The Miami times
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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: December 31, 1966
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00448

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"k ti The four are believed to be
with harrassment.
It should be quite a while up
T before another teenage school Hayward Williams, 17, of the same boys who disrupteda
dropout acts foot on a school 1320 NW 63rd Terrace, was class at Booker T. Washing oj i
campus to harass kids seeking picked up by police a few ton School last Tuesday and .
an education. blocks from the school where fled, said Detective Sgt. Er-
Municipal Judge Gerald witnesses said he slugged 17- nest Hayes. t
Tobin sounded a warning to year-old Clarence Winfield.
the young hoodlums Tuesday Stuckey, Bruton and Hodge ( .
,' y when he sentenced four Charged with disorderly were charged with disorderly ;:
dropouts to a total of 210 conduct were Andrew Stuckey, conduct and sentenced to 60 Ii
days and $1,500 In fines for 17, of 1320 NW 61st St.; Ce- days. Williams, a Job Corps
.," starting a disturbance at dric Bruton, 18, of 1545 NW trainee visiting home got 30 I
Northwestern Senior High. 68th Street and Alls ton Hodge days for assault and battery
Said Judge Tobin, "Let Jr., 17, of 3130 NW 67th st. on a hall monitor at the school.
this be fair warning to drop- They were arrested on the All sentences will be servedin
outs. The courts will not put school grounds. solitary confinement.

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"Oh, excuse, me. You'renot The woman has not been known, was killed Monday f
the one," a woman reportedly apprenhended.Police night following a card game I
said after she walk- said that two fracas at 1935 NW 4th Ave.,

..,...,...",.". ,,-...-..., -.... --. ed up to two men on a comer persons were hospitalized police said.Alex Junior Irvin, I 0
and shot one of them, woundIng Sunday evening as the .outcome 38, of 1614 NW 1st Ct., has
The Supremes, those/ seplan songbirds now at the Deauvi lie's Cassanova Room him seriously. of a shooting which resulted been arrested and charged

fi on Mom Beach/ are quite/ a sensor/on./ .The safe of fneft rec 9re/ o/td, their' XV bookings James Layette( ,'32, of 260 'the ,Society. from Cafe an argument, 1944 NW at with- Police second reported degree that murder.from ,' ,
tell/ the of their popularity. NW 8th St. was the '
story victim; 3rd Avenue. Christmas Eve to 6 p.m. Mon-
They are Diana Ross, Florence Bollard and Mary Wilson// all of Detroit, Michi- As he lay crumpled on the The victims were Jo Ann 'day,there were eleven persons
payment, the woman turned to Perkins, 19, of 428 NW 8th shot, 52 burglaries-three of

gan* The girls' performances have been drowning adults and teenagers alike,and'each 9th Larry St.Shuler and ,as 20 he, of ran 475, shot NW St. and Lavern Cooper, 29, of them violent in crimes churches including, and other the
2126 NW 5th Ave.Three other
be hit with the audience.
songseems to a him in the back, police said. .
persons,were reported wound robbery two women as they
,ed slightly. placed a wreath on a grave at

I --'TRi t1.iifi8_! !I.f iftQ1NEW' ''Negro J Albert Miller, address Newsman un- Miami Cemetery. to "L '

YORK A review of recent civil-rights progresshas order to help combat apathy and despair and build leader- ,
found that despite some economic gain, Negro un- ship and self-reliance for the development of the poor's
employemnt remains double that of white, and 48 per political power. Catholic, Protestant and Jewish groups \
cent of Negro families with children must be classified became heavily involved in community-wide activities to Visit N. Viet Nam
as "poor". On the positive side, total jobs for Negroes develop anti-poverty programs and projects. '
have increased 3. 5 per cent, and the unemployment rate Unions in all parts of the United States have been Involved -
for married Negro men whose homes were not disruptedby in many projects, such a work-training and experiencefor .
divorce or separation is less than 2 per cent the sameas "hard to serve" unemployed youths; making available Louis Lomas, Negro au- Before flying back to his
for white men in the same category.The to agencies in communities of poverty youth work-teams thor, TV personality and cri- liras Angeles home Monday to
32-page pamphlet entitled The Civil Rights Story, for maintenance, repair and rehabilitation services, times tic of the Viet Nam war, wentto leave for Asia Tuesday, Lo-
waS written by Harry Fleischman, coordinator of race linked with a part-time return to school program,and train- Washington Friday to hearthe ma*.met with Leonard linger,
administration's before deputy assistant
I relations activities and director of the National Labor ing community action workers. In Cincinnati,example, leaving for Hanoi.case East Asian and secretary for
Pacific af-
1 Service of the AMERICAN JEWISH COMMITTEE. the AFL-CIO Labor Council co-sponsored a unique program
who is
Last summer Lomax ap- key official on
Founded in 1906, the COMMITTEE is America's pioneer with the Neighborhood Youth Corps and the city'sUrban
plied for a visa to visit North Viet Nam. He also saw other
Rehabilitation Division, in which skilled union crafts-
human relations agency. Viet Nam and during the past Viet Nam specialists as wellas
The report traces the mounting Negro bitterness and men, at prevailing wages, trained and supervised crews week,he suddenly received a Philip B. Heyman, acting
frustration at the slow pace of desegregation and guaranteesof of youth in repairing rundown houses in poor neighborhoods telegram telling him to cometo head of the Bureau of Security -
equal opportunity that culminated in riots in the North owned by persons who qualified for rehabilitation Phnom Penh,Cambodia, for and Consular Affairs.
in 1964 and 1965. grants of up to $1,500 from the Federal Housing Admi- the trip to Hanoi. "I wasn't giving{ any orders -
None of the traditional civil; rights organizations were nistration. The 44-year-old Lomax demands made
In an analysis of desegregation of schools in the'South will be the first American were ;
able to establish real strength in the Northern ghettos, and I'm not an agent of the State
the Student Non-violent Coordinating Committee (Snick) the report found that betwwen5 and 7.5 per cent of the total newsman to go with a valid Department," Lomax said. He
rejected ties with labor, liberal, church groups, other civil Negro pupils were attending classes with whites In 1956. passport-if he makes it. The added that, "Basically, they
rights organizations and the Federal Government and Most critiscism for this situation, characterized as "paper State Department has removed wanted to give me a handful
attack them all as "The Eatabl1 hment." The Congress of compliance and continued segregation,"was leveled at the the usual prohibitionto of American position paper so
travel to North Viet Nam I would know what I talking
freedom of choice approach usually adopted by school am
Racial Equality (CORE) moved toward becoming a predominantly for some 43 newsmen and 10 about."
t Negro led organization, downgrading the leader- districts because "officials rightly anticipated that it would other persons, but Lomax Lomax said on the dispute I
ship role of many whites who have been its long-time result in the least integration." This method "placed the will be the first to obtain a whether U.S. planes, recently ,\. ))1{
leaders, even founders.The burden of desegragation 0 n Negro parents who were visa.Lomax bombed Hanoi, "If we bonbed
eruptions ot violence, and the failure of legislation subjected to Intimidation and economic reprisals." explained to reporters it, I'll see it and I'll say It." I
to little more than a dent in the pattern of living for most Turning to the effect of the 1965 Voting Rights Acts, that, the purpose of Robert J. McCloskey,
of the nation's 20,000,000 Negroes, "increasingly con- the report noted that in the first three months followingits his one-week trip is to Interview State Department spokesman,
vinced civil rights leaders that niether civil rights per se passage "170,000 Negro voters were added to the rolls President Ho Chi :said Lomax had received the
: nor desegregation would bring about the desired change," In the seven Southern states affected by it" However, Minh and Premier Pham Van. same sort of briefing available I
the report states. These leaders further agreed on the urgent as registrations slowed to a trickle, Negro groups called Dong, visit American prisoners > .to anyone going to Viet-

need "for a radical change in the economy and an all-out for affirmative Federal steps to encourage registration.The _and ,see."the_country._,nam. __.___._____...-
attack on poverty, unemployment and slums." Justice Department responded by sending federal examiners "a5.a' .., '..>t" ,!L /.."' Ji J
A. Philip Randolph, president of the AFL-CIO Brother- Into 16 additional counties and by filing its first c, THOUGHT.FORTHE.WEEKi:
hood of Sleeping Car Porters and chairman of the Negro voting-Intimidation suit It also brought suit in the federal "" i rc
American Labor Council, the report notes, headed those courts to challenge the legality of the poll tax In Texas, The'clock of life is wound
who called for a coalition of white and black Americans Mississippi, Alabama and Virginia.In but once, no nan has the power

as the only hope for the Negroes. One of their most ar- the area of State Civil Rights legislation, the report h To tell just where the hands t i 4i '
1 ticulate spokesmen, Bayard Rustin, recognized the need points out that today 71 per cent of all Americans are covered i will stop, at late or early hour..
for "white allies," trade unionists, liberals and religious by state fair employment and public accommodation It. ITo lose one's wealth is sad w :sg a '
groups the forces that passed the Civil Rights and Voting laws; 52.5 per cent by laws against housing discrimination, indeed; to lose one's, healthis ;
Rights Act who, together with the Negroes, would become and 30.5 per cent by fair education laws. However, Negro more
d the "effective political majority in the United States." The protection under such laws is far below white because 4rt To'laseone's'soul is such a a.
Southern Christian Leadership Cnference, NAACP and many live in Southern states where no civil rights laws ; loss as'no one can jestoro. x

Urban League strongly backed this approach. have been adopted. The present is our own,'live, h o

Civil rights groups took an active part in the war on The review also covers enforcement of civil rights legislation : love/toil with will. .\/,,
poverty, declared the report, particularly promoting the ; the prevalence and effect of discrimination injustice; Place no faith in',Tommorowtl
Community Action programs and encouraging the poorto action by religious groups, Jewish secular agencies and for,the clock tray then be still.17.
take part in protest activities, such as rent strikes, in labor organizations in the civil rights movement.

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THE MIAMI 1 TIMES !S "w1yl f4e$ :T :!.c > .

Junior College Branch in Downtown, Urban Renewal Area

gestion such a warm reception said that the study should be
Miami's Housing Authority, on Friday. He said that 'made by Miami-Dade Junior
Chairman Martin Fine suggested the proposal should have College officials.
Thursday to the Down- presented to the junior
town Development Authoritythat been college advisory board .V> Dr Peter Masiko,Jr.MoDJC
the Miami-Dade County see how it figures in the'Iannin"before president, _said he has "an
Junior College branch be put it was airedi n open mind" on the question.
into an urban renewal area front of other agencies." But planning so far has beenon
Instead of downtown.He the basis of a f.cilltywlth-
viewed the locating of The downtown junior col- in walking distance of the
the branch college in one of lege campus, he said, is con- community's business and
the city's urban renewalareas sidered "part of the concept civic center."
as a "natural force for of rejuvenating this sectionof Ferdie, said, as fair as the
integration." Miami." The location was new campus on integration,
chosen also to permit studentsto "I personally don't believe
The housing chairman walk to class from their the location of the junior college -
said that the college facilityin jobs in downtown stores and in and of itself will detract -
a renewal area would give businesses.The from or contribute to
s private investors developing the integration of any part of
,M r adjoining properties assurance authority voted to ask Dade County."He also pointed
r that the area would not be Doxiadis Associates, now out the problems of parkingand
one that would go rushing toward
developing a comprehensiveplan transportation that will
blight, and noted that for downtown Miami, to have to be faced if the down-
the students and faculty will study the proposal. Ferdie town location is rejected.
i iI be integrated.

Attorney Fine predictedthat
the urban renewal location UTTER TO THE EDITOR:
I would remove barriers to
I getting federal' funds for the Gentlemen:
educational project.
We note with appreciation the news items and photo

r snatsss.arses.. .m ss sivisual The federal governmenthas graphs on Negro military men as appearing in your issue
turned down an application for the week ending December 17, 1966. You are ren-
At this time when more and and audible. cardiac M.D., Chief-of-staff; James asking for $5 million for service continue
dering a patriotic as to give
more emphasis is on saving control. Today this is a very Hogan, M.D., member of the purchasing land, razing structures you spaceto
the life of the heart patient, successful way to treat car- Board of Trustees Mr. Julius and developing site fora service and achievements of these young men. In thus
Christian Hospital is proudto diac arrhythmias and emer- Smith, donor and benefactor three-block branch location supporting their morale you help our manpower program
announce that a Lawn gency resuscitation action in Mrs.0.Robert Love, publicity 'of Miami-Dade Junior College by keeping their families informed.
Cardioverter has been installed the case of cardiac arrest. chairman Col. Claude C. in the downtown area.
for the use of all doc- Christian, Hospital is most Clark, chairman of the Board Regards and Season' Greetings.,
tors on the staff. This Car- grateful to Mr. Julius Smith, of Trustees; and Col. JJdwin' Because of a Florida Su-
dioverter gives the surgeon the donor. Poage, P.A.A.M.A., hospital officials
ruling, U. S. Sincerely yours,
anesthesiologist and clini- Pictured from left to right: administrator Johnson of preme
W. M. Patterson, M.D. Cardiologist Miami photo. said that the downtown loca-
cian complete of
a system ; George Simpson, tion, though blighted, was not James C. Evans, Counsellor
eligible for the renewal fund. Office of the
Assistant Secretary of Defense
,Miami Mayor Robert King
I High,authroity chairman, said
I '\ f. he is "convinced that the
'; ., -. downtown location for the
I, : location for the junior college
--, ... la dead-at least for three or THE NILE RESTAURANTEXOTIC
'JI I four or five years."
f '. 'j Authority member Harold (Known from Coast to Coast)
j Landfield agreed with Fine'sproposal 4300 Seventh Avenue -Miami Florida
., but VicechairmanPaul HOME OFt BARBECUED LAMB & CHICKEN
Walker said he was reluctant HALAAL (KOSHER)
downtown location was dead. W. cater your private functionsTry
Our World Famous Bean Pie and Akbar Coffee
Ainslee Ferdie, chairman
of Dade's Urban
Agency did not give the,suSu -

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Bright-eyed Eva Carr, 2435 NW 50th St., gets the glad hand from Santa at the Give the Gift They Will

annual Christmas party for the children at the United Cerebral Palsy Rehabilitation

Center Standing in Miami.by with some of the goodies the children enjoying; is Mrs. Philip Saul, Remember 52 Weeks Year

right, co-chairman of the Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary North Shore Post No.677,
which furnished some of the clothes', toys and refreshments. First
Subscription $5.00
Throughout the country January will be observed as National Cerebral Palsy

Month. Each Additional $3.50

All new and gift subscriptions to The Miami Times are $5.00

Many SOCIAL people SECURITY who have per year for the first subscription and $3.50 for each additional.

signed up for medicare don't through December
Subscribe to the know just what medicare will 31, 1966 only.
pay for, according to Edward
P.Blonston, Manager of Miami
Mlaml'l'J.-el North Social Security Office.

He actually explained two thatmedicareis kinds of insurance .......................................................................................................

