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... ',,:,. ''. ', PRESENT" M'i.. .-,. NUMBEDHUBERT .;

H.VHUMPHREY W.' ;% *:..\{; .', ,1 1-B

VICE PRESIDENT

EDMUND S. MUSKIE . . ; .M; .- .. I-B ,Vol. 46, No. 10 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1968 36 PAGES 15(

U. S..SENATOR .
LeROYCOLLINS 2-B BAPTIST/ PRESIDENT BLISTERED
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U. S. CONGRESS
ELTON J. GISSENDANNER, Dim 103'.3.3 Negro ClergymenRepudiate

CLAUDE PEPPER, Dist. 11.. . . .. 3-B ,
DANTE B. FASCELL, Dist. 12 3-B ?
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VASSAR B. CARLTON . . . . ... ; ... 6-B

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a WASHINGTON, D. C.- Leading Negro ministers
''t.t.l including
DISTRICT COURT OF APPEALS
both Republicans and Democrats,assailed Dr.Joseph H.Jackson -
CHARLES CARROLL . . . . . . .". 7-B president of the National Baptist Convention, USA, this
week for his endorsement of Richard Nixon for President.
CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE The Rev. Sandy Ray, vice-president of the NBC-USA,and a
DAVID POPPER, Rep., Cetaderstd . . .. 8-A leading Republican in Brooklyn, N. Y., said Dr.Jackson's action ;
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN, Dt.., Co endorsed 8-B was not authorized or approved by the convention and he
: indicated an investigation maybe called by the church.
FLA. PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION. : The Rev. Wyatt T. Walker, a New York pastor and aide to
JESS YARBOROUGH .. . ".' :. . . . . . 9-B Gov. Nelson Rockefeller, said Dr.Jackson's endorsement was
proof "that Nixon couldn't be the rain for us."
STATE ATTORNEY r "If the cat was not already out of the bag about Mr. Nixon's
RICHARD E. posture as it relates to blackpeoplegenerauy,it is now since
I Joe Jackson endorsed him," said the Rev. Walker, who was
STATE SENATE once chief aide to Dr. Martin LuUier King, Jr.
LEON EARLES, Rep., District 41, Co-endorsed. .12-A I "Every sensitive black person in the community,plus thoseof
ROBERT M. HAVER FIELD. D...:.DUt.4l. 0.0.. . 12-B us in the religious arena,knows that Joe Jackson has a long
(Co-.ndG ltd) Girl record of being a religious conservative . his venomous
Miami Is Miss FAMU
LEE WISSENBORN Dist. 42 . . . . . . . 13-B attacks on our late and lamented leader, Dr. M. L. King, Jr., .
ROBERT L. SHEVIN Dist. 43 0 . . 0 . . . . 14-B Lovely Veronica *"!!H1cks, Miss FAMU and her attendants juxtaposed with his endorsement of Richard Nixon, makes the
GEORGE L. HOLLAHAN, Disl. 44 :. . . . .15.3' a secretarial science major will begin their year- world know that Nixon couldn't be the man for us," Rev. Wal-
KENNETH M. MYERS, Dist "5. . .. . . . . .U-fl from Miami, was elected long reign following the cor- ker concluded.
,RALPH R. POSTON, Dist. 46 . . . . u . 17-B "Miss FAMU"for the 196M9 nation ceremony in Lee Hall The Rev. S. Howard Woods, a member of the NBC Social
DICK. FINCHER, Dist. 47 . . . . . . , 18-B school year on a write-in vote Auditorium Thursday evening Action Committee which Dr.Jackson approved the endorse
over two other candidates.The November 7. The ceremony ment, said there is no record any meeting of the committeeand
STATE HOUSE election was sponsored by the will usher in three days of gala neither Dr. Jackson, the committee or the Convention "is
DICK RENICK.'Dist. 91 .. . . . . . . i. 19-B': student government association. homecoming activities for the authorized to speak for the membership in so serious a mat-

GERALD LEWIS, Dist. 96 ........ r.. .'w.'. .'. .*". '21-B FAMUans, alumni, and ter."
(', JOE LANG KERSHAW"DIs',.,99 '. . . ;/'. ,.22-B., Miss Hicks polled 491 voteS;- friends. r, The Rev. Woods, who Democratic. leader of the New
HAROLD.G. FEATHERSTONE, Dist. ))01 . .'" #23-8 Miss Mer Ian Robinson,'-i In addition to several other ,Jersey State Assembly, said although the Convention includes,
CEOJ. BAUMGARTNER,' Dist, 107 :.,. ,'-*'.',\f: A25B'.tJVw1, ,!' pharmacy major from Augusta "{ special events and will some 5000 clergymen ,with six million members in their con-
queens
:. ""-. Ga., was the choice.'of be required to represent gregations"; each church Is Independent...we don't have the

.c'. JUDGE JUVENILE COURT ." 235 students voting in the cam FAMU at the annual 'Tampa unit rule.
THOMAS N.. BALIKES Rep. Co-endors.d" .,. . 26-A pus wide election. Third place Classic In Tampa Nov. 30 and Dr. Jackson's statement has caused local Baptist affiliates
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JOHN V.-FERGUSON, Dem., Co-endorsed. . . .. .. 26-8; ; for the voted honor went to at the 36th annual I Orange of tions the Convention the Woods to call special meetings clarify their posi-
Rev. said.
Miss Ethel P.Demps,a speech Blossom Classic and Festivities
"Dr. Ray's stand, in addition to that of hundreds of other
and drama major from Miami.
BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION December 6-7 in Miami.
ETHEL BECKHAM . . . ;. . . .e. . . . 27-B Miss Lonnie Wesley, a so- pastors who could not endorse Richard Nixon, typical of the
ANNA BRENNER MEYERS . . . . . . . .'::28-8' ciology major j from Chatta- The Tampa Class will pit the thinking of the black community throughout America," he

BEN J.SHEPPARD . . . . . . . . "' . :29-B: hoochee, wis named Miss Jun- FAMU Rattlers against the added.In .
Texas Southern University Detroit, the Rev. J. T. Wilson and the Rev. A. Allen,
ior Attendant to Miss
CRUTCHER. FIELD HARRISON . : . . . 0:. ,'30-B, FAMU.
The victory for Miss Sophomore Tigers from Houston at 8 p.m. president and vice president of the Michigan Wolvervine Bap-
( :Ii Attendant to Miss FAMU in the Tampa Stadium. The tist Convention, declared "many ministers in Detroit and
,, 'CONSTABLEI. ; Of J.h: went to Miss Helen Wade a OBC will be p1"ayed.in the around the country are most:) appalled at any attempt to victimize -
JOHN GILBERT Dist. l, .... ., ,:, )' f..r.:: "",'...:!!'j32TB speech correction major from Orange Bowl Stadium at 8 p.m. six million Negroes by tying a Nixon yoke around their
.RAY B.,BRADLEY, Diit.,2, t.-;" .,.....!A1t'J.;; ;32-B Tallahassee. December 7.Bartow. necks without making the slightest effort to secure any sanction -
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or their approval.

. Bin Political Rallv Friday Niaht "Absolutely no contact has been made with leaders of this
Elects state and we are all members National Baptist Convention
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A big political rally will be 86th St. Interested citizens are Range, area chairman fort USA. More than 250 ministers have reacted with shockto
held Friday, November 1 be- invited to come out and meel t t Humphrey-Muskie, is direct Dr. Jackson's action . "
I In Cleveland, the Rev. Phale D.Hale,another leading mem- .
ginning at six o'clock at the the candidates. ing the rally. Refreshmentswill
new park on NW 17th Ave and Commissioner Athalic be served. Negro To CityCommission ber of the Convention, wrote personal appeals to each of the
convention's 5000 pastors urging them to Ignore Dr.Jackson's
,. position and "please do all that is in to get
\ ; ...... ,1 your power your
._ #,'t. :! : J people to go to the polls on November 5th and vote for HubertH.
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t.\ t Humphrey Edmund S. Muskie."
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f ; Speaking at the Chicago Metropolitan Community Church
? G.H. Cause became the first near Dr. Jackson's Olivet Baptist Church, the Rev. ChanningS.
v I Iaa Negro in the history of Bartowto Phillips, Congregationlist minister and first black candidate
{ I 'ti be elected toa public office, for President, issued the following statement:
when the citizens gave him an "I am not surprised at Dr. Jackson's action, because it is
over whelmingly margin of consistent with his reactionary posture during the years of the
; H votes and elected him to the entire civil rights movement.With amazing consistency,he has
iI \ __1 city commission. The Negro rejected every progressive program the black man has mounted -
I i and White citizens rallied behind in the past 10 years."

A' .I. i. Gause to defeat the other The Right Rev. George Baber, presiding bishop of the five
i candidates.G. million member African Methodist Episcopal Church,said the
recent endorsement of the Humphrey-Muskie ticket by 500

A 1, pl kl H. Gause has been livingin black ministers from 10 denominations at a special meetingin
U',,,ar Bartow for over forty years. Detroit, speaks for itself in answer to Dr. Jackson.
He served forty-three monthsin "I will not even dignify his action with any comment,' the ,
World War U. He is the past Methodist prelate said. ,
chairman of the Second Regional In Chicago, 35 leading Baptist ministers also repudiatedDr.
i District of the Florida Jackson's endorsement. The group was led by the Rev.

r t Morticians Association, past Clay Evans.
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tik fM 1 Club, Bartow,past president -

r I,, 1 k..w Association of the Florida, past treasurer Morticians of I P-I-P-E-L-I-N-E 1 f \I

the Voters Leagues,past Governor Black citizens are com- So concerned is the black ..
of the National Funeral plaining about the extended absences community over the rampant

Jimmy Hines, double Olympic gold medal winner and the world's fastest I Directors and Embalmers of a black member to crime wave in the city involving I
sociation of Florida, Alabamaand the Little HUD board meet mostly teenage Blacks that
human is shown here with Joe Robie, Miami Dolphin General Manager, Mrs. Georgia. He also servedon the newly formedUnitedBlack !":
claim board
ings. They a so
Hines and their young son after Inking a $75,000three year contract withj the Advisory Board of the Federation has a task force ,I
important to Blacks needs
City Commissioners of Bar- working quietly onwasto
the Miami American Football League team. tow. constant watchdopging. combat the issue.



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if\ ;1 I address myself to you in the hope that you will consider thisa l
communication on a most vital I and timely I su b.,lect. i
personal U UIn

these days of stress and strain, it is important that each one of '

us, regardless of color or religion, forget party labels and vote for
national I political leadership with logic and based.upon facts and l'.
onThere previous emotional attachment to party affiliation.not I _
Past President George W. Gore of Florida A&M University, who is now a ;
resident of Nashville, Tennessee, seated second from left, met with student are three Presidential candidates, namely, Mr. Richard M.
and faculty members the, National Honorary Society Alpha Kappa Chapter Nixon, Mr. Hubert H. Humphrey, and Mr. George Wallace. The polls
at Florida Memorial College.Dr. show that Mr. Wallace runs second to Mr. Nixon and that Mr. Humphrey -
Gore is the founder of the fraternal organization and its current exe- is way behind in third place. Most of the black citizens would
cutive secretary and treasurer. Seated with Dr. Gore are, left to right, James consider a victory for Mr. Wallace a catastrophe, and in order to
Boynton, president of the, Florida Memorial Student Government Association, prevent this, you and I, for our best interests and the welfare our
Dr. W. j. Bemhart, and James Holmes. Standing, left to right: Miss Helen children and grandchildren, should do everything in our power to
Timmons, Dr. Royal W. Puryear, President of Florida Memorial, and Mr. John defeat Mr. Wallace, and that can only be done by voting for Mr.
Price, professorof music. Nixon. A vote for Mr. Humphrey would only help Mr. Wallace to carry ;i)
the state. "

If Mr. Wallace carries the state of Florida, he will establish a per-
FOR TRANSPORTATIONTO manent third party organization in which Gerald K. Smith and Lean- g
der Perez, the two rabid anti-Negroes and anti-Jews, will be the ;
leaders of the organization, as reported by Alsop. fl

THE POLLS Permit me a word or two about why you should conscientiously and a,
patriotically vote for Mr. Nixon. c

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.693-4041 i 1. He believes that our colored fellow Americans want a share in our i;,
industrial prosperity, and that THEY ARE ENTITLED TO IT. f
He is dedicated to the proposition that the colored members of
our society should be admitted to trade unions. Exclusion of the
colored people from the trade unions is primarily responsible for
the deplorable economic condition of the colored people today

LEROYCOLLINS who have been forced to remain porters, dishwashers, and shoe ,
\ Pull shiners. l fi

2. He believes that progress without law and order is anarchy and {
Lever that law and order without justice is tyranny. i!

3. He believes that able bodied welfare dependents should be given { :

a chance to work in productive industry and thus given a chanceto t'
share in our prosperity with dignity and self-respect, insteadof
U.S. Senatef 28 running to the welfare rolls. We must train them for skills, ti
and give them a chance to run from the welfare rolls to productive ').'
Pd. Pol. Ad. employment. He believes that our record of having two fad
three generation welfare dependents is a disgrace to the frr.e enterprise
r -_ system and a degradation for those who live on dol'iS.

FRANKLIN'S CARPET 4. Hebelieves that unrestricted affiliation of black people in skilled j
labor unions and business enterprises is absolutely necessary !.
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and confusion. Woe to our
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children ,If
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utmost to defeat Mr. Wallace in this State and this can only|
A be done by you, and I voting for Mr. Richard M. Nixon.


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ql To Be equal



by Whitney M. Young Jr.
: 6530 NW 15th Ave.. Miami, Flo. 33147-Phone: 691.0421

By Booker T. Hayes Executive Director National Urban
H. League
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SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor T ... .

STANLEY I. SWEETING, Theatrical Editor You Must Become InvolvedJudging This election is one of the most important in our history,

but the issues have been lost behind a fog of meaningless slogans -

National/ Advertising Representative' from the people who confess to reading this column, like law and order, designed to appeal to the backlash

310 Madison Amalgamated Avenue Publishers New York,N.Inc.Y. 10017 I don't think I could have handpicked a m ie representativegroup vote The real issue in this election is the commitment to social -

Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association of individuals living in a greater variety of areas reform and the effort to bring equality to black Americans .

2400 S. Michigan Avenue Chicago, III. 60616 throughout the country. It has been my objective to provoke .

SUBSCRIPTION RATES thought on the various issues that directly or indirectly involve Don't let all the charges and countercharges candidates hurl

(ONE YEAR 55.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN' $6.00 us as members of society. Judging from the reactiono at each other confuse you. Look at the records of the candi.

f my readers, this effort on my part has not been in vain. dates and at their past and present commitment to the cause of
Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Pos*I ballot for the
Office The greatest tribute any writer can receive is the knowledge equal rights -- and then cast your man who will
Miami
at Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876
that his thoughts and ideas carry the approval of the majority work hardest to make black people first-class citizens in the

"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"The of his readers. Like: ill debatable Issues ther are always land that has oppressed them for 350 years.
NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead a n opinionand
and but when we express
views opinions
varying ,
the world from
racial and national
when
to every man regardless of his race antagonism, creed or color his it accords human find that it appeals to the majority, it proves we are America's list of unfinished business islong.We need massive -

;and legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no man..the Negro thinking in accord with the masses. housing for low and moderate income families; more jobs;

Press strives to help every man in the firm belief that all men I don't want my readers to get the impression that I think.it a real war on poverty; better schools; an economic security
'are hurt as long as is held back.1t .
anyone is always necessary toagree with the majority, because this program to replace the welfare system; and strict enforcement -

1 s not true. I, for one, am opposed to the choice of the ma- of civil rights laws.

ditor's. ntfbnn.h jority according to the various polls as to who is the best can- The man who is president for the next four years has to

didate for president. The popularity polls list Richard Nixonas work for these measures, and he also has to heal the deep and

the choice of the majority for president of the United States. bitter divisions that are creating, as the Kerner Commission
Ye Editor and
daughter Clarice Littles returned
onSunday Somehow, the man just does not show me anything to which I reported, "two societies, one black, one white -- separateand
from a seven-day visit to South America. They travelled with
can attach myself. It is in instances such as these when I thinkwe unequal."
of the Inter-American Travel Agents Society, Mr. Jack Cooper, should not be swayed or pressured into reacting differently Those who say they aren't voting this year are making a

Cooper's Travel Agency, Cleveland Ohio, president.This from our beliefs. We should have enough trust and consider- great mistake. They are looking for perfection in a world
the eleventh
was society's annual convention. ation in our own personal decisions to stand up for them. In where it doesn't exist. It might be pleasant to think of some-
Quito, where we spent some time is known as the essenceof
past elections, I have found that voting according to my con- one we like better than the people who are running this year,
Ecuador, Queen of the Andes and of the ages of arts. Her
museums the science has caused me no regrets.I have yet to regret having but day-dreaming doesn't change society. We have to choose
are among hemisphere's most fabled. She has
cast my ballot for a particular:: Individual,because I have voted among the men who are candidates, and this year that choice
(awe inspiring cathedrals, among them celebrated LaCam-
for those people with whom I have found some cause for asso- may decide whether American democracy will at last work for
panla, built In the early 15th century and hailed as the conti-
nent's most ciation. This does not necessarily mean personal association, everybody, or whether it will collaspe under the strains of ra-
majestic Jesuit cathedral. We also saw the ruins
but association of ideas and cism.
an remedies.
of the
city and temple of God Pachacamac.Peru .
Black Americans can Ill-afford to be apathetic toward the Those who say they aren't voting usually have the luxuryof
In which
Lima Is the capital, is a beautiful and inter-
she democratic process of voting. We must prove that we not only making such a choice. They don't live In slums, their kids
esting city. There's much to In religion and other arts.
Quite a bit of shopping was done In Lima.The concensus of want r a share of the social changes,but a voice in the adminis- aren't ruined by inadequate schools, and they have jobs But
stration of policy. Our commitment must be total In every re- for millions of others, that choice doesn't exist.
Is
opinion that we had a very enjoyable visit. Travelling on the
airships were also interesting and spect. Only through actual participation can we be sure of mo-

Charles North of the North's Travel enjoyable.Bureau was commended tivating the changes from which we will profit. If, and I say if The seven million registered black voters also have to inform -

because the results of Tuesday's elections are yet to be decided : themselves about other races besides the Presidency.
for the efficient he carried out his chair-
very way duty as
man of the convention.The Richard Nixon is elected president, we must not let the Local officials, not the President, will decide whether their
blame be streets will be paved, their schools improved and countless
placed on the apathy of Black voters. Our involve- ,
next convention
will be held In October 1969! in the Holy-
land with Freddie ment must be as evident on this issue as it has for equality. other issues. The ghetto has traditionally been short changedon
Mrs. Henderson of Henderson's Travel
Agency as chairman of the committee. Only through participation can we make the Black vote and its; these, and the only way to get equal treatment is throughthe

potentuality a realistic force to be reckoned with. ballot box.

Though we miy differ on our choice of candidates for presidents That's why I can't understand why some black power advo-

MCCARTHY FOR HUMPHREYSenator : our reason for participating should be the same. We cates have come out against voting this year. Ballot power is I

Eugene McCarthy has recommended that all those must not be content that we have voted,but use our powers of black power. The power of the vote, wisely cast, is more

who supported his unsuccessful bid to win the Democratic persuasion to encourage others to do likewise. Too many of powerful than shouting slogans. A big vote in the ghetto could

presidential nomination follow him in voting for,Hubert Hum- our people consider voting to be something we do when timepermits. provide the margin of victory In many elections, and that

phrey against GOP nominee Richard Nixon.He said he will not ; Few see it as the one)Vehicle we can count on If we means the ghetto has a.bill.to present they victor. in the form
really apply ourselves. Nothing offers us a greater stake in of support for what the ghetto wants.
be a candidate of his pa r t y for reelection to the Senate, nor
will he seek the Presidential nomination in 1972. our society than our ability to help select those people who With greater voting participation, black people have gotten

will be given the responsibility of leadership challenge each more official postions too. Nearly 700 Negroes now hold elec-

AN HONOR DESERVEDOn of you reading this column to take at least one other voter to tive offices, and this year 350 are running -- a third of themin

the polls with you. Not a person who would have voted anyway, the South.

