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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: February 11, 1966
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Vol. 43, No. 24 MIAMI FLORIDA. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1966 16 PAGES 15*



MIAMI'S- WORST. FIRE KILLS 7 CHILDREN. 3. MEN, -

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: Cr : 40- Year-Old Building


: : Gutted Bv BlazeA

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disastrous fire Saturday burial Saturday.
night at 1132 NW First Place Funeral arrangements for
resulted in Miami's worst tra- 60-year-old William Mitchell,
gedy of its kind. Seven children another victim, are in chargeof
Yh i 1 0Vb and three adults were the Rahmings Funeral Home.
burned to death. The body of W. D. Shattan
t I The explosion of a kero- 30, is at the House of Albert
6 sene heater was reported to be Funeral Home, and that of,
the cause of the fire. The heroic 'Willie ROSS, 61, was still at
rdY action of the police who the Dade County Medical ex-
v r arrived early on the scene aminers' office at this writing.
brh saved the neighborhood from a Seventeen persons lived in
situation that might have been the nine-bedroom, two bath,
more horrible. one kitchen rooming house,
4 Funeral services for John- and two visitors were presentat
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nie Lee Washington, six; the time of the blaze. "*,
Sheila Washington, three; and
Bonnie Washington, seven The two-story, 40-year-old
months-children: of Mr. and building was gutted, and was
Mrs. William Washington, tenants ordered condemned'Monday by
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of 1132 NW First Place- Building Department- .
MIAMI'S NEW CITY COMMISSIONMayor in nomination by Commissioner David T. Kennedy and will be at 3 p.m. Friday with Director R. E. Ferencik.

Robert King High and members of the Miami seconded by Commissioner Irwin G. Christie. Votes of burial at Evergreen Memorial "Inspectors found the
Cemetery. The Range Funeral structure more than 20 per cent
City Commission welcome Mrs. Athalie Range last High and Commissioner Steve Clark made the choice e Home has donated their cas- damaged," Ferencik said,
Thursday after her unanimous appointment by the com- unanimous one. After her appointment she was sworn kets. "and under the statues for '
mission to fill the unexpired term of Sidney Aronovitzwho into office by Judge Henry Balaban. House of photo- Four children of Mr. and that Fire Zone One, any build-
resigned his seat. Mrs. Range's name was placed graphy photo. Mrs. Frank Pearson were vic- ing damaged more than 20 per
tims of the fire. They were cent has to be demolished.1'
Frank, Jr., six; Christopher, The blaze was listed as
I White floridian to Die For Negro Slaying? five; Sylvia, three; and Collier, accidental. Building inspectors -
one. Their bodies will be sent said that the building met
to Gainesville, Florida, for all city codes.
In Deland last Wednesday guilty of the first degree mur- man Circuit Court jury found Jackson and Andrew Cashe
night two white men were der of a Negro. Charles A. Cirack, 22, and were hitchiking on their way
found guilty of first degree Mathas also said it, was Richard V. White, '25, gulity. home from Cape Kennedy MIAMI HOUSING -
.. murder in. the ,killing of a 58- the first time in' the rounty Both men lived, at Titusville.,. when the two white men pick-
old Negro. that a first degrre verdict was ed them Up adn attempted to
Circuit Clerk Jess Mathas returned without a recommen- 'The jury recommended. rob them, the state charged.The J
said it was the first time in dation for mercy. cy for White but none for Ci- victims had but a few dol- AUTHORITY SUED
rack who actually fired the
lars.
the history of Volusna County After deliberating for three
gun that killed Moses W. The defense said it would t
that a white man was found hours and 10 minutes the 12-
Jackson of Oviedo last May 8. seek a new trial. fOR DISCRIMINATIONmination
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;' art tlrie'.Robinson Named $600,000 Asked The Miami Housing Authority by using "neighborhood -
J to is defendant in a U.S. housing. policy" in the
District Court injunction being construction of public housing
sought by Quillian Thompson,, and for selecting a location
lib Rockefeller's" S.fai; Preserve Neighborhoods(I"on behalf of himself, and "because of its racial charac-

-...... ,-..., .a.,- .. .... a. E ... all others similarly situated." teristic."
Jackie Robinson, former In an effort to nip blightedareas its O.K. to a resolution paving The petition filed Tuesday Mention is made in the petition
Brooklyn Dodger star, con- in the bud, Dade County,i. the way for an applica- charges the Housing Authoritywith of the Liberty Square
firmed Monfay in New York s r.. .Urban Renewal ,Agency wants tion with the federal govern- practicing racial discri-
hos appointment to Gov. Nel- ,/, % "\..k't' $600,000 to keep slums from ment."The
son Rockefeller's staff this '.' developing In the county. two-year survey i snot

week as special assistant in JIi: .......,.. ,.\ Myron Leff, Urban Renewal meant to dream up new ur- .
charge of urban affairs.It tilt....(..\... director, called the agency's ban renewal projects." Left .........
is believed that Robin- request Tuesday for federal said. "We mainly want to help _'! I!I '
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son's salary will be paid by ,..". aid for a giant, countywidesurvey the entire county keep pocketsof .i, ',
the multi-millionaire governor, to'. ',' .. ..' in its fight against blight from getting started." 7.f, .
since he pays several special .V. n. A..x.p. ." blight. The Community Renewal .
andes from his personal for "The policy up to now has Program will not duplicate.but
tune. been to take no action untila will tie in with other surveys. rJ,1"
"Specifically, my work will :,"\, problem was referred to us- Lcff said. ..,,, .
deal with urban affairs, withno ,;.. : to sit back and wait," Leff The section under consi- "
emphasis on civil rights or said. deration includes Brownsville, IlL 1fs"
on any one particular aspect. lie added, the agency now Liberty City, and Allapattah.
"We will look at the dif- wants to catch a potential
ferent proposals that the state blighted area before its too 'Itdl I
STABBING MURDERA
will subsidize and we will try far gone and requires the com-
to give advice to the governor. plete urban renewal treatment. Coral Gables man was
"The most revealing thingto Governor's ChoiceHe Named the Community Re- charged last week with first K V
me is that Gov. Rockefelleris newal Program,the survey will degree murder for stabbing a
not adverse to constructive headed a committee that cost an estimated $600,000 friend, police charged
criticism. If he makes a mis- worked for Rockefeller's elec- two-thirds coming from the federal Robert Lee Milton, 36, of
take and it's pointed out to tion in 1963 and supported his government and the remainder 3166 Hibiscus St. was stabbedin
him, he will try to correct it. unsuccessful run for Republican from local funds. the chest and back by Gra-
lie knows that I won't be a presidential l nomination in Next week the Metro Com- dy Lewis, 49. Officers said r-
yes man." 1964. mission will' ,be asked .to_ ,give:. the stabbing. occured after a p ,
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quarrel between the two men
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47.2 ACRES IN OPA-LOICKA Voter Drive Theron L. Wells, Seaman man of his company by his
Recruit, U. S. Naval Reserve, Company Commander and
- a former member of our own "shipmates." The young
Florida Memorial Collegewas the Everglades Hotel. St. Augustine has been under Meeting Called local Naval Reserve Surface bluejacket was chosen on the
the recipient of a 47.2 With an enrollment of 427 consideration for more than Division 6-45M), which meets basic of his high initiative,
acre parcel of land at the for- students, Florida Memorial is three years. Racial distur- Representatives of all civic,''every' Wednesday evening at outstanding military bearing,
mer Opa-locka Air Base on planning to move to Dade bances in the Ancient City two social, fraternal, educationaland the Naval Reserve Training leadership ability, immaculate
Friday. The tract was turned County in 1967 and expand its years ago pinpointed the advisability religious groups are urgedto Center, 1151 NW South River appearance, pride in .Navy,
over to the school by the rep- facilities. A fund raising cam- of change of place. attend a planning meetingfor Drive, was presented an engraved adaptability to military train
resentatives of the federal paign will be launched later Those who proposed the a voter registration driveon plaque and lIonorman ing and because he best dis-
government.Dr. this year. plan say that the majority of Monday nighteight o'clock !I Certificate at the Recruit played a high example of his
R. W Puryear, presi- The new site for the col- the student body are residentsof at Carver YMCA auditorium, Graduation Reviewheld on Jan. "comrades in arms."
dent of the four-year liberal lege will be north of Opa- Dade Broward and Palm 5770 NW 15th Ave. 21 at the U. S. Naval Training After a 14-day recruit >>
arts college located at St. locka airport near the Palmetto Beach Counties. They contend The meeting is being call- Center, Great Lakes, Illinois. leave, he is scheduled to report -
Augustine for 48 years, received Expressway between NW that the removal will bring the ed by the Northwest Jayceesin Wells is the husband of to his first duty station.
the deed from the De- 47th St. and 44th Court. college into a more progres- an effort to involve the entire Mrs. W. J. Wells of 1425 NW The presentation was made
partment of Health, Educationand The proposal to transfer gressive community and serve Negro community in a 42nd Street. by Reviewing Official Commander -
: Welfare at a luncheon. at Florida_ .Memorial: College from many.othei purposes. program education of voter registrationand lie was selected Honor R. L. Anderson, USN.Univ. .



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THE, MIAMI TIMES, Friday_February 11, 1966 ._."......d' IJII'_. _

-. CATHOLIC COUNCIL BUSTSHAMMING I n [ rr

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OF TRAGIC ACCIDENTIn 1 ,

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a letter to the Dade others in the county, was inadequately It has been reported that the
County Commission, dated protected and thata officer in charge at the scene
Feb. 7, the Catholic ouncilon safe view of the tracks from of any accident determines to
Human Realtion of the the stopped vehicle was seriously what hospital a victim is sent. a I
Diocese of Miami, the Rev. obstructed. If these reports and allegations have been
John F. Kieman, S.S.J.chair- be true what action is made \that unpublished Instruc- /,9 ff ,
man, expressed deep concern being taken to eliminate these tions have been given to the
about the recent tain-bus collision and similar hazards the exis- police that emergency cases .
in South Dade which tence of which is an invita- anywhere in the county, especially I.
took the lives of 19 migratoryworkers tion to future tragedies as well if they appear to be
and injured 15 others. as an indication of callous indigent, be sent to Jackson .".
The letter points to the indifference to the public safety Memorial Hospital. If these be
lack of protection at some rail ?" the Council asked. county policies, official or
crossings in the county, ques- Continuing, the letter stat- condoned, how can they be
tion the idea of sending Indi- ed: justified?" L.y
gent victims of accident miles "Although five major hos- The Council recommendedto .
:d
away when there are hospitalsnearer pitals were closer to the the serious considerationof i
the scene of the acci- scene of the accident, it is the County Commission the # \

dent, and make suggestions reported that all but*three of establishment "of zones which Mrs. Patsy Evans, oldest and neighbors filled the roomto from Channel 10 and Channel
which should be helpful. the injured were gansferred would use the nearest hospitals living American and oldest pay tribute to Mother Patsyas clicked away and
"It has been reported that to Jackson Memorial Hospitalsome offering adequate facilities member of the Golden Age she is affectionately called. photographer Frank our own

the grade crossing, like many 20 miles distant. Why? thus removing the terrible Club of James E. Scott Com- joined in taking picutres Johnson, the

responsibility for a medical munity Association climaxedthe The beautifully decorated "Queen of the day" sat
Bethune -Cookman Concert decision beyond the compe- week long celebration of over-sized cake was the gift in her special chair and back
tence of a lawman as well as;her 120th birthday on Sunday, of her daughter Mrs. Butler; joyed it all.Mother en-
reducing for the victim the February 6. other gifts included a beautiful Patsy
Chorale Here SundayMrs. agonizing delay in receiving The party sponsored jointly electric blanket from Bur- 120 years old and Claims no one to be is

assistance.necessary "intensive medical ; by the Golden Age Club dines Department Store, a contradicting her. Not even
Athalie Range, presimajor city throughout the na- ,and Mrs. Evans daughter, Mrs. .warm robe and a pot of yellow Medicare.
dent of Roosevelt Savings and tion. They have serenaded The Council is aware of the:Annie Lee Butler was held in 'chrysanthemums. Little Kathy
Loan Association announces several presidents of the Unit-hardship that the zoning may! ,the Community Room of the Arnold, age five, who is in Choice Northwest Area
that the nationally famous ed States, royalty and numer- cost privately funded hospit-]Roosevelt Savings and Loan JESCA Day Care Center ,at
Concert of heads of als, but feels that the saving Association Day Care at James E. HOMES FOR SALE
Chorale Bethune ous state that have ., 6015 NW 7th Ave Center
Cookman College will pervisited the country through the of lives and needless sufferIng Three daughters, grandchildren Scott Homes presented the TIP TOP REALTY
form for the public in the years. would more than compen- club members, friends flowers. While TV cameras
sate for the loss. 754- 04S3
Roosevelt Savings and Loan Their appearance at Roos-
Association at 6015 NW 7th evelt Savings is in commemo- -
Ave., Sunday at 3 p.m., Feb. ration of Human Relations U -

I 13.The Bethune Cookman Con- under Day. the The direction Concert of Thomas Chorale r A ; -L NOLN-; 11

cert Carnegie Chorale Hall has and performed in every at the Demps association is being sponsored and is free by A GREAT HERITAGE THAT



COUNTY NEEDS POLL WORKERS ." LEFT TO ALL AMERICANS .

A call for additional workqualifying examination by Goners -
needed to staff the polls tacting the County Voting Re- -*-*
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at future elections was sound- gistrar's Office, 3777501.ed *-* .. ,
Monday by County Elections .Those found qualified will -rte e.t*
Supervisor Martin Bratetman. be assigned to work as in. .
Any registered Dade voter specters at one of the county'sis *
eligible for the part-time 326 voting precincts, Brater- ADDR.ESS

post and may apply to take a man said.> Salary is $18 a day. THE GETTYSBUR.G fathers I

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Bring this ad to our office and receive a free gift brave il far above our poor
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"Iniurance, Real Estate, Mortgage" detract.world will little note no' +what they did here. m
Business member All People Democratic Club The never forget hee to

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BLAME FOR MALCOLM X DEATH MRS. RANGE ,



LAID TO fOLLOWERS NOT MUSLIMS PERFORMS FIRST


NEW YORK (N PI) The attacked Elijah Muhammad mit that he had been incorrectin OFFICIAL DUTYNational
Malcolm X trila took a dra- Muslim leader. telling a grand jury that
matic turn as attorneys for the However, defense lawyers Hagen was a member of the Children's Dental
men accused of killing the. contended that Malcolm was Black Muslim mosque in Jer- Health week formally opened
Black Natiobalist leader built killed, not by Muslims but bya sey City. Monday when City Commissioner
up a case attempting to pin conspiracy within his own
Athalie -
Instead Thomas said he Range presented
the blame on members of Mal- Black Nationalist organization. -
the official proclamationto
had "assumed" Hageb was a
colm's own organization. member because he had seen Dr. William Silver, Dade
One of the three defendants Hagen, they said, was a chairman for the 18th
him with persons whom he County
Thomas Hagen, 22, was cap- victim of "mob identification"after knew to be members. ceremony away from City Hall
tured in the ballroom in which he was shot down by
for Miami's commissioner -
The other defendants are I i new
Malcolm was gunned down. Malcolm's bodyguards. The acknowledged Muslims. named last week to
Hagen was wounded and beaten. other two defendants were not serve the unexpired term of,
The other two defendants even in the ballroom and had Thomas also said he saw resigned Commissioner Sidney
Norman 3X Butler 26, and no part in the killing, the law- the three accused men stand- M. Aronovitz.The .
Norman 15X Johnson, 30, were yers said. ipg over Malcolm's body with presentation at a
arrested in their homes. Defense lawyers also guns in their hands. But the breakfast meeting at the Du-
Police said the trio were sought to shake the testimonyof former bodyguard for Malcolm pont Plaza Hotel was attendedby
' believed to be a Black Muslim .Malcolm's bodyguard Cary added that he drdn't fire at the
! East Coast Dental Society
assassination squad out to 2X Thomas. three men for fear of hitting
officials and guests.
" bump Malcolm X off, who had Thomas was forced to ad- women and children.
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Johnson Calls Scouting I entertainment every

Springboard to SuccessPresident Thursday night.

Mack Barkley, Owner
Johnson told the The story of Scouting reflects ?3"
present 5,700 members of the America's vitality of 7V
Boy Scouts of America that spirit and generosity of heart.It .
"over 40 million Americans represents 56 eventful
LIBCITYHELD
have found Scouting to be a years of service to progress
rewarding experience" and and achievement. And its hero
that its "programs have often, the Boy Scout continues to bea
been the springboard to their living symbol of our aspira- E.IN THEATRE
success." tions and hopes for a better
His message on the eve of world. HANDCRAFTED
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Boy Scout Week, February The role of the volunteer
7 tp 13 is being observed un- leader so indispensable in our
der the theme of "Break- time has had in Scouting a
through for Youth" which eachof ready testing ground. It has
the nation's 144,000 units served to develop in our youth
seeks to provide a quality the quality of mind and char-
Scout program for more boysin acter which in years ahead
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4 THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, February 11, 1966 _

T FROM WHERE I SITBY


00: ToBeEquaI BILL McBRIDE

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.. r' No Time for
H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Pul>lI.her by Whitney :M. Young Jr.ExecutlveDlrectOrNatlonll.