: First, hospital insurance *
.$5year which helps pay Send to Send _
hospital bills and some skilled to
nursing home care and
second, medical insurance,
which helps pay doctor bills Address.Gty Address.Qty .
and other medical services.Mr. i
Blonston said that one
t OK a teMUHAMMAD'S e4i w/te4 eO tltt d of the questions most often
asked is whether medicine Is
MOSQUE No. 29 paid for by medicare. He explained
that the only medicines State Zip Code 2 State Zip; Code ____
paid for by medicare are drugs

Hear the lift giving teachings of the drugs furnished which by the cannot hospital be self-and ....................................................: ..................................................
Honorable Elijah Muhammad administered. i(

Many people don't realize Send to. Sendto.
that medicare doesn't pay for I
Meetings: routine physical check-ups,

SUNDAY 2:00-. At eye examinations for fitting Address.City Address

Wednesday and Friday 8:00 P. M. hearing glasses, aids examinations and ordinary for

5245 N. W. 7th AVENUE dental work.
A medicare handbook has Cry
Lifton to the Radio Edition of "Mr. Muhammad Sp. k." been mailed to everyone who
Sunday, 5 30 A. M. WFAB 990 on the Dial signed up for medicare. Mr.
6:30 A. M. WMIE 1140 on tU Dial Blonston advises everyone to State Zip Code _._ i State Zip Code _
read these handbooks and to
;. Read MUHAMMAD SPEAKS Newspaper get in touch with their social Gift card to read from
security office for any help
they need in making claims
under the medicare program. '.........4x

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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, December 31, 1966 3
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Me To Your Leader ,' /, '

Negroes Like YoungGregory, "."'." i

Randolph; Whites Favor 4

Wilkins Bunche., MarshallA

special national survey NAACP, Ralph Bunche, undersecretary 15 per cent, not sure.For the
assessing Negro leadership at the U.N. and college grads 50 per cent, ,;
shows that there is a sharp Thurgood Marshall, U. S. helping; 41 percentnothelpJ -
division both among white solicitor general. ing; 9 per cent,not sure
and Negroes as to who is Whitney Young, head of The Harris Survey Indi-
who.Most the Urban League; A. Philip cated that the wealthy and
Negroes feel that Randolph, elder statesmanof better educated segment of f.,',; ''t L I s.L
Martin Luther King, civil the dvIl rights movement; white America Is far more ,. ,,{ t! ,p. '
rights leader, ishelpingtheircause Floyd McKlssick, head of sympathetic with the civil
far more than he is CORE; and Dick Gregory, rights movement than those
hurting It. By a 3-2 margin, the comedian all were on in the lower Income and edu-
whites believe he is setting the negative side of the whites cational brackets.The .
back the cause. but were favorable to Ne- survey also shows that
New York's Rep. Adam groes.A Negroes are becoming more
Clayton Powell,who is facing card was sent out with critical of Powell and Car-
legal and other difficul- the name and identificationof michael, and that among the GREATER MIAMI URBAN LEAGUE MEMBERS SPEARHEADS
ties, was rated 6 to 5 by Ne- 11 Negroes who have middle-income Negroes,
groes and 6 to 1 by whites. been in the news about civil there is a feeling that King CLOTHING PROJECT FOR NEEDY CHILDREN

Stokely Carmichael, headof rights. The cross section was too militant in pressing for During the December meeting at the home of Mrs. Ann Lindsey Packard, a dis-
SN CC and advocate of then asked: :'Tellmeforeachman integrated housing. play of clothing made by Urban League Guild members, teachers in the adult voca-
black power, was voted by if in your opinion you tional home economics staff Dade Public / viewed the
both races as having a harmful think ishelpIngorhurting County Schools, were by pro-
influence on civil rights the Negro cause of civil jects committee. Reading left to right.Mrs. Eugena Mitchell, project chairman;
progress. Black Muslims rights." WMBM J Mrs. Gwen Fisher, Mrs. Ann Lindsey Packard, guild president; Commissioner Atha-
leader, Elijah Mohammed, Among the whites with an 1490 On Your Dial lie Range, and Mrs. Maude K. Reid, co-chairman. r'
is most stronglycrltic1zedby eighth grade education or BLANCHE CALLOWAY The clothing for the children was distributed to the Holmes Elementary and
Negroes and whites less, 36 per cent believe Kingis PRESENTS Douglas Elementary Schools'in/ wishing them a Merry Christmas. -Johnson of Miami
Of the 11 tested in the sur- helping; 50 per cent say he PROGRESS photo.
vey, the only leaders receiv- is hurting and 14 per cent are REPORT ,
ing positiveendorsementsbywhites not sure; 32 per cent of the 1 Times Daily

and Negroes were high school grads say he is 8 twin., 1:55 and 10 p.m. Con .
Roy Wilkins, head of the helping; 53 percent, hurting; Charged in 1962 Murder 4

Roy Lee Young,32, a con- John Wendell Wilson, 24, who 1962 drowning murder, were
rict, has been bound over to were believed to have been exonerated by Judge Berman
Circuit Court for the 1962 participants in the April 28, at the hearing.
uurder of an Aerodexmechanic.Peace .
Justice Bernard
Berman ruled there was a pro-
bable cause for a first degree
murder charge against Young, SEPTIC. TANK TROUBLE'lWhen ?
who is serving a sentence in
Raiford Prison on a worthless 1 '
check conviction. your septic tank drain begin to give you
Young is accused of murdering trouble, don't fuss or curse, call vs. 'Chapman or
James Paul Buler by Washington NW section Coll NE 5-9089
binding his hands behind his
back with wire, and throwing
him in a rockplt. '" 24 HOUR SERVICED r ,"1
William Turner, 22, and

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Specialist Six Gary K. hostile forces in the Republicof sive knowledge was materially I
Simmons, RA-14685586 Com Vietnam during the period contributed to the effortsof .
pany B, 1st Medical Battalion1st 10 October 1965 to 10 Sept- the United States Mission
Infantry Division, son of ember 1966.Through. to the Republic of Vietnamto
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony L. Simons his untiring efforts assist that country in ridding I AGENCY
15845 NW 20th Ave., and professional ability, itself of the Communist
Opa-1 ocka. A 1956 graduate of he consistently obtained threat to its freedom. His initiative -
Northwestern Senior High outstanding results. He was zeal, sound judgment
now stationed in Kentucky, quick to grasp the implications and devotion to duty have JNC .
He served in Germany durhg of any problems with been in the highest tradition O 4n'c
the Berlin Wall Crisis 1961-63.' which he was faced as aresultof of the United States Army and o PL 9-8733 :
Specialist Simons received a the ever changing situations reflect great credit on him and
citation of the Bronze Star inherent in a counter insurgency on the military service.
Medal for distinguishing him- operation and to \.______/ ,...........................e.... :
self by outstandin(meritorious find ways and means to solve TELL OURADVERTISERS
service in connection with Those problems. The energetic PRIVATE-HOUSING RENTAL AND MANAGE- .
ground operations against application of his exten- THE LARGEST


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Church Uniforms CALL STANLEYPL A public relations department to assist you with your problems .

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4 THE Ml AMI TIMES, Friday, December 31. 1966
Negro Cops Denied Promotion, Given Riises.J .
ail Segregation Ends. '
Se -Florida is Most Integrated Southern State. To Be Equal'
Senate Confirms First Negro Woman Federal Judge.
Sept. -Cops Take Fight to State Supreme Court.

H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES Edit..wd P.,bli.1.. Florida Voters League Attend Muslim Attacks Dedication.NAACP Head. BY WHITNEY M. YOUNG, JR.

GARTH C. REEVES. ......,in| Editor October-Crowds Families.
for 300 Expressway
Housing Assured Emeutiv Director Notional Urban t..o0w I
WiLLIAM w. BRIDE City Edit.t .
Nov-Kirk Beats High in Major Upset.
STANLEY i. SWEETING.rn..etricoi Editor 31 Arrested as Sheriff's Vice Squad Strikes.

**.....> .! tK. NH.*.I M.ws,.p.f Pi.biish.rs Ass.cioti.w, Dec.-Rattlers Smash Alabama A&M 4326. The year 1966 is
Leader of 40 Mail Thieves Jailed. to it Those of u who

Ewes.d .. Sec1 CI... M.rt.r. August 9. 1927 .t the Post Twelve national church leaders have appealed to rights It was law a year which .

.! Ml_l. FUrt.., w.dsr the xt .1 M.tcfc t, 1t7 President Lyndon. Johnson against the policies and crimination in at-
practices of the United States government and its military those
Office .* 4740 NW 15th Av...>.. ,...... OX 1-0421 forces in the war in Vieb1amc l1edfor a half to tacks plement on past laws .

and peace moves without any prior commitbombing The impoverished
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" ments by Viet Cong or the Northern Vietnamese.The in riots which told
The NEGRO PRESS >.!(.*.. tUt A..lc. CM lost I." the churches of .
tfc. world f... reel.1.4 .... ..al .........,.. w.... it ..ccords > leaders represent following : and hardships by
to avary MOA ,...41..* .f raca. croaa1 .* color his, Catholic, Episcopalian, Methodist, Unitarian, Presbyterian the vast majority d
human and laoal rlglrts, Hating ... won. foot... ". ---tIN'N. Conference of American Rabbis, American He- attack on the
... Press strives 1 to Kola ."W} over In .. fin ballot that brew Congregations. measures were taken ,
all MOM art hurt oar I.sg.s .*,.*.. Is b.U bock. Administration officials admit that some American a few .hundredJobi;}
pilots had accidently struck civilian areas in North solve the conditions

THE YEAR 1966 Vietnam. and hopelessness.
Racism reared its ,

As usual,Ye Editor this week takes a look at some'. LOAN HELPS 701 where it was called "

of the captions appearing in The Miami Times daring State Superintendent of Schools Floyd Christian when of many confronted American with
the year 1966. He invites oar readers to join him in reports that the four-mocth-old college loan program might become their

taking such a glance. has provided loans totaling $504,346 for 701 students. Within the civil of
January-tate Employment Offices told to end This program provides tuition and expense moneyto "black power"
bias in employment offices, ,or federal funds would be Florida students attending institutions in Florida by proclaming the
cutt off. and other states. the real problems of
Discrimination was stopped.Mrs. The loans, with interest at six per cent, are to be the ghettos. _
Athalie Range appointed as area chairman of repaid after graduation. Students' payment will be three By year's end, on
Citizens Group to give support to Variety Children's per cent; the government will pay the other three per poverty" was faced
Hospital. cent. Congress stripped the

Henderson charges doublecross by Local Long- The loans no doubt were appreciated by the stu- "war", the ,
shoremen Officers. dents-513 of them attending institutions in Florida. the "war on
Katzenbach Promises War on Klan Terrorists. other wars the one in-
flation. In both of the
0 .
Navy to Get First Negro Chaplain.
Gestapo Tactics of Police Cause Release from In our last issue, we published a very interesting major
The in
Life Sentence. account of our educational institutions in Dade County.We war
soldiers than
Decapitated Corpse of Negro Woman Found. White are pleased to boast of our record in integration, four combat troops any
Held in Grave best in the but in the South.
Teenagers Robbery. the not only state, up only 11 percent of
Governor Calls Special Election for Bond's Seat. White and Negro teachers are in high and junior led to high interest
St. John Baptist Church Dedicates Johnson's Educational high school and 133 of the 153 elementary schools.Dr. in a variety of ways, -
Center. Joe Hall, superintendent of schools, said 69.1 building to a post-war
$2 Million Awarded for 3.000 Child Headstart Pro percent of white pupils and 41 percent of Negro pupilsare And it was a year
gram. attending integrated schools. A pretty good record. Meredith on a
Principal Clark named State Educational Consul- With the phasing out of four Negro high schools, that there are parts
tant. Northwestern will be the lone star.Maybe it's the better. and the color of a
$3.5 Million for community Child Care Center. way. assault
350 New Jobs to Help Offset Cuban Influx. .ss It was a bad
Powell Call for Shift in War on Poverty. The Florida Education Association and the Marion in it One was the
January-Families being displaced by Urban Renewal County Education Association have asked the National urban areas and the

Project, entitled to Relocation payment. Education Association to put Ocala schools on the and support is' .
Mayor Says Negroes Exploited in Drug Buys. >, black list. They say the schools in Marion County are them.committee The into hearings the "
Rutledge Wins Emancipation Essay Contest. not conducive to professional service. with which the at
Georgia Legislature Refuses to Seat Julian Bond. State and local sanctions were imposed because of the highest levels of
Five Laborers Killed, Four Injured in South Dade "deterioration of the school systemmade progressively Another cause for
Car-Crash. worse by public apathy and inadequate finances. relations agencies days"a the
CORE Sues to Integrate Florida Prisons. Sanctions will be lifted, they say, after specific recently announced "
Mississippi Terrorists Kill Civil Rights Leaders. avert action has been taken by responsible officials plan for ending
Voting Clerks Must Pass Special Exams. and community leaders to significantly improve school before the nation
February- Injured in County's Worst Traffic Ac- conditions.. and how the money is "
puts flesh and bones a
Negroes on Mossier Murder Trial Jury. "Domestic Marshall .
President Sees Publishers at White House. Other bright spots
Mrs. Athalie Range to be named on City Commis- tion Cities Program,
sion. LET'S TALK POLITICS Supplement bill, .
The elections,offer ,
Boy 13, Killed in Gun Battle.
February 11-Rev. Theodore Gibson Named Outstanding By NORMAN E JONES the even first in Negro the Deep Senator
Man of Dade
County. of Massachusetts.Taken .
Catholic Council Blasts Handling of Tragic Acci- NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTIONS all in all

dent. in America, but
Jackie Robinson Named to Rockefeller Staff. This column has the following suggestions for New to give me hope that the
$600,000 Asked to Preserve Neighborhood. Year's Resolutions.; President Johnson: immediate ending road to complete
Florida Memorial College Given 47.2 Acres in Ope- d the war in Viet Nam. Governor Kirk; appointment of .
locka.Feb. Negroes to etery state agency. Governor Burns: Complete
18 Uly White Pall Bearers and Longshoremen retirement from politics. That every city will follow the
Win $400,000 Housing Project. example of Jacksonville-- Grand Jury Investigations into I Phil 1 1I
Jobs Negroes Hold Now Have Little Future. graft and corruption and misuse of public funds.
Wage Hour Office Finds $561,446 in Back Wages Civil Rights leaden: A switch from Civil Right to Economic
Due Here. Rights. Negro educators: An emphasis on Voca- The coming of a -ot
15 Men, 5 Women Arrested in Million $ Robbery tional and business training: Negro political leaders: More reminds me of ,
candidates for public office on every level especially on the day is a cycle of
Ring.Two Republican ticket, where they will face no party primary oppo.ltion. hours,(one day and one -
More Principals Lose Schools Next March. One for
LBJ Names Negro to Federal Reserve Board. days, 5 hours 48 .
Harver Changes Story, Confesses Killing Malcolm. fraction minutes.)
Sargent Shriver: Some poverty programs, which will cycle of eclipses, a
Small Business Development Center ApprovedHere. benefit the poor instead of all the benefit accruing to the required for the
administrative staffs. A vista program which would train the moon's node:
Local Zetas Celebrate Finer Womanhood Week. the poor to aid the poor. For every Negro: To slow downon years and 11 days, -
Police Ask Crackdown on Sale of Guns. unnecessary installment buying reduce their indebtness, which eclipses ,
8,261 Negroes in Vietnam. save and invest some part of their income. turn in a similar .
FAMU Law School to Close. Every registered voter: Register at least one other person There is also a metonic
Headstart Program Causes Double Session. every month and take at least one other person with you a period of 19 years, be
April-NAACP Claims County-wide Vote Shuts out I to the polls on election day.. For all Negroes: Think in being full moon completed returns, the at for;
Negroes. terms of all other Americans and foreigners! How to earn time of the vear. : ."
1 Reid Heads Miami-Dade Junior .College Students. more money, spend less money, save more money invest
For all lie school
more Negroes pub and
money. colleges:
Mrs. Calls Chief of
Range Down on Use
a i Dogs.
the teaches time
Quit wasting ,your parent's money and your An interesting fact '
Martin Luther King speaks Here. with and classroom cycles is
11. future poor study performances.For this: the end
May-Metro Passes Gun-Control Law. all Negro organ!ration,social,professional,business, cycle means the is
Mrs. Range Receives Award at Testimonial Dinner,religious, fraternal and otfiers:1 rovide a discussion on economics another like cycle. Th e
$33,000 Raised for Variety Hospital. for a period at every meeting.For end of a day means the ,
May-Florida Medical Association Gives Negro every Negro colkgepresident and high school principal ning of a of another day e
Top Honor Award. : Engage commencement speakers from the field of of another year means the be& .
year, and ,
High Beats Bums by 86,000 Votes. business.
June-$7.2 Million Asked to Prevent More Slums.JulyOrmond '