Sunday, November 3rd, the citizens of Dade County will but someone who otherwise would not have gone. Having done But Black people shouldn't vote on racial lines alone. Often

,gather to pay honor to one of Miami's outstanding black citi- this, I guarantee you will feel a greater sense of accomplishment a dedicated white official Is more concerned than some black

zens, Dr. Elmer A. Ward. Dr. Ward Is one of Miami's pioneer the likes of which words can hardly describe. politicians. The real test should be whether the candidate will I J

businessmen who gave of his time, talent, and money in work as selfishly for the Interests of the neglected black community j

improving the plight of the black man In Dade County.- Althoughhis as Southerners in Congress work to hang on to the last

philosophies and Ideals during the years have dlffrrred vestiges of segregation.The .

with some, he, nevertheless, tirelessly and with dedication stakes are high this year. The Wallace candidacy Is

.chartered a course leading to a better day for the black citi- PHIL OSSOFER 1 bringing the hate vote to the polls, and the John Birch Society I

zens of this community.Dr. and other extremists are really active this year. Unless black J
Ward Is a native of Charlottesville Virginia and voters and the
was The number of Black owned in business to these great majority of decent,concerned white voters I
help
'the tenth of eleven children born to David and Florence M. and managed enterprises In youngsters. show the same zeal, the next four years could become a nightmare -

Ward. He Is the grandson of Noah Jackson,a slave.He attended the business world are increasing for us all. II,
elementary school In Virginia and high school in Washington, My first contact with Louise
day by day They
D. C. He received his A. B. and Pharmaceutical degrees from vary was by telephone, and I knew

De-troit the University of Toledo in Ohio. from construction retail and business establishments, engineering consult-, financial to- kindred in an instant soul whose that here burning was a We All Got To Vote, Baby ,


one son, desire was to help make our I
ing organizations. What Is now HHH has been Bro's stone boon and champion crusader
Dade Countians, 6f all races, will do themselves pride when town . and our world . a )
needed Is to longer and stronger than scene.
help prepare our American the political
any on )
they pay their honors to one of Miami's outstanding citizensDr. better place to live in. In her
youngsters to enter these Way back In 1948, HHH put so much heat on the Dixiecrats ,
Elmer A. Ward. spare time she
serves as a
trades and professions, so that teacher of at the National Demo Convention, that them redneck crackers

Black America may speed up and underprivileged couldn't take it. They got up and split the convention when the
youngsters volunteers at
its assimlation! into main- Youth Hall, where Hump sounded off about what had to be done in Civil Rights.
I have beena
-TO THE stream of American life . volunteer, for nearly five HHH had more guts than a hooker working right. in the court

its ultimate destiny. h 0 use. It was stronger poison than cyanide to talk for the
I
years. hope that
some how I
WHITE HOUSE may become involved in work- Rights of black men, In political circles twenty years ago, but

; ,' w : Thus, it is with much ela- ing with her. I want to HHH did it, and he ain't never stopped do in' it. And, he ain't

tion and great joy that I read, my business pass on never goin' to stop as long as he can get a breath of air. Incase
experience to
1
in last week's Miam'Tlm 3s, others who desire to you ain't up with how boss the Hump can sound off, you
enter
the
% Atom SEBoa S of the opening of two new enterprises business world. 1 been mlssin' somethin', baby. HHH is sayin' somethin', and

in Miami. One con- tellin' it like it Is everytime he lays it on.

cerns the training of young The other business ventureis HHH is the ONLY CHOICE for BRO on November 5. If we

people for the business world, "Afram House," which Introduces turn our backs on our political friends, we ain't goin' to have

and the other is an entry in products oriented I no friends. If we don't vote big for HHH for PRESIDENT, the

** '1iy the business world itself, specifically toward Black rest of the politicians go in' to say, "You got to be off your

HRE Y ,4 o v s spearheaded by two well- A m'r' ic a n s. Involved are bird to go out on a limb for them N . s. Just look at what

known Mlamlans.Engaged in Blanche Callow-iy, who has they did to ole Hubble. They stabbed him in the back as a reward -

these enterprises are three honored me for the past threeyears for a lifetime\ of Civil Rights crusadin'." That's the way
fine people whom I feel greatly with the role it will
of her be, baby. If you forget to vote for them that been fightin'
I- honored to know. They are "Mln Friday" on radio, and I your tight, all our gains, few and limited as they have been,

persons of Integrity who are Judge Donald Wheeler Jones, will get flushed down the political hopper.

1 deeply involved in the needs of who brought prestige to the Baby, we ain't fightin' to lose and we ain't fightin' just to

our community.One Baha'is of Miami as keynote hold our grounds.We fightta to win and we goin' to win. There

speaker for their Conferenceon ain't no that winnin'
; power on this earth can stop Bro from
enterprise is a new Prejudice J and Hum his
ts1 n fight. But, baby, if we don't learn to help our allies when
1 school for professional Rights held In Miam; In
June. they need thane
help
we goin' to be fightin' longer and harder
modeling, fashion careers and Both of these
enterprises an necessary. We got to learn to do the best with what we got to
self-improvement, the latter steps forward In the progressof do It with.
being one of the most needed economic!
equality.Both We
are got some great to use them
big votes to fight with. Wa got
Ingredients to enable our neg- shining examples of action
in
wisely in strength together
election
every
battle. We got to put our
lected youngsters to enter the the battle to achieve that
so that it will throw enough
carry some weight. If we
business world. This school Is
equality. My
earnest of
t., t. prayers our weight into the Presidential election It very well could
the brainchild of Miss Louise for ,
success to all
go who
tip
are the scales in the years.
YOU HELPED US .NOW, WE'LL HELP YOU Riley, a former model who Is Involved In them. favor of HHH, our_champion Las Vegas thru Voice I






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group of prominent black Americans have appealed to

Senator McCarthy to endorse Vice President Hubert Humphreyfor .
the Presidency of the United States, it was announced today,
by Bayard Rustin, Executive Director of the A, Philip Randolph I 1 I '
Institute.

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The statement signed by 30 Negro civil rights and political I _
leaders which appeared as a full page advertisement in the I 1 l

October 25th edition of the New York Times, asserts that,
"The next President will have the power to turn back the clock.
He may chose as many as five Supreme Court Justices, and J'd4 //t SI 1. 1ti-1 I
thus determine the character of the Court and its decisionsfor :

the remainder of this century. He will name an Attorney
General and head of the Civil Rights Commission,and will determine I \ ii

the policies they follow for at least four years. He r
will staff, direct and determine the policies and budget of the

Office of Economic Opportunity,the Department Health Edu-
cation and Welfare, the Department of Housing and Urban Development -
and scores of other federal regulatory agencies." '4'aUt



Calling this the most crucial electionsince 1876, the signersof
the statement include leading figures In Negro life. Among I DORSEY JUNIOR HIGH STUDENTS EXPRESS GRAVE CONCERN i I :I

them Mayor Carl Stokes of Cleveland, Mayor Richard Hatcherof
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Gary, the Rev.. Martin Luther King,Sr.,(father of the slain Dear Mr. McBride,
civil rights leader), the Rev. Channing E, Phillips: who sought I took this time out to write la short letter to what I think,
FROM WHERE I SIT
the presidential nomination at the Democratic National Con- [ about what you wrote in the Miami Times, October 25. This

vention, Charles Evers and Aaron Henry who led the successful j, BY BILL McBRIDE"I was the article about Dorsey Jr. High School.
attempt to unseat the regular Mississippi Delegation at the I agreed with you on everything you said, and I wish more
Democratic Convention. Negro educators are represented by people will take a little more pride in the situation. We have

Kenneth B. Clark and Benjamin E. Mays President Emeritus, "" complained many times about the situation here at Dorsey, but
hope that this article will not be like the others in the
of Morehouse College, and Vivian Henderson, President of all we get is the same old story and the same old promises.
papers written today and forgotten tomorrow. If this article
Clark College in Atlanta, Georgia. The publishers of the lar- ; Friday night, October 25, Madison Jr. High had a talent
makes one parent stand and be counted the students can say:
gest Negro newspapers, John H. Murphy, m of the Afro- Someone did care." show. While I was there, I was observing the school. Their
I American chain and John Sengstacke of the Chicago Daily Defender auditorium is so big and everything looks so neat. They also
These are the words of Mary Neloms, a concerned studentat
signed the statement, along with the presiding bishopsof have a large physical education area for teaching classes. Intact -
Dorsey Junior High, who along with 15 other members of
the African Methodist Episcopal Church and the African their school facilities look to be in tip top shape. And
the journalism class, cared enough to express their concern
Methodist Episcopal Zion Church, George Baber and WilliamJ. while looking at this school I wonder if anybody really cares
for their school in individual letters in response to our columnof '
Walls. Gardner Taylor, president of the largest and most about Dorsey.
last week: "Dorsey Junior, High Is Worse School FacilityIn
liberal Baptist organization and Edler Hawkins the first Ne- Dade '
County.
gro moderator of the Presbyterian church also signed the Sincerely yours, ,
statement.The Sorry that space would not permit us to publish all these Constance Smith

t letters.

Dear Mr. McBride,
black trade union official listed Dear Mr. McBride
highest ranking are as My name is Ray Cynthia Pratt lama student at Dorsey Jr.
,
The letters that you are to receive are from members ofDorsey's
well
Vice-President of
: A. Philip Randolph, the AFL-CIO, Journalism Class. These students wished to deeply High School. I am 15 years old, I am in the Journalism classat
Walter Davis Director of the of Education of the
Department
read the wrote about
I editorial
about article Dorsey. you Dorsey Jr.
their opinions concerning our
express : your
J AFL-CIO and Frederick O'Neal President of Actors Equity.
High. I agree with you one hundred percent,and do my peers.
I Entertainers school. We wish to thank you for your concern for Dorsey and
are represented by Aretha Franklin and Sammy
I only hope that some of our dedicated and interested parents
; its facilities and hope that in the future something will be done
Davis, Jr. The list Includes newly elected officials and men
and citizens would visit our so called Jr. High School.
to improve our school.We hope that from your article our par-
seeking public office. Clarence Mitchell II Director of the
The needs of our school are innumerable therefore I can'tlist
; ents and residents in Liberty City will see the need for im- ,
Washington Bureau of the NAACP and that organization's lead-
j provements at them all. We have complained many times about the de-
Ing lobbyist Joined in pointing out that the next President will Dorsey.
plorable situation here at our school but all we get is the same I
greatly influence the policies of the 91st and 92nd Congress Sincerely yours, old story and the same old promises. Ido hope your editorialwas
Constance Smith and Octavia Edwards
I read by many good citizens and that in the very near futurewe
Editors in chief
They all called the 1968 election a moral test for American The Golden Eagle Newspaper will see some tangible results. .

f Democracy and said,"Upon the outcome depends the destiny of|I I
I Yours
truly
millions of black American and the future shape of American?. Dear Mr. McBride, Ray Pratt ,
I Society." Imploring Senator McCarthy to bring his prestige'to Your article in the last Issue of the Miami Times was very

,. bear on this election and to motivate his followers to Join interesting and very true.Yes,I am a Dorsey student and ram Dorsey students have challenged the parents and the Liberty

i the black struggle, the statement concludes,"Our whole world in the 9th grade. I really appreciate the picture you showed City community as a whole to take whatever action is neces-

does depend on it." and what you said about Dorsey. Some kids say that you are sary to bring their school up to par -- Will we accept the

F critislzing the school, but you are not because whats true is challenge? -- Does anybody beside the Dorsey students really
true. Its high time somebody told the public about Dorsey Jr. care ? ? ?


An Open Letter To Every High I guess School.you say, "Why do you go to Dorsey?" Well, I can VICE MAYOR IRWIN CHRISTIE CARESMr.

answer that very plainly. I am a student Dorsey Jr. High

Concerned Voter because I live in the district and there is no other choice right C. T. McCrimmon, chairman .
now. But if it were not for the district or the schools too far Dade County Board of Public Instruction t

from my house I would never have come to Dorsey because it P.O. Box 6216, Station B ; . ,,

Consolidation of our police and fire departments is not is a disgrace to the Black people. Miami, Florida .

the answer to our problems.
Yours truly, Dear Mr. McCrimmon:

Additionally, our County Taxes will increase 47%. This Shirley Brown
means that we w1llbe paying halt-again as much in County I recently read about and saw pictures of Dorsey Junior High '
taxes and at the same time,we will be without the protec- Dear Mr. McBride School. I know the photographer, and can only say that obvi-
tion and services supplied by Miami's talented and train- I am a student at Dorsey Jr.High School. I read your articleon ously the pictures are accurate. m

ed professional policemen and fire fighters.We Dorsey, that was printed in the Miami Times. I was very (
impressed with the fact that someone has finally spoken up As a representative of all citizens of Miami, I, like you, must

strongly urge you to go to go to the polls on November about Dorsey. You can bet that I agree with your article one condemn the situation that exists at Dorsey. The community *
5 and vote AGAINST the proposed Metro Charter Amend hundred per cent. The school is a complete ruin. will not stand for the continuation of these problems. I earnestly ,*.ti\

ment. The issue will be located on the first voting machineat You could not visit the girls physical education dressingroom urge you to immediately undertake a program to correct -
the top. Please pull the last lever on the first row and however, I visit it five days a week, and I think it is the conditions so that the students may learn in an appropriate

vote AGAINST this issue if we are to keep low County worse than the boy's dressing room. The girls dressing room atmosphere. "..
taxes and high-level police and fire protection in the Cityof has! only two face bowls and two toilets. The girls dressingroom ',,,-
Miami. does not have enough room for us to even move about.It By a copy of this letter, I am requesting the City's Public
[ get's so stuffy in there and get sick, and I know the rest ofthe Works Depatment to look into the drainage problem in front .

Don't miss this opportunity to make your presence felt. girls get tired of it Something should be done about it. of the main building,where, lam told, water puddles even after \
Don't stay away from the polls -- You are an important From where I sit I thInk that not only one student but all the a slight rain; but,as you know, most of the other problems are ;.
factor in our democratic way of life. Go to the polls and students who attend Dorsey do understand the problem's at within your jurisdiction. I,
Vote! Vote AGAINST consolidation. Dorsey. When their eyes begin to open to the problem they .
would be well on their way to demand that Dorsey should be Sincerely, '.: '
rebuilt. Something should be done. Irwin G. Christie I
Sincerely, .Vice Mayor, City of Miami ; j tCC ,

Commissioner Miyor.Stephen P.M.Clark Athalie Range Thanks for caring, : Melvin L. Reese, ,; j f' t t '
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ATTENTION! ATTENTION! ATTENTION!
CommitteeOF ,
SUNLIGHT BEAUTY SCHOOL CELEBRATES I

THEIR 32nd ANNIVERSARYThis I'
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is invitation to
your a
DADE COUNTY PERSULAN RELAXER INSTITUTE

Featuring Bill Simmons of New York City, to be held 'M"I
REV. T. JOHNSON, President Sunlight Beauty School, 1113 NW 3rd AvenueMiami. I
Starting Sunday, Nov. 3rd from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. and II I
REV. J.E. JENKINS Monday,Nov. 4 from 9 a.m. to.4 p.m.The classes will
Chairman of Screening Committee be held under the supervision of Mr. Bill Simmons ,
nationally known hair stylist of New York City. Learn
new trends techniques innew hair cutting,designs, Miss Annetta Bowman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James I
up-to-date hair rolling and cutting, permanents,hair Bowman, Sr., 6250 SW 60th Ave., South Miami was recently
cutting, styling and hair coloring. Mr. Simmons has graduated from the Airline Training Division of Atlantic
studied and demonstrated hairstyling for years all over School, Hartford, Conn., and has accepted a position In Cus-
PRESIDENT 1-B Hubert H.. HumphreyU. the United States and all over the world,such as Lon.
tomer Services as of Oct.21,with National Air lines, in Wash- ,
don, Paris, Germany, Belgium, Spain, Mexico and I in ington, D. C. where she also plans to complete her college. "
other foreign countries. Therefore you will be in for a career.
U. S. SENATE Collinsu. great educational treat.Certificates will be awarded Miss Bowman is a graduate of Carver High School, where

.. S. CONGRESS 3-B Fascell Mrs. Eva Britt, along she was "Miss Carver High"and Miss Cinderella,"held offices ,..;
with other Persulan in Host and Hostess Club, Amicettes, Jr. Red Cross, :j
FTA, and Florida Traffic Council. For three years she has
technicians will teach
studied at W. Va. State College and Tennesee State University,
FLORIDA SUPREME COURT how to become a
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where she was "Miss TSU Welcome," and held offices in the .f
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Group
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Group 3 6-6 Carlton Dumas, formerly of D. C. 20011.

r Miami and Mrs. Willie ,
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DISTRICT COURT OF APPEALS Mr. N. H. Bronner of SPECIAL OPPORTUNITY
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R4kA'wd7'fei9t Sunday, Oct. 27, the Womenof Mrs Sammie Williams from

Mt. Moriah M. B.Church of Philadelphia, Mrs. Mozle
celebrated their an- Johnson of
I perrine, Jacksonville, Mrs,
nual Women's Day. Their Eva Collins, Mrs. Essie

t410Ca4 theme was "Christian Women Range, Mrs. Willie M. Brown
BY CLARICE LITTLES Facing their Religious Com- Mrs. Delores Collins from
Miami Times Society Editor
Passioc N.
mitments. J., Mrs Alice
BY PRISCILLA REDDING The chose as their speakers Smith, from Greenwood South
-- three outstanding women, Carolina, Mrs. Lucy Miller
Fve Just returned ,from a trip to South America Ecuadorand
( helpedto Holmes Mrs. from Eastman
2 of Bethel Baptist Mrs Evelyn Georgia
On September 27, the Choir No. and
Peru) with the Inter-American Travel
Agents Society. My the Rose Mr. Shepard
and Mrs.
of wonderful woman of Laura Adger, Rozier of Melbourne .
celebrate the birthday a very
thanks to Charles C. North who extended the Invitation for a Fla.FASHION
can
ather home when Stringer. You say .
choir
most unforgettable week. church, Mrs. Lois Sweeting. The was Mary
she arrived from morning services to give her the surpriseof that these women faced one of
Ecuador is cities steeped in historic.leeeiid: Qiiitp. Guaya- REVIEW
the day. She was given a plaque with the inscription: ToMrs their religious commitmentsby
quil Cuenca Otavalo. Ecuador is
out-of-the-way places and make the annual Fashionette Review given
sincereappreclation.Bethel'SChoirNo. by
fascinating faces. Ecuador is exotic food and eternal charm Lois Sweeting in helping the Progressive Links
omantic rain forests and quaint marketplaces. 2. Hat's off to a diligent worker and sponsor of our choir. We Women's Day program a suc- Eastern Stars of the

Ecuador's eternal charm is enhanced by imaginatively deigned wish to thank all of you for making our Women's Day such a cess. Sunday Nov. 10, Chapter at 142,
raised the
wonderful Oct 13. Bethel Baptist Church, Richmond Total amount YMCA
modern hotels that feature every facility for your com- day, auditorium
5770NW15thAve
ort and convenience. A variety of fine food awaits your plea- Heights. Mrs Cleo Warren, general chairman and co-workers. $2,466.94. at 3:30
p.m. Refreshments'Donation
attending
from out of town ,
ure. Miami Killian Campus Scene: Those
This week's the Killian Cougar's campus: the funeral of Mrs. is $1.00. Chairman
The elegant excitement of plush casinos is One more attraction happenings on is Sister
i that makes an Ecuadorian holiday an experience you'llng First of all Student senior keys are being distributed. Also Rebecca Smithwere Mr. and is Sister Geneva Cox and W,M'
remember. Enjoy yourself. Let the chips fall where they the 10th grade run offs are being held on Wednesday for the Mrs. Sylvester Bell, Mr. and Juanita Johnson.

v. offices of president, vice president and treasurer. The 1969 AMERICAN EDUCATION WEEK
Ecuador swings with everything from sultry South American Catamount, the Cougar's Yearbook will continue on sale for
rhythms 5 to the coolest Jazz. The people have a feeling for $7.00 until Thursday. Beginning November the cost will rise American Education week November 10-16. America hasa
music and a flair for fun. Ecuador is many countries rolled to $8.00. All you need is a partial payment of $4.00 to reserve good thing going- Its schools.Schools that: Sunday Nov 10
into one. your book for $7.00. Stimulate Moral and Spiritual Values. Monday Nov. 11, Streng.

