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Creation Date: January 21, 1966
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General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
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Vol. 43, No. 21 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, 1966 16 PAGES 15



I $2 Million' Awarded 'for 3O O.C6i1d.Head rt Program. I


.
The Economic Opportunity program tor two to five yea,
COMPUTER CATCHES HOWARD Program Inc. was awarded a old children It will be subcontracted -
4 $2 million federal grant Tues- to the school
day for a 3,000-child Opera- board and directed by Helen
UNIV.
STUDENTS CHEATINGA tion lIeadstart program for Stolte, superintendent of the

ill computer used to check examination at the universityDec. Dade County. John F. Kennedy preschool
.
results of an examination, 6 and 7. The grant was announced program.
caught ten Howard University Similar patterns of answerson Tuesday night from his Wash- "lis>i a unique program",
I students recently. They were the tests taken by the 11 ington office by Congressman Weatherly said, "because money
students revealed by the Dante Fascell. comes from two sources
suspended Tuesday for cheating were
H HS'k I computerized grading of the The Headstart program will the Economic Opportunity'snew
Officials of the universitysaid tests by the board of dentalexa begin the middle of March grant for $1,966,75.7 and
Saturday an 11th studentwas miners in Chicago, said said Richard Weather!ey, executive $700,000 given to the school
put on probation. He den- Ernest Goodman, public rela- director of EOPI. One- board by the Office of Edu-
ied being involved in any tions director of the university.The hundred twenty teachers will cation."
cheating, officials said. computer was programmedto enroll Monday'at the Univer- The smaller sum will pay
Eluding four faculty proc- detect cheating, he said. sity for six-weeks intensive for facilities and the larger
tors who were monitoring the training to prepare for the will pay teachers, buy equipment -
e. seven-part, multiple choice The suspended studentsmay work in the program in Dade and materials, take care
test given to 64 members of apply for readmission in County. of medical programsmeals and
ct, y 4't the dental school's junior September. accepted they will The units will be locatedin enrichment.The %
class, the cheating was be- have to repeat the junior yearon about 20 sites in economi- headstart program will
lieved to have taken place a probationary basis, said cally disadvantaged areas, but be sustained by the grant for
during a national dental board Goodman. there will be no restrictionson seven months, then requestswill
u children vrfio attend. be made for additional
The program will be a continuation funds to carry on the project,
# Governor Calls Special" of the daycareNEGROES Weatherly said.




E's Election for Bond's Seat : JO SUFFER i


Georgia's Gov. Carl E. action of men who bum their : MOST IF KENDALL

Sanders said Monday that un- draft cards. ,
less an alternative is foundhe Gov. Sanders acted after a
will call 'a special electionfor federal court hearing was.act :
: HOSPITAL IS CLOSED, :
f ptit' Georgia House of Represen- line for calling the election. ----............ .-.. ....-... a
"We think 17 miles by am
The recommendation of Me-
tatives. Chief Judge Elbert P. Tut-
bulance is bad enough, but
tro Manager Porter Homer before -
Bond, a civil rights workerin tle of the Fifth Circuit Courtof
40 miles through downtown
Atlanta, was not allowed to Appeals appointed himself, Metro Commission Mondayto "
Miami is even worse, a '
ge-T
close Kendall Hospital has
take hisseat last Monday when Circuit Judge Griffin B. Bell
neral act loner said.
some 75 fellow legislators and District Judge Lewis R. aroused no small resentment pr
challenged his loyalty because Morgan to hear the case Jan. among residents of South Dado* Another physician with 46
Homestead's eight doctor, years of practice in the area
he endorsed a statement opposing 28midway of the session of
were deeply concerned about; said, the move "doesn't take
the U. S. involvementin legislature ,and 20 days after
Viet Nam and condoning the the House rejected Bond. the distance patients would into consideration the poor
have to travel if facilities at people who have to 8 all the
Jackson Memorial were ex- way to Jackson
St. John Baptist to Dedicate panded to handle Kendall "This came up years ago
patients. and they used some common
Johnson sense and saw that the southern
Educational Center '
end of the county needed some
WIly did Mrs. Atholit
Range
"
w Dedicatory services of the derator of the "Man to ManSeries" hospital facilities too, he
.. new education and cafe tori urn on Channel 2 will l serve lose the City Commission continued. "To tell you the
Vickie buildings at St. John Institu- as speaker for the occasion election??? .(see page 9)) truth. I think it's a damn poor
Lynn Crockett recently selected Miss
as .idea:"
tional The four choirs under the
Baptist Church, 1328
I Sepia Philadelphia 1966 was presented a Wanamaker NW 3rd Ave., will take placeat direction of Mrs. J. W. Dunn, ford Johnson. It houses va- "This additional distance
congratulatory award i n recognition of her recentlywon 4:30: p.m., Sunday, January minister of music and music rious departments of the Sun- could be tragic in some cases"

title. 23. Rev. Luther Pierce, mo- consultant for the Coconut day School, the daily nursery said one doctor. "Definitely
Grove and Holmes Elementary program and other church ac- hazardous for some patients,"

Schools, will render the mu- tivities. The auditorium Is said another. -._
I Board to be Investigated for BiasTwo sic. completely air conditioned and Many of the patients at Ken
This center which is val- available to charitable and dall Hospital are poor people-

The Dade Charter Review been composed of industry re-that examiners might limit ualed at $125,000 is named in civic groups. Open house will Negroes and white-most of
Board has planned this year to presentatives.This competition by flunking would- honor of its youthful and progressive follow the program with refreshments them from the southern end of
investigate Metro's contractors has caused criticism be licensees. pastor Rev. Thed- being served. the county.

examining board, said


board Smith The on chairman board Monday.has Mrs.received Cyril City to Rid Streets of


complaints from some per-
sons, who claimed they did Abandoned Autos
not get a fair deal from the 1q +4:,
examining boards, she said. Now that the City of Miami clean-up, last spring the city ,
"We're going to study the has found a customer, it has got $1.50 a head. It could be
entire question, especiallythe decided to launch another that the purchaser isstillloaded -

propriety of people in one drive to get rid of the "dead" with junk. r w 72r N if pu"' t ,, 4 +
trade deciding if others in the bodies of vehicles left on its Last Thursday City Manager d
same trade should get a license streets, and on empty lots. M. L. Reese signed an agreement -
to work in that field," The city has sold about with Theodore Terp, pre-
said Mrs. Smith.Appointed 200 junkets cluttering up a lot sident of L & F Auto Parts and
by the Metro back of the Coconut Grove incinerator Wrecking, for $50 sale price.
Commission, these board mem- for $50-about 25 Terp agreed to take the cars
bers oversee the licensing of cents a piece. The last drive by Feb. 11.
prospective plumbers, elec- brought 50 cents each. Top reportedly! indicatedthat
tricians, etc. for the building During the scrapped autos he would buy more when
trades, and have generally the city gets* them. Getting
them is no problem to the city.It .
is not unusal for aban-
I GRAVE ROBBERS GUILTYC. doned cars to be left in the i
streets, or in the driveway or
Georgia teenagers Stegall, 17, sons of promi- right-of-way of some home, or
charged with robbing the bodyof nent Thomasville, Ga. fami- in some parking or vacant lot,
a woman from a grave three lies.The or even on someone's lawn.
weeks ago near Tallahassee woman was identifiedas City police stick signs on
were found guilty last Wednes- Nancy Carr, 81 years old, the windshields telling the
day by Leon County Juvenile who died last May. Her head- owners their cars are about to READ US A STORY
Court and ordered to do cleanup less body was discovered on be towed away. But many times
work in the pauper's ceme- Christmas Eve by a hunter, the owners new come back WITH TWIN SISTERS Kim(left)and Karen, four-year-old Derek Brinson, Washington -
John Jackson, on an island in and the city has to haul the D. C., looks forward to story time. Derek was born with water on the brain, a
tery.They were also given sus- Lake !amonia."I cars to its own lot. serious birth defect which endangered his sight, his mind and even his life. Surges:

pended sentence, placed on had an inner desire to The cars are kept a legal ons at a March of Dimes Birth Defects Center inserted a "shunt" tube under his
probation and their names released have a skull," Forester told minimum! of 45 days, while a scalp to drain excess fluid which caused pressure on the brain. Today, Derek 1 sable
for publication by Judge the court. The boys said they title check is being made to
Rufus to keep up with his normal sisters in all their activities. Contributions to the
O. Jefferson. dug into the grave about Dec. find the owner. It normally
March of Dimes help support 57 Birth Defects Centers across the nation for care and
The youngsters are JulianS. 1 with the hopes of finding a takes a longer time to get rid
Forrester, 15, and Joseph skeleton. of them. treatment of problems similar to Derek's.



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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, January 21. 1966
: lET'S ALl POLITICS/


Be Equal r : By NORMAN JONES

The increased political 'activity of the Negro i in
Florida during the past year is dramatically indicatedby
H "Waitery M.Yean* Jr.EMcnUv the reelection of Ted Nichols in Melbourne, James

E. Huger in Daytona, Claude Brooks in Crystal RiVer
*Director tioniiEvery tJ rtwI k
Leoac-e miss by just over 1,000
and the near votes of Mrs,
step in race relations measures two distances Athalie Range to the City Commission of Miami.
-how far we've come and how far we have yet to go. It The election of Brooks to the City Council of Cry.
cannot be denied that the ap ointment of Dr. Robert C. stal River is perhaps the most surprising and most significant
Weaver, a Negro, as a member of the Cabinet of the as Citrus County is in the area commonly
United States government is an indication of how far known as the "Wool Hat Section" where Negroes were
we've come, but to see anything unusual in the appoint- only permitted to register in numbers only after the
ment of a man so highly qualified is a measure of how passage of the Voting Rights Bill. He becomes the
far we have yet to go! first Negro ever to run for public office in the County,
I said practically the same thing in the introductory Citrus County is geographically grouped in the
chapter of my book, "To Be Equal," in referring to Dr. hard core North Florida counties with Bradford County
Weaver's appointment earlier as head of the Housing and where a Negro was elected to the City Council of
TTome Finance Agency: "Here's a man who has his Lawtey and forced to resign after threats to his life
Bachelor's, his master's, and his Ph.D. degrees with r and Family. The reaction of hard core racists in the
honors from Harvard University; and who has had 25 Crystal River area is yet to be determined.
years' experience in housing and in administration. The : 1iL SIGNIFICANT TREND AFFECTS GOVERNOR'S RACE
most unusual thing about it is the fact that this job has
never had in it a man with such outstanding qualifica This significant political activity and increased
tions." registration of the Negro which may reach 500,000 by
High Point N. C. Three of the Florida AMI of the Primaries, is setting a
And so today we applaud not Dr. WeaverI Dt a Pres- the time May precedentin
queens attending the Orange Blossom Classic recently the forthcoming election of statewide officials
ident who has recognized these qualifi ations and placed in
in a high and deserving position the individual who in Miami, Fla. display the new combination perfume- the May Primaries and the general election in Novem.
properly measure np to the job to be done in the Depart- deodorant packaged by Sutton Cosmetics. The pretty" ber, as no longer can the Democratic Primary winners
lasses are (1. to'r.) Beverly Powell, "Miss Junior, a take for granted their election since the strong opposition

SDP.nt.In future columns I shall be discussing the full psychology major from Houston, Texas; Barbara" Page, of the Republican Party in recent years.It .
significance of this New Department and its great chal- "Miss Pershing Rifles Military Fraternity, a mathematics has been only since 1946 a short two decadesago
langes and opportunities that will increasingly effect major from Orlando, Fla.; and Yvett Moss, "Miss since the Negro won the right to participate in the
the large majority of Americans who now live in urban Senior Class," a sociology major from Birmingham, Ala. Democratic Primaries in Florida and then only in the

communities. With our know-how and resources, our few larger counties. However in the past three years
cities can become-and must become-havens of hope 4 and particularly since the passage of the Voting Rights
rather than the dungeons of despair which they presently ,, ) ........* t<- ri'it ::: Bill Negro registration has been stepped up in the
are for so many. "./ ;" ..'./' .,,'.'.aa.a2..,.... .a OIl i.11- ,, .s' -.....".'." racist North Florida and Panhandle Counties to boost
l' .r: .
Today I wish to single out the appointment of Dr. t' +: _Es AM.MIM ; the total of Negro voters to more than double since
Weaver of what I believe 1966 becomein : . .
as symbolic can ,.,. .- ;
"' .
: V # :; 1960.This
race relations for our country. The first half of the .r!:", ; : j .; coming Gubernatorial race shows a marked
,
sixties will be remembered best as the period in which "' ,!J'''',,.' ,VEMV'... 'Ii<"'"">";LA ''I',-.., trend of the major candidates from previous years in
the tangible, visible blocks to the Negro citizen were *:' i;; that they all, even at this early date, are scramblingfor
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removed-in employment, in the use of public accomoda- ; E : :::: .: the Negro vote--openly; while in the previous
tions, in housing, education, health and welfare, or in ,h., : :.%379,7735' <><. elections since 1946 the Negro bloc vote went by default
the very crucial area of voting. It will also be remembered ; :_ to the least objectionable candidate without too
as the period in which new, large-scale remedial ,. 'ft" < t. "
w VUIJE much organized effort as the candidates were leary of
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programs were initiated for the purpose of rehabilitating % being identified too closely-or at all with the Negro
the disadvantaged and compensation for the years of 4 continued.
bloc votes. (To be )
historic abuse and deprivation.Now .
however, with this significant appointment
ushering in the second half of this decade, the optimism .
which I feel for the year ahead is well justified. I predict \ ..
for less inclination toward w .:+-
one thing, concentration \ / j'
on conflict situations, and more attention to the positives -
the success and the cooperative efforts. The real :
reason for this will be placed in the hands of Negro
'
leadership to implement assistance programs, crime P1flILt1IIJi'iI1141i'E[
prevention and rehabilitation efforts. The Negro, given
opportunities will focus more on self-help programs ,/
(remedial, school, eta) than on demonstrations. He will
evidence increasing pride and confidence and new aspirations .
which will now have been surprised.I .
predict that there will be a continuation of the
conscious effort of Negro citizens to register and vote.
and, in so doing to reward those who have indicated a 1 1 1 1
desire and a sincere interest in their pli ght- and at the
same time using this means to reject, regardless of
party label, those who have proven to be mere oppor-
tunists and stumbling blocks to justice and to constructive -
corrective programs.
I predict, also, additional significant legislative z&j --i.
gains including a Home Rule for Washington,, IXC;
J* 's preventing the exclusion of Negroes from juries, ,
and further action on the part of Congress to provide its ,
sincerity to carry out the intent of the 1965 legislative
program by providing the necessary appropriations for I I II
:
t
the Rent Supplement Bill and make possible the proper 1.
staffing of the various civil rights commitments.
The year 1965 will more than likely see the first
Negro, since Reconstruction: elected: to the U. S. Senate -
; and if a vacancy should! occur, :1 have no doubt
that President Johnson would not hesitate to name one
of our many qualified Negro judges to the U. S. Supreme
Court..
The appointment of Dr. Weaver provides, it seems,
a challenge and an opportunity to all other institutionsin
our society-corporations, churches, educational institutions $cLL ;
etc.- to make equally significant appointments _
or promotions in their areas of responsibility. .r
All of this progress, uadergirded, encouraged and madejapssible
by an increase in the number of decent, fair- That'i riBtif! The new housing tul makes any at'serviceman EWUIERTYNORESCSTAnS
minded, intelligent white citizens will help to bring (lIT woman)eligible tar I CM town payment M a home That's AH MMTcrrtat. habra: tt3th ST. !
America to the point where it will be not only the land why yw mot came tee Liberty Hornet btatet. atfiacent la '
Liberty Gardens n bMmiii| Mrttwest Miamt H tit. floors
want !
of opportunity for all, regardless of race, but, in fact, thnl!.f Inring in ywir mm home M 'less than yea'4 yea MY t.rent SeMri,lots UBERTt' YD ELS
the "Land of the Free and the Home of the Brave." came SIt aw three noeal Snares today Von-B live better M 7S''Jet"" 'Mmwmi c i! GARDEx$
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r i ; Oficial talks About..1 aaamt F'l w 1


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1ti.o.v..Burns and the Negro Vote : a atlWrr 1 '

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Atty. L. W. Ik* William, is hurting politically throughout Much ado has been made Ar 7
national vice president Na. the state. This was clear over the fact that the governor 1 )
tlonal Negro Republican As ly evidenced in the massive has appointed some ten i'
embly and first vice preil- defeat he suffered on his "300 Negroes to state jobs; how-
dent, Florida Voter League, million dollar road bond- ever, an analysis of the job M .P"f 1
Inc., In an open Utter to breakdowns shows that with
Florida Negro citizens had 3. That the Negro voters two exceptions all of the ap- ; W
these comments to moke on of the state must become more pointments have been in the _
Governor Burns and the No politically aware lest they be anti-poverty or related fields tf
pro vote sold down the river by a few where it was essential to have
'It was rather interesting to so-called Negro leaders who Negroes in order to get fed-
will sell the ID eral funds. May I that
read of Governor Bums' recent birthright for a suggest i r
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meeting with some 200 "mess of porridge." you ask the governor how #
many Negroes did he appointto
Negro citizens in Tallahassee
-
I would like to remind you the Constitutional Revis- i irift'
and his subsequent ap- that the incumbent is :
governor ions Committee the Tax
or to
pointment of Clifton 0. Dyson, the
same person ho refusedto
Reform Committee.
State Board of Regents' mem- endorse the Johnson-Hum- I I'p
Fellow citizens, one of
ber chairman
as of a "state- phrey presidential ticket in -TH: ,
wide the greatest political tragedies -
advisory group. This 1964. I would further like to
of time has been the
our
action on the part of the governor remind _
you that the incumbent
is a "far cry" from 1964 substantially complete en- $ '
governor is the person who as rollment of all Negro votersin .
when he showed
utter disdainfor police commissioner of Jacksonville the Democratic Party. Un-
the Negro voters of Flor-
countenanced the til this imbalance is correctedthe _
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ida.This beatings by police officers
citizens will
Negro con-
several things meeting: points up Negro citizens who were exercising tinue to be virtually ignored 1F 1 ,,
their constitutional
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1. Governor Bums now ful- by democratic power struc- _
rights. I would like to also
In household
there
ture. 1
every ,
realizes the
ly
importance of remind you that the incumbent
should be number of ira Yr
the Negro voters which will governor is the same person an equal r._ >,,
republicans and democrats. In _
be :in .f -
excess of 300,000 at who while campaigning for a.a
this it will be evidencedto
way
the tine of the forthcoming governor in 1964 looked with _
all that the Negro voter is
May Primarnes. disdain and callously disre- .
not wedded to one political Y .
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2. It is an indication that garded the Negro citizens of
the governor is aware that he Florida. party. Shown above are the famous Faltz Quads as they pose between classes at Be-

thune-Cookman College, Daytona Beach, Florida. The young ladies, Mary Catherine; I
Mary Louise, Mary Ann and Mary Alice soon to be featured in a national magazine

I WEAVER APPOINTMENT HAILEDPresident '.yej ,ppjionvotes..at; Bethune-Cookman.