;,', GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor F
WILLIAM W. Me BRIDE. CUr Editor Urban League lack Slapping

Member of the National t-Iew.pap. Publishers Association The civil rights leadership has learned through bit- '

SUBSCRIPTION RATES ter experience that it is dangerous to cite a specific rONd BraggingDear

ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 industry for progress in the area of civil rights, or even

to signal it out for special commendation, for all too Mr. and Mrs. Dade Negro:
Entered at' Second Clots Matter, August 9, 1927 at Post
Office at Miami, Florid';, under tho oct of March 8, 1876 often this is misinterpreted. The industry, for one thing, From where I sit, we can see a lot of chests being
poked out, back slapping and even loud bragging
Office it 6740 NW 15th Avonuo Phone OX 1-0421 grasps greedily at such citations, and holds it up for the appointment of' Mrs. Athalie Range to the Miami about

all to see as proof-positive that it is, indeed, the epi- City Commission. While we certainly share your great

CONGRATULATIONS tome of perfection. joy, and agree that this remarkable woman is qualified

Negro citizens, on the other hand, understandably and is ready, willing and able to do a creditable job

Last week Ye Editor was among prognosticatorsas suspicious, tend to regard the stamp of approval as as a city commissioner, we must take issue with the

to who would be appointed to the vacant seat on wait and see" attitude.An back slapping and bragging, because we seem to be
and the "let's
Miami's City Commission. As he saw it, Mrs. Athalie premature prefer ignoring the sad fact that we did not elect her to this

Range would be given that distinguished honor. Mrs. dthere are still others who disapprove of the citationon high office (she was appointed).

Range now occupies that seat, and congratulations go the theory that "it's no more than they should have Yes, we can see no reason for back slapping and

not only to her, but to the members of the City Com- done" so why the price! bragging, because we (the Miami Negro) could have

mission for making the appointment.This easily elected her were it not for the fact that 50
event adds another link to Miamm's race re In spite of all this, however, I want to single out of us chose to stay away from the polls when pencent

lationship. Commendatory remarks about the appoint- for special commendation the broadcast media, televis- she was so deserving of our vote. We can see no reason

ment have been heared from,both white and colored ci- ion and radio, for the recent noticeable strides they have for back slapping and bragging when less than 45

tizens.It. percent of the Negroes in Dade county who are eligi-
carries my mind back to the time when we we re made in the use of Negro citizens'and commercial spots ble to become registered voters have not seen fit to do

struggling 'pleading for the privilege of exercisingour and in speaking as well as non-speaking roles in their so; and less than 50 percent of those registered in the

franchise. City of Miami would not take time to cast ballots in
Today there are no bars. You are not only privileged programs. I extend this commendation publicly becauseI such a hotly contested and highly important election.

to register and vote, but you are urged to do so. have been one of those who have been most vocal in This is definitely not intended as an effort to
As the Miami Times motto reads, "The times are
throw cold water on the Range appointment, but it cer-
changed and we are changed with them." my criticism of this industry-critical of its sins of
tainly should not be considered as a victory becausewe
If you can qualify, you too can run for office. omission as* well as commission; and to give credit did not for
votes
produce enough a victory. As
unbelievable -
The ballot, properly used, is the most powerful
where credit is due permits one to continue in the role as it may seem, we continue to wallow in a
political weapon a citizen can use and all qualified
citizens should use it.FIGHT. of constructive critic. sickening sea of apathy when it comes to registrationand
The gains that have been made in the television voting.we continue to be indifferent when it comes

THE SLUMS and radio industry were sharply driven home to me re- to doing the really big things. Let us all take cogni

cently, when in one evening, talented Negro performerswere zance of the fact that Mrs. Range will be up for election

Dade County'sUrban Renewal Agency,Myron Leff, particiapting simultaneously in key roles on three (not appointment) in two years and will certainly

director, wants to at least keep slums from developingin different network. For those of us who have been ac- need plenty of Negro votes if she is to continue as your

our midst. To this end the agency seeks. $600,000. customed to waiting long intervals to see a Negro in a representative. We must prepare ourselves now,to give

The Metro Commission will be asked to approve a resolution welcomed responsible, respectable. role, this was unusual, and a her the support she so rightfully deserves.

paving the way for an application with the phenomenon.Yes This writer looks upon this appointment as just
here dilemma-the of
federal government.The was a kind dilemma we another item on the ever growing list of things that
now face in trying decide what baseball team to root
local government is expected to provide one- were done for us that we should have done for our-
for (at least those of us who base our interest in the
third of the amount needed. selves. And then, let us appraise ourselves of the fact
teams on the use of Negro players. This
) was no prob-
The idea is to preserve communities and areas in lem that a representative on the City Commission is not
when
good shape now, and to set a priority list of urban renewal to our years anticipations ago ,only but it the did Brooklyn become Dodgers a problem lived when up enough. We need, and should be able to elect represen-

projects for those already of tatives to the county commission, school board, state
hope
past
any save other teams joined the ranks of the fair-minded and"discovered"
ing through conventional means.KENDALL house of representatives; we need judges and repre-
a number of Negro players! who not only
sentation in all of the of
the'gate phases operation our city,
increased the team's popularity, but increased also,
HOSPITAL receipts.The county, state and nation.
As we have said numerous times before, the Dade
of the civil rights movement needs dilemma
Closing Kendall Hospital in South Dade more
Negro has come a long way and still has a long to
way
might be deferred if the request of the Metro Hospital like these two. And hopefully the broadcast media will
in his
toward and
go journey first class citizenship
Advisory Board is provide us with such a dilemma. .
favorably considered. A resolutionby Further
This is not to say that the media has done all thatit equality. progress along this journey can only
Preston Bird based
the board's
was desire
on to be
guaranteed by becoming voters in large
registered
should could do. In fact
maintain the or a recent study made by
hospital until arrangements could be numbers.
com- This appointment is conclusive evidence that
the American Civil Liberties
Union in Los
Angeles, reveals -
pleted to care for the indigent patients from that
area. ithat, in terms of Negrorepresentation inthe indus- everyone but the Negro himself recognizes his great
It was also pointed out that the private hospitalsin potential.As .
try, we are far from approaching even the so-called Nu-
that area were crowded at the present time. The merical or proportionate representation-whether in reported elsewhere in this issue of the Times,
board asked that Kendall be kept going until at least com- the Northwest Miami Junior Chamber of Commerce is
mercials or in There remains the
programs.
major problems
January 1967. The hospital has budget funds to also, of enterprises with superior talent being denied inviting representatives from all civic, religious, fra-
!;
operate through the fiscal year ending September 30. their own shows because of race-and certainlya fraternal and social clubs along with all sororities and
fraternities. businessmen and other individuals interest
lots more needs to be done in the employment of those -
ed in planning and participating guN i : VOTER
whb
Negroes are equipped to work behind the scene
PROTECT YOUR FURNITURE as technicians, producers, etc. REGISTRATION AND EDUCATION DRIVE to attenda
WITHOUT HIDING ITS BEAUTY meetingon Monday, February 14 at the Carver Branch
It was this reason that the National Urban League
CUSTOM MADE YMCA, 5770 NW 15th Ave. at 8:00
c. established a broadcast Skills Bank, as a part of its p.m.
PLASTIC FURNITURE National Skills Bank, with the cooperation of the major Let's stop wasting valuable time. NOW, AS

SLIP COVERS netwrok. Through this bank we will be able t to recruit, NEVER BEFORE, IS THE TIME FOR THE DADE

.. CIYSTAL HIAVT SAU6I CUM I place, or secure for training, qualified persons for the NUMBERS.NEGRO TO GO OUT AND REGISTER IN LARGE
ION LAMINA ,' / industry.The.
Nil IISIITAN7HUU ,
.UAIANTIID'ULLY ... major significance of this new utilization of Yours for a better Miami,
{11W, l/ qualified Negroes in this industry goes far beyond the Bill McBride

MMUUM.IHIP AM. 1 1 of iU actual employment opportunity it provides. It will dem-

MTIIIUIALUMIMM I ...II5TIIoIA1II onstrate first, to advertisers or sponsors the fact that Lost, yesterday, somewhere between sunrise and

e limn niNIOMAI SPECIALIZING O the large majority of Americans are more interested in sunset, two golden hours, each set with sixty diamond

nn*riniN vimno IN PLASTIC DAY CALL O* the talent of a performer than they are in his color. It minutes. No reward is offered, for they are gone for-
EXCLUSIVELY SLIP COVERS L NIGHT will also expose a large segment of white America, who ever!

for the most part have lived in a bi-racial society with Mrs. Sigourney
PHONI7SOSI
house ot Gretchen wi limited contacts among all classes of Negro citizens,

to a fact of life never before learned. The fact that Ne- * * *
Formerly Gretchen-NichoUi Plastic Covers do have the kind
groes same of talents, skills and in
abilities that all other Americans oossess. Glad to see some of the things we mentioned
our column reach fruition. The monstrous
Namely:
Finally, perhaps the most important
result of all
". that is mountain of beer cans and wine bottles has been re-
as we get accustomed
having Negro citizens
in ,placed by a graceful palm tree Times Aug- 27, 1965
( ,
our living rooms via the television
Pre Mardi screen it
3rd Annual Gras Dance will be- and make
come all the easier to Jan. 7, 1966); the University of Miami is now
accept Negroes all
as
Sponsored By others are ing a sincere effort athletes (Times,
THE CHURCH OF THE INCARNATION accepted-in our neighborhoods, schools, churches and to sign Negro has
(Episcopal) businesses. Jan. 21, 1966) and the infamous Liberty Theatre

been closed (Times, Sept. 24, 1965), the Northwest
Friday, February 18th, 1966 1 Year Jaycees have been born again (Times, Jan. 7, 1966))
9:30 P. M. Until ? ? Delay Sought inClosing and a unified voter registration and education drive is

Starlight Room Biscayne Terrace Hotel Kendall Hospital taking shape (Times, Jan. 21, 1966)). _

340 Biscayne Boulevard -- .------ --..-...
Donation $1.50 Door Prize The Dade County Commis- Dr. DeWitt C. Daughtry. '
sion was asked Tuesday by the former president
of the Dade HUGE CORNER
Metro Hospital I Advisory County Medical Association !
Board to delay the closing of has called for the closing of ,
Kendall Hospital until at least the DOUBLE LOT
hospital and has
MARDI GRAS FESTIVITIES next January.The that asked _
any monies allocated for !
Church's Grounds 1835 NW 54th Street rebuilding Kendall be '
bath.
resolution, offered by ferred trans- I $300 Total Down. CBS 2 bedroom, 2
to ,
SAT. FEB. 19, MON. & TUES. FEB. 21, 22 Preston Bird, was based on Hospital.The Jackson Memorial I : Fantistic
PANCAKE SUPPER AT VICARAGE the desire of the board to main- Investment. See:
Hospital
1736 NW 56th, Street tain the South Dade facility Board said that the Advisory private 7710 NW 8 AVENUE

FOODS GAMES RIDES FUN FOR ALL until arrangements could be has pltals in the area were
for the
completed to care indigent -
patients from that area, overcrowded immediate at present and OWNER 7588749r
said Chairman Michael Shores. might closing of Kendall
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; Choice Northwest Area The bonk won't wait, will your

HOMES FOR SALE landlord, ? When you are sick or

I'j, Call hurt, would you like to have

TIP TOP REALTY your rent or mortgage payments
paid for you?- If so call OX

',k 754-o" 10262. Indf.WOOLWORTH'S.

Mrs. Edward T. Graham {
spent the oast weekend in
t in Philadelphia; returning with Mrs. Graham was her h+
;; auntMrs. Mamie Williams, who will make her home here
with Rev. and Mrs. Graham.


Wedding bells rang for two young couples in our
; town recently. So best wishes and congratulations are

in order for Donella Johnson and Madison Alford who t. ::.
: were married January 28. Rachel Burney and Lawrence ;. '

: Rolle on February 1. 1'1. t r $?
..-
Mrs. Idella Jones of New York is visiting her son, j f.'f .,
Ulysses Gibson and her nieces Estelle Cunningham and '

Alice Hall. < :: \ \

\ Here from Columbia, S. C. are Mrs. Annie Mae Dix- >> ,.. \
: on and Mrs. Mamie Cunnungham of Chicago, guests of 1 : I\ 1
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Brown. j '

; t'
Theodore Gibbon of Carol City entertained familyand r1/ ., \
friends on Sunday with a dinner party honoring his : 'w ',.,,

grandmother, Mrs. Idella Jones of New York City. ." \ .. .
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Lil Wilson of FREEMAN SISTERS One of the newest singing
'I Mrs. Florence, S. C. is enjoyin the > c{ ,e
sun and sports of the Magic City as houseguest of the sensations to hit the local entertainment spots is
M. T. Sweetings. this trio of sisters from Jacksonville, now appearingat

Dore's Lounge on 163rd st. in Sunny Isles. Carol,
Among those attending the National Association of Diann and Van got their start by winning the Ted Mack
1 i Secondary School Principals is Robert P. Jordan of Opa- Amateur Show. After that the girls were on their way

t. locka. to engagements at the Place Pigalle, Montmartre Hotel
Get well wishes to Audrey B. Tanner, Lula Daniels Harbor Towers, Nautilus, Doral, Raleigh and the

and Margaret Roberts. Sagmore hotels.Tuchrs. A.Vl
+>+ {aoe.a
*'

Sincere wishes to the Williams, Mitchells, Clark, "'*" \ ''''''*''I\'' ;" ."",< l l 1] Stock up now at this low price!
Haywood and Strachan families. 0
: hIINt94Ark..sLatest : 1 1i

,
Warren W. Welters entertained friends Sunday to 'It'h': ',\* "">'>>,'.,.> 5* ',' 'k \: r' ( ft 'k'*'h {'r't, SEAMLESS NYLONSLegflattering
celebrate his tenth birthday.MRS A tt'S' I,.r '1}'N' t' '1 ",$',',11.( >,
.
:
}'t 'b, ., '{:' \f,, t/\k' ,'t\Q." "
.
> < 1:;" ..w"
members and their guests will dance tomorrow
evening in the Gulfstream Room of Bayfront Park Audi- antidote to the ris- ments J8 only $1.25 including
ing cost of fun will be offered tax and tip. sheers at a
torium at their annual Valentine's dance. .
Day
Saturday evening Feb. 12. Tickets for the gala, event price that shouts value. .
when the Dade County Class- 19
Birthday wishes are for Emma Sunmersett, Valen- Teacher's Association may be purchased at the door Sheerlace mesh demi-toes.
room
cia Thomas, Antonio Johnson Lovita Richardson Atty.G. holds its annual Grand Ball or direct from the CTA office Rosetone or suntone. Sizes
373.7535.
E. Graves, Dr. G. W. Hawkins and Moses Baldwin. in the plush Americana Hotel 8 .1l. Outstanding value! pr.
Grand Ballroom.On VALENTINE HOP
Friends of Margaret Ford will be pleased to know that night from 9 p.m. US OUR Ntll LAYAWAY
that she is convalescing at home. to 1:30 a.m., Dade's teachers iation The will Grove Golfers' Assoc AVAIUUll IN MIAMI. MIAMI IIA'''. CORAL .......
have invited the public to join present a "Go, Go ,IRRVNI. HOMISTIAO. HeLL'WOOD weST MOiL,wqo.
Valentine Hop" at Club Tikki,
PROGRAM DATES: them in an evening of dance
3677 Grand Ave., Coconut T-n5Sl
Feb. 12 Young World Appeal Week. and frolic with continuous Grove Monday, Feb. 14, 10 YOUR MONEY'S WORTH MORE AT
music of two bands for just ......
13 Race Relations Sunday p.m.,i.until. Music by Billy ...............
,ii' ',f'A $2.50 per person.
14 St. Valentine's Rolle and orchestra. Advance
Day. The affair, ill feature music IrVOOLWORTH'SFOR
#1.00 at doot$1..25.
20-27 Brotherhood Week.
all-
and entertainment by an ..
22 Girl Guide and Girl Scout Thinking Day(birthday I time great name band-the Ted
of the first Lord Baden-Powell and Olave, 'Weems Orch'estra-plus excit- I

