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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 23, 1966
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
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Vol. 44, No. 18, MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 23, 1966 28 Pages 15*




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Superintendent Joe Hall for greatly increased school) Immediate future plans."

told news executives a special desegregation next year, The community has
"press briefing" Tues- with larger proportions of reached "what may be i an
day that 119 of the 210 Negro pupils' in some al- important turning point i in
schools in the Dade County ready desegregated schools. our educational processes,"
School system have been "We want to give you the he said
integrated. background against which The letter said that the ,
Plans were also to be out- our decisions are made"Dr. meeting was to consist of a
lined to representatives of the Hall said In a letter invitingthe "report to you who have
press, radio and television new officials "and discuss been so cooperative help
stations in the Miami area with you some of our and Instrumental In givin
our community the success
it has achieved in this seas -

Free Bus Tours to See Uve against area which; and you a backdrop can develop -

I and evaluate future

Christmas LightsThe btories."
Dade School system was
completely segregated eight
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and the other south, will al-
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Metro Transit years ago; but it was thefirst
thority will initiate nightly ternate nights through Dec. in Florida to put pupils i in -
free tours of Christmas dis- 30 including: Christmas Eve desegregated classes, and to r L'IrtZjI
plays in Greater Miami to- and Christmas night. integrate to some degree,
night at 7:30 p.m. with decorated Passengers, accommodated school facilities
buses departing from on a first-come basis, will
the Flagler and SE Third receive Information sheets White and Negro teacher ; Itw 'I
Avenue terminal. about the two-hour tour. are in 190 schools this yea{ ,
Two tours, one coveringthe Children must be accompanied including all of the junior
area I north of Flaglcr by parents. and senior high schools and J
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133 of the 153 elemental, a j
schools. All Negro teachers
and 92 per cent of the white ,( ''lI

Civil Rights leader. teachers are members <01 If '
l. school both races.facilities that include rXM't \ ;

Dr. Hall said 69.1 percent ; ,
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Anti- of white pupils and 41.6 percent
Protests of Negro pupils are attending -

integrated school. A iHy r ..b'h
The phasing out of foi '


Poverty CutbacksATLANTA year desegregated Negro will high Increase schools.schools the rate next or : ?1': 4Jv1 :


Ga. Rev. Rev. Abernathy, who rose Booker T. Washington, -
Dr. Ralph David Abernathy in to national prominence with Mays High Schools are to
a telegram to President Lyn- Dr. King in the Montgomery,, become junior high next
don B. Johnson today asked Ala., bus boycott of 1955-56, George Washing and
"to is SCLC vice president at year.
the Chief Executive consider
North Dade became Junior{
requesting an expansionof large and financial secretary-
Office of Economic Oppor- treasurer He and Rev.Andrew hi gh this year. mmmmmummmm1HB1BV Mritt VMMSMHHMHMBMBBBBi
Dr. Hall explained tha
funding instead of the Young executive director, "r
tunity cutbacks we read about in the currently are directing SCLC small high school cannot offer The children attending the Dorsey Child Opportunity Center, at 100 NW 17th St. !1"

press." programs in the absence of the range of courses nee were the guests of the Jordan Marsh toyland this week, and had the time of their I ,

Rev. Abernathy made this Dr. King, SCLC president, essary to provide an for adequate all; lives. Creyline buses brought,them from the center, operated by the Economic Opportunity i
education J
move in the wake of Senate who is on a two-month leaveto
testimony by Dr.Martin Luther write a book. pupils. Program, Inc., agencythat fights the war on poverty in Dade County, to the
King Jr. which emphasized the Rev. Abernathy praised Northwestern Senior High Biscoyne Boulevard Department Store. The pictures were taken by EOPI photographer "'
concern of the Southern President Johnson for his vill be the only Negro high Robert Poitier.
Christian Leadership Con- "efforts to bring the poor school in Dade after this {
ference about the grave situa- and needy into the mainstreamof 'ear. It has a present enrollment -
tion confronting the federal American life and to eradi- of 2,130 pupils. There Students Will be Ordered i
antipoverty program. cate the crippling deprivationswhich are three large Negro Junior White
The plea for a stronger over theyears hav e high schools in addition to II
and bigger program was,made, deepened the despair of those those where senior students:
the telegrams said, "with thee who dwell in the ghettoes of have been assigned to other to Attend Mays Junior HighThe
tragedy of last summer's social the North and the rural slumsof schools. All-Negro J junior

eruptions still fresh in the Southland." high schools have 5,774 pupils School Board was high. Its attendance from the City, Miami Edison, Miami
mind and with full knowledgethat The SCLC official pledged this year. asked Wednesday by Supt. area would be increased to Jackson, Miami High, Miami
these situations might full support of the organization There are both white and Joe Hall to integrate Mays bring about 1,200 junior high Killian, Miami Palmetto and
have been worse had it not to President Johnson's Negro secretaries in 23 Junior-Senior High School at school students to the school. South Dade high schools.
for the farsightednessof "crusade for true justice and The seniors will to Pal-
been schools, 11 per cent; custodians Goulds when it becomes a go
the antipoverty program in full equality through OEO of both races in 164 junior high next year. metto, Miami Killian and These changes aim at reducing -
its infancy." programs." schools, 78.8 per cent; and If the request is carriedout South Dade High Schools. overcrowding, increasing I .'
where it is low
afeteria workers of both it will be the first time Boundary changes are proposed integration ,
for a large number of white for Mi ami Norland,North and decreasing it where it is /
races in 66 schools 39.5 per students to be assigned to a Miami, Miami Central, Carol high,_ school officials said. I
Children' cent of the 167 schools that
f Poverty Area r previously all-Negro 'school.
have kitchens.At
It will also show that school
Lindsey Hopkins Educational Clearance Hoist Set Up
l integration can work both waysin
Center, school sys- Dade.Dr. .
Feted Christmas tan administrative headquarters Hall said that unless Make J'
of to Everybody'sChristmas
j the offices thesix there are unforeseen changesin
district superintendents, housing patterns around
\ Practically all of the children Group gave a party and gift!) there are 229 white and10 the school at Goulds, about HappierThe
living in Dude County's of clothing and toys at 9:30 Negro administrative andupervisory 55 per cent of the pupils will
will AM., December 19 at the cmployas; 178 be white and about 45 per cent
ft principal poverty areas Welfare Planning money by those desiring to
v be feted at special Christmas Academy of the Assumptionfor white and 30 Negro teachers; will The be Negro.board decided that the Council Dade County has assist. Toys, food and
52 children of the St 40 white and 19 Negro see-
? in Centers operated clothing are desperately
clearing
parties senior high grades of the set up a Christmas
c by the Economic Opportunity Francis EOPI I Child Op- ctarlal and clerical employ- school will be discontinuednext bureau to help donors provIde needed as we have more ask
Program Inc. agency portunity Center. es. September. a happier Christmas for families ing helpthan those volunteering -
that fights the war on pow A combined Christmas MIami-Dade Junior Col- The recommendation wasa the lonely and elderly aid. Any consideration
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erty and other facilities. Party for the 112 children ol ge has 13,838 white and part of Dr. Hall's report, who otherwise face a sad
4 The Miami Showman's EOPI's Manor Park and 20 Negro students orr its in which he proposed atten- holiday this year. The given the Christmas clearing
Association sponsored a Brownsville Child Opportu- forth campus 705 white dance school boundary bureau has a file of many house will be greatly appreciated -
Christmas 1'artyfor375chil- nity Center was held at 7:30 and 76 Negro employes; the changes throughout the county. families and individuals requesting Our address is 395
A.M., December 20 In the youth 3,603 white The board is to act on the
dren at 9:30A.M.,DecemberA Campus asslstan -orbelng NW First St., phone 377-
c 17 at their headquaeters on Brownsville NeighborhoodCenter and 270 Negro students and proposal .next month.has helped which 1 fcm end duplication 0606. Friscilla Hayden di-
at 2741 N.W. 49th b4 white and 14 Negro em-- This year, Mays 1,269pupils
1799 N.W. 28th btmt: 666 of them in junior of time effort and rector. -
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j Poor Slum FamiliesDaniel Schools Now 20 Per Centlie I

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Daniel P. Moynihan, former of the anti-poverty program, lly allowance of up to $9 charged that welfare Nearly 80 per cent of all gation ranges from 100 per'
''r.1 assistant secretary of labor suggested in Washington billion a year bemadebythe today is administered as if Negro students in Floridaare cent in IX-laware to 3.2 per
/ and one of the architects Tuesday that national fam- federal government to help calculated to dehumanize attending segregated cent in Mississippi
poor slum families. recipients and make them feel schools, the U.S. Office of Of the 280,000 Negro boys
Moynihan is now director unworthy. Education reports. and .girls in Florida schools
of the Joint Center for Ur- Moynihan pointed to Canada The total of 20.8 per cent this fallabout221,500arein;
ban Studies at the Massa- where theplanhas been in desegregated schools) this schools with no white pupils,
chusetts Institute of Technology effective since 1944, with al- fall is substantial increase according to \the USOE figures -
and Harvard Univer lances of up to $8 a month from last year's' figure of8.4 .-
A for each child. lie explainedthe per cent A scant 41,000 attend
l sity.He told a Senate subcommittee allowance would go to But it Is still below par for schools with a populationthat
.' that present programsare any family regardless of income the 17 southern and border is less than 95 per cent
t '11I "too much concerned but it would be tax- states, where more than 24 Negro, and 17,000 are in
: on doing things for the poor free families with marginal per cent of all Negro students schools with 95 to 99.9 per
i 'and not on giving them income. are in desegregated cent Negro populations.
:', money" to work out their Sen. 'Robert F. Kennedy, schools, the Office of Education Among the 'states classified -
Jill : ''/ :" own lives. father of nine children plus, says. as "southern" by the
a ," ..., .. ; r11, Moynihan coupled his asked Myonihan: "If you And it is less than the to- federal office, three Tennessee
.i' .' .I "family allowance" have 10 children, how much tal for nine states in the 17- Texas and Virginia
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and full employment I

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College of New York professor -
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Rosemary McLendon, 9000 SW 25th Terrace, is one way to reach ghetto poor.
j of the young singers appearing in the musical revue Clark argued that a guar-
} "The Best of Broadway" at the MerryGo-Round Play- anteed family incomeshouldbe
j\ house, December 27, 28 and 29. tied to"certain guaranteesof
j Rosemary is a student of Roy Oliver, of the Miami worth.self-respect" and self-
Conservatory, who is teaching musical comedy at the
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! Pons, choreographer, and Ivan Kivitt, drama coach. $5,000 a year, with the way 14q
1 "The Best of Broadway" will play December 27 welfare is administered to-
I and 29 at 7:30, and December 8 at 2:30. The Merry-Go- day, I doubt if it would affect
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lives with her mother at 1960 NW 51st Terrace and Miss Maycock lives with her

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in Dade County has been able to place a number of people with Eastern Airlines, ,
Miss Dobson and Miss Maycock are the first two stewardesses of their race placed
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FROM WHERE I SIT
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BY BILL Mc BRIDE

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H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Pobll!! h.r \ -
GARTH C. REEVES Managing Editor Booker T. Hayes \ \ dIJ \.: torrij

WILLIAM W. McBRIDE City Editor i r" .
Reminiscence is considered by many to be an attribute -
.STANLEY I. SWEETINGTheatrical. Editor, of
to ageing. It is true with age our collection
,M.mber of the Notional Nowipopor Publlthort Association memories becomes our fondest possessions for we seem &r( : Christmas

SUBSCRIPTION RATES to disregard the unpleasant events and pack our me- eo .'" ......... ,
ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX'MONTHS $3,00 FOREIGN $6.00 mory chest with incidents that will in later years en-
lighten our spirit. Since this is the general opinion, I'll Christmas is a time for counting blessing

Ent.rd/ as Second Class Mattor, August 9, 1927 at tha Post concede and say so be it, but Christmas generates a feel- for acknowledging, with gratitude, the loyalty of our
Office at Miami!, Florida, under the 'oct of March 8, 1876 ing of reminiscence for the young and old alike without friends, and expressing appreciation and good wishes
regard to the age factor. If the spirit that prevails at that the new year be happy and prosperous.It .
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Christmas could continue year round, the brotherhood oman f
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"w could really be realized. At no other time of the is always a pleasure, in this Joyful Season, t to
TKo NEGRO PRESS bcllovas that America eon but lead year is the feeling of forgiving, unity and friendship remember again all those with whom our associationhas
the world from racial qnd.national antagonism" when It accords displayed in such an outgoing manner. brought us such enjoyment. This writer holds himself .
to every man regardless of race, creed or color his It's amazing how the feeling of Christmas can extremely fortunate to have formed the friendshipsand
human and:! legal rights, Hating no man, fearing no man-thi change over the years with the original concept remain- associations which have resulted from my employ.
Negro Press' strives' to help every man In the firm belief that ing the same. During the course of a lifetime the spiritof ment with the Miami Times, both as city editor and as
all hurt long Is held bock.
men are as 01 anyone:
Christmas takes many forms; but the transformationwithin scribbler of this column.It .
the minds seems toequal any change the original
CHRISTMAS concept may take. This acceptance of the various is in appreciation of these 'friendships and
as-
changes is made possible because live in achristian sociations that we take real pleasure in extending
On Sunday, December 25, we celebrate the birth of oriented society based on Christian concepts. Through you and yours heartiest and most sincere wishes fora
our Lord andSaviour Christ. As usual much childhood the of consist of receiving ,
Jesus pre spirit Christmas Merry Christmas and a healthy:, happy and prosperois
paration has been made for of but the transformation fever
commemoration this great as takes place, this same New Year.
festival. for receiving is replaced with a genuine desire to give.
Carol services, thrilling music, scenes on televi The desire to give takes root early, and as the significance My freedom to use this column to express myself
sion and radio, Christmas plays at churches and of the day takes on new meaning this aspect on issues, people, places and things, the way I see
schools, are all a part of the occasion. becomes the dormant factor of the Christmas season. them from where I sit is one of my most treasured privi-
The City is appropriately decorated, and so are The spirit of brotherhood is never more abundant leges.
business places and homes. than during the Christmas season.The thought of Christmas -
Yes, Christians rightly rejoice at this season of is so revered in the minds of the masses throughout
the year and heartily sing: forcedto Mr. Richard V'eatherley, executive director of the
the world,conflicts such as the Viet Nam war are
"Glory to God in the EOPI of Dade County took issue with parts of our December -
highest, and on earth peace cease so the spirit of Christmas can prevail. This ,
16th column. We are proud to give Mr. Weather-
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goodwill to men. reverence of the birthdate of our Saviour by a majority
j; Yet the world is far from being at peace. Our coup- of the world's citizens offers proof Christianity in its ley the right to be heard.Mr. .
try is still engaged in war in Viet Nam where thousandsof various forms is the dorminantfactor in the lives of men.
lives have been* lost and the end of killing is not The spirit of Christmas is a world possession, prac Weatherley's letter follows in its entirety:

yet' in sight. ticed by societies whose philosophies are vastly dif-
God became man to win man for Himself. God could ferent from our own, yet the concept of this season of Mr. Bill McBride
have made man with an instinct to do His will; but He all seasons is basically unchanged.With The Miami Times
chose rather to give man the power to decide for him- these thoughts in mind, on behalf of myself 6740 NW 15th Avenue
self his attitude toward his Creator. The first law of and my ..family- would like to wish my many friends Miami, Florida
existence is that the creature love his Creator with allof and readers

his heart, and soul, and strength and mind. But God A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS ''Dear Mr. McBride:
is spirit; and man is hedged in by the limitations ofa

material body, and his scant conception of what a spiritis. AND A I would like to express appreciation for your column
So the Creator came to His creatures in the form 0 f NEWYEAR FILLED WITH THE SPIRIT OF CHRISTMAS stating your concern about the proposed cuts in the/
one of them to give them an idea of the kind of being local
anti-poverty program. As you know Congress in
He is. God is like Jesus. acting on the 1966 Office of Economic Opportunity Amen
'Ye Editor wishes! everyone a Merry Christmas,and a' ments sharply curtailed the funds for community action

Prosperous. New Year. "',' ", IfJ'S' TALK POLITICS programs. Additional cuts ,have 'been forced upon the

Office of Economic Opportunity since that time. Thus,

NOTEBOOK By NORMAN E..JONES the entire anti-poverty effort remains in serious jetpordy. -
Ye.. Editor made a visit to Nassau last week, lea I must, however, take Issue with your suggestion -
ving by Pan American Airline and that the possible curtailing of Project ENABLE,
on Tuesday returningon This column's open letter to Santa Claus asking for the
Friday. It was a most enjoyable visit. Greeting him following political presents.For WICS/ and the Small Business Development Center may
'were his brother, Cleveland, and wife, Andrea, who recently the people oflo'lorlda. the best four year administration represent a conspiracy to continue only those programs
returned from a 16-month visit in European coun- they have ever had under any previous governor. under EOPI operation. Actually the SBDC is an integral
tries. For the Legislature and all elected and appointive State part of EOPI, operated by EOPI through EOPI slofl.
On officers a microscope, that they may examine more closely authorized the from the
Wednesday, following dinner at the Reeves, Congress transfer of the SBDC
he made his usual call on other relatives and friends. every piece of legislation and every administrative duty performed Office of Economic Opportunity to the Small Business
to eliminate waste, graft and Inefficiency.For .
Visited the Nassau Guardian and Nassau Tribune, both the Republicans a candidate for every elective officeon Administration. The Office of Economic Opportunity
modernly equipped plants.Ye every level every election, to continue the trend of the has told us that they will not fund SBDC programs beyond
Editor was employed at The Guardian many two-party system In Florida. June 30th of next year.
years previous to 1919. It's no surprise that all his For more and more Negro candidates of both parties,
fellow-craftsmen at The Guardian had died or retired, more victories. In addition to WICS/ and ENABLE, EOPI subcontractsto
except one whom he found still going strong-Urban Some.Democratic elective officers in Pinellas County and other agencies the operation of the Following programs
Knowles who is foreman some Republican officers in HiHsborough County.
now at The Nassau Tribune
plant. The Mayor Bob High renewed courage and integrity to Project Head Start to the Dade County Board ol(
head up and develop a strong liberal wing of the Democratic Public i Instruction;
Was pleased to meet an old friend, Anthony Smith, party
Mobile Dental Clinic, Child Spacing, and Medical
now a retired teacher, and accepted an invitation to a For Negro political leaders statesmanship and political Component of Project Head Start and Child/ '
luncheon of the Kiwanis Club at the Sheraton British wisdom.
Colonial Hotel.Thursday For the Negroes less agitation for civil rights and more Opportunity to the Dade County Department
evening, was a guest of Senator Sir agitation for economic advancementMore orPublic Health

Etienne and Lady Dipuch at their annual Christmas and colleges.For economic. and vocational curricula in Negro chools Legal Services Program to the Economic Oppor

Carol Party, held at their Camperdown Estate. It was the late FSTA, astrong disciplined corps within FEA. tunity Legal Services Program, Inc. ( a separate -
largely attended and most enjoyable.The For Jake Gaither another undefeated National Championship and independent corporation)
chorus, a group of young people, deserve cre- team. Workshop Evaluation Program to the Jewish Vocational
dit for the rendition of Christmas Carols and hymns and For University of Florida, Florida State and Miami University Service.In .
also for the Christmas pageant. some top Negro Football players.
Following the program 'delicious supper was Some full delegates and alternates (Negro) on both Re- addition, EOPI has sub-contracted with the James
served.On publican and Democratic delegations to the National Con- E. Scott Community Association and with the St. Alban'S
Friday Ye Editor was again a guest of Sir ventions. Day Nursery the operation of day care centers.
Etienne and Lady Dupuch, this time at the Hillside For this column. another year of political insight and a
-Club. greater readership.The The Office of Economic Opportunity has indicated to

Ye Editor takes this method of thanking Etienne us that both WICS and Project ENABLE are what they
and Lady Dupuch, for kindnesses shown him during consider to be "low priority programs." It is quite Ps'
this. visit.. Bible that
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new 47 years old and has had 24 anti-poverty program
A beautiful and enjoyable sight on Tuesday even- years' experience in police work. He served for five sustain additional cuts beyond those mentioned in your
ing took place at the Public Square. In front of the years as chief of police at St. Petersburg, and as com- article. I would certainly agree with you that communitY)
statue of the late Queen Victoria was a creche beauti- missioner of the Pennsylvania State Police for three concern is indicated to halt what you term the "need-
fully decorated, and Bay Street was brilliantly lighted. less slaughter" of ,
years. He has also worked in Miami as a Special Agen antipoverty projects in Dade County
It presented a scene worthy of admiration.Sir as well as throughout
the
for the FBI in Washington and also at Albany, New York. nation.