Sampson Killed by Filling Station The Bible speaks it
Holdup Men. i' MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISED: THE cycles, too. For .
NEA Demands Teachers Integrate or Be Excluded. said to Daniel: .
Miami's Integrated Institutions Make Big Gains. I I MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY f the words, and seal the

Emergency Action Board Name. j jAugustCourt APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU.I I (even Daniel to the 12:4)time of In the -

Orders Jail Terms for Minors Caught i I THEY ARE COURTEOUS;-.D PENDABLE. Chapter I, we are : of
that Ood "Hath in
With Guns. ;
Miami Youth Gets Post in House Chamber. i days spoken unto us
Free Swimming Ordered in City Pools. Son ." These "laat .


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Former Miamian Mrs. Edna J. Nottage of St. Augus-
tine is spending the holidays with her son and his
family, The Eugene 0. Nottages.'

Friends of Mrs. Thomas W. (Isabelle Sharpe) Blue

who's a patient in Cedars of Lebanon Hospital are ,,1
speeding get-well wishes on their way and hopes she'll
be well soon.

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Bride-to-be, Regina Jollivette (now Mrs. Ronald .1,- )
Frazier) was surprised with a shower on Monday'eyen-

ing given in her honor by Venda-Rei Gibson and paulette (

Sympathy to these families in theft'loss of loved 1iLaurasteen \

ones: Roberts, McKenzie, Brooks, Thomas and Sellers.

Wedding Bells rang on Friday for Delores Pratt and
Prince A. Culmer.

Paul Young hosted a bachelor's party for Ronald
Frazier and his ushers ,
Tuesday evening. I
.' ,......

Captain Samuel R. Stewart III made the family get-

to-gether complete, when orders were changed and a Mason
chance to come home.

Weds Fletcher GibsonLaurasteen
Mrs. Marie Cooper chose Nassau for her holiday.

There she visited her daughter and son-in-law,the E. R.Hanna's .
Carswcll, Victoria Ellis
Mason was ,
and granddaughter Terah.So .
Anne Generette Carol Had-
married to Fletcher Gibsonon ,
December 26 at 4 p.m. at ley, Brenda Scott, and Madeline
did Beatrice Miller and her New York houseguestNorma
SL Agnes P.E. Church. Fr. Squire. Their dresses, .
Ambrose. Lambert Sands offidated at styled like that of the Maid of !

the ceremony Mrs. Charles Honor were of moss green; ..
Pink champagne sparkled at the home' of Mr. and Williams was organist; Prls- their headpieces of net held

Mrs. William Littles when they were host and hostessto dlla Levarity, soloist by moss green velvet roses.
the wedding rehearsal dinner for the parents and The bride, elder daughterof Their bouquets were like that
the bridal party for the Jollivette-Frazier nuptials. the Emerson Mason of of the Maid of Honor. Flower -

51st Terrace, was an April girl Cherie Caldwell and

Home for the holidays with her mother, Mrs. Sap- graduate of AM U where Carolyn Hardy wore floor } \

horia Walker, the Tolberts (Alice Guy) with children, she majored in Foreign Lan- length dresses of moss green \' 1f'i "
was a member of the brocade and net hats. They /1 "
Deorick Friday. and Jacqueline will, return to Philadelphia on National Thespians, Arch- carried white lace. baskets : / : I .,

onians, Hosts and Hostesses, filled with hot pink rose I ;
Student Union Sodables, petals. Learon N. Crawfordin ,
Women in Community Service, Inc. (V/ICS) will hosta and Canterbury Club. white satin tails served : 'I ,

Christmas party at noon Friday for girls at home on The son of Mr. as ring-bearer. ; rt
groom hj
leave from Job Corps training center.WICS and Mrs. Reubin Gibson, Jr. Leon Gibson was his broth- ,4 4JolliveueFrazier: '!':
plans the event for its volunteers to become of Marianna, Florida is a er's Best Man. Ushers included ,' ) .,;

acquainted 'with the trainees they have recruited and registered pharmacist A '64 William Archer, Lawrence

screened for the Job Corps. graduate of the FAMU Crawford, haward V. Gary ___
School of Pharmacy, he served William H. Gary, Curtis t
Houseguesting with Mr. and' Mrs. John Marks is as PolemarkoftheKappa Sylvester and Anthonly C.

Mrs. Geraldine Gaillaid ,of Washington, D.'C. Geraldineis Alpha Psi social fraternity Sweeting.A >f
Mrs. Marks' sister. was a member of Alpha Phi reception followed at
Omega service fraternity, the bride's home. Hostesseswere

Come Wednesday, January 4, 1967, you and your Men's Senate and listed inWho's Mesdames Geneva Barnes
Thelma H.
Byrd, Gladys
friends d'school of the Who Among Studentsin
are to prayer" at 'Epis-
Crawford Me
J. H.
American Colleges and Gary,
copal Church of the Incarnation, 1835 NW 54th Street, Univesities. He is currently1st Rose Moorman Bertha Pledge

7 p.m. and 9 p.m. Lieutenant in the Medical Perry, Jean D. Taylor,

Corps stationed in Venetia, Leatha Williams, and Miss Troths in Miami |
Nice story written in Tuesday's Miami Herald Italy. Faye Williams. Mrs. Ella ,

(Women's section) about our own, Attorney GwendolynS. Hadley registered guests;
Cherry. The bridge, given in marriage Mrs. Gertha H. Ellis, gifts. The marriage of Miss M. Jollivette, brother of the
Clarice Retina Jolivette, bride; Robert P. Young, cousin -
The Billy Rolle combo
by her father, wore a provided daughter of Mrs. Frances R. of the bride; Patrick Ran-
From all points come students for the holidays-- formal of white Chan- music.
gown Chambers of Miami and the ge;Lafayette Jackson, Philadelphia -
Johnnie Marks III, Percy Brown, Rose-Marie Stewart, tilly lace lightly sprinkledwith After a honeymoon in late Cyrus M. Jollivette, Sr*., Pennsylvania; and t
Langston McKinney, Carrol Williams, Michael Dreskin, sequins. Thesllm bodice 'Nassau, the groom will return to Ronald Eugene Frazier, James Lucas, Jr., cousin of
Marilyn Wilson, Carol Davis, Theodore Gibson, Jr., Ter- with bateau neckline and to Italy to be followedin son of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley the bride.
Parker long sleeves contrated with two weeks by his wife. Frazier, Sr., of Houston, Texas Ten-year-old Warren Wel-
ry the very bouffant skirt which Out-of-town guests: Mes- took place on Wednesday ters in served as organist.For .
and children ended in a chapel train. Her dames Hagar Allen, GerthaIL evening, December 28, in her daughter's wed- I
Mrs. Charles (Norma Stirrup) Townsend of double 11- Ellis and daughter, Victoria Holy Redeemer Roman Catholic ding, Mrs. Chambers chose
Michael and Gina of Birminghham are visitingher 3/4 length held Tallahassee; Mrs. Church with the Reverend :silk worsted gown by Elinor
lusion net was by a
parents, the Franklin Stirrups of Coconut Grove. coronet of lace pearls and Mary Taylor and Althoria, John F. Kieman, S.S.J. cele- Simmons of Malcolm Starr
with accessories.The .
brating the Nuptial Mass. matching
orchids Alvin and Jean taylor of
rhinestones. ,
Rev. and Mrs. Wilford Glass' Christmas was made stephaodis and roses. Palmetto, Florida; Howard Colonel Claude Clark was groom's mother, Mrs.
Commentator-lector. Wesley Frazier, Sr., was attired -
brighter when sons, sgt. Rudolph Glass, Ft. Knox.'Kentucky Debra Mason was her A. Hadley, Howard Medical Regina is the maternal in a mint green bonded
and Sgt. Thomas Glass of Robin's Air Force sister's Maid of Honor. She School Senior, Washington, granddaughter of EditorH. crepe by Lillian Ross of
Base made it home for the holidays. Add a little sparkle wore a full-length formal D. C., and Carol Hadley E. S. Reeves and the late Houston. Both carried hand
to Emma Summersett and Earlyn E. Rodriquez's holidays dress of hot pink brocade Marymount College Terry- Mrs. Rachel J. Reeves, and corsages of white orchids.
now that Charles is home on leave. and crepe with a matching town, N.J. Mr. and Mrs. the paternal granddaughterof The Fraziers are 1966
coat Her Reubin Gibson, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Regina Jollivette and graduates of Howard Univer-
Empire-style the late Frank Jollivette of sity: Regina, the College of
Mrs. Reubin Gibson, Sr. -
Among Christmas cards in mail-one from Doris shoulder-length veil of net Marianna, Florida and Port Arthur, Texas. Pharmacy and Ronald, the
who sends best wishes to her friends from was held by a bandeau of ;
Stephens, from Greenwood, Florida, The bride who was given School of Architecture. Ronaldis
Hendersonville, N. C. petals. Mose green carna- Mrs. Queen Cooper, 2 Alex in marriage by her step- presently employed with
tions and hot pink roses father, James Roscoe Cham- Berla and Abel Architects,
and Elmer
Mrs. William C. Joyce) Oates and daughter La formed her hand bouquet Hayes. bers, was in a Phillipa gown Washington, D. C.
Photo Glamour.Mrs. .
her and Bridesmaids were Virginia of silk satin embellished Mrs. John dllard and Miss
Tanya of Tallahassee are visiting parents, Dr.
with Venice lace at the Edna DeVeaux served at the
Mrs. I. P. Davis. throatline and delicate with guest register, Mrs. Alonzo
Isadora Young and son Charles will return to pearl beadwork at the point Jackson and Mrs. Garth

Here from Philadelphia for Regina Jollivette's Miami after spending the Christmas holidays in Nassau. d'espirit yoke and sleeves. Reeves, Sr. at the gift book;

wedding are Mrs. J. Harold Cooper and grandson, KeithM. They were the houseguest of Mrs. Milley Swain and fa- Her shoulder-length veil of Mrs: Earl Mizell, Mrs. warren
mily. French tulle illusion was held Welters n and Mrs. Samuel
Cooper. by a dome-shaped crown of Harrison poured punch, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Bozenan are the proud Venice Jace coordinated with Henry Young and Mrs. Alonzo
Leon Varnadore of Jamaica, N. Y. left for home parents of twin girls, Sheryl Lynnette and Shelia Lynn same on gown. Regina car- Sharpe coffee. Greeters were !

Wednesday after spending 18 days here. Mr. Varnadore born, Wednesday, Dec. 14. Both mother and daughters are t ried a lace covered missal Mrs. David Dobbs, Sr., Mr*.
buried his stepmother, Mrs. Mary Varnadore, Dec. 17. well. with a cascade of miniature Everett Murphy and Miss Anna

anthuriums. Grace Sweeting Mrs. William
Patricia D. Worthy, Peace Corps volunteer wuo Mrs. James Gibson of
of Tallahassee father and Littles introduced guests
The Julian Adderlys recently returned from a two-year stint in Brazil is BOW, St. Petersburg served as matron in the receiving line.
mother of Julian "Cannonball" and Nat Adderly, are in the city for a two weeks visit with relatives and of honor. Bridesmaidswere Out of town guests were
the holidays with their cousins Mrs. Emerald
spending friends.A Helene Jackson, Washington from Nassau, Bahamas, Now
Murray and family of Liberty city.Mr. of foreigners from Latin America, Africa and. D.C.; Paulette Hopkins ton, Texas, Philadelphia,
group Rose-Marie Stewart
; ; Cincinnati, Ohio and Washington
and Mrs. Ben Johnson of Philadelphia are vacationing -, Asia visited the NW Center YWCA on last Monday night Rachel Reeves, cousin of D. C.
at the Holiday Inn on Miami Beach. Their Dec. 26. the bride; and Cleo Jollivatte,' After a wedding trip, the
week. sister of the bride. couple will reside in Washington
niece, Juanita Sims is expected down next Charlie E. Lattimer Jr. of Madison, Fla. is the The bridesmaids wore burgundy D. C.TELL.

houseguest Mr. and Mrs. John Souter of NW 76th st. chiffon velvet with
Alan and Jerome, sons of Mr. and Mrs.Aaron Straughter matching headdrellea'and
of the
He reports an enjoyable stay, having a tour city,
are home from Carson Long Institute in Bloomfield, carried a single white anthu- OUR
a visit to the Seaquarium, Crandon Park and other points dum.The bridesmaids' gowns

Pa. of interest. He is also guest of his father, Charlie Sr., were by ",.. Horace Jones ADVERTISERSYOU
and the Francis and Chavis families.
Wesley Frazier, Jr. Houston -
who resides in Africa with his SAW IT IN THE
Moses Perry Jr. pa- HAPPY NEW YEARI! Texas, brother of the
rents is enjoying his Christmas holidays with relatives MAY THE YEAR BE FILLED WITH HAPPINESSFOR groom, served a a best man. TIMESr

here. YOU AND YOURS ..yshers were] Measers. Qnls



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R ICBMOND ", .{If'' it' The Key Round AboutTalk

FOCUS To Modeling
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A woman)gut to developing --
Gwendolyn Lovern Ross aidJpmfeiondmodd
poisecharm A. Phillip Randolph (Dean of Civil Rights) calling
By Gwendolyn Laverne Ross
t all civil rightists and Negro Americans to join in and

