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Title: The Miami times
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Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: January 14, 1966
Frequency: weekly
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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).
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Vol. 43, No. 20 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 1966 PAGES 15*



I', GEORGIA LEGISLATURE RtfUJ&W J BOND I



he loathed war and admired persons

with the conviction. to
CORE Sues
to Integrate burn his own draft card.
31 r
J'fr 1 The 25-year-old Bond said,

'.' .. )i:' f Florida Prisons "I can't but believe that this
", "'1i1!! :" ,, action is racist in nature."
;" ,1j .. He is information officer of
.
". 0':' CORE attorneyJohn Due of
'' 'c. ''' t. :L''' Tho Congress of Racial by
.
3'i i'.1') '!.'" : He is suing in the Student Non-Violent Coordinating
Tallahassee.
'
has filed suit in Federal
.' Equality -
i\ .1 I:
: I. Sj; '! Court asking integrationof behalf of a Negro youth, James Committee.
"' t ; Florida state prisons..Th 0I Fortson "'of Havana, Fla., who Rep. George Bagby told the

., ,...,..,. ,...,. .:.. .. ,, demand came In a $100,000 is imprisoned in the Gadsden House before it voted Bond out
r. .' ... '. stockade. that "we have been used.
damage suit brought against County
,",,iff ; i'I' '' .... I Oadsdcn County, Fla.,officials SNCC is in debt. we are fixing
,. .. ",, ,; ; to give them a martyr and acause
"., -JULIAN---. ... BOND .-
,
: A newly-elected Atlanta "I want Mr. Bond to know
rrI4 5 farm laborers Killed Negro legislator was refused that I am being used, but I
'
\'. >. his lOaf Monday night in the can't go home .and' face my
: people knowing hat some of ..-
A a:
Georgia House of Representatives -
;,'f'\\ 4 Injured in Crash because he said he admired them are dying in Viet Nam.
..ijl draft card burners and "He is not entitled to his
ifi'j '. seat. I could not stand to look
,'l>>", he wouldn't fight in Viet Nam.
:fiJir! ; '/ Five West Indian sugar laborers Rep.-elect Julian Bond's at him myself in the mirror in

I were killed and four rejection was expected to result -, the morning if I. voted to seat -"
<< seriously injured last Tuesday in massive demonstrations him," said Bagby.Courtordered .
near Belle Olade when
< of the state capitol and a fierce reapportionment -
their station wagon went out of the House which
round of legal fights. He is an ti
of control and crashed into a Atlanta civil rights worker.A divided Atlanta into many.districts

1ree. special House committee and sent seven Negroesto
The accident occured at the House and two to the
.'S \. voted 184-12 in a report that
'. \.' 9:50 a.m. on wet State Road Bond was unfit to'serve in the Senate-"gave us the infamous

... ... 80, as the ailing men were -.dk!' Legislature. Bond did not com- Mr, Bond," another lawmaker
being taken to a doctor for a "
4 ment immediately. said.
New students for the win Ray Aranha heads the dra- checkup. t
.
Negroes said they will
.." An angry lawmaker from the
ter-spring term of the Pine matics. He is planning several Killed instantly were Clif '"' "-"
., a march the
'c '
on
floor of the House shouted, stage protest
.. : L
Arts Conservatory .m register children's productions for ford Atkinson, 38; Robert Ben- I need Capitol and boycott OxKgia
"We don't Mr. Bond.
,
Jan. 8'between..and*'12 the sprin g. jamin, 25, and Samuel Wil- you products. Hialawyers said
at the school's two locations: Classes begin this Saturday liams, 30, Clinton Murdock ..... Nine other Negro legislatois -
took the oath of office they would take Bond's case
North-327 NW 62nd St.; South and each Saturday thereafter 38, was dead on arrival at St. into ('
federal court as soon as
Monday. But Bond chose to
First Unitarian Church t throughout; the year until Mary's Hospital in West Palm
the could be drawn.
stick by the statements that papers
7701 SW 76th Ave. the .beginning June. Thoro--Beach. Isaiah Bulgln, 29, was

Classes in piano. ,.recorder, is -a special program each dead on arrival at Olades Gen- w % -
dance 0 art and drama .are week for children of pre-school eral Hospital in Be11eJllttde. + 4 t /k, ; (|

\ taught by qualified artiat'" IUS- age. It is an 'exploration in the ,Most,of the' men were from : Housing nof'awJ
ician .instructors at this, none. arts that includes music Jamaica. They were employedat : '; '
profit institute for the creative dance and art. Older children the Florida Sugar Corp. 12 Lovely Marguerite McKain,!; ;

arts. Included among these are may enroll either in one spec- miles east of Belle Glade. will be one of the featured mo. \ HIM, Leases 132UnitsA

Olga Martinez, a specialist In ial subject or as many as three The accident occured when dels when Mt. Tabor Baptist ,' o. v.. '.N" .AL' -.w, -, ... r .. awvNp ev>,_..- I
the Robert Pace Piano Method during the rooming. Rudolph P. Tucker, the driverof Church presents a Mid-Season 132-unit apartment com- Feb. 1, but an inter-agency
Course; Arnold Grayson well Mrs. Ruth Greenfield, mus- the small bus-type station
Fashion Show, Jan.\ 16 at 3:30 plex has been taken over terncommittee has worked out
known authority on recorder ician and now on the faculty wagon tried -to avoid collision
; p.m. in the Miami Northwestern porarily by the Miami Housing Plans to extend the time W1-
Eugenia Schein, modem dance; of the Dade Junior College is with a sugar cane truck and Senior High School auditorium Authority to house 10 families der MHA control

Irene Pines, ballet; Sandy the founder of the Conservatory went headon into a tree, Flor- .. ordered to move from the path The MHA will run the units
. Warsaw, jazz. All three women which she established in ida Highway Patrol said.
.. Fashions by Lory's and of the North-South Express- as II they were regular public
in the Dance Department have 1953 under the statutes of the Tucker, 39, was taken to Hicks Kurl and Komb Soft rental units.

wide range experience in per- State of Florida. It has always !St. Mary's Hospital with a Style will share the spotlight. way.The owner has given the The new housing project

formance and choreography. been open to all people.Miss.Terrorists broken right arm. Henry Solomon All proceeds v'ill be donated uthoriP: a lease effective of 144 units at 58th, St. and

27, Ewart Afflick, 29, to Florida Memorial March 15, to the apartment at NW 26th Ave., will be ready
and Alvido Facey were admit- College. NW 16th St. off 5th Ave., the to tab caro of many of these
ted to Belle Glade Memorial families by that time
the State Road Department has
Kill Hospital with serious injuries. Is the Univ. of Miami announced. After March 15, nine of the :
, Facey was transferred to families whose income is too I
St. Mary's for an operation. really! recruiting Negro The State Road Department high to qualify for public as- '
Trooper 0. E. Shacklefordand had given the 50 families livsistance will have to find pri- t
Cpl. Dan Jackman were athletes? ing in the complex-made up Vate housing. Fifteen to 26

Civil Rights Leader the investigating officers. (See page 9)x2.45 ) of small apartments and dufamilies are yet not classi-

plexes-notice to get out by fled.RD .
-
A pre-dawnfire bomb attack He said that he was awakened ,
destroyed the home and store by gunshots about 2: 30: Million Bid on y

of a Negro civil rights leader a.m. He grabbed his shotgun

near Hattiesburg, Miss., and and fired several blasts at a yR
resulted in his death Mondayin rapidly disappearing car before 210 Public Housing
a hospital. he and his family got out ,
Along with his wife and of the burning house.

10-year-old daughter, Vernon A car, with its tires punc-
Dahmer, 58, fled from the fire tured with shotgun bullets, was Units Accepted
that destroyed their four-bed found about 2V4 miles from the

room frame house early Monday scene by officers, but they The Miami Housing Auth- families, this is the third pro-
morning. said the owner reported it was ority last Thursday accepteda ject. Two projects, with 289
Talking from his hospitalbed stolen. $2.45 million bid for con- units are now under construc-
the past president of the Dahmers 10-year-old daughter struction of 12 public housing tion and will be available in .
Hattiesburg branch of the Betty, was listed'as beingin buildings on scattered sites i the near future. Bids will betaken
NAACP told newsmen: fair condition at the hospital. with a total of 210 apartments. on the other two in the

.. "I've been active in trying Mrs. Dahmer was treated, Persons displaced by the spring.
to get people to register to and released. Their two sons, expressway and urban renewal Sofge said thel2 buildings ,

vote. People who don't vote Harold, 26, and Dennis, 12, cobstruction will be housedin under consideration will be .;
\ are deadbeats on the state. I were not injured. these apartments. placed in scattered locations

figure a man needs to do his Deputy Sheriff T. A. Wood- The contract for construc- throughout the Northwest Miami ,,
own thinking. What happenedto ward said the fire was startedby tion of the apartments will be area.IRATE. '.
us last night can happen to some type of fire bomb awarded next year at a meeting -
anybody, wMte or black. Atone thrown into the house. Laboratory of the authority to Bene- p ,
time I didn't think so, butI tests may establish the dict and Jordan of Miami, said
have changed my mind." type of bomb he said. Haley Sofge, Housing Auth- YOUTH SLAYS ,

ority director. CAR DEALERS >
They made the lowest bid. a'
CHICAGO A 25yearold 'i.. :
The highest was $2.69 million
53 Children From Chicago offered by John A. Volpe Con- draftsman, described by
relatives and friends a
. struction Co., Inc. The auth- SONJI SPLITS WITH MUHAMMAD
"quiet polite, intelligent

; Slims Visit SwedenFifty ority lion. has budgeted $2.5 mil denly and deeply turned religious"Mr. Hyde"," sud-last Pretty Sonji Clay said she wasn't happy about

Sofge said the contract week and slew three white being divorced from hubby Cassius and that she

three Negro boys and home districts. They were me t calls for staggered construc- car dealers at a West side would rather be married but judging from Friday'scourt
girls from Chicago slum dis- at the airport by their hosts. tion of the bui Idings. A third auto agendy before he, himself ruling that awarded her $15,000 a year for 10
tricts arrived in Stockholm, The trip is part of an experi- of the units will be available was slain.Accused also aIn ....
Muhammad
wonder. must $22,500
we pay
Sweden this week to stay as ment program called"Study for by October and the rest are to killer was Dennie years
guests of Swedish families for Life" which Swedish-born Mrs. be completed within two years. Dean Jackson, son of a Pen- attorneys' fees and court costs for her. Clay'

two weeks. Many of them had Ingrid Nostrubala started in In a five stage program to tecostal minister, the Rev. only retort was that of a fighter "I'm just glad

never; before been outside their Chicago three years ago. build 900 units for relocated Cornelius Jackson. Iwon, whew!



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ToBeEquaI. Florida NAACP City- looking for Policewomen


Head Electedto dous nature, relieving, able- glasses. Must pass stringent
Headley an-
E.
Chief Walter
character investigation.
bodied officers fo patrol funo- A
by Whitney M. Young Jr. nounced that the Departmentis They will be also train- rigid physical examination is
tions.
National double the num- .
planning to required to qualify. A .
step into the postions complete
the ed to
Executive Director National Urban League ber of policewomen on duties of the present athletic test is also re-
force. This is the first timein and quired including
BoardNEW Monthly salary swimming
has policewomen.
there
Since bit of the is foundin over five years before appointment will be
inevitably a past always been an opening for the pos i- $409 to $497.Requirements.
the presnt, and to some degree influences the fut- YORK Members of tion. made.For
ure, it is well to reflect on some of the significant the National Association for further information in.
: Resident of quire In person at the
the Advancement of Colored Miami
events of 1965 in civil rights-now well-established as
America's most serious domestic problem.On People voting in their local The six policewomen now Dade County for one year. Civil Service Board, 3318 pan
the unfortunate branches, chose six of the ten employed are assigned both to Over 21 years of age but not American Drive, Dinner Keyor
negative side, there was the candidates seeking electionas field duty (shoplifting detail, over 30. College degree in any call HI 5-4441-
need for continued demonstrations throughout the Southto members of the associa- homicide, etc.) and office duties field or two years associate Perhaps the best reference
dramatize the still-entrenched resistence to a new tion's board of directors at- (Juvenile, Intelligence, degree of criminology. 5'4" to for this position is the fact
national morality and consensus expressed in the 1964 large. Altogether 20 persons and Research.) The new employees 5'10"-116 lbs to 166 lbs. that the present policewomenhave
Civil Rights Law. These demonstrations pointed up were elected to three-year will be assigned at 20/20 vision each eye with- been with the departmentfor
not only the continuing reluctance to grant the Negro terms on the board, four for first to duties of a nonhazarFamilies out glasses. 20/20 with five ti fifteen years.

equal opportunity in voting, but called attention to the the first time.Results .... .
series of wanton murders of both white and Negro civil of the election,
rights workers-murders that revealed a congenital announced at the NAACP an-

cruelty and an animal-like behavior on the part of a few nual showe meeting the following here, winners Jan. 3:, Being Displaced by

white citiznes. The entrenched resistance was evident Dr. Ralph J. Bunche, New
also in the tragic lack of courage and conscience on York City; Kivie Kaplan Boston

the part of many persons who for the most part remained ; Frank Reeves, Washington Urban Renewal Project

silent.Still D. C.; Theodore M. Berry
on the negative side, we witnessed a growing Cincinnati; Alfred Baker Lewis -
tendency in the North to ignore or to rationalize over, Ordenwich, Conn.; and

crowded, unspeakable segregated housing conditions, Mrs. Margaret Bush Wilson, Entitled to Relocation Payments
which inevitably give rise to segregated and inferior ,St. Louis.
community services. Farr too many people use the riots Regional representativeselected
of '64 and "Watts '65" as excuses not to become seri- to the board included 1. Reimbursement for the moving firm to provide an estimate -
Nathaniel Colley, Sacramento All persons residing in the
involved in the but rather to withdraw of the move-The of the moving cost in
ously struggle, the actual cost
Cal., Region I; Henry P. first urban renewal project,
for the Agency to con-
from it and to indict 19-million Negro citizens for the II boundaries of which extend family pays the moving firm order
Smith Pittsburgh Region ; the
desperate actions of a few. Dr. Murice Rabb, Louisville, generally from NW 22ndSt. and and presents a receipt of the firm the in writing. acceptanceof
But-se rious as these negatives are-the positive Ky., Region ffl; Miss Evelyn 21st Terrace to NW 14th St. bill to the Agency. mover.A

developments of 1965 are still the more significant and Roberts, St. Louis, Region IV; and from NW 3rd Ave. to NW 2. Fixed payment based on fixed payment of $10 will
justify beyond question the, optimism we should feel for Rutledge Pearson, Jacksonville 6th Place are eligible for $15 per room-families having be made to families not owning -
the future. The passing of the Voting Rights Bill, I pre- Fla., Region V; James many benefits, one of whichis four rooms, may get a fixed furniture and $5 for indi-
dict, will mark the most telling blow against intoleranceand Stewart, Oklahoma City, Region a payment to cover moving payment of $60. Bathroom, viduals not owning furniture.A .
bigotry. Since public officials conceive it their VI; and Robert W. Robertson expenses, if they are requiredto closets and hallways are ex- relocation assistant from
first duty to be elected, the greatly increased Negro Norfolk, Va., Region VH. move. cluded from the room count for the Agency will visit these
-
Gilbreath of St. homes and explain these itemsin
Deborah W. The Metropolitan Dade relocation payment purposes.,
vote will toward decent and
a long discovering
go way Paul, a University of Minnesota County Urban Renewal Agency 3. Direct payment to cover greater detail. Further information -
moral qualities among present and prospective office- student, was elected as a can pay for moving expensesfor for families short of money, on relocation payments .
holders. youth member. families and individualsup arrangements may be made for may be secured at the .
The affirmative actions of the Administration, sup- Miss OUbreath,Mr. Reeves, to a maximum of $200. A the Agency to pay the mover field office located at 421 NW
ported by the unprecedented words and deeds of Presi- Miss Roberts and Mr. Pearsonare family may elect to receivethe directly. Under this arrange 19th St. The telephone number ,
dent Johnson, have given a new respectability and ur- the ,first termers. payment in one of the fol- ment, the family must get a is 3775291. 1
gency to the issue of civil rights. The various poverty At the board meeting,after' lowing ways:
adjournment of the annual
programs-public as well as private-however unjustly
maligned and however: inadequate(quantitatively and membership meeting, the following INCOME TAX CLASSESAT
elected to the
qualitativelvt have been meaningful. These programs are were
board: Dr. James T. McClendon Rutledge Wins B. T. W.
ample evidence of what can be achieved with more ex-
Detroit; Max Deldon and
perience and more resources. If the victims of povertyand Mrs. Amy Spingam, both 'of, All persons interested in
oppression are given the voice they deserve in the New York City; Mrs. Jessie M. learning how to file their income -
control and administration of such programs, how much Vann. Pittsburgh; Dr. J. Leon- EmancipationEssay taxes should registernow
more we could achieve) Idas Leach Flint Mich., and by calling Clifford Mat-
The increased concern and positive action on the Dr. J. ML>,Tnsley! Richmond thews, Community School director -