Stafford Sands made appropriate remarks before POLICE CHIEF HEADLEY Signed:

turning' on the lights, and what a beautiful sight! The Police Chief Walter Headley now seems to be Richard V/eatherley
lights will be on each night until the New Year. the spot. The City Commission has asked City on Executive Director EOPI
Several ships were in the harbor, and crowds of Melvin Reese to take immediate action against Manager

tourists are there. Well done, Nassau, everybody seemsto for failure to suspend three policemen who allegedly Headley .
be happy. confessed they participated in a bribery plot. -

OUR NEW SHERIFF The City Commission has approved Mayor High's MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE
request for five policemen to work under his immediate MIAMI THEY
Dade County has a new Sheriff. His name, Wilson and exclusive direction and control. TIMES ARE TELLING YOU

Purdy. He took office on Monday. His salary is $25,080a The Mayor said at the end of the 90-day( trial period, APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU.

year. he will be ready to report to this commission and all THEY ARE COURTEOUS; DEPENDABLE.
A suit filed in the Circuit Court to block the apepoln"tment Miamians on the nature and extent of vice in the com PLEASE
PATRONIZE !
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 23, 1966 5

Little Marcia Vernetta McDaniels is home from
t Hialeah Hospital and improving steadily. Marcia is the
daughter of Helen D. Golden.

s Houseguesting with John and Carnestine Dillanf
7 are Samuel and Birda (Bert) Burl of New York City.
Bert..is Carnestine's sister.
Gwen welters and Ruby Mizell wereliostesses' for

When the fullness of time a shower honoring bride-to-be, Gina Jollivette on Sa- rtc
was come, God sent
forth His son. Gal. 4:4 turday.Mrs.
: Anna Ross of Mississippi is visiting her

The glory of Christmas returns each year to remindus daughter and son-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Juanita)
that God revealed Himself In Jesus Christ. As we" Johnson and three grandsons for the holidays.
commemorate His birth, let us be grateful that he has It was fun an? gaiety Tuesday Sight Dec. 13 at
brought us forgiveness. May His Spirit guide us through, Corpus Christie Parish Hall when all volunteers were
the coming year, giving strength for our taskspeace for feted with an appreciation party for a successful fall
our days and increasing in us true concern for others.In festival.
the gift of His Son, all our hopes are fulfilled. -- Centervilla Kindergarten presented its annual

Christmas program and pageant Friday night at Charle
From Knoxville, comes Philander Scott who will R. D. Elementary. A2/C Albert 0. Mathlt la
spend the holidays as guest of Mr. and Mrs.Isaac Blackof home on leave visiting his John Williams
Brownsville. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Washington of 1754 NW 56th St., mother, Mrs. Lula Mae Mc-
welcomed a long awaited addition to their family, Monese Dowell of 932 NW 70th St.,

Gwendolyn Hendly is visiting her mother, Mrs. Leann, born December 19th in Cedars of Lebanon. other relatives and friends. Heads Barbers
After
month
a s visit, he will
Clarice Hendly.Mrs. leave for
Norma Ambrose of Brooklyn is the houseguest of stationed at Vietnam.Lowry AFB He Colorado was Association

Carrie Bethel of 1557 NW 62nd Terrace has Beatrice Miller for the holidays.The and received basic training Organized for the primary
returned from a visit toNassau where she was the house Licensed Practical Nurses Organization will in San Antonio, Texas. purpose of putting an end to ,i;
guest of her J rother, William Gates, retiree, who livesin sponsor its annual Dance and Fashion Show Monday Airman. Ma this is a 1965 unlawful practices in barber-
Big Pond Subdivision evening, Dec. 26 at the Continental Club. The publicis graduate of Miami Northwestern ing and the promotion of a
invited to attend. Donation at door. senior High School. better relationship between
Here for their grandmother's (Mazie Johnson)funeralthe barbers and the community,
well wishes
Get and
prayers are offered for the the Barbers Association >
Johnson boys,Charles Jr.,Jimmie and Byron. Their following: Carl McDonald, Veterans; Louise Jackson, EOPI PRESIDENT Dade County has elected John I
parents, Charles and Sadie are happy to have Byron and South Florida State Hospital; Edward Brooks and GeorgeT. GETS AWARD OF Williams, popular owner of F
Charles at home for the holidays. Band Box Barber Shop as its
Cash Christian
; Margaret Jones, Mt. Sinai; Mrs. L. MERITThe '
A. Thompson (Mizie) and Snedrick Bridgewater, at president of the Economic president.Other officers elected
Earlington Heights teachers gave a kitchen showerat home; Jack McKenzie at Jackson. Opportunity Program, were: Ernest Alexander, secretary -
the home of Mr.and Mrs.J.Everette for Scieva Adams Inc., Alvin Cassel, received ; Robert Simpson, trea-
who is getting married Dec. 28, 1966. Wedding Anniversary Yesl I We say Happy Anniversary the Award of Merit for 1966 surer; and Willie Powell;
to Mr. and Mrs. George pressley (23); Mr. and from the Mi ami Beach Bar Association chapterman.
On Thursday,the Mia Chapter of the NationalAs- Mrs. Wallace Francis,Mr. and Mrs. Augustus Pinckney, this week for his are All invited Dade to join County forces barbers with
sociation of Negro Business and Professional women's and Mr. and Mrs. John Souter (25); Mr. and Mrs. Dewey devotion to the war on poverty this newly activated
Club, Inc. held a "toys for tots," meeting. They will Knight and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Edwards (26); Mr.& the in EOPI.Dade County, fought by For further information group.
donate their gifts to the Mars Hill Children's Home at Mrs. Astrid K. Mack, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Weaver and Cassel, prominent Miami contact John Williams at the
their Christmas party, Thursday, December 22. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Fletcher (27); and Mr. and Mrs. Beach lawyer and civic leader Band Box Barber Shop.
,
Thomas O. Johnson, (30).
,was singled out particularly -
Mr. D. A. Julius has returned home after attend- for his pioneer guidance HERE'S PROOF YOU'LL
ing Jamaica's Sunlight Beauty Academy's graduationlast Birthday Greetings to Mrs. Robbye English, Dec. which established a legal
week. 24 and Charlie Lattimer, Dec. 22. services program as part 0 f LIKE OUR PRINTING:
the poverty war in Dade County. -

Among our college students returning home for the Congratulations to the Neal Davis' (Willie H.) who Quality Job; Budget Price
holidays are Sharaveen Brocon, Dorothy Chaney, TerryB. are cuddling a pink bundle, Joy Jerusha. It's their third The program, unique in the
Parker, Janice Saunders, Thaddeus Pinckney, An- daughter. Willie is school marm at Allapattah Elemen- country, offers free legal aid No lob Too Large or Small
thony Williams, Juanita Johnson, Charlotte Powell, Patricia tary. to lem all those who can, by prob-

Smith, Cyrus Jollivette, Shelia McDuffie, Law it.and Its living president status is,Tobias qualifyfor Deadlines Met on Time

rence Crawford, Paula W Gilliam Black, Cassan- Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Justic, Sr. announce the Simon, noted civil rights! law-
dra T. Edmonds, Bobbie Jean Reaves, Shelia Hutcherson engagement of their daughter,Norma Jean, to HenryLee yer; its executive director Satisfaction Guaranteed
Calvin Howard. Robinson, son of Mr. Lonnie Robinson. The 1
Myrtle Hepburn, wedding Howard Dixon. and. our customers come back! I
will be held Dec. 25 at 3 p.m. The award was given to
The Epsilon Chapter of Samma Phi Delta's Christmas Cassel as the final 1966 Bar Miami Times ,
party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Juliuswas Deacon and Mrs. Charles E. Gibson and familyand luncheon in the Dilido Hotel.
'oh so-o-o enjoyable with Gwen Howard as hostess. the Rev.W. A.'Curry returned last week from Nas- Cassel has been president of
Mrs. O'Conner(CharlotteClark and Mrs. Oscar(Athalie) sau where they attended funeral services for the late the EOPI since its inception, -'01 ALL TOUT MINTIHC' NEEDS-

Range are advisors to the group. Roland Curry at Bethel Baptist Church Sunday,Dec. 11. some 23 months ago.
The deceased was a brother of Mrs. Gibson and the Rev --------------------
Bells December 18 for Berdie Curry.
Wedding rang on sue
GREETINGS OF THE SEASONTO

Wedding Bells rang on December 18 for Berdie Sue OUR PATRONS AND FRIENDS
Jackson and James G. Jordan of Miami at Mt. Sinai THOUGHT FOR CHRISTMASThis
Baptist Church. Christmas I would light a candle in some May the New Year bring you luck, success

forlorn child's eye, and Happiness
Staretha and James Minter are all smiles since Place a new star of friendshipIn
Mom (Mrs. pauline Smith) came down from New York for someone's lonely skies.
the holidays.Rev. I would put a sparkling wreath of joy .
Where it might melt a bitter heart;

W. C. Edcar spent a much needed week of Be steadfast in my prayer for pace
rest in Georgia visiting relatives and friends. For all the world, not just a part.
So in this season, love-beguiled,
Mrs.M. Athalie Range was hostess at aPreChristmas Would I gift the little Christ Child.

party for her employees on Saturday evening.
i
Elizabeth Searle Lamb

ORCHIDS TO: Allapattah Junior High's Choral May the Peace and Happiness of Christmas Be
group and Mrs. Melton (Berthenia) white, Designers and Yours Today and Everyday Throughout the Coming Year. I
Decorators Guild for a redesigned and refurnished recreation -
hall for the James E. Scott Community Center.
Decorators Lew Smith and Gus Jacobson and cochairmen MIAMI ALPHAS MEET + 'l st
of the scott Community Center project, with Bob t
Rubenstein, Frank pritchard and Frank Garrett, coordinating AT FRANCIS'HOME
the refurnished Hall from sketches createdby
Members of the local chapter It; sit' { .
Robert Bleemer and Jim Willis. Beta Beta Lambda, of '-
the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity
Annie Turner and Livvy Bowers, both of Miami met at the home of Brother
Northwestern Hilt and Samuel Matthews, a student at Daniel R. Francis on Saturday,
Booker T. Washington High who placed second, third in their regular monthly busi- zG
and fourth in the City of Miami Beautification Commit- ness meeting. President Sa-
Clark student at Miami muel Forde presided over the
tee's essay contest. Douglas a well-attended meeting and
Edison placed first in the contest. outlined many of the coming
events that make up the years
Here for her first visit is Evelyn S. Newbold of calendar of activities. 1
Nassau, who is guest of her sister and husband, the Among these were the Valentine -
Party for the wives
Barkhart Stubbs, Sr.
and sweethearts and the all
new Carnation Ball at the Bay-
A family' get-together in williston, Florida is front Park Auditorium.
Mattie D. Simpson's holiday plan. Among the Brothers pre-
sent were Jonathan Thurston, 'e ti b gs
Visiting with James and Nora Regan and son, Mi- James L. Gay, Samuel Oay,
chael at their 88th St. home is her aunt, Mrs. Felix Ga- Dr. Nathaniel Colston, Carll! To one and all
Williams, Oral Allen, Earl Al-
lindo of New York City. len, Edwin Demeritt, Lewis and thanks for '\
'Taylor, Willon Taylor, Chas.
.
Friends of Marion Dean are happy to know that In grab am, Andrew Davis, Dr.I. your patronage
she's at her desk at Douglas Elementary school afteran P. Davis, Warren Welters,
extended illness. E. W. F. Stirrup, Edward Mc- GO-GO RECORD
Cray, Samuel Forde, S. C. AND TOY SHOP476l'4
It's Valdosta, Ga. for Minnie B, White this Christ- Stmson, N. Patrick Range ,
Walter TannerDaniel R. Fran- NW 22 AVE.A .
mas as she visits her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony cis and Ronald Young.
Berrien. Hosts for the meeting radio will be given DENNIS SMITH
were Brothers Charles In- Dec. 24. I
away Hurry
For the very first time in its history, little old graham, Carl Williams, James Real Estate Investments
Simmons, LeRoy Perry and and enter free contest. I
Nassau is bedecked for the Christmas season. Shirley Ij
Rolle and mother,Mildred Rolle will get a chance to see Daniel Chinese dish Francis.was served A tasteful and Ij j 1295 NW 67th Street 691-5606

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By Gwendolyn Lavern Ross pots ,clcwntturd 2966 NW 47th St. 633-9995

,SCHOOL SCOOPSA talittigutsofpwfe i ti&madding AND

preview of gowns to be worn to the "Winter Formal" -
At the hostess had pictures made of Dugies Guest House
was presented on December 15, in an assembly Q. a party recently
guests. When I saw mine, I was embarrassed. I need tips
produced by the Girls' Council for all girls at Palmetto.Palmetto's .
about sitting comfortably and gracefully. 2941 NW 47th St. 634-3851
annual turnabout "The
Winter Formal, .
A. First, try to avoid those deep easy chairs in company.A
is set for December 28 at Miami Springs Villas from 8 straight-back chair with a firm seat will add to your poise
to 12 p.m. and grace. Sit in the middle of thechair with back straight, earth
There are no better rooms on than the
but relaxed. Be sure to keep he knees together. Instead of
The first dance in Miami Killian's history, the crossing the legs, try this: knees together to the left of the rooms you will find at DUGIE'S PARADISE.
chair and feet at the of the chair. Bring left footto
right your
Christmas Dance,was held on Thursday night, Dec. 22. The
believing. accommodationsyou'll
in lap, Seeing is
the back of your right foot.Hands may rest your
one on top of the other. receive, you will find only in thi s
Q. On several social occasions,I've watched the way mod '
brother.
SOCIAL NOTES els there sit down and stand up, Idrop like a ton of bricks.
Please tell me how a model sits down and stands up grace
and from
Scholars servicemen the
across nationare Jamaica !Dugie, Always a Friend.
returning home for the Christmas holidays. Rich- fully.
mond HEIGHTS say WELCOME HOME to the followingre. A. Approach the chair,turn so the back of your legs touch
sidents: the front of the chair. With feet in a parallel position, one
slightly in front of the other and wltha straight torso, bend
AIR FORCE Ponce
Jones. from the knees and gently lower your body into the chair.
ARMY Wesley Dallas, LeRoy Dozier. When rising, the feet should be parallel with the left foot
CLARK COLLEGE-Gloria Allen and Ollis Carson'slightly', in front of the right. Lean forward from the waist
FLORIDA A&M,UNIVERSITY Mona Bethel, Ge- with your back straight and push on your feet, lifting yourself
raldine Pjnnacle and'Josephine Holloway. up. Practice before a mirror until you can do this grace-
fully like a Key model.Q. .
FISK UNIVERSITY Cathy Williams Models who appear now in television commercials and
FLORIDA NORMAL Ronald Williams. in magazine advertisements always have unusual hair styles.
How do they do this? O
FLORIDA SOUTHERN Gwendolyn Gibson. i1S
A. Almost all key models not only wear chemical permanents -
FLORIDA STATE Wayne Fulton. but also they wear hair styles that compliment their
HOWARD UNIVERSITY Charles Anderson, Gin- facial contours. Proper hair styles and the cool-style chemi-
ger Givens. Isaac Hargrove and Carolyn Howard. cal permanent should be given by a well-trained beautician.
MOREHOUSE Michael Crawford. Especially after an Epic chemical l, which leaves body In the
hair, a model con visit almost any good beauty salon or
VIEW Gwendolyn Armstrong.
PRARIE
department store salon for a shampoo and set.
MEMORIAL INSTITUTEJudith Craw-
PALMER Q. One often reads about proper care of the face, hands
ford.PURDUE and other parts of the body except the feet. What are some
Alfred Hepburn. points to be remembered in caring for the feet?
ROLLINS William Johnson and LeWanzerLassiter A. Good foot care begins during the dally bath by rubbing 0
SAVANNAH STATE Edward Stinson. feet gently. A pumice stone should help remove dry skin.
SPELMAN Sharon Young After feet are dried, a powderorlotion should be applied to
TENNESSEE A&IArlie Armstrong,Wallace Bates, the feet. Toenails are cut straight across, not curved at the
sides. Stockings and shoes should be the correct size -
and Collins.
Kary Leatrice neither too loose nor too tight. Correct height of shoe heels
Stevens, La
WILBERFORCE Sylvia helps, too. It would be well to discard shoes that cause any
Jones and Brenda Randolph. discomfort. For tired feet during the day, sometimes a 1968
change of shoes will help. Check for signs of corns, cal Earl Edwards,
Anyone wishing to donate food, clothing, and toysto ;louses or other foot troubles which may become very pain- ,
Prop
the Cuban Refugee Center may do so by contacting ,ful. It is suggested you see your. loctor,if you already have We sincerely
appreciate
5-4863. 'foot difficulty.
Gwendolyn Ross at CE
your fine

