The Miami times
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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: December 9, 1966
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Vol. 44. No. 16 ,MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY DECEMBER 9. 1966 20 PAGES \S,

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City offic1alsofMiamhald cited for failing to provide ''lators, but the "
Friday they will file arrest proper heating facilities, ,(with the codes) have been
warrants next week against nave complied with the law, negligible.
slum housing owners who said Assistant City ManagerM. Many landlords are reported -
have failed to Install adequate R. Stlerheinu to have refused to
heating fadlitiles in Two months ago, City comply with the codes until
their rental units. Manager M. L. Reese said they are tested in court. I
The city's fire and min- in a reportthathousingcode
The codes were drafted
imum housing codes require enforcers had inspected 900 after tenementfrekilledten
that landlords provide safe, housing units in Miami
last winter, and were
adequate and approvedtypeheaters slums and found 800 lacked persons ,
the Commission
approved by City -
in their apartments. heating facilities. He had
in June after a seriesof
Portable fuel-burning heat- hoped for voluntary compliance -
ers were banned by the codes from the landlords.The public hearings. :
v'P because they were said to be owners had been in- The area inspected is
unsafe. formed that they must in stall bounded by N.W. 5th and I '
The arrests are certain to approved heating facilities 20th Streets and First and
F ti r7+'p lead to a legal test of the within 90 days of notifica- Third Avenues.

codes. tion, Reese said Violations are punishableby
Only a "negligible" num- Stierheim said the time 11m- up to 60 days in Jail and
ber of landlords, previously it has expired for many via $500 in fines.

Julian Bond Wins Fight

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,I "I.. The Georgia House was court the draft system and report-
.. .. .told.., M.9nday.by ,the U. S. The opinion did not order edly said he admired. the
fo\>: ..,. "': ,,..Suprte nne Court,that tt 1itty*, -'the''Georgia ,n t"rnedtheirdraftcardsalthoughhe
not bar Julian Bond be. 'Bond, but.ttred"the" way
cause of his criticism of U.S. for him to enter. Bond was would not burn his own.:
POLICY IN Vietnam. elected three times,State Rep. His district In Atlanta elect' ti L
un "The disqualification of George L. Smith, who is In ed him for the third time last
Bond from membership In line to become speaker of the month. "
the Georgia House becauseof Georgia House, said "I see In Indianapolis to make &
his statements violated no alternative other than speech, Bond said of the r''

Playboy Club Bunnies Roz and Kasey smile/ pretty for the people watching Bond's right of free expres- seating him." court's ruling, "I'm happy, r
sion under the First Amend- Bond was barred twice by proud, pleased, surprisedand
Thousands of Miamians lined the paraderoute
I Orange Blossom Classic parade Saturday. ,
i ment," said Chief Justice the Georgia House from tak- looking forward to tak-
: to view'the twohour long spectacle House of Photography photo. Earl Warren for the, high ing his seat because he sup- ing my seat Jan. 9-andalso

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Theodore H. Clark, 32, of court that Clarke wore a mail.carrier's the investigation and no $5,000 bond was lifted was also critical of court' In Atlanta. :
charges were pressed against and he was ordered held in ,I
1012 NW 1st CU a drug addict uniform and used
and leader of a gang of stolen keys to steal checks county jail.A .
40 mail thieves, pleaded from pickup boxes in north- them.Stolen post office keys finger-print specialistin
guilty Tuesday in federal west Miami. were used by the gang since Washington found the first
court to possession of stolen Six other members of the 1959 to loot mail relay boxes evidence against Clarke (his
mail, and waited sentencing. gang pleaded guilty, and a of $75,000 worth of checks, thumb) nine months after the
Clark, a father of five, seventh, a dope friend, is ina federal officers said. forged check was chasedher e
said not a word against the mental hospital for federal at sears.
Secret Service's descriptionof prisoners. Clarke pleaded guilty to Pleading guilty to possession
him as gang leader. Agent Three members of the gang two counts of the 35countindictment. of stolen mail also was
Charles Howell had told the cooperated with the law InI He was told that Alvina Jackson, 22, mother of
the others would be dropped two, 2561 NW 152nd St., Opa- Y s sI
when he is sentenced aftera locks, Charles E. Clay, 29,
Miami's First Negro probation investigation. pleaded guilty to forgery.

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I Policewoman to Graduate -

Chief Walter E. Headley f".r I
t takes pleasure in announcingthat
the 60th Police Recruit
Class of the Miami Police
Department will hold their
graduation exercises on Fri
day, December 9, 10 a.m. at The Dade County war on and we have been working
the Munici pal Justice Build- poverty will go to Jail, beginning closely with Acting Sheriff
ing. 1145 NW 11th Street. December 6. George Leppig on this

Quest speaker will be The Legal Services Program project. ,
Williams L. Reed, Director of Inc., part of the Economic -
the University of Miami Law Opportunity Pro- "The idea" said Dixon,
School. His address will c': : gram Inc., which fights the '"is to help not only the pris-
touch on such major topics as I poverty war, plans to establish oner but also his family,
the "Police Officer's Reputation I on that day legal coun- since it is many times the fam-
t "Corruption in Govern- sel for all those inmates with ily that suffers most from
ment, and the "Responsibi- i non-criminal legal prob- these situations.
bility Therefore." C4'j' .lems, providing they cannot "We hope this part of Underwater television star Lloyd Bridges, center,
i Of the 19 new officers I' afford an attorney of their our program will contribute was guest celebrity at the first annual fund raising I a
,f who will receive their badges own and qualify for such particularly to prevent family luncheon for United Cerebral Palsy Association of* .
be and policewomen.oath of office,One three is will Ca- aid. break-ups, property or Miami held at the Fontainebleau hotel, Miami Beach.

c rolyn Clark, Miami's first Negro II Job losses and the accumulation Here he Is shown with two of the little people who go
policewoman. One of the Howard Dixon executive of debts." regularly to the center and were honor guests at the
16 men, Joseph Eyler, is employed Carolyn Clark director of the EOPI's Legal Details of the 'program'will luncheon. They are Byron Taylor, left, 5, of 3200NW
by the North Miami Services Program, said "we be unveiled by Dixon 79th'St., who learned to walk at the center, and Pamela
Police belfVve that rehabilitation of and Leppig in a con-
Department.A press
will beheld at Miami Police
Gibson, 5, of 1365 NW 60th St., a pre-schooler atthe
ference at December
immediately convicted should noon
reception for the proud Training Center persons
officers and their relatives following the graduation. gin with their incarceration, 6, in Leppig's office. center. More than 650 persons attended the luncheon.bt .


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2 THE MIAMI TIMES' Friday.:Deumber 1.1964'' _

I Jewish rotational '. f F : c

Service Has Placed '

/Many. Trainees On Jobs. f '" ,..- : .ija

By Lawrence B. Cooper But JVS's usefulness to the
The Jewish Vocational community and the poverty
Service, a non-profit, 'non- program will have to be f
.sectarian. organization;dedi- proven. Proven by the close
cated to the training and scrutiny of the men andwomen -
rehabilitation of job it has placed on Jobs and
deprived, economically des how successfully they have
tituted persons In the Miami been trained.As .
and Dade County areas.has a trainee at JVS it has 5 -
been doing a wonderful job been myprivilegetonotefirst
In its infancy of just nine hand the extreme necessityof
months the government setting
The JVS Is an "arm" aside funds for this project
of the EOPI. The trainees at least for another year 't %' F
many of them handicappedone The executive director 1 Fft
way or the other are Dr Michael Goodman, and ,? ,
paid $30 per week while in his staff, Robert Lessne, : k
the process of four weeks of David Davis along with the M N [ A4>AW J, r ti
an evaluation period plus competent counselors, Theo-
another month or more of dore Johnson Charles Bui-
specialized training in phases lard, Vernon' Kingsley and
of industrial work, auto the newly appointed assistant -
mechanics woodworking *' Henry L. Alexander, '_'1q,,
typing, small electrical a blind sociology graduateof 1'
repairs, radio and TV plus Florida A&M University
remedial instruction in simple plus the instructors, Lloyd
math spelling and Bethel, Frank Richburgh,
writing. Bernard Fbitier are all to ,
The "school"' N W
on complimented for a job r
25th St. and 3rd Ave. is one well done and should have '
of two such agencies. The a feeling of promoting areal
other on NW 54th St. per- service to the entire commu- I
forms a duty to the more service to the entire com-
or less retarded type of job munity.
prospects. .
Take just one example of (2)) Future automobile mechanics learn all about
what the JVS has accomplished -
and the electrical that is of
One particular trainee batteries equipment part FINEST
who could not read or automobiles.
write nor could have mas- +
tered figures like one plus (3) Typing class, under direction of Mayme Bondu, PRINTING
one in less than two weeks takes care of its daily practice chores.
has learned to write his SERVICE

name can now add up a (4)) Lessne discusses training problems with Dr.
long list of simple figures.
r.w.M Michael Goodman, J.V.S. executive director.
One could feel proud of this
man.,Especially so when one
sees the glimmer of pride (5)) General office training is also/ part of the pre-
when he signs his name with vocational instructions offered at the J. V. S. Plant.
flourish to his class papers. Miwiii: 'TiimsFOMllTOW
This is just one instance of All photos by Robert Poitier, a trainee in the
the impact this agency is photographic profession.
doing to tear away the curtain .. { !PIHNTIW NEEDS
of economic deprivationfrom .- Mr ,':JII<,n ..(.f", ;,, '
the eyes of many. .: OUR CLASSIFIED ADSBRING (ill' r 491-0421
Trainees have been .
MII.W.! *Aurt-*
placed in banks, the airport, + : "
shoe factories many phasesof RESULTS
the industrial market, sol-
dering radio components for
alrcrafts and electronic ma- i iI
chines. r
With this fine record be- WILLIAM LEHMAN
hind JVS, the road aheadis ,
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not too smooth. The fed-

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within is the running next three out.monthsthe In fact .' '... '' .,. '",' ,' '..", .", --",' ,
funds will be .IItLJ. :
government -- --
drained. There is an effort 2269 Nf 163rd St.
afoot to have the government (1)]) Workshop Director Robert L. Lessne indoctri-
refinance the program. /notes blind trainees in the use of their canes.,

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\ T .,. MIAMI TIMES. Friday December 9. 1966 3I

Negro Airman Can't Get

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Into Trailer ParkA

copy of 1963 Metro Ben Sissel, executive di- with the present state law but an all-Negro one. II I
resolution asking homeowners rector of the CRB, is reported which recognizes the rightof He parked his trailer ona
not to discriminate in to have said, "we havea private property owners residential lotinNaranga,
sale or rental of propertyand copy of theairman's itemized to dispose of their propertyas but the county zoning officer:
an explanation from complaint and are workIng they see filThrough ordered i it off the 'property.
county officials th tthey can on it That's. all I am ableto his attorney, Matheson said most of
not enforce fair housing,was s ay." Bruce Rogow, Whitaker told Rogow'sletterwasromplalntagainst I
to be sent this week to a Metheson and County Attorney Matheson that segregated the county zonlngor-
Homestead airman, who Tom Britton said a trailer park in South Dade dinance prohibiting trailersin
wants a county wide fair county ordinance aimed at have forced him to take an residential zones.
housing code. housing discriminationwould apartment in Miami, more "But Dade zoning regulations 1
Airman Frst Class joe be illegal since, the than 35 miles from his work. apply equally people f
Whitaker made the requestin power to pass such a law Is Assigned to the 19th Combat of all races and creeds," he
letter to Commissioner reserved to the state and fed- Support declared "And I don't see
Hardy Matheson, who said eral governments. Homestead Air BaseWhita- any reason to waive them
that he will also suggest that Britton added that a county "- ker said he applied to eightor because someone claims he t
Whitaker contact the Com- fair housing ordinance, nine trailer parks near the can't find any other place to
munity Relations Board in fact, would be in conflict base but was refused by all put his trailer."

3 Senators Joii i I 1 Negroes Slowly; ; -Crashing; l

Fla. Memorial I Airline Industry Barrier I '

William" P. Foster, ScholarshipFund )

College BoardIn I
The report of a survey The UPI survey shows that Most of their manpower is
from Washington states that Negro stewardesses have drawn by the airlines from Established By 7 Up "I
separate communications Negro airline I pilots and been on the job longer and the Armed Forces. "But
to Senator Harry P. stewardesses are still too their numbers increasing qualified Negro pilots seem
Cain, Miami, Florida, accepting rare. But though slowlythe at a faster rate than Negro to prefer to stay in the servo Miami, Florida -Th e WiI- scholarship fund will standas ,
appointment to the number of integrated pilots. ice and make it a career," liam P. Foster ScholarshipFund a livingmemorial,is head
national; advisory board of, flight crews is growing. United Airlines iathepacefietter. the spokesmen said. A poolof for Music Students at of the FAM U Music Depart-
the Florida Memorial College The first bfg airline to hire It has 30 Negro stew-. qualified Negro pilots out- Florida A. & M. University, ment and director of the famous -
: JL. Florida A & M.'
SenatorsSpessard side the non-exist- Tallahassee establishedhere
: ardesses and three in train- military was
Florida a Negro pilot in 1964 was "
Holland : ;; thomas ant. December 3 Marching 100".
ing out of a total of 3,000. Saturday, '
Americ It has six
J.: Dodd, Connecticut, and. n. now the luncheon '
Airline spokesmen said the at the Second Annual March- During service
Stephen M. Young, Ohio, In- the largest number of anyairline. big problem In recruiting Negro An airline source said thatif Ing Band Banquet, held in awards were also madeto
dicated their for the: Many of the major Dr. W. Gore Jr.
support George ,
the Room of the Me-
pilots is finding technically a Negro pilot does have Flagler
airlines have no Negro pilots -
relocation of the school to Allister Hotel president of the university,
qualified applicants. the qualifications a mini- sponsored
Miami and thebulldingpro-, Dr Charles U.Smith, Chair-
mum of around 800 flying by Seven-Up Companyof
gram which will get under hours time on multienginejets St Louis, Missouri. man of the Athletic Committee -
way in February, 1967. he can be considereda M. Miles, Chairman of
The United States Sen- prize. Right now four airlines Mrs. Inez Kaiser, Special the Band Committee, James
ators were joined in this new for Markets Consultant for theJ. Ellison, president of the
are competing one
development by Manuel F. j Negro pilot," he said. Walter Thompson Company band, William Stirrup, parade 't
L. Guerrero, Governor of and The Seven-Up marshall, D. C. Colli g-
Guam, and Congressmen Company made the presen- ton, Coordinator of Special '
Claude Pepper and Dante Among the major airlines tation of a check for $1,000 Activities, Mrs. William P.
B. Fascell of Florida. LiM that have not employed Ne- from The Seven-Up Com- Foster and Band Directors
Senator Holland indicated bt i ,.( / gro pilots are National and pany to set up the fund. Stu- Ruffle London, Shaylor L.
that the college "would 4L A Branlft. All of them say that dents enrolled In the Depart- James, John H. Daniels,Jr.,
serve a more useful purpose ,. the trouble is just, a lack of ment of Music at FAM Uwill J. Alvin Cato, Charles S.
in a a'metropolitan such. k qualified applicants,:andnot, benefit from the scholarship. Bing, ;and Leonard C. Bow
as Miami than in its present ( discrimination. *--. *, Dr. Foster: ,for whom the Ie. '
location (St. Augustine).The AF '71" :;;/ t,>

facilities would be readily ,. I
available to a great many .............................. +'
more students as day students '
and the market for S :
their services upon graduation '
would be more exten- AT MODERATE RATES .

sive.Senator" Dodd expressedhis : : CALL :

desire "to do anything I .
can to help you obtain your ; ................... dK ,1"I I,1'1 1'1'

objective.A $2.7" million develop- I )I : BONDED .1 JflI'f"i.._r. .. -., '...if-. ., ,J)

ment fund campaign Is now. t.1', r \
uncfcr way to meet building r.f.j Y""- &: n .
plans for the 48 acres of landon _t ,.

which the college build- 1.' .. RENTAL .' _" ,:.d ;..: 7 fj1!!; .
ings will be constructed. .It'
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; CAUGHT DEAD'SITTING j Miami Jackson Thespians t } PL 9-8733

,j" ON 'i' Present 'Dino' I i

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YOUR :SEAT BELT "There are no crazy people every evening on the stage of
', in this house"shouts Bernard Miami Jackson's auditorium, THE LARGEST PRIVATE-HOUSING RENTAL AND MANA'GEMENT .'
Strachan to Don Jennings as the new Thespian production AND .

final week of rehearsals. BROWARD COUNTIES. :
Directed by Don Bowermanand .

Robins Good assistant wine with director Reggie Payne Eddie t tA ffeVtef'coriTondfcollectoriglve" door, to door service for tenants convenience.A I .

;; Uniform DING acting deals as stage with manager the problem .',:, community recreation center "for teenagers and adults "'.nt.free. ," furnlihed1'fand !_ ; .

CentersChurch of a teenage criminaland ;' ;air conditioned, for your' comfort and enjoyment( ,, r .
of adjust : '
his problems
Uniforms ing to society four after his in re-a u, J;: ,'A public ,relations} .department, to' osifs: you with,'*your*"&(:.'*problems.JSf"t I. ,',.:,'i; ;; ;t ..

Choir Robes state lease reformatory.from years : ff1' 'T...... concern will:step'..vandalism and f..d....th.. cost of.!housing.. I :

i Church Furniture Leading roles are playedon MAIN OFFICE .
alternate nights by Don S
Jennings and Vincent Sandersas '. 4150 NW 7th Ave. PL 9-8733 .

Altar Sets Sunday School Furnishings son Dino and; Mattherine Eddie Louise Simmonsas Jack 14255 NW 22nd Ave., Opa-locko MU 8-0617 1163 NW 3rd Ave. FR 3-84)6) .

5 STORES TO SERVE YOU Shirley; Alvin McDuffieand _512 HW 1 ht Ave. HaIlClndal.. WA 7.2434 1675 HW 62nd St. OX 6-246 .
Phil the 4240 HW 27th -NE 5.3466 .
Raynor A"
16 W. Flagler St. 5900 Sunset Drive chatrist, Sheridan. psy- S 1019 NW 6th St., Ft. Lauderdale JA 4.3357
3801 Grand Ave Grove. .
Louderhill Shopping Center Ft. Lauderdale. Opening Tuesday, Dec. 17325 Homestead Av. Perrine CE 5-3553
will be I 1019 Hommondvillt Rd. Pompano- WE 3-3235 .
13, Dino presentedfour .
Dodeland Shopping Center
1735 NW 10th Ave. _
nights, closing Fridaythe .
1ft SEE OUR COMPLETE DISPLAYOF 815.16th. Curtain time is at S HON. L. L. BROOKS, President .


5900 SUNSET DRIVE CHARLES A. LOCKHART, Public Relations Director .

.If I am to enjoy a better life, others mast live better too" L. L. Brooks
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4 THE MIAMI TIMES. 'Friday, December 9. 1966

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"\ J 1 r To Be Equal

1 H. E. SIGISMUND Rf;EVES, Editor and PublUh flq BY WHITNEY M. YOUNG, JR.Executlvo .

GARTH. C. REEVES, Managing Editor By Booker T. Hayes ) \ III
Notional Urban I
Director, League _
1 WILLIAM W. McBRIDE City Editor ..

t STANLEY .I. SWEETING. ,,Theatrical Editor. In the not too distant future (and I don't consider INTEREST RATES AND HOUSING.The -4

I M.mb.r of the Notional.NewspaperPublishers Association this pure conjecture) we as residents of the state of
boom which is now in its sixth
economic ,
Florida will be asked to vote our opinion as to whetherthe year is. according
SUBSCRIPTION RATES of to many observers, overheating. This means thai
voting age should be lowered to 18 years age.
ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX' $3.00 first the economy is operating at its outer limits of efficiency,
MONTHS' FOREIGN $6.00 This change according to a majority attending the and
Constitutional Congress to convene in 'Florida since new goods cannot be produced fast enough to keep up with!

Ento,." .. Second Clots Matter, August 9, 1927 ol tho Post 1885 would be to the advantage of the state. Proponentsin the The expanding result is rising demand costs for inflation.them.