part of a great many of the country's leading businesses, Va.Each Contest at Booker T. Washington -
even though still far from adequate, does reflect a turn year one-third of the High School. A special
in the road, not only in employment and training poli- 60/member board is elected. I session or class for businessmen -
The full board consists of 21 I will be taught by instructors -
cies, but in the important influence this sector has on regional members,three youth, The Emancipation Day Jackson High, took second from the Internal Revenue
community attitudes and institutions.Most celebration sponsored jointlyby Valerie Grant president -
18 at-large and 18 elected by place. Office. Fred Johnson and Carl
encouraging in 1965 was the desire shown by the board. Miami Frontiers International of the Senior YTeenswas Williams will teach classes
Negro citizens to play a constructive role in his own and YMCA on Jan. 1 at third. dealing with the short and
destiny. Evidence was provided to indicate that ghetto St. Paul 'ME Church was an The awards were presentedby long forms. Classes begin

youth, given the opportunity, would rather build than FOR SALE inspiring affair and was well Garth C. Reeves, presidentof Wednesday Jan. 26 at 7 p.m.
burn-would rather work than loaf. Negro adults demon- attended. the Miami Frontiers International phone FR 72536.
strated their ability and their capacity to participate intelligently WYNN BUILDING CORP. The invocation was given Adult classes are begin-
by the Rev. T. C. Kelly,
in the policy-making and in the administratuon OFFERS tor of Paul pas- The program was presidedover ning also and are begging for
St. and the occa-
by E. N. Taylor. Other of these
of remedial, corretive, self-help programs.In HOLIDAY SPECIALS!! sion was given by Mrs. Lem- Annie students. Most free.
1965, unfortunately, we heard too much of the mie Mitchell chairman of the participants were: classes are absolutely
HOMES Turner, Michael Cunningham, desired to
NEW have
If ever
tragedies and the cruelties; of the hopeless and the Area Committee Northwest School you
Miami Jackson High education now
invest in
We heard little of the and the 1147 NW 46th Street YWCA. your
angry. too cooperation Center chorus and Mrs. Hubert Hill,
the course
is the time. Name
successes; of the barriers that had been removed and 4 central bedrooms heat., Fla$107 rm.mo., gorog., The feature of the occasionwas Program Director Northwest that you want-and we will
the doors that had been opened. an oratorical contest in Center YWCA. them for Opportunities -
1042 NW 50th Street get you.
Nineteen hundred and sixty-five had its negativesand 3 bedrooms, Fla rm.ga- which each student participating The subjects the speakersused come once to some of us-
its positives-which simply means the year had rage central heat, screen historical presented information some phase of were: "Landing of the many opportunities "for self-
some bad people and some good people. As we look to patio. $103 mo. Luxury llv- leadingup Slaves 1619;" "The Negro advancement never come. To-
1966 we have expectant hopes that the few who do bad, IIn'. to the emancipation of the and White Abolitionists," day is yours! Call Fr 72536for

and the few who do nothing, will be outweighed in num- BARGAIN CORNER Negro.Henry Rutledge, high "Lincoln the Emancipator," further information about
Only two! Almost new re- a "Events Leading to the Civil
bers by the great many who do something. This is an possession Save thou school student of specch and War;" "The 100Years Struggl e adult education and recrea
opportunity for individuals, and for the entire nation. sands. Act fast on these drama won first prize. Alvin for Freedom." tional classes.
extra speleol bargains. McDuffie._ P resident of th e
J E 1.6902 235-2958 Thespian Club and member of JI r r
A U _
the debating team at Miami r i I

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I _.. THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 14, 1966 3



Tuskegee Students .. Florida CongressmanAppoints I



Demand Death i l Negro Page


,
" Fred Calvin King Jr., a 31 working as a typist. "He is
For Slayer :t r, senior at new Stanton High one of the finest young em-
School in Jacksonville has ployes have had," said Ben
I I 'A'It. .., }!, been appointed a page to the nett. "lie learned to type when
Tuskegee, Ala. Sheriff fist Church in Tuskegee, at- V it r7 AM Y1
r91 him last fall that I planned
Harvey Sadler said Wednesday tracted an overflowing crowd. : House by Florida Rep. CharlesE. I told -

night that a white gas station The Rev. S. P. Martin, .: Bennett. to appoint him."
Bennett believes he is the
admitted eulogized Young, as a .' ''' I
attendant that he pastor .
/ The 17-year-old King will first Southern lawmaker to ap-
fired the pistol shots that young man who was willing : ; .Vii;:> ""
.,.,;; ; ; > : serve as a House page for a point a Negro page to the
"to lose his life for : ; ;'!i'i'
a great
killed Institute ')1t'ri
a Tuskegee ) \ ,
; month with the
? l i'Aif' !:: beginning Monday House. He usually rotates
," referring to his active '' I..i'-';; ,
student. cause g ,
t ,..,; i ,k the opening of Con ares s. job on a monthly basis among
'
.i
participation {in the civil rights ,
Sadler said the service station .-.t..vc!, .- .ie King has been on Bennett's outstanding high school stu
attendant, Marvin Segrest struggle. .' ,', "i"'i I ,
t\1. ;' congressional staff since Dec. dents.
67, told officers he did not .-> :.,: '::: '.:. 'if'' .; ,'. ,
:.. :
Newsmen were told by Sad- '
think he had shot the Negro w. '

until the body was found in a ler had that harrassed Segrest him said quite Young a bit '\ : J( I"J: } ,' "''" /I I ;, Mt. Tabor
taxi stand driveway about 80 1, '! ; Presents
:.
to 100 feet from time to time, and an argument ,,.. .
"
away.Tuskegee .,, ." I
between
students have developed Fashion ShowMt.
been demdhstrating since the them Monday night.

incident demanding that the The sheriff added that LONG DISTANCE HO- lowing his daughter attend
slayer be given the death there were reports that the dis- NOREETwentysix Tabor
pen- -year- integrated Mississippi classes Baptist Church College. I
ty. pute arose over the way Young old Marian Elizabeth Wright preventedher attendance.So will present a Mid-season
Twenty-one-year-old Samuel had parked his car and became NAACP Legal Defense Fund she talked long distance Fashion Show for the benefitof Tickets may be secured ah
Young Jr., was buried last bitter in a controversy over attorney in Jackson, Miss., with Betsy Talbot Black- Florida Memorial College Mt. Tabor, 1701 NW 66th St.,
Wednesday afternoon. Funeral use of the rest room of the gas was named "one of the four of St. Augustine, featuring 691-8732 Lory's Fashion
services at Mt. Olivette Bap station. most exciting girls" this well, editor-in-chief, former fashions by Lory's and Hicks Shop, 6112 NW 7th Ave., 757-
week by editors of MADE Metropolitan Opera Soprano Kurl and Komb Soft Style, 4523 Hicks Kurl and Komb
MOISELLE Magazine. How- Rise Stevens, center, and Sunday, Jan. 16 at 3 p.m. in Beauty" Salon 5550 NW 17th
Gustav Heningburg, assis- the auditorium of Northwestern Ave., 691-7361 and 3 p.m.
ever, courtroom
behalf appearancein tant to the president of the High School. Sunday, Jan. 16 at the door
of a Negro father
Mayor Says Negroes beaten Christmas eve for al-, Legal Defense Fund. All proceeds will be donated of Northwestern High Schoolfor
'
to Florida Memorial a donation of $1.00.
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Exploited in Drug Buys. .

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The report of a survey 'Trade name drugs are'the '
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sponsored by Miami Mayor commercial names used by Poultry! II"t.t.to wall) carpeting, 5861 N.W. 17TH AVENUE"
Robert King High, charged drug companies and sellers for
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Monday,:that, Dade County and higher prices," he said. Home of U'3uy..'Em, We-Fry/Em>, telephone and private bath CERTIFIED PERSONNEL

Florida drug buyers :are forcedto Senior citizens and Negroes in every room. HOT LUNCHES

pay 200 to 400 per cent for suffer most from unfair drug ,.. ,' '' POX LUNCHES 'TOGO, ': PICKUP SERVICE
$6 & $8 PER DAY
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half-completed survey to a "There is absolutely no R. E. Copeland, Sup.
U.S. Senate subcommittee investigating difference between the generic FARRINGTON, PROP -
unfair drug prices. and trade name drugs."
The prospective candidatefor High also found wide dif- '

governor also charged the ferences in prices of a speci- \ /

state drug purchasing practices fied drug for pharmacy to pharmacy t. .
with wasting millions of tax : and in the price of prescriptions -

dpllars annually,,.., r ,, of an identical }
Speaking in.his ,law, office' generic drug from, drug ,store, 'i ,
Monday afternoon, behind a to"drug store. .
table filled with pill-stuffed The report said that a ge- ,
vitals, High displayed his neric name purchased at a \ I I

findings: pharmacy in the Negro district WHY PAY RENT? /
Picking two vials off the .cost $3.00. The same amountof iI
table, he said, "I bought these< the same drug bought by
this morning myself. They hold generic name in a white neighborhood -
the same amount of the same 1 drug store cost $1.50.

drug.This one cost $2. 0. This !High Financed, the survey personally started Satur-by home for little
asA
one cost $7,20." i day with teams of drug-buyers, own your I own as
High said the difference- i representing the Southwest and.
tween the two is that the highly priced one carried a brand name and the cheaper one is ::Senior Citizens including the

bought under its generic name. ]Negro community-all buying]
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4 THE MIAMI TIMES.. Friday.. January. 14.. 1966 FHILOSSOFER
tests ,
course examinations,aptitude tests, achievement Real Estate

and so on.The Whenever segregationists
r Office of Education, working with the Carnegie tell me that God did not intend

I'H. I Corporation and four testing firms, is attempting to Courses at for human beings of different
designed to colors to mix, they
develop a randow sample testing program Invariably
alleviate fears and to answer the critics' objections. Junior CollegeFive quote from Acts 17.36: 'And
E. SIGISMUND REEVES Editor and Publisher is the hath made on one blood all
We that such a national testing program nations -
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor believe of men for to dwell
obtain much needed inform ation. of the six courses required on all
WILLIAM W. Me BRIDE, City .Editor_ most effective way to are in the Miami-Dade Junta the face of the earth, and hath
relied
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers AssociationSUBSCRIPTION ,, Individual achievement tests, now upon, College's Real Estate Education detrrmined the time before ape
inadequate to provide a national assessment.While the Certificate program pointed, and the bounds of

RATES more comprehensive and reliable methods proposed by will be offered during the their habitation."

ONE YEAR$5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN S6.0C I,, former Commissioner Keppel could conceivable be mis- winter term, L. W. Henderson, As yet, not one quoter has

't used, promised congressional scrutiny should minimize director of the M-DJC's Divis- given me ''a satisfactory expla.
Entered os' S.cond Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Pos possible
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 Let us collect whatever information we need to announced today.. me first, these half of words this scripture.describe To

Office nt 6740 NW 15th Avenue Phone OX 1.0421 provide educational excellence for all of America's ment They, Legal are Property Aspects,Manage-Tech- oneness of all mankind. the

children. niques of Selling, Appraisalsand Man has been given the
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" Sales. All are continuing thinking mind, and should he
The NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead[I Christian Science Monitor education (non-credit) courses,, use this faculty, he would discover
the world from racial and national antagonism when it accords fallacies
many
Real Estate Sales, designed in the
to every man regardless of race, creed or color hli i
segregated
those planning to take interpretation
human and fearing no man-th<' for of
rights.
legal Hating no man
An old friend Osborne T. Poitier, ex-vice presidentof the Florida Real Estate Com- this scripture. In the first
Negro Press strives to help every man In the firm belief that
all men are hurt as long as anyone Is held back. National DistributorsNew England Division, Bridge- mission examination for a place, anthropologists have
port, Connecticut, was a pleasant visitor at the Times salesman certificate, will be ascertained that civilization
office on Monday. available al all three M-DJC began in one area of the earth
POLICE WOMENThe Centers. North Campus classes possibly Africa. Therefore,
will meet on Fridays, 7 to according to the interpretationman
police department has opened its doors for 10 p.m. beginning Jan. 7. should have remained

more women and is now seeking six between the age of Allen Lists Conference Monday night classes are there, as some did. Secondly,
21 and 30. Salary will be from $409 to $497 a month. scheduled for Miami Beach a study of the history of man

If you have lived in Dade County for at least a year, Center, 1419 Drexel Ave. and that the various ethnic groupsof

you are eligible for the job. Itinery HereBy for Palmetto Center, 7460 SW 'mixed"the world and that have many long of been the
118th St.Real.
Other qualifications include a college degree or a Estate Property Man- mixtures have brought forth

two-year associate degree in criminology. being offered for the:i I men of higher intelligence than
Rev. J. E. S. Ray Feb. 11-13 Bethel, Key agement,
At the present time six assigned to had been known before.
women are will be
The Rev. Frank Arthur West, Rev. B. L. Davis, 907 first time this term,
the field and office duties. Height and weight require- Allen, presiding elder of the Thomas St. CY 6-2106. taught on North Campus on Third: the segregationistuses

ments are 5 ft. 4 ins. to 5 ft. 10 ins. Weight: 116 to Miami District and presiding Feb. 13, 3:30 p.m. St. Wednesday nights beginning. the above mentioned

166 lbs. elder of the Bahamas Paul, Marathon, Rev. Hector Jan. 12.Also. scripture to cover the American
has listed his itinerary' local Smith, 3530 NW 208th Terr. on Wednesdays, North situation, that the Negrodoesn't
conferences for the first Campus will be Legal Aspectsof belong here. If the
POLICE SHAKE UP Feb. 18-20, St. Paul, Coconut
quarter of 1965-66 as follows: Grove, Rev; T. E. Real Estate, taught by Ed- Negro (who was brought here
Police Chief Headley has announced promotion of Dec. 17-19. Bethel Goulds Wright, 3680 Thomas Ave, ward L. Me Gill and Tech- against his own will) doesn't
eight officers and re-assignment of six others. Headleysaid Rev. L. Holmes, 21799 SW 4482742.Feb. niques of Selling with James belong here, what about the

there were some retirements and other things they 118th Ct. 7-3962.. 27, Hurst Chapel, 0. Walters as instructor. white man who not only came
Dec.24-25,Mt. Zion Home- B. Prussiano will of his own free will, but who
Joseph
had been planning to do to put people in a more proper Penine, Rev. W. L. Allen, ,
stead, Rev. H. W. Zanders conduct Monday night classesin caused the Indians to become
10080 W. Jassimine St., Per-
slot. The is to make the effec-
object
department more 247 SW 4th Ct. 248-1725. i rine, CE 5-6174. Appraisals, beginning Jan. displaced in his own native

tive. Dec. 26, Allen Chapel. Key Feb. 27, 3:30 p.m.. P. M. 10, North Campus.In land?
Changes include Major Paul Denham in charge of Largo, Rev Luther J. Lee, ]Leroy Mission, Rev. Leroy addition, Public Speaking If we are to accept the seg
traffic section replacing Youell; Asst. Chief' A. W. .2300 Ali Babai. Ave.Opa-i 1 Washington 255 NW 152nd St., required by the Real Es- regationist's interpretation of
Anderson demoted to major in charge of research; Ma- 'loclca. I 3pa-locka. 681-9545. tate Education program, will Acts 17-26, we must literally
jor R. N. Eddy who held the research job and major's. Jan. 7-9, St. John South be offered on three campuses give the country back to the
.>Miami Rev. J. R. Campbell In- Indians.
Damler
with Josephine
rank since 1962 has been reassigned as a patrol lieu- .
461 SW 59th Place.
6679985.Jan. structing. Class schedules are
tenant.
9, St. Stephens, Lib- North Campus, Thursdays;
Major OLE. Caudell, commander of the inspectionunit MORE CONFERENCE LISTS WILLIE MAE Beach Center, Mondays; Pal

replaces Anderson as assistant chief; Lieut. Mal- erty City, Rev. A. Gallon CARSWELLFormelyof metto, Wednesdays.Fee EXPERTSHOE REPAIRING

colm Gracy of internal security, promoted to major and 3208 NW 52nd St., Miami. | Simons Housef for each of these At Reasonable Prices/
courses is $5. Quality It our trade mark
given Caudell's inspection post; filling Major Harrie'splace 6348877.Jan. .
will be Major N. A. Home; Major C. W. Price will 14, Martin Memorial. Beauty is now at a new SHOES SHINED'AND DYED

be in charge of personnel. Capt. E. W. Owens promotedto Richmond Heights, Rev. H. H. I oration: Shoe Craft expert to recover
Johnson, 14740 Lincoln Blvd. : shoes with the
your
major replaces Price as detective cheif; Capt. Jack 238-0444. I Rouge Box Beauty Shop REDUCELost fabric of your dress. Dyeingof

Maddox commander of a patrol shift becomes deputy Jan. 21-23, Greater Bethel, 6412 NW 15th Avenue vp to 6 pounds leather and fabric shoes

commander under Horne. Other promotions are Lt. Sher- Miami, Rev. Sylvester A. Cou- Phone 696.6091 HEELS HALF SOLES
man Holland to lietuenant and officers Willis Enochsand sin, 243 NW 8th'St. 371-2406. WEEkLY WHOLE SOL ESAL'S