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I Tan %pics MRS WITH CLUB HARRIET MEETS


MRS members were
ously entertained by
Harriet Hart in her
home on Saturday Dec.
In lieu of exchanging
day gifts this year the
bers have taken on the
Citizens of Jolivette I 1
I as their project.
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LINE-O-T YPE After the business .
Harriet introduced the
By Stanley "Sweets" bers to two educational
Sweeting in which each member
NOTES ON A NAPKIN part. Prizes wore given to
: Harrie Joyce Jacke hopes her
winners Welters
Owen
Merry Christmas and New Year greeting to Victor in.the in the first: game and
City brig wlllhelptoeasethepainof a 90-day sentence Chambers won in the
Win, place and show congratulations went to fillies Vera game.
Wyche, Clarice Littles and Maud Butler during the Church
of the Incarnation States Tea Handicap. Stakes:$2,500and As always Harriet
second win for First Lady Wyche... Mid-town landmarks a timely and tasty ;
disappearing fast Look for more ghost-town areas east of completely carrying out
Third Avenue in '67 Opa Locka's sepia boulevardsand 4 theme of Christmas. We
homes a sparkle of Yuletide spender. Milt Trenier joyed ourselves to
and duo stint received that no one wanted to be I
Mickey Lynn's hefty applause at the
Eden Roc's Harry's American Show RoomS sponsible for being the
I to leave; however as we
5 .
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THE LITTLE RED BOOK: (Sometimes a little blue) box of matches.
Southland Cleaners,garment center of the showfolk,changed
hands. Jackie Kennedy runfor the Senate in '68? ? ?
Dave Marks, public relations man, etc, etc., etc. spent a :
I coupla days in Christian hosp. Docs were treating bum
knee Ironically, the day after Dave shipped his wife, I
Mable and daughter off to visit mom and grandmom he !
was felled by his deuce of benders War on Poverty in "HE HAS NO ENEMIES BUT HIS FRIENDS
Harlem by VISTA co-stars a Miami lass Judy Lewis of
HATE HIM/0
Coral Gables Fort Liquordale. Cute, eh 77 Frances

Henderson, credit manager of Liberty City's EOPI, surrounded body's racket, but who wants to put you hep that it was
by three male teenagers, while giving them volleys Clarence Jones of Nassau, whospentlastweekendhere with
of Information and instruction. .. Former deputy'constable- Cleoria Webb hostess and his
as daughter Ella, followedhim l
Charles J. Flowers now a bail bondsman, licensed by A here for a few days at the same Opa Locka address
and A Bondsman Agency Dade Co. security guard during the week. !
Ernest Stirrup and his sqaw Bonnie (she's head teacher at
JESCA's Day Care Center) are threatened with a double
holiday gift this weekend. Their beautiful daughter Debbie ? ,,,ax 5 y.a eL. !
I celebrates her 9th birthday Dec 24. Merry Christmas and
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SALT WATER TAFFY: Paula Sawyer, whose5-bedroom : best wishes,.1966.. I
home will be ready for occupancy by mid-January, over I It
from Nassau on her annual Xmas shbpplngtour. Evenif I t
you don't go inside for services, you must go by Church I FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE
of the Open Door. and lay your peepers on' its Christmas t
grounds display of Christ in the Manger. Marion McDowell 1-WE WILL BE OPEN

daughter of the James Harris' of West Hollywood i ALL DAY CHRISTMAS II
and a senior at Holy Rosary Institute, Lafayette, La., is a I |jmJOHNSON 1 Aldt. I
k contestant for the 'queen' of a Homecoming Project ... I
k Ruby (Candy) Williams' ma is a barmaid atthe 54th Street I
Lounge. Young and pretty just like her baby. Yes, mama, e4
you and your baby can sit on my lap anytime N. A i
(Killer Diller) Miller displaying his loyalty as he treks the of Miami
Second Avenue strip in a pull-over 'Nassau Bahamas' ,: .
sweatshirt. aYA&. .vim.roSr *.a' BLANCHE ;
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THE WEEK'S WASH: Look for the Johnny Davis Print- I
I ery to move into the 54th St area too soon, now. The print 1186 NW 38th St. WMBM AND
! shop is relocating due to the Urban Renewal 'overtown' I
cleanup. .. I dunno,but it's in the wind that after a picture 635-4748 I BROWN REALTY
story and writeup about the Jewish Vocational Service in
these pages anent federal funds for another, it seems that .
JVS is just about assured of further government backing.
It's a non-profit re-training organization. Bert (People-
Places-Things) Cooper did the publicity gizmo. The Nile: For me, the most challengingthing
Restaurant at 42nd Street and Seventh Avenue is an Islam
eatery Albert (Felix) Rahming on twin crutches in skiing is meeting
Granville (Iron) Roker, long-time Second Avenue figure,
thought to be dead four weeks ago, very much alive and tough obstacles at -U ;
feeling fit as fiddle. Juliette Pearman showing off her -

new-born son to the crowd.* top speed and

NAMES IN THE NEWS Louisville Defendereditor-pub- beating them." Y
lisher Dr. Frank L. Stanley, Sr., president of the National ::
Publishers Association, recently presented R-C Cola's PR
man Chuck Smith with citation for 'distinguished public relations I ;
wAt
the end
of the
and Market counselling. Brownsville's EOPI di- runthere's
rector Judge Johnnie Johnson a mid-town visitor to see his
brother Kenneth, the MD. Helen C. Smith, former Mi- one gin I enjoy
amian and now a postal employee in Denver,Colo., shouldbe Gordon's
back to her duties after serious accident which laid her London Dry.
up with a broken leg and arm. Her hubby Smitty also sus- It's
tained injuries Don't look now, but when Fr. Dear of always crisp. Dry.Ajumpaheadofany
Church of the Incarnation gets another priest sometime in
early '67 to assist him, tell 'em you first read about it here.
Former City of Miami vice squad detective on narcotics "
I tried.
Roosevelt (Cochise) Tremble feasting on breakfast at gin ever
Georgia Cafe.
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STUFF AND SUCH: The Allan Margolis' of radio sta- Kert Samples. International.Certified
tions WMBM and WGOS are inviting friends to their Christ- Ski Instructor and winner of Gold Medal ;
mas Party tonight (Fri., Dec 23) at nine o'clock. The in- awards for slalom and down hill races
door, out-door affair will be held at their Keystone Island, Samples has taught skiing at Hunter
North Miami estate Rufus Bethel, Sr. never leaves his Mountain. New York and Savoie France.
stogie at home. Neither does big Elk man Zeke Brady.
They keep 'em burning perpetually. .Martin Conliff, head -
of the musical trio that bears his name, in from Nassau and I
his calypso chores at Fort Montague Hotel on Nassau'sEast
and for a one day visit. Ditto Joan Bullard over /
to do her Xmas shopping, but not before she calls on her
former boss at North's Travel Bureau. City of Miami .
Police Credit Union shifted from its upstairs cubby hole to ,j '
a first floor landing for more space. Only catch in the
change is the absence of windows, a former delicacy on the

upper floor.SWEETS. T
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TREATS: Rudolph Bradley, grand master of
the Most Worshipful Union Grand l.odgeoCFlorlda, Prince r..-
Hall Affiliation, was guestspeaker at the Pride of Hollywood ; $ i
Masonic Lodge No. 601 Hall at eight pee emm last Saturday -
Mrs. Mary Jenkins will soon have that annoying .. ,. ,;..
cast removed from her left leg. She fell and fractured her w ., .< 'r
ankle at home recently. With the fase out of Booker T.
Washington, Carver and Mays, former all-Negro high
schools, Miami Northwestern, the lone senior high remainIng .
will have a new schedule for the '66-67 school year: v .
The Dade-Monroe County Conference includes Central, Goii n',Cm. ;;ared' in
Carol City, Hialeah, Killlan;.North JMiaml, Curley, Key '. "', the biggest seller m ngfan West and Miami Jackson. That's It, folks, from your PRODUCT Or V.S A.100%NIUTRAl SPIRITS OIITILUB MOM CHAIN M''' /
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Racial Practices Of Nursing

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r reH : a i 9,t Homes Studied By NAACP


of Title nacres to the
Association'
to the provisions
Jed
The National Associationfor VI of the Civil Rights Act of more than 1,6001oca1 units
of Colored
the Advancement 1964 beginning Jan. 1. Un- In 50 states seeking informa.
People is conducting a der this title Federal funds tion on practices of nursing
nationwide survey of racial homes within their
be withheld from facilities respective!
practices of nursing homes may which exclude,segregate areas. The branches, youth
serving Medicare patients. discriminate councils and college ch
otherwise aplers
These homes will be sub- or against persons because of have been asked to appoint

...........r.-. their race, religion or na- a special committee to con-
duct the
survey
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Real Christmas ('heerRICHMOND
Sunday Nov'27, the EAL inghcr education after gradua cause. During this Yuletide
Social and Civic Club selected tion. Season, we want to wish youa And the happiest kind of ,
its 16th Queen for the year Runner-up was Miss Ernes- Merry Christmas and a ,
of 1966, Miss Coty Martin, a tine Headings who resides in Happy New Year.
member of New providence Brownsville. She attends Thomas O. Wright, presi- : A bright New Year
Baptist Church, Rev. C. J. Miami-Dade Junior College dent; Alex Gaines, vice; Al-
Burney, pastor. She is alsoa i I and is" part-time salesgirlat berta Franklin, recording secretary -
member of the ushers'boardof Richard's Department Star ; William Lynch, trea-
the church. to further her education. She surer; Willie O. Franklin, financial -
Miss Martin raised the is a member of Antioch Missionary secretary; Lessie
highest amount, $329.65, during Baptist Church of Lynch, chaplainMary Gaines
our Orange Blossom Clas. Brownsville, and a graduate member. This Holy
sic project in which we participated > of Northwestern senior High Season HEIGHTS DRUGSIn
with a, float in the
School. Her parents are own-
FAMU 34th annual parade. ers of Jackson'sQrocery, located the Edwards Professional Center

Miss Laura Leonard, our in the Liberty City area. HOSKINS HOUSE 14638 Lincoln Boulevard CE 5-3551
second prize winner, is th* Tie winner of the $50 U.S. and
daughter of Mrs. Lula Mae Savings Bond was Alfred Olivia Edwards, Reg." Pharmacist
Leonard, who was a queen at Dingle who lives in Coconut BASS MAN'S
the bollt
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sophomore at Miami Jackson a have contributed to the days b. lilted BARBER SHOPMr.&Mrs.JohnHoskins ......-MAR.'Ri .
Senior High school, a memberof Dade County Children's Horns: .:: with }Joy andhappiiMMlor
the Antioch Missionary Cottage No. 16, the Carver '
Baptist Church, Rev. P. W. YMCA, a distressed family you end your OwnersTO Wn'NVi IteOesaRtt+RIIMNt >dA M 1npr.plY.rllt.
Wiggins, pastor. She residesat and a variety of other organi amity. ......................

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MERRY CHRISTMAS! At this time of the year, that "
is always a good way to start a column. So from Mayme, t ,
Dave, Jr., Helen, Tami, Daphne, Diedre, and Dama { 't. ', -
(he's the Boxer dog) that takes care of all the Bon- l' '1 : :
dus a very Merry Christmas to you, everyone! 'S I'.q
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I was wondering if any of you readers of this co- <,
lumn realize how ,- f t'lif
many people are having a tough time a
. "scuffling." and trying to make ends meet? Just
this week. I met at least three families who were faced,
I with eviction notices, and three times these families received "
help from the neighborhood EOPI Community '
II centers. I really never can say too much about the workof
these neighborhood workers, and even though I am :Ht
I not on the public relations staff, I feel that you should''
know the good work and help they are giving these des- .,, + ,,p.
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IVIARKtk
titute families. I am not speaking of any one particular :
EOPI center, but all of the centers. We were most happy
to learn that one of the most successful stories of a family t "
being helped was filmed here and put on nation E7jHALFQ; UARS"cYS ..
wide TV to show that Dade County has one of the best
EOPI program in the U.S.A. There are so many wonderful -
agencies and people who are doing everything pos-
sible to help, yet there are some people who feel that
the EOPI is not moving fast enough. These are the : /i
people who are the first ones to tell their friends that /
try to borrow from them, "I don't have anything for my-

self, why don't you go to the EOPI, they can help you.

I am proud to know these folk who have helped the helpless .,
and encourage others to better their conditions, j pS 4a ,
with pride in self, as the main guideline. Right here I
would like to give some credit to the folk at the County ; .' aw, + tS
Welfare Department, especially Mrs. Cowan; then thereis after ui.e after ( QJe :
the everlasting Salvation Army that does a tremen- ,
dous job of helping people; (this may be hard to believe,
but those people who run the various rental agencies do /:/ : .. \ : .. ...,,:,.".
their part to help too. Can you imagine how far advance (,{ I ,.'.! )'A\ \" .. ]S 'S ;... ., '
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would be if the had ,1. ;Trr'j 1
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20 years ago? This will give you an insight as far as : :
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the better life for our children 20 years from now. Stop j : \ I
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PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Millicent Wilson Ir 1 I':
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PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Cal Roberts II: .mUa.3.\ ] i ,f I \\l' \."S4ERI7IMI, 1, :,

GOLFER,OF THE WEEK: Joseph Anderson "
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DOCTOR WEEK: D. SimpsonThe 1 H ,
*; : .f., fW \"tMr I f ."V1f'ti. :tf,;I {, f .,,"JI
sign reads "Wilson & Wright Copr.", and the ? I ( t 1 .. ;- f \ I' R I
business is Willie Wilson and Robert Wright. 1 t t J I
operated by 1) I ,
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These two gentlemen took a look at our city and decided : ,.,' .r I t) I I i 'II ,
thar streets" ; 1 r
that there was "gold in them money I '
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just lying around, so they made arrangements to get a : .W J ". "" '"
truck and a crane, and began going into our areas pick- \ i '\ .
ing up those junk cars from our streets and around our ,
apartment building. The boys do not have a phone yet, \____- :Crv.'Lrf. (
but I'm sure they will be glad to answer your request of J .

making these eyesores from your area Drop them a card ': 1 r! :
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to Wilson & Wright Corp., 2973 NW 73rd Street, or go by. : r .'r. f ,."
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Enos Newbold. I did not know him well, but I knew Il i :: ,. \
him as you know people of a community. He was taggedas I \. '; J
the brother of an admitted narcotic peddler, a shop- i ".: / .;
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lifting artist, a hoodlum, a bully and was accused of ..:,t.'......, '.J.'. !,<.
White Slavery two years ago. I did not know him as any ) '
of these things, because it was a "passing acquain- .J}, I Iter

tance." Whenever we saw each other, it was "Good {;j
evening Mr. Bondu" or "Good night, Mr. Bondu".Thenwe ..,'"'" ,
heard through thenewspapersthat he had "pulled

the chain" on some very important people, as wellas
some so-called underworld persons, and because of his -' i ir
talking, somebody was to do something about him. He ; t 1
was sitting in the lobby of the Wilthom Hotel in New I '
York, recently, reading a newspaper and waiting for a ("
friend. His assassin approached and fired three shots, ,. .'.:"
two of them going through the paper, and striking him <, "' .
in the face. Newbold lived at 4029 NW 15th Ave, whenin
Miami.
QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: The musicians in
our big' 17-piece band will be off for three weeks for
the holidays, and will return tothe Bonded Rental Agency -
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on NW 7th Ave. on January 19th. Thanks to Charlie (
Lockhart for securingthe use of the hall for us The .l '.." ""'
Vashionettes appearing at the Knight Beat and doing a 1

beautiful job of dancing. They left for Nassau to appearat liPit> I
the Cat & Fiddle for five weeks. "Peanuts"Taylor I
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owner of the drumbeat club in Nassau, was over : .,
this weekend with Cyril Roberts and Cyril Malcolm. \ :v

They recorded Cyril for Peanut's Tropicana Label '
My Place is still swinging, nightly with Jeff Addams, "c;{.<)1 1 I.
Carol Joyce, Jack Prince, The Dino DeRose Trio I'f" .
The Miami Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority .' -(I ,.,
is having it's annual Christmas Benefit Dance on < } I.
Thursday, Dec. 29at Bayfront Auditorium. Reservationsare #':.'''' I I ';.Jr.iI\ ...,
$2.00 per person and the dance is from 10-2. Call! ( \. : ; '

North's Travel Bureau for your reservations and help I. .1 ..... .
this worthy cause. Don't forget about the blood donations ',j, ; ," '
during the Xmas season. I .: / ; J
Hospital : .
for Christian ' You may call there to offer blood that pay save your \\,::" ... ',' .f r. ... ,
life, or someone close to you. We never know! :;I'r.'' ') :" ,
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Till next week. Have happy and careful Xmas ..0"aD UNDall TNa AUT1401lITY 01'TNt COCA.COLA COMPANY .! COCA.COLA NOYTLINS COMPANY OMIAMI.. .
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LOCAL ZETAS AND AMICAE LEAVING TO ATTEND Polite, Dorothy Ad side, Rosa Lee Fortson, president; M 9l+Rtlreiipreelari ..............
P. Lee Alva Price Rachel Coleman and ?ta' ??? ?? iiti: '
I SOUTHEASTERN CONFERENCE From leftto Dorothy ,
right: Mmes. Pauline Willis, Martha Shapre/ Naomi Gladys Smith. I
Johnson, May Dell Braynon, Vernay Jones, Ruth North 1 :


. Zetas Hold Southeastern Regional ConferenceThe ar

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annual Southeastern, tare Services. The ZETA AMICAE secutive t1 me"The First
Regional Conference of Zeta MIAMI ZETASOUT- group garnered a first prize, Prize" for assimalating the Ir 11r
Phi Beta International Sorority STANDING. Heading the five blue ribbons and one best pictoral account of chapter -
,, Incorporated was delegation from Miami, was red ribbon. This delegation and community activities
held recently at the Dempsey Mrs. Rosa Lee Fortson, was headed by Mrs. May for 1966, was Delta Eta Zeta
Motor Hotel in the downtown President of Beta Tau Zeta Dell Braynon, a regional of Chapter of Ft. Lauderdale.The ,.
section of Macon, Geor Chapter. She was awardedthe ficer. Mrs. Dorothy Baker is 1967 regional con- : LIe0tings
gia. Hosting the more than "LUCILLE G. COLE- the local president ference will be held in Day-
200 official delegates and MAN TROPHY" for head Winning for a second con tona Beach Florida. /
visiting members was Epsi- ing the largest delegation In -
lon Tau Zeta Chapter of the region. Shewas applauded -
which Miss Katie Shakes for efforts in chartering a /
peare Is president. Trallways Bus which enabled
"SEPTIC TANK TROUBLE
All programs were many members to at ,
centered around the na- tend. Delta Eta Zeta Chapter' ">
tional theme: "THE CHAL- of Ft Lauderdale and Delta When your septic tank drain begin to give you
LENGE MOBILIZINGTASK Epsilon Zeta Chapter of
trouble, don't fuss' or curse, call us. Chapman or
FORCES FOR ACTION West Palm Beach were com-
IN COMMUNITYDEVELOPMENT mended for assisting in this Washington NW section Call HE 5-9089 Q
PRO- ventura
GRAMS." Highlighting the Others receiving plauditsfor
24 HOUR SERVICE
conference were stirring and serving in leadership capacities TROY'S BAR.B-Q To one and all
factual addresses made by were Mmes. VER 6917 NW 15th AvenueSarah and thanks for
Mrs. Mildred C. Bradham, NAY JONES, DOROTHYP. Graham
International Grand President LEE, ALVA PRICE, Debris Class your patronage .
; Mrs. Annie Hanberry LAURA SAUNDERS, SEWING MACHINE"REPAIR Floreatha LoweryMrs. SAMPSON'S MARKET
Regiona Director; and GLADYS SMITH, MARY Alma
Mrs. Ruth North Polite, National WILLIAMS, PAULINE SPECIAL" Quilla Troy 1466 NW 62nd Street
Representative WILLIS and DOROTHY Cleaned Oiled

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many favors and kindnesses during the past.A Thanks for Your Patronage

very Merry Christmas to you!