Offito ot MIO IIII. Florida 'under the act pi March 8, 1876 favor of the move cite such reasons as the advanced There are several ways to combat inflation. Certainly the

Office ,.t 6740 NW 15th Avenue Phono OX 1-0421 maturity age of today's teens compared to those of most logical is to use the untapped resources available to

further increase productive capacity. No one canspeakof a

"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" '- generations before them. They consider television and "labor shortage" with so many men outof work, especially

TK NEGRO PRESS kollovot that Amtrlca con best 'load and more enlightened education as the greatest contri- members of minority groups whose unemployment rate Is
tho world from racial and notional antagonism when l It oe- two-and-a-half times that for white workers.
butors to this new breed. As in past arguments on this
cords to ovary man regardless of roco, crood or color his Unfortunately, the main weapon in the battle against Inflation .
human and Ugol rights Hating no man, footing no man-thiNogro issue they also express the belief that if they're old is higher interest rates, By raising interest rates the

Pross sfrivos to holp overjr man in tfio firm boliof that enough to fight, they're old enough to vote. federal government makes borrowing more costly thereby
all mon ors hurt as long as is hold bock. of the who would re-
anyone This type thinking by people slowing up the demand for expensive items like cars and

vamp Florida's outdated constitution gives evidenceof houses. This reduces consumer spending to the point where

YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK the progressive approach they take toward Florida's demand can be absorbed by available production, taking

needs. They realize that man's own ingenuity has some of the "heat" off the economy.The .
Reports are that because of a cutback in Federal adults. trouble with this approach Is that most of
funds three of ; narrowed the gap between childhood and They the burden
be Dade Economic Opportunity programs 1 1also realize that if youth are to have more of the responsibilities falls on the people who can least afford it. It stands to rea-
might, dropped. The Women in Community Service
that itisthepoorerpersonwhoneeds to borrow ,
(WICS), with ,a staff of six has of within our society we must offer greater ben money
a budget
incentive than that previously engaged by them. They and now he has to pay higher interest rates on It.
ENABLE, tht aids parents with low income in
caring has been Rents
But the major impact on housing. become
must be made to feel that the twelve preparation
fer'th years
ir children, and the SBD, (Small Business Deve- and higher because the builder who borrows money to construct
them secondary
given during primary elementary
lopment Center) with a staff of eight and of his interest
a budget education enables them to at least render average intel- apartments passes on higher payments to the
$60,000 a year. decisions. tenants. More seriously, the high cost of money stops many
WICS has a budget of $18,443 and two employees. ligent private and government housing developments from being
They recruit girls for Job Corps Camps. Only a small percentage of our graduating seniors built, because of the added cost. Construction ofnew housingis
each year continue on to schools of higher education.The its lowest level in
executive at
EOPI Richard Weatherly said he has now twenty years.
not learned officially that the three would have to be majority is swept into the mainstream of our societyin \\\th the crying need for more low and middle income

abandoned, but high ranking officials have just about various forms. In most cases they add to the work housing, there is no justification for this situation. The 1960
said' force that constitutes the average citizen. They assume census estimated that about 9.3 million housing units in the

it.Let us hope the projects could be continued. They all the responsibilities expected of every other citizen, United States were "seriously deficient*' Over 21 percent of

seem to be"safe until June.ISLANDIA but they have no political voice until they have reachedthe rental housing in metropolitan areas is unsound.

age of 21, which in some cases cover a span of 5 Faced with a growing population and thevaststretches of

MOVING ON or more years. During this period they are expected to urbanslums, we need to embark on a massive program of
pay their share of the salestax, the cost of government homebuilding for low and middle income families. But we

Mayor Luther Brooks of Islandia let it knownthat through income tax, and perform any other function ex- are not. In 1965, only 40,000suchnewhousing starts were

Islandia intends to build a city that the world will be pected of a good citizen. They are forced into a situation recorded. But a rational program to house American families .

t proud of.The. over which our country fought a war. Taxation now living in substandard dwellings would include

s new city hall will be removed from 41 NW 7th about 500,000 such housing starts per year.
s'\ Avenue to the DuPont Plaza. without representation.There To doles would be to condemn countless millions to rot
to are many who feel that today's young adultsare ting shacks and rat-infested tenements. But because of the
The City Council has hired the well-known Don
not prepared to cast a sensible ballot. They feel high interest rates now in force, there is no likelihood of an
Petit to direct the city's management and public rela-
they lack the maturity necessary to make sound decisions adequate homebuilding program.
tions and firm ,of has been
consultants named.
a These people are confessing to a deficiency i n Even federal programs to assist private financing are if.
This is the first real approach to development of our educational system, supposedly the best in the fected. An official in New York said"The: Federal Housing

the islands, said Mayor Brooks. The council is readyto world. They reflect the belief that our students are not Administration multi-family housing program is atastandstill.

move forward. being given the best instruction by the best instructors ." The reason for this is that the government cannot Insures

Whether the ideas of a proposed national monumenthas available. What they are implying that educational housing loan at more than percent interest, but few

been given up or not remains to be seen. system does not offer enough substance to stimulate banks are now willing to make loans at such low rate;

sensible thought. Municipal and other public homebuilding agencies are also
good cutting back on their construction And private builders, of
PRISONERS GET LEGAL HELP The student revolts around the country signify the course, have stopped their work for some time.
unrest in today's youth. They want a bigger share in So, in the face of for
a desperate need new housing, we
Attorney Howard Dixon has been named as the director -
the responsibilities of citizenship, or better still a have instead, fewer units being built ardpressuresfor higher -
of the for
of program setting up a permanent sys- voice in making the laws by which they are governed. rents as well. All this in the name of fighting inflation.It .
tem counselling non-criminal for
on legal problems
prison inmates and their families. They consider themselves eligible for all the privileges is time more rational methods were used in the fight
poor including the four freedoms, and have gone to great against inflation- methods which would not hit the poor
Lawyer Dixon it will increase
says lengths to exercise them. They have found so many fal- man so hard and which would not cost so much in social
of rehabilitating first and even multiple offen-
lacies in their doctrine they have decided to explorefor terms.A .
ders. It will lower he hopes the of
percentage re committee
themselves. the of their comp hlghgovernmentofficials recent-
They are bearing guilt an
leased prisoners who return to the that landed
ways cestors. ly reported to the President on ways of combating inflation

them in jail in the first place.A These people who would deny the right to vote to and suggested that the government study the possibility of
prisoner's life generally falls apart when he is selective credit controls which would make a distinction be-
18 olds are aware of the impact this added influx
in jail, said Dixon. He has family problems, financial tween borrowers whose needs were important to thecountryand
of minds would make the national
on scene. They
problems, and custody problems.This young those whose needs were less urgent. Such a system
know the trend of adults
program comes to us from the legal servicesof present among young would assure that socially necessary activities like homebuilding
is Americanism for Americans. The
the War on Poverty. They deserve credit for their more more spirit would not be penalized with self-defeating high
thoughtfulness. among today's youth is competitive.They want to know interest rates. Inflation is bad, butthegovernmentmust takecare

they have achieved through their own merits. They want not to fight it by encouraging something far worse.
to be able to glory in any victory they may win, and
OUTSIDE JUDGE FOR SHERIFF'S TRIAL interest rates. Inflation is bad, butthegovernmentmust take
they this is only possible when the market is open.
care not to fight it far worse.
Judge Carling Steadman of the Criminal Court has Education has taught them that only when they have by encouraging something

asked that an outside judge be appointed to hear the competed against the masses can they consider them-

charge of bribery and conspiracy against former SheriffT. selves true victors. They are willing to accept the

A. Buchanan.The challenge of equality.In LET'S TALK
judge feels he is not qualified because he my opinion lowering the voting age would be POLITICSBy

possesses information and opinions concerning the an ideal tjst of our educational policies. Since the

bagman, David Shifrin.. of our graduates receive no further training we can determine NORMAN E. JONES

JudgeSteadman asks that the Florida Supreme if we are furnishing them with the proper basic
Court appoint a non-Dade judge for the trial. The judge education. Surveys as to the trend of votes cast by IS BLACK POWER?

had set a hearing on pre-trial motion for Dec. 29 after this group will offer ideas as to their thinking. A vote Pnvll",continuous makes i It controversy about the phrase
accepting a not-guilty plea from the former sheriff timely to use this column to cite another
of this would
type represent a true majority, and those series dflnitions of"Black Power".
for whom the immediate future is being planned will Power" Is similar to theWomen'sSufferageMoxe-

DRIVE CAREFULLYState have some voice in that planning. I'm in favor of giving ment In America. The resentment against giving the vote was

more civic onsibility to 18 year olds. How do youfeel greater than; giving the negro the vote.

Rep. Lee Weissenborn is about to offer legislation ;' ? Women s Christian Temperance Union, Anti-Saloon

, that would revise the driver point-system so' rtSfrfBcked by other Prohibitionist movements, caused

t licenses of flagrant offenders maybe suspended easily.He LETTER TO THE EDITOR Ptruted and destroyed property in their misguided -
would give erring drivers more points if the Dear Mr. Reeves: quest to ban the sale of liquor 'in America.
judge fails to act under the with is an identical relation to cities!
present "discretionary"plan. I write this letter to express the deep appreciation of Harlem negro protests in big
Would raise the minimum from one to two pointsfor those connected with the Small Business Development Center of America's Philadelphia, Chicago et al and the efforts

moving violations. A judge would be empowered to, both, Staff and Volunteers, for the warm, fetual and- fled by the Boston greatest Tea patriots f the Revolutlon as eeempll-

suspend the license of a serious offender. intelligent manner in which your paper has Black Power Party.
constantly is the*
f Well, with so many fatal accidents, the authorities presented the objectives, accomplishments and future plans criminated, resentment of the unemployed, the dis-
cannot be blamed for makingsternerlaws.It's up to the of our program to the residents of Dade and neighboring of blacks thedispoS8CS8ed'the hungry,igno red great masses -

drivers to neep the laws, thereby reducing the numberof Counties.We Black Power Is the
accidents and realize that yours is the only voice of the resentment of the masses of blacks
I saving many lives--perhaps their own. community 'against the Injustices of the White their
which It so capably represents, and that because of this, 1 hand-picked negro leaders. Power structure
total coverage must be made and given to all of its Black Power
cerns. In spite of this, you have continued to find mental and courage of the Little Rock Nine facing
\ Governor-elect Claude Kirk has selected former and means of presenting to your readers the SMALL ways educattoa physical cruelty from the mob in quest of an

Senator B. C. Pierce of East Palatka, a Democrat, as BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CENTER Program, a Program Black Power Is
that was designed to fulfill the praying the soul oC a policeman
hopes *
his administrative director of finances and taxation. and aspirations le whips your head
It's a new position. of the impoverished business community. Black Power Is the hex
In dosing, we feel that the of 'in to Possessors and their progeny
economy the Negro
Pierce is now chairman of the Florida Tax Reform in perpetuum oC fingers
toes and cut from
Commission. Dade County will be greatly enhanced by the Negro's 'lynch mob victims. ears organs

vigorous activity as entrepreneurs in first class establish- Black Power
the "secret exhultation" of moderate re-
ments. To this extent, you have aroused the
Another County Attorney, Attorney John R. Harrell consciousness ponsible leaders
i n of a heretofore apathetic public. For this, even as they denounce Black Power advo-
has been appointed an assistant county attorney at a we are extremely cafes.

annual salary of $20,000. grateful. Yours sincerely, me Black Power Is a strong and bitter purgative to purge

Farrell has served as a member of County Attorney Robert R Slmms bloodstream of America of deadly poisonous race and
1 Thomas Britton's staff in 1965. Director religious hate, to preserve the life of this Proclaimed citadelof
I freedom In the world.

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Mrs. Daniel (Lenora) Johnson has returned to her i
Liberty City home after vacationing in New York City
with her son, Dr. James Johnson.Mr. .

and Mrs. E. R. (Carol CooperHanna and daughter -

Terah of Nassau, spent the weekend with mom and yt ,

grandmother, Marie Cooper.Mrs. ...,,.

William (Belle) Crawford spent a week in
Americus, Ga. with her mother, Mrs. Laura Davis.
From Tuskegee for the Orange Blossom Classic, EstelU Cooper of 558 NW
49th St., niece of Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Moore and
daughter. They were Mrs. Warren Barr and daughter
the houseguests of the Robert mms. of Rev. and Mrs. James R.
Cooper will be united in holy
More out-of-town guests were the George (Joyce) matrimony to Mr.John F. Mar- I
Engrams, Daytona Beach; Leo and Cecile Lewis and tin,son of Rev.and Mrs. John
II. Martin, 1065 NW 41st St.,
daughter, Delia; Ronald Porter, Melbourne; the Gib- Saturday, Dec. 17 at 4 p.m. I
sons (Venda Rei and James) St. Petersburg; Mr. Jerry Miss Cooper is a memberof
Simmons, Sr. and son, Oliver of Cocoa. The Olivers Greater Bethel AMB Church .
were guests of Lola Simmons at her Liberty City home. and the youth choir. She is a -
1966 graduate of Booker T. TELL OURADVERTISERS Lovely/ Joan Storr, 573 NW 19th St., will be the
Washington High and is now contralto soloist in the 175-member singing from
Congratulations to the Lenord Dean's (Elcena). attending Miami-Dade Jr. group
They are cuddling a blue bundle of joy, Lenord Jr. College. Mr. Martin is a 1964 the University Miami Choral Union and Greate"Miami
I t's their first.Dorothy graduate of Miami Northwestern YOU SAW IT IN THE Council of Churches, which will present Handel's Messiah >

High School. TIMES Dec. 10 at Miami Marine stadium. Here she Is
Richardson and son, Charles of Tuskegee shown with Glenn Draper, director of choral music at
chose Orange Blossom Classic time for a visit with the university, who will direct the Messiah, and also
her family to make it a dual celebration.Mrs. I J the carol which
Phil' OssoferHuman sing precedes it. The evening is sponsored
by southeast Florida Dairy Institute and thereis
Lydia Richardson of Brownsville, has been
in the wilderness. no admission charge and no collection. This Is
Rights Day,sponsored cry
all smiles since her mother came down from Georgia fora
visit. by the United Nations, Already our enemies, the seventh annual presentation of the Messiah, and
will beobservedonDecember materialism and commu- the second annual carol sing. The public is invited.
10th. This occasion bringsto nism, are at our doors, not ,
Cleveland Stuart planed to Nassau on Sunday to mind the thought that as by land or sea, but thoughthe
attend the funeral of his cousin, Stafford Stuart.
long as we have to observe minds of men dulling
certain "Days" & "Weeks", our senses to the will of God. Second Child
Orchids to Metro bus driver, Louis Hadley. we are weak in whatever' In this day, no land is safe Spacing
those "Days" or "Weeks" from encroachments by its
Sympathy to the following families in their loss of represent For instance, we enonies. Border lines are a Clinic Opened
loved ones: Adams-Hadley, Williams-Hampton; HepburnLee have Brotherhood Week,but matter of the past. Now is
; Freeman-Ferguson, Rolle, Phillips, Jones, Scott, we don't have true brother- the time to go forward, to The Economic Opportunity The first clinic, openedin
Mackey-Wallace Hall and hood. We have United Na- awaken to the fact that thisis Program, Inc., agency that October at the EOPI's
McQueen, Dorsett-James; ;
fights the war against Culmer Neighborhood Centerin
tions Day, but the nationsare truly one world, and thatwe povertyin
Rolle. Dade County, opened its Downtown Miami, has had
not truly united. We still must become united in the
second Child Spacing Clinic so many applicants that even
need an active! NAACP,prov- brotherhood of man under
Dr. James Johnson of New York, son of Mrs. Le- ing that Negroes have not the Fatherhood of God. Monday, Dec. 5. more are planned.
nora Johnson and the late Mr. Daniel Johnson are among The clinic, at the EOPI's
advanced to their rightful I believe that nothing less The program as such is
Coconut Grove Neighborhood
those attending the American Academy of Dermatology, positions in all fields of en- will) be accepted by Him in Center, will be open Monday under the supervision of Dr.
meeting at the Americana Hotel. deavor. this day. To strive for this evenings from 6 to 10 and Enrico L. Matta, director of ?
We are living in a periodof station is to strive to fulfill staffed by Dr. Herman n>min- the Child Spacing Program, in
Many patients in mental hospitals in the state (Fla.) transition, an age which the Lord's Prayer and to participate quez, Mrs. Ann Schildroth cooperation with Miss Gertrude -
are going to wake up Christmas morning with an empty many people do not seem to in the fulfillment of health educator, and Mrs. Drasnin, the EOPI's
stocking unless more Miami people open their hearts understand." Such people Christ's prophesy of,.the One Ada Devoe, a nurse. health program director. I
and ,their' pocket books for those :unfortunate people must be' awak'ened''to'' the Fold. What'greater destinycan

"ProjeCt'' Cheer,II'a' of the Mental clangers of complacency and man have In this ''age?
project thoughtlessness, and'be When we made full time
Health Association, is to or to buy
money made to realize that job of being a brother to all,
separa- Artistic Floral
for the 10,000 patients of the state who are confined to Shop
be with full human
tion In any form it racial rights for .
mental hospitals. national or religious, all, we will be able to give FOR ALL OCCASIONS )
Cigarettes, tobacco, pipes,tobacco pouches, socks, can bring disaster to our up to "Days" and "Weeks"which ARRANGEMENTS
belts billfolds cosmetics, gloves, blouses, Natural and Artificial
purses world. The few who are a- we observe now because
hosiery and lingerie are among items needed. ware of the dangers of our their goals' are as yet At It's New LocationMrs.
The gifts must be shipped to the hospitals before times ar the Paul Reveresof only hopes rather than re

Dec. 15. Hurry! Don't miss this chance to give a gift Armageddon, sending out alities. Mable Bodie, Proprietor ''

with a heart. Mrs. Dora M. Williams, Business Manager

son-in-law, the Charles Trammells and grandson, Carl,
bells will for Iris Louella Culmer St.
ring 62
Wedding 1551 NW
Mrs. Mary Sands has returned to her home in Myrtle
and John H. Daniels Jr. of Montgomery, Sunday, Dec.
Beach South Carolina.
18 at Christ Episcopal Church. Iris is the daughter of 691-7475 754-7726

Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Culmer. Paul Capra, assistant director of the ,office of

undergraduate admissions of Yale University, talked to
Houseguesting with Mrs. Mae Monroe are Elaine bright local high school students at the Urmey Hotel
Sands and Estine Kemp of Nassau. this Thursday night.

Funeral services for Mrs. Mazie Timmons, pioneer
The Henry Arringtons Liberty City housewarminglast
citizen were held on Saturday morning at Mt. Zion
Friday night drew hundreds of well wishers, manyin
Baptist Church. town for the Classic.

Get well wishes to Beatrice Eve at Mt. Sinai; Mr. and Mrs. George W. Butler, Sr., of Daytona
Adelbert Stirrup at Christian; Effie Braynon at Home; Beach, were the guest of Juanita Thompson dur ing

Norma Johnson at Jackson; Naomi Davis, Annie Harper. the Classic weekend. 4.s .

Allendale, S. C. will be the scene of Barbara Gra- The Classes of 46 and 56 will meet at the home of
ham and William Higgs' wedding on December 27. Joe Williams, 2972 NW 68th Terrace on Sunday, Dec. ct ui "A-" N

11 at 6 p.m. to make plans for their annual Christmas
Carrie D. Meeks journeyed to Tallahassee where party.
funeral services were held for her mother, Mrs. Carrie rr.-

Pittman. Congratulations to newlyweds Carl E. Mitchell and

Jacqueline C. Daniels who were married November 6.
Visiting relatives and friends is Ralph Barclay of

Albans. The Dade, Broward and Palm Beach County Sigma There's still time but hurry Join our
Alpha chapter of Boule, composed of Negroes outstanding -
Alfred Smith of Nassau was the houseguestof Rev. 'in, professions,will hold its annual meeting at Pla

and Mrs. Wilfred Glass. boy Club,7701 Biscayne Blvd., on Wednesday, Dec. 21 1967 CHRISTMAS CLUBIt's

according to Dr. John Brown, making arrangements for
student at Fisk was initiated into
Carol Oavis,
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority. Sister, Iral Porter of the event. the easiest, surest.way to save ahead

her in the impressive for Christmas gifts parties or trips-to
Rantoul, Illinois was there to pin Tuesday, Dec. 13, Girl Scout Training session at ,
ceremony. Holmes Elementary. "Job of the Leader." Please come. have enough extra dollars for holiday or

Be a key to Girl Scouting. other year-end expenses. Just 50 weekly l
for her
Friends of Naomi Davis are wishing a deposits! Join right nowmembershipcloses
automobile accident
Naomi was in an
speedy recovery.
December 4-11 Universal Bible Week

birthday time for Ralph D. Mizell and Peggy 8 Immaculate Conception

Thompson, Dec. 8; Thelma McDonald and Carolyn! B. (Roman Catholic Holy Day of NATIONAL BANK

Johnson, Dec. 9; Jennifer Y. Richardson, Catherine W. Obligation)
Taylor and Tee S. Greer, Dec. 10; Keven B. Sims and December 815 Hanukkah or MIAMI

Orie P. Clark,Dec. 11; Horace McMillan, Idella Brown, DecemberlQ-17 Human Rights Week First fully Integrated bank in the entire Sort Bart- ?1
Barbara Brooks Theodore C. Brown, Dec. 14; Ca- December 15 Bill of Rights ritA here In the Edison Financial Center

therine J. an4 nd Ruby King, Dec. 15. HAP P Y 6013 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone 7S94U1THE
BIRTHDAY! THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK: An acre of performance -
: is worth the whole of promise.

