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the honored guest and speakerat r ; 1 ..",,1mo'J Vol. 46, No. 12 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1968 32 PAGES -15*
two banquets on successive . I
evenings. His lovely first ladyof :: '!, :., .
The Bahamas will accompany :. )' ... Miami Seeks Black Police Nationwide
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evening, November The City of Miami Wednes- "I
17, Premier Pindling's Mc 1 r n ntiI day officially launched"Oper
Allister Hotel appearance as ation Badge anall-outeUort
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the guest of the Bahamian- to attract qualified Negro can
American Federation will aid !i1 i r 1. r: didates into the Miami police !

that ,organization's current department. '.
fund-raising campaign. All At a press conference at ,
proceeds from the $8,00per PREMIER L. O. PINDLING City Hall, Miami City Manager \
banquet ticket receipts will be Economy Drug Stores at M. L. Reese announced the :
used to Indigent Florida 1001 NW 3rd Avenue, 5720 NW S start of a vast recruitment ;,
giving food and Christmas toys 17th Ave., and 6750 NW 15th + At program, probably the first "
for the poor and assist with Ave.; Eldora's Sundries, 5901 time in the nation a municipality I
small loans to families. NW 17th Ave.,Serena's Beauty has developed a project ,
Salon, 827 NW 62nd street of such wide scope aimed directly -
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The Federation's other objective Johnson &Johnson Shoe Store, t at Negro police officer "
is to assist the Baha-
I V11I applicants.
6858 NW 15th Ave.; Sports- 1 P
mas in its good will efforts toward man's Barber Shop, 6306 NW "There is a very definite
Americans.
need for officersin
15th Ave. Miami.In more Negro
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Cocktails will be served beginning West Hollywood, banquet
at 6 p.m. In the Mc tickets may be purchased at IHL- ," Reese said. Thereare
Allister's Flagler Room with Bowe's Modernistic Barber __ r presently 60 Negroes in the
Banquet service starting at 1 Shop, 4444 SW 17th Ave.Pem- T department.The .
broke Road). campaign not only will

p.m.Mr.. Leon Williams Is the The following evening,Mon- concentrate on prospec-
Federation's president while day, Nov. 18at6:30p.m.Pre- tive candidates in Greater Miami -
the chairman of the Pindling mier Pindling will be the guest but will reach troughout
Banquet is Mr. Kenneth Williams speaker at the annual dinner Florida and the nation.
who has announced the meeting of the Economic So- "Operation Badge" Is under
following banquet ticket locations ciety of South Florida at.the .- the direction of Ted Nichols,
assistant to the City Managerin
: Dupont Plaza Hotel. j|
GET METRO COMMISSION RECOGNITION PLAQUESLeft charge of the Community
Affairs D i v i s i on. Lt.Leroy

Black Businessman to right: Mrs. Willie F. Williams, recently appointed secretary to Smith, of the Miami police department -

Dade County Commission; Metropolitan Dade Count Commissioner Earl J. has been designated
recruitment
Carroll (seated) LaRue Ford Sherman Smith Mrs. Paschal officer.
; ; Agenoria ; Mrs. To qualify, a candidate must
Gets $35.0,000 loan Thena Crowder; Roderick Silva and Mrs.. Jean Morley. Mrs. Crowder and Mrs. be at least six months past his

Paschal received plaques from the Metro Commission "in recognition of unselfish 20th birthday and must.not

devotion to education and, dedicated community service' and Smith have reached his 35th birthday

Through SBA. and Silva!recelvedXertjjkates of:Appreciation! ,for..their. work.Jn.t the...community; .!*at He the Mast time also of be the-a examination.high school w 71

I M tMo>Iey7lsteTolCom"mTssionerCarrol! 1/aVd Ford are Instructors at Holmes graduate or have a bona fide
Congressman William F. banking Institutions to reopenhis Elementary School of which Mrs. Crowder
js principal. Miami-Metro Dept.of GED (general educational (
Ryan of New York has an- business. Mr. Marlon .
Publicity and Tourism. development) certificate.
nounced that Mr. Marion Harris then sought the assis- '
Harris, a black businessmanof tance of Congressman Ryan Applications are availableat
the of Mia mi Civil Service
Fayetteville, North Caro- and the Small Business Administration City -
lina, will receive a $350,000loan in Washington.As Department, 3318 Pan
the largest loan negoti- a result of the Joint efforts NAACP Head Urges Nixon American Dr., Dinner Key
(445.4441)) at of five
ated to date by theSnullBusi of Congressman Ryan and the pr anyone
ness Administration in Its Small Business Administration Greater Miami Urban League

program Project Own, which the loan was secured in To Redeem GOP PledgeNEW Outreach Outreach Offices.
seeks to accelerate offices are at 1112
ownershipof conjunction with the Me-
small business enterprises chanics and Farmers Bank of NW 62nd St.,3378 Douglas Rd.,
by members of minority Durham, N. C., the First Na- YORK.-Roy Wilkins, with the sense of urgency the pledge of equality origi- 2338 All Baba Ave., Opa-
groups. tional City Bank of New York executive director of the Na- which the times demand. nally made by the Republican locka, 6740 NW 15th Ave.,and
Mr. Harris, who won a con- and the Amalgamated Savingsand tional Association for the Ad- During his campaign Mr. party in 1860. 1101 NW Third Ave.

tract by competitive biddingfor Trust Bank of Chicago,111. vancement of Colored People, Nixon pledged himself to ,
the laundry and dry clean- It Is guaranteed by the Small on Nov. 6, Issued the follow- mobilize the private sector of
Ing concession at Fort Bragg, Business Administration. ing statement on the electionof the economy to aid ghetto resi-
North Carolina,was faced with Howard Samuels, adminis- Richard M. Nixon as President dents In their self-help ef
financial ruin In June,when his trator of the Small Business of the United States: forts. His record as a mem- :
plant and equipment were destroyed Administration, pointed out Although the overwhelmingchoice ber of the House and Senate *rJ ,
by fire bombing only that this loan demonstrates the of Negro Americans for and as Vice. President indi-
two days after he won the con- purpose of Project Own. the President was Hubert H.Hum- cates an awareness of prob- }_
tract over white competitors. "coperative effort of govern- phrey on the basis of his con- lems confronting black
Although the Regional SBA ment and private Industry to sistent and longtime advocacyof Americans.
office was willing to guarantee help minorities attain a significant equal rights, Justice and Negro citizens. not intendto ..
it, Mr. Harris was unable to place In the business equality for all Americans, slacken their pressures for
obtain a loan from the local world as their own bosses." they need not regard RichardM. complete equality of opportunity -
Nixon's election with de in every facet of national
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spair. life. We believe that whatever &
But Negro citizens, includ- methods he may propose, a
Archie Moore To Visit ing many thousands of Negro, Republican President wants to .

I Republicans, hope that Presi- bring "common opportunitiesfor s t 1 't
dent-elect Nixon will continueto all within a single society '
Miami Boy Scouts meet the nation's complex ." He can hardly wish to \ =

minority and urban problems delay any longer redeeming' -+ i

Archie Moore, recently appointed -
Community Relations x ox 1 1 A '

Specialist for the Boy Scouts Moore, who was elected to i it
of America, will visit Miamion the Boxing Hall of Fame, has
November 19.22,accordingto gained national recognition for lr:1vestrIfAnnlA:
Chuck Hall, president of the his efforts to organize ABC w# y
South Florida Council, Boy
Clubs
across America. Incorporating -
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Scouts of America. the ABC conceptinto r- "
and we ill benefit.
Former light heavyweight Scouting programs in Urban Future First Lady Pat Nixon chats with Dade
champion Moore comes to Mi- Centers, Moore hopes to
County Pork and Recreation Department employee
ami to visit EXPO'68,the Boy R reach a much greater number "
Scout Booth Show to be held at of boys. Elmoria Roberts during a recent campaign rally heldat
the Miami Beach ConventionHall Dade County auditorium. Elmoria lives at 1085

on November 22 and 23, During his visit to Miami, Give to NW 52nd Street andhas been employed at the audi .
and to carryon his ightagainst Moore will visit with boys in torium for 14 years. She was elated when Richard 'If i

juvenile delinquency throughhis the Liberty City area, telling Nixon paused to shake her hand and talk to her as
ABC program. them about scouting. He will your ..
he arrived at the auditorium. Elmoria helped serve
"ABC stands for any boy ARCHIE MOORE meet with leaders business, tea and light refreshments at a small reception for ,-
can . if he wants to," says civic and religious groups to
Moore. "Any boy can be a better and he can do it now by being explain Scouting's opportunity United Fund Mrs. Nixon before the rally began. -, Metro Dade

man, a better American a Boy Scout." to serve inner-city boys. County Parks and Recreation Dept. photo.Premier .,




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2 THE MIAMI TIUF*.. Friday. -, November 15.,- ..1968LETTERS .. __ .

-' EVA'S MASSAGE Phi Delta Kappa

EDITOR II
6 DAYS

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Phi program was, "Preparing to-
of
WttUaYI:5 p.m.-10 p.m National Sorority for tomorrow's as
I simply cah'l linderstand whys the majority of Negroes in Alpha Delta day's youth .
Delta Kappa This is the Na- cal
America vote the Democratic Party Ticket.Aren't they aware 10am.6p.ini presented Teach-A- opportunity.
Saturdays: Chapter, theme for the by
of the fact that Senators Russell, Talmadge, Long, Eastland, Kami on Monday, Oct. 21, in tional general
Mccelland Fulbright, Stennis,and Holland are all Democrats? PrinuryC. The theme of the year. and
These Senators, along with Just a few from other sections 532-8041,
(outside the South) control virtually all important Senate Com-
mittees. The same thing is true in the House of Representatives -
where Southern die-hards control and block .. f
piece ,
every : : 'I
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of legislation designed to help the Negro in such areas as Civil h ,; ;,:/ti'.; .'
Rights, Rat Control, Fair Employment Practices, etc. J'lI sor
I say the Negro must finally wake up and show the national );; Dade
leaders of the Democratic Party that there must be a general : I
house cleaning of these Southern Democrats who remain in office tions
term onto term. Stop looking merely at the cover of the
book where such fair-headed boys as John Kennedy Lyndon
Johnson, and Hubert Humphrey appear. Turn the pages and a
find the likes of Russell Long,and Allen Ellender of Louisiana, from
Eastland and Stennis of Mississippi, and a motly group of ;
others who really control the so-called party of the poor man. i
,', the
A Republican Negro '
Willard W. Hart i
1251 NW Little River Drive. |I
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tinuing Education, and J. Calvin Leonard, acting chairman of the UM department . west)
Model City Social Security of human relations, discussed plans for joint sponsorship of programs i in .

of "the James E. Scott Community Association -
the Black community with members
Office Cheers 1,000th board at a luncheon meeting held at the UM Faculty Club on Thursday,, a

Nov. 7. From !left to right are Harold Guinyard, Mrs. Georgia T. Nelson, Dr.
Applicant Allen, Archie Hardwick (executive director of the James E. Scott Community
. Association) and Prof. Leonard. Mr. Hardwick is also a parMims member of ,.
Mrs. Catherine Grant happier one after all.Since she ,
2524 NW 51st St., was greeted was 62 some time ago,she can the University's human relations faculty. JESCA is a United Fund agency. ,

on October 31 as the 1,000th look forward to receiving a . .
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person to apply for social security year's back checks. "That t.fiF, :: ,,,: .wt;:'::; , : ;
benefits at the New money will certainly come in ." -- "I I
Model! Social Of- for ."J\.. '
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fice."I said with a big smile. ,S'. ,
felt kind of blue that day," Since the new neighborhoodsocial '
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says Mrs. Grant, "because it security facility opened I'f } .
would have been my husband's on June 28, 1968 more than <
birthday, had he lived." She 3000 people in the communityhave I 1"V ......._' -._...:-.
visited the social security office called there.About one .-."'".. .,
during the evening hours out of three has filed a claim. \. 'it ra N x hV'ciiL
provided each Thursday from The office is at 5225 NW 12th I
4:30 to 7:30 After talking to Avenue and is open Monday !
the interviewer and filing her Friday, from 8:30 am.to430 ;,.
claim for widow's benefits, p.m., Thursday until7:30p.m. N.W.'r .;
her blue halloween became a the phone number Is 7578591. ."
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LoU Jordan, Teller and graduate of Crooms High School Sanford, Florida ,
Miss D. Leipziger, officer in charge, welcomes greets a typical family that saves regularly at the Roosevelt
Mrs. Catherine Grant to Model City Social
Security Office.
Where
People come First

. .for Saving with
Security and
F. S. E. S. REPORT:

Training Jobs Open Now It's never too early to start saving regularly, in order ment and by ,
to develop the
qualities of thrift and self-reliance these know
If have but want to work. .here is which savers that
you no experience an are so important to every youngster and adult.
opportunity to learn a trade. All you have to do is apply And regardless of age, you'll find it to highest dividends
for them at the Employment Service Office listed below where you enjoy both liberal dividends and pays the save ings accounts are insured .
(1) A North Miami employer needs several railroad afforded by the South's largest security manent agency of the
switchman trainees. You must be a high school graduateand savings institution.
Whether
be in good physical condition. The salary will be 27. More than a quarter million people have entrusted : your account is
always
a day for a good worker who is willing to learn. Suitable their savings to FIRST FEDERAL, because they know receive a warm
eight hour work shifts will be arranged. their funds are protected by experienced Federal. . where people
(2)) A local employer needs a willing worker tobe train- manage-
ed as a warehouseman. You must be in good physical con-
dition and be able to lift up to 100 pounds. You would work
from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Monday through Friday for a MI
starting salary of $80.00 a week. SAVE BY THE hqF THE MONTH EARN AS OF THE .
(3) A Hialeah employer has a job opening for a mechani- " -" ._____
cally toclined trainee. You must be in good)physical: con-
dltlc. and interested in learning the repair and mainten- ROOSEVELT OFFICE
ance of factory machinery.The salary is$2.00 an hour for
I a five day, forty hour week. ( :
( First
: (4) A local employer has a Job opening for a high school (1)) Federal

I graduate to learn the repair and maintenance of aircraft ,oaw. V
I safety equiptment. A good dependable. worker canstartat AND LOAN ASSOCIATION. OF MIAMI
$82.00 for a five day week.
I Apply for all these jobs at the Industrial Office, Fla. w. H, WALKER JR. CHAIRMAN AMERICA'S OLDEST FEDERAL ,
State Employment Service 1350 N.W. 12th Avenue. Employment LARGEST IN
t Service offices are open at 8:00 a.m.sharp Monday DOWNTOWN 1 FLAGIER STREET
100 N.E. lif Av.. 374292 | CORAL
through Friday. 300 E. flog I., S,. 374.8411 WAY
2750
NORTH MIAMI KENDALL S.W. 22nd S>. 446-7692 8380
900 H.E. 125th S,. 757.3471 I I Dad.land SIIoppinQ. HOMESTEAD
661.5373
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YORK.-James Earl based on Ray's written an- by Ray on August 21, 1967. "home address and telephone analyzing months of investi- during the election year of
Ray, the man accused of slaying -, swers to questions .submittedby Of that trip for Raoul, Ray number and said he'd either gative research. Some of the 1968.
Dr. Martin Luther King, the author. wrote: write or call me in maybe six features of the plot, as stated
Jr., said Tuesday that he probably While a fugitive in Canada, "I suppose I became involved weeks. He also gave me $500 by Huie There was no need, after
became involved in plot said Huie, Ray had met a man in some sort of plot to kill for living expenses and an- Dr. King was to be mur- King's assassination, for the
to murder King when he who called himself Raoul. King when I first took those other $500 to buy some camera dered for effect by calculatingmen plotters to murder the actual
agreed, as a start, tohaul After eight meetings with Ray, packages Into the U.S. from equipment he described tome who wanted to use his killer or killers In order to
packages of narcotics across Raoul offered the accused assassin Canada. I would think it had all ." murder to trigger violent conflict silence them forever. If he or
the Canadian border. living expenses, a good been de c Ide d before the car Huie said that the"ouUine"of between white and Negro they were caught,a trial could
Ray's own admission of pos car, suitable identification, (the white 1966 Ford Mustang) the plot to murder King became citizens. yield extra dividends of hatred
sible Implication in a murder eventual travel papers and was bought in Birmingham,as "visible to me" after He was to be murdered and violence.
plot was revealed in an article $12,000 if Ray would return to no one would have given me
published in the current issue the United States, establish $3000 in Birmingham Just to

of Look magazine.The article, himself in Birmingham, Ala., haul narcotics across the bor '
by author William Bradford and make himself"available.' der. But nobody told me anything .> "Kk? '" ,:",'}".:'to Z-:..",(,....'''' 'J Vt'f'f r;i :<: : :. FAMILY HEALTH CENTER k '" .
Huie, details Ray's actions and Part of the mysterious offer about any planned mur- :'tl't4\)1: : ; ;'1; :' ,. : ,s..' .:. (TEMPORARY QUARTERS *
movements after he left was that Ray would bring der of King or of anyone else." h -.:'..., : '. .
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Canada. some packages into the US via In the article, Huie .t" '. '! ,'
The article in Look is the automobile across the he has reached the conclusionthat ; .* ';; :' \f"._ 'n....
second in a series dealing with Windsor-Detroit border be- Ray is telling the truth, >
Ray and the assassination of fore proceeding to Birmingham. that although the plot to mur- &
: Dr. King. Huie's account is The trip was carried outII' der King existed as early as : s t
August 15, 1967, Rayknewnothing '. .
Freshman InvestitureAt of the planned murder at ....
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right up to less than two weeks ,r _
before the assassination ac- 1 -., -;

Barry turally took place. King was .. \ !1.J .:
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slain on April 4, 1968. i,
Barry College will hold its Of the 150 fresh men, 102 are 1if'I
It was noted that those con- J ,. ... ,,".,
annual Freshmen Investiture resident students with 19 ". .;
clusions are based upon the Iri '"
ceremony Sunday, December states and 6 countries represented author's exhaustive personal _4 ;
4, at 2 p.m. in the college auditorium Bahamas, Dominica, investigation of Ray's state- .L..Ji

W.L, Korea, Malaysia, Pana- ments and on information .
Dean Robert Allen, Ph. D., ma and Thailand. withheld by Huie until Ray'strial .
Professor of Education, Deanof Many parents are expectedto is completed.After .
Continuing Education and attend the Investiture cere-
the border crossing,
Director of Summer Sessionsat mony as it climaxes the end of
Ray drove to Chicago in his old
the University of Miami, Parents' Weekend at Barry. and battered red Plymouth,
will speak on, "The Problemof Following the ceremony, a sold it there and then took a
Educating the Class of'72." reception will be held in train to Birmingham, accord-
Sister Mary Dorothy, O.P., Thompson Hall for faculty, ing to the instructions given
Ph.D., President of Barry. parents, students and friends.
him by Raoul. Setting himselfup -- --
College, will officially present with a room and board in Back row, If to rti; Mrs. Martha Latimore, Miss Bertha Nixon, Mrs. Caro-

to each freshman girl of her her ., ..ff7.-f--. ( Birmingham, Ray awaited fur lyn Jones, Mrs. Ethel Jones, Mrs. Anita Johns, Nursing Supervisor; Mrs.
academic
cap, symbol '' ther contact from Raoul which
Lula Coordinator. If Dr. Thomas L.
K. Front
commitment to scholastic en- ;' Thorpe, Training row, to rt,
came in the form of a letter a
r If:; .Aa9'' '7 1+I few days later. James, Project Director; Mrs. Altamese Stewart, Mrs. Glendine Wright, Mrs.

The letter instructed Ray to Rosa Williams, Mrs. Vibeke Stewart, Dr George Simpson, Medical Director.

meet Raoul in a cafe. As Ray

r df' t1p:. described the meeting to Huie: Carroll Visits Guatemala
': ro'k.a A "I met him (Raoul), and he
told me to get a good car,
around $2000. Next day found coupCarroll

'.\ such a car and described it to mala on a goodwill tour.as a Wright of Saint Paul AME
him that night .. He,said it DOUBLE ACTION guest of the Aviateca Airline -
}}i: sounded okay, and next morn- ICOLORSGRAYHAIR&A01 which is government owned. Church. They are expected to
m ing on the street he gave me 2 DRESSES HJUR IK PLAa It is understood that he will be make a general tour ofGuate-

.:i: Y V 5 f $2000 in 100 and 50 and 20- accompanied by his personal mala.

d ..., .J dollar bills. The car was a
white 1966 Mustang, with red
( SANDRA STRINGER interior and about 18,000
Ii .. Among the freshmen stu- miles on it, FOR THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMMODATIONSAT
-- ---- dents this year are Sandra J. I didn't like
: "The only thing MODERATE RATES-CALL
ANN S. WEBB Stringer daughter of Mr. and
about it wa s the color. Raoul
I dea vors. The cap and gown will Mrs Leroy Stringer, 14681 didn't like that either, but he
It, be worn at all important functions Jackson Street; and Ann S. said go ahead and get it.At his BONDED :
throughout her col- Webb, daughter of Mr.George request I gave Raoul a set of ;
lege career. Webb, 787 NW 51st Street.,,, keys to the car,and he took my
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2 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, November 15, J968 .

EVA'S MASSAGE Phi Delta Kappa Presents

LETTERS. to EDITORI J 6 DAYS I

), '-\;' ,,4 ' ., .,._. 1230 Miami Alton Beach Road T Teach' A- Rama
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of Phi program was, "Preparing were
Weekdayt:5p.m.-lO Sorority
p.m. National
The
simply'ci1i1'(\mderstaha why the majority of Negroes in Alpha Delta day's youth for tomorrow'sopportunity. as follows: "Achieving Physi-
America vote the Democratic Party Ticket.Aren't they aware Saturday: 1 Oam.6 p.m. Delta Kappa, Teach-A- ." This is the Na- cal Fitness in Today's Youth"
presented
of the fact that Senators Russell, Talmadge, Long, Eastland, Chapter Rami on, Monday, Oct. 21, in tional general theme for the by Mr. Frederick Pittman,director -
Mccelland, Fulbright, Stennis,and Holland are all Democrats? Primary C. The theme of the year. Dorsey Jr.High School,
These Senators, along with Just a few from other sections 532-8041 I and "Problems facing our
(outside the South) control virtually all important Senate Com- children in the Elementary,
mittees. The same thing is true in the House of Representatives 11T" } Junior and Senior High
where Southern die-hards control and block every piece : > -<(. " :, ,,,(\ ;r;. r :: 1i.:, Schools," by Mr. Clifford
of legislation designed to help the Negro in such areas as Civil -. :' llAMfl._. "l: .)><.';. I Ii Matthews: assistant supervisor -
ff''lft .
,d, of the Northwest District
Rights, Rat Control, Fair Employment Practices, etc. .."''l'J';f#y-c"" ", > ;;- << ; ,
I say the Negro must finally wake up and show the national :: J'r.:: <;, Dade County Board of Public
leaders of the Democratic Party that there must be a general , Instruction. Musical selec-
house cleaning of these Southern Democrats who re main in office iq' tions were presented by the
term onto term. Stop looking merely at the cover of the t Miami Northwestern Chorus.

book where such fair-headed boys as John Kennedy, Lyndon The program was ended witha
Johnson, and Hubert Humphrey appear. Turn the pages and question and answer period
find the likes Russell Long,and Allen Ellender of Louisiana, $ from the audience and remarks -
Eastland and Stennis of Mississippi, and a motly group of by Mrs. Marjorie
others who really control the so-calledpartyof the poor man. Rhodes, who is the BasUeus of
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1j the local chapter.TeachARama.
A Republican Negro '
: is a very
Willard W. Hart important phase of the Sorority's -
1251 NW Little River Drive.
national
program. Local
""A...."". ____ u __.__u. .. chapters of the Sorority in

Dr. M. Robert Allen, dean of the University of Miami's Division of Con- every region(east, southeast,
southwest midwest far-
Education and J. Calvin Leonard, acting chairman of the UM depart- or
tinuing west) present annually this
Model City Social Security ment of human relations, discussed plans for joint sponsorship of programs in segment of the Sorority's pro-

the Black community with members of the James E. Scott Community Association gram to the community. It is

Office Cheers 1,000th board at a luncheon meeting held at the UM Faculty Club on Thursday,. a program by which the family

Nov. 7. From left to right are Harold Guinyard, Mrs. Georgia T. Nelson, Dr. teachers and the communitywork

Applicant Allen, Archie Hardwick (executive director of the James E. Scott Community derstanding together while for better trying un-to
- Association) and Prof. Leonard. Mr. Hardwick is also a part-tin member of
Mrs. Cat her in e Grant of happier one after all.Since she solve common problem, to
human relations faculty. JESCA is a United Fund agency.
the
University's meet the needs of our children.
2524 NW 51st St., was greeted was 62 some time ago,she can
on October 31 as the 1,000th look forward to receiving a ,.. --- --- ,
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person to apply for social se- year's back checks. "That .,.,'i'.:;. .;: >
curity benefits at the New money will certainly come in -T I
d' .
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M.>del City Social Security Of handy for the holidays," she i
said with a big smile.
fice."I felt kind of blue that day," Since the new neighborhoodsocial $ :. ,. fa..
says Mrs. Grant, "because it security facility openedon ,.
would been husband's June 28 1968 more than
have my '
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birthday, had he lived." She 3000 people in the communityhave .'w.- .... t
visited the social security office called there.About one .... ,.It -. . ..
during the evening hours out of three has filed a claim. ,,;. .. .
provided each Thursday from The office is at 5225 NW 12th tl''J . 't
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4:30 to 7:30 After talking to Avenue and is open Monday .. .. '.. .1
the interviewer and filing her Friday, from 8:30 a.m.to4:30
claim for widow's benefits, p.m., Thursday until730p.m.:
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Miss D. Leipziger, officer in charge, welcomes / greets a typical family that saves regularly at the Roosevelt office.

Mrs. Catherine Grant to Model City Social

Security Office. Where People come First


I . .for Saving with Security and Earning PowerIt's
F. S. E. S. REPORT:

Training Jobs Open Now never too early to start saving regularly, in orderto ment and by exceptionally strong reserves. Too,
develop the qualities of thrift and self-reliance these savers know that FIRST FEDERAL pays the

U you have no experience but want to work...here is an which are so important to every youngster and adult. highest dividends consistent with safety, and saVe
opportunity to learn a trade. All you have to do is apply And regardless of age, you'll find it pays to save ings accounts are insured up to $15,000 by a per-
for them at the Employment Service Office listed below where you enjoy both liberal dividends and the secur- manent agency of the United States Government.
(1)) A North Miami employer needs several railroad ity afforded by the South's largest savings institution. will
switchman trainees. You must be a high school graduateand Whether your account is large or small, you
be in good physical condition. The salary will be $27. More than a quarter million people have entrusted always receive a warm welcome at America's Oldest
a day for a good worker who is willing to learn. Suitable their savings to FIRST FEDERAL, because they know Federal. . where people come first.
eight hour work shifts will be arranged. their funds are protected by experienced manage
(2) A local employer needs a willing worker tobe trained
as a warehouseman. You must be in good physical con-
dition and be able to lift up to 100 pounds. You would work

from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.,Monday through Friday for a [ SAVE BY THE 20th op THE MONTH EARN AS OF THE l let ]
starting salary of$80.00 a week.

I mechanically) ROOSEVELT OFFICE
ditlc. and interested in learning the repair and mainten-
ance of factory machinery.The salary Is$2.00 an hour for '*'

a five day, forty hour week. (: )) First Federal Savings
I (4) A local employer has a Job opening for a high school f INSURED ,
graduate to learn the repair and maintenance of aircraft '.e.w>,: AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI i iI
I safety equiptment. A good dependable worker can star at I

$82.00 for a five day week. W. M WALKER JR.. CHAIRMAN AMERICA'S OLDEST FEDERAL ., LARGEST IN THE SOUTH
I Apply for all these Jobs at the Industrial Office, Fla.
State Employment Service 1350 N.W. 12th Avenue. Em-
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ployment Service offices are open at 8:00 a.m.sharp Mon- 100 N.E. 1st Av.. 374-6292 300 E.Ftagt.r S,.. 374-8411 2750 SW.22nd S,. 446.7692 8380 N.E. 2nd Ay.. 7.51.4.511
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L'.R y"TII: $; fPlbl Tru Murder 'Dr; Martin Lut1iFKing .