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Thanks for your Mrs. Rachel Coleman, First Vice President SPIC & SPAN MARKET
Arthur Coleman, Second Vice President
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patronage. Lonnie Coleman 4801 NW
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4r 1966TRACY'S
John Arnold, Treasurer
GROCERY MORRIS GROCERY Conditioned & Heated"Pot"
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I People Who Get Tips Get More Social SecurityPersons MERIT FIFTH GRADER AWARD WINS Robins 1


who getasubstantlal receives Mr. Blonston ex- not on the money earned us Stanley Holland, 10, Uniform \
of James
part their income in Dialled, the employee must tips. -
a fifth grader at Bunche Park
the form of tips may now expect give a written report to his Elementary School and a top
to receive higher social employer within 10 days Since social security benefits pupil, has received a merit CentersChurch
security monthly benefits after the end of each month. are based on the worker's award from the Dairy Councilof
when they retire, according This report should show the earnings under social secur- South Florida. Uniforms

to Edward Blonston,man tips he received during the ity, higher reported earningsmean Choir Robes
ager of the Miami North Social previous month. higher benefits to the The son of Mr. and Mrs.
Willie Councle Holland, 15835 Church Furniture
Security District Office. The employer deducts the wage earner and his family,
NW 20th Avenue, Opa-locka,
tax on these tips from any upon retirement or disability is in his
As a resultof 1965 amend- James a top pupil
wages or funds that be ; or to his survivors, if the
ments to the social security may class in scholarship, citizen-. Altar Sets Sunday School Furnishings
cash due to the worker. If tin worker dies. ship, behavior and. cooperation
law tips received by amount of wages due him is 5 STORES TO SERVE YOU
employees can count toward
social security benefits if the not enough to cover the tax He was a runnerup in the 16 W. Flagler St. 5900 Sunset Drive

tips amount to at least $20a the worker pays the difference MT. ZION CHOIRS TO United Fund's "Why Good Louderhill Shopping Center Ft. Loudtrdolt.
to the employer .
so Give"contest sponsored
Guys
month with
one employer. that the employer can send GIVE "THE MESSIAH"The by Popeye Playhouse.In 1735 NW 10th Ave. Dadtlond Shopping Center
the payment in to the Internal -
Under the law as it stood Revenue Service. Otherwise combined choirs of addition to being a SEE OUR COMPLETE DISPLAYOF
before, only the wages ol member of Cub Scouts, James
the employee will have
Zion
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Baptist will
sing CHURCH FURNITURE AT:
these employees credited also belongs to Bunche Park'sEagles
were to the
tax the the
to
pay directly Christmas portion of Handel's -
their social drill team. 5300 SUNSET DRIVE
to
security
District Director of Internal' Messiah at the 11 a.m.
record. Now since January Chirstmas South Miami
Revenue himself. morning service.
The Council has
1, 1966, all of their income Dairy a
job Several outstanding soloists continuing program to honor OR CALL OUR REPRESENTATIVE
both tips and wages, The employer Is requiredto will I perform. meritorious young people in
can be credited to their so- pay the usual employer's Dade County. Nominationscan 666-8501 l
cial security records.To portion of the tax on wages,'minister The Rev.Linton Edward Graham, be sent to Agnes Edwardsat
account for the tips b' he pays the employees, but of music.; Berrienminister P. O. Box 615, Miami.


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North Dade Junior High Schoolis Mr. J. D. Mack, vice pre- ership of Mr. Bill Wynn of th
now being felt in the immediate sident of Lincoln National United Fund Agency covered!
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arouse more dormant citizensto ing, small business organizations.loans, Civic Club and Mr. Jame.!

civic action. and service Opportunities Whitehead of the Urban Rend

The Workshop held in wing "Employment Job Training" wal.Their discussion,a rathe
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whose chairman was
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I*'. Joseph Nesbitt of the sisted by Mr. Samuel Mon-
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I O'NEAL HELMLY'S Availability of Community lively discussion evoking the discussion of Group 1\1
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: .i 1orry Chrisfffla I I, daughter at 6710 W 24th St., got the best Christmasi DANIELS

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;{J, t poverty, program which took up her cause once more. 6820 NW 15th Avenue

I, ,' ,. t' Daisy, turned down in her pleas thrice, will get full.-
t $75.00 disability payments monthly-beginning Dec. 27.
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/+ ,," ,Really "Happy Holidays"- to'. II' :;y!. 1; :. ,'} form of disabily'payments;; but in vain.

:.; \ 'I wonderful 'customers a fl :,. : "t.: I Then, along came the Economic Opportunity Program -
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and please accept -our' great. :?;'*$;\ ? .'.'. 'r( process, established a Neighborhood Center in Mrs.

,.J '. big,THANKS! ,' :<:'; :" Williams' vicinity at Brownsville. Daisy talked over her r*. <

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., thoughts turn to the true meaning of this happy To one and all
; MR. J. H. O'NEAL MRS. J. ROBINSONMRS. tIme. j
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J. H. O'NEAL MR. LUIS GOMEZMR. During the course of the year and in the friends during
rush nf events, we tend to overlook the
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MR. HARL DOSTER ROBERT SCAVELLA FriendshIps that are the real basis of all business this happy seasonAL'S

relationships.And .

so it is that ew would like to set aside
MR. TOMMY COLLINSMR. the routine of business and
express our sincere TAILORING
hope that your Holiday Season will be Joyous and
SAMUEL MELTON Happy and that the New Year will bring Good Cleaning and Laundry!

g MR. JOHN L. JOHNSON Health and Prosperity to You and Yours. j j 5410 NW 12th Avenue]

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Young, Jr., (second from right) executive director of the National Urban League ota
recent Equal Opportunity Day dinner held at Newark's Essex House.
The award was given by the League to P. Ballantine & Sons brewery for "1966
excellence in providing equal job opportunity."
Also present at the presentation (left to right) are James Powley, executive
," director of the Essex County Urban League (the host organization), Andrew Hatcher,
Ballantine Market Promotions Manager and former associate press secretory for
John F. Kennedy, and AI Miller (right), Compensation and Benefits manager


Pepper Gets "Man Of Year

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1S. : Award From Atianza

Tribute verbal, written "Your valor and your vision and for all lime, not for his
and engraved -was paid to have helped to build the wealth, not for his Influence
Congressman Claude Pepper bridges of solidarity that not for his position but for
last Wednesday night at the unite the peoples of the Am- the measure of his service to
annual Allanza Interamer- ericans," the President's tele- others, his labor in thecauseof
V R.S Y lean "Man of the Year" gram said."And you roc' ample humanity," .Judge Bala-
banquet. lends inspiration to all banded. are

More than GOOMiamlans .'- --,...,..".'...,..-,. -- 'With* such a measuringstick
attended the dinner at the
must observe that
Dupont Plaza Hotel honor- we
our of honor, ('I de-
ring Pepper for his efforts In guesi
,. Pepper, through service to
: obtaining federal support for .nClaude
.. ; others, has attained such
:;::.,:; Inter am a.Verbal.
stature In his and our lives
.. tribute was made
that he will be forever acclaimed
by Crcuit Judge Henry Baldban -
.. dedicated
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who called 66-year-
leader. ." he said.
/ old
I politican a dedicated
:>' 'leader'and statesman. Pepper, Judge Halaban ..
r Written praise came via fold the gathering, has been y
: telegrams from President k a symbol of causes "that arc
G/oi:y)' to the Holy) i//gbt Lyndon Johnson, Vice President significant and importnatto
Hubert Humphrey, See- of
the community, a symbol
when the diige/s sang; retary of State Dean Husk causes_ that are Important to
r and others. "

glory:) to this Hole) till))'. you."lIe has identified himself

with matters tht are mean
EAST COAST TAILORS ingful to the people with no
Pepper though of advancing him
Headquarters for the who seek to fulfill thepromise self," the judge continued.
Well Dressed Man of prosperity and progress "And some of the causes
.- in this hemlspherc,1tFinally have not been popular ones.
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; SERVICE the form of an engraved manship.ItCongressman
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EAST COAST for his ". .enlightened
Pepper also were presentedwith
717 NW 62 ST. statesmanship anddedicated the
'" a television bet from
service to the cause of inter- .
PL 8-3901 American good will and Alianza, a Miami based organkdtion
A cuff will I!le you wait brotherhood. ." which promotes the
better relations between
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U.S. and Latin America

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THE MIAMI. TRIES, Frldor" December 23,1966POSNER ,

4 Bookmobiles Begin Jan. 7


Dade Metro has contracted with six-day cycle. None of tt>
Metropolitan County'sfour the City of Miami Library units will operate on Sunday:
Bookmobiles will begin of week periods i
to stock and staff the Days
1r Jan. 7, bringing library System
operation traveling libraries. time, and locations for son
r 7u service who to previously some 450,000 had The two vans and two of the Bookmobile visits an
persons Tuesday Brownsville
tractor-trailers will begin a
no easy access to books, schedule which includes 41 YWCA, 5100 NW 21st Ave. .
: County Manager Porter W. stops at 35 locations during a 3, p.m. Brownsville Park,N
announced.
Homer 50th St. and 31st Ave. 3:3:
4:15: p.m. Bunche Park Rt
creation Center,NW 22nd Ave
iUt nY North Dad Poets Strike and 156th St. 4:45-5:45 PJI
FridayRichmondHeight
Pool,Harrison and Boaas Dr
A N Across Tto Cimpns 2-4:30 p.m.LIBRARY.


_ L Leadership plus character year's awards are:
plus scholarship in one 0 r English and Literature TO CLOSE
Ester Mobley, 9-2; Gus Hol-
equal
more category one nominee
for the Poet Award. ley, 9-2 and Deborah Higdon, FOR CHRISTMASThe
I 9-6. City of Miami Publ
; The Poet Award which Foreign Language Elmira Library will be closed c
had its beginning this year Reed, 9-6; Elaine Allen, 92. Saturday, December 24, $u.
I_ has eligibility only for 9th Mathematics Esther day, December 25 and Monda:
grade students. This award Mobley, 9-2; Cheryl McLeod, Dec. 26 in celebration <
originated to name the stu- 9-6. Christmas. It will also t
dents who aren't necessarily"A" Science Cheryl McLeod, closed Saturday, Decembi
students but students 9-6; Samuel Rains, 9-8; John 31, Sunday, January 1, an
'L .,- -.-C'_. who excel in certain cate- Williams. Monday, January 2.' This al;
gories. Social Science Robert plies to the Main Library an
DISTRIBUTES CHRISTMAS JOYS TO BIRLS AND BOYS The categories chosen for Sweating, 9-6; Sylvia Porter, branches and the libraries c
these awards are English and 9-9; Evelyn Hicks, 9-6. the Metropolitan Dade Count
For the fifth consecutive year, The Posner Company, manufacturers of hair and literature, foreign language, Business Education Public Library System operated
beauty preparations, has brought joy to the boys and girls in hospitals at Christmastime. mathematics, social science, Janis Manor, 9-2; Yolanda by the City of Miami Put
Gifts of dolls/ and other toys have been given to all/ of the youngsters in the arts, industrial arts, journalism Hardy, 9-6;. Paul Roberts lie Library.
music and dra
speech -
Harlem Hospital and the Sydenham Hospital in New York City and other gifts have ,ma, citizenship and general 9t7 Homemaking and Roslyn-Smith Leuvonia, 9-9 of Miami After the Public holidays the Cit wi:
Library
been sent to children/ in various Youth Rehabilitation Centers throughout country. scholarship.The Butler, 9-4;Joyce Johnson, 9- be open as'usual.NOW .
Shown in the photo above are two executives of The Posner Company, Victoria nominees for this 2.
Coney (1)) and Belle Patterson (r) as they distributed gifts to the children at New '
York's Harlem Hospital.
FINEST
11 YEARS OF RESPONSIBLY
BUILDING SERVICE TO OPENPRINCE'S
PRINTING THE COMMUNITY
t fc# tt cvteUatfy towtfaC toMUHAMMAD'S tilted
Wit BUYING or BUILDING
MOSQUE No. 29 SERVICE CALL STANLEYPL


s Hear the life giving teachings of the Call 691-0421 I. I-$BS4
r Honorable Muhammad PitBarB.Q
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5245 N. W. 7th AVENUE Houto and Build
Lovely N.w Ham
MR. & MRS. ALBERT Litton to the Radio Edition of "Mr. MuKammad Sp..ks"Sundays Call Ut for Poet About
AND DOROTHY 5:30: A. M. WFAB 990 on the Ditl Building & 46th St.
6:30 A. M. WMIE 1140 on the Dial Chris1asMessaoo.1. Good Bank Financing

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he New York Supreme charges are nothing more president, and Anthony Jen- And
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members. controversey between Negro funds of its members in the TURKEY WINGS
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1ft THE MIAMI TIMES Friday. December 23. 1966

RANGE IN MEMORIAMIn
IN MEMORIAM
Ernest Johnson of 2910( memory of the late

I In loving memory of NW 47th St. died Wednesday, ...-
:' Dec. 14 Survivors are a wife,
CARDS I E IORIALS DEAtI1S
1 Clennel; a daughter, Verdell
Troup, six sisters, Mamie
Gaizer, Louise Sheffield,
.. Hattie Thomas,Shirley,Susl e

IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAMIn and Annie Johnson; three
I. }::' : \" i'" brothers, Henry, Clevelandand
Dedicated to the memory of loving memory of our sad but loving memory of .'.i j'J.\\ Roosevelt; Funeral ser-
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darling mother, husband, father and grand : vices will be held on Friday,
'i' 2:30 at the First
,__ ..________.___ fatherISAAC '' : ''' Dec.Baptist 23rat church.:

M. MOBLEY ",iIt .,;. .. .. ..... .
who departed this life Dec. ..Ii." Jt t: Maxel Permenter of 2310
25, 1964. 'J". ". .
:. "1fI SW 44th Ave., West Holly
There's an open door at the '. : wood died Dec. 14. Survivorsare
end of the road through which
r' Eula four
a wife, ; sons,
each must alone and therein
,
go Arthur, James, David and
a light we cannot see, our Maxivel; three grandchildren.
Father claims his own. Funeral services were held

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And family ........ ..- mane Baptist Church, West
Hollywood.Mrs. MR. HAROLD HANNA
MRS. MINNIE L. MOBLEYYou who passed away Dec. 13,

went away Dec. 24, 1963to Sarah Jones of 4721 1965.May
live with your Heavenly NW 16th Ave. died Dec. 11. he rest in peace.