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.._",iWI..t., i" jt fIA. .-"... BY JIMMY "SCOOP" BETHEL

By Gwendolyn Laverne Ross WHAT'S NEW Hotel Theresa to be converted from residential -
i to office building All residents and guests
SCHOOL SCOOPS moved out last week.The famous Theresa Hotel is Hat.lem's .
Mays, High students are basking in thclimelightfollowing only skyscraper builder. It is located at 125th
their team's recent capping of the Interscholastic Football zs St.
Championship title by defeating Lincoln High of Jacksonville and 7th Avenue Rumors are out that Dr. Ralph
on December 2.The Rams havea 13-0 seasonal record. Bunche will retire,from the United Nations and his post

The Rams will play their first basketball game of the season as undersecretary after this current session John
against Attucks High of Dania on December 10, 7:30 Myers, a religious talent promoter (credited for Maha-

p.m., In the gym. lia Jackson's rise to fame) died Nov. 21 at his home,
You'll bevelled In mystery when the Mays High dramatist 155 W. 132nd St., N. Y., after a brief illness. Myers was
present a rrfystery-comedy entitled"Who Dunnit"on December 60 and last week
born in Ohio years ago was buried at
16, at 8 p.m.,in the school auditorium. Seniors Thomas
Middletown, Ohio .
Woodside Cemetery, Congressman
,Harrington, Wayne Anderson, Jewel Armstrong, Willie
Floyd, Gloria Williams, and Susuan Shedd will star in the Adam Clayton Powell's personal and political
production is directed by Mr. Paplno. future still hanging in the balance pending the Appel-

late Div. and State Supreme Court Appeal dicision.
.e..e ;.__J-- Ii" -- Meantime, Powell is partying in Bimini, Bahamas .
Countywide thespians oonvenedon Decembers,'9, and 10, DANIEL JOHNSON in .MICHAEL WOODARDS Comedian Dick Gregory (Negro freedom fighter) leaving

at Miami Killian High School. Private Daniel Johnson ,2160 NW 71st St., has been as- for Vietnam to entertain the fighting men on the lines.

SOCIAL NOTES m received a visit fran his signed to Truax Field, Wis., Gregory was delayed by customs and hadn't receivedthe
Area residents hosted out-of-town guests for the Orange parents, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel after completing Air Force ba- legal papers from the state. 'He will still leave
Blossom Classic festivities. The following is a list of these Johnson, Jr. to witness his sIc training Well known Prof. Norris Roach, founder of the "Com
residents and their graduation from basic train-
bination Business School" at 125th St., NYC
at Ft. Jackson Caro The airman, a 1966 graduatelina. recently
Mr. and Mrs. James Bailey (Ann) of 15025 Jackson ing : S.
High died and was buried Nov. 25 at Woodlawn
of Miami Northwestern Cemetery.
Street; Mrs. Idella Smith (Mrs. Bailey's sister)of Tallahassee -
; Mr.and Mrs. James Crawford(Alma)of 14250 Madison SAN ANTONIO Airman School, will be trained on the
Street;' Mr."and Mrs.Albert Ware (Clara)of Orlando; Michael A. Woodards, son of job as an air policeman with BETTY LAVENDER JACKSON "Miss Photogenic of
Miss Victoria Simpson of 13040, Monroe Street;,Mr. and: Mrs. Rosa L. Thompson of,Air Defense Command. December 66" Betty, a native of Miami, now residng
Mrs. J. A. Henry and daughter Caledonia of Tampa and at 1111 E. State St., Trenton, New Jersey is a model
Ocala., with great ambition. Likes shopping for new clothes.
* e' She's going steady with Herbert Turner (he's a talent

The stork recently paid a visit to two local families: ,producer). Favorite singer, Arthur Prysock, song, "My
Mr. and Mrs. Mantley Dorsey (Ernestineof 10420S. W. Faith," music, rock and roll. Betty sends greetings and
149 Street were gifted with a baby daughter, Kathy Lynn. regards to her family: Mrs. Evelyn Williams of 2112 NW

i Airman Flrst,class Vaughn Chills and Mrs. Chillis(JanIce -*,, 68th Terrace, Liberty City and Louise Lavender, also
) were the recipients of a seven pound bundle, daughter;/ I of Miami--lier,sisters,She dedicates Sam, and Dave's hit
tjoyelle Denise fAirman: Chillis:}s.presently stationed in Thai- I 'song, "I've Got Everything I..Need/,' \o' her brother,

land. Murray Lavender.

Members of Martin Memorial AME Church are happy to MIAMIANS IN NEW YORK Wilbert Williams of458

rewekome Dr. R. R Johns as their pastor. Dr. Johnson Cyrus Pl., Bronx, is owner of the Big Mid-Island Point
was reappointed to tills position at the African Methodist contracting firm at 209 E. 165th St., Bronx. Originally
Episcopal Convention held from November 23 thru 27.
from Nassau, Bahamas, Wilbert is the son of Robert
The church is rehearsing for their annual Christmas
pageant <(: ) Williams. His aunt is the former
Mary Bryant.
under the direction of Mrs. Kelly and 1967 senior class .
members.v 1 '(Mother of Henry Bryant) Tallahassee's gift to

-- -', Newark, New Jersey, Anderson Johnson (Big Andy)all
JAMES BOOKER ANTHONY JOHNSON excited over the Orange Blossom Classic. The discus-

tip r,1Y ,ry4i SAN' ANTONIO Airman SAN ANTONIO Airman sion was at the New York-New Jersey chapter of the

f. f' M #!i%S5I James Booker Jr., son of Anthony K. Johnson, whose Florida A&M alumni association, at Loew's Midtown
: ''i : iiiiii : Mrs. Fannie D. Booker of 412 mother resides at 5245 NW 26th Motor Inn, 8th Ave. and 48th St. Manhattan. Andy re-
;f'I";; ,,. NW 41st st., Miami has been Ave., has been selected for sides at 561 High Street, Newark, New Jersey .
04. "" ,I """ r' .J-I" 10"" ,.....". i :." i ... ';'"i selected for technical training technical training at Ft. Lee, Jessie (J> W.) Williams, native Miamian, residing at6
$1tHIrrER,. ;aN41yi@R tJ lIMI ARY- '6th ciAssi: : at Lackland AFB, Tex., as a Va., as a U. S. Air Force food Trent St., Trenton, New Jersey, working the construc

(YRITE4.SthiI- l.t' }$ U.S. Air Force air policeman> service specialist. lion line, his wife is the former Lauria Parkerson.J. W.is .

'f ', V! v-:" The 'airman recently: com-' The airman recently completed the son of Willie Williams of 1716 NW 3rd Ave., Mia
< "" : 4* pleted basic training at basic training at Lack mi. He dedicates Frank Sinatra's hit "That's Life" to

..f :' : FTUhiU II' ,.*.. Lackland. His new school is land AFB,Tex.His new school his favorite ex-high school teacher, Mrs. Ruth Harrisof
part of the Air Training Corn- Is of the Air Dillard
7 part Training High. He dedicates Jr. Walker's "Nothing
h man which conducts hundreds Command which conducts hundreds But Soul" to his
1kIrsII' rANi23e0 two brothers, Jessro and Thurman.
.., co '''' .....'. "- ,'*:.___. .. '!"' of provide specialized technically courses trained to of specialized coursesto King Coleman, dancer (king of the Mash Potatoes)

.> West, Flagler Street personnel for the nation's personnel provide technically for the nation'saerospace trained WWRL top disc jockey and great comedian touring the
f ..,. aerospace force. force. country as star M. C. with the Wilson Pickett-Sam and
; I Dave show. He's a Florida son.

." 443.41'; : Airman Johnson is a 1964
I. Airman Booker was graduated graduate of Northwestern
i Y from Booker T. Washington Fla. Senior High School.
High schoolDunnelton, ,
For Brochure' Jan.6, 1965. His father, Roosevelt C.
i Sweeting, resides at 233-235
Will St., N. Y.

A3C Willie Jordan, son of
,.lrs. Mamie L, Jordan of 1819
LIBCITYNOW :NW 5th; PlaceH.home on 30
:,days leave before reporting
SHOWING 'Ii" to his new assignment in the
RSYE IN THEATR Phillippines. Airman Jordan
entered the U. S.Air Force on n
Aug. 8 and went to Texasfor
his basic training. Afterhe
completed his basic
:__ L_ _.__ ___0 0_ .L training "_-
nc was enl 10 me Air ,
-' -
: LAURENCE Force Aero Space Security
Forces School at Lackland TEEN TALK AND MUSIC SURVEY Mary Robbins
AFB, Texas for eight weeks dedicates "I'll be home for Christmas" to Arrie Bell
\ HESION( OLIVIER 'of school. Airman Jordanwas Smith of 415 Willard Ave., Daytona Beach, Fla. .
: c" :.COftDON M TW MAHM a graduate of O. W. Cart Listen carefully, you'll hear that Sam and Dave's reCording -
"k \ \ ver High in June 1966. of "I Got Everything I Need" is a SamCooke

\ RICHARD JOHNSON sound alike-very great Moutree
SAN ANTONIO Airman phrasing Mattie
RALPH RICHARDSON Oliver J. Jones, son- of Mr. ,son Airman of Mr. and Arthur Mrs.A.ArthurB.Stewart, had recorded "Silent Night" the way she sang it for

and Mrs. Harold Jones of Stewart of 6318 NE 12th Ct., me Thursday night with her back up soul group. It
Ia 2651 NW 49th St., has been entered the U. S. Air Forceon have been a holiday smash New sounds com
PRODUCTION assigned to Minot AFB, N.D., Dec. 2. He will go to ing up by a new group "The Sharonettes"all teenagers,
after completing Air Force Texas for his basic training Joan Williams, 700 E. 156th St., Bernice Hampton and

f haRjbu1 basic training.The the and then mechanical will be assigned field, the in and Mary Hampton, 532 Wales Ave. and Tina'McAlliston

airman, a 1964 graduate field that he selected before aU t.fre Bronx lassies Jackie Wilson's new hit,
of Kf ami-Northwestern
." his enlistment.Airman Stewartwas "Whispers" dedicated to Sandra and Clinton
.. High School, will be trainedon
a graduate from Miami- Roberts .
Jimmy Ruffin's
"what becomes of
'ULTRA PANAVISION' TECHNICOLOR the job as an air policemanwith
UNITEDARTISTS'I the Strategic Air Com 1964 and has attended High in Miami-June Hearted" dedicated to Lucy Ann Randle of 81st

I ALSO AT 6:30: : mand.Airman Dade Junior College. Terrace. This is Scoop Bethel saying time and tide
waits for
Jones attended r no man. CYNXWK.;

; ITS A PLOT! Miami-Dado Junior College. ... '. _',_ _1

...temake the weld dle/aiughIftg.! bey Airman,son of Chairlte t.1r.and Lee Mrs.Goose-Milton Airman Erroll EAST. :COAST"TAILORS

THE MIRISCH COftPOMTWN n.r., WITH U. S. COMBAT AIR entered Oooseby the of U.339 S.NW Air 13th St., son of Mr. and Mrs.B. Walker Walter, Headquarters for the
FORCES Vietnam AIrman Force Walker of 6190 NW 11th
Ave. Well Dressed Man
on Dec. 1. He will
Second Class Alfred Texas for go entered the U. S. Air Force
|"THE flUSSIAHS ARE COMIHfc1' Riles, "whose mother, Mrs. then will his be basic trainingand on [)cc. 2. He will go to Alterations ondRomodelmg
( assigned in Texas for
-( Henrietta McCray, resides at the general field, the field and then basic training FAST SERVICE
THE flUSSIAHS ARE COMINfc"canirixiuv will be assigned in
4225 NW 25th Ave., is on that he selected before his the general field, the field Shouldn't your tailor bEAST
duty at [>a Nang AB,Vietnam. enlistment. Airman Oooseby that he selected before his COAST
nufsxar y Airman Riles, a food ser- was a graduate from George enlistment.
.,...UNITED ARTISTS vice specialist is a graduateof Washington Carter High, was a graduate Airman from Walker 111 NW 62 ST.
Douglas, Qa. in June 66. Airman Booker
Northwestern Senior High Oooseby is married to T. Washington High in 1964, PL 8-3901
School. former Lourine Domes and has attended Miami-Dado A culfwhile you wait
Junior College. anytime

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THE MIAMI TIMES December 9 196?
r- -, EIRr1tT. __..__ __ Friday, ,
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'i';' : ", i Upward Bound Grads FOR SALE .


Lots 15, 16, 17, 18
i Continue EducationEarly ..
In Inlet City, Rivera i

aw I indications of Upward stration projects show that West Palm Beach I
Bound's success in re 80% thestudents continued '
I aching and motivating Improver their education, with 78%b"O' Consult H. E. S. Reeves '
5 !shed high school ing on to college. Only 12 c/o The Miami Times !

youngsters are that they re- percent of these Upward 6740 NW 15th Avenue i
spond as if the flood gatesto Bound alumni dropped out "
LINE-0-TYPE knowledge had just open during their freshman year Miami, Florida

ed, but the scares of povertywill of college, l less than half the \
By Stanley (Sweets) Sweeting not be quickly erased.Dr. customary dropout rate for
Richard T. Frost, such students. (Previous
LCKfDAA& UNIVERSITY, YOUR SLIP'S SHOWINU OEO director of Upward studies puttedropoutrateln
: Miamians are quite unhappy about the way Florida Bound, projects that the several predominantly Negro colleges (.
A & M University is treating them. The University's be, hundred thousand high at one-third the fresh-
haviour, here of late, appears to be one of selfishness. Over school youngsters from impoverished man class.) Although they CHINA VALLES
the years Dade Countians have faithfully supported the backgroundswho were having a tough time
school's every effort, but the local citizenry now feels that now go to college at a competing academically, PRESENTS
FAM U has gone "high hat". They feel that you are letting rate of 8% could be motivated those students from the lowest
them down. Our best high school athletes, which have been through Upward Boundto economic status were JAZZ NIGHT W
many, have been persuaded to matriculate there. Our best go at a rate of over 5% those who most often Improved -
musical and drama talent have cooperated.Ourenthusiasm -higher than the college rate their grade level in EVERY i
and support have been a standout We have been loyal to for all Americans, rich or the second semester. Also, f1
the core. 20% of the Upward Bound MONDAY NIGHTAT
poor.Data from six of the first students in college improvedtheir
OUR LOCAL SCHOOLS are top heavy with your grad- 18 upward Bound demon- academic standing in THE Lr Lr"James
uate teachers and coaches. But despiteour loyalty you have the second semester
made us very unhappy. Unhappy because the University ---- Club
has let us down. You have almost taken our parade fromus.
This has affected business time in late December. The Eden Roc around Christmas and
our our economy. You raised I I FEATURINGTHE
our game prices, even our students admission, and the Deauvllle about Easter. .Marguarette Carey, seriously L
know the kids cannot afford it You fail to give us adequate you I ill In Jackson for over a year, at home on the mend. JAZZ SCOPES SEPTET China Pallet,
James Brown's next after his Miami Beach
parade-route decoration appearance of
only a scant reminder. You moved I
your team and band to the Beach. Your hospitality room was Jacksonville. .While celebrating his llth anniversary VICKIE WEST, VOCALIST
Daniels followed Jose Greco into Ft. Lauderdale's
is In a predominately white hotel. You ralsedyour Souvenir Billy

Program advertising prices much too high, and only the Chateau Madrid. SPECIAL ADDED ATTRACTION
local printed program, which ably supports your project,
remains the same. DAVE AKINS TRIO
YOU APPEAR TO HAVE GONE "Hollywood" on the ?
local dtlzenry. You have cut the ticket agents percentages YOU CAN OWN YOUR HOMEFOR ONLY FEATURING BILAL OH PIANO
to a new low, much too low, forgetting that these
responsible for much of your attendance. Then too, ,
they are held responsible for the loss of your merchandise. NEW. MOVE IN BEFORE CHRISTMAS.
Negro press for advertising of your CALL:
school's biggest financial project and we see but very little. Free Jazz Albums. to lucky ticket holders

But these very same local weeklies support you with reams Deity Realtor 947-7111 ADMISSION $1.00
of news and picture space. Just what is the matter FloridaA
& M? Is the Classic too big for you to handle or has Listen for the WMBM Live Jazz Broadcast direct

politics raised its ugly head within your ranks? It appearsthe Tip Top Realty from the Mr. James Club
"boys across the tracks" have taken over. J.R.E. Lee,
Jr. do you go for this?Your Orange Bowl crowd last weekend -
was the smallest for our city since you arrived here
sane 20 years ago. And it might get worse. Your supporters -
area little disgusted. But you seem to think FAM U has |OUR CLASSIFIE
"got it made". WiththeadventofFloridaMemorial College r
Invading our midst,youhad betler look out Florida A & M,
I think your slip's showing but badly! ADS
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THE LITTLE RED BOOK: A nice place for nice people BRING RESULTS : : "; \

'Miami Community!! Police BeneVolent'Association's: hall, .
that's renting to o'rganTzatiorial meetIngs;social functions b r r r
any other gatherings .Smiling Eddie HUman and Prof.

Wilson shaking paws along 15th Avenue. .Tom Jones, NOW OPENPRINCE'S t Ring in good cheer all year with work- ,"
FAM U all-American footballer, who doesn't get much publicity J'
but deservesnothingshortofthebest.a great buy B elf saving, comfort-giving electric appliances !
Alonzo (Skinny) Romer will be out of the City Stockade by e that add so much to good living at such

Christmas, his birthday. And Willard Jones was so-o-o f lew cost. Remember, you're giving ?
happy to be out of the same brig for Classic time. Printers I LpNG LASTINC i
p not once but a thousand times
mistakes and typographical errors and transposition of = wTH M'LY GIF

lines in newspapers sometimes lead to misconstruing, even PitBarBQ '' when you give electrically!
by the most articulate. A mention in this corner a few weeks
previous was so mumble-jumble that folks began calling Dr.
John 0. Brown, the eye specialist, inquiring whether or not r
he had moved his office. No, the ophthmologist has not tir
moved but Is still at h1ssame location and apparently doinga
terrific bfc. But thanks anyway for reading the column. .,.mow=
27th Ave.
NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Credit Leo F. Simms as the
journeyman who intergrated the first painters union in the
state of Florida that operates under the AFL banner, Local & 46th St. '
No 365 CIty Prison Guard James Gunn seeking a disability [ 'I
retirement. .Happy over the approaching winter
season is Anna Grace Sweeting, the Dunbar Elementary BEST HICKORY r J'
schoolmarm, who is so anxious to sport her new fur piece
-a gift from her uncle Brenville of New York City .Capt COOKED RIBS I'ul I ))1
Maury Wills of the National League's champs on the block? ANDCHICKEN t'
Attitude's bad, they say.. .Rattler Coach Jake Gaither I i I
and Major League's first Negro umprte, Emmett Ashford,
Blossom Classic tilt. Cyril Rudolph Roberts ailing downIn Flameless'and fumeless' for Frees Mom from the sink. -FREIZERcleenercoolerfastercooking

Key West. .Kelsan Farrington prefers Smirnoff Vodka. ...and tastier meals, too. dries.Washes Saves, rinses 90,minutes sanitizes a day and "supermarket"Ends messy defrosting for fresh and A r,
.Jo-Ann Turner a Liberty City EOPI delovely Look frozen foods
Alikes: FAMU's vice prexy J.R.E. Lee, Jr. amd WilliamBill

( ) Stirrup, FAMU's Classic parade marshall. FOR A LIMITED TIME '

THE WEEK'S WASH Break on the James Brown"walkout" ONLY 1 1 t

during his Miami Beach Convention Hall appearancelast 0 .t'
Friday night to come soon.: "Some kind of mixup, j.I J
said Brown. .Rose McNeil funeralked from Ebenezer Monday 't
.Alice Harrison's home In Opa Locka is 90 percen THE DAVE AKINS TRIO
furnished by her husband Samuel's artistry. He's a pro- YEAR ROUND REVERSI-CVCLI
fessional photographer, musician and cabinet maker. Plus the Everyttlnllooks COLOR TELEVISION better In Ends washday ELECTRIC drudgery.DRYER Gives'sunshine' Cools ELECTRIC In, summer AIR CONDITIONER, warms in
Joan Storr, first Negro lassie to shirp at Marine Stadium color-for I world of family convenience, day winter. Two tried-and.proven
December 10. Joan's a University of Miami music major' IRA SULLIVAN FOUR enjoyment or night comforts In one compact Unit.
and you shouldn't miss her 7:00: p.m. performance, cause
it's for free. .Percy (Black Cow)Brown's son, Percy Jr., a r
University of Florida soph, has'been inducted into the army NO ADMISSIONNO I.
of fraternal ism. His identity is Eta Omega chapter of Phi Mu TABLE CHARGE Iy \
Alpha Sinfonia Fraternity of America -amusical bit whose "-

purpose is "to advance the cause of music"., .Atlas Turner Jazz Concert r .t t. 1.
celebrated mother natal holiday December 1. err
Every Sunday FREE! A gay 32-page booklet I
SALTWATER TAFFY Nassauvians Cynthia,Theodoraand Admission $1.00 GET ONI AT YOUR APPLIANCE DEALER'S '
Malvern Dean houseguested with Miamian Lorraine Alan I Rock, M. C. A Treasury of Chnatmaa Idea* and ,
Ruyol during the Orange Blossom Classic activities..James dozen eajy-doe-it help) to make. t'
and Rosalie Morris dittoed. .The recordng Temptationsare JAZZVILLE AT THE your holiday brighter and your ij'ij'I
now real estate business partners as owners of a Fore! RANCHER work lighter. Lavuhly illustrated :. 7)
Hills six-layer apartment dwelling. Herman Walton will
Blvd. & 126
She's Mary Louise Floyd, Liberty Biscayne St.
try his third come Friday. iN.wY.oreEver.a.rv. f',
City Elementary schoolmarm. His first was Retha, his i
second, Dorothy. A reception is promised Mary Louise inthepeeemmattheirnew89thStreethome > FLORIDA I POWER ft LIGHT I COMPANY I
Look for the lions .wbol..p..d.
talented and famous Supremes_trio. to hit the Beach some- t:

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TH'E MIA' Friday December 9. 19M 9.