Lyndon B. John. When President Kennedy Whitney Foundation, directorof
son's announcement of his appointed him, he was vice the Chicago Human Rela- Federal Employees of Year to be Honored I IPOl
nomination of Robert C. Wea- chairman of the New York tions Commission, and chairman
ver as secratary of the new City Housing and Redevelopment of the National Committee the second time in The awards project has deral workers."
Department of Housing and 1 Board. Previously he Against Discrimination. in Miami, the community will been initiated by the Greater "For this reason," Mr.
Urban Development was hailed had served as rent administrator Housing. ,,honor four Federal Employeesof Miami Federal Executive Coun- Butler continued, "we have
by NAACP executive director in the Cabinet of Gov. the Year" at a luncheon on cil asked the cooperation of lead-
which is
Roy Wilkins as a "his Averill Harriman of New York. He is m 'fed to the former Tuesday, January 25, at the composed of of representatives -ing citizens to evaluate the
tory-making appointment." The Harvard-trained government Ella Haith of Winston-Salem, Everglades Hotel.Commission in south some Florida.60 agencies "It records of employees recom-
official has also beena N. C., who is a teacher of er L.J. Andolsek of the United mended for consideration as
The president made the teacher at North Carolina speech at Brooklyn College in States Civil Service Commission seems fitting said Mr. Thomas outstanding. We hope these
announcement of the appoint A&T College, Columbia Uni New York. Washington, D. C., will A. Butler, Regional Di- citizen selections will increase -
rector Small
Business
ment cf the first Negro for a versity's Teachers College, Dr. Weaver is author of be the principle speaker of Ad- respect for and interest
Cabinet post at a White House and the School of Educationof "Negro Labor," "The Negro the occasion. ministration and chairman of in the important work federal -
news conference on Jan. 13. New York University. Ghetto,, and "The Urban the council, "that with some civil servants are doing
Mr. Wilkins dispatched a telegram In addition, he has been Complex; Human Values in The four employees will be 20,000 federal employees workIng in this area."
to the President lauding director of Opportunity Fellowships Urban Life" and of numerous honored with plaques for outstanding as a part of the community A 20-member Blue Ribbon
the naming of the housing expert for the John Hay magazine articles. Federal service in a recognition of their contri- citizen committee making final
.and former chairman, of .. presentation by Commissioner bution to better government, selections will report at the
the NAACP board of directors. And""ek. be given to outstanding fe luncheon.
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telegram The text follows of :Mr. Wilkins' ; Y Al's" 27th Ave. '" ,.'! ...
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thanks Congratulations for your historymaking and deep Fish I Poultry.M'kl 1 >

appointment of Robert C. << : PROFILEOF'TAL

Weaver to be secretary of the -Home!; of U'Buy.'Em. ,. We-Fry'EmOOX '
newly-created Department of
Housing and Urban Development. LUNCHES' :TO: GO. o
"
RENTAL
You will have a cabinet : ,BONDED = ? I

officer who has a long recordof FREE, :DELIVERY CALL.'633.9491 O '
public service; part of < >

which direct has observation been under for your four > 4518 ''N.W 27th Ave. AGENCY, INC.

years. The National Associa- AL FARRIMCTON.;PROP.
tion for the Advancement of ,_P_" ,

Colored people which is THE LARGEST RENTAL AND MANAGEMENT HOUSING
proud of him as a former an- f
tional officer, believes you AGENCY IN THE SOUTH. OPERATING IN DADE AND

have in him an outstanding I From diapers to diplomas-- BROWARD COUNTIES. MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE
public servant. He wtU be a Your children i I look to you for support and
loyal and effic itnt member of education, THAN 10,000 HOUSING UNITS. THE HON. L. L. BROOKS,

your administration's family Here is where LIFE INSURANCE con give PRESIDENT.
and his services will benefitall
the help you need. r
the citizens of our coun- va k

try.Dr. ,<. '*i .
Weaver became a mem- ','"
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ber of the NAACP board of ; SEE A ; .
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directors in 1951. Later, in 11, : Y:
1955, he was chosen vice CENTRAL
chairman of the board and, in

1960, chairman succeeding ,H (
Dr. Charming H. Tobias. In REPRESENTATIVE TODAY
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1961, after President John F. I ...... ./ & '

Kennedy of appointed the Housing him administrator and- He will assist you in working our a program r I 31 I.,

Home Finance Agency, he resigned that will guarantee that your dreams for your '
as chairman of the
NAACP board.In children will come true. L. L. GREEN

The CENTRAL offers very attractive Modern District Superintendent

1962 he was awarded Policies to fit your particular needs up to the
the coveted Spin gam Medal
"in recognition of his distinguished amount of $50,000. Me i is a "Jolly Good Fellow" in the lint of service. L. L. Green is the senior

service to his city WHOLE LIFE ENDOWMENT employee of Bonded Rental Agency. He is the supervisor of the Liberty City, Brown
state and nation; in tribute to
his pioneer role in the, de- EDUCATIONAL Sub,.and Opa Locka areas. He has a staff of efficient collectors and office person
velopment of the democratic MORTGAGE REDEMPTION TERM nel.

doctrine of 'open occupancy' RETIREMENT HOSPITALIZATION
in housing and in gratitude b
for his militant and respon- HEALTH
sible leadership in the Fight AND FAMILY GROUP PLAN For the Best in Housing Call ';
for Fre adorn."
Dr. Weaver entered govern Central Life Insurance Co. I
ment service in 1963 as an
Bonded Rental 1 Agency Inc.
aide to Secretary of Interior Of Florida
Harold L. Ickes. Later he be- .
came special assistant to "THE FRIENDLY COMPANY" i

of Nathan the U.Straus S. Housing, administrator Author- HOME OFFICE TAMPA, FLORIDA 41.50' N.W. 7th :,Ave PL 98733

ity. During World War II, he BRANCH OFFICES STATEWIDE > ? .M1
served with the Office of Pro-
duction and the War Manpower JRepublican

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;4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 21, 1966

Homer said development of Baptist Hospital and Phil Ossofer MISCELLANEOUS

w & South Miami Hospital in South Dade area makes a pub-
Lady
k&m wants
&
to overall par l-time|
licy owned hospital completely superfluous During tho year 1965 there 12" p.m. to 6 p.m. daily work
community needs. was an acceleration of Negro 7S j;:3698. Call
The total annual budget for Kendall is $1,630,000. progress in poli tics and busi

lie recommends transferring to Jackson $1,065,000 and ness. Exciting news itemsin ORGANIST. Available
H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES Editor and Publl.h.r funds. the first few weeks of 1966 single in lounge. Own for
the remainder to contingency organ
GARTH C. REEVES Editor football an oven greater ac Call '
Managing Homestead officials are protesting so are the doc- 751-0894 after 6 T., .
WILLIAM W. McBRIDE. CUr Editor celeration.A or 759-9400 after
be hazardous 9
definitely
would
distance P.m.
tors. The additional
has been elected Freddie.
Member of tKo Notional' Newspapers Publishers Association Also the dis- Negro
for some patients said one of them. Mayor of Springfield Ohio; a
SUBSCRIPTION RATES tance we believe would work a hardship on our poor city which is 80% white. 'Another SIT AND RELAX

ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 people. has reached the rank of Call Jones Catering Service

Captain in the Navy making Wedding receptions Oil spe.
Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 ot tho Post ALL AMERICAN LABOR him the highest ranking Negro citalty. Buffets, banquets

Office at Miami, Florida, under tho oct of Morch 8, 1876 The Labor Department reports that its plan to make in the Navy's history. The hors 751-393.M'oeuyes. Alice Jones
the United States farm force all American is succeeding. first Negro officer in the prop. .
Office at 6740 NW 15th Avenue Phono OX 1-0421
Union electedby
off limits. Plumbers' was
Foreign workers from the Bahamas are now Care for small children
who American citizens are filling the Los Angeles Local; for
Puerto Ricans are working mothers in
"CREDO OP THE NEGRO PRESS"Tho the first Negro has been nam- my home
by week and
NEGRO PRESS believes that America can boat load the gap. ed Assembly "Whip" by the day. 7548891.
tKo world from racial and national antagonism when It aCe Last year New Jersey had 8,000 of these farm la-
York State Leal.latwe.and
cords to every man regardless of race, creed or color his borers and Michigan took 600 for the pickle harvest and New the first Negro Page has, -
human and logo! rights Hating no man, fearing no man-tho hopes to use 2,000 to 4,000 next time. In the Florida
Negro Press strives to help every man In tho firm belief that At the present time there are 9,000 alien farm handsin been appointed of Representatives "The Dade
oilmen are hurt as long as anyone Is hold bock. House
the United States cutting sugar cane around Belle' While we are stills long

Glade, Florida, and about 200 Japanese picking brussel way from equality these

SELFHELPThe sprouts on the West Coast. cases, (and undoubtedly there ConstructionIndustry

are many more), are breaking
following editorial from The Christian Science Congratulations to our first Negro cabinet member, down the old traditions. This

Monitor of January 11 under the caption "Toward Self- Robert Weaver who took office on Tuesday as secretaryof process will continue, pickingup

Help," will no doubt be read with interest. Self-help has the new Department of Housing and Urban Development. momentum until the whole

brought success to many, and will continue to do so Mr. Weaver is 56 years of age. The salary for this system is changed, and then
when the day will come when the Advancement
properly applied.Ye is $35,000 per annum.
Editor is thinking here of what John Gough color of a man's skin will no
longer be an issue in a political -
wrote about success. He said, "If you want to succeedin

this world, you must make your own opportunities as King Calls Refusal to factor campaign in obtaining the employment decld- Program'sapprentice

you go on. The man who waits for some seventh wave to of any kind.

toss him on dry land will find that the; seventh wave isa The above mentioned examples -
long time coming. You can commit no greater folly Seat Bond Unjust of Negro progress."are -

than to sit by the roadside until someone comes along accomplishments of citizens
and invites you to ride with him to wealth and influence." who have always been considered -
and UnfairIt as "different"; of people shiptraining

whom many believed did not
have the abilities of their
TOWARD SELFHELPThe is incumbent upon me,I elected by 82 percent of the white counterparts. We know is
to day to express my indignation voters in his District, and
the of such
signpost reads: "To self-help via the consumer for the State Legisla what this Legislature has fallacy thinking
cooperative." It is a proposed new direction for the ture' unconscionable refusal done is to arbitrarily decide and it appears now that many the beam"
white citizens have begun to
civil-rights movement. The beginning of the path is be- on Mondcy to seat Represent that these voters do not have recognize these same abilitiesin on
ing hacked out in North Carolina, and the start is pro- ative-elect Julian i Bond In a right to decide who is torepresent their Colored brothers.
mising. my estimation the State Leg them.
This enlightment of whitesis
islature's action unfortunate In light of this grave injusticethe
was
Negro leaders are preparing to set up buying cooperatives evidence that the accomplishments -
Negro community and
unfair and unjust. I feel
(for groceries, clothing, farm supplies) and that this move by an integral white persons of good will of men of color
credit unions in three rural areas of the state. Object: part of Georgia's lawmaking will have no alternative but mark not only Negro progress
to free the poor from economic exploitation. The cen- machinery was both political- to engage in creative protest but white progress as well.If .
ters would serve as demonstration projects for a possi-.cally unsound and marally unJustifiable The Southern Christian Lead- white progress can move as
ble future national network of cooperatives. They wouldbe ership Conference will join in fast as Negro progress Is going

used mainly by Negroes but would be open to all. The.right to dissent, like with the Student Nonviolent will at the have present time, we
human
The of the the right to worship, is indelibly ( Coordinating Committee and soon progress
purpose project, as explained by Floyd in which s s'vr
all other we will all -
of will
"Bixler etched into the frameworkof persons good : s"bed
McKissick -
newly appointed national director of
march forward, linked in
on Friday in an expression of arm
the Congress of Racial Equality CORE is to followup this nation's democratic
( ), indignation in the arm in brotherly love.
government. Furthenboro the streets.vfoplan
civil-rights campaigns with a of economic ,
program to march
founding fathers who carved on the loaf_
self-help. Demonstration tactics would be continued lative
this great country out of body that found it necessary
where the civil-rights leaders think'they are needed, strong moral convictions and to expel duly elected REDUCELos.
but more effort would be made to encourage low-income raw physical courage were representative. Our march will -
Negroes to achieve economic freedom by doing for them- dissenters. I therefore find it be a tribute to Mr. Bond, who. up to 6 p.undsWEEKLY s

selves. both an alarming and disturbing on that date, will celebrate

"What's the use of 'gaining the right to eat at a to find our nation moving his 26th birthday anniversary. 1545 S. W. 1st Street
Holiday Inn if you can't afford to buy a meal there? Or on an obviously unalterablecourse However, we will not wait FR 3.2748
to get school integration if your child can't have the where dissent is equal until then to engage in direct
shoes ed with disloyalty.The action. We will begin now.
and clothes she needs to attend it? says Mr.Mc-
Kissick. greatness of Americain This whole situation has CR. LONG'S CLINIC"SACRIFICE"
the final analysis, is the caused us to seethe urgency a
The various civil-rights groups in North Carolina, of
individual right to protest for going throughout the Stateof
brought together by their national leaders, have formeda what one believes is right and Georgia in a massive voter

permanent conference which is directing this effort. to be engage in free speech, aright registration campaign designed -
The North Carolina Fund(a Ford Foundation enterprise) constitutionally guaranteed to purge the State of poli-
has made basic studies. in the First Amendment.It tical leaders with myopic
..4i This effort is a fresh and hopeful one. Cooperativestores is a little known fact, vision. We will immediately 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath rT 3}
and credit unions when well managed have 'done but the late President Ken- embark on this campaign 3 Years Now ti>:4fa

much for farmers, public employees, and many others. nedy is reported in Arthur I herewith call upon Governor Extra largo lotto lot

They not only act as a check on those stores that Schlesingers recent book, Sanders to immediately Landscaped, Dock
"A Thousand Days, to have schedule the re-election to
make unfair profits from sales the
to
and
poor on unscrupulous said on occasion: fill the vacant legislative seat $850 Down
lenders but they provide an opportunity for "War will exist until that belonging to the 136th District $90 Monthly Pays All
members to receive some business education. Persons distant day when the conscientious I have a personal con-
who have depended upon others for supplies and credit objector enjoysthe cern about the lack of repre- 624-6764 j

can learn,through their own cooperatives,now to handle same reputation and prestige sentation in the 136th District
these matters for themselves But this calls for educa that the warrior does today because I live there. Since Jan.21
tion. The successful cooperative must have both skillful ." I have now resided there for
management and enthusiastic and informed members.We I find it impossible to be- more than the legal require-
trust that CORE and its associated civil-rights lieve that the decision by ment for voting privileges, I
groups will make thorough preparation before launchingso 184 members of the State will go today to have my voting Girls

interesting a program. legislature to refuse to seat registration changed. ;
seat Mr. Bond had obvious Needless to say. my interest Dial-A-Job ,
racial overtones. For. by is intensified when I reflect .,
PRINTING WEEK careful examination, I find that a great deal of my time
that many of the persona who and efforts in the past few 667-3601
Observing International Printing Week, leaders in voted to refuse to seat Mr. years were spent toward securing -
the business give some important information about the Bond were and are the very voting rights for my Immediate work with

printing industry. persons who have consistently people. Personally, I find it BEST PAY.
Dade County boasts of 365 firms with a payroll of defied the law of the land distressing that I'and my family So. Miami
$27 million a year. That's somewhat impressive, is it through their irresponsibleacts are now without represen- Em ployment
not? and statements. It was tation in the Georgia Legis 5610 Sunset Drive

Although just a tiny pit, The Miami Times is members of this very same lature. therefore intend to do
be august body who, through Irresponsible everything humanly possible "Come ready to work"
pleased to a part of this industry. statements and to which he was overwhelm

acts, precipitated a riot at the ingly voted to serve. .

SCRAP KENDALL HOSPITALIf University of Georgia. More- As another recourse to direct BE Nuis"E'S
over, there was never an out- action a court action will A AIDE
the recommendations of Metro's Manager Porter cry for unseating the membersof be brought about within the i THE IDEAL SCHOOL FOR
Homer are accepted by the Commissioners, plans for the the State Legislature who, next few hours to correct this TRAIMIMGHURSES' ***Jiimiti
$2.5 million hospital and 100-bed nursing home at Ken- in 1954 so blatantly advocated -situation The Southern AIDES:
dall will be cancelled. defying, evading, and Christian Leadership Confer- 2380 West FloaUr S"... '
circumventing the U. S. Su- ence strongly supports this Call for Information ond for
Manager Homer wants the hospital and three senior brochure
action.
Court's school ,
preme desegregation
444.4
37
citizens homes at Kendall closed forever. He says all decision. 443-7741 or

programs at Kendall could be moved to the Jackson Me- A more grievous error was Morning

morial Hosptial, saving $565,000.a year and giving improved made by this State Legislature SUPPORT 9 am to Classes 12 :
medical facilities for all concerned. when it decided that the Evening Classes p.m. : A result of

Considering the suggestion, some of the commissioners people of Fulton County's YOUR 7 to 10 p.m.iRECISTERNOWFORNfW. j labor Management
feel 'that closing down the Kendall facilities 136th District cannot decide I',

might hurt medical services available to South Dade re- who is to represent them in YMCA : CLASSES working together
sidents. this body. Mr. Bond was I : _.




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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 21. 1966 S :

KAZAN DEVOTED MEMBERS COMMUNITY ARE South Dade Coconut Grove Organizes ,


I LEADERSHow Youth Center Senior Citizens Club

well do we know Ka- After all these years Coconut Mrs. Marcay Baker,vice presi-
zan 1497 in FSES OfficeThe I o Grove has finally organized dent; Mrs. Esther M. Armbris-

There are hundreds of a Senior Citizens Club. ter, secretary; Mrs. Lillian
of Pauline Higgs Johnson are sorry to Kazahs everywhere who are South Dade Youth Opportunity This club had its beginning Mazon, treasurer; Henry Zan-
learn that she's at home nursing a broken toe. The ac- outstanding community work- Center will be located at an adult citizens tea sUn- ders, chaplain; Alston Scott

cident happened New Years Day, but Pauline had no ers. One who can be given in the Perrine Office of day, Oct. 31. At this tea Parley business manager.
idea her toe was broken until an x-ray revealed same credit! for outstanding commun- the Florida State Employment Neasman Sr., director of Watch for more of our SenIor -
on January 18th. Take care Pauline. ity work and as a leader is Service after Jan. 17, when Coconut Grove Project was the Citizens Activities.
Ezekiel Wallace a well known that office opens its doors for principal speaker of the after-
gardener in the Greater the first time. All young noon. Mr. Neasman comes to
Traveling down from Miami
Tallahassee were former Mi- area for people between the ages of us as a well prepared Indivi-
amians Marjorie (Skinner) Campbell and her mother, ".. .. ,-a_number. ..............-of--years.-- 16 and 21, who are interested dual to involve the people of ACORNS CIVICTHEATRE
Mrs. Maude S. Sands to attend the funeral of her father I in the Job Corps, Neighborhood Coconut Grove in developing

Lennie Skinner whose burial was held on Monday fro m \!' Youth Corps or the Man- better recreational facilities, PRESENTS
Richardson's chapel. nI power Development and Training health and politics of our COMEDYThe
programs, will find that community and to use all
Lorraine Strachan feted her husband Richard interviewers and counselors available resources that have Acorns Civic Theatre
and
in the Perrine State Employ- lain latent so long. This has presents "Dumbbell People
her sister Ruth Heastie with
a surprise party on their ment Office ready to serve been done gradually for the a Barbell World." A human
birthdays. them. The Perrine Office is the past''eight years. comedy by Dan Blue at Ida

I open Monday through Friday, Also on program was our Fisher School .auditorium 14th
Attending the mid-winter conference of the DAV 8 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. former City Commissioner, St. and Drexel Ave., Miami
Auxiliary at Orlando this weekend are Mrs. Placiel Wells, The new office of the Mrs. Alice Wainwright Mrs. Beach, Wednesday, February
Mrs. Arie demons, Mrs. Eunice Mitchel and Mrs. Florida State Employment Olive B. Alexander, directorof 2, 3, 4, and 5th. Admission:
Clarice Littles. Service extends a cordial In- James E. Scott Community Adults $1.75.Children $1.00.
\ vitation to all the youth of Center and Mrs. Mell T. Baise, Tickets on sale at North's
the supervisor Mrs. Ann Thomas, Travel Bureau.
area (North Kendall Dr.
Mrs. George (Verne) Tinker is recuperating at her ,':.
worker of JolHvette
south to the Monroe County group
',
Opa-locka home after in Cloverleaf :.
surgery .
Hospital.Girl line) to come in and discuss Plaza Senior Citizens Center.
Noble Wallace has at sometime their employment problems. After listening to a well planned
Scout Troop 524 and Troop 530 enjoyed a or other been affiliated' The new office is 'located at program the visitors were PHI DELTA KAPPA
backyard party at the home of Mrs. :Marietta Bullard. with the Odd Fellows Knights 17420 South Dixie Highway. served refreshments by mem- BENEFIT TEA
of Phythias and Love and bers of Coconut Grove Community -

Mrs. Alice Lemon, pioneer Miamian died at the Charity Lodges. He is at Council, NeighborhoodYouth The National Sorority of
home( of her granddaughter.Willie Lemon Grier in De- present member. of every MIAMI a;TIMES Corp and Coconut Grove Phi Delta KappaAlpha Delta
branch of and Youth Council.
Masonry for the While this was
triot, Michigan. Funeral services will be held on Satur- four has done Leo Russell who Chapter is giving its annual
served being
past years as ,
fu March of Dimes Benefit Tea
:\
day from Greater Bethel. :
potentate of Kazah 149 of the .s : is supervisor of recreation at Sunday January 30 at the New

Ancient Arabic Order Noblesof ....... .. yirrick Park was explaining Covenant Presbyterian Church
Barbara J, Owens and Willie Earle Foreman recited the Mystic Shrine. This isa ". '. Y. the aims, purpose and ambi-
from 4 to 6 p.m. at 12th Ave.
marriage vows in Lake City on December 10 at the homeof well deserved honor that' I: iHBHG, tions of the newly organized and 43rd St. Visitors will be
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Anders. On December 31, her Noble Wallace has acquired by Senior Citizens Club. welcomed and appreciated.ANNOUNCEMENT .
parents, Mr. and Mrs John Owens of Richomd Heights, advancement through the Since that time .we,; have,
chairs. RESULTS ) met continuously twice
entertained friends at reception.. Earle is the son of ) a
The Shrink is the fun lodgeof month. We have a wonderful
Mr. and Mrs. Willie E. Foreman Sr of St.
Mary's, Ga.
Masonry and is unique in organization and in time hopeto
The couple will reside at Lake City, Florida where that it helps the needy. Shrine be one of the best in the The graduation classes of
both are employed in the public school system. projects consist of sendingout Miami area. Our membership is Dorsey 1946 and Northwestern
II. Christmas baskets for the WILLIE MAE increasing gradually. We have 1956 would like for all mem-
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED The Volunteer bers to be present at the home
Services I needy i: supporting hospitalsand had one successful projectand
has some requests which need to be filled immediatelysuch the NAACP. CARSWELLFormelyof now we are in the processof of Mr. E. R. Rhodes, 1387 NW

as drivers to transport'patients to clinics. tea- Noble Wallace is a dedicated Simons Houseof having another on Feb. 18., 58th Terr., Monday,, January
cher's aides man who enjoys working We have received a gift from 24 at 8 p.m.
and clerks.
receptionists Call Colun-
teer Services, 371-1324. with the group and states that Beauty is now at a new Pete's Men's Shop, other business .
"there is a lot of fun being a location: men have offered their
Shriner." services and merchandise to
William J. Smith, husband of Dorothy Gaiter Smith Noble Wallace, while cast- Rouge Box Beauty Shop us when needed. We would SUPPORT

died Tuesday at Mercy Hospital. ing his line in the water to 6412 NW 15th' Avenue like to introduce you to our YOUR
hook an occasional snapperor officers: .
Phone 696-6091
Mrs. Arnold (Myrtle) Albury of New York City is grunt often sit and remi. Farley S. Neasman. direc-
enjoying the sun and surf while visiting her mother, nisce concerning his seven tor; Leo Russell, supervisor; YMCA
"'rs.?, Joshua Bullard'and her'st 'pather;, M. pullard! is children, a deceased daughter,._ I Sylvester Smith, president;
confined at Christian Hospital.Mrs. two daughters in New York,
one a nurse, the other a mortician I|
a son who is a welderin
Frederick Lucas, 14760, Polk Street, visited
her daughter, (Betty J.) and son-in-law (Charles Alex- who Connecticut are gardners.and two sons i BUYING A NEW CAR ? ?