IN MEMORIAMIn Father, We miss your smiles Survivors are five daughters, Mrs. Annie Hanna, wife
love, and kindness that you Bertha Gray, Elnora Lewis,
And Children
sad, but loving memory gave us as we walked with Sarah Lahorn, Susie and Pear-
of our father and grandfather, you during your stay. line Jones; six sons, Irving,
We will meet again the Nathaniel, Charlie, Willie,
Day of Redemption. May your Tommie Lee and William Jr.
soul rest in peace. and twenty-six grandchildren RICHARDSONDan
Funeral services were con-
FANNIE BELL SHANNONwho Melrose W. Robinson, niece ducted Saturday, Dec. 17 at Moore of 369-C NW
..-,w.. Nieces and Nephews 1:30: p.m. in the chapel. 13th St. died Dec. 18, leav-
departed this life, Sunday,
ing to mourn, a host friends
Dec. 22, 1963. Age 71 years, ALBERT A. MAYCOCK Mrs. Agnes Simmons of Funeral services were held
5 months and 28 days. who departed this life Dec.! 242 12th Place. N. E. Wash- Thursday in the chapel.
The heavenly gates stood open 21, 1965. IN MEMORIAMIn ington, D. C. died Saturday,

She heard a voice say, Trf't Gone, but not forgotten. loving memory of our Dec. 17. services were Kim Katrice Albertie of
Come on home and rest. Sadly missed by family and beloved nephew, conducted on Tuesday, Dec. 551 NW 7th St., Apt. 21 died
There never was a purer heart friends. 20 Dec. 16. the is survived by
than that of a dear mother, t her parents, Charles and Dorothy -
whose love and cares go on and The Family y .pti r M / +A Ulyssee M. and Willie C. Albertie three brothers,

far beyond all others. ,tt ,t -- Davis of 225 NW 20th Terr, Gregory, Wayne and Herman,
Friends are made by folks like :: 1 were victims of a house tire grandparents, aunts, uncles.
we,or perhaps by many others, IN MEMORIAMIn 1. on Monday, Dec. 19. They Services were held Thursdayin -
end ,were the young sons of Mr. the chapel.
But at journey's only God ,
1'1t (and Mrs. Ulyssee Davis.
can give us mother. Memory ofW"IU'r I
Funeral services will be
Rest mother in Jesus' care. con-
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loving Your child-
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memory.
CHARLES DEVOE at 10 a.m. in the chapel. f,'; >'
ren: who departed this life Dec. I.'
1
\ Rev. John A. James, son 20, 1960. Baby Luther Alexander rl. r
Eunice Bradley, Bessie He is gone, but not for- Booker of 780 NW 46th st. 4
.1 James and Prenella Shannon gotten. died Sunday, Dec, 18. Sur- I
daughters Mrs. Mildred Williams, vivors are his parents, Mr.
Ernestine Moore Williams daughter and Mrs. Luther Booker; one
t. and Carol Ann Taylor, grand Wellington Williams, sister; a grandmother, Mrs. .1
dauahteraLeroy son-in-law Fannie Booker; a grandfather,
James, son-in-law Yvonne Williams, Mr. Clennon Martin. Funeral oJ
Berlin Williams, grandsoninlaw granddaughter / services will be conducted
Ronald Williams, Thursday, Dec. 22 at 10 a.m.
( grandson in the chapel.

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1 EVERETTE LUCENE Eddie' Lee Pitt- "
I In loving memory of our BUTLER loving memory of our Smillna; local businessman
dear mother and grandmother, IN MEMORIAMIn who fell asleep December dear mother and sister man, popular, h the new own- f.J

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loving memory of our : 29, 1959. er of the Dive-Inn Bar
.son and brother, BUNKLEYWho Here awhile they must be who departed this life Dec, 1772 NW 79th St. Phone
1n ,, MRS. HATTIE 19 1964. fiOl-9431. He Invite all
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departed this life Dec. And the flesh its Sabbathkeep May she rest In peace. his old friends to come
27,1965, which will be a yeai, and meet new friends.!
since you've been gone. Waiting in a holy stillness Vaught & Fayson Everyone welcome. Imlf
May you rest in peace. Wrapped in sleep. Families

Bessie Ingram, dauahterACKNOWLEDGMENT
Vera A. Wilson
r Reginald Johnson
And FamilyALBERT

Be A Nurses' Aide

I If rRUFUS The family of the late

1N MISS MARTHA JANE
(Toni) ALFORD REGISTER NOW FOR JANUARY 16th CLASS

N who died Dec. 9, 1966, wish WRITE
to extend a heartfelt than It-
you for all expressions of Mrs. Salena Baptiste, 1755
sympathy shown during this NW 5th O., died Dec. 15. Ideal School
time of breavement.We Services were conducted from For
the Liberty City chapel Wed
are especially grateful
:: 'I nesday. Among her survivorsare
SOUALETTA DEAN
to the staff of the Florida Training Nurses' Aides
who departed this life Dec. < State Department of Public two brothers, Isom Jr. and
20, 1938. CARLTON FISHERwho Welfare, the staff of Project Simon Roberts of Atlantic
"The Lord hath chosen was killed on December Miami, ministers, relativesand City Elizabeth, New Moore.Jersey; cousin, 2380 West Flagler StreetOr
her to carry the Ark of God 25, 1963. friends for the numerous
and to minister unto Him for- Sleep on Dear Rufus and flowers, telegrams, cards, Call:
ever." take your rest' visits and other acts and ex- Mrs. Edith Williams, 2400W.
I Truly we love you, but God pressions of kindness. 4th Ave., Hialeah, died 443-9741
Cyril Dean, son loves you best. Your words and deeds will Dec. 18. Services were held
And Family be gratefully remembered always from the Liberty City chapel For Brochure Jan.6
J Mr. & Mrs. Carlton Fisher, Thursday. Survivors are one
parents ,..May God richly bless and daughter, Mrs. Annie Ruth
Cheryl Fisher, sister keep each of you. Gardner, 2 sisters, Mmes.

IN MEMORIAMIn Mr. and Mrs. Nero Alford Stella Bridges and Bessie
And FamilyPIONEER Brown of Atlanta, Ga.
Memory of IN MEMORIAMIn LINCOLN MEMORIAL PARKSEASON'SCREETINGS

"'t memory ofIVORY CITIZEN Cary Mack Bell,, 2260 NW
49th St.died Dec. 18. Servicesat Cemetery will be closed Dec. 26 and Jan. 2 for busi
I PASSESMr. the First Baptist Church ness. Gates will be open.
;" I I Friday morning at 11. Survi-
., James W. Roberts, Sr.
vors are wife,Nella;two daugh- 3001 NW 46th STREET NE 4-4197
I died on Tuesday at Jackson ters, Mmes. rjoretha Lundy,
I Memorial Hospital. Ronnie Bell; three sons, E. JOHNSON, MANAGER, OX-1-9199
Henry, Lester, George; four
brothers, Henry, We ston, Lon-
ACKNOWLEDGMENTThe nie,Willie; two sisters,MInes .
Katie Hall and Oussie Bell.
family of the late
L .
MRS. ANNIE LEE JACKSONwho EVERGREEN MEMORIAL PARK, Special Notice for

'..'e'. departed this life Nov. 1956 Mrs.NW Rosa 51st Lee Place Johnson, died, Regular Monday Visitors, effective only for THIS

\,',I'.y: 21, 1966, wish to express Dec. 14. Services will be Sa- Monday, December 26, die Holiday of Christmas

t.t' ...r' sincere friends appreciation for their to cards the turday, 2 p.m. from the LIberty (celebrated on Monday because it falls on Sunday).
I many ,
c chapel. Survivors
condolences and telegrams City
r are three sisters, Mmes. l;.s- be for the
extended in the hours of be practiceJhis Mondaywill a holiday employees -

t:1 "' reavement. Special thanks to I niece sie Mae, Mary Barber_Alice.,Ada_Cummingham Bell; one. (it's a two day weekend 12/25 and 12/26)). The
the Richardson and
ttL.1 Mortuary two nephews, John H. gates will be cloud with no burials.
BERNARD BELLAMYwho '-- '- -- staff and Mt. Tabor Baptist
departed this life Decem- (Danny'COLAYwho Church and Rev. P. Brown and Cleve Barber. A very Happy Holiday to All of You, from all of UslI!!
passed Dfcembei r
ber 25, 1965. 21 1965. away Josie Bell Veal H. E. Walther, Superintendent
,
Gone, out not forgotten. Bernice Carter, daughters Freddie Lee Jamerson, EVERGREEN CEMETERY
With 'every' cherished ,me
May his :soul l.il ;rest, in peace. mory and always living love, Constance Jackson.,daughter grand 4813 15. Arrangements NW 25th Ct.,are died incom-Dec.- 3065 NW 41st Street, Miami Tel.\ NE 4-8242

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HOPI Joins Battle Against Declination Jl '


lEconomlc Opportunity EOPI Neighborhood Cen- that they can then be mailedto ; To Be Equal
Inc., agency that ters will enable those who feel the Commission for proper t
Jhe war on poverty in they have been discriminated action. .tile ,

ounty, is cooperating, against on the basis of sex, It is another attempt on the t4 1t '
its neighborhood religion! race or nationality part of the EOPI to contribute BY WHITNEY M. YOUNG, JR. S
i, with the U. S. Equal by employers or potential em- to the realization of equal op- 1 'Wt96b
ment Opportunity Cornin ployers to get the necessary portunity for all. Executive Director, Motional Urban League
, the battle against forms which can establish

, Ination. sion.their case with the Commis- Many, many years ago a little girl wrote a newspaper

editor asking if there really was a Santa Claus. His reply,
will Members of the center staffs CHILDBIRTHEDUCATION "Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus," has been invokedby
help those needing such CLASSESA writers ever since at timeofyear. It touches a chord
help fill
r.o out the forms,
soHEASTIE in America which is really universaltheconcern about
new series of childbirth maintaining faith and idealism in the faceof reality and the
err: rr education classes, sponsored harsh facts of life
/ / by Childbirth and Parent I thought back to that editor's reaffirmation of the preservation -
Education Association of of childhood myths and dreams in the face of worldly -
Miami, will begin on January intrusions and wondered how I might answer Virginia
4, from 7-9 at
p.m. Mercy There are millions of little girls living the black ghettosof
r Hospital, and will continue
each Wednesday evening for our nation; millions of little girls desperately wanting to
six weeks. The classes are believe that the world is good and that they can hope for a
f3LIt helpful in preparing an ex- better future. What, I wondered, can I say to these childrenstill
e pectant mother for a confidentand in the time of' youth when dreams and reality Inter- F
comfortable labor whetheror mingle, and the hell of the slums gives way to the world of
not she anticipates a conscious the Imagination.What .
1 delivery.An additional can I tell them? How can I let them know, that they
series of classes will beheld must nurture faith and hope and beauty, despite uglinessof
wishes for
monthly at south Miami Fe- a their surroundings and the ugliness in the hearts of so
deral. For further information, to them down and steal the
call Merry Christmas many people waiting grind
the course instructor, sweet innocence of childhood's dreams?
Maureen Scott, R.N., at 361- and a
What is thereto say to a child whose Christmas night is
2808. New Year
Happy spent not in anticipation of the morning's gifts, but in fear
From: of the rats rummaging near her bed? What can you tell a
THE ORIGINAL child whose Christmas dinner isn't the holiday feast of so

MOM'S KITCHENWe many American Christmas dinners, but the meagre leftoversof
yesterday's meal, or meat bought with government food
will be closed from
JIMMIE'S stamps or donated by a charity?
o Dec. 25 Jan. 8
What can you tell this child, when the empty chair at the
GROCERY 6666 NW 15th Avenue table symbolizes an absent father, or a fatherwhose Christmas -
Best wishes '- Is spent in thedeath-filledjunglesof? How can
from all AND MARKET you explain to a child the meaningof sharp cutbacks in I

Is of a holy and anti-poverty funds, or a Congressional refusal to pass a y
of usMcMINNS HELP HELP HELP civil rights bill?Can you explain to her why she wears old
happy season 2488 N.W. 54th St. clothing while other kids are dressed in their new hpliday

& SON for you REV. ROOSEVELT clothes? How do you tell her she should wear her color
with pride? How do you convince her that she has dignity
FRANKLINOf
JROCERY- SUNDRY 1967 Beer Wine, Groceries and potential and should strive for a better life?

4741 NW 17th AvenueMr. Meats and Sundries Macon, Georgia A letter to this Virginia is not so easy. And yet it is nec-
essary. For these millions of chlldrenmustlookto a brighter -
Coldest Beer in Town DIVINE future, one in which they can develop as Individuals, one
SPIRITUAL HEALER in which they can nurture a spirit of achievement and ac
and Mrs. John TRANSFER Jesuc If truly giving victory -
Me Minn and Son 1 hm' to many, many p.opl.'sprobl.ms. complishment.I'd
have to tell these children to have faith. They must, In
Lillian Ambrose 3000 NW 49th St. SUCCESS CAN BE YOURS.See the face of the brutalities of life, keep their trust and faith in

Evelyn McKenzie MR. AND MRS. JAMES C. or write me today. I themselves and in their fellow man. For the basis of civilization .
Phone NE 4-5910 WILLIAMS, Own.,, have a special message for is the mutual trust and belief in the goodness of other
HP"....-.-............... ............- .,....- ------",.. __"'II'I I' GENEVA CARTER every troubled soul. Last human beings. In spite of all the provocations and indignities -
week many many people forced upon us by a nation which treats democracy asa
ADA ALEXANDeR were helped by my special and freedom distant must believe in
myth as a goal, we
t .yf. r' v. 'r.,' Jv CALVIN WILLIAMS be selected read on Bible Special reading Days.If to. the basic decency of people.

I you want to be delivered And people are decent, by and large. Beneath the feats
VERONICA WILLIAMS quickly, Send $1.00 and and frustrations which they try to hide with prejudice and
GritomMtaL stampedself-addressed en- racism, they too have the potent!alto be good And the millions -
JIMMY HILL v V.toROOSEVEL children victimized by thelnsecuritlesandprejudlces
JOHN JACKSON of the majority must try to understand this and look to the
FRANKLIN day when all America will be free of hate, the'day when
630 MORROW AVENUE Christmas will indeed mean peace and goodwill to all men.
I"I 633-3084 MoeonGo.Ph SH 5-6475 To lose faith in others Is to lose all hope of faith in one-

You will g.t th... self. To hate others is to die a little oneself.) Striving for
Special S.I.ct.d BlbU achievement is far better than yielding to bitterness and des
/ Verser By Return Mall pair. That is the real mess age to impress upon our children;

Ii''''' a message of hope and pride, a holiday lesson to carry
.'. themselves with strength and love and to turn their faces to

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CHRISTMAS MORNING
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SERVICE ATSWEETING Rev. A. D. Bradley, pastor

ESTATE Louise McOriff, reporter LT'MT.

Christmas morning service Our Sunday morning message I
fir yi delivered by our vis-
will be held on the Sweetin; was

Estate, 2148 NW 4th St., at ting minister, Rev. C. C.
5:30 a.m. Music will be fur- Felts. The evening message CALVARYRev.
I also was delivered by a visiting -
nished by the Dillard High
MT. SINAI BAPTIST School Chorus, under the di- minister Rev. Cooks from Samuel Atchison, pastor

t Rev. S. A. Thomas, pastor rection of Mrs. Rhoda Sneed, New Bethel Baptist Church.Our for. The members of the Pas-

} Patricia Murphy, reporter and Mr. Boagard,guest soloist Ch ristmas program tor's Aid Board along without
The Christmas message will the kids will be on .Monday pastor, take this opportunityto

( Rev. Albury delivered the be delivered by Rev. Ivory Ih night after the 4th Sunday, thank each of you in the
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sermons. Frank McCaskill, and prayer 'ren.Remember the sick and versary celebration. May the

Christmas is only a few by Rev. Henry Wright. those who have Lord ever bless and keep you.

,. days away. Here is a prayer Dr. Sweeting will confer a shut-ins and of their loved ones. Christmas Sunrise service
that everyone should keep i n I blessing upon all present and lost some welcome. will be held Christmas mom-
always
mind: Let us pray that strength have a special blessed giftfoi Visitors ing at 5 a.m., at the masoni c

and courage abundant be all who attend. temple, 1742 NW 3rd Ave. You

given to .air who work for a Breakfast will be servedto Let's not forget the true meanings and your family are welcometo

world of reason and understanding all. The public is invited come and give thanks unto

; that the good that The annual Christmas motorcade of Christmas on this happy day. GOODWILLMISSIONARY the Lord for enabling you to

lies in every man's heart may will start at 9 a.m. BAPTIST see another Christmas Day.
Dr. Sweeting as usual will The Mt. Calvary Baptist
day by day be magnified; that CHURCHThe
give away 3,000bags of candy Church family invites you to
4 will
men come to see more this year to all the children.He church and minister join in with us in our "March"toournewSanctuaryon
that which divides
clearly not plans to visit inmates at wish for you a Merry Christmas Christ-
1 but that'which unites
them, the city and county jails. CHRISTMAS SERVICESAT ANTIOCH BAPTIST and a healthy and prosperous mas afternoon at 3 p.m. The
them; that each hour may bring. Anyone who would like to New Year.REV. march will begin on 60th St.
us closer to a final victoryn otto participate in the motorcade, ST. AGNES' 1899 NW 64th Street and proceed to the new churchat

nation over nation, but of (preferable convertibles) may EPISCOPAL CHURCH Rachel B. Pratt, reporter Irv 1140 NW 62nd Street.

man over his own evils .and call LU 3-7258. The story of Christmas .r :

weaknesses; that the true 1750 NW 3rd Avenue will be told in music and

spirit of this Christmas season words by members of the Sun
-its joy its beauty its CHRISTMAS EVE SERVICES
day School department on GRACE UNITEDPRESBYTERIAN
hope, and above all its abiding Dec. 24th ( 25)at
Christmas evening Dec.
faith-may live among us NEW MT. MORIAH Solem Procession Holy Lillie!
6 p.m. Mrs. Ross, program
that the blessings of peace Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor Communion and Sermon, 11p.m. chairman and her coworkers 6895 NW 14th Avenue

be ours-the peace to build and Evelyn Souter, reporter CHRISTMAS DAY have gone their limit Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor

grow, to live in harmony and and above it have
and members to a program Surely we look forward to
sympathy with others, and to The pastor Sunday, Dec. 25th J each of will enjoy.To .
wish the Miami Times editors you a wonderful worship service
plan for the future with confi Low Mass 7:30
} : p.m. quote a poritio of
and staff a Merry Christmas anda Sunday, and a full congrega
dence. Church School,9:30 a.m. High scripture, "It is more blessed
Prosperous New Year. tion. In the evening at 7:30,
Let us pray for our sick : Mass Procession and Sermon "
to give than to receive. The
the School will
Christmas is Sunday. We Sunday presentthe
and shut-ins and hope they 10:45: a.m. Senior and Junior Missionary
have a Merry Christmas.Let will have our services as annual Christmas program.
worship this Christ- usual with our No. 3 Choir Fr. Lambert L. Sands, rector Societies are making a spe- Congratulations to the elders -
us
) rendering the cial appeal for I items of EJ9r' deacons and trustees
mas. For the birth of Christ (juniors son ,
service for the morning and eery to be placed in the Christmas who were elected to office for
Is really something to be joy-
baskets to spread a little
the evening.
the Male Chorus
ful about. sunshine into the lives of the 1967.Let
attend church
Let us begin us remember that our
CHRIST EPISCOPAL less fortunate during this T. R. HARRISON
ning at 9:30: a.m. with the every member head tax is due
MINISTERThe
Rev. Theo. R. Gibson, rector yuletide season. now. We ask that members who
School such beau-
Sunday
a
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE tiful ; celebrate Antoinette Silva, reporterOn Let us continue to pray for church will sponsor a have not paid will bring in
way to the the sick and shut-ins. Theyare special service for the youthon
their $2.20 during the holiday
"God, who commanded the birth of our Lord and Savior Sunday, Dec. 18, at the Deacon Modest, Sis. Lo- Sunday evening at 6. The season, so that we can send

light to shine out of dark- Jesus Christ. home of Mrs. Kate S. Dean, reaner Teaaue and Sis. Jessie parents and the public is invited the on to the head-
( ness,hath shined in our hearts Our General Conference Father Gibson was pleasantly Richardson.May to share with them in money
of the knowledge will be December 29th at 8 quarters of our denomination.
to give the light p.m. honored by the Episcopal your Christmas joysbe these great blessings. The
'f of the glory of God in Let us continue our prayers Churchwomen at their annual as bright as the Star that minister will deliver the mom- A Merry Christmas to All!