FP&L Balks a( ::1

e) Underground Wiring j

Florida Power and Light *Members of the Urban Renewal }j
Company was asked by Ur- board went ahead and ,1
ban Renewal officials this approved the resolution I
i week to provide free under- which was called an "invlta,1
11 11 1f" ground utilities for a 147- tion," then passed a second I
acre redevelopment projectIn resolution asking Metro
.:::... Miami, which will cost Commission to take action to \i
The Classic has'come'and gone. It was a Classic like no about $360,000.Two force free underground util-
other, !In that there were only 28,0001anson hand to cheer II* ; telephone companymen ities.
e the teams and greet the marching and maneuvers of that who dropped in on the
fine band All of this was not due to the weather. The people meeting reportedly did not Department heads request- I k.:
just did not'"turn out" the way they did a'few years look at the proposal as a- ,ed:additional soda service i /
A lot of the faces L workable Florida and relocation "workers to
ago. that you usually see, from all over P +' F one. Power -
the U.S A. were not here this year,and we are beginning to a Mro c1 had already said it woulddo handle the case load'of displaced :1;
wonder If this muclt-looked-forward-to-event has lost some the job for money.* families. .
of Its "punch". We are wondering too, with the times chang ,
ing shouldn't this game change also. Is it too "one-sided"? \R+ ?+ t es---- eao1 ea.retr eaatr e
Miami has Its own Dolohlns now, and they are making 3 I '\ \i, r ,.
great strides. Is It that there Is not enough competition to \ v
make It interesting? Is it that there needs to be some "mix- HAIR DOESN'T GROW?
Ing" of the players? Or Is It that there should be some I
"mixed' teams playing against FAMU? Your guess is as DANDRUFF?
good as ours, but my feeling Is that such good teams (sorm!
all White some all Negro and some with both White I ITCHY SCALP?

and Negro players) who could and would compete In the : FALLING HAIR?
Orange Blossom Classic that It seems a little"backward"to
have two all-Negro teams playing in this once a year I
all-Important game. Is this segregation in reverse? We need
the to all of these ----- ---- ..,, IIELP
answer questions in order for the Classicto I Jl HERE 'S
remain the great, well-attended event that It has been for HI THERE Pretty Sharon Lightsey drew oohs and a I
these many years. We would hate to see this affair fall by aahs from the Orange Blossom Classic Parade watchersas
the wayside, for a lot of us just go to the game for the half- she rode the
House of
time show by that fabulous band. Sponsors of this game, Photography float. Sharon isa I I USE
please wake up and find out what is wrong and correct it 1966 graduate of BTW High and is now attending
Let's keep this Miami-Dado Junior College.Promoters I
thegreatDecember"homecoming"thatit has
always been. I .anol.l. I


Dodger Pitcher) Brown Stops Show \
Speaking of Howard Hadley: I told him the other day thatas I
soon as I get up enough nerve I would be in to get a "Soul" music singer Ticket" sales were slow | Is highly medicated to help retarded hair growth
'James Brown really stoppedthe
and those
who attended could
tooth pulled. Mayme told me not to about that, because j :,
worry show when he walked off have been accommodated atone I land I I fast relief of Dandruff
give Itchy Scalp
first thing Dr. Hadley was going to do was kill the Miami Beach Convention show in the huge conven- | you ,
the nerve, so why bother to* get. it*up. Hall stage Fridaybecause the tion hall. j and Falling Hair. Ask 'for it at your favorite
performer's troupe did not get
I am wondering how many of you have stopped going to the full pay for the show. The Volunteers for True I|I beauty salon or drug store. I
Grand Way just because you cannot get through the line Ben Bart said Saturday Equality, a local organization
quickly? We are trying to do something about that, you ''from the Jacksonville Civic of which Simone is president, A Three Month Supply Only $1.50
know. It is not good when youhaveto go to a store where Colosseum where Brown and had contracted the show. I I
you know you will have to pay higher price for an articleor his "fabulous Flames" were TEMPLE
a bag of groceries, just because the line is too long and playing that "we were con- Assistant manager of the Temple Add $150' I
you stand for 30 or 40 minutes before you can get to the tracted to receive $20,000 for1 of the Convention Hall, Earl! I I .GROWERNUKAIR
cashier. There was a time,when you could go' hi and there two show-$10,000 in :advance : Baird, said the box office '
were three or four (and sometimes more) cashiers, along and the other during. money would be frozen until ''I AURGE NU-KAIR I r
with a "speed lane" working. I know that I have started intermission." the audience get their money | CREAM PRESS9* BERGAMOT 89cJ
going to the small neighborhood stores and Shells (whichare "I waited and I waited," back. j _
Bart said. "I told Ot L MBMI H OI MBBB.- MM rm mmm
farther away) because it does not take but a few min- father --- ------ .
utes to pick up your purchase and get out It Is hard on tos Simone--either pay or .
the purse, but not on the nerves. We will let you know the we'll call off the show."
results. fr7:1HE': : rI

QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT. Bert Wallace, one of our NorthwesternAdult I PEPPERMINT CANE
popular musicians, told me about the mistake John Law '. JC
made in picking him up. He was not guilty, nor had he I / "
been involved in anything outside the law. Bert was dis- CenterOffers ', ,
missed and is at home, as free as you and I.......Speaking I ., li ,
of Bert, he has joined our big band which stilt rehearsesat i '. '
30Courses .. : ormer 'I Brothers)
Bonded Rental Agency on Tuesday nights. Running the
band through its paces is Eric Knight musician extra- ;-- :' NW 36th ST. AND 2nd AVE
ordinary ......Up at the Rancher Motel, Alan Rock !is as .
happy as Chickie Horne would be In the YMCA, because PresentsFRI.SAT.SUN.DEC.91011
last week the place was loaded with ourfolk to listen to the 1
fabulous Dave Akins Trio And the Ira Sullivan Four. You The Miami Northwestern \
know Alan, he likes a little color .......My girl, Clea Bradford -.High School Adult Educa- ,
who has just returned from Russia,Paris, Sweden and tion Center, 7007 Northwest'
London with Earl Hines group, will open at the Playboy 12 Ave., will hold advance 2 SIZZLING( :BANDS..
Club on December 12. Shesangat the swinging "My Place" registration from now until
Trio and "shook"the December 22 1966 for
the other night with Dino DeRoseandhis : "
house. Jeff Addams helped give her astanding ovation. classes to begin on January
He Is still one of the stars there, and will be for the season. 2, 1967. The registration department NOME THIN MAN' WATTS
We went to see Miss Sylvia Syms onher opening night at 1 is located In the '
the Eden Roc's "Harry's American Bar", and she was as main office at Miami North-
great as ever. It was a real treat ......Hank Williamson Is western and applicants may And! his "Midnight Riders" ,
at the Apache. This Is a very fine vocalist and we were sur- register from 2:00 p.m. to ";'" Direct from Sugar Ray's (New York )
prised to see a lotof "soul brothers and sisters" up there. 9:30 p.m. Monday through
....... Earl Grant opens the Harry's American Bar, by the Friday. There is a registra-
way, on January 6th, and Milton Trenier and Micky Lynn tion fee of $2.00 for each RONNIE LESLIE
will open there on December 12th .......Freddie Scott and his course andsome courses car I ",
band is at Trader John's on 27th Avenue, and doing a ry a small material fee. ,':\\7' And his "Peppermint Sticks"
fine job.......Frank Williams has added to his already swing- There are 30 courses .
ing band at the James Club and on Monday Night China scheduled to be taught dur- 4-:,
Valles has his Jazz Club going there(It's going great) :...... ing the next 16 week semes- '
W. C Baker and his band still holding their own at the ter. In addition to a full accredited HENRY 1 Extra ;
Cotton Club on 15th Avenue (Formerly Baker's Corner). high school program AddedJU H
.......Heard from Joe Williams the other morn. He called to the center has out- MC Attraction
let us know he was back from London, and had not only standing programs in busi- ENAIRE
enjoyed a beautiful engagement, but to tell us that the golf ness education, marketing, 1R '
...... Killens trade lt1.lMaw
courses over there are "sumpin else"! Clyde sez preparatory trainingand
he has not taken over the reins of the Knight Beat, and in home economics.A PR\S5
the meantime Frank Duhoise has left the Knight Beat..... free brochure, listing the uR0iour J )
Our good friends, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Temple, celebrated I days and hours each class Host\ "
their 24th wedding anniversary with us at the Fontainebleau meets, may be obtained by \
last Friday night by listening to the beautiful voice of John- telepho Ing the office at 75 4- i
nie Hartman in the Gigi Room.......Our deepest sympathyto 5871, after 2:00 p.m. daily : NO' COVER NO ADM. ENTERTAINMENT b :
Juanita Hooks, who lost her grandmother.......Ben : &
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ny O'Berry, Liberty City EOPI center director, has movedthe > "
office to 1900 N. W. 75 Street (formerly the Jim Jim FINEST I

Club). It has been renovated of course..Congratulationsto COMING FRI. DEC. 16
Mr. Sam Moncur on his promotion to Administrative PRINTING j jj
Assistant In the EOPI program. He is now Assistant to \J
Richard Weatherly, Exec tive Director..Par & Birdie HOSPITAL ATTENDANTS NIGHT
Club of Miami is having their "end of the year" tournament SERVICE
Sunday at Lejeune. Tee off time is at 9:00 ......Former
Heavyweight fighter, Ollie Wilson, is looking sharp and DOOR PRIZES FOR A
beautiful Oldsmobile Starfire.......! missed
sporting a new
my girlfriend's birthday this time. Mrs. Anna Edwards had Call 691-0421 LUCKY MAN AND WOMAN 1
a birthday last month, and I am sending belated happy Audrey FergusonI r ..
birthdays. Mascot

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; Boys of the comm"nltywere in the spotlightrecently

when members of Sigma Alpha/ Chapter Omega 'Psi

t Phi Fraternity celebrated their Annual Achievement

'}\feek program. Over 100 Omegas, friends, and 50 young
,boys had dinner and heard an inspiring program at the

\bjCosob/anca/ Hotel on Miami Beach.

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p The top two pictures show the boys who were guest
'j of the fraternity at the dinner. The middle three pictures I II
show the boys dining with parents and friends. ,

I At the bottom, Mrs. Wilhelmina Parker, wife of the I I f

late Brother Terry Parker, receives the Omega Man of I
1 lithe Year Award for her husband posthumously. Center '

if panel shows Anthony Simons, Sr. receiving the Citizen

|1of the Year Award from his son, Brother Anthony Simons

I I Jr. At right is the Rev. Eugene F. Gruell, past ptesl-
sident of the Big Brothers Organization of Miami ad-

s[dressing the group-House of Photography photos.

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I 1.Fic.r L Ni J iGi t.r 'tSPC.-riSf..s' GraftingAmerican ya;.J A LETTER OF THANKSTo and

." ....... : .., .. :: _.:: ___ _.:-t..J.-. .........._ _..l..._ _,_. IT- well wishers my many: I friends extend my

men and women the world are being askedto troops. A forerunner of the out to the men. thanks and deep appreciationfor and
In uniform, particularlyour play the oneandahalfminute present-day mobile canteenwas The USO's, Including "Operation Merry Christ your prayers, gifts
mas" was begun in 1965 sincere well wishes
fighting forces in Viet recording at 1:00 the YMCA "coffee wag- those in Vietnam. YMCA Weaver the hospital and
said. This In
nam, will hear the "world'sbiggest pm., local time on Christ on," a huge iron vehicle that canteens were familiar to year, ac- confinement stay now at home
cording to chairman
Pettit' my
Christmas Greeting" mas Day. was trundled right up to the American doughboys in the aim is to make All of which has helped
aimed at them on December Weaver explained that the lines in the Civil War. Coffee, World War I. The YMCA it a truly me immensely on my .road to
event with
25. idea of the "World's loud- hot chocolate and tea solace, still maintains Armed Ser- radio every recovery.
The greeting will come est Christmas Greeting" was help with letter writing and vices Y centers in the U.S. in the and television station (Mrs.) Eunice MOSS
from Carver Branch and conceived by Charles G. Pet- religious tracts were passed and at military posts over- country participating
1800 other YMCA's and tit, owner of radio station !1m s.
thdr five million membersin WRMN in Elgin,-ill. Pettit, _
the United States, accord- an active YMCA volunteer, MMMNfr
Ing to Oscar W. Weaver, "Operation Merry Christ- The Most Treasured Name In Wigs
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"Operation Merry they may be stationed, our I Fu'Li. : 'A Across from Hit continental Club
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12.THE. MIAMI TIMES. Friday, December 9, 1966 _

ALBERT.Mrs. Rebecca. Jones, 254 EOPI legal Services

I I' CARDS MEMORIALSDEATHS NW .159th 30, Survivors St., OpalockadiedNov. are:husbandEd [ I

; one son, Robert; two sis By irwinS. Kuterfus_ Center Attorney
ters Mmes. Sadie Smith, Bertha

-- Thomas one brother,,,
IN and ROBERT; WEERS, Guest Columnists
children. Services Saturday,
family of the lit The family of the late
) of to de-
p.m. at St. Matthew FreewilBaptist 1 I As consumers we all face the problems trying

;'. :J MRS. EUGENIA SHIELDS or Church. termine where we should purchase our goods, how muchwe
I: wish to thank all of their can pay for them and how we can get credit extended

friends for their cards, tele- Elmo Wilbur Phillips, to us to pay for the more expensive items. Consumers are

grams, floral remembrances 2370 NW 64th St. died Dec.' 1' into purchasing far more'.expensive goods
often lured
1",1; from the various clubs and
Remains were shipped Tuesday
need and had planned to purchase
visit during the hours of to HazekhuTst, Oat for than they actually
because of smooth-talking salesmen, or because of flashy
bereavement. final rites and burial..Amonj
\\It Special thanks t6 the members his survivors are wife, Clem "sales" or specials.

6 of Mt. Sinai Baptist mie; three daughters, Mmes, It must be emphasized that the most important element

I Church, .Missionary Societyand v Barbara Cooks, Clara Nell I in any purchase !is the contract The words of the con-

.. its auxiliaries, Dr. Na- Plair; mother, Mrs. Nettle> tract must be read carefully, for once it'is signed, verbal

thaniel Colston, Dr. George Phillips, one brother. statements and,promises are of no value.. It is the written
( Simpson, the staff of Chris- contract which determines the rights of the parties, 'and
"t't Willie Ward 506 NW 41st
tian cannot forget -
,J hospital Nurses Virginia we Wright St. died Dec. 1. Remainswere i thus before signing any contract, or paying any deposit,

and also the shipped to Athens, Oat, make certain that the terms of the contract are thoroughly
Emily Mazyck; ,
Ministers Wives Council Survivors are one son, Carl;;, understood. You, the buyer, should check that the detailsset
one daughter, Dorothy; five forth in the contract are the ones wanted, and also
P. Williams Rev. W.
departed this life Nov. F.Tanner and other ministers sisters; two brothers, sister- make certain that if you are paying for a new item, you

12, 1966, wish to express Also thanks to the Range Funeral .- in-law, Mrs. Robert Ward. are getting a new item. It helps if you buy name brands

their deep and sincere gratitude Home for their courteous I Miss Beverly Ann Scott, in which you may have more confidence.
,to all their many: and efficient service. ALTON (Rags) JOHNSON 6735 NW 12 Parkway died In reading the contract, pay attention to the payment

friends and family who expressed May God bless each of who departed this life Dee. Dec. 1. Survivors are parents.' terms and Interest rates. Check to see !if there are any

their sympathy durini you. 4, 1964. Two brothers, nine sisters, "hidden" service or delivery charges. Find out the interest

their bereavement. Many:r Mrs. L. E. Thomas Beautifully he Jived Aunts and uncles. Services rate which you may be paying on an Installment, or time

And Family We who well loved him Saturday, 2 p.m. from New contract to see how the interest is compounded. Often pur-

pressed their sympathy during I know, Hope Baptist. Church. chasers pay more on interest charges than the article itself
their bereavement.Many thank(. Blessing with kindly hands Issac Everett, 11390 SW costs.

for flowers, food,use of cars, our dead.Softening 222 St., Goulds, died Dec. 1.. actually One problem of installment purchases is the question -
telegrams, cards,, visitations IN MEMORIAMIn death's blow. Survivors are two sisters,',
the article ? Can the seller
who "owns" "yours"
and calls during their sorr Mmes. Eula Lee Dorsett, Min really
during their sorrow. In memory of our dear be Mrs. Ludella Johnson nie Lee James, one brother, demand that you return the article to him if you fail to

Thanks to Rev. J. B., loved mother_ and grandfather And SonCARD Therious. Arrangements are pay an installment? What happens ifthearticleis damaged,

Blacknell and members oft ___'u _.,._.._ .__. incomplete.Mrs. or destroyed before the price has been fully paid?

James AME Church, who : Sarah Alice Harris, Ordinarily, an installment sale gives the buyer the right

opened the doors of the 1837 NW 3rd Ave., Apt. 2 to use the article; the seller holds the ownership rights until

church to us. died Dec. 3. Survivors are the last installment has been paid. This means that if you

Many Thanks to Dr. Albert OF THANKS husband, Charles; six sons, fail to pay an installment, the seller, can take the article
T. Edwards and
Albert Funeral Home.the House of The family of the late Charles, Walter, Milton, away from you. If the article is damaged while it is in the

Everett, Robert and Joseph; buyer's possession, the seller usually has no duty to make

Mrs. Laura r NORA E. BENSONis two daughters, Ovid Marie, repairs, and in fact, if the article is repossessed, the buyer
Seymour, wife Sarah Harris
for all two sistersMmes.
deeply grateful expressions
for the
be to damage.
Miss Hazel may pay
Seymour,daughter Lucy,Eliza Blake
of sympathy and one
brother Abraham Therefore it is very important that you, as the buyer,
the innumberable acts of kind.ness Blake, Jr.,
mother-in-law Edith understand the amount of money required on each pay-
and love shown during a Collins -
ment so that the item purchased will not have to be re-
CARD OF THANKSThe her illness and during their I two aunts, three uncles. possessed.As .
bereavement.. Arrangements are incomplete.
family of the late a purchaser you are entitled to certain warranties
Grace B. Albert and Family to the There various
.. .. RICHARDSON. pertaining goods you purchase. are
...tt:t rim'' 'r" ""- warranties which the seller is required, by law, to give,

1 w\' wEMMIE Willie Williams of 334 NW such as that the article will work as it is designed to do,

A 10th St. died Dec. 2. Graveside and that it is merchandise fit to be sold.

1 RANGE services were held Dec. In addition to these, there may often be warranties
.. 7 at Evergreen. Survivors
,. his mother are extended by the manufacturer of the article, or the dealer.
Mr. A. J. Blash of 2155 NW ,brother HenriettaWilliams These frequently appear written on the article and shouldbe
r'l' MRS. EVELYN MILLER 21st St. died Dec. 1 in Nassau George
: Hampton of Sanford Fla. read thoroughly to determine what additional protectionyou
.. ,
who departed this life Dec. 5 Bahamas. Survivors aretwo
I' may have if the article is found to be defective. Once
: I. 1965 and sisters: Evelyn Bashand Mrs. Daisy Rplle of 1159 again it is.vitally' important to read the contract to 'make
: MR. JOSEPH MUNROE -The)ma Tolbert; six 5th
NW died
"'f O." Dec. 2. Sur
certain that the dealer does not reduce the and
who departed this life Dec brothers; Herman, Eddie, vivors are brother Harry C. protection
: 12, 1965. CHngton, Albert, W. J. an Wallace, sister-in-law Mrs. services which are available to you. For example, in the
: Gone, but never to be for Willie. Arrangements are in- Hazel Wallace, one niece; case of the purchase of a used article on which repairs

J.rf't; .,, :'t jotter complete. seven nephews. Funeral services may have to be made, you should find out whether you or

I There is a realm where will be held Saturday, the dealer will pay for costs of parts and labor should

1" the rainbow never fades, Dec. 10 at St.Agnes Episcopal repairs be made, and you should also learn whether you

where the stars will spread Eugene Hadden 1912NW5th Church at 10 a.m. are required to have repairs made at the dealer's or if
y I out before like islands Avenue died Dec. 1. Sur-
us that
you may have them done at a place of your choice.
GRANTwould slumber on the ocean and vivors include a son, Eugene, Mrs. Perry Lee Mack of
where the beings that Jr., two brothers, Char I e 404 NW 16th St. died Dec. 4. As you can easily see, there are many factors which a
like to thank all their I before pass and Rufus; four sisters: Mes- Survivors are husband,Boisie, purchaser must consider before signing a contract or buy-
friends and neighbors who us like shadows, will dames Mamie Mason, Lest four brothers Willie Bryant, ing an article. Your best protection is in buying name

were so nice to them during :stay in our' presence forever, Stokely, Lucile Lewis, Daisy Joseph Howard, two sisters, brands from well known dealers and in reading all con-

their time of bereavement for The Miller & Munroe Williams. Funeral serviceswere Mmes. Mary Bryant, Ella tracts carefully before signing them.
cards telegrams flowers and
Families held Dec. 5 in the chapel Mitchell. Arrangements are
cars. And especially the

women's club: of St. Peters incomplete.Miss Recipients of Social Security

Episcopal Church..
Margaret Adams of
Mrs. Alice Calvert of 6714
Again we would like to IN MEMORIAMIn NW 18th Ave. died Dec. 5. 1870 NW 167th jAt died at Survivers Benefits
say thank you. She is survived by a hus- her home on Dec. survivors Can
loving of are her father
memory our Sherman
Avis Stewart, sister, Miami band, Will, four sisters; Mes- Adamsof
dear mother, grandmother and Hawnkinsville Now Earn
Georgia To
Juanita Bennettniece, Key sister Laura Robinson,Cora one sister,Mrs.ElenoreThomp- Up $1,500People
Key West Green, Rebecca Quarterly
son, one daughter Annie Bell 1
CAROLYN BAIN Nancy Munglin; two brothers, Hadley; one brother-in-law receiving retire- wages of over $125 nor

John and Charlie Robinson, Henry Thompson, nieces, ment or survivor's benefitscan renders substantial servicesin
Final rites
and burial in Woodbine -
IN who passed into life's eternalon Ga. nephews, aunts, uncles. earn up to $1,500 with- self-employment no matter :..
MEMORIAMIn Dec. 8, 1959. May she Services will be held Satur- out having any of their social how much the total for

memory of rest in peace. day, Dec. 10 at 1 p.m. in the security benefits with- the year is.

