The Miami times
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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: January 7, 1966
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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VOL. 43, Ho. 19 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 7, 1966 16 PAGES 15,


A w Brooke Has Good DECAPITATE CORPSE '. ::1

Chance to Win Of NEGRO WOMANA i

15-year-old boy and his graveyard on an island in

Senate Seat partner, 17, were charged with Lake lamonia, 18 miles northof
Tallahassee.The .
removing the body of a dead
deputies said the head
woman from a graveyard near
Edward Brooke, attorney Tallahassee after the wo had been severed and burned.
general of Massachusetts declared tiai I man's headless body was The body was covered by a
his intention last 1 found Christmas Eve. cardboard box and a sack,
Thursday to run as a candi- and was clad only in underwear -
date for the U. S. Senate the I The boys, whose names stockings and white

day after Republican Sen. 'rX r, ire being withheld pending a gloves.
Leverett Salton stall announced juvenile court hearing set for The youngsters were ac-
that he is retiring from Jan. 12, turned themselves in companied by their parents
politics.If after an intensive search said when they surrendered at the
Brooke is elected to the Leon County Sheriff W. P, sheriffs office Thursday.

Senate in 1966, he would be I Joyce on Friday. They were charged with II- -tt.
first Negro to gain a seat in d Sheriffs Deputy John legal disinterment of a human I
that body since Edward Bruce Driggers said the headless body-an offense or misdemeanor i

.. and Hiram Revels represent.' body, that of a Negro woman, which is punishable.
ed Mississippi in Recon- was found bv a squirrel hunter by a $500 fine or six monthsin
struction days.A about half a mile from the the county jail or both. I
L publican and a vote-
getter Brooke holds the high

est elective office of any Negro Katzenbach Promises
in the United States. He

{y was re-elected last year by a I
"' plurality of 798,000 votes-
.I the biggest plurality of any War On Klan TerroristsA
\ "\ ,: : Repwblica-i in 1964 and the
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/1 ) biggest reached by EDWARD BROORti
,: I ever a 1 l
''" ....".:). /(/.11 t GOP candidate in the historyof ...Mass. Attorney General mass meeting in Mobile Sparkman, a racial moderate,
,",,,-" ,,'". ,",......". ....,...., "' ..... /./,. r f Massachusetts. Ala., last Sunday, Attorney and segregationist Governor |
Leaders of both political seeking re-election, is allegedly General Nicholas Katzenbachtold George Wallace contest for > 1 |
Alford, 14, winnerof University of Miami She has parties were not surprised among those that are dis a predominantly Negro the leadership of the state. v ,I

the Golden Trophy for poe been one the Principal's scholastic when Brooke declared his in- tressed. He is said to havean audience that he pledged to

try and a school leader at honor roll since seventh tention but his aggresivenessand eye on the Senate too. deal forcefully with Klan terrorists Navy to Get <;
Booker T. Washington Junior- grade. speed in tossing his hat The 4 6-year-old attorney who try to prevent Negroes '

... Sonior High School, has She recently was the leader into the ring shocked some.of general promised a group of from voting. < ..
received a merit award from in a sT x-weeks: project for them. 200'partisans the Sheraton He told the mixed audi First' Negro .: '

the Dairy Council of South Girl Scouts in the Goodbread Republican Governor John Plaza Hotel that he will wagea ence of some 4,000 at an
Florida. section Volpe, who is said to be "vigorous campaign."
Alley where she selected annual Emancipation Day rally
The daughter of Mr. and children between the that Klan riders who sew CaptainNORTH

Mrs. Nero Alford, 829 NW ages of 38ho never had a fear among newly registered
69th St., is a ninth grader, birthday party. She planned Poor /Must Not Pay For Southern Negroes "will ride KINGSTOWN. R.I.
Cmdr. Thomas D. Parham Jr.,
straight into the gov- -
president of the Science Club with the girls of her patrol to
and New Homemakers of ernment." senior chaplian at the Quon-
Amer give birthday parties and
ica, a patrol leader of Girl give presents for the honorees.She The War in VietnamBOSTON It is believed that Katzcnbach's set Point Naval Air Station,
statement paved the will become the highest ranking
Scout Troop 724, vice president is a member of the
in the
for FBI action to Negro Navy's history
of Reading Club and Junior way
a Les Charmants
at the first when he Is promoted to cap
job-training and job-producing protect Negroes
Mass. "The
Library assistant.She -
Student munity service club, is a poor must not be asked to pay programs which Congre ss Alabama election since enact tain about March, a Navy Department -.
excells in
science. junior Sunday Schoolteacher for the war in Vietnam througha passed in the last two years.In ment of the voting rights act spokesman said.
The past two summers she and member of Youth Choirat .
slow-down in the War-on- some instances there is in August.A Cmdr. Parham a 54-year-
was selected by Universityof New Hope Baptist Church. Poverty" to day declared discussion of cutting some show-dowm may come old Presbyterian has been

Miami and Dade County The Dairy Council has a Congressman John ConyersJr. of the programs even below during the Democratic primary chaplain' of Quonset Point

Health Department to participate continuing program to honor ., (Dem.Mich.) "The news last year's level. The Republicans early in May when Sen. John since last February.
in the Honors Science meritorious young people in papers are full of stories in Congress who con 1

Program. She is presently enrolled Dade County. Nominations can about eliminating the planned sistently opposed every itemin .
in an advanced Algebra be sent to Mrs. Agnes Edwards large annual increases in the the Great Society programare
for the delay
II class sponsored by the 1001 NW 7th St. various educational, health, or cancellation of these

programs. They infer that

I Gestapo Tactics of Police Cause nomic bringing peasants security democracy require to the and a Vietnamese slow eco p

down in our efforts to rescue

the one out of five American .

Release ,From life Sentence > self-perpetuating families who are poverty.trapped After in I Ir

finally giving a measureof J
on the 4'/ryear-old case. an assumed name.
A federal court judge in hope to the economicallyand ,
Miami ordered Lee is a member of a pro- Early in the morning of his j
on Monday a socially deprived, Americans r
minent family of Panama City. second day in jail after a .
Panama City Negro serving a must not ask the poorest 4
life sentence for rapereleasedfrom At the time he was convictedof long period of questioning, he among us to bear the burdenof j
state prison because he raping a white jail matron, signed a confession. Later he the Vietnamese war." ./ .
he was employed as laboratory denied it, saying hs did not
was denied counsel after his
technician at Bay Memorial know the content and that he 'I
arrest. Conyers also referred to
Hospital. His case attracted was frightened when he signedit. 1
Otis Lee was granted a "various proposals schedulefor .
writ of Habeas I corpus by Fe national attention especiallyafter action as the start of the ,
deral i Judge Emett Choate to the jury had recommended Lee was in.jail for eight new, year which are now being 'v :'
take effect :Jan. 8 after he mercy. days before his wife, familyor stamped 'postponed for the '

discovered that Lee had been Bay county sheriffs deputies attorney were allowed to duration.' We must adequately ao, rya : ;
denied his constitutiona 1 arrested Lee in Panama see him. finance, 'the rent subsidy ,,
rights. City in June, 1961 and Bay County Sheriff Charles program which, unique among i
The order leaves the dooro took him to the Escambia Abbott said at the trial that public housing proposals, ij j

jcn: for the state to file new County jail in Pensacola Lee was taken to the Pensa would not increase but decrease

charges and hold a new trial where he was booked under cola jail, 105 miles away, for housing segregation.
his own protection. He said Another, possible casualty of
Lee made his confession voluntarily -* the < war is, the proposal to
PLAN TO STEP UP HOUSING and was not threatened launch a major public works
I or mistreated.The program to create a half mil
lion jobs for adults which

INTEGRATION AIREDThe motion for Lee's release would help to finally eliminate
high level unemploymentin HELPING HANDSA
filed by Miami attorneys
American Friends Ser- Numbers of Negro potential a boom economy. Also the
vice I Committee (Quakers) has home buyers are not aware of Howard Dixon and To- tax cut for low income groups March of Dimes volunteer at the Baltimore, Md.,
bias Simon. In his ruling
said it has a plan to step up opportunities available to which was much discussed Maternity and Infant Care Center help Monisha Wallace _
housing integration in Philadelphia them, said Nathan Green, headof this Judge Choate recognizes said; that"While the in the Tall is now in disfavor 3, wash up while the child's mother attends the prenatal !r' .
and its suburbs. the program in Philadel court though the excise, corporation
authorities acted with good care clinic. To encourage mothers who cannot
The will inform phi a. and other tax cuts: of the last
Negroes of opportunities to motives in defending the defendant three years primarily benefited leave older children at home when they visit.the clinic -' _

purchase repossessed Federal Green said surhurban homes from possible violence business and the economically regularly, volunteers supervise a playroom and take

IAdministration properties now will he first goal of the pro- the court finds that in well-to-do. It is incred- care of children while mothers see the doctor. The
Another aim would be to the course of their efforts ible all kinds of financial
gram. to provide -
in York, Hos-
underway New March of Dimes seeks, through a program emphasizing
that homes are they rode down his constitutional
alert Negroes aid to the pour fami-
Washington, Chicago, San reduce the risk of '
prenatal care, to help faulty development
Call- also within their reach in the rights and he Is there lies and yet require them to -
Francisco i Pasadena,
f.KI\ia und Dayton, Ohio. city outside the "ghett ) s;" fore entitled to relief."* !pay federal income taxes/" before: birth.


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2 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 7, 1966 !
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ToBe Equalby y

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Whitney M. Young Jr. : ;

Executive rector National rban LeagueIf

I were faced with the decision of making a single
wish for the New Year in Race Relations, I think it
would be that generalizations about any ethnic group, "
based on the activities of a few, be ruled illegalaswell
as immoral and illogical.
Not long ago the noted attorney and president of 4- III, x
the American Jewish Committee, Morris Abram, spoke
before a highly sophisticated middle-class Negro audi, I -
ence. He opened his speech by reading from a diary ofa I LJ7 T
New Yorker. The writer pointed out how much New I
York had changed, and the fact that a group of new- '
comers had made the streets unsafe for decent people. 1
That these newcomers in their dress, mannerisms, lack
of education and criminal behavior represented a seri- cLJ
ous threat to the continued happiness and safety of I
other citizens. As the audience reached the height of ,
indignation, Mr. Abeam commented that the diary was :
written not in 1965-but in 1890-and that it was not ,
referring to Negro citizens at all, but rather to other
low-income ethnic groups that had migrated to New York
City during the period in large numbers.

I am reminded of this story daily as we witnessthe
same fears being expressed and the same descrip-
tion of the newest immigrants 'to our cities, namely I
Puerto Ricans and Negroes from the South. It is this
tendency to generalize, both on the part of Negro as
well as white citizens, which must be recognized and I
challenged on every hand if we are in fact to make the
kind of progress in attitude in the last half of the nine- !
teen-sixties that we have made in this first halflegally j I
and legislatively.At i
a time when Negro leadership is trying honestly r
to face up to the serious socio-economic gaps and social j M" u1'Y
disorganization born and developed out of years T\ \r
slavery and discrimination, it becomes extremely dis-
couraging when those same facts are used to lable a \ \ r.f
whole racial population or to justify their continued ex-
clusion from the mainstream of American life. This is .rte fig's Ya
why researchers, reporters and writers must be as sen-
sitive to the effects of titles given to their studies and
reports such as "The Negro Family" as they would be
to the identification of comparable problems of depen- I
dency, illegitimacy and crime among low-income fami-
lies of other ethnic origin-"The Irish Family," "The
Polish Family," etc. For even with the disproportionate Shown here is part of the large crowd which ob- The dedication took place on December 30 and
amount of social disorganization with which the Ne- served the dedication of the Ronald L. Fine Community was attended by Congressman Claude Pepper, Metro
I gro has been plagued, it is well to remember, that 75 Center from which services will be provided to per- Mayor Chuck Hall and other dignataries.The I
percent of Negro families have, in fact, less social disorganization sons residing in the areas affected by the Urban Renewal center is located in the old St. Paul AME!
than is true of comparable white families.It project. Photos by Johnson of Miami. Church building at NW 19th St. and 4th Ct.

is equally damaging to the cause of race rela-
tions fat Negro citizens to generalize about all white
citizens based on the terrifyin specter of the depraved GOLDEN AGERS TO 1
personalities found amomg the Ku Klux Klan or even BUYING A NEW CAR ? ?
the more subtle racist groups who claim superpatriotism. S.S.,
In the final analysis, those who write the history
books for our day will mention little about either the MEDICAREThe
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racist or the rightist, but rather the growing number of
Gplden Age Club of
courageous white Americans who put a man's characterand James E. Scott Community j 7 1 :' / ,_ ,
skill above the color of his skin. Neither will his- Association invites all interested I \
torians write about the less than one percent of Negro persons to come and
citizens who participated in riots, or who in desperationturned hear the official informationabout I
to Communism. What historians will write about Medicare and Social
Security benefits. A
swill be the 99 percent of the Negro population which, sentative from the District repre- '
in spite of unprecedented humiliation, slavery and dis- Office will give you this vital
crimination, retained restrained and loyal, and retained information, and will be ableto
faith that some day America might, in fact, live up to answer some of your ques- SAVE
its democratic creed and its ideals. tions. Make this a must on
May 1966 represent the beginning of that period Thursday, Jan. 13 at 330! p.m.
place: Liberty Square
where no Ame rican will generalize about another human Auditorium
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FIRST PAY DAY at the Neighborhood Youths Corps, a component project of eight here in the Edison Financial Center
Greater Jacksonville Economic Opportunity, Inc., finds Project director Samuel P. i 6013 N.W. 7th Avenue. Phone 759-4431
Nesbitt, left distributing checks at NYC headquarters, located at 400 W. Ashley'street
Fla. Looking on right, is Frank Hampton, number of the executive committee NOW PROVIDING NEW EXTENDED BANKING HOURS
of GJEO. For many of the young recipients, it was also the first pay day of their Monday, T ..doy. W.dn.doy, Thursday 9:30: am to 2 pm Fridays 9:30 am to 2 p"
lives. Designed to help high school dropouts gain work experience and at the same and 5 pr to 8 pm. Drv.n( | Window open Monday thru Friday! 2 to 5 pm; Saturdays 9 t.
time continue their schooling, the Youth Corps jobs pay $1.25 an hour for a 30-hour noon-
.. work week and require an average of 8 hours of study each week. M.mber F.d.ral Ru.,.. Syst.m and F.d"al D.po't' Insurance Corporationr

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Fridalt January 7, 1966 _3

Henderson Charges Doublecross'

p. '

by Local/ longshoremen OfficersTO

WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: vote to ask International for sues, but this was not the

This is information from Trusteeship in order to carry case. Luther Gibson and Cleve- H f
land knew better but rt
Judge Henderson that he would out their own wishes for their
like the public to know. I fur personal good. They have fear used this opportunity while I
in the men that was in the hospital.They have y'r
nished the leadership of Local they won't gel t n xy
1416 in Miami: promised them hired to work through the headers the men blind with prejudiceand
nothing but an honest adminis- in fact there were some hate and false allegat-
tration. For 29 years Luther threats about the headers, ions-they themselves now arc
Gibson and Cleveland Turner that they wouldn't be hired if in fear that the men will wakeup WLt
they didn't do what on them and they are reach-
doublecrossed me. In March they said.
1965, by me being in the hos- They built themselves and in ing at a straw to keep them
pital, they got control of the about eight months on nothingbut blind, because they know they
headers who hire the men on the false allegations,and have know they have done wrong. "Ir
dock, and they controlled the set the reputation of the union They are anxious to havean : t
had in March back and election for a president anda
men. I a meeting they are bound to .
fall when the truth secretary while they got the
23rd and they organized a walkin comes ,
out... men blind. If the Klu Kluk
and walk-out to keep the 1
Klan and the White Citizen'
men from knowing that they
had misled them on March 13, For example the Landing Council can form themselvesa -, .
1965. Griffing Law give officers the constitution to do people
authority to criticize and to wrong as some unions do, T'r
They got the members to discuss and to disagree on is- "May God Help America." !