Peru is a country of contrasts, of extraordinary surprises.Side The 1968 Catamount staff was analyzed and received the then the nation (Veteran's Day). Tuesday, Nov. 12 Aspire to
by side with the unique remains of ancient and flourishing second highest rank which was(first ranked). We wish to com- quality teaching. Wednesday, Nov. 13 Provide equal opportunity -
cultures stands the present with its work and a promising mend the yearbook staff from last year and wish the staff this Thursday, Nov. 14 Foster lifelong learning. Friday,

future.Three regions, three climatesthree different types of year the best of luck.In Nov. 15, Promote economic prosperity Saturday, Nov. 15,
andscapes which carry the amazed spectator from the bar- the area of sports competition the Cougars face the Strive for healthy personality development.Visit your schools!

enness of the coast to the luxuriant Jungle by way of the ma- Northwestern Bulls in their annual Homecoming game. The 0
sty of the Andean peaks covered with eternal snow. Cougar's look forward to a win after being defeated two weeks

Side by side with the relics of three thousand years of hisfry straight. Starting November 13, on the school campus the
rise modern, comfortable hotels and well equipped fac- Drama Club will present its first play entitled "The Miracle

i The roads along which the Incas, originators of the Worker," make sure you are on the scene.
I socially organized empire of the American continent, Recipients of the Lawn of the Month was Mr. and Mrs. -s:
once marched have been resurfaced or replaced by modern Charles Smith Jr., of ((10401 SW 104th Avenue). Cleaning the
highways which link up all points: of this large and beautiful lawn is no easy task therefore the Smith's family includes
country.A this as a family task where everyone chips in and does a fair

generous people,_Bread; traditions, unexpected sceneryand share. Make sure your lawn Is groomed on sides, front and
rich cities make of Peru a welcoming and fascinating back, trimmed hedges and sidewalk edges trimmed. You may
country. be the next recipient of having the honor of receiving this pre-

During our stay in Lima its citizens were celebrating the sentation.The : : :
Feast of Our Lord of the Miracles. This is the classic fiestaof FC Martin Elementary School PTA, will hold its regu-

Lima when homage is paid to the Senor de los Milagros, lar monthly meeting Monday, Nov. 4, at 8 p.m. in the school _
Patron of the city.The picture, painted by a Negro slave in the, cafetorium. There will be a panel discussion on "The Valueof
17th century, is in the Nazarenas church Many miracles are Education." Members of the panel are: Rev.Theodore Gib- 5
attributed to this figure. A replica is taken out in processionon son, Dr. Herbert Greene, Mrs. Donald Sanders and Attorney
three dates: the if, 18, and 28, when thousands of people James Matthews. The moderator will be Mr. Edward Hanna.
fill the streets to watch the procession goby, and to accompany For your entertainment the Richmond Heights Jr. High andF. r
it. Most of these faithful wear a purple robe tied with a white C. Martin Chorus will perform.

cord, and form a compact mass around the image as it is car- Parents and friends are invited. Please come out and sup- ., i- 1LS
ried along. Pilgrims from all parts of the country come to port your PTA. Rev. L. Rolle, is president and Mr. W. A.
Lima for this event. Special stands are set up selling decorated White, is principal. 1

candles and other religious objects having reference to the Tuesday, November 5, is election* .day.Exercise your. power.
celebration.Peru Go t5..the polls and vote.. C

an unforgettable experience! On November 2, a Fall Talent Show will be held at the Com- ,,a. yh
munity Police Building, 4343 NW 17th Avenue. Many of the
On Sunday, November 3,a Cultural Testimonial honoring Dr. participants are from the Richmond Heights area. Come out
Elmer A. Ward at Florida Memorial College Auditorium 8 p.m. and enjoy an evening of entertainment. Sponsored by Inshempt
The excellent work done by Dr. Ward during the many yearsof Ambassadors for Youth Development, Inc.
his leadership in our community clearly warrants thisTestimonial

Congratulations)
It's another exhibition for artist, M. Jorie Austin at the
pageant Gallery, 4216 NE 2nd Avenue. November 1st to 20th. SUNLIGHT GRADUATIONThe

LaVern Smith, student at Miami-Dade J.C. North is
public is cordially invited VISIT THE
among the semifinalists for Orange Bowl Queen. to attend the 32ndAnnual
Friends of lona Greene are happy to know that she has returned Graduation of Sunlight Beauty STYLED BYKRISTINE
to business after an extended illness. NOVHOME
School on Sunday, November
Mrs. Helen Scott of New Orleans decided to rest in Miami 10 at
3:30 p.m. at the Churchof of California
after her South American trip before returning to her home
the
Open Door 8th Avenue
in New Orleans. No modest!
and 61st Street.
Among the out-of-town relatives in Miami for the funeralof Sunlight Beauty School will bodice here. )
.James Reddick were K. D. Reddick, Annell Franklin, Ed- hold its
Annual prom on Nov.
Shiny tie silk
winda Marks, New York City; Emmalena Tancil, Washington, 7th at the Continental Club at
D. C. ; Pannie Lipscombe, Chicago; Marcia Marks, Barbara 7th Avenue and 60th Street. SHOW dress ties tight |

Scotia College, N. C. Charmaine M. Smith, Atlanta; and John This promises to be ade- as you dare.
R. Marks n, Florida State. Friends who came to Miami were
llghtful affair all are welcome.
Nello Williams, Philadelphia; ThomasSuttonand Mr.and Mrs. Quite wench-y. .1

Edward Gardner of Ft. Lauderdale.Mrs. 'provocative. From ]
Bessie Crawford Augusta,Ga. is visiting her daugh- HAIR DOESN'T GROtt
Size 3.
Magenta
ter, Mrs. Mattie Simmons, 1360 NW 68th Street. I. ,

New World A'Coming is the theme for Church Women United green, pink.
ITCHY SCALP?
in Greater Miami, North's World Community Day, Thursday, s $ Merely $20.
November 7, Miami Springs Villas, 500 Deer Run.Doors open
at 11 a.m. Make your reservations before Monday, November I SEE THE
4, $3.00 includes luncheon and program. I NUKAIRard
Little Drashane Rolle and her grandmother, Mrs. Mildred Home of PACESETTERS OF FASHIONS

Rolle returned to the City after an extended trip to Los the Future featuring

Angeles, New Jersey and New York. LORY'S MODELSand
Ida Belle Moseley, Rosa Mosley, Tammy Holdon and Ira N.S./.D./ ITHE
Everette jetted to Tampa to attend the wedding of her cousin, I Pav/l/ion/ /
Judy Holton to Mr. Eddie G. Goodwine.
THE KING'S MEN
Here for the funeral of Martin Simmons were Mrs. Emma # *
.q r Fine Furniture
Godfrey, Mrs. Artis Williams, Laura Williams, and Hamp At A
Bracefield, New York; ClabonandCharleneKingand daughter,
Stephanie, Atlanta; and Emma Simmons, St. Louis. ., Free PrizesDinner "CALENDAR TEA & FASHION SHOW"Sunday

Get well wishes to: Lillian Eve Sawyer continues to be a patient -
November 10 __ 4 to 6
p.m.
at Mt. Sinai; Eugenia Williams at Doc tors; Carmen Jack-
son at home. Ebenezer Methodist Church, 1042 NW 3rd Ave.to .

Ixora Neighborhood Girl Scouts will celebrate its Founder's d hatrgrowth nd fiv you j jf KeyAUDITORIUM benefit Women's Day Donation $1.00

Birthday, Saturday, Nov. 2, at Allapattah Junior High School, t rrlt Q Dandruff, rhyjcalp !
10 a.m. 12 a.m. All troops and registered. adults as well as t nd tgUmg holr. Ak tot [Tremendous Sale Going
friends of Scouts are invited. 0>your foyifif* t yty *.alon Open 9 9LoRJfs
Dr. Nathaniel and Lugusta Colston jetted to Detroit to attend *r drug stOrtr. ''; :':.'-.- ; NOV. 2-10
the funeral of her brother. TWi' Mn H.v>pl y Ohly.IS _
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Earle Mizell visited Atlanta to share in the homecoming Saturdays Noon-l0 p.m. I 9 L(9l9

. festivities at Morehouse Temple Add Sundays 1 9 p.m. YLORY'S
Eleanor Smith entertained the Links on Saturdayather Co- Weekdays 5-10 .
conut Grove home. p.m.A FASHION SHOPS . EVERYWHERE!

Friends of Dr. I. P. Davis are happy to see him up and : Rimmeir Production 6112 NW TTH AVENUE (EDISON CENTER)
around again after a serious illness. '


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Applications are now being president of Hirsch Interna- *' :;
accepted for Adolph Hirsch tional) consultants and
.. Scholarships.benefitting dis- fiduciaries) in New York, the
advantagedadults, according $10,000 program has been 1
to -Mr-Robert Allen/dean funded by.birthday donations
LINOTYPETHE of the University of ,Miami's: from friends of Mr. Hirsch
Division Continuing Educa

LITTLE RED BOOK: People are curious cusses, . tion. He not only agreed to supple-

And peculiar i : Our pillar. .of an edition ago itemed an expectant ment gifts, if necessary, but : ........... ..
The
scholarship -
; demise oy a local big-wig that'al 10-year has also pledged to augmentthe ". '-." ",. '
headline the obituary pages..Atter its appearance f program will provide tution fund by$1,000 annually.Income -,:- 't_.: 6" ___1
conclusions r grants in non-credit coursesat from the
were reached ?Assumptions principal, plus
were cast . Decisions wen the university for whites, one-tenth of the original fund, BROWNSVILLEDRUG
made--ALL in the wrong direction...Folk! Negroes, Cuban exiles and will be used in granting the
are prone to jump to conclusions . The other foreigners who need helpIn scholarship aid.Applications STORE
gobble up the unknown and with a venomou:s making their way in society.
tongue spit their poison in the direction o t Scholarships will be awardedto may be made SERVING THE BROWNSVILLE
their choice -- which is ofttime very, ver Y those applicants most In through neighborhood as- COMMUNITY FOR 18 YEARS
wrong . JolienR.Taylor once columned need of Job opportunity programs sociationssuch asEOPIand
: "Ain't It Peculiar" ? ? ?. It. is rode. intensive English settlement houses--as well as 4634 NW 27 Ave.
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one's privilege to think . But don't accuse . Why point courses and guidance in tech- through the Community Relations 634-7233
nical and communicative
the accusing finger in an unknown direction ? ? ? If you are Board.
curious about an explanation, see the author of the piece in skills.
WATCHES RADIOS
The university will considerthe
question . But by all means don't take for granted . In Judging applications is a establishment of neighbor-
all probability you'll be wrong. four-man committee com- hood classes should enough SUN GLASSES CLOCKS

posed of Robert Sims, execu- interested students be
NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Wondering what happened to ex-City tive director of the Dade available in a given area, Prescriptions Our Specialty
of Miami police chief H. Leslie Quizz? ? He's at the Dinner County Community Relations according to Dr. Allen.
Key Marina yacht docks and continues in the City's employ Board; Dr. Luis R. Molina, *
. Mrs Carl(Eugenia) Williams at Baptist Hospital for ma- coordinator of the UM Cuban No specific number of DRUGS COSMETICS SUNDRIES
r} jor surgery>;.. James(Buster) Collie ended his six months Cultural program; J. Calvin Hirsch Scholarships will be GREETING CARDS NOTARY GIFTS
: stay in Alexandria Bay, NY . It's a '68 Impala for Kyles Leonard, acting chariman of granted each year.Rather,the I
I' Curry . The Jimmie Reeves' acting silly? the human relations depart scholarships will be granted I. 1-
I': ment; and Dr. Allen. annually until all available Warren Welters, Reg. Pharmacist '
funds for each year have been (T.F.)
SALT WATER TAFFY: NathanKUlerDUler)Miller in Nassau Created by Adolph Hirsch, used
to build and operate aGuestRoomingHouse in Adderley's
Addition . Johnny Burke now an Independent AGVA agent-
producer, shaking off all shackles of associates . After I
Bahamian Patricia Lightbourne left the Mexico City Olympicsshe uB
housegue ,ted here with kinfolk the Raoul(Syble) Ramos'
\ enroute to her native Nassau ? Zeke Brady buried hir
motherinlaw from Richardson Mortuary Monday Add October -

Birthdays: Anthony Armbrister, 28. ID I N S

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THE WEEK'S WASH: Audley Richardson and L i b e r t y City
elementary schoolmarm Eloise Smith-Johnson became MR
and MRS in a home ceremony October 24. . Teacher's Aid Flori Roberts
Estella Adderley expecting a little assistant in midDecember
. Yvonne Galloway and Stanley Campbell tore up their
beauty happening
final papers. They're rewelded and have decided to Try It L__
Again .Bethune elementary schoolovely Myrtis Thomas and 1
h her spouse Bennie (of Opa-Locka)are expecting their 4th Bundle ' at
of Joy any day DOr.le. Roy Hamilton bowed out from
Harry's American Show Room"at the Eden Roc Sunday night. burdine's downtown miami\

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STUFF AND SUCH: The Atlas (Yvonne)Turners celebrated ,
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their 6th October 26 . Smiling Franklin Ross squiring a :
cute filly around in his white Caddy. . Ex band leader-gui >'::..;"" featuring Miami's masterof
tarist Alex Stevens (who headed a former Rockland Palace I <: beauty ;)

combo) now dealing in Indianapolis real estate . Bethune J. Dallas Robinson
t. elementary schoolmarm Barbara Jones expecting her youngun
sometime in November . Look for Miss Black America plus internationally famed artist i of
contest to rival the original Miss America pageantin protest) '
evening i fantasy looks, Mr. Giovann i i. _,
in another week's ,time . Recommended: The Jim Brown-
... Diahann Carroll-Julie Harris opus "The Split." plus Mistress of ceremonies, Blanche

Galloway. 1
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SCRATCH MY BACK: RN Edith (Baby) Roberts-Bragg on a Discover the new soul shades for your sklnl'l! >
month's vacation from her medical chores, attended the 59th N; See complexion care made simple! Plus-a ;>
Nurses Association's convention convening inHollywoodFla) ya k bonus gift, live music, step-by-step illustrated
last week the delegates were guests at the Hollywood Beach take-home course on how 'n' where to make-up.o(
hotel . Rev Stafford Sweeting and his Church of God (Orthodox ft
) congregation broke ground in Carol City Sunday on a :, % '"
one-acre tract at 27th Street for their new edifice . The THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14th, 3:30: P.M. S
Willie (Laura) Grahams are now freeholders.Their new home k ? FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15th, 7:30: P.M.
is located in the Gladesview of h
sector Northwest Miami. .-
Dining Room third floor
The Four Tops headline a Miam Beach Convention Hall q.: ,
misical show bill November 8. TICKETS 3.50, redeemable anytime in

Flori Roberts makeup J {
SWEETS' TREATS: "Around Our School" -- a spicy, Informative -
Make reservations now at Flori Roberts
interesting and well-prepared index of happeningsat
Dunbar elementary. edited by Ellen H. Williams it's an cosmetic counter, Burdine's Downtown
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initial news offering that'll herald once a month. . It was a, T'" Miami.

Great Day for grandpop Henry Saunders when his daughter lI .
Lorraine Puyol's home held a blast for him on his 84th birth
day (Oct 7). Grands and great-grands joined in the day that 1'A y ,.
boasted 'everything1 from soup to nuts... Did we tell you that .;',
Leo Ambrister Jr (a FAMU senior) and a classmate Barbara "
Reeves of surburban Seville (outside Daytona Beach) were h '.;t"!'''' '1
p
merged since September 6? Ambrister gets his degree in r .. .lh1i
March. Barbara follows soon after 1. :I " '. 4


CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: Columbus Smith and Willie Hop
at Hotel Shelborne . The Treniers at Newport Resort 4 y
Motel's 7-Seas Lounge . .Bill Cosby takes his comedy and .
wit into Miami Beach audit November 17 along with special

guest star 0. C. Smith . WQAM Radio's presentation of a 5 99
Miami Pop Festival at Gulfstream Park December 28 will
feature Booker T and the MG's on its star-studded bill-of-fare ,
. Jr Walker and the All Stars with Marvin Gaye will co 1 p e i
feature along with a galaxy of top talents on December 29 . 0 ,
December 30 finales a hectic 3-day collage beautiful music f2t t
when the Joe Tex revue appears in support of nine other top- 4 'yMIi1I
notch talented acts.-- it's recommended stuff.. Tom Higgs Zi7T
surprised his mother Miriam Sweeting on her birthday October
18 when he planed over from Nassau for the occasion . I ,.

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everybody and everybody's racket, but who is allways giving' : ft'Yii-'

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F. S. E. S, REPORT:

II I Training Jobs Open Now t


U you have no experience but want to work here

I r0'"d CCt is an opportunity to learn a trade. Each week the Florida

FREEBUY State Employment Service will list several trainee positions ,

open in the Miami area. All you have to do Is apply

I 1/ for them at the Employment Service office listed below. A4V
2 BRANDED ((1)) A Hialeah employer needs a welder's helper for f BY DAVE BONDU

NEBfl U.S. CHOICE d c ittf I steady year around work. Experience Is not necessarybut
you must be a dependable and careful worker. The
ROAST BEEF SANDWICHES salary starts at $2.00, an hour for a five day, forty hour you missed me last week, "I is sorry." I was one sick
I
OR 2 BRANDED I week. chile, and I wasn't alone. Mayme was,sick too. We both had

NEBA ((2)) An employer in the NW area needs a trainee to learn the flu and I hope that never happens again. Last week I received -
I VIRGINIA HAM SANDWICHES AND GET I plastic injection molding. You mist have your own transportation a letter from a fine and long time friend, Mrs. Jean

ABSOLUTELY FREE and be interested in night workfrom 10:40 p.m. Cohen. She and her husband, Morris,own and operate the South-
IINEBl\ Farm Market on 62nd Street near 22nd Avenue She
ern
starts at
The
I to 7:00 a.m., Monday through Friday. salary
writes
WITH THISCOUPON hour with overtime. ;
8 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU $1.80 an
I 38th Strut& Siecapne Blvd,. Mum) 178th ((3) A Hialeah employer needs a concrete worker. Ex- The word "Ghetto" widely used among the news media and

OPEN 7 DAYS Strut Cauiiway. Nirth Bay Village perience is not necessary but you must be in good physi- sociologists today strikes deep distaste in my mind. Words
A WEEK 163rd St. ft N.I. 10th Ant. North Mueil cal condition. The salary will start at $2.00 an hour for a like "Slums" "Slum Dwellers" are bandied about,regardlessof
I 183rd St ft Collins "Ielll
Annul. Miami Buck
till the wee Sunnn it Getaway Ft. Liudtrdilt. five day, forty hour week. their impression on people who must read the paper and see

small hours 11th ft Commercial. Blvd. Ft Liudtrdil. i Apply for these jobs at the Industrial office, Florida themselves referred to as "Slum Dwellers." Various com-

I OFFER GOOD THROUGH State Read 7. liudtikill I State Employment Service, 1350 NW 12th Avenue, Room munication agencies in Dade County label the Black communities -
SUNDAY. NOV. 10.1968 North head 1 Hwy. it 14th St., Pempine Buck offices at 8 also
280. Employment Service are open a.m. sharp, as "Ghettos" overlooking the fact that the Blacks

-.I through Friday. have in their homes families and businesses.The .
Monday
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word "Ghetto" is abominable to me since they were

originated with Jews when the Romans conquered Palestinein

WWOOLWWORTH'S TEETHING 70 A.D. The Ghettos of the'middle ages were usually the

undesirable sections of towns. They were densely crowded,

h AIN ? surrounded by walls with gates that were locked at night.

Switch. to llh'OIl'IIIIOW look .

u fi Millions of mothers ref]y The denotation of the word"Ghetto"therefore, incorrect. '1
'f\; on Baby ORA-JEL liquid' The connotation remains in the minds of those who cannot
Put
on-pain's gone
'1 1 ';. Recommended by man'); buy homes where they please. Pehaps, however, as soon as
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p pediatricians. Easy I;[ we stop using the word "Ghetto" and stop Impressing upon

-1 relief.use. Brings Carries prolongei, Goo 4 I[ Blacks that they are "Slum Dwellers" the pride which comes

1 tME Housekeeping warrant y)' with living and being part of a community such as Miami can
;' c7 a "o seal.Ask pharmacist to r be instituted.

a BABY I enjoy reading your, column, it is so down to earth. ;

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as El" VIP OF THE WEEK: Mayor Steve Clark

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f.'n George Foreman. Say it to yourself for at 19 years of age

and weighing 213 pounds he is black and a mightly powerful

"boy." Best of all, he is a proud black American. After beat- ;

Ing his heavyweight Russian opponent in the Olympics and

Naturally' HMlthr>" Normal.j' Hair taking his gold medal, he walked around the ring last Sunday '+

GROWS from the HAIR ROOTS night and waved the American flag. His"manager said,that the
I
n! ; ,; In YOUR SCALP The cpndltloa ef they Interested In United States Power.
depend heavilyon only power were was ;
} your tM noun ;
: i'i} ,tealp.; Year* ago! health DOCTOR of CAR-your George is going into professional boxing and promises to outclass .
'. 1 NOT Invented medicated tar Cassius Clay and be the champion we have not had since
formula called CARBONOlLi
r-ct' which U mixed with many prov.beneficial Joe Louis. I only hope he will be the kind of champion that Joe
'n IncredlenU. CAX was and still is andwill give the youngsters of this country
+" BONO T : r + ful anliaeptle and doet ouch tine someone to look up to again. <
: work In helping an ITCHY
1 BUMPY DANDRUFF ecalp Ut.'
__ % many and PRESCRIBE DOCTORS : for II highly many The time has come for all of us to vote . vote as if our

scalp troublci Many annoyfn* very lives depended on it, and they Just might. In an article in
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externally caused acalp eondl-
' :.ftIr.th creatly relieved by the the ,Readers Digest for this month, there was a statement of
Triple' ttrenvth UP What One Vote It written Fulton Lewis III and
t formula Write for into DOCTOR Can Do. was by ,
./ GENUINE: SCALT FORMULA mentioned the fact that the right to vote is enjoyed by only i
no will bo aent to you all
L I % & iitAn ready * us* i* few people in the world today. Men die in the struggle to
7, row 7 DAYS and If
: aUifled. your money you beck arc Pay not achieve the privilege, yet apathy is the greatest enemy. 38

f :" ,' a elude only 9190 everything on. deUvery.Don't This pay ln.- percent of the eligible voters did not vote in the 1964 Presi

penny more. You get It with full. dential election. Many Americans are unaware that one vote
,' direction Use tho flnnt KZ.DI.CATJtD
SCALP FORMULA your could change the destiny of the country.He gave several cases
w money can buy. Your hair and
scalp deserve fine car*. Just send where less than one vote per precinct could have won for, a.
/ your name and addreia to-.GOLD
uuu. ad=DAL HAIR PRODUCTS INc candidate. Vote . please vote! <,
Dep t, 14,''Inweod, 1.1 y. !1616

roRaluw "WoE, TH1sei.a tyrit And speaking of voting . may I suggest that you vot
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rtntO SWITCHERY ten money ell fuaranteo.ITEM. AGAINST the consolidation.The proposed Charter Amendment

tl 1; reads: Whether Section 8.01 of the Home Rule Charter shall be

& i Amended to transfer to the Dade County Public Safety and
Make the big change! To a ._- ,j
Fire Departments, Respectively.On October 19 69,All Municipal -

blond or brunette. Match ;.i police and Firefighting Functions, Powers, and Real and

your own hair coloring. New i Personal Property used by each such municipal department.,
*477
For proposed charter ammendment ( )
head smashing fall.Or S4.M
curly or a ,
Against proposed charter ammendment ( X ) ;
a whole wardrobe of now .

looks. It's easy with Taney. I have said before that my reason for not wanting consolf-

Wiglets and falls of Tancylon dation (and it is a very selfish one) is because each night at

least twice nightly,a City policeman drives up my block check
miracle fiber -
The
mod acrylic. ing the neighborhood. If the force is consolidated,this policeman t
that look and feels like I will be reassigned and I will be left without the protec:

hair!Holds its set,even in the *' . f tion and service I presently have.Fire protection takes a partof

weather Washes -t my thoughts in this matter; lower insurance rates, and the
dampest ,
''' 1 w ? 47% increase in taxes with a decrease of service under con .

brushes, beautifully! wNMn solidation are other reasons I am against it. You vote as you

/ \ choose in this free country of ours, but want you to be aware

Curly Head 9| QC >e A LITTLE EXTRA! of the facts before you step into the voting booth. Nuff said.
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stretch wig . G d*i PI a.ii....IoftTo..-.n.tit ....;..This oJ 11..'.{.Mw.ctr"ttNMa w".t "A sew u ttlI.tr..o. QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Sorry I didn't get In a last / ,

_... N.oml..fM.you Howl fo.v.a.W"" IndItdu.I and.wn, III'_ minute thing on Clyde Killens Halloween Ball last night, but I 1
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5 nnd d pu n uf o dt otit C.... combined with flrrunocrwlrlne will fill you in on it next week . At the Marco Polo Indies
tiwl i' *sod fcioperti*
I 13 99 to m.k a In*. ry=-r'wit.,you HMO.Tnk. black in
Room will find the smoothest singingest boy
long fall Hwif N MINT IKO wltn otltciu. K4IM>p you ,
.I toco In aiKk or wnno.tll.l
30h 14 14. at Cue America. He is killing them with "It's Marvelous," "Nobody
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iuM it: 14.: i a CUB_
--- Knows How I Feel This Morning," "Everyday" and a solid
tot MEDAL' riCURI BauMCtin.
fall..1 2 99 teat.M-*,IeroL 1., N.r,1I6 NInclosed hour of other favorites. You Just gotta go see him. Admissionis

short Cup She, ..... Color free, tables are free,and there is only a two drink minimum

Order Q Chick Find, n and Caih Cold R heal tiit.nd pays pMen.pest| to see and enjoy Joe Williams.He is the greatest. . Speakingof

rharmQ greatest in motion pictures is the Split with Jim Brown t.