ander of Jackson, Mississippi for three weeks. Noble Wallace has been a {

member of St. James AME
Get well wishes to Estelle Cunningham, Emerald Church, Rev. J. B. Blacknell, I
Pratt, Heda Christian, Maria Kerr at Jackson; Zeke paStor, for a number of years I if tt. 1

Franklin at Veterans; Ollie Cambridge at Lincoln Nur- and at present' serves as |

sing Home; Ronald Clarke at Christian, and to, Margaret steward. I' \
Ford and Kazah salutes an outstanding -
Evelyn Peavy.
leader-Illustrious Poten- ( SBI
tate Wallace. ,
Percy Brown Sr of Coconut Grove,celebrated ano-
ther birthday on Jan. 18th. *' if

East Coast 0

Sincere sympathy to the Culmer-Lemon, Brown,
Ball, Williams, Washington, and Johnson families. 0 Tailors SAVEfinance

.FEATURING THE NEw
Gwen Welters will be hostess to the Greater Miami
PAl SLACK SUIT
Chapter of Links, Inc. on Saturday evening at her home.
Unclaimed, Pant* for Sal*, '
Your 66 Car with Our
Al 8totion and Remodeling
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Taylor (Anna Bell) celebrated
another anniversary this week. fAST SERVICE
717. NW 62 ST.
AUTO LOAN!
Mrs. Hattie Farmer of 5600 NW'18th Ave is happyto ? >PL '8-3901
have daughter Mamie and husband home for a two- A cuff whit you wait' ,
it" Artyttmo"
week visit. .
.
v

Nolan Kemp left this week for New York after 1. Shop around for the car you want. Bring i us the (

spending two weeks here and one in Nassau visiting make, model and pr c"t
friends and relatives. CALL br

"' 2. We will okay four loan quickly and with no red

First Lt. Samuel R. Stewart, who has been visiting Melvin Fox tape, a,,, loan policy is very liberal we want _
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel R. Stewart for

the past 30 days, left by way of National Airlines for FOR to make,loans S I

San Francisco, California. He will fly from, Travas Air
STOCKSBONDSMUTUAL 3. Interest can bras low as 4%% on a new car, and
Force Base in California to Korea to begin a 13 month
for as long as 36 months.the lowest.
tour with the 7th Infantry Division. FUNDS payments .=.
,
1 .l payments possible. We also make ''oans on used
Club members and their
Square Circle Sportsmen .
cars, to 5 old.
up years J
friends celebrated their 25th anniversary with a danceat
Bayfront Park Auditorium Thursday night. Edward 14

Bogie is serving his 25th year as head of the group.

Marian and Oral Allen had Rev. Nelson Pinder LINCOLN NATIONAL BANKOF

down from Orlando Sunday to bless their new home at [1] MIAMI I

1471 NW 179th St. First fully Integrated bank in the t"I" Southeast ;
tight here in the Edison Financial Center a h

6013 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone 7SW4J1
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DEINTIAL NOW PROVIDING NEW EXTENDED BANKING HOURS 1Mondor.
If you have a gift give it. lfPHl !
If you have a song sing it, .. Tuosdoy, Wednesday Thursday 9:30 am to 2 pm; Fridays 7.JO am to 2 pm'f

If you have a talent use it, 7(41 BISCAYNE BLVD, and S pp to 8 pm. Drlvaln Window open Monday thru Friday 2 to S pm; Saturday 9 to

If you have love diffuse it, MIAMI FLA. 33131 nooa. '
If you have religion live it, Phone 7OO-OS4S Mambort Fadoral Raiorvo $,It.m and Federal Daposlt Iniuronc CorporationFriends ;tr 1

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'4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 21. 1966

Homer said development of Baptist Hospital and Phil Ossof MISCELLANEOUSLady
makes a pub-
in South Dade area
South Miami Hospital wants
4 superfluous to overall During the year 1965, there par t-time work
completely 12
licy owned hospital p.rn. to 6 *". daily
of Call
needs. was an acceleration Negro 753698.
community
The total annual budget for Kendall is $1,630,000.He progress In poll tics and busi- _
transferring to Jackson $1,065,000 and ness. Exciting news items ORGANIST. Available
H. E. SICISMUND REEVES, Editor and P..bllt., recommends funds. in the first few weeks of 1966 ingle in lounge. Own for

GARTH C. REEVES Managing Editor the remainder Homestead to officials contingency are protesting so are the doc- football an even greater acC 751-0894 after 6 organ p.rn.
WILLIAM W. McBRIDE. City Editor definitely be haz ar- celeration. or 759-9400 after 9 p.rn.
tors. The additional distance would has been elected Freddie.
A Negro
Momber of the National
Newspapers Publishers
M'odQtlon distance
the -
Also
of them.
',dour for some patients said one Mayor of Springfield. Ohio a -
SUBSCRIPTION RATES we believe would work a hardship on our poor city which is 80% white. An- SIT AND RELAX

ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 people. other has reached the rank of Call Jones Catering Service
Captain in the Navy, making Wedding receptions our SM.
Entorod as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 crt *. Post; ALL AMERICAN LABOR him the highest ranking Negro hors citalty. Buffets, banquets

Office at Miami, Florida, under tho act of March 9. J676 The Labor Department reports that its plan to make in the Navy's history. The prop. '751-3933.M'oeuyes.. Alice Jones
the United States farm force all American is succeeding. first Negro officer in the
Office at 6740 NW 15th Avenue Phone OX HM2l_ off limits. Plumbers' Union was electedby 1
Foreign workers from the Bahamas are now Care for small children
for
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"Tho >Puerto, Ricans who are American citizens are filling the first the Los Negro Angeles has been Local nam-; working mothers in my home
by week and day.
NEGRO PRESS bollovos that America can but load1 I the gap. ed Assembly "Whip" by the 7548891.
"th. world from racial and notional antagonism.n It accords Last year New Jersey had 8,000 of these farm laborers New York State Legislature, -
' to man regardless of creed took 600 for the pickle harvest and|
ovary roc., or color his i 1 and Michigan and the first Negro Page has
human and logo! rights Hating no man, faring nft ntOn-th.|hopes to'use 2,000 to 4,000 next time. been appointed in the Florida
Nogro Pr... strives to holp .v.ry man In tho firm ,1I.f| that At the present time there'are 9,000 alien farmhandsin House of Representatives.While "The Dade
all mon are hurt as long as anyone Is hold back.
Belle'
the United States cutting sugar cane around we are still, a long

Glade, Florida, and about 200 Japanese picking brussel way from equality, these
SELFHELPThe sprouts on the West Coast. cases, (and undoubtedly there ConstructionIndustry
are many more), are breaking
following editorial from The Christian Science Congratulations to our first Negro cabinet member,, down the old traditions. This

Monitor of January 11 under the caption "Tow ttd Self- Robert; Weaver who took office on Tuesday as secretaryof process will continue, pickingup
Help' will no doubt be read with interest. Self-help has the new Department of Housing and Urban Develop- momentum until the whole

brought success to many, and will continue to do so i ment. Mr. Weaver is 56 years of age. The salary for this system is changed, and then
when the day will come when the Advancement
properly
applied. :is $35,000 per annum.
skin will
of man's
color a no
Ye Editor is thinking here of what john Cough m
--
longer be an issue in a poli-
wrote about success. He said, "If you want to succeedin
the decid-
tical campaign
this world, you must make your own opportunities as King Calls Refusal' to factor in obtaining employment Program'sapprentice

you go on. The man who waits for some seventh Wave to of any kind.
toss him on dry land will find that the seventh wave is The above mentioned ex-
a long time coming. You can commit no greater folly Seat Bond Unjust amples of Negro progress are -

'than to sit by the roadside until someone comes along accomplishments of citizens

and invites you to ride with him wealth and influence." who have always been considered shiptraining
and UnfairIt as "different; of people
whom many believed did not
have the abilities of their
TOWARD SELFHELPThe is incumbent upon me elected by 82 percent of the t white counterparts. We know is
voters in his District, and I
to day to indignation
express my the fallacy of such thinking
signpost reads: "To self-help via the consumer for.the State Legisla' what this Legislature has t and it that
now
appears many
cooperative." It is a proposed new direction for the ture's unconscionable refusalon done Is to arbitrarily decide( white citizens have begun to on the beam"A
civil-rights movement. The beginning of the path is be- Monday to seat Represent that these voters do not hare( 'recognize these same abilitiesin
ing hacked out in North Carolina, and the start Is pro- 'ative-elect Julian i Bond. In a right to decide who is to their Colored brothers.
mising. my estimation the State Legislature's represent them.
This enlightment of whitesis
j
In light of this grave injusticethe
Negro leaders are to set action was unfortunate evidence that the
preparing up buying: cooperatives and accomplishments -
Negro community
(for groceries, clothing, farm supplies) and ,that,this unfair and unjust. I feel white persons of good will of men of color
credit unions in three rural areas of the state. Object: of move by an integralP will have no alternative but mark, not only N egro progress,

to free the poor from economic exploitation. The Ceni machinery Oeorgiaa was both lawmaking political- to engage in creative protest but white progress as well.
ters would serve as demonstration projects for 0 possi-"cally unsound and marally un- The Southern Christian Leadership U white progress can move as
ble future national network of cooperatives. They would j justifiable. Conference will join in, fast as Negro progress is going

be used mainly by Negroes but would be open to all. The. right to dissent, like with the Student Nonviolent will at soon the have present human time, we-

The purpose of the project, as explained by Floyd; the right to worship, is indel- all Coordinating other Committee of will and in which we will progress aU

"Bixler McKissick, newly appointed national director of 'ibly etched into the frameworkof on Friday persona in an expression good of march forward, linked arm in
the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE), is to follow this nation's democratic indignation in the arm in brotherly love.
atreeta.Weplan
civil-rights with of 'government. Furthermore, the
up campaigns a program economic to march the
founding fathers who carved on legislative -
self-help. Demonstration tactics would be .t
continued ,this body that found it necessary }
great out of
country
where
the civil-rights leaders think' they are needed, strong moral convictions and to expel a duly elected REDUCELos.
but more effort would be made to encourage low-income representative. Our march will
raw physical
courage were to 6
Negroes to achieve economic freedom by doing for them- dissenters. I therefore find it be a tribute to Mr. Bond, who up poundsWEEKLY

selves. I both an alarming and disturbing on that date, will celebratehis

"What's the use of 'gaining the right to eat at a I to find our nation movingon 26th birthday anniversary. 1545 S. W. lit Street
Holiday Inn if you can't afford to buy a meal there? Or an obviously unalterable However, we will not wait FR 3.2748
to get school integration if your child can't have the 'course where dissent ia equate until then to engage in direct
shoes 'ed with disloyalty action. We will begin now.
and clothes she needs to attend it"says Ptfr Mc-
Kissick. The greatness of Americain This whole situation has DR. LONG'S CLINIC
I the final analysis, is the caused us to see the urgency
The various civil-rights groups in North Carolina, of
individual going throughout the State
: right to protest for
brought together by their national leaders, have formeda what one believes is right and of Georgia in a massive voter
permanent conference which is directing this effort. registration campaign =v t
1 to be engage in free speech, aright designed -
The North Carolina Fund(a Ford Foundation enterprise)i i constitutionally guaranteed to purge the State of poli- "SACRIFICE"
has made basic studies. tical leaders with
in the First Amendment. myopic .
.c* This effort is a fresh and hopeful one. Cooperativestores It is a little known fact, vision. We will immediately 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath .Qfy
and credit unions when well managed have 'done 'but the' late President Kennedy embark on this campaign. 3 Years New

much for farmers, public employees, and many others. is reported in Arthur I herewith call upon Governor Extra large lake lot

They not only act as a check on those stores that !Schlesinger's recent book Sanders to immediately Landscaped, Dock
make unfair from "A Thousand Days, to have(I schedule the re-election to / '4A
profits sales to the and
$850
poor oi un- ,said on occasion: fill the vacant legislative seat Down
scrupulous lenders but they provide an opportunity for War will exist until that belonging to the 136th District $90 Monthly Pays All
members to receive some business education. Persons I have
who have depended upon others for supplies and Credit objector enjoysthe cern about the lack of representation 624-6764
can learn, through their own cooperatives, now to handle same reputation and prestige in the 136th District
these matters for themselves But this calls for educa- that the warrior does today because I live there. Since Jon.21
tion. The successful cooperative must have both skillful ," I have now resided there for
management and enthusiastic and informed members I find it impossible to believe more than the legal requirement
We trust that CORE and its associated:! civil-rights that the decision by for voting privileges, I
groups will make thorough preparation before launching 184 members of the State will go today to have my voting Girls
so interesting a program. legislature to refuse to seat registration changed.
aeat Mr. Bond had obvious Needless to say, my interest Dial-A-Job
racial overtones. For, by is intensified when I reflect
PRINTING WEEK careful examination I find that a great deal of my time
that many of the persona who and efforts in the past few 6673601Immediate
,.*,. Observing International Printing Week, leaders in voted to refuse to seat Mr. years were spent toward securing -
the business give some important information about the Bond were and are the very voting rights for my work with F i
printing industry. person who have consistently people. Personally, I find it BEST PAY.
Dade County boasts of 365 firms with a payroll of defied the law of the land distressing that l'and my family So. Miami
$27 million through their are now without Employment
a year. That's somewhat impressive, is it irresponsibleacts representation -
not? and atatementa. It was in the Georgia Legis 5610 Sunset Drive

Although just a tiny pit The Miami members of this very same lature. therefore intend to do
Times i spleased "Come
to be a part of this industry. august body who. through irresponsible everything humanly possible ready to work"BE
to which
statements and he was overwhelm-
acta, precipitated a riot at the ingly voted to serve. I
SCRAP KENDALL HOSPITALIf University of Georgia. Moreover As another recourse to direct I A
there was never an out action, a court action will I NURSE'S AIDE
the recommendations of Metro's Manager Porter cry for unseating the membersof be brought about within the THEIDEAL SCHOOL FOR
Homer are accepted by the Commissioners, plans for the the State Legislature who 'next few hours to correct this TRAINING NURSES' --GIs
$2.5 million hospital and 100-bed nursing home at Ken- in 19,., so blatantly advocated situation The Southern 2380 AIDES
W..,
dall will be cancelled. defying, evading, and 'Christian Leadership Confer- FlogUr Sfr..t
Manager Homer wants the hospital and three senior circumventing the U. S. Supreme ence strongly supports this : Coll for Information and I.,
Court's school action.SUPPORT. : roc h u r., 444-4637
desegregation
citizens homes at Kendall closed forever. He says all decision. 443-9741 or

programs at Kendall could be moved to the Jackson Memorial A more grievous error was ; Morning Classes

Hosptial, saving $565,000-a) year and giving improved made by this State Legislature 9 o.m. to 12 p.m. :
medical facilities for all concerned. when it decided that the Evonlng Classes: result of

Considering the suggestion, some of the commissioners people of Fulton County's YOUR 7 to, 10 p.m. Labor management
feel 'that closing down the Kendall facilities 136th District cannot decide REGISTER NOW FOR NEW
might hurt medical services available to South Dade re- who is to represent them in YMCA CLASSES working together
sidents. this body. Mr. Bond was .
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 21. 1966 5

KAMAN DEVOTED MEMBERS COMMUNITY ARE South Dade Coconut Grove Organizes ,


LEADERSHow Youth Center Senior Citizens Club

well do we know Ka- After all these years Coconut Mrs. Marcay Baker,vice presi-
tab 149 in FSES Office Grove has finally organized dent; Mrs. Esther M. Armbrister --

There are hundreds of a Senior Citizens Club. secretary; Mrs. Lillian
of Pauline Higgs Johnson are sorry to Kazaha everywhere who are The South Dado Youth Opportunity This club had its beginning Mazon, treasurer; Henry Zan-
learn that she's at home nursing a broken toe. The ac- outstanding community work- Center will be located at an adult citizens tea Sunday ders, chaplain; Alston Scott,
cident happened New Years Day, but Pauline had no ers. One who can be given in the Perrine Office of Oct. 31. At this tea Far- business manager.
idea her toe was broken until an x-ray revealed same credit for outstanding community the Florida State Employment ley Neasman Sr., director of Watch for more of our Sen-
Service after Jan. 17, when Grove the ior Citizens Activities.
on January 18th. Take care Pauline. work and as a leader is Coconut Project was
Ezekiel Wallace a well known that office opens its doors for principal speaker of the after-
gardener the Greater the first time. All young noon. Mr. Neasman comes to ,
down Miami
Traveling from Tallahassee were former Mi- area for number people between the ages of us as a well prepared indivi-
a of .
amians Marjorie (Skinner) Campbell and her mother, years.Noble 16 and 21, who are interestedin dual to involve the people of ACORNS CIVICTHEATRE
Mrs. Maude S. Sands to attend the funeral of her father the Job Corps, Neighborhood Coconut Grove in developingbetter

Lennie Skinner whose burial was held on Monday fro mRichardson's 1"b"b 1, ray.i Youth Corps or the Man- recreational facilities, PRESENTS
chapel. power Development and Training health and politics of our COMEDYThe
i lry programs, will find that community and to use all
interviewers and counselors available resources that have Acorns Civic Theatre
Lorraine Strachan feted her husband
Richard
and in the Perrine State Employment lain latent so long. This has presents "Dumbbell People ina
her sister Ruth Heastie with
a surprise party on their Office ready to serve been done gradually for the Barbell World." A human
birthdays. them. The Perrine Office is the past'eight years. comedy by Dan Blue, at Ida

open Monday through Friday, Also on program was our Fisher School .auditorium, 14th
Attending the mid-winter conference of the DAV 8 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. former City Commissioner, St. and Drexel Ave., Miami
Auxiliary at Orlando this weekend are Mrs. Placiel Wells, The new office of the Mrs Alice Wainwright, Mrs. Beach, Wednesday, February
Mrs. Arie Clemons l Mrs. Eunice Mitchel and Mrs. Florida State Employment Olive B. Alexander, director 2, 3, 4, and 5th. Admission:
Clarice Littles. Service extends a cordial invitation of James E. Scott Community Adults, $1.75,Children, $1.00.
4I to all the youth of Center and Mrs. Mell T. Baise, Tickets on sale at North's
I Ary the supervisor Mrs. Ann Thomas, Travel Bureau.
area (North Kendall Dr.
Mrs. George Verne Tinker is
( ) recuperating at her
south to the Monroe County group worker of Jollivette
Opa-locka home after surgery in Cloverleaf Hospital.Girl line) to come in and discuss Plaza Senior Citizens Center.