(Signed) Judge Henderson ...-. .........,--.- ". ,

._ -- --- Officer Willie Nicholson, center, is presented a plaque by Mayor Robert King ;
; ", High on bhealf of the Miami City Commission "for long and meritorious service

and for heroism above the call of duty." The afternoon of Nov. 3, 1964, Nicholson

stopped a car containing three men in reference to a misdemeanor A series of

events including a running shooting pursuit that ended three miles from the origi-

nal scene, left Nicholson with gunshot wounds in the upper part of both legs and

abdomen before other officers arrived and apprenhended the subjects. After a re-

view of Office Nicholson's injuries he was granted a Disability Retirement effective

No. 8, 1965, a year and five days after he was wounded. Mrs. Nicholsonwas
present at the ceremonies Miami-Metro News Bureau Photo.

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..... 1MIF, AND ENL ENFL D' ,

I From left to right (Queen) Miss Dorothy Marshall, Miss Ruby Nowels, Miss night John club McArthur entertainer, popular, has .. lirrtnHIMIOM(tit VENTED iNt SPECIALIZING ESTIMATES S GAIL i),

Elease Jones and Miss Bernestine Mills. gone to work for the War on PIN riUlM SUP IN PLASTIC COVERS 0AY NIGH'oN
Poverty McArthur is workingin EXCLUSIVELY
EAL SOCIAL CIVIC at Richmond Heights Junior Clive of 5220 NW 24th Ct, a Job Placement Employment rNONI
High School and a member of mother with children. A pint and Training at the Economic House of Gretchen Wl 7-5038 -
CLUB SELECTS ITS the Student Council. She attends of blood was purchased and Opportunity Program .J
Bethel Baptist Church. donated to Izette Murray of Liberty City office. Formerly Gretchen-Nicholas Plastic CoversPROFILEOF
FIFTEENTH QUEENThe Miss Ruby Nowels was 15960 Bunche Park School
third. She is a member of Mt. Drive! who is critically ill at -- -
EAL Social Civic Club Carmel Baptist Church of Jackson Memorial Hospital
held its annual Classic Con- Miami. $25 was donated to Eddie Edwards -
test Sunday afternoon, Nov. Runnerup was Miss Bernes- of Miami who is dis-
27 at the home of Mr. and tine Mills of 1511 NW 154thSt. abled. I
Mrs. Willie E. Franklin, 2310 She attends North Dade Cottage No 16 at Kendall tA1:
NW 154th St. Our selected High School where she is a which we sponsor was given 1CG
queen was Miss Dorothy Mar- member of the ProjectionistClub a pair of clippers fur the boys
shall of 2251 Bunche" Park and Library Council. to get a haircut. I o
School Drive who raised the She attends the Church of BONDED RENTALAGENCY
amazing sum of $510.25 for God in Christ. The organization wishes ,7
first prize and the highest This has been another
suc- you a Happy New Year. Thomas -
amount of any previous queen. cessful year. We would like O. Wright, president; INC. I
Miss Marshall is a member of very much to thank you for Alex Gaines vice William
the First Baptist Church of your participating with us. Lynch, treasurer; Willie C. ,
Opalocka.Miss we were successful on all Franklin, financial secretary; j' .
Elease Jones of projects. Our civic program Mrs. Bertha Franklin, record
14500 Pierce St., Richmond has played a great part for ing secretary; Mrs. Lcssie THE LARGEST RENTAL AND MANAGEMENT HOUSING
Heights was second prizewinner many worthy causes. We con- Lynch, chaplain; Mrs. Mary
She is a ninth grader tributed $25 to Mrs. Cora Gaines, member.SUNSHINE.

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ENTER NOW! ENTER OFTEN Annual meeting and dinner
were held Sunday, Dec. 19 at
the home of Mr. and Mrn. Lester \
;: .N." : Hoi ton. Fichmond Heights.In .
this meeting officers were
," = elected for the year.
Israel Armstrong remainsas
WIN YOUR OWNPHONE president. Mrs. Mamie Cop-
,, Ian, vice president. Mrs.Ethel
f Moreland, recording secre
\ FOR tary; Miss Mary F. Alexander,
financial secretary and Mrs.
,t. \
-' Glossie McCray, treasurer.
Other officers were ap
wish to thank all who
District superintendent
helped in making the year'swork
a success and are look-

ing forward for a greater 1966. The Broward Cou.ty D:st-ict takes in the Ojus to West Palm Beach area with
The meeting was adjournedand
ROYALCROWN dinner served. We wish offices in Holland and Fi. Lauderdale. The staff consists of five collectors, four

all a Happy New Year.Sherman office girls and the supervisor, serving a host of happy clients and tenants.


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4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 7, 1966 have resolved to
that I
deepen myself in this study,

*95*t ,- History portrays the deve- and to use every opportunityto \1\\\ ABBIII
lopment of our civilizations. acquaint aliI meet with the S
the history accomplishments of the Negroin
Unfortunately, r ,, .
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books of all countries, even of America.Perhaps my efforts ., ': ... -

H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher different sections of our own will awaken some to a grow- __--__- :r.SHING .-
country, do not agree in con- ing respect for their brothersof \.
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor have
tent. Each side of a conflict Color. Only when we
WILLIAM W. Me BRIDE, City Editor and
is depicted according to the developed this
Member of the National Newspapers Publishers Association and honor, will
point of view of the historiansof offer dignity
SUBSCRIPTION RATES that side, especially, for America be ready to lead all

ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.99 FOREIGN $6.00 in the Civil War, for example), nations to universal peace.
the whole truth is not really
Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post
The history of our country PRESIDENT OF
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876
has bypassed (in the South,
Office at 6740 NW 15th Avenue Phone OX 1.0421 especially, for obvious rea-
sons) the accomplishments of B. ,Spingam, pre- \\
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" the Negro. As a student of Ne- sident of the National Association e ,
The NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead gro history, which happens to for the Advancement of U
.}|ie world from racial and national antagonism when It accords be an important part of American Colored People for 26 years,
to every man regardless of race, creed or color his history, I have discoveredthat resigned last night to make
human and legal rights, Hating no man, fearing in. an-the! there are many outstanding room for "a younger and more (,........................................
Negro Press strives to help every man In the firm belief that persons of dark skin who have energetic president." Spin-
all men are hurt as long as anyone Is held bock. made their mark in our history. garn, 87, made the announcement -
Some of these I have mentionedin at the organization's annual -
earlier columns.I fellowship dinner ir. New
VIET NAM'S WAR see the need of includingin York. He was one of the first Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE
our history books an em- white lawyers to specialize in
They shall cry peace, but evidently there seems phasis on these outstandingmen civil rights, and tried his first "MR. JACK"
little peace at the present time. President Johnson un- and women of Color, not case some 60 years ago. FOR
doubtedly wants peace, but not upon conditionsofferedby only because of their accom- STYLES FOR ALL AGES
plishments, but also becauseof
Viet Cong leaders, so the war goes on. the overwhelming obstacles The Very Latest in Men's Fashions

The announcement that next week the Presidentwill they had to overcome in order SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS
ask Congress for a supplementary defense appro- to make history.It is my honest ITALIAN SHOES
priation of $13 billion to pay for the escalated war in opinion that the stories of the Miami
WYNN BUILDING CORP. 944 NW 2nd Ave. Florida
Viet Nam is disheartening news. But if this expensivewar Negro in America will even- OFFERS

is to go on, then the necessary funds must be pro- tually replace the Horatio HOLIDAY SPECIALS!!
vided. Algier type of story as inspiration -
to our youngsters.And .
President ambassadors of Arthur NEW HOMES
Johnson's peace, unlike the Algier stories,
Goldberg, U.N. Secretary General U Thant, Pope Paul these will be true stories. The 1147 NW 46th Street
VI, President Charles dd Gaulle and Prime Minister teaching of Negro history now 4 bedrooms, Fla rm., garage, W. A. PATTERSON, JR. M.!>.

Harold Wilson--have presented the United States posi- will have two purposes: encouragement central heat. $107 mo.
of those chi Idren 1042 NW 50th Street RELOCATION OF !
ticn in the war to: ANNOUNCES THE MIS
who up to now have had no 3 bedrooms, Fla I rm., garage -
central heat,
possibility of develoling and
"0 God of love, 0 King of Peace, using the talents they latently patio. $103 mo. Luxury liv- OFFICE TO:

Make wars throughout the world to cease; possess, and breaking downof Ing.BARGAIN CORNER

The wrath of sinful man restrain, prejudice in those who believe Only two! Almost new re- 4800 NW 7th AVENUE
Give peace, 0 God, give peace again!" the Negro has no talentsor possessions. Save thou-
abilities to raise himselfto sands. Act fast on these

SMATHERS TO RETIRE higher levels. extra speieal bargains. I TELEPHONE: 754-6901
I am so impressed with the JE 1.6902 235.2958
need of the study of Negro his-
Florida's Senator George Smathers this week an-

nounced his 1968 retirement because of ill health.

Senator Smathers, before going to the Senate 15 years

ago, was a Congressman and also served for two yearsas a 4

Assistant United States Attorney. / + .4No
* President Johnson, Sen. Dirkson and other officials -

in and out of the state express their regret at the I t
coming resignation of Senator Smathers. need I Fl be crowded ,

Many' eyes are on the seat to be vacated by Sen.

Smathers. Among them: former governors LeRoy Col- # Now

lins and Bryant, Secretary of State Tom Adams, Attor- you can own

General Earl Faircloth Hollahan and
ney Sen. George
there will be others. beautiful
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Too bad that in the city of New York business is '

practically at a standstill because of the strike of the -

Transport Workers Union. g3i 11111 ]

Reports are that one and one half million childrenwere I

out of school on Monday. The strike did not hurt _

airline transportation from Miami, and passengers found

}limousines} and taxis at New York and New Jersey air-

ports. in Northwest Miami's .

Congratulations to Fred Calvin King Jr., of Jack-

sonville, who has been appointed a Page to the House,
the first Negro to be a Page. And congratulations to newest and finest community

Rep. Charles E. Bennett of Florida. He's a Democrat
who made the appointment.

Aliens are reminded that January is the month

they must register. Fill out your "I-53" card and takeit

to the Post Office. January 31 is the deadline.

Metro Manager Porter has appointed Dennis Carteras

Metro budget director. His new special assistantwill

get a salary of $1,300 to $1,720 a month. Carter's
present salary is $1,164 a month. l 1 n f r

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(or woman) eligible for i $200 down payment on a home i That's All Homes HOMES ESTATES

Tuesday a basket containing a purse with $12 why liberty you Gardens must come in booming see Liberty northwest Homes Miami Estates It adjacent to Terrazzo floors Future: ... 213th ST

in bills, a pair of eyeglasses and two forms for Home- thrill of living in your own home at less than you'd you pay want for rent the, Sodded lots a LIBERTY ;
stead Exemption and a Social Security check for. Mrs. come see our three model houses today. You'll live better in e 75' Ie 100' minimum GARDENS MO ELS a
liberty Homes Estates.BEAUTIFUL sue lot .I:
Henrietta Sweeting. ::;
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If found please return to the Miami Times office, 2, 3 814 BEDROOM HOMES sewage system 3 211th ST. ;
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t Charles Culmer of 1275 NW 68th Terrace spent. the ENGAGEMENT IS .....::=_....11III"" ".

holidays in Nassau. ANNOUNCEDMrs. DR. NORMAN SVEILICH,
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hollis and family of Rich .Beatrice Ancrum would PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
1 y mond Heights went home (Birmingham, Alabama) for >'like to announce the engage Announce the opening of
the holidays.Mrs. ment of her grand daughter his office for general pract-
Floy Ancrum to John B. Har ice at 3619 Grand Ave.
ris. Wedding date January $. Hourtt Tue*., Welt Frl.-'
Katie Alexander and
Syble and Oscar Johnson of Opa-Iocka renewed daughter Miss Ancrum is a graduate 6-9 p.m. Phone 2713131,
their marriage vows at the Church of the Transfiguration joined hubby and Daddy Alexander, and brother Ray- of Booker T. Washington High door night.
mond in New York for a family reunion during the holi- School, class of 1964. At the Jon. 21Longhorn
on December 30 on the occasion of their 25th wed- .........*441410*''''
days. present time she is in the U.
ding anniversary.The Johnson's were host to relatives S. Marines Corps stationed at
celebration.and friends at their home immediately following the The Cohen family held a family reunion in Miami Camp Pendleton Calif.

during the holidays.