Lady Baden-Powell) I ing go-go, rock and roll and THE FINEST APARTMENTS AT MODERATE RATES -CALL
23 Ash Wednesday. !J JI Latin music by Billy Bel lack
i I and his orchestra. There will

THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK: God is best gift 'I also be a variety of door ,I TAL
Blessed are those who have the gifts of making friends, ,'I prizes and special feature en- BONDED qQh
'I tertainment. Cost of refreshPREVALENTINE -
for it is one of God's best gift s. It involves many thinRsI .,
nut above all, the power of going out of one's self, and h
appreciation whatever is noble and loving in another. DAY I =

Thomas Hughes. DAY TEA SUNDAYA RENTAL

cordial invitation is ex- I

Island Community College of tended to you and your friends '
nursing. New York. After her to a Pre-St. Valentine's Day AGENCY INC.
1 1T
wedding in June she will tend Tea Sunday afternoon from 4 r 4 ,
their beautiful New Yak apt. to 6 at the James E. Scott M
Mr. Morris is an alumnus of Community Center. I
Edward Waters College and THE LARGEST COLLECTION AND RENTAL
Montefoire Hospital School of
Nursing New York City Jan. ''" AGENCY IN THE SOUTH; OPERATING IN
1st.he sl ipped a beautiful dia- HON. L. L. BROOKS
mond ring on Miss Nance's
DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES.
finger and gave her a mink PRESIDENT

1 stole. GEORGE P. HARTH GENERAL MANAGER

"

... .,
( MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN
ft* >< ,
WHITE SUMMER t ) 'i i). 10,000 HOUSING UNITS

CHOIR ROBESAt I

factory prices. Order new :.:..'.".'.';:: Bonded also has employment service at-main offrte

-- and save money. ''1) ;' .1. 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Nanceof <".'l\. .,....,;.;
1939 NW 57th St. announcedthe LYRIC CHOIR GOWN CO. ,:...(.'.. A full time public relations deportment to assist you in solving your problemsPlus
engagement of their daughter 907 NE 2nd Ave. a fleet of cars giving door to door service for tenants convenienceOn
Franceen to Theodore R. Ft. Louderdal.Te1:522.30438 nights and Sundays for emergency service call PL 98733
Morris the brother of Dr. Albert no

Edwards of this city., am to 8 pm Mrs. Luvenia Knox will address I MAIN OFFICE
Miss Nance is a graduateof the audience. She is em- :
Northwestern Senior High ployed by the Dade County I 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue PL 9-8733
School. She will enter Staten
School system and an active
religious and civic worker. Vandalism done by a f.w It .xp.n.lr. to all. PUote help us stop this unn.c.ssary.vif.

Miss Blanche Galloway, C.A. Lockhort, Public Relation Director
:,. .,' : directress of Community SerI I
", '. BALLROOM OR HALL ,,* :'l I
NEED A vices of Radio Station WMBM 9 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU
DAMOfc-WEODIHC-PRIVATE PARTY!..; will serve as mistress of ceremonies. -
BOA
I .LIBERAL RENTAL ARRANGEMENTS ..'',. Miss. Cherrye Mills Boyer I I 17325 Homestead AM,. 5-3553 1163 H.W. 3rd Ave. FR 3-8416
Perrine CE
Miss Sonja Butler Mrs. Le- 1675 H.W 62nd St. OX 6-2467
AIR CONDITIONED nora Smith and other outstanding 1019 Hammandville Rd. 3801 Grand( Ave. HI, 5.1381
t ; ". persons will participate.This Pompano WE 3-3235 4240 N.W. 27th Ave, NEW466
:""; .. ', ,t affair in being sponsored 14255 N.W. 22nd Ave.
t Ar tlt= 3617 GRAND.AVENUE ";4 by the women of Antioch Opo-locko MU 8.0617 '?
Available $1 Baptist Church in behalf of
:< Beverage Service' .' ,,, ," 512 NX 1st Ave., Hollondale, WA 7-2434
: "' their 12th annual Woman's Day
"" "" / <> / 'Ji: ::: 443-B6H'' 1019 N.VT. 6th St., Ft. Lauderdale, JA 43357I.
CALL71. CONE. d' {'' ,,, ," observation. Rev. P. W. Wiggins
kW fJ:, h" ':-\ri __'r .'......._,'"'" ...""' ---.. Mar rJ6II minister.





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,4 '"*-*" sv WW W* "W* ****--- *""" 1 *-""'* .rt "
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'; Northwest YWCA has' Full )'

I '* ''it ARE' YOU READY?? SKIN DISEASES

and Varied Program FINE CBS HOMES
,.
A new approach to trecfmtnt -
Amope'nze is a sensation. owe yourself. It is a check Close in. 2-3-4 bed room I. and medication
Come and see her in an Af- that pays dividends galore and From $100 down. $60 mo.
rican cultural pro&'amat, Jhfi you are the beneficiary. based on specializedblood
Northwest Center YMCA Sun- CALL 151-5124 and laboratory

A 11 day, Feb. 13 at 4 p.m., 5100 SWEETHEART BALL AETNA REALTY tetij. Also general prac-
BY DAVE BONDUi NW 21st Ave. This program is (Broker) tice.
I being presented the beginningof The Y-teens SweetheartBall I
i' .. .. .,. Negro History Week.. You is a romantic fantasia 811 NW 54 STREET DR. H. HAAG
Alrighty,we've got ourselves a city commissioner. can more deeply appreciateyour Friday, Feb. 11 at 8 p.m.
Open Sat. & Sun.
Let's not be like the guy that screams for something heritage by coming to the A Y-teen queen will be PL 1-1234

and when he gets it he sez, now that I've got it, whatam program, doing a little Chopping crowned during the waltz time
at the African Market in of "Let me Call You Sweet-
I do
with it.
gonna Now that we've
got Athalie native style. heart."
.Range_on our City_ Commission and a true represents-
live of the people, all people we know what to do. We i:11'', '" r'+ '" ."i"' :1i1' ,'rib % '"' ""' "'* .

will all pitch in and help her be one of the best dog- :' OPEN TIL5. AM'1
gone city commissioners the South has ever seen. One < .!/''''"

thing I can say about Mrs. Range, is she will do her ;, \\r, \\! : -
best. And just because she is our first Negro city of- \,*, COTTON CLUB :

ficial, don't ask or expect any special favors from her. "Ie'
She'll do what is to be done for everybody-and from

this tired ole hand may I say, God bless you Athalie FEATURING 'EVERY FRIDAY. SATOROAY SUNDAY
Range and the best of ,
everything to you. 1 '1JM11 o.STAR'RING '

I Wr lAKfcK ... .
PRETTY GIRL OF THE I LITTLE CORA

WEEK: Gevene Dobson AND HIS BAND. .
SONG STYLIST

WEEK PRETTY:'.James BOY GhentMUSICIAN OF THE Ladies Night Every Sunday

j. The Best-Dressed Lady will receive a 5th of whiskey
OF THE

WEEK: Jimmy Crawford Amatuer Night Every Tuesday'
., .
; ,
,
Fletcher Paschal, local citizen and school teacher CASH PRIZES "

for the past 20 years, has been appointed to head up
the Anti-Poverty Program in Dade County for the VISIT YOUR FAVORITE BARMAIDS

EOPI.. He succeeds Bill
ordinator, under the directorship Wynn as of Neighborhood Richard Weather-Co- MORELL ROSA LEE BETTY JO ** AND YOUR HOST, REGGIE

ley. Paschal has been in Miami since 1925, and knows ,..... 2" ."'.,>'q", >< > ':' ".; .." .p'< <<.".$. i"f'J'.:.. 'oj',, ,f"r-{ iii: '''' .jI ,'j', ,.'.
;
the poverty pocket like the back of his hand. We all 6901""N W' >

wish him success in his new position.' .5.1.1' :, ::4VE' : OPEN.>> ; ,+TILJ :AtmuBabyYou"re' .
This will be the first time I will'ever talk about r':
one of America's finest organizations, the Kiwanis ::'

Club. Not that I want to be a member, and yet I'd be r
delighted to join. What I can't seem to understand is

the policy of the club. I was a Kiwanian for a day in Amope Nze was formerly
Nassau. A couple of years back when I promoted the with New York performer 01 a- I ,"
Florida A&M Band in to NassauI was given aKiwanis yunje. Donation $1.50 :
'W ME'l
badge; as one of the officials and was also invited to A HIT
join the Kiwanis International. What I'm getting at is ALSO AT THE YMCAA

this-how come a Negro in South Florida is not or has .
class in tramnastics,
not been invited to join? How is that a black Baha- Monday nights at 7:30.: Ladies, :' .

mian is welcome to attend the Kiwanis meetings here are you too busy to think ,: { ..
and yet a black American is taboo. Somehow I can't about yourself? That wonderful ;
see the logic in their policy. Upon talking with Jack you? Slim and trim for that
'
Callahan, president of the Kiwanis Club of Miami, he > springoutfitand summer health :if >
My
Everything
asked me to submit a list of names to him and he will now is the time. -

carry the ball from there. He corrected'me, saying I SMALL FRIES AT THE "Y"
was wrong when I made the statement that there were-
not any American Negro Kiwanians. He said there are The latest club is the Hob- by

Negro Kiwanians! in California and a few places up Nob.small fry Brenda president.This McKinnis. is the Jerry Williams

North. This I am happy to be corrected-I'll even be
club is for the ele-
more happier when we in South Florida can say to our menyary children who like to
Bahamian friend, yes we do have American Negro Kiwanis hob-nob in the Y with the
members in Miami and the finest in South Fla. games crafts, music, etc. It CO-STARRING
QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT From James Lu- has a wholesome program for
cas, public relation officer for the Veterans of Foreign_ the growing mind. They do a The Continental Dancers
Wars of the United States--the 1st Lt. Melvin R. Jackson little hob-nobing with words m.

Jr., Post No. 5693, wrote a letter to me in sup- places on the globe that fascinate -
them. They also do a HOTTEST DANCE TEAM IN AMERICA f
porting a stronger gun law for the Dade County area. I
little of famous
dropping
shall see to it that this letter is turned over to the name ..
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and a little ralking about them ti.. .. ..... .' .
proper people. I wish to thank this fine organizationfor for inspiration.
their interest.

Frank DuBoise & The Chicken Scratchers are re- r
ported to go back to' the Knight Beat, where long time Y-TEENS CHARM CLINIC Bands : .
will have the club under :
show producer, Charlie Taylor Called the charm check. !
his wing. Teenagers can check them w
There is new modeling club that has been formedby selves for the right thing to do
four young ladies who are looking for new members. at the right time. ,
They call themselves the Fashionettes Modeling Club. Do you have that charming

LaVern Hendricks is president; Jen ell Clay, secre- personality that will get you 3s 1 ,y
tary; and Maeonne Lawrence, Gevene Dobson. They de- the job win the friends that rb ,

sign their own fashions and will present some showsin you need? 1 a. #
Come to the charm clinicon k
the near future .Sonji Clay, the champ's exwifeis \S '
Saturday, Feb. 12 at 1 p.m. e
making a big hit at Tony's Fish Market. Clyde Kil- for a program of two wonderful
lens called and said his Nite in Nassau will be March hours, with leaders to gave you 0
27th at the Island Club. 'Til next week, y'all know the proper tips and guide lines. t so
what. Each Saturday thereafterthru
April 10. o'I
This is the check that you
'I' BOYS NEEDED FOR *

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RAINBOW PARK PTA
COURSEOn
COOKING The PTA of Rainbow Park
Elementary School invites you
Monday, February 7, the mercial cooks can be highly to attend its annual tea Sun-
Florida State Employment paid men. Training ,,s a cook day, Feb. 13 at 4 p.m. The
service Youth OpportunityCenter will qualify you to'start on theme of this year's tea will
Manpower Development your way to a salary of $125 be "Rainbow Park in Fairy
Training program started a per week. Learn to be a com- Land." The tea will feature
commercial cooking course for merical cook. several well known fairy tale
eligiblefor characters as Alice in Wonder-
young men. Young men .y1Qfr
this training will receive a There are several Neigh- land, Hansel and Crete! and
stations
borhood Youth Corps
base allowance of $19 per enroll many others. For a colorfuland
where young men can enjoyable afternoon come
week.The course is 32 weeks for this worthwhile Manpower out and support the PTA of
(10 weeks basic educationand Training Program: 490 NW Rainbow Park, 15355 NW 19th
11th St.! 2741 NW 49th St.;
22 weeks of actual cooking 'Ave., Opa-locka. Mrs. Sarah
.) 6720 NW 18th Ave., or 17440 Kelley, president, Mrs. Rosa
The trainee must bea S. Dixie Highway, Perrine, :'|Lee,Fortson principal I .t'iH
young Florida. Or go to the Florida &;t .c y'.w'rarv v mfril P' s s a'r ( qps tKr'< # +<
high school graduate or have Service po
Employment
State j
been out of school one year,
245 TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO
Youth Opportunity Center Ykr L
Y; d.Q4y
eta
older 22. r +
than 16 and not yet
The commercial cooking SB First ''Street.. "downtown. CHURCH SUNDAY
call
information
Miami 'for
;
class will train young mento
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8 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 11, 1966 ,, ,_ ... .. ",.'.' .......

\ \ BEAUTICIANS. DO YOU NEED ,f.""I. .. 'r; ',I" ,.... I' .,,'' R
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VFW Post will hold a spec- tj 1
.I ial meeting Sunday at 5 p.m. at {, ti,
4816 Pembroke Road. Members -
,
please be present. i cry

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The beauticians of West L o
Hollywood and Hallandale are h
having their annual dance on _: :
< 6
I < Saturday night at the Big
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The Bamboo public Club is invited.in Hallandale.Donation Father Theodore- Gibson installed ,Mrs., Claudia' Townsel, as president of ..

$1.25. ,Tables free. the Membership Association of Jollivette Plaza Senior Center on January 21. The
11 ********** installation took place at the Center,6319 NW 24th Place during the annual luncheon o'
The Florida Stars Leagueof meeting. Other officers installed included Hiram Porter, first vice president; '! Mrs m
,Fort Lauderdale is poppin'the Emma Jones, second vice; Mrs. Jessie Barton, secretary and Williford Young, treasurer -
pins pretty well. Burrows
Electric is in first place. Win- v
gate Auto' Parts rolled the After a delicious lunch, Father Gibson brought a very inspirational messageto \\
high three game Saturday. the assembled Center members and community leaders present. Mrs. Marie Bala- h

Total 1087 pins two weeks ban entertained in ger own inimitable way with several vocal renditions accompanied 01T

ago. at the piano by Bert Buckman. 1tC
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************ Jollivette Plaza Senior Center is one of the centers operated by Senior Cent

MR. BILL SIMMONS Willie Beckman of Ft- Lauderdale ters, Inc., as agency sponsored by United Fund and Metropolitan Dade County.The

Interantional Dean of Persulan Demonstratorsand celebrated his 21st center is open for membership to all persons in Dade County over 60 years of age. rfb
I birthday last Saturday at his offers of activities, casework, food services and health ,
one of the world's greatest hair styling instructors home. The center a program group
maintenance. For further information regarding program activities and membership
**********
All beauticians are invited to the Sunlight Beauty please call 691-5412 Mondays through Fridays from 95. rcc

School, 1113 NW 3rd Avenue, Tuesday,February.15 from WANTED. Two boys to sell *
9 a.m. tp 5 p.m. for an educational and informative demonstration Miami Times In Carver Ran- NOTICE ;,
by, Mr. Bill Simmons and his mighty staff of ches.Earn money!ig your spare SACRIFICE FRAME HOUSE Cosmetologist Unit No. 7 f',
time. See Bowe's Barber.. Shop
beauty experts. Mr. Simmons will be introducing the today. ONLY $2,915 met at the home of Mrs. M.
New Persulan formulated for $8,500 Kendrick. 6401 NW 12th Ave at m
Revolutionary Styling Jel 2172 NW 49 StreetNo
with 6 cent interest. 12 a.m. with the president
per
wigs as well as your own hair, along with new improved l Ie
benefits from the Great Persulan Plastic Press. Wig $500( DOWN qualifying. No closing siding. Meeting was called to a
Choice Northwest order after a hymn was
Area costs. House in rear of lot. sung
Styling and Hair Coloring will also be demonstrated.Bill Unfurn.' Rooming house. Room to build In front and a prayer. A goodly number
HOMES FOR SALE
Simmons, the prize winning stylist, is one of Clean, quiet, 5 bedroom, Owner must soil. Only were present. Unfinished b a
Call bath furs. Income $2950 with $1500 cash business was discussed and
2 pro-
the after teachers of hair
most
sought styling in the
down. plans are being made for an
TIP TOP REALTY perty. Come Sunday. 8013Mortgage Drive by then call
world having taught advance courses in beauty cultureat HW 14th place. R.A. Mueller, Realtor Educational Beauty Clinic to a
some of the nation's leading universities.Mr. 754-0483 Feb.18 PL 1-2401 be held on Feb. IS at Sunlight 0'
Beauty School sponsored by r,
N. H. Bronner, noted beauty lecturer will give Unit No. 7conducted by Bron- I
new trends in beauty shop customer promotion. Mr. Simmons ner Brothers and Geoffrey
_
.u u Bill Simmons
will be full of lucrative ideas to help you make Heard. Featuring

money during the period of wigs. So come early and & Loans ARE YOU READY?? beauty and experts.his All mighty beauticians staff of (I

you'll be in for the best educational demonstration' FINE CBS HOMES are asked to register for this (

performed by Bill Simmons and his mighty team of beau- Close in. 2-3-4 bedrooms. all important clinic.
M. Muldrow, president; E.
ty experts Many valuable door prizes! <, From $100 down. $60 ,mo. M. Half, reporter.