MILLIE WITHERSPOON The FamilyIN Mrs. Leila Cheever of chapel., Burial in Ft. Lauderdale held, reminds Edward P. To explain this fully, Mr.

who died Nov 23, 1960. 6535 NW 14th o. died on Blonston, sodal security dis- Blonston gave this example:

"To a mother who was so dear Dec 4. Survivors are two Hasten McQueen of 430 trict manager at Miami Suppose John Public, age

Whose presence is ever near sons, James and Richard; 20th t. died Dec. 4. Services NW North. 65, retired in December

We loved you mother, but God three daughters, Ruth Strig- will be held 1965, and social security
loved you best MEMORIAMIn gles, Ruby Rucker,Annie Lee 10 Saturday Dec. Any person receiving so- payments started
at 4:30 January
Cooper a sister p.m. in the chapel. dal benefits in 1965
So ; Gertrude security
sleep mother dear and 1966.
on Survivors In March 1966 he
loving of wife are wife ,
take memory Watson. Funeral services will Evelyn ; lost some benefits if he
Lovingly your rest.submitted. Your mother and grandmother, be held Saturday, Dec. 10 in 1 brothers i iOr one son, Dan of NYC; three earned over $1,200. This found an opportunity to geta
amble Memorial Church. William, John and job that paid $200 per
daughters ROSA MAE HARDNETTwho law was changed effective
-T. : Arthur; three sisters Mrs. month for a six-hour
Miss Nettiemease Frankeeand entered into eternal rest I Mildred Williams, Mrs. Lillian January 1, 1966. What this He took day.
Charlotte Witherspoon Dec. 7, 1965. Ache, Myrtis McQueen. means briefly is this: A beneficiary 1966 and on April 1,
Grandchildren: May she rest in peace. James H. Jenkins of 2991 may now earn up the re-

Sgt. William C. Witherspoon, I Only God knows the reason NW 45th $t. died Dec. 5. SurI I FRANCISRoy to $1,500 in! a calendaryear mainder of the year. His

Amos Glen WitherspoonWilmazetta why. vivors are a grandmother, without having benefits total wages were $200 per
Lee any
Davis Jr. of 1410 month for
Witherspoon and Mrs. Lona 9 months
Griggs; two aunts, withheld. If this or
r NW 1st beneficiaryearns
The Hardnett and Turner
Ave. APt. 14 diedec.
Benuby \\hiley'IN Mrs. Annie McCloud 1800. Mr. Public will
Mrs. get
Families ) 3. Services will be held over $1,500 he will

Mary Jenkins.Lee; a brother Willie !aturday... -Dec.-. -10.-. .2rlfi."" .n..."min ... have $1 in social security all social security for Janu-
Funeral services the chapel. Remains will! I benefits withheld for each $2 ary through March 1966,
MEMORIAMIn will be held
Friday, Dec. 9 at because he did
repose in the chapel beginning not earn over
2 he earns over$1,500,and
p.m. at Triumph Church. up
sad but loving memoryof CARD OF THANKSThe 1 p.m. Friday until funeral to 2700. For earningsover $125 in those months. He

our dear father and grandfather family of the late time Saturday afternoon. Sur- $2,700, $1 is withheldfor may have $lln social secur-
include his ity benefits
mother; withheld for each
$1 earned.
DAVID CLARKE Charles L.IMcAfee of 5300 Estell Davis; three sons $2 he earned
; over $1,500
JOSEPH LEVARITYWho NW '26th Ave. Also, Mr. Blonston wenton ,
Apt. 9 died Hula C.
; and
Gregory or one half of
wish ; $300
passed to the Great to express their sincere Dec. 5. Survivors are six four daughters; Martha; Patri- monthly benefits will be Once ($150).

Beyond on Dec. 2, 1964. thanks and appreciationto daughters: Juanita Wallace, cia Ann; Hessie and Jo Ann. paid for any month which person reaches age 72
in friends for the many cards, Irma Maxwell there Is no earnings limit at
May he rest peace. Willie. Pearl beneficiary neither earns
telegrams, letters, floral Chapman Christine Otis all.
Mary and Snipes of 242 NW 12th
The Family pieces, donations of cars, Lucille McAfee; a son Roy St. Apt. 7 died Dec. 1. Ser-
words of
sympathy, and many Lee; two sisters; Mattie vices were held Thursday
other deeds of kindnesses ex-
White and
Bessie Thomason Oec. 8. 4:30 D.m. in the
IN MEMORIAMIn tended them during their hour ; a brother, Tom Newsome, chapel. Following them rvices, LINCOLN MEMORIAL PARK
of bereavement. Special thanksto and funeral the
arrangements are remains were
of mother shipped to
loving memory the Rev. Theodore R. ,incomplete. Ft. Gaines, Oat for final rites

and grandmother Gibson,rector of Christ Episcopal and burial. survivors are his
FLORENCE H.ARANHA Church and the Bain wife Victoria
MRS. five
who departed this life Dec. 6, Funeral Home for their ser Mrs Gladys Hall of 1076 Mmes. Josephine; Woodard sisters : 3001 NW 46th STREET NE 4-4197
vices. NW 38th St. died Dec. 4. ;
Ada Pittman; Mrs. Undy Silli- E. JOHNSON
are in- MANAGER 0X-1.9199
1933.May she rest in petoe. Funeral arrangements man, Equilla Snipes and Lim-

The Family The Family complete. ,mie) Lee Fuller.


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wn here with baskets that were presented to the needy during the Thanksgiving .

days, Organizations which presented baskets included: Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, .
Psi Phi Fraternity, Alpha Phi '; '\ ,I1f',' '
go Alpha Fraternity, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority,
po Alpha Psi Fraternity, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Phi Beta Sigma preferI Tender
and Alphi Phi Omega Fraternity FAMU staff photo by Ernest Fillyau. Hole '
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Goes. CLUBThe
I Anything .. ..
first meeting of the I
year was at the home of the It*
t s a wonder the FAM U With two more years toplaythe McNeal. She gave a very inspiring *i t'' t> > .,,.
tball team trainers are 6'3" 190-lb. whiz will report of the National
er on the field when they definitely be a pro prospect Federation of Women's
flight be needed. It seems the Besides being a deadly accurate Club meeting in Oklahoma Smoke
City, Oklahoma, as she is
Bur boys are always the passer, he can also *
national chairman of arts and Slab BY. 40
Dicker room changing their throw on the run. You know, crafts. Ebony Magazine car- The Piece Bacon
itfits. Saturday night the it's a good thing FAM Ucap ried a write-up and some pic-
Alston conscious boys actedKe tured those two fumbles and tures of the arts and crafts

a bunch of girls,making got out in front early. exhibit. ,
H>ur complete uniform The meeting was at Mrs. Fr'.shJ Frown u ,% "" .' "', *"::'IP':: *., ', ,"/ .
Hunges during the game. Look for the city to get a Georgia Rollins' where
H flock of applications for po- plans were made for theyear's ,CHICKEN NECKS' 5 Lb 'Box >29' *
The Classic parade comihtce licemen during thefirst the work. At the home of : :
Mrs. Rogers, they decided to p J X
better '" "
had made
a reppraisal year. On Jan. 1 thepay goes "
do something for Youth Hall
of itself before next up to $500 a month. Not a
where a club member, Mrs. Pork
Hear. Now that we are bad job considering all the
Cecilia Lee, is one of the
parching thru the down. good fringe benefits. instructors. We
give money
)wn area, we had better M each month to help the girls NECK BONES 4 Lbs 59(
lean up the line of march Funniest cartoon I've seen keep themselves physically
Hie parade will become the in a long time is one thecur- fit. .
dughing stock. of the white rent issue of the Saturday At the homes of Mrs. ;- S "Led V .. .. ..;,;' I I" :u '. _
omrnunity1.. 'The' past paHades : Evening Post It pictures' alit- 'r Scott, ''Mrs. Sands and Mrs. !'lit" : -- -:''/'* "" I" '/ "' 1"\, '
that only travelled the tle seated Sims; the club planned for its J BOSt0NCorn ,' 494 '
Negro girl on a BUn1 Lb \
Htreets projects for the year-the an- ';, ; : :lj, :ill'
in the Negro area are wild-eyed department store nual tea in April and the :, ,,""If ,.
Hot quite what you would Santa's knee telling him what
crowning of Mrs. Sunshine
end down Flagler street she wanted him to bring her Community. KitCORN
The first thing should be for Christmas. "... aStokely Members of the club motored
He elimination of all undeo Carmichael, aburnbaby up to Gifford, Fla., to BREAD BISCUIT
Hrated cars. A Cadillac con- burn game, sit-in coloring the state's one-day session or
'crtable doesn't really add book,. ." In the same and stopped over at Ft.
Hnything unless it carrying issue an article speaks out Pierce to hear the national
bevy beautiful girls.And favorably for theslum lords.It president speak at a tea given
How about eliminating the shows how dope addicts by one of the Federated PAN CAKE MIX PK. 5t
toy Scouts the Girl Scouts, drunks and just plain no- Clubs, of which our regional
he Cubs, the Brownies, and good tenants help bring on president, Mrs. Algonion
Bolens is president.Our .
he elementary school maj- their plight by abusing the '! 'r r 1 \ <';\,' : I:" 1 "' '
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next meeting will be : : : ;
rettes (all carrying batonsnd facilities furnished them. held Dec. 13 at the i home of ." 'A' 'I'N""I'I' ''. '. \.E" t P J., .ti; ", "
none knowing how to Mrs. Odessa James. ; ,.,A!" "I ,.'t'{,( I EA'N" RI .'..r.yJO). : ",, :,.a\' 11srze" 2' (5" "C"v',

arch). The parade is getling -- II '.'. :" .f!;''l9i1M".+IiidlNh:. ,I, ".J,._'a,4.rnva". .f...,._........ ,.._.. ...... ..M"t', /4" ."' '""'.'" _.., .", ..
a bit too commercial.
f a business place wants to Orchid i BranRICE
Advertise, let them pay for a I wish to thank friendsfor United Home Owners
k cent float the kindness and interest Association of 22nd Avenue 10 Lb. 98
shown during my hospitalization Heights held its regular meet $
Many people are saying and convalescence.Theircalls ing at the home of Mr. and
he visits, cards, flowers, Mrs. Carlton Finley, 2301 NW
the Classicattend-
reason Yellow 'I' ... ,. ,' ,,
serviceswere Ripe Vl
{mce has fallen off so much gifts and personal 65th St. Business of impor- < (If :. 'ir ,
deeply appreciated. I tance was discussed. Among : 1'f.t: ,
i because ,
of other ,
games am especially grateful for their guests were Dade County BINA'NI'S / 1;' '
'layed over the state during their continued prayers. Mayor Chuck Hall, Mr. Lent ... (: ,', I ib... .
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he season. For instance, the Special thanks to Rev. and and Mr. Applebaum of the I ; "' Iij.{ : I ,
Rattlers played in Daytona Mrs. Fred Hicks of Greater County office.
Beach Nov. 18 and in Jacksonville Bethel AME Church; to the The association observedits Hills I Private StockCOFFEE

the Saturday beforethe Friendship Garden and Civic eighth anniversary on Lb
Classic. Of course the Club; to the staff and volun- Sunday at Mt. Zion Baptist 59*
main reason this year is that teers of Jackson Memorial Church. The service was enjoyed

Jake didn't come up with avery ;Hospital and to my neighbors.Mrs. by all.Jefford .
I good team. Smith is the pre- ::1: frsN=Fr.skr'rai\ ;) : f. grw rit' .::, "
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I Eartha Styles (Percy sident. I 2'

I The top event during the
Classic has gotten to be the
|ayers-Coaches Dinner the I Loaves

night before the big game. TANK TROUBLE?? 1 ,
This year's dinner drew SEPTIC
I scores of members of the National -
Association of Market tank drain begin to give you I j !
When septic .
| Developers. Mal Goodeof your
I don't fuss or curse, call us. Chopm 25
[ ABC TV made one of the 5.9089
I best speeches ever heard w"kl.M, MW section Call KE

I here. Chuck Smith and RC :
I deserve a big hand for the 24 HOUR SERVICE
I production.The I
Alcazar Hotel on the 1r rf
Boulevard at 5th St was

strictly Greek hospitality r AUTO INSURANCE Pill.bu ry'* FLOURS You'll saveeveryday
headquarters. The Alphas ; pillsbv 1
were on the4thfloortheSigmas Cheek our DeW, lower rates and easy fia aJlciD,
on the 5th and the O- IMMEDIATE SRiM FILING
megas on the sixth. Hospi- Bring this ad to our office! aDd receive a free gift jVCXX ,
tality'really flowed
D. Goodman and'Son, Inc. atFREDDY'S

Alabama A. & M. super "Iniurance, Real, Estate, Mortgage"
sophomore starquarterbackOnree Business member AH People Democratic 1-0ub
Jackson is the bestwe've 2688 NW 62nd Sreet OX
seen since Elrldge
Dickey of Tennessee State.

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9, 1966 -' I

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N. p. Clark, pastor Rev. J. E. Jenkins, pastor E. D. Hill, pastor
Ruby Lee Carr, reporterBy Ruth R. Lucas, 'reporterThe
The women of St. Matthews ..
wish to express their the time this news is members of Matthew 6895 NW 14th Avenue

sincere thanks to the many in circulation, we will have Temple will worship at the Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor

friends and visitors who begun our kick-off Building new location until further
This Sunday, after morning
'came out to our Women's Fund Drive, Tuesday, Dec. notice. The newly appointe d
service we will have our annual -
Day celebration on Nov. 20. 6 at 8 p.m. Our special guest pastor is the Rev. F. D. Hill,'I' election, of officers, and FELLOWSHIPBy
JEHOVAH'S Your patronage made the day speakers will be Mrs. Gerald who is here with his wife. to
WITNESSESA a" very successful ,one, spiritually Lewis, wife of our recent Beginning last Sunday morning we will be brought financial up R. J. McGhaney

and financially. The elected state representativeand we worshipped with date on our current "Jesus said unto him, If
three-day circuit con- 1966 chairman, Mrs. Creol Mr. Art Green of Radio the members of the Church ol f status. We hope that all our thou canst believe, all thingsare

vention for 1,000' Jehovah Ferguson along with her Station WAME along with the Nazarene, 7940 NW 15th members will follow through, possible to him that, be-
Witnesses ,will be held at committees did a splendid many other visiting friends, Ave., Rev. Mozelle, pastor,. to the best of their ability, lieveth." Mark 9:23.:

Miami's:Northwestern Senior job of planning and carryingout our well wishers we knowwe Members and friends are on the anniversary assess- I was in bed, and these
and the
High School auditorium Dee the events of the day. will have a successful cordially invited worship ments every words spoke to me. I am your
9-11. Special thanks to the guest drive with the support of.our with us. Church school and canvass This evening at eternal grace. In seeking me,
According to Bennie speaker for theoccaslon, Mrs. sincere members and our worship service are held torn and finding meye shall have
l Crump presiding minister,I M. Athalie Range. Mrs. many friends. Under the lead- 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Prayer meet- 7:30: we will enjoy an out- eternal peace. I arose and

of the Miami Northwest congregation Range gave an inspiring ad- ership of our God-sent pastor, ing and business Tuesday at standing Christmas Cantata, wrote these words that came
of 'Jehovah's Witnesses .' dress the theme "A God is endowing him with 8 p.m. initiated by Mrs. Ursula
on and
believe in God
I unto me. I ,
two full-color motion Plain Woman with a Respon- visions to lead us to higher Among visitors last Sun- Higgs, and presented by the
picture produced by the sible Heart," which really heights. He is bountifully day morning were a numberof Adult Choirs of Grace and the [ know that the best and sure
St. Mary's Wesleyan Methodist way to find Him is in prayer,
Watchtower Society will be gave us food for thought. blessing him with new ideasin Zionists, including our
"Church. welcome to I and in the silence yourself.
featured acircuitassembl William M. Smith We say
on y own Bishop
Also special thanks to the our building with
program for the first time Ushers' Board of St. Mary's many of the future program looking of the Ninth Episcopal Dis- Pastor H. V. Stuart, his I'My\ student honors for this
"Friday 9 the film trict and our senior Bishopof choir and congregation And week is Miss JerrilynFussell,
DOC. Baptist Church for services members. We pray God will and
of 18th PI.
let us all bring our friends to I
entitled "Heritage" which rendered.We keep the First Episcopal Dis-
us 'together in this big I Miss Ida Reynolds of 16420
all parents and children are are looking forward to band because the family that trict, W. J. Wall, and a dele- this fine program.
I JW 17th Ct. Miss Lillie Harvard -
urged to see will be shown to our next Women''Day for prays together stays together. gation attending the National Last Sunday morning, we ,
16200 NW 21st Ave.
On Saturday, Dec. 10, the 1967, under the leadershipof Council of Churches being were happy to have among ,
faithbuilding film "God ,Can- Mrs. Agnator Nottage held at Miami Beach this week. our visitors Rev.James Reese, I all of Opa-locka. So until a
We are praying for sick
not Lie" will be Seen"Crump with much enthusiasm. We and shut-ins. our They were a blessing in pastor of the First Presbyterian 1 later date, if God's will

said."These. pray for God's continued every way. The Rev. Hill Church of Knoxville; and I thanks and my prayers for

films furnish blessings in our day to day Come to church, have your preached a sermon to remem- Rev. Fred Roblee, executive I all of you.
thrilling evidence that God work in his vineyard.By faith lifted. ber. secretary of the Illinois
is indeed alive and is work- Council of churches and Mrs.

ing out his purposes for the Robl ee. ANTIOCH

earth and.man upon it in our Last Sunday; evening, we Rev P. W. Wiggins, ministerOn
day" the minister commented. We Want No Black Nor White had a highly memorable occasion -

Crump said the films will with the elders, last Friday night the
provide answers to vital deacons, ,and three choirs Antioch family held its General -
questions such as: Why was Power Only God's Poweranointed participating in the Advent Conference which closed

man created? why do we die? Candle-Light Service. another year's work. A1'' auxi-

Will world conditions always Joseph E. S. Ray Ghost everything esle will Connectional Evangelist, Dr. The pastor enjoyed being liaries submitted 'very fine

k be this way?and many others. The Rt. Rev. Bishop come" O. H. J. Thibedeaux, as a delegate this past week at :I reports. They are commentedfor

Crump reported that the Joseph Gomez, of the Fourth Bishop Gomez, former president preacher. The various choirsof the Conference National the fine way in which they
convention program will climax Episcopal District of the of Wilberforce Univer- the area were invited to Council of Churches at the worked to make the successof

with. the main address African Methodist Episcopal sity, Xenia Ohio, was pre- join the augmented choirs of Fontainebleau Hotel. the church's program at
entitled "Satisfying Man- Church was guest speaker at sented by the pastor, Dr. Greater Bethel, with Mrs. Antioch go over the top. New

kind's Greatest Need" Sun- Greater Bethel, Sunday mom- Sylvester A. Cousin, one of Naomi-Symonette, chorister, officers Were elected for the

day at 3 p.m. ing, and in his discourse, he his former students,whom the and Mrs. Eloise B. Kemp or- GOODWILLMISSIONARY ensuring year. All members
t Charles G.Thompson,dis- said, "I want you to get Bishop says will be elected ganist for the evangelistic BAPTIST I of the various auxiliaries are

l'trict director for Jehovah's everything the white man has; bishop of the connection, service. The 250 presiding CHURCH expected to meet with their

Witnesses in the Southeastern 1 but I want you to get it God's as the logical choice of the elders, ministers, lay lead- presidents and directressesto
United States will be the ,way. We d a' t wany any General .Conference in May, ers, and episcopal staff who \ complete their elections.We .