88 r on Collect delivery on to Delivery me pins(1,postage I will) pay and po C tm.OCEmt > Sorry to hear that Peggy Green lost her baby she was expect

VViglet ... ell..u) ing. Our sympathy to her and hubby . James R. Jackson,
-Send your ntme and address fo
CWeedia! atm latest girdles. bras im Director of the Manpower Program of EOPI is making great I.
bnuty
477 strides In getting the CEP program off the ground. There are
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,' tim lots of good Jobs for the citizens of the model cities area.
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.Vo. '" Tht is it for this week.Till the next one, LIVE LIFE EVERY
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All loyal Northwesterners are celebrating HomecomingWeek
'" by participating in a variety of events preceding the

with Killian on Friday.pig .
Out of all of my experiences this weekend,there Is one cer- Homecoming game
bowsshort pants and other childish attire
tainly worth mentioning. It occurred Saturday night when four A tails, ribbon

other fellows and myself visited the new NEBA restaurant, were worn Monday which wasKiddie'sDay. Tuesdaystudents

located on 36th Street and Biscayne Blvd.,for a late snack. We H decked out In their best for Dress-up Day. Wednesday was

4rrived at approximately 12:50, placed our orders and waited Sweatshirt and Sneakers Day. Thursday the school mourned in
black for those sad Cougars. Friday will be Blue and Gold Day.
for-them to be cooked. After being served we began eating and
not five minutes later, one of the two fellows there came out Friday night the northwestern Bulls will sock-it to the once

from behind the counter and asked us to leave because it was number one ranked Killian Cougars, at the J-C stadium. The

Closing time. I turned to him and answered"We are Just about Bulls will show the Cougars that they are"too hard to handle"

through, would it be all right if we remained until we fin- Mrs. Miriam Pratt, coordinator for the Federal Grant Project -

ished?" His reply was "Then you're not leaving?" My reply and Mr. Frank Cannon Executive Director of Metropoli-

was "No, not until we finish."He then Informed us that he was tan-Dade County EEVC addressed the studentbodyduringNational -

about to call Metro. We finished our meal and ]left before they Vocational week. -

arrived. I wonder if he would have done the same thing with X Cooperating in an exchange program, Mrs. L,Mitchell, so-

five white guys? /e cial studies and Miss H. Robinson, English were replaced by

I i. * * * * * * * / 4 Mrs. Kuvin and Mr. Heilberge, two teachers from Coral Park.

I Paula Johnson, Miami Jackson junior,threw swinging Sat-

i irday night set at her Liberty City home. There was a mixed

&roved of eroovers from Miami Jackson. Miami Northwestern. School Students

Miami Central Miami Beach and Miami Edison on hand to join High I

in the fun. Some of the pretty girls playing the scene were

Stephanie Frederick, Veronica Harris, Queen Gibson, Ernestine tit Meek
Sod Safe
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Brinson and Sherilyn Rawls. In Get Out Vote Drive

(, Another swinging Saturday night,set took place at Leona An- This weeks Soul Sister is the very pretty high -- - - - - -

pad. Leona, who Is a senior at Miami Jackson, hosted school senior, Margaret Elliott rm sure the fellows Dade County highschool the primary and intermediate

E's General friends, her Bull friends, her Stingaree friends recognize Margaret who is seen at every Miami students, motivated by the so- grades.

even a couple in the Miami'Beach Tides family. Miami's Jackson game out on the field-front cheering her cial studies faculty, have "This is a rare opportunity

Own Mr. Hawk was out that night, but the fellows didn't mind team to victory. Her hobbies are dancing, reading and launched a gigantic getoutthevote tin! which we can prove to

because there were plenty of pretty girls to keep them warm. meeting people. drive, in cooperation witha youngsters that democracydoes

Among them: Linda Snow, Sheila Miller, Johnese Monroe and countywide "civic pride" work," he said. "In this

Clara? House of Photography photo contest. project we have families,civic
Bonded Rental Agency was the setting for another party ...
---=:. fJI'f' Sponsored by the Mensa organizations, and the public
thrown Saturday night by Mr. and Mrs. Mozell Allen of 1245 Committee for Good Citizen schools working together
N\V 58th Street, in honor of their daughter's sixteenth birthday.
ship, the contest will award a toward a common objective -
Pretty faces setting off the party were Renae Littleton Dar- olPOI .
and a most vital objective."
;; pennant each to the school and
shon Clayton, Adell Jones an Denise Bendross, all sophomores /
the municipality that mustersthe A below's Idea stemmed
of Miami Edison High School.
greatest percentage of its from the "a ma zing results
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voters to the polls on election achieved by students in the
There aren't many conversations going on around, town that day., registration drive." Based on
don't include the fabulous Ebony Fashion Fair at Dade County ft
Rp by Miami
HThe students are taking a pilot rag ram
Auditorium Sunday evening. The presentations were accepted r part in a great experiment In Beach High, the countywidedrive

with overwhelming appreciation by the Miamians who turned !I American democracy may produced a finalweekwave
out to see the elegant apparel. Some there were Brenda Ben- of than
well be duplicated all over the more 50,000citizens -
nett, Denise Sawyer, Rose Reeder, Ruth Clark,Rosalyn John- \ 4 tgt United States in the next elec- who poured Into regis-
and Sandra
son Murray.
tion," chairman Joseph Abe tration centers.
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t low said. For contest purposes,
Miami Jackson defeated Miami Central of 28-0
by a score have
Commending Chairman Dade's 16 municipalities
Friday night In Miami Dade Jr.College Stadium.As anticipated -
Abelow "for having conceivedthis been divided into three groups
11 was a battle of the bands. The Miami Central Rockets
original idea," Metro according to population.Sepa-
marching band gave the Generals a little more competitionthan
rate school and community
Mayor Chuck Hall has issued a
they expected. Some of the girls swinging with the band -"I -- .-.-.
proclamation designating Nov. winners will be named in the
on the sideline were Lillian Ledon and her little sister, Bop, Vernon Paschal, son of Mr.
WEDDINGMr. 5, as "Civic Pride in unincorporated areas, which
Bernice Ward, Anne Cleveland, Joyce Wharton, and Ronnie and Mrs. Bobby Paschal, was Day
Metropolitan Dade have been divided into six con-
Harris. I must mention that several young men commented on elected Juvenile Master of and Mrs. Barry Mit- County.
Joseph L.DeChurch test The University of
head swingette Beverley Parks, who they thought was tough Modern Free and AcceptedMason's chell announce the marriageof ,super- areas.
visor of social Miami Section will
enough In her beaut of an Afro wig. of the World. their daughter, Sarah Mae studies, has Computer
* * * * * * * to Mr. Clarence William tur- asked elementary school principals compute winners from final
Vernon is an 8th grade stu- to involve children in precinct reports.
Congratulations are in order to Elaine Bullard, Dezsma ner. The ceremony will take

Cobb and Vickie Gary who graduated from Burdine's Glam- dent at Brownsville Jr. High. place, Saturday, Nov 2,at The

ourama Class Saturday, October 26, in the Hibiscus tea room. He is also a member of the Church of the Open Door. Re- r

Keep up the good work girls. American Jr. Bowlers' Association ception will follow. Carver Jobmobi/e/
toe Liberty City Boy'sClub
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r'on' Saturday, November 2, the Girl Scouts of this district president; and a former ,

will acknowledge their annual founders day ceremony. This member of the EOPI, youth "Mr. Teenage"The Ranches LocationsThis

celebration is in commemoration of the Girl Scout founder, council.Mr. .
first annual"Mr.Teen-
Joliet Lowe. Participating scouts will range from Brownies News Is where the Jobmobile
Elijah E. Mills, is di- age Dade County" contest will
tcj.Seniors. The ceremony will be held in the Allapattah Jr. is:
rector.ROBERT. be held at the Coral Gables Walter Bow.
High Auditorium, from 10:00 to 12:00.until Youth Center, 400 Anastasia By Monday, Nov. 4,7:30a.m.to

later, do your own thing. Avenue at Lejeune Road, on 4:30 p.m. Grand Ave. and

Sunday, December 8, at 2 p.m. The Veterans of Foreign Douglas Rd. Coconut Grove.

Any teenager is welcome to Wars Post No. 8195, will hold Tuesday, Nov. 5, SW 66th

enter if he has not reached his its regular meeting Sunday, Street and 59th Place. Across

20th birthday Entry forms Nov. 3, at 5 p.m. Officers and from EOPI Center.

S. I t may be obtained from any Dade members please be present at Wednesday, Nov. 6th same

r. County Park and Recreation the post home on PembrokeRd. place.

Center or aphysicaleducation Don't forget your Fridayand Thursday, Nov. 7, NW 17th

teacher at school. Entries can Saturday night fish fry. Ave. and 46th Street.

also be obtained by writing: The ladies Auxiliary Post.No. Friday, Nov. 8, 7:30: a.m.to

Mr. Teenage: Dade County 8195 will be right there to 11:30 a.m. NW 17th Ave. and

contest, Dade County Park and I serve you. 46th St.

Recreation Department, 50SW Mrs. Eugunia Davis of Co- Saturday, Nov. 9, 9:00 a.m.

32nd Rd., Miami, Fla. 33129. lumbia South Carolina, is en- to 1:00 p.m. NW 17th Ave.and

"...',:-' . Deadline date for entries is joying herself in the sunshine 46th Street.

'1 Dec. 15,1968.Contestants will state visiting her brother, Mr.

be judged in lifting and John H. Thomas, he is retired -
1 physique contests. Trophies from the Merchant Marine
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PITTS will be He The studio Is located, 771 NW
awarded to the first, sailed for 29 years
I BARBER second and third place winners He lives at 4819 SW 20th st.! 22nd Rd." Ft. Lauderdale.The
I areas of study Includes: Piano,
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Carver
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(formerly of Dave's Artistic Ranches.The .
vocal brass,
techniques,
lair BarberShop) This "Mr. Teenage DadeCounty" daughter of Mr. and in-
woodwln and percussion
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Contest is Cosponsored M'S. Frank Yearby Barbara
i is now located at: struments. These classes will
by: The Coral Gables; Jean, was married Sunday to
PERSONALITY Youth Center and Recreation Mr. Larry Alexander Smith begin: November 4, all Inter
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to
BARBER SHOP at 2972 ested persons are urged
Department and the Metro- NW 70th Ter. Miam
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716 NW 62nd Street politan Dade register as soon as possible.The
County Park
and The
Phone: 758.9114 Recreation Gold Coast Music StudIo studio instructor, Mr.
t Department.
For wish
$Specializing In men's and further information call Mr. ? to announce registration H. L. Wooten, may be con-

Women a haircuts. Dave Coutin at beginning October 28, tacted after 4 p.m.at 5845422
371-3531.
Nov. 2
from 6 studio.
p.m. 8 p.m. from 6-8 p.m. at the
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I NAACP To Renew. Sell Homes; 14SlarSl20HIISI1! !!


Florida WINTER NAACP HAVEN.has developeda The of the three-day meeting which i I briefed.on the action during a window cleaning, floor waxingand GOSPEL GREATS ;.
ended the past weekend at the' workshop'"on"Housingand similar labor used to ]
nonprofit
will corporation that Holiday Inn is "Improving; Ghetto Elemination," which renovate an old house.- may

houses redevelop and resell them run-down to low Ghetto "Living Through Vote i featured a talk by William serve as part of the$200 down 14StarsI20rMlSl d 11 1M FM nnd BOIS of ianam
Power. Morris, NAACP National payment.A TRi Boxsd UnnomttssShimicssar
income people it was disclosed GOSPEL !
01 GREATS
the past week end. The Development Corporation Housing Director, Charles E. prime feature of the pro- .,. , ,
already has $60,000 with i I Clark, rent supplement specI gram will be to provide large e14
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Marvin davis = = '
Florida r- swianvtrtomsTMhatnuttoaHCtuu
Field which to begin renovating of I ialist for the U.S.Department homes for big families.Three ,T: la
Director tl i:
NAACP era
indicatedthat houses in Jxmuperelandrstr.ra
run-down communities of Housing and Urban Develop- and four-bedroom homes for
the new corporation is throughout the state. The i ment. low-Income families area +> ,wv M. era I I '
registered in Florida 't ..,. '
and
that first itk.
redevelopment will i
beginin i scarcity in the housing mar- .w
TM Mtdtttoofl s&mrs
some its officers.top NAACP officials are St. Petersburg, where 3C I The Federal redevelopment ket throughout the nation,pri- 9 *......._....
houses already are schedulec 1 project is funded under the marily because they do not I

Rural The corporation Urban for renovation. 1968 Housing Act which allows represent much profit to pri- 20 GOSPEL MUSIC GREATS THAT WILL LIVE FOREVER1I
Development Corporation After the homes improved low-income families tobuy vate
are -
developers, Morris said. listening to 14 of the all time greets of Gospel Music etch singing one ofhis
of Florida, Inc. -- will they will be sold eithei. improved older houses for Morris greatest hits. ell I on two of trie most beautiful Gospel ud.r.v.r crat.dlN.v.r
upi and Clark explaineda befora has tllara been such an amUln{ monay Mvlng opportunity. VOII"at
operate independently of the to SUCh navar to be for ott.nqo Ipel greats. 'So..th'ngl' Got a. Hold On Ma'
the tenants or others witliDO i to $17,5000-or $17,500 if the variety of other housing pro ..8. Afr. d;' .1 Saw .the. Li lrt," Tryng{ Lord, Wen TrOuble)
NAACP. ., Coma. "Leaninq On and morsf"b and on th.y go. .One ereat,
more than $200 down pay family is large. Payments grams under the 1968 Housing Rospel hit after the other. . .One great star after the other. ..MO,than on* I
Davies made the of Gospel Music' at Its vary best You can't possibly appreciate how
annouce- ment and a low 3 per cent in. would be only 20 per cent or Act that minority represen- beautiful {It Is without hearing It. Sand for It today.
ment at the annual conventionof terest. less of the families' incomei tatives may qualify for, but r--------------,1I
Florida's State Conferenceof Some 300delegates fro i with extra allowances for de- have left for others develop Q Please rush by return mall postpaid the 14 start 20 Hits of Qospel !
NAACP I Music.Enclosed Is $2.98 and Gold Medal pays postage. I must be I
Branches. Theme various state branches were> pendents. "Sweat equity"Law -- for them. In rent supplement delighted or you will refund my money.
I O Kindly snip C.O.D. Collect on delivery\ $2.90 plus P.P.. C.O.D. I {
"housing, for example, fewNe- ,... I
gro church or other nonprofit I o Please Ca'alOi.send me"Free"Gold Medal's" latest Hair,Beauty and.Gosoel iGR1 !

groups have developed pro- I

jects. The newly formed URDC N a m........._........._........_......_......_..._._..........._.............. I II II

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WEEKEND ,

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44frrie STATE SENATOR. STATE REPRESENTATIVE
Dun GERALD
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.yyyf KENNETH M.mm LEW

The Professionals WHITWORTHJOE

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Cassanova's Band & ShowPLUS GEORGEBAUMGARTNER "
FINCHER
Joey Gilmore

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SUNDAY 3 TO 6 -AND TEENAGE GUEST TALENT STARS SHOW- THIS TUESDAY! '

PARENTS WELCOME ADMISSION $1.00
B SURE THAT YOU VOTE

FOR EACH OF THESE

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B-SURE that you vote for each of these men ...

LADIES NITE EVERY-WEDNESDAY PLUS GUEST STARS I Gong lIB Myers 16B Lewis 21B I
LADIES FREE MEN si.oO Haverfield 12B Poston 17B Kershaw 22B
CONTINUOUS MUSIC-2 BANDS NIGHTLY Weissenborn 13B..Fincher 18B Featherstone238r
FRANK WILLIAMS&THE ROCKETEERSPLUS I Shevin *. :143; Renick ? 19B
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 1, 1968 17

I Cooking and Welder Combination Classes Starting BUNCHE PARK PTA ::1

Training courses in Welder for allowances from The Bunche Park Elemen- Monday night, Nov 4,at 8 p.. '
$20.00 to
I approximately 2S'weeks. If interested, please contactMr.
Combination and Cooking $60.00 tary School ask that you attend Come early to see the game.
per week. All 'I
applicants Cooking will start on Novem- Roy Roemer, Miami
under the
Manpower Development their second PTA meeting Willie Cason, president;
must be
and unemployed and ber 18, 19 68 and last approximately Opportunity Center, Florida
will TrainingActMDTA( ) at least 16 years of age. 40 weeks. Class State E rnploy ntServlce,
is begin soon. Recruitment The Welder Combinationbegins sessions for both courses will 245 SE,1st Street, Miami or Whatever You
on now for Do
persons interested November 12, 1968 and be from 800a.m.to4:30p.m., call him at 3772411.DEDICATION.
in learning these will be held for
approximately
trades and those taking eitherof 25 weeks. Cooking will starton five days a week. On Tuesday Nov. 5
these courses may qualify November 18, 1968 and last
Be Sure To Vote The

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Economy I I Fairness Growth I II SOUL BROTHER TICKET

FOR DADE COUNTYAND ,
ITS CITIZENS HUMPHREY 1-B \

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to plans 1 has He homes. muscle its show to chance a has ..:. ':_'"l.?..' :. '-;:'.:.i i'.. .;t"J".; : .:.: '.';.:. ,_..-, ;. :,:::: :',, .' ,- i;

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i .HUD Gets "Turnkey" -. .. . .. -..- . ,
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_. Apartments :
The Daae touniyment Depart- This low-rent
of Housing and Urban housing de- be $37.00 per month. This is
velopment consists of 21 two- the first
uevelopment, Housing Divi- bedroom "turnkey" housing
apartments and will
project development in Dade
. accepted from the
ion, has provide
housing for families
County for
family-size ac-
.,reen Construction Com- being displaced by the Urban commodation.The .
pany a"turnkey"development Renewal
Agency. The
average
architect for the Green
at 1500 NW 7th Court.
located rent for these
apartments will Construction Company was
John Schmitz, Jr.