School Residents Scoops,may borrow books from the Dade County back Adam Clayton Powell against California's Pep,
Bookmobile on Fridays from 2:30 to 4:30 pm, at Rich- Q. What Is the proper procedure for modeling on stage- j Lionel Van Deerlin and Florida's Rep. Sam Gibbons
mond PoolPalmetto's ramp combination with the audience on each side of ramp? (conspiracy to throw Powell out of Congress. Powell
. . A. One good routine for modeling on a stage with a ramp stated he will not appear before any Congressional Probe
Concert Chorus, including the "Triple Trio" Is to walk to the center of the stage and assume a model's Board, unless other Congressmen are probed for their
and the "Double Quintet", made a round of holiday ap- stance, then complete one pivot (model's turn). Walk to i activities N. Y. Sen. Bob Kennedy JFK's brother)
pearances. Following their performance in the "Singing the center of ramp and complete another pivot,then proceed and Floyd B. McKissick (Nat. Director of CORE) feud-
Christmas Tree" on December 13, they taped films for to the end of the ramp and execute another complete pivot. i the phrase Black Power. Sidney Poitier.ac-
of ing over
showing on channels four and ten. They also serenaded Then complete a half pivot and walk back to middle ;
visitors to Vlscaya, On December 22, the group presenteda ramp to complete another pivot, then finally, to center ,ademy award winning actor and Marion Anderson, inter-
Christmas Concert in an assembly program. Mr. Dale of stage and exit. ;nationally acclaimed contralto,appointed to the National
Willoughby directs this group of 155 choraleers. Q. What do I do with my hands for fashion modeling? Council of the Arts for six-year terms by President Lyn
as. A. While walking gracefully the arms and hands are don B. Johnson In New York, rumors are spreadingthat
400 out of 900 seniors became privileged when the usually held close to the body, thumbs turned slightly big trouble is brewing in the "Bahamas Island"
guidance department awarded inward and arms swinging normally (left foot forward
privilege cards on December where there is a white backlash spreading a white
21. The 400 upperclassmen were awarded these cardson with right hand swinging gently across to left side right
the basis of responsibility, character, citizenship, and foot forward with left hand swinging gently across bodyto supremacy. The Ugly American is being used. Wake up
attendance. The card entitles the holder to the use of Miami right side. During a pivot, facing audience, hands can and live.
Dade Library facilities, attendance at special assemblies, be down at sides, thumbs turned toward back, and elbows
admittance to class without notes from home, and may be slightly bent.) When your back is to the audience, hands
possibly used as a character reference in applying for may be brought chest high, cupped with elbows out. This
summer jobs. The guidance department cited these studentsas permits the audience to get a better view of your garment. SEASON'S GREETINGS .. ., .. Mr. and Mrs. Kealie
the school's superior citizens. As commentator gives description of garment the handis Howard (she's Eunice Charlowof?102-36-188th St.,Hol-
55 used to point out the details mentioned. Hands are not
lis, N. Y. still smooching like going steady teens,,
Parents students attending Franc C. Martin Elementary put into the pockets only the fingers with thums outside Edward Adderly at the Lenox Lounge sends greetings-
School are asked to attend the next PTA meeting, on Jan- the pockets.Q. .
uary 9,1967. In the school cafetorium. I have a short neck. How should I wear my hair to to Clarence Fin 1 ins on and the former Irene Goodman ,
Social NotesLoreatha make my neck appear longer? Lucious (Gunner) Kennedy, 3351 Seymour,Ave., Bronx
Johnson and George McGentis married A. Try a hairstyle designed to keep the hair away from (and family) send greetings to the Magic City Wil-
In a 5 pm, ceremony on December 23, A reception followed your neck as much as possible. Keep the back neat, but bur M. Miller, 1297 Hoe Ave., Bronx,still sweet on Sandra -
at the bride's home. not curly or shingled. Or the hair may be brushed up Hepburn of Liberty City Matthew Stephens Jr,
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johnson of 13600 above the back hairline. Here, your beautician can be of and his wife former Luddle Bosley of Avon Park acting
great assistance, and if you request an Epic chemical
Jefferson Street, Loreatha attended Mays Senior High relax, you should have less difficulty maintaining your like teen sweethearts Cecil Claire still a playboyon
School hair style, and your hair should look natural, as If it the Randolph's "Shalimar" In-Crowd, NYC Mr.
George, who attended school in Alaska Is the son of born that she's
were way. and Mrs. Kenneth Christian ( formerly t Cathy Hooper -
Street.Mr. and Mrs. George James McGentis of 15025 Monroe Q. Is there a trick Key Models. use to make their eyes ) Yuletide Greetings to Hallandale's Dr. Eugene
wider ?
* * ** appear apart Christian Mrs. Elizabeth Roberts of Liberty City,
A. Yes
Remember, the space between your eyebrows shouldbe
Mrs. Pauline Henderson of San Francisco, California, one "eye" length apart. This can be accomplished either son Teddy Roberts and his Mop City Barber Shoppe on
arrived in Miami on December 20, for a holiday visit with eyebrow pencil or removing excess eyebrows. When 125th St., NYC a big Harlem Hit Grace Bethel Smith,
with his sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gray one's eyes appear to be too close, an eyebrow pencil formerly of the "Poney Stable" spending Christmas in
(Anita) of 1400 Monroe Street. Mrs. Henderson left on should be used heaviest from the highest point of the arch Nassau Bahamas with Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Clark of Taylor -
the 29, for the West Coast. of the brow outward, short hair-like strokes In
using an street Helen Judge (beautiful star model) still
** * *
upward motion. Eyebrows should begin above the "Iris"the
These are the winners of the Richmond Heights Christ- of eye and extend a little beyond the outer corner of No. 1 Lady of Talent of the Eastern Stars Lodge.

mas Home'decorations contest sponsored by the Women the eye. If eyeshadow is used, apply above the "center"of
Club. First prize Mr. & Mrs. Garfield Washington. 1047 the "pupil" of the eye and draw it outward. At least
SW 150th Terr., won because of the lighting effects. Second two coatings of mascara are usually applied to the outer DEATH OF A GREAT MAN A Tribute to Elder
prize Mr. & Mrs. Willie Young, 14621 Harrison St. won portion of the upper lashes. All this tends to draw attention
do Hudson S. D. A. Elder R. T. Hudson,
Riche T. -
because theirs the
from the
was most original. Third prize Dr. away closeness of the eyes.CLASSIFIED.
& Mrs. Link ston Cry er, 13711 Madison St.unusual scenery. president of the Seventh-Day Northeastern Conferencewho
fell dead of"a heart attack a day after hepreacheda

"'tfJ r1"U4l""""' '', '. e 1 :4 ... !F' .'",,'..; .. ;, funeral service last week' Saturday in Flint, Mich.,
was buried here in New York last Tuesday at Hartsdale

H OUR. ADS Westchester Cemetery. He was 55 years old. Servicewas
held at the Ephesus S. D. A. Church, Lenox Ave.
and 123rd St., where he served as minister from 1955 to
DUNG RESULTS 1963 when he became president of the N.E. Conference
Elder Hudson resided at 895 Pine Lake Dr. in West

Hempstead. He was supposed to appear as guest speaker -
at a Hunter's College concert the following Saturday

night. He left his widow, Dorothy, a son Ricardojr

and three daughters, Ramona, Sharon and Robin. This
m11iINOW tribute is dedicated to Elder R. L. Woodfork of BethanyS.

.1 b SHOWING D. A. Church of Brownsville and, Elder James Bethelof
Mt.PisgahSeventh Day Adventist Church, Opa-locka.
r .|.wmu; THEATREXcfl1MEIrr;

Stevie Wonder's (66 top tunes) "Blowing in the Wind"

and "Moving On" dedicated to Pretty Jacqueline Davis

.., ., (she's Ab ertha Hymes ill girl) The Supremes hit

4t 'lilt "You Keep Me Hanging On" dedicated to Louise po-
iii .,t(" ney Williams-"A Chris verse." The Four Tops Mo-
I town's big ones "Reach Out" and "Standing in the
1 Shadow of Love" (Big 66 Goldies) dedicated to Mae
..a s Monroe's son Sgt. Glenn Roy Butler stationed at Mon-

I mouth, N. J. Lorraine Ellison's "Stay With Me"
(moved her in big time for '66) dedicated that fox-:

Sandra Fox, Miami's own Dee Warwick's! Wanna
Be With You" (top 15 of 66) to dedicated to the man
R who knows everybody's business, Stanley (Line O'type)
Sweeting Sam and Dave "You Don't Know Like I

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Randolph of 30] Carol St., Se- .t Know" and Hold On" right at the top for 66. This is
bring; Florida announce the engagement of their daughter Scoop Bethel saying time and tide waits for no man. So

Willa, to Kelsey R. Dorsett, son of Mr. and Mrs. long. C-U-NX-Wk.
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High in Sebring and is presently attending Miami-Dade
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By Stanley "Sweets" Sweeting


WITH THE COMING IN OF 1967, you will, In all .. ...; IJLy
probability, hear volleys of promises, wishes and the old
familiar tales of New Year resolutions... These so-called
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icouiuuuiiD: HIM promises are B> ota '
as the universe Itself. .Of course,
they are never kept and we must .1 LJ s

confess, this corner is as guilty as. \ :
anyone else when It comes to making --
The Jolliette Civic Social Club Annual Pre-Chr/sf-
and breaking these fables of folly ; k. mas Ball of 1966 was celebrated at Bayfront Park Auditorium
Now .. .
our intentions '". '
are quite .
honorable and well meaning and are .....j< .. r Friday, December 16th in the beautiful Gulf",.
stream Room.
meant to be kept, but the old habit ; '.
and custom just won't keep us honest '--. '" 'I The dance was well attended by their many friends./
.And we find ourselves just as The flowing of champagne extended the evening
guilty of these mlsdemeaners as we to a very enjoyable one.
were- before we made the threat. "SWEETS" A presentation ofo plaque was made to Mrs. VernitCampbell bH

ANYWAY, I AM NOT making any kind of promises, and Mrs. Lydia Williams for their outstanding
about what I am going to do or what I am not going service in the Jolliette Civic Club. : f
to do in ,'67. I merely ask to be left alone In a house The Jolliettes wish to thank all of their many t.
by the side of the road and let me be a friend to man -' friends/ and wish them a very happy and prosperous,
and woman yet. But, here is a thought-provoker from New Year for 1967.
the pen of Elbert Hubbard that I'd like to convey to my Miss/ Cherryanna Mills, President and Mrs..Connie
readers one which I am hoping will be more appropriate Sanders is reporter.
for the new year than any false resolutions you 1 1i 1ro 1t
can make:
LOYALTYIf Headstart Grant
-you work for a man, in heaven's name
work for him, speak well of him and
stand by the institution he represents. Awarded Mississippi i
Remember -an ounce of loyalty is wortha
pound of cleverness.
Following the start, including a comprehensive -'
recent announcements
If must and
you growl, condemn eternally
made nutritional and medical-
by Congressman -
find fault, why resign your positionand
William Comer and dental program with individual
when you are on the outside, damn to Premiss Walker and SenatorsJames attention for each child rry.
your heart's content but as long as Eastland and This will
John program serve 720 ,..
you are a part of the Institution do not Stennls, more details' were children throughout Simpson, 1 4 .
condemn it, if you do, the first high released today on the OEO Lawrence, Jefferson Davis,
wind that comes along will blow you grant of $708,488 to Simpson, and Covington counties, sop- ...... -.-- _. -
away, and probably you will never know why. Lawrence, Jefferson Davis, hiaSuttonhas prevlou.lyoperated -
THE LITTLE RED BOOK: The grand old lady who I and Covington counties in a Headstart program in ,
raised Sammy Davis Jr. died his grandma. With Mississippi. This information this area, and will provide visited Miami Beach to address the Junior Chamber 1
other ships in litigation Norwegian cruisers will ferry was provided by FrankK. further activities for four, Commerce on the relocation of Florida Memorial Col/ a
tourists on the Miami to Nassau run. Leslie Uggamsa Sloan, Southeast Regional five and six year olds in lege from St. Augustine to Miami in January, 1968.
talented guest star on "The Girl from Uncle' TV thriller Director of the Office of Economic -classes six hours a day, fivedays Mrs. Range, who Is a member of the Board of Trus-'

last Tuesday via Channel 5 and 7.. Uniformed security Opportunity in Atlanta, a week. tees of the college, outlined the significance/ of the

guards and special police getting more prominent than Georgia. The four year liberal arts school to youngsters who reside,
Miami's civil service police force Age and educationnot applicant Sophia -
This full year program in- Sutton Mission Assembly, I on the' gold coast and who require/ a small school campus -
a factor Prediction for 67: Mothers to take offer
and moclerate/ees.
volves all activities of Head- Prentiss, Mississippi, Is a '
daughters place, as 'the most sought-after gal on the block' examinesthe 1
ingle purpose The Paul Steinberg of the Jaycees
agency ,president ,
Beautiful and talented singer Barbara McNalr scheduledto director is
S. L. Richmond
co-feature a West Indies cruise with star Georgie Jessel new college site and buildings.

sometime in mid-April. .BILL- BAYER TO -". .... ... --
NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Mrs. T. L. Lowrie, widow of
the late Dr. Lowrie and a Miami Beach resident, continuesto MODERATE L :
do her banking at Riverside in Miami. Carver BROWNSVILLE FORUM I I
Ranches (Hollywood) vfcing for big town recognitionwith S (1T
a volley of fine homes and beautiful lawns. Too Channel 10 television personality -' lIG
many chiefs and not enough I Indians in many of our Bill Bayerhas agreed
churches of worship. More beauty parlors to shutter to moderate the LegislativeForum : FOR RADIANT HOLIDAYS
due to the hair-wig rage. But we still need some for styling planned at the Economic
Miamians galore planning to spend New Years in Opportunity Program's STEP INTO A WORLD OF

the Bahamas Billy Daniels' pianist Bennie Painep; Brownsville Neighborhood,
n. \ 1'.a". tn _....... Center for 8 p.m. January 9.'2 FUN AND FROLICAT
Wile seriously Ul. Vince \Ben Casey/ E looker Linda Foster. Viet Nam kids are eying for toys I THEHAMPTON
from American Red Cross. The forum, designed to familiarize
voters with their
SALT WATER TAFFY: Cab Calloway doubles New problems, i. being organized
Year's Eve both in the Diplomat (Hollywood-by-the-Sea) by the EOPI Center's Advisory HOUSENew
Hotel's Beaux Arts Ballroom and the Tack Room. In the Council. The Center,
Beaux Arts Cab headlines the gala holiday show. The under the direction of John D.
Charley Butlers (she's Wltlean Franks-Ingraham) for Johnson, is located at 2741
saking shopping areas of their home sector of Edison NW 49th St. Practically all of Year's
Center to feast their orbs on Opa Locka's J. M. Fields Dade County House and Senate :
gift goodies. New York City hotel prices going up members have already I
agreed b be pre..ent.cf Eve DinnerHors
in January. If you don't have an Orange Bowl game I
ticket but would like to seethe game,go out to the grounds, ,
stand near the ticket boxes, then wait Some philanthropistor d'oeuveres Canapes

big spender will offer you an 'extra' ducat. I'd like Roast Prime Ribs of Beef
to see James (Dean Blue) Everett come out of retirementand
return to coaching. Ditto Shorty Holton. Both f Au Jus

men still have plenty on the balL % Baked Idaho Potatoes
MIAMI MUSINGS: The death of James Roberts last
Tuesday robbed us a pioneer Florida citizen as well as ? ., Buttered Green Beans