Edward McDermott to sergeants. Jan. 28-30. St. Luke Miami 1545 S. W. ht Street REPAIR
Rev. W. A. Curry 4414 FR 3.2748 SHOE
11th Place. 6020 NW 7th
NW NE 46036. Avenue
COUNCIL CELEBRATESThe
Jan. 30, 3:30 p.m., Bethel Opposite Lincoln Nat'l Bank
Hialeah, Rev. Henry Evans, GirlsDialAJob CR. LONG'S CLINIC AL WILLIAMS OWNER
,
Greater Miami Council of Churches will cele- 1829 NW 66"th St. 6918563.

brate its 20th Anniversary on Tuesday, February 1st. -

with a banquet in the Banquet Hall at Miami Springs THANK YOUTo

Villas, 500 Deer Run. 667-3601

The principal speaker will be Dr. Forrest C. Weir, all of my family and MEN WOMEN
General Secretary of the Council of Churches in Southern many; friends who rememberedme Immediate work with

California. Dr. Weir is the man who first conceivedthe on my birthday and at, BEST PAY.
Chrsitmas, I wish to sincerely SUCCESS thru KNOWLEDGEWE
idea of this council while serving as pastor of thank you. Special thanks to So. Miami Em ployment|

Plymouth Congregational Church in Coconut Grove. Mrs. Lena Heastie, a long 5610 Sunset Drive THOROUGHLY TRAIN YOU FOR HIGHER
The Council was organized at Central Baptist time friend. PAYING JOBS IN INDUSTRY. 'CIVIL SERVICE

Church, February 1, 1946. Mrs. Henrietta Sweeting "Come ready to work" AND BUSINESS
Tickets are $5.00 each.Table reservations can be

made. The Council's office is at 309 Huntington Build- IBM Machine Training IBM Machine' Training

ing, Miami 31, Florida. Computer Data Programming IBM Data Processing
Processing IBM Kay Punch
Accounting Executive Secretory
Business Admin Medical' Secretary
TESTING ONE, TWO WE NEED A GOODSALESMAN Drafting Legal Secretary
Mechanics Court Reporting'
No organization in America has any accurate data Air Conditioning, Busin.ss'CourseiRefrigeration

whereby to assess how well the nation's schools are Bookkeeping'

teaching reading, writing, arithmetic, or any other sub- Heating .Accounting
ject in the curriculum. It is Impossible to tell precisely Vogue Charm
whether new teaching methods actually result in ($8,000 to $10,000 CALIBER) & Modeling

more effective education. w e.r. r.PLACEMENT .
FREE JOB
We have no statistics showing over-all improve- Exceptional opportunity for an ambitious man CNM 1
ment in pupil performance such as are available, for tMtlettt a
to develop weekly earnings of $160-200 enrolling 4-
example, to chart economic productivity. We have only SERVICE
vague notions regarding national and regional trends. students for Home Study courses. Generous

Given the vast sums of federal money now being commissions, field training and many fringe l
DAY t EVENING CUSSES NOW FORMING
channeled into state and local schobl programs around and bonus benefits. You get qualified leads to
the country, it is important to know where these fundsare
most needed and in what ways they can best be work on. Our present staff closes a sale on one CALL OR WRITE AOA-7840

spent. The United states Office of Education is, there- out of every four of these calls. So can you! '

fore, proposing a national educational testing program AMERICAN .; .".

designed toprovide a sound basis for determining needs No Canvassing- House To House Work .

and assessing results of financial and educational as- TRAINING
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sistance. Experience not necessary if you have ambitionand I

The of a national testing has, CENTER ,
program
concept '
are sincere. Work full or part time. Phone 1I'.I'ITI..I..t... .... 0'.
however into considerable oppositi n.The National
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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday. January 14. 1966 5L

JAMES E. SCOTTRECREATION

NEWSThe

activities, special
f/ 1. events, tournaments and con-
tests for the week of January
3-8, 1966 were as follow:
First and Second Grader
Al and Angela Almore of Philadelphia are down fo Girls Table Bowling Contest:

a couple of weeks, and will be joined by their daughter r, Winners: Ist-place-Karen Sam-
Sarah Ann White on the weekend. Al is a member of th>e pson; 2nd place-Kimberlyn
DoReMeTrio. Bannerman; 3rd placeBrid-
gette Davis; Honorable men
tion; Tunise Davis, conductedy
Hazel Davis is convalescing at home after surger1at by Miss Gray.
Cedars of Lebanon. First and Second Grade

Boys. Four Square Tournament.
Blanche Dean was hostess to the Cwest Club 0 n Winners: 1st place-Carl
Tuesday evening at her home on NW 10th Avenue. Fisher; 2nd place-Calvin Hester -

; 3rd place-Leonard Jones.
Oral and Marian Allen have moved into their new Conducted by Mr. Gordon.
home at 1471 NW 179th Street. Third and Fourth Grade
Girls. Table Bowling Contest
Mrs. Edythe Brannon is still elated over her visi!t 1st place-Wendy Davis; 2ndy
with the C. A. Darlings of Nassau during the holidaj place-Romona Davis; 3rd
season. place-Donnis ThompsonHonorable -
mention Stephanie Scott. #
Mr. and Mrs. Horatio (Irene) Burroughs spent the Third and Fourth Grade ;...-:" _____ __....:.....:..... <_ __ __-' .1..w: :
yuletide season in Nassau. Boys Horseshoe Tournament.1st .
place-Gerald Harris; 2nd These little ballerinas presented their first garden performance of "The Nut-

Gwen Welters was hostess to MRS on Saturday place-Herbert Clark; 3rd place cracker Suite"during the Christmas holidays. The class is taught by Miss Hesterine
evening at her home, 5900 NW 50th Street. Calvin Hart. Conducted by Mr.Pittman of 5222 NW 30th Avenue.

Smith. First Row: Alvina Tillman, Freda Waiters,June Fisher, Alicia McCants, Dorothy
Little Chandra Wright entertained a few friends o n Fifth and Sixth Grade Girls 'Wilkes, and Miss Pittman.
Sunday to celebrate her sixth birthday. Table Bowling Contest. 1st
Second Row: Rose Ferguson, Michele Davis, Heather Buchanon, Patrice Stra-
place-Bemice Lynes, 2nd place
chan, Valerie Thomas, Gloria Page and Mary Tillman Photo by Johnson of Miami.
Houseguesting with Mrs. Charles (Mayme) Williamsin ; Debris Thompson; 3rd place-
her Richmond Heights home are her mother, Mrs Velda Bates. ..
Mayme Tarlton and Miss Albertine Edmonson, a retired There were two clubs or-
social worker from New York City. ganized this week. They are: University Women Meet at Barry Saturday
Junior Club, 7-9th gradeI -

Mr. and Mrs. Alvin B. Lewis of Washington, D. C I girls. Officers i : Stephaniei The Miami branch of the principal of South Miami Charlotte Clark principal
spent their honeymoon at the DeLido Hotel, Miami:i'Lynes, president; Bernice: American Association of Junior High School, is Charles P. Drew Elementary
Beach. Alvin is the nephew of Mrs. Samuel (Cornelia']) Love,secretaryHe'enWilliams University Women plans a chairman and moderator. School.
Glenn. treasurer; Geneva.Lynes, sar- meeting at Barry College Mrs. Hazel Troy, director "The Junior High School"
geant-at-arms. Jan. 15 at 10 a.m. of Elementary Schools for will be the topic of Mrs.
Girl Scouts, their leaders and friends of Sunny Pine Senior Club: 10-12th Grade The topic for the occasion the South Central District Michelle Shimp, elementaryis
Neighborhood had their community action program and i girls. Linda Bently, president; Education: An Antidote to will discuss "Meeting the guidance and visitation
exhibit at Verrick Park on Saturday. Mrs. Charles I Josephine Rahming. secretary; Poverty. A panel discussion Needs of the Secondary teacher assigned to J. R. E.
Finklestein Veronica Robinson, treasurer; will be sponsored by the' Schools." Lee Elementary School.
was guest speaker.
Allie Mae Valentine, aaraeantI -
study group on education. "The Program Headstart"Miss
.. Mayme Williams, the go-go girl, was in Tampa on at-arms. Christine Young, will be discussed by Mrs.
The Junior and Senior Girls
Thursday attending funeral of Mrs. Emma Daniels,' m
Clubs will have a car wash
cousin of hubby Charles; on Sunday in Gainesville a 5
every Saturday, beginning Jan. NICHOLSON-PRATT
guest speaker for Founders Day of the Alpha Kappa I 16 at Scott Housing ParkingLot WEDDING AUTO INSURANCE
Alpha Chapter there.
7200NW 22nd Ave. 10 a.m.
to 4 p.m.. Price is 50*. Twen- Miss Pearl R. Nicholson Check oil* new, lower rates and easy financing
Sincere sympathy to the Paschal, Johnson, Glen ty-five cents extra if the patrons and Hermis Pratt were joined IMMEDIATE SRi22 FILING
Ford, Shepherd families. bring their polish and the in Holy Matrimony Monday, Bring this ad to our office aDd receive a free gift
girls do the waxing. Jan. 3 at Temple Baptist
Friends of Mrs. Janie Henderson are happy to hear The Fifth and Sixth Grade Church, Rev. L. A. Thompson D. Goodman and Son, Inc.

she's at home. again' .pfter being confined to Jackson. Girls and Teen Girls are rehearsing officiating. The attendants ."In.u+rance, Real Estate, Mortgage"BurineM
I R fortheir St. Valentine's were Mr s. Hazel M. Miller, member All People Democratic Club
Congratulations. Alice D. Harrison who has been I play which will be presented Moses Flewelin and L. Pratt. 2688 NW 62nd Sreet OX 1.0380
appointed District Guidance Specialist. Mrs. Harrison I Feb. 14, 1966 under the direc- A number of the couple's c'
is the former students activities director at North Dade tion of Miss Bannerman. friends were present.
High School.

Mr. Gray, ReporterANNOUNCEMENT
Osborne Poitier, former Miamian is visiting his old

home town for a few days. j PROfILE OF I ,tA1r


Phaion and Hortense Hyche of Baltimore, Md. The monthly Union of the

spent the holidays with their parents on 48th Terr. Ushers' Federation Associa- BONDED RENTAL I
While in the city their daughter, Phaedra Cecilia was tion will be held January 23 ( ?
christened by Father Sands. The God-parents are at 3 plm. It will be held at .'
James and Anita Johnson of Washington D. C. and New Mt. Calavry Baptist, 7100
NW 22nd Ave. The meet-
mass AGENCY INC.
Hallie Robinson. |
ing will be held Thursday ,
night, Jan. 20 at 8 p.m. Pleasebe
Enjoying the holidays in Nassau were JuanitaBarr present and on time. A

and Juanita Thompson, along with Maxine Suttonof very unique and elaborate program THE LARGEST RENTAL AND MANAGEMENT HOUSING
Washington D.C. They reported having a grand has been planned for
IN THE SOUTH. OPERATING IN DADE AND
time watching the Junkanoos and entertainment and your enjoyment. AGENCY

eating the native food. BROWARD COUNTIES. MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE

THAN 10,000 HOUSING UNITS.I THE HON. L. L. BROOKS,
PROGRESS is the sense of acquisition is something; LONGHORN !
PRESIDENT.
but progress in the sense of being is a great deal .: .

more. To grow higher, deeper, wider, as the years goon '
..
; to conquer difficulties, and acquire more and more I,'" R .
power; to feel all one's faculties unfolding and truth )
descending into the soul this makes life worth rco \ "; \' .
,
living. I
.1.r .
J. F. Clarke



: .: GARDENIA CLUB J
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The Gardenia Club had its /
: unveiling of the Secret Pal
party at the home of Mrs.
!i Sarah Walker. It was a casual L. L. GREEN

h affair which was enjoyed by District SuperintendentHe
everyone. Some of the smart
, fashions for the New Year 0
, modeled by our hostess Mrs. is a "Jolly: Good Fellow" in the line of service. L. L. Green is the senior

Walker. f employee of Bonded Rental Agency. He is the supervisor of the Liberty City, Brown
S There were guests from I
i North Miami, Opa-locka, Coco- Sub, and Opa Locka areas. He has a staff of efficient collectors and office person

nut Grove and Liberty City, nel.
also Miami.
The first meeting of the
year will be at the home ofJ'CAPERS LOOK AND LISTEN I

( ) Mrs. coretha Paschal of Then read about the new location For the Best in Housing Call

For the best buys I in new and/ Richmond lIeights. ,
Mrs. Edna 'Smith is presi- of the New Thrill, for
or used homes, see J. tone dent and Mrs. |Helen 1 K. Ward merly of 1486 NW 5th Place.
Universal Real Es' Bonded Rental Agency Inc.
Capers at rcMrter. Now located at 1513 NW 54th
tote, 4600 UW. 7th Avenue. Street.

Phones: 634.5705 or 7SMM2'SUPPORT' I,Home cooked food, old hickory

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$58 Per WeekIn j .
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our vommunity, where
11 11'tvt fi. the tourist comes in contact -
with those in the food Indus-
I try at least .three times a day,
it is of paramount importancefor
I heard Miami Beach Mayor Elliott Roosevelt on waiters and waitresses to
the radio program called Miami Talks over WKAT be skilled in their occupation
This was last Thursday and the They are often responsible for
mayor was talking
creating the image of
about our com-
borrowing five million dollars
from the federal
munity that the tourist carries
government to beautify Miami Beach, along with the home with him. Better! hotels P
three million dollars they already have which is re- and restaurants, knowing this
venue from their parking meters. Maybe that's what to be true, rarely hire untrained -
should happen in Brownsville. The county shouldput\ waiters and waitresses.
in some parking meters then take the money from( the For this reason, the Florida
meters and down State Employment Service has
put
some badly needed sidewalks. *
JP'V
unfilled qualified waitress li
When our children are going to school in the Ecffl
morningsthey jobs open at all times. A top- -
have ot walk in the streets. The danger of them paying occupation is 'qualified % sw

getting hit by a car can be eliminated if the county waitress' she need never / jw ft
would put in sidewalks. The parking meters could be out of a job.
pay for it. Jobs would be given to men to lay the side The Florida State Employ- VKaiw A ...i

walk and from the money they would make from the ment Service Hotel and Res- Lovely Carol .Cole (right) who makes .her movie debut in "The: Silencers'

county, then they would spend it at various places, taurant the Office U. S.in Manpower ccoperationwith Development starring Dean Martin as Matt Helm, tells Hollywood star Lee Marvin, and West Ger-

and wherever the money is spent the merchants would and Training Program man beauty contest winner Maria Brockerhooff, of her experiences in Columbia,Pic-
have to pay taxes and the taxes would be paid to the is offering a training tures' New Talent Program. Marvin, currently filming "The Professionals," starred
county and the county could buy more parking metersto course for waitresses-starting with Carol's father, the late Nat "King" Cole in "Cat Ballou," Nat's last motion
get more money to buy cement to lay those badly Jan. 17. The course will last picture. Miss Cole was the first Negro actress signed in the New Talent Program-
needed sidewalks. See Everybody wins! eight weeks, Monday through geared to provide training and opportunity to young talent, and will be seen in "The
Friday. from 8:30 a.m. 'to 3p.m. Silencers," starring Dean Martin. Miss Brockerhoof also has a part in the movie.
A training allowance is
PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Barbara Fairfax paid while learning-$28 to $58

PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Al Saunders per This week.is an opportunity to 1 I Woman Lawyer Fills Atlanta Judicial VacancyATLANTANPI

become skilled in an occupa-
MUSICIAN OF THE WEEK: Leroy Lang tion that is always in demand )- Mrs. R. She was officially sworn in death of Judge Austin T. Wal-
-and pays good money. Pruden Herndon, who has en- as judge for traffic and recorders -. den last July 2. %.
See'the MDTA Coordinatorat joyed a distinguished career court in an unprecedented Judge Walden, appointed in
QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT Now that the the Florida State Employ- as a practicing attorney and milestone for the region and February, 1964, was the first
federal government has removed the 10% entertain- ment Service Hotel and Res- outstanding civil and political the state. Negro jurist in the city's his
ment tax from all of the night clubs in the U.S.A., taurant office, 46 SW 1st St. leader, was accored another She was appointed to fill tory.
which means more night clubs will open, more musicians or call 377-2411. signal honor recently. the vacancy created by the
will be hired and more entertainers will work

more than before, now club owners can pay their helpa
decent salary. He can't tell you'that taxes are kil-
ling him. You dig?
Gene CHANDLER
Talking about salaries, how come people in the
restaurant and night club business won't pay their '

waitresses a better salary. Most places pay $2 or $3 Gene CHANDLERCHANDLER
per night, telling the girls they can make up the dif-
ference in tips. That, you know what is for the birds.
With the cost of living today a waitress shouldn't\ Gene

wprk for slave pay. She should (and this is my opinion '

) receive not less than $5.00 per day. Shucks the "'" Afffte. '
minimum wage law is $1.25 per hour and those owners .

are getting away with slave labor. Wake up girls, get ,/, Continental.fRIDAY
together. These people need you. They are making
theirs and you should be getting yours. Integrationhas
knocked out the Ritz Theatre down on 2nd Ave. OJVmffff! !