This educational clinic is bein g sponsored by Mi- \JOHN< SUM CALL 757-5724 I 1c

ami Cosmetologists Unit No. 7, Mrs. Marion Muldrow, AETNA REALTY
Would like to leave your
you
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2 bedroom, 1 bath, FHA terms. This well- Fla room, utility room, air cond.

kept CBS home features tile roof
awning $300 DOWN. $13 MO. ).ovely CBS, 3 bedroom, Utilityroom
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$300 DOWN. $10 MO. CBS, 2 bedroom, enclosed porch,
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Features 2 large bedroom, beautiful kitchen. .

Freshly painted inside and out. : $250 DOWN. $59 MO. CBS, 2 bedroom, utility room,

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Schools, shopping and buses.We NO QUALIFYING ON THE FOLLOWING j
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LARGE CBS 5 BEDROOM, 2 BATH. APpliances Royal Crown way of saying"thank
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furn. $400 down. $85 month. This lovely CBS down. s your grooming products. Enter often make'
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home features, tile roof, carport, beautifully rental area. Terms to suit. Must be seen. opt your own portable nothing to buy. just use official entry
| landscaped. radio/phonol' blanks available where Royal Crown products A"
$15 MO. PAYS ALL. CBS, 3 bedroom, 2 utility are sold or at your radio station.
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... ...... ... .., ... ..." 1. .. ..... THE MIAMI TIMES, -Friday, February 1), 1966 9 I
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,t People. Phil OssoferFebruary ri ,r

the shortest d a ; "____

Places. month is the month of broth-
erly' love proving that good

tj 1 Things. things come in small pack- IIII
ages. February contains the
birthdays of the Great Eman- .
'"Uilanu.. trii
Lawrence
Bf B. Cooper
cipator Abraham Lincoln and '

CHAT'S, THIS GENERATION COMING TO?" the father of his country,
_
Ueorge wasnington. it also 1
A teen-age junior high school girl was knifed last marks the day when we proclaim A rti
week in her school. The attractive girl's jaw was laid our love for our dear 4
by a knife wielded by another girl. ones (Valentine Day), and the
open Last week a 15-year-old youth was shot time when we demonstrate I, I'
to deathon
in words at least .brother- .
the campus of senior high school after he unloadedhis erhood Week. ]
(Brotherhood )
gun at a young man. The young man, in self defense' These observances are cele- i.
fired a single shot and killed the boy. brated throughout the land.

Frightened parents and others began wondering, February has another ob
"What this younger generation is coming to?" servance,Negro History Week, r4-
The younger generation is going thru the same way whose importance is not as
of life as their elders when they were rough teens. Only yet fully understood. Yet,
modem teens are bolder, !more vociferous and outspoken.We when it is recognized by ell .
teens of other years fought, cursed and were Americans it will be proclaimed NNPA'S DISTAFF MEMBERS WIN GOP ACCLAIM When 55,editors and pub-'

vicious, too, but we didn't have kni ves, guns or razors. as the most impor- lishers, representing the largest weekly Negro newspapers, ended the annual, midwinter -
We protected our hides, with two weapons, using an alternate tant of all. The reason? Because conference of the National Newspaper Publishers Association in Washingtonlast
it will herald the final
two in reserve a.s "spare tires." The main weap- consumation of the week as luncheon guest of the National Republican Congressional Committee,
ons were our fists for boys and tooth and nails for girls. which the other purposesfor obser- a consensus of opinion gave major credit to the NNPA distaff working press for the

The two alternate weapons were the saver of many vances became famous; the acknowledged, highly favorable impression made upon the Republican leaders of
losing battles-two fleet feet for when the fray was unity and equality of all Congress. Pictured in the reception room of the Capitol Hill Club where the pub-

too hot and a sense of impending defeat was evident, we citizens. lishers were entertained are, from left to right, Senator Hugh Scott (Pa.); Mrs.
reach for our beanie and haul/ I say this because I be- Eleanor Lofton, publisher of the Pittsburgh Courier; Representative Charles E.

There is a reason for the community as a whole to lieve that Negro history when Goodell (N.Y.); Mrs. Mildred Brown, publisher of the Omaha Star; RepresentativeBarber

be concerned about its youth, however.An openly will break taught down in the our prejudices school, B. Conable (N.Y.); Mrs. Jane Moore of the Pittsburgh Courier; Mrs. E.

intelligent, well groomed high school student proclaiming the inferiority' o f, Washington Rhodes of the Philadelphia Tribune; Mrs. Kenneth C. Coultier, of the
revealed that after he had withstood three beatings by the dark-skinned citizens. It Milwaukee Star-News; Representative Silvio 0. Conte (Mass.); Mrs. R. C. Jervay, of

roughs, he bought a gun, went home, told his mother will awaken all to the equal- the Wilmington (N. C.) Journal; Mrs. Olive Lonesome, of the St. Louis Argas.
what he had done, and his reason. He said he doesn't ity of all Americans. Without
carry the gun to school, but takes it to after-school affairs this knowledge of equality,
for "protection only." the founding of our country SEWING MACHINE ....
He also emphatically,' after questioning said that and the signing of the Eman- REPAIR SPECIAL
many students carry._guns to school and stash 'em in cipation will have been in Cleonod and oHed Jack's MEN'S WEAR

lockers, some take single-edged razors in their socks- vain, rendering the historic **Adu| .t all teii..1..,. JACK"
works of Washington and lin- SEE "MR.
and will use them! **Ch.ek monooand Control
coln ineffective. Under such FOR
At a meeting of students, this youngster suggesteda circumstances in which the *"Cluck* all needle wiring STYLES FOR ALL AGES

"stop and frisk" method at school dances and such, love of many has grown cold, "Chang Crrano.e belt Th V.ry Latest b M n'. F.......
but the idea was discarded as impracticable.
Valentine Day and Brotherhood
Work don. in horn. SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS
Yes, teens like to ""followfashion.." If one smokes Week will also become Total eo.t.......your............$3, ITALIAN SHOES .
another will take uo the habit. If one totes a rod an- meaningless.Let .
other will carry one..Iutas. we once heard: "Follow us minimize the impor- Domestic All Work Sewing Guaranteed Center I 944 NW 2nd Are. Miami, Florida
Mr. tance of Negro History Week
fashion killed Light burn's monkey! I
and its goals. ,When the history CALL 634-6242 .
"AND I ASK THE GUIDANCE OF ALMIGHTY GOD" of our country in which.--

both Black and White participated
Friday when we stood and watched Mrs. M. Athalie
is truthfully taught
Range on TV accept the appointment to the vacant seaton
honor and dignity will be af- {
Miami's city commission, a good feeling of delight dorded all citizens regardlessof
overwhelmed us, just as sure as the same feeling en- color, and peace and tranquility -
gulfed the whole.ommunity.This will not only become f.v

sprightly bit of a woman is 'a human dynamo.Her national but universal, as
soft thread-like voice pierces an audience or indivi- well.

dual and explodes in the ear. This is truly a remarkablewoman.

.
As we listened to her speech we almost lost trackof
what she was saying. Our mind flashed back to a

Wilkerson family I met through a brother, Howard. They
resided at 4th Avenue and 15th Street. There was a wispof

a young girl, extremely friendly with a ready smile. !
She was "smart as a whip." That was Athalie Wilkerson.

"Lee" to her family and chums.
Little did "Lee' know that it was written in "the

book" she was to become Mrs. M. Athalie Range, a dy-

namic, wonderful mother, business woman, bankerandto
be the first Negro to sit among her fellowmen to help >

guide the destiny of,the city she so well love.
We wish that Oscar Range Sr. is bathing in the
glory that his widow has brought to all of us.
Smilln Eddie Lee Pitt-
And, we too, Mrs. Range "ask the guidance of Almighty man, popular local businessman -
God!" Is the new owner -
c! the Ulve-inn Bar
1772 NW 79th St. Phone
ARE YOU READY?? (01-9431. He Invite all
his old friends to come
FINE CBS HOMES und meet new friends. I <
t REDUCE
Close in. 2-3-4 bedroom. Everyone welcome. Indf
Lose to 6 pounds
up
From
$100 down. $60 mo.

CALL 757-5724 WEEKLY ;
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!brochure 443-9741 444-4637 or You'll just love gentle electric


CafeIs 9 Morning Evening a.m. to Cla Classes 12 p.m.*et: clothes drying. it's flameless !


710 10 p.m. Saves lugging 2 tons of wash. walking 40 miles a year.
always thinking of and all the good REGISTER NOW FOR NEW
you CLASSES Better than sunshine, and more depend. No flame or fumes, so it needs no flue.
things would Try our T-Bone,
eating.
you enjoy with !-_' .. able. So convenient, day or night. Your Cheaper to buy cheaper to use.
Steaks.1/ lb.
Delmonico.Charcoal broil automatic electric will end
dryer washAdd to your joy of modern electricday's
all the It's mouth watering! Also weariest chore.
trimmings. living with the Flameless Four: Dryer,
try our Chitterlings Oysters, and Fried If ART WORK TouAifi Clothes dried electrically come out soft Washer "sit-own" Ironer, and super-

Chicken. We specialize in Grilled Pork Chops. A Public 20 Years Service Over er and fluffier than from the clothesline. fast, super-safe Water Heater.

P.S. Charcoal Broiled Steaks from 6 p.m.-9 Mold Q
Live in 0'
\- See electric appliance dealer today.
butter- your
hot
with Bus Boys
P.m. Try our Breakfast Special Cook

milk biscuits 'served with apple jelly and Gas Dishwashers Station Driver Porter

pure butter. Hotel & Home Maids

Meet all your friends in Prince's! the W. Appreciate BusinessA'FR Your

fastest little growing business in town!

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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday. February II, 1966c


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ATTENTION ;,. :;" '\ ::"j t'jjf ; lInOJ urt iiub'uy\ ,

CHURCH REPORTER!
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cation Church In the news cwrrentweek's for publl Transfiguration to Sponsor "Little World's' Fair FiestaAll 1GAMBLE'S

Issue must be In our office -

no (attrition 7 o'clock Monday roads will lead to the in full I swing, as outlined by scheduled to be held on the Whether or not you are a

evening. Publication ofnewt Church of the Transfigurationin the Foesta Committee on arrangements church's spacious parkingarea member of the Transfiguration

received aftor that / on Friday and for loads ,of fun, and grounds, will begin your presence is solicited;

time cannot bo guaranteed. Saturday, Feb. 18-19 during food, music, dancing games from 2 P.m. to 10 p.m. on Friday -> 'and from now until the music

which time Father Elisha S. rides and refreshments among and from noon to 8 p.m. stops on Saturday, Fez. 19 at

Clarke Jr. and his Episcopal other things. on Saturday. 8 p.m. the words are GO-GO

congregation will sponsor and Kiddies and adults. alike, Mark your calendar for Fri GO. Go to where the action

FIFTH CHURCH OF feature their annual Church will love that. But the best day and Saturday, Feb. 18-19 is-or at least-will be! MEMORIAL

SCIENTIST Fiesta. At least that is the thought of all is the fact that and stencil in the time. Get CHURCH OF GOD

way the folks around the the "action" outlined for this yourself and the kiddies ready Committee on Arrangementsare

1600 NW 54th Street neighborhoods are sizing up 1966 Fiesta, is all prescribedfor for an afternoon and evening Mrs. Jane D. Lewis, chairman .IN. CHURIST

the proposed outing which has the church-The Transfigu- chuck full of fun and frivolity.The ; Stanley Sweeting secre-

"Awakening to Newness ofLiCe" all the earmarks of a little ration-with the friendliest atmosphere attire will be casual, so tary-publicist, Mrs. Alice D.
is the title of a public "World's Fair." in the diocese. you may wear either your Harrison Treasurer, Leo Arm
lecture coming here Sun-
on
Preparations are all ready The affair and outing slacks or daks. brister.
day %eb. 13 under the spon-

sorship of the Church of
Christ ScicntistMiami. 5'i
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METROPOLITANRev. TRINITY AME ST. JAMES AME BAPTIST MINISTERS'COUNCIL


J. J. Williams, pastorOn 511 NW 4th Street Rev. J. B. Blacknell, pastor ELECTS S

last Sunday a most impressive Rev. C. C. Cowsen, pastor Bert Cooper, reporterAll OFFICERSThe n X
Communion servicewas i Mrs. Iva Smith, reporter following officers were 1 R

enjoyed by all who at roads will be leading to re-elected at a meeting of the

tended. Prior to morning wor- LIBERTY CHOIR UNION the doors of St. James on Feb. Council Jan. 26 at the St.

ship an old fashion prayer The Liberty Choir Union 20 when the Friendly' Church Luke Baptist Church.

meeting was conducted. will convene here Sunday, will be celebrating its annual Rev. Thedford Johnson

I The mixed voices of choirs i I Feb. 13'!at 3 p.m. Everyone is Homecoming. This affair is president Rev. C. J.' DUnleY,

number one and Gospel Chorus -invited to come out and witness one of the most important of first vice Rev. I. C. Mickins

.d rA furnished the music. Mrs.. this great and inspiring events held during the year. second vice Rev. J. E. Jen-

Lillie Mae Johnson was soloist ''program. You will hear the It is a day set aside for kins, financial secretary

1 for the day. Union Choirs at their best in good fellowship and as the Rev. K. E. Rogers, treasurer;

Our pastor delivered a spiritual and gospel singing. title suggests, the coming Rev. P. W. Williams, Bible
heart warming sermon. Many The Sweetfield Baptist Church home of all St. Jamesites and Expositor; Rev. F. L. Smith,

members and friends worshipped Choir No. 1 of Coconut Grove their friends, too! assistant Bible Expositor;

with us. is guest of the p.m.Devotional Class Leaders are alreadyin Rev. L. Turner, chaplain REV. JACKSONThe

Our annual Men's Day will service will'bo conducted by the midst of the big task of P.eW.. M. Tanner parliamentarian Mother's Board wishesto

Florence C. Southwell, be held on the fourth Sundayin Deacon Willie Lumpkin of contacting members for their ; Rev. Harold Brown, take this opportunity to invite -

C. S. B., a recognized teacher Ma tho All members are Jordan Grove Baptist and "pledges." public relations.The the public to its annual

and practitioner of Christian asked to help the captains Deacon James Jenkins of The following names are Rev. E. M. Porter, a ]Influence Drive. This service

Science from Orlando, will be achieve their goals.Metropolitan Christian "Baptist. Master of those who are on Yours Tru- visiting minister, presided 'will be held on Sunday, Feb-

the speaker. is proud of ceremonies will be Rev. ly's list: Mesdames Queen over the election. An instal- i ruary 13 at 3 P.m. The cap-

The event will begin at 3 its son, Police Officer Jesse Owens Taylor, minister of Smith, Zelma Jenkins, Anna lation program is anticipated i tains for the occasion are

p.m. in the Church of the Williams 111 for his heroic actions Jordan Grove and also a mem- Clark, Eddie Mae Range, Glen- at an early date. ;Sisters Ola Jackson, Thelma

Open Door, corner of 61st St. during the tragic fire ber of the Choir Union. dina Edwards, Beodis Perkins. Jackson, and Beatrice Jor-

and 8th Ave. Admission is that claimed many lives alst Trinity Choir No. lis host. and Barbara Barnett. don; the co-captains are Sis-
week. Mr. Williams is the son The members of the Union "S.February. GRACEPRESBYTERIAN
free and open to the public. ters Josephine waldon Emma
Mrs. Southwell was form- of our pastor and is an active would like to dedicate the is a short month Cobbs and Bessie Reynolds.

erly assistant manager of a member of the Gospel Chorus following prayer to all who but Mrs. Martha Nicholson has Pastor J. C. Jackson will