';"MI flEW YORK.--James Earl based on Ray's writ ten answers by Ray on August 21, 1967. borne address and telephone analyzing months of Investigative during the election year' of ;

Ray, the man accused of slaying to questions submittedby Of that trip for Raoul, Ray number and said he'd either research. Some of the 1968.
Dr. Martin Luther King; the author. wrote: write or call me in maybe six features of the plot, as stated
Jr., said Tuesday that he prob- While a fugitive in Canada, "I suppose became Involved weeks. He also gave me $500 by Hule: There was no need, after
ably became involved in a plotto said Hule, Ray had met a man in some sort of plot to kill for living expenses and another Dr. King was to be murdered King's assassination, for the
murder King when he who called himself Raoul. King when I first took those $500 to buy sane camera for effect by calculatingmen plotters to murder the actual
agreed, as a start, to haul After eight meetings with Ray, packages into the U.S. from equipment he described tome who wanted to use his killer or killers in order to
packages of narcotics across Raoul offered the accused assassin Canada. I would think it had all ." murder to trigger violent con silence them forever. If he or
the Canadian border. living expenses, a good been decided before the car Huie said that the"outline"of flict between white and Negro they were caught,a trial could
Ray's own admission of pos- car, suitable identification, (the white 1966 Ford Mustang) the plot to murder King became citizens. yield extra dividends of hatred
sible implication in a murder eventual travel papers and was bought In Birmingham "visible to me" after He was to be murdered and violence.
plot was revealed in an article $12,000 if Ray would return to no one would have given me
published in the current issueof the United States, establish $3000 In Birmingham Just to
Look magazine.The article, himself In Birmingham, Ala., haul narcotics across the bor
by a u t h o r William Bradford and make himself available* der. But nobody told me anything ,:: '- 4.. ;..., '''' ;5 FAMILY HEALTH CENTER k6

Hule, details Ray's actions and Part of the mysterious offer about any planned mur- '- (TEMPORARY QUARTERS
movements after he left was that Ray would bring der of King or of anyone else." ,
Canada. some packages into the US via In the article, Hule said that
The article in Look is the automobile across the he has reached the conclusionthat 2i : ; :r<, : ' '
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second in a series dealing with Windsor-Detroit border be- Ray is telling the truth, : I :
Ray and the assassination of fore proceeding to Birmingham. that although the plot to mur-
Dr. King. Rule's account is The trip was carried out der King existed as early as
August IS, 1967, Ray knew nothing -
r Freshman InvestitureAt of the planned murder
I right up to less than two weeks r'R
before the assassination ac- /.
BarryANN turally took place. King was '
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slain on April 4, 1968. ..1 .,' \, '
Barry College will hold its Of the 150 freshmen, 102 are /.0 .
It was noted that those con- {'( ". I t
resident students with 19 f
annual Freshmen Investiture .
clusions are based upon the ,
ceremony Sunday, December states and 6 countries represented author's exhaustive personal .;
4, at 2 p.m. in the college auditorium Bahamas, Dominica, investigation of Ray's state-
W.!., Korea, Malaysia, Pana- ments and on Information still iJ"
Dean Robert Allen, Ph. D., ma and Thailand. withheld by Huie until Ray's :
Professor of Education, Deanof Many parents are expectedto trial is completed.
Continuing Education and attend the Investiture cere-
After the border crossing,
Director of Summer Sessionsat mony as It climaxes the end of
Ray drove to Chicago In his old
the University of Miami, Parents' Weekend at Barry. and battered red Plymouth,
will speak on, "The Problemof Following the ceremony, a sold It there and then took a
Educating the Class of' ?2." reception will be held in train to Birmingham, accord-

Sister Mary Dorothy, O.P., Thompson Hall for faculty, ing to the instructions given
Ph.D., President of Bat parents, students and friends. him by Raoul. Setting himselfup
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College, will officially present <<"i"d' with a room and board in Back row, If to rt; Mrs. Martha Latimore, Miss Bertha Nixon, Mrs. Caro

to each freshman girl her 1. "jV, Birmingham, Ray awaited fur lyn Jones, Mrs. Ethel Jones, Mrs. Anita Johns, Nursing Supervisor; Mrs.
academic cap, symbol of her }. ,, ther contact from Raoul,which If Thomas L.
commitment to scholastic en- Lula K. Thorpe, Training Coordinator. Front row, to rt, Dr.
came in the form of a letter a
I I} ',': : James Project Director Mrs. Altamese Stewart Mrs. Glendine Wright Mrs.
4 ,j:, ;; '; ., few days later. ; ,
; jil\"i! :W'< The letter instructed Ray to Rosa Williams, Mrs. Vibeke Stewart, Dr. George A.. Simpson, Medical Director.
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meet Raoul in a cafe. As Ray

described the meeting to Huie: Carroll Visits Guatemala .
"I met him(Raoul), and he i1fijti s s
told me to get good car, etzF County Commissioner Earl friend and religious counselor -
around $2000. Next day found Carroll left Sunday for Guate- the Rev. Temperence
such a car and described it to mala on a goodwill tour as a Paul AME
Wright of Saint 'J
him that night .. He,said it DOUBLE ACTION, guest of the Aviateca Airline
/COLORS GRAY HJURBiAtf Church.. They are expected to
w R sounded okay, and next morn- which is government owned.
ing on the street he gave me '2 DRESSES HAIR IN PtACE It Is understood that he will be make a general tour of Guate
$2000 in 100 and 50 and 20- t; accompanied by his personal mala.
dollar bills. The car was a
white 1966 Mustang, with red
SANDRA STRINGER interior and about 18,000
Among the freshmen stu- miles on it. FOR THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMMODATIONSAT

dents this year are Sandra J. "The only thing I didn't like MODERATE RATES-CALL
S. WEBB Stringer daughter of Mr. and
about it wa s the color. Raoul
deavors. The cap and gown will Mrs. Leroy Stringer, 14681 didn't like that either, but he
I be worn at all important functions Jackson Street; and Ann S. said go ahead and get it.At his BONDED _...'
; throughout her col- Webb, daughter of Mr.George request I gave Raoul a set of I. .
lege career. Webb, 787 NW 51st Street. keys to the car,and he took my '

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Brownsville Citizens r !To Be Equal




I Organize Own ThingReorg2J.izatloo I by Whitney M. Young Jr.Executive .
Office: 6530 NW 15t4.A..MJIW.J. FU.33147-Phone: 691-0421

H. E. SICISMUND REEVES. e4it.d PvblisherGARTH under the new Executive Director of DiredorNatlonal Urban Leau.

C. REEVES. Mono?!*? Editor EOP, liarie Carl, has proven to be successfully launchedin

STAHLSY I. S"fETING TK .tricdl Editor Brownsville. The citizens of this community have unitedtogether PresidentRichard
The Our New
I to torn a community corporation named t
Notional Advertising Representative Concerned Citizens Council of Brow asville, Inc. To date
: Amalgamated PwblisHerc, IMC.: boards Nlxion won the 1968 eliff-hanger of a Presidential 7
of the four component
bare had three meetings
they
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310 MUicon A.eiwe, New Yank N. Y. 10017 the help of black voters. They cast '
their
of an Area election without
in their since tie appointment
r Member of the Notionol Newspaper Publishers Acsociotio existing area !
2400 S. Mid,M Awert ue. Chic 090. IH. 60616 Director October 1, Approximately,one month later, ballots overwhelmingly for Hubert Humphrey. One reason that 1
the component boards merged and filed their Articles of is often given for this Is the deep suspicion that the Nixon camp 1
SUBSCRIPTION RATES the Florida with segregationist Senator Strom Thurmond !
under deal 1 1That's
ONe YEAR :S.GO SIX MONTHS S3.00 FOREIGN S6.00 Incorporation, as a non profit organization made a

Statutes. people will bewatchl.ngMr.NIxIon's :
Ea'-e1l as Second Class Matter, Awowst 9, 1927 at the Post The citizens in the ghetto are often powerless toact In why many early
Office at Miami. Florida under the act of March 8. 1876 vir- appointments. Will he appoint black citizens to his cabinet or
their environment or pitsofpawerty.Hencetheyhave to other high positions?Will such important posts as secretary
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"TKe tually little or DO effect on public decisions. The nation,
of Health Education, and Welfare, Secretary of Housing and
,
NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead for direct decisions
the and the too large
county city are
the world from racial and national awto9owis.w..hew it accords is not Urban Development, and other federal officers who have vast
,
neighborhood
ta every nan regardless of his race creed or color his human and require representation. But the to change ghetto conditions, go to men who are
and legol rights. Hating ow nton, fearing no men--the Negro and it is on this level that self-government is possible power of black people.
to the goals
t Press strives to help every nan in the firm belief that all men thrcqh: community aetial. sympathetic

are hurt at long as onyona is held baclu public things which belong to the people,such as welfare I think it Is very important for Mr.Nixon to publicly commit

services and their now through a private
distribution himself to these appointments before a President-elect usually
agency and are translated by a private person,the director -
announces them In January. Black people, and all Americanswho
Metro Commission Should not accountable to eithertbe government or the residents have a stake In the programs committing to the end of

of neighborhood. The foods and staff come from out- poverty, need early assurances that their interests will not be
side Be neighborhood rarely, if ever,do you find a com-

Take A Close LookLast peting agency. Therefore, a monopoly may exist no matter Ignored.And .

bow beneficial and do good may be the purpose of the I don't think they will be. Mr. Nixon is a very shrewdman

Agency, it has become the wall of the ghetto. It could be a a master politician. He has to govern this nation for the

week in a front page editorial The Miami Times raisedthe barrier to the citizen's right to relate directly to his municipal next four years, and he will have to pursue policies that will

issue, "Most Blacks Always Be Used?"Tbe editorial dealt government. D is sometimes undemocratic and get him re-elected In 1972.

with the recommendation of Metro's Little HUD Board to award tyrannical.Ooe .
know what he feel he owes the South for his nomina-
I don't
a contract to Louis Falk local attorney and developer to rebuild is transfer of the
of the answers to this hangup the
6.6 acres of Miami's urban renewal area. private agency to neighborhood control as a basis for tion and his victory, but lam sure that he knows that the price
for selling out the black ghetto Is too terrible to pay. America
This would relate
Since that time, we have further explored the proposals sub building Deighbarbood self-government. can't afford another cycle of violence, counter-violence, and
the of the to municipal serrices -
people: neighborhood directly
mitted by the two groups which caused the controversy and repression.Of .
of the city. This is also the means of bringing the
we are more convinced that the proposal receiving tte minority -
ghetto back into direct relationship with the people.To course, It takes time to formulate new programs, so per-
vote is by far the best one and offers the residents of
the extent that the community corporation is the recipient haps the most assuring thing President-elect Nixon could do is
the black community a greater degree of participation in all
aspects. of Federal grants, the transfer to neighborhood to immediately announce who his Attorney-General will be.

control is also the means by which the neighborhood can Mr. Nixon made this appointment a major campaign issue,

Since the copy of our last issue hit the streets we have been be loaded by the Federal government and by which Federal stating that he would appoint someone who would war on

besieged by telephone calls from citizens in the community resources can be used for the residents'own self-decided crime. But I think it is important that his appointee should be

and the overwhelming concensus was that theybope the Metro programs.The committed to stopping the crime of illegal discrimination.We .

Commission will take a serious look at both of these proposalsand Brownsville community has taken its first step, incorporation discrimination
laws
have against housing employment
,
make a wise decision in warding the contract on Monday. No other community in Florida has attemptedthis
education, and health services. This law of the land
new endeavor. Perhaps, many shall depend upon the
is flouted andlwouldhope that a man elected on a
We reiterate our position that black sponsors should,where direction in which the Concerned Citizens Council of repeatedly,

qualified, be approved for any Federal Housing project that is Brownsville now turns as they approach the second step. pledge to maintain law and order will appoint an Attorney-

available. But NOT to the detriment of themselves, and other Mi. George Kilpatrick was elected as the President of General \\to--early and publicly--pledges to strictly enforce

blacks, and to the financial benefit of other groups who will the newly elected board of Directors, an active and concerned anti-discrimination laws.

rake off all of the financial benefits and leave the black organizations citizen of the area. The other officers are: Mr. The Wallace vote surprised a lot of people.The media blew

with only the mortgage. Thomas licRay, a PTA president,first rice president and him up, giving him an importance and dignity that it was

Mrs. Louise Butler, secretary-treasurer. obvious he did not have. A lot of voters were angry this year

Also present and a subscriber to Articles of Incorporation and told the pollsters they would vote for Wallace. But when

was the neighborhood county commissioner, Earl the time came to cast their ballots, sanity prevailed, and the
South Dade Crisis Resolved Carroll The Brownsville Area Director, Gwen Cherry, cocky Alabaman was weak outside the Solid South.

also a local attorney served as a promoter for the Corporation -
But not weak enough.In some states,the Wallace vote, smallas
while the d the
The Community Relations Board Thursday, decided to drafting corporation was done by
it was was the factor the state to one
Edelman deciding throwing
Philip a neighborhood attorney as an inkindIn
praise the School: Board for courage in tackling the South Dade
candidate or another. I hope we are never again in a position
explaining to the citizens in the simplest terms what
High School racial crisis. We too extend our praises to the
where a candidate backed by the worst elements in our societycan
Incorporation meant to the Mr.Edelman
members of the School: Board for tackling this ticklish situation community, stat-
ed swing the electoral votes of big states.Wallace is looking
: "Incorporation is like an automobile Mrs. and
even though we strongly feel they were a little slow in Cherry
doing so. I will give you an automobile or corporation and it will toward 1972, hoping to head a national right-wing movement.It's .

take yon where yon want to go. Only you, the people can a danger that can't be ignored.And .

But more important than this, we believe,is the question of drive tt or determine the ctlrediCllJOal' corporation goes. we should give Hubert Humphrey his due. He ran

bow much influence and authority can the local principal exert Mrs. Cherry and I will build or construct the vehicle a spirted campaign, coming from behind to within abair'sbreadth
in matters of this sort or other problems of a racial nature automobile:: then give it to You the
you. people can drive of victory. He has been a gread public servant, one of
There a transition being made? it to Tallahassee, California downtown Miami, or the strongest civil rights fighters America.Ihope be stayed

For example, if a principal and his staff knew mat his school Canada," the option is roars" i in the public life and continues to give the nation the benefit of

was going to be integrated next year, and realizing that ALL Mrs. Cherry added "We might farther on down the his experience and wisdom.PHIL .

students like to participate in ALL of me school activities, is road bare to famish the citizens a map to show them how

be obligated to forsee and/or anticipate these problems and to get to California if that is where they want to go; but

attempt to work them out before the crisis arises? We believe they can get a map themselves so they probably may not

I that they should. need us, after incorporation. However, cur services are OSSOFERI
I available to me community to provide knowledge or know

and better in which all of us bow as to bow to go about obtaining rarkxts
For a stronger community grants, pri- thought it was quite touch- nations of partisan politics.Let .
must live, we strongly urge that local principals and staffs, vate and public but its purely optional, as whether or Ing when President elect us be on guard against the

r would take a bard nose look at some of these problems and not the citizens utilize" our services or someone else is Richard Nixon singled out the kind of political "deal" that

work quietly but diligently behind the scenes to correct or their own choosing. placard "Bring us together brought an end to the Recon-

avoid them prior to the crisis.'ie This is community action an independent organization again" as being the most struction period during the
approach to anti-poverty effort, a particular method of North
meaningful sign he saw in the last century, "uniting'
participation of the poor. Federal resources will be recent campaign. It's good to and South by selling out the
brought; into the neighborhood as a basis for
liditor's otebooh its developing know that our next presidentwas Black man. This kind of bring
own power and political consciousness
as well as so moved by this sign that ing together we can do without.
economic social and cultured
development.This is
where he vowed to mistakes are
the make its messagea The past and its
CIVIL RIGHTS ACT OF 1968 important political change is happening In America. primary objective of his ad gone. If we must look back,let

ministration. I pray that he it be only for the sake of avoiding -

The dark spot upon the pages of American history is the Till succeed and he will If he those same errors. We

[tardiness with which we have removed onerous discriminations gets the cooperation of all know today that only the unityof

from many millions of oar fellow citizens. ROY WILKINS Americans. all mankind not just of

This Is a most important North and South not just Re-
The tragedy has been in the slowness of pace, at least until Ye Editor has always been among those bolding much respect not
project Democrat -
calling for and
universal publican
recent years which has characterized this struggle. S was for Roy Wilkins National Director of the National Association of all
participation. We have the unity
had even just
nearly a hundred years and after a bloody war before the for the Advancement of Colored People. Now comes would
enough of this
shackles of slavery were stricken from the wrists of black news that three local branch presidents of the NAACP have separation and es- Americans, though
trangement. first step,
Too long has necessarily be the
Americans. It was nearly 150 years before women were called for his resignation, describing him as the No. 1 Uncle looked man take the
upon man with disdain will suff ice. It will
. emancipated to the full status otcfize ishfp.ltwas nearly 175 Tom of America; saying that he has become so much a part With hate than
and Less
with
lack mankind.
of of all
,ears before children were accorded equality of access to p.abUc of the white establishment, be is no longer an effective representative compassion unity In
it is acceptable
of the black people. enough. We have this will not be
schools.:
Well, Mr. Wilkins is quite able to defend himself, so let's tried the negative methods and this universal age. Universal
The Civil Rights Act of 1968 is yet another example that leave it here. they do not work. Let us try unity is the new wine which the

where injustice is found men of good Intent will rally to wipe (for once) love and fellowship old bottles of tradition and

away its stain.The act extends: the protection of fair and ncodiscrimtutory This we can do if we keep in custom cannot contain.We .

administration of justice to those who have BAHAMAS PREMIER VISITS mind that human rights are

previously been denied membership on grand juries and petit God-given rights, and not the are at the crossroads,
Juries in many parts of America. Premier Lyaden O. PiDdling Nassau,Bahamas will be the prerogative of certain humans with one fork of the road lead-
honored guest and speaker at a fond-raising compaign dinnerof vho leading -
would withhold the rights ing to chaos and the other
But the mere significant section deals with the right of any, the Bahamas-American Federation at the McAllister Hotel of others. to that -promISed I

man to bay a home or rent an apartment. based 01 his ability on Sunday at 7 p.m. The "bringing us together' Kingdom of Heaven on earth. t

to pay not because of his race, color, religion or national I On Monday at 6:30 p.m.the Premier will address the annual must Involve the Which road will we chose? I i

origin. dinner meeting of the Economic Society of South Flor Ida at the love as taught by the precepts of it will be the road that i
Prophets pray
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The Rev. Bruce Robertson, Chairman of the Housing '.
Committee, Greater Miami Urban League, has issued the following .

statement defining the League's position on housing in .

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t The Greater Miami Urban League's philosophy housing .,I, , i

r segregation is bad is underscored by its premise that only ," 'J' ,
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be eradicated. Yet, fear, ignorance and prejudice continue to

t. deny free access by minortiy citizens of Dade County to the I"

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The Urban League believes that people should be able to live S L \.

i where they wish, based upon their ability to pay. In the year P. j : I

that Operation Equality has been functioning in Dade County, :'. I
a great deal of resistance has been encountered by our black
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citizens in both attempting to rent or purchase housing out- I

side of the ghettos. coHmIc/c' \ ;,


Black persons planning to live in'integrated communities

because of the desire for decent housing, availability of L/1DAJaE ./

municipal services, schools,recreation,space and trees,con- I
; venience to places of employment or for whatever reason they II I
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choose the location of desirable housing, continue to ask the

} assistance of Operation Equality in finding open-occupancy
listings.
NI" I ( I HI I ( I"II\I tOPPORTUNITY

Therefore, through Operation Equality and its housing com- () () l.JegalServices No All Black Status

mittee, the Urban League will continue to act as a provider of OMM HI KmurqOBM

systematic, comprehensive services to the metropolitan com-
For Howard
munity as it works to ease the ills of segregation which per- 1 UniversityWASHINGTON

petuate bigotry, prejudice and poverty. HYs Leo Adderly,
Center Attorney D, CHowardUniversitytrusteesreleased -
In accordance with Federal laws, Operation Equality will this week the following statement adopted by the

offer services to families In need of housing. Board at Its meeting Tuesday, October 22.

CHOOSING A BUSINESS FORM
The faculty, students, employees, alumni and friends of
This position Is being reaffirmed In the Interest of combating

the humiliating treatment 'experienced by black families who This article will deal with the various types of business Howard University are entitled to a clear-cut delineation
of and aims of the at all times
to the purposes University ,
are consistently refused the right rent or buy.
forms. The most generally used business forms are the cor-
much dis-
is
but particularly at this time when there so
poration, the partnership and the sole proprietorship.Your .
Howard black university.To .
cussion of as a
In almost every case they have been refused the right to rentor choice of business form will affect the division of pro-

buy because of color. Frequently, these applicants are new fits, your risk, and that of other interested parties, the taxes that end, the Board of Trustees Howard University -

to Miami, having been hired by such Industries as the airlinesor you pay, the capital you can raise,your method of control, and makes te following policy statement:
educational institutions, such as our colleges, and become other important problems.

discouraged by their efforts to find housing for their families, Taxes are a very important facto in selecting a business Howard University was founded primarily for the edu-

using traditional means as classified advertisements and form. Tax planning decreases your business risks. Therefore, cation of disadvantaged black people and throughout its

realtors. Often, by the time they come to the League they are you should consult your attorney and/or accountant about the histoy has sought to fulfill that purpose.It still intends to

desperately in need of a suitable place to live. tax advantages and disadvantages of the various business forms carry it out.But nothing Howard's history or its charter

before you select your type of organization.The will support a black university, if by that is meant a university -

The Urban Leage feels it Is appropriate to request coop- corporation is, by far, the most widely used business operated by black people alone and serving only

eration of private property owners, the real estate industry, form today. It has distinct advantages over the other two black students. In fact, the first four graduates of Howard
and business and in fair hous- were white students and for one hundred the Uni-
industry developing a meaningful forms. For example, a corporate stockholder's liability is, years,
ing climate in Dade County. This'vital cooperation can serve usually, limited to the mount of company stock owned by him. versity has n eve discriminated against persons on account -
to remove existing barriers and promote new attitudes regard- of race or color, and does not now Intend to do so.
On the other hand, in the individually owned business and part-
ing fair housing. To this end the following checklist was nership, one is personally liable for all debts of the business, This is not only the policy of the institution, but it is also
developed to facilitate participation In this effort by major local the law of the land.
not merely for his investment. Too, a corporation usually has
groups. existence. The witdrawal death of stockholder
permanent or Howard University is not only dedicated to the teachingof
does not terminate the business formis
business. The
THE ROLE OF THE REAL ESTATE INDUSTRY AND corporate black people but also has a deep commitment to the
PRIVATE PROPERTY OWNERS better suited for large enterprises, and more able to com- study and teaching of the history, culture, and life of the
pete with large concerns than the other two forms. Also, a cor- black people in the United States and Africa. It Is a uni-.

How the real estate industry and private property owners can poration, usually, has less difficulty raising capital. versify determined to teach pride in the black man and his
The form of business has its
partnership advantages too.
multifaceted achievements, in his music and culture,and
help: For example, in a partnership,profits can be divided arbitarily! in himself a personality.
as desired in ratio to capital or services contributed. If the
By treating minority people with the same degree of respect
transactions with corporation divides profits, it must do so in proportion to In any sense of exclusiveness along racial lines, or of an
others
according ; by conducting housing stockholding. Further the borrowing capacity of the partner-
abandonment of our rich history, or of restrictions of
minority people exactly as others are handled by recognizingthe ship is greater than that of the Individual. It may even be said freedom of speech and assoc iatlm.Howard Is not destinedto

desire of monority people for free access to listing any- to be greater in proportion to capital than that of corporations, be a black university. Not only Is this contrary to our
where In the metropolitan area;by cooperating with the Opera- because of the liability for debts which partners must as-
history, but it would not be the exercise of good Judgment.The .
tion Equality Housing Sepcialists in showing homes and apart-
sume. Insistance by a minority (or even a majority) of stu-
ments to who afford them by encouraging continued
anyone can ; The sole however Is the easiest form of
proprietorship, organization dents for the establishment of an exclusive black university -
brokers and sales
cooperation among Anglo,Hispano and Negro to get under way. The proprietor Is In sole control. at Howard Is error. It is too late In history and in the i
people in the exchange of listings and showings by discouraging -
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open There Is none of the red tape encountered more complicated structure of our general society to establish such goalsor
Incite fear and
calculated to panic
subtle behavior
organizations here. This business form is Ideally suited to retailing alms. The promotion of knowledge about the black peo-
in of ethnic racial to bring
neighborhoods or so as
any group,
and to professional and personal services. It affordsthe ple, African history and culture, and the contemporaryrole
in the economic
about rapid sales and resultant rapid change
contact with customers and clients. It
greatest personal of disadvantaged people is antithetical to the edu-
complexion of these neighborhoods; by working with OperationEquality's can be terminated at any time without legal formalities. And cational enterprise; but an exclusive concern and/or con
Division in the constructionand
Housing Development the owner continues the business only as long as it remains trol In education by color restriction In language and
r eh a bill tat Ion housing for minority and low-income
profitable. meaning is a forfeiting of the long struggle achieve en-
families on a dispersed site basis After you decide on the type of business you are interestedin trance into the mainstream.

going into,the number of employees you will need, and make
THE ROLE OF BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY HOUSINGHow IN PROMOTINGA other necessary decisions, see an attorney and an accountantso Certainly we agree with the Idea that we should increaseour
FAIR
BETTER COMMUNITY THROUGH that they can put your business idea into the package form services and interests in the black man and his prob-

better that will best meet your needs. lems; we should seek in our research to aid him in financ-
and agencies can promote a
industry personnel Listen to "Legal Services Presents," on tie Tom Washington ing his own community, in rehabilitation of the ghetto, in

community through fair housing: Show, WMBM, 1490 on the dial, 7 p.m.; and WKAT, 1360on Improvement of his schools, in making life safer for him

employees of existing laws and opportunities your dial, at 11:30 p.m., every Sunday. and in moving him too the mainstream of American busi-
By informing new Intoa ness activity. But at the same time we must continue to
housing choice and selection; by entering
regarding which the carryon the other parts of the role of a university; teach-
with the Urban League,through
service agreement
ing and doing research in a non-racially discriminating
Operation Equality may give assistance to employees in locating ADVERTISE IN THE fashion .
MERCHANTS WHO and setting. University is firmly of the opinion
of the
making literature a part portfolio '
Information purposes; by that we are the last people in America who should
for arrivals by becoming and equal opportunity em- MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY espouse
new ;
restriction on thought or speech. Within this framework
ployer in a real and meaningful way; bypaylng equal salariesto APPRECIATE DOING BUS INESS WITH YOU. we believe Howard's next one hundred will be ,
Improving years greater -
of parallel status thereby -
minority the and minority majority person's people ability to afford abetter home; THEY ,ARE CQURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE. and more constructive than its first one hundred years..

by promoting minority workers at the same rate and by the PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM!
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Gives Watts Factory Contract I IFord

.. - Motor Company,thiS first contract from the Ford

',' -, week joined the ranks of ma- people, we feel that as time
II-' . jor industrial organizations goes on, we will be doing other
utilizing the versatility jobs for them because we have
of the capabilities"
.BY'CLARICE LITTLES ;" and unique capabilities
Miami Times Society Editor : Watts Manufacturing Com- A subsidiary of the Aero jet-
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;'' pany Presently,the Compton- Corporation, Watts
The Honorable Lyndon 0. Pindling, prime minister of the i based, black operated company Manufacturing company presently -
Bahamas,, will be the special guest of the Economic Society of :: 'f: is manufacturing side employs over 500people
South Florida at Its annual dinner meeting at the Dupont Plaza rail brackets to be installed in from the immediate community

Hotel November 18. the Ford Motor Company fac- and has an annual payrollIn
Bill Cosby will do a one-show concert Sunday, November t., tories. excess of $2 million.

17 at 8:30 p.m. in Miami Beach Auditorium.Sad .,'. ,' Watts Manufacturing Company -
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news from Detroit. One of our regular winter visitors, :"' <:'.." has most recently beenin
William Pate died last Saturday. f. tY
because of the receipt -
the news "
It was surprise, surprise for Blanche Dean when her daugh- of contract from the Any wh.r. 'In the world
ters and sons-in-law, Alice and Sam Harrison and Car men and a you wont to go"
Motors Corporationto
Al Jackson, gave a birthday party, for her at the Jackson's General make more than a quarter of 17't7 trfT

home on Saturday. boxes thus NO MOKE
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Down from Jamaica, Long Island to beat the bedside of her \ a million glove
t the first
grandmother, Pearly Stevens (who died November 6)); Carrie I making supplier the company to the automobile -
Hammock returned to her home on Tuesday. Black
On Dade County LibraryAssoc'n hosted a luncheon i industry. T vfL BUQf,4'U
Fashion General manager Leon
and Show a. t Burdine's Hibiscus Room Betty S. !
Gibson is chairman. j Woods of Watts Manufacturing

Here for the funeral of Pearly Stevens were Willie TaswelL J said, "Although this is our
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Church Women United of Greater Miami observed World Melanin Eye Make-up that turns you on-to be

Community Day with a luncheon Thursday, Nov. 7, at Miami featured at Flori Roberts Beauty Happening at Bur- 4

Springs Villas Highlight of the day was a panel discussion on dine's. .,.
human rights. Mrs. D. D. Richardson was moderator. Panelists
were Mrs. Charles Finkelstein, Mrs. Oscar Range and Flori Roberts' Beauty S
Mrs. Durben Tabb.