KEEP 101 !Di/ID/ ,

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This Week For A

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{ Pictured above are a few membersof the Choral Ensemble, a sector of
the Performing Arts Society Chorus of The Paul I La Pierre School of Musical

R iIA as. tiow' Arts, performing in the La Ronde Room of The Hotel Fontainebleau some

MtnaRwirgHURRAY'S few months ago. From left to right we present Master Christopher Stevens,

baritone; Mr. Lee Norris Morgan, tenor; former president Mr. Dave Boone,
n.c.w.wa ar.ns.uut tenor; president Miss Juanita Deshazior, soprano; Mr. Frank Fielding, bass

and Mr. Jerome Trapp, bass-baritone. The ensemble was engaged in a charm-
BEST QUALIFIED
Brings Out the Beautyof ing special arrangement of the popular "Guantanamera." Presently, this

(According To Recent Poll NATURAL HAIRI group, along with the many new members, are rehearsing for the forthcoming
the I f your ends hair,perhaps Is dry,brittle you mwd,and a breaks POMADE off a t(:; 1968 Fall Concert, an invitational affair to be held in the Fontainebelea'sgiant
Of Dade County Lawyers) that softens und brings back the lively the
look. MURRAY'S Superior HAIH[ supperclub, GiGi Room, Sunday afternoon, December 15 commencingat
DRESSING POMADE Is a combination 2
ot highly beneficial hair Improver, thai[ p.m.
EXPERIENCED-CAPABLE add sparkling highlight Make tt eaaj
to keep hair well-groomed. Never sUck>'
REPUBLICAN pd.pol.adv. or other freaiy.harmful Contains ingredient no acids. its, alkalies Icon om.01; NAACP GIVES SUPPORT
feat,too.Look for the yellow ran with I,
picture of man and woman on top I
Month's supply just 25c-economy six
50c.counters On everywhere.sale at drug and eosmetU: TO DECENTRALIZATION

Representative Kenneth M. MURRAY'S SUPERIOR PRODUCTS CO I i NEW YORK.A resolution support of decentralization of A special reference to
456 Charlotte Ave., Detroit, Michigan 4820
I endorsing the stand of the New the New York City schools was Ocean Hill-Brownsville gave
MY.ERSVOTED York City NAACP branches in adopted by the NAACP Boardof NAACP support to that local
Directors at its meeting governing board "as an experimental -
here this week.The motion project." But the
FLORIDA'S MOST VALUABLE2nd SAT., NOV. 2 ttS' specifically mentioned the NAACP motion cautioned that

TERM LEGISLATORNow "lAtR\C "i n t e rim decentralizationplans "in no way should (decentralization -
for 19 68-69(as)adopted ) plan or any other
BthCsTh14
by the New York Central Board plan be employed to perpetuate
liiliC1ON5' of Educatin." segregation or the resegrega-
In a reference long-range tion of schools."
,
elect Rep. A 'decentralization? the Board, "The 1968-69 decentralization -
41// which met on October 14,stat- plans specifically provide
KEN MYERS ed that It had the "expecta- that local school boards must
STATE SENATOR tion" that such plans "will give all teachers the same
Y provide for the election of rights they now have under the
A. PHILIP AFL.C\O\ local governing bodies repre- law," the motion said. "We
rAw President, ot{ sentatives of parents and the fully expect to support those
'lice Emeritus community." rights at the same time that
President
Porters
and Car insist teacher-admin-
Sleeping we upon
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LEVER 16B pupil performance and
A% DEM NAME( 7:35 P.M. achievement."

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. L"1065 I IMeeded to Work In Concentrated Employment. Proaram ATTENTION- -- -- V ;
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I'UDUC auu pi iv C.V Cig G IlCle.sare
soon to be under one roof education Including,basic medical and and remedial 1 tion of Counselor Aide you able.CEP training will be pro- $6,000 with provisions for Independent will Pre-School hold an important organization ,
through the Concentrated Em- aid, legal 1 must have graduated from an vided by the FSES. periodic increase. The
day care, as well as man meeting Saturday,Nov.2, 1:
ployment Program (CEP). skills training courses. ) accredited tour-year collegeor All interested and qualified CEP is a widening of present at Poitiers Kindergarten,148C .
Their single goal-to held Job- The Florida State university with 15 Semester persons should contact: Miss programs in the Model Cities NW 69th St. J
less men, women and youth ment Service (FSES)Employ is hours of.course work Rita Bus bee, Commercial area where the re is the Mrs. R. E.Copeland,president 2
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living in the Model Cities area noW for Employment recruiting -' counselln'g, psychology, Office Florida State Employ- greatest need to be met. Mrs. B. Cox, reporter. j J
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THEMIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 1, 1968 25

FRANCIS STEVENS HOUSE OF ALBERTwell

r CARDS MEMORIALS 1 Thomas W. Mingo of 1825 Mrs. Ida Victoria Chisholm three brothers,Ciarenrx?
DEATHS NW 41st Street died Oct of 707 SW 8th St., Dania, died Ed jar Jr., and Earl Williams;
rr err.. 27th at The Veteran's Hoscital. sister Annie M. Brook
.
"" J1fI Funeral services will be held ;
Sunday, Nov. 3, at 2:30p.m.in sister-In-laws and a host of
Saturday Nov. 2nd 2:00 (the Church of God of
CARD OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAM' p.m. Prophecy: other relaives and friends.
CARD OF at Saint Mary's Weslyn in i Hollywood. Burial in Dania
family of the late In sad but loving memory ol iOLIVE t THANKS Methodist Church with Rev. Cemetery. She is survived by The remains of the late Mrs.
OLLIE WALKER our wife and mother N. WADE, July 30 n.V. Stuart, pastor officiating. (two daughters Mrs. Prudence Jo-Anna Allen, of 440 N.W. .
CAMBRIDGEtake r.I --- dt'- '- LILLIE P. GORDON, Oct. 9 Remains will repose in the Darling and Mrs. Myrtis Collie 8th St., Miami, Florida were

this method to thank their I would like to express how chapel beginning 1:00 p.m. on ; one granddaughter Beau- shipped to Rotan, Honduras,

many friends who were so kind great thou art in my deep hours Friday until funeral time lah Collie; two great grandchildren Saturday, October 18, 1968.
and thoughtful their sad I of grief and sorrow, you, you Saturday afternoon. Survivors Verlene Collie ando Jo-Anna died October 16,1968at
hours of bereavement. and you stood by me in so many include his wife; Clara; tw Gregory D. Rolle; son-in- the Jackson Memorial Hos

Among these are: the Father tI ways of support. My church the sons; Wilfred and W.H.Butler; law, Clasmon Collie; a niece pital. She is survived by her
Lambert L. Sands, for his I New Providence M.B. O.E.S. two brothers; one daughterin Letitia Cooper. husband, two daughters, one
and LB.P.O.E.O. W. Temple'sand law seven grandchildren son, four sisters, one brotherand
and consoling wordsin ; ;
prayers the home and at the service; many friends. I pray God four great-grandchildren and HOUSE OF ALBERT a host of other relativesand

the members of St. Agnes will enable me to live to show a host of other relatives and Funeral services for the friends.

Episcopal Church; the Daugh- each cf yo u just how much I friends. ;late Evelyn Williams, of 6217 Funeral services for the
really
ters of the King; the Saint deep appreciate you. in my Clinton Perry of 7 Spence ]NW 13th Ct., Miami, Florida late Willie F. Drinks, of 3120
sorrow of
Marie's Chapter of St. Agnes my mother'spassing Place Brooklyn, N. Y. died were held 1:00 p.m. Wednes- N.W. 42nd St., Apt #1, Miami,
the
Church; the kind and thoughtful 8 .. my sister on 30th of July and Oct. 20th in Brooklyn. Funeral the
on 9th
neighbors; the Lincoln MRS. LOVENIA DUNCANwho of October services will be held Saturday ]New Hope Primitive Baptist Saturday, October 26, 1968 at

Memorial Nursing Home and departed this life Nov. 3. May God continue November 2nd, 1:00 at The who called 1967. to bless November 2 1:00 at staff; to all came, and keep p.m. home. Albert. Mr. Drinks
and sent expressions of sym- "Beyond life's gateway our you. The Church of Christ in Goulds i She is survived by three sons, died October 17, 1968 at the

pathy indona tfons, ca r ds, loved one finds happinessand Yours in Christ Jesus with the Elder Harold Dames, two daughters, her 'pnrentHs;Jackson Memorial Hospital.

telegrams, and florals, which rest. Willie L. Harris pastor officating. Remainswill Mr. and Mrs.George Williamstwo He is survived by his wife,
helped us to carry on in pray- And there is comfort in the repose in the chapel be- sisters, Mary Ethel Smith Ruth, thre\ sons, Willie
ers; those who served so thought that a loving God 1 IN MEMORIAM ginning 2:00 P.M. on Friday and Bonnie Harrison; brother Thomas, Dwight, and Christopher -
solemly as her bearers; and knows best. In loving memory ofthelaLBILLY : until 6:00 p.m. Friday. Remains Willie Riley; step-sister, two daughters, Ethel

Rahming Evergreen Mortuarystaff. MEarly Duncan, husbandand will repose in the Mary A.Johnson, cousin,Bernice Tyson and Joyce Drinks; two
family :: : ,' church beginning 7:00 p.m. on Johnson and a host of brothers, Jackson Drinks and

We further express our - ,': .. I: Friday until funeral time Sat. other relatives and friends. Theodore Henry; sisters,
humble appreciation for the CARD OF THANKS .. :t' ; afternoon. Survivors includehis -'Funeral services for the Hermean Webb; step- other,

warmth efficiency and sincerity AE mother; Mrs. Elizabeth late Theodore Williams, of 214 Hlla Rich, three grandVhild-
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of all services rendered. ,\ ." Perry; four sisters; Mrs. NW 14th PI., Baina, Florida, ren and a host of othir relatives -
Johnnie Marie Davis of were held 1:00 p.m. Monday and friends.
The FamilyN a 'I.:'.' Dayton, Ohio; Mrs.Edith Mar- October 16, 1968attheOpllocka -
>> :" tin; Mrs. Arthur Mae Dean and Chapel of the House of Funeral services for the

l':.. Mrs. Polly Mae Dean; three Albert. Mr. Williams, died late Miss Ella Mae Martin of
MEMORIAMIn . f aunts; four uncles and a host: Oct. 16, at the Memorial Hospital 5990 NW 14th Ave. Apt. #3,
loving remembrance of ;E of other relatives and friends. He is survived by his, Miami, Florida will be held
our dear husband and father, Albert Taylor Jr. of 865 wife Claudine i three daugh- :3:30 p.m., Thursday,October1IlllJIl1fi'p
nip '" S.W. 6th Street in Homestead ters, mother Mrs. Ella Barns-
1J..- died Oct. 23rd in Orlando '
WILLIAMS Fla. Funeral services will be
.1
who departed this life October held Saturday Nov. 2nd, 1:00 LOTS LOTS LOTS LOTS

4, 1967. p.m. at Shiloh Baptist Churchin 50txl40next7776NWl4Ct.70'x88.8' .
.9 .; Loving memories of you will Homestead with Rev. Mc- DuplexNW
who MASHALL never fade from our hearts. Griff, pastor officiating. Re- 81st St. & 12th PI. DOUBLE ACTION
departed this life on Au- Rest in peace. mains will repose in the chapel LOW DOWN PAYMENT 10LOMGRAYHAIRWa
gust 20, 1968. beginning 1:00 p.m. on Satur- Ownert 754-4484 ,2 DRESSES HAIR IN PLACE

L,, Yes you have gone only God Vera Williams, mother day. Remains will repose in J i
ft'\;>,,. knows how much we miss you. The family and friends. the church beginning 7:00a.m. FOR SALE
Loving thoughts shallal- on Saturday until funeral time LOTS

ways wander to the spot where 1 IN MEMORIAM Saturday afternoon,Survivor; $1,200.00 buys OxUO lot. CLINICCompletely
you were laid. E Include his wife; Bessie;; Have Business Lots

Ruth Marshall and Family In sad but loving memory of father; Albert Taylor Sr; five Need Money? See BaronWe equippedAir
-- our dear beloved mother and sisters; five brothers and Buy Property Conditioned. Large
MR. FREDDIE ZONE grandmother, a host of other relatives and 538-1340 Clientele.For lease no
who departed this life November CARD OF THANKS ROSE LEAH INGRAM, friends. investment. Low rental

2, 1962. The family of the late who departed this life October ----.J available because of
Gone, but not forgotten. 25, 1963. BAINSMrs. FOR RENT doctor's retirement.

Rolean Zone, wife MR. JAMES W. LEWIS A precious one from us is Penne Laster, of 709 3 offices with receptionroom. 379-6034

Children, sisters and would like to thank the neigh- gone, NW Lucy Street, Florida City, Fully paneled, carpeted 373-2691 I
brothers. bors, friends staff of Jackson A voice we love is still 'died Oct. 24, at the James Archer and air conditioned, (TF )
Memorial Hospital for their A place is vacant in our hearts, Smith Hospital. She is ideal for law office of real
kindness during our hour of Of a memory that can never 'survived by her husband estate. 400 NW 5th St. FR
CARD OF THANKSThe sorrow, also the staff of Houseof be filled. Boast; one son, one daughter, 35781. (N 29))
Albert, Christian Fellow- two sisters, one brother.Ser-
Irma Skiles daughter HOME AWAY
family of the late ,
vices will be held
Church. Wednesdayat
..... ship Baptist Wilda Johnson, daughter 4 I FROM HOME
.., Mrs. Beatrice Lewis, wife Creta A. Skiles, p.m. Tourist AccommodationsDo

granddaughter and familyIN Van Beedles, of 934 NW 14th RESTAURANTCompletely you have a friend or re-

SINCERE THANKSWe St., Florida City, died Oct.25, lavtive visiting? Beautiful
MEMORIAM' \at James A. Smith Hospital.He equipped for private home for rent. Dail y

gratefully acknowledgeour In sad, but loving memory is survived by his wife, lease. No investment. basis.Air cond.,wall/wall
carpet, all utilities furn.
deep appreciation to our Mabel two stepdaughters
;
of our dearly beloved sister j
many friends for their kind expressions and 'nint seven step grandchildren.Services Next to busy bar. including Phone. garage, TV &

of sympathy in the will be held Thursday at
Air ConditionedLow
passing of our loved one: EUGENIA B. SHIELDS j 2 p.m. St. Matthews Holiness Shown by Appoint. Call 9
DONALD I. JOHNSON who departed this lifeNovember I Church in Florida City. Rent .to 5 p.m. 691.5283 or
Special thanks to the nurses 2, 1966. Evenings & Weekends
and aids, fourth floor Mt.Sinai Memories of you will never George Cotton of Miami, 319-6834 696.2538 (N29))
'- died October 25. There are no (TF)
-'" '.iJ: Hospital, the neighbors, 2100 fade from our hearts.
known survivors. Burial will
block 60th Street Fr. Donald
MRS. REBECCA SMITH Mrs. L. E. Thomas and be Friday, Dade County Cemetery -
and Mor-
would like to thank neighborsand Anthony, Rahmings Family .
friends for cards, telephone tuary service.for kind and efficient Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE

calls telegrams flowers -
,
CARD
and kindness shown duringour Mrs. Marjorie T. Johnson, OF THANKSThe CocaColaBOTTLING "'"MR. JACK"

recent hours of sorrow. wife
A special thanks to the International Mrs. Willa Mae Hall,sister family of the late CO. FOR !
STYLES FOR ALL AGES
Masons and and Family
Eastern Stars and the House of ROWLAND B. HAWKINS Route The Very Latest in Men's Fashions
Albert would like to thank the many SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS
who showed their kind THANK YOU -
neighbors and friends for SalesmanSalary
consideration during the timeof ITALIAN SHOES
Mrs. Irene H. Pinder,
cards, letters, telegrams and
bereavement.May would
like to thank my many flowers. while 944 NW 2nd AVE. MIAMI FLORIDA
God bless each and friends for all that they did for training

everyone of you. me during my illness. Mrs. Marion Hawkins and Must be 21 or over ,
Mr. Henry Smith and Thanks to the doctors,nuses Family
and resident of
Family and the entire staff of Chris- a ACTION Sales
J.V. & Service
tian Hospital, my pastor, Rev. the.Greater ,
Stuart; Rev. Savoy, St. Mary's Miami
CARD OF'THA't'KS Missionary, Stewardesses, Area .' GUARX, TEED TO RELIEVE YOU
Mrs. Ruth Marshall wish to Leaders Board and the Pas- ATTENTION LADIES OF YOUR T. V. PROBLEMSWE
thank the doctors sand nurses tor's Aid Board. EARN Apply in person at: REPAIR ALL MAKES -

on the third floor of Jackson Special thanks to my child- Extra money for yourself or 301 NW 29th Street FOREIGN AND AMERICAN

Memorial Hospital, the Calan- ren, the Scotts family and your church social group between 10 a.m. COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE
thious Rose of Shar ion #23, everyone who donated gifts, by selling wigs. For fur. and 3
ther Information call Mrs. p.m. STEREO HIFI RADIO TAPE
Mrs. thank -
Ma 11 s s a Harris, W.C. cards, flowers. Again, I
dnd friends. you from the bottom of rn!;' Clatsman at 5346160. Monday through Friday CALL NOW: RECORDER

Special thanks to the House heart. 696-3381 8626 NW 22 Ave.
: of Albert and staff. Mrs. Irene H. pinder


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OPERATION BIG VOTE Jobs Open

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ALL RE-ELECT DADE'SDYNAMIC IT'S REVIVAL TIME AGAIN Southwest Thirty Second Rd.
:. CRIME FIGHTER At the Church of God Tabernacle (True Holiness) located at 9050 NW (at Vlzcaya) or call 3713531and
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Revival will begin Monday November 4, 8 p.m. nightly through November 10th.
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SHEVIN throughout the entire state of Florida. Bishop David C. Cook from White
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Nominated For The receive awards for their accomplishments as public offi-
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2if T1iiE MIAMI TrME Friday: floxember' Y, ''1468''f -

GREATER NEWMACEDONIA ST. MARY'S St. Paul AME Men Raise $5,000

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Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor
Rev. Rose Jackson,pastor
Sunday is the first Sunday,
Willie J. Beard, reporter
services
as usual.Communionwill

be served all day and joint
WHAT IS WORSHIP?
choirs and joint ushers' will


.. Worship is the magnificentvoice serve. a
Notice to all members of
of the choir and the resonant
choirs and ushers'boards,beginning
,
tones of the organ, as
Nov. 3.we will into
go
of
praises ascend to the gates
winter uniforms
.
heaven; it is the songs of little
The Nursery class have
children the.exuberant lyricsof
an all day sale at the home of

Jn (!1 youth. Mrs. Eliza Johnson 7159 NW
Iou hunk| | un ny Worship is the congregation ,

16th Ave., Saturday, Nov. 2,
Joining in sacred songs and
at 12 noon. KWUUIUUUIWHUIUIBUI MBHHBWI I I H
praying in harmony with other
On the sic k list are Sister W. WASHINGTON BRO. JOHN H. HOLLOWAY B
LOUIS
Women of Sf. Jame's AME believers; it is the fellowshipof BRO.
Leotha Sweeting in Jackson
minds and blended
kindred pastor of Greater New Macedonia
Hospital Brother Jesse
Break All Previous RecordsFrom spirits producing right re ;
Campbell at home. Let us con f Baptist Church, was the

lationships. tinue to pray and visit them. speaker at the 7 a.m.service.

the sound of the Sunday All Avenues in our confused Worship is the refreshing of Our sympathy to Sister Clara .' Rev. 0, W. West, pastor of
World" With this theme she the Holy Spirit like an ocean
School bell at 9:30amby Mingo and family in the deathof Richmond Heights Methodist
decorated the whole place with breeze or a cooling mountain
Mrs. M. Reynolds the super- her husband Brother Church was the 11 a.m.speaker
that was it is the release from
all the stream
sparkles
intendant, to the final evening ; Thomas Mingo whose funeral and Father Joseph Coleman -
I to make a gloriousday and tensions and the
benediction, Oct. 27, will all- necessary cares will be held at the church Saturday Liberty City Area Director
that will never be forgot bringing of the whole being
ways be remembered as at 2 p.m. of EOPI completed a diy
into with the will of
the greatest financial and ten. harmony of fine addresses to the eager

held in the Rev. Hendonandhis congregation God.
spiritual day ever congregation.The .
from Mt. Tabor Baptist Worship is the Joy in the
history of St. James. The day pastor officers and
Church, brought the afternoonme presence of the angels over ZION HOPE
began with the youngsters members of St. Paul are

seemingly in an unusual good ssage. The evening pro- one sinner that repenteth; it is Rev. Paul Freeimn, pastor grateful to all who cooperated -
also went over in a high the integration of human per-
mood as they lifted their gram Bessie Williams, reporter M to help make this day a
and the restoration of
voices to sing the Sunday spirit sonality, The pastor, officers and memorable one.FIRST .
Rev. Gay the pastor m de fallen humanity to the likenessof
School
sons members would like to thank
.
commendation to the chair- God. 1
At 11 o'clock the church was each and for helpingto

filled to capacity with ladies in man, Mrs. Annette Plummer, Let us bear this in mind each make our everyone pastor's 9th anniversary -

beautiful attires Mrs. Inell and the co-chairman Mrs. Sunday as we assemble at the a success. It climaxed MELVIN R. JACKSONThe BAPTISTRev.