I see it has closed. Good.A .

committee to re-elect Gov. Haydon Burns gavea Promising at the very leasta

cocktail party and barbecue at Bonded Rental, 4150 laugh a minute, Thespian MISS JACKIE ROSS
NW 7th Ave on Wednesday and believe me when I tell Troupe 2585 invites you to be

you, I saw many faces that at one time was in BobHigh's in the audience to see "Bull ",
corner. Those attending, I assume will be in a China Shop," a three-act ft.'I' "
comedy by C. D. Gilford
8 "
supporting Gov. Burns. The affair was nice and well
p.m. Thursday, Jan. 20, in the kT rr."
attended by a bulk of Negroes who feel that the go- Mays auditorium. General ad-
venor has done well, and has opened many doors for mission is 50*.
Negroes since he was elected. In conversation heard Five old maid ladies, (ages
bits from certain people saying that since our mayor 65-90) rent rooms in the homeof
has been in office, he hasn't done anything for the Miss Hildegarde Neff at
Negroes of Miami and his stand on the stop and frisk 909 Sycamore Street, and amuse
themselves by "binocular-
law hurt him Plus he had his chance to put a Negroon "
watching. As a result of
the city commission. They feel he has committed their indelicate pursuits, they
political hari-cari-as far as Negroes are concerned.If see a man with a strawberry
Bob High loses the support of the Negro vote and birthmark on his body in the
gave the impression he doesn't need the Negro vote, room across the street and fall
he is in trouble. The old saying is never bite the hand in love with him.They schemeto
get him into their house
that feeds
you. and into their clutches I
Til next week, live life every golden minute of Through astute investigation
it. PEACE! I they learn he is Homocide Detective -
Dennis O'Finn. These
#" ,," " " " "I" :"sweet" old ladies promptly

decide to commit a murder-
Join the NAACP :theirs. O'Finn investigates; .r ?1 ,

._ I O'Finn: departs; another murderis
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.
T'II..r."I.I" # " *, II
I, committed. A pattern deve '

....... .. ........ ... sweet l;ops. old But ladies before murdered all the, t x

Dennis: solves the case and .
:. PARISIAN ROOM : The cast of this very entertaining p. .rN

.. comedy includes S I
:
<'N At The Fabulous :Carol Jean Smith(photo above),

: Wesley Dallas, Susan Shedd, 4"a
: DOUBLE DECK BAR Pamela Carr, Henretta Render,
Wanda Ferguson, Lula Jones, :
726 NW nTH STREET :Shirley Bennett, William Wea- : .
.iw.
NOW UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT : ;thers Cleveland Morrow, Tommy a' .4f'r t\:, f r'
.
: .. I
Denson and William Days, :) -. ot!' ',#.' ,. .
Featuring: I and is directed by Mr. Thomas, I: "' ., "\ ft ,.. ". '' .#>:r' C"J'
,
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: LITTLE WESLEY AND HIS FIVE Papino, II, former drama 1 ''I 1:1. 1 "; "
coach at Northwestern Senior /. t/ 1. ,. ,:,
BAND g'.jt; ''
SWINGINGEST CATS ; 4 ,
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High School. Curtain rises 'r4..:'Ii,,' :..."\ >'U" _OjI y. I,I. ';.. '1'tII3, ..
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Two Drinks for the Price of One Before 11 P.M. promptly at 8 p.m.LONGHORN. '

Doors Open, .. at 9:30 P.M. Until??? SAT-SUN "Selfish One' JAM 1516THE

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FIRST NEGRO mony.Mrs.. B. J. Galliot carrieda _

Harrison Named I of 6! CATHOLIC BISHOPCONSECRATED not sign choose reading any: "Jesus non-white did

I
apostles," and "Remember

Guidance SpecialistsDade In historic ceremonies at the them priesthood., 0 Lord*, that defile

w the Basilica of St. 'Louis, The other young woman I
County School Board disadvantaged Negro childrenBruce "tfew Orleans last Thursday, distributed anti-Bishop Perry C I I it itI
appointed six district guidance Wairenhofer, white, Harold Robert Perry was leaflets from the South Loui
specialists last Wed- who works in the learning lab- consecrated the first Roman siana Citizens Council,whose
at Booker ,T. Washington Catholic American Negro
oratory
Jackson Ricau was
work in
nesday to a project for leader
High, will serve in the bishop of the United States. with Mrs.
ex-communicated
disadvantaged students financed
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South Central Distrlct-tho of South Louisiana I x t i
by the federal government.Mrs. Son a Oaillot and militant segregationist -
.. Alice D. Harrison largest concentration of pover- farm worker, the 49-year-old Leander Perez of _
ty-stricken Negroes in Dade ,jfoishop is one of two auxiliary Parish.
, t' student activities director at Plaquemines
County. bishops serving under
North Dade
high Opa-locka
1 The other guidance specialists Archbishop Philip M. Han-
was added to.the list, after
will be Mrs. Carolyn nan in that archdiocese of
Supt. Joe Hall heard that Negro
Jenkins. Northeast District; more than 600,000 members.The .
leaders ewre plannin to Richard L. Cook Northwest; ceremonies were con- I SEWING MACHINE A J
protest because all of those
Donald 0. Fussell Southwest ducted principally by Arch- REPAIR SPECIAL ''if +
nominated three weeks f r1 r
ago and Julian E. Ballard South. bishop Egidio Vanozzi, nun-
were white. Supported by Elementaryand cio to the U.S., assisted by *.CI.an.d and oiled
She will serve as guidance Secondary Education Act two archbishops and aboutSO *'Adjust all tensions
specialist for the North Cen- funds they will coordinate bishops.A Check motor and Control
tral District which has many counseling service for disad- crowd of about 100, ...Check all wiring
vantaged junior and senior mostly Negroes, stood out- "Change ne.dlee
;it I
SOUTH DADE NEWS high students in their districts. side in the cold. The only .ttha g
"flies in the ointment" were Work done In your hornet
By Mr*. Soil Williams the actions of a woman who Total .41

The Sunday School of Mt. was ex-communicated in 1962 All Work Guaranteed
Moriah Baptist Church, Per- LIBCITYFRIDAY: for opposing Catholic school Domestic Sewing Center
rine, met at 9:45 a.m. with integration and another wo- CALL 634-6242 BISHOP HAROLD ROBERT PERRY
Supt. James Candate and all I man who picketed the cere-
the teachers at the posts. I
'

d 1 The' d morning b ..."..... message.........,... Rev.was Iii THIATRI y f.Ji 1:,t 1I\\\.1U. 'ftYLIUf.' 1i1l! Nnq
e A vers y .v. "
Edcar. He also deliveredthe FRIDAY & SATURDAY \ ; f/ / \ j!1 l; ;

evening message. We 3 IN COLOR 3 ::::/fA I c ,. ,(': 1 '-. .' '\I .. ..,#
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were spiritually fed by both : .I I. ...- rg-\ A
messages. May our pastor 1 \ I > :,"u
continue to preach the gos- .\".Mi'_. \ \ f'- '''1
SinaTRaHIS .4
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pel. ()l \. .
Visitors present for the \ .." 1. [i
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day were Lee, Mr. .
: Rev. : t.' .1
Wallace Mrs. Dixon, Mrs. 3 : -
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Johnson, Mr. Bowman Mrs. BESTam m9'5 <
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Adams, Mr. C. H. Anderson .
Mr. Ulysee. Collier, Mr. SiffaiRa.manno,DaviSJi.wjI
i i1kM4
Grady Thomas Mrs. Maggie f

Harris. If FREE : ;

__-.< The Senior Choir No. 1,
and Usher Board No. 2 and
members will accompany the
pastor to Mt. Nebo,So. Miamion g:
Jan. 21 to render service.Mrs. end

HIT NO.. 2 MERCHANTS
Ella Bell Simon and
FRANK DEAN
the Rev. E. Long were mar-
ried on Jan. 7 at 8:30: p.m. SINATRAMARTIN '
by Rev. w. C. Edcar at the
home of the bride. EKBERG ANITA ANDRESS URSULA M' GREEN STAMPS 4M

The Rev. Wood wishes to W."i
1 thank the'many friends who !
prayed for him while he was 4 FOR TEXAS :, Only at Franklin Federall Here's how it works: open"'

in the hospital.He is at home. +v or add to your account now and receive 1,000 free ,\ ,:

Mrs. Channie Richardsonis HIT N O.3OCEANS Green Stamps for.$1000. .500 free stasips'f<$f $5oo. .250 ,

a patient at the Jackson IISUNMONTUES. -:0'1J: free stamps for $250. Come in. .or save by mail with the ,

Memorial Hospital in Miami. 'ttII handy coupon below! This offer for limited time only! t:

Miss Margaret Ann Cooper, Free Safe Deposit Box Open and maintain a savings f
,
daughter ,of Mr. and Mrs. oIJ..
Willie Cooper will be mar- account of $1000 or more and, instead of stamps, get a
ried to Leroy Atkins of Per- r r t ta free safe deposit box in our vault for the lifetime of 4

rine on Jan. 20. The recep- your account! Limit of one box per family.
tion will be held on Jan. 21. ."" \

Funeral services for the :t'D 1 % Anticipated Drive-in-teller window '

late Jerome Bell will be .4' Dividend open 8:30: a.m. to 6 p.m.
held on January 14,3:30: p.m. -? effecci"N r
thru \
Mondays
at Kerr Memorial CME Church, b January I, 1966 Thursdays.
Bain's Funeral Home in Friday '-
charge. ,:t'
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The morning message was ..

delivered by the pastor, Rev. 1 1 JTranklin
Edcar. He also delivered {

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WHERE I SITBY

BILL MCBRIDE

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U of M Shows No
:4'}

Interest in ". .
'

Tan Athletes. $$ ...
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When the Board of Regents of the University of :

Miami, without pressure, opened its doors to Negroessome ,..,..--- v
three years ago, the school hailed :
was as one of SOUND / .. .
the most progressive private institutions of higher OF MUSIC !1 .v '' !

learning in the South; and the Negro population took a Charles Fortson of 1440 ,: :
real liking to her for this unprecedented action. We NW 59th St., a student at ,
know of no difficulties resulting from such action. Miami Edison Junior High '. >>
For many years, the University athletic teams have School, will take part in the
participated in sporting events against teams usingNegro Cultural Committee of North .. r '
players without incident, both at home and away. Miami Beach presentation of <'f'
Musical : ::" '
Excerpts from the
But in spite of the fact that many southern schools are Sound of Music. J.' t
benefiting from their use of Negro players, Miami has Charles will sing a soloas 1; :
stuck to its policy of fielding only lily white athletic guest performer in the Jr
teams. For some strange reason or reasons,its athletic festival scene. Talentedand
department has shown absolutely no interest in the recruitment rich-voiced Charles, at .
of Negro athletes; and has been guilty of allowing only Jamaica 13 had in sung 1963 at and a at hotelin the i

many local stars to be scooped up by out of Puerto ,Rican Hotel in 1964 !
state schools. No attempt to sign stars like Cyril Pin- Sound of Music will be EJ I
der, Attucks High of Dania who is now an establishedstar presented January 29 and 30
halfback at the University of Illinois; Carroll at 8 p.m. at the North Miami Ii
Williams, Curley High graduate who quarterbackedXavier Beach autlitorium. i
Tickets of
seating be
can
University of Ohio to its finest season in 1965. obtained I
at the North Miami
Williams is rated as one of the best passers in the Beach City Hall, free of
country and received all American honorable mention charge.
honors; and Miami Northwestern High graduate Stanley
McKenzie, who in his initial year at New York Univer- ''
sity broke all freshman basketball scoring records and "SACRIFICE" Put them all together

is presently the big gun for his team.It '
is our understanding that attendance at the Hur- 3 Bedroom, 2 Both
ricanes home football games must average 50,000 if 3 Years New that's "Sunshine Service"I
the school is to financially break even with its athletic Extra large lake lot I
program. This startling information was revealedby Landscaped, Dock
Dr. Henry King Stamford during a recent television $850 Down
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interview. $90 Monthly Pays All SUNSHINE SERVICE
works for you in many helpful ways.
Such information makes it quite apparent that the
Besides all the conveniences of total electric living,Sunshine
.
University went slightly in the red with its athletic 624-6764
program in 1965, since the 'Canes drew an aggregateof Service offers the services of trained representatives,skilled in the
294,979 while playing a total of 6 games in Miami's Jan.21301n efficient and economical use of electricity in the home, on the

famed Orange Bowl; an average of 49,163 per games; farm,in business and industry plus services,yours for the asking
slightly below the 50,000 average needed to stay out Plus, of course, 9 rate reductions in 9 years saving Sunshine
of the red.
Service customers a'total of more than $38 million annually!
Certainly, University officials must be cogni-
zant of the fact that a large number of Dade's vast : t"e
Negro population are rabid football fans..This has been I
conclusively evidenced, year after year, by the huge '
FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY
throngs attending the Orange Blossom Classic. \.AC HELPING BUILD FLORIDA
There are many people, and this writer is one of ; ,
these people, who 'firmly believe that Negro football

players at the University ot Miami would attract 7 to ..
10 thousand additional Negro fans to home games. In
view of the foregoing, we find it increasingly difficultto

understand why the University Athletic Departmenthas ..,. OPEN 9 AM TO 12 PM EVERY DAY
shown little or no interest in the recruitment of :.. t.JET? DRUGS ,
Negro athletes. "r VALENTINE' DAY FEB. 14
Several outstanding Negro football and basketballstars ,:;/;":: 2699 N.W. 54th St '; ,
are graduating from local high schools in June CANDY, CARDS, GIFTS
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the phenomenal scoring wizard, Johnny McKinney,
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s Episcopal District Laymen



the Executive Board to Meet


and a, President Felix N. Whiteis ship through lay leadership

calling all members of the seminars will be outlined.All .

t d executive board, and all faith conference presidentsare
the ful AME Laymen of the 11th asked to report on the organization FRIENDSHIPRev. ,

TEMPLE Lee Episcopal District comprisingthe and solidarity of
great state of Florida, to their local lay organizations, J. E. Jenkins, pastor
Choir No.2, Mrs. to meet in annual session at St. wider circulation and usage of Sis. Ruby Lee Carr, reporter

Hall, president and Mark AME Church, Orlando, the church periodicals, a Sunday services were wonderful -
Ambrose, director, will our Sunday, Jan. 16. discipline in every layman's all day with our pastor
brate its 12th : The agenda will consist ofa home and the proposed budgetfor delivering the morning sermon

day, 3 p.m. with a t: proposed program for the the year. and preaching with revivalistic -
literary program. A State Lay meeting to be heldat Each layman plays an Integral M power, and our own Rev.J. .

the choirs of the city a Mt. Hermon AME Church, part in this organization; E. Wright preaching the

been invited to or Opa-locka in the near future. therefore, he is urged to be evening sermon which was en-

the occasion promises Discussions concerning the present to express his viewson joyed by all.Prayer .
filled with interest and laymen's approach to Steward- any problem that may arise. services were held
tion. You are invited. I last week for our Resolution

The Temple family in Revival. Preaching for ten

shocked Sunday during MT. CARMEL BAPTIST ZION HOPE BAPTIST nights starting Jan. 10 will be
morning worship when the Rev. K. E. Rogers from
the Rev. D. A. Bradley, Pastor Rev. Paul Freeman, PastorSis.
received that
a Miami of Mt
South
pastor
Sis. Louise McGriff, ReporterThe E. Jackson, Reporter Installation services will
had
completely Olive Missionary Baptist.We .
be held Sunday Jan. 23 2
personal belongings and Mt. Carmel family Services were spiritually p.m. at Welcome, Missionary, are having this revivalin
ture of the organist, Mrs. wish all of a Happy New in that those
you Our January hopes
j high all day Sunday. pas- Baptist Church, Ojus, for the
nell Strachan. She was Year. Best wishes throughout (tor preached out of his soul pastor, the Rev. 0. L. Hicks. who wish to make a new year
post of duty when a the new year. We are so thank- during the morning and the Rev. The public is invited Dinner resolution to start working for
gave her the sad news. ful that the Lord has kept us Strachan and her family safe this far we must pray
year and for sinners to come
.. light. The Rev. S. D. Hicks of
at 1824 N.W. 5th Avenue. Ex more, and love more this year, Members of the church gave Tampa and his Progressive 'to Him. Jesus Christ said,

." and the Lord will bless us I the pastor a surprise brithday Baptist Church of Wauchulla, take my yoke upon you and

NEW ." more.Our party Sunday night after ser- Fla., also some of his mem- learn of me and you shall find
out beloved pastor delivere ;!vice.He wishes to thank every bers from the New Shiloh Baptist rest for your souls. Matt. 11:
3165 NW 56th a great message. At 3 p.m.
who and all of 29.
stopped
God one Church of Lake Wales,
Rev. Roscoe Jackson, he we went to Morning Star Bap- ,:those who beat him from -the will assist in rendering service We invite everyone to come

Willie J. Beard, to tist Church in Princeton Fla. ;church. He didn't know how we at that hour. He will also and hear this God-sent Evan

Last Sunday was go Our pastor delivered another lid it. bring his family, better knownas gelist.