Miami's earliest grave supervisor. The deceased's long Ass't Dinner Rolls"Traditional"
term of service began in Miami's City Cemetery over 50 ''7''I
years ago. The Miami Avenue plot was Our Town's only ,, .,
park of Interment at the time. "Jim", as he was familiary j Peas & Hog Jowls
known, was a faithful and tireless worker and no other
Miamian has gained more respect than this father of eight SCJ;;;: ;: French Vanilla Ice Cream
(6 girls-2 boys) for this dedication. His fulfillment of a :; with Creme de Menthe Liquor
dedicated service to the City of Miami for lo, so many
years enabled him to educate and care for his children. Served 6:00 P.M.
He was an Episcopalian of long standing and a choir jU Price $3.50
member of St Agnes' Episcopal Church. It is quite fitting I
that the last remains of the deceased were interred beneaththe

labored soil and of the toiled.ground Requlescat at City In pace.Cemetery where he once jajjjjji Bring the New Year in with old Friends ANew \

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THE WEEK'S WASH: Lennie Smith-Carey's new and Acquaintances at the
beatiful domicile has tobevacated(go Is her ma's and pa's)
to make way for the construction of the A-B-C Center
School to house first and second graders. Ditto the
Noel (Cleomie Ward) Bloomfields. Each family is in tears HAMPTON HOUSE COCKTAIL LOUNGE
"Truck" Mackey in town incong? ? ? Enos Newbold,
the Miamian slain I in a NYC hotel lobby can be viewedat
Range. Thieves cleaned out the home of Tommyand THE MOP CITY 4200 NW 27th Ave. 6330611No
Doris (McKinney) Pittman Christmas night while BARBER SHOP
the young couple attended Midnight Mass at St. Agnes Cover No Admission No Minimum

Annie McKinney-Stirrup, too, had a sad Christmas, FREE FAVOR & NOISEMAKER.
husband Bert died in Christian Memorial Hospital
Xmas Day. The deceased's sister, Lee Albury, will be in TEDDY ROBERTS Prop. FOR RESERVATIONS CALL BARBARA:
and the widow's brother Kelsle of Philly 125 Str..t-N.w York CityBetween
from Nassau, Park & Madison) FREE PARKING
and sister Effle of Virginia will be in for the funeral rites (

from St. Agnes Saturday. .


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The scooters, the skates, the,wagons, the dolls,the bright ..,
happy faces of children on "their day"has come and
again. Didn't it Just seem to get here overnight? In another

day or two, New Year. 1967 will be In,progress, and our
resolutions will be all made, and
by the time we finish
celebrating some of those resolutions will be broken. What- ..,',. '.:, .
ever you do, and wherever you go, there is a wish from t '"'
New Mayme Year.and I that you will have a happy and prosperous 1 "', ;: ,.. '
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think I will ,''''' rtI11
or give anyone "what-for", for I am 1\\: ".. I\\.. jiyl
still full of Christmas Cheer 1 \ 'J!
and it
would be good to walt \I. ,
and see what changes the first of the New Year will bring dar!: ..,--t: ,, rif

for our City, and what our own resolutions (The ones that I'.'
we do keep) will do for us. ,-<"

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Pretty girl of the week: Gwndolyn Hayes

Pretty boy of the week: Donald Lawson S.Air Force)
Golfer of the week: Slim Bannister ;

Doctor of the week: Carl Yeager '" ':o ,


Things are lining up for the United Golfer's Association :
meeting, being held here in March, and for the tournament \
in August. This promises to be a big affair, hosted by The
Par & Birdie Club. Theclubhasbeenbidding for a number

golfers cf years could to bring play In UGA national to Miami competition., so that The our City planning and ..---,..,...,......"''-....- ... ._..,,'......... __iI.'Ij

chosen meeting (and Biscayne headquarters Terrace for Hotel the), tournament and plans are has being been SEPIA TEENS IN SEVENTEEN and Cotton twilljobout $3 a yard). Made from McCa"s

made for sightseeing tours, nightclub tour,travelto Nassau Daphne Maxwell, 18, 241 West 62nd Street, New pattern 8640.. Nancy GSfJ8, 5136 South Ellis

for the visiting wives or girlfriends, a dinner and dance. York City, models a sew-lt-yourself overblouse suit in Avenue, Chicago, models a sweater and skirt outfit in

and Lejeune there and will Miami be over Springs 100 Golf courses are to be used, the January issue of "Seventeen Magazine." The North the January issue of "Seventeen Magazine." The Wellesley -

the tourney. You junior be golfers participating In western University freshman is shown in this straw College sophomore is shown in this blue Orion

youngsters tee-off or even might follow them Interested around in towatch seeing them these colored outfit, bloused over the longer '67 manner. The knit top, spare-ribbed in the French manner,with a span

play. We say this because people seem to be more Interested bright club stripes are Nynco zippers closing jacket of Orion stripes and wool at the bonded midriff. The skirt is of Alamac'spink

in the youngsters than In the adult players, unless they are and pocket, and the fabric; js Burlington Retail's Dacron Rlchelieu bracelets jersey. Outfit by Joy; about$18.
pros. You are welcome to come, and we will keep you pin; by.Kramer and DeNicola. 9rT.
posted on the dates. While ----
you are on tournaments, the
dates have been set for the North-South Tournament. They .
are February 8th through 12th. JAZZ NIGHTLYAt 1n

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I Just could not resist the Impulse to mention our driving, 4 the
especially during the holidays. This week-end that Is here RANCHERBiscoyu.

Is,a fine time to start giving signals when we turn; not fol- ...Blxd. & 126A" St.
lowing too closely;and most of all please look out for our
children who are playing with bikes, etc., and who care- 10 to 3AM. '
lessly run Into the street to catch that football. This Is the
time of the year when excifenent runs high for kids, and
they are not thinking of dangers in the streets., It is our IRA SIJLUVAN FOUR
duty to look out for them. For gosh shake, if you must
celebrate with a drink. don't drive! If you must drive, PLUS
make it a bicycle. THE
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QUICK .NOTE .DEPARTMENT. :_ Chickle "Madame 't. man popular local busl'nessman -
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cane Tnrockbottom" Home was in Miami tor two says Is the new owner STEVE MILLS
last week, after finishing a successful tour of the U. S. JOINS HUMBLE OIL Doris Troupe, a 1962 graduate of the Dive-Inn Bar JAZZ
with Chuck Jackson's Band and show. Chickle is now Raymond D. Melton, above, of B. T. Washington 1772 NW 79th St. Phone SUNDAY AFTERNOON
at the Drumbest Club in Nassau for the rest of the season former Knoxville College admissions High School .91-9431. He invite all
now a junior at
Clea Bradford opened The Playboy Club In Jamaicalast counselor, has accepted Tenn. A&I his old friends to come Admission Free
a position on the University was and meet new friends. 5:30 1:00
Monday. Her engagement here at Playboy was a very married to Clayton A. Brownon Everyone welcome Irxlf to a.m.
headquarters staff of HumbleOil
successful one, even though she suffered with a throat & Refining Company's Dec. 15th. Mr. Brown is HAPPY NEW YEAR
ailment. .Please read "Scoop Bethel"in the Miami Times, Southern Esso Region in a senior mathematics majorat
if you haven't read it. You might find out about some of Memphis, Tenn. In his new Term. A&I. They are now .
your good friends you haven't read it. You might find out post, Mr. Melton will prepare, in Washington, D. C., the -----
about some of your good trlends you haven't seen or heard analyze and coordinate seve- home of the groom. Both planto r
from In a longtime. Hewritesavery interesting column. ral phases of property pur- return to Nashville, Term l
We hear tell that the Contlnential has gone back to "live chases by the regional marketing after the holidays to continue HAIR DOESH'T GROW?
entertainment", Is It true? If so, the thanks and praise office. A Knoxville College their education. I
goes to you who refused to be "pushed into paying for alumnus, Mr. Melton Doris is the daughter of DANDRUFF?
anything you do not want" The Dave Akins Triois joined the staff of the college Mrs. Eva Mae Troupe and the I
still swinging at the Rancher Lounge on Biscayne Bou- in Knoxville,Tenn., followinghis late Mr. Joseph Troupe. I ITCHY SCALP?
graduation in 1961 with
levard, and when you leave there, don't forget the Dino bachelor of science degree in a FALLING HAIR?
DeRose Trio and the folks at "My Place". Where Jack TELL OURADVERTISERS
education. He and his wife,
Simon celebrated his Xmas and Alice
birthday on I
Jo Ann, and their son, Randolph -
Platt (They are partners In the business) is steadily Im- now live at 350 south
proving (Thank goodness) after being 111 Frank Parkway in East Memphis. He YOU SAW IT IN THE ,.. HERE \S HELP
Duboise and his band are now at the Mau Mau Loungeon Is a native of Sweetwater,. TIMES I
Curtis Parkway. Alan Rock's contract ran out at Tenn.
the Rancher, but the Sunday afternoon concerts are still
swinging. They are free, by the way D. J., Nicky I USEIrnJ.1CAIB'
Lee, is emcee of the show at the Knight Beat. Bert
Wallace's trio Is still holding down the Sir John Lounge. I
My Cousin's Place has a new name: "The Peppermint I .
Cane" The James Club is moving along, even though I CREAM
the Continental. Lonnie I
Frank Williams has shifted to I'
SaWn will be at the Algiers Hotel on New Years Eve. .;; 4 '' I
Steve Mills has Joined the Dave Aklns Trioat the Rancher, I 1 GUARANTEED TO .HELf .YOUR '0,11I11III,

as their comedy star Clyde Killens sends his best OR YOUR MONEY-BACK I II
wishes for a Happy New Year to all whom he cannot I I
reach .r;: ,' The Supremes are "tearing up" The Deauville I
Hotel v The Undernourished Comedian, Fralnkle Scott .V..... I III
has returned to the,Thunderbird Motel. Kay Carol and I I

The Richie Brothers did a booming business at the Beachcomber IF YOU'RE NOT THERE highly meditate to help retarded halt growth.'
during the holidays Freddie Scott has taken
Abe Meeks, Billy Miller, Art Johnson and Chet Washington WHO'LL PAY THE RENT? I I and girt you fast relief of Dandruff, Itchy) Scalp
to make a band to back Steve Alaimo at the .
Fontainbleu. Benny Lattimore stealing theshowthrough Now your family COB hart a lifetime hold on and Falling Hair. Ask for it at your favorite

. .Former Judge L. E. Thomas slipped In his bathtub their hut with Living Inturanc from Equitable.An I I beauty salon or-drug start. I
and is recuperating at home from Injuries One more equitable mortgage repayment plan pays off
message: Jeff Addams, Carol Joyce, Jack Prince and the mortgage if you die-Most important, it Meansa A Three Month Supply Only $1.50
and the
still holding the fort with Dlno I I
life for family in a hose of
too, continuing
food there, your
boys at "My Place". They have good up
In case you want a late night snack along with your atmosphere their own. I l.p"1 Add TEMPLE jTf.50.' I

and show. DON FAGAN3715691! or 696-5017 I I ,GROWER
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Year, and hope your Xmas wa 88 Merry as mine. Take Americas, N.Y., 10019. CREAM iERCAMOr 89:

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a'z i M. Athalie Range became Miami's first Ne- fo.ld by Mayor Robert King High while other commis.
pro Commissioner when she was members of the com- s'onersook on approvingly.term .
mission unanimously appointed her to fill the unexptred.

'. -t ._ w...... "JJ.i,. of Sidney Aronovitz who resigned his seat.UNIVERSITY .

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February 1st, Sergeant Leroy A. Smith, 30, with \ ".\ .. .
15 years of outstanding service with the Miami Police -.., .'
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Price was appointed Mays High graduate becamethe FINALLY SIGNS NEGRO The month of February brought Miami its first Negro fireman, Willie Waters.
sales and marketing
first Negro president of
.- representative Cola Bottling Company.for the Coca- student the Miami-Dade body. Junior College FOOTBALL PLAYER Waters is a graduate of Booker T. Washington High School.

Price is responsible for Reid was ele cted by a margin The University of Miami
direct selling, merchandising of 300 votes over his nearest Hurricanes finally acceptedits
and community relations in rival. He is studying first Negro football player -
the Southeast Florida region science and journa-political on December 10th when
served by the seven plants of lism and is news editor and Raymond Bellamy 6-5 210
the Miami Company from Key columnist for the college pa- pounder from Lincoln Memorial
West to West Palm Beach. per.khM. High of Sarasota was signedby
UM recruiter George Me In-
tyre In Palmetto, Florida,
near Bradenton.:

..'""t .... Bellamy, a B-plus student
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; .c; AIM 'ft'.'y-r.,9 ." RUNOFF Dade 18-month'old High School child.Tyronne .who risked his life, to enter a burning house twice to rescue an

Earl Carroll, young insu- Is shown here os
receiving a plaque from Governor Haydon Burns
BUNNY rance executive, ran s strong
race in his second bid for a Charles Wyche, North Dade principal beams with pride.He .
Roz Hill, popular Miami model became the first seat on the Florida Legislature ,
Negro bunny employed in the south by the internationalchain in the May primary, palling was also nominated by the State of Florida for the America Award for

J Boulevard of Playboy Playboy Clubs. Roz Club.is a bunny at Miami's Biscayne ed him 18.647 a runoff votes spot.which earn- Bravery presented annually by the President/ of the United States.young

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prevent the Muslims from meeting at their old temple chased the Seventh Avenue Church of Christ at 5245
t 57th Street and NW 17th Avenue offer residents of NW 7th Avenue for $135,000.00. KIRK BEATS'HIGH IN MAJOR UPSET
he neighborhood complained that
members were park- The new Miami Mosque was officially dedicated on
ng their cars in driveways. October 12th by Elijah/ Muhammad, international Mus- Claude Kirk, 40-year-old banker won the Florida \
, Being left without a meeting place the Muslims, lim leader. Gubernatorial election, soundly trouncing Miami Mayor
he Robert King High in the November general election. ..
Kirk will become Florida's first Republican Go- :'
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was not even a dream, but 1966 brought us over 100 Negro drivers.
Shown here are MTA bus operators Otto Wimbley and David Wilcox preparing r ',,;qE+, J t
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assigned tothe Miami Motorcycle squad. t".
Assistant chief Glenn L. Baron stated, "Ingraham got the job becausehe
earned it with his exceptional police work and he was not appointed to break anotherso
called barrier."