featured speaker. "Black Power nor White 1968 at Philadelphia, Pa. attended the all day plannhg pray that God will continueto
"While the program of Greater Bethel was hostto session at Greater Bethel em- I: shower his blessings as

Bible Instruction, sponsored ,way. We don't want any the 11th Episcopal District barked on the new boat to 0 .we enter another year's work
by the Watchtower Bible Society "Black Power nor White wide planning session, and Nassau, Friday morning, 4 I for the Master.
is provided mainly for Power," we want the power of area evangelistic service where Bishop and Mrs. Hat- II We extend 'a cordial invitation -

families of Jehovah's wit- God through the Holy Ghost.". Dec. 8th with Bishop E. C. cher conducted the 87th an- I: to worship with us

v :.nca..e'uthe .entire community For when 'we' have-..the.Holy ..Hatchc! : pres-iding.: and Jh(.:;nuatseasion> 'ohe Bahama*' I on I Sunday Won't you cast
-will benefit attending all : lt. your with us
by "Conference' ,. "bf the AME 1 lot ?
the' sessions free of charge" Church, in the Ministers Wives
---- ---
.Crump said.According. Center constructed by Bishop
to Crump a Hatcher, Dec. 911. Rev. C. B. KELLY'S CHAPELRev.
crowd of more than 1,300 are GREATER NEWMACEDONIA FIRST BAPTIST OF James, Rev. J. Culmer are

expected to be on hand for BROWNSVILLERev. Conference Islands, BWI pre- { L. L. Dean, pastor

the concluding session. siding Elders, Dr. Frank A. Retha J. McKenzie, reporter
3165 NW 56th Street W. M. Davis, pastor Allen -
Miami District
presiding 1
There will be Seasonal
Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor
Mrs. Donella Turner reporter
elder is
Willie J. Beard, reporterWe presiding elderat Fashion show and Luncheon

CHRISTIAN SCIENCEThe Sunday,Dec. 11,the church large of the Bahamas. Sunday, Dec. 11,at 3 p.m. at :
to congratulate and pastor wiJI'worship with REV. T. R. HARRISON 'the home of Mrs. Edna Owens, 1
:Brother and Sister Eddie
Golden Text of this 5025 NW 14th Avenue.
the New Mt. Zion Baptist Sponsored -
Humble MinisterFor
Bostick the arrival of their
week's Christian Science : church of Hialeah, Rev. R. C. by the Pastor's Aid
Lesson-Sermon is from Isaiah.He Firstborn son, born last Satur- Soloman, pastor, The W. M. Free TransportationCall Board, Mrs. Owens, chairman.I I
shall feed his flock like a I lay. Sister Bostick is the Special Chorus will render GLENDALERICHMOND 754-4024 The W.S.C.S. is planning a

shepherd: he shall gather the pianist for Choir No. 2. the song services. ( HEIGHTS) I Musical Variety Recital, Friday -

f lambs with his arms and carry the On third Thursday night the before blind Sunday, Dec. 18, a special Rev. B. L. Turner, pastor Dec.23 Dec. 16, at 7:30. Mrs.
them in his bosom, and shall Sunday, Christmas Rutha Harrington
prophetess Madam Louise program will be reporter Louise Riley of Radio Station
... gently lead"those that are I Reed from, Birmingham, Ala. held in honor of the pastor Sunday mocked the beginning 1 WAME is the mistress of ceremonies -
with young. The lesson is and his family. of the please plan to atten d.
Those of you who missed her Week of Prayerfor NEW MT. MORIAHRev. ,
titled "God the Preserver of
last time, don't fail to attend We invite you to worship foreign missions. Let us Bring along a friend.

Man.-. this meeting. die is truly an with us each Sunday, wherea make it a week dedicated to A. L. Shipp, pastor Calling all male members
The world needs a new warm welcome awaits your heartfelt praying. To begin _)if the church, there will be a
of Sis.
woman God.Don't Evelyn Souter, reporterOur
of citizen
kind who will"dare
arrival. this prayerful week, Pastor fleeting Friday night at 8 to
forget the date is Dec.
said to think spiritually lec-, 15 at ,New Macedonia. Thisis Turner brought a wonderful church's anniversary discuss plans for Men's Day.
Christian Science
a being sponsored by the message to prepare our hearts will be held the second Sun- Visit the sick and shut-
in Miami
turer on Sunday, pastor.On. and minds for this week. day in January. Asking all I ins and pray for them. Visitors -
Dec. 4. Thomas O. Poyser, Sunday afternoon, CHRIST EPISCOPALRev. Each night, a group will be members for their support, 1 and friends are always
C. S. warned a public au-
in charge of the 1 welcome to attend our morning -
wholeheartedly.We .
Rev. H. J. Kenzie and congregation -
dience here against "water- R. Gibson rector
of Ft. Lauderdalewill theme: "Behold the Lamb of are asking all the mem- I service at 11 a.m. and
ing down the contribution we" be in charge of services. Antoinette Silva, reporter God." John 1:29. On the 11th bers to please bring your 'our> evening worship! 7:30.

can make to our communities. This is in behalf of Men's The Annual Congregational of December, this week will goods, etc for our Xmas

Everyone has a "spiritual Day and is being sponsoredby meeting will be held on Sun- close out with our Training box that will be given to ANTIOCH M.B.

dimension of benefit thought"the that Brother Gerfield Leland, day, Dec. 11, 5 p.m. in the Union. On Wednesday nignt, somebody less fortunate thanwe. NEW LIBERTY CITY)
can strongly com- captain. church. At this time the An- ou r YWA's and Girls' Auxi- Rev. A. H. Essix, pastor

munity,is said a Christian Mr. Poyser.He Science. nual Budget for 1967; the liary will be in charge. Let We are inviting the public Sis. Annie Whipple, reporterWe

annual report of dues and assessments us pray with our president, and all our friends to worship
practitioner from Dallas, ; the building fund Mrs. Harrington and our prayer with us this Sunday morningat are pressing forwardto
;.Texas, and is currently or MT. SINAI BAPTISTRev. report and nominations of the chairman Mrs. B. L. Turner 11 ajn. to hear this won- a high calling God.
I tour as a member of the de- 1967 vestrymen will be pre- that the spirit of 0,d will con- derful speaker, the Rev. Mc- Rev. Essix and congregation -
nomination's Board of Lec- s. A. Thomas, pastor sented. All members are urged tinue to guide us in teaching Neal from California.We : will render service at

tureship. His appearancehere Patricia Murphy, reporter to attend. our young people. to do God's are still J asking the Mt. Pleasant AME Churchin
was 'sponsored by Fifth Rev. Albury delivered the On Sunday at 1:30 p.m. St.Theresa's will. prayers for our pastor, sick, Opa-locka, Rev. Mack,
Church of Christ scientis pastor, Wednesday night
morning and evening mes- Guild or purchaseyour shut-ins, bereaved familiesand ,
and was presented in the Dec. 7.
fruit calm from
sages. st. Mar- those in the armed ser-
'Northwestern Sr. High school We are in sympathy with garet's Guild. Get well vices. Visitors are always Ordination of deacons
Auditorium. Title of the lec- ''two of our faithful church wishes to Mrs. Miriam Smith.BAHA'IS MT. CALVARYRev. welcome. Sunday, Dec. 11 at 3 p.m.

ture was''"Your Communityand members, Bro. J. W. Mannualand Samuel Atchison, pastor Bro. Rufus Bradley and Bro.
You." Sis. M. Dorstan who are Constance Carter Morris Reid are to be ordainedLet
bereaved with death in their us remember to pray for
families. Sunday, Dec. 18, the and visit our sick.
The annual Christmas ASSEMBLYThe pastor and Pastor's Aid Boardare ST. PAUL AME

CHURCH OF THEINCARNATION program for our church family Baha'is of Miami will celebration having ajoint anniversary Rev. T. C. Kelley, pastor CHRISTMASCONTATA
will be held Sunday eveningDec. observe Human Rights Day Pastor's Therefore, the Mary Rawls, reporterWe

25 at 6:30 p.m. You with a meeting, to be held 8 Aid Board is sponsoring were delighted to haveI I .

are invited to attend this ,p.m. Sunday, Dec. 11, at 137 a sale every Friday worshipping with
Rev. A. Tyrrel Dear, vicar Friday and Saturday at the us Bishopand The Nativity of Christ
and occasion.Let
joyous angelic NW 11th Ave. Miss
Olive home of Mrs. Ode Nichols, Mrs. George W. Barber, will be told in drama and
Sunday 7:30: a.m., annual us continue pray Alexander, executive directorof
1610 1st presiding over the 2nd Epis- long as the adult and youth
meeting-election for our sick and shut-ins and JESCA will discuss "One
congregational ,
copal District he also
Rev. W. P. Tanner, pastorof delivered choirs of Grace Presbyterian
of bestrymen, proposed we want them to remember: World-One Family." The St. Mary Baptist Church of the morning message Church presents "A Song ofZhristmas"

budget presented, announce- "The Lord is my light and public is cordially invited to coconut Grove is going to which was enjoyed by all present on Sunday, Dec.

ment of forthcoming plans my salvation; whom shall I attend. help our pastor in the anniversary we were also honoredto 11 at 7:30: p.m. at the church,
and progress report of build- fear? The Lord is the strengthof The North Dade Baha'is' celebration on Wednesday have worshipping with us 6895 NW 14th Avenue. Fellowship -

ing committee-preceded b y my life; of whom shall I be Sunday School and its guests Dec. 14, at the at our evening services Mrs.J. Hour immediately

music beginning at 7:15. afraid?" will observe Human Rights Masonic Temple, 1742 NW B. Epperson, one of our following the presentation.

Ember Wednesday, Dec. Come and worship withus Day with a breakfast at Cran- 3rd Ave. Your support will be former pastor's wife, the lateJ. Directors and music, Harold
14, Mass at 7 to pray for Sunday. Music will be I don Park, 10 a.m., Sunday, greatly appreciated. B. Epperson of Edward liggs, Ursula Higgs and
clergy of the church. rendered by the junior choir. I Dec. 11. Waters college.' Barbara Savoy.




THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 9. 19461 15

shop Jones Supporters Will large- Crowd- Attend Foreign Mission Banquet I

Converge On Philadelphia un Friday evening, Dec 2, Coundl extends its thanks to
the first banquet interest of
all women of the denomination -
HILADELPHIA, i*. ly those persons responsiblefor Foreign Mission was spon- who are interested in the t
ying his strong forces be- the alleged ouster have sored by the Baptist Wom- cause of mission to meet with
1 him, after his supposed broken the constitution of en's Council in the beautiful them of Friday evening at

.ter" from top post in the our church." Social Hall of St John Bap- St John in Johnson's Hall.It .
irch of God in Christ in People who will convergeon tist Church. The affair was +' lf is requested that all mem-

1 church's 59th Annual Philadelphia, according well supported by the minis- A .' bers be present at that timeto

phis Convocation, to Bishop Jones, will not ters of the various Baptist hear the financial report
hop Ozro T. Jones maderst only be recognized by him Churches from as far as r ,
counter move today but will contend for the Jacksonville. Among the many Baptist

railing on all ministers church's basic principles as Mrs. I. C. Micklns presided women working tirelessly for
I lay people and officers of written in the Holy Scrip- with charm and dignity.Dr. the success of this affair were

I church to converge on tures and recorded In the Susie C. Holley, in her Mrs. Pearlle M. Moncrief
}idelphia for a mass church's official manual usual brilliant, dynamicway New Providence and Mrs.

v of strength Tuesday This mammoth Philadelphia presented thespeakerof Emma L. demons.

Wednesday, December conference will probably the occasion, Dr. William ,

be the largestchurchstrategy Harvey III, who immediately MIAMI TIMES
ishop Jones made this conference In recent after his address showed a j
after thousands ---. ---------- -
Jve ofis years. The battle between 45-minute slide of the people
letters, and sympac -' Bishop Jones and the execu- in the jungles of Africa and Mrs. Pearile M. Moncrief Mrs. Forma L. Clemons ADS

| calls poured in from tive board of the Church of the work that is being done <

torters all over the na- God in Christ makes the larg- by the National Foreign The Rev. Thedford Johnson was quite pleased with the BRING

According to the Bish- est church battle, including Mission Board of the Na- secretary of the Foreign results of the meeting.

The outrageat my treatt I court action, in a decade. tional Baptist Convention. Mission Board of Florida, The Baptist Women's RESULTS
in Memphis and my Sources close to Bishop
|red ouster and unfrock- Jones said more followers

have caused so many than the huge Holy Templeat
; and pledges to be made 60th & Callowhill can

le I felt a meeting woulde accommodate will be on HELt9tlltt

best way to recognize hand next Tuesday and I I

[loyalty of my followers Wednesday In one of the "ri / CIT
I to coordinate a plan to most unusual shows of

[tore the constitutional strength summoned by Bishop W@SSOn. '
eminent and maintaine Jones in the history of SCOTT-BIZ ROLL Star Kist tl wp o LARalMr
to the church. Certain- his service. WHITE RL R+


tie pastor officers and Perrine EELBKK12 OL 7cans '
fibers will have their anWinter' Rev. W. C. Edcar, pastor
Sing on Sunday Ella $. Long, reporter IIARGE OR BABY :HELL ..1

18 at 7:30: p.m. ,"Thes LIMA IQl PULLOVER
Mt Morlah Baptist Church;
of David" along'with Revi W. C Edcar'pastor, hadan BEAMS Ituonr CORN 9
Bts artists)I'of this 'city ''
'attendance of 110 in Sun- aDLORf
thrill your soul 'withs K lb C MAXWELL HOUSE Q C .IwR-.L+K
day School on Sunday. The d 'CAN or. MLAC* wNITt,
of Zion. Donation for FULL UTSGAUD 19 INSTANT
subject "God's Promise of MIM "" "'
I[affair any will member be $1.00.of Please the Peace," was discussed to the COFFEE.ouNO MMCHIS 0u41 COFFEE' U .1[[ -

benefit of all.
frch for tickets.
The Women's Home Mis-
here will be a sale at sion had a good attendanceand 1 9 C 1 I1 /
[church on Saturday Dec. was spiritually bene- ,0.01.9 IrrlE' I
Beginning at 1 Sisterer
p.m. ficial. God help us to lift as /
and her
committee we climb. Mrs. Ella B. Long, 22" Iuc'
I be in charge of this sale. I'
chairman, invites all the women C : .
and men to come and HILLSDALE- 49
LTERS CHAPEL worship with us on the first Pgett tRS
number of Sailers Chapel and third Sundays. Won't you 1 '
bars turned out Friday come? ?rfa.sTSARO /

ing, to Love Feast, in a Haker Harris is ill at his

together spirit to meet our home.Let
pastor, the Rev. H. M. everybody on time' 1 1
on, who, in turn, held as our pastor is back home. '
fist Communion,,erviot, Ella B. Long is reporter. kr AsfoRttf'' vwLrw
e new church year. We ._
-16 OZ SIZE I[ oouoNi
sure going to enjoy our TEMPLE BLUE RIBBON
pastor. Our former pas- CHEfS CFIOICE cHOVPEO TWtN NYT
5 to
the Rev. H. J. Benson, The Training Union will SIRLOIN STEAK ONlt: to DADMfNATV..S
\\be our Presiding Elder. sponsor a dinner this satur- u o LvoU

ext Sunday, the Sunday day at the home of Mrs. Eva C ST "YES" 5
>\ will sponsor a tea in Gibson 1938 NW 5th Place I HARRIS C ,
(basement of the church. from high noon until? Dona- LLOYD 'ZE BANANAS:
Mrs. Cornelius Glenn attended tion one dollar. "
t 'the funeral of her nephew Choir No. 1 will sponsor a VARIETIES r 1%
in Thomasville, Oa. She register tea' Sunday at 3 p.m. ti. I 3Ptit
was accompanied by Mr. at the church. A spicy program : '
GlewThey have our deepest is being prepared for [ -., .
y. the occasion. Friends are Invi- LBS
ted. W*
GOODWILL Members who have return- I 1 i I III

ed home from hospitals where .
IONARY BAPTIST they underwent surgery are 1 POTATOES!

flS601 ,NW 24th, Court Theo Clark and Mrs. M. 00,1, WHITE
e Thompson. We pray for their 1.--
\ fruitful TI jwtHV'citywWe
day 6ti
'greater improvements..' Mission,
Ray Leath was added Mrs. L. Moran,' president, 1 '
will celebrate its anniver- U. 110. 1 p [
r Sunday School roll, ow.L'Rco Ro.
Friday evening, Dec. 1P" a
he lesson was reviewed sary I SQUASH
16, at Temple.
ter Harrison; the stu- ,a vuu! SQUIBB
were anxious to know :qua NET BRECK O7 SwEG 1 A AAAI47t Z u:1 51

peace among men in HAIR 0:.: .5-gc SHAMPOO ""' ...,A.! | "S
day crisis. TELL OURADVERTISERS ::: ,! sN No
v. R. L. Cooper was SPRAY' ,./vAIU! MLAUT/UL AMODATGD OO.OR 33
(guest minister for the 1%YAW{ 99 Sc!
ig service. Mr John YOU SAW IT IN THE MISS \ DUSTING .a..a.s..a..u..u auraaaU
i was our evening guest. \ROL19C RAZOR :

die Smart is reporter. TIMESLKaisrst.'Ssrri.Yi NAMcwNx N..!....-..00r POWDER


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Miami Zeta Amicoe;


r. Attend ConferenceThe

following persons at- tables with their hand work
tended the Southeastern Regional and scrapbooks.First s
Conference in Macon, prize for scrapbookswas w
Oa. given to Zeta Amicae
Friends Naomi Johnson, of Ft. Lauderdale. First prize
Willie Mae Heastie, Rachel for hand work was given to
Coleman, Alice Hodges and Zeta Amicae of Miami. ; r
May Dell Braynon, who is The group traveled to Macon -T. tt r
vice president of the Southeastern Oa. by chartered bus
region. with friends from Miami, H
The region Covers Florida, Ft. Lauderdale,and West Palm r
,Georgia and South Carolina. Beach. ?
There were nine groups from Our Friends are membersof ?N.PyNrt, _'iSI" __
Florida, four groups from the sponsoring chapter Be-c
Georgia and three from South ta Tau Zeta of Zeta Phi Be
Carolina.In ta sorority, Inc.
the< speaker was the National Lee Fcrtscn ,
President of Zeta Sorority, The .next regional conference
a r
I I..), Friend' Bradham. We were I I Beach.will be held in Daytona
given some very important I
information concerning Zeta
Amicae. WMBM
The regional presidentgave 1490 On Your Dial
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some very important BLANCHE CALLOWAY
facts on Friendship curing PRESENTSPROGRESSREPORT
the luncheon. Orchids t o t
Zeta Amicae of Macon,Oa.for I
fashion show. '
All groups attending the 1 Times Daily
regional conference, set up i a Lan.. 1:55 and to p.m.

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-.. (J) Miss Alabama A&M, Kathalyne Sears, Center, Jerry Smith (33)); halfback, Leonard Bell (83); andright
tat, sings the school lama mater along with Dr. R. D. Mor- 'tackle, James Davis. Other Rattlers, right tackle, Horace
rison, A&M president, and two members of her court Lovett, (3)) and left tackle/ Donald Smith (70)).
during, half-time ceremonies of the Orange Blossom (3)) Alabama A&M right guard, Richard Murrell(70)),
Classic. throws. body block to stop Rattler quarterback, Ken

((2)) Florida A&M quarterback, Elroy Morand, leaps Riley as linebacker Benjamin Nix (62))comes in to as
high in the first minute of play to complete a jump sist./ Right tackle, Horace Lovett (73)) of Florida A&M
pass which carried his team deep in Alabama A&M gets set to throw a block.
territory enroute to the Rattler 43-26 Orange Blossom (4) FAMU quarterback, Ken Riley, executes a fake
Classic victory. Identifiable members the Bulldogs handoff on a keeper play that gained 10 yards. Miami-

defensive unit are, center, James Gamer (5)); halfback, Metro News Bureau photos.FAMU's .