Wallace has at sometime their employment problems.The After listening to a well plan-
PHI DELTA KAPPA
Scout Troop 524 and Troop 530 enjoyed a or other been affiliated new office is 'located at ned program the visitors were
backyard party at the home of Mrs. ',Marietta Bullard. with the Odd Fellows Kni&hts' 17420 South Dixie Highway., served refreshments by mem- BENEFIT TEA
of Phythias and Love and bers of Coconut Grove Com-

Mrs. Alice Lemon, pioneer Miamian died at the Charity Lodges. He is at munity Council, Neighborhood The National Sorority of
home I of her granddaughter. Willie Lemon Grier in De- present a member of every MIAMI ''1IMES Youth Corp and Coconut Grove Phi Delta KappaAlpha Delta
branch of Masonry and for the Youth Council. While this was is its annual
triot, Michigan. Funeral services will be held on Satur- past four years has served as l' ti 1 being done Leo Russell, who March Chapter of Dimes giving Benefit Tea
&
day from Greater Bethel. potentate of Kazah 149 of the <' .- ., is supervisor of recreation at
.. Sunday January 30 at ,
,
Ancient Arabic Order Nobles yirrick Park was explainingthe Church
Covenant Presbyterian
.
Barbara J. Owens and Willie Earle Foreman recited of the Mystic Shrine. This isa 1', ,' '" aims, purpose and ambi- from 4 to 6 pan. at 12th Ave.
marriage vows in Lake City on December 10 at the home well deserved honor that, JUNG tions of the newly organized and 43rd St. Visitors will be
of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Anders. On December 31, her Noble Wallace has acquired by t" Senior Citizens Club. welcomed and appreciated.ANNOUNCEMENT .
parents, Mr. and Mrs,John Owens of Richomd Heights, advancement through the Since that time >wof have,
chairs. r.IESllti : ; met continuously twice
a
entertained friends at reception.. Earle Is the son of ,
The Shrinb is the fun lodge month. We have a wonderful
Mr. and Mrs. Willie E. Foreman of
Sr. St.
Mary's, Ga.
of Masonry and is unique in organization and in time hopeto
The couple will reside at Lake City, Florida where that it helps the needy. Shrine be one of the best in the The graduation classes of
both are employed in the public school system. projects consist of sending Miami area. Our membership is Dorsey 1946 and Northwestern
II. out Christmas baskets for thee WILLIE MAE increasing, gradually. We have 1956 would like for all mem-
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED The Volunteer Serviceshas needy, supporting hospitalsand had one successful projectand bers to be present at the home
some requests which need to be filled immediatelysuch the NAACP. CARSWELLFormelyof now we are in the processof of Mr. E. R. Rhodes, 1387 NW

as drivers to transport'patients to clinics. tea-- Noble Wallace is a dedicated Simons Houseof having another on Feb. 18., 58th Terr., Monday, January
cher's aides, receptionists and clerks. .Call Colun- man who enjoys working We have received a gift from 24 at 8 p.m.
teer Services, 3711324. with the group and states that Beauty is now at a new Pete's Men's Shop, other bus- .
"there is a lot of fun being a location: iness men have offered their
Shriner." services and merchandise to
William J, Smith, husband of Dorothy' Gaiter Smith Noble Wallace, while casting Rouge Box Beauty Shop us when needed. We would SVPPORT

died Tuesday at Mercy Hospital. his line in the water to 6412 NW 15th'' Avenue like to introduce you to our YOUR

hook an occasional snapperor Phone 696-6091 officers: *,
,Mrs. Arnold (Myrtle) Albury of New York City is grunt often sit and reminisce Farley S. Neasman. direc-
enjoying' the sun and surf while visiting.her mother, concerning his seven tor; Leo ,Russell, supervisor; YMCA

'drs.? Joshua Bullard and her'ste'pfatheY;, M.: Bullard is children, a deceased daughter,.' Sylvester Smith, president;
confined at Christian Hospital.Mrs. two daughters in New York,
one a nurse, the other a mortician |
a son who is a welder ,
Frederick Lucas, 14760, Polk Street visited
,
her daughter, (Betty J.) and son-in-law (Charles Alex- in who Connecticut are gardners.and two sons BUYING A NEW CAR ? ?

ander of Jackson, Mississippi for three weeks. Noble Wallace has been a :

member of St. James AME
Get well wishes to Estelle Cunningham, Emerald Church, Rev. J. B. Blacknell, '
Pratt, Heda Christian, Maria Kerr at Jackson; Zeke pastor, for a number of years I II ,t. i

Franklin at Veterans; Ollie Cambridge at Lincoln Nur- and at present' serves as

sing Home; Ronald Clarke at Christian, and. to. Margaret steward. i I \
Kazah salutes outstand-
an
Ford and
Evelyn Peavy.
tate ing Wallace.leader-Illustrious Poten- SEB; srai

Percy Brown Sr. of Coconut Grove,celebrated ano-
ther birthday on Jan. 18th. v

East Coast ?

Sincere sympathy to the Culmer-Lemon, Brown,

Ball, Williams, Washington, and Johnson families. Tailorsf SAVE

EATURING' THE HEW,
Gwen Welters will be hostess to the Greater Miami OAK SLACK SUIT
Chapter of Links, Inc. on Saturday evening at her home.
Unclaimed, Pon', for SoU,
'
Alterations and Remodeling Finance Your 66 Car with Our
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Taylor (Anna Bell) celebrated FAST SERVICE
another anniversary this week.
117, NW .62 ST.
AUTO LOAN!
Mrs. Hattie Farmer of 5600 NW'18th Ave is happyto 'PL :83901A I

have daughter Mamie and husband home for a two- Cuff',. Anytime"whil* you" wait.

week visit. .

Nolan Kemp left this week for New York after 1. Shop around for the car you want. Bring, us the (

spending two weeks here and one in Nassau visiting make, model and price '

friends and relatives. CALL br '

2. We will okay four loan quickly and with no red

First Lt. Samuel R. Stewart, who has been visiting Melvin Fox tape,, 0,,, loan policy is very liberal' we want _
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel R. Stewart for '
to make loans.
the past 30 days, left by way of National Airlines for FOR I

San Francisco, California. He will fly from, Travas Air
STOCKSBONDSMUTUAL 3, Interest can beas low as 4%% on a new car, and
Force Base in California to Korea to begin a 13 month
tour with the 7th Infantry Division. FUIDSTPH1 payments for as long as' 36 months the lowestI. '. ':'.

L .l payments possible. We also make 'loans on used
Club members and their
Square Circle Sportsmen
to 5 old.
friends celebrated their 25th anniversary with a danceat carsup years 1

Bayfront Park Auditorium Thursday night. Edward

Bogie is serving his 25th year as head of the group.

Marian and Oral Allen had Rev. Nelson Pinder LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK

down from Orlando Sunday to bless their new home at [1] or MIAMI 1

1471 NW 179th St. Ftnt fully integrated,," lit the entire Soutkatt .)
right here la the Edison Financial Cmttr

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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday January 2l', 1966 ..,,7,


Facts on Urban RenewalSeveral I


,... :A fr
no. families and elder Public Housing must file an
ly individuals'62 years of age application for public Housin .
and over will benefit througha Refusal to do so will make
Relocation Adjustment 'Payment them ineligible for Relocation t? ww
J as provided for in the Adjustment Payment.

Housing Act of 1964. This tllrW.
THE PAYMENT IS MADE
11 payment the maximum of whic jHWJ L
BY DAVE BONDU is limited to $550, is designedto Assuming that there are six f C J W lip
help low income families persons in the family; husband
who are displaced from an and wife two girls and
Last weekend I ;
went to w
rreeport to see Her High- urban i4WtH1INIk p
renewal area who urn' two boys and the total yearly
ness Mayme at the Pirate's
Den. I must unable to get into Public
she has the best say again, income is 4000. They are
doggone show
the
on Island. M features; Housing. eligible for Public Housing
Chickie Horne and the Dav Atkins Trio. Jeff Adams and will be advised to apply.
just closed there WHO IS ELIGIBLE
and opens tonight at the Apache They can earn up to $5,000 St
Lounge at 106th Street and Biscayne Boulevard here in Residents of the first urban with a six person family. With 1 drrAL1 1

Miami. Needless to say, Freeport is swinging place, renewal projects the boun- six persons in the family they !
Last Saturday night Hugh O'Brien (TV's Wyatt Erp) paida daries of which extend generally will need a house or an apart-
visit to see the Pirate's Den. The only thing I cannot from NW 22nd St. end NW ment with three bedrooms but
understand is why everything is so high in Freeport. 21st Terrace to NW 14th St. the Housing Authority does
It is closer to the United States than Nassau. If and from NW 3rd Ave. to NW not have a three bedroom unit
a Reg- 6th Place and the rent is $115 month.
hasn't may be eligible fora per
gin
at least
got a hundred dollars to for
spend a Relocation Adjustment Pay- The schedule of average an-
weekend, he should go to Nassau, instead of Freeport. ment provided they meet the nual gross rentals for a three
Anyway, I had a ball, and will most likely go again in folowing requirements: bedroom unit is $350. Twenty -

about two weeks. 1. Total family income or per cent of the income is i!
income indivi- $550. As difference betweenthe
as an elderly
********************
dual is within certain speci- 11,350 and $800 is $550

For those who are concerned about the North-South fied limits. they are entitled to a $500 Re-
2. Unable to secure Public cation Adjustment Payment
Golf Tournament
are getting ready for the golfers who -
Housing. which will be paid jointly to
will be into
coming our City from all parts of the
coun- 3. Move into a decent, safe them and their landlord by HER QUESTION ANSWERED
try. Richard Gardner, Ernest Hayes Dr. I. P. Davis
,
and sanitary dwelling outsidethe check at the rate of $115 per
Clyde Killens and others are doing everything possibleto urban renewal area. month for four months and the Tanya Taylor. Washington D. C., National Coun-
make this one better than the previous ones. Dates 4. Claim for the payment is balance of $40 to them in the cil of Negro Women youth representative, asks Dr.

February 22-27. submitted within 30 days after fifth month if they rent. A lump Jonas Salk about The Salk Institute for
******************** you move from the urban renewal sum payment will be paid to Biological
Studies at San Diego, Calif. This institution and re-
area.Families. them if they buy a three bed-
PRETTY GIRL OF THE 7 and elderly indivi- room home. search projects at universities across the nation ate

WEEK: Clea Bradford. II duals who have incomes within Relocation Assistance of aided by March of Dimes funds. The Junior Council of

PRETTY BOY OF THE the admission limits for Urban Renewal Agency will the National Council of Negro Women is pledged to work

WEEK: Bill Wynn, IA assist in filing claims. Such for the success of the 1966 March of Dimes. National
MUSICIAN OF THE lI 47 families are urged to contact Foundation-March 'of
VFW ACTIVITIES Dimes program includes, in addit-
WEEK: Dave Bondu Jr. the field office located at 421
ion to research, aid to birth defects patients and public
NW 19th St. for further infor.
******************** Opa-locka's VFW Post education.
5693 closed its 1965 year with mation. The telephone numberis
For so many years now, I have been, writing about 377-5291.
the happy memory of the giving -
people and guns. Too many people are being shot, and of Christmas baskets for ..
in many cases killed, from gun shot wounds. I still saya the needy of Opa-locks and
tight gun law should go on the ballots in our next the sad memory of the funeral
election. Let the people vote on it. Let the people of services for the late AlbertA.

Dade County decide. If enough people vote to stop the Maycock brother of our own
sale of guns and get a tighter law, maybe a few more Oliver Maycock very devoted the C. 0. D.'SFRISATSUN

lives would be spared .Right now, Alan Courtney of VFW post member.
Radio Station WINZ has a petition going out that will Edward Brown started 1966
off with a joint meeting of the
outlaw communism. If enough and their
people friends
Post and the Ladies Auxiliary. -
reading teh Miami Times would send me post cards say- President Gertrude Lem-

ing that they feel that guns should be outlawed, I will ons had most of her ladies
take these cards to the City and County Commissionand present and it was a most suc-
talk with these elected officials and present the cessful meeting with all submitting -

wishes of the people to them. Be sure to'put your name plans for,the new year.
and address on the card, so I will have proof that you First order of this busi-
sent them. Just say, "Put gun law on the ballot." I am ness meeting was the present-
ing of a "Hero's AppreciationPlaque"
sure we could get some action from somebody. to Nathaniel Tyrone
********************
Curry for his heroic effort in
QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Columbia RecordingStar saving a baby's life in a
Gene Stridell, is reportedly in Canada. That is burning house fire in 1965.

some jump from the Drumbeat in Nassau There are
plenty of jobs to be had at all of the Economic Oppor- COMING EVENTS
tunity Program Centers. Right now I need 40 women to Post meeting Jan. 23 and
('it might be noted that our new
work in a canning factory, and I could use 100 teenage meeting place is the new
boys who are high school dropouts. Just report to me at Albert's Funeral Home Building -
2741 NW 49th Street. If you live in Liberty City or 150th St. and 22nd Ave.

Downtown, go to the office nearest you I hear that Post Building Fund sale par-
Jack Corbet is running the James Club, and I sure wish ty at the home of Chaplain and

him good luck Last Sunday I watched the Duke El- Mrs. Emory'Gibson. 16400 NW
lington Orchestra in a concert in the Presbyterian 20th Ave., Saturday evening,

Church of New York. It was beautiful Wildman Jan. 29 and no personal Invi-
needed. The public is
Steve, WAME, is planning some real fine things in en- tations
invited. Feb.. 5th District
tertainment in a month or two I still wi nder why meeting in Key West. This is
the Kie anis Club won't open its doors to American Ne-. the meeting that all members

groes. Negro members from the Bahamas are welcome to join in a motorcade to the
go to luncheons here in Miami. Where is the logic? Southernmost City for business -

Next week I will tell you about the Kiwanis Clubin fun and frolic.

Nassau. Till then, Live Life, every Golden Minuteof
it. PEACE!
LONGHORNIINCOME !





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MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 21, 96611HE.WS.
SECURITY "';' >
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SOCIAL ,NOTES ItThELUNTEiA'."

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"Any person eligible for "A NIe. P1.iw. 'or Nise r t....,I,,
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should not drop or ,.' ,.ar.
Thomas Major 18, many private homes during the Medicare ; >
WM ;
health insurance "*; 1SW*" rHi.vry'bodyl
middle of December. The cancel any private
severely burned hi.
at home in
has simply because Sorry I missed for the
he now you past
Criminal Inveatication
Department twow..k
Fox Hill ,
on Dec. 22. The boy
was sent from Nas- of the new Medicarelaw The flu bug caught up with me and I was a sick chick for
was refilling a gas iron from a
Blonston,
P. while. .
gallon bottle when the bottle suit to probe the cause of the Edward
fell and broke and the fumes fires. social security district manager Things have been lumping here at the "Note." Hod
from the liquid rapidly spread ************ in Miami North cautioned wonderful time during Christmas and N.w Years. Since then
and were lighted from the pilot The "Just Rite Bakery"was recently. we've had all kinds of nice things to calebrate-AIr Raid had
light of the atove.'The boy opened recently on Collins "Health insurance for a birthday followed by his and Willie's anniversary. We with
WM taken to a hospital in Ave oppositethe Southern people 65 and over does not them much happiness and a long life together. Gene and Sub|
critical condition. Senior School by Sammie Saun- wllliam E. Elston hM been go into effect until July 1. ly tied the knot last night. They came to see us after the
,.+...*+.**.* ders. Mr. Saunders is a graduate appointed administrator for Neither the hospital nor the wedding along with their good friends, George and his! wile|
Wellington Hosea Hepburn pastry chef of the Williamsburg personnel relations of American medical insurance plan in this Stack and his wife, Ruth and her friend, we popped the Cork
,...i horse racing groom WM Restoration Centerin Airlines according to an program will start before that on some champagne and gave a toast to their health and hop.
fined 1700 in the Magistrate' Williamsburg. Va. He has announcement made by Ken date, Mr. Blonston stressed. pin....
Court on Dec. 14, and was ordered had 12 years' experience baking neth 1.. Meinen, the airline's He pointed out that prema-
in vice president for personnel. cancellation of private insurance It's Wednesday afternoon and we're
to sell his horse yo pay the leading hotels in ture having a ball h.nat
the fine. He was chargedwith the Bahamas. Among other duties Mr could leave a person the "Note." Tootle has been singing along with the juke
forgery uttering and attempting ************ Elston will be responsible for without any health protectionat box. Really good! Ruby Is sipping Orange Rock. Betty and
to defraud by false pre The body of a man Identi- American's Plans for Progress all until the July 1. 1966 her friends enjoying their favorite cold cold Schlitz. I hove
ten e.He pleaded not guilty to fied by police aa Edward John activities in the field of Equal date. Only hospital and medi- to quit the party and Start barbeculna. Must have it ready ofr
the first charge but guilty to son, was found at Pin der' Employment Opportunity. cal expenses incurred after tonight.
the others with explanation. Point Grand Bahama Dec. Before joining American that date will be covered under
Hepburn ran into trouble when 19. He was believed to have he was engaged in private law Medicare. Clad to have you back with us James. Nice
he bought a race horse he died from natural causes. The practice. He is a former assistant Mr. Blonston added that your friend, Julius. Hope to see you again. Before you matting leave
could not afford. 17-year-old man was flown to attorney general for. those covered under the medical for St. Louis. hello Mottle for
......................-....................... Nassau. state of Illinois.Mr. insurance plan will begin Say to me.
Frederick William ************ Elston is a graduate of their monthly payments in
McCon- We hope to see all of you this weekend. We will have
yule, 24. of Lakeland. Fla.., Eighteen-year-old Frank Talladega College in Tails July 1966 the same time their plenty of our delicious barbecue. Better try a sandwich.
has been charged with the Dullard of Freeport, Grand Ba- dega, Ala. and of the Do Paul protection begins. Hospital They are so good along with a cold beer or a bottle of
murder of Mrs. Janie Catherine hama did not have a Merry University Law School in Chi insurance will cost nothing. favorite win. your i
Wilburn at Bottom Harbour Christmas. On Dec. 18, in the cago. For more information on

Eleuthera. The body of the Magistrate's Court, he was Medicare, ask your social security How about joining us Monday night? We will have a special
,pregnant woman was found in fined $112 for unlawfully carrying EARN WHILE YOU office or leaflet No. 2. price on our barbecue sandwich. 50{. Served from 6 to 11
her home on Dec. 11 by her a pocket knife. Bullard LEARNIt If you have any questions, the Carter says we have the best barbecue In town. I know you'll p.m.
lollow employees who were to got liquor-happy the night before distract office personnel will like it too.Love .
look for her when she failedto and started smashing is now possible for be glad to answer them.
get to work. The window of young men between the ares
woman's panes a cement and kisses to all of from Foots
you |Iva,
husband in the United When awakened of 17 and 21 to learn a profitable Those young people interested Betty,
was an
company. Mary Air> "Raid, Jerome, Bill Little
trade. Sugar, Buddy, Chubby,
in preparing for their
States on business. at the neighbor tried to stop him, Stardust and Yours Truly. Look for
me next week in the
time. Bullard "began making Six months courses will future can find out more about
*.*........* him with the knife,"passesat police start Jan 24 in short order these courses by applying at Not.Times.. We'll.ELINOR.see you and your friends this week in the Blu.

Louise Mott, 24, was found reported. cooking, auto mechanic help the Youth Opportunity Center, II
dead on Rose Comer on the ******.*.... er and auto body and paint 245 SE First St. or any of the '

night of Dec. 14. She was s Fire swept through a sec- helper. following/ Economic Opportunity Join the NAACP
victim of a traffic accident. tion of Eight Mile Rock, Grand Young men who are selected Centers: 420 NW 11th
......................... Bahama, early on the morningof I will receive at least St., 2741 NW 49th .St., 6709
Bogus $20 bills floated Dec. 20, and completely J!$19 a week while training. NW 15th Ave. I
from St. Louis, Mo., all the destroyed two 10-room houses
way to Nassau recently. The and two four-room houses. Ii I :II1'rwj
head of the CID said the coun- Two others were damaged
terfeit bills first started cir- The fire was said to have
culation in St. Louis Dec. 9. started in a room of one of the
He warned businessmen banks larger buildings. All the pia DRIVE-IN:.THEATRE!
"vmd hotels that it is being circulated -houses were owned by John
in Nassau. Rolle who operates a club located
............ the front of the
on prop GIANT 3 HIT HORROR SHOW
Bailey Town, Bimini, had erty. Many Haitians were..left
five fires which destroyed as homeless by the blaze. ? His Beast-blood
demanded he iGLI. QLL..KILLI

JOBS OPEN ATHOMESTEAD
The Q
AIR BASE ra
The Recruiting Department P 4 monster

of the Homestead Air Force

Base has announced that it i is ,!
accepting applications from
the general public for Greens
and Garden Workers grade W-5 t
4J ;? .
at $2.24 per hour Commissary : 7
week handlers at $2.01
per hour and Light Service .

Fixture Servicers, grade W-4, I
at $2.38 per hour. I I I I I

The department is also accepting t1 cotog
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January 12,1966 commemo- applicants for: Electricians FRANKENSTEIN VS SPACE MONSTER
rates the 6th year since the grade W-9, salary $2.80 per DARING AND DRAMATICprobe by Sydney Pollack, "The
passing of the late Bishop hour. Card punch operators, of suicide and crisis Slender Thread" dramatically NO. 2."CURSE.
,
known throughout the world as grade 0S-2, $3,814 per year. forms the suspenseful per- probes the confusing and taut i OF THE VOO DOG '
"Sweet Daddy Grace." Accounting technician grade pective of Paramount Pictures' reality of suicide and the pos-
Today, we can visualizethe GS-4, $4,641 per year. Sales "The Slender Thread," starring sibility of help which comes 11
prophecies of the great store checkers, grade GS-3, Anne Bancroft, Sidney from a city's Crisis Clinic. NO.3.
humantarian. His concepts, $4,149 per year. Commissarystock Poitier, Telly Savalas and Anne Bancroft portrays a woman DINOSAURUS"
ideas and symbols are being handlers, grade W-2, Steven Hill/ and opening Jan. bent on taking her own Li
destroyed by a strange religion $2.01 per hour. Commissarystock 28 at the Liberty City Drive life and Sidney Poitier playsthe
called "McCulloug Ism." Only handlers, grade W-4, in Theatre. Produced by Stephen clinic worker who is benton
a few of the many thousandsof $2.17 per hour. Clerk stenographers Alexander and directed saving her life. SUNMONTUESWEDTHURiggROUJBAKER
grade GS-3 $4,149 --
,
followers remain to talk and perhour. I
Clerk typist grade
,
08-3
,
tell of the
he followed
peace
$4,149 per year.Qualified Jfc, GEORGE MAW
with all men. We can never

forget Daddy Grace for he the Civilian applicants Personnel shouldcontact THE MAN TO SEEThe Mffa: IS THE FU8E :

ruins came that and intercepted the Office building R22. Dow St. ,
pursued our people
Homestead Air Force -" '
'ond: created new standard for Base, Prudential takes pride in the ? lSslvll
for further information
and
the masses in areas of our use = fact that Prudential Agents are
the application forms.
habitation where right had almost Office career underwriters well
hours are 8 a.m. to S p.m. Mon- ISTHE BLAST! }y
lost its battle for the day through Friday.EXPERTSHOE qualified to help solve your life ,I
Light, and all seemed an eter- 4k and health insurance problems.
nal night. -- I+ For your insurance needs, seeEDWARD STARTS FRIDAY, JAN. 28
Daddy pointed to us a new
paradise of peace, where hope SIDNEY POlDER atE BANCROFT
and faith and love hold high REPAIRINGAt
carnival in the dominion of the Reasonable Prices MOORE III

soul. This is why we feel the Quality Is our trade mark 3366 NW 49th ST PARAMOUNT PICTURES maws TILE
awareness of Daddy Grace. SHOES SHINED AND DYED MIAMI, FLORIDA
And when the selfish wrath
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Shoe Craft exports to recover SU Df
and jealous opposition of many your shoos with the ,

do-nothing religious leaders fabric of your dr.... Dyeing t
and successors turn to coarse of leather and fabric shoot THE PRUDENTIALINSURANCE .a THREAD
and ugly opposition and condemnation -
HEELS HALF SOLES
Daddy Grace's -
name will still live, and will WHOLE SOLES a mutual life insurance COMPANY OF AMERICA I
not! be abandoned by those AL'S SHOE REPAIR company )

.where he has rescued froma 6020 NW 7th Avenue '
"living graveyard." Opposite Lincoln Nat'l Bank RES. 635-4371, OFFICE 945-4331 V ''" A MOTION PICTURE
Submitted by: J' EXPERIENCE RARELY,
Elder N. Harris, Overseer AL WILLIAMS. OWNER HOLLYWOOD DISTRICT HOLLYWOOD, FLA. IF EVER, SURPASSED

Florida State Grace ,,. IN SUSPCNSeiTHE .