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Breaking ground for construction of the New TV// cipal Program poverty, Inc.areas.E. in the. five prin-
Arts Medical Building are (left to right) Dr. J.O. Brown, N. Taylor is servingas
M.D.; Mrs. Eleanor Gibson, registered pharmacist; Dr. Credit Union coordinator.
G. K. Sands, dentist; Dr. G. A. Simpson, M.D.; and Dr. --- .._- ------.- -- i
W. A. Patterson, M.D. The building will be located .
the NW corner of 54th St. and 10th Ave., and is sche .A:: "
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pediatrician, Dr. S. E. Johnson, obstetrician and Mr. ; (/g (-.,
Fred laboratory technician.

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JOINS ATTORNEY MilS Carolyn Clarke be-
-........ cane the first Negro femaleto
INTEGRITY WINS graduate: from the Dade --
GENERAL'S STAFF County Junior College Cadet
won out over ra- first of her r ace to attend the
Harold Integrity
L. Braynon, formerly Miami Police Department'sAcademy. NEGRO MOTORCYCLE OFFICER
of Matthews and Bray- cism in Florida's Democratic
non law firm was appointed runoff primary. Robert King James R. Christian became the first Negro to be
assistant to the State .Attorney High diminuitive Miami mayor, reporter She told that she a Miami was motivated Times- assigned to the motorcycle squad of ,the Dade County
General of Florida. He is .engineered a smashing upset to become -policewoman Sheriff's department.Mr. .
serving as legal council to victory over race bating Oov. member of the Sheriff
the by a desire to work in criminal- Christian has been a
technical assistance with a resound-
pro- Haydon Burns
ram 86,000 vote margin. istics. department for six'years.f .

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PIONEER MINISTER Record Crowd Attends Miami



Minister Troy Bey

.-": ":"-:' "- -. F Minister Troy Bsy, the come a follower in a few days

CARD OF THANKSThe BAIN'S. RANGE. II youthful minister who now and teach in the University of
heads the Miami Mosque Islam. Another visitor from

family of the late William Stadey, 10225 SW Infant Charles A. Hawkins, spoke to a record crowd of South America and studying

MRS. MARION AUGUSTA 183rd St., Perrine died Dec. son of Mr. and Mrs. John Hawkins r Floridians at regular Sunday electronics here in the states

KNOWLESwho 25 at the Crestview Nursing died Dec. 24. Funeral services Christmas Day. hopes to leam as much about

died December 7, 1966, Home. Survivors are a sister- services were held at the The city had been flooded Islam to return home and

would like to thank the neighbors in-law, Mrs. Isabelle Braggs, Holy Redeemer Catholic with handbills which read: spread the teachings. A

and friends for the cards, of Fla. City, five nephews and Church at 9 a.m. Tuesday, ,.l "You must hear the truth housewife from Nassau stated

telegrams, floral pieces,visits five nieces. Funeral services Dec. 27th. about Christmas. Does Christ- she had heard so many negative -
donations and food during our will| be held Saturday at 12 mas have a Biblicia origin things about Islam until
f hours of sorrow. noon at st. John Baptist Robert L. Smith of 1012 What lathe meaning of Christmas she visited the Mosque and

t Special thanks to the members Church in Sunnyhaven.Mrs. NW 1st Ct. Apt. 3 died Dec. ?" found out for herself that the

i of Ebenezer Methodist I 16. He is survived by an Visitors who have attended Messenger Allah is Divine

Church, Rev. A.- D. Hall.paa. Louise Smith of 418 aunt, Mrs. Ossie King of Ma- meetings on several occas- Man. A preacher'and his wife

+ tor and Choir No. 1. Thanksalso Railroad Ave died on [):Ic:. con, Ga and friends Mrs. ions got up and lauded the from one of the neighboring

to the members of New 21, Survivors are three sons Claretha Francis and Mr. works of the Honorable Elijah Holiness churches broughtthe

Hope Primitive Baptist Church Joseph, Herman and Samuel; Manuel Jenkins. Funeral ser- J Muhammad and told the entire congregation with tumul-
." a daughter Doretha one vices were held on WednesdayDec. cheering congregation "what
the members and choir No. ; tous applause in bearing wit-
1 and R6v. Samuels, pastor. grandson, two daughtersinlaw 28 in the chapel. it was of Messenger Muham- ness that Messenger Muham-

May God richly bless each three sisters, one brother. mad's Teachings which spur- mad is "million per cent
of you. Funeral services were James WoO Roberts 207 red them to continue visiting and some" correct in all he
NW 16th Terrace died Dec. '
held on Thursday at 1 "
p.m.. the Mosque.. teaches the black man.
Kelly Knowles, husband in the chapel.RAHMINGS. 20. Survivors are six daugh-
An outstanding teachersaid"
Gerald Johnson, son ters, Mmes. Madelyn Thompson Rev. S. A. Thomas, pioneer Minister Troy was then
Marion Thompson niece Edith Bragg Leila Wil- pastor of the Mt. Sinai "of all the education I introduced to the audienceand

Naomi Thomas, niece Liams, Florrie Woodard; Miss Baptist Church died Monday thought I had, I have learned gave much of the Mes

1 James Johnson, nephew Jennie B. Roberts and Miss evening after a prolonged more than I have ever known senger's teachings on the
had about self and kind since I truth about Christmas and the
George Johnson, nephew Nellie Roberts; two sons, peroid of illness. He
Myrtis 0earegrandnieceWilliam Adalbert R. Stirrup, a for- Martin and James, Jr. Masonic been recuperating the major have been visitingMuhammad'sMosque many myths about the birth ,
Thompsongrand- mer resident of the Miami rites were held Tues- portion of the year, ,until ap- and I expect to be- ministry and death of Jesus.

nephew area, but morerecently New day evening, Dec. 27, and proximately a week ago, he
__,,, York died Dec. Survivors 1 final services were held on took a turn for the worst, and

IN MEMORIAMIn are wife, Annie; two sons, Wednesday, Dec. 28 at the St. on Monday eveninghe passedon PROTECT YOUR FURNITURE

of beloved Erroy and Deyansa; one daughter St. Agnes Episcopal Church at to the Great Beyond. WITHOUT HIDING( ITS BEAUTYI
memory our .
mother Roderiqua one sister 10:30 a.m. the oldest active f t'o 'a + CUSTOM MADE

; .---w..... -AIr. ..,, Mrs. Corlie Albury; two aunts Perhaps D
.. \ ... pastor in the Central Miami PLASTIC FURNITURE
I ". .j.jI .jI Mmes. Coleen McKinney and I .aun>*!nr>" nn,...mnn nf KQ
Olive Johnson; two aunts-in- NW 14ih.Sdi d"D.e 20. area, Rev. Thomas proved '3 SLIP COVERS
himself model leader throughout
law and a
Mmes. Syble Boggis
I Survivors are his wife, Mary;
Henrietta Sweeting; other and other relatives in Geor his 31 years" pastor of .e etVSTU.UGI CLIAIHIAVT i it t 6? ,, r r
relatives. Funeral services Mt. Sinai Baptist Church. LONG LASTING jMA
gia. He was removed on Dec. MIIITAMT,
of his
will be held Saturday, Dec. Many objectives MILTUARANTIIO
27th to Hawkinsville Ga.
realized minister of .
4 were
I ,
31 at St. Agnes Episcopal
a qr
for final rites.
Church. the church formerly referredto IIUMMUUN.- p+ lrwra?
as "The Georgia church"when .
Mrs. Lucille C. Clark of IHIP AM +
he assumed the leadership MTUIM.ILVKINUB
1 ) '''MiIMb Rudolph Bivins, 1961 NW 919 NW 49th St. died Dec. /lt ItTIMATt3
in 1935. The former
r 4th rt. Apt. 3 died Dec. 25. lirfiMcmrnom
r + 23rd. Mrs. Clark, an instructor .
'Survivors are his mother, in the public school aye-structure was completed in All VIKTI SPECIALIZING AAtlo.r
the downtown Miami n imm os
Mrs. Marion Bivins two brothers area
tem, is survived by her hus- SUP COVERS NIGHT
Johnnie Lee and Harvey band Clarence daughter under his leadership and currently EXCLUSIVELY
; ,
sister he has piloted his congregation -
; one Mrs. Doris
Mrs. Sarah Hunt, one son, FHONI
Robinson a sister-in-law into a new and modern House 01 Gretchen
; John Caudle; two grandchildren structure and well on 314.5082
Mrs. Bivins.
Vera Lee
two sisters Mmes Toyet- the toward its
ral services will be held on ta Brown and Sarah Walker way ownership, Formerly Gretchen-Nicholas Plastic Covers
well other contributions
as as many
Friday, Dec. 30 at 10 a.m.
two brothers, Henry Miller
which will be memorable -
in the chapel. and Milborn Richburg. Local .
but too numerous to men-
services were held on Monday,
MRS. SALLY SOLOMANwho Uttle Zelda D. Johnsonof tion.
26 whereafter she
Dec. was 11a
660 NW 27th St. died Dec. Services will be held on
departed this life Dec. removed to her hometown of '
.. a
28 1964. 26. Survivors are her parents. Monday, Jan. 2 at 2:30: p.m.
Chester South for
at the church, under the direction -
Services held in the
VI cannot say ant-l will were final and burial.
services of the Funeral
not lay, that she is dead-she chapel Thursday, Dec. 29 at Mrs. Minnie 'L. Sellers of Home. Range .
is just away. With a cheery 2 p.m.
1249 NW 68th St. died Dec. -
smile and a wave of the hand, 23rd. Survivors include a
she has FRANCIS. .
wandered into
un- .
daughter and son-in-law
known land. Mrs. Dorothy Maloy of 2440
And left us dream-
and Mrs. Wally Woodard a'niece
ing how very fair. It needs ALBERT. ; NW 159th Terr., Opa-locka
Mrs. Althine
; died
must be since she Dec. 21. Remains were
there." lingers ....,,"' 3 granddaughters, Mmes. shipped to Thomasville, Ga. I

The Family Charlie Young, Carrie Flowers on Monday, Dec. 26 for final \. WE'RE ONLY

and Hazel Young; two rites and burial on Wed., Dec. "

CARD THANKS great grandchildren Malvina 28th. Survivors include her A PHONE CALL AWAY
Johnson and Asenith Flowers ;
husband, Johnny mother, Mrs.
The family of the late two greatgreatgrandchildren.Funeral services will be heldon Leola Anderson, father, James a(; To know that we are here
ROY M. DAVIS Anderson; three brothers,
wishes to thank the many Friday, Dec. 30th at 3:30: James, William and David twenty-four hours a dayto

friends and neighbors for p.m. at the Holiness Churchof Anderson; two sisters; Shir

their kindness during their Elder Braddy on NW 32nd ley and Virginia Anderson. help you -
Ave. and 44th Street.K. .
hour of bereavement.

Special thanks to Rev.Aaion Albert Miller of 1277 NW f with funeral facilities
C. Gary of 4501 NW 43rd St. was DOA at Jackson
Hall and the Francis 42nd Ave. died Dec. 23. Sur-
Memorial Hospital on Dec. 26. r s can comforting.
Funeral Home. vivors are two brothers, Ema- Funeral r
arrangements are in J
nuel and Charlie three sisters -
Estelle Davis, Mother complete. Survivors are wife,
Mmes. Ernestine Preston Elnora; two daughters, Joyce

Corine Smith and Hut- and Pat; one son, Eddy; four 1 .
r chie Lee Sommers. Funeral grandchildren; mother-in-law, "My Father in Heaven, help/

services will be held on Thurs- Mrs. Ethel Calhoun; sister-in- i. :s me never to forget Thy love

day, at 1 p.m. at New Bethel law. Dorothy Jackson. . it looks up to main the
Baptist Church in Opa-locka.
Enoa Newbold, '1490 NW beauty of the flower t ."

41st St., died Dec. 18. Services Victor G. Hunter of 2380 Grace Presbyterian Church'Mrs. .. John Henry Jowett
were held Thursday Benna wiley of 2951
NW 55th St. died at his home, '
from the Church of Ood of Dec. 23. Survivors are a wife, NW 58th St. died Dec. 23. Oscar L. Range
Prophecy. Survivors are wife, Survivors are a husband,
Agatha; two sons, Charlesand
Elaine parents, Rev. and George; a son, Dannie; a sis "'
Preston six daughters Funeral Home
Mrs. Zack Newbold, one sister Mmes. Velma; ter, Mrs. Emma Offord. Funeral
Ferguson Al-
K y
\' Mrs. deo Clark, one Francis Alicia services will be held Saturday t
rk East, Lucky,
f brother, James. Inez Rolle, Shirley Lewis, Dec. 31 at 4 p.m. at
Bethany Seventh Day Adventist -
Bernice Martin; 35 grandchild
David Blackshear,2220 NW Church.Willie .
Slat T< vivors wife Leila services will be held on Sa-
fr are ; four turday, Dec. 31 at 1 p.m. at Osborne of 2308 ''LINCOLN MEMORIAL PARKSEASON'SCREETINGS

...- .,<11' 1IWilliam.., sons, George Washington, NW 72nd $t. died Dec. 24th.
Herman Billie James Black-
Survivors are a mother, Mrs.
3634 Frow Arthur Avenue Gibson, Coconut of' shear, five daughters Mmes. mother, Mrs. Mable White, Doris Doyle; three sisters, C.m t.ry will be closed Dec. 26 and Jan. 2 for bustn (-
Sadie McCray, Mabel McNeil, a brother and a sister. Mrs. ...
Grove, died at Veterans Hospital Mary Smith and Joyce Gates will be open.
Ruby Lee, Pearlie Mae Black- and Eleanor Doyle; one bro- '
Coral Gables after a I Sylvester J. Jackson 1950
prolonged illness. Mr. Gibson thers shear,, Mavis Nathaniel Brown and, two Bill.bro- NW 55th St. died Dec 24. tther I Marion, Robbie Allen Doyle six an uncle ;,3001'W 46tH STREET HE 4-4197
aunts and
a native of Coconut Services Friday morning 11

Grove, a graduate of Carver Mr. Willie Anderson, 1316 ajn.' from Friendship Baptist services are incomplete E. JOHNSON, MANAGER 0X-1.9199

high school and Florida A&M I NW 63rd St., died Dec. 25. Church. Among survivors are this time.