Friends of Elry Taylor are happy to know that she has returned Burdines !J' S.
to her classroom Happenings at 1
duties after a brief illness. . O
Get well wishes to Rosa B. (Fannin) Jones who is nursing a 7 Ae
broken leg in HIaleah Hospital after an automobile accident For the first time anywhere skin against the chilly months
last Wednesday. a Beauty Clinic featuring the ahead. A supremely rich Vi-
Melanin MakeUpwill tamin Nite Creme will make
of
Congress got its first Negro woman in Tuesday's (Nov. 5) magic
election be presented at Burdfne'sMiami its debut in order for you to
Shirley Chisholm, a 43 year-old Democratic New
York assembly woman is the victorious candidate. on Friday, Nov. 15, at combat winter dryness. o
Premier Lyndon 0. Pindling of the Bahamas will deliver the '7:30 in the evening. A musical Another innovation by Mrs.
principal address at a fund-raising dinner of the Bahamian- background featuring the Roberts is the"Dressy Nail."

American Federation in the McAllister Hotel at 7 p.m. Sunday. swinging Melanin Beauty Beat A pearl polish that will make STYLED BY
Temple Judea is the place to go for the Coral Gables Lecture will be provided by one of Miami's nails more glamorous than il'Vingtonplace

Forums, starting in December and running through March.The leading rhythm com- ever before. Available in soft
speakers are Jackie Robinson, Alfred Browning Parker, bo's, with Cette Rosettes Mr. elegant colors that give a

Theodore Sorenson, Dr. Paul Dudley White and Dr.J. B. Rhineof J. Dallas Robinson, noted transparent glow and glimmerto
of hands. And for that Jet
Master
Make-Up Artist as your
Duke. The subjects are race relations,urban environments,
Set who wants to be withit
politics, medicine and ESP, and the world of tomorrow. Ceremonies.Mr. really
Giovanni that interna- we have Melanin Lipsticksin
Tickets are available at the Temple or through any Lee's ,
Pharmacy. tionally known cosmetologist, matching shades, which

Get well wishes to Rosa B. Jones, HIaleah; Gus R. Love, will turn you on with a spec- gives your lips that creamy,
ial tango of Eye Glamour, introducing lustrous, natural look.
Fountainhead; Martha McKenzie at home; Mr. Harry Cleare,
Palm Springs General; Fritz Watkins at home! our new soul eye
for the Season Live models will be used
make-up Holiday -
On Monday Ruth N. Polite and I were guests of Bahamas
Roberts has creat- from the die and Miss
Flori a u DC e
Airways at a luncheon and fashion show,featuring Everything's -
ed a brand new sectional un- Shirley Burkes,full-time con-
but
new the name at the Four Ambassadors.
derlash especially for the sultant for F lor i Roberts at
Joseph and Georgia Mae Hanna are celebrating the birth of
a son, Ranee. Born November 4, at Mt. Sinai. Rance weighed event, and Mr. Giovanni will Burdine's, will be on hand to
in at 8 lbs 6 ozs. show how simple it is for the personally advize and analyzethe
Austin and average woman to apply lasheson amount of pigment in your
Harry Jr. Frank Cleare jetted to Miami to be
at the bedside of their dad, Mr. Harry A. Cleare. Sr. top or bottom . wherever skin so that you will know the
Harriet and James Hart attended the homecoming activitiesat they want them. right shades to make you look S
FAMU last weekend. Peggy Jones also journied to Talla- Mrs. Blanche Calloway, like you. (The entire line is
hassee for the festivities. long known to Miamiites for based on the Melanin concept, :
her insight and groovy groom for it is the mount of Melaninor
Fannie Thurston hosted a shower on Saturday for Alphonso
and Gussie Ervin's son, Alphonso El. ing will have a special mes- dark pigment in the skin that
Wilkes house sage regarding Skin Care for makes one complexion color
On Saturday the Kemp held an open in their new
home in Howard. girls and women of all ages. different from another). A You!

Ralph Mizell entertained friends at the home of his parents, She will show you how to wipe step-by-step Illustrated book-
Earl and Ruby Mizell on his birthday. out that Oily Skin Scene with let on how to have a "Beauty In this

Madelean S. Williams and Charles W. Bethel were married Disposable Astringent Pads, Happening" at home will also T//
Saturday, Nov. 9, in Christ Episcopal Church,Coconut Grove an A n t i- 011 Lotion that de- be distributed so that women jr ; black flannel

Matron of honor was ThelmaJ. McDonald.Best man, Williams greases as It tightens pores, will have the knowledge of how jump suit.
Evans, Jr. The bride, daughter of Brice and Margaret Suther- a purifying Honey and Almond they can bring out the best they
land. A reception followed at the home of the groom's cousins, Facial, a spot-blot refresherin have, in the shortest amount Does things-
William and Dorothy Evans 3428 Day Avenue. Gel for m, and a deep by of time, with the greatest of for
.
Linda Williams Jetted In from FAMU to attend the weddingof gentle wash-away Cleanser, ease. you.
her mother, Madelean Williams. especially recommended for So . come to where the to him.Geronimo.
Beauty Happening with new Soul shades of make-up Nov. the younger set. And since we action Isl! Learn how to light
14-15 in Burdine's Tea Room (downtown) by Flori Roberts. don't want you to be left out in your fire! Tickets for the show !
Pauline the cold, there will be a spec- are $3.50,redeemable in mer-
Mrs. Austin
Mrs. Eunice Liberty, Alvita Brown Sizes 3 $23."FASHIOKS .
and Gloria Perry attended the 33rd convention of the National ial step-by-step demonstration chandise at the Flori Roberts'Counter up.

Council of Negro Women in Los Angeles, Nov. 6-11. Theme:. on how to winterize the Burdlne's.

"For Times Such as These," with emphasis on trying to involve -
women in their community problems.
NORTH MIAMI Jobmobile/
Robert Theodore Seniors of 830 NW 45th Street, has been
selected to appear In the 196! edition of Personalities of the DISTRICT LAYMENThe
South. This is where the Jobmoblie

Congratulations to Carlton J.Sout, son of Mr.and Mrs. John North Miami Distirct is:
Souter who has completed his training at Atterburg Corp, Laymen organization will to Monday 4:30 Nov. 18, 7:30 a.m.
Edenburg, Indiana and Is presently employed by Firestone in meet Sunday at Mt. Herman p.m. Grand Ave. and
Douglas Road. Coconut 68"Sunday
Grove.
,Indianapolis, Indiana. AME Church, Opa-locka, at 3
Henry Gabriel Jr., who has Just returned from a tour of p.m. This will be the last St.Tuesday and 59th, Nov 19, SW 66th November 17, 1968, 4:00 to 6:00 p.m.
duty in Vietnam and wife, are in the city visiting his parents, meeting before the annual con EOPL Pl. Across from at the YMCA HALL
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gabriel, Sr. and family. ference, and all members are
The Trenlers of Mobile, A la.were houseguests ofMr. and urged to be present. Wednesday, Nov. 20 Fri- 5770 NW 15th AvenueIn
Mrs. Johnnie Howell Jr., where they received a delicious dinner day Nov. 22, NW 22nd Avenue Benefit of our Deserving Youth

hosted by Mrs. Ethel Hodges of 308 NW 65th Street. Willie Scott, president;Rev.F. and 72nd St.. James E. Scott Fashions by Lory's
project
Everyone is invited to attend
Allen elder.
A. presiding
Dee Dee Lawrence is fashion coordinator

MEETING AT TOBYS
[ COMING EVENT
Phi Delta Kappa Sorority hada presented by Soror Hazel Sim- Tremendous On Open 9 9
ANNUALCALENDAR
luncheon meeting on Satur- mons, who was In charge of our :

day, November 9, at 1 p.m. fun game for the day. They Give to TEA ygI;
Soror Margaret Smith was were won by Sorors Ethel [Presented by St. Agnes
hostess. Prlmras, Margaret Smith and Episcopal Church gyn.LORY'S .
Mary Thomas. Parish Hall,
A workshop meeting was your 1732 NW 3rd Court

held. All committees met and Be on the lookout and listen .ft Lambert L. Sands, FASHION SHOPS . EVERYWHERE!

continued to work with their Many good activities are United Fund Rector 6112 KYl1TH AVENUE (EDISON CENTER)
plans for the year. being prepared for all! Com '
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Miamians To Be Honored At

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Omegas from Dade County,
Broward County, and Florida
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Memorial College will hold
its annual achievement week

BY STANLEY"SWEETS" SWEETING program and banquet Sunday,
LINE-O-TYPE Nov. 17, at the Casablanca
Hotel in Miami Beach at 5:30

p.m. This years program will ; iAlrf i-
THE LITTLE RED BOOK: New Yorker Freddie Benitez be
presented Jointly by the
plans permanent Miami residency right after three chapters.
his too soon retirement from Grace Steam- T \'

ship Lines. A fabulous$23,000 tepee has all- r '-

ready hit the architect's drawing boards with { rt MSS CICILIN SIGH FREDDIE GREENE
pal James E. Lucas negotiating for the Har- .

lemite's South Florida entry ...TheCleveland W.I. Soul Sister
H. Reeves' back home to Nassau via +
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BOAC after an extended tour of England and Miss Clcllln Singh of Kings- years. Miss Singh 23 years old
Spain Mr. Reeves, a retired Board of Edu- ton. Jamaica Is the protege of live feet tall and only one of --
cation secretary In the Bahamas was guestof Freddie Greene organist at Jamaica's beauties. Is ol'e ELLIOTT SCAVELLA
many educational Institutions of higher bachelor Fred ready to make f Clarence Patterson, Henry
the Satellite 6222 NW
Lounge
learning while in London. Mrs.Reeves Is head Spanish Instruc- : that trip (to Jamaica) again? Gherman, Rev. Edward T.
tor at Aquinas College in Nassau and an accomplished mu- 7th Avenue now for over four Gooc11utkl] Graham, Charles Woods, and
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sician. Elizabeth Jones, will receive '
KAZAH TEMPLE NO. outstanding service awards.
NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Former Supremes vocalist Florence ANNOUNCEMENTThe Brother Elliott Scavella will
Ballard (now Mrs Thomas Chapman) gave birth to twin daughters 149 PRESENTS Wi receive the Omega Psi phi
In Detroit October 13. of his wife's Dade Florida
Chapman (manager County ( ) ENTERTAINMENT Man of the year Award.
singing career) and Florence are cuddling Michelle Denise ]Freedom Movement will forma _
t.1can_ and vnii'll hearvnur The theme for the year is
(4 lbs 5 ozs)and Nicole Rene(31bs( 7 ozs) . King The Tailor new organization and becomean ;; about -Its "R a c I a 1 Togetherness Not
bulging at the seams -- side and rear.Carpenters and architects affiliate chapter with the community talking JACK GORDON
Separatism The Goal of
entertainment date book and :
expanding a 27-year-old layout that's already the area's J SCLC National office to which Each year during the monthof American "
its first date is Democracy Mr.
finest and most New line of men's is Friday, Dec. November all
complete haberdashery. 1 Dr. Ralph D. Abernathy Omegas over Jack Gordon will be the speaker -
t and accesories mit shoes local 6. the nation observes weekin
furnishings -- yet. 1 president. This organi- one
for this affair
All Nobles of the Prince Hall
zation will be the link between which programs, honors,
askedto Brother Herbert L. Day is
Shriners AEAONMS
SALT WATER TAFFEY: Rev Nelson Pinder's St John The SCLC and the masses of people are and dedications aremade. chairman
of the achivementweek
attend annual PotentatesBall
Baptist Mission in Orlando emphasizing sports .. Municipal who make up the movement and the Outstanding citizens as wellas
co m i t t
which will be held in the m e e.Brothers
Judges Donald Wheeler Jones, LeoReisman and Richard Hunt agree with the basic philosophyof brothers are honored for Thomas Sanders Elliott Sca-
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flashiest dressers off the bench. They always look as if they the SCLC, the philosophy Gulfstream room, Bayfront their outstanding service. vella, McKeva Smith BaLJean
from ,
Park Auditorium
stepped out from the pages of Esquire . The Opalettes social reform through direct 10p.m. Since 1920, Omegas make pre- Smith Henry Young Elston
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to 2
Christmas Savings Club shared its annual dividend last Sunday non-violent action. a.m. sentations to persons who
. .Alice Harrison and Carmen Jackson Surprise Birth- What we need is young men If you're going to step out of made current achievements.This committee Davis, and Peter Harden are
day Party-ed their mother Blanche Dean at the home of Mrs and women of steadfastnessand the run of no fun, Joy, or re- project has been and still members.

Alonzo Jackson a couple of weeks ago. . The Jerry (Zesta) of conviction to stand for laxation come on out to the potentates is another effort of Omega to THANK YOU
Parks now in newly-built Carol City home. right, to stand for decency, to ball. Help support the live and achieve with its four

stand for Justice, to stand for organization that supportsyour cardinal principles; manhood, MRS SALLIE GRAY
THE WEEK'S WASH: Mary Welters-Wyles' daughter Rose- God, in these confusing, unstable youth and other chari- scholarship, perseverance, wishes to thank her many
mary Welters gifted her with a 7 lbs 8 ozs boyby in Key West's and wishywashytimes. table organizations.For and uplift. friends for their kind expressions -
Monroe General hosp November 10 . Sgt and Mrs Henry We need young people further information Presentations will be madeto of concern and good
Ashe off to San Diego Cal. Mother Darlene and daughter Me- who will be de d i cat e d to the contact John W. Dillard, 1885 Mrs. Georgia Lee Jones, wishes during her recent hospitalization -
lissa will homestead there until dad's return to USA from task for which some great men NW 55th St.; Robert Wilcox, who will receive the citizen of also the staff of
combat duty over there .. Betty' Wright off to Texas on a recording gave their lives. This is the 6965 NW 30th Ave.; John S. the year award, Mrs. Dana D. South Wing Six at Jackson
--) Juant.. Ronald Young's mother Mrs. Mary Ramsey challenge we offer you. Williams, 1748 NW 57th St. Chapman. Ruth N. Polite. Memorial Hospital.

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evening, November 17, at 7 itit
.r STUFF AND SUCH: Carol City high's principal C.S. Foster p.m. at the home of Elder and : .
passed last Friday. . Nurse Vera Wyche buried her mother Mrs. Alfred J. Williams, 1060 it it
Louise George last Thursday . Willis Murray buried his NW 62nd St. Apt. 32. For fur- New
sister Mildred Reddick in New York last Tuesday . Marva ther information call 759- : name... it
Knight buried her husband Staff Sergeant Ernest Knight last 9425. itit

Thursday. . Dunbar elementary principal Nelson 1. Adams kI .
Introduced Rev William Savoy to his student body Tuesday ACE FASHION SHOWBREAKFAST '

ayem . But it was Bonnie Newbold who had the chores when : New facilities.l .. :
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Mrs. Marie Carl spoke to the assembly Wednesday. .
The Everglades Hotel will

SCRATCH MY BACK: A Christ Church (Episcopal) contest be the scene of a Fashion Show .

among vestrymen spearheaded a 2-bus excursion down to Key -Breakfast sponsored by the
West Sunday. Contestants include Vernon Phillips,Alonzo Cul- ACE for In an effort to raise funds : New spirit of banking ;
its
scholarship fund Sat-
mer. The Miami contingent worshipped at their favorite church it
and spent extra hours visiting relatives and friends . A urday, Dec. 7.
panel discussion for parent enllghtment held at Dunbar ele- The affair will be held at 9 : service to the *
a.m., and the donation Is 250. .
mentary Tuesday night honoring'American Education Week "-
brought about the speaking talent of Arthur King Sr., Holy Re- An array of the latest fash- it *
deemer's Fr John J. Kiernan, Mrs Marjorie Young,Nurse Lois ions will be displayed by local it community...
Gilbert Holmes models and an enjoyable
Dewey Knight. .
breakfast will be enjoyed by :

SWEETS' TREATS:Birthdays in November: Pshawn Rogers, those who attend. .

Lee Afford, 1.... Rev L. D. Dowdell, Denise Johnson, 2. . -.
Marion Robinson, Louise Poitier, 4 . Michael HearnsvHo-:
ward Coachman,Jr., Myrl Gibson,Charles Fortson, Zola Sullivan HAIR POgSM'tf GROW*

Pauline Cooper, 5 . Edward Hawkins, Donna Brown, OAUDRUFF? I
Ronnie Newbold, 6. . Bessie Smith, 7 . Ruth'N. Polite,

Cynthia Collins, 8 . Valdez Murray, Gary Mitchell, 9 . 1
, Dora Rhodes, 10 . James Washington n, Marian Thomas, FAf-UNe HAIR? USE
Donald Stubbs, Bernard Pennington, Charlie Wyles, Janet
I Roberts, 11 . Arie Lawrence, Berrye Elliott, 12 . Lo- UKAIRM0NEY
I leeta Clarke, ,Annie Mae Jones, Sheila Ross,Cynthia Cruz, 13
. Albertha Ruff, 14 . Hazel Matthews, Linda Chapman,
Ellis Williams, 15 ...Nevi Wilson,Reginald Miller, Fredicka
Lawrence Louise Lewis 16.
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(Formerly 'tiriCoInNptiOncitBohk 0f Miami)

MORE NOV. BIRTHDAYS:Bernard pennington,Gloria Cole-
man, Adria Harrison, Gertrude Johnson, Kenneth Ferguson

Jayne Teri Love, 18 . Rosemarie Anderson, L.D. Kennedy .. .
Jr., 19. . Vernay P. Jones, Dr. I. G. Pratt, Harold Sawyer, w .
20 . Arleen D. Collins, Harriet Sampson-Worrell, Sandra BACK : dull S fJtIJtuciMJ :

Blake, 21. . Rev M. Green,Andrea Austin, Dorothy Sawyer, it
22 . Lawrence Bethel, Marvin Blake, Mary Bibb, Marvin
Blake, Martha Roker, 23 . Sumner Hutcheson, Blanche : o AU 1k 7fplt : '
Courtney, Lisa Burrows, Robert.Jones, 24.. Lonnie Pitt- !' !y nodicafctri o help i it
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man Lisa Annie Dorsett Victoria ,1 hii 11 gr.owtfi cM J yivii y "
Burroughs, Clemons,25 .. ,
Dorothy Wiggins Adside, Antionette Lee, Bernice Chasm, ' iu''f.of' Do-'iituff. rtcjnd it I

Willie Lamar, Beulah Chester, Beatrice Chism,Herbert Williams JUT f '. ,;, ',-iii i> 26'. . Henrietta Sweeting,27. . Sharella Miller, 29. : -:: <<
" JOHN w. ROBERTS, JR. .
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, CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: Miamians In Key West: Police : President
Lt. and Mrs. Leroy Smith and daughter; Mary Albury-Ferrell; :

Paul Carey; the Percy(Carmetta) Browns Sr,;Samuel Saund- Add : Member Federal Reserve System GARTH c. REEVES, SR. '"
ers; Rose Rolle; Thomas Francis; Lorraine Puyol; James ..
Collie . That's it brother, from your one-man newspaper -.1 II Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Chairman of the Board ;ti.,.
who knows everybody and everybody's racket but who is al- *
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Open House At Goodwill and elude
I - for home, street thousands of books for 10
Personally conducted tours, area. The plant is located at cles that generous residents of ployes some 400 handicapped of Dade evening wear, selected from cents each, colorful unframed
a fashion show and refresh 200 South Miami Ave. Dade and Broward Counties people from all areas theclothingracksof the 9 Good picture prints,jewelry,flowlrwill
ments will be offered at Good- The entire plant of the non- give to Goodwill, are turned and Broward Counties.featurea stores. Other features arrangements
will Industries Open House pro f1 t organization will be Into Jobs and Income for The Open House will
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V Q BY DAVE BONDU The Star on which the spotlight is focused this week is Mrs.
L! Ivory J.% Wiggs (Bettye), Associate Matron of Evening Star
Chapter #67, Order of the Eastern Star, Modern Free and Ac-
In the Christian Methodist Episcopal Church's October 24, cepted Masons of the World. Incorporated..

1968 edition of the Christian Index,the Seventh Episcopal Dis- A naive of Jacksonville, Mrs.
trict's Committee on Social Action wrote an open letter to the Wiggs came to Miami four years
President of the United States, Members of the Congress, Gov- ___ ago to become director of teen-
ernors of the States,City officials, and all who are responsiblefor Mr. Benny O'Berry, newly 'appointed EOPI age programs attheYWCA,
the governments of all political units of the United States.
farewell after teaching school in that city
Area Director for Opa-locka receives a
I thought you would like to read a portion of this letter, as it for one year. She is a graduateof
pertains to each person in these United States. It reads (in gift from Lillian Hutcheson, Community Organizerand theNewStanton, High School, IY S '
part): Fred Stapelton, of the Advisory Counci I of and of Clark College in Atlanta,
"Believing as we do In the brotherhood of man under the Liberty City. Mr. O'Berry was formerly EOPI Neigh- Georgia, and has done further
Fatherhood of God, it is impossible for us to remain silent borhood Center Director in Liberty City. study at Florida A&M Univers"y -
while some thirty million of the citizens of the United States in Tallahassee.
live in poverty and while of cities I
squalor; many our are torn
at
Bettye is director
MINI DRESS BALL program
by strife; while tension between black and white citizens has
increased to alarming proportions; while the breech betweenthe Attention! Dade County Cosmetologist nental Club, 6000 NW 7th Ave. the Northwest YWCA, where she
is dedicated in her pursuit of
haves and have nots has steadily widened; while our sons Unit#49 invites you Admission $1.50. There
are falling on the battlefield in Vietnam; while lawlessnessseems to attend "Mini Dress Ball" will be door prizes givenaway.For volunteers to carry on a well-
to be the order of the day in many of our large cities, Thursday night, November 21, tickets call 691-9669, rounded program for the adults
and while many of our citizens are still deprived of their civil from 9:00 until, at the Contl- 633-9298 or 634-9349. and youth of the community.
rights. Working with children espec-
From time to time our governments have attempted toservethe Model Cities program. These objectives are: ((1)) To rebuild ially those who have not yet reached their potential gives Mrs.
poor with welfare programs. It goes without saying that large slum and blighted areas ((2)) expand housing ((3)) expand Wiggs a great deal of pleasure. Shealso enjoys dramatics,
when a person is hungry, he should have food and when he is job and income opportunities (4)reduce dependency on welfare sports and games, both as a participant and as a spectator,
naked, he should have clothes. In addition to that he should j payments (5) improve educational facilities and programs (6) and is an avid trimnastics enthusiast. Bettye counts cookingand
have a decent place in which to live. Nevertheless, we should to combat disease and ill health ((7) to bring about more rec- playing the clarinet among her special hobbies.
not continue to act as if the problem of poverty can be solved :reational and cultural opportunities (8)) reduce incidents of She is a member of St. Vincent DePaul Catholic Church and
with a program of welfare based on handouts.The person who crime and delinquency(9)) better transportation services ((10)to ) the Young Catholic Adults, the National Council of Negro Wo-
is the recipient of continuous handouts fails to develop self improve the quality of life for model cities. men, the Greater Miami Urban League and the Urban League
respect which is one of the Important ingredients In the development Guild, and belongs to numerous other civic and social groups.
of character. The governments of the United Statesat QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: There Is a Concentrated Employment -
Mrs. Wiggs feels that Modern Free and Accepted Masonsof
all levels must see to it that productive employment is pro- Program (CEP) office now open in the old Food Fair
the World Incorporated offers her an opportunity to actively -
vided for each able bodied person who desires to work." store on 62nd Street between 10th and llth A venues. This program ,
in movement designed to uplift
participate a growing
It continues, "Every report from the Federal Bureau of Investigation offers jobs, and job training under an earn while you
the economic status of black people everywhere and to enjoy
points up the fact that crime is on the increase learn basis, and you may go over and register for either one ,
deep and personal fulfillment in the closely-knit bonds of a fra-
throughout our land. More and more money is being appro- between 8:30 to 5 p.m.daily except Saturday and Sunday. JamesR. ternal organization.
priated in our large cities with which to employ more law enforcement Jackson is the director of the program,which is temporarily
officers. While this is necessary for the protec- housed at Food Fair until the off ices at 6444 NW 7th Avenueare Persons desiring Information regarding membership, can
tion of life and property, it does not furnish a solution to the ready for permanent occupancy . Earnest Hayes in have a representative call on them by filling out and mailing
problem of crime. By far the most of the criminals come from Christian Hospital. Your cards, letters, flowers and visits in the coupon below:
the ghettoes of our large cities. Therefore, we conclude that would be appreciated. We wish for him a speedy "get up and
the phase of a solution can be found in decent housing for the out" . If you own a boat, cart, or what have you and a trailer Modern Free and Accepted Masons of the World,Incorporated
people who are living in the slums. We, therefore, call upon why not let Rocket company cold galvanize your trailer 4928 NW 7th Avenue, Miami, Fla. 33127I
our governments with the cooperation of private enterprise to against rust. . All the way from the top to the springs, hubs
see to it that each family in the United States is provided witha and axles. It's 'almost as' inexpensive as scrapping and re- am interested in membership in Modern Free and Accepted
decent place in which to live." painting. They will give you free estimates if you call 887- Masons of the World, Incorporated.. Pleasehavearepresenta-. .' ,
"Law and order is term that heard- with Increasing fre- 6521 or ,go by 5100 NW 79th Avenue.: We had ours done, and tile'call on me. <
quency in these times."Rioting; murdering, looting, and all we're very pleased with it. . They have parts and complete "i* .,. ',,. i '
other manners of disorder have gripped our nation. It is unsafe repairs, too. . Joseph "Sport' Anderson doing a great job NAME '
(,, to walk the streets in some of our large cities. The with the Model Cities program. That is it for this week. Till
Seventh Episcopal District of the Christian Methodist Episcopal the nest one LIVE LIFE, EVERY GOLDEN MINUTE OF IT. ADDRESS PHONE-----
Church wholeheartedly endorses every human method that PEACE!
may be used by law enforcelng officers to maintain law and
order. However, we disapprove of the use of Inhuman methodsand
tactics of law enforcement such as the use of mace, canine FMC Advisory You don't have to go to Canada anymore to get this legendary

corps, fire hoses, etc. We also disapprove of a dual penal. Board To Meet Canadian whisky.But .
code, allowing certain rights and privileges to some and denying -
before you go out and buy it, there are two things you really
the same to others. We urge Congress of the United The formalizationandcrea-
States to pass a stricter Federal Gun Control Law. Therefore, Con of sub-committees for the should know.
we recommend that more be given to the aleviating of these Advisory Board of the Florida First, Crown Royal costs you more than other whiskies. Second, it
damaging conditions that breed violence, crime and disorder, Memorial College will be the tastes better than other whiskies.
such as news media and television shows that over dramatizethe subject of a luncheon meeting You spend a little. But you live a little.
use of violence as a way of life" Tuesday, November 26th at the
In conclusion the article states, "Not since the days of reconstruction Sheraton-Four Ambassadors.The .
has the tension between black and white been as announcement was
taut as it Is at the present time. There have been times when made by Reverend Edward T.
there were pockets of tension but at the present time it' is general Graham, Chairman of the
over the United States. The Christian Methodist Episcopal Board of Trustees.In .
Church was born out of the womb of reconciliation, there- making the announce- o e e ee eh
fore, cannot support any movement that would promote racism ment, Reverend Graham also
whether black, white or otherwise.We have found many people announced that Douglas Ash,
disturbed over the term"Black Power"because they fear thatit President of the Associated
means the advocacy of "Black Supremacy." "Black Pow- Grocers, will actas Chairmanof
er" means social separatism; Black Power" means a pro- this Advisory Board meet
motion of violence of any kind, then we deplore the use of the ing.Until '
term. However, if "Black Power" means establishing black the present and for the
economic strength; racial self respect; the motivation and past two years, the Advisory
capacity of black people to plan and shape their own destiny; Board has been in existencefor
an appreciation of black history and culture; moving into the the primary purpose of
area of responsible community control;then we wholeheartedly opening the door in the
endorse the term "Black Power" and the whole "Black community and raising the t
Power" movement. necessary matching funds to '
We salute this committee, under Presiding Bishop Henry C. build the predominantly Negro
Bunton, on their straightforward stand on the social,politicaland college. t3dry
economic well-being of U.S. citizens,:and their minis The meeting on the 2 6th will
teringtothe physical, Intellectual and social needs of the peo- include a progress report by
ple. Dr. Royal W. Puryear, President -
and Reverend Graham AMfa
PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Joel Nesbitt will project the future needs a and growth requirements of
PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Alice Kristcorn the college and developmentfund
program.
VIP OF THE WEEK: Norman Dubbin (Mgr. Miami Springs,

golf course) PRETHANKSGIVING ",

MOTHER OF THE WEEK: Mildred Marks DANCEThe
Atlantic Social Club's
Folks have been asklng'what the Model Cities Program is sponsoring a Pre-Thanksgiv-
and what does it do?Well,it provides money and technical assistance ing Dance, Friday, Nov. 15, !
to help cities to plan, develop,and carry out new and 10 p.m. 'til? at Bayfront Park,
imaginative local programs to develop neighborhoods 320 NE 5th St. Music by W.C.
Citizen participation is a legal requirement, and must Baker. For table reservationscall .
be involved in all phases in the formulation of plans and mak- Willie Moorman 634- Seagram i Crown Road In th.purpU..de. Blended dnndian Whuky: SO Proof. ,
ing decisions on all programs. It can be said that a neighbor- 5704. Francis Delancy 757- Seagram Diitillcrt Company,New York N.Y.
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Garth C. Reeves, Jr.