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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, January 21, 1966 9
"*..j4>'*SK \\f q qFROM ; .

,'; WHERE I SIT Voting Clerks Must woo two RIO'S

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Why Athile Range Dade County's more- than desugned to determine the
4,000 part-time voting inspectors worker's ability to understand
and clerks will be required voting procedures and to follow it
Lost the Election to pass a special examina- official instructions.
tion in order to
qualify for Persons who have workedin
future poll work' it was an- previous elections will be
Why an article in January on an election which nounced Monday, Jan. 17. tested within the next few
place in November??? Notices are being sent to weeks, Braterman sud. Later, ::
ok those who have worked in the examination will be offered
strongly feels that the
This corner defeat of Mrs.
previous.elections, along with to all interested applicants who
Range' in her bid for a seat the
Athalie on Miamiity
present applicants, advising are registered Dade County
Commission is a disgusting portion of Miami's them to appear for a scheduled voters.
'story which should be talked about over and over test.The Braterman said the testing.
gain for fear that the tremendously important lesson announcement made will be administered by the AX
o, be derived therefrom might be missed. Among numer- by County Elections Supervisor .. Dade County Personnel Dept. Ab
us other things, it points out quite vividly, the dire Martin Braterman, who Minimum salaries for poll
eed for a well organized, year-round voter registra- said that the new procedure workers range from $15 a day
drive coupled with a highly concerted effort to de- conforms with the present for inspectors to $18 a day for
ion" county policy od
rquired testing clerks, with additional cornI -
.
within Dade's vast Negro po- for
relop job applicants.
I pensation provided for work
iiilation a greater awareness of the Braterman described the ex- during elections carrying unusually
mportance of full participation in the amination as a qualifying test, heavy ballots.
,olitical affairs of the city in whichhey

live.
When Mrs. Range threw her W
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ocketbook and gloves into the poll- Ie'I ;pv +.x: rij. 2's

ical arena jubilation reigned supremen
Negro circles. There was great ju- r ?y4 .j; ;
ilation because there were many of a ______
is who strongly felt that, at last, Nr Y1 >Ak i
here had emerged a Negro candidate M r. Range ''T
ho was strong enough to awaken xp
nd unite a sleeping and divided Negro community ,
This remarkable mite of a woman stood mightytall +
md waged an untiring, clean, hard fight which certain- ipS
endeared her in the hearts of thousands of Miamians.
he winner knew he had been in a real fight. So bril-

'ant did she campaign and so qualified was she, the '
iami Herald endorsed her candidacy in the runoff.his Y f y
a: r A
marked the first time a Miami daily newspaper 'I .... : '' "
IE. : TRADE MARK
idorse'd a Negro candidate for political office. As un- ."' OCANNON
lievable as it might seem, this still was not enough far
awaken the Miami Negro from his Rip Van Winkle- .
'ke sleep that has caused his failure to participate ine I ; :

> political life of his city. I ) ,

Again, it was the 'same, sad story: "Too Little } viv .. ,
nd Too Late." Hence, Mrs. Range lost in the run-off < _
lection by the narrow and inexcusable margin of 1460 u' tT. ti' t ,
BEST OF LUCK Attorney General Edward W. Brooke, .
otes. We say inexcusable because, of the 31,342 eli-
ible voters in the 22 predominately Negro precincts left, Massachusetts, who aspires to succeed retiringU. 4i: ::v
nly 17,880 bothered to go out and vote, while 13,462r S. Senator Leverett Saltonstall, R-Mass., isgreetedby '
> some strange reason, stayed away from the polls. friend Moss H. Kendrix, Washington, D. C., and At-
lore than enough to insure victory for Mrs. Range). lanta, Ga., public relations man, following Boston
or example: in Precinct 74 (Holmes Elementary press conference at which Mr. Brooke, Republican, an-
hoof) only 887 of a possible 1531 persons voted; nounced his political intentions. Mr. Brooke and Mr.
recinct 75 (Orchard Villa Elementary School), 768f Kendrix 'are members of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternityand AeiR..O.v70iv..m
1376; Precinct 88 (Manor Park Community House), long-time friends.
nly 667 of 1527; Precinct 118 (Phyllis Wheatley Ele- -------------1
entary School), 816 of 1421; Precinct 120 (Dixie Park
ecreation Building only 590 of 1150; Precinct 184 OUR CLASSIFIED ADS j jI I II

rancis S. Tucker Elementary School), only 643 out of I xn.rv.vsWhV:nspr, ..+V.-.W.. .rim-J. |

possible 1998; Precinct 279 (Liberty Square Audito- I BRING RESULTS ., I
un), 863 of 1670; Precinct 286 (West Dunbar Elemenry Jumbo 22x11-inch cotton terry
School) only 427 of 1446; and Precinct 287 (Doug- L------------j
as Elementary School), only 392 persons voted out of
possible 1137. These figures are indisputable proof BATH TOWELSStock
hat, with a real "get-out-the-vote" effort, Mrs. Range
ould have won easily.

This writer is certainly at a loss in trying to pin- : : ."
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oint the reason for this lack of interest by the masses Ih "
f Negroes. Could it be because of an inadequate and '.{; '
ivided leadership??? f4f r 5 ,
Unlike many towns in Georgia, Alabama, and Mis- I
Issippi, Miami Negroes are not forced to fight "red {
Ii!: '
ecked" so call law enforcement officials, rebel flag .
pe
aving mobs and vicious police dogs in order to exer- "
Ise their constitutionally guaranteed right to register
nd vote. All Dade Countians are given the Red Carpet

eatment at the office of the Supervisor of Elections.ut .
1 in spite of this royal treatment, it is estimated that up now on these heavy beauties at this low price.
Y 40,000 of some 80,000 eligible Negroes in Dade Tiny imperfections will not affect looks or wear. Solids ]-
ounty have seen fit to become registered voters. prints, stripes in decorator colors.

Immediately following the Range defeat, there ......... I

ere loud yells for and promises of a massive Voter VICTOR PIANOS & ORGANS ,H"."m" _
e&istration Drive. To date, these yells have disap- I ;
;ared and the promises have turned out to be empty ANNOUNCES NEW STAFF MEMBER i M"kO ileary cotton trrrgWASHCLOTHS

neSt As of this sitting, this corner is aware of no ef- Charles T Rogers has |lust joined the soles staff of Victor, Pianos, & Orgons,300 N W. j# CAN NON
rts being made in this direction. This is quite disking 54th Street. IN

since the next county election is scheduled He IS eminently qualified having a unique background of training and experience" in ;
r May 3rd. And the registration books are tentatively radio TV, symphony concerts choral accompanying, organ and piano-Mr Rogers'
cheduled to be at sub-stations throughout the county appearances hove been world wide, SOLIDS PRINTS

m) March 14th through 26th. Graduating from Bethune Cookmon College, he went on for further study ot the t ,
Is it possible for Dade's Negro leadership, along University of Wisconsin Private study in organ continued in Munich,Germany and at
th the University of Miami His radio' work included o 2 year Saturday Music Series on
its many civic, social, religious and fraternal or- WBBB Burlington, III C
"lza ions really big voter re- lie
to for
get together one During his Service tour, he was Chaplain's Assistant at Ft Jackson C ,presiding at
stratton drive??? From where I sit, the answer is the Chapel organ While overseas he was Organist Pianist for the U S 43rd Winged
es!!I Negroes it effectively in other Victory Chorus and Band appearing in concerts at the Deutches Museum, Munich
are doing quite
these Salzberg festival House, Solzberg, Austria, TV and Municipal concerts in
We can and will do it in Dade County.To oermony Amsterdam Holland, other concerts in Vienna Austria, East Berlin, Pisa, Italy and a Terrific value! Imperfections -
this end, we say: Come on Jaycees, let's get pint, concert with the Munich Symphony OrchestraThe rvv Y I are so slight you must
organized. The time is now! Come on Young Demo- Holland engagement was broadcast Over a nation wide hookup of the five major hunt them.Solids orprints;
rats, Operation Big Vote, Frontiers of America, Lo- networks The 31 man chorus song to an estimated fQur million people Their wide choice of colors.
a! Buddies, Sororities and Fraternities.Come objective to get money for the flood stricken people of Holland

on Elks, Masons King of Clubs, MRS Club, Since 1960 Mr Rogers has served as Minister of Music ot Mt Zion Baptist Church,
arks and Jills,National Alliance of Postal Employees, 301 N W 9th Street. He is a member of the Miami Chapter American Guild of USE OUR FREE LAYAWAY

."Winks, NAACP, Ministerial Laymen Voter ReIStration OrganistsMr AVAIUIll IN MIAMI. MIAMI" ilACM. CORAL OAUIS
Committee, Square Circle Sportsmen, Dade Rogers will be available os consultant salesman for oil musICal needs piano PIlRINf NOMISTIAO. HOLLYWOOD .,41 WISI MOUYWOOOIgiliUiiLUijiy
O Uflty Academy of Medicine, et al. Let's all get to- and organ

ether and do the job. i YOUR MONEY'S WORTH MORE AT
If as thelptus
the defeat of Athalie Range can serve VICTOR PIANOS & ORGANSCorner
!
registration
to spark a really effective voter WOOLWORTH'Sr
ampalgnf then the tremendous showing made by her N.W. 54th St. I N.W. 3rd Ave. PH. PL 8-8195

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AME Church Conference School at St. Pail I REV.N.G.MT. TABORMt. STAGGERSAT



(extension of Edward Waters the dean; j. B. Blacknell, registrar Tabor observes Florida I

College, Jacksonville) in the ; '1'. E.'Wright and J. A.Memorial College Day, Sunday,

spacious edifice of the newly Roberts instructors; Joseph Jan. 23. Mt. Tabor terminates

-., constructed St. Paul AME Ray Sr. conference public relations -its fund raising drive for this

Church 1892 NW 51st Terr., coordinator. college in St. Augustine.

Monday at 7 p.m. The Rev. r"1'1<
CHURCH OF THE Cousin is dean of the school MT. HERMON AME
The courses of study will
OPEN DOORRev. which will continue through include Theology, Grammarand Rev. S. L. Gay, pastor
May, Monday and
Wednesdayof
'
English The Prophets
f I i rdi4o
H. C. McD ovell, pastorA. each week from 7 to 10 p.m. Homeletics Church History Attention pastors laymenand
The is friends. All roads will
E. McNeal, reporterDr. public invited. Stewardship, World Mission,
lead to Mt. Hermon January
William J. Faulkner, The Thomas Kelley, Jr., Living Issues in Philosophyand 23 at 3 o'clock.

minister of the Park Manor pastor of St. Paul will be one possibly public relationsand This time has been set for

Congregational Church: Chi- the instructors and teach registration organization the corner stone laying and

ca go,will be the guest preacher "Hymnology." St. Paul will of civic divisions of government celebration of our 13th anni-

Sunday at bnth 9:45 and REV. S. A. COUSINThe be the host church of the 1966 from block captains We extendin
versary. are an
11 a.m. worship services. annual conference (pre-cen- through Congressional Districts invitation to all members who
and Federal
Among the various positions tennial session) of the con- Areas. are members and friends to
held Rev. S. A. Cousin, ference. The Rt. Rev. E. C.
by Dr. Faulkner, minister of Greater Bethel Laymen and ministers on come help us celebrate this
and Hatcher is bishop.
outstanding achievements AME Church formally openedthe all levels regardless of race occasion.The .

>f a most distinguished career registration for classes of Other members of the fac- or denomination are welcome. sermon will be broughtby

are YMCA secretary in 1966 South Florida Annual uky will include the Revs. Registration is free. Classes our own esteem Presiding

Philadelphia of and Atlanta; pas- Conference School of Religion .J. R. Campbell,!, assistant to from 7 to 10 p.m. 1 Elder of the North Miami Dis-
tor the First Congregations -- trict Dr. J. A. Roberts. If you

Church in Atlanta in which The Rev. Nathaniel G. miss this you will miss a

city he promoted the "Build ST. JAMES AME Staggers, pastor of Mt. Zion treat. Also we will have to

Better Homes" movement. Rev. J. B. Blacknell, pastor Amival Confereice Missionary Baptist O.. help us in the laying of our

spearheaded what has become Bert Cooper, reporter lando, will speak at 11 a.m. comer stone Rev. T. C.

perhaps the most amazing aggregation Bethel The subject of his sermon will
of Paul
at AME Now Kelley, pastor St. and
Club Mrs.
of beautiful homes The Hospitality be "The SurpemeTask." Rev.
with choirsof
his choirs along
in the of Miriam Martin, president, hada is leading clergyman -
country dean Staggers a
;
men
post-Christmas The Rev. Frank A. Allenof is sponsored by a band issue Mt. [ ormon.Wo .
'and dean of Chapel at Fisk delightful in the state of Florida.
Ft. Lauderdale, presiding the membership. All do want our visitors to
at the home of Mrs. among
University where he endeared party He graduated from Florida
Martha Nicholson last thurs- elder of the Miami District, choirs and auxiliaries of the know our services are always
himself to a whole generation Memorial then known as Flo-
South Florida Annual Confer- church will participate during ,inspiring and the sermons
Gifts exchanged -
of students day night. were
and Meharry Col- Ida Normal and Industrial Memorial -
the members ence and presiding elder at the weekend con ference. spiritually uplifting. .We also
lege. He has held the highest among College.
with a delicious repast being large, the Nassau, Bahamas, Dr. Allen is cooperating want you to know you are wel-
position of honor in the Congregational is active instate
-
Rev. Staggers
served. BW1 annual conference, the with Dr. Cousin, special rep Kjme to worship with us in
Church having and local affairs. He isa
AME Church will hold the first resentative of the Rt. Rev. all our services.
'served as Vice Moderator of will have member of the board of directors -
The Januarv-ites quarterly conference at Greater Eugene Hatcher Sr. of the
the General Council. He is a Bethel this weekend Fri- the of the General Baptist!
their weekly party at the homeof diocese in negotiating relocation TEMPLE
member and director of many State Convention of the West
Church
Mrs. Sadie Dean Friday of St. Luke

humanitarian organizations, night. January-ites, members day.The pastor, Rev. S. A. Rev. W. A. Curry, pastor, Coast Convention.He The No. 2 Choir, Mrs. Ma-

fraternities cieties.Dr. and learned so- and friends of St. James are Cousin, will report progresson which is moving because of ,is active in the inter- tilda Hall, president and
.
urged to come out and make a the $60.000 renovation the expressway and urban renewal denominational Ministerial i 1 Chas. Ambrose, director, ce-

Faulkner holds aca- purshase of the variety of project, of this charge, which programs. Alliance of the city of Orlan- lebrated its 12th anniversary
demic degrees' from Springfield do; the Orlando Inter-Racial
with elaborate and
niceties on sale. Sunday an
College, University of Ministerial Alliance member successful A numberof
program.
Chicago, Chicago Theological As a reminder to members: FRIENDSHIPRev. GREATER NEWMACEDONIA of the executive board of the choirs and individuals parti-

Seminary, which also honored The quarterly comference will NAACP and a member of the
him with a Doctor of Divinity with J. E. Jenkins, Pastor board of trustees of Florida cipated.
be held on Friday night The officers and members
degree. Sis. Ruby Lee Carr, Reporter Memorial College.
Elder Roberts In charge. All wish to thank the choirs of St.Matthew's .
Friends and members of the Rev. Roscoe Jackson, Pastor
and Mt. Tabor is inviting alumni -
boards clubs are to make Sunday services were en- Baptist Church,
Open Door are always glad to Willie J.Beard, Reporter friends and Baptists in the
joyable throughout the day ,
a report. Ebenezer Methodist,New Hope
know when Dr. and Mrs. Faulkner -
Miami to worshipwith
Greater
are making their annual The "Lists" are already in with the youth choir in per- The Sunlight Pall Bearers us Sunday area and hear a Primitive Baptist, the Second

mid-winter vacation with their the hands of captains for fect attendance and Sis. Ruth:Charitable Society No. 99 observed religious speaker.Mt. Court Church of God. Temple
great
Scott as pianist. They really their tenth anniversary No. 1 and Male Chorus, repre-
daughter and son-in-law. Dr. the annual Homecoming which Tabor members are
and Mrs. John O. Brown and will be held in early February. did sing and our youngest minister on last Sunday afternoon. The asked to be present and turn lentatives from St. Mary's W.

their captivating grand children. if you are not contacted mem- Rev. Nathan Streeter great and dynamic Rev. K. E. in their folders.At M. Church and the Church of

Dr. and Mrs. Faulkner, bers, please inquire around really did preach such a Rogers, pastor of Mt. Olive 7 a musical God of Prophecy, Mr. Chas.

now in retirement, make their I I and find out whose list you are spirited moved.sermon that everyonewas Baptist Church brought the will be p.m.rendered by the program choir. Knowles of St. Peter's A. 0.

home in Wildwood N. J. on and make your donation.BETHLEHEM sermon. The message was Church.
The evening sermon was delivered with the The Male Chorus will
Dr. Faulkner's innumerable brought forth spirit i spon-

friends and admirers of Greater by our own Rev. The president, officers and 5TH CHURCH OF ior a tea Sunday, Jan. 23, from

Miami will want to hear his Stanley Johnson. He also members wish to thank all of 3:30 to S p.m. on the church
of his soul. His CHRIST SCIENTISTThe
preached out
unique message Sunday morning Oscar the out-of-town lodges and local .round. The public is invited.
Rev. West, PastorM.
son, who lives in New York
at both services. socieities for turning out Mrs. Rose Llghtbourn,
T. Hopkins, Reporter City, and whom he had ,not nature of God as faithful choir
The Choral Group of the with them. Dea. Henry Jefferson member underwent -

Southwest Miami High School, The pastor thanks all mem- seen for 30 years, was pre president.We "Truth" will be the subjectof surgery at Hialeah Hospital -
the service in
under the direction of William bers and friends who motoredto sent.Our are in the process of all Christian last week. She is im-
revival services will Science
S. Johnson will be featuredin New Macedonia Baptist preparing for the ministers Churches this week. iroving. Mrs. Eva Lawrencehas

several numbers at the 11 Church of Carver Ranches the close Friday Jan. 21. Come deacons Union of the Seaboard ., Scriptural readings will Include returned home from Jackson -
service. Mr. Johnson is and hear our pastor on Sunday.Get Association the Psalmist's prayer: Memorial where
ajn. Rev. Mack to render Baptist Hospital
pastor,
well wishes
also the director of the Chancel service Wednesday night. go to Sis. which will be in session Jan- "Withhold not thou thou tender she was a patient. We pray
Willie Mae Cowan and Bro. mercies from 0 Lord Let
Choir of church. me, ;
for their
our Macedonia
You invited to uary 27-30, 1966 at speedy recovery.
are wor -
The ladies of the church B. Martin, both in Jackson they loving kindness and thy
ship with Jan. The
invite all to remain for Coffe us 26. Rev. Memorial Hospital, and Bro. loving truth continually preserve -
Hour following the morning Slater, pastor of Day Spring,and Sis. N. L. Lewis whose McGHANEY SPEAKS me." Paralleling the ZION HOPERev.
Baptist Church will render
worship where there will be an service for grandson, Frankie underwent Create in me a claen heart. Bible passages will be reference -
us. Paul Freeman, Pastor
in
opportunity to greet Dr. and Make it a must and attendan surgery Jackson. 0 God; and renew a right from the denomination's
Elizabeth Jackson, Reporter
Special congratulations to textbook, including "Let there
Mrs. Faulkner personally. Appreciation Program at the spirit within me. Psalm 51:10.
No. 3 Usher Board. Bro. J. C. bo light, is the perpetyal demand -
Are
New Mt. Calvary given in be- you making prayer your Services were spiritually
Wright, president. They were 01'Truth and
Love
NEW PROVIDENCERev. half of Sis. Corine Kendrick. declared constant source of strength? high all day last Sunday. Our
the most popular hanging chaos into order and
I am sure that if we begin of his
She is the director of the Jr. pastor i preached out
C. J. Burney, Pastor Choir at Bethlehem.Our auxiliary the of the church, except every day with a prayer, we discord"into the music of the soul. We are asking all to pray

Claudia Wilson, ReporterThe Lad, Jesus Christ is Silent Workers.for the will find that everything that sphere. You are always welcome for the sick and shut-ins.

still stopping by the Holy year.Each have to come in contact with : to attend services Sunday Don't forget Prayer Meeting -
is
Sunlight Pall Charity Ghost's Headquarters financially one determined to will come easier for us to do. 11 a.m. and Wednesday 8p.m. Tuesday P p.m.
be the
Society No. 137 will hold its and spiritually.You most popular at the And whatever we have to do Visitors are always wel-
end of the
regular meeting Jan. 28 at 8 are always welcome to year. We are goingto let us do it with a claen heart come.

p.m. All members and those the going church for the coming higher heights under the and a new and right spirit. SALTERS CHAPEL

interested in joining are askedto Christ. leadership of our wonderful Say for yourself this week:

be present also. Businessof pastor, Rev. Jenkins who is All things are possible to Riv. H. J. Benson, Pastor

vital importance. MT. SINAIRev. really a God-sent man. Friend- them that love, and put their Flossie Marshall, Reporter ST. STEPHENS

There will be an old fashion ship is elated to have him as trust in the most high God, as 215 NW 33rd Avenue

song service rendered 'on S. A. Thomas, Pastor pastor. I I do. So until a later date, if Guest day at Salters was a New Liberty City

Jan. 30, sponsored by the No. Dorothy Chancy, Reporter God's, will, thanks to God for success and was well attended -

2 Choir. This will be in our all of you. by a huge crowd of wor- There will be a barbecue

evening services. "Take Me to the water to SHILOHRev. shippers. Our guest for the ale Friday night, Jan. 21 at

Remember the sick and be baptized," will be our song morning was Rev. Adlen and the church, sponsored by the

those who are grieved over Sunday morning when we wit- A.M. Griffin, Pastor MT. CALVARYRev. his congregation of Hurst filling Workers Club, and beginning

the loss of their love ones. ness the first bpatism in our Sis. C. M. Myles, Reporter Samuel Atchison, Pastor Chapel from Perrine. He at 5:30 p.m. Rev. A.

new edifice. We invite you to Constance Carter, Reporter brought to us a message with Gallon, pastor; Louise Gallon
come and witness this service. Bible Class every Thursdayat power. The choir was majnl- reporter.

TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO The Missionary Society and 8 p.m. Ward No. 3 will sponsor a ficient. At 3 p.m. the fellow

CHURCH SUNDAY members of our church were There will be a food sale Tea at the home of Mrs. Eddie Ministers Fellowship Union

host to the City-wide Mission Saturday at the home of Sis. Lee King, Saturday night, Jan. held their meeting for the

on Sunday, Mt. Sinai receivedthe Riser, 1237 NW 63rd St.in be- 22. The address is 1231 NW month. ATTENTION

I finance and attendance half of our Men's Day Drive, 68th St. Mrs. Virginia Oantt The youth will hold their CHURCH REPORTERSChurch

banner. Solicitors for the day sponsored by Dec. A. Hormon rill be the speaker and the panel discussion Sunday at 3p.m. .

SUPPORTYOUR were Mrs.Julie Thomas RosaL. and coworkers.The public is invited.
; There will be a special news for publl.
Ferguson and Fannie F. pastor and church will The No. 2 Usherboard is program at 7 Sunday evening, cation In the currentw..k'sIllu.
Williams. worship with New Mt. Zion sponsoring a Tea, Sunday
Jan 23. mutt b. in our offlco
I Everyone is invited to attend Baptist church of Hialeah, Jan. 23 from 3:30 to 6 p.m. Mrs. C. Glenn was In Orlando no later than 7 o'clock Mon-

YMCA the tea on Jan. 30 in th1l Sunday afternoon at 3. Rev.R. The address is 1742 NW 3rd Sunday with the Laymen' day ovonlng. Publication of

church annex,from 4 to 6 p.m. C. Solomon is pastor. A Yenue. Mrs. Elsie Goldware Meeting. flaws rocolvod altar that

I Let us not forget to pray W! cordially invite you to of Mt. Coma will be the guest Pray for the sick and shut- I mo cannot bo guarant.od.THE .
for the sick and shut-ins. worship with us each Sunday. speaker. You are invited. ins.






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f. A. L. Sdpp. Pastor FEDERATION
Evelyn Souter, Reporter
ASSOCIATIONt About Talk
Male Chorus woulthank
all groups that t The monthly union of the
pated during their annl-'Ushers' Federation Asaocia- By Jimmie "Scoop" Bethel

Jon will be held Sunday, Jan !:I:: ::::::::!:::::::::::::: :::: :::::!::!::::::::: ::::: ::..........
|th Day starts tonight 23, at New Mu Calvary M. B.
Church WORLD NEWS IN BRIEF .Federal Housing Ad-
ith a musical program The 7100 NW 22nd Ave ministrator Robert Weaver gettingthe Presidential (LBJ)
Sunday rooming Mrs. A. mass meeting will be held nomination for Secretary of Deportment of Housing and I
will be the speaker. Thursday Please be night Jan. 20 at 8. Urban Development. He is the first Negro to become a
Ivening speaker will be present and
on time.
A very unique member of a President's cabinet. Dr. Weaver is a Harvard -
Liam Page. and elaborate
pastor is asking the" program has been planned for ,intellectual and is married to the former Ella Haith
church to accompanyday your enjoyment. : has a Ph.D.. and was a teacher at Brooklyn University.Dr. .
afternoon at 3 p.m. Please come! You are most Weaver was a special choice of the late John F.
Mack of Carver Ran- cordially invited. Kennedy HARYOU Act-the anti-poverty project in
Deacon Edwin Ramsey is New York is still under probe of the House Educationand
ember the sick ands president, Willie J. Beard is Labor Committee. D. A. Frank Hagan of Manhattanand
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i in your prayers.Visi reporter and Rev. W. P. Tarp. FORMER OLYMPIC MEDAL -- the Office of Economic Opportunity, federal agency
I are always welcome ley is pastor.Lory's EXECUTIVE POST WINNER RECEIVES of the Anti-Poverty War. The HARYOU Act is reportedto
1948 Olympic Medal Winner
Herbert P. be over $400,000 in debt. Livingston Wingate is executive -
Douglas Jr. (left) is
congratulated on his
director who served Adam
appointment formerly as Rep I
as Schieffelin and Co.
markets
special Clayton Powell's counsel of the House Education and
manager by Morton
Reifer, vice president of sales and
Labor committee. Chairman of the board of
Richard L. Baird agency's
(right), executive vice
is having president. In
a his new position, Douglas will work with directors feel that the confusion merit making charges.
special mar-
kets for Schieffelin's Says, we're concern about efficiency and effectiveness

wonderfulCLEARANCE l States. A veteran of 23 imports years in throughout..e beverage the United Ira Aldridge replaced Milledge Mosly as controller
he became a Schieffelin sales representative,industry in 1963, Reginald Julian is director of Business Services,

Douglas holds a master's degree in physical education a new post.
from the ********************
University of Pittsburgh where he was both
a
WORD TO THE WISE Gene Ward
track and football star. He now lives in Philadelphia. N. Y. Daily
Schieffelin and Co. are the importers and distributors of News sports writer (alarmist). His column of Jan. 11

wines and spirits including Teacher's Highland Cream carried a writeup of Cassius Clay, the king of the
heavyweights of all the world. Mr. Ward's column
Scotch Whiskey spoke
Hennessy Cognac, as well as other
SALE famous brands.CULTURAL deeply and was very concerned (being against) the
champion's Black Muslin religion Mr. Gene Ward
J PROGRAM GRACE should stick to writing sports instead of trying to give

AT MT. ZION PRESBYTERIANRev. the public the wrong impression of great Negro stars
like "Big Fullback" Jimmy Brown, Ernie Terrell
Savings vp to 50% Choir No. 2 of the Mt. Zion W. F. Savoy, Pastor (top heavy boxer) and Cassius Clay, the greatest

Baptist Church will present a Louis being the greatest old champion we ever had .
and More on cultural program, "Words of Congratulations to the All and I agreed.
Faith and Music," Sunday, youth for the very fine worship ********************
Dresses and Jan. 23 at the church. An ar- service which they conducted
SportswearALL ray of talented individualsand last Sunday morning. The NEW YORK CITY CRISIS ENDS '. The Transit
choirs have been invitedto youth will be in charge of the Authority subway trains and busses are back on the road
[ MERCHANDISE FROM REGULAR STOCK entertain you. The public is evening worship service this The TA strike came to an end Thrusday morning,
invited to this Sunday after- Sunday at 7 P.m. Jan. 13. Cost of settlement is about $65,000,000. Workers

(NATURALLY ADVERTISED FASHIONS) noon program. Come and bringa This Sunday for the mom- gained about 15'/ percent more added pay Lost
friend. Admission Free. ing and evening services, we business because of the strike amounted to about $800,
Mrs. Lillie Doles, program are asked to bring our friendsto 000,000. Many sore feet and tired bodies. All suing
chairman; C. C. Miller, presi- church, in the hope that against TWU union and Mike Quill dropped. Who suffered
will choose become
they to
the most from the strike? The very poor. Case closedon
members of the
Grace. During
e LOOK! LOOK! TA strike. for busi-
morning service, we will havea Mayor John Lindsey open new
There will be a Homecoming brief recognition ceremonyfor ness!!
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Building Fund Musical the adults who joined our
program in behalf of St. Bar- church in 1965. WHAT'S NEW OF MIAMIANS Mrs. Lottie Peekis
nabas W. M. Church. We will visiting her daughter, Mrs. Ella Jones of 180th St.
appreciate your presence and and St. Nicholas Ave. Ella is a former "Miss Booker T.

6112 NW 7th ,Ave.. donation. This program will\ YOU'LL LOVELONGHORN Washington High School."
feature No. 2 choir of New ********************
Providence Baptist Church MIAMI'S NEW YORKERS OF THE WEEK Char-
EDISON CENTER and Gospel Team. Time 3 p.m. lie (Pee Wee) Johnson and Cyril (Rat) Johnson are
Thanking you in advance, owners of a chain of eateries famously known as "Bar
Open evenings for your convenience Rev. E. A. Culmer, pastor. I be 0 Pies of America." with their headquarters in

I Brooklyn which is the borough's biggest Barbecue cafe.

Cyril and his staff operate this establishment on Fulton
: and Kingston Ave. Charles is also supervisor of the
OPEN 9 AM TO 12 PM EVERY DAY
: .::' JET 0 RU-G' 5''V Industrial Wrecking Co. and a certified licensed demoli-

: VALENTINE' DAY FEB. 14 tion engineer. Their sister, Cynthia is now marriedto
David Oliver of This is the
'( Chicago big question
J :
:: .2699 N.W., 54th CANDY, CARDS, GIFTS being asked by the many people (and fans) I run into

(NEXT, TO fl&G MARKET) Where is Stanley (Sweets) Sweeting, the "Linotype"
reporter? 8t. seems to me, according to conversationthey
regard Mr. Sweeting MR. NEWSPAPERMANof
as
PRICES GOOD THRU Sq9 06 Transistor Radio .bq Zori Miami Three cheers to Toni Daugherty of 2151

va' 28 Crugers Ave. Walter J. Weaver, president of : Holcomb
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ness This is Scoop Bethel saying, it's better to
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BYAME..ICAN Nose 88 try our Chitterlings i l i Oysters, and Fried
OREBTINOS,S Drops ( Chicken. We
i specialize in Grilled Pork Chops.

'Ie have a complete selection STOMACH DUE TO P.5. Charcoal Broiled Steaks from 6 p.m.9p.m.
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Try Alexander'sGas pure butter.

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12 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 21, 1966

RICHARDSON. RANGE. pioneer Miamian having lived
here since 1926. Survivorsare

Funeral services for Lenox Mrs. Amanda Smith of 2900 ; a son, George; two granddaughters -

( RDS l E IORI LS DEATI S Skinner, of 4975 NW 15th Ct. NW 44th St. died at Jackson Mrs. Isralience
were held Monday, Jan. 17 in Memorial Hospital, Jan. 14. Hamlin and Mrs. Shirley Young

the chapel. He is survived by 'She Is survived by four daughters and three great-grandchildren

one daughter, Mrs. Marjorie Mesdames Ola Mims, Ma- Services were held on Thurs-

CARD OF THANKS IN MEMORIAM CARD OF THANKS Campbell, one son-in-law, W. mie Smith, Annie Mae Covinton -'day. at 3:30 p.m. at Ebenezer

A. Campbell, two grandsons, and Jennie Paxton; five Methodist Church.
The family of the late In sad but loving mem- Wilbert Arthur Campbell Jr., sons, Henry Willie John, Al -
The of the late
EUGENE M. LINDSAY ory 'of our dear husttand family Eugene Campbell of Talla bert, Raymond and walter, a Floyd Rollie of 1379 NW 77

.and..:.father, __ ,. ,,,.d_, IVORY "Danny" COLAY hassee. Other relatives include brother Rnada Davis; seventeen St. died at Jackson Memorialon
wish to express their apprecia- ,wish to extend their sincere Mrs. Florence Oantt of grandchildren; two sisters Jan. 13. He is survived by

tion for the many letters, appreciation to the many Miami and a host of friends. Mesdames Rena Gardner two brothers, Ben and John.

cards,telegrams, floral pieces, LIv ;friends who shared with them and Alberta McCoy; other relatives One sister Lorraine Jenkins;

contributions and many other 'during their hours of bereave- --- and friends. Serviceswill one son, Floyd Jenkins, Jr.
acts of kindness extended Mrs. Jestina Jolly, of 240
jjment. be held on Saturday at and one daughter, Mae Fran-
during their recent bereave- |I A very special thanks to NW 11th St. died Jan. 13. She 3:00 p.m. at New Providence ces. Services were held on
the leaves to mourn, one son Mr. Church.
ment.Special Liberty City Elementary Baptist Mon. Jan. 17.
thanks to Rev. J. J. School faculty, Mrs. Mary William Jolly, two sisters,

Watson and congregation of Ford Williams, Dr. and Mrs. Mesdames Castella Cunningham Mrs. Virginia demons of Mrs. Alice Lemon of 314

St. James Baptist Church, Marshall and the Rev. Alfonso and Irene Cooper; one of 1406 NW 2nd Ave. Apt. 5 NW 17th St.,a pioneer Miamian,

the Silvertone Singers, our ,C. Mozell. daughter-in-law, Mrs. Monica passed at the Kendall Hospital died in Detroit, Mich following
lovely neighbors friends and Jolly five grandchildren and
; h on Jan. 14 She Is survivedby an extended period of illness
The and Mickins
Gipson
Bain's Funeral Home. three great grand-children.
one daughter-in-law, Mrs.
She was a member of Greater
FamiliesIN
L Funeral services will be Sat.
Ruby demons five grand
Bethel AME Church. ServicesSat.
Violet Lindsay, wife R Jan. 22, 1 p.m. from Mt. Oli- children. Services will be heldon
at 1 p.m. She will lie in
And
Family vet Baptist church. Friday January 21 at 2
MEMORIAMA p.m. repose at the church at 10 p.m.
--- at the House of Prayer. night. Survivorsare
Friday
Ar Mrs Marie Johnson of 1665 on
CARD OF THANKS garden of memories still --- husband Andrew, one
her homeon
-- _._"_. .---- linger in our hearts. In sad, NW 74th St., died at Mrs. Alice Prather of 2920 daughter, Mrs. Willie Oreer,
Jan. 17 leaving to mourn,
The family of the lateR FRED WILEY SR. but loving memory of our dear Lillian NW 68th St. died at Jackson- one brother Elymus Johnsonand
Mrs. Russell
loving daughter and sister a daughter Memorial Hospital Jan. 17. other relatives and rriends.RS .
who departed this life Jan- two sisters Mrs. Georgia Survived by her busband, Gentry -

ury 23, 1961. Foley, Mrs. Alice Mae Lewis, ; five children: Richard,
The summer rosebuds one son-in-law Mr. Morse Russell -
R \ Ann
Heinrette, Alice Janet
They blossom forth and four grand-children, two
and Marlene Prather; a mother,

But fade in memory t great grand-children and friends., other Funeral relatives Mrs. Alice Gary; eight brothers

The image of their beauty Willie Walter, Franklin, Ran-
never Change services will be Saturday, dolph, Elton, Earl James and

And may our loved one Jan. 22, 3:30 p.m. from St. Clarence Gray; two sisters;

Whose earthly cycle i J&me AME Church. Mrs. Charlotte Hopkins and .

Has ended, always live Hopkins and Miss Joyce Gray Yc jrTad. t

In the memory of our aunts, uncles, other relativesand

heart. FRANCIS. friends. Services will be
:The: FamilyIN
r Saturday at 3:30 p.m. at Mt. "ti %

Ye $ Raymond Williams of 1345 Aaron M. Baptist Church. >" ). i

MEMORIAM i NW 1st PI. died Jan. 12 at
t Jackson Memorial Hospital. Troy Fisher of 1918B NW

CHARLES F. JOHNSONwho Funeral services will be held 3rd Ct. died at :Jackson Memorial

passed away Dec. 3,1965. Saturday, Jan. 22 at 3 p.m. at Hospital on Jan. 8 Survivors
Greater Bethel AME Church are his widow Mrs.
Take this method of thanking s
the many friends for all acts with Rev. S.A. Cousin pastor, Lillie Mae Fisher; a son, gJ' a
officiating. Remains will repose Thomas Early Jr.; one grandl-
of kindness during our be-
reavement. For cars, flowers, ROSE MAE ADDERLEY in the chapel beginning daughter; one brother Lester

telegrams, and words of consolation who departed this life January 3 p.m. on Friday until 10 p.m. Fisher. Arrangements are in-
1 Remains will reposeat complete.
which helped to ease 20, 1963. Friday.
his home beginning 10:30 ----
our burden. special thanksto
A Our lives are like gardens
until funeral time Frank Evans of 553 Ave. B
Canon Church and Friday night
Cooper, And with loving care
Saturday. Survivors include a Place, Belle Glade, Florida
Choir of St. Peters A.O. Ca- The blossoms are sweeter,
Ford anda died at the Veterans Hosp. on
Vernon
niece; Mrs.
thedral, the nurse aides at The flowers are more fair.
host of friends. Wed. Jan. 12. Survived by two
Jackson Memorial Hospitaland For gardens are nourished ," BIRTH DEFECTS
Mesdames Mae
sisters Willie
the Rahmings Funeral With many kind deeds
Williams of 315 NW Young and Clora T. Glass; tw o
Home staff for courteous and
With love and affectionAnd folc MARCH OF DIMES
efficient services. May God CHARLIE"He ads"MANN AGO happiness seeds" 10th St.'Apt. 13 died Jan. 9 at sons, Marcellus and Teddy
Died January 23 1965 Jackson Memorial Hospital. Evans; one brother, Arthur
bless each and every one of Sleep on, we love you, but
services held I other relatives and friends.
you. Gone but not forgotten. Jesus loves best. Graveside were
you Friday, Jan. 21. Final rites and burial will be

Mrs. Iris Johnson Moore, The Family The held in Plains Ga. Saturday
Adderley Family
DaughterMrs. Jan. 22.
LONGHORNIfjiur !
Agnes Sands, Mother
CARD OF THANKS CARD OF THANKS IN MEMORIAMIn Mrs. Cora Hamlin) of 2000

IN MEMORI AMIn The family of the late NW 153rd St. Opa-locka died

".,...... The family of the,rat e 4 loving, ( sad but loving memory of Ii'I JAMES HARRIS dearly beloved ,husband and.
our dear aunt r' father
who passed on Jan. 13, 1966, r
MISS DAISY WRIGHTwho
takes this method to thank the

departed this life Jan.26, I many friends and neighbors, ln tIw rtnl 'ark r r

1964. for all the kind expressions oft c
"There is a land of pure de- sympathy during their time HAS PreinUrment
light. plots of 8 grave spaces or less s
bereavement.Mrs. .
ALSO Immediate single interment c
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Where all grave space
we must go some 1
day or night. Irene Harris & Famiy Boxes and vaults permitted 1c 1S S

But as you slipped out .
away
Gates open 7 days for your convenience
of sight IN
MEMORIAMIn
8001 NW46TH STREET NE
4-4197
You left a memory always de r
light." It Memory of E. Johnson Manager Hem phone: OX 19199THOUGHTFUL i
CATHRAN LONDY

Mrs. Anna L. Bailey, sister We loved her but God loved 1
her best. May she 1t
rest in
Mrs. Selma Jackson, niece t
Mrs. Edna Thomas niecej 1 peace.
Miss Selena Wilson, niece Daughters: Julia Davis, I 8I 8s
I
Rosa Major i
Mrs. Carrie B. Roper niece s
Sons: Harold Londy and : A t

Henry Londy B

CARD OF THANKS ,I, ; 0' r
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IN MEMORIAMIn pyf
DEACON DANIEL SMITH

who passed away Dec. 20, memory of our dear wife

1965, and was buried Dec.and mother, LEROY WRIGHTwho l

28, 1965, wish to express gratitude --- w.r passed away Jan. 24, a r
to the Range Funeral 1965.The t
Home, Zion Hope Baptist battle was fought and 8

Church, Rev. Paul Freeman, the victory won; servant of :

Mt. Calvary Baptist Church, God well done. ',. hr
I't Rev. S. Atchinson. From our eyes you are BEAUTIFUL SERVICES hd r

Thanks to friends and missed but in our hearts you 1
neighbors who never will be. Our and
sent cards, \ r ability desire to 7
telegrams, and floral pieces.
Your kindness will never, be Carrie Wright, wife carry out your wishes, together -

forgotten. Debra daughter with our experience, 1
Leroy Jr., son -
; mean ,a service that is 1 1a
Agusta Smith, wife Lucille Tripp, sister

Daniel Smith, Jr., son Jessie Reed, aunt' conducted with beauty and 1
,
EUGENE CARTER, SR. Mr. and Mrs. Elijah Franklin ,. 1I
who passed away at his home daughter and son-in-law. w .f understanding-to comfort.