Day. The chairman along we great message. We wish to say to all our the Spiritual Consolators.You The pastor, officers and
the officers and let The No. 1 Choir had their ,visitors, you are always wel- will miss a treat of members will be looking for

Deacon Board wish to us 28th anniversary. The No. 2 come to come and worship with your life if you fail to hear
each and everyone for Choir sang out of their souls :us these singers, and also the you.Our deepest sympathy is
and and the No. 2 Usher Board extended to Sis. Janie Durdie,
cooperation support. the choirs of the churches.The .
ial thanks to Rev. C. turned out wonderfully. The installation sermon Deacon Isaac Ethridge and

ney and congregation S1 evening message was delivered will be delivered by the Rev.S. Bro. Broadus Martin in the
MT. ZION BAPTIST
by of our won ministersBro.
one loss of their loved ones. Get
D. Hicks, brother of the
New Providence S. M. Gas ton. He delivered -
well wishes is extended to
Rev. 0. L. Hicks of Miami.
the very fine and Rev. E. T. Graham, pastor
; wonderful Let
a message. Sis. Willie Mae Cowan in Jack-
Please come early that you
service that WERE YOU THERE?
was that the Lord will for-
us pray Memorial and all of the
.may ha so a seat. son
On Sunday afternoon The Business and Professional
bless him.Visitors .
ever other sick and shutins. Our
Sunlight Pall Bearers Vir- are always welcome. Women's Circle met on
with Sns. Ladene
able Society No. 99 Jan. 5 in the Community Room prayers are
its of the Franklin Federal Bank. GRACEPRESBYTERIAN Jenkins. Her brother was burl
serve 10th
NEW MT. MORI AH very serioysly in a ,car acci-
The ,
meeting inspiring -
ginning Friday night both ;ft was : *
dent in Wrist Florida.'
W. M. Slater of Day [ in Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor in many ways.
union&t Since this Rev. W. F. Savoy, Pastor
Baptist Church in !1 Evelyn L. Shorter, reporterWe was the first
concluding on Sunday would like to thank Mt. meeting of the new year, the 6895 N.W. 14th Avenue

noon at 3 o'clock with the Olive and Rev. Weaver of Ft. members were happy to greet
K. E. Rogers of Mt. Lauderdale for the wonderful each other and exchange gifts. Our neighborhood survey WOMEN'S DAY AT
Baptist Church, South Everyone seemed to be full of will be this Sunday afternoon
in charge. services Sunday afternoon. new ideas and interesting pro- after the morning service and: A. M. COHEN TEMPLE
The No. one choir will
We will be host to jects which will be carried sandwiches and punch. All CHURCH OF GOD IN
have an after service program
board Baptist As out during the year. Mrs. Ethel adult and senior high member
Sunday night. are asked to help complete the CHRIST
which will convene the ted Graham was the hostess for
The Male Chorus is celebrating -
Sunday at Macedonia. its anniversary this the evening with the help of survey area.
a', will her daughters, Edith and Glen- The youth of the church
week and climax on Sun-
are da. Out of town guest was Mrs,'will be in complete charge of
day at 3 p.m.Conference.
the service.We
morning .
MT. SINAI and general Ruby Thorpe, a former Miamian I rl,
who resides in are emphasizing evan "
now East
election will be Feb. 3 at 7:30
New Elmhurst, New York. gelism. Let us make a special a"Y Y
Rev. S. A. Thomas, p.m. Youth Day anniversary is effort to bring our friends to i l pu x s7a a
Dorothy C. Chaney, the fourth Friday after the Grace. $
There time fourth Sunday. Remember the
comes a I
life of everyone when has sick and shutins in your pray- ST. PAUL A.M.E.

agement in the daily i 1 ers. 19th Ave. and 51st Terr. ATTENTION k

needed. So now that Jr. Rev. T. C. Kelly, pastor
CHURCH REPORTERS!
year has begun let McGHANEY SPEAKSThou Josephine Champion, reporterOur

Satan behind us and
and
wilt light my candle, first quarterly conference Church news for publication -
make this better
)I
year the Lord, my God, will en- of the year was held in the current week's
past.The lighten my darkness. Psalms Friday. January 7. In the absence Issue must be In our office MRS. GUSSIE GAMBLE
members of Mt. 1
no later than 7 o'clock Mon-
18:28. of our presiding ElderJ.
The women of the
A. M.
would like
you to t the I believe that what I readin day evening. Publication of
A. Roberts, Rev. S. L. Gay Cohen Temple of God in
our doors are open the Bible is I news received after that
oe true. am not presided. He brought us a very Christ, 1747 NW 3rd ,
you, so that God's you may word. the kind of person that try to inspiring message. The spiritwas time cannot be guaranteed. are pleased to announce Ave.their
benefit of
make believe what
I
anyone felt bv everyone. Presid- first Annual Women's Day
Our Sunday morning J belivee,; but I am only tryingto ing Elder Roberts closed the celebration to be observed on
vice will be in chatge bring to you the truth. I
quarter on Sunday morning Sunday, Jan. 23, 1966.
Junior Church. Sunday know that whatever is truth with a stirring message speak Files For HouseRobert Speaker for this occasionwill

ing is all-auxiliary ni will stand. believe that Christ ing on the subject "Man's be Mrs. Gussie Gamble,

invite you to worship came into this world, and that Inner Space." W. Cales has defi- supervisor of the Women' Department

due ing bothservices.Put He still is the light of the The conference was a spiritual nitely declared his intentionto Churches of God in
the past behind Sis. world, and he that believethin and financial success. become a candidate for the Christ of Eastern Florida.

in the present for there Him, all their ways shall be House of Representatives as a Mrs. Gamble is an ardent

ways tomorrow with its our lighten, and they shall kno w MT. PLEASANT "conservative Democrat." He church and civic worker and
or see no darkness at all. So promises to North is nationally
( ises of better things. represent known for the
be- until a later date, if God's Miami Dade and all establishment
pray for our sick and Opa-locka County of the Gussie
will, thanks for buying and Rev. F. L. Smith, pastor the people of Florida in the Gamble Travelers' Rest Mis-
co- reading the "Miami Times, Legislature. sion Home located at 2049
and God bless all of Our second annual Wo-
you.BAHA'
Mr.Cales has a platform of NW 68 Terrace, Miami, Fla.
I NEW man's Day will be held Jun. eleven planks which he hopes, Members of the Women's
to I ASSEMBLYMiss 16 in the auditorium of the would: appeal to the voters, I Day Committee are sparing no
Rev. C. J. Burney, Nathan B. Young Elementary both locally and state-wide. efforts to make this occasiona
Claudia Wilson, Olive Alexander, executive School, 14120 NW 24th A''WI. Among other things, he memorable one for all who
There will be an old director of JESCA will and Burlington St., Opa-locka. states that he would recom- attend.

ion song service J d speak at World Religion Day This great occasion will be mend the enactment of a Mini- Mrs. Nancy Miles, general
which observances sponsored by the
No. 2 choir highlighted by two dynamic
the chairman
mum Wage Law of $2 per hour ; Mrs. Rosa L. Storr,
Baha'is of Miami and to be
your mind way back. speakers. For the morning is for every person in Florida a co-chairman Mrs. SyrethaStorng
take place at the I held 8 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 16 at Mrs. Sallie Carline, a memberof law for $10,000 Homestead finance chairman; Mrs.
Sunday night. If the Alcazar Hotel. The subjectof the New Providence Baptist ,
fifth Ida
Exemption; a law for the "ex S. Cash, secretary; E'der
talk will
this you will miss a Miss Alexander's Church and a professional tension of legalized gambling"and Jacob Cohen, pastor.
"
member the date, Jan. to be: "God, Man and Religion. dressmaker. Speaker for the a law to increase Old Age

Pastor's Aid Union The public is cordially invitedto evening is Mrs. Minnie Laugh- Pensions to $100 per month. pq J A \
celebrate its attend. Admission and park- lin, outstanding member of lie pointed to the fact that

day afternoon at 3:00: i ing is free. Holy Temple Baptist Church. members of the Florida House

First Baptist Church This great occasion is one we and Senate voted to increase LONGHORMLJ !
locks Rev. W. M. Macon TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO should not miss. The public is their salaries but refused togo

tor. It will consist of W. CHURCH SUNDAY invited. Mrs. Minnie 11111 is along with his minimum
of various choirs of the chairman. wage law. A J _




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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday. January 14. 19&6 11-

.Why Don't All Negroes Join Demonstrationsin ; ,; j


Y 1 1N when this day of demonstrations my Country. "Jt is this: What can just one white tho power of God's love working ,!
the rule "positive action"is "Be just as humanly goodas person do to eliminate dis- through YOU to help end "
what is the atti- I have made you. You are crimination the, cause of these frustra .
tude
of
the
countless indivi- my own, resting in 7TTART
duals safely my "You can continue to keep tions.
"without jthe I
demonstrate?" motivationto love. Love your brother as I hatred, bigotry and prejudiceout
A I love you" of your own life," Mrs.
poignant account of her Mrs. Wingood states that ,
Wingood advises. "You can I
deepest feelings and her WORK TODAY!!
so this "truly has proved its
recognize the needs in your -
lution to that problem is ex- worth." A Public Service Over
and do all within
city your Years .
plained 20
by a young Negro She writes that she is
that
power to see they are met.
mother
in the February issue "thankful that God permittedme Live in Molds ;
"You have
can your per- '
of Together
Magazine."I to be, and since he did not sonal conference with God to Cooks Bus Boys
do cry out for justice," Dishwashers PortersCos
permit my being, I am obligated determine what it is you can
asserts Alma Station DriversHotel
L.Wineoode'Venthouah to appreciate the gift of do, and'then you can do it-no
she cannot demonstrate life." & Home Molds
or picket, or cause herself to matter how difficult. w. Appreciate Your
In Together Methodism's "And then" she continue
be injured or jailed.Aresidentof BusinessAJFR93R
monthly magazine for familiesMrs.
"you can be particularly alertto
Lowell, Mass. Wingood elaborates on the individual frustrationsand
where she is active in the predominantly her resolution
civic leaders from all of : even angers that cannot
These
parts Dade
Countye white St. Paul's
"I do not choose to cause help but exist in the
mapping campaign plans for'the drive to help Va- Methodist Church-Mrs. Win- my brother to use brute force Hearts and minds of your black t7 ''Ell j 1 N.E.Sth Street
Children's Hospital. Shown at a planning good tells her experiencewhen I choose instead
ety ses upon me. to brothers.And you can exercise
on with general coordinator Mrs. Athalie Range about two years ago she love my brother, to ask him for
:eated center) are;.,Mrs. Hazel Crawford, representingorth drove with her two sons, her help when I need it, and to
daughter and her 1 father to
tell him
that I
Miami Beach and Washington Park (L); and Mrs. Louisiana for her mother's him as he am is dependentupon
illian Peterson (R), of Opa Locka. Standing are Miami funeral. "I am deeply ashamed upon that me. .
imes publisher H. E. S. Reeves; William Miles, South Reaching a Southern cityin my country has permitted a
)ade-Richmond Heights; Donald Wheeler Jones, chair- a blinding rainstorm one*"situation in which some citi- EARN AS HIGH AS
,an of NAACP of"Dade County; and Judge James Matt- night, they found the only Negro zens feel that they must allow -
of Opa Locka. motel filled up and they themselves to be dragged
ews ( were turned away from four from MOO PER WEEK !
public eating places,
The fund raising effort in all orDade's
Negro communities other motels. Then they decided -jailed and prosecuted, while
is aimed to obtain donations to help meet the to keep on driving. fighting for rights that alreadyare
Variety Children's.Hospital annual deficit for free me- Shut out because of skin guaranteed to all Ameri- If you are dissatisfied with your present job.If .
dical care given to indigent patients. color, Mrs. Wingood sought
answers from God to her di- cans."I cannot demonstrate there is no future in the work you are doingnow

[50% INCREASE IN SOUTHERN lemna."The same answers con- I man do bein try to g help to understand my fellow thatI. hu- here is an opportunity for you. TRAIN

tinues to come after much too, am an American, that YOURSELF AT HOME FOR A CIVIL SERVICE
SCHOOL INTEGRATIONNearly probing and soul searching," "this is my country, land of
she writes in the This is my birth." CAREER WHILE YOU WORK ON YOUR PRES-

9 of every 10 school organization thatreports on do-, -
ENT JOB. We select the right Civil
districts in Southern and border segration trends. help you

states officially espouse into- Nevertheless, integration of Service examination to take. For complete Information -
gration among their students schools in these states is in- George DuBreuil Joins
Yet 84 per cent of that area's creasing... A total of 56J.789. including lists of positions that offer-
Negro pupils still attend soNegro pupils attend school Scott
grated schools, according to with whites this year in South- Kelly Staffofficials good starting salaries, regular pay increases,
figures disclosed last week by em and border states, a 50
vacations and sick leave write call
paid
or
in Dade
r'I" County to
the Southern ;
Education
Reportper cent increase from the 1964-; .
ing Service (SERS), a private 65 school year.BOATSWIMFISH. p'R" f I":1' strive for harmonious race relations North Eastern Institute for Home Study.
I George DuBreuil distinguished -
himself as a fair-
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w servant. I consider his association -
'
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RAY ROTTER BROKER 159.6132WOOLWORTH'S

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I A Miami civic leader and
veteran of six years on the r I II
Miami City Commission has KNOWS WHAT'S INSIDE?
joined the state campaign
staff of former State Senator
Scott Kelly, candidate for Govemor. business but
'MMYbY NK9tvJ7.vii"nt4k. X,3' '{4tyQ'YF?'>Y Wr,pYh} -I .it's nobody's you 1

'f $y''ndYi'M Kelly announced today that :

George DuBreuil will serve as

Monroe Kelly full-time campaign counties.coordinator in Dade of and the 1 SAFE DEPOSIT I BOXES I

DuBreuil-was.a member of

thl' the Miami 1955 through City Commissionfrom 1961 and I At Lincoln National Cost So Little I

served as Vice-Mayor from
1959 through 1961. He did not

seek"George re-election.DuBreuil brings to 1 PRICE PER YR. SIZE I IS

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our
standing of the problems in $' 5.00 r' 3-x5x24 .

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.
record of public service, his $12.50 I 5 x 10t: 24 I
life and his I
organizational success in private ability. He hasa $25.00 10 xlOx 24

knack of getting things done.
"As one of the first elected 1'1


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12 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday January 14 1966 I II I

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CARD OF THANKS ALBERT. Of HAniib...