A special Veterans Day program was presented by the history -

The action was up on the hill the past week-end, when every- students here at Northwestern. "Did They Die In Vain"
one assembled in Tallahassee for the annual Homecoming cele- was the theme. They discussed World Wars I n, Korea and

bration. Overlooking the lousy weather, it was truly a swinging Viet Nam.
time. North Carolina A&T came down to upset the Rattlers bya Seven members of the publication staff, Nita Andrews
rather wet score of 9-6. The weather was very unsports- Beverly Roker, Brenda Jackson, Audrey Anderson, NathanielMiller
manlike and prevented some out of town guests from seeing the Julia Jones and Margaret Taylor and Advisor Mrs.
entire first half of the game. The Marching 100, who never 1 D. R. Young, attended the Florida Scholastic Press Association
fail to appear, proved that they are always prepared to per- South District meeting at Coral Park High School on Sat
form in any type weather.The muddy field of Bragg Stadiumwas urday. They attended two hourly sessions and discussed the

no exception. In raincoats, the Rattlers played, danced, publications of the yearbook and newspaper.
and marched their usual pace, ignoring the antagonizing down Students from Miami Springs toured the campus Tuesday
pour. The stadium crowd was made up of people who fell into guided by members of the Hospitality Club. The group came
three categories. (1) The loyal FAMU graduates and student to observe the educational techniques; .md social habits on the

body; (2)) Those people who'd spent a great deal of money campus.
getting down from North Carolina and up from Florida to see The Spanish classes attended a most enjoyable trip. it was
this game and flatly refused to let it go down the drain and ((3) an Art Exhibit at Vizcaya. The trip was interesting and cultural .
Stone football fans. Playing the scene from Miami were Jeff .
Reaves, Henry Brittthe Heights), Norvel Bethel,John Howard, Saturday, the Bulls will venture to Harris Field to meet the
David Clark and Tab Bennett. Mays High Rams. This will be Mays homecoming and what a
* * * * ** * * sad homecoming it will be.

The fabulous Four Tops did it to us Friday night at Miami Time is running out for patronizing in the 1968-69 senior
Beach Convention Hall, where they starred in the Motown Re- -_.. - ---.. . -- yearbook. Contact any member of the senior class.

vue. These four fellows were superb. They sang them all ex- Sod Sato 01 tie Meek Cooperating with the Future Teachers of America, the
cept "I'm In A Different World." A few were disappointed but Drama Club will present a play for American Education Week.
they made up for it with"Just Ask The Lonely," which searched The play is "Green Black Boards" and it will be presented

the heart and soul of every young lover in the joint. King From the Carol City High School campus comes this Thursday at 7 p.m.
Curtis, who decked on stage with a pure white Nehru suit that week's pretty soul sister, Jacqueline Brown. Jackie,
bad enough, souled the crowd up early in the show and believeme who is a senior, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James
we never went down.The Spinners,a five piece male vocal Brown of 2271 NW 151st Street.
group out of Detroit, gave a true Motown Revue. They imi-
tated the Marvelettes, Temptations, Suprernes, Miracles, JACKSONJOTTINGS
Stevie Wonder and a host of other Motown stars. These were

very good imitations. Also on the show was the very talented .
Phillip Wright, who is the brother of singer Betty Wright. Out
of all the numbers Wright sang, his rendition of "Light My

Fire" was most outstanding. He did it, people,guitar and all. Black Brothers For ProgressTo By ARNETTA WILLIAMS '
Some of those topping with the big Four were Afro wigging <(.: .
Denise Sawyer, Lofton Moncur,Steph Frederick, Wesley Wade, "
Rose Reeder, Roz Smith and Karen McCrea. Feed The Needy
Playing Convention Hall this weekend on Sunday night,will The Mighty Generals sunk the Norland Vikings last Thurs
be the TV personality Bill Cosby who shows a different aside day facing a crowd of 7,000.
Thanksgiving will be brighter the parents and friends of the
on "I Spy," will come on the stage hilariously different the and many needy families this youthful organization and Fullback Oscar Anderson ran three touchdowns leaving
seventeenth. Also appearing will be the Little Green Apple Eddie Williams and Curtis Horne scoring all others.
result of those families that
happier as a a special are deemed
man himself, O. C. Smith. See you there at eight. Being Norland's homcoming, it was a bad defeat,but for the
project by the Black BrothersFor qualified to received the
This week a dedication of"I Ain't Got To Love Nobody Else" Progress. dinners will be entertained on Generals it was sheer enjoyment after two losses in the past

goes out to Annette Lofton,a swinging Bennett Belle. She ringsa Thanksgiving Eve November27th. two years.
mean gong. Willie Sims, President and Participation at the games are excellent, but conduct isn't
* * * * * * * Eugene Williams, Special as well as it should be. Everyone does'Ih I s best but as Jack-

To the lovers of the psychedelic art,I spray you once again Project Director, has announced All persons who feel they sonites, we can do better as a whole.
with my mist. The Image, on 183rd and Collins Avenue, star- that merchants in the need this service can contact Jackson's Cross-Country track team is bringing us towarda
red the James Cotton Blues Band. This is a soul band which community are contributing John Bennett or any memberof successful season. New Head Track Coach Roy Wilford has
features one white saxophonist. They were very good. The generously to the worthwhile the Black Brothers For Pro- worked hard to achieve the standards the team maintains at

Fantasies, a band under steady contract, gave their usual excellent project. gress at 836 N.W. 62ndStreet, the present. Practicing daily, Captains Amos Mechanic,
performance. Dinners will be prepared by or call 757-8014. senior: and Roy Williams are the best in the state leaving a
* * * * * * * well-balanced team of
Lettermen Joe Wims, Donald Kerrandnew
comers John Manning William paulk, Fletcher Stansill
Birthday wishes go out to Arnetta Williams,Jackson junior i., and Walter Roberts.

and Nat Vaughns, Jackson senior. T.r 'N4A 1.., The Marching 100 participated in a Veterans Day parade
Sunday, Nov. 10 in Coral Gables. Stepping highthis year's
45 OF THE WEEK: "Who's Making Love To Your Old Lady"by section leaders
ro are Flutes, Gwen Duncan; Saxophones,Ralph
Johnny Taylor I McBride; Clarinets, Charlayne Williams Bernard
Trumpets
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Diana Ross
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WEEK
ALBUM OF THE : Smith Trombones
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James; Baritones, Bobby
Supremes Zh Tyson; and Drums, Larry Fowler.
.tit iiIs Jackson's Yearbook went on sale this week. Old Hickory
Until Later, Do your own thing. will now have color pictures featuring more and more seniors
clubs, and underclassmen at
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HOMECOMING: MEETING: lfsel American Education week struck Jackson as The Future

Teachers of America emphasized the importance, meaning,
Homecoming was fun time Chapter and were happy to return purpose and advantages of an education.
for all local Phi Delta Kappa b a c k again for "To
ready get a good job, get a good education."
members, active and inactive. work. .
The social meeting was held Everyone enjoyed the games $ .- - -
at the home of Soror Mary and chit-chatting. Soror Mary L et11lf
Louise Thomas. The Sorors McCray won the door prize. CPe Cy c

enjoyed j fellowshipping, and Other Sorors picked grab-bag e .. II
especially with old Sorors who prizes.A 4*

.. had been on vacation from the delicious repass of all '

kinds of goodies was plannedand cc caCa
INTRODUCING , rUAl: ; OYNCl' served by the Homecoming Angelo Rutherford of the Gentle Ben series stars in fREE oo t t

r AFROMERICANWIG and Social Committee, "The Holiday Kids" a new episode of Children's Repertory :

Sorors, Lillian Davis, Chair- Company now celebrating its first anniversary as a
fwktrNO turn man, Margaret Smith, Mary unified acting company at North Miami Playhouse. Cur BUY 2 BRANDED I
Thomas Ida tain; Saturdays at 2 p.m.Needles.
Sidney, and Mary I NEBfl
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my & Accessories | NEBfl VIRGINIA HAM SANDWICHES AND GET I

{ .t$1499\ dressmaker Stereo Tapes & Players |NEBfl ABSOLUTELY FREE J
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.." cap. 6026 NW 7th Avenue. Buy 10 Johnson's T.V. Get 2 8 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU
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CUSTOM SHAOI M TCMINC.(nclot* Utir umpli eriticcl Records Free OPEN 7 DAYS Stritt Cauuway Nortk Say Village
Bitck OH Buck 0... Medium Of l>(hl R.ady to W.ar & Records A 113rd. St. Miami. Bach
Brown AUb.'ft. M,... Gr.r; env colon' I WEEK 1 I.E. Old AVI Ntrtk
_[.:.1.:. m.I'T..rr.2n, tLlB_ Popular Prices till the wee. 113rd. St. ft Callina Avell.... Miami, Bach I
II HOW to slats: Stud full mount .... Compiny Better dresses made to 6964 NW 15th AVENUE 696-0342 small hours. Sunrit* It Gataway. Ft. Lauderdale.
Pass Po.,.... COO Oriftrf tend S3 00 Dteotil. measure. Alterations .fast I Illh ft Cammarcial, Blvd.. Ft. la.dar. '(cash r... M moss eidtr.my)par Postman balance and free. Color T.V. & Stereo Service OFFER GOOD THROUGH I
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Court Order Rules Judge HendersonWas ALL KINDERGARTEN OPERATORS I

Please meet with the Independent formation by attending this
Never
fI Incompetent Pre-School Organi- meeting.R. .
u9 To Whom It May Concern: zation Saturday, Nov. 16, at 1 I
t4dOCU p.m. at 3038 NW48th Terrace. Copeland, president, B.
Cox
Judge Henderson, Founder and Organizer of International You will receive important in- reporter.

Longshoremen Association Local 1416, Miami, Fla.also.
BY PRISCILLA REDDING I chairman of the Southeastern Contract Committee. ACTION T.V. Sales & Service

One of the main events held in the Richmond Heights area This letter is written on behalf of our client Judge Henderson,
this week was the Veterans Day parade. Participating in this who organized the Local and led its management for thirty GUARANTEED TO RELIEVE YOU
parade were different organizations in the community. Guest years. OF YOUR T. V. PROBLEMSWE
were the Frances Tucker Band from Coconut Grove.The REPAIR ALL MAKES -
parade began at Frank C.Martin Elem.,then went up Harrison Based upon extensive investigation, it is my opinion that Judge FOREIGN AND AMERICAN
St., turned right at Graham Dr., and then at Lincoln Blvd., Henderson did not sabotage any Contract in 1965, but always &
COLOR AND BLACK WHITE
made a right and marched to Paradise Memorial where the acted to the best interest of the Union. The incompetency
ceremony was held in behalf of those men who have fought for charge made against Judge Henderson has been proven to be STEREO HIFI RADIO TAPE
their country. malicious as evidenced by an Official Court Order. CALL NOW: RECORDER
Speaker for the morning was Rev. O.West.Rev. J. A. Fer- 69 -338') 8626 NW 22 Ave.
guson, also participated. We thank one and all who made the On March 28, 1965, Judge Henderson forceful incarcerated -
parade and ceremony a successful one. in an Institution for the confinement of the insane, unlawfullyand
This week all schools are celebrating American Education maliciously
Week. Activities at Frank C. Martin for the remaining part DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOL
of the week are: Nov. 14 -15, assembly; Nov. 15, open house On April 9, 1965 Judge Henderson was released from the Institution DIVISION OF VOCATIONAL, TECHNICAL
for rooms 16 17.Richmond as being sane and competent.The .
AND ADULT EDUCATION
Heights Jr. High will have its annual back to
school night program in the auditor urn.This will give the parents charge was appealed from the Probate Court to the Civil
an-idea of the schedule in which their child goes about Court Records. Judge John R. Blanton, ruled on June 21, Announces Classes in
his daily routine. 1968 thatJudge Henderson not incompetent and that the action -
The annual book review and Harvest Tea of the Richmond to Institutionalize him was willful malicious and without TRUCK DRIVERS TRAININGAll
Heights Women's Club will be observed, Sunday, Nov.17, beginning probable cause.
at 4 p.m. at Richmond Heights Jr.,High School, 15015
SW 103rd Avenue. The book review will be given by Judge D. Very truly yours, types of trucks including tractor and
Wheeler Jones. Everyone is cordially invited to attend. Malcolm Lewis Kneale
Kneale, Roberts, Kneale and Staskweather trailer driving. Excellent employment opportunity -

AROUND KILLIAN COUGAR'S CAMPUS: t upon successful completion of course.
In two weeks the Cougar's will face the Coral Park Ramsas FEMALE LAUNDRY HELP Next class begins on Tuesday, Nov. 19, 1968
their homecoming opponents. We are making preparationsfor Class meets every Tuesday and Thursday,
the election of homecoming queen. Miss homecoming will plot work, feeders, folders. Good wages. evening from 7 until 10 p.m.
be selected from five candidates.As Excellent company benefits. Paid vacation,
far as sports competition for the remaining of the foot- permanent job. Production bonus. Must be 18
ball season our schedule is: Nov 22 Killian Mays, Central; INSTRUCTION ON MODERN EQUIPMENT
in No calls
or over. Apply mornings. phone
Nov. 27 Killian vs Coral park, Central. We hope the Cougar TOTAL COST OF THE COURSE $20.00
please. National Linen 1950
Machine will role us two straight victories. Service. NW Register Now!!
1st Avenue, Ask for Mr. Findley.

For further information calI350.3505after 2p.m.

MALE LAUNDRY HELP

Loaders, pullers, extractor operators. Good
You can earn wages. Production bonus. Excellent company BUY DIRECT AND SAVE

benefits, paid vacation, permanent job. (100% HUMAN HAIR GUARANTEED
$25,000 a Must be 18 or over. Apply in mornings. No
year phone calls please.Ask for Mr. Findley, Na

tional Linen Service, 1950 NW 1st Avenue. WIGS
on an investment

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BAPTISTRev.
LITTLE ROCK ;

of X12 000. r Dallas Donald,'pastor SOLD '
poe Homecoming Day, this Sun- -4 ELSEWHERE $
day, we are asking all to come 2'1
out. Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. AT PRICES TO
Morning worship, 11 a.m. $39.00
Evening worship 7 p.m.
4 Let us pray for the sick and
the little children, they need
our help. DOILY WIGSP.

II e .. 0. Box 4573
a Miami Beach, Florida 33141
La.a F..hwn.i at Discount Pnw.
in W f t, Wiglet A. Heir,Attachment of, Phone: 866-2396
Every Description Al.o Btiuty Tool
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Coim.lici P.rwnNity Gla at and man.LI
5 i Initant Biauly tar Vou-Writa Tod.ylsusy
-', WIGS, INC, Dapt 307- ILL 3
1 th Av.nu. N.w Y rlt N Y

ROBERT PITTS
(If you know what you're doing. BARBER

With a NEBA Hero Franchise, you know.) (formerly of Dave's Artistic
BarberShop) MR. WALTERS WIG SHOP
NEBA Hero Shops just like this.one have sold
over eighty million hero sandwiches to date. is now located at: 6011 NW 1 AVENUE MIAMI PHONE: 751-6521
NEBA has a 100% record of success. And PERSONALITY
now, for the first time, we are offeringthe BARBER SHOP EXPERT WIG CLEANING
security of our corporate backing to 716 NW 62nd Street
qualified people who would like to open their Phone:7589114Specializing
own NEBA Hero Shop. You may be one of In men's and CUTTING & STYLING
these people. If you have a good business head, Women .haircut. .. t ,
will work hard, and can make the required
investment we want you. In return for your
commitment, we give you the complete
NEBA Hero Franchise package, including SMITH'STONSORIAL
equipment and financing. We set up the PARLOR
NEBA Hero Shop for you, train you to takeit
over, and give you the key. We also let you After 39 Years at:
use our established name (backed by the 17th St. Locationhas .
hard-hitting advertising) and our AAA-1 moved to its new location a r
credit rating. It's all carefully calculated to
earn you annual profits of $25,000. If you're 2227 NW 7th AVENUE
interested in owning your own business in \
South Florida, send us the coupon today. "Service as you like it" Ii
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Sherman Smith, Prop.
(Hov.29)CLINIC ) Ann, Secretary Mr. Walters, President Alice, Head Stylist
FOR FASTER ACTION,CALL((305)) 927-0561
LET US CONVERT YOUR WIG TO THE
rI - - - - ., POPULAR AFRO STYLE FOR JUST $12.50 .

AS ONLY WE CAN.

NEBfiHEROSHOPSINC. I Completely equippedAir .- - - -- - -_ . - -- - --- F

2227 DEPT NORTH NHE-1 FEDERAL HIGHWAY ., Conditioned. Large : $2.00 Save Save $2.00 :
Clientele.For lease
I HOLLYWOOD, FLORIDA 33020 no COUPON(
You've whetted my appetite for a NEBA Hero Shop. investment. Low rental 1 This coupon is worth two dollars off four

I Please send brochure and details to: I doctor's available retirement because, of : regular price of wig styling I or wig sales. :


I ADDRESS NAM I 373-2631 379-6034 : $2.00 Save Save $2.00I : .N

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RIGHT" WESTERN;
"SUPER-
FRESH "SUPER-RIGHT" WESTERN BEEF CHUCK
ROAST OR FULL CUT PORK
PORK CHUCK STEAK 58$ ,
LB49p LB.
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BUTTS CHOPS LB.
FRESH LEAN GROUNDCHUCK
"SUPER-RIGHT" TENDER SLICED 69e "SUPER-RIGHT" TENDER
SMOKED LB. BEEF

All Beef,Veal,and Lamb
Sold in Oade Stores is
PICNICSLB.S9 US.CHOICE LIVER

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DUTCH MAID CANNED PORK '
OMAHA LONG GRAINRICE
LUNCHEON MEAT 2 .2 OZ. CANS 69v
4 LB.
"SUNNYBROOK" GRADE 'A' FLORIDA FRESH
BAG
LARGE EGGS 2 DOZ. '99t

SOFT PLY BUYS'I
MARTHA WHITE SELF RISING OR PLAINBATHROOM
TISSUE JO! ROLL PACK 79* LB,
f.S F'LOUR 5
ANN PAGE PEACH-PINEAPPLE ORPEACH B G .

PRESERVES 3 L. JAR 8se '

APPLE BASE
MARTHA WHITEGRITS
SULTANA JEllY 3 LB GLASSES $1 5G

ANN PAGE REDMONEY

BEANS 3 4102. CANS $1 ;

COAST TO COAST OR CHEVELL
BIG A & P BRAND CANNED FRUITS& VEGETABLE SALE

WHOLE GREEN BEANS 1 Ib. can DRY WI N E
CANS
GREEN LIMABEANS 1 Ib can 3 79C 5th
*SAUERKRAUT 29 0%. can ONLY
*Y,.C. PEACHES Halves or Slices 1 Ib. can ,

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SMALL GREEN PEAS lib. can 4 ONLY 79 CANADA f.
MIXED SWEET PEAS 1 lb. can

28 OZ.
GCLDEN CORN Cream Style 1 lb. can DRY
CUT GREEN BEANS 1 lb. can 4 CANS 69 DEPOSITBOTTLE
CUT WAX BEANS lib. can ONLY
A& P SPINACH 1 Ib.can

FRESH PACKED
GOLDEN RIPE SELECTBANANAS
KALE GEORGIA REDSWEET or SPINACH 10 OZ PKG. 29t CHECK OUR I'

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The largest black vote in the late the thinking of every voter in on all the action. youths, and adults carried the dummy machines placed with a duty to vote.
history of Dade County turned so that he would go to the pollson Thousands and thousands of message to the voters.A in many business places In the Tell it like it Is:"Black peo-
out at the polls November 5, November 5.How they tuned Black people who went to the voting machine was made community. ple went to the polls and voted
in! polls on Nov. 5 would not have available in many communities for their choices for a better
due to the part that"OperationBig
Vote- voter Education" The drive was highly successful ,been able had it not been for with free demonstrations "Operation Big Voter ofEducation" tomorrow because they must
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the driveand observed that vot- have a piece of the action"
registration
played in bringing the issuesto because of the tremendous showing "first-time" voters
every voter. This was done cooperation and participation "operation big vote registra how to.use it. The county\ sup ing was a must in order to secure Slogans used were Vote
better better housing : ,
Jobs
of social, cul- tion" and"operationbig vote" plied the machine and Labor- -
with materials (Stimula- many Don't be
better parks better Baby Vote!, a goat,
tural athletic,labor,and Pan- voter of education spear- Local Union 478, AFL-CIO, ,
ting literature) and the candidates streets, better education vote!, Laziness will kill you.
organizations with- headed by Charles Hadley, Joseph Cabel president fur-
Hellenic ,
chairman.The for equality of opportunity. Vote!, Stop squawking. Vote!,
"Operation Big Vote" car- in the community nished two lovely young ladies It was not and your vote is 'the one that
only an
ried on a vigorous voter education "Operation Big Vote" caravan, motorcade, to give the demonstrations.There opportunity counts.
and but it
drive in order to stimu youths and adults were tuned go-go team, truth squad, were also miniature- a privilege, was


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,'_ . ...rx THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, November 15, 1968 15
I CARL L. MURRY IN CONCERT
!

Mr. Carl L. Murray, a native ... ...... a SLUSH MACHINES
Mia m Ian and a Howard .
:
University graduate is making
his second Carnegie Hall ap- Mode by Poplar Chips Mfg. CompanyP.
w pearance Friday evening Nov. C.' 22 full price $1,095 plus tax :

___ 15. Mr. Murray has a role in P. C. 11 full price, $795 plus tax

the New Directions production .: 80% net profit", factory warranty
j of Soul Convention written by .. ,: '\'. -.
George Houston Bass, the
most talented black playwright
Hi
I of our time. The music is Why lease when you can own?

written by the incomparable PRICES F.O.B. WPB: $35 for Installation
Ii Clinton Utterbach. Soul Convention t Within 75 miles of WPB
says more about the :
i lives of soul brothers and sisters i ,.
than'any production
ever
I POLAR SALES & SERVICE
to hit the American
I II Mr. Murray is bringing stage.his I ..... ,.."",. 419 2nd St., W. Palm Bch 8324291i

I I talent back to Miami for a Soul
'', Concert Youth Dept. of the Triumph
:' >< Gospel sponsored by
\L'r" !, the Building Fund and the Church. The concert is scheduled -
for Monday evening Nov.
_. : 25, at the Triumph Temple #2
; RECITALH
,
located at 6825 NW 20th Ave.
,; "(. : "r' a role a n Storr, soprano Accompanying Mr. Murray is Call
J l: \ );:;; \., and Arthur Evans
accompanist Mr. Howard Nearly of Brook
t.3: :' combine musical lyn N. Y. 2 CHARLES
.
1':, ;,,, talents in a recital of Music
You Love To Hear, Sunday -r
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.1> December 8, 1968 at4:00p.m. .. ROGERS
at Liberty Square Community
, Center 6304 N.W. 14th' Ave. ia1 AT PL 1-7502
, a.
Donation $1.00.ZETA r, Z.,
ZR 4 FOR A GOOD BUY ON A

I PIANO, ORGAN, SCOTT
?. .J AMICAE STEREO OR ORCHESTRA
,
.!f !I. The regular meeting of Zeta 4 r INSTRUMENTS.
l Amicae of Miami was held at
the home of Friend Rachael
;
Coleman. A very meaningful
agenda was followed by our
I 8cgqemu AlWJtuUt; President, Friend Luvenia
1 Knox, in preparation for the
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Manning Northwestern Sr. High School. Regional Meeting to be held in ENGAGEMENTRev.

3312 NW 50th Street announce Miss Mannings is attending South Carolina, during the yl..a
the engagement of their Charron Williams Com Thanksgiving Holidays All and Mrs. Hazel Gaines
daughter Constance to PFC members are asked to be wish to announce the engage-
mercial College and Mr. Dam
Herman S. Bain HI, son of Mr. present at the next meeting to ment of their daughter Al-
is serving in the United States
and Mrs. Herman Bain 2113 be held at the home of a Friend freida to Mr.A Ie under Stubbs
Army.A .
NW 68th Terrace. Sarah Pullom. son of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse
Constance and Herman are January 11th wedding is At the close of the meeting 'Stubbs of West Hollywood.The S
1967 graduates of Miami planned. a very delightful and delicious bride-to-be is currently attending -

repast was served by our hostess Miami-Dade Jr. Col-
-- -- -. --- -:- -----T. Friend Coleman and was lege where she is majoring in

.. : ?; > >' enjoyed by everyone in attend the field of teaching.The .
r rr. : ance. groom-to-be is a chef-
.. ..'I" 'I' Luvenia Knox, President, I cook in Miami.After their December
". ".
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wedding the couple e
:, : Ernestine Bellamy. ecre- i' 0 aWE
':,\:- "::'L.t : tary. will live in Miami.
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GraduateNovember

1st, was a red- .T
letter day in the short but exciting CARPET
life of the Family Health

Center. That day seven 0650 NW22HD AVENUE
Family Health Work
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Trainees concluded their SPECIALIZING IN RUG SALES & CLEANING

eight-week training course COMMERCIAL CLEANING & FLOOR WAXING
and became .tull edged
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We congratulate our new WATCHES RADIOS
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SOUTHERN FARMS ARGESPARE

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I Abernathy Warns Nixon Against Repression- of flacksATLANTADrRalph 1 I


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tion. "Mr. Nixon correctly states cannot be achieved through South, specifically to Senator Presidential contest, the Poor

David Abernathy issued a Following is the full text of that it is now his burdensometask continued repression of black Strom Thurmond.thereby call People's Campaign will con-

statement on the election results Dr. Abernathy's statement: to 'bring the American people and other poor people.Mr. on Mr. Nixon to repudiate tinue to bring pressure on all

The statement came "The election of Richard M. people together.; Ihavedevoted Nixon must come forthwith those who would turn back the levels of government for the

from an tlanta hospital, Nixon as the 37th President of my life to the goal of reconciliation massive programs to end clock of history by awarding meaningful reforms we have

where the President of the the United States marks through Justiceand poverty, enlightened policies racists and reactionaries with demanded. I shall be watchingMr.

Southern Christian Lead- the beginning of one of the most equality, and I shall do against racism, and vigorous appointments to high office and Nixon's conduct of the

ership Conference is recover- critical four-year periods in everything in my power to con- efforts for world peace. behind-the-scenes positionsof Presidency very carefully,

ing from exhaustion incurred American history.This period tinue this work and to cooperate "I note with dismay that political influence. starting right now.

during his two-weeknation- must be one of reconciliationand with the new President as reporters already are "I have said throuhout the

wide "Get Out the Vote" tour reform, or it will turn into much as possible. calling attention to Mr. election campaign that,regardless "I congratulate Mr. Nixon
of 12 cities prior to the elec- outcome of the and Governor Spiro Agnew on
four years of disaster. "But I must warn that unity Nixon's political debts to the of the
their
victory. I salute Vice

_President_ Hubert__ __ __ Humnhrev
and Senator Edmund Muskie

\ '., for their gallant uphill battle,

I ", .- ', :, and I trust they will remain
, .
t-:; active in public life as valued

3. national leaders.


"Recently I have come to feel "Of Mr.George Wallace and

General Curtis LeMay, I can


l 1 that the conditions of our cities have made all people say comfortable that. I am I hope pleased political they that go retirement into Mr.


Wallace did not run as strongly -

second-class citizens in as he expected, but we must

1I' some respects Mrs.Mary Fbgram not ignore the dangerous hate
and fear he represents.