Winifred and Petro Beachman along with their James Caldwell of Birmingham enjoyed the Orange
daughter Walline motored to Winter Park, Florida, thenon Bowl festivities as houseguests of the Ervie Wrights in WIGS !
to several cities in Georgia visiting Petro's rela- Richmond Heights.Mrs. .

Frank (Annie) King journeyed to the tropicalisle
All adult volunteers of the Girl Scout Council of of Nassau during the yuletide season. Imported
Tropical Florida Ixora Neighborhood are asked to attend i

I the first meeting of 1966 on Wednesday January Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gray and family spent a por- 100 7
12, Carver Branch YMCA at 7 p.m. tion of the holiday season at Mt. Olive, Mississippi.To %

Maxine Bethel, former Miamian, now of New Yorkis Ohio went Mayme Williams to spend Christmaswith
the houseguest of her cousin, Georgianna Johnson.Mrs. her mother. HUMAN 4' ,

Queen Williams visited her daughter and son- It's now "sweet sixteen" for Shirley McBride.
days.in-law. The Maxie Millers (Marguerite) during the holi- Happy birthday Shirley.CELEBRATES HAIRAs t\4 0

Otillie Parker Prater of Cuthbert, Georgia spent 52 little As $1.50 Per WeekAfter
the holidays with her mother, Mrs. Spero P. Cokine.
YEARS OF MARRIAGE a small down payment.

From Tallahassee to visit with Dr. and Mrs. Ira P. Fifty-two years of mar- Why settle for
Davis, were the Williams (JoyceC. Oates and daughter riage was celebrated by Mr. anything less when you can have the best
I La Tanya. Daughter Carol Davis a student at Fisk also and Mrs. Luther D. Wells for so little money a week.
. joined the clan for a family celebration. 16231 NW 18th Ave. Christmas
Eve at a dinner at their home

Baby Johnson, a 5-pound 1 ounce pink bundle of Hosting son-in-law the and dinner daughter was their Mr. SPECIAL OFFER

Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Johnson of 7001 NW 15th Avenue and Mrs. llabbakkuh Evans WIGS
lost out to a boy by seven minutes and tied with anotherfirl and daughter Mrs. James
for Dade County's first-born of 1966. (Helen) A. Kinard Sr. of New
York City and Clinton Comers Formerly $80 tO 100.00

Rosemary Braynon Donaldson visited relativesand N. Y. They have four
friends here during the holidays ]Home for Rose- grand grand child.children and a great NOW $35.00Be ]

mary is Dayton, Ohio.
Recently Mrs. Valdez Mur- of the Call for
one lucky ones. me an apj j
Althea Symonette and Edwin Cheatham were mar- WASUINGTONIANVISITS ray was presented by the pointment.
ried Saturday in Holy Redeemer Catholic Church.Thebride Acorns Civic Theatre as an

is the daughter of Mrs. Maude Symonette, 1721 Acorn Arts Sampler presented at the Festivalof by the All Day PH 634-1700
NW 71st St. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Miss Creta Ann Skiles Museum of Fine Arts Board at
John Perkins, Chicago, Illinois. daughter arrived via of Mrs.Eastern Irma Airlines Skiles the Roney Plaza Gardens. Evenings 7-9 FR 3-2933
She and Lisi Vance did a 10
from Washington D. C. to
Forsaking Miami for Las Vegas during the holi- spend the Christmas holidayswith minute scene from the "Mem-
days were Mrs. Maude Prescod and grandchildren her mother and grandmother ber of the Wedding" and Mrs. E. RAMER
soloed four
Darville III and Michael visiting their mother Helena Ernest Ingram other Murray songs.
Knowles. relative! and friends in Opa- i Import and Export Broker_ _
locka. While here in the sun-
shine state she celebrated her
Sincere sympathy to the Lindsey, Kelly and Towns
birthday on the 27th of Dec.
families in the loss of their, dear ones. She was graciously greetedand Register Now! The books are open I
entertained by her many
Get well wishes to James Henderson at Veterans friends.
Hospital; to Raymond Ramsey at Cedars of Lebanon;
Joshua Bullard at Christian Hospital and Margaretta

Carey at Jackson. 11'Mrs. : :/ i: OPEN' 9 AM TO 12 PM EVERY OAY
Callie Bradwell and daughter, Sybil spent ", VALENTINE' DAY FEB. $14
part of the holidays in Bristol, Florida. : -v

: 2699 N.W. 54th St. CANDY CARDS, 'GIFTS
Here from Woodland, Texas to share in the holi- "
day festivities is Mrs. Olivia Hurd., mother of Velma
Hurd. $1.49

PRICES GOOD THRU Ban Spray DeodorantONLY 53cSquibb Glycerin
Mrs. Ann Burley returned to Miami after visitingher
mother, Mrs. Susie sharpton and her children Ru- JAN. 9 ONLY $1 10
. dolph and Angel at Wabasco, Florida. Suppositories 39$

Pvt. First Class Willie D. Jones of Homestead, 39C ResolveSeltzer
grandson of Mrs. W. D. Jones was home from Ft. Ben- We Have a Tablets y29
ning for the holidays. ON SORE THROAT?

Bill and Clarice Sawyer of Opa-locka hosted Similac TRY
friends at their annual New Year's eve party. Full Line of OREnfamil Squibb'sSpectrocin

Mrs. Barton IDuhart Jr. was all smiles during the Liquid5cans$1.00
holidays when Pop and Mom Duhart, sister, Eveline: T
and brother Benjamin of Tallahassee visited with them. AMERICANGREETING With a $2.00purchase

Mrs. Nancy Pate of Detroit has returned to her Lozenges
Florida home at 6735 NW 13th Avenue. 7S* Syrup of Black

' The Carl Johnsons (Julia Jones) of Washington,

D.City.C. visited her mother, Mrs. Mary Ross of Liberty Draught Supply 2$1.00Limited ,89Theragran100'S M

It's a girl for the E. B. (Scrooge) Edwards, Flo- Cards forValentine's -
rence Alice,Monday, January 3, at Cedars of Lebanon.A WHY TRY LESS THAN THE BEST
cocktail party at the Miami Beach apt. was the
way Millie Washington chose. entertain the Oliver 98C Formula 54 Supply Limited

Streets of Austin Texas. Other courtesies extended the ..I .
Streets were hosted by Gloria Lacey, Leroy Johnson, .J r ft., Or'if nLf: : Nose Drops 88(
Mr. and Mrs. John Eve and Dr. and Mrs. William Chapman. "_ SquibbMint
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Wedding bells rang on Christmas Day for Vivian INDIGESTION OR GAS? or Plain
Houston and Frank L. Woodard. Codliver Oil 59*
Try Alexander'sGas
Richmond Heights Garden Club held its annual
Christmas party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chrispin ARTRA Mixture LET US SAVE YOU

Fife, on Monday, December 27. MONEY ON ALL YOUR

2 for $1.50 't 9SC $1.65-$2.98 DRUG NEEDSII
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bryant of Brownsville hadas ;
I their holiday guests Mrs. Emma Brassfield (sister)
and Mrs. Evelyn Starks (niece) of Augusta, Georgia.,

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 7, 1966 7

QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT While you are readingthis BIRTH DAY GREETINGS>* Mrs. Pratt, Mr. and Mrs. Pieze,
I have left y'all again. For this weekend I'll be Mr. and Mrs. Wright Mr. and
Mr. Gerald Dullard presented Mrs.Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Mat-
...... visiting my friend Steven Hill in Kingston, Jamaica.
.. with
.... his wife, Marietta, a hews, Mr. and Mrs. Romer, Mr.
Steven has the Frank Sinatra Jr. Show with the
T Tommy lovely New Year's Eve birth- Mrs. Newton, the Carrots and
Dorsey Band. day party in their home at 1035 Johnsons of Richomon Heights,
Soon to be announced-The State Attorney will NW 5Kh St. Everyone had a John, Mary Winnie Peck.
appoint a well known and respected Negro to its staff. delightful time, and the New They all wished Mrs. Dul-
That's good. Also soon to be announced will be the Year was brought in with a lard a happy birthday, and
i good spirit.
appointment of another well I known and respected man many more to come. Their
Some of hate guests wer
who for the first time in will be the directorsfor leaving toast was a greeting
BY DAVE BOI1DU history Mr. and Mrs. Collier. Mr. and to the New Year.
I agency operators at Dade County United Fund

AMEN! The holidays have passed and now maybewe Wildman Steve WAME dis jockey, worked six $17 J

can get back to doing the things we all have to do. places at M.C. for New Year's Eve. Now how do you ,

I don't know about you, I assume you had a ball. I do dat? NewsboysWanted r
nearly killed myself having a ball. I didn't get to bed Best of everything to Channel 7 and their new full .

three nights. Friday, I went to dinner at the Bahama color programs. ,

Steak House on 79th St. When the new year came in I '
was in the movies and after that I sort of roamed around There sure has been great change in the opportunities '

the town. I didn't get to my pad until 6:30 a.m., caught for Negroes. I was so pleased to see that the Fla ,I
three hours and then to the airport to meet that show State Highway patrol has some of our boys working at TO SELL .
better jobs, like giving the drivers examinations and
with Billy Stewart, Sugar Pie, Johnny Thunder, Karl I ,
Fisher and a heap of other folk. I took them to Nassau we must mention that our boys are. also working as US
for a one night stand. They played at the New Oakes customs agents. As well as the U.S. Border Patrol. If

Field Hanger. There were so many people we had to these agency's can do it I'm sure our county and city a T -

stop selling tickets, of course you know what happened police department will be acceptable to putting some of

Saturday night. First, it was the Drumbeat, then to the their qualified Negro patrolmen on the motorcycle squad.Or .
Emerald Beach to see Richie Delmore, from there to do we have to make an issue of this. Plans are under MIAMI NORTH TRAVEL '.UREAIJ

the Nassau Beach Lodge, then to the Cat & Fiddle, way for the re-opening of the Sir John Lounge and 1104 NWS AVE.
then to the Yellow Bird, then to the La Fin--Charley the Knight Beat Club. Jeff Addams, Chickie Horne and
Place. I was accompained by Columbia Recording. the Dave Akins Trio still pulling the customers a t OPA LOCKA RICHARD McGHANEY I
Star Gene Stridel and his wife Mayme's Pirate's Den in Freeport. How come we ne r
Terry, a friend of 2270 NW 153 ST. 1
mine, Charles McDermott. ver hear of anyone getting a confederate dollar from '

I got to my hotel about 6 a.m. caught three hours Grandway store. Somebody said there is no such thing.As BROWNSVILLELIBERTY -BROWNSVILLE DRUGS ;

again, from there, Charles and I caught a plane to Free- for me I'm just satisfied with the SSS stamps. Hats 4634 NW 27 AVE. I
port and wouldn't you know it-they forget to put my off to the PBA and the purchase of their new buildingon
17th The old Lions Club. CITY MIAMI TIMES OFFICE
bag on the plane. Anyhow Mayme and Rico met us and Ave. .
took us to lunch at the Lucayan Beach Hotel. Then we 6740 NW 15 AVE.
sort of when Next week I'll tell you what's going on in Kingston
on a sight seeing trip around the island at
6:30 p.m. We went to a dinner party at Mitch SteakHouse Jamaica. Until then, live life every golden minute of it. START TODAYEARN
and was joined by Pirate's Den singing star Jeff PEACE. a at

Addams and his wife. Also Dave akins and Mayme and
myself. From dinner to the club. I m.c.'d the show and TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO
had a ball. Chuck and I left Freeport at 5:30 got homeat Social I Security CHURCH SUNDAY

6:30: and went to work at 8:30.: Well you can bet I -

was tired. Anyway after fighting poverty all day (andI Office Busy This
don't I know how I got thru the day) I had dinner at

Toby's then home to you know where. And I slept like Time of Year ARTHUR PRYSOCK
wasn't ever going to wake up. That's how I spent the

beginning of the year. Would you like to sit down and "Otic of the busiest places
tell me about yours. .I'd be more than glad to print it for right around now is the Miami
you. Anyway, from me to you HAPPY NEW YEAR! North social security office
where the people are taking

PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK; Dickie Hayes (wife claims and explaining the
changes made in the social
of Ernest.) ,
security law this year Mr.
PRETTY BOY OF TIlE WEEK: Dizzie Jones Edward Blonston, social se- < .

MUSICIAN OF THE WEEK: Maxie Newbold curity district manager in
Miami North said today.
"There is one way peoplecan
Hearing about the transportation strike in New help in getting their! 11 11t
York makes us glad we live in a nice city. I've sort claims processed with little v
of noticed that everytime there is some sort of major delay," Mr. Blonston stated,
strike some place, commies are usually behind it. At "and that is to visit the social
present there is some sort of petition going around for security office at least 3
people to sign out-lawing Communism. That's one thing months before the day they
plan to retire. In this way,
this do without.A .
country can
they can find out what proofsare
needed,and would then
committee to re-elect Gov. Haydon Burns is have the time to obtain them.
throwing a cocktail and barbecue ,party at Bonded As an example, for proof of
Rental Agency, 4120 NW 7 Ave. Jan 12. The big ques- age, a birth certificate, hos-
tion of the day is will Gov. Burns woo the Negro vote. pital birth record or baptismal
record is usually required.Mr. .
and has Mayor Bob High lost the Negro vote Our mayoris
Blonston said that a
accused of pulling the rug out from Mrs. Athalie person should not delay in filing ...
Range in the last city commission race. Gov. Burns for social security bene- ,
hasn't done bad at all. And he has opened a Jot of fits because he has difficulty ,. ,.-
door for the Negro since he has been governor. If Mr. obtaining any of these records. ,

wants to be governor of our great state he's gonna have lie should, nevertheless,
visit the social security of-
to do some tall promising to regain the Negro respectand
fice to find out what other documents
their vote. The Negro vote is a powerful one. would be accepted as I 'ta d

proof of age."Information.
about the
changes in the social security
law is available from the so-
I cial security office at 12695
said. "The people there will
be glad to answer any questions -
you may have."