5023 SW 23rd St., December Tyrone and Twyla Franklin -

27, 1965, wish to thank the grandchildren IN MEMORIAMI ?:
s
__
many friends and neighborswho 1
shared with us the loss IN MEMORIAMIn MRS. CATHERINE MEADOWSwho n loving memory of our' 'My Father in Heaven, helpme 1I I
dear mother, grandmother and never to forget Thy
of our loved one. Thanks for departed January 191965. love
your kind expressions of sym memory of our son and You left such a memory that sister it /looks up to me in the

pathy. Special thanks to Rich brother, will linger always with us. beauty of the floweimJofin '
RICHARD BULLARD MRS. ESTELLA FARRINGTON :
ardson Funeral Home. Central Sadly missed by: Henry So weft
who departed from this world
Baptist Church of Hollywood, Jan. 12, 1950. Peter Meadows, husband who departed this life Jan.19, .4 Oscar L.

Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church and We love you but God loves Thelma Catherine and 1959.May Range
choirs. you best. Vera, daughters she rest in peace. '

May God bles you. Kermit and Rudolph, sons Funeral Home
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MIAMI TIMES. Friday, January 21. 1966 13

FOR SALE FULL OR PART-TIME REGISTER NOW
CLASSIFIED MALE OR Little Folks Play School
ADS FEMALE
2 bedroom CBS home, plus
Licensed Day Nursery and
Dishwahers and kitchen help.
electric appliances -
huge carport, I
3290 NW 45th
Kindergarten.
WORDS OR LESS air cond.hardwood G a. Over 18 years. See manager.
15 $1.25. 50 Phones 635-5283 634-
FOR EACH St. : or
ADDITIONAL WORD. FHA terms, only $400 down Apply Holiday Cafeteria. 8288
DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS WEDNESDAY NOON payment. Seller pays closing Ills Bid. Indef. 3044.
coats. Drive by 1863 NW 88th
Terr. Then call Fenster Realty -
FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE Broker, PL 98779.

CONVENIENT TO BEACH house.3 bedroom, compl. turn, frame Page Apts. Sacrifice for good Beautiful 2 bedroom, CBS FORDHEAL
down
Rear-2
bedr. payment or cash.
turn See
built home in Washing du- home, carport, big lot. Con-
tom plex. Income owner at 233 NW
Park. Furnished. Hard Total $240 a month. 10 fum. units 63rd Street. vient to buses schools, ESTATE SPECIALS
$12,900. on city block.
__! floors, tile roof, move in Adjoining lot. Also etc. Qu let area. PEA ,
2 bedr.
and rent while being quali- CBS house. $12,500. 3 duplexes 6235 NW 2 Owner pays closing terms'1
All in Ave.
will handle. Owner good condition.
(do $100 Owner Small down
3-3304. 572 NW 51st St. Ph. 754- Indef.) on this one now.payment.Fenster Realty I BUY A HOUSE TODAY!
9450.
"CARVER-RANCHES! .- Clothing., Used. 25* per piece. Broker, PL 98779. 1710 NW 66th St $450 down. 3 bedroom,

est Hollywood, just east of No Qualifying-Move Right In 1247 NW 102 St. 1 CBS home .. Move right In.
S. 441. '3 bedrooms, 2 full 4 bedroom,2 bath, CBS, on NW
(ths, Fla room, separate ding -, 45th St. Fla room, carport, This beautiful 3 bedroom CBS i
and living room. Move right jalouise windows. A bargain home offered the first time in FOR RENTA 774 NW 70th St 5 bedroom house.$300down,

and buy like rent. JA 3. at $11,000 with $1.000 down market at reduced price. Completely two bedroom house furn. large CBS home large lot.
41. Owner ,FR 3-3304. and $87 month pays all. Life furn.corner lot with separate $18.50 week. 4110 NW 15th ,
Realty, Broker, 4932 NW 7th garage. All fenced-in. Ave. Phone 757-6887. .
Miami. 6601 SW 62 Ct..Ave. PL 94371. Open Sunday Terms can be arranged. Don't 1845 NW 49th St Large house. $250 down.
[9.000 total.$200 down. Fresh< and eves. fail to come out Sunday. 'Open A nice lady to share a two
painted. Big 100xl25' lot. 1-5 p.m. and our salesman will bedroom turn house. 634-3058.
rier: 3733304. No Closing Costs show you around location of 2080 NW 85th St. $250 down, $60 month.

Large, spotless 3 bedroom property. 98 NW 52nd St. Fen- Nice clean 1 bedroom furn. CBS home new roof newly painted.
Down CBS home in heart ster Realty, Broker PL ,
$300 of Manor Park. 9- apt. Nice quiet place, 6306
339 NW 39th Street Encl. front porch divided to 8779. NW 15th Ave. FR 1-9797 or
Owner 7588749 make 4th bedr. A bargain at NE 41886. Ask for Kelly. 1420 NW 39th St $300 Down. $75 month.
$8,650 with $350 down and no Nice 2 story, 4 one bedroomapt. Jan. 28

168 NW 47th Street closing costs. Life Realty, Good income property --
Move Right In Broker, 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL separate entrance for each Nice room in private home. 2355 NW 86th Terr $300 Down.
E-Z Terms 9-4371. Open SundaysNo apt. completely furn. Drive by 1435 NW 67th St. 6964044.
1723 NW 43rd St. Then call
-Owner-- PL 8-8749 Qualifying-Move Right In Fenster Realty, Broker, PL One bedroom furn. apt. free 1925 NW 81st St $300 Down, move right in.

Lovely 3 bedroom CBS in AI- 98779. lights and water. 6359089.
2050 NW 96th Street lappatah. Fla room, front and 1868 NW 55th Terr. OPEN EVERY DAY
Like New $300 Down rear porch, appliances, beau- Income Property. One 2 bed-
Owner7588749 tiful fenced yard. A bargain room CBS home, plus 2 unit Room in private home for a .
at $12,200 with $1,500 down house in rear. Near buses and nice quiet gentleman. Tele-
8931 and 9001 NW 16th Ave. and $90 month pays all. Life school. Reasonable offer will phone 6349654. FORD REALTYINC Broker
2 and 3 bedroom houses side Realty, Broker, 4932 NW 7th be considered. Drive by 670
by side tile roof, carport, Avenue. PL 9-4371. Open NW 44th St. Then call Fen Unfurrt. 2 bedroom duplex. 3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635-4595
garage, well sprinklers, FHA eves and Sundays. ster 8779. Realty, Broker, PL 9- Kitchen has stove & refrig. -
price and terms. Open 11 to -- not and cold water. Outdoor
3 Sunday. Mortis Shalomith, $250 Down dining patio. Suitable for doc- ,.
2 bedroom CBS, Fha only
Broker, 7543535. Spotless three bedroom CBS tor or dentist. Rent $90 monthor
with carport, tile roof, oak $11,000Small monthly pay- $22.50 per week. 2750 NW
----' floors, fenced yard for the ment. Good location, near 60th St. Owner OX 6-2392.
7025 NW 28th Avenue children. $13,000 FHA terms. schools and buses. Nice home .LES ,:THAN:'ENTf ,
Like New, 3 Bedroom
Drive by 4512NW 21 Ave. Then
If will Prefer
No closing costs. you Room in private home.
Move Right In work with us, we will work call Fenster Realty, Broker gentleman. Phone 6330604.or $100 DOWN $75 MONTH PAYS ALL

Owner Must- 758-8749 See Inc.with 9635 you. NW Biscayne 22nd Realty Ave.OX,. PL 9-8779. 758-9717. 2 Bedroom, 1 Bath, No Qualifying, Near 7th

The first time offered at FHA Ave. )
1-0262. Open eves and Sun private home has room in :
3 terms. Beautiful 2 bedroom DREAMHoE-
Bedrooms days. Liberty City area. Phone PL
2 baths, realy lovely home, CBS carport and many extras. 88128. bedroom
I I
bit with lots of privacy. Near- MANOR PARK Hardwood floors. Drive by 2 1 bath, Fla room, CBS, garage,

Edison School. $450 down. No qualifying, owner must 1892 NW 83rd Terr., Then fenced, nicely landscaped.LOW .
FHA terms. See today. A. sell, submit your offer. 4 bedroom call Fenster Realty, Broker, House. Completely fum. Good DOWN PAYMENT FHA
Ben-Karl Realtor, 612 NW 2 bath with 2-car garage, PL 9-8779. surroundings. One large bed-
bOth\ St. anytime 751-2243. CBS with huge front porch and --bedroom- bath beau. room. 2370 NW 59th St. Apply DRIVE BY .
New
3 2 ,
full dining room. Biscayne at 1058 NW 39th St. Phone
Ill NW 67 STREET
ty "Model Home" by Genie
Realty, Inc. OX0262.. NE 5-8915.
Homes. Now for sale. No qualifying 771 NW 43 STREET
Home Income move right in. On
home. 1081
1300 Down $9,000 Total FHA terms WE, no HAVE closing costs 50x142 lot. So many extras. NW Room 61st in St.private Phone PL 84641. 2 3edroom and 1 Bedroom Apts for Rent.

Owner 758-8749 with $450 down paymentsfour Reasonable down payment. $22 and $25 week
-- Call us to show. Fenster
bedrooms, and two baths, air Realty, Broker, PL 9-8779. OPEN 9 AM TO 1 PM MON. FRI.
with
condition CBS separateFla
2466 NW 91st Street If work with us
room. you Trio
CBS Huge Lot (, Realty
we'll work with you. Biscayne "

Owner$300- Down 758-8749 NW Realty 22, Inc.Ave.OX Open 1-0262.eveningsand 9635 L': :: ': list lif :to r:" Ttwi ; A<,:T;; 801 N.W. 54 St.

--- Sundays.

No Qualifying-Move Right In $6500 PASS BY CALL SHELL TO SEE PL 9-8372 PL 9-0132

Neat 2 bedroom home at 1728 neat CBS 3 bedroom W 4 bath Fla
NW CBS housenot fancybut 9201 NW 20th Ave ,
Porch 43rd st. Enclosed front and clean in very convienent room, carport, $400 down, $75 month. S
carport, appliances. location. Low price. Low mon-
$250 down and $85 month
pays all. Key at Life Realty, thly payment-you Inc.name Broker it. 2365 NW 90th St CBS, 3 bedroom, 2 both, Flo room,

Broker 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL4371.0pen Biscayne Realty, OX 1-0262. end. porch, dining room, 2-car garage, $14,050
: 9635 NW 22 Ave.
! evenings and Sundays FHA. $.450 down. EDISON SpecialsOPEN

REAL ESTATE SALESMAN
No----- Unlimited floortime in active 2325 NW 90th St. CBS, 3 bedroom, utility room, carport
Brand Qualifying-Move Right In office. Best listing commis fruit trees. $350 down. $67 month.
new 3 bedroom, 2 bath, sions. Biscayne Realty, Inc. AFTER 1 P.M. SUNDAY
CBS, carport terrazzo floors
large modern kitchen, colored, 9635 NW 22 Ave. OX 10262. 8375 NW 15th Ave CBS, 3 bedroom, utility room, 1938 NW89TH TERRACE

fixtures in both bathrooms, HOMES fenced, $200 down. $60 month. houses.
BRAND NEW 2 CBS $13,000 toto I. $400 down. FHA. No
lot.awning windows extra large 3 bedrooms 2 baths, also 4 closing costs. Nice comer lot. City water.
A
bargain at $15,500 with bedroom 2 baths, Neither 1810 NW 93rd Tern CBS, 2 bedroom, Fla room,garage,
M.OOO down and $115 month home has ever been lived in. $12,000 FHA. $400 down.
pays all. Must be seen! Keysat See these 2 beauties at 1440 OPEN AFTER 1 P.M. SUNDAY

NW Life Realty, Broker, 4932 NE 152nd Terr. Only $300 NO QUALIFYING ON THE FOLLOWNG 546 NW 60TH STREET
7th
Ave. PL 94371.No qualified buyer. No
down to $120 per mo. Newly deocrated in and out. Large CBS hone, carport.
- closing costs.
all. Call 238-4023 for information 1401 NW 83rd St CBS, 5 bedroom, 2 bath appliances, Extra building. No qualifying. $12,500 total.
Closing Costs pays or better yet, come RC air cond., fenced, $14,900 total. Reasonabledown.
Lovely corner CBS, 2 bed- ********************
ooira, 2 baths, carport red out and see them. .
tile' roof, jalousie windows, Indef.) DRIVE BY THESE THEN CALL EDISON
"f conditioner, range. House 1790 NW 94th St Doll house, 1 bedroom, dining room,
IS spotless and 2nd bedroo m Repossed Bargain!! 1849 NW appliances, many extras. Only $60 month. $600 1760 NW 46th St.Only $7500 total price. Parity furn.
has its own outside door. 152nd St. Oak floors Fla room., down. $5,400 total. 2 bedroom, take some cash.
Price is $".000 with $350 3 bedrooms no qualifying.Move
down and $63 month. at right in. Call JE 16902.
Lire Realty, Broker, 4932'Key NVk 4420 NW 22nd Ct2 houses and 2 extra lots. 299 NW 43rd St. Comer, 2 bedroom, CBS, garage,

7th Ave. PL 1).4371. 2 furn. CBS homes on 1 lot 3 bedroom, dining room, carport. Rear house, $11,500 totol.

for $400 down and $69 month. 1 bedroom, completely furn. Only $10,500reo

Bunche Park Bargain FHA. 758-1555. 8115-8117 NW sonablt down. 431 NW 58th St. CBS, Duplex, $12,500 total. (less

Lovely 3 bedroom CBS, freshly 13th Ave. than FHA value ) tile baths, $400 down.No closing cts.

awning Painted inside and out, 2Bedroom CBS 1177 NW 37th St CBS, 2 bedroom, 2 bath Fla roofl",

IS93S Bunche windows, Park large West lot. Total price $7,500. Here is a dining room, utility room, completely (urn. 8000 NW 12th Ct. Beautiful CBS, duplex, 2 bedroom

Drive. Price only 9000. $300 bargain if you ever saw one. Price $9,000, $700 down, $75 month. each side. Excellent price and terms.
Mr.
Call
down and $48 month, FHA. 16461 NW 19th Ct.
Seller will pay your closing Chris, MU 8-6638. Nites realtor.MU WE HAVE MANY OTHERS WE ARE OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
c osts. Key at Life Realty, 17740. R. M. Brooks ONLY $100 DOWN ON ALL FHA HOMES
Broker, 4932 --- PERSOHSSHELLREALTYIIU BEING DISPLACED? $100 DOWN
NW 7th Ave. 3 bedr. FOR VETS AND SISPLACED
L down.Brand new ARE YOU VETERAN DOWN
, 94371. Open evenings, $495 NW 51st Ter $100
>undays. 2 baths rms. 1930(
in.
qualifying move right
No Call immediately. 2352958. EDISON REALTY Realtors
PLANTS FOR SALE ,
home that has .
me the luxury
and
see plants of all See

475 lnds NW at Liberty 67th St.City Call Garden 691- everything at for 1147 the NW discriminatebuyer 46th Sun 1-5 St. 42'0) NW 7th ,A v.., 75B55t; 175 N.W. 62nd St 7512441THE

85. Alonzo Kelly. Open for inspection
Jan.21. p.m. Ph. JE 16902.



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14 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday January 21, 1966

QOQOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 8 Mla.lans 01


teen's > ':,if.k 4 isJv FAMU Honor Roll

'u k Among 152 students on the hassce;Nancy Simmoen Gain-

: : ; pot ounvBy honor" roll for the first trimester sville; Ida Houston Tallahassee

,, 1965-66 at Florida A&M ; Geraldine Michael,
'" '
>, ,,,< University 'are 12 seniors and Jacksonville; Brenda Ray, Ft.
BttktBtbo E.'Dtoa f'. four graduate and special stu- LauderdaleShirley Sanchez, k t 1 #
/ I \, r Jv dents with acumulative averages Tallahassee; and Joyce Ste-

-AA-A. ---A of 4.00 or a perfect A". ney Jacksonville.
...r_'''''I'/tH_
Miamians on the honor

How do you spend most 'of your time? Of course Seniors making the coveted roll include: John Collins,

your answer may vary according to your likes and dis- 4.00 average include: Frances 3.75; Lassie Graham, 3.50;

likes. However if you find that you have extra time, Artimus, Jacksonville, Al- Frankie Swain 3.73 Charles r
berta Brown, Ft. Myers; Ca- Sweeting, 3.50; Albertha Williams -
one important way to spend your time is doing volun-
roline
Brown Plymouth; Grace 3.75 Alvin Williams
teer work. When you volunteer your time helping some Brown, Jacksonville; Chamberlain 3.33; Arthur Mathis, 3.80; Herman -

organization which supports less fortunate people your Ferguson Sekondi, Jackson, 3.42; and Mona

are not only occupying time that could have been wast- Ghana; Ralph Hoffman Talla- Bethel 3.53.SOUTH .

ed; but, also spending your time wisely supporting a

worthwhile cause. You can look back and be proud of

yourself that the few minutes DADE NEWS
knowing you gave helped .. .. 1y ,
.
another. . ., ..... .... .. By M,.. Such Williams 1
Most of us are in school and have no jobs so when .
.. .. \ The women of St. Paul Missionary
others come around soliciting, we find it difficult to Baptist church, 344 1The

support them, since we have no money. However, if we I SW 4th St., Homestead will 'tl 4 x

have volunteered our time serving these organizations, ), observe ,their annual Women's

we have still given support. The work that we have Day Sunday. Jan. 23. Everyone -
'
done, would have otherwise been paid for, if there was ': ..r is invited to attend the I M __ 1. d..... --

no one to volunteer to do it. '.., ..... morning and evening pogram.Let's PTA of Allapattah Pictured above are officersof

January is March of Dimes Month. Many people help the women affair.to make Junior High School will hold the PTA. Left to right:
this successful
a its meeting Wednesday Newbold. president
monthly Stanley ;
will be joining solicitors to help in getting donationsfor
Jan. 26 at 7:45 p.m. Pa- Mrs. Flossie H. Dingo princi-
this important cause. Students will participate in Members of the Teenage rents are:needed in our PTA. pal; Miss Herdisene Griffin

marches on the homes against birth defects. Why riot Commission of St. Paul Mis- Our PTA needs you because president of Student Council;

donate your time; and, money, too, if you have it. Cecelta Ann Law ci; sionary Baptist Church, Homestead there is work to be done for Harry W. Miller assU Prin.

If for some reasons you are not able to participatein who won first place In the will sponsor a bazaar children and youth-work that adm.; Mrs.Lillie Mae Cunningham -

these marches, or not able to contribute, you are Booker T. Washington High Sunday sale Jan.will be 22.cakes On displayfor pies will not wait. It doesn't takea sec'y-treas.; Mrs. Docia

still important in helping to make these campaigns suc- School science fair and is holders covered child long to grow up. Howell guest speaker and
,
pot
aprons
state president of Future president of Dade County
cessful. You may encourage your parents and neigh- hangers, napkins holders and
Teachers of America as wellas America's children dependon Council of PTA's; Miss MaryE.
bors to make donations. You may have a better influ- many others-all made by the
Harris vice of Stu-
Booket T. chapter president you. Give them an inspiring pres.
ence on your family or neighbors than the solicitor, hob redeted'1 a'*'rrieiit, youths. example of your strong and dent Council ; Lemmie Deli-

who is completely strange to them. award from the Dairy Councilof -n 1 steadfast interest in their ford, vice president.