Gay the pastor's wife made the Vera M Coffee, he also expressed churches of our choice to
a great success The ser
alter invocation which seem praises for the peoplein praise and give thanks to God. mon was enjoyable:andappre- men of Greater St. Paul W.M. Davis, pastorDonelbTUrnerreporter

ed to have set the day in order. general of St. James for ciative. AME Church, corner Thomas

Every guest who was to appear having done a wonderful Job. GREATER Funeral services for the Ave. andDouglas Road, raised The Young Peoples'Depart-

on the program was ready to When the echoes 0 the song more tan $5,000 last Sundayto ment will sponsor Family
late Mrs. Edna Arnold will be
playa full part. were over, and the beautiful BETHEL AME culminate their annualMen's Night, Jan. 1, 1969. They are
held 2 at 1
flowers which bedecked the Saturday,Nov. p.m. Diy observance. Rev asking the support of the numbers -
Our guest speaker Mrs Rev. Timothy Johnson, pastor All choir members and ushersare

Maedon Bullard proclaimedthe surroundings began.to wilt the Naomi Troutmin. reporter asked to be present and in Temperance E. Wright is min- and friends to help them

sound came from the clerk, ister. fill their Souvenir Booklet.
theme of the day as her text
Little Miss Michell Free- uniform. She is the mother of
"Prayer is the KeythatOpensGREATER Brother R. V, Whit that the of Under the chairmanship o:r Again dinners will be sold
man was crowned queen Sis. Mary Robinson.They are
sum of money had been counted Melvin R. Jackson, ably assisted Saturday at the church, spon-
Greater Bethel's Sunday asking the prayers of all during
sored Deacon Watts and his.
which amounted to$10,307. by co-chairman Lou is by
School for the year 1968-69. their hour of bereavement.Let .
we extend an invitation to W. andJohnH co-workers. This is another
NEWMACEDONIA May Washington ,
She was crowned for raisingthe us not forget the sick,
all to come to the "friendly Holloway, activities wen t effort towrd our Men's Day.
most revenue in our Sun- shut-In, members of bereaved
church where the spiritualaction along smoothly at all three!, We are still praying for all
day School anniversary con- families and the boys out on the
Rev. Roscoe Jackson,pastor is." services.Rev. the sick and shut-ins. Visitors

Willie J. Beard, reporterThe test.Don't battle field in -your -prayers.. Roscoe Jackson,, are always welcome.
CHRISTIAN forget our Men'sDay,

Ushers' FederationAs- Sunday, Nov. 10.We have great

sociation of Miami will ob- FELLOWSHIPRev. aspects that all members and BAHA'IS OF MIAMI NEW HOPE Grace'Presbyterian

friends will make this
serve their Fifth Anniversary P. S. Brown, pastorM. help daya
Ellison A bus load of Baha'is of "
Wilbur
Nov. 4.8, and 10, at Peaceful L. Nixon, reporterThe success. Mr. will Rev. W. E. Sims, pastor /
Greater Miami leave Saturday
'' Zion M. B. Church, 6800 NW pastor wishes to than chairman. Loraine Fuller, reporterThe
1 board for the You are welcome to worship morning for Orlando, of the Observes
24th Ave., Rev. C. P. Preston, the deaconess president Pastor's -
with in all where the Baha'i State
us our spiritual Convention -
pastor. beautiful gift of a robe presented Aid club and the chair-

Monday, Nov. 4, at 8 p.m. to him in the morning services.Let will be held Sunday, man of the Parsonage Committee .- 20th Anniversary
us that God's November 3 at the Statler Hilton -
pray grace ,
Rev. W. J. Macon andcongre- service. wish to thank all participants 6895 NW 14th Avenua
and virtures continueto Motel. The two-fold
gation of First Baptist Church, The' Foot Power Rally, healing purpose who helped to make
R'1W.:
F. Savoy pastor
,
dwell l upon our sick and of the Convention is to
Bunche Park will be in charge. sponsored by the deacons will their Fall Tea a success. This week celeorat-
shut-ins and comfort the be- elect six to the we are
Tuesday, Nov. 5, at 8 p.m. come off the second Sunday in delegates National Thursday, Oct. 31, at 8p.m.is ing our 20th Church Anniversary. -
reaved. Convention whichis
Rev. W, Mack and congrega- November. They are asking all oar regular business meet Our communion sermon

tion of Mt. Pleasant Methodist members and friends to please held at the Baha'i House oi ing night the pastor is urgingall will be "Is salvation

and Rev.A. feet of land CHRISTIAN SCIENCEA Worship in W11 me He, Illinois; members to be ; your
Church, Opa-locka buy as many as present. cure?" from the Book of I
and to fora
Anderson and congregationof you can afford. Each deacon is provide opportunity Communion will be servedin
well-loved verse from of the Peter. At 7:30 p.m., we will
greater deepening
Community M, B. Church assessed buy fifty or morel our evening service.
Psalm 130 "Let Israel hope in have our annual memorials
will be in charge.Rev.Anderson feet. The price is one dollar spiritual fellowship among the The pastor and members
the lord: for with the Lord Baha'is. e r v Ice, with the elders in
will be the foot. wish to
speaker. their
per express appre-
is charge and Elder Roena
plenteous redemption"ispart ,
Wednesday, Nov. 6at8, p.m. Thanks to the pastor and I Elected from the Greater ciation to the Rev. M-:Cloud
of a Bible Lesson-Sermon Livingston as chairman of the
Rev. A. L. Shipp and congregation members of Mt. Sinai Baptist t Miami: area last year were Mr. from Florida Memorial Col-

of New Mt. Moriah and l Church for having the pastoras titled "Everlasting Punish Harold Guinyard, Chairmanof lege for filling in our preach- program.
ment" to be read Sunday. This Friday at 8 p.m., WP
Rev. F. L. Carter and congregation the main speaker and his the North Dade Assembly, ing service Sunday morning,
When grades or friendshipsseem will have our anniversary ban-
of New Bethany M, B. congregation as guest host at t and Mr. George Savitt, Trea- while our pastor was away.
!o be going wrong high quet at the Miami Springs I
,
of the Miami
surer Assembly.MT. .
Churches will be in charge, his anniversary program Sunday Nov. 24, at 7 p.m. the Par-
school students needn't accept Villas, 500 Deer Run, Miami
Rev. Shipp will deliver the afternoon. Conmtttee will
i. sonage pre-
frustration. Christ Jesus Springs. The speaker will be
Help the less fortunate sent a concert of
message. m..sical
,prayfor tal-
found in SINAI
strength a humility Dr. Douglas Vance, Synod
Thursday. Nov. 7. at 8 o.m., and visit the sick. ents, featuring outstandingvoice
that recognized God as the executive of the State of Florida -
Rev. A. M.:Griff in and congregation and piano music.
source of ability.We can learn in the United Presbyterian
of New Shiloh M. B. Rev. Cleo Albury, pastorB. Let us remember our sick
from his Listen to
example. Church.
Church and Rev. W. H. Butler Boney, reporterThe and shut-ins with a
JORDAN GROVE prayer, a
"Helping Youth Cope with Wo thank Mrs. Barbara Savoy
and of family wishes to thank
congregation Kelly'sChapel card of
thoughtfullness
or a
,
Frustration, 1:45p.m.. chairman and Mrs.Spero
its members friends and visi-
Methodist Church will visit of
Rev. Douglas Cook, pastor love.
Sunday over radio station Cokine and Miss Gloria
who
tors to make Albury's
helped -
be in charge. Rev. Butler will Eddie Gilbert, reporterThe
WMBM. Humes, co-chairman for their
Day a success.
deliver the wish t
message. Male Chorus
Fifth Church of Christ
wonderful leadership in
services will
Friday, Nov. 8, at 8 p.m., tluuk each and everyone for Baptismal
Scientist 1600 NW 54th St.
the making our anniversary celebration -
preceed regular morning
Rev. Roscoe Jackson and con- participating on their 7th anniversary
welcomes all.
NEW MT. MORIAH a success.
gregation of New Macedoniawill and helping to make worship.

be in charge. it one of the greatest, raising The Lord's Supper will be

Sunday, Nov. 10, at 3 p.m. 53620. NEW PROVIDENCE administered during the regu- Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor:

Rev. W. Tarpley and congregation The No. 2 Choir will celebrate lar evening worship. Evelyn Souter,reporteThe ZION HILL

of New Mt. Calvary M. their 10th anniver sar;y Rev. C.J. Burney, pastor Monthly conference will be pastor, all men of the

B. Church and Rev. C. P. on the second Sunday in No- Arsula Edwards,reporter held Thursday, at 8 p.m. church and members want to Rev. James Pickett, pastor

Preston and congregation of vember. The public is invite d I The Lord's Supper will be You are invited to worship I thank Rev. Readon, Rev. S. The No. 1 Ushers' Board

Peaceful Zion M. B. Church to come out and help make this I served Sunday in our evening with us. Atchison, Mt. Calvary Male will observe their anniversary

will be in charge. Rev. Pres- anniversary the greatest.The worship. r Chorus, Antioch Male Chorus Nov. 17.Dinners.

ton will the anniversary wel Pallbearer and Ushers Jordan Grove
preach public is always The Sunlight LITTLE ROCK are sold every Sat

sermon.A come to worship with us. Le t t Chariety Society No. 137 will Ushers, visitors all others urday at the church, 2385 NW

cordial invitation is extended us remember the sick in otu. celebrate their Anniversary, 2330 NW 93rd Street who participated and attendedour 60th St. Phone 633-5685.

to you to attend each prayers. Sunday, Nov. 10, at 3 p.m. Rev. Dallas Donald, pastor fourteenth Men's Day pro There will be a rummagesale

night and hear these great men Everyone is cordially invitedto Amy Lucky, reporter gram. at the church the second

of God and help the Ushers' attend. Dear friends, as most of you I Our monthly conference tonight Saturday. please stop by you

Federation to be a success. ST. JAMES Consecration hour of prayer know, we started this church o (Thursday), at 7:30 p.m. might see somethings you like.

Deacon Edwin Ramsey, each Sunday at 5 a.m. here, some time ago. We need The No. 1 Choir will sponsor Prayer service every Tues

president; Deacon W. L. Ray S. T.Johnson,pastor Bible class and prayer ser- your help.So come out and helpus I a Musical Program day night, visitors and friendsare

Lightbourn, vice president; The Jr. Choir will sell dinners -I vice Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. All to build this church in your third Sunday in this month at welcome to attend. Let us

Willie J. Beard, reporter;: each Saturday, and als) members are urged to attend., community. Come this Sunday. 3p.m. remember the sick and shut-

Rev. C. P. Preston, pastor, Sunday after morning service,. Visitors and friends are always Sunday School begins at 10 Our Pastor and Sons Reunion ins: Sis. Gordon and Sister

Peaceful Zion M. B. Church. Please keep these days in mint d l welcome. Continue in I a.m.; morning worship, at 11 will -take place this month. Flossie Scott and still in the

Usher's Federation observe; until further notice. To plaCE
.Fifth. Anniversary.. orders call 7549045. and bereaved. p.m. visitors are always welcome. Helen Scott are home sick.




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Women's Day at St. PaulThe GREATER ST. LUKE MT. HERMON A. M. E. TEMPLE BAPTIST R
.
Rev. P. W.Williams,pastor
Kathleen Streeter, reporterThe The celebration of the first"Trustee t The sacrament of baptism
women will Day" atMt.Hermonwas i will be administered duringthe
pastor and membershiptake their 24th Women's celebrate, There will be a dinner sale Rev. O. Taylor, pastor a great success. Vice- 11 a.m. service Sunday. I

this opportunity to salutethe 10th of November. The Day on the at the home of Miss Mildred Alfreva Taylor, reporterOn chairman Green and the associate The Lord's Super will be administered -

women for launching sucha man Mrs. Llllie M. Woods chair- Gay, Saturday from 11 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 8, there t members of the board I during the mornthank -

rewarding program. We co-chairman Miss Delores and 11 p.m., 1841 NW 51st Street. will be a fruit house programat I of trustees would like to : ing and evening,and the choirs

thank the chairman, Mrs.A.B. Hagins says "We expect the '" the church, sponsored by the members and all others, will serve Jointly.

Sullivan, and cochairmenMrs. full cooperation of the Sister Emily Williams In behalf that helped to make a successful Sunday, Nov. 10, will be observed

Corrine Major and Mrs. tains, friends and the cap of the Men's Day. day. as Women's Day. An
entire
Mary Johnson for their devotion membership to make this On Sunday, Nov. 11 therewill Many special thanks to Rev., ambitious program is being
another
and sincerity in preparing successful women's be a musical contest be- Alvin Jones, who_came all the prepared for the occasion and

such a splendid program. Our program chairman day.! tween the Choir No.2 of Greater way from Moore Haven, Fla. every loyal member is excert-

Special thanks to Mrs. B. H. Vadye Morse has Mrs St. Luke, and the Choir No. to deliver the message bringing ing every effort to make this

puryear, first lady of Florida wonderful program prepared for a 1 of Jordan Grove M. B.. Rev.,, with him two choirs of that one, long to be remembered.The .

Memorial College for her enjoyment. To your Cook, pastor The Hollywood women's chorus is i taking
our city.Music
message. Our many thanks to friends want you please come many Stars and other groups will rendered by the visiting shape under the leadership of

all participants on our wo- out and enjoy this with also appear on this program, choirs and by our combined Mrs. N. Strachan. An out-
day .
us. in behalf of Men's Day. choirs was beautiful standing choir will
men's day program. We are sure that you will not indeed. guest sing
please pray for our sick and regret it." The following programs will Rev. Jone's sermon was soul during the morning and a wide-
bereaved members. You are The Womanless be held at Greater St. Luke in stirring. He closed hisdis- ly known speaker and teacher
Wedding, behalf of Men's Day: Fridaynight corse with singing "If When will bring the
.
Invited to worship with us this sponsored by Choir No. 1 has : message.Our
Nov. 9, Rev. Fergusonand You Give The Best of deepest
Sunday at 11 p.m. Our churchis been postponed until a later Your sympathy goes
located at 1790 NW 55th St. date. Please hold your tickets. the choral group Wednes- Service," that left everybodyon to Mrs. Jeanrette Moss, who
The M. J, Fayson Club will l\. day night, Nov. 13, Rev.Drain the mountaintop.The recently lost a loved one. The

sponsor a sale at the home of MRS. LILLIE MAE WOODS and Choir No. 2; and Sunday, total announced for the same goes for Mr. Herschel

CORINTHRev. Mrs. Johnnie Watson Saturday . ChairmanLet Nov. 17, Rev. Hepburn.Let day was $1,050.00 and more Johnson.
us continue to pray for is expected to come in.Our Our prayers and get well
M, L. Paschal, pastor Nov. 2, at 8 p.m. us pray for our sick and 1 the sick and shut-Ins and our hats are off to the pastor and wishes for a speedy recovery

Carolyn Ector, reporter There will be a Tea, at the shut-in, that God will keep>: boys in the service. the trustees for a grand day. go to all the sick and shut-ins.
There will be a dinner sale, 'home of Mrs. Mazie White, them safe. Notices class
Please give your full sup- : meeting,Tuesday -
at the home of Deacon and Sis- 4647 NW 15th Ct.,Sunday November
Rev. T.
C. Kelley pastor
port to all the above, in behalfof night; Love Feast, Friday
ter Morrow, 4750 NW 24th Ct. 3, from 3-6 p.m. Mary M. Amos, reporter. men's day. night Holy Communion, ren- HOPEWELLThe

Saturday, Nov. 2, in behalf of ered at each service on Sundayand
men's day, which will be held women would like to
GREATER NEW A.C.E. Fellowship, 5:30 thank all I
the fourth Sunday, Nov. 24, at Men's Day Observed at Mf. TaborRev. P.M. Sunday. Vistors are make of you for helping to
first
our women's
1450 NW 59th Street. You and BETHELDEACON always welcome. day a
success. We would like to send
yours are cordially Invited.
Deacon R. Ector, chairman; --.. James Hendon, pastor He will speak on the subject 1 special appreciation to SisterW.

Deacon C. Crawford, co- George Inghram, reporterThe "ModelCityMiami.." DRAKE K. Smith, who brought a

chairman; Deacon H. Morrow, men, under the leader- Dinners will be sold Satur Rev. J. W. Dunn, pastor wonderful message telling the
secretary. ship of Mr.Nathaniel Norwood day, Nov. 2. Please call the The pastor wishes to thank women to "Find your place' '

Youth Day will be observed general chairman will observe church to place your orders.We the deacons, deaconesses, and also to Sister Andrew

Sunday, Nov. 10, many out- their annual Men's Day, Sun- extend thanks to the Rev ushers, choir and all memberswho Jackson, whose message was
standing speakers and singers day, Nov. 10 at the church, attended the services at "Women hold_ your integrity"
Griffin pastor of Shiloh Baptist
1701 NW 66th Shiloh Special thanks to the
will be present. Deacon R. St. The publicis Church and his deacon'sfor Baptist Church. The Trinity
Invited. pastor, officers and membersof Choir for rendering music,
Ector, president of the youth the soul stirring service
Guest speaker for the 11 Shiloh made us feel very and also to Sis. C. J. Burneyand
department. rendered during our ann u a 1Deacon's
a.m. service will be Dr. R.W. welcome. all others who helped to
Day, Sunday. We Please circle make our day a
Puryear, president of Florida your calendar success.
thank the Rev. S. L. and
Gay 1
NEW SHILOHRev. Memorial College and Ordained for Women's Day the second Thank you all for helping us
members of St. James A MEfor
Baptist Minister,a dynamic Sunday. Sister Mizell will havea to raise $1,198.53 on our firstWomen's
A. M. Griffin pastor the delightful fellowshipwe '
speaker.At pie sale Saturday. please Day and for making
Cheryl English, reporter enjoyed Sunday afternoon.: call 691-7889 orgoto8410NW22nd the day a great success.
Friday, at 8 p.m. there will 7 p.m., Mr.Gordon John- Please pray for the sick and
Place. Let us help the Rev. J. J. Sheffield, pastor;
be our monthly conference. program will be the speaker. shut-ins.
women with their projects. Sis. Carleather Sheffield, re-
members are asked to attend.
BROWNSVILLEBAPTIST Don't forget to pray and visit porter.
The Smiling Jubilee's of MI- JACKSON
FRIENDSHIPRev.
the sick. Deacon Perkins,Sis
ami and th e Florida Simairsof
Jenkins ter White, Sis. N. Grant, Sis.
J. E. pastor
Ft. Lauderdale Deacon Sam Jackson,chair- ,
sill(! be here Rev. F. L1; Johnson, pastor Ruby Lee Carr, reporterA Fairley are still on the sick l ANTIOCHThe
for Men's
the second Sunday in November man Day, was
in behalf of the Junior 'crowned Mr. Greater New Elizabeth members Wright have,reporterThe Godly home not only posIt list. youth choir had their
church. Bethel having raised the planned sesses a Bible but first annual fashion tea, Sun-

The No. 2 Choir is amount of $903.00. The cochairman the menu for prethanks every day. We expect our pastor CHRIST day, Oct. 27, it was a great
sponsor- giving dinner,Wednesday,November to deliver both morning and
Ing a trip to Nassau, for a tic- i Deacon Clarence 27. Tickets are now Canon T. R. Gibson, rector success. Thank you for making
ket see any member of the No. Donnell, was second place, being printed. evening sermons. Antoinette Silva, reporter our program an enjoyable
Our deepest sympathy to 1
winner with the amount of evening.
2 Choir. Donation is $1.00. rehearsal for Choir It's coming I The E.Y.C.
Joint
Third went to Bro. Sister Ossle Hammond in the The No. 1 Choir wish to express -
$750. place "
Let us not forget to visit and No. 1 and 2wlll beheld Thursday loss of her mother. Our "playboy Club! on Nov. 22,
pray for the sick and shut-in. Charles Hinsey, $279.50. The at 8 pray at Christ Episcopal Church, their thanks to everyone
p.m. ers are with Sis. Plasant Mann 1 who participated on theirpro-
total for the
grand big Day was the EYC will a playboy
sponsor -
Our prayers are extendedto who left for New York to be at
and made it
wish to gram a magnificent
$4,695.56. The men club affair. There will be -
MT.CARMELRev. the sick and shut-ins.
the bedside of her sister. Our
thank everyone for helping to dancing, food, bunnies, floor success.
D. A. Bradley,pastor make their day a success. get well wishes are extendedto shows and games. Don't miss You are cordially invited to '.

Louise McGriff, reporterRev. Special thanks to the guest:. GREATER NEWBETHLEHEM all who are 111.SECOND this, atSp.m.Admission$2.00 'attend any of our services. '

S. M. Gatsondelivered speakers, Rev. J. E. Jenkinsand i BAPTIST per couple. Rev. Cherry, pastor, Mar-
the morning message and Rev. Rev. G. W. Phillips. Alsoto > 420 NW 40th Street The Episcopal Churchwomen garet Gordon, reporter.

George Mitchell delivered the the male chorus of JordanGrove i Rev. C. H. Smith, pastor CHURCH BANQUETThe will observe their Fall

evening message, while our all ushers and last: Minnie Hunter, reporter public is Invited to attend Ingathering of UTO Sunday,

pastor was on vacation. but not least, the women ol r On Nov. 24, at 3 p.m. Little the third annual Banquet Nov. 3, at the 8 a.m. service.At MT.CALVARY

The No. 1 Usher Board will Greater New Bethel. Miss Greater New Bethlehemwill given by Second Baptist this service the women will

end their anniversary Friday Usher Board No. 4 is in be crowned. Shewillbe Church at the Sheraton Four receive corporal communion.Mrs. Rev. S.Atchison,pastor
night, Nov. 1 with Rev. Cook selected from three candidates Ambassadors Tower No. 4 in Miriam Peavy is UTO Phyllis Beal, reporterThe
of the auxiliary Sunday
from Jordan Grove deliveringthe charge of the Jr. Department; the Pan American Room on i custodian. pastor wishes to thank
School class Sunday.
message.Our to wit, Sharon Bouey, Sharon Saturday night, November 2,at; Mr. Vernon Philip and Mr. those who helped to make the

women's day will be the Prayer services are held I Stuckey, and Shirley Smith. 8 p.m. Alonza Culmer, contestantsfor pastor's appreciation program

fourth Sunday,we are looking every Tuesday night at 8:00. You can vote for your choiceby Call the following numbersfor the "Churchman of the a success.

forward to having a wonderful BTU is held every Sunday at giving her your contribution reservation on or before i Year" contest are sponsoring Sunday is the Lord's Sup-

time. Come over and be withus. 6 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 25, 235-1716. .sightseeing trip to Key West, per. Come out and worship

On Friday, Nov. 1, at 8 p.m. Banquet ticket- $8.00. Nov. 10for$6.50.Secureyour with us.Please.
Pray for the sick and shut- Rev. W.K. Smith, pastor; will be Conference night for Sis. Josie Jones, chairman, tickets now. pray for the sick and

ins and those who have lost Rev. W. K. Smith, pastor, the general church. All mem- Rev. John A. Ferguson, pas Get well wishes ire extended shut-ins. Prayer meeting

their love ones. Pray for the Alice S. Irving, reporter. bers are urged to attend. tor. to Mrs. Adella Thompson. every Thursday night.

boys in Vietnam. Visitors are

always welcome. lOBHHMl




SANCTUARYPray COMMUNITY 7 AVE.FLEA MARKET ,


classes are room held and on Bible Wednesdayat study th

8:30 DIVISION OF IB. STUPENDOUS ENTERPRISES
p.m. Missionary spec-

ial study classes are on Fri- N.W. 7th AV E. 681-9348 OR681-9365 't ..._ <
13995
day night at 8 p.m. Christian .

workers are welcome from all w .
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denominations.Our program. for Sunday is A STUPENDOUS ARRAY OF MERCHANTS &, MERCHANDISE FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD ,

the platform service from 2 to

6:00 p.m. in the annex of St.