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I Group Formed to Aid Variety; hi"ibt'T; ;

Area Chairmen AppointedMrs. .t 3 3sr By JimmIe "Scoop" Bethel

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M.Athalle Range, pre- Variety Children's Hospital NEW YORK BEAT
sident of the Roosevelt Savings will soon be getting ad- Stanley Kemp (Miami school teacher) in New York attend.
and Loan Association ditional support from outlying t ing Columbia University studying for his Ph.D. ne
has been named coordinating communities in Dade County w the future in the teaching profession seems dim, unlessyou says
chairman of a citizen group to following appointment this Willis Jackson his
have it. saxophone and band
give financial support to Va- week of number of ri
breaking records at (Wilt The Stilt's) Small's Paradise
riety Children's Hospital. Chairmen to conduct fund .T \J
Her appointment was an- raising.Mrs. I h Night Club on 7th Ave. and 135th Street during the Xmas

nounced this week by Harold M. Athalie Range, and New Year's holidays Calvin Cambridge getting
director of the Hos- IiI in the Post Office (125th St.
Dunsky, general chairman of a county- / higher ranks Station) assistant .
pital Development Fund as 1 a in charge of mail
wide citizens group named the F'A supervisor distribution .
part of a year round programto following area representa- Orion Adams is now called the "Chief" of Lenox v'e'

help of the meet hospital.the free-care deficit tives to assist in the year- r1! Harlem Lawrence (Tack) Pinder, ex-20th Street'slugger ;

round program supporting the is now the fox in Brooklyn Real Estate (making
Serving with Mrs. Range free-care services of the hospital money) Sybil Gaitor Raymond and Vookis Gaitor
'.'Will be; Dr. Dazelle Simpson, : Neal Adams, Brown Daniels visiting in New York with Mr. and Mrs. Harold
staff pediatrician at Variety; Sub-division; Bill Miles South Williams of 200 W. 142nd St. She is the former Leona
Talmadge Fair, director of Dade, Richmond Heights; Gaitor's sister Remember the sisters, Billie\ and
the Urban League; Rev. Thed- Arthur Dunn, Coconut Grove; '" .,." .' both
Marian Ross? They are happily married. More
I J' ........ about
ford Johnson of St. John's Judge James Matthews, Opa- ....
them later Roosevelt and Doretha Branic of 177
Baptist Church; Charles Had- locka; Thomasina hunter, f'
ley, business leader; A. D. Homestead and Florida City; Sands St. send greetings to all.
Moore, chairman of CORE; Nathaniel Vaughns Downtown
For the brunette-complexioned woman, ElizabethPost RETURN VISIT
Mrs. Henry Ghermati; Mrs. Central District Charles Had-
Dana Dorsey Chapman and Icy Liberty City; Mrs. Hazel cosmetics is featuring a full line of beauty aids Arriving here in Miami Christmas morning, after a
Donald Wheeler Jones, chair- Crawford Washington Park, products, from "Sun Tone" liquid make-up to lipsticksin four-day motor tour, stopping at chosen cities and
man of NAACP; and H. E. S. North Miami Beach.A "Royal Violet," "Star-Spangled Red" and "Fashion" towns There are improvements everywhere. But

Times.A Reeves. publisher of the Miami number of business and (deep rose) hues. The model, seated, is using triple- Miami is the only city that has grown like a dream.
professional leaders in the sifted face powder in a suntan shade. The other modelis
steering committee met Negro community are membersof NOTES FROM A BIG TOWNI
last Wednesday evening at the holding one of the lipsticks and a "Petalpuff" com-
home of Mrs. Range to appointarea committee Mrs. Range's to help coordinating the hospital pact with a "New Tan" shade of powder. Other pro- enjoyed most the The fabulous wedding at
chairmen from the Negro ducts in the line include Royal Jelly Foundation liquid the Bethany Seventh Day Adventist Church. Natherly
communities throughout Dade make-up and a combination powder and creme formula- Wilcox Lewis, granddaughter of Mrs. Maude Lewis, and
County. Williams of Rev.and Mrs. Ernest Williams\
Eugene son
-i tion which is described as "a complete make-up in a
of New Bethel Baptist Church, were married Sunday
tube. Prices are 39 cents for the lipsticks, 49 cents
Mrs. Range's unit will develop ACE EMPLOYMENT Dec. 26 Albert Maycock died Dec. 22 at Jackson
for the face and foundatbn and 69
powder liquid ,
fund faising plans on a
Memorial Hospital after two years' illness. He was the
year round basis to help pay SERVICE cents for the suntan powder with compact and the Royal son of Mrs. Anna Maycock, 15805 Bunche Park Drive

digents for the free-care and the given to in- 324 N. Miami Avenue Jelly Foundation. Elizabeth Post products are sold and a brother yo Oliver Maycock Alnora Rolle Boyd
ren served in the 50,000 outpatient High School Boys 18 yrs. nationally in many leading department stores and in of Coconut Grove is the leading beautician on Grand

department annually.Names of Dishwashers Porters S. H. Kress stores.Youth Ave. Mrs. Edith F. Hanna Sapp of Camden, N. J.
the area chairmen will be re- 5 p.m. to 2 a.m. $50.00 is visiting with mother, Mrs. Adline M. Bethel of Holly.
leased shortly. wood, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Lewis (she's Rita
Can Skills
Acquire Lewis, famous New York model) arrived in Miami for the
holidays and to take part in the wedding of hisdaughter,
and Get PaidThe Natherly Theresa Wilcox. The Lewises residein Brook-
ly. The motored in by car. The most beautiful

Florida State Employ- not yet 22, to meet enrollment voice I have heard in a long time was that of Jacqueline
OPPORTUNITY ment Service Youth Opportuni. quirements. Croumel. She sang "The Lord's Prayer" at the weddingof
ty Manpower Development and This is a chance for young Natherly. She is also a member of the Bethany SDA
CENTERS Training program will start a men who do not have a skillto Church Your reporter is saying so long.
series of courses for unskilled acquire one-and be paid HAPPY NEW YEAR!!
youth on January 24. Youngmen $19 per week while they are
War on Poverty Program eligible for thi training learning.
will receive a base allowanceof There are several Neighborhood -"
A-I CENTER $19 per week plus trans- Corps stations where Dugies Guest Houses
portation.Earn young men can enroll for this
490 HW 11th St. 377-0525
while you learn worthwhile Manpower Training The house of unusual rooms
Samuel Moncur, Director 10 weeks of basic educationand Program. *
"Keep us In mind:
22 weeks training to become -
a short order cook an 490 NW 11th St., 2741 NW A batter place, w_ challenge you to find
BCENTER| auto service station mechanicor 49th St., 6720 NW 18th Ave., Seeing I II believing
2741 NW 49th St. 635-1327 an auto body and fender repair or 17440 S. Dixie Highway, The accommodations' you receive
J. D. Johnson, Director man, all highly paid Perrine. Or go to the Florida You find only In thli brother
trades. The young trainees State Employment Service OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY
must be a high school graduate Youth Opportunity
Center, 245
B-2 CENTER or have been out of schoolone SE First St. For informationall 2941 N.W. 47TH STREET 634-3851

6709 NW 15th Ave. 696-4350 year, older than 16 and 377-2411. JAMAICA DUGIE

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One of the many Christmas office parties duringthe velt S&L. The beautifully decorated tables and the de- ,," " "I" " " '
holidays was that for employees of Roosevelt Sav- licious hot and cold hors d'oeuvres were the work oi I
ings and Loan Association and Lincoln National Bank Jozeff's (shown at right) who catered the affair. Photoby Join the NAACP

The party took place in the spacious lobby of Roose- Glamour Studio. '." ,." ." 1,1,1..1',...'&..,.,.
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Publisher's Recording Focuses Attention/ on Negro Monetary Potential I

DENVER-CNPIVJoe Brown portant." completed his education in Blade as a corporate enter-
34-year-old editor-publisher,I, The recording further journalism and economics at prise in August, 1961.
the Denver Blade,has utilizeda points out that ever* Negro the University of Denver.A SERVICE 9 TO 9
novel approach to empha- spends between $1,000 to U.S. air force veteran, He has written several AND COLOR
size the vast monetary poten- $1,300, or a total of iea f fo Brown founded the Denver booklets on the Negro market, BLACK & WHITE
tial of the Negro market $25 billion annually. Blade in August, 1960, incorporated finance and estate planning
through the medium of a revolutionary Asserting that this makes a publishing firm, one of which, widely publicized VET TV
) recording on"How the Negro high in the market Embassy Enterprises, Inc., is "Ways to a Means of. ,
to Sell the Negro." place in the 10 richest coun- and re-established the Denver More Comfortable Living.
Brown one of the youngest tries in the world, if his market '
publishers in the country, was counted separately, 379-7735
cites statistics to show that the recording added that the BRIDGE CLASSES'AT 'p.m. Intermediate ,classes
the Negro is not a minority, problem is to get Negro youthto meet' Wednesday 12'30-2:30 848 N.W. 2ND AVENUE
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his recording "How to many bridge classes at Central Jan. 12, and are open to men
Sell the Negro Market-$25 A native of Baltimore, YWCA. Beginner classes and women. Call 377-3571 for
Billion," he proclaims, "The Brown attended the Universityof meet Wednesdays 9:30-11:30 further Information. ;
Negro is the force in the mar- Maryland and Maine and a.m. and Thursday 7:30-9:30: WOOLWORTH'SDVNEL
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10 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 7, 1966

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MI. Tabor Presents Rev.Flossie H. J.Marshall Benson reporterA pastor

Rev. W. F. Savoy pastor wonderful sermon was
I The Neighborhodd Survey Fashion ShowMt. brought by Rev. Benson in

originally scheduled for this the Watch Night service. The

Sunday has been postponeduntil shutins were communed after
Tabor Church for the support of the Alumni
the third Sunday. This Baptists and friends of the service. They were Mrs. Ruth
will Mid-season
Sunday after the morning ser- present a Twiggs Mrs. Hattie McCloud
college In helping to make
. Fashion Show for the benefitof
vice we will have a congrega- Florida Memorial this effort a success. Miss Carrie Hilton and Mrs. LIBERTY CHOIR
i TEMPLE BAPTIST CHURCH tional meeting; and the Evan- Collegeof Tickets may secured at Willie Thorpe.
gelism Committee will train St. Augustine featuring James Williams and Mrs. UNION AT MT. AARONThe
fashions by Lory's and Hicks Mt. Tabor 1701 NW 66th St.,
Ada Alexander's mother are
Funeral services for the the congregation for the sur- Kurl and Komb Soft Style 691-8732; Lory's Fashion here visiting. She was our Liberty Choir Union

late Linda Horton will be vey."This (is Salvation?" will Sunday Jan. 16 at 3 p.m. in Shop, 6112 NW 7th Ave., guest Sunday.We will convene at Mt. Aaron
held at 10:30 Saturday morning.She the auditorium of Northwestern 757-4523; Hicks Kurl and looking forward tot Missionary Baptist Church on
be the topic of our Sunday are
Komb Salon 5550 NW
was a victim of drowninglast High School. the third Sundayin Jan. 9 at 3 p.m. Everyone is
morning sermon, from the text ) st Day on
week. All proceeds will be donated 17th Ave., 691-7361 and 3p.m. Hurst Chapel of invited. The No. 2 choir of
"By grace have ye been sav- luary.
Jan. 16 at the
The Missionary Society, ed through faith; and that not to Florida Memorial door Sunday of Northwestern Perrine will be our guest in Mt. Aaron is hostess for the
Mrs. Florence Hepburn, pre- of yourselves it is the gift of College. High the morning and St. John of evening. This is group of
School for donation of $1.00.
sident, will sponsor its annual God." Eph. 2:8. We will indeed be grateful a South Miami for the evening. young people, please come

New Year's dinner this At 7 p.m. this Sunday is The Junior Church will because your presence will
Saturday at the church, from "Every-Kirk." "Kirk" is an hold a panel discussion at 3 help make their program a
high noon until? Delivery ser- old Scottish word long used McGHANEY SPEAKSFor SHILOH BAPTISTRev. p.m. Come and hear them. Success.
vice if required. meaning Let for The choirs of the Unionare
by Presbyterians us say a prayer
with thee is the foun-
A. M. Griffin, pastor extending a hearty welcometo
Mrs. Catherine Bush who Church. Our Even-Kirk this Rev. Johnson at Kendall Nur-
tain of life: in thy light Sis. C. M. Myles
has been on the sick list for Sunday evening will be a see light-Psalm 36:9. reporter sing Home. Mrs. C. Glenn attended each and everyone.

some time was able to attend candlelight Communion ser- Oh well, the hustle and Deacon W. Roberson and the funeral of her aunt The members of the Union

services Sunday morning, to vice, as we celebrate the bustle of Christmas and New co-workers will be having a in Sylvester, Ga. would like to dedicate the
with the New
the delight of the Temple fa- Epiphany season commemorating Year is over, at least for this food sale Saturday at the following prayer
our Lord's revealing time. But the hustle and home is Sis. Bryant, 1200 NW Year season in mind:
mily.The Lord God of Heaven
Oh, ,
to the world. 65th St.
No. 2 Choir Mrs. Ma- bustle of life continues on for
tilda Hall, president is plan- On Thursday evening Bible we who God has blessed to Saturday at 8 o'clock p.m. P. Freeman pastor hear us as we pray for thy
ning an elaborate program for study at 7:30: p.m. each weekis still be alive. So now is the Deacon C. Brown and co- Elizabeth Jackson reporter servant people, our own church
coming along well. We hopeto workers will\ Services were spirituallyhigh folks and friends. We confessours
the celebration of its anni- time to make ready for the present Gospel
establish this also Train. Their last Sunday. The Lord and their lack of faith at
as a strong life that we are living; guest speakerswill
versary on Sunday, January 16. blessed with five members this year's time. Renewour
institution in our activities. the life to come. Say for your- be Rev. E. Ross, Rev. us new
Come and study with us. self every dav this week: 0 Gallon Rev. Ivory, Rev. W. so we started the New Year faith we pray and giveus