Florida business firm, but resigned and other church activities. ,might read it: some great things a brewing As we observe Race Relations be the speaker for the hour

in order to devote full Sis. Rosa Allen is our hon- Almighty God, our Father, I I for her effort as chairman for Sunday, we will have as and Elder A. C. Nance will be

time to the Christian Science oree this week for turning in Thou who hast made us and by the February-Ites. Let's do i our morning speaker, DonaldW. acting Master of ceremony.
the highest amount of class our best to help these'mem- Jones president of the
healing ministry. She later whose gifts we live, open our Mother Willie Norris, spon-
dues for the month. Many bers of the month of Pres- ]NAACP for Greater Miami.
completed a normal class to eyes that we may truly behold sor and Ch.Mother Elder J. C.
become an authorized teacherof thanks to you and all. Thee, and beholding ,Thee, dents and Hearts! |Morning worship at eleven.In Jackson, pastor; P. Seabrooks,

the religion, and is now on reflect'iThy grace .in the}. way the evening at seven, reporter.
treat the guest speaker will be the
tour as a member of the Boardof we others.
Lectureship of the First EBENEZERRev. McGHANEY SPEAKS Rev. Henry Koons, pastor of

Church of Christ, Scientist, in A. D. Hall, pastorE. MT. SINAI BAPTIST the newly organized Sout SALTERS CHAPEL
Condemn not and shall
ye I i minster United Presbyterian
Ingram '
Boston Mass. reporter
Rev. }i. J. Benson
not be condemned pastor
forgive and
"Soul" as another 689 NW 47th Terrace ; i Church in South Miami.We .
for God will be the subject name of Sunday February 13 is the Rev. S. A. Thomas, pastor ye shall be forgiven. Luke look forward to giving Flossie Marshall, reporter

observance of Race Relations a donation to our denomination
Chrsitian Science services Dorothy Chaney, reporter 6:37.I
In spite of the cold weather
this Day throughout the 'Methodist n this life we are con- "Funds For Our Freedom -
worls.Sunday The throughout will the Church. The Bethune-Cookman Sunday has been designated fronted with many things, but ," which will be our financial Sunday a great crowd of
sermon be
made of Biblical College Choir will render a as your night, the Commun- we can overthrow all of them i contribution to the worshippers witnessed a wonderful -
up referencesread concert program at 11:00 a.m. ity's Night. This is the night if we have faith strong enough (civil rights movement. message by the pastor.

alyemately with corresponding You are invited to come and that we invite you, our friendsto in prayer, oh, not that I am Remember you are always We were glad to have Mrs.

passages from the hear this famous group that is come and join in this Christian stronger than you or anyone welcome at Grace. Ruth Twiggs back. She had
denomination's
notebook. nationally known to be one fellowship. Our speakerfor else, but I find that is much been sick.

-- among the very best. We are the evening is our own easier at these time to pray Sunday Salters Chapel will

SHILOH I urging all members and friends Mrs. Clara Brooks. I am sure unpleasant things off, than to MT. CARMEL leave at 10 a.m. for Perrineto

Rev. A. M. Griffin come prepared to make a fin- that you don't want to miss argue or fight them off. 'Because worship in the 11 a.m. ser-
pastor ancial contribution to the this message. most times this is true, 225 NW 14th Terrace vice.We are asking our friendsto
Sis. C. M. Myles
reporter
Pies will be on sale Sat- special offering.We Sunday morning the ser- that whatever we give, the Louise McGriff, reporter come and go with us.
urday at the home of Sis. Wood- are now well organized vice will be in the hands of name shall we receive. I know Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastorWe On the third Sunday at 3

son, 2136 NW 75th St. with the program of the church, Junior Church. We also invite that we can't please everyonebut had a wonderful Sunday p.m. the Missionary and Cru-

There will be a food sale with the launching of the An- you to come and join in the we can start today to try. School lesson last Sunday. sadres will have a joint program
Let's not condemn let's Come and be with us Sunday of various
Saturday at the home of Sis. nual Calendar Rally, the mem- service. not speakers.
Riser, 1237 NW 63rd st. bers are expressing much en- Let us not forget Mrs. Lula be the one who always look morning. Our pastor delivereda

All juniors are asked to be thusiasm.The Daniels, who is in St. Francis for forgiveness, let's be the wonderful sermon Sunday ZION HOPERev.
present Saturday at 4:30 public is invited to Hospital and our other sick one that is forgiving. So untila morning and again that night.

and please have themto p.m. attend the St. Valentine Tea and shutin members.In later date, if God's will, The Junior Choir will have P. Freeman, Pastor
parents
the church Sunday morning sponsored by the Junior Usher order to build a string my prayers for all of you. its anniversary at 3 p.m. on Sister E.. Jackson, Reporter

at 9:15 to go on the air. Board, Sunday, February 13, church yoU must first build and Sunday.hear Come andbe with them Services were spiritually

Sunday evening at 3 p.m. 4 p.m. your community and friendshipis MT. CALVARY good singing. high all day last Sunday.On .
Remember the sick
Rev. Johnson will preach in Steward Board Nos. 1,2,3 the highest degree of perfection and and shutins Feb. 12, the No. 2
behalf of our Men's Day Drive. will be in charge of class in the community. Don't Next Sunday I is Youth Dayat those who have lost some Ushers Board will have a sale

You're always welcome to meeting on Tuesday night. forget Community Night Sun Mt. Calvary. Let us come some of their loved ones. with plenty of good things to

visit with us. Let us not forbet to visi I 'day. Will we see you? out and support these young eat at the home of Sister Kine-

------ the sick and shutins.SistersIda people. They need your sup LILY WHITES cat e, 1812NW 51st St.Nothingover

BETHLEHEMRev. Mae Lowe and Jonnie Mae FRIENDSHIPRev. port! CALRNDAR TEAFEBRUARYS 35 cents, so please stop
I Poitier Jackson Memorial Ward No. three will have a by.
I Oscar West, pastor Hospital sister Phyllis Mays, J. E. Jenkins, Pastor dinner sale at the home of A musical program will be

Mary T. Hopkins, reporter Mt. Sinai and Bro. M. M. Lewis i,Sis. Ruby Lee Carr, Reporter Mrs. Caldonia Harris, 350 NW The Lily rendered Thursday, Feb. 17 at
Whites
A very interesting lesson Jackson Memorial. Sunday services were won 22nd St., apt. 32. The day for Miami District invites of the 8 p.m. by the juniors of the

was taught in the Sunday derful throughout the day with the sale is Saturday, Feb. 12. its 2nd annual Calendar you to church.
School. Come and be with us You are invited. Feast Let us remember
our pastor delivering a most Sunday, February 20 at Greater to pray for
GREATER ,
NEWMACEDONIA
Sunday at 9:30 a.m. powerful sermon morning and Bethel AME Church the sick and shut-ins. Visitorsare
245
Sunday services were spi- night. We had a good old fash- NEW MT. MORIAHRev. NW 8th street from 3:30 thru always welcome at Zion
ritually high throughout the ioned soul Hope. Please
stirring covenant 6:00 come again.TEMPLE .
Prizes
Rev. Roscoe Jackson, Pastor p.m. will be gi.
with our pastor preaching r
day meeting.
out of his soul both morning Willie J. Beard, Reporter We are continuing in A. L. Shipp, pastor yen to the public.
r and prayer Evelyn L. Souter, reporter Margaret Carey, district de.
a night. Services on the first Sun- for our sick and those in dis- puty.
r The youth of the church' in tress. Our deepest sympathyto The Missionary Society
the General
day second month of the election was held Feb. Mrs. Florence
are sponsoring a dinner sale Sis. Marie Scott and Sis. 18 Hepburn president -
new year were high and holy. Feb. 3. All officers were re-
at the home of Mr. will sponsor a Pew
Saturday, Rebecca James!* in the loss of
y The pastor,both choirs and elected, except the No. 1 Rally
and Mrs. Howard Delaughter ANNOUNCEMENTYou Sunday at 3:30 p.m. at
of their sister, Sis. Lettis
choir in which
usher boards gave orchids to our new presi- the church. Friends
1136 NW 47th Terr. Please Neal and also Bro Ned are invitedto
Choir No. 2 for the display of Jen- dent is Mrs. Channie M. Col- are
cordially invited and
come
help them in this effort kins in the loss of his father- lins. to enjoy the program
The women of the Home their new brown and beige in-law in Pelham, Ga. Special Choir attend the services of the that has be en prepared for the
No. 2 will have Bethel
an
robes. They are beaufiful. Apostolic occasion.The .
Mission Temple
are busy planning for
wishes
get-well to master after service
program Sunday Eastern
their anniversary March 13. On Sunday afternoon, mem- District Council. Rev. Khimeri, missionary -
Richard Yates in Jackson Me- night: Choir,No. 3 will have Which will
Our deepest sympathy to bers, he's not forget, we are morial. Also to Sis. Essie Mae convene February from Tunisia, North Africa,
a'3 p.m. program Feb. 20. We 14 thru
Dec. and Sis Raleigh New- to accompany the pastor to the Robinson' 20, at 2310 NW 58th will be the speaker at the 11
brother Leroy
are asking all :membefs to St. Come
berry in the loss of her motherin Day Spring M. B. Church to Johnson in Jackson. Visitors, be and here the dynamic a.m. service. He has been in
please present Sunday
so teaching
Fitzgerald, Ga. close out the 3 p.m. sessionof are always welcome at Friend- we can get our chairman CorWoman' word of Ood.Presidinl and. preachin g of the this area for some time, speaking -
You are always welcome to the Seaboard Baptist Asso-ship. in the interest of an orphanage -
Day.
the ;going church for the co- ciation. The address is 2999 Corns to church and : Bishop Samuel for unfortunate children -.
hayft. Remember the! Primes
ming Ov''. ., NW< 62nd St. Time 3 p.m. your faith lifted.( lit. shutins'hr' our prayers! sick l i ins, pastor., mother Doris R. Ak- is Invited.in of his.country.. The public,



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FII About fik'I Negro Girls -Jr -



By Jimmie "Scoop" Bethel GettingPrettier rK H sv k K rJ

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iORLD NEWS IN BRIEF. '. Mike Quill,TWU boss t

Bat 60. Sympathy for a champion of men The in-

\ional Vienna-born Hedy Lamarr who got fame in

I films like "Exstaxy" (1934), being charged with Negro girls are getting prettier ,I {

ling a pair of bikini panties from a May Co. Dept. Ebony asserts magazine.the February issueof I
1
The song and dance craze in New York is Better diet and better living -,
the Miami "Candy Mossier Twist." A new dis- for American Negroes has

|ue dance, consisting of one woman and seven men resulted in a generation that is
ale jurors and one judge. It was introduced at the better built and better looking

tone Nite Club on Times Sqiaure Livingston L. says the Negro monthly maga-

Kte to continue as head of HAR-YOU-ACT NewCity's zine.

I boro president, Mrs. Constance Motley to Documenting the point with

lup city job to become presidential appointed Fed- photos, Ebony cites results of LII

"an informal, but most enjoyable _
[District Court Judge, taking a $5,000 cut in pay. ., survey" girl watchers

i is some resentment among party members that sheo across the U. S. and the NASSAU, Bahamas Sir Stafford Sands, Minister for Finance and Tourism,
more for party and race as boro president. scientific fact behind it. and Lady Sands meet the Rt. Rev. and Mrs. Herbert Bell Shaw at a banquet id the

eople are talking araout the late Malcolm X murder Doctors give most of the Sheraton-British Colonial Hotel here. The banquet honored 100 prominent American

and the way it is being conducted. Earl Fatha' credit to better nutrition, ministers and their wives who helped to raise $120,000 to construct the new St.
fc and family left by TWA jet from Kennedy Airport starting even before birth, and
Joseph's African Methodist Episcopal Church here. Sir Sta ford was principal speaker -
five month concert tour which including everything from cod
on a will in-
urope liver oil at the dinner and delivered the second lesson at dedication services. Bishop
major city from Rome to Sweden. to school programs.
every Prettier Negro girls reallyare Shaw, who is presiding bishop of the AMEZ's Third Episcopal District, led the
******************** a kind of by-product of a drive for the funds and delivered the dedication sermon at the church. Sir Staffordand

(GREATER MIAMI AND AROUND. Robbers broked worldwide trend, the result of Lady Sands hosted the minister at their home, Waterloo, where they were in-
dietary advances and new med members of the Bahamian Cabinet and Senate well other
sacked the Poney Stable Club, Ala Baba St. off ical know-how, Ebony says.'Itroduced nent f local to citizens. as as promi-

Avr. Prop. Grace Lee Smith informed this reporterthe Even the Japanese are getting

( police that several hundred dollars was stolen taller, the magazine points PRE.VALENTINEFASHIOHETTE
SALTERS CHAPELRev. WELCOME/ WELCOME
[ other merchandise "Miss Bronze of 1965" Alt' out.The

McGill made the fact known that she is a Hallan- average 14-year-old E. J. Benson, pastor You are cordially invitedto
lassie, now living at 1029 Hall Pl., Bronx. Herr Negro boy today has outgrownhis SUNDAYChoir Flossie Marshall, reporter an afternoon of music and

; Theodore McGill,'is a pioneer resident of Hallan- parents, Ebony points out. No. 2 of Greater poetry, which will be'present-
Getting back to girls, beauty -' The laymen of the South ed by of our talented
many
That Hallandale hostess, Elizabeth Bowers, Bethel AME Church invites
Florida District
aren't the held their
experts letting under the auspices
(beautiful looker. Diana McCray returned to New you to attend its PreValentine teenagers
business
nutritionists claim all the meeting Sunday. of St. Nicholas West Indian
by Eastern Airlines after visiting Mr. and Mrs. credit. They "laud the Negro Fashionette,Sunday, Feb- Elder J. B. Blake of the West Catholic Church, 5861 NW 17
wood Smith and daughetr, Kirkland 'a school teachof girl's new selfawareness"and ruary 13, 4 to 6 p.m. at 245 Miami District brought the Ave. on Sunday, Feb. 20 at 4

[ Opa-locka Deepest sympathy to family of say she has found the NW 8th street.Mr. message for the morning. A p.m. Come and enjoy a glorious
lie Davis of Hollywood. His sons are "Pinky Dot" grooming know-how to make David Ivey, president,luncheon was served at 3 p.m. program that you'll never for-

pe and Leonard '. Robert Edgerson took over New the most of her natural assets Rev. S. A. Cousin, pastor; The business session began get. sponsored by the Trustee
Mrs. Lee Ouion, chairman.
fat the Florida State Hospital. He is the husband of Ebony says. r with Mrs. Irene Taylor,, Board.

former Beatrice Bethel The handsome Edwin on Saturday, February 12th president.in charge.
TIME
dtack) Perpall is still a bachelor. JESCA from 9:30 a.m. to 12:00 noon.

.. Boys and girls between the Games, sports and refreshments Guess whose birthday it TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO

CIVIL AIR PATROLThe ages of 7 and 14 are invited to for all. Members of the was January 31? Mrs.and Agnes CHURCH SUNDAY I
Davis our secretary sup-
boys club from the
participate in a Saturday morn teenage
erintendent of the
Sunday
John F. Kennedy Civil ing "Teen Time" at the Liberty YMHA will cOeJO).xtsor the af
School She is only 29.
Air Patrol Cadet SQuadron will Square Housing Project fair.

present theii first assembly

program for the year 1966 at
Booker T. Washington High

_- school auditorium. The pro- 'N
ir
gram will begin 10 a.m. Feb.
10.

Taking part in the .
program
will be Morris Allen, Henry
Rutledgc, Adman Duggins, ATJTftJTTWI &

Bernice Ash, Freddrick Bloom, RENT ? .
F Charlie Coosby and Robert
Wilcox (senior member). The

prelude will be played by Les-
------- lie Thomas. Mrs. Mable Glo-

UAH MEMBERS ARE ver's chorus will be taking


:VOTED DERS COMMUNITY part speaker. Leech in the will,program.group be Major commanderfor The WalterB. guest own' your own home for I as little asA


Group 22 Florida Wing of
'oble Jackson's Masonic the Civil Air Patrol. There also ,
iation includes member- will be members of the

| in the Blue Lodge, Royal U. s. Air Force.

h. Knight Templar ana there The public Is cordially invited r.
and at present is thef to attend.PRACTICAL. _
Raban of Kazah No.

Noble Jackson also NURSES w
Its as advisor to the Daughof -
Isis. TEA MONDAYThe MONTHRHH

M a community worker, Licensed Practical'M .