Mary's Methodist Church, s
48th St. and 8th Ave.,upstairs. SATURDAY

Missionary and Bible clas- OPEN ONLY

ses are held at 441 NW 7th St. SUNDAY

APt. 4, 8:30 p.m. Wednesday
and Friday nights.

Drop us a card, we will call A.M.-8 P.M SUN. 9 A.M.-7 P.M.r
for and deliver your children. SAT 8 .

Elder Hezekiah Tinker,
moderator.



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((1) Planning Committee. Seated left to right: FT. A. ((3)) Division Leaders and Workers.-Antoinette Moss, Mar- ((6) Division Leaders. Left to right Ethel Sweet, Jean
Tyrrel Dear, Louise Bradley and Deacon J. Kenneth Major. vin Ellis, Carlis Albury, Carlos Torres and Una Deveaux. Morley and Bonnie Stirrup.
Wilbert Jenkins and James Chambers. ) Division Leaders. Louise Cooper Gracie Fowler,
((4)
Standing are; ((7)) Division Leaders. Front: Mary Hanna,Willie Johnsonand
((2) Hostess Committee. Front rdw; Geraldine Allen, Division Leader; Sheba Martin, Division Leader; Sybil Barr, Flora Johnson. Rear: Frances Pittman, Edna Seymour,
Marietta Bullard, Mary Farrell, chairman; Octeon Tellis, Mae Monroe and Octeon Tellis. Constance Pinkney and Isabell Young.
Sybil Barr and Neol Cobb. Rear: Maxine Albury, Patsy Rahm- ((5)) Division Leaders. Front row: Laura Gooding, Sadie
ing, Arleen Williams, Marie Wallace, Jacqueline Silva and Barry and Geraldine Wright. Rear: Willon Taylor, Fletcher (8) Next year's Every Member Canvass Chairmen.-Beatrice -
Mary Jenkins. Paschal and John Ashe. Richardson and Charles Wyche.


I Church Of The Incarnation Plans Every Member Canvass TO ALL MY FRIENDS &
BUSINESS ASSOCIATES:

The Every Member Canvass Spiritual Life, will be delivered toinette Farrell, Ida Tur- I, BOSWELL ROBERTS,
Committee of the Church of the by Rev. Albert Ervin Swift, ner, Hazel Grant, Hildreth Completes Course In ElectronicsASTORIA
Incarnation has proclaimed assistant bishop, Diocese of Sands, JoAnn Sands, Sarah Oregon.-Shirley has a current enrollment of highly recommend these
Sunday, Nov. 3, as Every South Florida. Reservationsmay Benson and Albert Dean. Ann Smith, 19 of 18715 NW 32 730. great men for office:
Member Canvass Sunday. The still be made by callingthe Also Louis i Duty, George
has been
Place, Opa-locka, In addition to job-skill train- This country will not be
Parish Dinner,Saturday even church, 6359607. Finlay, Frederic kJohnson, graduated from Tongue Point ing, the Job Corps program safe for anyone unless it Is
ing, Nov. 2, at Toby's,, Cafe- Members of the committeenot Henry McKinney, Annie Pink- Women's Job Corps Center includes remedial educationand safe for everyone:
teria, NW 54th St. 6 p.m. is shown in the pictures are*. ston, George Rolle, Julia after completing a course in personality development, For President:
the main activity where the Dorothy Weaver, Sandra Smith, Robert Strapp Delores Richard Nixon Republican
electronics asse ibly. and is. available to disadvan- CollinsU.S.Senate
Leroy
,message of the Every Member Roker Marthel Silva Martha Bethel William Wanza De- t
She has been a trainee at taged young women betweenthe Re-electt Richard Gerstein,
Canvass Developing Our McKenzie Doris Lynch An- lores Sands and Doris State Attorney
(r t Duty. the center here since May. ages of 16 to 21.MOREHOUSE Claude Pepper Congress
Tongue Point, which 1 is Dante pascell Congress'
operated by the University of CLUB Joe Boyd
Oregon under a contract with The Miami Morehouse Club State Supreme Court
WARNING ! ! the federal Office of Economic will hold a business meeting, Robert And Other Shevin Democrats- Senate
Opportunity, with Philco-Ford Thursday, Nov. 7,at the Range
Corp. presenting vocational Funeral Home. The meetingwill BE SURETO VOTE
training as a sub-contractor begin promptly at 8 p.m.
A VOTE FOR RICHARD E. GERSTEIN l! A VOTE AGAINSTYOURCIVIL
RIGHTS

DON'T SELL YOURSELF SHORT DON'T VOTE FOR .
RICHARD E. GERSTEINOn

a TV program of May 4, 1968, our local I State Attorney for Dade County, Each Qualified Democrat
stated that the records of his office were open for inspection to any and all interested -. 1
responsible tax payers. However, when this challenge was acceptedby
this writer who Is a Resident, Citizen, Voter, and Tax Payer of this Community
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Mr. Gerstein ignored the request made in reply to his own statements!II! ............. ..................

The reason is obvious: this Writer has filed charges against the State Attorney .NAME LEVER NAME LEVER .
which can bePROVEN -HUBERT H. HUMPHREY I-B RALPH R. POSTON I1-B

BEYOND ANY DOUBT: .EDMUND s. MUSKIE DICK FINCHER 18-B -

He has deliberately and with malice interferred and disrupted the very -LeROY COLLINS 2-B DICK RENICK 19-B .
mechanism of Justice and Law which NO OTHER ACCUSED INDIVIDUAL Is al.II
3-B LEW WHITWORTH 20-B
lowed or privileged to tamper with. ELTON J. GISSENDANNER

Since the State Attorney CONTROLS the Grand Jury, he con ond does deadlock .CLAUDE PEPPER 3-B GERALD LEWIS 21-Bj
,b any major accusation brought against him and/or his officelH -DANTE B. FASCELL 3-B JOE LANG KERSHAW 22-B f

r SINCE WHEN DOES THELAW ALLOW ANY ACCUSED PERSON TO SIT .JOE BOYD 4-B HAROLD G. FEATHERSTONE 23-B J

IN JUDGMENT OF HIMSELF? *JAMES C. ADKINS, JR. 5-B ROBERT C. HECTOR 24-B

YET, Mr. Gerstein IS GUILTY of this unethical behavior. :VASSAR B. CARLTON 6-B GEORGE I. BAUMGARTNER 25-B 5

He speaks of his record of convictions . BUT . NOWHERE DOESHE CHARLES A. CARROLL 1-B JOHN V. FERGUSON 26-B f
EVER MENTION JUSTICE. :MILTON A. FRIEDMAN 3-B ETHEL KOGER BECKHAM 27-B

I again accuse the State Attorney of gross injustices against innocent victims YARBOROUGH 9-B ANNA BRENNER MEYERS 28-BS
through the use of conspiracy, collusion and perjury of his witnesses, falsification .. : BEN J. SHEPPARD 29-BZ
i and altering of evidence, changing and substituting documents, withholding .RICHARD E. GERSTEIN 10-B .
ond suppressing' vital evidence, distorting ,pertinent facts and depriving on .EDMOND J. GONG I II-B i CRUTCHER FIELD HARRISON 3G-B.
on accused DUE PROCESS OF THE LAW.
RUTH
SUTTON
.ROBERT M. HAVERFIELD 12-B 31-B
I hereby again accuse Mr. Gerstein of Malfeasance, misfeasance and nonfeasance -. LEE WEISSENBORN $13-B JOHN W. GILBERT 32-B2
of office and I again challenge him to openly appear with me before our r .
Peers, the Citizens of Dade County, who will have the proof before them and will .ROBERT L. SHEVIN 14-B RAY BRADLEY 32-BA
be enabled to see for themselves the Indlsputeoble evidence and facts which I .GEORGE L. HOLLAHAN 15-B JAY P. KENDRICK 32-B A
will present to substantiate my charges herein made.If .
KENNETH M. MYERS 16-B MURRAY MEYERSON 32-B.
the State Attorney will not defend himself against these charges HE MUST
BE GUILTYAS CHARGED and therefore UNFIT TO HOLD ANY PUBLIC OFFICE. ... ....................... ...


: DO NpJ VOTE AND ALL UNOPPOSED DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES

President, Frances Blankinship Chairman, Edna Buettner

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Record 17,000 See fAMU/ Stop Tenn. 5f. 1.1; .


Scrambling quarterbackKen Hubert Ginn then lost four quarterback Bob Shannon seven yard burst off tackle to
Riley tossed three touch- yards on the next play as the sneaked over the one climaxing give the Rattlers I a 25 to 7

down passes Saturday night to Tiger pushed the Rattlers back a 71 yard drive to make lead.RIley
TIME"By lead the Florida A&M Rattlers: to the 28 yard line. the score 10-7. found the range againin
third began In the third quarter, Rattler the last quarter when he ran
to a 32-13 victory over Tennessee On the play Riley -
s 6S State.A his patented scramble head coach Jake Gaither put in to his right, turned around and

PHIL DIXON I record setting crowd of leaving many would be tacklers fullbacks Robert Lunrokin: and fired across the field to Lamp-
17,000 fans watched the Rattlers sprawled in the backfield James Owens at the sam kin standingallaloneIntheend
_ - _.- .. time. A tactic he used to con- zone for the Rattlers last
- .- - sew up their fifth straight until he foundendAlfredSykesall !

The XIX Olympics are finally over,and what a game. I don't'victory I and their' first over alone In the end zone for a trol the ball earlier In the sea- touchdown. the final
thinkthere have been as many problems, protests complaints, 'Tenn. St. In four years. 28 yard scoring toss. son.The Midway through
etc., In thehlstory of the modern day games. The United States With less than three minuteson Six minutes later the Rat- Rattler ground game period, the Tigers tallied when
won more medals than any othercountry;but they were involvC C the clock the Rattlers wereon tlers scored again when Love was contained in the first half Shannon connected with end
ed In more problems than any other country. A lot of things c the Scoreboard. fumbled again and the Rattlers by the Tigers, but Ginn, Joe Cooper for a 39 yard TD.
will have to be resolved between now and the 1972 games. Clarence Love of Tenn St. recovered at the Tenn. St. 21 Owns, and Lampkinsdrove The Rattlers grossed a 163
My congrats go to Hank Iba and Pappy Gault. Iba, who con1 1 bobbled the opening kickoff and yard line. The Tigers held in in, around, and over the yards rushing against the Tig-
ned a group of "scrapes" Into thinking and playing as though Ted Lyons recovered for the three plays, but FAMJ field Tiger as FAMU racked uptwo ers and Riley completed eightof
they Invented the game of basketball and keeping an American ]Rattlers on the Tigers 20yard goal specialist Horace Lovett touchdowns in the third period. 16 for 52 yards.
J to throw kick 37 to put the Rat Riley hit end split end Mel- Shannon completed 12 of 32
tradition alive; and to Gault, who kept his charges calm line. Riley tried on a yarder
after bad decisions and then insisting that Avery Brundage 1 the first play and was thrown tlers in front 100.In vin Jones with a one yard:: scor- for 202 yards and one touch-
make the presentation to George Foreman-A job well done j for a four yard loss. Halfback the second quarter Tiger ing toss and Ginn climvxed a down and had two of his passes
41 yard scoring drive with a intercepted.
gentlemen. .... -
Speaking of the Olympics, Jimmy Hines publicly signed a ---
k. first start of the regular season the following week to pace the
football contract with the Dolphins. I hope they give him a Spearing wit .....er
chance to make the team and just don't use him for a drawing ,. _. Broncos to an upset victory over New York.Steve got throughthe
card. Perhaps, George has seen the handwriting on the wall, I Jet game without be lug bumped on the injured clavicle
and will get a little SOUL on his offensive team. y I ; which had been fractured In pre-season, but his luck ran out
The Sports Writers Assn. voted Bob Gibson the Cy Young f 'h 1 against San Diego and the call went out again for Marlin.

Award for the 1968 season. This is a well deserved honor for
FLORIDIANS OPEN HOME NEW ORLEAN'SNext
Bob. During the year he set a Major League earned run aver- .
age of 1.12, while posting a 22-9 pitching record. A lot \ Wednesday, Nov. 6, the Floridians open at their new
more years like that Bob. BY HARRY SPEAR home stand at the Convention Hallonthe Beach. Although they
Last week I attended a clinic on the President's Council on ,. I! were defeated In their first two games,don't let this discour-

Physical Fitness at Miami Dade North and was highly impress. DOLPHINS CAN'T STAND PROSPERITYto age you, it's a long, long season.They also palyed in a coupleof
ed. Have you ever stopped and thought,how few Physical activities freezing halls where there wasn't enough people to raise
you don't participate In? Sure, you work,so do every- follow In the footsteps of the older brothers who made all- any kind of heat. Let's see if we can't fill the hall for their
body else; but there Is still a lot of time and energy that you 't's rebound week for the Miami Dolphins and San Dieg(> opening gam?.
can use for recreational activities. Like me, you may not be Chargers. The teams, who play Sunday at San Diego Stadium,'
Floridians led the ABA in rebounding by a. wide
The margin
able to run- or hit a ball like you once did; but you would be are both coming off seven-point losses in tough defeats
surprised at the fun you can have trying. The inter-divisional contest, set for'l p.m. Pacific Coas t a year ago, but also had the poorest shooting team In the lea-
I almost had a complete wash out on my football predic- Time and 4:00 p.m. Miami time, will be the fourth regula:],. gue. Coach Jim Pollard believes Miami still will be tough on
the boards but should be the front line and much
tions; but that will not make me go Into retirement as a fore- season meeting of the Dolphins and Chargers.San quicker on
caster. Like everyone that have competed In anything, I'm Diego won the first two, 44-10 and 24-0 in 1966 an d j Improved on its outside shooting. Les Hunter(6-7),Don Free-
striving for that perfect day. Scoreboard: High Schools 39-22 early 1967, while the Dolphins pulled a 41-24 surprise ove]. man (6-3)) and Ron Perry (6-3)) are from last year and theo
(.639); Colleges 21-6 (.778)) AFL 19-11 (.633)); NFL 27-21 the Chargers in the Orange Bowl late last season. San Dieg Floridians acquired 6-6 Willie Murrell, voted by his teammates -
(.563)). This week, I see: has also won two pre-season meetings, 44-10 and 20-19() ii t as Denver's Most Valuable Player, in a trade. Miami
'66 and'67.The also has Skip Thoren and Gary Keller both 6-10 and with a
27-2(0 j year's pro experience, to battle for the center job. Pollard
HIGH SCHOOLS: Chargers were upended by the Kansas City Chiefs
Jackson over Carol City No contest. A battle of the bands. last Sunday; the Dolphins lost 21-14 to the Broncos in Denver fared well In signing his college draft picks,too, with his two
Close but the bench into tie for second ii! top choices, 6-8 Don Sidle and 6-5 Dallas Thornton, both in
Coral Gables over Miami Springs ; Cavs The loss dropped the Chargers a place 1
pays off(game of the Week) the Western Division. Oakland also has a 5-2 mark, with Kansas .. the fold.

Norland over Edison-Another good game.The Vikings defense City the leader at 71. BISCAYNE REOPENS MONDAY NIGHT
stops Moore. Miami tumbled to fourth in the Eastern Division with it!s
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Miami Beach over South Dade-A toss-up could go either way. 2-4-1 record, ahead of only last place Buffalo which is 1-6-1.. The Grehounds return to Biscayne Dog Track Monday,Nov.
South West over Coral Park The Eagles hold on. The New York Jets pace the Eastern Division with a 5-2 record 4, as the Miami Shores Greyhound showplace launches its
Killian over Northwestern No contest, the Bulls just don't 1968-63, 42nd season. The 105-night meeting Includes four
tAT
have It. T f Charity-Scholarship dates and concludes March 5. There will

'I Miami high over Lakeland-Should be a easy one for the Stings LAST! A BLACK PRO QUARTERBACKDenver's be no Saturday matinee programs this season and the first of
North Miami over Pompano The Pioneers find a home. 12 nightly races will begin at 8 p.m.
Mays over Curley Real easy. quarterbacking picture offers a long-and-shot t t Some 800-plus pups from 32 kennels will be racing for a
Hialeah over Palmetto The Thorobreds by a mile. aspect in Steve Tensi ((6.5) and Marlin Briscoe(5.10)( ). The in. record overnight purse structure and over $100,000 in addedt
jury jinx has dogged Tensi's heels this season Briscoe go t t money events. The traditional opening day Inaugural will be
COLLEGES: an opportunity to play against Miami Sunday, and he ended uJ]p> the first of five major stakes offerings and will be followed
Bethune Cookman over South Carolina State Another high wrecking the Dolphins by scoring two touchdowns and engineer. by the Nov. 30th Marathon Invitational;TheFeb.$31,400 All-
scorer. ing a third. Florida Championship the $25,000-addedTri-Distance Irish-
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Florida over Auburn the Tigers just aren't that good. American, run B, 12, ana ID; ana me closing night; *zna
Florida State over Virginia Tech. Real close. Briscoe has Injected an air of excitement into the Denver annual Biscayne KC Derby.
Miami over Pittsburgh The Canes come back strong. scene, as must inevitably all rookie running quarterbacks.He
Tampa over N. Michigan A toss-up. accounted for 51 yards In five attempts against Boston several
weeks ago, and picked up another 68 yards in five attempts
AFL NFL against San Diego, in a wild-scoring game in which he con- A

San Diego over Miami Baltimore over New York nected with three TD passes. Madam Anne

Kansas City over Oakland Green Bay over Chicago Throwing In a few extraneous carries,this gives Marlin th Spiritual Reader and Advisor iY:
Francisco
Cleveland over San
Cincinnati over Houston distinction of being the only quarterback in the American Foot-
Dallas over New Orleans Are you faejng difficult problem? Poor Health?
Boston over Denver ball League who is currently also his club's leading rusher. Money'or Job Trouble? Drink, Love or Family Troubles?
New York over Buffalo Los Angeles over Detroit His average-per-carry is 11.4 yards, and his longest run, 34 Do you want more happiness and good fortune in life?
Atlanta over PittsburghSt. if you have any of these problems or others like them
to
yards. More than one seasoned ball carrier might be happy
Louis over Philadelphia dear friend, there is wonderful news of. a remarkablenew
Minnesota over WashingtonPrep settle for such figures. way of help. Also your lucky days and lucky
numbers. See Madam Ann today.SS reading, $3 with Ad.
Briscoe also has the distinction of being the first Negro
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course against the Hawks. Jack is one of four football brothers
of Mr. and Mrs. Miller of Richmond Heights. He wantsto
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American at Florida A&M. My congrats to both young men. :
Local sportsman of the week: Hank Bell It Is against the :1 :
rules to coach from the stands.!, : r.iy

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| RANGE DEATHS RICHARDSON Mrs. Cora Mae Brown of

Farrington of 691 651 NW 74th Street, expiredin
Solomon Mrs. Hannah Felder of 1277 I
Lucy St., Florida City,died on NW 42nd Street, expired in a a a local hospital October
23rd.
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Smith Hospital ,
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and George; P.m. in Greater Bethel A.M.E. will be in LOUNGES MANKER- IL TON
Evelyn Smith, Irene Clarke, Church. Burial will be in Park. Evergreen Memorial EARL'S ZEBRA LOUNGE 6701 NW 15th Avenue 0. CULME
Ethel Larrimore and Wilhel- Evergreen Memorial park. 4400 NW 7th Avenue 691.9151 Public Accountant
mina Davis and a number of Mrs. Felder's survivors include Mrs.Brown's survivors Include Earl Edwards, Prop. LAUNDRY & Income Tax Notary
one daughter Emma
Services were Phone t 633.3735
grandchildren. one
daughter, Helen Key one grand-son Arthur W. CLEANING
at Bethany ; 5264 N W 24th AvenueS.
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I n UBF Asks Sweeping Changes For Black CommunityGarth I