the face of Jesus Christ." for our pastor, sick, shut- Christmas party. Father Gib- led the Wise Men with its ra- ing's message at 11 a.m.
from Ins, bereaved families and from this theme "Spiritual
This passage n son was the recipient of many diant light. :
Corinthians will be the Golden those in the armed services. useful gifts from the group. Invitatory". -

Text for the LessonSermontitled Visitors always welcome.FRIENDSHIP Special guests includec William

"Christian Science" to S. Sturrup, senior warden For Free TransportationCall FELLOWSHIPBy

be read in all Christian and George Walker, member of 754-4024
ST. PAUL AME R. J. McGhaney
Science churches this Sunday the vestry. The group was

Christmas Day.Scriptural quite jolly as they told many Rev. T. C. Kelley Jr., pastor Dec.23 "I bring you good 1 tidings

passages include stories about Christmas, sang Mary Rawls, reporter of great joy." Luke 2:10.:

; the story of the birth of Jesus Rev. J. E. Jenkins, pastor Christmas carols and enjoyeda "Never a Christmas morn- TEMPLE BAPTISTThe Christmas is a time of

and the adoration of the Ruby Lee Carr, reporter delicious repast. Mrs. Kate ing, never an old year ends. wonder. Christmas is a time

1 Magi as well as many refe- S.Dean, president 9f the Epis- But someone thinks of some young people will pre- of love.Christmas is a time of

rences to Jesus' healing Come to church Sunday.We copal Churchwomen pledged'one, old days, old times, sent their Christmas program joy| Christmas is a time 0 f

ministry.One are always so happy over their loyal support to Fathe and old friends. Our Christmas on Saturday evenign at 7:30.A healing. Christmas is a time

of the related select our many visitors. If you do Gibson and to the church. exercise will be Friday short carol service with a' peace. Christmas is a time of

tions from the denominational not have transportation, our Christmas eve midnight Dec. 23 at 7 p.m. sermon will follow. giving. Christmas is a time of

textbook will be this: church has set up a route for service will be at 10:30 p.m. The entire church family The Order of Eastern Star fulfillment. In the name of

"Christ's Christianity is the church's bus. If you will on Saturday, Dec. 24, membersare wishes to take this opportunity 'will celebrate Christmas at the Father, Son and the Holy

the chain of scientific being call FR 3-6021 and check on asked to secure their ,to wish its many friends a Temple with a one-hour ser- Spirit, let us have a wonderful

reappearing in all ages, main- the route, the bus will bring Christmas Communion slips Happy very Merry New Year.Christmas and a vice Sunday morning, beginning time: and try to remember the

taining its obvious corres- you there and return you to from the church office.A Plan now to attend Sunday at 5 o'clock. The Christmas six letters in the word, Christmas -

pondence with the Scripturesand your homes via the same route. Special Merry Christmasto for its the last Sunday in the theme will be the centerof : C II R 1ST. So until a

uniting all periods in the This applies to members and the shut-ins of the church- old year. Our pastor has services for the day. The later date, if God's will,

design of God." friends.We and to my rector members of planned a fine sermon for the youth choir will sing at 11 thanks and my prayers for allof

Service begins Christmasat the congregation and friends, occasion. There will be one a.m. and all the singing you.

11 a.m.You are welcome to are still working hardon A Joyous Christmas. service on Christmas Day, groups will appear on a special -
attend. our building fund.Membersare the 11 a.m. service. program of Christmas -
thinking of different ways Our watch meeting ser- music during the evening ser
all the time in finance
to bring vices will take place Dec. vice. You are invited to

31 at 10 p.m. Plan now to spend the day at Temple.: SEASON'SGREETINGS

GLENDALE On last Sunday, Sis. Rea- SALTER'S CHAPELRev. come. The pastor wishes all a

RICHMOND HEIGHTS tha Etheridge sponsored the ._ very happy Christmas.
H. R. Sampson --
Rev. B. L. Turner, pastor crowning of king and queen. pastor I wish to take this methodto
Rutha M. Harrington, reporterWe Betty Ann Morant, reporterOur thank the
pastors,mothers,
Jessie Walker was the king ST. JAMES AME
are looking forward to and Lila Mae Roger was queen. first quarterly confe- superintendents, district missionaries -

another day of Christian fellowship Linda Sue Parish McSwain was rence services were divinely Rev. F. E. Sneed, pastor FIRST BAPTIST OFBROWNSVILLE all state, local and

with our brothers and second in the highest amountto visited. Marie A. Childs, reporterWe district workers, for their most

sisters in Christ as the world the queen. They all worked Last Sunday, our Sunday blessed with loyal cooperation and generosity -

commemorates the birth of real good. Linda Sue reciteda School had a tea, sponsoredby convert were on Sunday. one Rev. W. M. Davis, pastor to me. I must say this

Jesus. poem saying "Keep Going." Mrs. Agnes Davis. The The annual Christmas Program Mrs. Donella Turner, reporter was a successful year in
Pastor Turner will preach She is determined. to go on. attendance
was very good. every respect, spiritually and
will be presented Christmas 25th
from this subject: "Glory to Again, we say congratulations We would like to wish Sunday, Dec. Christmas financially.To .
God in the Highest." (Luke: to Sis. Etheridge and the con- everyone the Merriest Christmas night, followed by the report Sunrise Service will begin our Youth Department:

2:14) in our morning worshi testants. and the happiest New of the December-ites at 5 a.m. Choir No. 2 will You, too, made history. You
rally. We need your support, render the 11 a.m. -
services and "The Most Uni- song service will soon know how outstanding -
Year.We and as we approach the holi- There will also be regular
all
Character in History"Matt.
que are praying for all the your unit was in our National -
( 22r42) will be his sub- Thanks also to the parents day season, let us rememberthe 11 a.m. service. 59th
sick and Convocation.
shut-ins.
ject for the evening services.At and friends of the children in sick, those less fortunate The pastor and his family Again, I thank

3:00 p.m., our WMU the contest. They did a won- than we, and the entire Armed wish each andeveryone of you 'Islvyou a Merry Christmasand you and

will have its monthly meeting derful job. Forces. Let us pray that ther A Merry Christmas. a Prosperous New
with Mrs. R. M. Harrington as Let us keep the old red will be "Peace on Earth and Year.

the main speaker. The topic is mark going up on our buildingfund. F. Good Will toward Men." Supervisor Gussie
HOPE Gamble
ZION
"Missions in the Mission of .
Church of God in Christ of
ST. LUKE BAPTIST
/ the Disciples. Rev. P. Freeman, pastor";. Eastern Fla.

Pastor Turner,the offiters, To Brother Jimmie Austin Sister E. Jackson, reporter Rev. P. w. Williams, pastor

:end members of the Glendale who is in the hospital and all asked -- MT. TABORThe Mrs. Christine Sutton, clerk
is to attend
would like wish for Everyone
family to our sick and shut-ins
we The St. Luke
their weekly meetings Baptist
each of you a Merry Christmas Christmas program WMBM
wish you a speedy recovery. Church will have an
family wishes early
and a prosperous New Merry ,Christmas to All!! The Zion Hope committee cordially invite Christmas morning service 1490 On Your Dial
Year. aT everybody+ooMerry Christ you to the second annual Christmas Dec. 25 st 5 o'clock. The

mas and a Prosperous New program at 4 p.m. Sunday two senior choirs will be BLANCHE CALLOWAY

Year.Don't Dec. 25th at the church. singing at their best beautiful PRESENTS
forget to pray for:: Please come out and witness Christmas Carols.The pastor PROGRESS'
REPORT
l the sick and shut-ins. We this type of spiritual recrea- will preach the annual Christmas -

say to all our visitors, you tion for your enjoyment.The message.Come one, come 1 Times Daily

are always welcome. Please final'practice will be all, and enjoy this service with 8 *.in.t 1:55 and rO p.m.TE .
como again. Thursday at 5 p.m. us.

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Little Larry Summerset, 9, of 1930 NW 153rd Street, was one of the patients at
\ariety Children's Hospital who enjoyed/ the annual Christmas party sponsored by your pastsupport.
he North Bay Village Lions Club and the United Order of True Sisters. The two
|/owns involved the fishy business are Herb Helman(Below) and Sandy Rywell
bove). .


I King Takes_ Leave To Write Book

|ArLANTAGa.Dr.Mar-- The new work will 1 bepub- now functioning in the South ....
[in Luther King Jr. today lished by Harper& Row, as and parts of the North, the
egan a two-month sab- were Dr. King's three previous Citizenship Education: Pro- all of -out
books. The 1964 Nobel for Southern adults; you
jatical: to write a new book. gram
The president South Peace Laureate is the authorof antipoverty projects In and patrons THE MOST TREASURED NAME IN WIGS
Icrn Christian Leadership two volumes on the civil Southern rural areas; and a we wish a very merriest .
j Conference will be out of the rights struggle, "STRIDE variety of economic,politicaland of merry Christ Mr. WaltersNow I
country during his private TOWARD FREEDOM" and social improvement .
1 retreat so that he may write "WHY- WE CAN'T WAIT." throughout the South.BLESSINCS. mates.AL
I without interruption.Dr. The third book, "StrengthTo Two Locations
King said he decided Love," is a collection of BRAYNEN
I\\ritethenewbookbecause sermons he wrote as co-pas FLO SMITH 6225 NW 22nd Ave.
jlie found in recent travels tor with his father, Rev. Mia4 LIZ
I throughout the nation that Martin Luther King Sr., of HOUSTONJO 6011 NW 7th Ave.
"there Is an uneasy feeling the Ebenezer Baptist Churchin HARRIS
I Atlanta. Across from the ContlntnUI Club
in the civil rights movement
I that we may have lost our During Dr. King's absence, ROYAL DRIVE-INN
I sense of.direction, and that SCLC will be guided by Rev. Iltsipia M 6840 NW 15th Avenue Phone
I the forces of good will are in Ralph David Abernathy,
disarray. I feel a need to reexamine Vice President At-Large and TONY FORREST 754-9820 6919689flM'PSON'S'MARKEfl

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In the new book,tentatively Dr. King stressed that all
entitled "WHERE DO WE; SCLC programs will con II
GO FROM HERE, Dr. tinue in full force. These in- I
King plans to evaluate progress clude the Chicago Freedom
Movement, with projects on
already made toward
justice and equality, and to employment, tenant unions, 7466 NW' 62' ST.
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I for the Federal Government ; a special registration May every
I to reorder priorities for the and political education
nation. Our traditional allies drive in advance of special I
are now in search of new elections in Greene County, joy of this ..
purpose and meaning, and Alabama, Operation Bread- I f J. .", ..

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:: Pollution, th e curse oi mo d- of the prevalence of gamb- ARRANGEMENTS
;: rn industry and progress, ling and prostitution. Any- Natural and ArtificialAt
?:: has many facets. We have thing goes,and littl e h as been
:1: air pollution, brought on by done so far to clean up this It's New LocationMrs.
.; the growing number of automobiles pollution. Behind it all, belt
:; ; various chemical l air, water or mental pollu- Mable Bodie, ProprietorMrs.
;: industries, and the burning tion, are profits.Justas longas Dora M. Williams, Business Manager
of increased amounts of garbage it makes money'the heck
By ALBERT W. COOKE in our cities. It's strange with the public.Pollution 1551 NW 62 St.
how we worry about fallout
754-7726
from nuclear bombs, which of all kinds are 691-7475
What Does Christmas Mean to You?
haven't been dropped as yet, here to stay until the public
Tell me students, please do but think
nothingofthe"fallout" Itself begins to take an inter-
What does Christmas mean to you? of deadly fumes from est in its own welfare. All
{ Does H\ mean the birth of ChristOr auto and industry, an ever- problems have solutions, if
that you'll receive something nice? It's Time To Say
present problem. we take an interest in finding
Gentle Jesus, meek and mild Then there is water pol- them. Even mental pollution,
Wise men brought gifts to this child lution, caused by the filling (the worse of the three types
Monkey see, Monkey do, perhaps of our streams and lakes because the others could not "THANK YOU"One
I This is why Santa comes to you. with waste materials from exist without it), can be re-
1 'It Tell me teachers, please do our growing industries, es- solved. The solution has
I What does Christmas mean fo you pecially detergent residues been revealed in the scrip-
1 Not that Christmas should mean to thee from our laundries. We'reso tures of every religion, in the
The very same as it means to me. clean these days that we form of the Golden Rule.

Ask if must are soiling our natural re- of the Holiday. Season Is the
I your pastor, you sources. Christ came to end all pol- Joy
What should Christmas mean to us Not satisfied with air and lution on earth. We want to' opportunity to say "THANK YOU" and
" Should it mean that the savior was born water pollution, we are al- get rid of it, too, and thewayis
Or that gifts should be shown. lowing ourselves to become clear and simple: we must extend the best of wishes for the Yuletide.

1 Tell me children, please do mentally polluted. Just lookat follow His teachings. At this *
What does Christmas mean to you some of the stuff on sale season we would do well to
Is anything wrong with Rudolph? on our magazine racks, and meditate on His words, for Do not let the New Year find your family
Or hearing people sing? some movies, to say nothing if we truly love the Teacher, insured. Centra'iLife
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Give a gift, spirit lift Opa-locka left the city Nov.
But praise ye Christ the King 28 for Camp Pendleton, Cali-
Yes, Christmas changed from a silent night fornia where he is presently
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To lessen the Yule and emphasize Christ.

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I If you accept Bethlehem as a fact
Has Santa Claus stolen the act? I

,I see nothing wrong with a White ChristmasOr
( sleigh bells in the snow
think that Christmas should be different III -

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Tell me, Cousin, please do ,
What does Christmas mean to you? I
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HOLIDAY WEEKEND FEATURES

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$15,000 City of Coral Gables Handicap for Mz
older sprinters and the $15,000 Christmas Handicap for
older route horses will headline the holiday weekend
1 spectacular of racing at Tropical Park. The City of '

Carol Gables will be run Saturday, Dee 24, and will, be
followed on Monday, Dec. 26 with the Christmas Handi-
cap at one mile and a sixteenth.

Trainer Arnold Winick, currently far ahead for his

fifth trainer's title at Tropical park, will saddle the
public choices for both races. In the City of Coral
Gables it will be John Hanes' Sikkim. The threeyearold -
won a division of the opening day Hurricane Handicap -
and then came right back to defeat a brilliantfield

of sprinters and establish a new Florida six furlong record -
of 1 minute 8 seconds in the Gold Coast Handicap.

The Christmas Handicap candidate from the Winick barn

includes John Olin' s Si-million syndicated horse Fathers Woody Campbell, Jeff Richardson, Hank Washington,
Image. The flashy chestnut won the City of Miami Han- Northwestern HB MSU.Guard West Texas QB I
dicap in i in his only local appearance.Mrs. .
Charles F. Parker's versatile Pollux is a
Football fans who trek more colorful passing quar- powerful Houston team also '..
strong possibility for both races. The dark bay has run out to the Orange Bowl terbacks In the nation and finished in the top 10 'In the
three times at the Tropical Park meeting. His first ef- Stadium theafternoonof there is every indication that nation in total offense with
fort was a rapidly closing third behind Sikkim in the 26 will look on, at many the clash will be a wild wide 1,846 yards and 26 touch-
Hurricane Handicap;he then ran second Fatherslmage All-Amerlcans as the North open aerial game. downs. Burris scored 22
in the City of Miami;and in his last effort he was again and South teams battle In of his touchdowns passing.He .
second to Sikkim in the Gold Coast Handicap. the 21st annual Mahi Shrine The South has the bril- completed 95 out of 206
All-Star Football liant Hank of the
thrown
College Washington during year.
DOLPHINS CLOSE SEASON WITH GREAT PRIDE game. West Texas State who was

Now that the pro football season is nearing close The North team has All- not the only one on the na-
The North has
team
I wish to take this opportunity to congratulate the Dolphins Americans galore and many tion's more brilliant passers minded Carroll pas-Wil-
stars from nation's No. 1 this but is the sing
among
year
for their sensationalfinish before the home fans, liams of Xavier,who formerly -
and No. 2 teams, Notre top four total offense lead-
the real die hard ones, they had no regrets. They were played for Archbishop
Dame and Michigan State. ers of the nation In the final
paid for their patience. The ,last two games played, at Four players from Notre NCAA statistics. Washington Curley High In Miami Wil-
home made the team look like champions.The way they Dame wUl play with the had 2,180 yards total liams has set every passing
could have beat some of the outstanding teams i n Yanks, and five will represent Charles 1 Thomhill;- offense and scored an record in Xavier history. He
the country.The last game with the Houston Oilers can the Michigan State team. astounding 20 touchdowns. has scored more than 30
go down in history with its exciting finish 29-28.20,000 Here are the lineup of MICHIGAN MSU LB Seventeen of Washington's TDs passing in the past two
STATE
fans standing, scraming their heads off ,till the last stars from these two great "Bubber" Smith All-Amer-- touchdowns came on pas- years.
college teams of America: sing. During theyear,Wash-
whistle blew. Coach George'Wilson Sr. and staff did a ica end; Jerry West All-
NOTRE DAME Larry ington completed a spectacular -
great job. we look.forward to a stroneer,Dolphin team Cdnjar, All-America full America tackle; Charles 163 passes out of,281 Bernice McCall of Colo-
next wrote about them during Thornhill, back Pate Gal- who also likes to
year,we hope Everything back; Pete Duranko, All- ; thrown. rado, pass.
the season showed up at the finish. Therefore, they America tackle; George linagh, guard; and Jeff Richardson He is one of the only men In
took me off the hook. Trainer Bob Lundy informs me they Goeddeke, All- America guard. the history of the Big 'Eight

used 65 miles of tape equalingl 10,000 yards and 54,000 center; John Horney, line- has The also Shrine drawn game some Dec.of the.26 back The, other Bo Burris South,quarter-of the to top creer.3,000 yards duringhis
yards of gauze. It cost about $300 per game, for tape-backer.
and gauze.