Charles Brown, 2032 Grant Mrs. Addle_ Kint of 1169 NW

I I CARDS MEMORIALS I DEATHS' The family of the late Ave., died Dec. 29. Serviceswere 45 St. died at Jackson Me-

: held Tuesday from the morial Hospital on Jan. 6. I

r Triumph Church. Survivors are She is survived by a brother

wife, rwo sons, mother, amster, Chancy "Wells; four nieces,

5 brothers, nieces, nephews. Claudia Mae Roberts Lillie '

CARD OF THANKSWe CARD OF THANKS IN MEMORIAMIn Mae Anderson, Mattie Lou j 1

I William Henry Haynes, Williams and Naomi Artis; a '

the family of the late The family of the late loving memory of ow Washington St., Opalockadied nephew, James Williams;

ROSA MAE HARDNETT dearly beloved,husband, father Dec. 30. Services were grandnieces; nephews, other

,,,,,.. T'r' F" ,.'J, wishes gratefully acknowledgIng _and son held Wednesday from the Opa- relatives and friends. Final I

\..
'I'J" kind expressions of sympathyThe Metter, Georgia.
"
P. O.
\ Rev. James Rudolph,
011, ,j
,':,,'t t:1 Hardnett Family Box 2181, Titusville, Fla. Miss Doris Fleming Mitchell

"' died Dec. 28. Services were of 248 NW 8th St. died at the

I held from Greater New Bethel Variety Children's HospitalJan.
.. IN MEMORIAMIn Baptist Church. Survivors are
J
8. Doris was a 13yearold -
Memory of s wife, a son, a daughter, mother 8th grade student at the

-- three brothers and, three
Booker T. Washington High
f f 1 "A sisters. School and had lived in the

1I Miami area for 12 years. She
Serian Burke 1085 NW 6th is survived by her parents,

I Place, died Dec. 29. Remainswere Paul and Sara Fleming; a

\ sent to Dublin, Ga. for grandmother; a devoted god
ALBERT ALEXANDER final rites.
mother; aunts, uncles other
MAYCOCK relatives and friends. Final

wish to extend their sincere Mrs. Aletha T. Towns of rites and.burial were held in

,.. i I appreciation to the many 16131 NW 17th Ct., Opa-locka Dothan, Alabama.Mrs. .
ELLA WILLIAMSwho :: : friends who shared with them died Jan. 1. Mrs. Towns was a

expired December 14,1965., I I I if I a during their hours of bereave- teacher at Dunbar Elementary Lennie Rodgers Paschalof
Wish to take this method of "L lln' i School. Services were held diedat
., 2978 NW 52nd Street
ment.A
thanking everyone who offered I I special thanks to from the First Baptist Churchin
iilL \ I very Christian Hospital Jan. 9.
:
expressions of sympathy duringour ....... ,.. "-. ....... "', "":"'T; '\'' ,.n' DEACON WALTER the Range Funeral Home staff, Opa-locka. Survivors are Mrs. Paschal was pioneer

hours of bereavement. MRS. ROSA CARR BROOKS the Rev. Adam Rutherford husband Lock Towns, two Miamian and has lived in the

Special thanks to Rev. Atchison who departed this life January who passed away Jan. 17,1965. Elder John Dean. sons, Vance and Kenneth, a area since 1925. Survivorsare
officers and members of The battle was fought and Carol Ann brother -
12. 1963.It daughter, a three sons,Rodger,David,
Mt. Calvary Baptist Church, has been three years of the God victory well done.won; servant of The Maycock Family Jessie L. Tillam, two and Fletcher; all teachers in

Rev. Cowsen, officers and since you have taken your uncles, Vernon and Walter the Dade County School system -
members of Trinity C.M.E. flight to the realms of glory, From our eyes you are CARD Tillma,
OF THANKSThe ; one daughter, Mrs. Lillian -
missed but in hearts
our you
Church, New Hope Baptist and there is still an emptinessin will be. P. Wheeler, a teacher in

Church, Browns Chapel, our hearts. But you left never family of the I late Mrs. Ruth Taylor, 1338 NW Washington, D. C.; one sister -

Christian Aid Society, Lily such a memory that will console Evelina Brooks 8I'JNr."': 75th Terrace, died Jan. 2. Mrs. Irma Holloway of

Whites, Pall Bearers 65th St. us always. And Family Survivors are husband, James; Detroit and one brother, An-

Neighbors Miami Shores Rid- "Mother, thou wast mild and a son, a daughter, three sis- thony Rodgers, also of Detroit

ers, Mrs. Fox, and Range Fu- lovely ters, a brother, three grand ; seven grandchildren,
neral Home for services rend Gentle as the summer children. Remains were sent
CARD OF THANKSThe other relatives and friends.
breeze : to Wagoner, S. C. for final
ered.May Services will be held at the
God bless all of you. Lovely as the breath of evening family of the lateI"'i rites. Mt. Sinai Baptist Church on
"Earth hath no sorrow, that
Thursday, Jan. 13 at 4 p.m.
heaven cannot heal." As it floats among the Mrs. Maggie Johnson, 14821 with Rev. S. A. Thomas offi-

trees." 'l Lincoln Blvd., Richmond Hts. ciating.

Massie Williams, Sister May light perpetual shine died Jan. 2. Mrs. Johnson is

And Family ,upon your soul. Sadly missedby the wife of a local mortician,
ry,9x;' i Robert James Smith of 1869
1 Albeit. A. B. Johnson. Survivors
NW 74th Tea and also of
Mrs Ella P. Ferguson, are husband, a daughter -
IN, MEMORIAMIn 2045 NW 4th Ct. was deadon
daughter, N.Y.C. a son. arrival at the Jackson

loving memory of our Zepraniah Carr, son Memori al Hospital on Sat'irdayJan. f

dear son and brother Mrs. Geneva Phillips RICHARDSON. 8. Mr. Smith lived in the t

Mrs. Anna Mae Bivins, Miami area for the past 15 {
Mrs. Bertha Simon Smith died
granddaughters, N.Y.C.
years. He is survived by his ,.
Rosa M. Carr Jan. 8. She was a member of
,
widow, Mrs. AmUe Mae Smitha
"' '
granddaughterAndre our pioneer family, a resident -
Poitier, rj T for 20 or more years.
+ ,. MRS. EVELYN ANGELINA Funeral services three sons, Mark, Alexander
great-grandson Saturday
,
y
and Larry; an aunt, Mrs.
A. Mrs. Elmore Cleare, sister MILLERwho Jan. 15 at 3 p.m. in the cha- cousins
Alzada Lewis; two ,
Mrs. Irene Linda Harrison, passed December 5, 1965 pel. Survivors are Mrs. Pearl other relatives and friends.

sister .. And Boyd, one brother-in-law, Services will be held on Sat-
Nieces and NephewsIN 1 MR. JOSEPH MONROEwho Daniel Boyd and other rela-
urday Jan. 15 in the chapel.
r dr I passed December 12,1965 tives and friends.
A/2C BERNARD VAXELL wish to thank the many friends ---
James Wright of 2011 NW 59
MEMORIAMIn and neighbors for their
BELLAMY help,
IN MEMORI AM St. died at Jackson Memorial
takes this method to express telegrams, flowers and cards
I memory of our father, gratitude to the Range Fu- during our time of bereave- Hospital Jan. 9. He is sur-
I husband and grandfather In loving, but said memoryof vived by his widow, Mrs.
.
; i ; neral Home,Rev. J. B. Black,
IJCLARENCE ment.A our dear mother daughter, Helene Wright one sister,
thanks Rev.E. .
nell and St.James AME, Rev.F. very warm to
and sister Mrs. Virginia Brice of, Nas-
C. MOSS E. Sneed, Ft. Lauderdale, Williams of New Bethel
other rela-
who departed this life Jan. 4, Rev. H. C.McDonald, Churchof Baptist and Rev. I, Mickens of b '; 'r 4ka sau tives, Bahamas and friends. Services

1961, and was laid torestJan. the Open Door, Rev. S. A. Mt. Olivette Baptist and their
will be held Saturday, Jan.
14. R Cousin, and Greater Bethel members for the wonderful
15 at 4 at MetropolitanAME
And now it is five years Pp, i AME Church. services rendered. p.m.
Y Church with Rev. J. J.
'
since you left us, We love you Special thanks to friends, Words are not enough for

o still, and as long as life lastswe and neighbors who sent con- the kindness that you gave to Williams officiating.

will remember you. dolences floral pieces and us, but we do hope the Lord

rendered kind deeds to com- will bless each and everyoneof

Mrs. Jeanette Moss, mother fort and assist the family you. 't ......................

Miss Geneva Moss, sister in their hour of sorrow.
The Miller and Monroe DR. NORMAN SVEILICH,
James Deveaux, uncle Bernard was a graduate of R
Families s D.O.
I Northwestern' High School, .r 4"t
PHYSICIAN 8. SURGEON
Class of '
61. He served in
CARD OF THANKS y Announces the of
opening
the Air Force for 4 years and e Y
his office for g.n.ral pract
We. the family of the lateEUGENE 10 months. He was injuredin P lea at 3619 Grand Ave.

an automobile accident in "i's Hours: Tue*., Well, Frl.-
Athens, Greece where he was 6-9 p.m. Phone 271-3131,

stationed and passedon Dec. day or night.

25. 1965. Full military honors .' I Jon. 21
,........................
were accorded him at

his funeral. i i ,e.

FRED J. ARANHA, SR. Ernest Bellamy, ST., father

who passed Jan. 19, 1963, Mr.&Mrs. Ernest Bellamy, 't .'WILL -MAE "HUMES r- wwww

Detroit, Mich. Jr., brother and ss-in-law Non-Surgical ioifl
i iI who departed from this world I
Mr.&Mrs. Ralph Bellamy
Jan. 15, 1962. I Treatment 1RUPTUREPILES
The brother and sister-i n-law
FamilySTEVENS. i iI Now the laborer's taks is o'er :
Miss Theresa Bellamy, I :
Now the battle day is past
sister Rectal Diseases, Varicose 1
Now upon the farther shore
Daniel & Kenneth Bellamy, I Veins Prostate No I
h r Lands the voyager at last. -
brothers lost time Discard Truss I
Father in thy gracious keep
Deborah&Vaness Bellamy. ingLeave j 1 Upon Correction of' Rupture. :
Prince Albert Smith of 742 sisters $, Low
SW 4th St. Dania. Fla. died Mrs. Hattie Ruff we now thy servant I cost. 1
,
I."!It.. .. ,'. Funeral services for Mrs. sleeping I 1DRf.LONG'S CLINIC t
Jan. 10 at Memorial Hospital. grandmotherFive (
CARTER SR. He was a resident of New aunts, Eight Uncles, Rebecca Howell were held 1545 SW 1 1st,St.-FR, 3-27481
who passed at his home Tuesday January 4, 1966 at The Family ___ IVitttafa
away York for the past 3 years. And Cousins. The A.M. Cohen Temple.She > ---- -_ ___..

5023 SW 23rd St., December He is survived by wife, Mary was a faithful memberof ,
27, 1965, wish to thank the Bernice
of Dania, two daughters long standing in this

many friends and neighborswho Virginia Smith and CARDOFTHANKS church. As a pioneer citizen
shared with us the loss Stereatha { ffflrmomil
Graham, three The family of the late she spent most of her 64 years 'arh
of our loved one. Thanks for
brothers, George, Samuel and
as a resident of Miami She
REV. H.
D. SMI TH
your kind expressions of sym- Obbie; one son Alexander
pathy. Special thanks to Rich- Mar tin; three sisters, Chris- who passed Dec. 21, 1965 leaves to mourn her passingher HAS Preinterment plots of 8 grove spacts or l less
and was buried Jan. 2 1966 husband Justin Howell, ALSO I Immediate
I single
ardson Funeral Home. Central tine and Rose Smith, and grave space interment
two sons, Russell and Ber-
Baptist Church of Hollywood, Rowena Rand six grandchildren wish to and gratefully thank acknowledge tram; one daughter Mrs. Enid Boxes and vaults permitted
Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church and Funeral servicesSat. our many
friends for their kind expressions Bilimglsey; three cousins, Gates open 7 days for your convenience
choirs. Jan. 15 at New Hope
of sympathy. Mesdames Clemintine Morley, 3001 1 NW46TH STREET
God bless HE 4-41rt
May you. Bapt. Church, 23rd Ave. and Margaret Hudson and Gwen-

Sheridan St. W. Hollywood, Doll Smith, wife dolyn Hamilton; four grands E. Johi on, Manager Home phone OX 1.9199

The Family Fla. Rov.II. W.Wright.pastor. Taylor and Smith Fanilies one great-grand.




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FOR RENT lI:: I. -- .. 1
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ADS Furn. apt. free utilities low King Offers J

rent, 652 NW 27th St. 633-

15 ,WORDS OR LESS $1.25. 5C FOR EACH ADDITIONAL WORD. I 3954. $100 DOWN NO CLOSING COSTS

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DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED. ADS WEDNESDAY NOON 1823 NW 37th Street CBS Homes 2-3-4 Bedrooms -

1 bedroom apt. furn. $80 per
Being Displaced? Veterans?
FOR SALEQualifyingMove FOR SALE month or $22 week with se- -

., Right In FOR SALE curity. Adults only. No pets. Our expert trained staff will be glad to help

eat 2 bedroom home at 1728W : 3 bedroom house with stove Home Income Call 373-3175 or NE 4-0942.
43rd Enclosed front and refrigerator. you.
st. Fenced $300 Down
$9,000 Total
rch, carport,, I.backyard.. Low down pay Owner 758-8749 Furn. room in private home KING REALTY, INC. BROKER

250 down and $85 month merits. Mortgage payment at -- for single or couple. Use of 8000 NW 1 AVE. 151.9108m"nJJ'L
:iys all. Key at Life Realt tt $75 mo. 2001 NW 87th St. $400 Down. 1300 NW 38th St. living room and kitchen. Call

roker, 4932 NW 7th Ave. P4311.Open L Not just an ordinary home, 633-7998. Morris. 1U
.
evenings and sunays. $300 Down
CBS but a beautiful 3 bedroom and
< 339 NW 39th Street 2 bath, with Fla and Lovely efficiency for 1 per-
Owner 758-8749 garage. On an extra room large son. $17 per week.NE 5-5566. ................................e
'o Qualifying-Move Right In -_ ,
corner lot in a terrific local
rand new 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 3 bedroom fum. house. Cornet tion. $11,500 full price. FHA 1 bedroom apt. furn. $18 wk. lest toys in Town
'BS, carport, terrazzo floors I 2
extra lots, Fenced- terms. Call Realtor Herbert All utilities.Call NE 40500. .
arge modem kitchen coloredixtures inair, cond., reverse cycle Lee Simon
m, 633-2663.
in both bathrooms
Cost $25,000. Sacrifice A room. A gentleman. Information
ALL CBS BEAUTIES NO CLOSING COSTS
iwning windows, extra largeot. -
A bargain at $15,500 with owner.$11,500.1901$1,500 NW down. By $350 Down. 1360 NW 84th call 635-0276. PASSY BY CALL SHELL TO SEE II
1,000 down and $115 month 1st Street. Terr. A 3 bedroom, modern ---
ays all. Must be seen! Key -- CBS home on a lot 67'x106'. Room at 2441 NW 55th St. 8019 NW 14 CT. 2 bedroom, appliances. $68 .

it Life Realty, Broker, 493W 2 168 NW 47th Street In very fine condition. Only Call 691-6432. mo. pays all. $300 downto .
7th Ave. PL 9-4371. Move Right In $11,500 full price. $77 mo. tal $9,350. :
E-Z Terms pays everything.Call 2 bedroom apt. furn. 1980 .
NO Qualifying-Move Right In Owner PL 8-8749 Realtor, Herbert Lee NW 55th St. Phone: NE 3-
i
9908. 8015 NW 15 AVE. 2 bedroom, carport, fenced.
--- Simon, 6332663.
bedroom, 2 bath, CBS, on .
$350 down total
EMERGENCY! EMERGENCY Appliances. ,
.W. 45th St. Fla room, carport -
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$6,500 Full Price! 1 and 2 bedroom apts. $18 $11,000.
jalousie windows 2 kitchens PLANTS
with 2 stoves, 2 refri\ $45 Month Pays Everything! Come and FOR SALE and $22 week. PL 9-8372 or
plants of all
see
gerators. Can be used for 2 $3,000 cash and take over kinds at Liberty City Garden, PL 9-0132. 8025 NW 17$ AVE.2 bedroom, screened Fla.
families. bargain at $11,000 J mortgage of $3,500. Buy of a 1475 NW 67th room, appliances, $300 do.
St. Call 691-
with $1,000 down and $87 r lifetime 80th St.& 14th Ave. 1 bedroom apt. private en- $9,700 total.
0685. Alonzo
month pays all. Life Realty, area. Call Ed Weeks at 757- Kelly. trance, working couple only,
Broker, 4932 N.W. 7th Ave. 7631, Goldfarb Assoc. Realtors an.21. hot water, $15 week includ.
-
PL 9- hjPpen Sunday,eves. utilities. 5552 NW 9th Ave. 1732 NW 80 ST. 2 bedroom, carport, appliances
3 bedroom, 1 bath
CBS, extras. $350 down.
-- house. Appr.! 5 yrs old. Fen- 751-8842.
Lovely 2 bedroom CBS, car Titusville Building, lot. ced yard, reasonalbe down I $10,200 total.
port, jalousie windows, awn- 50x100. Downtwon section. 3 bedroom, unfum. house.
be
.
payment can d
heat legs, 2 enclosed air conds.front, appliances and back, Zoned for duplex. Reducedto No qualifying. No arrange closing with stove and refrigerator. 1861 NW 88 TER. 2 bedroom, I large utility _
,
porches,separate CBS storage $900. Terms available. costs. Price 10500. Monthly $85 mo. 2001 NW 87th St. ". room/ carport, $400 down.

house. A wonderful buy at Casey, 3970 NW 177th St., payments about $93. $12,300 total.
$10,500 $350,down, $72 mOo 621-2193. Total includes taxes and in- Duplex. 1 bedroom furn. No

FHA. Key+ 'at' Life Realty, -- surance. See at 1870 NW 70 children. $20 week. Drive by 1810 NW 93 TER. 2bedroom, Fla room, garage
Broker, 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL 2466 NW 91st Street St. Call owner 624-6983. 1050 NW'35th St. Then call extras. $400 down.
94371. Open Sundays. CBS Huge Lot Ben-Kori, Realtor, 7512243. many
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$300 Down
No Closing Costs Owner 758-8749 HELP WANTEDBaby 3 bedroom house, big lot, 1151 NW 80 ST. 3 bedroom, dining room, uti
Fully furn., 2 bedroom,separate only stove and refrig. real lity room, many extras.
----
garage, enclosed front porch, sitter from 3:30 p.m. clean 92nd 22nd down. $11,000 total.
St. & Ave. $350
Fla room, immaculate inside Income property. Rental 5 to 2:30: a.m. 6 days a week.
and bedrooms furnished. 2 bath $30 week. Ben-Kori, Realtor.
out. Almost new stove Call 681-2249 for details.
and refrig. Located on NW 37th $8,750. 8013 NW 14th PL. 7512243. 8315 NW 15 AVE. 3 bedroom, utility I I room,
St. A bargain at $8,400 with --- DRIVER"Zilber Taxi. Airport \ fenced, appliances, $300
$300down and $68 month, FHA Maggie's Beauty Shop,641 and Miami, full or part-: Modem furn.room with private down, $69 month pays all.
Keys at Life Realty, Broker, NW 2nd Ave. with three experienced time, will train. 24 to 55. Male phone for intelligent man. Desirable -
4932 NW 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. and female. Payoff location. 1545 NW 68for
Open evenings and Sundays. location in front operators.of Mary Good Eli- Christmas debts working your r St. 6912494. 2911 NW 162 ST. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, built-in