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Herb Paige, vice president and'general manager 0''f w

Miami Pepsi Cola, presents the annual Miami Pepsi ,

Cola Willie Gallimore Award for excellence in high '. '5 "
school scholarship and athletics in 1965-66 to James Smiling Eddie' Lee Pitt- I :
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a THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 9, 1966 17

Spearing with........- 4 Rattlers Smash Alabama A&M 43-26 I

The Florida A&M Rattlers dogs moved swiftly by com- plunges. every conceivable 4
scored two touchdowns in pletinga 40-yard pass cappedby After a wild, hard-fought manner.A field goal, a safety,
the first minutes of play, then a 30-yard interference pe- opening quarter, the second long sweeps and a 75-yard
went on to crush the Alabama nalty and a two-yard touch- quarter began and ended in a ground drive led to the vic-
A&M Bulldogs 43-26 in the down plunge by Alvin Pres- mild note. The only score tory which gave almost every
Orange Bowl Saturday night. nell. The two-point conver- came on a 15-yard pass by played on the 75-man Rattler'
BY HARRY SPEAR Both Rattler scores came attempt failed.' the second three Rattler squad a crackat the Bulldogs.
before the Bulldogs had com- The first quarter ended quarterbacks Riley\vhich Fewer than 30,000 spec-
pleted a play from the line of with a 13-12 score resultingfrom gave the Rattlers a 19-12 tators, the smallest crowd in
OLPHINS vs KANSAS CITY CHIEFS scrimmage.As a Rattler pass interception lead after Riley's two-point 10 years, witnessed the
expected, Alabama and a final seven-yard donversion pass was droppedby ramble played in the 70,000-
This Sunday, Dec. 11, the Dolphins play the lea- took to the air and quarter- keeper play by Jackson, flankerback Gene Milton. seat Orange Bowl,the 20-year
[ue's leading Kansas City Chiefs at the Orange Bowl. back Onree Jackson had whose second twopoint conversion The second half was all! home of the Orange Blossom
ame time 4:30 p.m. We all know the Dolphins played thrown 19 passes at the end try failed., Florida A&M. They scored in Classic.
[ poor game this last Sunday. They had the game of the half. For a while it Both first-quarter Rattler
|ewed away in their back pockets a number of timesnd looked as if the Bulldogs scores came on identical
missed opportunity after opportunity to score. I am would make a contest of the plays, Bone-crushing punt
hne sports writer who can find after 34th Classic. return tackles resulted in
excuse excuse to With the clock showing loose footballs near the Looking the 1
|elp the Dolphins along:1 am not on their roll,I am not 12:14 in the first quarter, th e Bulldog 10, followed by short y
arried to any player, therefore I don't single out any score was 13-6 after the Bull- jump passes and touchdown R ,_ '( 'I
f the players in particular. They all try their best. SPORTSWORLD
?rom a stand point of reviewing all the headaches,
:oach George Wilson Sr. and his staff have before

them, to patch up all the injuries that has hurt the

team in general. We can all sit back and criticize.Why

[didn't you do this and do that? Here is the answer, four

[quarterbacks have been injured, some time or the other. BY LEO ARMBRISTER Overnearly
[Two out of the season who they depended on. Bo

Roberson who played a whale of a game Sunday has
been out most of the time with a bad ankle also a com- RATTLERS SHARP OFFENSE

pound fracture of a finger. Roderick Twilley, Frank BEATS BULLDOGSThe

Jackson, Eddie Wilson, Rick Norton and Numerous
others have suffered injuries during the season. All Rattlers ot Florida A&M University struck
| this hasn't helped the slightest.The early in the first quarter of the 34th Orange Blossom
Classic and trailed to defeat Alabama A&M
Dolphins are a first year organization, yet never a game
people expect miracles the first year. A fighter has to Bulldog team 43-26.
Hard running Hubert Ginn was the stimulus that
start from the amateurs, baseball players have to startin
the Rattlers the line asif .
keep moving through Bulldog ,
the minor leagues, football players as a rookie fresh
they were men. .
out of college have to show they of paper
are capable play-
The outstanding player of the game, Ginn shared M
ing pro football, l learn one anothers moves and plays.
the honor with Alabama quarterback Onree Jackson,'.,
This all takes a year or so. Those who saw our gamesat who is a passing superlative, who lacks only a re-
home have no complaints. Although the Dolphins 10 stand ceiver to gather in his plums.A .
won. They gave the fans a lot of excitement. Take good action game with lots of scoring and the

the Boston game, they had the crowd standing, shouting entertainment of two hands, most of the 28.815 fans
until their last second of the game where nobody left went away acknowledging an evening well spent.

the ball park until then. They received a standing ova-

tion. While listening to the George Wilson, Sr. programon BASEBALL'S RASH TRADING DOES

WIODMon.Dec. 5, he was asked about achange in CREATE INTEREST i
his staff and he knew nothing about it, nor where it

came from. Well here it is, while listening to Joe Grog- Baseball, though always exciting, seldom creates
han' pre-game show before the game over WCKT, he confusion-but confusion played a big part recently,

mentioned something about some changes will be made Little James Wymes, Jr., a 26-game schedule which when the smoke cleared the trading tables, where some
with the whole setup. He did not specify any particularone son of the assistant registrarat will include a birth In the of the choicest trade-bait in baseball history was being

or department. I think this will enlighten you some, Bethune-Cookman Col- Chicago Invitational Intercollegiate served a la carte.
George. lege stopped by the school's Basketball Tour The National league, the more daring of'the two,

This writer looks for some excitement this coming 1 Gymnasium to pick up a,few, nament December 28-31. was shaken with the announcement that one. of.the
Sunday, Dec. 11. Some time back when the Dolphins pointers on basketball from Last year playing in his games's finest men certainly one of its best f
star forward 6'8" Johnny first season, Johnny Allen
played the Chiefs Fred Williamson landed
(sweet) a
Allen from Delray Beach. tossed In 684 points for amw game's finest men and certainly one of the best playershad
suckers puncy after a play was executed, which landedon school record shatter-
The BethuneCookmanCollege called it a day; then there was the trade of one of the
the jaws of Howard Twilley, causing a double frac- Wildcats opened Its Ing the old mark of 592 most exciting performers of his generation and to a rival -
ture, sidelining him for the rest of the season, George basketball season December set by Calvin Johnson in pennant contender of the same league-as if to gain

Wilson Sr. filed a complaint to the commission. His ex- 1 in Atlanta, Georgia when 1963. equal attention in the absurdity in the trade market,

cuse was the official did not see it, therefore nothingwas they participated IntheGeorgia The Wildcats Bethune-Cookman finished last the American league had a little whackey trading of
Invitational Tourna- College
done about it. I look for some of our players to ment. The Wildcats will play season with an 18-5 record. their own, sending Dean Chance from the Los Angeles
see the excitement. Most of the players who were side- Angels to the Minnesota Twins.
.. .
lined this last week will return this Sunday if nothing The past season mucn exciting ana gooa basebal i
happens during practice this week. At the Miami Stadium, performance hinged on the Frank Robinson trade; couldbe
practice starts at 2 p.m. You are all invited free of Million baseball has found a new vein of excitement to draw
$J5 WithdrawnIn
charge to watch them. from make an unbelievable trade.


University of Miami's football team, which played Bank CampaignA. The big fight everyone has been waiting for finally ..
got as far as the preliminaries--Cassius Clay and Terrell
five touch-
games in a row in which it scored only one
down have signed to fight in the Houston Astrodome on Feb. 6.
will go into the Liberty Bowl December 10 against Philip Randolph announced also seriously considering

Virginia Teach in Memphis, Tenn., with offensive wea today that over withdrawing accounts. Reports EXCELSIOR LEAGUE 11th WEEK STANDINGTEAM
pons to burn. The Hurricanes, who scored 103 pointsin $15 Million have been with on these withdrawals

their last two games, are two deep with scoring drawn from Chase Manhattan are expected in the period WON LOST PINS
threats at just about every position and the task of and First National City following December 9th. A-
defending Miami'is a difficult one. banks to date, as a protest mong the organizations to Hagan & Fonda No. 1 27 17 29212
Both Bill Miller and David Olive have shown they against the loans of these have acted are Mother 9 to 9 TV Drive I n 26 18 26620''
banks to South Africa. Mr. A.M.E. Zion Church in Manhattan Bowlers Pro Shop 25 19 28816
could Miller has piledup
move club as quarterbacks.
Randolph is thechairmanof the Methodist Mission
The Five Summersetts 24 20 28026
1,235 yards total offense as he fired several TD pas-
the Committee of Conscience of the united Nations, The Olympics 24 20 27236
ses and scored two himself. Olivo's total offense of615 Against Apartheid which is St. Marks in the Bouwerie
Cloverleaf Sport Shop 23 21 28023
yards with four touchdown passes and one TD on his conducting a campaign for Episcopal Church, the New
Yale Organ Cobras 23 21 27684
own. the withdrawal of personal York/New Jersey region of
the National Federation of Metzgers Pro Shop 22 22 27859
defense and and organizationalaccounts
While Miami's record breaking ground
New Frontier 22 22 27683
alert of defensive from the two banks due to Catholic College Students,
the plenty -
secondary has earned Hurricanes
Packer Pontiac 22 22 26776Tucker's
after tbeir involvement In the and the periodical Christian-
The of the offense a .
praise. emergence Famous Foods 22 22 26463
apartheid economy of South ity and Crisis. Other groups, :r
mid-season slump has given Miami 196 points on the Africa. This campaign will withdrawing accounts In- Bowe's Barber Shop 21 23 25477
season, just three points fewer than the 1965 team which culminate on December 9th, cludetheCommitteeonNonthe Hagan & Fonda No. 2 19 25 26909

was Miami's best offensive unit since 1965. day before Human Rights violent Action, the Ad Hoc Thompson Texaco 19 25 26867
Day, with a large public deCommittee on Human Right Metropolitan Cleaners 18 24 26595
........................................................... monstration in the Wall and Genocide Treaties, the LEO SPORT WORLD 15 29 25145
Street area at 1 Chase Man Jane Addams Peace Association -
: Miami Times hattan Plaza. the Student Governments HIGH Team Game: Bowlers Pro Shop, 1073; New
of Barnard College Frontier, 1071; The Five Summersetts, 1034.
i 6740 N.W. 15th Avenue ; The withdrawals have and Union Teological Seminary

s Miami, Florida 33147 come from both large and the Women's International HIGH Team 3-Game: Bowlers Pro Shop, 3012; New
small organizations and Individuals League for Peace Frontier, 2930; The Olympics, 2927.
Dear Sir: but many other and FreedomandtheWorld
large institutions, whose decisions Student Christian Federa
Enclosed please find the sum of $- are made slowly, are tion.Subscribe. HIGH INDIVIDUAL GAME: Roy L. Moss, 267;
Eddie Way, 263; Dave Boone and Billy Johnson 261.

to cover tote; cost o; a ___ subscription to .,
HIGH INDIVIDUAL 3-GAME: Willie L. Wright, 683;
the Miami Times Johnny B. Harvey, 664; Eddie Way, 661.

to the ...
Mai I Paper To TOP FIFTEEN AVERAGERS: Jemes Thomas, 188

Address Willie E. Robinson, 185; Tommy Jackson, 183; Eddie
Miami Times Way, 181; Dave Boone, 179; Willie Nicholson, 179; 0.
City_State Zip Code- Smith, 177; Frank Southward, 177; J. B. Harvey, 177;
James Mitchum, 175; Dennis Peake,175; Eddie Johnson,
Six Two Yrs. $9.00 $5 a year 175; Alvoid James, 175; R. L. Moss, 175; S. L. Stewart,
Months $3 00 One Yr. $5 00 175.

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18 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, December 9, 1966

Urban Renewal Plans


I 42 Town Houses in eND Bargain! Bargoinl Bargolnl! FHA Home?
Equipped, good weekly income, 5 days, 36 $450 down, 1 Mtg. Only
hours operation, close to Jackson High. Apt.
1 Dade Urban Renewal A- Ferdie said. Families now Owner must sacrafice due to other Interest. Home with Inc one?
Chairman Alnslee Fer-- the units will have Office Building?
gency renting Total 6401 SW 63rd COURT
die said Thursday that the the option to buy them later price $1,300. For CBS,' 3 bedrooms Clean I Business?
agency will soon advertisefor he said. Club?
bids for the construction PHONE Beautiful corner, /4 acre lot Church?
of 42 single family town $1000 worth of extras free
FR 4-2897 Land to Build?
houses in the Central Negro this!
District BEAUTIFUL CBS You Must set
SEE: -
The two-story buildings, 4750 NW 15th Avenue MR. .MARVIN-.
with each unit containing
No qualifying or loan Nites & Sunday 235-2748
from two to four bedrooms cost. Take over existing WEEKS & WEEKS

will tract be between built N.W.on a 20th 2.6-acre and FHA mortgage,$89 per mo. $100 DownMOVE GREATER MIAMI REALTY 5318 NW 2nd Avenue

22nd Streets from N.W. pays all., 4444133 154-8881
Fifth Court to the North- ********** IN BEFORE CHRISTMAS, 3 BED-

South Expressway. 3 BEDROOM CBS
The project 1blieved to ROOM, CBS, LIKE NEW. $68 PER MONTH
t. ,
1800 NW 83rd Street
be the first of its kind in an
urban renewal plan becauseof Open Sunday 2-5 PAYS ALL. CALL:
the provision for right of Vacant. Move In for Xmas.
"splnof of. sales housing ********** Harry DI.IY Realtor .....KING'SIZE BUYS***


bought ALLAPATTAH on easy REALTY terms. Tip Top Realty 9477111LIVE + HOMES FOR AS LITTLE AS $100 DOWN +


: Lovely 3 bedroom, awnings, sprinklers, FHA i

Zjdu cue et d il4 bwtttet t s *ttcct $68 PER MONTH PAYS ALL : 1451 NW 88 STREET .

MUHAMMAD'S FHA, $9200, $250 down. CBS, 3 bedroom, +
MOSQUE No. 29 Darling 2 bedroom, front screened porch, lovely 1
completely fenced, large lot, awnings, and area. t

Hear the life giving teachings of the etc. i t
1126 NW 93 STREET
.. Honorable Elijah Muhammad 1880 SERVICE ROAD OPA LOCKA
.A. 2 bedroom beauty, fenced, all mica dream kit-

.. 1. JACK MUNACHBROKER ; chen, separate garage, patio. i
I' Meetings: FR 3-5446

I SUNDAY 2:00 P. M. Call Arthur Solomon OX 6-9476 J 8500 NW 24 AVENUE r
Wednesday and Friday 8:00 P. M.
T Gorgeous 3 bedroom, 2 bath, fenced, built-in i I
5245 N. W. 7th AVENUE
t stove, only 5 years young. No qualifying.
Listen to the Radio Edition of "Mr. Muhemmed Sp.ek." .
Sundays, 5:30 A. M. WFAB 990 on th. Dial :gkrHttq / : hlftllt t 8741 NW 15 AVENUE 4
6:30 A. M. WMIE 1140 on tU Die) fe"sBesf'Bi '
Reed MUHAMMAD ys; J Corner 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Fla room, fenced awnings t L
SPEAKS Newspaper
t qualifying. all.
\, no Only $101.00 mo. pays +

T 8399 NW 12 AVENUE't
T Waterfront gorgeous 2 bedroom, central heat, t r
Freshly decorated CBS near everything. Fla t s pinklers, air condition. No qualifying. .. ..
room, awnings, awning windows, large yard. ... tb I
>:Best Buys in Town Price only $10,000 FHA with $300 down, $62.22 t INCOME PROPERTY +

month and owner. pays all closing costs. Vacant 4 5S3NW58ST.5814NW5CT. ... ... t
we have keys. 2 buildings on one lot:Good rental income. Priced Ito


I GORGEOUS 3 BEDROOM CBS. Jalousied porch 5 bedrooms, (wash bowl in each), 2 baths, stove, $ 6821 NW 4 AVENUE + e'

I" dining room, utility room, patio,- appliances, air refrigerator. No red tape. Price only $8,500 with A 8 units on 4 lots. _Very clean. Good rental area.
cond. Many extras, $400 down. $12,500 FHA. $350 ,down, $85 month and move right in. Good 4 WE SPECIALIZE IN THE FHA & VA RESALE +
location 79th St. We have e
near keys.
$250 DOWN. $63 MO. 3 bedroom, CBS beauty, A PROGRAM. NEW LISTINGS DAILY. LET '

like new, appliances, only $10,000 FHA. Nice SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS T EXPERIENCE SERVE YOU. ;

Bunche Park Bargain, CBS, freshly painted in OURJ
NICE 2 BEDROOM CBS. Screened porch,carport, side and out, awning windows, large neat yard, Y 8000 NW7 AVENUE PL ,
terrazzo floors, only $300 down, $12,500 FHA. 1 block from 27th Ave and shopping. Price t............. +
only $5,800 with $300 down and $52.60 month,
I GORGEOUS 2 BEDROOM CBS. Fla room, porch, FHA vacant. We have keys.
garage, appliances. 2 air cond. W/W carpeting. rr
.. Lamp post. Fenced $450 down. HERE'S SPACE TO LIVE!

DUPLEX BEAUTY CBS, 1 bedroom each side. Beautiful 3 bedroom CBS, corner, tile roof, separate Ford Real Estate Specials
Dining room, appliances, $450 down, $13,500 garage, wall to wall carpeting, fenced, I
FHA. Must be seen. awnings, Fla room, large kitchen, modern appliances ((1)) 329 NW 40th St.3 bedroom house. $295.
kiddies pool. This is a large house with down.
all large rooms--on 2 lots. Price $16,000, $600
down, $98 month. Seller pays all costsl)
ALLAPATTAH: 3 bedroom, CBS, $1,000 down. ((2)) 9230 NW 16th Ave. $1000 down, furn.
$11,500 CBS, 2 bedroom house, Fla. r com.

.. Tile roof, awning windwos, fenced yard, patio,
BAY VISTA PARK BEAUTY: 3 bedroom, 2 bath, awnings Near buses, schools, shopping. FHA down.
((3)) 2025 NW 91st St. Duplex. $350
CBS, completely furnished, $14,000 Rea-
price is $15,500 with $500 down and $100 mo.
sonable down. This is home in fine neighborhood.
a a ((4)) 1821 NW 53rd Terr. $600 down. $30 wk.

ONLY $500 DOWN..3 bedroom, 3 both, can be
used as income. 2 stoves and 2 refrigerators. ((5)) 774 NW 70th St. $250 down. $27 wk.
$8,500 total. Front house has 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, jalousie
H -' windows, built-in kitchen, like new appliances 4 bedroom CBS house.

( ONLY $150 DOWN. 2 bedroom, CBS, fenced. rear house is same with one bathroom.
$8,000 total. Close in. Fenced wall to wall carpeting, air conditioners. ((6)) 235 NW 48th St. $200 down. $76 mo.

FHA price $16,500, $600 down and $99 month
SWIMMING POOL. 2 bedroom, CBS, Fla. room ((7)) 2192NW 92nd St.Duplex.Live rent free.
picture window, garage, appliances, only $2,000 OWNER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS

down. $13,500 total. Luxurious corner CBS, flat tile roof, Fla room, ((8)) 1534 NW 44th St. $100 down. $22 wk.
CBS DUPLEX BEAUTY. $1,000 down. 1 bedroom, garage, awnings, large fenced yard, gas heat. A
each side., appliances. better home at $13,000 FHA with $400 down and "S;TW: ';-;).SB/;\.';""'";''',rw ,1...,.":."\M POJ?I"RENT.'.*.*..I'"' B''*'/'Hw,: ',.,4'11' .,.

{ $80 month and seller pays all costs w 43168' NIy.66thSt.2: !; bedroom it use$2Owk. )1
DOLL HOUSE. CBS, Large 1 bedroom, Fla room, .. '
patio, fenced fishing i pond, lover corner. DUPLEXIF YOU WANT FINEST f; 3040 NW\(;56th! ',St<'r:,$20)week.. ,' .' : J '',

$6,900 all cash. Beautiful 2 bedrooms each side, screened patio, ,3020 NW,,52nd SDuplex.l5Fb'eek'a;; ,"
terrazzo floors, reverse cycle air conditioners '3034 NW;56th. St. -2 bedroom house;r$ZO wk.
appliances, wall I to wall carpeting. All like new)

i WE HAVE MANY OTHERS $18,000 FHA, $800 down and $107 month.LifeRea ATTENTION VETERANS

I t sw rjw", ''!'" trw''''''r''',\ $1 m) DOWN IS ALL YOU NEED TO BUY A

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4 "' : ;: : : ,3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635-4595
Jf!: r 0oertx.Days Pee .t'Eve.I.Tooh: : ?: ,4

MIAMI TIMES Friday December 9 1966
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FOR KENT Buzzs, Dorothy Cross; Lutrica -
CLASSIFIED ADS Luxury house. $27 per week. MANKER. and Gayle Willis; two

CBS 2 bedroom, apt. $22. Remona Harper of 2184 NW sons Robert Jr.and Isaac. Her

Nice 1 bed. duplex. Apt. $19. 5th Ave. died Dec. 4. She is parents, Mr. and Mrs. James

15 WORDS OR LESS $1,50. 5C FOR ADDITIONAL WORD. Nice 1 bed. CBS, apt. $17.50. survived by her parents Mr. Mary Walton Alice; two Clemons sisters, Mmes.