MT. PLEASANT Condolences to the familyof Lord, with thy grace and Green, Rev. Daniel Rev. off right. The pastor is urging success as we dedicate
Mr. and Mrs. Willard and strength I will not let a Dennis and Rev. Brown. everyone to please attend ourselves to the task Thou

Rev. William Mack pastor Eva Williams. Their niece, busy life turn me from thy There will be a musical prayer meeting Tuesday night. hast obviously called us to do
Sister Corine Bryant, reporter the late Linda Horton is being service. Make me and keep me program Sunday evening at 3 because it is here and we are

What a piece of work as funeralized Saturday at thine for Christ sake. So un- o'clock given by Deacon C. FASHION TEA AT NEW here. Amen.

fellowship can do. How nobleis 10:30 a.m. at the Temple Baptist til a later date, if God's will, Foster and his coworkers.All PHILADELPHIAYou I Deacon G. W. Smith presi-
reason. How express and Church, the Rev. L. A. thanks for everything and God of the above programsis dent; Mrs. Rose B. Canada,
admirable and many thanks to Thompson pastor. bless all of you. for our Men's Day. are cordially invitedto vice; Mrs. Iva Smith reporter.
,, the Crusaders: Rev. Savoy and his family attend a Musical Fashion

Thelma Howard Rev. M. enjoyed a wonderful three day CHURCH OF CHRIST Tea at 420 NW 40th St., Sunday -
Green, Deacon Baldwin, Miss visit to Nassau over the holi- NEW MACEDONIA I Jan. 9 at 4:30: p.m. jT" -------**---- .,.
Nadine Bryant, Miss Odessa days. (SCIENTIST) I Non-Surgical Office :

Howard, Holy Temple Baptist 3165 NW 56th Street 1600 NW 54th Street FIRST BAPTISTRev. I Treatment I
Church, Sisters Parks, Conley,
Ella Naker, Br. Dickerson, ST. JAMES A.M.E. Rev.Willie Roscoe J. Beard Jackson reporterOn pastor I will put my law in their W. M. Davis, pastor j RUPTUREPILES :

Rev. Cooper Sister Simmons, inward ports and write it in Mrs. Dame a Turner, reporter I Rectal Diseases Vari- I
Sister Brown, Miss Corneise Rev. J. B. Blacknell, pastor the first Sunday in the their hearts; and will be their ,
Sis. Bert Cooper first month of the new God You are cordially invitedto case Veins, Prostate No I
Ray, Bro. R. S. Jackson, reporter year and they shall be my
Jane Grice, Claudia Wilson, The made the pastor preached out of people." This promise from attend our services each J lost time Discard Truss I

Maybell Anderdon Deacon thank-you pastor to the Decemberites a special his soul to an overflowing Jeremiah along with many Sunday. I Upon Correction of Rupture>> :
church and will
Oscar Howard, Deacon Poole. congregation.Your other Bible citations, is part pastor i Low cost.
under the I II
leadership of
Charlotte Muldrow, Emily Mrs. Esther Scott for their humble servant was of the communion service on go to Mt. Nebo Baptist of DR. LONG'S CLINIC 1
South Miami
McDaniel, Murdis Armbrister, magnificient presented on December 19 at "Sacrament" to be held in Jan. 23, celebrating ht St.-FR 3-27481 I
Rev. Sister Carol Sheffield, yet the membership success.failed But the Mercy Hospital a 6 lb. 6 oz, Christian Science Churchesthis the pastor Rev. Murray'sanniversary. J1545SW,. :
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baby The is Thesea
Frances Green, R. S. Jackson, members born in December! girl. name Sunday. Related passages --

Sister Williamson Perkins In no uncertain terms the Lynette. Mother and daughterare will also be read from the * * * * * * *
Virginia Thomas Deacon doing well. denominational textbook. You .
members were berated for
Goldware Alberta Cummings not taking care of their obligations let Since this is a new year leaf are always welcome to attend : MIAMI TIMES ADS :
us turn over a new
Miss Kim Kelly Evelena services Sunday 11 a.m., Wed- ; ..
Gleen. Now the and begin the year off by put nesday 8 p.m. and to use our ]
Sister Roberts, Sister Carline launched and Januaryites are in have the endeavors.ting God in front of all your Reading Room Monday-Friday 1: BRING RESULTS :

Yvette Glover Sister midst 1 to 3, Wednesday 6 to 7:45. ]
of their rally for this * lit * *'* * * * *
and Family
Cole, Sister McCoy month. Let all of us strive to
Sister Knaggs Sister Far- come up to par. Watch for the '
rington, Rosa Lee Lonon activities sponsored by the
Maria Metis Sister Dicken Januaryites and help them to
Eva Stokes, Sis. C. Jackson. go over the top. "If every "71lY Not Iltll7 )
Thanks to all of those who member in my Church was just \ (
contributed the "CrusadeFor \\m\
to 4a
like me, what kind of church > \
Christ." It's hard to find
would my church bey"The
the wo Os to say the many month of December reported ,
thanks this brings your way. $1,358.97 with public "thiti. 1.4" "' R

offering and pledges making a :

NEW MT. MORI AH total of 167690. _
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Rev. A. L. Shipp pastor 'r>
Evelyn L. Shorter reporterAt NEW PROVIDENCE

Rev. C. J. / Delivered Your Home
3 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 9 Burney, pastor to
the church is having its anni- Sis. Claudia Wilson reporter \

versary with Rev. Weaver of Memorial services will be '
Ft. Lauderdale and his con- held Sunday for those who #I"

gregation rendering the ser have served their time and .. \", \ BY MAIL

vice. have gone to get their rewardin .t' \Jl "

Beginning Jan. 13 throughthe our morning services. -
16 the Male Chorus will Sunday the Pall Bearer : *

be celebrating its anniversary.The Charity No. 137 will hold its =- e. EVERY FRIDAY
Youth Day anniversarywill regular meeting Jan. 14 at 8 .
begin Jan. 21 through the
p.m.Let us continue in prayerfor ,7 MORNING
23.The \
pastor is asking all the sick and those who Li\\ J

members and friends to accompany are grieved .
him to Macedonia
Baptist Church, Carver Ranch
Jan. 23 at 3 p.m. to render SKIPPER CHUCK AT
service for our own Rev.
Mack's anniversary.Let BETHANY SDA
us start the New Year Less than 10

right by attending our services The PTA of the Bethany per copy
regular. Prayer meeting Thurs- Seventh Day Adventist Union Y

day at 8 p.m. Academy 2501 NW 50th St.

will present Skipper Chuck of ...............................e..e..r..a...................................,
MT. CALVARY WTVJ on Monday Jan. 10 at
7 p.m. Come early to get a ( ) 1 YEAR$5.00 ( ))6 MON TH-$3.00
1612 NW 5th Court seat. Also good things to eat
Moll the Miami Times week
Rev. S. Aichison pastor for the benefit of the Academy.J; every to: ,

Constance Carter, reporterWe 1 Place: school auditorium. Ad- Fill Tri'and' '

the Mt. Calvary Baptist mission children 25f, adults : NAME .
Church wish all of youa 50e.

most happy and prosperous
Above all we want you
to know peace and happiness NOTICEAll ADDRESS

through Jesus Christ our members of the Minis- IMailTODAY

Lord and Saviour. terial Alliance of Miami area,
The youth of Mt. Calvary South Florida Conference of I I !!
will have charge of services the AMR Church are requested CITY
for the first time this year to be present at next meet STATE ZIP CODE _

Let us come out and give ing Monday, Jan. 10 for elec- Check ( ) Money Order ( ) for $.i* enclosed.r :

them a boost for they the need year tion of officers at St. James _4s........,....e..ee.e..e..s......II......................:
1966. Remember, AVIE Church 1865 NW 65th

our support. St. I

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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday January 7 1966 11
_..... "....',.,." _,. ..-.,....' H __ _'_

WHERE I SIT 'Slate EmploymentOffices


i Does Anybody Told to 5 I

Jr IOrw J

\ ... End Bias Now
,\\o\j.i. Care?? ? I

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In a nationwide effort to tion from about 29 states Including -
I blot out racial discriminationin 12 form the south and
STROUS MOUNTAIN GROWS EVEN TALLER I state employment offices, from such northern states as .a

the Department of Labor has New York Pennsylvania and k
elieve It or not! Still looming as the most des- launched a series of meetingsin Illinois.

ble sight in all Dade County is that mountain of Washington.The Ruttenberg is directing
conference will be the the Labor Department's en-
beer cans wine bottles
|y located on property first step in the program of the ment of Title VI. lie said 10
ent to a beer and wine tavern in the 6200 block on department to get state em- special investigating teams ---- -- --------

18th Avenue. ployment offices to eliminate have examined nearly SO com-

| We say believe it or not, because the existance of racial discrimination volun- plaints since October. Some Loyal Buddies Spread
condition tarily. After the departmenthas have been without merit but I
was called to the attention
exhausted every means to "in most all of these situa-
lie public through a picture and story in the August get voluntary compliance if tions" the department has Christmas CheerBuddies

[ 1965 issue of the Times. Marked copies of this is- the states continue to drag discovered some kind of ra-

were sent to the Metro County Manager, heads of their feet, federal funds will cial discrimination. in
that assisted the projectwere
be cut off from those states Representatives of the de- Russell Watts
and Health
flic Service Departments with the idea
Mason Co. Me-
that do not comply. partment's Bureau of Employ Ted Williams Arthur King Crndy .
corrective action would follow immediately. Such Nearly 150 complaints of ment security met Tuesday Johnny Hunter and Luther rita Bread, Hoi sum Bakery
lion was not forthcoming. Hence, this monstrousity racial discrimination have with officials in Alabama Hudson left to right, are pic- Home Milk, June Dairy Products

I stands, having grown about ten inches taller sincet been filed by individuals and Florida Georgia Mississippi tured fillin g out a few of the Laura Lee Candy Co.,
| August.We civil rights groups in recent North Carolina and Tennes- many Christmas baskets that Dixie Crystal Sugar, Coca-
months against state employ- were distributed by the Loyal Cola Bottling Co. of Miami
did learn from Bernard
Siegal, owner of the ment offices which seek em- see.If compliance is not forth- Buddies last Friday. and Alaga Syrup Co.
perty, that shortly after the Times article he was or- ployment for jobless people. coming from these meetings For the third time in as The Loyal Buddies are
ed to clean this "mess." Title VI of the Civil conferences will be held
up However, he refused to RightsAct at many years the Loyal Buddies grateful to these firms for
so, claiming that, even though he owned the pro- under which the com- increasingly higher levels delivered Christmas bas- their cooperatfon. Most of the
plaints have been until will be
filed state
rty, he was not legally responsible, and further thate discrimination in fed-prohibits meeting with governors Secretary of kets to several needy familiesAs funds necessary to carry out
clean job would cost too much one of their annual civic their annual undertaking were
up money. As we eral aid program and direts Labor Willard Wirtz. Rutten-
derstand it, no further action has been taken against goverment agencies to enforce berg said. projects the delivery of raised by the Buddies throughthe
f. Siegal. that policy in programs The Federal Manpower Ad- these baskets has become n sale of candies. These

With the knowledge that this they admi nister The federal ministrator said that, though major undertaking for this include the Laura Lee Pecan-
mountain is well
eetes and the Mason Coconut-
government finances the U. reluctant the departmentwould commendable group
own to all departments responsible for the healthd S. Employment Service but it seek to'cut off employ Duddy Dave Marks, chair- Almond chocolates both

sanitation of Dade County, we are powerless to is operated by the states ment services from tiny state man of the Christmas Basket brands being delicious. A !
[iderstand why this ghastly condition could possibly through 2,000 local offices.In that finally refuse to comply Committee estimates that number of boxes of these can-
allowed'to remain. an interview Stanley II. with the law. However he more than 300 persons children dies are still on hand and by

We can't help but wonder if this situation woulde Buttenberg federal manpower said that the department will included were served by calling 757-5093 a box will
administrator said that the use every effort to obtain vol- be
tolerated in any other section of Dade County. Does department had received com- untary compliance before the distribution this year. delivered to you.
Any Dade County
nybody care???}???? plaints of racial discriminaThe making the move. This represents the largest
figure to date. residents who may be inter-
ested in joining the Loyal
The baskets held 3lb.
ORTHWEST MIAMI JAYCEES SENIOR CITIZENS/ TO chicken a dozen aradioov.. Buddies may get the informa-
LATED FOR REBIRTHThe half gallon milk, a pound of tion by calling Buddy Russell
bottleof Watts, club secretary at
inexcusable defeat of Athalie Range and the margerine family size

Almost complete absence of Civic Club activity in the: FIGHT/ DOCTORSMEDICARE Coca-Cola of bread canned a kingsizeloaf yams 635-6234.

egro segment of Dade County have slowly awakeneda peas milk, 2 lbs. sugar 2

[ large number of ex-members of the Northwest Miam i BOYCOTT lbs, flour 3 lbs. potatoes

[Junior Chamber of Commerce into the realization that box of coconut candy box of

|the need for the rebirth of this organization is more recent announcementby recommend to the 20 senior chocolate candy box of cookies -

acute now than ever before. Dr. Edward R. Annis that citizen clubs in the Dade box of jello box of grits, REDUCELose

A move is now under foot for the reorganization of 90% of the doctors in America Council to finance a .poll ot can of soup and a bag of rice, up to 6 po""hWEEKLY
I this will refute to participate in all the 1,248 medical practic- and bottle of Alaga syrup.
group which during 1950 to 1959 was one of the
ioners in Dade Count, wellas
Medicare is construed by the .as Other members of the Bud-
most active ever to appear on the civic scene of Dade organized senior citizens as a the 104 osteopaths on the dies not pictured who partici- 1545 S. W. 1st Street

[ County Its civic contributions were many and varied. challenhe to them to prove tha t question of boycotting Medicare pated in the distribution were FR 3.2748

This writer feels extremely fortunate to have had they can marshall economic and their refusal to participate Nathaniel Owens, Willie Mum-

' the opportunity of serving with this wonderful organi- force as well as voting force in the hospitalizationor ford, Woodrow Green William DR. LONG'S CLINIC i

zation, and looks forward with great anticipation to according to Emanuel G."Manny" medical payment aspects of Lindsey and Joseph Steward.
the plan."I 'I "
Arnold, executive Some of the business firms
serving once again. secretary of the Dade County am developing a question ..
The word to all, ex-Northwest Jaycees is: "Watchfor Council for Senior Citizens, sire now for presentationto
important mail containing date, place and time of Inc. the Council at their next
meeting." meeting on Jan. 6," Arnold !I
Dr. Annis overlooked the
said. "A failure to reply by l'
fact that senior chi: ens have
doctor will be regarded as fav-
-------------1 children and grandchildren who
oring a boycott.
will in retaliatory
cooperate a
OUR CLASSIFIED ADS boycott against the doctors "We will then draw up a >> ', w
It | list of the boycotters and dis- i '
who boycott Medicare and who ';'!i

t BRING RESULTS I II regard profession their as highly a mere respected business thousands tribute it of among'senior the citizensin tens of { :

according to Arnold Dade County regardless of
I L-J I venture
Arnold said he intends to their club affiliation and sug- .
gest they ask their childrenand : a
grandchildren to consult
only those doctors not listed

Start the NEW YEAR With A threats According of boycott to Arnold"tend the to

degrade the practitioners of a

HEALTHIER HEAD of HAIR highly respected professionwho
would then be cast in the
light of businessmen negating

their Ilippocratic oath, reduc-
) ? '
t ing that oath to a form of Hypocrisy -

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12 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 7, 1966


Charles Hardwick of 1736 NW Mrs. Lillie Mae Dukes of 1090 Mrs. Helen Kelly a pioneer

I CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS ] 64th St. died at Jackson Me- NW 38th St., expired Jan. 2. Mi ami an of 2150 NW 60th St.
morial Hospital Jan. 3. He is Services will be held from the died Jan. 2 at Mercy Hospital.