I Miami Tackle To Sign With Los Angeles Rams


Larry Little of Bethune- tie All-American by the Eb- "one of the best players I pleted. JohnBegg
Cookman College, the rug- ony College Scoreboard In ever coached," by Lloyd Other persons named are:
ged 265 pound tackle who Pine Bluff, Arkansas.The "Tank" Johnson.Uttle Is Andre White, a 6'4", 220-
made a name for himself in senior captain, recently also in line for All-Confer pound End from FloridaA
the SIAC Conference while voted Outstanding Lineman ence Honors." and M University; Walter
leading the Wildcats to a of the Year and Most The 21-year-old Miami Jackson, 6'5", 232poundtackle
5-2 season, added another Valuable Player by his teammates native Is expected to sign with from Tuskegee insti- <'
award to his collection today was a unanimous the Los Angeles Rams after tute; Harry Dixon, a 6'2", 1ry
when he was named Lit- choice for thehonor. Termed post season games are corn- 214-pound guard from Tennessee -
State; Larry Little a
6'2", 265-pound tackleCromBethuneCoolanan
tip tltililj College; .,!
Willie Parker, a 6'4", 285- ryry ryJ f+ :fir}:
YI tip pound guard from Arkansas -
td stl.ts '
A. M. N.; Alonza Wal-
lace, a 6'2", 220-pound cen-
ter from Prairie View Col-
lege; Eldridge Dickey,a 6T;
# 193-pound quarterbackfrom
":: Tennessee State; Lam-
/
,- sts :' uel Barney, a 6'0", 205-
( pound halfback from Jack-
I son College; and George
I I ,. .' ,If Nock, a 6'0"" 180-pound "
halfback from Morgan t "

,State. 4..

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JAZZ NIGHTLYAt
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tt\ \ :' RANCHERBlicoynt the


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Lorry Little, a 265 pound tackle and Captain of the 1966 Bethune-Cookman THE

College Wildcat Football 'Team was named Most Valuable Player and outstanding DAVE AKINS TRIO Can a Scotch actually taste good?Ask the bom-and-
Lineman of the Year during a recent Banquet held in the Charles C. Parlin Student bred Scotch drinkers. They've been smacking their

Center Cafeteria at fl-CC. The Miami native and graduate of Booker T. Washington JAZZ lips over John Begg for"years. Suddenly this grand

High School who recently closed a brilliant gridiron career at B-CC is expectedtosign SUNDAY AFTERNOON old name is on the tip of everybody's tongue.'Take a

with the Kansas City Chiefs of the American League or the Los Angeles Rams Admission peg o'Begg. It's a wee bit better than the best,"say
of the National League, is shown receiving one of two awards from Arthur Anderson. 5:30 Fret the poetic Scots of their treasured John Begg,whose
a local? sportscaster. Also shown is Andy Henson, the keynote speaker of the Ban- to 1:00 a.m. taste b gentle*and whosecrice b light

quet. Henson is Headcoach and Athletic Director at Harris High School/, Hastings, MERRY CHRISTMAS! INS IUIOU1MTCR tNIUKI-N ftOBf.MrltTU IT Mil M.McOMI ICI*55.I T.
Florida. He, is a graduate of B-CC and made Little All'American ,as center'in 1952.
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24 THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, D.c.mb.r 23. 1966 H' u_ ._._ _._._ .



ST tis/H CBS

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79th Street West


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And thanks for \ Mouth Of ThroughwayDUPLEX

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2 BEDROOM
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BEAUTIFUL APARTMENT
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INCLUDING DINING ROOM, LIVING ROOM

it ? J.N COP Buil AND KITCHEN. ONE SIDE RENTED.
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Lice, Catrector $100 PER MONTH

ONE SIDE VACANT AND COMPLETELYAND
Phcn HE 4-6233

2939 N. W. 48th T.rreer BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHED


r $300 DOWN

:

BACK TO PEACEFUL PURSUITS After Vietnam, when he wos on Army officer, : d' ,: ,,:' Jv. .,: \
Ewell/ E. Echols Is more than happy to return to scientific research in the oil indus- \ .., .1

"" try. He, works at the Houston Research Center of Esso Production Research Company L ,, '; Call Owner
a Humble Oil affiliate "
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Viet Nam '1' '_" "

VI, PL 80551 PL 80551Life's
IK t HOUSTON After 131'1 der sniper fire from Vietcong was leaving for his two yean ,
months as an Army officer guerrillas.As of Armyservice-andthestaff
'lF In Vietnam, it's good to be a 1st lieutenant in the and facilities Humbte 00'
working againonsomethingas 63rd Transportation Com- Houston Research Center became -
peaceful and "relaxIng," pany, he commanded many part of the new com-
by comp arison, as the search such convoys moving sup- pany.Mr.
for betterwaystobringhardtorecover plies from military depots to Echols was a second
1' heavy crude oil up the battle areas. lieutenant when called to I
from underground reserv- active duty and was promoted
oirs. to first lieutenant last Best Buys
Sniper encounters were a May while in Vietnam. Fora REV.N.P.CIARKThe
minor inconvenience com- time, his unit was supporting -
; In other words, Ewell E. pared to the tough job that the famed 1st Cavalry Rev. N. F. Clark was
now, born at Cave Cay, Exuma, 1151 NW 80 STREET
Echols is glad to be back at U.S. soldiers and marineswere Division in the area of
the Houston Research Centerof doing bravely and well Tuy Hoa. For a longer Bahamas, Dec. 23. 1877. His Freshly decorated CBS near everything. Fla.
Humble Oil & Refining in the ground-combat zones, period be commanded con- parents were Francis C. and HrooM,, ,awnings, awning windows, large yard.
Anne E. Clark. "
i' 'Company's scientiflcafllliate so Mr. Echols doesn't even voys transporting supplies He migrated to Florida du- Price only $10,000 FHA with $300 down, $62.22
here, the Esso Production consider his own experience from Cam Ranh Bay to the ring the nineties and lived in month. Owner pays closing costs. Vacant.:
fire. When
When as being "under
Research Company.
of Nha about'
area Trang, '
Key West for some be-
he leftfor active military service one or several of the Viet- 35 miles up the Vietman' fore coming to Miami.years He 15620 "26 AVENUE
I in November, 1964, he cong were taking potshotsat coast. He had received his started preaching in 1904. Bunche Park Bargain, CBS, freshly pointed inside -
had been with Humble only the convoys, "we .never commission in college The Rev. Clark i is the founder and out, large Fla room, large yard. 1 block
who
months. did stop to find out they
six shooting at," he through the Army R.O.T.C. of st. Matthew's Baptist from 27th Ave and shopping. Bargain at$9,000with
were says.
program.A Church on NW 17th St., wherehe $300 down, $55.80 month and seller pays
s On his return from the nativeof Coolidge, Texas has pastored for the past all costs. Vacant.
', Army a few weeks ago, he In Mr. Echols' opinion, where his1.':parents, Mr. 45 years. He has been in the
was promoted to senior research the U.S. forces in Vietnam and Mrs. L. D. Echols, still pulpit for more than 60 years 15700 NW 26 AVENUE
technician and as- almost to a man "under- reside, Mr. Echols grew up and is regarded as the oldest Bunche Park Bargain, CBS, freshly painted inside -
signed to the New Recovery stand just what It is they are in Raywood, Texas, and was active minister in Dade County. and out, awning windows, large near yard,
I' Methods" Division of Esso fighting for" and fighting graduated from Woodson Reflecting on his years of 1 block from 27th Ave. and shopping. Price only
,( Production Research. Billions against. Whatever the situation High School there. He and service, Rev. Clark said: "I $8,500 with $300 down. $52.60 month and seller
t''+ of barrels of heavy at home maybe,moraleIn his wifeJo Ann, live In thank God for the past, pre- closing costs vacant..
crude oil are locked In place Vietnam couldn't be higher Houston at 7245 Scott St. sent,and hope for the future." pays
y(' L.-: undergroundtooheavyand he believes."I 2005 NW 93 STREET

thick to be brought to the Beautiful 3 bedroom CBS, corner, tile roof, separate -
surface by the present cons wall to wall carpeting, fenced,
ventional methods, and doz- never once heard one Ford Real Estate garage,
Fla kitchen modern appliances -
ens of oil companies are of our men complain, he awnings, room, large ,
spending tens of millions of kiddie's pool. This if a large house with
i dollars looking for an eco- adds.When Mr. Echols joined all large rooms--on 2 lots. Price $16,000, $600
nomic and efficient way to the staff at the Humble Research down, $98 month. Seller pays all costal Vacant.
release this heavy "crude" Center here In May, 5201 N. MIAMI AVENUE
from its underground pri- 1964, he was just out of f 4\
CORNER 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH CBS'
,
son. Prairie View State College,
Prairie View, Texas, wherehe Tile roof, awning windows, fenced yard, patio,
earned distinction in mil 4 xCY' awnings. Near buses, schools, shopping. FHA
In the Far East two or itary science and was No. 1
price is $15,500 with $500 down and $100 mo.
three months ago, a typical among the group of chemistry -
This home fine
is a luxury in a neighborhood.
day might have found Mr. graduates. Esso Production -
Echols at the head of a Research Companywas 9946 NW 24 AVENUE
column of trucks on a coastal formed in November, OWNER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
Vietnam road, sometimes 1964 just when Mr. Echols
Luxurious corner CBS, flat tile roof, Fla room,
N garage, awnings, large fenced yard, gas heat. A
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better home at $13,000 FHA with $400 down and
HOUSES $80 month and seller pays all costs.

HOIJMY RENT OR BUY 1945 NW 90 STREET

3 bedroom CBS, floors, newly refinished, freshly
t ((1)) 3040) NW 56th St. $20 week painted, open front porch, jalousie windows,

GMmIGr ((2)) 5710 NW 7th Ct. $20 week $74.41 large yard.month.Price Vacant.$12,000 We have with keys.$400 down and

((3)) 1301 NW 60th St. $20 week 1848 NW 93 STREET
Front house has 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, jalou
((4)) 3020 NW 52nd St. $23 week lie windows, built-in kitchen, like new appliances -

rear house is same with one bathroom.
APARTMENTS FOR RENT Fenced wall to wall carpeting, air conditioners .

)\( 14460 NW 22nd Ave. Opa-locka $15 wk. FHA price $16,500, $600 down and $99 montH.
I WE. HAVE MANY MORE HOMES

;t- BUY A HOME FOR ONLY $100' DOWN
Life Realty; ker
t : Ai EARL CARROLL FORD REAITYINC. Broker


INSURANCE 4602 NW 7th AGENCY AVENUE, INC. 3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635.4595 4932 NW 7th Ave PL 9-4371

;, Velva Ransom, underwriter MERRY CHRISTMAS!! Open '7 flays Per Week Evening Tool

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CLASSUIED ADS a, ,

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vmwewnl 15 WORDS OR LESS S150. FOR ADDITIONAL: WORD. 3 "'\1 1I

ADS WEDNESDAY NOON

,

FOR RENT
FOR SALESee HELP' WANTEDDAY
Luxury house. $27 per week.

CBS, 2 bedroom, apt. $22. house this at 2 bedroom, 1 bath & NIGHTWAITRESSES
2530
Nice 1 bed. duplex. ( NW 82nd St. No
Apt $19. qualifying Call
Nice 1 bed. CBS, apt. $17.50. I''cellent !deal. Can me be for ex- Year round work. Free medi-

Good 2 bed., rear house $22. for low, low price for bought cash. cal insurance, profit sharing
Corner 1 bed. CBS Martin plan. Parking space available.JUNIOR'S .
duplex M. Berney
,
apt broker, }x ,
$19 week. 624-6983. k p,
RESTAURANTSee
CBS, 1 bed. duplex apt. $19. ---- Mr. Pete between 9:30
1 bed. porch plus Duplex apt. Merry Christmas and a Happy and 12 noon. 1:30: to 3 p.m. cM r
New '
$19.LIBERTY. Year to all. Best wishes 30th and. Collins Ave. Miami ,
for ANY '
the coming Martin ,1 tf4 '
RENTAL year. Beach.
AGENCY M. Berney, broker
624-6983.
2020 NW 62nd.street ----- -

633.7809 Home, CBS SALAD-SANDWICH ( :
beauty, FHA terms. AND GRIDDLEMAN
Come into our office and we $300 down, 2 bedroom, large Must be 'experienced.) Free : .
will show you a good living room and ,
... apt. kitchen, Hard- medical insurance. Profit
-- wood
floors in North Miami sharing plan. Parking .
space .
Lovely 2 bedroom Q '
,
CBS home. Beach. ByownerCall947-1264 available. S I ,.
$27 per week. Nice family Can be seen dailyNear 163rdSt. JUNIOR'SRESTAURANT
only. Liberty Rental Agency. Shopping Center and school.
2020 NW 62nd St. 633-7809. \'
-
--- between
See Mr. Pete 9:30
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mice : Envious cottages,617 NW 8th and 12 noon. 1:30: to 3 p.m. --.0 lL.
Very 2 bedroom CBS St. FR 1-4620. Houser
Realty. 30th and Collins Ave. Miami
duplex. $26 week. Good location -------- Beach. Student winners in the 'How, to Make Miami 'More Beautiful" essay contest Fri

202(3 NW Liberty 62nd Rental St. 633-7809.Agency, German Shepherd. 7 months ---- day (Dec. 16)) received savings bonds and radios at a luncheon sponsored by.t he

----- female $45.7596027.START An elderly women, good-na- City BeautiFication Committee. With Committee Chairman E. Albert Pol/of are from
Large room, $15 weekly in tured, Christian who wants a left, Douglas Clark Miami Edison Senior School
private home 1440 NW 42ndSt. home with a minister and family High first prize' winner; Annie Turner
phone 633-2729. to keep house and take Northwestern High School, second; Dr. Joe Hall, Supt., of Public Instruction;
--- WORK TODAY! care of a nine months old Liwy Bowers, Northwestern H'9h School, third; and Samuel Bowers, Booker

Lovely small house for 1 or A Public Service Over baby who is well'trained. 1'. Washington, fourth. Miami-Metro News Bureau photo.
2 people. $20 per week wil'! 20 Years Room & board furnished, 'also -

NE-5-5566.- Cooks Live In Maid Busboys call a 754-6865 small salary.before Please 7:30 Winners In "How To Make Miami m

Nice 1 bedroom apt.completely Dishwashers Porter a.m. or after 5 p.m.
fum. 1 block to bus line Gas Station Drivers ---- -,
and utilities call Mr.1I0ag at Hotel & Home Maids Service station attendant at I
696-2497. We Appreciate Coleman's Gulf Station, NW More Beautiful" Essay Contest
----- Your Business 5th St. and 3rd Ave.
Lovely room for nice clean -----
person only. All convenience. A Wanted: 10 route men to call Miss Alice, Mac-
FR 9-8332 Four prize winners were to Annie Turner 1067 NW Mooney,
and
759-6026. notions on stores apply selling at Eagle toys Toy announced Friday (Dec. 16)) 66th St Annie, a student at Vicar and Mrs. Helen Spach,
---- in the annual high school Northwestern Senior members of the beautification -
Furn. 1 bedroom apt. with lt' 534 N. Miami. Ave House, 731 NW 20th. Street. High
committee.
Good Commission. "How To Make Miami School, received a$100savings -
yard 2426.and porch. Call OX 1- -- -- ., More Beautiful" essay con- bond from Biscayne Essay con test cochairmanMrs.
test sponsored by the City of Federal Savings and Loan Thelma Vansteenberg
New CBS two bedroom Miami Beautification Comm Assn. and a radio from Flor- and Ed Parnell praised the
765 NW 69th St. Free water apt., LOOK WHO IS HERE ittee. ida Power and Light Co. originality shown Inthehun-
gas and stove. Adults pre- Douglas Clark, 420 NE dreds of essays submitted.
ferred. 90th St., a student at Miami Mvvy Bowers, 751 NW "Many contestants," they
Rev. J. Parker Edison Senior High School, 63rd Ter., also a student at pointed out, "suggested
2 bedroom house. 5565 NW received first place honors at Northwestern, won third practical steps for beautifying -
24th Ave. Call 758-1505. Miami Edison Senior High place honors, receiving a Miami and we are con-
School received first place $25 savings bond from fident their Ideas can be put
2 bedroom CBS, clean, adults The Lone Eagle of honors at an awards lunch- WLBW-TV and a radio into effect by the beautification -
only.PL Fenster Realty, Broker, eon in the Columbus Hotel. from the powercomp any. committee.
9-8779. Clark was presented $100 Samuel Matthews 717 The committee's Buildingof
--
A' Merry-Christmas: and a Baton Rouge, La. savings bonds by Radio Sta- NW Second'' Ave., student at the Month Award for 1>>-'

Happy New Year. To'our tion WQAMandFlorldaNa- Booker T. WashingtonSenior cember was presented by
tional Bank and Trust Co. High School, won the Chairman E. Albert Pallot
many satisfied home buyersand Is here to help you and whatsoever you are in need
friends and a radio receiver by Florida fourth place prize, receivinga to Morris Burk, representing -
may the home of. This .man of God will help you. I don't care what
radio from F. P. and L. the Professional Arts
bring you lots of happinessand Power and Light Co.
joy in many years to you need, God through me, will help you. There is Second place prizes went Judges were Mrs. Claire Center, 1150 NW 14th St.
come and to our prospective no job too hard for God. He has something for you

buyers, a Happy Holiday sea- from his mouth to your ear. And from his hand toyour
son, and if you are in need of hand. For appointment, Call: CHILDCAREWill
buying a home,' "This is our take very good car., of
speciality. Call us" Fenster your child in my home. 759-
Realty, Broker, PL, 9-8779. 754-8035 8335.
I NEED YOU