"Apart from the Presi-

(Note: Mrs.;:Wary Pegramis "And I know that everybodyis "Life is hard enough for class citizens, in every dency disappointments, I find both in promise the elec-and

a social worker in a large afraid to walk the streets after both black and white without the respect. tion results.lam happy to have

metropolitan area, with an dark. All you have to do is pick extra burdens that city life The future of our cities helped a number of excellent

intimate knowledge of the up the latest paper to know why."I brings today. depends on what we do now. candidates, both black and

problems of the central city. Her drive along the roads "So we've got to ease those white, to win local, State and
views concerning the in Today.It's national off ice.We have two
ways
rivers and all the stuff
near see
burdens.If we can make ourcities that must rest
a job
which urban decay affects all of new black members of Con-
that floats on the water and free of filth, free of the over- primarily with government. But
follow ) gress, and although we need
us :
smell the sickening odor It's whelming problems that it's a job that also needs the helpof many more, some progresshas

everybody's river and affect everyone, I business and labor and been made Hundreds of
"As social worker and
a a it flows by luxury believe we'd finda private citizens. inside and fine black candidates ran
black woman I feel the agoniesof
apartment build- new spirit of outside the slum. White and strong races, and many won.
second-class citizenship very ings as well as pride andoptimism non-white alike. Concerted This demonstrates the grow-

deeply. Recently, I have come to slum dwellings. i i"There's in action now can be effective.That's ing power of the black vote.
feel that the conditions of our
this country. We in the Southern Christian
have made all [ why we ask you to
cities people
nothing first id 6 And with that Leadership Conference and
t hy// act and vigorously in
citizens in directly
second-class some ,
spirit we'll all the Poor People's Campaign
class about any ,
this crisis. Perhaps can joina
respects."I you will continue to work through
of J i become first- ,
of it, for any us
where work. Or
project you
visit cities and walk voter registration and poli-
join a civic group. Or find others tical education, for a political
their streets breathingair
through who think as you do and start a alliance of black people,other
that's not fit for anyone to
groupyourself. There are ways poor people and our sup-
breathe; I hearthe constant L. yoifcan help even as a single porters. This coalition can
rumble of traffic and I feel its individual. give the nation the leadershipwe
vibration in the soles of my feet t,, ;:j1
; desperately need to put an
f :>:; :1t::::: s
: As businessmen, we are
I the caked
see grime on end to poverty and Justice
windows walls sidewalks and ,,'.: dismayed at the economic
:: : and to build a decent societyfor
parked cars and shudder as I f A consequences should we fail all Americans."
:, : ;: to heed this call to action. As
realize that this dirt is going into !a 1tl: ;
jjr ,. M::. : :: men, we are appalled at the
our lungs; then I think that life |. t ,,p, j;
in today's cities is no picnic. . r L! :\>:; ,: :) prospect of greater personal e

for anyone . black or white. j !t:;;f :;:'t tragedy
'
You're a second-class citizen j, : ,j What about you?
29In
when you live like this. |; :'s Whoever you are, whatever fend ;
.f\ 161xUS
"Take the very simple 1 you do, you, in your own way ,ae. Needllne / '
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: Tllll..".11I.100% NUMtN NAIL' 'ToPOtr' call wortSatltfaction
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America Must Face Economic As Well as Social: Integration

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NEW YORK. "Suburban "American society can no found," Mr. South said, "is Louis, Operaton Equality has ary white purchasers in areas legislation and discussed new
(America has to face not,only longer afford suburbs which that the vast majority of blacks contracted for the construc- where segregationist real estate fair housing legal cases.
[racial integration but also the house only the rich. The na- who need decent housing are tion of 294 units of Turnkey practices preclude salesto "In short, the conferencegave
[inevitability of economic inte- tion's housing crisis Is impossible people with low incomes and housing Under this program, blacks' coordination of the us a chance for intensive
[gration," according to Walter to sole without build- in city after city there is justno families eligible for public work of fair-housing committees review of program In the last
I South, acting director, Oper- ing homes for low-income housing available for low housing will be moving, into ; assistance'in the removal two yearS and for planning In
(ation Equality, National Urban families throughout the greater income families, black or townhouse units,of three; four of credit blemishes; intensive depth for the coming year,"
League, at the conclusion of a metropolitan areas." white. We now know that in addition and five bedrooms. Theywillpay work with black real Mr. South said.Operation .
three-day meeting, October Operation Equality began to breaking' down the public housing rentals and estate brokers; and the crea- Equality is at
[ 22-24, of Operation Equality two years ago as a program to walls of racial segregation,we will have an option to purchase tion of Mini-Housing Corpor- work in: Cleveland, Miami,
project Directors and local break down the walls of racial have to break down the wallsof with rentals applied toward ations, as exemplified by New York City, Philadelphia,
( Urban League Executivesfrom segregation in order to enable economic segregation as equity. Operation Equal- Operation Equality In Pitts- Pittsburgh, Rochester, St.
12 cities across the na- non-whites to find decent well. We now know that it is
ity in St. Louis has also con- burgh. Louis, Seattle, in Westchester -
tion. housing. "But what we have necessary for our cities tracted for the construction of Participants in the three- County(N.Y.), and in Ber-
to solve this problem If they 128 Turnkey unts for the elderly day conference visited the gen, Essex and Union Counties
Book Review are to remain viable. and 54 units of single East Harlem Triangle Association in New Jersey.
"Therefore, while we will family houses under Section to study at first hand Attending the meeting in
continue our program of mov- 235 of the National Housing the functioning of successful New York for the Greater Mi-
Black Power vs ing families out of substan- Act." community development corporation ami Urban League was the

dard ghetto housing, we are, In addition to the creation of and ARCHArchi- executive director, T.Willard
in addition, concentrating on a new housing supply for low- tects' Renewal Committee in Fair, and coordinator for
IntegrationIn programs for adding to the income families, Project Di- Harlem), an organizationwhich Operation Equality, Lee A.
housing supply for low-Income rectors reported on a wide offers technical exper- Black.
black and white circles,a new book that has created much families primarily through
range housingoriented- tise to neighborhood groups to Miami Operation Equalityhas
discussion Is "Beyond the Burning -- Life and Death of the utilization of various govern- tivities, Including the wide- enable, them to come to grips offices at following locations
Ghetto." The author Is Sterling Tucker who was vicechairman ment housing programs. spread use of volunteer white with their own community ; 2338AliBabaAvenue,
of the 1963 March on Washington and recently served as "Operation Equality In checkers to determine the planning and housing problems 6740 NW 15th Avenue, 3378
national co-ordinator of the Seattle, for Instance, Is In the availability of apartments and participants also learn Douglas Road and 536 SW 12th
Solidarity Day March support process of fulfilling a com- houses; volunteer intermedi- ed more about new housing Avenue.
of the Poor People's Campaign mitment torehabllitate 82
His background includes lecture single family houses under 22
tours In India, Japan, Hong 4a (h) of the National Housing Act,
Kong, Korea and Malaysia under of which 40 have been completed -
the auspices of the U.S.Department and sold to low Income
of State, and a similar tourof families as of the end of September
Israel for the Israeli Government I this year.
He is presently the Direc, I "The average cost of property Lr d''
tor of Fie d Services for the acquisition in the Seattle
"New Thrust" program of the houses was $7500; the cost of
National Urban League. rehabilitation averaged $4500
In his book, Tucker points out per unit; and the selling price '
that there are many Negroes who !\ averaged $13,500. Each pur- ., 4't
remain unsympathetic to both chaser made a down payment ;
the black cower advocates and of $200 and has a monthly payment -
the Integrationists They see STERLING TUCKER averaging $83, which includes -

black power as a road to separation, and they are convince; principle, interests JU'L .. LA1'
that separation',Is unfeasible for the black man because he doenot on the mortgage, Insurance ;
have the resources and the power which would enable him j; and property taxes. The average r

to use that separation to his own advantage. Integration, too, family Income purchas-
is rejected as a solution because In America integration has|: ers was $5500 per year,which iL
degraded and humiliated the black man. Integration, as defin: typically included two wage- l
ed and practiced in ths country, asks the Negro to reject hispast. earners. !tI! ;
It tells the black man: that he might be able to mingle ii f "Similar programs are underway u j lflwaiiiii
he models himself after the white man. in Pittsburgh, Miami, r A lt a
"Those blacks seeking integration in America are asking: Rochester and St. Louis.In St.r .

something-of! ..somone else,!<' declares Tucker "They;"seemtc -"

be pounding white doors, asking, indeed pleading, for ad-r
mittance to a house they helped build,a house they should have! Negro
the right to enter. Integration allows the white man the luxury
of making the choice. He can choose to open the door or bolt
Employment
Metro Chuck Hall and other officials hand Jackso..
it closed. His whim Is the black man's destiny. Mayor were on memorial
"Integration, as it is presently practiced, is a white man's Hospital to greet the first free-ride MTA bus for indigent patients.
handout," Tucker continues "It is not a sharing process.: Rises 10 % Designated holders of clinic cards wl.o live between ,Homestead and the hos-.

Blacks and whites do not partake equally blacks share what pital board the buseson two trips daily, Monday through Friday. Greeting pas-

whites allow them to share. Few blacks really benefit. In the sengers on the first bus, Mayor Hall (third from right) joined Metro Depart-
"As the 1ft advocates and the in- Negro employment
between the black
power ment of Hospitals Director Charles W. Nordwall I (left) and Jay Weinstein
tegrationists has widened, it has become increasingly difficult U. S. rose over 10%in the four
to keep one foot in each camp. For if one accepts a partof years 1963 through 1966, Ar- (center), Administrator of the OutpatientClinic at Jackson Memorial.MiamiMetro -.

the black power philosophy, one is labeled a militant. He thur M. Ross, Commissioner, Department of Publicity & Tourism photo.
who believes in the 1954 Supreme Court decision is labeled a U. S. Bureau of Labor Statistics -
'sell-out to Integration.' The peson who opposes separationand writes in the current Is-
who at the same time sees the ghetto as a present and destructive -. sue of Ebony Magazine. Ross OJ.Ir a,4 ,
reality and advocates black control ameliorate the calls the increase "a recordof
situation Is ipso facto a black power advocate." measurable -- although by
Tucker that need to semantic no means sufficiently largeor
argues we stop playing games. Don't be
sufficiently rapid -- pro- ,
Labels are meaningless and dangerous, he says,because they of
oversimplify and distort, because they kill thought. They en- gress. The employment _
Negro ,workers rose from a ., 1 '! ,
.
courage people to take shortcuts, to read labels instead of ,' _'L''. '.. .
.
average Of',1234 OOO ... "' '
studying and analyzing the substance of the idea. monthly:; ':; ....">, ,* latelMake -- 0,
In 1963 fo'< 7,968,000 In I960;
Tucker believes that the only solution lies ina combinationof rr rf '' u
while white employment rose
both is not the goal.True equalityis.
approaches. Consistency
it
from to 66,097,000or 0
If we reject a part of a comprehensive solution in an attempt 61,575,000 '1
to be 100 per cent consistent, we will knock ourselvesout over seven per cent. -5
Assessing the opportunityfor your'Selection 1S-
and for all the wrong reasons. The goal is a single so- Negroes to upgrade into
ciety wherein a man gives according to his ability and none
unskilled
better jobs from ,
receives less reach this goal different ap-
than his need. To
work Ross
poor-paid says today
proaches are needed, he says. that during the 1963-1966
"Black power advocates have neither the means nor the J7ariedJ
significant gains were
period,
numbers to get blacks what they deserve. Though the black made Insomewhite-collarand o

' man's blood and the blood of his ancestors have been strewn skilled-labor fields and goeson We Have the most
, still don
from Bunker Hill to Vietnam, most black Americans to break down the numerical
t seek to redress past and present grievances by the sword. broad occupational
gains by
Likewise, black integrationists can accomplish little by them- categories.He and beautiful selection of
. selves, for they are not moving from strength. They can take terms this upgrading ofa
, only when they are given, and that isn't taking," according to disadvantaged labor force"a

Tucker.He painfully slow process," CHRISTMAS CARDS
sees the only solution In a wider definition of integration pointing out that in 1966,little
-- perhaps a NEW definition for white America integration is more than 20 per cent of near-
I not a passing gesture, a few thousand new jobs, more liberal ly 8 million employed Negroeswere
welfare regulations, he says. working In professional, available anywhere
Integration Is the FULL partnershipofblackandwhte. It is clerical and other whitecollar -
a redistribution of capital, resources and power. Integration occupations
,' means white sacrifice If whites believe democracy canwork, "An effective translation of.Sto'p in anytime and L' look ,over our samples
they must believe In It enough to make it work. "And democracy the principle, of equal Opportunity -
can survive only If whites choose to stand.on their own ," states the commis-
two feet by refusing to ride to victory on the backs of blacks. sioner, "should see a trend
Negroes are ready to stand:tall once the weight <>' oppressionis toward Negroesobtainingan
lifted from their bodies. Can whites stand tall when their expanding share of the

bolsters are'removed?" ", economy's betterjobs, paralleling -
Sterling pucker will be the guest speaker,at the Equal Opportunity their improved education 6530 NW 15th Avenue. 691-0421
Sat-
Day dinner of theGreater Miami Urban League, and training which today

I urday evening, November 16,,at the Deauville Hotel. .Tickets'' are more nearly approximating q..iaa.* dI- 'JII''IJt....."* ..,...... .ywarq.x..aa v.gN.aa...
are still available at the League's office, 395 NW First Street., those white employees." :
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I Moore Heads Coconut Grove "Operation .

Round AboutTolk .r R Equality CenterPaul -$10 -

Moore, long time resident r. . WILL BUY AN
of Cocount Grove, has : ::
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BY JIMMY "SCOOP" BETHEL of Field Representative of the SEWING MACHINE
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n 1 Urban League's Operation IICONOIIIONID ITIXMITSTr
equality office in Cocount F ..1n+-All lr..4l
MAN ABOUT TOWN-NYC ..Singer Billy Daniels breaking Grove. Mr. Moore was the fern" ll Ctblnefi
records at the Broadway Latin Quarters night club Head former coordinator of the .
lining . People are still talking about the "SweeVlnsDirations" Urban League's Community _
perfomance(to a standing ovation)at the NY 125 Street"Apollo Leadership Development project -
Theatre Freddie Scott with his all time hit "Last Operation Equality is a y L ALA
Train to Jacksonville" (are you lonely for me baby) stood the housing program that assists _
house up. Peggy Scott (pretty as can be)and Jo Jo Benson with black families and other .1"
-Let It Be Me" was a score . Motown's Gordy statement minority groups in locating \}' .
The Temptations still working a heavy schedule in commit better housing; by integrationof V f4yj'r'
ments will be seen on Diana Ross and the \ '
Supremes, NBC-TV new neighborhoods and im- ' ''''
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special which will be aired on December 9.David Ruffin(the provement of older ones. : ABC SEWING CENTER
former Temptations lead singer) has been replaced in group Mr. Moore said discrimination : . by newcomer, Dennis Edwards. David Ruffin will still record in housing and deplorable : '" ,< OPEN S I.M..t P.II. U5-15J4
for Motown. Rosalyn Miller(Brownsville) very pretty. conditions that existin t\,ww N
ghetto areas are among the : .A ,
MP most important problems for
which solutions must be found.
Our office is prepared to
assist people with their hous-
y ing needs in whatever way The Mini-Brute presents
possible. Please call 448-6268
ofngyw or stop by 3378 Douglas Road, the short payment book.
YSLW for further information."
w The Urban League's other
Y Operation Equality offices are
V / at the following locations.
Serving the Liberty City and
{ Brownsville areas is Mr.Earl
McCloud at 6740 NW 15th Ave.
The telephone number is 691-
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ROSALYN MILLER EDDIE BETHEL borhood is the Operation
DAYS OF WINE AND ROSES. Around Miami in the 1940's Equality office at 2338 All
there was this very lovely babe.During that era she was known Baba Ave. Field Representative 2 door Sedan
g mostly for her dancing and always being in the "top ten best Mr. Richard Love maybe 249 $49'11Per
dress teen group." At that time she lived in(what was called reached by stopping by his Down Mo for 36 Months

the city) Miami, around Fifth Ave. and Ninteenth Street. Her office or calling 6850342. BUick'S new Opel KadeI12-dr. Sedan.
name was Mattie Rolle.Today she's Mrs.Sam Wilson. Mrs. Hendrica Borden Is the
To the Sam Wilson we send regards Field Representative for the TIn DRIVE ONE TODAY AT-
Cuban Community, located at
536 S.W.12th Avenue,the telephone -
i number is 3582226. Sheehan BUICK S
Operation Equality offices are
open to the public during the
following hours, Monday, ENTIRE 2300 BLOCK S.W. 8th STREET HI 41661Open
Tuesday, Thursday, and Fri-
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ROUND ABOUT TALK . James Wallace(Blanche Ely) salnr FRIENDLY FORD
Pompano high school teacher sponsored that big "blow- I NEW
out party a few Friday nights ago in Ft. Lauderdale to help
finance the "Miss Blanche Ely contest." .. Around Trenton, EMERSONTELEVISION
N. J., there is that love child Janice Brown waiting for her man 2198 N.E. 163rd Street
to be released from the City Jail on a mugging rap, suddenlythe
officials discovered that the gun involved have killed a
taxi cab driver.So now the"Notorious Jimmy Hinton" is being r
held on a murder charge. . Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wimberlyshe's -- "
( the former Shirley Murray)of Carol City left for Europeon I Announces TheAppointment
a belated honeymoon. Their tour is taking them through I'
England, France and Sweden . Those two beautiful intern ; a
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ing teachers at North County Elem. a lovely sight, namely 1
Betty Brown of Sanford,Fla and Jackie Jerido of Lake Placid, $888
Fla. . What a duces I 11 I I School teacher Eddie Bethel (Carol of
City playboy) sporting his new 1969 LeMansallwhite pontiac) '.. I I > !.,
car . Jimmy Murray(handsome Sears-Roebuck salesman) :
seen more than often, escorting yellow 68 Dodge "Super B"
..Elder Notsworthy Jamaica BWI in Miami to assist Elder a1,
James Bethel at Mt. Pisgah SDA Church. Death of a great Hollering r
Miami-Nassau pioneer, Mr. Soloman Farrington brought in
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 15, 1968 23 !;

reation Center. A delicious repast was served. There was Gary Trimble, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Trimble, was
E dancing, games, and a dance contest. The girls helped to pre- classified on his first report of the present school term as an j
pare the food.The party was given in honor of the Culmer Baby honor student because of his exceptional conduct and high grade
0 NEIGHBORHOOD 0 Brown Football Team. average. i
The Senior Citizens under the EOPI Search and Serve Pro- Mrs. Jan Halvorsen was appointed Director at Dorsey effective t
P gram were Jumping with Joy as they Jumped and danced to the November 4. Mrs. Dennie Lane, parent, surprised the
SERVICESOPALOCKA music 0 the Douglas McArthur Band who was playing for themat Dorsey children at their Halloween Party by bringing over

\ I their grand Halloween Party, Friday, October 31.They had freshly roasted peanuts for their trick-or-treat bags.
their pictures taken by photographers from the Miami Herald.
There was food galore, dancing,and games.The band is man- Temple Israel Child Opportunity Center

NEIGHBORHOOD CENTER NEWS aged by our ,own Public .Relations Officer Cora' Miranda. The ladies from the Sabal Palm School came to Temple
BENNY L. O'BERRY, Area Director Ten' employees from Culmer Center were Invited to a lun- Israel on October 31,and gave a Halloween party for the child-
GENESTA SWEETING, Public Affairs Officer cheon at the DuPont Plaza for the United Fund. They were Mr. ren. This was a costume party. Costumes were madebystudents -
Harold Utley, representing EOPI, Cora Miranda, Public Af- teachers and aides. At the party,there was ducking for
Five neighborhood people, Mrs Mable Rogers, Mrs. Pearl ,fairs Officer for the Culmer area, Mrs. M. Zanders, Mrs. R. apples, a witches and pumpkin dance, music and a Halloween
White, Mrs. Ruth Singleton. Mrs. Helen Miller, and Mrs. Lucille Coakley, Mrs. G. Kendrick, Mrs. M. Higgs, Mrs. 0. Brown, Parade for the children. All parents attended.
Price, representing several organizations, met with a Miss B. Mann, and Miss A, Bush. Art Exhibit Anyone? On November 7, Mrs.Bea Kramer, director -
Legal Services attorney, mapping strategy to block the rezon- Mrs Gladys Moss, RN, from Dade County Search and ServeIs of Temple Israel, took the children to the Barcardi
ing of the old Opa-locka shopping area, on NW 22nd Avenue at Culmer each third Thursday,along with a social worker, Building on Biscayne Boulevard. The paintings were done by a
and Bunche Park West Drive. This group Is trying to preventthe to work with Senior Citizens.The local citizen, Miss Regi Yanich. The paintings represented
owner from erecting an apartment building on this site, new emphasis at Culmer Legal Services is on economic things of interest to kiddies, such as baby birds and animals,
which is an ideal site for a park and recreation center development, otherwise known as black capitalism. The attorneys etc
The Opa-locka Neighborhood Center was host to 29 childrenfor at Culmer Center are looking for individuals with man-
the play "Aladdin," which was held at the Dade County agement capabilities and an idea for a business. Loans without WeCan't
Auditorium on Saturday, November 2, at 1 p.m. collateral requirement are available for such Individuals, The > vge
attorneys will help the budding capitalist apply for the loan and

INSTITUTIONAL PROGRAM ACTIVATED: fulfill all the legal requirements for starting a business.
With all the talk about union discrimination, the attorneysat I fix Ifi Home

Six students from the Florida Memorial College are now Culmer are surprised that they have never received such

working with the Social Service Phase of our program two complaints directly.The .
each This Culmer Legal Services Advisory Panel is short several
provides
hours day. good practical training experience -
for the students and good in-kind contributions to the program members. You can help make Culmer LegalServices responsive -
to >the people it serves by Joining the panel and telling the REPAIRSSTEREO

The Senior Citizens motivated meeting was held on Tuesday, attorneys how they can best use their legal talents for the
benefit of the
November 5, under the guidance of our educational counselor, community.
Mrs. Genesta Sweeting. These Senior Citizens are involved in
arts and crafts, basic education, but most of all fellowship CHILD OPPORTUNITY CENTER NEWS
Mt. Zion Child Opportunity Center

LIBERTY CITY NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS
If the boys at Mt. Zion Child OpportunityCenter look unus- RADIO,

FATHER JOSEPH COLEMAN area Director ually well groomed, its due to the thoughtfulness and generosity -
of of daddies James Howard He devotedan
one our Mr. Jr.
RAY COLE Public Affairs Officer
entire morning of his day off to come to our center and give All Makes

our boys haircuts.Mr. .
Virginia la'Pre', Vista worker, has provided transportation
Howard who works at the Band Box Barber Shop 536
,
for field trips to enrich the lives of the children; visiting such
NW 2nd Avenue, is the father of Bereatha Howard one of our
a. seaports airports zoos parks fire stations and the
places ,
the elected
kindergarten children. He Is also newly presidentof
like. the Parents Group of our Child Opportunity Center. With 693-2732

Ellistein Jackson, a former student of Talladega College of such dedication to our program, our children can only gain
Alabama, has recently Joined the staff as a teacher in the LIb- good positive feelings about themselves their parents,who
erty City Day Care Center. really show that they care.
Mr. Louis Kandal recently made another large in-kind con- AMERICA FURNITURE

tribution to the center. He is a member of the Jewish War Dorsey Child Opportunity Center
Veterans, Post No. 682.The contribution this time amounted to Mr. and Mrs. James HarrisAlice) are the proud parents of 1300 NW m mE
$70. We would also appreciate additional contributions from the newest addition to their family, Claudia Ana Janet, born
individuals, volunteers, and staff members.The November 2. Mrs. Harris is a Dorsey Aide.
newly elected officers for our Childrens' Assistant

Group are; Georgia Mae Reddick, president; Orvia Fort,vice
president; Joycelyn Walker, secretary.The .
Liberty City Neighborhood Center is moving rapidly toward Carver
the organization of an area-wide board. y

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JOHN F. KENNEDY NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS


WILLIE BROWN, Area Director NewsBy

JOANN RUE, Public Affairs Officer Walter .j

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THE SOUTH DADE SCHOOL CRISISIt
The Commander, officers
was decided by the Board of Public Instruction of Dade and members of VFW. Post

County, which met November 6, that the following steps be No. 8195 are thanking all its .
taken In reference to the symbols questioned at South Dade Sr. friends for supporting our
High School: Veterans Day Dance at the
((1)) That funds be allocated to the school for the purchase of Elks Club in Ft. Lauderdale.We .
new band uniforms to be available next school year, and that also thank our President of
staff and students of the school develop a design for the uni- the Ladies Aux., Mrs. Addle '
forms free from any direct resemblance to confederate uniforms James, her officers and mem- : u
bers for being p r e s e n t. Our '
((20 that the school be directed not to use the confederate regular meeting, will be this '' ji:1
flage as a school symbol in its school activities. Sunday Nov 16th at 5 p.m. 'i : :
((3)) That the Board not ban playing of the song, "Dixie," but Alford pinder PFC. of Co.
the school be directed not to use this music as an official D, 4th Battalion 3 rdlnfrantry
school Apo-96217. This soldier re- .
song or as a pep song.
(4)) That no action be taken on the name "Rebel" and the blue ceived the Bronze Star Medal
and gray tolors. for bravery in the Republic of
Vietnam. He is the son of Mrs.

THE CREDIT UNION Camilla Pinkney 4100 S.W
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Are you like most people?If you are,Christmas and the year 28th Street W.Hollywood, Fla. ] fa1 :
end bring heavy demands for money.Come to the John F. Ken- Mr. Spencer Hill is the New
nedy Federal Credit Union, telephone number 247-7741, and Barber at Bowe's Moder-
borrow one lump sum. Then you can pay cash for what you nistic. Mr. Hill Is a residentof

buy. You often save by doing this, and your monthly install- Hallandale. I Ie
ments will easily pay off your loan. There is only 1% Intereston wJc
the unpaid balance. Hurry down today or call and find out AMERICAN LEGION

about our other benefits. JUNIORS HOLDROUNDUP


CULMER NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS
The 10th District American
Legion Auxiliary Juniors held
CLAUDIA FULLER Area Director
,
their annual Roundup at Haul-
CORA MIRANDA Public Affairs OfficerOn
,
over Beach, Saturday, Nov. 9. 1"
the Tenant's The purpose was to elect new
October 23 a combined meeting was held with e
League and the community organizations, such as the officers for the district. From
Unity No. 165 our new district
ADC Mothers YouthGroupChildOpportanityAdvisoryCouncil
,
president was chosen, Myrna
and Council.Mr. .
Legal Advisory
who served as sec-
IntroducedMrs. Copeland,
of Culmer Center,
Arthur King, Director
the retary for the roundupAnother -
who explained
Claudia Puller acting area director,
office that of
for cal- high ,
and the purpose
re-organization plan to the audience,
bestowed
treasurer, was upon
ling this meeting, to form one Advisory Board.
each component! Danita Daniels, also of Unit
selected from
Thirty-two persons were Meadows was 165. It was a happy and proud
William E.
Board. Mr.
serve
on the Advisory
for their Mrs.
'day sponsors,
Temporary
as
appointed, by vote of the majority, to serve M. MontgomeryMrs.McBurney -

chairman.Recommendations were made to be presented to Mrs. Marie as they and settled Mrs.down M.after Daniels the, 'rff

S, Carl, executive director of EOPI. ;
Halloween Party A Go Go was the title for the big event official meeting for an after- :
2 at Culmer Rec- noon repast.
November ,
held
for the kiddies on Saturday.




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? \THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 15, .1968
RANGE DEATHS MANKERMILTONFlossie
IN MEMORIAMIn Louise Clyatt of 152

loving memory of my NW Mrs.12th St., filed at her resi- Mae Scott of 1019

'L CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS I II father dence five Nov.cousins 6. She, Viola Is f survivedby Wal- Jackson Services NW 42nd t Memorial St.were, died held Nov.Hospital.Wednes-9, at


ker, Ruth Sanders,Sarah Win-
_. ters, Cora Atkins and Leatha day, Nov. 13, at Zlon Hill Baptist -
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Church. Survivors Includea
IN MEMORIAMIn Armstead. Services were held
CARD OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIIAM daughter Naomi Donaldson;
Tuesday at St. Mark Baptist
loving memory of our beloved two aunts, Amelia Nichols and
family and husband of In loving.memory of Church. .
the late mother x Willie Frank Peterson of Aremata Nichols; eight grand

. ,. 1735 NW 14th PI., dledNov.6.He children, one great grandchild
Is survived by his parents, an uncle Book Nichols.