Pe Jackson was a Boyt Nurses Organization will

leader for 13 years andw sponsor an evening tea Monday

< Institutional Represen- Feb. 14 8 p.m. at the
e for his church. Noble home of Mrs. Madeline Johnson

hon was elected chair- 5320 NW 30th PI. Mrs. Grant
lof the advisory committeehe will be guest speaker. The

| Dade County Schoold public is invited.in .
for the Planning and
ding of Northwestern Sen-
Dade County and the remaining -
|Uigh School and is past technical
son is a
dent and secretary of the
I phi an Club, the YMCA, engineer in marine acoustics. '
1 Noble Jackson is a faithfuland *-k'" ;& rwrt; i iThat's
County
Community Rela-
active member of St. Paul:
Committee and the Slum AME Church in Coconut Grove. --_._._. -
|rance Committee in Coco-
under the pastorate of Rev. NEW LIBERTY
rove are other organizathat He HOMES ESTATES
have Temperance E. Wright. All Homes Feature:
benefited from
his church as a memberof right! The new housing bill makes any servicemanor 213th ST.
hid and participation ofh serves class leader ( woman) eligible lor a ZOO down payment on a home. That's Terrazzo floors '
chorus,
Jackson the male why you must come see liberty Homes Estates, adjacent, Sodded lots a jJBERTY MO ECS >
[hen the Rice Brothers and chairman of the trustee Liberty Gardens in booming northwest Miami If you want the 75' x 100' minimum SARDENS
Jwal was at its height of board. thrill of living in your own home it less than'you'd pay'for rent size lot
I'arity' Melvin Noble Jackson is truly one come see our three model houses today. You'll live better in City water and t? 211th ST, .
Jackson
of our society.We Homes EsI.tes.8EAUTlFUL sewage system
Liberty
'led of the pillars
| the circuit as a trum- Noble Raban Sliding patio doors z z
layer in the band. greet you Choice of exterior

of sports, especially Kazah No. 149 meets the all this and morel
lall second and fourth Tuesday of Close to major
the and can be seen quiteat the month at 8'P.m. e preiiv iys close CANAL.
Orange Bowl root- 11,7DO 13,400
)
to shoppingl
k his favorite team.to There are hundreds of TO r113td :
everywherewho
each life some rain Kazah members BUILT BY THE JANISCORPORATION
1 fall and it are devoted communiy
happened to
ackson family when one leaders. Another Shriner who VA and FHA FINANCING $T.

fas lost overseas in 1953y can be given credit for out
| Divine Providence the standing community work and

|on family had been bles- leadership is Noble Melvin
with other children who Reid Jackson, a resident of
1 to grow to manhood and the Miami area for over' 40
nhodd and became up years, who for 16 years servedas I
land worthwhile citizens. manager of the Florida
:
daughter works 'for' the State Employment.ervinl'Service'intie and N.W. 27th AVENUE at 211th STREET PHONE 6244071il
I Guidance Center' two is presently
ters are teaching School capacity as unit supervrsori





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12 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 11, 1966 ..III..UCARD
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rnAn"I
RANGE. RAHMINGS. .

Mrs. Katherine Taylor of
Mrs. Ora Lee Haywood of Ernest wiley, a resident of 419 NW 13th St. APt. 3 diet
CARDS MEMORIALS -DEATHS 1542 NW 68th St., died at her 1339 NW 6th Ave died Feb. 3. Feb. 6 at Jackson Memorial
daughter -
is survived by one
He
residence Feb. 6th following along Hospital. Funeral service
period of illness. Mrs. Mrs. Merline McNiel two will be held Saturday Feb. 12
instructor in the sons, Arthur and Eugene;
Haywood an
at Mt. Olivette Baptist
3:30
p.m.
OF THANKS CARD OF THANKS IN MEMORIAMIn Dade County public school 14 grandchildren and one Church with Rev. I. C.
Isaac
The of the late system was the daughter of great-grand; one brother officiating.
family Mickins pastor
Other
loving memory of and Mrs. N. F. Clark of Wiley of Nassau.
The family of the late Rev. in the
WILLIAM MOTON .- ....... Church. realtives and friends. Funeral Remains will repose
Matthews Baptist
St.
4 Friday
chapel beginning p.m.
wish to acknowledge with sin- Besides her parents she is I services were held Wednesday funeral time Saturday
cere thanks the kind expres- b survived by three young child- in the chapel with Dr. Lambert until Survivors include
afternoon.
sion of your sympathy.The ren and one brother Thomas Sands of st. Agnes Episcopal Taylor
BurialIn one daughter; Anita ;
Church officiating.
| Ferguson and other relatives.
one brother; Ulysses Jones;
Family She will lie in repose at the Evergreen cemetery.
two nieces; one nephew; one
N | chapel beginning 2 p.m. Fri-
Little Grady Blount Jr. aunt; one uncle and several
i day. At 8 p.m. the AKA sorority -
ap the infant of Mr. and Mrs. other relatives and friends.
IN MEMORIAMIn will hold its services in son
the chapel and on Friday at 8 Grady Blount Sr of 1719 NW Mrs. Arabella Bethel of
sad but loving memory of a.m. she will be placed in St. 1st PI. died Feb. 6 after a 1405 NW 611t St. Ap1 died
Matthews Baptist Church brief illness. Funeral services Feb. 2 at jackson Memorial
r where she will lie in repose were held Wednesday in the Hospital. Funeral services will
until the funeral home of 2 chapel with Rev. Samuel be held Saturday Feb. 12 4

., .rw p.m. Burial will be in Lin- Atchison officiating. Burial p.m. at Ebenezer Methodist
: coln Memorial cemetery. in Evergreen Cemetery. Besides Church with Rev. Aaron D.

'" C. : .. his parents he is survived Hall, pastor officiating. Remains -

.,, -., Frank Williams of 767 NW by sisters, brothers will repose in the chapel
->! ft' 70th St. died at Jackson Me- grandparents, aunts and uncles beginning 3 p.m. on Friday

+., -a. r ,. _, A... morial Hospital Feb. 9. and other relatives.Will until 11 p.m. Friday. Remainswill
,
:
MRS. O. V. SMITH J Survivors include his widow repose at her home beginning -

who died January 28, wish to Albertha two daughters his Mitchell of 1132 JJW 6 a.m. Saturday until
thank the neighbors and )1,.......__ .- .. parents a grandmother one 1st'Pl. and one of the victims funeral time Saturday afternoon -
friends for cards, telegramsand MRS. MARY CLARK SIMMONSwho sister, a brother, and other who died in the fire of Sat. survivors include two
floral pieces. Special departed this life Thursday relatives. Services are incom- Feb. 5 is survived by one sons; George and William

: thanks to First Baptist Church February 4, 1965. plete. daughter Mrs. Bessie Roker; Bethel; one daughter; Mrs.

and Zion Hill Baptist Church. She is gon e but not for a son-in-IawAlbert. Rokerone- Valarie Wilborn; 2 sisters;
,'I' We love her but Jesus gotten. Johnnie Randolph, Jr. of granddaughter Mrs,. Roxie Mrs. Mary Cash and Mrs.
, loves her best. 14621 Filmore St., Richmond Kravity and one greatgrandson. Frances Johnson and a host
Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Saunders'Heights died at SO. Miami Funeral services will be of other relatives and friends.

\ Roy. Viola and Flossie Hospital on Feb. 9. He was a held Sat. Feb. 12 in the chapelat

REV. ALBERT JONES IN MEMORIAM student at Mays High school 2 P.m. with Rev. George L. Frank Phillips of 325 NW
and the of Mr. and Mrs. officiating. Burial 10th died Feb. 5 at his
who departed this life Feb. .._.. ... _.- -.-.... ..,- son Sawyer St
IN MEMORIAM Johnnie Randolph Sr. He is will be at Evergreen Cemetery. home. Funeral arrangementsare
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4. 1965. f--
i ,'fI .' .. survived by three brothers, incomplete.
Gone, but not forgotten
t .. Gregory Eric, Timothy; one Willie Ross 1132 NW 1st .
No one knows of the sadness.. j .
Only those who have lost can sister Lisa; grandparents Pl. and one of the victime who
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ferguson died in the fire of Sat. Feb. 5 ALBERT. .
tell.
j ; and Mrs. Ella Cooks and is survived by friends. Graveside
.'\":',.,; Mrs. Ella Jones, wife other relatives. Funeral services services will be held Monday Samuel R. McKenzie, 1510

The Jones Family 4 Saturday Feb. 12 at 10 Feb. 14 at 10 a.m. NW 42nd St.. died Feb. 4.
." a a.m. at Bethel Baptist Churchof Walter Griffith of 1329 NW Services were held Wednesdayfrom

Richmond Heights. Burialat 6th Ave died on Feb. 6. He is Mt. Olivette Baptist
,' '.,t CARD OF THANKS Paradise Memorial Gardens. survived by one sister Mrs. Church. Survivors are two

,.t" : Ivy Burton of New York; one daughters Madames Sally
.
The family of the lateALFRED Johnnie Lee, Sheila and nephew Louis Mayers and one Jones Barber Parrish; one
..
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",. ; Ronnie Washington of 1132 niece Norma Mayers, other son, Samuel Jr., six grandchildren -
NW 1st Place died on Sat- relatives and friends. Funeral five aunts, one uncle.
urday Feb. 5. They were three services are incomplete.
young victims of a total of 10 Frank Pearson Jr., Chris-

who died as the result of a Frank Harvest, of 580 NW topher Columbus Pearson

MRS. ROSA BETHUNEwho fire. They are survived by 21st Ter., died at Jackson Sylvia Ann Pearson Collier
parents one brother, grand- Memorial Hospital after a brief Ann Pearson Collier Mar-
i:, departed this life Feb. parents and other relatives. illness. He Issurvived by his shall Pearson all of 1132
DEACON LAFAYETTE CAIL 10. 1965. Chapel services were con- wife Bertha and a sister Ethel NW 1st Place died Feb. 5. All
, passed February 13 1958. Oh! precious memories how ducted Wednesday. remains
Larry. Other relatives and were sent to Gainesville -
His life is a beautiful memory .. they linger friends. Funeral arrangements Fla. Friday for final
His absence is a silent grief How they ever flood my soulIn Herbert A. Williams of are incomplete.Paul rites and burial. Survivors are
He sleeps in God's lovely the stillness of the midnight 1333 NW 66th St. died on Feb. parents one sister grand-

garden 2nd following an extended Miller of 3664 SW parents.
In sunshine and in perfect J'i" Sacred secrets they unfold period of illness. He is survived -27th St. died at home on Feb.
,
: peace. Sleep on dear and take your by daughters, including 9. Funeral arrangements are Larry Oswald Wright 2501
I When the day of toil is done rest Mesdames Elizabeth Williams incomplete NW 162nd Terr., Opa-locka
t When the race of life is run, LEE MIKELL Ve love you but God loved Meriese E. Moore Hazel Dor-, died Feb. 5. Survivors are
I Father, grant thy wearied one you best. sett and Augusta Johnson; mother father 2 brothers
: rest for evermore." wishes to thank its many Willie Bj Allen, daughter two sons, Willard and Handley :Marcellus Simon; 2 sisters aunts uncles. Services Sa-
I' friends for their kindness and Flora Fayson sister Williams; one brother; Royal 'Mrs. Willie Parker and turday 2 p.m. Greater New
; Leona Call, wife prayers during the illness and Mollie Wilder sister 15 grandchildren; 2 great- I other relatives. Services will Bethel Baptist Church Opa-
''I Emma Call, mother death of their loved one. Alfred grands and other relatives. 1 be conducted Friday Feb. 11 locka.

(7 7f who was the victim of a CARD OF THANKS Funeral services will be conducted -.at 4 p.m. at Greater Bethel

: freakish gasoline tank acci- on Thursday Feb. 10 'AME Church. Mrs. Izetta Murray 15960
IN MEMORIAM dent lived for five weeks and The family of the late at 3 p.m. at St. Agnes Epis- Bunche Park Sen. Dr., Opa-
", three days.He Was hospitalizedat RAYMOND WILLIAMS copal Church. Frank Troy of 6601 NW 12 locka died Feb. 6 Arranae-

} In loving memory of our Jackson Memorial Hospital ,gratefully acknowledge the Ave. APt. 6 died at Veterans ments are incomplete.W. .
I t dear husband and father where the doctors and nurses I kindness and expressions of Mrs. savannah Coleman of 'Adm. Hospital on Feb. 9th.

I'i -__ _M gave him the best medical i sympathy from friends and 943 NW 65th St. died Feb. 2 I two sons, Frank Jr. and Stanley D. Shatton 1132 NW
' .-.- science could afford. Thanksto i neighbors during their time of following an extended periodof three brothers; Arnold 1st PI., died Feb. 6. Arrangements
I' all who visited him and l, bereavement. illness. She is survived by Leroy and Otis; 3 daughters are incomplete.Rev. .
, prayed for him.A special thanksto i Special thanks to the Rev. two brothers Otis and Artis I I Mrs. Naomi McGill Juanita

: 1* J '}WI, Rev. C. W. Wade, pastor of'Cousin and Rev. Hicks and Jones an aunt, Mrs. Henrietta Jackson and Thelma) Troy C. M. Lawrence 1918C
St. Mark Baptist Chatman and other relatives. I and other relatives.
r the Gospel Choir and all Arrangements NW 3rd Ct. died Feb. 8.
I : Church and Rev. George Cle- others of Greater Bethel AME Services were held Tuesday, I are incomplete. Arrangements are incomplete.
, :. mentson minister of Westminster Church. Also special thanksto at Jordon Grove Church.

tL Presbyterian Church for the Francis Funeral Home.
,} + f ," their weekly visits to pray Loars Glenn of 1830 NW '
" :, with Alfred. With grateful Vernon Ford niece and 46th St. died Feb. 3 He is

I \ ,. hearts we thank the St. John Family survived by his mother Mrs.
1 II' ; tj Baptist Church family and Alpha Hattie Mae Glenn a sister RAHMINGS FUNERAL HOME
Chi Pi Omega sorority CARD OF THANKSThe Mrs. Lizzie Mae Daniels a
I //ii. thanks to the neighbors of 15th brother A'cellus Glenndaughter -

( / '. Ave and 68th St and Terr and family of the late Ruby Jean Glenn and Formerly M. S. Allen Funeral HomeA
1 S f'l'I also the neighbors of 23 Ave MRS. EVELYN BLACK other relatives. Local\ services -

I r'i : for their dedds of kindness. who passed away Jan. 19, will be conducted on Friday sympathetic and understanding service to
I Thanks to Mrs. Range and the 1966. wishes to express our Feb. 11 at 2 p.m. at First
/ Range Funeral Home for their thanks and appreciation to the Baptist Church of Brownsvillehe everyone
CHARLES WILLIAMS efficient service. neighbors and friends for their will thereafter be sent to

who departed this life on Jan- Death is but a steppingstone cards, floral pieces telegramsand Clayton, Ala for final rites and OWNERS
uary 12, 1965. to that eternal life in other acts of sympathy burial.

He is gone but not forgot which there's no unhappiness during our bereavement. ----- Lewis Buster Newbold
ten. We loved him, but God no suffering or strife and so. Special thanks to Rev.N. F. Mrs. Margaret S. Lee of Manager
( loved him best. May his soul our ''oved one is at peace and Clark of St. Matthews Baptist 1269 NW 44th street died at William L. Carey, Jr.

rest in peace. where there is light and gladness Church and the Range Funeral Jackson Memorial Hospital Harry L. Rolle
and we see God face to Home for their excellent ser- Feb. 6. She had been a resi-
Fannie Williams wife face. vice. dent of Miami since 1925. She Mrs. Helen Harris
Julian Williams, father is survived her Mathew H.
The Black Family by father. Rahmings, L.F.D.
Five brothers
one sister
. and other relatives STAFF

I IN MEMORIAMIn RICHARDS I Mrs. Helen Perkins, Secretary
{Jittralti fftrmorml
Infant Girl Curry, the three- $Jnrh Harold Perkins

memory of our dear day-old daughter of Mr. and You do Not hove to own Grave Space In LINCOLN Sherman Carey

mother and grandmotherMRS. Mrs. James Curry 1212 NW MEMORIAL PARK, 3001 NW 46ih St. to bury loved Charlie Jordon
1st Place died at Jackson
MOLLIE STEWARTwho onu. Just Tell your funeral director this Is your wish.It .
departed this life Feb. Memorial Hospital on Feb. 7. will bo don.