University and a veteran of Remains will be shipped to wife,Remitter; one son, Robert
Edward Brooks of 5930NW
II. Funeral
W.W. servicesar e
Macon, Georgia Thursday Willie C. Pride, 139 NW 19th Ave. died Dec. 24. Mr.
Id'Saturday 4 in
p.m. 1 night for final rites and burial.
the chapel of Bain s Funeral 14th St.,died Dec. 20. Among Brooks, a long-time residentof
Survivors are wife, Mrs. willie \- survivors Miami and
Home. His remains will lie are one slater, Mra.Rosa World War II
in state at the funeral home Anderson, two sisters, Lambert, ten brothers.' veteran<< is survived by his

Friday, 2 p.m.lttll 10 ajn. one brother, two nephews. Arrangements are incomplete.Mrs. wife, Cleora; his parents, EVERGREEN MEMORIAL PARK, Special Notice for

at which time he will be taken David Johnson 14810 SW Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Brooks. Regelar Monday Visitors,efl.etl.,. only for THIS Mon

to his home to repose until 103rd Ave., Perrine., Arrangements Emma Brown, 243 NW Funeral services will be held day, January lad the holiday of New Years Day, (ce

funeral home. are incomplete. 6th St. died Dec. 21.Services Saturday, Dec. 31 at 10a.m. at }lebrated Monday because It falls on Sunday..)
His survivors are: one s ere" held Thursday from the St. James AME Church.

daughter, Mrs. Emily Larkins, Miss Mary Ann Gibson Liberty City chapel. Survivorsare Cornelius Odom of 7152 Instead el' being open on Monday, which 1 Is Wr easel

two sons, William Jr. and 21731 S. Dixie Hywsy, died one aunt,one Goddaughter, NW 14th Ave. Apt. 12 died practice, THIS Monday, will be a holiday, for the

Edgar; his mother,Mrs. Lore* Dec. 25. Among her survivors Miss Henrie LaMarr Curry. Dec. 24. Survivors are his Employees (it's a two day weekend 1/1/67and 1/2/67))

ta Gibson; one granddaughter, are mother, Mrs. Beatrice parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene The Gates will be closed with no bvrials.Here's .
Pamala two brothers, Timothy.Bellstepfather, Charles Bell; Johnnie L. Johnson of 467 Odom; a brother, Samuel; five
and George; two sisters, Mrs. three sisters, two brothers. NW 8th St. died .Dec. 25. sisters; Mmes. Valerie Johnson wishing all of you a Joyous New Year!!

Ruth Starling and Mrs. Mable .Arrangements are incomplete, Survivors are wife, two sons, Janie Lou Myers, Emma H. E. WALTHER, Supt.

McNeil. A boat of nieces, three daughters, father, mother Berry Doretha Thomas and EVERGREEN CEMETERY

nephews and other relatives, PIc Ulysses White of 2255 two brothers. Remains Barbara Oliver. Mr. Odom was! 3065 NW 41st Street Miami, Florida 33142
will be shipped Friday morning removed to Hawkinsville. G..
and friends. Bain'a Funeral NW 155th $Opa-locka!, died T.I.
to Tiftcn Ga. for final for final rites and burla NE 4-8242
Homo of Coconut Grove,direc Dec. 23. Survivors are wife, No
rites and burial. local services were held.
ting. Connie; one son, daughter, ,

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Rev. J. W. Dunn, pastor good account of themselves Roscoe Jackson pastor Rev. P. W. Wiggins, pastor
Rev. ,
Christmas Eve in the
iKELLY'S Many thanks to the members presen- Aurora Be ard, asst. reporterWe The Miasionary'&OCieties '
tation of their program, in under the leadership of Mrs.
and friends of Drake Me-
'morial for their attendanceon spite of the chilly weather. at Macedonia, have Mattie Cofield, Sr. president:
Miss E. Lord was MC and been immensely blessed this and Mrs. Dorothy Turner, Jr.
r Sunday night Dec. 18 at
'the annual Winter's, Mrs. A. Clark, Mrs V. Stra- year, and the circle has no t brought a twinkle to the eye FELLOWSHIPBy
Sing. chan and Mrs. B. Bryant are been broken but six times. We and a smile to the lips of the
CHAPELRev. Many thanks to our guest artists R. J. McGhaney
to be commended for a fine are truly grateful that we recipients who were benefittedby
of David who
L. L. Dean, pastor' and from Harps the dept. of the Job: have another time to serve Christmas baskets (food) "For, behold, I create
Retha J. McKenzie, reporter hearts.sang r Members and officers of him and to see another birth- clothing, and gifts.The gifts new heavens and a new earth:
the Order of Eastern Star and distributed the and the former shall not be
were among re-
The pastor and congregation On Saturday, Dec. 31 at 5 day.We
other branches of the Masonic are hoping that he will
wish to extend their p.m. Our sale for the church children at the Kendall Child membered, nor come into
family braved the cold weather continue to keep us in his mind. Isaiah 65:17.In .
wishes for a happy New Year will begin. Brother Tripp and ren's Home. : :
and were on hand at 5 a jn. for loving arms and enable us to a day two it will be-
'to their many friends and vi si- Sister Porter will be charge Services to welcome the or ,
tors. of the sale please come out pre-dawn Sunday worship ser see another. birthday.Our New Year will begin at 10 gin a new year. The old has

.... and help them. vice. The singing groups of annual Watch Night p.m. on New Year's Eve. The passed away. We have the
There will be a New Year's Watch Night service will the church climaxed the day's service will begin New sermons will be delivered by spirit of Christ reborn in us,

(; Service at Kelly's' Chapel, begin at 10 p.m. All membersand activities with a joint program. Year's Eve night approximately the pastor and other ministers. and it will illuminate our
Saturday night at 9:30. AH friends please attend The Male Chorus, C. Am- 9 p.m. to 12:30 p.m. and The combined choirs and Men way, everyday of this coming
friends and visitors are wel- this service. brose, president and DeaconR. our regular services will begin Chorus will sing and Mrs. year. But let us be sure that

come to attend. Sister Green is reporter. Hepburn director, held its with Prayer services, 5 Rachel Pratt will accompanyat we have the key that will unlock -

__ _0_ U___ annual Christmas repast a.m., Sunday School 9:30: the piano. the door of our hearts to
Monday afternoon at the home morning services. 11; B.T.U. Services on Sunday will be Him and let Him in. I am sure
of Mr.and Mrs.Isaiah Arnette. 5:30: p.m. and evening wor- as usual. The Men's Chorus that He can and will make all 1

It was a fine affair. ship 7:00: p.m. and Holy sing during morning worshipand things new for us all along

Watch Night services will Communion. gain the combined choirs our roads of life. Just say

begin with prayer meeting at will sing at the evening worship for yourself, the Spirit of

10 o'clock. service. Deacon Roy Christ isf reborn in me, and

Miss Claudia Hepburn, MT. ZION AME' Ross will accompany at the illuminaces my way. So if
I daughter of deacon and Mrs. piano. The Lord's Supper will God's will, meet me at the altar -
R. Hepburn and MissFlorence (OPA LOCKA) be administered.May of prayer, everyday.
Hanna, daugther of Mr. and Rev. Milton Fay son, pastor the Lord bless you Thanks.

Mrs. Carl Hanna-are spending Rev.Naomi Fayson preached richly this coming year.
the holidays at home.
a very spirited sermon,
They are students at Tuske- "Christmas Giving." She NEW MT. MORIAHRev.

College gee Institute, respectively.The and Benedict. ,went on to say that this was MATTHEW TEMPLE, A. L. Shipp, pastor

the time for giving up, forgiving Rev. E. D. Hill, pastor Sis. Evelyn Souter, reporter
out, and for giving of
pastor and family Ruth R. Lucas
one's self to the master. reporter Our General Conference
wish to thank the members Rev. Fayson was'assisted by tonight (Thursday) at 8 p.m.
and friends for cards
many The pastor is asking all mem-
r and other gifts.Special thanksto Bra Willie Young and officers Since the close of our
bers to please be present.Our .
music furnishedby
and the
was South Florida Annual Con-
Choir No. 1 for the pastor's church's
i robe, and to' the Willing the No. 1 choir. will have ference, Nov. 20, we have hada will be January 8th anniversary at 3 p.m.
The Missionaries
workers, the Missionary Society change of pastor, and havea We were elated over our many
their annual dinneron
Pot Luck
the Pulpit Aid Board new location to worship in: visitors who worshipped with
the Board and the the 27th in the annex at 8 7940 NW 15th Ave. The '
tr CHURCH OF THEINCARNATION Church of the Incarnation from Deacons us Sunday. Please come again.
Church of the Nazarene. Rev.A. .
Sunday School.CENTRAL. Also to
pjn.Mrs. our college students
7:30 to 9 about a life of
p.m. Evelenia Glenn, supe- C. Mozell, pastor. Our
home for
holidays.The .
prayer. We believe this to bea rintendent of the Sunday School hour for Church School is 12
Rev. A. Tyrrel Dear, vicar unique opportunity and hope announces the Christmas noon in the annex of the pastor and First

many can come. BAPTISTWEST program on Sunday, Jan. lat church, on the right side of Lady want to thank each one
This Wednesday, Jan. 4, ( HOLLYWOOD) the church. Worship service for their cards and gifts that

we are pleased to invite every New Year's Eve there will Rev. E. J. Clark, pastor 3:30.Watch Night Meeting Sa- begins at 1 p.m. Communionwill were given them during the

one of the community to come be an 11 p.m. service. On turday at 10:45 p.m. be administered at this holidays.Let .
to hear Mrs. Sybil Harton from There will be Watch Night us continue our
Sunday, the first, the Holy Communion at 11, hour. His subject of pray-
England.1 Mrs. Harton has Service Saturday beginning at message ers for our pastor, sick shut-
hours of service, 8 and 11 Sunday morning. will be the "Cup of Suffering." ,
written a number of books 10 You are invited to ins, bereaved families and
a.m. will be observed. Visitors p.m.
Want to work, turn over a All members Zionites and
about and is world watch with us. A special aer- those in the armed services

prayer renowned are always welcome. new leaf and come to busy Mt. friends of the city are invitedto
as a spiritual direc-I Praying a happy, peaceful I vice will begin at 12' a.m. Zion. > worship with us. You will Visitors. always welcome.
tor. She will soeak at the New Year for all. until 5 ajn. do well to hear our pastor. Our watch night serviceswill
begin at 9:30 p.m. Let us
and his
to meet wife. Well experienced
begin our new year right, by
in the work, to rebuild
the organization and attending those services. The
: Lord has been good to
us,s o
help establish Zion in this
let us do more for him in the
city .for such a time as this.
new year.

\ Ministerial Alliance I

to Meet at Kendall

On Tuesday January 3rd, attendance order that the
at 11 a.m. the interdenominational -
ministers may be brought up
't Ministerial Alliance of
to date
which Rev. Dr. E. T. Grahamis concerning all present
first phases of Urban Renewal and
president,will hold its
displacements as it effects
meeting ot the new year at
the Dade County Children's their congregations, and the

Home, 8500 SW 107th Ave. people of this community

Kendall, Fla.Official .
H greetings will be President Graham has also

given by Mr. Isaac A.Withers asked Rev. W. F. Savoy and
the superintendent. Rev. Ernest Hutcheson, Jr.,
The president has invited who are members of the Executive -

representatives from the Urban Board of the Alliance,
Renewal project to be in to plan a program for the installation -

and report to the
people. They are expected to
submit their
.. MT. MORIAH for this combined community

program at this meeting. It is
Members of Mt. Mori ah expected that the affair will

: ... Baptist Church enjoyed avery be held the early part of next
happy Christmas service, when a prominent pastor
The Rev. W. F. Tanner gave from Ft. Lauderdale will

P I YIM an inspiring message on be the guest speaker.
t "Christ is Coming Again,"

"' 'w to the Women's ,Chorus at 3 All ministers are urged to
p.m. when they celebratedtheir attend the meeting at Kendall

Members and friends of Mt. Calvary Baptist Church,. into their beautiful new air-conditlomd ediFice at 1140 12th anniversary.The January 3rd.GRACE.

. Rev. 5. A. Atchison, Pastor, are shown after marching NW 62nd Street on Sunday, Dec. 25. Johnson of Miami President, Mr. M. M.
photo. Bannerman, wishes to thank

everyone for cooperation in

II making the occasion a great UNITED
ST. JAMES AME Ft.Lauderdale, Rev.Thlapen, MT. CALVARY i year.This success. She asked all to call PRESBYTERIAN

Rev. F. E. Sneed, pastor host-presiding elder. 1140 NW 62nd Street Sunday means another them when needed.

1 Marie A. Childs, reporter All members are urged to Rev. Samuel Atchison, pastor I day that we have Holy Com- Let us pray for our sick 6895 NW 14th Avenue
attend these services. I munion. Everyone is urged to and shut-ins. Rev. W. F. Savoy
Constance Carter pastor
Rev. T. Roddy was our attend church on this most
guest speaker on Sunday mom-' I memorable Sunday. The evening message was I i
ing we also had a number of delivered by Rev. Dove, an
The Mt. Calvary Baptist uncle of Our condolences to Mrs.
visitors present, among whom ST. PAUL AME Church family express their Rev. Edcar. The ser- Agatha Hunter and
manw was inspiring family, at
were our pastor's father and Rev. T. C. Kelley, Jr. pastor deepest appreciation to'every Mrs. M. Lingo is in the the loss of the late Mr. Victor
sister. Mary Rawls, reporterOur one who participated in our ZION HOPE Jackson Memorial Hunter, whose funeral service
Love Feast and Watch Hospital. is
"March" into our new church. being
Meeting services will beginat Love Feast will be Thanks to you who were not Watch Night services will Abraham Brown, of 10141 of this writing.arranged at the time

10 p.m. Saturday. You are held Dec.31 at 8p.m., following able to be with us in body ,but |1 begin at 9 p.m. Saturday night W. Guava St., Perrine died

welcome to worship with us, the Love Feast will be were with us in spirit. May Visitors are always wel- Dec. 15. Survivors are a wi- Our Watch Night service

.and if it is a spiritual uplift our Watch Meeting which will God ever bless you. come to worship with us. Let dow,Mrs. Leavada Brown, two will be on Saturday night

you need, you will find i it start at 10 p.m. Our pastoris 1 us start the new year off by daughters, Mrs. Mary Collier Dec. 31 at 10:30 p.m. ,

here at the "friendly church." asking that both choirsI Watch niaht'service will I remembering, the golden rule, and Miss Martha Brown: one

Holy Communion and Baptism & II and Ushers' BoardsI be held on Saturday night, "Do unto others as you would son-in-law, Horace Collier, Ordination and Installation -
Sunday. morning. A n serve for the services, Dec. 31 at 10 p.m. You are I I have them do unto you." and 15 grandchildren of officers will be held

On Monday night, January and also for Sunday. welcome to come and see the Funeral services were this Sunday morning at the
2the PreaidmgElders Councilof Choir I & II will meet at old year out and the new year Rev. 'P. Freeman is pastor held Dec. 23 at Richmond 11:00 Communion service.

the 11th Episcopal District, the church, Thursday night for in while thanking God for letting < and Sis. E. Jackson is reporter Heights with Bain's Funeral To everyone A

will meet at St. James AME combined rehearsal at 8 p.m. you live tore another I Home in charge New Year! : Happy

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:OPf Legal ServicesIRWIN Cooperative Effort on Housing ,

I "I
kere are many practices which characterize generally Helps Displaced Families .
In the economically deprived bracket Such things as
e and how they reside how they buy and borrow I \ .....

are Indicative of theflnanclal status of these persons.e I Although the absence of fire at 1157 N.W. 3rd Ave. as a result of agreement<< unable to pay their m wing
find for Instance, that the vast majority of thoseng enabling state 1 legislation has nue, across the street from reached by the Inter-Agency expenses. Trucks have been ..
to our center for services rent- mostly apartments prevented relocation payments the area being cleared. It Relocation Committee. This maintained by the Dade

ccaslonally homes and that the rent Is paid weekly. for persons living in has been staffed by em- committee, appointed a year County Public Works Department -
Ian extreme rareity for one so renting to have a written the path of the east-west expressway ployees from the Urban Renewal ago by the County Manager It is anticipatedthat
1. Likewise frequently the weekly rent will Include utilities a cooperative ef- Agency the Miami Includes representatives of all persons in the pathof
fcntrast this to_those In Incomeorflnanclallevels above fort on the part of the Dade Housing Authority and the Urban Renewal Agency the expressway will have
overly or financially deprived levels. Many own their County Urban Renewal Agency EOPI. Every effort has been State Highway Department, been relocated by the end of fit
I homes and those who do rent do so upon other term the Miami busing made to qualify those per Dade County Minimum the month.