'N4 Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Peterson;

three brothers andtwosisters. Ella Covert of 1769 NW 69th

r. There were no local ser- St., died Nov 8, in Venetian

vices. He was removedSaturday Nursing Home. Services will

to'cairo, Ga., for burial be held Friday, 2 p.m. at the

rites chapel. She is survived by

Mrs. Mary Young of 5024 threedaughtersConseolaKent
FRANK DAVIS
., who departed this life Nov. 27, SW 21st St., West Hollywood, Gladys Moore, and

1964. died at her residence Nov 7. Elizabeth; four sons Randell,

She Is survivedbyherhusband Theodore, Albert and Quentin
R "Gone but not forgotten.
........ Manassah; a son Ronald; one White.
Death is a heartacheNo
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J sister Rosetta pinder and a
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. a y $lMRS. one can heal d a ugh t e r- In-law Marjorie. Joseph Kerr of 1718 NW 2
53ftfKf Some may forget you
GLADYSSTOCKTON MR. GEORGE SEYMOUR [ But we never will. Mrs. Annie P. Walker of 225 Ct., Apt. 9, died Nov. 8, athis

would like to thank all friends Every time I see a rainbow ..- -- NW 20th Ter., Apt. 10, died at home. He is survived by his

and neighbors for their many Shining in the sky above, Mamie Davis wife Jackson Hospital Nov. 10. She wife, Rhoda Johnson.Servicesare

acts of kindness during their I remember God's great mer- RACHEL RUSSELLwho Is survived by her daughter incomplete.
moment of sorrow and be- departed this life November Alberta Samuels, sister
cies Louise Price and a son-In-law _
Marguarite Johnson sister e.
14,1960.Blest ,
reavement. and faithfulness and Price. She removed
His love. Floyd was
are the :pure in heart, Vyllne Henry, sister HOUSE OF ALBERT
When there's a rainbow in the Thursday to Pelham, Ga., for
For they shall see our God; Services for Mrs. Laurene
sky the clouds that frownedgo burial ceremonies.
THANKSThe ,
OUR The secret of the Lord is Ross of 915 NW 3rd Ave Apt.
,
smiling by: T'Is a promise John H. Randle, Jr., of 138

family of the late written there, of our Father's theirs, CARD OF THANKSThe NW 25th St., died Nov 7.He is five were held Saturday,
Their soul is Christ's abode November third. She is
sur-
love and care, when there'sa family of the late survived by his wife Annie;

MARTIN C. SIMMONSwho rainbow in the sky. ROBERT (MIKE) WHYMS three children; his parents vived by two sons,William and

passed Oct. 18, wish to Sadly missed wish to express our sincere Mr. and Mrs.John Randle,Sr.; Samuel Watkins, one grandson -

take this medium to thank Hazel Aurelia Major and Jennie five brothers six sisters nine Samuel Watkins Jr.
you, Mrs. D. Seymour, Harris thanks for the many cards, ;
and our many friends for the daughterIN daughtersIN floral pieces, telegrams,cov- aunts; five uncles, his grandparents -

kind expression of sympathy, ered dishes, donations and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Mrs. Lilly E. Doby of 2434
cards letters Price and NW 64th St. died November 6,
telegrams, other kind expressions shownto a grandmother Mrs.

flowers, floral contributions, MEMORIAM MEMORIAMIn us during our hours of sor Annie Lou Randle. Services at the Jackson Memorial
foods etc. will be held 15 Hospital.She is survived by one
as your thought- In of our beloved row. Friday, Nov. ,
fulness helped to make the husband memory and brother memory of Special thanks to the Key 12:30 at Bright Morning Star son, Louis Doby, one brother,

burden a little easier to bear. West Funeral Home, Rev. Baptist Church. Mitch Green, two sisters

Special thanks to Range .. .... Pearl Hampton, and Maggie
Bethel
George Rev. B. L.Davis George Nickson of 2350 NW

Funeral Home for the efficient the American Legion, the 154th St., died Nov. 8. He is Robinson, one grandson, Louis

services rendered and Bro V. F. W. and the Ladies Auxiliary survived by his parents Mr. Mitchell, and a sister-in-law,

ther Thompson of the Liberty i and Mrs. General Nickson;six Mrs.Lillian Doby.Services>.

City Church of Christ,Ushers f brothers Daniel, Lewis were held Monday, November

and members for their con- v-, Gaynell Gibson Whyms,wife Samuel, Andrew, Jeremiahand 11, at the Bethamy S.D.A.

soling services. Olive Rolle, sister Albert; two sisters Eliza-

Amilda Whyms, sister beth and Alma, and an uncle Services for Mrs. Pearly

The Simmons Family and the children. Harose. Services will be held Stephens of 5035 NW 23 Ave.

Friday, Nov. 15, at 3:30 p.m. were held Monday at 3 p.m.
In the chapel. in the Chapel. She is survivedby

OUR THANKS I IN MEMORIAMIn Charlie Shootes of 1277 NW a son, Roger, sister, Mrs.
Nancy Gordon, two brothers,
,." loving memory ofi'F 70th St., died Nov. 11 at Jack
James and Malcom Sharpe
son Hospital.He is survived by ,
and 13 grandchildren.Se .
.,....' fivebrothers,A. J., Ulysees, rvlces i for EugeneSat-
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," Joseph Walter,and Roosevelt;
berry of 2771 NW 48th Street
: two sisters Louise and
Henry
will be held Saturday Nov.

SHADDIE WARD MRS. MARGARET MUNNINGSwho Doris Sherman; two aunts 16, at 2 p.m. He is survived by,
Rosa Green and Emma Jack-
a wife three daughters six
,
who passed away Nov. 17, 1962 departed this life November son and an uncle Benjamin ,
three aunts
sons two sisters
r May his soul be bound up in the 11, 1965. Green. Services will be held ,
David
Jerome Taylor of
bond of eternal life and his Gone, but not forgotten. Saturday, Nov. 16, at 10 a.m.
4755 NW 16th Ave. died Nov.
memory ever be for a bless "Servant of God well done; : in the chapel.
eight at Jackson Memorial
: ,
ing. Rest from thy loved employ
9 9 Julius Way of 4656 NW 15th
is
He survived his
k. Hospital. by
P Ip Emma Lou Ward, wife The battle's fought, the vic- .",. e.l Ct. died at Veterans Hospital
,
: { 'I Parents, Mr. and Mrs. James
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and familyIN tory won, .. Nov. 9. He is survived his
.
Mri by
h ... Lee three brothers
.I. Taylor
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Enter thy Master's joy. J1 .
.
\ wife
i Dorothy; three sisters James Lee, Marty Lee, and
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p cit1I[ r'\1 '. Alena Nelson Anna Williams
iLJ 'fl' .".'. Terry. Arrangements are in-
The FamilyIN
t : \. : and Lillie Manning; three bro complete.
Wlll'UiJI; Uf ... .u.UUZ1l MEMORIAMIn thers
Albert
and
Orange Way Funeral services for the
The family of the late Hewitt beloved SAM JACKSONwho and Sebrin Bryant. Serviceswill
of
loving memory our late Joseph Kerr, of 1718 NW
William Matthews gratefully mother, grandmotherand MEMORIAMIn departed this life Novem- be heldSaturday,at 1 p.m. 2nd ct., will be held at 11: a.m.
acknowledge sincerely sister ber 13, 1957. at Salters Chapel.
kind loving memory of my dear Saturday, November 16, atthest.
thank for expression -
you your Gone but not forgotten.
Margaret Romer of 2442 NW
James Baptist Church. Mr.
of sympathy throughthe mother, sister and grandmother -
64th St., died Nov. 10. She is Kerr died Nov. 8 at his home.
,
of cards letters tele:
use Ernest and Sam
.. survived by one son Hastings; He is
'>>' survivedby one
grams and flowers. Your r Jackson and Family three daughters Lillie
,telephone calls visits and Rl daughter, WUlimine Nesbitt,
,
Williams Mary Rr*nnnn and
delicacies one brother, one sister, three
certainly were Florence' hre-
Romer; brothers -
grandchildren and 15
great-
additives that to ,
helped ease FRANCIS Daniel Willie and Fred grandchildren.

our We sorrow.wish to extend our Robert B. Jones of 3817 Wright, five sisters Alberta Theodore Brown died Nov.

special thanks and appreciation Fla. Avenue in Coconut Grove Brown, Muriel Mackey, Flor- 8. Arrangements are incom-

.to the Youngs Funeral died November 6th at Jack ence Moss, Mable Brown and plete.
Olive McKenzie Services will Services for Fremont
son Memorial Hosp. Funeral L.
locka Florida
Home of
who conducted Opa their,business .. services will be held Thurs. be held Monday, Nov. 18, at Harrison, of 1023 N.W. 67th
... 2 p.m. at the Church of God#1,
< November 14th, 2:30 p.m. St. were held at 2 p.m. Fridayin
with such "
greatdignityandconsiderations '
."., .1. in the chapel with Rev. AaronD. 5th Ct. and 17th Street. the Chapel. He is survivedby
the Reverends .
; :c S Mrs. Shell le Collins of
t' ,:t Hall, officiating. Survivors three sons, Fremont Jr.,
edwin Shirley and George '>f ,. : ; 15831 NW 17th PL Opa-locka
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i .( ,
Include his and
A wife Mrs. Mae Ralph, Loyld.
Taylor who performed the ; ;, ; died
at Palm
Springs Hospital
: .
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/ Jones one brother Mr.
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rites and guided the family "rf 'If: ',
\". : Nov. 11. She is survived by

spiritually, and to everyonewho <, l';;: :JiIt'f!' ..., .'. ""'" ........... .......", ., ...." . Jessie Jones; one sister; Mrs. her husband Albert; two RICHARDSONAmos
loved Hewitt we thank Nancy Jones; one sisterinlaw -
,
MRS. MAUDE STIRRUP ; Mrs. Lillian Jones. daughters, Mary McClain and Scipio, died Nov. 11,
h . you. MRS. MARY DEAN BROWN Mae Kelly; and two brothers at Christian Hospital. He is
I.- One goes along from day to Willie
and
holds Albert Jackson of 3203 N.W. George Moton.Ser- survived by his wife Dorothy;
not dreaming that he
day vices
will be
held
such a place in the hearts of so who departed this life Novem- who departed this life Nov. 12, 51st St. died Nov.3rd. Funeral Saturday at one daughter Hortense Glass
3:30 in the
many friends, until an occasionlike ber 12, 1962. 1962. arrangements at this time are : p.m. chapel. of Philadelphia; one grandsontwo

this arises. Just as nights dark shadows Servant of God well done,Rest incomplete. Survivors include Mrs. Viola Lester Orr of sisters Mrs. Annie Free-

The Matthews and Lowe Give wa y to the light of day; from thy loved employ. his mother; Mrs.Emma Jack- 15217 Railroad Dr., Opa-locka mu and Mrs. Bessie Lewisof

Family, God's love, like rays of sun- The Battle fought the victorywon son; four brothers; Jim; Paul; died Nov. 9. She is survivedby Sandford, Fla.; two sisters-

shine, Joe and R o o s e v e l Jackson; one son James;four daugh- in-law, nieces and nephews.

j.1:;' Will lighten up the way. Enter thy Master's joy. two sisters, Core Lee Fead ters Ernest Bradshaw, Susie

:' THANK YOUin The pain of death is past and Thelm.W1l1lams.. Stewart, Camilla Coxand

.. ..... Out of the velvety heavens, Labor and sorrow cease Hattie Lyons; 28 grandchildren SUPPORTYOUR
the past week Mr.Arthur A twinkling star, shines and life's long warfare closedat Mrs. Grade Mae Robinson ; a number of great grandchildren -

C. Blatch returned home from through; last. of N.W. 5th St., died November and a sister Mrs.

the burial of his father, and So faith lights up the darkness, Thy soul is found in peace. llth. Funeral Arrangementsat Emma Harris. Services will

wish to thank the many friends Assuring hope, 'tis true. this, time are incomplete. be held Saturday, Nov. 16, at

for their warm expressions of Mrs. Lenora Sands, Survivors Include her husband 10 a.m. at Morning Star Bap- YMCAA

sym "h). The family daughter and family Rev. John Henry Robinson. tist Church.






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House At Junior College- Sunday, United Negro College Fund Opens

Exhibits and displays rang- There will be dramatic the
per-
ing from an art show to a formances films demonstrations and exhibits -
wrestling match, from aero- shows, judo, gymnasticsbas-, fashion spilling over Into the Stale Office HereJames
concourse and patio areas.MDJC .
space to zoology, will en- ketball and baseball.
South Is located at SW
tertain visitor s at Miami- At South Campus, the new 104th Street and 110th Avenue E. Bullard, regional time students and maintain an ullties, buy essential teaching
Junior College's eighth Fine
Dade Arts facility will be open On North Campus, locatedat director of the United Negro open door admission: policyfor and laboratory equipment,develop -
annual Open House Sunday to the public for the first time. NW 27th Avenue and 113th College Fund,announced today potentially capable high new educational pro-

afternoon. Completed last summer and Street, Open House activities the establishment of the school graduates of all races grams and strengthen library
Separate events at the North opened at.the beginning of the will be held In Scott Hall,Wolf- Fund's Florida State Office in and creeds, from all parts of holdings.
and South Campuses will take fall term, it houses music,art son Learning Resources Cen- Miami. The State Office is located the country.The .
simultaneously between and During the next forty-five
place drama classrooms and ter, McArthur Hall of Science at 111 NE Second Ave., purpose of the Fund is
2 p.m. and4:30p.m.inthecol- studios. Usina Hall of Science and Room 904. days, the Florida Office Staff
Technology, the Student Congress Building, to supplement the annual oper-
traditional observanceof and will be conducting the Greater
Trammell
lege's Learning Center, and the JFK Health The United Negro College ating budgets of the member
American Education Week. Resources Center will also be Center, as well as a number of Fund Is a Federation of thirtysix colleges, which allows the institutions Miami area Campaign with a
All phases of college life on open to visitors with many of open air events on the campus. privately endowed and accredIted to keep the cost of goal of $100,000. This will
the campuses of the state's represent a portion of the Na-
senior colleges and going to school as low as
will be depicted tional Goal of $7,000,000.
largest college -
universities organized to seek possible. Bullard stated that
in the more than 150 activities Calling All Loyal !
Wasliingfonians financial support through an the largest portion of the funds Member colleges located in

planned for the occa- The Booker T. Washington offered from 7' to 10 p.m: Annual Nationwide Appeal. contributed are used by the institutions Florida and depend on pro-
sion. the Library is open each night until Monday and WednesdayMath The thirty-six colleges and to bolster schol- ceeds from the Fund for oper-
Visitors may spend 10 p.m. The public Is Invited registration $2.00 universities that belong to the arships and financial aid pro- ational purposes are Bethune-
to continuous gov-
afternoon listening to use it regularly between ernment, registration ;200. Fund are predominantly Ne- grams for more than 21,000 Cookman College, Daytona
music performed by thecollege's the hours of 3:15 and Tuesday and Thursday typing gro institutions. They enroll students. Member institutionsare Beach, and Florida Memorial

choruses bands, or,watch orchestrasand elec- 10 p.m. Our evening Library registration 500. approximately 40,000 full- also able to improve fac- College, Miami.
activities now available are: The first 25
persons regis-
wizardry In the Com-
tronic
tutoring for teens, help in tering for math will automa-
puter Center. completing research projects. tically become registered for

quiet study hour, music appreciation government for the same$2.00
BrownsvilleJr. practicing to becomea fee. The first 25 persons reg-
Disc Jockey, story telling, istering for government will
High TV Viewing, Movies for en- automatically become regis-

The major events of which joyment, listening to sbrieson tered for math. This Is the op-
all Faiconitesaredelighted\ tape, exploring through portunity of a lifetime. Two I P Ly
include Mrs. Evelyn Camp- filmstrips and reading for fun. classes for the price of one.
bell's outstanding contributionto Whatever your library needs Registration ends on No-
the state of Florida duringthe are, come to Booker .Wash- vember 6. You may registerIn ,
ington. Mr. George Brown HI
"Annual Conference of the the main office afternoons
Is eagerly waiting tobe of ser-
Florida Council of Teachersof between the hours of 3:30 and
vice. 5:30 and between
English" and Dr. G. W. p.m. evenings -
Hawkins' stirring speech to 7:00 and 10 p.m. Mr.
the basic education classes. New classes are opening up Henry W. Daniels, community
In our adult curriculum. Be- school director will be happyto
On October 17th and 18th,In
West Palm Beach, Mrs ginning Monday, November 4, discuss with you your edu- O.E.S. Celebrate 8th Anniversary .
the following classes will be cational needs.
Evelyn Campbell served as The second Me1zle Coleman are: Sisters Katie Krenshaw, Carrie Glascock, Ruby Fred-
chairman of discussion"On
a panel No. 5 Order of Eastern Star Wanza Dollford, Eva Thomas, rick, Eunice Ivery, Katherne
Teaching the Disadvantaged Nina Simone In Concert Nov. 29 celebrated their 8th Anniversary Jacquelyn Frazier Mary Ann Richardson, Violet Tisby,
: Techniques andMa- Sunday, Oct. B7, at Bright Rozier, Daisy Perkins, Inez Annie Clark, Annette Horne,
terials." The panel was com- Jazz-blues songstress Nina pop, she takes "To Love Morning Star Freewill Bap- Daniels, Ossie Williams, Elizabeth Solomon and DoraL
posed of many eminent educa- Simone will provide a swing- Somebody" by a serious mind- tist Church. The theme for the Essie Franklin. Lottie Lundy. Cotton
tors and authors from various ging, exhilarating musical experience ed British combo, The Bee occasion was "The Need of
sections of the country. This for Miami Friday, Gees, reworking its structureto Love and Unity of Christian
program, sponsored by the November 29, at Dade County lay down the gospel truth. Women in the Present World
"Florida Council of Teachersof Auditorium.Miss With it all, Miss Simone C r I s Is." The speaker was
English," met with overwhelming Sim one derives her flashes a high-flying style on Rev. J. S. Ste v e n. The mis-
success under Mrs. material from a refreshingly the 88s that is as finely schooled tress of ceremony was Mrs
Campbell's magnificent lead- diverse library of sources. as her voice. She.leads a Marion Orlnah of Florida 3F S'

ership.Dr. From Gershwin's Jazz opera, crack combo of Charles Crosby Memorial College. All sisters Frs
G. W. Hawkins, one of "Porgy and Bess," she sighsa on the skins; Gene Taylor, wore beautiful green dresses
Miami's prominent dentists, rapturous "I Loves You upright bass; Rudy Stevenson, with white accessories com-
was the main speaker for the Porgy." From the folk milieu electric guitar and flute; and peting for queen this year were
basic education classes at our she borrows, bends and molds Samuel Waymon on plextronic, Zeldora Rome, Carrie Glas
school. His topic, "Growth and "House of the Rising Sun" intoa an amplified keyboard instru- cock, and Mlssie Ree Davis.
Progress of Miami and Metro- scorching blues opus. From ment. Sister Davis was the winner
politan Dade County," was ---- - -- and Sister Glascock was the
well received by his young au CHARLES R. DREW GETS DOWN TO runner-up. The sisters of

dience. He then challenged the BUSINESS. . SHOW BUSINESSMR. Melzle Coleman No. 5 exhibited s e ,
boys and girls to avail them- love and unity in making this
November cate You, anorfglnalhumorous f
night
Thursday '
selves to the educational opportunities 14, the staff of Charles R. skit deplclting the trials day a success. We sincerelywish 1'' r r fP fr X11'f
that are being offered faced to thank all concerned, T
Drew Jr. High will be doing and tribulations by
today. Hd emphasizedthat of for helping to make our anni- i
business behind the footlightsIn teachers during the run one
citizens of tomorrow will versary a success.
the auditorium as part of school day.

find themselves at a great its annual American Education Also on tap will be a color Sis. Dorothy Miller, chair-
10
s s The lasting Impressionthat
Week Observance.: film showing on-the-spot man and Sis. Annie Lenard,
was left on the minds of Promptly at 8 p.m., the classroom situations and the Worthy Matron.
the young will always be re- houselights will dim as the fantastically modern facilities 1

'nembered. staff presents "Let Us Edu- of the recently-built junior Seated from left to right are
high school. The film will be Sisters Beatrice Sheldon,

narrated by principal, Dr. Freddie Washington, Annie
J. L. Jones. Lenard, Missie Ree Davis,
The general public is urgedto Gussie Nelson, Emma Lee
attend this interesting, Informative Williams, Dorothy Miller and
and highly entertaining Maggie Norris.
affair Standing from left to right

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GREATER ST. LUKE EBENEZER Women's Day At Mt. Olive SundayThe I

Aaron.Hall pastor
Rev. ,
Rev. O. Taylor, pastor

Alfreva Taylor, reporterAll E. Ingram, reporter entire public Is Invitedto morning and Mrs. Theola Davis -
1 will observe its
roads lead to Greater St. Choir No. attend Mt. Olive's Women's evening. Come and hear

Luke Nov. 24, on their annual 60th anniversary, Monday, Day celebration Sunday, these dynamic speake i SL
The
o'clock.
November 18 at 8
Men's Day. Our morning A November 17. Theme: Chris- see the program that has be:.a
is invited to attend.
9 e speaker will be Rev. W. E. public has been tian Women Marching For- prepared for your Inspiration.All .
Sims at 3 Rev.E. Louwder special program World.
p.m. for enjoyment. ward in a Troubled roads will lead to our
planned your
.rGrp will deliver the message. The Bartley Circle will Chairman Mrs. V.Henry church Sunday at 1622 NW 69th
services will be
Evening con- meet at the home of Mrs. Mary and Co-chairman Mrs. Ethel Terr"e, Rev. O. L. Nicker-
ducted by Rev. C. H. Smith.
Montgomery, 325 NW 11th St. Mikerson are looking forwardto son is pator.
The public is cordially Invitedto
attend. The church is locat- Apt. 6, Thursday, Nov. 21 at a great day. Guest speakers Let us remember to pray for

8 o'clock. The Golden Glee are Mrs. Sallie Carline our sick and shut-ins.
l uu In at l urrl hn ayI ed at.4205 SW 18th St., Hollywood Circle will be in charge of


The president and membersof class meeting/ Tuesday night. BROWNSVILLEBAPTIST
A Calendar Tea and Fash- ZION HOPE

St. Paul Women Raise/ 511,235.75 No. 2 choir who participated wish to thank on ion Show was presented on last Rev. Paul Freeman, pastor

I everyone their program,along with Jor- Sunday for the benefit of Wo- Bessie Williams, reporterAll Rev. W. M. Davis, pastor

Rev. T. C. men's and Annie men's Day. Fashions from children and teenagersare Donella Turner reporterThe
Kelley, pastor Day queen, L. don Grove No. 1 choir.
Mary Amos,reporter Herring her first runner-up, Sunday, Nov. 17, at 3 p.m. Lory's Fashion Shop and the asked to be present each Young Peoples Dept.are

and Barbara Reman second Rev. Hepburn and congregation men from King The Tailor Monday at 4 p.m. for Christ- still soliciting ads for the Sou-
in show with venior Booklet for the
participated the Family
rehearsal.Rev. .
runner-up. We are proud to will be In charge of ser- mas
Dee Dee Lawrence as narra- Dinner, which will be Jan. 1.
announce that we raised $11- vices, also at 4 p.m.there will Armstrong is sponsor-

235.15. May God bless each be a Tea at the home of Sis. tor.A ing a program Friday night.He Tickets are $1.50 for adults

., of you. Shirley Armstrong. Everyoneis big thanks to all who appeared is asking 1 the cooperation of and 85$ for children.

The pastor is asking all welcome to come out, these,, on the program. all. The public is cordially in- Brother Sammy Byrd and

members and friends to come programs are in behalf of The tables were beautifully vited. This is behalf of Choir co-workers will sell dinnersat

out Sunday, at 3 p.m. to enjoy Men's Day.Please decorated, representing each No. 2's anniversary.Rev. the church Saturday. Also

and Join in with him on the"Pastor's remember to visit month of the year. The tablesof Lester C. Albert will Saturday night Deacon Aldine
March won first prize Mrs. Sales will have Barbecuesale
t be duringour a
Appreciation Ser- and pray for the sick and shut- our guest speaker
vice," sponsored by the Pas- ins. Elizabeth Ross, chairman. morning service Sunday. at his home, 21000 NW

tor's Aid Club. Rev. Jarlus Dec., second prize to Mrs. All who wish to hear this dynamic 34th Ave., Carol City.

Dunn, pastor of Drake Mem- Rosa Thurston and third the speaker are asked to be Our Men's Day will climax

orial will give the message. ZION HILL month of May, Mrs. Deloris present. Sunday, Nov. 24, the morning

On Nov. 17, at 7:30: p.m. the Rev. James Pickett, pastor Higgs was the recipient. Don't forget the sick, shut- speaker will be Rev. S.Atchi-

pastor and congregation, Sunday, Nov. 17, the No. 1 in, members of bereaved son, the 3 p.m. speaker will be

Choir #2 and Ushers servingwill Ushers' Board will celebrate GREATER BETHEL AME! families and boys in the armed Rev. J. E. Murray and con-

come and go with the pastor their anniversary, we are services in your prayers. gregation.To .
Johnson pastor
to Jordan Grove,Rev.Cook looking forward to seeing you Rev. Timothy all our visitors, you are

,MRS MAYDELL BRAYNON is the pastor their. Naomi Troutman, reporter always welcome.

Our pastor, chairman, cochairman Dinners are sold every Sat- Mr. Wilbur Ellison, chair-

and officers wishto urday at the church, 2385 NW man, David Ivey and James MT. SINAI MT.CALVARY

take this to 60th St. Phone 633-5685 the
opportunity Paul co-chairmen and the entire
Rev. C. O. Albury pastor
thank our many members and '" pastor is asking the entire membership in appreciation Rev. S. Atchison,pastor
Tea time 4
6
Sunday
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p.m.
friends who worked hard to church to accompany him to express our thanks to our Phyllis Beal, reporterThe
in
the annex, sponsored by thePastor's
help make our 24th Women's Metropolitan AME, Tuesday many friends for helping us to Home Mission wishesto
Aid Club L S Stokes
.
Day an over whel ming success q night before the fourth Sunday. make our men's day a great president. thank those who helped to

Our congratulations to The Ushers' Baptist Fel- success. make their anniversary a suc
The need for more workersin
Mrs. Maydell Braynon who lowship will convene at Union The speaker of the day was cess. Thanks again.
the BTU is urgent. Come
maintained her title of On the fourth Sunday all ushers -
Mrs Grove Baptist Church the Mr. Dewey Knight Sr., direc-
St. Paul for another year, Mrs. fourth Sunday at 3 p.m. Rev. tor of the Dade County Public and bring your children every of the No.1, 2, 4, and

Ann Shennette, her first run- Smith, pastor. Welfare. He spoke on the youthin Sunday at 5:30 p.m. You are youth board will celebrate
asked
to
ner up and Mrs. Ruth Abrams Let us not forget to pray for a changing society. pay your pledge at their anniversary Jointly.
once for the Florida Memorial
second runner up. Both Mrs. the sick and shut-in members. Auxiliary Board No. 2 invites Everyone Is invited.
building fund.
Braynon and Mrs. Shennette Sisters Gordon and Parris are you to attend its annual Prayer meeting every
We want to make others
will receive a trip to Nassau.We out of (Ithe hospital and home. Harvest Sip and presentation Thursday night. Pray for the
happy for thanksgiving. You
but confined to the bed Sister of faith sick and shutins.BEULAH .
triology hopeandcharity
are proud of our Juniorswho ; may help by turning In the

raised 32811. Our con- Foster will go'in the hospitalon Sunday, Nov. 17,3- names of any needy families

gratulations to Floria the 20th of this month. 5 p.m. at the home of Mrs. and persons in the community. BAPTIST

Sheffield who is our Jr. Wo- FLORIA SHEFFIELD Artie Richardson, 1721 NW Rev. E. R. Ferguson pastor- ,

ST. LUKE 45th Street Mrs.Jessie Giles", Alice Banks, reporter

president. MILLROCK M. B. The No. 1 Choir wish to express -

BROWNS CHAPELAll NEW HOPE Rev. P. W. Williams, pastor As we continue to pray with their thanks to our many

Kathleen Streeter, reporterThe and for our sick and shutInswe Rev. A.Jackson,pastor friends for their cooperation

roads lead to Browns Rev. W. E. Sims pastor pastor would like to pray God's blessing upon 0. Furgerson, reporterThe during their anniversary.On .

Chapel, Sunday Nov.24.Morn- Loraine Fuller, reporterThe thank Mrs. Mary Johnson and you. chairman and cochairman the fourth Sunday Rev.

ing speaker will be Mrs. L.D. the Young Matrons for pre- are thanking everyone for Ferguson will preach the Pas-

Mungin of Greater Day Spring Missionary Societywish senting such a well planned their loyal support on last Sun- tor's Anniversary of Mt. Zionof
to thank all participants "Honors Thanks is
Baptist Church Jacksonville Day Tea. MT. TABOR day on their Women's Day pro- Goulds.
who helped to make their fel- extended also to the speaker
for it successful
was a
gram
,
At 3 p.m. there will be a You are cordially invited to
lowship program a success. Mrs. Corrine Stokes Green. Rev. James W. Hendon, pastor one.
discussion conductedby worshp with us.
panel the people, various Thursday evening at 8 p.m. Beginning the first Sunday in Wilhelmina B.Sands, reporterThe We are asking all our mem- Don forget the sickand shut-
young
our regular bible class and December church observed their
churches.At our evening ser- bers and visitors to please attend ins.