I 11, 1954. Graveside services were GATES OPEN EVERY DAY INCLUDING HOLIDAYS 1144 NW 3 AVENUE PHONE:
3718343Day
We loved her but God loved held at Evergreen Cemetery A 2 mo. pre-need sale
grave space now going on.
, her I>e.t.j Wednesday morning.She is survived MI NW46TH STREET or Nighta.
by her parents and three NEHIJ7
sisters. NE 4- 197 E. Johnson Manager OX 1-9199
Stewart and Wilkins Families



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SfS1I'FflrEIJ\( HELP WANTED ARE YOU READY HOUSING SUIT

1S.
Housekeeper under 40. Per- FINE CBS HOMES and James E. Scott projects,
manent job. Live-in free to and the one on NW 64th SU and
T5 WORDS OR LESS $1.25. 50 FOR EACH ADDITIONAL WORD. travel. Summertime live in Close I tn. 23-4 bedrooms. 27th Ave., which have all Negro

DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS Chicago. Pleasant job. Private From $100 down. $60 mo. tenants. Three housing
WEDNESDAY NOON units in white residentialareas
room and bath. Prefer one who
-- CALL 151-5124
FOR SALE FOR SALE drives. Please call 865-8713. are said to have all
FOR RENT AETNA REALTY white tenants.

t the I luxury home that has 3-bedroom Female person with experiencein (Broker) The court is being asked to
frything for the discriminateer with CBS beautiful home Rooms. Feel at home. Newly men's alterations. Must be 811 NW 54 STREET issue a temporary injunction,
at 1147 NW 46th St. separate garage, sprinkler -furnished house. Quiet, refinene neat. Apply 717 NW 62nd St. "restraining and enjoying the
n for inspection Sun 1-5 system, fruit trees. Corner Ighborhood 10 minutes from Open Sat. & Sun. Miami Housing,Authority, from

Ph. JE 1-6902. lot, completely furnished. All shopping centers Call 681- High school girl as live in. continuing with the construct
fenced at in. The first time of- 9643 between 8 a.m and 12 baby sitter for one child. Fri ion"of public housing in Washington -

195 down.Brand new! 3 bedr. fered reduced price. Don't noon. day afternoons to Sun. after SUPPORTYOUR Park.
fail to come out Sunday The area is bounded on the
aths rms. 1930 NW 51st Tel open noon. 864-3788.
qualifying move right in.Jt 1-6 p.m. and our salesman will Room in private home. Call north by NW 62nd St., and on
J immediately. JE 1-6902. show you around. Location of after 5 p.m. PL 8-4164. 1081 REPAIRS the south by NW 60th St., on
property, 98 NW 52nd St. Fen- NW 61st St.Famished. the east by NW 18th Ave., and
age Apts. Sacrifice for good ster Realty, Broker PI| Sewing machines repaired YMCA on the west by NW 20th Ave.Life's .
wn payment or cash' See 98779. apt. \\\ utilities. $1.95 including free belt and
er at 233 NW 63rd Street. -- Call 374-6506 or NE 40500. needle.Call Roberts 7516186.

fum. units on city block. New 3-bedroom, 2 bath model Indef. 00
fiso 3 duplexes 6235 NW 2 home by Genie Homes now FULL OR PART-TIME Best Buys!
vet for sale. No qualifying move Room.. On bus line. Working MALE OR FEMALE
(Indef.) right in. On 50x142 lot I."n couple or lady call 6346310.- Dishwahers and kitchen help. I
BRAND NEW HOMES many extras. Reasonable Fum. Apt. apply 1391 NW 44 .Over 18 years. See manager. NO QUALIFYING MOVE RIGHT IN

J bedrooms, 2 baths, also 4 down payment. Call us to St. Apply Holiday Cafeteria. 8288 3 .bedrooM, CBS, separate garage, enclosed front porch

Idroom, 2 baths Neither show. Fenster Realty, Broker Room. Near Bis. BId. Indef. freshly pointed inside and out, appliances, $500 down
Erne has ever been lived in. PL 9-8779. Phone stores and bus. and $W Month pays all.
jee these 2 beauties at 1440E --- : 691-6432. CAB DRIVERS. APPLY '

152nd Ten. Only $300 The first time offered at FHA Society Cab office, 269 NW NO QUALIFYING MOVE RIGHT IN
Attractive Room at 2056 NW
(own to qualified buyer. No terms, beautiful 2bedroomCBS 21st St.
[losing costs. $120 per mo. carport and many extras, 5th Ct. Phone 696-8099. Fully furnished Modem CBS home, terrazzo floors,

ays all. Call 238-4023 for inbrmation hardwood floors. Drive by FOR RENTi |o Ion tie windows, appliances. Near bases, stores,
or better yet comeut 1895 NW 83rd Ten then call Lovely efficiency for one schools, etcr Price is only $10,000 with $1,000 down
and see them. Fenster person. $17 per week. PhoneNE i i Nice room., Lady preferred.
Realty, Broker, PL and $86 Month pays all.
(Indef.) 98779.2bedroom. 55566. 1961 NW 166th St., Opa-locka
or call NA 14115.REGISTER .
outb Miami. 6601 SW 62 Ct. Beautiful modem house. No NO CLOSING COSTS

9,000total. $200 down. Fresh-' $11,000 small CBS,monthly FHA pay-only children. $22 per week will Corner CBS, tile roof, jalousie windows, felly 'elulyard. .
painted. Big 100' lo sell. $100 down. NE
-125' 55566.
ment. Good location, near This Is a wonderful dealt! Price is :$9,800 with
wner: 3733304.
schools and buses nice home. Nice for a nice person ina TO VOTE $300 down and $56.47 mend,, FHA.OUTSTANDING .
Drive by 4512 NW 21st Ave.
thwest.No down no closing then call Fenster Realty Broker neighborhood. Near three Don't bt Uft ovt. Have
bus lines. Call 5520 NW 15th BUY
ust qualify for FHA for two I PL 9-8779. something' to about
urn. CBS houses on one lot.e Ave.. Any time. "Lady preferred local soy Lovely 2 bedroom, CBS, tile roof, Fla room, awnings,
a to bedroom, the other 2-bedroom CBS home plus car- your state and national appliances. Price is $10,500 with $350 down, $60.33

one bedroom, city water, I porte, electric appliances, government. Month' FHA terms Best location.
3 furn.
Apts. 2 1 unfum. 1
($69 month total payment plus sprinkler system, air conditioner fum. efficiency. 31 NW 48
plus Ux and ins. 8115-8117 and many extras. FHA St. 751-8376. NO QUALIFYING MOVE RIGHT IN
N'11' 13 AVC1000 terms, only $300 down pay
ment. Drive by 1863 NW 88th Beautiful 3 bedroom CBS in Allapattoh. Fla room,

Down $71 Month Ten then call Fenster Realty, Fun 1775 NW garage 84th apt.St. Call$15 wkly.owner LOVELY HOMES front and rear porches, jalousie windows, fenced

Str MfO NW 96th street Broker PL 9-8779. 68.H4Q1. Built 0. Your Lot or OmT yard, appliances. A bargain at $12,200. $1,500 down
like New CBS -- and $90 Month pays all.
!Corner 758-8749 Income property. 4 one bed- Rooms
room apt. completely furnished rates. Kitchen and LOTS FOR SALE BRAND NEW NO QUALIFYING
'
Yflll"s Right In located 1723 NW 43rd St. and many other privileges. Con
'_;:9.'f'" 49th St 2-bedroom CBS home with venient for buses. Good for 55135-M.W. 4Stli Ton. Outstanding 3 bedrooM, 2 both house on a very largelot.
decent man or woman. Phones:
Lh0': 47th St separate building in rear with NE 3-3044 a NE 55283. Terrazzo floors, carport, owning windowsutilityroom
"C NW 28th Ave two apts. located 670 NW 44th 50105N.W.55thSt.100x100 across froM school and bus. Price only $15,500

E-Z Terms!! St. Drive by then call! Fen- 51 T.rr.4 17 A". witls$1,000down and $117 Month pays all.
C'waer 758-8749 PL Furn. Apt. free utilities low
ster Realty, Broker,
9-8779, rent. Mgr. APt. 9. 652-660 .
Free TV NW 27th St. FR 7-4175 or JE St.50x14041,250 I Life Realty Broker

lith any of these 1780 NW 89th Street 83981. ,
Cash Paid For Lois,
2446 Nw 91st St $300 down Tor lovely CBS air
339 NW 39th St conditioned and heated home. 4 bedroom apt. at 1515 NW Homes, Acrtogo NW 7th Ave. PL 9-4371

7710 NW 8th Ave Fenced, nice landscaping, 62nd St. See Mr. Smith De NEED MONEY? r93p. ;
7 Per Week Tool
300 Total Down! wall to wall carpet and only Soto Cleaners, downtowns Days Evenings
CALL BARON JE 8-1340
Owner 758-8749 $9.500 total. $55 month for $28 wet. ooooooooooooooooooo ooooooooooc'

1775 this dream home. Be sure to
Nor 84th st. $8900 with see 1780 NW 89th St. Open for

300 down. Includes fum. your inspection from 3 to 6 by ., :
.arage apt.call owner 681-8401 Biscayne Realty, Inc. Broker FORD

\ttention! Members of churches 9635 NW 22nd Ave. Phone EDISON SpecialsTHESE
OX 1-0262 Open evenings REAL ESTATE SPECIALSBUY i
*ho may have to relocate. ----- .
'Large CBS building on 70x152 Northwest waterfront. 1165
01. Large enough for 75 to NW 88th St. Spacious luxurious A HOME TODAY
'0 100 people with additionalncome and breathtakingly!
from kindergarten schoolame beautiful 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, VETERANS NEED ONLY $100 DOWN 3 OPEN AFTER 2 P.M. SUNDAY

building. Good propksi- 20x20 Fla room, 30x20 fame

on. Call for appointment PL room, exotic tropical screen- 1420 NW 39 STREET 365 NW 59 STREET
with dance floor,
8779. Ask for ed patio
Murray.
stern music thruout cedar $300 down. $75 month, CBS home, carport, $350 down, FHA. Lovely large CBS home, Fla room
3-bedroom CBS lined closet. All and every Fla plus nice cottage. No closing costs.

;450 down for this spacious feature is built-in this lovely room. ______
One. air conditioned, awn- home. PL 8-7955. 335 NW 43 STREET

ng windows, 2 baths, a study 2901 NW 51 STREET 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, enclosed garage, extra large living

''nd f Florida room. This is one CBS duplex. 1 bedroom.67th$6.000 St. $22 week. Like new CBS home. area. $12,000 total. $300 cash FHA. No closingcosts.
our best buys, $14,300 cash. $50 mo. Near .
otal. no closing costs, this and 27th Ave. N.W. Owner
perfect 691-4668. 1420 NW 90 STREET
for a big family that 118 NW 44STREET
.
ants hone something OX 1-0262 nice.Biscayne To see House. 1541 NW 67th st. See $450 down. $83 month. 3 bedroom, 2 bath 3 bedroom 2 bath. Can be sold on FHA terms.

fealty| Mrs. Eva Moton, 7028 NW 15 $11,000 total.
Inc. Broker beauty.
9635
:fid! Ave. NW Ave. Phone 3692933. _______

- --- 2215 NW 97 STREET -------------
appointment only.
931 and 9001 NW 16th Ave. Shown by DRIVE BY THESE THEN CALL EDISON
and 3 bedroom houses side $450 down, FHA terms 2281 2 CBS home, $82 month.

'y side' tile roof, carport NW 93rd Terr. 4 bedroom 1760 NW 46 Street total.
, bath, large modem kitchen, $7500 $2100 cash down,
ice arage, well sprinklers, FHA tile roof awnings, spacious 3411 NW 13 AVENUE $63 month.
and
terms. (Open( 1 to,
; Sunday. Morris 'home. King Realty Inc., Broker down month 2 bedroom awnings, I
$65 ,
Shalomith
; $350 ,
NW 7th Ave. 6520 NW 1 Place CBS lot.
!5rlter, 754-3535. 751-9708. 8000 on large $250 down,
- --- fence, carport. FHA.
---- --
3 1420 NW 88th St. $300 down.
Bedroom
'lorida room CBS land- 2 bedroom beauty, carport 4315 NW 11 PLACE : 2001 NW 83rd Terrace -, $56.68 pays everything. CBS
beautifully tile roof
laped, fenced fine area, stove awning, refrigerator, large lot,, well and $400 down. $89 month. $8900 total. Only $970 down, no qualifying.

vely street closj to schools Realty Inc. Broker. -
shopping This is an un- pump. King 8000 NW 7 Aye. STREET 119 NW 50 Street CBS duplex. $2000 down, no
751-9708. 1534 NW 44
ual' home
with big rooms and qualifying. Mostly furnished.WE .
d strictly modem thru-out. -----88th St. $300 down. 3 bedrooms, $25 week.
NW
1430
You see it you must buy it, This one has lots of extras.A ARE OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY

.s Inc that good. Biscayne Real- 2 bedroom with Fla room, enclosed RENT APARTMENTS BEING DISPLACED? $100 DOWN
Broker 9635 NW 22nd roof new
tile
e' garage ARE YOU VETERAN $100 DOWN
Phone -
enings and OX 1-0262. Open elec. stove refrigerator, air- 4612 NW 16 Ave. $17 week
Sunday. conditioner awnings.Kina' j

-time-- Realty, Inc. Broker 751-9708. l'j EDISON 1 REALTY Realtors
y st- offered. 1800 NW ,8000 NW 7th Ave'-.. ; FORD REAtTYJNC. Broker ,
$300 ,
down. 2 bed- $125 "
'
rine'm, deal with! King extra features,, Nd complete qualifying.down.$64 New mo.Liberty 363: ?! !.NW.. ; 15 hArenu. 635-4595 175 N.W. 62nd St,' 7512441if

Realty Inc. ,, nice, C ?rdonkeley.
/ker.
7 1-9708" city. 2, Fdq\ ??. ,
Ave ; fOOplNwt\ ; Droker.621-oS18.



14 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 11, 1966
115i ', I\ l'

Northwestern Guidance Teams \ ,, <,' t \ fI\!% '- !4R
tJ
t\ ,
IIi li 'I' < I

"I :. Are Available at Night < f.t' 11 .,"f"" j :, ) 1- ,' ,," "S ; I" ,. '1

f Teams of counselors of the programs, vocational aspira- ( ; ', t ; .I' ) ) .

i I, Miami Northwestern Senior tions, college aspiration and ,'.7 i ', i <
: .
,) High School Guidance Depart assistance of community agen ,

j I ment are available Tuesday Ies.The
r through Friday nights duringthe time for the nightly

week as a phase of effective session is 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. I ,
i utilization of guidance Parents may call the schoolor ,/
," services.The further informatlom.Mrs. .
underlying of Dorothy W. Edwards I.
purpose
i:; the guidance project is to the assistant principal for the opening ofMiami's
"
f raise the aspiration levels of guidance and Samuel 0. Cohenis

educationally and spiritually the principal. .
deprived students. -Harold H. Clark, prlncipaIof

During the night sessions Blake High School, Tampa ,j' Firstpl'
students and p rents are invited ARE YOU READY? has been named general con-
to come and talk with the sultant in education with the 1 Tonsorial Parlor
;
Drive-In
counselors about academic FINE CBS HOMES State Department of Educa- i pl'i: ;{

progress, special guidance Close In. 2-3-4 bedrooms. tion, State School Supt. FloydT. ,
Christian has s'1
announced.
From $100 down. $60 mo. .U' ti
will work with James
He L. ',
CALL 757-5724 Cant, formerly president of 'n. for the finest Workmanship

The Dade AETNA REALTY Florida State Teachers Association -.

(Broker) general, currently consultant.serving Gant as will a .; ; at reasonable prices

ConstructionIndustry 811 NW 54 STREET assist schools in the northern ; ,

Open Sat. &Sun. part of the state and Clark will ..'. ., ,< '_'.'t/;
work with schools from Tampa
south to Miami. It's tie spanking

'

Advancement t FAMU Intern Teachers ;brand new


Assigned to DadeA I

Program's
total of 207 Florida A ing teacher, and Rosa V. L i

and M University students, Storr, Miami, Spanish, Mrs. G. r
apprenticeship -under the direction of the De- Donaldson, directing teacher.
partment of Intciuship Teach- Assignment to North Dade $

ing, are working in elemen- Senior High Charles Wyche, er
tary schools in 16 counties principal, are: Barbara Cro- '

I throughout the state, ran gin martie, Tallahassee, French,
from Leon in North Florida to Charles Jones, directing teacher -
i Dade County in South Fla. and David Helper, Miami, Shop"a "
is
training In Dade County at BTW speech drama, English, James .
High School, Nicholas Borota! Randolph, directing teacher.
principal, Lavarn B. Adams, Anthony C. Sweeting of
on the beam'A Winter Haven, French, will Miami is working in the areas
work under Mrs. Gloria Ran- of speech, drama, English, un-
'i dolph, directing teacher, and der Clarence C. Brown at G. '
wiolesOMS place
Delores M. Wilson, Tallahassee W. Carver Senior High, An-

\ speech drama. English, thong Gardiner, principal- '
under Mrs. Evelyn Mincy.At Betty Tucker Opa-locka, -- -- : to' leave oar kiddies
Miami Northwestern, Sam is working in speech correc- t
I Cohen, principal, two stu- tion under Mrs. Sylvia Gin-

dents are assigned: Wesley wright, at the Merrick Special while Yoe go shopping
Bryant, Miami instrumental Education Center in Coral ,

.. music, David Paschal, direct- Gables.