I t survived by his widow Mrs. chapel. Thursday, Jan. 6 at 3 Mrs. Kelly was a dressmakerfor

-- Jessie Mae Hardwick four p.m. She leaves to mourn, two many years in the Miami
---- -
CARD OF THANKS IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAMIn children; a father Robert Hard- daughters, Mrs. Willie Mae area. Requiem Mass will be

I wick; three uncles, Eddie C. Cooper Mrs. Bobbie Jean held Sat. Jan. 8.9 a.m. at Holy

\ The family.of the late loving memory of loving memory of our des rCooper, Jessie Jones, and Stevens one sister; Mrs. Cora Redeemer Catholic Church

.MR., ESTON RICHARDSONwho mother and sister Ernest Jones; three aunts, Bell Slater of Ft. Laud. three; with Fr. Keirnen, priest offi-

Josephine Cooper Lula Mae brothers, Elijah Dukes of ciating, Rosary services will
,died December 25, 1964. Bolden and Willie Waits;other Valdosta, Ga., John Dukes of be held at her home Friday,
death has
Even mission a wonderful 'relatives and friends. Arrange- Henstead, N.Y. Emanuel Dukesof Jan. 7 at 8 p.m. Remains willt
ments are incomplete. at her home beginning
Ft. Laud. Five grandchildren. repose
Tho it robs us of the ones we
-- 7:30 Friday until funeral time
love, 'Mrs. Clara Rebecca Howell of Sat. morning. survivors include

; It draws us from our surroundings 1838 NW 70th Street died Dec. James-Harris-of 1885 NW 57thSt. 1 daughter, Major!e T. Bowen;

30 as the result of having I Herbert Thompson; 3
To the joy of meeting above. died Jan. 3 at Jackson son,
drowned. She was an ardent Memorial Hospital. He leavesto sisters Mesdames Olive John-
No how hard .
our woes
member of AM Cohen Templeand and
Ir mourn a widow, Irene, two son; Louise Thompson
are, R a pioneer Miamian. She is 1 brother Thad-
No matter how deep our des cousins, Mrs. Cecilia John- Myrtle Carey;
pairs survived by her husband Jus- son, Mrs. Hester Saunders, dus Thompson, 1 daughterinlaw -
tin Howell, two sons, Russelland 5
y Heaven always seems bigger other relatives and friends. willa M. Thompson

and brighter, Bertram one daughter Mrs. Services will be held Saturday, gradnchildren.Little .
Enid Billingsley three cou- Jan.8 at 2:30 from New Provi-
To know that our loved one is
there. sins, Mesdames Clemintiru dence Bapt. Church. Linda L. Horton of 415

Morley, Mrs. Margaret Hudsonand died Dec. 29 a
: ----- NW 10th St.
1 3 t Mrs. Gwendolyn Hamilton; drown-
Wife Mary, and Friends Mrs. Gertrude Bowles of 3670 victim of accidental
four grands; one great-grand; Frow Ave., died Jan. 3 at jackson ing. Services Sat. Jan. 8 at

Services were held Tuesday Hosp. Services at St. Temple Baptist Church with

i.- .. pR IN MEMORIAMIn i Jan. 4 at the AM Cohen Tem- Francis Xavier Church, Mon. Rev. L.A. Thompson officia-
--- -'
i ple. Jan. 10 at 10 a.m. survived by ting. Remains will repose in
loving memory of our dear MRS. ETHEL WILCOXwho --- one daughter, Mrs. Francis B. the chapel beginning 1 p.m.
ttakes this method to
express Mrs. Gloria C. Jackson of 3111
father and nephew was called to eternal rest Ware, one son George Bowlesof Friday. Survivors include her
,gratitude to the Range Funeral -- Jan. 41965. NW 56th St. died at home Jan. Richmond Heights, three mother, Mary Higgs Father;
JHome, the Rev. Edward T. -
She is survived her hus-
by grandchildren nieces Hollis Horton four sisters, one
'Graham and Mt. Zion Baptist A year has passed since nep- ,
you've been gone from us. We band Robert; a mother and step hews and friends.MANKER. brother, grandmother Mrs.
Church. Special thanks to the
(friends and neighbors who sent .tea have spent many hours remem- father, Mr. and Mrs. John Holt; Etypi Delancy; 3 aunts, 3
sisters Willoden
condolences, floral pieces and bering that sad day and the two Mrs. .. uncles.W .
Robinson and Mrs.
irendered kind deeds to comfort days that followed which lefta

I and assist the family in their gap that cannot be filled in mie Smith Andrews; a grandmother other relativesand Mrs. Ma- Robert Perkins, of 358A NW illiam Illery of 1929 NW 68

I hour of sorrow. our life. ; 6th St., was funeralized Wed- St. died Dec. 29. Remainswere
friends. Services
He called and you answered were nesday morning from the chapel shipped to Sumter S.C.
Allen Miami-
Mrs. pioneer
Thursday Jan. 6 in the chapel.
;an, came to Florida from the And there behind the clouds lie is survived by an un Jan. for burial. survivors are
somewhereGod ------- cle, Willie Perkins of Jasper, wife, Eloise.
(Bahamas as a child. She was Clarence L. Scott of 5163-A

;active in civic, religious and receives His own. NW 27th Ave. died on Tues- Texas.
Gone but .
rfraternal : not forgetten.Will
ishe was stricken organizations with a case until never fade. day Dec.in Ft.28 at Lauderdale Holy Cross Calvin Douglas King of 1121 sisters Mesdames Mamie Miller,

of arthritis that crippled her Hosp. as NW 46th St. died Jan. 3rd at Minnie Ray, Alma Allen, Lena
Ethel L. Smith, daughter the result of injuries receivedin
Jackson Ilosp. Mr. Kingis and Leonard,
Mem. Thomas Larry
>a few years ago. After a brief Janie Brown an automobile accident.
survived by his wife, Carolyn, Funeral services will be con-
;period of illness she passed at Ida Outler Survivors include his widow;
a son Calvin Jr., a daughter, ducted Saturday, 2 at Mt.
Iher home on December 21, tk p.m.
> And Family Cassie; mother Susie D. Scott
1965. May she rest in peace. Stephanie, mother, Mrs. Rossie Olivette Baptist Church, Rev.
two slsters.Mrs. Rosa 'Ingra-
King, 7 brothers, Edward, Al- I. C. Mickins, officiating. The
k' ham and Miss Ruthie Mae
Mr. and Mrs. Charles White, bert, Charlie, Kenneth, Jessie, remains are now in repose in
Scott a son Earl Scott. Ser-
daughter and soninlawMr. h iik. IN MEMORIAMIn William and Frank King and 5 the chapel.
._ vices were held wed. Jan. 5 in
-- -- -
and Mrs. George H. the chapel.
Allen Jr.,son and daughter- JOSEPH B. MYERSJ.B.) memory of our loving mother,
inlawMr. grandmother and great-grand-
who passed on Jan. 7, 1964. mother Leory Charles Tobridge of

Englewood. James ,Portier N. J., son We shall always keep your 6140 NW 20th Ave. Apt. 4 died The Nile Restcur&nt
January 4 as the result of
loving memory in our hearts.
Mrs. Ernestine Davis
daughterMrs. Altho there is a gap that can- bums received from a flash 4300 NW 7th Avenue at 43rd St.
not be filled.Phyllis fire. Leroy was the five-yeai r
Elizabeth Clark, Mrs. old son of Mrs. Bessie To-
Nathalie' Johnson, Mrs. Myers, dght.
and in addition hi
bridge to smother Strickly Kosher. No Pork.
Firstina Lloyd, sisters; Joseph B. Myers, Jr. Son \ he is survived by grand-
11 grand children, 11 great- Mrs. Enid Reese and F II,
parents, aunts, uncles. Ser-
Breakfast Lunch Dinner
grandchildren. Mrs. Lille Brooks, 1 -
vices were held Friday Jan. 7

Aunts ;: in the chapel. Bean Pie Dessert Special

Also Other Pastries

The family of the late \. -
loving memory of our dear .
mother and grandmother, Mrs.1J ''''t'. ::'-' YOUNG DIES IN
., ii I \, r
,. .. NEW YORKMrs.
-- Uttirultt iewarTitiiai

;i Christine Young diedin

her home in New York Jan. HAS Prelnterment plots of 8 grave spaces or less
1. She had resided in that city
MRS. ALICE BRADSHAW 48 years after leaving Florida. ALSO l Immediate I single grave space Interment

She is survived by one Boxes and vault permitted
who was called to rest'on Jan.
7, 1962. daughter, Mrs. Viola Taylor; Gates open 7 days for your convenience
a husband, two sisters Rosa
Sweet never are fade the, memories that t Demerittee and Eunice,Curry; 3001 NW 46TH STREET NE 4-4197

one brother Capt. R. W. Sawyer Eo Johnson, Manager Home phone: OX 1.9199
Of one we loved but could-
; 20 nephews, six nieces, L... ._ -..
never save;
and a host of relatives and
A loving smile, a happy face
and egw:*

.\ .. '. A broken link we can never
i'>"" ", \
1fiJif'; ." I replace.
:" \ 'Jo' ,
\ .J 'r You are always in our hearts.
:" ,J. '" ...
t Janie Brown IN MEMORIAMIn

wish to express their appreciation And Family fond memory of

to the many friends

and neighbors for kindness

shown in our bereavement.We CARD OF THANKS

also acknowledge the MRS. EVELYN BUTLERwho The family of the lateFREDERICK
the help and understanding

given us from different lodges, x t YOU'LL FIND US

dubs and other organizations. died Dec. 30, 1963. Laidto
Special thanks to Rev. S.A. rest. Jan. 4, 1964. !\ 4 TO BE UNDERSTANDING

Cousin the members of Greater Jesus, My God, I know His

Bethel AME Church and the name; rci When death occurs in your

Range Funeral establishment.The His name is all my trust; E L,
..; family, turn to a mortuarythat's
Nor will lie
Brown Family put my soul to
shame, 1 received a reputation

Nor let my soul be lost.
for sympathetic help! and
Firm as His throne His promise ., ; f consoling services our

Gloria A. Chisholm, stands, A local
is such.
1530 NW 211 St. Miami, Fla. And lie can well secure. y

.ish to express her deepest What I've committed to His s yt t:

jppreciation to her many friendsid i I hands .,
relatives for the many get Till the decisive hour. SEPTEMERS \. "My Father in Heaven, hell/ : ,

well cards and telegrams.A HALL I .me never to forget Thy love

special thanks for the Then will lie own my worth- it looks up to me in the ,

staff and members of Mt. Sinai -less name wish to extend their deepest DONALD ROLLE df beauty of he flower/ ."

Hospital, 4th Fl. Drs. Before His Father's face appreciation to their many who died January 6, 1965. .. \ John Henry Jowett

ochatz, Wickman, Levine In-And in the new Jerusalem friends who shared with them May he rest in peace and may:

halation therapy and Elish Appoint my soul a place. during their hours of bereave- light perpetual shine on him. :! k<< Oscar L. lunge

Clark. Mrs. Lucy B. Jones, dght. ment. \
Mrs. Chisholm is now con. Mrs. Veola 'Williams, dght. Josephine Coleman, a dear Funeral Home

valsccing. home. Nine Grandchildren The Hall Family friends and other Friends. ..


THE MIAMI TIMES Friday January 7.1966 13


$9.000 total.$200 down. Freshly Mae's Draperies. Custom-made
painted. Bit l00'*l1S' lot. puppy. Black & Brown mixed draperies. Slip covers and bed
15 WORDS OR LESS 51.25.6C FOR ADDITIONAL WORD. Owner: 373-3304. hound. 2i months old. Lost spreads. Festoon wvrk of all

DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS WEDNESDAY in vicinity of NW 10th Ave.A kinds. Phone 97-7990 or OX
NOON Lovely 3 bedroom home in toOth SU Please call NA 18036A. 13850. 5000 Pembroke Rd.