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C, Reeves, chairmanof ers and all concerned citizensand of the black man in Dade POLICE PRACTICES AND vldinl a rental scale i ommensurdte energy must be expended to
the United Black Federa- organizations in the black County is at best dismal." COMMUNITY ATTITUDESThe with rates charged the bring about the realization of
tion, who unveiled a massive community," Reeves contin- The outstanding highlightsof inclusion in police training dominant population and based our goals. You must help.
program last week designed to ued. the recommendations were: by civilian i specialists, upon the good, habitable, and Membership is open to all
solve the problems of the black "Isimply cannotstress EDUCATION Placementof motivational orientation as to sanitary conditions of rental black citizens of Dade County,
community InDadeCounty, enough the need for maximum blacks makers
as policy the characteristics and lead- units. either t as individuals or organizations
has urged all black citizens to )participation: by everyone. district superintendents and ership structure of their patrol Rev. Thedford Johnson and .
become members of the or After all, this program may principals of integrated zones; the establishmentof Mrs. Ruth Polite, co-mem-
ganization.The very well determine the des- schools; introduction of experimental a Police-Community Rela- bership chairman, said,"Nowis Membership Dues for indi-
UBF, now made up of tiny and future of the black man teaching methodsto tions Bureau and that a full the time for all blacks In viduals $2.00, and organiza-
some of the top black leadersin in Dade County -- it will determine meet special problems; improvement time field recruiter be em- the community to stand up and tions 500.
the Dade County commun- the future of each of us of quality of both ployed bring Negro and be counted. We cannot depend A countywide membershipd
ity, needs maximum citizen in this community." teachers and materials in Spanish into the Police De entirely on others to do those is now being planned.
participation and cooperation, Reeves said this new chal- black schools. partment. things which must be done for Watch for further announcements -
Reeves said. "That's why lenge put forth by the UBF to EMPLOYMENT-Hiring of HOUSING That a fair us. Sacrifices of time and .
we've got to get all black citi- the Greater Miami Coalition 5,000 Negroes in private industry housing open occupancy lawbe
zens involved in this effort to must be met also by a united ; setting aside a percentage )passed: locally, embodying the
improve theblackcommunity. black community. "We've got of job openings in public present minimal Federal directive REMEMBER!
." to have a unified black com- agencies for blacks; promo- that Federal moniesbe All Voters of Dade County Can
"It shouldn't be a plan put munity if we ever hope to make tion to upper-level jobs with- sought by local banks to assure Vote to:
forth by the so-called leaders, any of these changes and pro- out discrimination; improve- the availability of mort- RE-ELECT
but rather one put forth with posals a reality," he said."Ifwe ment of vocational training, gages for potentialblackhomebuyers ANNA BRENNER MEYERS
the cooperation of those lead- aren't unified, the future both within and without the ; that a local Rent Con- 4 To Dade County School Board.
schools. trol Ordinance be adopted pro- L I Civic leader and attorney -
For 15 years she has worked for
excellence in education. Much
has been done. More must be

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Fla room, enclosed porch, new roof, awning win-
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A : :' stove, refrigerator, air conditioner. Bargain at BUSINESS OR PLEASURE
$10,000, $1,200 down and $103 month. 24 HOUR SERVICE

Opa-locka gnd Carol
WILL,SELL FOR FHA VALUATION City
Lovely'CBS: In new area, Opaiocka. Til roof,
2196: ALI BAB AVE
awnings jalousie windwos wall heat, fenced
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Re-eled have several choice modern income properties CARLTON REALTY
((5 and 6 unit) in best locations that you can buy
with very reasonable down payment. If you are 3074 NW 19 STREET BROKER
looking to live rent free and have income, too ,
H, RAY B.BRADLEY. please come in and see us. These are tried and 693-4772 W:.r CALL 635 -3177', r
proven dealsl)

r 3 BEDROOMS, I BATH, kitchen, Ige din rm, liv
: ,NO RED TAPE M OVE RIGHT IN! enclosed
rm, front porch, spacious CBS home,
Very neat 3 bedroom, 2 bath frame home at 720
barbecue, sprinklers, workshop, fenced, FHA
NW 53rd St. Fla fornt,
Large room,: large open $15,200, $700 down, $100 down.
porch, garage, waif to wall carpeting; cornices,
,drapes, stove refrigerator, air conditioner. Price FHA, CBS,3 bedroom, 2 bath, beautylIv rm, Fla
rm, din rm, kitchen, util rm, garage, central oil
:only $10,000, $2,500 down and $100 month.
CONSTABLE DKL 2 heat, w/w carpets, stove, refrig.tile rf$21,000,
$1775 down, $136.76 month.
SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
Outstanding 4 bedroom, 2 bath home with LUXURY WATERFRONT HOME. 4 bedroom, 3
DemocratPULL everything bath, Fla rm, 2 car garage, CBS, tile roof, huge
Screened in 33x16 swimming pool, 44x12 lot, asking $35,000.
dovered patio, beautifully landscaped fenced in
LEVER 32-B grounds, built-in kitchen, dishwasher, central WE HAVE OTHERS

heat, awnings, jalousie windows, sidewalks, etc.
FHA price $23,500, $1,700down, and $150.52 mo.

SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS Johnny Lee

Nice 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS, terrazzo floors,
jalousie windows, awnings, wall to wall carpet
lag,, large fenced yard. FHA bargain at $13,500, Real Estate
$450 down and$90.10 month.

790 NW
SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS

Beautiful 4 bedroom, 2 bath CBS, like newl! Giant
size garage, large built-in kitchen, built-in range, 54th St.
garbage disposal, terrazzo floors, central heat,
jalousie windows, circular drive, sliding doors, 7589921FHA
to patio. Air conditioner. Outstanding buy at
$19,000 FHA, $900 down and $124.98 month.
\\1 \\I CLOSING COSTS

.. NO MONEY DOWN ON TV's WE'HAVE MANY MORE HOMES 3 Bedroom 2515 NW-1 46th Bath Street- Garage

YOU CAN BUY AMY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR
,$100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING $15,500 $450
DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY See it Sunday 1 til 6 p.m.
STEROES & * * *

NO QUALIFYING NO REDT APE

CBS, 2 bedroom, 1 bath, Fla room, fenced

FURNITURECall REALTYBROKER $1,000 down, $86 per month
1795 NW 90th Street
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888.6011or 3790900IMMEDIATE 4932 NW 7th Ave. NO QUALIFYING-BUSINESS 2 Stores and Apartment in OPPORTUNITY Rear

PL 94371CAROL Enjoy an income without really working

Low down payment $75 permonth
DELIVERY CITY SNOOPING 4419 NW/ 17th Avenue ;
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F&M TV 425 E 9th St.
3 bedrooms, 2 baths and Fla room
SUITE 208 6243666Open All electric kitchen and garage 4

PHONE AND SALESMAN WILL CALL Hardwood floors, walk-in closets.
Evenings Sundays $17,900, $1,700 down, $138 per month

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FOR RENT HELP WANTEDCash

ClASSIFIED ADS Room for a very nice and respectable in on the big fall and

single lady with a Christmas selling season. MEN

20 "" FOR good Job. Use of large kitchen, Part or full time. Call 633-
ncDASnILLErSnS0$2JIO EACH ADDITIONAL WORD. dining room, living room and 6682 evenings 7 to 9 p.m.N. Southern

CLASSIFIED ADS TUESDAY. 6 P. M. Fla. room. To see call NE- ( 1)
-- -, 5-4805.
(Indef.) Barber wanted. Call between BellNeeds
FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE Rooms for 2 men and 2 ladies. 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Dave's Ar-

3026 NW 14th Ave. 2 bed- 410 NW 31st Street-big bed NEED PAINT 1116 NW 51st Terrace. tistic Barber Shop, 1190 NW You
garage, stoveair-con- rooms CBS 62nd St. (Nv.5))
room, oak floors,fenc- CBS, 2 bedrooms
carport,
ditioned, wall to wall carpets, ed. A winner room with private bath
price $13,500 barrel tile roof hardwood IMMEDIATEOPENINGS
fenced yard, total price $13- excellent terms. For details floors, 295 NW ,48th Street and private entrance for man. MISCELLANEOUSALPHA
assume $9,5000 5 1/4% call Aetna Also large front room for wo-
000
Realty(Broker), $500 down,less than rent.Jack TRAINING SCHOOLS
mortgage $83.39 monthly, 811 NW 54th St. man. 4758 NW 21st Avenue. 139 NE 54th STREET
Open 7 days. Munach, Broker FR 3-5446. No experience neces-
cash above or E-Z terms.See Phone 757-5724. 905 Buena Vista Station 33137

today Aetna Realty (Broker Modern CBS Duplex.Bedroomand Look aged men. A nice roomy, 758-0501. (Ward) sary.

), 811 NW 54th St., Phone: 2116 NW 96th Terrace Gor- Florida room each side. never ending vacation home. U. S. CIVIL SERVICE
757-5724 Open 7 days. 2 You must be able to take care Apply:
geous bedroom
,
oak floors, Tile roof,terrazzo floors, Jalousie JOBS
mealsat 345 NE 2nd Avenue
of Your
tile roof, priced to seel quickly -. windows, both apartments yourselves. Men and Women
SINGER SLANTOMATICZIG at $11,5000, only $500 down I equipped withstoves their best. All you do is lay 18-55 8325 NE 2nd Avenue. I
ZAG $9 E-Z up and rest. You are free to go 9101 SW 24th
monthly. Aetna Realty and refrigerators.Extra large Start as high as $4,680 first Street
Like new. Sold for over $300 (Broker), 811 NW 54th St.,. corner lot. FHA terms. $800 and come, Just don't stay away year. U. S. citizens only.
Fancy designs. No attach- Phone 757-5724 down too long from your nice roomy, Gramma school education usually
Open 7 days., $118 month. TUBIN (an equal opportunity
never ending vacation home.
needed. Guaranteed.
ments Realtors, 7906 NW 7th Avenue. sufficient Keep your employer)
Reliable person makes 10 payments 1350 NW 99th Street Mag Phone: 691-4785. 693-0481. present job while training.For

of$9 will take older ma- nificent 3 bedroom,2 bath,en- free information and list of

chine in trace. Call CREDIT closed garage, built-in kit- $76 MONTH PAYS ALL Room in private home for positions for which we train, -

MANAGER day ornight we de- chen, central heat, completl r 2 bedrooms, CBS$10,000 total working man or woman. Pri- call in Miaml758-0501 or mail

liver. 685-1564. fenced. A bargain $17,000,, price $9,700 FHA mortgage. vate entrance. Call 635-7626. coupon to: ALPHA 905 Buena

minimum downpayment of$1,- $750 cash includes everything. Vista Station, 33137 Miami,
SEWING MACHINESAll 500. Don't let this one gel t t Richard Reinhold & Co, 14444 Nice private room for man. Fla. DRIVE BY -

makes and models. Original away. Aetna Realty (Broker]I W. Dixie Highway, N. Miami 751-9823. NAME DO NOT DISTURB
guarantee plus 1 year free 811 NW 54th St. Phone 757-, 949-6371.
service. No credit check, no 5724, Open 7 days. Efficiency. Settled couple.$20 ADDRESS TENANTS
Call forborne dem- week. Partly furnished. 824
gimmicks.
$1,000 DOWN THIS WEEK'SBEST
NW 76th Street.
onstration. 685-1564. 15775 NW 27th Place Gor- NO QUALIFYING CITY STATE- BUYDUPLEX

10 NW 91st Street geous 4 bedroom,2 bath,pric. Large duplex on 2 lots. Mover Room. Middle Christianman.
age
ed at $14,500 E-Z terms right in. this will sell PHONE AGE -
Beautiful 2 bedroom, 2 bath trj] Hurry, 97th St. area. 6960473or
home, in lovely Cravero Lakes $1,000 down. This big beaut]y fast.. 691-8326. 720 NW 61st Street
area. No qualifying. $111.00 must go this week-end bring r ALLAPATTAH REALTY WIN A WIG $450 down FHA
deposit. Aetna RealtyBroker:))) 633-0426 Have a wig party and win a
month pays all. King Realty, Nice room for working girl, Furn., garage, fenced.
free
811 NW 54th St. Phone 757-. wig. Call 754-5401 for information ,
Iiir. Realtor, 693-2881. : woman or man in private * *
3 bedrooms, 2 baths,tile roof, .
5724 7
Open days.
fenced yard, oversize 75x 110 home, on bus route.371-8965. TRIPLEX
DIALAMATICZIGZAG ft. lot. FHA terms.$700down. Draperies taken down,
1601 NW 50th Street
7517 4th
NW Ave.3bedroom
$6.43 TUBIN Realtors. 7906 NW 7th Room for respectable working cleaned, decorator folded and
sewing machine A-l shapeless ,., 2 bath,carport, oak floors,tilt e Avenue. 691-4785. lady. Also an efficiency for rehung. Lustra-tone Drapery 3 Units

than 6 months old, $33 roof built-in electric kitchen man, lady or couple. To see Service. (indef Best Rental Area
cash. $6.43 monthly. Will take central heat and air, wall to SOUTH MIAMI call NE 5-4805. CHILDCAfcEMothers $1400 down FHA
old machine as part payment.Call wall carpets, draperies,dishwasher LOVELY HOME mothers, 11 you arq * *
looking for a clean home good
credit manager day or washing machine, 2 bedrooms, screened porch, 1 bedroom apartment. Adults. 2 HOUSES, 1 LOT
night. Free inspection. 685- sprinkler system. FHA appraised (can be converted) carport, 750 N W 70th St. Rent. $25.25 food, experienced babysister. 2232 NW 93rd Terrace
whom trust call
1564. $22,500 no closing large kitchen, pantry, walk-in weekly. 446-7574. you can us.
costs. $1,500 down(Even lessif closets, hardwood floors,fruit Day 633-6607,Night 633-2002, $450 down FHA

HOUSE FOR SALE you are a veteran ) $145 trees, sprinkler system,75 ft. 1792 NW 67th STREET 633-2732. Free pickup and de- Low. monthly payments
Little repairs. Cheap. Call monthly. If really want the livery. (indef) * *
you lot, $600 down. $125 month. 3 bedrooms, CBS house, unfurnished -
758-8019. best, don't miss this house. pays all. Owner 6261 SW 50th immediate occu- BIG HOUSE

V Aetna RealtyBroker( ), 811 NW .Ave. Phone: 665-7234. .pancy. .MIDWEST REALTY .. SMALL PRICE
"FHA" 54th Street, Phone: 757-5724, 3341 NW 69th STREET 1278 NW.44th Street

2 bedrooms plus Fla. porch, Open 7 days. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITYOwner 1 bedroom, CBS home, unfur- 5499 NW 27th Avenue $250 down FHA

fenced rear yard, large lot, wants to sell sandwich nished for couple only.Imme-
beautiful hardwood floors, in 1874 NW 89th Terrace-2 bed- shop. Across from school,has diate occupancy. Phones: 3 bdrms, 3 baths, CBS

city. Close to schools, buses, room, 1 bath,carport, Florida almost a guaranteed income. 270 NW 51stSTREET NE 5-8035-NE 3.2834 * *

etc. Only $300 down plus closing room, all electric kitchen, Low cash handles it. Write 1 bedroom cottage with large 3 bedrooms Flo FURNISHED
costs. To vets, only $100 fenced yard, FHA $11,500 P.O. Box 4437, Normandy foyer, unfurnished.Immediate room, BARGAIN
Price $12,300. Don't miss $350 down (Vets & 221 people Branch, Miami Beach. occupancy. For all houses call on 2 lots, fenced and 1601 NW 33rd Street
this one.Shown by appointment $100). Seller pays all closing Mr. Gross 444-6126. fruit trees. $450 dn FHA
costs $76.98 monthly. Hurryl stove and * * * 3 bdrms, carport
only. Fenster Realty, Broker Apartment size gas
759-8779. Hurry! Hurry! Aetna Realty small refrigerator. Both for STORE. Plumbing suitable for 2 bedrooms, Fla room, fireplace

(Broker), 811 NW 54th St., Ph. $35. 693-4818. barber or beauty shop. 758- garage, patio, fruit S300 down FHA

"FHA" 757-5724, Open 7 days. 3901 (Indef.) trees. In a very nice * .*
3 bedrooms CBS lovely INCOME $1,500 DOWN Also New Homes
area
area. FHA $15,000,
tremendous value at $14,500: CUTE 2 BEDROOMS $40 RENT Nice room for a nice working down. Under ConstructionIn

$100 down to vets,others$350 $79 MONTH $600 DOWN 7 years old CBS, 2 bedrooms mm. 5520 NW 15th Avenue. $450* * * * Carol City
Awnings, hardwood floors, 8 YEAR OLD HOUSE each duplex. $19,500 FHA Call ---- 14 Week
Delivery
1 bedroom furnished in rear. 2 bedroom 1 bath
CBS $8,000 Elmore Realty, 448-6563. ,
etc. Call us to show by appoint-
ment only. Fenster Realty CALL ELMORE REALTY Call 696-9946. carport, nice area. Vi From $800 Down FHA
* *
Broker, 759-8779. 448-6563 NEED SPACE? block to schools &
$600 down does it. 5 bedroom HELP WANTED buses. FHA $12,500, LIKE IT? BUY ITI

"FHA" 4225 NW 168th TERRACE 1 1/2 bath. Total $16,500 HOME ECONOMIST $400 down. Call:

Large 3 bedroom home in Carol City. 3 bedrooms, 2 Easy monthly payments. El- Home and group demonstratorto * * * *
lovely area. Close in,carport, baths, swimming pool, no more Realty, 4486563.WATERFRONT. promote better electric liv- Sail's" Realty
fenced back yard, lots and lots qualifying, by owner. Total ing. Good opportunity with ex- 1 & 2 bedroom. No REALTORS'

of extras. Tremendous valueat price $13,320. $2,000 down. cellent working conditions and qualifying. $7,400.

$16,500. Shown by appoint- $97 month. 6244016.Nov. FHA terms. 1096 NW 85th st., benefits. Transportation fur- $50 per mo. Locatedon 621-1433

ment only. Call us now. Fens- 15) 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, terrazzo, nished. A Bachelor Degree in a large lot with 2701 NW 163rd STREET

ter Realty, Broker, 759-8779. garage, Fla. room, beautifularea. Home Economics from an accredited fruit trees. OPA-LOCKA
"ATTENTION INVESTORS"We Call evenings, Mt s. university is required. -
have several fine duplexesup : Jacob, 661-8498,Jersey Real- Interviews 8:00 a.m.

6DUPLEX to 18 units. CBS, well located ty, 5786 W. Flagler, 665-6233. through 12 noon, Monday

FHA FINANCINGLOW properties. Duplexes through Friday,Room 508,101 MUFFLERSCUSTOM ..
DOWN PAYMENT from $12,500 up FHA or con- 8 furnished apartments.Beautiful Fifth Street South,or call H.L.

NORTH MIAMIBEACHAREA. ventional. Call us for appoint Good location. $10,000 Harker, 898-2141, for ap-

BROKERS INVITEDCall ment to show. Fenster Realty down, 25% net profit. Call pointment.
DUALS)
J. Z.- 587-2470 Broker, 759-8779. Stella, 642-3841.CentralDade FLORIDA POWERCORPORATIN

Realty, 448-4489.
GRACE'S WAREHOUSE SALE FOR A LARGE FAMILY an equal opportunity employer

5421 NW 2nd Avenue Like new CBS, 3 bedrooms, 2 FHA $14,500 $450 down CBS

SUNDAY ONLY 1- 5p.m. baths, Florida room, moden 2 bedroom Florida room.Edna Cafeteria baker wanted. Good ...
Book cases $2; Cardtables$2; kitchen, stove and refrigerator Buettner Realtor, 754-6362. hours. Good pay. Call Mr.Au-
Playpens $2; utility tables $1; on oversized lot. r trey, 661-7642. ALL CARSailed

highchairs $1; lounge chairs 17520 NW 40th AVENUE 2 houses. Very reasonable.

$1; tables $1; night stands $2; $15,990 FHA Good condition PL 4-4997. FOR SALE ;& s .
lamps $1;sewing machines$5; LOW DOWN PAYMENT.
2 houses. Pool. 530 NW 69th
files $5; typewriters $5; ELAINE HERMAN UN 6-0186, HEAD BLOCKS AND
Street. Reasonable. Owner. .
checkwriters $5; vacuum JACK MUNACH FR 35446BROKERS'.000PERATES MACHINERYEveryting

cleaners .$3; rugs $5; picture you need to open a FHA terms. $750 down. $111 .
frames
50golf clubslrec- hat cleaning place. Price very month. Beautiful 3 bedroom
ord players $3; suitecasesl; reasonable. 379-1392.
CBS with Fla.
room screened
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INCOME
cedar chest $12 broilers $2 HOME AND
;
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CLOTHES CLEAN pool and patio. Modern kit
books STREETNO
lofc slipper rocker $3 800 NW 56th a
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clean where chen built- in dish.
TVs Have them they including
$5 dishwashers $10 QUALIFYINGMOVE
; ; IN. will receive special care and washer, wall to wall carpets,
,
washers RIGHT
$10 doll collection$1
and $2; wigs; $3; ladies dres- Owner will hid mortgage.Easy look their best, take them to and drapes, large fenced yard. 24M H 4th Street
ses Treat-U-Right Cleaners,cor- Near schools, bus and shop-
25f; children's clothes 10 terms.
,t. 25fc; men's suits $2; shirts ALLAPATTAH REALTY, ner of 62nd St. and 22nd Ave, ping. TUBIN Realtors, 7906 I/ \
N.W. NW 7th Avenue. 691-4785.
10f; dinette set $10. 633-0426.

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