Of course you are not being paid for your work. Dtnith Florida. welfare by joining our PTA. Come out on Wednesdayand

Isn't it wonderful to know that the work you have done The daughter of Mr. and Along with the PTA membersthe see what your child is

will help someone to better their education, or to en- Mrs. Frank Johnson 1186 NW public is invite doing.
38th St., is a member of the
joy the other activities that you enjoy. v
Thespian Troupe, the Athletic .t
Teenagers have been greatly critized. The adultsof Association. will' appear in JAMES E. SCOTTRECREATION Dashes 50 yards time 7.2

our community are always prepared to see the bad the major production of the James Sampson, first 7.8John

things that are done, but not once are they willing to year, "Earth and Stars" is / NEWSThe (Green second 8.0; Jerry Simmons -

look at the good things. When students attempt to spend on the scholastic honor roll, ffl.i } activities for this week third.

their time doing valuable deeds, or when they receive and is secretary of the Sunday JI ''Ii;/.i;; : ilf at Scott Housing were centered High Jump Irie Jones 4

awards for some special services, they should be com- School at Mt. Olivette Baptist '(" : 1 1I around basketball track and feet 1 in.; James Sampson, 3
Church. field, ,tetherball table games feet 10 in.; Eugene Fox 3
This
plimented. is the time that they can be encouragedto I
She served two years as and activities for junior and feet 8 in.The .
continue in the things in which you like to see them president of the Junior Ush- senior girls. The results of all Teen Boys Basketball

participate. When adults sit back and criticize studentsand ers and last summer was run- The late Ulysses S. Brown the contests, tournaments and League consists of eight

never praise them, they lose interest in these acti- ner-up in the Atlantic Coast departed this life Jan. 3, at special events were as fol- teams and the top four are as

vities. Baptist Association conven- the state hospital. He leaves lows: folows:

tion oratory co toat. She is a to mourn his wife Mrs. Mettle First and Wnd Grade Girls The Hawks lead the league

CARVER YMCA NEWS Volunteer workers are invitedto 'member of the Junior Heart Brown, six daughters and thre e Tetherball Tournament winnerswere by one game. Willie Turner and
call in and offer their ser- Association of Greater Miami. sons and friends. He is gone Trenise Davos first Dwight West are the leading

ANNUAL CAMPAIGN FOR vices or stop by the office between but not forgotten. Mrs. Brown place; Karen Sampson second; scorers wraith an average of

MEMBERSHIP SET the hours of 9 a.m. and wish to thank the Peoples Kimberlyn Bannerman third. 20 points per game.

The 0. W. Carver Branch 10 p.m. daily. I Funeral Home and the other There was competitive action The Hustlers are secondin
YMCA has scheduled its 1966 Carver friends who attended. She also when Mr. Smith, leader for the league. The leading

Member Enrollment\ Campaignto I wish to thank the Rev. G. the Third and Fourth Grade scorers are Samuel Bennett,
run in conjunction with tb/(YOUTH COUNCIL FORMEDThe Ranches B. Baker pastor and the boys and Mr. Gordon, leaderfor 32 points per game; Bobby

city wide effort between Feb. Youth Clubs meetingat Rev. O. W. Weddell officiating.The the First and Second Grade Reed. 22; Lester West. 22.
and March 14. This has been the Carver YMCA have funeral was held in Mari- boys had their track and field The Raiders are third. The

the regular schedule of the formed a representative coun- News anna. meet and the result was tro- leading scorers are Raymond

branch, but last year the drive cil for the coordination eval- I jiendous, with Mr. Smith, 58 Beason 18 'points per game;
was held at a later date, uation and scheduling of L.-&y Wolur Bows Friday night, Jan. 21, at 8, points and Mr. Gordon 35. The Ray Mathis, 20 points.

awaiting the arrival of an exec- Youth activities including The members of Mt. Zion at the Mt. Mod ah Baptist events and winners were: The Spoilers are fourth
utive secretary. competitive sport, recreationaa AME Church would like to Church there will be a musical 25-yard dash-Norman Bentley with the leading scorers being

This year's drive will also social events, cultural affairs thank Mr. and Mrs. Lee for the program for 'he Women Home 3rd grade first place; Willis Bamswell 18; Luther

be headed by Alex W. Brooks and fund raising activities. program sponsored by them. Mission. we are expectingyou Donald Simmons, 3rd grade Jordan 26.

who set a new record of accomplishment Miss Marilyn J. Sw eting has This program was given in to attend. Mrs. Ceola Bru- second grade; Glen Sharpe, The leading scorer in the
last year. Brooks volunteered her services as behalf of our pastor, Rev. W., ton, president.Mrs. 2nd grade third. whole league is Samuel Ben-
adult advisor to the council. C. Grant. dash-Charles McIntosh -
will be assisted by Earl J. 50-yard nett with an average of 32
Club representatives are Mary Choir No. One would like to .Mae Bell Bolher wishesto
4th first Norman points
grade
,
Carroll, Sonny Wright Cleveland ; per game.
Turner and Mrs. Clora McSwain and Alfada Barry, invite everyone to a musicaltea thank each and everyonefor Bentley, 3rd grade second Results of the Area Free
Ducketts Club. Gale Glass Sunday Jan. 23. Thankingyou condolences, telegramsand
,
Pearsall as Wagon Masoers in ; Glen Sharpe, 2nd grade Throw Shooting are 5th and
and Claretha Brownley. in advance for your pres- food at the time of her be -
the Round-up Theme. Carver third. 6th grade boys First place,
reavement of her husband
ence. Mr.
will have four Wagons headed 220 realy-First place team, Douglas Cammon, 19 shots out
Dipozettes Club, Mamie .......... Lee Bolher on Dec. 18, 1965.
west with H coal of 800 mem- Donald Simmons, Charles McIntosh of 25; 2nd place. James Samp-
> Butts and Rita Reddich, Es- You are invited to attend Many thanks to the House of
bers and 10.000.i Norman Bentley Gerald son 7 out of 25; 3rd place,
quirettes Club. Curtis Ford the second anniversary of Albert and staff.
Mr. Brooks is soliciting the Ha fis. Second place team. Ronald Love. 6 out of 25.
and Ronald Thomas the Jay Rev. B. L. Mack Sunday, Jan.
cooperation of churches, so- Glen Sharpe Michael Fox Junior High Boys: 1st place
Tee Club and Vincent Hep 23 at New Macedonia Baptist The 15th annual Women's
cial clubs churches fraternal Carlton Fisher Willis of
Reginald Bamswell 25 out
Church 2201 SW 48th Ave. at Day program at the Sweetfield
organizations, business and burn and Jonas Turner, the Cherry. 50 2nd. Solomon Edwards 24
3 p.m. Rev. Shipp and congregation Baptist Church was held Sun-
individuals in achieving the Esquire Club of 1966. will be i'l charge ac- day, Jan. 16. The theme was High Jump-Charles McIntosh out of 50; Tony Panes 24 out
goal which is necessary for The council I has scheduled' companied by Elder W. M. "Unshamed Women in God's: 4th grade, first; Glen of 50.

the fulfillment of Carver's weekly meetings until organi Mack and his congregation. Kingdom." the morning speaker Sharpe, 2nd grade second; Senior High Boys: Ray
role in serving the community zation is complete. rrrrrrrrrr was Sis. Rose Turner. Her- Donald Simmons 3rd grade Mathis. 32 out of 50 Charles

Comrade Charles Hart is theme was "See where we third.Long Brown, 30; Raymond Beason,
iiJIiIII RIIH iUflhl IUUUUUInIllUnUalunuuIllIII1nIn11f1UluUUUNITED Home form the hospital after a stand with God." The even- Jump-Glen Sharpe, 27.
minor operation. He seems to ing speaker was Mrs. Luvenia fisrt; Norman Sharpe second The senior girls had their

EDUCATORSLIFE be doing well. He is the past Knox. Sunday night was a turn Donald Simmons third. presentation of drama an the
adjutant of Post 8195 VFW. out for die youth. The speakerwas 100-yard r lay Norman participants were Linda Bent-
Bentley, Charles Mclnyosh. Allie. Valentine,
ley, poem;
San ra Stringer. Miss Car-
INSURANCE COMPANYOF rie Mae Frieson extended the 440 relay First place speech; Josephine Rahmi nl ,

invitation for joiners. The devotion team: Donald Simmons, Norman poem, Marian Brown and Betty

FLORIDA ATTENDACE was lead by Dassie Bell Bentley Charles McIntosh Ann Futford. pantomime.
Gordon Pinder.
Harris and Patricia Ballard. Miss Grady reporter
ASSEMBLYThe Second team: Glen Sharpe

ENLIGHTENED PROTECTION( FOR EVERYONE Brownsville Junior Mrs. Alma Williams left for Carlton Fisher Michael Fox,

EXCELLENTOPPORTUNITY TO OWN 'INSURANCE High School Squad on Atten- Quitman, Georgia to visit her Herbert Duggins.

UNDER, BEST POSSIBLE CIRCUMSTANCES.JOHN dance sponsored, student its first organization assembly sick father. 5th and 6th grade girls Nok

Hockey Tournament: Delores CENTERVILUKINDERGARTEN
program on Thursday, Jan.
B. ORR JR., PRESIDENT 13. Three assembly programs, Thompson first place; Bernice
Lynes, second Sadie
one at 9:45 a.m., 10:45 a.m. crime. They also presented a third. Duggins 5861 N.W.11TH AVENUE
(Wf ore Interviewing experienced (life (insurance salesmen and 12:15 p.m., were presented short film in keeping with the
and idles txecuHvu. Great opportunities} Oyo;l. to accomodate the total theme of encouraging stu- Track 5th results and 6th grade Boys CERTIFIED PERSONNEL
: Relay first
'/ritt Sr. Vice PftiSJmt.) student body. dents to become HOT LUNCHES
able IItW. Joy Aet, Sheriff T. A. Buchananand citizens. worthwhile place winners, 100 yard time

Detectives Serenson and This 12.3; James Sampson Keith PICK-UP SERVICE
planned and
UNITED EDUCATORS LIFE INSURANCE Narrow of the local Police developed program by the students Dais Roberson., Gregory Love, Eugene REGISTER NOW

COMPANY OF FLORIDAPO Department spoke to the stu- under the sponsorship of Miss 100 691-7796 OR 696-3802
yards time
,
dents on the importance of 12.4. sec-
Box 305 Edison Center Station Miami, Florida education, attendance, juvenl Florence Griffin, was a great ond place winners: Harold
Sup.
success and an inspirationto Mrs. R. E. Copeland,
ile Sampson, Eugene Fox Iris
IUIIfHill 1II111111111111111111111111111111111 delinquency and general the student body.
Jones Jerry Simmons.



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and leaders in the field of sports will get the
I red carpet treatment in Atlanta-"City of Pride and >
',QY.HARfcV'SPEAR Promise," come January 20-21 and the 31st Annual d
I All-Sports Jamboree of The 100% Wrong Club, a project BY LEO ARMBRISTER' ,Over
of the Atlanta Daily World.
( BEAUTIFUL HIALEAH REOPENS WITH A BANG NFL commissioner, Pete Rozelle, New York City.
has been named the 1965 recipient of "The Pioneer Miami's gift to the professional football world, the
Hialeah Park Superintendent Angelo Testa esti- Award" and will address Club's awards dinner Friday, Miami Dolphins, is fast gaining the status of a well
jnates that one race, horse covering the track's mile evening, Jan. 21, at Atlanta's new Marriott Hotel. Two rounded team. This past week saw the addition of several -
Infield turf course digs 848 divots. That means around stars from The University of Missouri-Charley Brown top notch players to the' roster, and from what is
L o goo for a field of a dozen or more. And all must be halfback, Jefferson City, Mo., and fullback Carl "Bull"publicized, no stops are bein g observed to make the
(eplaced by hand In leading the money-winning Reese, Springfield, Mo., will receive "The Two Friends Dolphins a big splash in the pro-pool of the American
tables at Hialeah 11 times since 1946-four times in Award," compan ion-citation noting inter-group coopers Football League.It .
row twice-Calumet Farm collected a total of tion on the field of play. is gratifying to note that the Dolphins manage-
a$1,571,863 in purses.It's banner year was 1958 when it The "pioneer" and "friends" awards were inaugu- ment did not get carried away with the acquisition of a
won $251,450 In marching in the parade of nine rated by The 100% Wrong Club in 1956 in memory of the franchsie that they were neglectful about putting together
[champions opening day at Hialeah, Kelso was takinga late A. F. Herndon, pioneer Atlanta businessman and a team that can and will play football, which
| customary star role. The five-time Horse of the Year ex-slave who founded the Atlanta Life Insurance Como- basically, is the mainstay of the whole operation.

(was nonored guest at a "Breakfast with Kelso" at Hialeah any, one of the leading Negro-owned Insurance firms in
three seasons ago .. When Kelso led Hialeah's the nation. Baseball's late Branch Rickey was the MIKE GARRET SIGNS WITH CHIEFS FOR $450.000

{fabulous "Parade of Champions" between races at first "pioneer," while Jackie Robinson and "PeeWee" Heisman Trophy winner Mike Garret, University of
Hialeah Park's 1966 opening, it wasn't just becausehe's Reese were honored as the "friends" in the inaugural San Francisco star halfback proved as fast with a pen
been Horse of the Year five times and is the year. as he is with a football, as he signed a contract for
world's money-winning champion. He also was honoredas SAYERS, AARON BEST-0-THE-YEAR $450,000 to play professional football with the Kansas

the "grand ole man" of the procession at a still- Gale Sayers, the record-breaking rookie halfbackof City Chiefs of the American Football League. The sum
active age nine -compared to such youthful champions the Chicago Bears, and Hank Aaron, outstanding out- included $300,000 in bonus and $150,000 in a five year
as3-year-olds Buckpasser and Moccasin Moccasin, fielder of the Atlanta Braves, will be in Atlanta to ac- no-cut contract.
champion 2-year-old filly of 1965 now at Hialeah, holdsan cept the best-of-the-year nods in recognition of their
even greater distinction. She was voted 1965 horseof achievements in professional football and baseball. The CLAY FIGHTER OF THE YEAR, TAKES LOUISIN

the Year in two nationwide polls-the youngest two sports luminaries will receive Gulf Oil Corp.sponsored CAMP
thoroughbred ever to receive racing's top honor citations at an Awards Breakfast to be held at Cassius Clay, in accepting the Fighter of the Year
Hialeah Park, Florida's pioneer race track, is now con- the Marriott on Friday morning, January 21. Membersof Award in New York' Sunday night, made the announce-
ducting its 39th and richest meeting. The flamingotrack the All-Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference ment that Doug Jones definitely held the inside track
opened in 1925 but was closed in 1928 and twice football team will be cit ed at the breakfast to be attended over Ernie Terrell towards a chance at his heavyweight
during World War 11-1943 and 1945. Auto bumper by high school and college athletes from the At-
stripes and lapel buttons have further livened the red- lanta area.TENNESSEE. crown.Clays contingent of Black Muslins bodyguards who

hot "Buckpasser vs. Graustark" horse racing argumentat usually accompany him on such jaunts were conspic-
Park. strips are in the stable colors: STATE TIGERS GET SCOTT TROPHYThe
Hialeah Bumper
iously absent; but present ,was former champ Joe Louis
black Phipps) for I Like Buckpasser W. A. Scott II Memorial Trophy, sponsored by
cherry on (Ogden for whom, Clay said, he was happy to see has finally
and fawn on brown John Gailbreath) for "I Like the Coca-Cola Company, goes to the John Merritt- connected to a winning side, because he certainly de-
coached Tigers of Tennessee State Univeristy, Nash-
Graustark. serves being with a winner, recalling the many times
ville, in recognition of their having been named the Louis had shone so lightly in that department. Louis)

1965 intercollegiate football champions among Negro had:! been in the corner of Clay's most recent opponents,
PROTECT YOUR FURNITURE college. The Scott Trophy honors the memory of the Patterson and Liston.
WITHOUT HIDING ITS BEAUTYI memory of 'the founder of the Atlanta Dailt World, first Clay, a good fighter in his own right, should be
CUSTOM MADE successful Negro-owned daily newspaper in The United harder to beat if he is able to apply some of the savvy
PLASTIC FURNITURE States. Mr. Scott was an All-American quarterback at Louis cangive in the ring and out.
Atlan ta's Morehouse College in the late 1930's.Mr. .
SLIP COVERS Merritt has been named a coach for 1965 and JIM BROWN IN WITH CASSIUS CLAY IN
.. e'TSTU"U.I CIIAINIArr c will receive the football edition of the Club's "Ralph PROMOTIONAL VENTUREA

..Ml IONS ISIITAKT LASTING Robinson Memorial Plaque," given to coaches-of-the- new four-way promotional boxing combine born
StfAIANTIIDMMUft.WILT year in memory of Mr. Robinson, late Atlanta scout ex- last week links world heavyweight champion Cassius
IlIU- ecutive and former coach at Clark College. Other (Mohammad Ali) Clay and football great Jimmy Brown
IMP Ml .,. coaches to receive citations are William C. Lucas and television producer Mike Meli tz. Called Main Bout,
SATISIALIAIYNINUr PI" ISYlM"TlS basketball, Central State University, Wilberforce, Ohio,, Inc., the promotional firm has as its principal officers,
AII limn tUIHIWrt imii SPECIALIZING CALl Richard Hill, track, Southern University and Clark Col- Clay, Herbert Muhammad, son of Elijah Muhammad, as
nR nrnN/ IN PLASTIC COVERS DAY NIGHT Oil lege's Leonidas S. Epps, who will be recognized as the president; Melitz and Brown, vice preisdent.
EXCLUSIVELY SUP "most versatile" coach of the year.

house Gretchen wi rHONl750JI "WELCOME FALCONS," PRO FOOTBALL TEAM

According to Dr. A. L. Thompson, Club president, Top Golfers Getting
Formerly Gretchen-Nicholas Plastic Cover a highpoint of the Jamboree dinner will be a "Welcome"to

the Atlanta Falcons, the Ran kin Smith-owned, newest
entry in the National Football League. Mr. Smith, his Ready for Norfh-
Falcon staff and team members will be guests of honorat
MEN WOMEN the Jamboree dinner-event. Mayor Allen Jr., ArthurL.

Montgomery, Coco-Cola executive and chairman, South/ TourneyCleveland
SUCCESS ,thru KNOWLEDGE Atlanta-Fulton, editor-general manager, Atlanta Daily
World, will welcome the thousand or more persons ex-
WE THOROUGHLY TRAIN YOU FOR HIGHER Brown fullback Althea Gibson, professional
.
attend the
pected to stagevent.Dr. Jimmy Brown has let it be star from New York.
PAYING JOBS IN INDUSTRY. CIVIL SERVICE Borders of Atlanta's
William Holmes pastor known that he will be anong The tournament is sponsored
AND BUSINESSIBM historic Wheat Street Baptist Church, will be toastmaster top-name sports figures teeing by the North-South Golf
for the occasion, Charles W. Adams, vice president, off in the 13th annual North- Committee and subsidized by
Machine Training Machine Training the Coca-Cola Company, Charles W. Greene, director of South Golf Tournament at the the City of Miami.Sherman.
Computer Programming IBM Data Processing and City of Miami Country Club
Data Processing! IBM Kay Punch public relations, Atlanta Life Insurance Company,
Accounting Executive Secretary Milton Farris, Gulf Oil Corp. vice president, will speakin Feb. 24-27.
Business Admin Secretory Dr. Borders and Voted the National Football -
Medical behalf of the Club's co-sponsors.
Drafting Legal Secretory Dr. B. E. Mays, president, Morehouse College, will be League's most valuable Hotelwall
Mechanic Court Reporting player for 1965, Brown, also
of the Club.
members
Air Conditioning Business Courses named honorary noted for his low-handicap
Refrigeration BookkeepingAccounting Head football coach Oree Banks, South Carolina golf game, will be trying to to wall carpeting,
Heating State College, who placed six players on the conference wrest the event's amateur title telephone' and private bath
Vague Charm football team, has been selected All-Siac Coach- from baseball great Jackie in room.
& ModelingIBM, ofthe-year; and will be honored with the team at the Robinson, last year's titlist.In .very
breakfast. addition to Brown and PER DAY
Friday $6)A $8
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FREE JOB L Members of the All-SIACTeam are as follows: Robinson, a record number
r'.i ,., crlwrssaPLACEMENT FIRST TEAM: Ends-Arthur Robinson, Florida of golfers are expected to be 465 NH4TH> STREET:
: on hand for the 54-hole classic -
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A&M University and David Johnson, Tuskegee Insti-
,' including former heavyweight '
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SERVICE ... ....,., tute; Tackles: Claude Brownlee, Benedict College and champ Joe Louis. Top. 'e ,
David Daniels, Florida A&M; Guards: Tommy Hart, amateurs Lovell Whittakerand 't
DAY & EVENING'CUSSES MOW FORMING Morris Brown and Johathan Hardin, S. C. State College; Jimmy Woods of Cleve-
Center: John L. Kelly, Florida; Backs: Stanley Jacobs, land; Phillip Smith of New
QB, S. C. State College, Elijah Nevett, HB, Clark Col- Orleans; and Thomas Foster
CALL OR WHITE AQA7&40AMERICAN lege, jonnny Holmes, HB, S. C. State College and of Detroit will compete.Professionals TAX
Elijah Gibson, FB, Bethune'CookmanCollege.SECOND expected include -
-- TEAM: Ends: Kirby McDaniels, Tuskegee; Charles Sifford of Los SERVICERECORD
and Alonzo Richardson, Clark College--Tackles: Ru- Angeles; Willie Oreer and
Cliff Brown of Nashville Lee
MININGAMERICAN Barber, Bethune-Cookman and Eugene Abrams, ; SHOP
dolph
Elder of Washington, D. C.;
State College Guards: Bill Stewart, Allen
Fort Valley ;
"Babe" Lichardus of Hillside NOTARY PUBLIC
.JI "J. ...... "' University and James Carter, Benedict College, Center: N. J.; Bob Shave of St.
.. ...,.. 696.7840 John D. Brown; Backs: Orlando Hale, QB, Alabama A Petersburg and Chico Mar-
TRAINING CENTER 1 and M College, Charles Bryant, HB, Allen University, tuiz of Miami Beach. If someone else does your
; 3525 NW 79th ST. Miami, FloridaP1.a Allen Smith, HB, Fort Valley State, and Winston Gray, Last year's winner, Na- Income Tax Return Letit
S .. send information to! FB, Knoxville College. thaniel Starks, has been discharged be me Cousins.
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