FOR SALEBo FOR Heart of Manor Park. This i s a DeS aay. Reward. W. Hollywood .1.. JIR. TnUtn
RENT HELP WANTED spotless house. Right near the
Right InBeat
Qualifying-Move on NW 40th St.
2 bedroom home at 1728w Rooms in new building. Hot DRIVKRS. Zllber Taxi Air Large Expressway enclosed (porch large

43rd st. Enclosed front water, telephone, good loca port and Miami, full or part- bedrooms. Price is $8.650
appliances. tion. No fear of time, will train "Guarantee Homestead hExeMptioN"
rch, carport moving for 3 24 to 55. Male with $350 down and seller pays
to 5
250 down and $85 month yearlo $8 a wk. Cull I FR nd female Payoff
1-5384. your your closing costs. Life Realty -
all. Key at Life Realty, Christmas debts working for
Broker 4932 NW 7th Au.
Broker 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL --- Jun.
7 UII part-time. FR 46121.
l4371.0pen evenings and SUn-o, room.Apt. Downtown$10.50 area. 1 bed--.... .. Jan.28 PL 94371.F1U
unfurn. 1 bedroom Experts
I3!!: furn. all|| utilities $18 CAN DRIVERS. Apply at $200 down for lovely CDS homeno HOMES! HOMES!! HOMES!!!
Ho Qulir; ';--Move Right In Call 374-6506.Mickins Rental Agency, Society Cub Office, 269 NW closing costs and an ex-

hand new 3 bedroom, 2 bath, -- ndef 21st Street. indf. cellent location on 87th St.
floors ---- and 22nd Ave. To see call us
carport terrazzo ,
rooms, furn. -
modem kitchen, colored utilities. and we'll be happy to show you
(ixtures arge in both bathrooms, 6643.$18 wk. 2274 NW 41 st. 888- BUSINESS OPPORTUNITYTerrific this and the many other fine; $100 DOWN FOR 221 HOLDERS & VET: AIIS)

ivtning windows extra largeHot Deal. Fully equipped bargains we now hare listed.
A bargain at $15,500 with ----- kitchen. Small investment. Phone OX 10262. Biscayne 339 NW 39 STREET
$1,000 down and $115 month Big living, Fla and dining Phone: 864-0.171 Realty, Inc. Broker, 9635 N'\
pays all. Must be seen! Keysat room, 3 bedroom, newly de- ------- 22nd CBS completely redecorated large porch diilag room
Life Realty, Broker, 4932 corated,unfurn.,elec. kitchen, Death in family, big sacrifice. -- Avert and breakfast room. 5303 DOTAL DmII. '
a' nth Ave. PL 9-4371. utilities fume $135 mo. 888'2-story building Fully equip- On 89th Street

Right In 6643. 2280 NW 41 St. ped with 5 o'clock liquor No qualifying for this charming 2466 NW 91 STREET
No Qualifying-Move ---- license. For sale or rent. Call CBS home on extra large lot. LIKE A LARGE LOT? THIS IS nil
4 bedroom 2 bath, CBS, on Rear duplex. 1 bedroom, Turn 864-0371. Weal for retired couple, one Will
M.W./ 45th St. Fla room, car- utilities furn. 32 St. & 12th mortgage at 6% interest from Plenty ol space and many fruit trtts. 2 poaches

port, jalousie windows, 2 kitchens Ave. Call before 3 p.m. or REGISTER NOW the owner, and its furnished.To paint outside to suit. $350 down $63 .0.... $10,300

with 2 stoves, 2 refri-Sunday. 6332400. Little Folks Play School see call us and we'll be total.
gerators. Can be used for 2 Licensed Day Nursery and
----- happy to show it to you. PhoneOX >
families. A bargain at $11,000with Furn. one bedroom apt. $75 Kindergarten. 32 H) NW 45thSt. 1-0262. Biscayne Realty, 2017 NW 86 TERRACE
down and $87
month $1.000 pays all. Life Realty, per month. Inquire at Cousin'sRecord 3044.. Phones: 635-5283 or 634- Inc. Broker, 9635 Nu 22 Ave.Can't TODAY'S BEST BUY

B Broker 4932 N.W. 7th Ave. Phone Shop, 2715 NW 54thSt. "-- Jan. 22 --- 3 bedrooms, 2 both, CBS, carport, oak floors, only
for don't
I PL 9-.BH.-pen Sunday,eves qualify F1IA,
down. month
$11,650( $350 $73
--- beli eve it until you talk to our
Lovely, 2 bedroom CBS carport Furn. efficiency. $15 weekly. experts and learn the whole
I jalousie windows awnings Light, gas, water, waste re- SUPPORTYOUR story. Many people who have 1110 NW 8 AVENUE
I 2 air conds., appliances, moval included. Call 688-322!5; been turned down now can
I heat, enclosed front and back Large comer lot, free. 2 beJroora, 2 CBS, plus
I porches, separate CDS storage ----- qualify. Come to see us and extra lot. $300 down. $63 month. Hurry, Hoary, Hurry
I house. A wonderful buy at Room. Man only in quiet home, let us requalify you. No cost Buy for the future
PL 8-4925. 1012 NW 75th St. YMCA and obligation. Phone OX
$10,500, $350 down, $72 mo. no * * *
FHKey at Life Realty, 1-0262. Biscayne Realty, Inc.
Broker 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL One three bedroom house. Broker 9635 NW 22nd Ave. NO QUALIFYING MOVE RIGHT IN
94371. Open Sundays. Ph.
------ 163 NW STREET. \ .

No Closing Costs -Room in-nice home. Singleman. CSS, 2 bedroom, Fla room, carport, completely, red*
Fully furn., 2 bedroom,separate corated. total. ....
Ph. OX 1-6432. LESS THAN RENT $9,500 Easy t. ..
garage, enclosed front porch, ,
Fla room, immaculate insideand --
out. Almost new stove Room in private homv. Gentleman $100 DOWN $75 MONTH PAYS ALL 7025 NW 28 AVENUE :V;;

and refrig. Located on NW 37th preferred. NE 3-0604 01 2 Bedroom, 1 Bath, No Qualifying, Near 7th Like new, 3 bedroom. CBS, large kltcbei; carport,
with PL 8-9717.
St. A bargain $8,400 oak floors, $12,900 total. :* j
$300 down and$68 month, F1IA ---- Ave.
Keys at Life Realty, Broker, Room. Call 635-8959. DREAM HOME
4932 NW 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. 2281 I NW 90 STREET

Open evenings and Sundays.No -Brownsville-area.Ni ce duplex,. 2 bedroom, 1 bath, Fla room, CBS, garage, 3 bedroom, huge Fla room. CBS, take ,ver d1 nig.

Closing Costs $21.50. Call Mickins Rental 1 fenced, nicely landscaped.LOW $72 par taxes & ins too. Mon U today,<$ee & call

Lovely corner CBS, 2 bedrooms Agency- -- -:-Ne--40500. DOWN PAYMENT FHA "LARGE CASH BUYER GETS HUGE,DISCOUNT"SEE
2 baths, red
tile roof, jalousie 'windows, Large furn. apt. Free utilities. DRIVE BY AND CALL
air conditioner, range. House low rent. Apply at apt. 9 ma- 171 NW 67 STREET f
is 652 NW 27th St. JE 8-
spotless and 2nd bedroo m nager
111 n43 STREET
has its own outside door. 3981 or FR 7-4175. '758-8749 758-8740
Price is $11,000 with| $350 ----- 2 3edroom and 1 Bedroom Apts for Rent.
down and $68 month. Key at Furn. 1 bedroom apt. Large
Life Realty, Broker, 4932 NW rooms, no children. $18 week. $22 and $25 week

7th-Ave. PL 9-4371. 1323 NW 48 Terr. Phone 532- OPEN 9 AM TO 1 PM' ','0:1.: FRI.

Bunche Park Bargain 3206. Trio Realty
Lovely 3 bedroom CBS, freshly Furn. Apt. couple, call 758- Start the New Year Right

painted inside and 'out, 1098. 6-8 p.m. 801 N.W. 54 St
awning windows, large lot. -...--- ,
15935 Bunche Park west TWO adjoining rooms, $17 week
Deal With FORDA
Drive. Price only $9,000. $300 for both. Cooking permitted. PL 9.8372 PL 9-0132

down and $48 month, F11A. 7573340. 727 NW 65th St.
Seller will pay your closing Mrs. Gamble. Most Reliable Broker!!
cos-ts Key at Life Realty,
Broker, 4932 NW 7th Ave. --- entrance. $9 .................. ...... ............
PL 9-4371. Open evenings, Room. Private 757-4298. 751-4309. .I SEE THESE CALL US FOR KEY
Sundays, per Best in Town
-- Buys |
SOUTH MI AM. Near StevensMkt. N'o: Qualifying. A large 3 bedroom CBS home. An excellent *
2 bedroom, CBS, large BAR MA IDS
Small down.
: buy. Move right in.
living room and kitchen, Fla Attractive, over 21. 5'3" or OPEN SUNDAY 2-6 COME SEE .

room, carport, big lot, dead over. Top salary. Room &
end street.very quiet and safe transporationt Phone collec t 8025 NW 17 AVENUE CBS : 2080 NW 85 STREETA

Inside all newly painted. Only Jerry ut CY 4-9186 Key West. Beauty. 2 bedroom, screened Fla room, appliances. : clean 2 bedroom CBS, extra large front enclosed

$450 down and $97 monthlyPays 12 noon to 3 p.m. Only $9,700 FHA. $300 down. No costs. : porch. $250 down. $58 month.
everything. Jan. 7 .

Margicin 6260 S.W. 57th CT.W. Want a night part-time man. Gorgeous CBS, 3 bedroom, utility room, comport, fruit : 1288 HE 150 STREETThe
,Realtor 667-1393 I Call 373-5873. down. No costs.
----- trees, extras. $14,000 FHA. $450 : desired area. A real neat 2 bedroom, CBS home.
CONVENIENT TO BEACH FULL OR PART-TIME : Garage, extras. $300 down. $72 month.

Custom built home in Washington MALE OR FEMALE CBS, 3 bedroom, $69 month pays all. No closing costs.

Park. Furnished. Hardwood :Dishwahers and kitchen help. Only $9,500 FHA. $300 down. I 1420 NW 90 STREET

: floors, tile roof, move in I Over 18 years. See manager. j A gorgeous 3 bedroom, 2 bath home in a rich area.
In and rent while being qualified -,Apply Holiday Cafeteria. 8288 Beautiful CBS, 2 beJ room, Fla room, garage. Many
Many extras. $450 down and $99 month all.
100 will pays
3733304. handle Owner 'Bis. Bid. Indef. extras. $12,000 FHA. $400 down. No costs.

------ Barmaids waitresses, good both built-in oven Flc 1430 NW 90 STREETAn
CARVER Modern CBS, 3 bedroom, 2 ,
I pay. The swingingest club in FHA.$450 down. No costs. extra large 2 bedroom home. Ultra! modern Fla room
west only $13,500
Hollywood east of ,
just room, garage
U.S. 441. 3 bedrooms, 2 full! I town. Phone eves. NE5-3003. : NO QUALIFYING. MAKE REASONALBE CASH OFFER

paths, Fla room, separate din- : Home & Income. 2 houses and 2 extra lots. 3 bedroom, ....................
ing and living room. Move right utility room, carport, Rear house, 1 bed-
in : dining room,
buy like rent. JA 3- LOVELY HOMES RENTAL

3441. Owner FR 33304. Built On Your Lot or Ours Reasonable 2125 NW 58 Street. Rear House. $20 per week.
Qualifying-Move Right In fwrn. Good rental ???
7 units completely '
Beautiful 3 bedroom CBS, tile LOTS FOR SALE : Income Property.in. Terms arranged to suit. ARE YOU A VETERAN???
roof, jalousie windows, large : area, Clan e
porch, large kitchen, $700 55xl35-N.W. 48th Terr. ALL YOU NEED IS $100 DOWN ON ANY HOUSEUP

down and take over FHA pay- : WE HAVE MANY MORE TO $15,000
ments of $100 month all. 50xl05-N.W.55thSt. BEING DISPLACED? LET US HELP YOU BUY ANY
Realty, Broker, 100x100-51 Terr.d, 17 FHA HOUSE -

Open eves, Sundays. 50100-41 St. ALL DAY .
50xUOl,250Cash () I SHELL REALTY8ROKEt
9>g NW 47th Street
No qualifYing for this 4 bed- Paid For FORD REALTYINC. Broker

room CBS home call us to see Home, Acr.ag. NW 7th Ave. 758-5551
prmc we have several others in all NEED MONEY? 4260 : 1 3A39 NW. 15th Avenue 635-4595

ranges. Phone OX 1-
0262. Riscaync Realty Inc. CALL BARO'l JE 8.1340 .. .. .

Broker )635 Nw 22nd Avenue.



W .