---- us part-time. FR ---- oven. Fla room, garage,
4-6121. .
zabeth
No Closing Costs Hotel. Call night or r $450 down.
day. FR 1-9261 or 691-6466. Jan.28
Lovely
corner CBS, 2 bedrooms
2 baths, carport, red Ask for Mrs. Henderson. FULL OR PART-TIME WE HAVE MANY MORE
tile roof, jalousie windows, --- MALE OR FEMALE BEING DISPLACED? LET US HELP YOU BUY ANY
air conditioner, range. Houseis 2050 NW 96th Street 1 Dishwahers and kitchen help. FHA HOUSE $100 DOWN. VETS ONLY $100 DOWN \
spotless and 2nd bedroo m Like New $300 Down Over 18 years. See manager.
has its own outside door. Owner 758-8749 Apply Holiday Cafeteria. 8288 CALL
Price is $11,000 with $350 -- ]Bis. Bid. Indef SHELL
down and $68 month. REALTY
Key at
Life Want to own your own home? Mtlvii Fox
Realty, Broker, 4932 NW
7th PL I've got all kinds at all locations REGISTER NOW
Ave. 9-4371. brand new and repossessed Little Folks Play School FORSTOCKSBOW 4260 NW 71k Aye. 751-5551
home that are Licensed Day Nursery and j
Bunche Park Bargain like new. Save thousands of Kindergarten. 3290 NW 45th IB
Lovely 3 bedroom CBS, freshly dollars. Buy direct from ow- St. Phones: 635-5283 or 634- 11N11111N111FORD >
painted inside 3044. MUTUAL/ FUNDS .
and out, ner. No Brokers commissionsto
awning windows, large lot. pay and no closing costs. .._.....- Jan. 22
15935 Bunche Park West CALL IMMEDIATELY!
Drive. Price only $9,000. $300 J E 1-6902.
down and $48 month, FHA. .
--r
Seller will pay your closing 8931 and 9001 NW 16th Ave.
costs. Key at Life Realty, MIAMI TIMES
and bedroom houses side
Broker 2 3 REAL ESTATE SPECIALS
4932 NW 7th Ave.
PL 9-4371. Open evenings, by' side, tile roof, carport, ,
Sundays. garage, well sprinklers, FHA
---- price I and terms. Open 11 to ADS WE ARRANGE FINANCING
CONVENIENT 3 Sunday. Morris Shalomith, r.
TO BEACH :
Broker, 7543535.
Custom built home in Washington .------ 1925 NW 81 Street

Park. Furnished. Hardwood 7025 Nw'28th Avenue BRLHJRESULTS ltlU, DEYI1\L. $300 down, 3 bedroom, CBS home. Move in
floors tile roof, move in Like New, 3 Bedroom '
In and rent while being quali- INVESTMENTCORPORATION now.
fied. $100 will handle. Owner Move Right In \
Must See
373-3304._ Owner 7588749No 7141 BISCAYNE BLVD 774 NW 70 STREETS
r- -
RANCHES! Phone MIAMI 799-8846 FU 33131 bedroom house. $300 down. Move right in.

West' Hollywood, just east of Qualify
U.S. 441. '3 bedrooms, 2 full Big Fla room, CBS oak fls. 2080 NW 85 STREET
I baths. Fla rnnm nonnrat* di... tile roof. Terrific deal. $500
'". and-living'room.- Move right down, vacant,-move right in. $250 down, $59 month, CBS home, newly

in and buy like rent. JA 3- Near Edison School. Low in and out. New roof.

)441. Owner FR 33304. price, terms arranged. A- LESS THAN''RENT

Ben-Kori, Realtor, 612 NW 1420 NW 90 STREET
--- 60th St., anytime 7512243. $100 DOWN $75 MONTH PAYS ALL
No $450 down, 3 bedroom, 2 bath beauty. -
Qualifying-Move Right In ---- 2 Bedroom, 1 Bath, No Qualifying, Near 7th
Beautiful 3 bedroom CBS, tile 3 Bedrooms (
1420 NW
Ave. 39 STREET
'
roof, jalousie windows large 2 baths, realy lovely home, ( DREAM HOME
Porch, large kitchen, $700,, big with lots of privacy. Near- $70 month, 2 bedroom, and Fla room.
.(fawn and take over FHA Edison School. $450 down. i
pay- 2 bedroom 1 bath Fla CBS
ments I room, garage,
of
$100 month pays all. FHA terms. See today. A. ; RENTALS
Keys at Life Realty, Broker Ben-Kori, Realtor, 612 NW ( fenced, nicely landscaped.LOW I .

Open n32 NW eves 7th, Sundays.Ave. PL 9-4371. 60th) St. anytime 751-2243. DOWN PAYMENT FHA 4612 NW 16 Ave.1 bedroom apt..$17 week.


- -Frigidaire----, 12--ft. GE excellent lIt DRIVE NW 67 BY.STREET. : 2125 NW 58 St. 3 bedrooms$20 week.

South Miami. 6601 SW 62 Ct condition. $40. 30 inch J 1845 NW 49 St.- bedroom house. $15 week.
$},000 total.$200 down. Fresh- Hotpoint elec. stove. Very { 771 MW 43 STREET ,

Y Painted. Big 100'xl25' lot. clean, need minor repairs 2 3edroom and 1 Bedroom Apts for Rent.
er: 373-3304. New elec. westinghouse Fry
Pan. $5. Call 696-6609, 1451 $22 and $25 week ATTENTION VETERANS

Lovely 3b'doom home in NW 90th St.Richmond ( OPEN 9 AM TO 1 PM MOW. FRI.
leant' of Manor Park. This I. a $100 down will buy you a nice home.

Potless house. Right near the Heights. $100 do. I Trio Realty
expressway on NW 40th St. 14721 Filmore St. No quali- ] WE ARE OPEN EVERY DAY

-"ge enclosed porch large fying, no closing costs, 2 N
bedrooms. Price is $8,650 bedroom, carport, awnings, A: 801 N.W. 54 St. FORD REALTYINC. Broker

ith $350 down and seller pays 1 stove, hardwood floors, A-l /

OUr closing costs. Life Real- condition. Move' in today. Jf: PL 9-8372 PL 9-0132 I 3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635-4595 J JCLASSIFIED
/, Realtor,
Inc.
['L 94371.Broker 4932 NW 7th Ave. 6611661.R. E. Marx, 4 j



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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday_ ,_ January 14,1966 : SCHOOL NEWSA
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teen r Round About Talk beautiful trophy case has Carver

been placed in the office. The Ranches
i
case was purchased by the
pourri graduating classes 64 and 65. ;
pot b ; By Jimmie "Scoop" Bethel
t > The trophies were publishedand News
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II : un :
1' nu u u2ta II U 11111 U UIIUHzn placed in the case by .,

By Bettishebfl E. Dean NEW YORK TRANSIT STRIKE members of the student body. fty Walter Bow
Rosetta Austin and Henry
The Den-Civic Club
of
Norton '65 graduate of Booker -
Arriving back in New York after a much needed T. Washington visited the South Broward gave an annual .

rest in Miami, I ran into the greatest traffic jamin school Dec. 20 to discuss Christmas party at Dec. 30
of friends classmates have drop- the beautiful home of
How or Mr. and
many your
the world New York City Transit Strike. All city- college life and experiences
for to recall. Imagine Mrs. Eugene Jordan, 4641 SW
ped out of school? Far too many you owned buses, subway trains and transportation work- to seniors interested in 'at-
t class starting with 500 students and at graduationonly 27th Street.A .
a Florida A&M Univer-
walked off their 1 1966 leaving 10 tending
ers jobs, Jan. number of members and
This is what has
their oc-
250 receive diplomas. sity. Both are presently fresh-
million people without city transporattion. The peopleof guests were present. The
refreshments -
of schools in Dade County and this
curred in many our men at Florida A&M. Four
this city are suffering hardships. Thousands of were as beautifulas
may be one of the principle reasons why our schoolsare other graduates of Booker T.
people unable to get to work because they can't af- Washington will be visiting the they were tasteful decor-
on the list of phase outs.
ated with holiday colors.
We complain about the Negro schools being phasedout ford whatever expensive travel mean Forty thou- school on Jan. 13, to discuss Gifts were exchanged.
sand taxi "drivers are working around the clock to etc. at
and we are mainly the cause of this. If more students expenses courses Among those present were

woul dtry to finish each year, then our schools would move these people around the city. The traffic jamsare Miami-Dade Junior College. Mr. and Mrs. Hendrick L.

need to reamin open to accomodate the number. almost impossible. These students are 1964 Tucker of Opa-locka Mr.
graduates of Booker T. Wash-
There are numerous reasons why many students T.W.U. President Mike Quill, head of the strik- ington and presently sophomores Edward Lewis Jr., of Miami

drop out and in most circumstances there is a possibility ing union was arrested and jailed suffered a heart at Junior College. Theyare Stanley Miller Linnie Bowles

of prevetion. Day in and out others explain to us attack and hospitalized. He is now mending at Bellevue Emma Crockett Constance Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Leonard

the great demand for an education, but we deprecatetheir Hospital. No settlement in sight according to Carter Deloris Woodside and Choice Robinson Titus Miss Taylor Margaret of thn A.'
,
concern. The time that we take to experience the union and city officials as of this writing-Jan. 11, Rodriquez Stirrup 1963 gradu- Hollywood vicinity Robert

these ourselves could be spent getting a worthwhile they can't seem to come to any agreement. The Quill ate.This Hardy of Miami son of Mr.

education.As TWU Union has asked for over $150 million a year year members of the and Mrs. Elliott Hardy first

students continuously drop out of school, they (for TAL) for the workers. The highest in bargaining administrative student staff facultyand vice president of the Dem-
find jobs difficult to come by and they nedd money. Our body have set upa
marched Civic Club was the guest
history. Jan. 10, Monday, 5,000 pickets on special project, a beautifi-
parents no longer support us and the contingency of speaker he was an exchange
City Hall carrying placards demanding Quill's re- cation drive. The project's
crime increases. You find yourselve sin prison and this student to Ghana Africa last
lease and J. E. O'Grady. Grady is chairman of T.A. purpose is to beautify the
is the one time that you have the chance to think backon summer. He demonstrated a
Van Arsdale NYCCLW and organizer of school. Homeroom and organi-
Harry
,
these school days, but it's a little too late. Most oft pres. zations ceremonial and street garment
are working to helpin
than of the taxi cab union is working as a go between. which was very interesting.Mr. .
our dropouts are involved in more crime I today supporting this project by

students in school. The seven to nine hours that a stu- purchasing plants for the cam- Hardy graduate c from

dent spends in school with his work the dropout, whois N.Y.C. LOSING BILLION DOLLARSBig pus and keeping students from the Southern University of
Florida and has been employed -
jobless is usually loitering and obviously gets in walking on the grass. Mr. in the Educational Depart-

trouble with the law. and small businesses are going bankrupt. The Robert Wilcox is chairman and ment as a teacher of Tampa.

Remember that once you have families to support government is trying to work out a special loan sys- Mrs. Dorothy Harris is co- The affair was enjoyed by

students, it's had to come back to school. Many of the tem for businessmen. The worst problem in this city chairman. all who were present. C. W.

greatest educators of our times struggled with little now is the worker, and millions of people can't get guards The and marching flag bearers band, color and Smith. president; Corine Dur-

help for an education. The important thing is to be neat to work, especially those who live off their salaries majorettes participated in the den, secretary; Aurelia Adams
and clean in You come to school to from day to day. is reporter.
your appearance.
Junior Orange Bowl Classic
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ie learn, therefore it's nothing wrong with being a little Dec. 29 in Coral Gables.

slow in your work. When you do learn you will know that SEEMS LIKE POLITICAL SHINDIG The cagers were defeatedby The VFW Post No. 8195

you accomplished'something because you,gave your best.If the Dillard High School meets Sunday at 5 p.m. at
Pembroke Road.
you are one of the students who considered drop- Panthers of Fort Lauderdaleby 4815
This strike has out of hand and it .
gotten now
****** *** **
..
ing out of school why not discuss this problem over a score of 57-46. The cap ..
seems like we ill have national guardsmen takjn g The Fire Department of ,
with counselor or teacher. Stay in school and en- ers will take on Blanche Ely
your
over-If that happens, we can expect anything; riots, Carver Ranches meets Mondayat
Jan. 14 and the NorthwesternBulls
friends also.
Z courage your fighting, looting, etc. How long can the I poor citizen Jan. 15 in the gym. 8'p.m. at the Fire Station.

The office of Adult Education go without means of a livelihood? How long can Seniors are preparing for
ADULT EVENING
will assist class members we see children not Retting their proper schooling? the 1966 edition of their year- director of admissions at How-

CLASSES AT LIBERTY in obtaining employment comparable One more week of this strike and hell will break' book. This promises to be the ard University. Seniors from

CITY ELEMENTARY to their skills and loose. Nine million people of this city,' and they. are best yearbook. Pictures are Dillard Attucks Miami North-
abilities. taken. .
being western North Dadei Carver
on the edge of breaking i
.. Come to the cafetorium of Congratulations to Leola Mays,'i Blanche Ely Edison
Adult evening classes will
of the Liberty City Elem. Alford in receiving a dairy Miami Central also took the
begin at the Liberty City Elem. School Monday evening Jan. MAYOR JOHN LINDSAY SPEAKS council award. She is a mem- test in the auditorium.
School 1855 N.W. 71st Street
17, at 8. ber of 9.8.Twenty. The'Girl and Boy Counselors -
on Monday evening Jan. 17 at
8. We are expecting you. The government of this.city will not capitulate seniors were given visited Jackson Memorial

Classes will be offered in before the lawless demands of a single power group.It the Florida State EmploymentTest Hospital on Dec. 23 for the

reading, English and arithmetic. will not allow the power brokers in our city-to January 7. purpose of giving ,gifts to
Seniors assembled in the small children ,
to'
ACE EMPLOYMENT dictate to this city the terms under which it (The help intirighteningup
library to take the Howard Uni- their Christmas.
All interested adults who SERVICE Power Brokers Group) will exist in New york. The versity Examination on Dec. Hie group danced,'" played

have. 8th grade training or less 324 N. Miami Avenue paramount issue-that threatens the destiny of our 17. he'test was given by the sang with the children.4.4.S .
'- invited and urged to take
government is whether New York City can be intimi-

r advantage of this opportunity. High School Boys 18 yrs. dates. I say it cannot and will not. Police Com. Bro-
All materials (books, paper Dishwashers Porters
pecnils etc.) will be provided derick view New York situation from helicopter that
5 t2 50.00
; free of charge. p.m. a.m. takes off from wail St. heliport. Traffic Com. Barne

works from traffic control center. People are using

every mean of getting to work-motor scooters, skates,

bicycles, car pools. We are hoping and praying that

the strike is settled before any major disaster. More
Madam Modonna
of this report next week. ..JScoop Bethel sayin

"Always reach for the silver lining," So long.

PALM READER AND ADVISOR '
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WANTS TO HELP YOU NW HONOR SOCIETY faculty and student body for ld 4 4
their cooperation.The .
She can help you, no matter how great or little your HEADS CHEERS TO committee comprises:

problem may be. VIETNAM SOLDIERSThe Carol Shipp. Gloria Adams,
*
'
Roslyn Dunn, 1orrene Duhart
You are personally Invited to bring your problems to faculty and student Jacquelyn Coffee Lillie Warden -

her. She will give advice on all problems of' life, suchas body of Northwestern High Carolyn Peterson Jacquelyn -

health, marriage, love divorces, courtships, hap- School cooperated wholeheartedly Glass, Andrea Sweet

piness and business transactions of. all kinds sheheals with the Blue and White ling. Gail.Willingham.

by prayer. Chapter of the National Honor Sponsors were: Mrs. L. F,,
Scoiety in their December pro- Strachan Mrs. L. W. Oliver"'
OPEN FROM 8 AM TO 9 PM INCLUDING SUNDAYS ject. Hundreds of Christmas VICTOR PIANOS & ORGANS

No Appointment Necessary cards were mailed to all ANNOUNCES NEW STAFF MEMBER

branches of the Armed ForcesIn I t .t .
840 NE 19TH STREET 15.9431 Vietnam. "; Charles 54th Street.T. Rogers *has 'lust joined the soles' staff of Victor Pianos*Organs 300 NJVHe / .
I
The Christmas card committee -

wishes to thank the I' m.-1 is eminently qualified, having unique background of training and experience in
t radio, TV, symphony concerts, choral accompanying, organ and piano-Mr. Rogers' .
appearances have been world wide. .
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Graduating from Bethune Cookman College, he went on for further study at the
MISPECIAL NOTICE University of Wisconsin. Private study in organ continued in Munich Germany and ot
the UnlllerSlty' of Miami. HIs radii' work included 2 year Saturday Music Series on
WBBB, Burlington, N C.