FOR SALE Address: TELL OURADVERTISERS

i3 bedroom HOUSEMEN, PORTERS, CHEFS, BUTLERS,

$1000.00 down payment. No 1187 NW 63rd St. YOU SAW IT IN THE BARTENDERS, WAITERS, COOKS, CHAUF-
qualifying. CBS, only five

years old. Modem style with TIMES FEURS, MAIDS,WAITRESSESHOUSEKEEPERS, -
jalousie windows and terrazzofloors

on large comer lot. BABYSITTERS, COMPANIONS, COOKS, GARDENERS
Biscayne Realty,Inc.(broker) 1 HOLIDAY GREETINGSTO
759-8600. Career AND MAINTENANCE MEN.
ALL OUR FRIENDS
Three Bedroom CALL 534-5300 24 HOURS A DAY

house CBS with Fla porch. Hugh Positions Christmas Specials FOR A PERSONAL INTERVIEW
with laundry room, garage -
fenced yard in perfect $500 per month to start. 45
condition. 12500.00 FHA current openings for 44 NW 47 TERRACE All Applicants Must Present

with no closing costs. Bis- POLICE OFFICER. For $250 down, FHA, 2 bedroom, CBS, Fla room
cayne broker) 21-29, who are
Realty, Inc. ( young men
759-8600. high school graduates.Paid plus screened porch. Excellent condition in and
--- vacation; insuranceand out. Nice and Clean. References, Be Highly

No Closing Costs pension plans; paid
CBS in, gorgeous condition. sick leave; nine paid holidays DRIVE BY THESE THEN CALL EHISON

Two air conditioners, wall to ; other fringe benefits ((1)) 1461 NW 92nd St. Being sold on FHA terms. Experienced and Dependable
wall
carpeting throughout.Has and job security.
Extra, extra specials
,
separate garage, fenced yard, Very large CBS homeson
sprinkler system. Spotless. 59 LABORER positions 75x110 lot. Tile roof, dining room, Fla room, li)

Biscayne Realty, Inc. (broker) also available. $1.79 to bath, large garage, reverse cycle air conditioner./ 534-5300 Mr. Abbott

759-8600. $1.95 hours, 40 hour week Wall to wall carpeting, fenced ya rd. Only $16,500to-
-- Medical examination required tol.
Furnished but no written exam
$300 down. No qualifying. for laborer positions. ((2)) 825 NW 84th St. $300 down. FHA, CBS, terrazzo -

Move in for New Year's.Niceclean Apply at City of Miami floors, carport. County taxes only. L................................................Ml4....
CBS, completely fum.
Personnel Office, 3318
Full Biscayne price Realty only, Inc.$8950.00(broker), Pan American Drive, 2nd ((3)) 60 NW 42nd St. Lovely CBS Duplex. $450 Miami Times

7598600. Floor. down, FHA, 2 bedroom. each side. Terrazzo 6740 N.W. 15th Avtnue
-Dec. 30
floors, carport, county taxes only. Miami Florida 33147
No Closing Costs ,
CBS with oak floors, jalousie
windows, large kitchen, will ((4)) 438 NW 59th St. 4 turn. CBS, units $16,000 Dear Sir: s ss
be painted inside and out. total. No qualifying. Only' $3,000 down.
Only $9800 FHA with no s Enclosed please find the sum of S_
closing costs. $70 per month STORE FOR RENT2C5 WE HAVE MANY HOMES AND DUPLEXES,
Pays all. Biscayne Realty, FHA TERMS OR NO QUALIFYING.YOU to cover tote; cost of a _,_ subscription to
Inc. (broker) 759-8600. GranJ Avenue
---- Coral Gables CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR the Miami Times .

No qualifying. No qualifying. ..k. Con be us.dfor $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING'
at 2 bedroom 1735 1 bath, CBS. See at $20 per barb.cu.w candy, DISPLACEDAND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY. j Alail I Paper To :
NW 74th st. Call
parlor, drycleaner
beauty
once. Low down payment. groc.ry, Address -
real estate, Insurance
Martin M. broker, 624- *,
Berney,
6983. what ever, us.one YOW Items U,.lre.or EDISON REALTY, Realtors City .State Zip Code _


Have cellent 2 deals.Duplexes.Call Both me ex-at PHOHE 865-3232 175 N.W. 62nd St 751-2441 Sis Month $3 00 One Yr. $5 00 TWO Yrs. $9.00THE

once. for information. MartinM. y..... ..!!.!'"''''.....S..I........
Berney, broker, 624-6983.



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26 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 23, 1966


I Christmas Stocking Story 1 v ; F ) Te&rm


'Ir- I cookie.. .,
,Christmas Eve, the bells
were ringing, the lights were cook
twinkling,, not even a mouse
was through the house All

the"Exactly children 12:00 were: fast o'clock.asleep." [' 1\\ ..wlijr not?

Down the chimney came Santa
with all the toys He placed,
them around the tree very Luscious cooking makes swinging parties!
quickly, And gee, he smackedone
of those Christmas stock. The "in" teen has had a gala and and exciting time
imp, and back up the chimneyhe preparing goodies for holiday entertaining and perhapsshe

went. (or he) even has had the thrill of surprising mom
and dad (and their guests, too) with dishes and delicacies
The day of Christmas the
which have proved a teen CAN cook why not?
children opened their :
presents ] this evidence of "know "
Encouraged by your how
Tom took one look at :_
__
the French bicycle and then __ <'111I""'........ .. __ --- now's the time your thoughts spin with plans for the approaching -
tl asked"Where is my stocking?" New Year and a New Year's Day party. For,
:''i1 Emma Instead of a real stocking GCOD LUCK BARBECUE these parties have a special sort of appeal. Gaiety is the
By Lou Lanier filled with toys,it was a holiday BARBECUED BLACK-EYE PEAS'' guest of honor, and your thoughts are on a bright future
"I' t l t', Once there was a little boy stocking cookie filled ahead a future that offers more chances to prove that
i by the name of Tom, who had with nuts, Hershey candy and Ring out the old and bring in the new with Barbecued the kitchen and the kitchen range are fun as well as challeng-

no parent to care for him. The cherries. Tom was so surprised Black-Eye Peas. All-purpose barbecue sauce adds a ing.With
most important thing he wanted and thrilled, he forgot spiced flavor this "good-luck" bean casserole. empasls on that note, the teen hostess or host lets
for Christmas was a bicycle. about his French bicycle. midly to imagination run its full course and ingenuity comes to the
4' During Christmas, my forefront in unique ideas from invitations to table set-
grandmother baked all kinds of I wish everybody a Merry Well it's almost time to say goodbye to 1966 and helloto tings and decorations, on through menu-planning and
'"" cookies. My favorite cookie Christmas and a Happy New the bright new year. I wonder what happed to 1966; it serving. Invitations might suggest a peek into the future;
was the Christmas stocking Year. seemed to pass so rapidly. Plansnowarein the making for decorations could carry out the "outer'space" theme with
f 1967 .- how to welcome )it and what to do with it once Interesting lighting effects, using blue Christmas tree lights
it is here. Down through theyearstherehav been so many behind mists veiling.
Christmas Stockings superstitions about welcoming in the New Yearandwhat to The ceiling might be disguised by suspending aluminum-
I do on New Year's Day that I justcan't keep track of them. foil stars, rocket ships in flight andyellow baloons as
One superstition does stand out in my mind and I'm sure planets. A pretty table in the living room is the main point
1! Cookies you have heard it, too: if you want to have good luck all 1 of interest for the party punch, tangy"with the addition of
year be sure to partake of black-eye peas on New Year's Rea Lemon bottled lemon juice to taste. A silver bowl

:, 34 cup shortening ter. Place one piece of chocolate Day. Where this idea got started I do not know, perhaps in centerpiece with silver or blue ornaments (left over from
V4 cup buttercup one cherry quarter, the southern states where black-eye peas are an all-year Christmas decorations) flanked by tall white candles add
Mt sifted confectioner'ssugar nuts. Mold dough around and favorite. Whatever its origin, the word has spread through beauty and charm. .
I> shape into roll 3" long. Placeon theyears and people from all over follow this ritual of eat- If you want to go "way out" string picture wire above
lisp vanilla ungreased baking sheet ing black-eye peas sometime between midnight December 31 the table, suspend a toy space ship, tiny silver stars and
V4 tsp. almond flavoring turning end of roll to form and the end of New Year's Day.Ifyou'reoneofthemanythatfollowthis. yellow planets hanging from threads of different lengthsand
2'4 cup all purpose flour foot of stocking. Bake 8 to 10 good luck omen, have a few "Martians" descending from the space
H tsp. salt minutes. Makes about 3 dozen. this recipe for Barbecued Black-Eye Peasshouldbeon your ship (hang each on strings which get longer in length).
+ 9 candied cherries, quartered Make the Martians out of round ornaments with painted.on .
New Year's
Day menu.
4 cup broken nuts features'and use taped-on cleaners for and
pipe
t barbecue adds just the right amount of arm
!' cup semi-sweet chocolate or EASY CREAMY ICING All-purpose sauce legs the more of these the more "mod" your Martians!
in spicy seasoning to this bean casserole and really providesthe
Hershey kisses pieces 1 sifted confectioners'sugar Place a few more of you little"outer-worlders"on the table,
cup It be the
flavor secret. Already prepared, can kept on
perhaps on their way up the sides of the punch bowl.
Mix shortening, sugar, flavorings pantry shelf and added right from the bottle.
Of have
'4 tsp. salt course, you'll piles of paper napkings, an as-
well. Sifting flour and Vt tsp. vanilla Your family and friends will be pleased that you chose sortment of could cuts, with slices of buttered bread or
measure. Blending flour and such delightful to Insure them "good luck" for the
a
1V4 tbsp. cream way crackers; prepare lots of sandwiches or hot dogs and ham
salt Chill into one hour.shortening mixture. Vi tsp. red or green food coming Happy New Year.Barbecued. burgers, with plenty of pickles, mustard, ketchup and re-
Heat food coloring lishes; stock up on snacks and potato chips to serve with
oven to 400 degrees f. Peas
Black-Eye
In palm of hand pat 1 level' Blend sugar, salt, and fla- 3 cups (1 pound) dried black-eye peas dips; load the cookie and candy trays. Remember finger
and fork foods are easy to eat and make the clean-up
tbsp. dough into oblong about voring. Add cream to make easyto 2 teaspoons salt
3x1'". It dough seems to spread. Add food coloring. ,job a snap!
dry,
1 smoked ham hock or 6 slices bacon, cut in half
For unusual dessert
u really whip us fruit
carefully add a few drops of Spread on cookies with spatulaor a tempting
cream. Lengthwise down cen- pastry brush. 1.1/2 quarts water parfait, simple to make and glamorous to serve. Frozen
1/2 cup all-purpose barbecue sauce fruits are plentiful in your grocer's freezing compartments.
1 small onion, chopped ( NOT:: This recipe makes only 4 to 6 servings, and If
+ 1 tablespoon molasses you've Invited more than that, ask mother oranother older
S Sr'
Wash peas. Cover with water and soak overnight. Drain person to help you add enough of the Ingredients to the
and rinse peas. Place peas, salt, ham hock, and water in a basic recipe to meet your serving requirements ).
large heavy saucepan. Cover. Bring to a boll. Reduce heat
and simmer about45 minutes, or until peas are just tender. vu1. Hod13h

Stir frequently adding additional water, if necessary to pre-
vent sticking. Add barbecue sauce, onion, and molasses. vL.E5 YFhbMFRC
Add additional water, if necessary. Cover and continue to
simmer about 2hours longer,or until peas arc well cooked. f / // V F
Stir occasionally. Add water as necessary to keep mixture kNrt.NDLtj
from sticking. Serve with cooked rice, if desired. Makes
i about 7 cups or 6 to 8 servings.
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$5 a year LEMON-FRl'ITPARFAIT;

1 envelope unflavored gelatin

1/2 cup sugar
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2 eggs, separate yolks and whites using two mixing

Williams Beauty Salon 1.1/3 cups bowls milk .

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When your turn to serve aFter the/ dance comes, 2488 NW 54th Street 3 cup sugar
h surprise and delight your guests with Coffee Flavored Phone: 634-9349 1 pint sugared fruit ( or sweetened frozen fruit )
I Eggnog and Chocolate Fruit Bars. Instant dectifeinated Combine gelatine, 1/2 cup sugar1, salt slightly beaten
We wont to thank all our friends for helping to make yolks and milk. Cook over low heat until mixture thickens.
coffee is used in the eggnog, so your guests may drink Remove from heat and
i this for slowly add ReaLemon bottled
a prosperous year us. Hop to continue our
1 as much as they like and still sleep like a log. service with a Merry Christmas and a Prosperous lemon juice. Cool, Chill until mixture begins to thicken.
New Year to all. !Heat egg whites' until fluffy. Slowly add 1/3 cup sugar and
I continue to beat until egg whites are stiff ( They should
Mays Grads Select Air Force stand up in peaks ). Fold lemon mixture into egg whites.
Alternately spoon into parfait (or tall) glasses a layer of
1 the lemon mixture, then a layer of the fruit. When glassesare
Graduates of the 1966 At that time he
Program. 3/4 full,top you r lemon-fruit parfait with whipped cream.
I Mays High School, Senior was officially a member of
Class conceivably could hold the Air Force Reserve, and
an alumni gathering at a U. had a reservation to depart t
', S. Air Force installation. 22 on active military duty on : : M't_ r r .e
Carver Ranches Fire
graduates have already December 7th. Following De-
liested In the Regular Air nold's basic training and Air Carver partment members rode up and
down
the streets in West Hollywood -
,. Force this year through the Force technical training, hewill giving away fruits,
Cutler Ridge Recruiting Of- be assigned to an active Ranches candy and gifts to the child-
I'' fice. With the departure of duty Air Force base wherehe it ren. I think this was a fine

Atnold T. McKay, the 18- community project. Hope next
year old son of Mr. and will utilize his new-found i News&y year will be better. Walter
+1 Mrs. Owen K. McKay 869 skills as a member of the I Blatch, president.
,' SW 7th Street of Homestead, Aerospace Team. Individ- &y Bewe Bowe's Barber Shop of
5' Florida to basic training on uals interested in knowingmore I West Holly wood wishes all its
A December 2d, the 22markwas about how to fulfill their 1 South Broward VFW Post relatives, friends and patrons,
reached. Arnold will be military obligation in "Air : No. 8195, West Hollywood, is a very Merry Christmas and a i
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4' trained in the Mechanical Force, Blue" are Invited to '..firr making plans for its New Happy New Year. Also Elea- J
: Year's Eve party at the nor's Salon of Beauty sends
contact their nearest Air !1 Post
career aptitude area following located at 4816 SW 17th. greetings for a Happy Christ-
his 6-wetks of basic train Force Recruiter for forma- i 1 Mrs. Chisolm WlIIial" All
Mary Bryant, Sybil Vera. neighboring posts are invited.. mas.
ing In Texas. McKay was enc tion. His number Is listed I and Mrs. Ada Williams, Prop. Post 5693, we are looking
listed on October 10th in the In the "Yellow Pages" under J for you Folia Boyd commander -
r Air Force's Delayed Enlisted V. S. (;t.wrnm en t". I ; Charles Hart, adjutant. I


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I i> jieasion --- -- rttttng llff' SPECIALS GOOD I IIII"'IWIII""Wl

THRU DECEMIER 24, 1966 .

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28 THE MIAMI TIMES., Friday.. December 23.196&. --

Enos Newbold Gunned NAACP New

I y. MembershipsNear
Down In New YorkEnos


Newbold, 32, was The gunman approached 200,000 s ,
shot to death Sunday as he Newbold witnesses said, as P ,, yAfrr'' N d r br
sat reading a newspaper in he sat with a newspaper be- NEW YORK "Recent
a New York hotel lobby. fore his face and fired three reports indicate that our
Newbold was a brother shots, two of them going NAACP goal of 200,000 ad-
of Holton Newbold, an ad- through the paper and strik- ditional new or renewed memberships '
mitted dope peddler whose ing the victim! in his face. will be reached by S d.."'tw d
testimony recently helped to New York police said the end of the year," says
convict threefederalandclty Ncwbold's Miami addresswas Miss Lucille Black, the As-
officers on bribery charges. 4029 N. W. 15th Ave. sociation's secretary for mem-
Two years ago Newboldwas He had entered the hotel a bership. '
charged with white short time earlier, bought a ").4 a matter of fact, we
slavery. He was sitting in newspaper and told the night think our total membershipby
(\ the end of 1966 well
:J1r the Wilthom Hotel when he clerk he was waiting for a may "
exceed that of last year
.1,1;j. was killed at 6:30: am friend. she ,adds. "Everything dei i Ig4
-pendj upon what the branchesdo
I t 'r. Christmas at Post Office ,how Next hard two weeks.they work" ,duringthe J i ,
Life Membership figures o
Postmaster E M. Dunlap day and the post office will already' show an increase of +
announced today that all be not open for business. 3,500 enrollees over last J Air
mail availableforregularde- Service will be limited to the year, Throughout its 57-year I T t
""* livery would be delivered on delivery of special delivery history, the NAACP has always -
Saturday, December 24, mail and parcels containing found the biggest surge t
1966, and normal Saturday perishable matter. of membership takes placeatthe
window service will be end of the year.
provided Administrative offices -I I
will be dosed.
'U On Christmas Day, De Dr. Charles Cushman
ll'' cember 25, the post office ILdi
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will not be for business ,,
open 5
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and service will be limited OptometristMoved 5. i. : "
to the delivery of special i': K..rr. 4 s9 s9'i. :
delivery mall and parcels from 6321 NW 22nd Avenue
containing perishable matt _
.1 j t. ''*" ter. No to mail post will office be boxes.distributed To 8101 NW 22nd Ave.

i'l' Collections will be made In''
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,{' posted accordance on street with schedules collection Hours: 3-8 p.m. Monday thru Saturday THIS IS THE TIME FOR US TO SAY

''I'i' boxes.Monday, December 26, 691-8749 i I THANK YOU
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\ will be observed as a holiif .jI

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Candied Sweet Potatoes Ass't Dinner Rolls

Green Peas "Traditional"Butter

Ass't Dinner Rolls Peas & Hog Jowls

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Shellman, Lavonne Langford. i Served 12:00 Noon Served 6:00 P.M.:
Price: $2.50 Price $3.50
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