: ;':... .., :,.
{ ',
BTW News NORTHWESTERN TO t
; : :
: STAGE "THE KING
> The Student Council I pre- J

... d. :,, sented its variety show in the AND I"
':' school's auditorium on Jan. 31
: For two consecutive even-
The program was directed by
'
.;" ings March 4 and 5, the Miami
J Mr. Henry Jefferson, Mr. Les-
ct'.25:
Northwestern Senior
< lie Brown, disc lockey of sta- High
School.will be featured in one
: tion WAME served as masterof
of the most colorful and live
.. ceremony for the evening.The
Xi. program featured dance ly broadway musicals yet to
be staged in the school auditorium -
: groups, singing and instrumental -
i selections. Some of the tal- "The King And I."

ents on the program were, the
.s.:. Curtains for each
'(, Cousins from the ContinentalClub perfor-
mance will go up at 7:30 p.m.
Fancy Bannister singing
1.tf. It's different it's
"one Step at a Time," Helen entertainingit -
stars Sandra Brown as Anna,
<> Randle, a sixth grader of Dun-
-
.. :'*': bar and Thomas Pearson as the .
Elementary singing "I'm
Ready" and Ruby Mathews King. Admission is 50* for l SASS fAN
students and $1.00 for adults'
singing "Chain to Your Love"along
with other participants. Tickets are now on sale at II
the school. IIo ..
Velvia Solomon served as a ,
student chairman of the program
and Gloria Johnson as "i\: .
cochairman.The "Lso:

BTW Press Associa- according to their ability on a ii'
tion is preparing for its an- non-graded program in the
nual Valentine Scoop. The Learning Laboratory. Students ,

Scoop, a yearly gossip paper have been separated accordingto
< published once a year by the test results.

Newspaper Staff will be dis- rrr...rrr
tributed on Feb. 14, Valen-
tine's The is also
Day. group
The Girl! Scouts are preparing -
preparing for the Post Valen-
for their chapel program
tine Dance which will be held
which is to be on Feb. 24.
i on Feb. 19. Valentine hearts
The group is also spendingtime
will also be sold.
doing volunteer work for
( Seniors began leaving cam-
the Cripple Children Society.
pus for lunch Feb. 1. Theyare ,The BTW Cagers will takeon
given 30 minutes and are
the Dillard Panthers on
not allowed to leave in
any
Feb. 11 in the school gynas-
moving vehicle. ium. The BTW baseball team Conveniently located

.......... was defeated 9-0 in an exhib-
tion game by Miami High Jack-

U Principal Nicholas H. Bo- son.

rota annual will convention be attending for the the 50th Na- r.rrrrr.. with plenty of off-street parkingat

tional Association for Secon- The John F. Kennedy Civil

dary School Principals, Feb- Air Patrol Cadets Squadron pre-
ruary 5-9 in Cleveland, Ohio. sented their first program for
While Mr. Borota is attendingthis the year Feb. 10, in the school
meeting Mrs. W. 1{. Jami- auditorium.

eA charge son administration, assistant of the school., principal will be for in ********** 6580 N. W. 22nd Ave

Major Walter B. Leech,
rrr.r..r Group Commander for 22nd
Group of the Florida Wing
result of Now that the survey test Civil Air Patrol was special "4 Comfortable :Choirs

in language and mathematicshave guest speaker. Members also .
,
Labor &
Management been completed and results -participated on the program ,
working together are back, students will along with 1st Lt. Robert Wil- '
:
move as rapidly as possible, son senior member.)



THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 11, 1966 15 I

: Gromb//ng's/
Henry
Looking the ,


K r ; Dyer Gets $200,000From



Los Anoe/es/ Rams SPORTSLD ..

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BTHARRf SPEAR Los Angeles (N PI) -Thol, but not in performance.A .
Los Angeles Rams number of pro scouts _rm.-
shocked ARMBRISTER Over I I
BY LEO
traditionalists and caused a rated him "a notch above the ,
WHAT HAPPENED? WHO MISSED THE BOAT? stir in professional football next best college fullback in i
circles last week when they competition"
Last week I mentioned that Jack Solomon, leading announced the signing of lie gained 1,025 yards rush UM OFFERS FIRST NEGRO GRID SCHOLARSHIP
itish promoter, was tryinh to sign Cassius Clay to Grambling College fullback ing and scored 80 points in 11 Macoe Coleman, son of a Tennessee State football
eet Brian London, heavyweight champion of England, Henry Dyer for a reported games for the SouthwesternAthletic coach from Nashville, was offered a football scholarship
England. $200,000.Ram Conference champ-- Monday by the University of Miami.
This looks like it fell through. Then Chris Dundee officials shrugged off ions. A year ago Dyer led the The 6-2 208 fullback who has visited several Big.!
South's leading promoter, was disclosing terms of the three- nation in scoring with 110 Ten Conference schools the UM
,e trying the same, points. went to campus to talk
nly he was looking to match Doug Jones, the most ac- year ever pact executed but it for is a the small-best Close observers rate him a with Coach Charles Tate.

ve and successful heavyweight around today who in college player. future pro star, and predict "We hope to sign him," Tate said Monday. From
is last four TV fights, disposed of his opponents by One West Coast source estimated that he will continue to pile films we've seen and from his reputation in high schoolwe
0 route. They were Duke Johnson, Archie McBride, the figure at 225000. up costly proof that a straight believe Coleman is a fine football player."
Forte and Cody Jones. The latter line is the shortest distance "I've said
,evi has! been spar- "As far I all along! that we are interested in re-
ig mate for Clay. penditure for as Dyer know is approxi-the ex- between the line of scrimmageand cruiting good high-type football players regrdless ot

The past few years you'd think Clay would taken mately $50,000 more than the He the goal. color," Tate said. "We are in contact with other Negro
Jones and get even for Cody, but this is only a by- pros have shelled out prev- bee-line sprints sourse on and an his almost prospects, but I'd rather not give away their names be-
nee My 1 opinion? Doug Jones is the logical contender iously for a smallcollegeplayer knee action makes him a high cause we're still in competition with other schools for
roundl think it will draw a larger crowd than at the ," a National Football ky problem for tacklers. pes- them.
imphiteatre in Chicago's South Side stock yards whichan League official said. The signing of Dyer was a "Coleman is the type of football player we want.
accomodate around 15,000. The spot Chris Dundee Dyer a rip-snorting 235- matter of personal pride for ex- We were impressed with him when we met him. His
as looking to promote it was at t e Miami Beach Con- pound full back with unusual Grambling star Paul "Tank" grades are good that's what we want from all
ention Hall. It holds about the same as Chicago's power and ruggedness was Younger who gained 3,296 players we recruit."
overshadowed by several ma- yards in nine
\mphiteatre. seasons for the
There are plenty of tourist and money around. jor college performers in print Rams. PAR AND BIRDIE WARMING UP FOR UGA IN '61

what all tracks are doing with the mutuels. Now The Par and Birdie Club, holding its regular meet-

look is matched with Ernie Terrell. Terrell fought a Metro Recreation News :Ing Monday night, began earnest discussion of its plansto 1
here by the name of Jefferson Davis who was iust host the United Golfers Association Tournament in

oming up a little over a year ago. Terrell with'his February 14 the staff and conducted by Miss McConnell. Miami in 1967.President.
[tabbing left, running and holding, did not impress this participants will present its First and second grade Wilson made it clear to all members that
witer-the same in the Chuvalo fight. This could be a Special Event for the month of boys noc-hockey contest: this is a montrous undertaking that requires the earnest
epetition in the Clay fight, that's why I think Doug is February ( a Valentine party))I Walter Cravotte Michael Foxx, effort and full cooperation of all.
he most logical heavyweight around. I don't he from 3:30: to 6 p.m. To begin Sidney Cravotte. Conductedby Citing the success other local tournaments have
say the program a Queen of Hearts Mr. Gordon. enjoyed here, we agree that there is no reason the Par
would win. This' would be a better fight to watch than
igned for Chicago. play will be presented with mmThird and fourth grade girls and Birdie sponsorship of the UGA should not be a suc-
Cinderella and her Prince scramble spelling contest: cess, and we further agree that a stron g working unisonof
Sleeping Beauty, Rapunzel and Ramona Davis Klema Green all affiliates is the "shot" we need.A .
ORTH-SOUTH TO USE TWO GOLF COURSES the rest of the wonderful sup- Shirley Tutson. Conducted by special note of interest to members absent from

porting cast. Miss Lindsey. Monday's meeting: Tournament play will be atLejeune
Larry Batchelor, City of Miami publicist, informs The entire program is under Third and fourth grade boys
Sunday, February 13 at 9 a.m.; but new regulations requires
us that two City of Miami golf courses will be used by the direction of Miss Marva carrom tournament: Walter that MUST contact Clyde Younger'or Presi-
Bannerman. alon you
She g with the Jones Donald Simmons Jerome -
North-South Tournament contestants for the five-day dent Wilson not later than Saturday, Feb. 12.
staff invite you, to share the Lewis. Conducted by Mr.
, 54-hole\ vent that begins February 23. many Valentine Day festivities Smith.

The championship Lejeune layout will be for practice There will be games and contests Fifth and sixth grade girls
; and loosening-up rounds for the first day. 4 to name a few. The Valentine carrom tournament: Bernice I
Qualifying and competitive play will begin; Feb. relay rivers of broken Lynes Carolyn Ector Delorei
24 at the challenging City of Miami Coun try Clun in hearts and the lucky heart Thompson. f 4
Miami winner. A king an d queen will Fifth and sixth grade boys V-
Springs. 'be chosen to add to the gaietyof carrom tournament: Keith Davis -
All professionals, amateur championship qualifiersand the day. To be eligible for John Green Kenneth Fox.
seniors will tee off the third day. these honors just wear red and Resuly of the area table .tin,
A $1,000 cash bonus has been added to the prizes white. I cannot stop here with- tennis tournament for the fol-
(for out letting you in on the name lowing girls:
the pro scoring a hole-in-one. Any amateur accomplishing -
and characters of the play Fifth and sixth grade boys:
the feat will receive $200 in golf equipment.Both they are: Johh Green James Sampson. 1

courses are im excellent condition King Stephanie Lynes; Junior high boys: Benjamin h
- queen, Geneva Lynes; page Cogedll, James Jones, Luther
Ramona Davis; Cinderella, Cochran.
Toy Lee Harris; Sleeping Junior high girls: Edith
Beauty Alice Williams; Ra- Sampson Brenda Hart.
For A Good Buy on punzel Be mice Lynes; Rapun- Fifth and sixth grade girls \ y
zel Prince Joyce Dale; Snow Delores Thompson, Beverly : '
White Klema Green; Snow Simmons Eva Hilbert. 4
Piano Stereoor White Prince Henrietta Gon- The winners and runnerupswill
Organ, zales; Princess Mathilda represent the area on Feb.
Delores Thompson; Boots, 12 at the countywide tournament -
Shirley Tutson; Knave of taking place at Banyan
Hear ts, Gwenda Foxx; Chef Elementary. M. Gray reporter.
Wenda Davis; soldiers Mau-

rice Thomas. characters with. -
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Orchestra the Golden Goose; Bacon, "GOLFCAPADES OF '66"
InstrumentCall Karen Sampson; Carpenter
Bridgett Davis; housewife, The customary bigswing out p.receding..any of the
Kimberlyn Bannerman; shoemaker Sherman Hotelwall Chicago Women's Golf Club affairs is in the making

Trenise Davis. again.This
This special event was to wall carpeting, time its the presentation of the famous Duke
planned by Miss Marva Ban- telephone and private bathin Ellington and Orchestra in a dinner-dance, "Golfcapades
nerman. of 1966" at the Pick Congress Hotel.
The following winners of every room. The dance will be the hiehlieht of the 19th Winter

the tournament contests and $6b$8PERDAY Meeting of United Golfers Conference, where final plans
special events for last week's will be made for the 40th annual UGA tournament to be
activities are as follows:
First and second grade 465 NW 4TH STREETFR held in Chicago, August 2227.

girls rubber horse shoe tour- 9-1751 The trio of enthusiastic Chicago Women's Golf
nament: Karen Sampson Pa- Club dinner-dance program planners are shown with the
trice Foxx Trenise Davis. meastro's picture. They are Mrs. Mattie Hurey, presi-
the girls received ribbons. dent; Ernestine Harper, dance chairman and Anna Rob-
inson, general chairman.
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, ,16 THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday., February! 1,1, 1966 ,, __. "' v lgp." _._


Ii.,. :Judge' ., 'Cftoofe: V..A Shocked :,,Henderson's K*._ ; -' t ; t s,,* Bi i V1iI.I Y dJ6iji.b.filll I
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" A federal law which takes and had' asked Judge>Choate 'self except through non-court: !
,\ 1 some of the power from the to issue a temporary injunction action but I feel I have no CARVER YMCW NEWS the fulfillment of the challenge. The organization is not yet
"I' court, made it for Wednesday to halt the election power to act under the Lan- MEMBERSHIP CAMPAIGN Richard Good of the Metropolitan yet complete. We still need
necessary him. drum-Griffin Act," said Judge UNDERWAYAlex staff and Preston Pro- workers. It is not too late to
to replace
Federal
f Judge Emett Choate
,I assistant train boss
vate, were volunteer your services.
At the injuction hearing, Choate
\ \ to refuse to halt the election W. Brooks chairman) on hand for instruction and en-
r, of a new president of the localLongshoremen's union officials told Judge "I am shocked that Judge of the 1966 Member Enrollment couragement. Thirty-two work CARVER CULTURE CLINIC
Henderson has b removed
Choate that provisions of the en
I Union last Drive of the Carver YMCA officially
; Landrum-Griffin Act made the He made the union single- ers were present to receive The program of providing
r Wednesday. injunction impossible. handed and this is a terrible opened the annual kits and start work. From classes in piano and cultural

t Judge Choate said he was The act, they said,requires thing, but I cannot prevent the event last Friday at the Kick- those present 4% of the goal graces is being reactivatedin
in the Branch
"shocked" ajt the removal of the election to be held and election," he said. off Dinner held was subscribed as earnest March with neighborhood
E r' Judge Henderson as presidentof then contested through the Jydge Choate said he will Auditorium. Moses L. Perry, money. extension services where fa-
the local union in April, union channels and before the retain jurisdi ition of the case, former executive of the branch The plan of the campaign! is cilities are available. 'Clas-
1965 by the InternationalLongshoremen's Secretary of Labor before a and after the election, Hender- and presently a fraternal that of a wagon train going ses will be held on Saturday
Association. case cab ne filed in court. son will be free to come back world service secretary on across the country from Cali- mornings at the building from
Henderson has contendedthat "It is shocking the law to the court if he "has corn- leave from. Uganda, Africa, fornia to Florida. Heading the 9 to noon. Sessions will cost
the election." was the keynote speaker. In Carver section of the all country
himplaints about child
his removal was illegal says a man con't protect 50 cents per with instructions
his remarks, Mr. Perry stated effort is Alex W. Brooks, in beginning piano,
that his association less than who is called Section Boss. rhythmic exercise and modern
CommitteeNamed three years in existence had His section has four wagons, dance. Registrations are now
For A Better HomeBuy the same goal as the Carver each with a goal of 200 mem being accepted.
Branch, now in its 21st year. bers. Carver head
wagons are Extension classes will be
for one Built by He said that his campaign ed by Mrs. Clora M. Pearsall, offered at the community schoolof
starts on Feb. 2S, 3 weeks aft
Miss Helen Dorsett, Cleve- J.R.E. Lee Elementary
SUNSHINE HOMES INC. er the Miami Campaign and he land Turn-Clarence Pattersonand
School in South Miami on Wed-
Variety Hosp. hurled a challenge that he Sonny Wright-Earl J. Carroll nesdays from 4 to 6 p.m. Registrations
would reach 800 members before -
bosses. has
Each
wagon are being accepted
A steering committee to 549 .NW 50 STREET we did. He made his an- four wheels and,eight spokes, through the school for the

launch fund raising activitiesin 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, Florida room, kitchen nual contribution here to get giving a total organization of children in that area. Other
Dade's Negro communitiesfor us started. Mr. Oscar Weaver 148 ,each with commit
built-in and swim persons programs will be offered as interest
utility
oven room
Variety Children's Hos- range Jr., Carver chairman, acceptedthe tment to serve only eight mem and available facilities
pital was named this week by ming pool, fenced-in-yard. You must see this challenge for the Branch bers. permit.

Mrs. M. Athalie Range, gen- one! Open Saturday and Sundays, 1-5 P.M. and charged Mr. Brooks with
eral chairman of the campaign.The '
committee plans to 4001 NWS AVENUE
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