500 See 16155 NW barber or beauty shop. 758- whom you can trust, call us.

Price $11,000. Drive by22240SW closing Call owner Sun- 3901 (Indef.) Day 633-6607,Night 633-2002, .
112th Place. Then callus, 29th Avenue. 633-2732. Free pickup and de-
Fenster 759- day only, 693-2631. (lade)
Realty, Broker, Nice bedroom private entrance livery.

8779. 3ToONWl64thSt.3bedrooms, and bath for steadily p
screened pool employed single man only. '
Fla room, wall References $9.50 week.
wall to per
yard,
SEWING MACHINES fenced 121 NW 39th St. Infant and toddlers day care In
All makes and models. Origi- farpet, stove house andrefrlgerase the my home... I do not keep many 2450 NW 3M Sfrefef63S4IG0

nal guarantee plus 1 year free tor Prettiest $'150 down Room. Private home fora children an d I do not pick up

service. No credit check, no block FHA terms 7906 NW clean Intelligent lady..Must be children. U you are Interested
REALTORS,
gimmicks. Call for home dem TUBIN working. 691-0425. call PL 9-8335.
onstration. 6851564. 7th Ave. 691-4785.



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