7 Mrs. Medlin Wil- prayer meeting night, the pastor vices will change from 7 p.m. annual men's daySunday, Nov. prayer meeting on Tues-

liams will p.m.be the speaker. If is urging all members to to 6 p.m. You are invited to 10. Mr. Nathaniel Norwood, day night for one hour, from GRACE

miss these services you'll be present. worship with us this Sunday, general chairman and his 7:30 to 8:30.:

certaily you miss a treat. Friday Nov. 15at8p.m.theyouth 1790 NW 55th Street.CORINTH. committee wishes to thank the Don't forget to pray for the PRESBYTERIAN

Rev. J. E. Brown pastor choir is sponsoring a members and friends for help- sick and shut-in and come to Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor
,
Musical Program in behalf of ing to make this day a success.
1323 NW 54th St. Sister Ida church and have your faith lifted If there are any memberswho
Jackson reporter. their anniversary. A special thanks to Dr. R. W. have not yet made their
Sunday Nov. 17 at 3 Puryear morning speaker and
p.m. Rev. M. L. Paschal,pastor financial pledge for 1969, we
the Youth Choir will celebrate Mr. Gordon Johnson evening
ask that will do this
Bernice Ector, reporter you so by
NEW BETH EL BAPTIST their first anniversary. There will be a dinner sale speaker for the inspiring mes- MT. CARMEL Sunday. Thank you for your

Everyone is invited. at the home of Deacon HenryB. sage that they gave. Rev. D.A. Bradley,pastor cooperation.This .
Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor Remember to for reported
the Money $7,777.58
pray
Morrow, 4750 NW 24th Ct. Louise McGriff, reporter Sunday morning the
Alice Harris reporter ,sick final total will be
and
shut-ins reported
on
our ser-
Phone 633-4100alldaySatur Sunday, Nov. 17, there will youth usher board will be
The Missionary Society vicemen nation and all the fourth Sunday.
our be a at dedicated. We thank
day, in behalf ofourMen's banquet our church, Mrs.
would like to thank the mem- mankind. On Sunday,Nov. 17,at 3 p.m. Muriel
79th St. and 17thAvenue,right Colebrook for being
bers, visitors and friends who Day.Rev. Rev. Hendon will the
Our doors are always preach
open after the the advisor for this
services.
J. S. Steven and his group.
to their anniv
make
helped rs- to visitors. installation service for the
congregation will render ser- Don't forget the fourth Sun- This Sunday at 7:30 p.m.,
ary a success. Special appreciation Rev. L. R. Ross, pastor of Mt.
to Rev. Ira McCall who vice Sunday, Nov. 17, at 7:00: Gilead Baptist' Church West day will be Women's Day, we we will have our monthly com
SHILOH from the Bright Morning Star have a big day in store. munity forum, to which all Interested -
brought a wonderful message. Palm Beach The pastor is
Baptist Church. You and Pray for the sick and shut- citizens are invited.
Special thanks to the Missionary Rev. A. M.Griffin,pastor yours asking the members and
are cordially Invited.KELLY'S ins and those who have lost The panel leaders, under the
Society of St. Mat- Cheryl English, reporter friends to accompany him for
some of their love ones. Also direction of Rev.Carl Toelke
thews Baptist, Mt.Aaron Bap- this special occasion.
pray for the boys in Vietnam. will be from the Protestant
Sunday afternoon at 3oothe CHAPEL
tist and Mt. Olivette Baptist Pray for the sick and shut-
Visitors are always welcome. Social Welfare Service.
pastor and congregation will
Church. BANQUET in. You are always welcome.

e During the winter season J Journey to Antioch Baptist, Rev. W. H. Butler,pastor

I. starting Sunday, Nov. 17, Rev. P. W. Wiggins, pastor Retha McKenzie,reporterWe

evening worship will begin at There willbeaMusical will observe our annual CHRISTI AN SCIENCE

6 p.m. Program Sunday night after Women's Day Sunday,Nov.17. Community Forum At Gracecial I
"Thy hands have made me
service the
We were thankful to have featuring Faithful Chairman of the day is Mrs.
and fashioned me: give me understanding -
Few the
Deacon Gladstone Laroda Missionary Singersand Thelma McGrady, cochairmen that I may learn This Sunday evening, Nov. welfare service program,

worship with us Sunday. Sis. many more behalf of the are Mrs. Mildred Am- thy tender mercies come unto 17, at 7:30, we will have our and how this program can help
1
No. Choir.
Francis Woodside is at home. brose and Mrs. Violet Wilson. monthly community forum at the community." Our discus-
me that I live for
may thy
The 1 and 2 Choirs will :
All our other sick and shut- No. Speakers for this occasion will law is my delight." the Grace United Presbyterian, sion leaders will be Rev Carl
celebrate their
ins remain the same. Let us anniversary be Mrs. Christine Eve and These words from Psalm Church, at NW 14th Avenue and Toelke, director of Protes-

continue to pray and visit Thursday and Friday night before Mrs. Emily McDaniel. '69th Street. tant Social Welfare Services,
the fourth and it 119 are part of the Bible Les-
Sunday
,t them. Our annual Women's Day son-sermon tI t le d "Mortalsand These monthly forums have and Miss Lilia Fernandez,social
will end the fourth at3p.m.
The fourth Sunday is our Sunday
Banquet will be at the Harvest Immortals" to be read In always been informative and case worker with the Lib-

church anniversary, a pro- House CafeteriaAuditoriumin all Christian Science churchesthis inspiring, and we invite all Interested erty City Community Council
Our Youth is the second ,
Day
gram is being planned for your Northslde Shopping Center, Sunday. citizens of the com- Mr. Bernie Dyer, director.
in December.Let
enjoyment, won't you plan to Sunday Friday Nov. 15 at 7:30 munity to
not p.m. Fifth Church of Christ attend. Come out and see what the
spend the day'with us. Dinner us forgettovisitandpray We are asking the public to Our theme this block clubs
Scientist, 1600 NW 54th St. Sunday even- in your commun
for the sick and shut-ins. ,
will be served free of charge.
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Luther J. Lee pastor Thompson for their FELLOWSHIP "" 1> I "
Rev. sincerity
in Rev. J. E.Jenkins,pastor .
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The pastor and membershiptake preparing such an incredi-
Ruby Lee Carr reporterThe i' .f
ble ,
this opportunity to ex- program. Our thanks to Rev. p. S. Brown, pastor pastor is asking all ,

press our gratitude to the women all participants in our women M. L. Nixon reporterThe choir members and ushers to \ .
for such and explicit pro- day program especially our !
be at Greater New Macedonia
Sunday Nov. 10. speakers Mrs. Ellen Foot Power Rally spon- ,
gram, Taylor
Sunday, at 3 p.m. to render
and Mrs. sored by the deacons
Mildred was a f "
Thanks to the chairman, Ida Clarke who tremendous service, the pastor will deliver jY ; I .
proclaimed the theme success and the
"Chris- 1 I 4'
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co-chairman Mrs. the
Simms and tian pastor Is sermon. !
Women grateful to his con- 'd if \
Yesterday ,
Whack and Mrs. 0. today The pastor is asking all
Shirley .
and tomorrow." gregation and friends for their . \, ",' .
loyal support. members to join with the Fellowship /
j
DRAKE Club of which Sister : \ -i:i.K
MEMORIAL
1 !
I RECOGNITION Beginning at 7:30 p.m. Sun- Heather Etheridge is chairman r

PROGRAM day, Nov. 24, the choir will and Sis. Rodriquez is the .

Rev. J. W. Dunn, pastor render a variety program.The secretary, to fellowship with \\\4" I

The chairman Mrs. Mikell, public is invited toattend. one another will bring us closer .,'" v 'to ft.

1 co-chairman, Mrs. Clementsand Christian Fellowship En- together.Our 1\ ,':. < .,', \ ,I '

the women are grateful to semble Choir made its debut youths and adults are to \ ,,,.. .,,, ..,'
.w..-, '.J"1.'I.IIIo. : W-,.. -- --
all who gave their time and Sunday afternoon. meet Sister Arrie B. Lawrence

money to make our day spiri- The Willing Workers will in BTU next Sunday at The "Gospel Swantones," a newly organized singingg=oup,
tual and 7 will make their singing debute Sunday Nov.17 at the Antioch
financial success. have its first a.m. we will have baptismal ,
anniversary on
Our speakers Mrs. Eliza- the fourth Sunday in this monthat service, asking all candidatesto Missionary Baptist Church of New Liberty City, 3330 NW 213

beth and Dorothy Maxwell 3:30 meet at the church. Terrace. Appearing on the program will also be such groupsas
,
p.m. Rev. O. J. Foster
were superb la their address will be the guest speaker. Our deepest sympathy to The Related Five,The Golden Voices, TheChrlstian Voices

r A 11 members please bring Sister Ossie Hammond In the and many others. From left to right the members of the group

'' r your can goods and food packages loss of her mother and Sister are Flora Hill, Dorothy Morrison, Margaret Gordon, Betty

to service on Sunday. Brother Charlie Sharp and Plesant Mann in the loss of her Morrison and seated is the musician Willie James Lanier.
Sis. Lillian King are ill. Both sister. Manager, Deacon Morris Reed.
The
pastor is asking all are at home. Brother Charles
members ushers deacons Our get well wishes to all
Jones is in Christian Hospitalto
and choir members to go with under Please who are ill.NEWMT..
go surgery.
him to St. Paul's AME, Rev. help and pray for the sick and GREATER GIBBS TEMPLE

--------- Kelly, pastor Sunday,at 3 p.m.Don't less fortunate. The pastor and MORIAH CHAPEL AME Women's Day last Sundaywas
GERTRUDE PERKINS forget to visit and
pray members are happy to have a
for the sick and glowing success spiri-
Recognition program, Fri- shut-ins. Mr. Milton Jones, as pianist. Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor North Miami Beach tually and otherwise. The

day, 7:30 p.m., November 15, Evelyn Souter,reporterThe Rev. A. J. Beard pastor morning message deliveredby
honoring Mrs. Gertrude Per- No. 1 Choir is sponsoring Mrs. Maedon Bullard, was

kins, held at the Grand Third Annual Women's Day a Musical Program- this Nancy Stanley, reporterThe inspiring and challenging, and

United Order of Pallbearers, Sunday at 3 p.m. with various pastor and members so was the evening message of

building, 5525 NW 7th Avenue. At Drake MemorialSome choirs and groups of the city want to thank all good friends Mrs. Rosa Lee Sharpe.

You and your friends are appearing. The public Is in- and members for their cooperation Temple's women's chours,

cordially Invited to help make of the members of Mi- vited. in our Men's Day rally, under the direction of Mrs N.

this event enjoyable and ex- ami Association of Women's The pastor is asking the entire Nov. 10th. Thanks also to Rev. Strachan, sang at both ser-

citing. Individual and group Clubs, Federated Mrs. Eliza- church to accompany him S. L. Smith, pastor of Saint vices.

artists will be there to enter- beth Espy Curtis, president, the fourth Sunday at 3 p.m. to Mary's Baptist Church and his Several persons were hon-

tain you. Your presence will pastor Dunn and some of the Jordan Grove. fine congregation. ored for long and faithful ser-

add to this gala affair. members of Drake Memorialare Our evening services will Gibbs Is vice and the sick of the church

show in the above picture. begin at 6:30 p.m. for the annual Chapel conference.On now ready were remembered with cash

ST. MARY'S The following clubs were Prayer meeting and Bible by the Silent Workers and Pre-

present plaques given to them study each Thursday at 7 p.m. November 24, the Utility sentation Committee.
Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor by Drake Memorial Char- Our prayers for our pastor Voices of Miami will render a
Our special thanks to Atty. : is Chairman B. Bryant, cochairman -
mettes Yount Adults Miss who running a week's revival program at the church, 1538
Matthews for the fine address Janie Roberts for Rev. Boykins in Ft. NE 152nd Street to benefit thePastor's A. Clark, along with
delivered at our 45th anniver- president; Lauderdale. Please for their entire staff,wish to thank
pray Aid Board.Mrs.Virginia
Cwest Club Mrs. Elizabeth -
,
sary Sunday, Nov. 10. the members for their cooper-
world Visitors always
peace. are Breedlove is sponsor of
.
Sunday is Tithes Day. All Espy Curtis, president; ra welcome. Remember this affair. The time is 8 p.m. ation, all the participants and
members know their Friendship Garden Civic and visitors from the various
obligation Sis. A. K. Brown who is ill at
for this day. During the Social Club, Mrs. Margorie her home and Deacon Roy churches and their advertisers -

11 a.m. services choir No. 2 Wake, president;Goulds Women's Souter who is at home'after KELLY'S CHAPEL ,- all of whom helned- to

and Usher Board No. 1 will Club Mrs.Valvida Wat- a long stay in Cedars of Leba- make the occasion one long; to

serve and Rev. Tinker will deliver ers, president; Idle Hour Art non Hospital. ANNUAL BANQUETThe be remembered.
and Social Club Mrs. FannieT. matlne Holton,president Sun
the sermon. At 3 p.m. ; Officers and members of
the Elks will hold their Mem- Willams, president; beam Civic Club Mrs.Gertrude public Is Invited to attend New Temple Tabernacle Or-

orial services at the church. Phyllis Wheatley Art and Social Perry, president; Sun- JORDAN GROVE our annual Banquet, Fri- der of Love and will
Charity
Club Wilhelmena shine Club day, Nov. 15, being held at the ,
Mrs. Community Mrs.
Joint choirs ,
and joint ushers' Rev. Douglas Cook,pastor worship at Temple Sunday
Harvest House Cafeteria In the ,
boards will Sands, president; Loyal 59'ers Docia Howell, president; Eddie Gilbert
serve.During the 6 reporterThe Northside Nov. 17, at 11 a.m.
P.m. services our pastor will Mrs. lona Dukes, president; Sweetheart of Roses Club Mrs. No. 2 Choir will begin Shopping center.

deliver the sermon and Joint Queen of Hearts Civics Club Clara Love, president; Wo- their 11th anniversary on this See the latest In wig styled by The Temple family extends

choirs and ushers' board No. Mrs. Lucille Chavis, presi- men's Cooperative Club Mrs. Friday night and will conclude Mrs. Vernice James, modeledby deepest sympathy to the family
dent 20' Club Mrs.Er- Elizabeth Johnson president. Miss Evelyn Simms. Hats of the late Mrs.
2 will serve. ; Royal s on Sunday at 3 p.m. with a Mary Young
made and modeled by Mrs. who died Nov. 7 and to
We were happy to see Sister Musical program. The publicIs Mrs.
Addle Cobbs.Donation is
BROWNSVILLEBAPTIST $3.00 Lillian Williams whose foster
Alvilds Sands invited. Deacon Clark Is
worship with us
PROVIDENCE
during our anniversary services NEW president. Rev. William Butler is pastor. mother passed Sunday night.

Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor The..._ v._Tr. TTchop..._..__ .P/wrH.._._ will.._
Please don't forget the con- Arsula Edwards, reporter Rev. F. L.Johnson,pastor sell dinners on this SaturdayIn

test sponsored by the Sunday Deacon Austin Wise, presi- Elizabeth Wright,reporterWe the dining room all day,they

School and support your favorites dent of the Sunlight Pallbearers will have our annual will also sponsor a car wash

teacher and class. The Chariety Society No. 137, "pre-Thanksgiving Dinner" 750. Please stop by and patronize MILTON BAKER

Sunday School will have sales would like to thank the mem- Wednesday, Nov. 27. All out- them. Brother andSis. Pastor of

after church each bers, visitors and friends. going dinners will be delivered Doris Smith would like to thank
Sunday.
Parents please send Special thanks to all Societyswho from 10:30 a.m. until 9:00 the entire church for visits and FIRST, FAITH

children out to Christmas your re helped;to make our anni- p.m. You may purchase yours phone calls, while they were ; c CATHEDRALMiami's

he a r s a 1 every Monday and versary a success. tickets from any member of sick and shut-in. '.,a .. kA,t
Thursday at 6 Our annual Men's Day will our church. Donation $1.00. Let us remember the sick a

Let us continue p.m.to and be observed Sunday, Nov. 24. Choir No. 1 will celebrate all over the land. '" largest and

visit all our sick and pray The chairman BrotherMc- their second anniversary, fastest rowing deli
shut-Ins.
Gregary and co-chairman starting Friday night, Nov. 22 < < verance church
COMMUNITY Deacon Sims and memberswish and closing out Sunday evening MT. AARON '

to Invite their many visi- at 3 p.m. (which is the fourth , Extends You
SANCTUARYThe Sunday). The president Sister Rev. O.L. Sample, pastor, '-"
tors, friends and the public to A Personal Invitation
Community Sanctuary Is join us In making this day a Emma Jones is Inviting you to Mrs. R. Hicks, reporter \ \ tt, To Hear
and make this program
determined to continue its efforts success. come help
to hour of a success. On the Fourth Sunday afternoon
help make our com- Consecration prayer -
munity a better and safer each Sunday at 5 a.m. Let The pastor and officers are Nov. 24, at 3:00 p.m.- Installation EVANGELIST
Place for BTU each asking all members to attend Service for our
everyone to walk the us not forget our
services each Wednes- Pastor will be
streets prayer conducted by
In Sunday at 5
safety, p.m. KENNETH BACON
Rev. J. E. Jenkins and
Visitors con-
day at 7:30 p.m. are
on Sundays. Bible class and prayer
Mothers have a M
invited.We gregation of Friendship'Bapt.Church. z- Outstanding Gospel
great at 7:30
responsibility, and op- meeting Tuesday p.m.
Continue extend our prayers to At 7:00 p.m. Nov.: 24 Preacher
portunity In thL matter,toseeto You are Invited.
the sick and shut-ins. Sister there will be a musical
it shut-ins pro-
sick
that their children don't praying for the ,
run the streets on Sundays.We and those who are bereaved. Vinnie Henderson is now on the gram Sponsored by Choir No. 1 THIS GREAT ;
sick list. you are Invited. Don't forget
welcome children of all Visitors are always welcome. REVIVAL

age groups to Join us Sunday our regular prayer meeting (.

evenings from 3 p.m.We train CHRISTIAN VALLEYWest ,7:30.every Wednesday night at '" Going into 3rd great week

th e m In Christian educationand MT. ZION BAPTISTThe ,' 2610 NW 37th Street
Hollywood

denomination.let them choose All our their teach-own pulpit Aid Club presents Elder A. Ford, pastor ST. MATTHEWS I 7:30 'p.m..

Blondie Haggins.reporter No Service Mon. Sat.
"Thanksgiving -
ing Is its Annual or
non denominational. ---- Rev. N. F. Clark, pastor
Festival" at the On: Sunday night, Nov 17,
Our Feast and
headquarters are in the St. Sunday, Nov. 17 will be our '
Mary's Church annex 48th St. home of Miss Georgia McMahon the Utility Voices will rendera Women's Day observance. Our \week
,
Heard Radio 11 Times
52nd St. Satur- Musical Program. The public on .- a
and 80i Ave., upstairs: Bible 1065 NW 11 a.m. speaker will be Dr. '
'
is invited. please to 8:00-8:15 & 9:45-10:00
come
study will be held at 8:30p.m. day, Nov. 23 at 7:30 p.m. Do- Irene G. Pratt, widely known.
on Wednesdays. Mission- nations 125.The public is invited 5431 SW Mayo Street, West We cordially Invite our Monday thru Friday

to attend. Hollywood, Fla. 7:15 7:30 Sunday
a.m.
ary classes -
Fridays 8:30p.m. friends to come out and
McMaon Brother Willie Blue will begin many
at 441 NW 7th St. Apt. 4. Miss Georgia WAME RADIO 1260 on Dialr
Doctor Edward T. a Singing Revival on Nov. worship with us,and help make
Elder president
Hezeklah Tinker, 20-22. this day a success.
moderator. Graham, pastor




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Spearing with.....,, u, 9 Fumbles Help A& Halt Rattlers 9.6 I

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.. TALLAHASSEE Nine the Orange Blossom Classic. could not hold on to the ball. Pearson-11 yard pass from
s fumbles helped North Carolina It was also the second straight Every major drive by FAMUwas Walker. A&T Blue-26 yard

', A&T upset previously unbeaten week that the Aggies have pulled halted by a fumble. In all, field goal.
tt;..-.! Florida A&M 9-6Saturday, a major upset, having defeated the Rattlers fumbled nine FAMU Wallace-73 yard
4 ., spoiling homecoming for the Morgan, State the pre- times, losing five to the Aggies kickoff returnAick blocked
,. ) Rattlers. vious Saturday. A&T fumbled three times,los

I BY HARRY'SPEAR .1 Aggie quarterback Stanley The Rattlers almost pulledthe ing only one STATS
Hubert Ginn was the leading
Jacobs completed only four of game out in the final quarter -
18 passes on field mudded by after Aggie fullback ground gainer for A&Mwith FAMU A&T
DOLPHINS SHOW GREAT IMPROVEMENTThe an all day rain, but they were Thomas Wallace ran the kick- 114 yards in 17 carries. Full-
back James Owens was next First Downs 13 6
enough to halt the Rattlers win off back 73 yards for a touch-
streak at five. with 108 yards in 12 carries. Rash Yardage 251 48
down with 1:28 left to play.
Miami Dolphins who have been on the road for four :
Saturday night FAMU Pass Yardage 39 123
Jacobs set up the only A&T ,
The Rattlers regained the
straight weeks, return to their home Orange Bowl field this touchdown in the second quarter and travels to Baton Rouge, Louis- Pass attempt'd 16 18
ball with an onside kickoff
coming Sunday, meeting the Cincinnati Bengals. Kickoff timeis with a 66 yard pass to Willie injured ana to meet Southern University Pass complet'd 6 4
Steve who replaced -
Sruggs
set for 1:30 p.m., Eastern Standard Time. Pearson on the Rattlers' 11 in a night game. The Rat- Interceptions 2 2
quarterback Ken Rileyin
It should be a most interesting game for many reasons. tlers 5-1 the Punt'n &
yard line. Two plays I later flanker are now on sea aver'g 3-36.6 9-39
the third hit
First of all it the onlv two expansion teamsin period
brings together
; Jacobs lateraled to Henry son, the Aggies 7-1. Penalties 6 3
Ken Schoolfield with to
Football The a pass
of the American League. Dolphins:
the history Score FAMU Yards Penaliz'd 70
Walker who passed to Pearsonfor by quarters 25
the 22 line. But
Aggie yard
began in 1966,the Bengals this year,and there have been many the tally. A&T held in four plays to take 0-0-0-6--6. A&T 0-6-0-3--9. Fumbles 9 3
comparisons between the two.It While thousands of fans Scoring summary, A&T Fumbles Lost 5 1
the ball and hold it to run out
weeks in Cincinnati the
will be a return game. Four ago, in hotel
stayed rooms out of the the
clock. The Rattlers
were
Dolphins: won a thriller, 24-22, with the results being in ques-
cold rainy weather a home-
it
confused as to what down was
tion down to the final seconds.
coming crowd of only 5,000 and failed to for field
a goal
go
Miami is in in Eastern of
now third place the Division watched in
dismay as the Ag- and tie.
the AFL with a record of three wins, five losses and one tie. possible UMY
gies gained their first victoryover Although the Rattlers rolledup
The Bengals have won two and lost eight.
A&M since 1949 when
251 to the
The game will be televised by NBC, but blacked out in South yards rushing
they defeated FAMU 20-14 inAmbassadors
Aggies 48 the Rattler backs
Dlorida. It will be broadcast by the MiamiDolphins Radio Net- TIME"By

work, WIOD.


TROPICAL OPENS SATURDAY In Coconut PHIL DIXON

Tropical Park opens}: the 196869 thoroughbred racing season .
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this coming Saturday, Nov. 16, with the 16th running of the Candy ClassicThe

$10,000 added Hurricane Handicap. The Hurricane Handicapis Ambassadors Club(Mi- "Vikings" versus the Com- Last week, I goofed real bad. Igot involved with the electionand
for three-year-olds and older and is traditionally contested ami's Goodwill Crusaders) munity Champs "Chargers." missed the deadline at the Times.Ihope your favorite per-
at 6 furlongs. announces Little League Foot- sons won his or her race. And those of you who had trouble

Tropical's 52-day meeting is the longest scheduled meet- ball Championship game"Co- The Ambassador's Club is last week at the precincts, go down to the Justice Building and

ing in Florida history and with the exception of Tuesday, Nov. conut Candy Classic" on Fri- an organization composed of get your registration card stra ight. The books are opened

19, it will be 10 races daily Monday through; Saturday at the day, November 29, in the young people at 5245 NW 26th again.
Miami track until January 16. afternoon, in Nassau, Ba- Avenue with Clarence High school football in District 8AA has gotten to be real
Post time for the first race each afternoon will be at 1:15 hamas. Woods serving as director. exciting and nerve wrecking. While Hialeah Is running away

with the final race on the program scheduled for approximately Featured in this game will The public is invited to the with the District 7AA title,Coral Gables and Jackson are hav-
5:00: p.m. be the amazing Ambassadors game. ing trouble seeing which will lose or tie their next game. This
Next week your sports writer will have horses to watch. I thing could go right down to the wire.

had a successful season last year. Hope tohave the same this --- The Floridians had their home opener on Miami Beach to a

year. Puppet Show At Miami real impressive crowd. I'm still of the opinion that this is a

,:T::.'> real good team; and from the reception of the fans, I'm not
by myself.In .
I'
; LibraryPuppet
case there are any turf fans around., ret! your charts..

shows based on Bal-Bay and "Ferdinand" at watches and hunches in working order;because Tropical Park: ,
stories from all over the world West Flagler at 2:30: p.m. opens this month with 135 days of racing; Pm not a horse player -
will be presented at the Main Wicked John and the Devil ; but I like to watch the ponies run.

It Library and branches of the will be performed at Dixie This week starts the voting for the all county football team,
Miami Public Library in celebration Park, on Nov. 21 at 4:00: p.m. both offense and defense entries are due by Nov. 30. The win-
of the National Child- on November 23.The lad Who ning playes will be announced in this column the following

ren's Book Week, November Went to the North Wind" will week. And don't forget, this will be a team made up of young
Rbtransportation 16-23. be presented atAllapattah, men of ability.
During the week, groups "Ferdinand" at Fairlawn, The score board: High school 56-26 (.695)) Colleges 27-10
c from the schools will see the "Rapunzel" at Lemon City," (.730)) AFL 26-14 (.650)) NFL 39-25 (.609)).
; shows. On the Saturday pre- "Anatole and the Cat" at Shen- This week I see:

ceeding the week and the Sat- andoah, all at 10:30: a.m."Fer HIGH SCHOOL
urday of the week, as well as dinand will be given at Grape-
on Wednesday Nov. 20 and,'I land Heights, "Jack and the Southwest over Columbus the battle of the beaten owes.
.-.- Nov. 21 Beans" at Coconut Edison too much
Thursday, special Magic over Curley Raiders.
ROOSEVELT STAR TO FACE FLORIDIANSThe performances will be given at Grove, "Hansel and Gretel"at Jackson over Miami Springs the Generals smell a state
the branches. South Miami,allat 2:30p.m. championship.
New York Nets, led by Lavern Tart, of West Palm "The Frog Prince" will be on November 23rd. Norland over Melbourne the Vikings should be up for this
Beach Roosevelt High and Bradley Univ.,will offer the basket- shown at Miami Springs and "Little Red Riding Hood" one.
ball competition for the night of November 20th when half-time "The Gypsy and the Snake" at and "The Witch's Magic Cir- Carol City over Central a toss-up but I like the Chiefs.
activities will be the Playboy Bunnies against local well-known Grosse Pointe on Nov. 16, at cle" will be performed at the Caral Gables over Miami High-No contestatal!,this year.
radio personalities, led by Larry King.The Bunnies have been 10:30 a.m. "A na t ole and the Main Library November 23, Coral park over Palmetto the Rams have pride at stake.
practicing and are playing in tiptop shape to give the All Starsa Cat" will be shown at Surf- at 3:00: p.m. Hialeah over North Miami the Thoroughbreds romp.
real tussle, some of the brave radio personalities who have Mays over Northwestern Bulls still haven't found an of-
been drafted to play are Mike Millard WIOD and Rick Shaw, Tense
Jim Dunlap, Johnny Knox, and Dan Chandler of WQAM. South Dade over Key West the Rebels eat conch meat.

On Monday night, November'18, Mayor Henry Milander of
Hialeah will be honored by his city here at the Convention Hall, p3kiCOR v COLLEGES
during the half-time of the Floridian Kentucky Colonels game. [ S ERY:7P strong.Bethune Cookman over Miss. Valley the Cats come back

U. OF M. HOMECOMING SATURDAY
Southern over Florida A&M the
/ : Rattlers are in Bayou
University of Miami plays Alabama this coming Saturday Country.

night. There will be a half time extravaganza that alone will be OU (/ATE F""T1I4U.s Florida over Kentucky the Gaitors aren't as bad as they
worth the price of admission. Charlie Tate says his boys will EYES WILL E" TRAINED looked last week.
be all fired up for this event, after his letdown by Penn State, ON PIe LIJc lHlJ. 7RAANSAdAN Florida State over North Carolina a real hair puller.
JEAJCWAND
ranked No. 3 in the nation. Ray Bellamy caught his second 71.4ER8E'LUANT Miami over Alabama the Canes offense settle down.
touchdown of the season-a 78-yard pass.This game should .' RLNNER Tampa over Southern ni. should be easy they are looking
... be an exciting one. (). .sIMP.50N forward to the classic.
!
,,a. r MLq 0' 6It 6WJeJ.

:' AFL
Jobs Open With Park ?

\> I T-- Miami over Cincinnati
Recreation Dept. : (_ Kansas City over Boston
: r Houton over Denver

Want to serve your community and a genuinewill Oakland over New York
I to work the Dade ,I k San Diego over Buffalo
,..... and yourself at the Parks
I same time? Why not joinDade and Recreation Department
County's Park and Recreation has a place for you. For more NFL
Department! The departmentis information about immediate Chicago over Atlanta
looking for people Interested openings contact Mr. Greeneat Cleveland over Pittsburgh

in good paying Jobs with security Fifty Southwest ThirtySecond +froif rurxArr.. ..... .'. { t ,f Dallas over Washington .;'.
,
and a chance to learn Rd. (at Vizcaya) or call Minnesota over Detroit

and advance . If you are 18 371-3531 and ask for Mr. Los Angeles over San Francisco .'. :
'
to 50, have a driver's license, Greene. Greenbay over New Orleans .
New York
over Philadelphia . ,
'It'
\ MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE Baltimore over St. Louis.

MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY I Prep players of the week: Vinnie Kendricks, a member of

APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU. J/MV TNE' All-AMERICAN 4' At{ JPRbVT the Miami Springs Hawks one of the few remaining bruising

THEY ARE COURTEOUS DEPENDABLE Ali 4 N4TMM4L fullbacks who tied with Nat Moore of Edison for honors last
C.NAMPltJIIIJNIP. AND If week. Best of luck in the voting fellows.
WIN D/L 1i IN A4A/A
PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM! /N 71/E RASE".a wJ.... Local sportsman of the week: Chester James- "Whoa Bill."
Until the next meeting, rll see you at the games.



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shots from a .22 pistol GAL'SRESTAURANTLOUNGE

fatally injured a Miami man

Saturday afternoon during a AUTO INSURANCE

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Home of Soul Food 1m-

ported. ported Beer and Wine Air
Eugene Satberry, 41ran "
conditioned' for com-
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a fort.
48th St., shot in the back and .

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a neighbor. His wife Irene, JAMES AND NEALIE MAE
37, told police she shot him in 'iI YOUNGBLOOD INSURANCE AGENCY

self defense. No charges were Miss Etta Wilkinson, after completing eight weeks of training (Dec.27))

filed pending a review of the in the Department of State Foreign Service has also com-

case by the state attorney's of- pleted a two year tour in Mexico City. JIM LEVENSON, Own r Phon* 635.7507

fice. For one year, she was in the teletype section and is now in SAVE UP TO 40%

her next phase of communications training, central records,
under the supervision of Miss Ruth Buchanan and the assis- ON
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tance of Miss Susan Carter. Auto Insurance

Teenager Kills Miss Wilkinson had the opportunity of serving duty for eight Immediate SR-22 Filings

days in San Salvador during the recent visit of President John Liability Physical Low Monthly Payments

son to that country.She DamageSR
Bar OwnerIn will return to Mexico City after one month's annual leaveIn 22 Filing AUTO TAGS DRIVERS LICENSE

Miami for the last half of her tour. Mo One Refused
D. GOODMAN & SONS

HoldupGunfire GOOD DRIVERSNo KEEN AUTO TAG AGENCY
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erupted during a little as Same location for generations

late Monday night holdup at a
Miami bar, fatally woundingthe 15% OOWN 2688 NW, 62nd ST. Phone: 691.0380

bar's owner. AT SHELL'S CITY --

Vince A. Karlson, owner of I : ,' I I1 (South Door), -.

Vince and Ann's Bar, 838 NW PLAZA INSURANCE COLOR AND BLACK '& WHITE TV SERVICE
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years old. declined to
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30 THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday. November 15, 1968 .'-" _. __c___ _.'_ _


South Miami May Still fleltlftl7 RESTAURANT- COIN FOR./ LAUNDRYin SALE

'T&4KL 6UKE4UA
Completely equipped for Opa-locka

t.l.phone.near to Civ you wi as a call.your lease. No investment. Same owner 9 yrs. 10

Gel Urban RenewalThe .'. deliver. 1104 NW 3rd Huesbsch dryers, 20 May
.
bar.Air
A".. FR 98451. Choi. C. Next to busy tag washers, long lease.
North, Manager. Moneymaker. $4,000
City of South Miami's the program. It's a giant step ConditionedLow cash down.
Terms
urban redevelopment could forward," Bramson said. ar-
Rent ranged.
never have gotten off the
Bramson gave some exam- Atlantic & Pacific
if it were not for an
ground INCOME SPECIALS
376834
ples. He said for Instance,that Realtors 666-0411
original proposal two years (IF)
perhaps sewers need to be installed -
ago to apply for a workable immediately or a park 2 DUPLEXES MAKE 4 UNITS

program. needs to be developed. The ONLY $300 DOWN, EACHAn
local HUD agency can now out-
The original program-- offer All bedroom
outstanding large opts.
line these programs along with
sponsored by Councilman Ed with huge cedar walk-in closets and other niceties. CARLTON REALTY
12
Bramson -- will now be able its plans for the next months

to take affect under a new set and send the package to Wash BETTER THAN BUYING A HOUSE 3014 NW 19 STREET BROKER

of rules set up by the Department ington for approval and financ FOUR UNITS $2,100 DOWN, UP "
of Housing and Urban Development ing.The SUPPOSE you buy a house for $300 down and 693-4772 ., CAL, 635 -3177

it was announced residents of the Lee $100 a month.

recently.The Park Community have been Question: How much does the house cost? FHA-CBS, 3 bdrm, 1 bath, huge kitchen, din rm, I
meeting with officials of Answer: Plentyl! ($36,300)). liv closed porch fire. lace I
rm, en carport, sprinklers
new rules are part of a
and are SUPPOSE for down
Metro's Little HUD you buy a fourplex $2,100
neighborhood development and $200 month bar-be-cue, workshop, fenced, $15,200, $700
a
forming an area representative -
concept which now allows urban organization to work to- Question: How much does it cost? down, $100 month.

renewal agencies to finance gether with the officials of Answer: Nothingl It's FREE, in facteven FHA-CBS BEAUTY, 3 bdrm, 2 bath, liv rm, Fla

and develop target areaa South Miami and Little HUD in better than free; it pays, because it is Income rm, din rm, Ige kitchen, ut & storage area, gar.,

step at a time. the planning and developmentof property.Let central heat, w/w carpets, stove, refrig., fruit

However, the only cities in the Lee Park area. us explain the magic of four units. trees, $21,000, $1775 down, $136.76 month.
which will be able 10 to choose among, in varied areas, all modern
the country WATERFRONT large luxurious home 4 bdrms
Bramson, .who serves on the and in excellent condition. ,
to take advantage. of the new Intergovernmental Committeeof TRIPLEXES SOOOOO'YN, UP 3 baths, Fla rm, liv rm, din rm, kit, built-in oven,

program authorized by the Florida League of Munici- Five to choose from, all BEST BUYS range, refrig., freezer, breakfast & wet bar, 2 car

which 1968 Housing had earlier Act -applied- are those and palities, recently attended a DUPLEXES $100 DOWN UP garage, lot 13S'x 147'. Exclusive area. Assume ;

convention in Jacksonville. Ten available, pick your area and style. mortgage or refinance. $35,000. '
had been approved by the fed-
While there, he met with Jack Some with 3 bedroom. Owner's
eral government for urban re- apt. EXCELLENT CHURCH SITE, 2 bedroom, 1 bath
newal. Under Bramson's Will ngham, assistant direc- HOMES $300 DOWN UP home on large lot. 110'x140".Good location. Ask-
tor of the Community Ser- If you want a house, wehave a number that $15,000.
ing
sponsorship, the Lee Park
vices Branch, Department of are very desirable. Let us show them to
area of South Miami has been
Housing and Urban Develop-
designated as having top pri- you.PANAVI
ment from the regional officein REALTY, Realtors
ority. Atlanta. Bramson said Wil- ,1149 S. W. 8 ST. PHONE: 373-4717
Prior to the 1968 HousingAct
no funds cound be released lingham was and optimistic saidthatWil-about ((1)) 3145 NW 66th St. 3 bedroom CBS, $350
progress
until all monies had been set lingham stated the money was down, $110 pays all.
aside for urban renewal by the
federal government. Bramson readily available begin first ((2)) 2119 NW 47th Terr. 3 bedroom CBS,
year plans for the Lee Park
said that inasmuch as South $500 down, $69 pays all.

Miami needed $6 million, andit area. REALTYBROKER
((3)) 1125 NW 37th St. 3 bedroom Fla
was not available even with Bramson first introduced room,

the top priority given the Cityof the idea of redeveloping the \1J' Frame, $300 down, $92 pays all.

South Miami, nothing couldbe Lee Park area several years

done. ago. It was then the City of ((4)) 1731 NW 30th St. 2 bedroom, Fla room,

South Miami applied for the OPEN 7 DAYS $300 down, $90 pays all.
However, under the new
e .. program.
:'congressional program pro- WE HAVE MANY INCOME PROPERTIES
jects do *not have to be com- Now with the changes in the SELLERPAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
pleted all at one time and can 1968 Housing Act, the only Large 4 bedroom, 2 bath CBS on 75x100 fencedlot. Ford Realty Inc. Broker

be handled on a yearly basis. cities which may take advan- Open front porch, pump and well for lawn, ,
tage of the new program are jalousie windows, gas heat, plastic pool for the 3639 NW 15th Avenue 635.4595

"This should have immediate those which were given pri- children. Good FHA buy at $14,500 with $450
impact without the bulldozer ority under the old act. down and $97.01 month and seller pays costs.

approach," Bramson "What this means is that
said. "It will mean a lot to the SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
City of South Miami." South Miami will be able to Nice 2 bedroom CBS at 6919 N. Miami Avenue, King Realty Inc. of Miami
Bramson said that under the move ahead faster than areasin Fla rooms carport tile roof, hardwood floors, ,
other of the sidewalk. This well located home is only $12,500 ' Siu 8000 NW 7thDADE
old program it could have parts country 'King BUYI'"REAL TORS
FHA with $400 down and $83.55 month.
taken much longer for the Cityof Bramson said. IS OUR COUNTY .. Ave

South Miami to actually take SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS KINGDOM '

advantage of the urban renewal Modern 3 bedroom CBS, carport, terrazzo floors, CALL

approach. DRIVE BY pump and well for sprinklers, jalousie windows,

DO NOT DISTURB gas heat, rear porch, appliances. FHA price 693-2081 f
"The neighborhood development TENANTS $14,500, $450 down and $97.01 month.
program allows the

community to designate cer- THIS WEEK'S SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
tain activities to be undertaken Outstanding 4 bedroom, 2 with every
during the first 12 months of BEST BUYS thing. Screened In 33x16 swimming pool, 44x12

1600 NW 33rd Street covered patio, beautifully landscapedfenced in
grounds, built-in kitchen, dishwasher, central
Spacious immaculate heatawnings, jalousie windows, sidewalks, etc .
BRAND NEW 2 bedrooms, garage, ,!FHA price $23,500, $1,700 down ,and $150.52 mo.

3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH I fruit trees, $300 down 0- 195 LITTLE RIVER DRIVE

HOMES FHA. NO RED TAPE-MOVE RIGHT IN! Gorgeous corner, 3 bedrooms 2 bath
garage,
Large 3 bedroom home beautiful fenced lot.
on
Under Construction * double carport, FHA. $1,000 down, $600 dp vets.
Fla room, enclosed porch, new roof, awning win-
9280 NW 12th Avenue Home and Income, dows, special pump and well for lawn, carpeting Sprinklers, well and pump.

9300 NW 12th Avenue ,bargain, 1278 NW 44th stove, refrigerator, air conditioner. Bargain at 9800 NW 19 AVENUE
1366 NW 96th Street
Street. $250 down FHA $10,000. Reasonable down payment and terms. Beautifil corner, 3 bedrooms, 2 bath, double car-

FINE CUSTOM FEATURES 2' bedrooms and 2 bath NO RED TAPE MOVE RIGHT IN! pert, wall to wall carpeting well, pump and

Priced, from $25,700 downstairs 1 bedroom, Very neat 3 bedroom, 2 bath frame home at 720 sprinklers, utility, FHA $800 down, Vets $500.
For Details, Call
1 bath upstairs. Part NW 53rd St. Large FIG room, large open?:front '
AETNA REALTY furnished. porch, garage, wall to wall carpeting, cornices, ,( WATERFRONT POOL BEAUTY
811 )NW 54th Street : drapes stove refrigerator airconditioner.Price,r: I loll NW 81 STREET
* *
Phone: 757-5724 "only. ',$f0,000.easonabledown payment!! and< }!rms.'!!. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, carpeting, drapes, built-in
2 houses on one lot. range andoven.
Exclusive Agent
2232 NW 93rd Terrace WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES- ***
NO QUALIFYING ***
$350 down FHA, part YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR

furnished, low monthly $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING 1050 NW 91 STREET

.... $1,000 DOWN payments. DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, garage, utility room, only
* $111 month for this bargain.
No qualifying, large duplexon n'- ..
2 lots. Move right in. Also new homes under '" : ; 3145 NW 193 TERRACE

Hurry; this will sell fast. construction in Carol' Beautiful 3 bedrooms, wall to wall carpeting,
* *
Small Down PaymentNO City. 14 weeks delivery REALTYBROKER central heat, Flo room, built-in range and oven,
FHA terms. garage, awnings, well, pump and sprinklers. $102
CLOSING COSTS
month pays all.
1261 NW 41st Street * *

Lovely 2 bedrooms, CBS, LIKE IT? BUY IT! BUILDING AND EXTRA LOT 8151 NW 22 AVE
Fla room. 4932 NW 7th Ave. Restaurantequipment already in.Call forterms.
Call
* :
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 24 HOUR SERVICE

-- 800 HOME NW &56th INCOME Street Sails;, Realty PL 9-4371 HOMES FOR AS LITTLE AS $100 DOWNWe

No qualifying, owner will REALTORS CAROL CITY/ SHOPPING CENTER specialize !in homes for persons being displaced
In Urban Renewal area, Miami Housing
terms.
Easy
hold mortgage. 621-1433
SUITE 208 624-3666 Projects. Veterans call to see if you qualify.You' .
163rd STREET
ALLAPATTAH REALTY 2101 NW
. only a phonecall
away.
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4 Realtors 633-0426 OPA-LOCKA Open Evenings Sundays <



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FOR SALE HELP WANTEDU. CHILDCAREMINUS

ADS "ATTENTION INVESTORS"We CIVIL SERVICE INFANT PARADISE
have several fine duplexesand JOBS
NOW OPEN
20 WORDS OR LESS $2.00. IOC FOR EACH ADDITIONAL WORD. up to 18 units. CBS, well Men and Women 2377 NW 95th Terrace

DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS TUESDAY 6 P. M. locked properties. Duplexes 18- 55 Operated by experienced licensed -
from $12,500 up FHA or con- Start as high as $4,680 first nurse, and well trained -
ventional. Call us for appoint year. U. S. citizens only. personnel. For more information -
FOR SALE FOR SALEPRIVA FOtfSALE ment to show. Fenster Realty Gramma school education usually call 693-0242, any-
Broker 759-8779. sufficient. Keep your time.
4225 NW 168th TERRACE present job while
TE SALE $3,600FOR training.For
Carol City. 3 bedrooms, 2 DRASTIC SAVINGS 2 HOMES! FOR RENT free information and list of Ne w Antioch Moriah Church.
baths, swimming pool, no Women and childrens dresses FULL PRICE! positions for which we train,
Room. Prefer couple or single Day Care. Free pick up ser-
qualifying, by owner Total $2.75 up, all sizes. 2936 NW TERMS! male. Call 696-9684 after 5 call in Mlami758-0501 or mail vice. 754-2985.
price $13,320. $2,000 down. 47th St. 2010 NW 86th Street p.m. (Nov. 22)) coupon to: ALPHA 905 Buena
$97 month. 6244016.Nov. 371-6990 r Vista Station, 33137 Miami, Infants and toddlers. Best of
15) HATS FOR SALE Room in a private home. PL Fla. care in my home. PL 89972.TF .
$2.75 up all sizes, shapes, 4 BEDROOM 2 BATH 8-4164. 1081 NW 61st Street. NAME __ ( )
DIALAMATICZIGZAG colors. Call Minnie Brewton, 16155 NW 29th Avenue Man only.
$6.43 696-1612, or stop by 2910 NW Like new CBS huge Fla. room ADDRESS MISCELLANEOUSPIT
sewing machine A-l shape 67th Street. extra large lot. Large utility Room in lovely home for a respectable
less than 6 months old, $33 room. $600 down FHA $200 to lady with steady in- CITY STATE- BARBECUE
cash. $6.43 monthly. Will take AVON PRODUCTSCall Vets 221 No closing cost. come. 693-2677. Complete meal to go home
old machine as part payment. 633-4330, or stop by 1474 See, call 693-2631. Broker- PHONEAGE- style. Also meats,pigeon peas
Call credit manager day or NW 41st St.,after 3 p.m.week- Owner. Room in private home for a and rice, salads, vegtables,
night. F r e e inspection. 685- days, all day Saturday. settled sober man.Workdays. YOUNG WOMEN 18 25 etc. Good and tasty. Treat-
1564. 3 BEDROOM Steady. 634-9654. Trainee for nursery and kin U-Rlght TakeOut Foods.
Pretty CBS 2 bedroom, 1 bath 2380 NW 141st Street dergarten. High school grad- Corner 62nd and 22nd Avenue
"FHA" screened porch, fenced yard, Best buy for this size home. Large front room in private uate willing worker, neat, NW. Open weekends. ...
3 bedrooms CBS, lovely area, sprinklers, close to bus, shop- Will be painted to specification home for nice working ladyon and dependable. 633-3058 or .'
tremendous value at $14,500. ping, FHA $300 down, $80.78 Hardwood floors, $400 down, bus and jitney route. Privi- 634-4308. 1 Draperies taken down,
$100 down to vets,others$350 month, Veteran or displaced $100 to vets 221 no closing leges. 634-4828. cleaned, decorator folded and
Awnings, hardwood floors, person $100 down.Atlantic and cost. See, call Owner Broker Barber wanted. Call between i rehung. Lustra-tone Drapery
etc. Call us to show by appoint- Pacific Realtors, 666-0411. 693-2631. Room for nice person. 696- 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Dave's Artistic :I Service, 8878022. (indef)
ment only. Fanster Realty 0473. and 691-8326. Barber Shop, 1090 NW
Broker, 759-8779. 3020 3030 NW 58th Street 62nd St. (Nv. 5)

+ Like new, 2 bedroom, living 1 bedroom CBS Duplex419.00'
Sandwich Shop. Apartment in room, dining room, large kit- 1 bedroom CBS apt. $19.00 Mature settled lady to live in ROUTE SALESMANGood
Large 3 bedroom home in rear. Reasonably priced. Call chen: tile bath,only$400 down, 2 bedroom house $26.00 and care for baby and do gen- starting salary plus
Lee Real
lovely area. Close in,carport, Johnny at 758-9921. Estate,Broker $100 to vets 221. no closing Nice furnished effcy. $17.00 t eral housework. For further Commision. Progressive
fenced back yard, lots and lots cost. See, call owner 693-2631 (1 person) Information call 624-0408 salary increases, unlimited
of extras. Tremendous valueat DEPOSIT REQUIRED after 5:30 weekdays. promotional opportunlt lta.5
$16,500. Shown by apPointment Portable car wash kit. 635- CBS DUPLEX $500 DOWN WEST REALTY day week, paid holidays and
onlv. Call us now.Fens- 5746. Drive by 9912 NW 21st Avenue 2020 NW 62nd Street PORTER paid vocations, good pen
ter Realty-- Broker- ,--759-8779.- then call for appointment.Live Over 35, sober, permanent. 6 slots plan.frtolift insuranceand
10417 NW22ndAvenue rent free. 2 bedroom and 1 Room year round only.Apply day week. Salary open. Apply free hospital insurance.
2 bedroom CBS, $400 down, bedroom apartment corner near bus and jitney lines 1116'in person, McDonald's, 3325 Apply: National Linen Ser-
6-DUPLEX- $92 monthly pays all. $12,000 lot. Tile roof, terrazzo floors NW 51st Terrace. NW 79th Street. vice, 1950 NW 1st Avenue.
FHA FINANCINGLOW total. S. Block (Broker). Call $16,000 FHA.WINCHESTER.
DOWN PAYMENT 751-9618 or 624-7371. REALTY 2133 NW 45th Street MUSICIANS WANTED .
NORTH MIAMI BEACH AREA. REALTOR 2 bedroom, unfurnished h:"'ise to form small band. Call 757I I
BROKERS INVITED FHA$450 down $100 month. 10918 NW 7th Avenue with large lot. Immediate oc 0292. CocaColaBOTTLING
Call J. Z. 587-2470 HOME AND INCOME 751-9784 +
cupancy. Weekly rent $27.50 CO.
SINGER SLANTOMATICZIG 2 bedroom CBS, Fla. room, Call Mr. Gross 444-6126. WANTED
ZAG $9 utilityroom and 2 income apts. 5620 NW 5th Avenue 5 real -.- Young man to travel with Route
Like new. Sold- for over $300 Ever thing completely fur- bedrooms, FHA $16,000, no Private room and bath for rent preacher, and help do church
nished. Fenced yard.Live rent closing costs $600 down Vets to work. Must be single, and 24
Fancy designs.i No attach- ( gentleman. 635-3845. Salesman ..
ments needed. Guaranteed. free. Near 7th Ave. bus and $200))-$106.34 monthly,stove to 30 years of age. Call 634-
shopping. Move !in before refrigerator 5627. Salary while
Reliable person makes 10 payments property com- FURNISHED APARTMENT
of $9 will take older ma-'Christmas. TUBIN Realtors. pletely fenced- don't miss this All utilities furnished. $23.00( training
7906 NW 7th Ave. Ph.691-4785 ARCHITECTUAL
one. Aetna Realty (Broker) week. 371-2019. -
chine in trace. Call CREDIT per Must be 21 or over
MANAGER d 811 N W 54th St., Phone: 757- ENGINEERSAND
day or night we e- DRAFTSMEN and a resident of
liver. 685-1564. 5724, open 7 days. 1 bedroom cottage unfurnished -
FHA $400 down $87 month. 1 reasonable. 1418 NW 60th i Permanent position open with theGreater
SEWING MACHINESAll 3020 NW 162nd St. Modern 3 Kenmore Stove four burner in St. 691-7804. .excellent opportunity for Miami
makes and models. Origi- bedroom CBS. Tile floors, jalousie good condition. $15. 272 NW qualified personel. Salary Area
nal guarantee plus 1 year free windows, airconditioned 58th St. 754-1860. "APARTMENTS FOR RENT" open and commensurate with
service. No credit check, no stove and refrigerator, Unfurnished efficiency, new r experience and ability. Win- Apply in person at:
gimmicks. Call for home dem- large fenced yard. Close to 18501 NW 39th Court 4 bed- building. Adults $90 per month dow Master 691-5500 6600 301 NV 29th Street
onstration. 685-1564. Elementary school, bus and room, 2 bath, huge screened plus security. Fenster Realty[NW 32nd Avenue between 10 a.m.
shopping. Move in before patio, completely fenced,carport Broker. 7598779. an equal opportunity employerBIG and 3
FISH SWIM -SKU Xmas. TUBIN, Realtors. 7906 all major appliances, p.m.
1096 NW 85th St. FHA terms. NW 7th Ave. Ph. 691-4785. sprinkler system. FHA $19- Nice 3 room house, CBS, MONEY FOR OUR Monday through Friday ,
2 bedroom, 1 bath, Florida 000 Seller pays all closing single person or working I REPRESENTATIVESTalk
room, terrazzo floors* ,ga- FHA $600 down $105 month 3 costs. $900 down (Vets $500) couple. Near bus, close in,' is all you need. Did you .
rage. Beautiful area, close to bedroom 2 bath CBS. Fla. $124.98 monthly. Hurryl! Call after 3 p.m. 6655126.HELP 'try selling Insurance? Books?
shq>pfng. Call Mrs. Jacob. room, modern kitchen. Closeto Hurry! Hurryl! Aetna Realty f Home Improvements? Tough? FOR RENT
JERSEY REALTY everything. Move in before (Broker), 811 NW 54thSt.Ph. WANTED Try the easy one! Enlist stu-
5786, W. Flagler 665-6233 Xmas. TUBIN, Realtors, 7906 757-5724, open 7 days. LQOK AT THE dents for Alpha Training 3 offices with receptionroom.
NW 7th Ave. Ph. 691-4785. College and high school stu- Schools. Help them get jobs in Fully paneled, carpeted -
BEER AND WINE BAR 2116 NW 96th Terrace- Z bedroom dents you can earn quick Civil Service with U. S. or and air conditioned,
Kitchen fully equipped. Have FHA $900 DOWN Like new 4 CBS, bargain. Pric- money for Christmas.Earn up other public agency Write Mr.' ideal for law office or real
living qua r t e r s. Best offer. bedrooms 2 bath CBS. Pool and ed "As Is" at $11,500, $500 to $100 or more a week depending Ward 905 Buena Vista Station, estate. 400 NW 5th St. FR
See owner in rear 5540 NW 2nd patio, built-in kitchen, awning down, move today. Aetna on ability. No experience Miami Fla. 33137 or call him 35781. (N 29))
Avenue. windows, terrazzo floors, Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th necessary. Must be neat at PL 8 0502.

sprinkler system. extra largelot. St., Ph.7575724.Open days. and clean. reliable and willing 'I ....rte
Jalousie windows for sale, Near Elem. school, bus to work. Contact me at 2029 SALESExperienced------
reasonable. NE 5-1091. and North Side Shopping Cen- Would you believe 4 bedroom NW 42nd Street. Saturday between Salesman for National HOME, AWAY
ter. Move in before Xmas. 2 bath CBS, no qualifying,$1- 9:30 and 11 a.m. Mrs. Home Study School.Will FROM HOME
BEDROOM, NEWLYRENOVATED TUBIN Realtors 7906 NW 7th 500 down, fenced, sprinkler Belcher. consider experience in other Tourist Accommodations
Avenue. Ph. 691-4785. system, carpeting, draperies, direct sales fields. Call Mi- Do you have a friend or re-
Close in, bus, shopping, built-in range and oven, gar SINCE YOU MUST WORK to ami 12 758-0501 from 9:30 a.m. lavtive Visiting? Beautiful ..
church, school and park. City FHA $800 down Modern duplex age, E-Z monthly payment, Why not work in pleasant sur- noon. private home for rent.Dollr6asis.Aircondwallwall
water. $1,000 down; $80 per Both sides with bedroom and 75 x 100' lot. Be first! Call roundings, with good pay and CHILD CARE :
month. Total $10,300. Vicinity Florida rooms. Tile roof,ter. now Aetna Realty (Broker), many fringe benefits. Where? carpet all utilities fern.including .
22nd Ave.andNW51St.691- floors jalousie windows. Ap- 811 NW 54th St., Phone 757- At Miami Beach FINEST, of Baby sitter settled lady 2- garage, TV &
4668. pliances for both apts.on huge 5724, open 7 days. course: 6 p.m. Monday thru Friday96 Phone. '
153 x 110 ft. corner lot. Movein HOTEL FONTAINEBLEAU Saturday. Call 635-7716 Shown by Appoint. Call 9
INCOME PROPERTY before Xmas.TUBIN, Real- "FHA" Applications are now being accepted after 6 p.m. o.ra.to5 p.m. 691-5283 or
7906 NW 7th Ave. Ph. 3 bedroom CBS for large fami- & Weekends
2 HOUSES tors. with some immediate Infant and toddlers day care in Evenings :
POOL SCHOOLS 691-4785. ly. Close in.Near schools,bus openings for experienced day 696-2538
my! home.. I do not keep many (H29))
Furnished or unfurnished. etc. $100 down to vets or per- and night waiters and waitresses children an d I do not pick up
Terms. 530 NW 69th st. Morn- FHA $250 down $77 month. 2 sons being displaced. Others porters,warewashers, children. If you are interestedcall
ings and weekends.BY bedroom CBS. Completely $350 down. Total $15,000. housemen, night cleaners,and PL 98335.
"DON'T MBS THE ONE" many other jobs . Now is ( DRAPERIESTaken
OWNER fenced yard. Many fruit trees. Call us for appointment to the time to apply, in person, Childcare in my home. Ages (
3 bedroom, 2 bath house,$300 Sprinkler system. Move in before show. Fenster Realty, Broker at our personnel Office, 10 2 months to 3 years. Free pickup '
down $125 per month pays all. Xmas. Tubin, Realtors. 759-8779. a.m. to 4 p.m. 4441 Collins and delivery. For further down, cleaned,(
No qualifying. Immediate oc- 7906 NW 7th Ave. Ph. 691-4785 Avenue, Miami Beach. information. Call 758-2472. decorator folded and
cupancy. 3712 NW 2Oth"Ct. "BUILD YOUR OWN HOME" (rehung.
624-0722. $2300 DOWN $108 MONTH lots, beautifully located on NW LEGAL SERVICE PROGRAM 7dlo ers, mothers, U you are
Corner 3 bedroom 2 bath,Fla. 32nd Ave. and NW 214th St. 395 NW 1st Street looking for a clean home,good' LUSTRA-TON E
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITYDry room, Foodarama, built- 2 75 x 110. Low price,own- Legal Secretary Trainee. We food, experienced babysister,
DRAPERY ;
cleaning agency, established in stove drapries, carpets. er anxious. Also we have other Will train you to be a legal secretary whom you can trust, call us. : SERVICE
20 years. Must sell, Total $p5,500. lots located In WashingtonPark. if you have good basic Day 633.6607,Night 633-2002", I
poor health. Any reasonable GEM REALTY Excellent location.Fen secretaral skills. 633-2732. Free pickup and delivery -. 887.8022CLASSIFIED
offer. 444-2144. 945-2722 REALTORS ster Realty, Broker,759-8779 379-0822 (Nov. 15) (indef)

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