.Rev. Lena Ross PA During his Service tour, he was Chaplain's Assistant at Ft Jackson, S C, presiding at)
the Chapel organ. While overseas he was Organist Pianist. for the U,S. 43rd Winged
Victory Chorus and Band, appearing in concert**the Deutches Museum, Munich,
OF 6249 NW 19 AVENUE Germany; Sol/berg Festival House, Salzberg Austria, TV and MunICipal concerts in
FLORIDA Amsterdam, Holland;other concerts in Vienna,Austria, East Berlin, Pisa. Italy and a
MIAMI, pint concert with the Munich Symphony Orchestra

., Was out of town. She will return at this sane address, The Holland
engagement' was broadcast over a notion-wide hookup of the five
Smiling Eddie Lee Pitt- major
Jan. 16, 1966.Representing networks. The 31 man chorus sang to an estimated four million. people. Their
man popular local busInessman obiective, : to get money for the flood stricken people' ;t Holland.
I Is the new own-
man, woman, girl or boy. Passtort to er c' the Dive-Inn Bar Since 1960 Mr. Rogers has served as Minister of Music at Mt Zion Baptist
Church
peace, health, love, wisdom, success, prosperity all- 1772 NW 79th St. Phone 301 N.w. 9th -Street He is a member of the Miami Chapter, American Guild of,

good and Immorality. Bible research said thus "Jl f you his TO1-9431.old friends He JnvUei all Organists.

l walk in my statues to do all that is right, yott shall and meet new to friends.came Mr.and Rogers will) be> available
eat and enjoy all the good of the land." Everyone welcome IndfLONGHORN organ. .

Friends and members most re-register in person or by f

mall now. Mail to: Rev. Lena Ross, 710 W. 59th St. VICTOR PIANOS & ORGANSCorner

Savannah, Ga. N.W. 54th St.
t N.W. 3rd Are. pH. PL .3795

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BY HARRY SPEAR
BY LEO ARMBRISTER Over

HIALEAH OPENING TROPICAL CLOSING ..

Hialeah opens its gates Monday Jan. 17. Nine MIAMI HAS PROVEN ITS WORTH FOR
horse racing champions. Winners of
$5,711,169, will
MAJOR SPORTS EVENTSIt
parade Monday during opening day festivities. World
money winning champion Kelso heads the list. Which
includes Roman Brother, Moccasin, Buckpaser and is a hard search to find a reason for two}econd
Bold Lad. Others in the parade between the third and pieced teams to be earnestly playing a postseasongame
fourth races include What A Treat, Tosmash, Parka and even with the fayyening of the players' pension
Hialeah the purse as an incentive; yet with 65,959 fans turning out
Queen Empress. most beautifultrack attracts
..
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Watch the Colts the in the
from all to stampede Cowboys Sunday
more people over the country than
most
tracks in the states. Besides racing, you can spendthe Jim Brown (center), Cleveland Browns great fullback Orange Bowl and Millions more enjoying fifty yard line
TV the for the became
seats staging contest
on reason
;
afternoon taking in the Bird is shown
exhibits and a varietyof accepting congratulations from Charles Mal-
secondary, and upped the prestige of the game to first
other attractions. cus, P. Ballantine and Sons sales manager, and Kiah class.
Sayles, sales relations manager at a cocktail party Fri-
The exhibition did two things. It showed the great
FIFTEEN NAMED FOR RICH TROPICAL HANDICAPWith day night at the Hollywood Beach Hotel, sponsored by
Ballantine. superiority the Western Con ference enjoys over the East.
Gentilly Stable's Moss The Browns beaten the Packers week
Vale, newest contender Brown won the National Football League Golf were solidly by a
for Florida stakes honors before and it the outcome for the runnersup.The .
top heading the list, fifteen Tournament with an adjusted two-round score of 140. was same
middle-distance stars have been nominated for the Colst' humiliation of the Cowboys gave the West
Brown shot a 77 on the par 70 course, but is was
$50,000 added Tropical Park Handicap, the mile and a cut to 7p under the complex Gallaway System. 15 of the 16 contests for the season.
furlong test which will bring Park's The second thing the exhibition did was to prove
Tropical 45-day Defensive back Dick LeBeau of the Detroit Lions,
meeting to a climax on closing day, Saturday, January15th. tied with Brown after the first round was pushed to sec- that there is an advantage to playing in weather that is
ond not torturious to the fans and impossible to the players.
spot although his gross was 77, the same as
The stretch-runningson of Gallant Man, established Brown's. LeBeau's adjusted score was 77 for a 142 to- This game along with its attendance may prove to
himself firmly as top bidder for handicap honors- tal. Bob Taylor of Minnesota also had an adjusted 142. be the foundation for a regular ruling to play championr -
in cities where the weather is
ship more compat-
games
with his game victory over Convex in Wednesday's Meanwhile offensive tackle Charles Bradshaw r
ible what with television and all
; coverage everyone
$20,000 added Orange Bowl Handicap which annually the Pittsburgh Steelers was elected president of the will enjoy and benefit.
serves as a pilot project for the Tropical Handicap. National Football League Players Association.
Capably ridden by Ronnie Baldwin, who fits him per- FOOTBALL SEASON ENDS IN WEST

fectly, Moss Vale trailed far back in the early going Jai Alai World Series Underway. The football season finale will be presented from
picked up his field, one by one as he started to roll the Los Angeles Coliseum Sunday. This is the 16th post
half a mile from home, and then appeared to hang only Post. 2-Carlos-Guarita season Pro-Bowl game with the West winning 10.
representing -o
slightly as he was ready to run past Convex who had Beginning Thursday night United States. A record attendance is anticipated with two of the
gained the lead at mid tretch. will January present 13, its Miami annual Jai World Alai Post 3.-Francisco-Lar. games' greatest running backs crashing head-on: Jim
Moss Vale, winner of the $100,000 HawthroneGold Series doubles competition.The ranaga representing Mexico. Brown, Cleveland Browns, seasoned full back and Gale
Cup and the $35,000 Buckeye Handicap last year, 10th game has been designated Post 4.BengosMendiolrepresenting a,,, Sayers, the Bears' outstanding half-back.
is one of two winners of hundred granders on the Tro- for this exciting series France. Sayers on his way to his record sensational season
pical roster. The other is Gray Willows Farm's Am- and will continue each Post Ondarres-Churruca,, scored 22 touchdowns, one more than Jim Brown. Like
victor in last Thursday night for the remain- representing Filipinas. Sayers, Jim Brown won a spot as a back on the Ail-
pose, year's Gulstream Handicap. On the
der of the season. The defend- Post 6.-Orbca-Echve, representing Star squad in 1957, his rookie year with the Browns.
list for the Tropical are seven who bowed to Moss ing champions Or be a and Spain.
Vale in the Orange Bowl. Miami Jai Alai continuesto
Behave will
again
represent I 2 RATTLERS SIGN WITH MIAMI DOLPHINS
Among those slated to test the Gentilly color- !Spain. A successful defenseof shatter all attendance and
bearer next Saturday are J. A. Laccitiello's Sly- their crown will be no easy betting records since its openIng Two Florida A&M University Rattlers signed con-
stitch, winner of the $50,000 Trenton Handicap last J task since Pedro Mir, the celebrated more on than Christmas a half million night patronsare and tracts recently to play professional football with the

year along with two lesser stakes; Hobeau Farm 's I,arranged'for Players-Manager a tremendous lineup has expected to view the fast- Miami Dolphins of the American Football League. Tackle -
Choker, winner of the $50,000 added Gallant Fox Handicap I( 'of stars all of whom are- growing sport during the 1965- John ny Holmes of Savannah, Ga., played for the Bluein
and second in the Display and Vosburgh, both i playing! in mid-season form. 66 season. the Blue and Gray Game in Montgomery, Dec. 25.
$50,000 events, and the foreign-bred Attention III, 'The lineup for the World Series Eleven games are scheduled End Bill Barber played for the Wheeling (W. Va.) Iron-
which failed to win a stakes event last year in the is as follows: nightly (excluding Sunday's)I men of the Continental league last season. Both players -
U.S., but finished second in each of his four outingsin Post l.-solozabal-Chimela, and post time for the first gam e signed as free agents. Holmes was a member of the
this country. .'representing Italy. is 7:30 p.m. 1965 Rattler team, while Barber has played in the Na- J

-- - tional Football League, Canadian Football League,
MARLINS BASEBALL CLUB HAS NEW MANAGERSome and the old United League, now the Continental Lea-
gue. The Dolphins will have three Rattlers on their
time back during the season, I said there NOW PENSPECIAL roster when they open training this summer. Owen Mc-
was going to be some drastic changes, well my pre- Kay, a tackle from the '64 team signed earlier with the
diction has been rewarded. The Marlins have signed a AFL club.The Dolphins will field their first team this
new franchise with the Baltimore Orioles who make fall. A total of 22 Rattlers are now under contract to
this their home during spring training. Now it is com- play professional football. A breakdown by league '
plete. We will have the farm team here for the summer. LIMITED TIME ONLY shows that five are with the NFL, 11 with the AFL,
The Marlins introduced the new manager, Bill Demars four with the CL, and ,two with the CFL.
who for 15 years, played pro ball with the St. Louis : 35x7living
Browns and Philadelphia A's. The Marlins management \Dugies Guest Hous
have put out a package deal for box seats of which he
has sold 600 seats. They run in boxes of 6 & 8 seatsto f V The house of unusual rooms

a box. They sell for $100 per box. It's about as biga Color "K..p us In mind"A
bargain as you will find in baseball. better place, w. challenge you to find
JAY BAKER Seeing Is believing
Photographs The, accommodations! you receive
You find only In this brother

; OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY
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\ 2941 N.W. 47TH STREET 634-3851

f* JAMAICA DUGIE
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BILL TYLER Sunday 16 p.m. Prince's CafeIs

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--- always thinking of you, and all the good

MIAMI NORTH TRAVEL nUREAl) things you would enjoy eating. Try our Tone,

1104 NW 3 AVE. Delmonico.Charcoal broil Steaks. lb. with I
all the trimmings. It's mouth watering! Also

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! I .16 THE MIAMI_TIMES, Friday, Jcnurry 14, 1966 Camilla was attested at >j

Ala. Youth Charged his grandmother's house where) i., : 'r
he lived, near the scene off '
' 1 4M the slaying. Officers said h 'I carrying a .22-calibre:
was
'r', ,,.ti / in Slaying. of DeputyA rifle, but did not resist.EDISON.
bl -
J
i I Negro youth at Valden. behind a haystack. A'I
Ala., was charged with murdor
: ) I in the ambush rifle slaying of Carroll County Deputy
I Constable Elton L. Williams Sheriff H. I. Michie said Williams '
': I' last Tuesday. 63, was shot when he
I Charlie Camilla, 14, was investigated reports that I Specials I
M taken to the LeFlore County someone had fired a rifle in a
I jail in nearby Greenwood, Negro residential area. He
\ whore he reportedly said that said Williams was hit with a
: he "fired the shot that killed .22-calibre rifle shot as he OPEN AFTER 1 P.M. SUNDAY

I. __ the constao"l8*<2wh.ile hiding got out of,his car. $1938 NW 89TH TERRACE

2 CBS houses. $13,000 total. $400 down. FHA. No

f ft X bR :ti. flIcksMEN'SWEARsEE closing costs._ .jice comer. City water.

I --i OPEN AFTER 1 P.M. SUNDAY
dl's v'xt+ :"'MR.JAac." 546 NW 59TO STREET

1 ", 3e STYLES FOR FOR ALL AGES Newly deocrated in and out. Large CBS hone, carport.

Tb. V.ry,Latt.t la M...'. ftuhtai Extra building. No qualifying. $12,500 total. :
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ITALIAN'SHOES DRIVE BY THESE THEN CALL EDISON I

I 944, NW. 2nd Are. Miami, Florida
I JI' 170, ),NW 46th St. -Only $7500 total price. Parity turn.
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; j ,
; i j jI 299 NW 43rd St. Comer, 2 bedroom, CBS, garage,
I total.

I j LEADS FALCONS IN SCORING : .CBS Homes{ $11,500

I at 8 p.m. 431 NW 58th St. CBs, Duplex, $12,500 total. (less
j Bill Alheim's Miami-Dade Combining a tight press- FROMIOO DOWN"NO than FHA value ) tile baths, $400 down.No closing cts.
Junior College Falcons, un-
I this ing defense with fast break, CLOSING COSTS I
defeated in 10 starts the M-DJC team set a new 8000 NW 12th Ct. Beautiful CBS, duplex, 2 bedroom
and averaging 105.9points DRIVE BY COMPARE
season -
scoring record of 139 points each side. Excellent and
per game, will Junior meet against Florida Keys JC last 4515 NW 22 Ct.............FHA, $10,500. price terms.
University's
Stetson
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11 still to play, Fal
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Hospital the century mark in seven 8720 NW 14 Ave..2 Bedroom
: Blood ... & Garage
I j games. ** ARE OPEN, ALL DAY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
Led by freshman guard 8801 NW 16 Ave..3 Bedroom & Pool

Drive Willie C. Rodgers with a 1620 NW 91 St...,..:... ;.,Uke. .New ** ". BEING DISPLACED? $100 DOWN
SaturdayFive 20.6 point' average, six of R ARE YOU VETERAN $100 DOWN
the Falcons ,re averaging in AETNA
REALIY1OKEI)811 .
dollars will be given double figures. Other players ) | \ ,
the first 100 donors of bloodto with two-digit averages are EDISON REALTY, Realtors
the Christian Hospital big Dick Miasek, 16.7; Ernie N W 54, 'sT' '751 '5724
+ Blood Drive which begins Sat- Sims, 16.0; Winston Bethel, : ., .._ R 175 N.W. 62nd St 7512,441p
urday, Jan. IS, beginning fron. 14.4; Rodger Serio 14.2; .: ,Open Saturday<& ,Sunday ', i ""' R".
9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tim Ritmiller, 11.1. I
The mobile unit will be on
.
the premises curing that lime.
,.... Be one of the first 100 donors!



{ RECREATION SCOTT HOUSING NEWS I ,, i A

Last week Scott Housing
had a Post-Chtistmas Partyon
wheels. The events wereas
follows.
t Poison River-1st and 2nd
grad boys and girls. 1st place

Olen Sharpe, 2nd, Kimberlyn 6483 TAFT ST.PALM SPRINGS MILE 5757 N.W. 27th AVE. ISHOp' 9&43 Bird U.
r Bannerman; 3rd, Leonard 1375 W.49th St. CENTER
: W Noitywood. Miami
Jones. ,' .
; Hlal..h, "a.
I
MIAMI, FLA. Perrin,Ma.
Balloon Relay -Teen girls 945-0381 MM76I I ZZ45631MON.THRU
Mary Bailey, Sarah Bailey, 63 .0736 635-07-A 23S-2901
Mary Bain, Mad ne Bain, Lin-
: da Evans.

grade Poison girls.Circle-1st 1st, Deuertise and 2nd 10-9 SAT. N0 EMERGENCY N0 GOING OUT OF BUSINESS 5 :Y

Davis, 2nd, Olen Sharpe; 3rd, .
1 Trenise Davis. .
1st 4th Relay-Wendy Davis -
,Jan Green, Irish Simpson, 4 Foam Sectional'

Kimberlyn Single Skating-lst Bannennan.and 2nd pc.

grade girls. Kim Bannerman,
Irish Simmons. Single skating,

Olen Open Sharpe.Canon Tournament-
Lnrrrun1WI:
Shorty boys and girls conducted -
byMiss Bannerman. Resultswere r b
1st, Karen Sampson; 2nd s r
j Gregory Sampson; 3rd, Maurice
Thomas. Junior Orange Bowl
parade participants, 5th and 11 .
10th grade girls. Stephanie
Lynes, Geneva Lynes, Helen
% )Hi :
Williams, JoAnn Sharpe, Carolyn jT ,
Ector, Deloris Thompson, ,
':0 ,Bernice Lynes. I t t+ i t 1 t t r 1 1 .

NORTHWESTERN PTA it'I 'ijt1Yi \

PRESENTS SPECIAL

PROGRAMThe

Miami NorthwesternPTA "
is sponsoring a special I ,

meeting program at in the its January school audi-17th 41 xw" ....,... .. r

torium at 8 p.m. Parents and
students are invited to see CUSTOM MADE
the film "A Quarter of a IIN
Million Teenagers" which REVERSIBLEZIPPERED i'
deals with the increased I-
spread of venereal diseases I CUSHIONSSELF
teenagers. Mr. Frank Gold-
p.; Feldt, Special Investigator COVERED
r for the Public Health Department LIMIT PLATFORMS
will speak- the 1
group and answer questions
afterwards. OVER too TO A CUSTOMER
( Mrs. Arie Gary, presidentand N s fLOOaoOM COMP. $169.96 TAIE HOME & SAVE
Mrs. D. R. Young, chairman
publicity.