DEADUNE FOR CLASSIFIED Good 2 bed., rear house 22. and Mrs. Thodies Harper. and Lula
WEDNESDAY Carter; three brothers
NOON Corner 1 bed. CBS duplex apt, Funeral services will be James, Clyde and Fredrick, ..-.,
$19 week. held Thursday at 1 p.m. in the
FOR SALE FOR SALE chapel. Walton. Funeral services are
FOR SALENo CBS 1 bed. duplex apt. $19. incomplete
$11,000 Bargain 1240 NW 31st 1 bed.
Street porch plus.Duplex apt.
Mary Lou Willis of 936
3 bedm
o down 5 payment.old ter-- Open Sunday 2 to 5, 2 bed- qualifying. 2315 NW 90th $19.LIBERTY. NW 3rd Ave. died Dec. 6. She Alfonza C. Minnis of 6690

CBS floors, years jalousie ,wins room, CBS, 1 bath, this is St. 2 bedroom, 1 bath, sprinkler RENTAL AOENCV' is survived by her widower, NW 18th Ave. died Dec. 5.

zo, excellent financing, no nice,only $350 down,veterans system. Low down pay- 801 NW 54th Street Robert; four daughters, Diann Funeral arrangements are in-
only $100 ment. Owner 6911567. complete.
alifying, fast occupancy, down. $74 month 7577419. If no answer: 633-
Broker pays ,all. It's clean. A won. 7809.
scayne Furnisher
derful retiree home. A. : Complete Fla room
8600. Kori, Realtor Ben- and dining room furnisher. Brand new:1: bedroom CBS
------ St. Call 612 NW 60th Stove, kitchen table and chairs duplex. Nice family onlv $28. OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY
$12,500 FHA 7512243. pictures, silverware, pots, per week. 757-7419. Liberty
50 down, $95 mo. pays all, Charming Home pans, potted vases, etc. Open Rental Agency, 801 NW 54th 9350 NW 14th Avenue

ge 3 bedroom CBS, garage, 830 NW 84th St. 3 bedroom, 1 til 6 p.m. 1042 W. 47th Ct. Street. CBS beauty, extra large lot, 2 bedroom, 1
ced yard, Fla porch, ap- bath Miami Beach, Fla..
ances, no closing costs CBS, large Fla room, ---- DAY CARE bath, carport, $13,200 FHA. $400 down.

scayne Realty, Broker, lovely.carport, Total utility price room,FHA this is is No Qualifying Duplex New Antioch Day car and $80 month.

98600. $14,400, only $450 CBS, 2 bedroom, 1 bath each Kindergarten. Free pice up
Veterans only $100 down. side, large kitchen. Low, low and delivery 54th St.. 633-2797. EXTRA SPECIAL
$350 Down down
closing costs, CBS dreamuse This sure. is A.a charmer. See for 19th Ave.payment.Call 4810-03 Mr. White.NW HELP WANTED 3 bedroom, 1 bath, large lot, CBS total ...)

ilt-in, only kitchen$10,000, Fla room FHA,, '612 NW 60th Ben-Kori fit Call, anytime Realtor, 624-4874 or 751-9708. Mature woman to live in to price $11,500 FHA. Only $350 down. $63 mo.

J73 month pays all. Biscayne 751-2243. Sofa bed. $23.Matching chairs .help mother. Call 6242823. We have key.

ealty, Broker, 759-8600. $9,000 Total $7.00 Dinett table and chairs.

No Qualifying FHA Terms only $300 down $20. 758-7846. STEAL THIS ONE
500 down, move in, CBS two You and can't$70 beat month pays all. 1798 NW 67th- Street Free Mobile Seeing is believing. Owner must sell. $19,000
it. 2 bedroom
Unpletely:droom with furn.large immaculate.Fla porch, CBS, wonderful starter or retiree 3 bedroom, one bath, unfurn. house for$15,500. A once in a life time deal I
home. CBS home almost new.Adults Dental (hit to I
185 per mo. Biscayne Realty, Realtor, call anytime A. Ben-Kori 751-2243, only $30 week. immediately buyer must have $3,000 down. No qualify

roker.. V9-8600.._- daily occupancy.444-6126 Call or Mr.evenings Gross, Service SchoolsFollowing ing $117 a month. This Is a beautiful 3 bed-

Extra Lot 2 homes 2 Homes for the for price One of III 8-2824. room, 2 bath, CBS home on a corner lot witha
ovely CBS with extra lot, all CBS, front house has 2': -- the recent an- large Fla room plus a screened in sun
ompletely fenced, wonderful Philco
electric stove. Double nouncement Congressmen
at children,near clem school, bedroom 1 bedroom, 1 1 bath bathno, rear house, oven. Perfect condition. See Dante Fascell and Claude room, plus two new air conditioners plus

nd uahfying.market,Biscayne$800 down Realty, no ing, only ,$1,500 down qualify, total it work. $35. Call 691-1503. Pepper and Senators George wall to wall carpeting, plus, plus, plus.
price $13,500. This is a good Smathers and Spessard Holland
Jroker, 759-8600. 3 bedroom.Move in for Christ
value, a good way to live more details were released -
mas. Owner sells direct. 1146 NW 85 STREET
rent free. Call anytime, A. today on the OEO
rant residence. 4 bedrooms Porch
carport, lovely corner
Ben-Kori, Realtor, call any grant of $45,912, to Dad if the best. On the lake. Quiet ..
arport plus 4 additional, 1 & time 751-2243. near bus stop, school, shops. Only you want
bedroom units rented. $255 See 4232 NW 11th place. $500 County. This information
2 bedroom CBS large Fla
-- area room car
per month. All CBS. Move in down. Move right in. Call was provided by Frank K.
ith $1,000 down. Profit plus 5661 NW 6th Avenue owner 758-8749. Sloan, Southeast Regional port, rent with option to buy to qualified
'ee house. No qualifying East of Expressway, this Director of the Office of Economic -
lovely 2 bedroom 2 bath party.
nbelievable. Let me provet. $7500 Total Price Opportunity in At-
t. Call owner PL 8-0551. Fla room, large eat-in kitchen, Christmas bargain. CBS, oak lanta, Georgia.
large lot 75x125
---- is garage, this floors, porch. See 339NW 39th BRAND NEW HOME
a honey. Total is
2 bedroom 1 bath price '758-8749. The
CBS, near St. Owner. nine month grant
chools, buses, shopping. 2vailable. $15,000, FHA terms, A. Ben- --- provides a Mobile Dental 3 large bedrooms, 2 beautiful baths, extra
Kori Realtor 612
NW 60th
, Low down payment. St. ,Call anytime, 751-2243. 2050 NW 96th street Unit, equipped for two den- large Fla. room, enclosed garage. Only 2
lw monthly payments. No $400 down. $75 month. Owner
tal teams, to dental
---- available. have Call
luahfying. Call Broker right direct. Like new, CBS tile needs of We key. today.
1602 NW 82nd Street target area school
lOW. Martin M. Berney, 624- roof. Hurry for this modern
983. FHA terms, total price children between the ages of 'r:
beauty. Call owner 758-8749. WANT INCOME PROPERTY CALLOUS$ )
six to fifteen whose
$12,000 only $400 down, fully years
-- ( .'
uplex. Beautiful Live Rent furn., 3 bedroom, 1 bath, 3 bedroom, CBS,house.Drive family incomes meet OEO >, :-" WE HAVE ', LARGE $SELECTION>:'v l

ree. Excellent lot and 1 loca- CBS, wall to wall carpet, awn- way, carport, small down pay- eligibility standards. The
ion. No qualifying. Call ings, this is a wonderful buy ment, no qualifying or closing unit is staffed by two full- THISIS A BEAUTY
roker to see right now. Marin and a must see. A. Ben-Kori, charges. One mortgage. 3615 time dentists, two dental as-

M. Berney, 624-6983. Realtor, 612 1-2243.NW 60th St. Call NW 214th St.-685-1224Dec.30. sistants, and three aides. The 3 bedroom, 2 bath, large Fla. room, enclosed

--- anytime unit is maintained by Dade garage, extra large lot, FHA, value only

Hiplex. No qualifying. Makeour 2 HousesNo FOR RENT County Sheriffs Departmentand down. This is hot.
own deal. 2 bedroom, 1 located on the grounds $16,000. Hurry.
qualifying, only $1,500 Room in home.
ath each side, reasonableown new Single of the school whose
down for this beauty, fronthas working man only. Call 691- enroll-
balance in
2 bedrooms, 2 baths, 40 I 5181. ment is to be served. The $100 DOWNIf
asy monthly payments or ft., living room, all modem, Sheriffs Department partici-
tiling for excellent cash
rice. This is good invest- only 6 years old, house I in Lovely room in private resi- pates as part of its anti- you are a veteran or being displaced by

lent property. Call Broker, rear, one bedroom bath dence. Gentleman preferred or delinquency program. Urban Renewal or the Expressway.
lartm M. 6246983. beauty, total price $18.000, nicelady. 633-2895. 1517 NW
' Bemey, see this for sure. A. Ben- 32nd St. Call after 7 p.m. The applicant, Economic .

bedroom Kori, Realtor, 612 NW 60th --- Opportunity Program, Inc.,
ike new. No qualifying. For St. Call anytime 751-2243. Garage apt. 1775 NW 84th St. Miami, Florida, is a private
$16 per week. 681-8401. non-profit agency. The di-
formation call
Broker right
ow. Martin M. Berney, 624- ATTENTION!! ATTENTION!! --- rector of the County Health 4600 NW 7 AVE 75)4642)
983. Is your church at present in Furn. 1 bedroom apt. $18 Department is the staff di
need of relocation? We have a weekly includes lights, gas, rector.
-- new location for you.There isa water and waste removal. SONNY KIBHT
artially nice houses furn. A on good large deal lot for, building (new) on propertyat "foil' .... e..1.........w.1... L.nu.7"",n,..,.. .'" w......A.

eople selling their homes to present-can be utilized 2:30. 2221 NW 57th street.

xpressway or urban renewal. two-fold, for a kindergarten, ------ SECRET PRAYER
give by 351 NW 45th St. then and church.Call us for all in- One bedroom apt. Fum. Not FORMULA CHART I
all Fenster formation. Fenster Realty, for sale. Good location. Rea-
''L 9-8779. Realty, Broker, Broker, 759-8779. sonable price. 754-0977. Pschyo physical t.mpl* of

_ the Divin Mother, Inc.*.cr.' EDISON
char- 2 fur coats, like mink, prac- Room, hot water at all times, prayer formula chart. Specials
-'droom Special: 3 tically new. Paid $300 for Close to bus stop. Very nice My prayers or* being sent out
CBS buses
each Will sell for $50 surrounding. Address 6705 NW
hoots, shopping center one. and blessing' are coming In.
each. 739 NW 77th Terrace. 26th Ave. 691-7034. Morning
god deal S.nd for Free Daily Blenlng.
>air homes to people urban renewal selling Will be home all day Saturdayand til 8:30: evenings til 7:30.: How to get what you want OPEN AFTER 2 P.M. SUNDAYNO

tf expressway. Fum. Driver Sunday. Come in. through this new way of

675 NW 44th st. Then call 2 bedroom modern frame, part- Pray;,. MoM self-addreiied' QUALIFYING

enster Realty, Broker, PL Wish to seTl house, stock- ly furn. $90 Will paint month to only.suit envelope to oRev. C. Forster' NO DOWN PAYMENTS

8779. frame, two bedroom, bath, 691-1503.tenant. by P. 0. Box 56, St. Albans, 3 bedroom, 1 bath home plus 1 bedroom cottage
living room, dinnette, two N. Y. 11412.
uBe house closing porches. $5,000 cash partly furn. Make payments like rent.
CBS, double House, 1 bedroom, furn.with
t with income property. A sale. No mortgage. 1649 NW
,t deal for some people 69th Terr. Interview Sunday, 696-1735.phone. Prefer working lady. DRIVE BY THESE THEN CALL EDISON

10 have $5,000 down pay- 1 p.m. to 5:30: p.m. 6961106.Dec. down 2 bedroom
'nt. ((1)) 44 NW 47th Terr. $250 FHA. -
Drive by 546 NW 44th 9. HELP HELP HELP
Large furn room with a pri-
, Fla plus porch.
then call Fenster Realty, vate entry. Also kitchen pri- CBS, room, screen

- 52nd St. and 33rd Ave. Call ---
ean home in and out. 2 bedIm Mr. Gordon, 665-6870. TF CBS, fenced yard near school, FRANKLIN ratio (doors, carport. County taxes only.

plus a garage. Drive bus, shopping. 2116 NW 97th of. Macon, Ga.
524 NW 44th St. then call ---$100 Down St. Open by appoi ntment.JE DIVINEaPIR1TUAL ((3)) 60 NW 42nd St. Lovely CBS Duplex. $450

nster 79. Realty, Broker, PL 9- Move in before Christmas. 3 1-3184 or FR 1-1905. HEALER down, FHA, 2 bedroom each side Terrazzo

bedroom, CBS, like new, $68 ---- Jesus Is truly giving victory floors, carport, county taxes only.
--- per mo. Pays all. Call Harry $20 week. 6 rooms unfurn. problems.to many, many peoples

w Genie Homes!!! 3 bed- Denny Realtor, 947-7111. cottage. 2229 NW 60th st. SUCCESS CAN RE VOl/PS
((4)) 438 NW 59th St. 4 furn. CBS, units $16,000-
m, 2 bath, CBS, carport, Tip Top Realty. ---- See or write me today. I
It-in oven-range, hard- 3712 NW 20th Ct. Lovely 3 have a special message for total. No qualifying. Only $3,000 down.
od floors, 1-5 Why Pay Rent bedroom, rear house. $86 mo. every troubled soul. Last
open Sunday
1.1954 NW You can own your home for Biscayne Realty, Broker, 759- week many, many peoplewere
thy' Broker 41stst., PL Fenster 98779.P2DRESSESHAJRIHPIACE. only $100 down. 3 & 4 bed- 8600. helped by my special WE HAVE MANY HOMES AND DUPLEXES,
room CBS, like new. From $68 selected Bible reading, FHA TERMS OR NO QUALIFYING.YOU .
mo. pays .all. Move in before 5537 NW 6th PI. 1 bedroom, to be read on Special Days
Christmas. Call Harry Denny, unfurn. $20 week.Adults only. If you want to be delivered CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR

Realtor, 947-7111. Call 10 to 6 p.m. 754-6277. stamped quickly., Send self-addressed$1.00 and $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING

Ge4J14l --- 2 bedroom, duplex apt. Free envelope to: DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY.
Bunche Park Area gas. 758-4754. REV ROOSEVELT
:J CBS, 2520 NW 153rd St. $300 w.i:
lown, $58 monthly. 2 bedroom FRANKLIN Realtors
DOUBLE ACTION plus Fla porch. Very good 630 MORROW AVE. EDISON REALTY,
CHILDCARE Macon G*. Phone !--in. 3-6473
VCOLORS Condition.: Like new. Call Mr.
GRAY 1U1R 61Aa(
arvin nights and Sundays: i WilV take very good car* of YOU will get these 62nd St
175 N.W. 7512441THE
135-2748.. Greater Miami Realy J,your child in my home. 759- '
4446133. VERSES BY Ri:TI 'N MAIL


) 20 THE MIAMI' TIMES, Friday, December 9, 1966 -

' Muslims Score Success Adam Has Gun CLASSES OF 46 & 56

\ i"" Make plans to be at the home of

,I (J... at Pre Ramadan Banquet Will" ShootCongressman JOE WILLIAMS
I {{' Muhammad's Mosque lie 3X and was presented by
Adam Clay cult television to avoid 2972 NW 69th TerraceAt
I 1 j J|, #29 of Miami, the newly Captain Samuel ton Powell of New York was vice of the warrant while ser-1 6 Dec. 11 1966
: 'M dedicated edifice for the Ne- The banquet was held in accused last week of threatening appeals the case. p.m. ,
\\t c gro community, gave the the beautifullydecorateddln- the life of a Life Magazine Plans will be mad for the Annual Christmas Party

citizen try of Miami as prom- ing room with an oriental photographer.
ised a"most memorableeve- motif. Music was furnishedby The incident is said to r
\ nlng" at a Pre-Ramadan Noble"Thin Man" Watts have taken place at Bimini, CarverRanches
\ banquet and his All-Stars, consisting in the Bahamas,where Powell r
i The M.G.T. & G.C.C. of Brother Guy X. on Bass, is reported 'to have real pro- ii iiBti i Call

(Muslin girls training and Brother Ernesto X., Congo, perty, and was on vacation. ?'.
II general civilization class) Brother Elvin X., Drums, A Life spokesman said !
presented poems, song, anda Noble Watts, Tenor Sax. that Powell aimed a shot News I CHARLESROGERS
skit entitled "How the The banquet was largely gun at Miami photographerLynn
Black Women Feel". Mem- attended and the guest roster Pelham and said, "I'll '--- Walter ... -"

bers of the cast were sisters reads like a pagefrom Who's kill you if you set foot on my Sgt. Harold Carswell of N
Anna Lois X., KarweemahX. Who in Miami. Present were: property." West Hollywood is home on
., Mubaarakah X., Arlea- Mrs. Maxine Thurston, Di- Powell is facing a conviction furlough after serving a year :
yah X., Resaalah X., Ros- rector of Leadership Development in New York of criminal in Vietnam. He is visiting his d AT PL 1-7502
setta X., Karon X., Mildred Program of Urban I court charges growing out wife and baby and other rela-
( *- X, Bertha X., Katie X. League; Lee Black of the I of his failure to satisfy a libel I tives and friends. Sgt. Cars-
Highlights of theplay were Community Relations Board .judgment against him for well has served about seven For A Good Buy on
exerpts from the message to Attorney Henry Arrington, 164,000, and a contempt action years in the Army and is I plan-
I which he has been sentenced ping to make it, a career. '
Dr. Edwin Dr. Carl
the blackman in America by Shirley,
the Honorable Elijah Mu- Yaeger, Sr., Talmadge Fair, ; yak to City.30 days in jail inNew -Mr.-and-Mrs. Billie Robin- A Piano, Organ,
hammad. Most effective was Executive Director of Urban
The Harlem pastor-con- son of 26th st. and 42nd Ave .
the prayer scene with a per- League; Mr. William Wynnof I ressman is said to have West Hollywood,are the proud Scott Stereoor
fect of thee cent and the United Fund Sonny
setting res planned to continue preaching parents of a baby girl! who
the star. Wright, local broker of Universal !.;Sundays at the Abyssinian was born last week.
The guest speaker was Sis- Real Estate; and one
]Baptist Church by closed cir- Orchestra
ter Nettie X., national captain of Miami's newest additions Mrs. Sylvia Cox, formerlyof
of the M.G.T. & G.C.C. in the legal field, Attorney Hallandale, passed in New
.1 and the featured speaker of Jesse McCrary and many York City on Wednesday, Instruments
the evening was the new min other outstanding guests of Nov. 30. Mr. and Mrs. Amos
Cox, brother-in-law and sis
ister, Troy Bey who presented the community.The .
ter-in-law, left Dec. 3 for
to the cheering audiencethe setting in the diningarea
.a New York to attend the funeral
Honorable Elijah Mu- was a replica of the dele-
on Dec. 4 Mr. and Mrs.
hammad's programs and gates dining room of the Cox live in West Hollywood.\
suggested that we set aside United Nations with the --
|.v differences in religion, etc. Muslims in their fine arrayof Mr. and Mrs. Willie Wrightof
and get behind the only lead- dresses, robes, togas and 19th St. and 46th Ave. are
er of the so-called Negro who native costumes. the new owners of Harris Pit
has the solution to the prob- Bar-B-Q and Restaurant of
) lems of black America. West Hollywood, on the corner if i '
II of 42nd Ave. and Pem-
Trophy awards were made ANTIOCH BAPTIST
to 'outstanding salesmen of broke Road. Congratulations.New .
f Muhammad Speaks, the of- members for VFW
ficial organ of the nation of Post'
No. 8195 are Madison
Islam. The winners were: A cornerstone laying James of 42nd Ave. and 28th
Brothers James 9X and Wil- ceremony will be at Antioch St., Sherman Council of 48th
Baptist Church, NW 46th St. /\VI'. and 26th St., Moses
and 29th Ave., Sunday, Dec. A.M.COHEN TEMPLE Crawford, 4701 SW 23rd St.All .
PRE-CHRISTMAS TEA 11 at 3 p.m. CHURCH OF OOD IN CHRIST of West Hollywood.
The Free and Accepted PERSONALITY OF THE
The Young Matrons Clubof Prince Hall Affiliated Masons WEEKWe The Carver Ranches Volunteer -
New Mt. Zion Baptist under the direction of Fire Department andadies' VICTOR PIANOS & ORGANSCorner
salute Minister James
Church cordially invite you District Deputy L. 0. Bodie, Auxiliary wish to
in the
worker ,
to attend their first annual will act as Grand Master of Cash, Cohen an ardent Temple Church thank all who attended their NW 54th St. & NW 3rd Av*. PL 1-7503
J Pre-Christmas Tea, Sunday, the service. All Masons and A.M. benefit dance and made dona-
in Christ. Minister Or 2010 Biscoyne Blvd. Miami FR 7-0401
of God
Dec. 18, at the Seminola Park Ladies Auxiliaries working f ions. Special thanks to the -
&6r Recreation Center from 4 to 6p.m. under the Protection of the Cash serves as president, director 0 Holiday Social Club for $2S, In Broward Call JA 2-5131 or visit
i A fashion show will be Union Grand the Youth Department
Most Worshipful md to the Gay Ladies Club
1 1103 Las Olos Blvd. Lauderdale/ JA 5.3116"TREMENDOUS"
of church ,Education, Eost Ft.
presented by the Future Most WorshipfulRudolph
r ; Designers Lodge, for $57. ._
t*I and recently called by -
: f of Miami. Trophies Bradley, G.M., are
a 6 will.be given for the best de- invneu to taKe pan mine the, Lord into the
:' sign. Door prizes will be service. Minister Cash is
lor at Booker T.
given. Alexander Lucas, Jr. High School and ministry.l- PRICE REDUCTION
Mrs. Mary Harris, president: ReporterBegg number of
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