14 THE MIAMI I TIMES, Friday, January 7, 1966 t

Local Social Security Offices


Extend Hours Thru MarchEd

AROUND THE BAHAMAS Blonston. district man-

fr-mi-1. s f j_ V *rMiTt> ager of the Miami North Social t t\Z ;
Carver :
.". Security District Office met
with the managers of the Miami -
Thar Bahamas had a recordof Haitians They were sentenced 'i
area to discuss continuing Ranches
656,626 tourists during the to four months' imprisonment -
better service to the public.As .
and deportation.
11 months of this year, end-
************ a result, all social secur-
ing Nov. 30. The number of News
visitors for'the whole of 1964 Eugene Moss, 24, who was ity offices in Miami and Key
was 605171. Sir Stafford fined $420 for killing in the West will be open on Saturday 1 '
Walter Bowe -' --
Sands, Minister for Financeand course of dangerous driving. mornings from 8:30: a.m. to 6y

Tourism expects a rec- is doing ayear in prison because 12:30: p.m. Continuance of Star Light Lodge meets on
ord of 700,000 by the end of he could not pay the this unprecedented dervice Friday 8 prru All members, J+ +c r Iwi wk -lr

this year. fine. Moss was convicted on which started three weeks ago please be present at the Ma-
********** Nov. 18 for fatally knocking will be provided until at least sonic Hall on Pembroke Rd. 'r .
.......... +ix
April 1966. In addition to
Richard Burrows, 5-year- down Rhonda McPhee, 6 years
old son of Mr. and Mrs. Mo old August 19, while riding a Saturday, these offices will The South Broward VFW
Post will hold its next meeting -
also schedule evening hours
Dace Burrows, died at the motor scooter. He was given
Princess Margaret Hospital time to pay and was arrested until 8 p.m. as follows: on Sunday, Jan. 16 at _.... ..fllJl4..... ......C"I:
on Dec. 5, as results of a Monday: Hialeah Social Se- 4616 Pembroke Road. The
when he failed. drive is Dr. H. Sweeting is seen presenting a gold certifi-
two-car collision on Collins ............ curity Service Center, 480 E. membership now on.
Ave. The Burrows were drive Folia Boyd, commander. cate of the Sweeting Foundation, Inc. to Bishop E. C.
Addington Leroy Cambridgeson Hialeah Drive 887-7371. ............
Hatcher of the Eleventh Episcopal District of the AME
ing when their car collided Tuesday: Miami Beach Social
of former AssemblymanBert WANTED-Two boys to sell
with a truck driven by Alex- Cambridge, has been ap- Security Branch Office, the Miami Times in Carver Church. A gold certificate of the Sweetings' Foundation,

der Clark. The infant was pointed to the editorial staffof 1252 Washington Avenue, Ranches, 10 or 12 years of Inc. is presented to each person that makes a donationof

rushed to the hospital wherehe the Ministry of Tourism 532-6466. age. Call ay Bowe's Barber $25 or more. The Sweeting Foundation fund goes for
died five hours later.sssI Wednesday: Miami North
Shop, YU 3-9613 or come to
.... News Bureau. He is a gradu- scholarships each year. And at the same time Dr.
Social Security District Office 4444 SW 17th St., West Hol
James Sinclair, 83, former ateof Government High Schoolin 12695 NW 7th Ave., 681-4651. lywood. Sweeting received a certificate from Bishop Hatcher as

painter with the Public Works Nassau and Columbia U. Thursday: Miami Downtown ............ Ambassador at Large assistant to the Bishop of the
The House of Assembly
Department for many years Office, 1 Herald Plaza, Room Mrs. Clara Milton cele- AME Church. Pictured left to right: Presiding ElderF.
died Dec. 6. He is survivedby passed a bill Nov. 29 agreeing 606, Miami Herald Building, brated her birthday on Satur-
to change from sterling to A. Allen, Bishop Hatcher, Dr. Sweeting and Rev.
his wife, Margartet, a son, 350-5131. day, Jan. 8 at her home, 2402
Archibald; five daughters the Bahamian dollar early next SW 48th Ave. Edward Sneed.
of the problems still
Mrs. Talmadge Sands and Mrs.
facing the change seems to be
Ormand Poitier of Nassau and
Mrs. Robert Roach Mrs. Walter the value of the Bahamian

Gray and Mrs. William dollar would-to be fihd "an a unit apparent which Local Restaurant Owner to

Myers of New York; 26 grand-
paralell to the U. S. dollar.
children and seven great. ................
grandchildren. Head Care Food
affecting about Day ProgramA
************ A distemper "
Work on an aquarium in 150 dogs struck Nassau early
Nassau has started with engi- this month. It is said to have 36-year-old Air Force Colorado Springs long enoughto
neers drilling the well which been one of the worst epidemic veteran who once turned a build two more rooms on

will supply the project with of its kind in ten years part-time snow plowing job his parents' home.
salt water. Located on nine and was centered mainly in into a successful delivery "When I drove that last TA
acres of land in Chipping- Blair Estates-Village Road business and was a hotel chef nail, I jumped in the car and

ham, the aquarium will be area. by age 19 has been chosen to headed east," smiled Grice.
............ oversee food managementand "I enrolled in the New Haven -
built at an estimated initial
$280,000. It is expected to Vince Ferguson Bahamian diet planning for a $1 Conn. Culinary Instituteand -
house many of the speciesof professional baseball player million day care program in i traded the car for a jeep
Smiling Eddie Lee Pitt-
fish found in the waters of has been signed up with the Dade's war against poverty. and snow plow. popular local businessman
The appointment of Vernon Grice worked with the man -
the Bahamas. Milwaukee Braves. That automatically is the new own
************ puts him on the Grice was announced by Mrs. snow plow to get himself er c' the Diye-Inn Bar

It cost Capt. Joseph Hall Braves' Major League 1966 Leslie Danford, Day Care through school, occasionally 1772 NW 7J>th St. Phone
$280 in the Magistrate's Courtat roster. Ferguson has had a Project director for the Economic delivering merchandise to (191-9431. He Invite* all
merchants in snowed.in areas. his old friends to
Grand Bahamasfor Opportunity ProgramInc. come
Freeport, "most productive season"with
(EOPI.) In short time the merchan- and meet new friends.
violation of immigrationlaws.
the Austin Braves and
Grice who dise delivery brought in more Everyone wvlcome. Indfwill
owns a res-
Hall failed to register has had a fine career since
taurant in one of EOPl's target money than the snow plow
at Inagua of his sloop his AnseJ.nCollege.
entry graduation from St. I get a mid-morning snack
areas, has had long ex- Vernon Orice and Grice Delivery Servicewas
carrying goods from Haiti. Manchester, New
and meal at the
a noon cen-
born (he still it
perience in planning meals runs
Four of his crewmen were
Hampshire In 1961THEMAHID
with the help of a ,partner ters.
for children. lie is a former him president.
assistant food service direc- Once grew up as one of Grice's first duties in his IMore than 200 adults from
tor for Middlesex Hospital in nine children in a four room new job will be to purchaseand poverty areas will also be
Middleton, Conn and chef at house in Colorado Springs, supervise the installation hired to train as day care
St. John's School for Boys, a Colo and went to work as a of kitchen equipment in technicians and do other nec-
SEEThe several day centers to essary work in the project,
Connecticut orphanage.A hotel bus boy at 13. He con- care
Mrs. Danford said.
Miamian! for the past tinued to work while completing open under EOPI.
In the three years, Grice first got high school and was made Later he will handle food Grice lives iwth his wife
Prudential l takes pride
involved in the local war chef of the Atlas Hotel when purchasing and diet planning, Phyllis and four children at
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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, January 7, 1966 15

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Bobby Hayes needs no introduction to the Miami a.
:ootball fans. have MARATHONWhat
They witnessed his great ability as
in all around athlete. He showed this in his first
years used to be the television is now a smolderingmass
a pro football player. lie was outstanding with the
of electronic tubes and transitors from which pe-
)allas Cowboys. Another great speedsbr with the
riodically comes a faint voice of "touchdown."
Colts is Lenny Lyles, now in his eighth NFL season
The eyeballs that were already regressing to the
[but only fourth as defensive back after being kickoff
back of your head from the thunderous shock of seeingthe
return specialist for four years. No. 1 draft choice in
1958, he was billed as the fastest man in footballat New Year in, were just about gone, so were all the
that time had three popcorn and cold beer-wives had left home and were
100-yard kickoff returns, became
not missed.
defensive back just because he wanted to play regular. Two of the world's greatest athletes get togetherfor
He has contributed many key plays as a Colt, includ- a glass of milk and to toast the NFL Pro Playoff Nine hours of football on Saturday two and a halfon
catching Max McGee of the Packers from behind on the classic in the Orange Bowl Sunday. Olympic speedster Sunday, plus all the features and the reruns.It .

72 yard run in 1964 on the Colts 2 yard line. Packers Bobby Hayes, leading pass receiver for the Dallas was a weekend of shattered reputations. Never
didn't score as Colts held for four downs and won cru- Cowboys with 46 receptions for 1,003 yards and 12 before in college football had the top three ranked

cial game. 24-21. Enroute to NFL West title. Plays touchdowns, chats with ex-world's light heavyweight teams been shot down-bam, barn, barn.
every receiver rough. Extremely tough tackler. Not :hampion Willie Pastrano, youth director of Southeast Then to add insult to the injury Green Bay, which
spectacular intercepter, hard tackler on Bill Andersonin Florida Dairy Institute. had nothing left this season, but the will to fight on

Packers Playoff game. Sprung fumble that was recovered and three cripples, used their supernatural to down the
by pon Shinnick and run 25 yards for Colts TD mighty Browns Tim included) and become championsof
in! 13-10 loss in the longest sudden death overtime. the world.
But wait its not over yet, there is much more to

There will be pro-bowls and All-American bowls-

Professional football profited from Negraska'r. and a runner-up bowl, which existence gets criticism

1 football season Saturday night as three Cornhuskers everywhere except in our home town. This is our way
signed contracts. of trying to prove to the people of Green Bay and other

The Washington Redskins signed Walt Barnes, a I lrA like spots that football doesn't have to be played in

252-pound tackle, and John Strohmyer, 243-pound tackle l the snow and sleet to be enjoyed, but whether or not
who was a future draft choice last year.The Green Bay we have good or bad weather-we will have football.

Packers signed Tony Jeter, the 6-3, 227-pound end.

Call )it Pro or Tex s-style it will be a big football

Rusty, the morning line favorite in the ninth game in the Orange Bowl Sunday.

race on Thursday's, 10-race program, will be sportingnew The Dallas Cowboys and the Baltimore Colts will
colors when he parades postward. After racing furnish the excitement to Miami fans who will' stack in

throughout his still brief career running in the interestsof anxious to see Bob Hayes, perform his mastfc of pass-
George McCarthy, I'm Rusty, a son of Federal Hill snatching. r.v
was purchased today by Louis Wolfson, master of Harbor 4 t1. PIt The Colts, which many believfc''vould have won

View. As always the purchase price was undis- ','. the NFL Championship, if theyXad: not lost Unitas;
closed. have beaten the CowDoysJjytfieir only league play in
,; 1960 but then the Cowboys
The longest winning margin of the meeting thus ; were newcomers to the

far was achieved Wednesday by Crown Land which league.

galloped home 11 lengths in front of Andover Drive in
scoring his second straight victory. Crown land was
claimed out of the race for $12,500 by Trainer Bobby AUTO INSURANCE

Cramer in the interests of Owner R. Johnson. Check oiv new, lower rate and easy financing
Jockeys Jacinto Vasquez and Ronnie Turcotte IMMEDIATE SR>22 FILING
have finished their five-day supensions and returned to sa e. Bring this ad to our office and receive a free gift
action on Thursday's program. The Gamma Tau Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha
D. Goodman and Son Inc.
The combination"of Jockey Sam Boulmetis and Sorority at Bethune-Cookam College, in an assembly ,
"Insurance, Real Estate, Mortgage"
Trainer Eddie Yowell who have teamed up to score program, recently, sponsored a special Christmas party
Business member AH People Democratic Club
many noteworthy victories over the years, nothced their for the elderly people of Bryant Home for the Aged, and 2688 NW 62nd Sreet OX 1-0380
first success of the Tropical meeting on Wednesdaywhen children' from the local nurseries. The affair was com-
Lightning Miss won the eighth race. plete with a "real live Santa Claus," played by Barbara .

Tuesday, January 11th has been proclaimed Home- Walls, shown above.Longhornl.

stead Day at Tropical Park and Mayor William F. Dick-
inson will be on hand to make the presentation in the
Madam Modonna
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16 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 7, 1966 .

$30 billion Negro Market, Remains Largely Untapped: I

and the value of your producthe -
t Void is more likely to remain a
Lack of Imagination Creates '
loyal customer than is his
white conterpart. lie is zeal See Better

\ in Marketing to Negro CommunityNEW 9usly brand of special conscious'deals', suspicious and-

of skepticism. His attitude is less likely to be wooed by
YORK A serious The logical starting point Homes
labels and
private cut-rate
show me. But once he is
, void in' the marketing plans for an institutional or product bargains." _'
I k of most U. S. companies is sales program is. of course, a .sure of your--sincere interest-
providing some firms with an !study' of the market "Con-
unparallel opportunity to get cepts" advises. Not a superficial $100 DOWN NO CLOSING COSTS
the lion's share of a burgeoning skimming of published
segment of the population, material: 1. but an interpretationof EDISON Specials DRIVE BY COMPARE
with purchasing power rapidly the market as it applies to -
the $30 billion\ a company's products or ser '
approaching mark. vices. Further since the Ne- 1830 NW 52 St..3. bedroom; bath

According to "Concepts," gro viewpoint is the essential OPEN 1 TO 5 SUNDAY 1250 NW 86 St.............. $75.00 pays all
a newsletter published by the ingredient in this picture it 356 NW 59 STREET
financial-industrial public relations should be wise to includea 5530 NW 17 Ave..3 bedroom
$450 down, FHA. 2 bedrooms, CBS home. Fla room
L. Negro consultant in the research -
Straus Associates firm of ,Irving Inc., and group. .: plus detached opt. No closing costs. 8800 NW 14 Ave.............$13,000 total

circulated to more than 7,500 Barring adverse publicity :. OPEN AFTER 1 P.M. SUNDAY 8920 NW 14 Ave.............Below FHA I
hiring other of
"in- on or areas
corporation presidents
fluencrmg and capturing this discrimination,communicationwith 1938 NW89 TERRACE 1440 NW 89 St...............No Qualifying
market is not a matter of just the Negro market with : 2 CBS houses, $13,000 total. $400 down. FHA. No
throwing a switch. It calls Negro..or ented media is the .: closing costs. Nice corner. City water. 1470 NW 89 St...............$85 Pays all

for techniques.different and imaginative surest"Concepts"way to pointed establish out.raport To- : OPEN AFTER 1 P.M. SUNDAY 9011 NW 15 Ave............$68.95 monthly

day, there are more than 700 335 NW43 STREET 9011 NW 16 Ave..4 bedroom, 2 bath
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there are basic communication weekly and semi-wceklynews- -----"-"--- -- THIS '..VSEK'S' SPECIAL
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pinted out. "Business and Giant 3 !bedroom, 2 bath,. like new, .
tional' magazine, Ebony, 546 NW 50 St. No qualifying small down : ,
industry cannot hope to In- pay. water built-in kit- .
claims leadership by more city city sewers,
thru S merit. Newly decorated. $12,500
fluence Negro thinking than half of the Negro house- total. A good deal. chen, FHA $12,500no closing costs, I
white-oriented media i and
holds in 78 cities.
major $71.92 Call now for details!!!
eyes. New bridges must be Advertising (with Negro 431 NW 58 St. CBS Duplex. $12,500 (less than mo.
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of these is that of
the bcRinning. Depending on down, no closing costs.
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