[conditions. They rent month to month or by the year Authority Economic Opportunity sons who are el1g1bI eforpub- Housing Q>division., City _
[have written leases to evidence their leasehold Intereste Inc., and the Dade lic housing. Lists of private of Miami Neighborhood Rehabilitation -

property. County Public Works Department rental units are also avail- Department and
lememloer that there are 52 weeks In the year but 12 has meant that the able. EOPI and is chaired by SUPPORT

Iths, which contain only 48 weeks when figured on a maximum possible help has Haley Sofge, Director of the
Is of 4 weeks to the month. been provided to the per- Because of the fast demo- Miami Housing Authority.In YOUR

sons being displaced.Dade lition of structures In thepathof addition to providing
hus a person paying $100.00 per month rent on atfhly r
expressway highway dls- advice on other accommodations -
[ basis will pay $1,200.00 while YMCA
which per year person County establisheda placers had top priority for EOPI has made
Ing $25.00 per week would to be
appear an
temporary relocation of moving into public housing trucks available to persons
valent monthly rental would actually end up paying .
00.00 per year. The Inclusion of utilities may or may
aa lataRaaaaSHELL'S
[ be advantages depending on the extra or Increased
being paid therefore. / ,

renting apartments or homes in the "" "',
any persons
\erty areas are paying rentals with which they could CITY ..D.A. C/pK[ NATURALIr A4ED RATN aIAGN NAwNRONEItSf I I"Ar
homes and pay monthly mortgages thereon;thereby
mutating an equity In the whlle .. q
property usually gettinger 0.. ,.,,0'" ,
living quarters or more square footage of living -.. UIIG'" ..,,..... I' W"J
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per person. f"""uc IT' u'
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mess establishments rather they will do their shopping : CRUNCHY IWIIY := '-" -
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spend money stores or businesses of more ., IAMOUt RAND
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alized character, usually In or around the area In which r RID : IOllnen "oun STEAK OUIGR FAON eMOt A

se i persons reside. GRAPES ::=SIRLOIN or lonOM TIP-EYE .95 Y &L lit YOUNG cri.ci.ATcD ti

|Likewise the institutions or businesses featuring the higher :a ROUND ROAST II0ADiliAITID u. 35 C

Test rates seem to get the vast majority of the money :- .OR eO "'TCMI GlL PROM.ReN
ing activity from the poorer class. The financial instl- : Yo 111 LOIN
ROB 10 To 22 LII.
ons so frequently utilized by the medium or in-
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i tUTun Iaa AI'' a 2 19:2r.

Is said that the poor shop and borrow money where '::=. ,:
Its easiest and most convenient for them; however they = 33'.4 Dnarllu"h'
last determine that it is also financially and economicallyse ':! ", o tTrLLOw

to do so. Before purchasing any item of consequence OR/-'R'N -:1 .. tiles .( o,,;'; HAM ;;;.L I""., 'ION.ON'
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and himself with the .
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should be considered before the purchase is made.In .RT NUTS : PARTY PLATTER Size 729 iM iii..u .lle

borrowing: money remember that there are great (AVtILANASA AaA r:. \': =ntvOIt YOu" _.... .
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Many of the poverty persons have not know but one

ay or mode of living and have not had the opportunity e Aaf1 T. IgTI
incentive to learn and do otherwise. People should not

reluctant to make Inquiry or Investigations Into matters
id things which will Improve their living standards and I 't t A.
:nditions; on the contrary they should make determinedforts 1 Rotus

[ to do so. On so many occasions better living quarters 1
mId have been obtained for the money being paid Items CHATtAU OAY 2 TOe TORIA A uTOA/AT/
done for less or N. r. aTAT[ NATURA Ir r 49
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seeking out the best means beCore making the transaction.

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1 16 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday. Dtctmbtr 31.

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701 Students Get :

41 4 1'7 to vfi t' is $504,346State in State Loans

+ I I ter graduation. Students are by the United States Ai rr Educational Depart- responsible for three per cent Funds,Inc., of New York City.
ment officials in Tallahassee and the federal government for The individual lending institutions -
4* said this week that the three per cent. make the decisionto
four-month-old Florida guaranteed make: loan, and. no collateral -
student loan program has Under the U. S. Office of is needed. Loans are
provided loans totalling Education program, Florida's available to any.full-time stu-
$504,346 for 701 students. share of the fund is $1.935,560 dent who attends an eligible
initiated in with the funds, already loaned junior college, college or
The program tuition representing about 26 percent university any where in the
September, provides
a- and money to Florida of the total. country.
I expense
+ / rY The Florida Scholarshipand
and other states,
More than ISObankscredit Loan Commission, ap-
State School Supt.
/h Yla" unions and other institutionsin
pointed by Oov.Haydon Bums
Christian.The the state are listed with'the as the administering agency,
Education Department as contracted with the United
loans are to be repaid, participating in the pro&am.Their States Aid Fund to operatethe
t.' o with six per cent Interest, af- loans are guaranteed program.


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Spectacular grid Iron star Hank Washington is shown with little Horace Johnson, v'"' "; ,, .:'.J.: :':r' I
age 8, at Variety Children's Hospital where the North-South football teams visited ,,, '. ",,'
I this week prior to the big game. Members of both teams brought good cheer and loads

of gifts to the bedridden patients.

. 209 Students Get Reading AwardsThe ,

T. W. Reading and are designed with space school work together on the
Award" was presented to for six stars, which will be project.
209 Junior High students at added one by one, if thewin-: The special "enrichment St
Booker T. Washington ners continue to make progress fund" of the school, built by i 3
\ School this week. The letters during i six grading gifts from many sources,
and certificates were foi periods. They are BTW supplies money for the let
achievement reading In the School colors, orange and ters.
seventh, eighth I and ninth black. "We had a substitute teacher .a

grades. "The idea is to place em- who donatedherpay to the
Assistant Principal Harold the importance of fund," Mast stated.Dr. Bert wIItiI
phasis on R
Mast said each has
pupil reading" Mast said. "We Kidman started it when he
made exceptional progress call It the reading incentive was assistant principal here.
c in reading since school started
Every time he was paid a fee
The 700 students of the program.
for making a speech, he contributed -
school were eligible to com- the fee, and I do the
With Miss Delores E. Hart
pete, he said.
same thing.
The letters are similar to as' chairman, the five zations in the school organi-also Muhammad's Mosque No. 29, Miami, has launched a drive to sell/ thousands of
those awarded to athletes, language art teachers of the contribute." copies of "Message to the Blackman/ in America" by the Honorable Elijah Muham-
mad. In the above photo are seen brothers of the F.O.I." in the Fiesta Room of the
I Fy F.s Mary Elizabeth Hotel on Tuesday evening, January 24, 1967.
+ S / Y Minister Troy Bey (on newly installed podium and rostrum) with Universalflag

of Islam in from left' to right: Brothers, John 3X, Lt. Willie, 3X Isiah X, David X,
Lt. James 11X, Copt. Samuel X, Lt. James 9X, Bennie X, James 5X, Willie 2X.

) Grant Heads FAMU Alumni I

TALLAHASSEE-James idem; Mrs. Sue K. Russell, urer; 'Wallace Burgess, Tal-
Gant, specialist in secondary Tallahassee, financial sea lahassee, sergeant-at-arms;
education, Florida State Department cretary; Mrs. Lucille Wil- Hansel Tookes, Tallahas-
: of Education, was llams, Tallahassee, recordsee, publicity director; and
recently elected president of Ing secretary; Mrs. T. L Atty., Ed Duffee Jr., Talla-
the General Alumni Association Lang:. Tallahassee, treashassee, parliamentarian.
of Florida A&M University
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A native of Telogla, Fla.,
ii Mr. Gant is 1946 graduate Call
of Florida A& M He received v
the master's degree from I CHARLESROGERS
Indiana University in 1960.
Other officers elected were:
Mrs. Frankie Rolle Miami,
.. I Mrs. Irma B. Swilley, Mar-
Ianna, Monsolee Davis,
I Jacksonville, Felix Cosby, : AT PL 1-7502
Orlando, and Leonard
I Campbell, Tampa,Vicepres-

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rHE.MIAMI TIMES. Friday December.31, 1966 17

with. 6 Wildcats Coaches
Spearing ........ on
Looking theSPORTS '

.. All Conference Team <

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'1 Bethune-Cookman College year and George King,
placed six Wildcats on B-CC's rambling quarterback '
the Coaches All-Conference from Pompano Beach,
BY HARRY SPEAR Team and two on the At- Florida were named to the WORLD4
,lanta Dally World All-SIAC second team. I
'Team as Larry Little and a.Y'LEO ARMBRISTCR OverTALLHEADUNESOFI.s
Henry Still were named first- In the Annual Atlanta
YEAR JOLTINGS string tackles onboth World All-SIAC Conference

Your writer takes this opportunity to wish you all squads. Squad, Larry Little and
and Henry Still were named. Lit-
Happy Prosperous New'Year. During an annual conference tle and Still will be honored The world in 1966 was' full of news and the news
meeting on SIAC when the 22 All-SIAC Squad and the news was full of sports.
LAGLER KENNEL CLUB STARTS IS6T SEASONThe Coaches in Atlanta, Georgia. is put on display at the32nd News that dominated the headlines and kept the
I this weekend, the first and Annual Jamboreesponsored the Sports World forever looking, and gendering were
Flagler Kennel Club will kick off its 1967 sean second offensive and defensive by the Daily World, Jan-, such events as:
' next Tuesday, Jan. 3rd with an Inaugural field teams were of announced.the SIAC Conference uary 13th in Georgia. Miami's addition to the AFL bearing the moniker

jaded by the veteran stakes winners Fortunate and From Bethune-Cookman, month Larry, was Little named, earlier Most this ofDolphins" and winning three games as an expan ......1
ob's Vickie. Post time for the first race is 8 p.m. College, Larry Little, a tackle Valuable Player and Out- team.
1 It will mark the first time in half a dozen yearsat ( from Miami, Florida; standing Defensive Playerofthe
Flagler has operated during the peak of the winter Henry Still, a tackle from Year by his teammates University of Miami's record season of 8-2-1 (Liberty -
eason, and the track has attracted a lion's share of the .Columbus; Henry Harris, a_during an Honors'Banquet. Bowl included). Steve Spurrierof the Universityof
aHon's big name greyhound stars. guard from delray Beach, He also made Little All- Florida Heisman Trophy Award winner.
While the Inaugural field was not definitely set as Florida; and Alvin Wyatt, America on the Ebony Scoreboard City Manager Melvin Reese detouring the Airport

e Miami Times went to press, it appeared likely that a defensive, Florida safety were from namedto Jacksonville Arkansas Team and of recently Pine Bluff received course expressway for recreation.around Lejeune golf course leaving the

ortunata, winner of the $31,400 Biscayne AllFloridaast the first team. Samuel honorable mention
spring, and Bob's Vickie, winner of the 0. P. Cooper, and end from Plant votes from Florida Sports Mays High School's excellent season on the grid-
mith Memorial at Miami Beach, would be opposed in City, Florida who grabbed' Writers to the All-States iron winning state championship an 11-0 record.
he event by the Irish imports Broadford and Westpark five touchdown passes thisJohn Team. Sandy Koufaxretiring at 30 after pitching the Dodgers -
ercury, Belinda Lou, Upppa Bear, Little Sprad and to a pennant.
Westpark Mercury recently competed for the Irish ton Celtics.
[earn in the $25,000 Irish-American Classic at Bis-
Roger Marls being given to the St.Louis Cardinals
bayne, while Barney O'Donnell's Belinda Lou was a
finalist ia both the Flagler Derby and the $50,000 Wonderland Be while Maury Wills was- traded to.the Pirates. .

(Mass.) Derby within the year. Cassius Clay near department after questioningstate -
Distance races (7/16ths and 9/16ths) and stakes
department on why he should go to Viet Nam when
vents will be featured throughout the 105-night Flager he personally has nothing against the Congs.
[ season with will offer Miami greyhound followers
d FK fM'SF'F -
oth the Twin Double and the $3 Perfecta as extra wa- ;sxut Clay, emphasizing he was not a patriot, but a fair-
[gering features this season. |I styled pugilist, who toyed with Chuvalo, Cooper, Lon-
The Twin Double, with a record Flagler payoff of \t don, Mildenberger and Cleveland Williams.
$26,830, will be on the 6th,7th, 8th and 9th races, with i
the Perfecta on the 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th races nigh- Ted Williams receiving 93 per cent of the Hall of
ly. The national payoff record on the Perfecta is in ex- ( Fame votes and being enshrined with Casey. Stengel,
cess of $3,000. q'uite' an odd couple.
Flagler's stakes program, carrying a total valuein Ryan or Ryun, I can't remember which, running the
excess of $130,000, will Include a $5,000 Marathon mile In 3:51.3.:

Championship Jan. 7-21); $80,000 International Clas- Earl Wilson's incident in a Winter Haven lounge,
sic Jan. 28-Mar. 11; $20,000 Kennel Medley Championship which led to his being traded to Detroit in June and
March 18-April 8; $5,000 American Hurdle Champ- subsequently winning 18 games.
ionshio, April 1-14; $10,000 Flagler Derby, April 15-26, Ralph Houk changing from flannels
grey stripped,
and a winner-take-ellmatch series bet- .
$10,000 race flannels '
ousting Johnny Keane.
ween the winner of the $80,000 Classic and the winner j$ ;
of the $30,000 Derby Lane Classic at St. Petersburg. i a
Jim Brown choosing the movies over the mayhenofof
pro football, while Lake Erie overflowed with Cleveland -

? The fullest World Series' in modern
J-""': '* .". : :: !E history beingwon
Five handicaps will usher th the long New Year's by the Orioles in four.

weekend at Tropical Park beginning on Wednesday,
Dec. 28 with Miss Miami Beach Handicap and the fourthin ... oMJ1! ; Frank Robinson hopping from one league to the
the sunshine Endurance Series. On Saturday it will i f'-'f! other and winning all honors there were.
be the $15,000 City of Miami Beach Handicap for two- f Tony Colinger of Atlanta hitting two grand slam
year-olds at one mile and a sixteenth and on Monday it home runs in one game.

will be the 18th running of the New Year's Handicap, a wwxwYm'si .
sprint for three-year-olds and older. v Larry Jester, Cards rookie left hander, blankingthe
:i iCan Dodgers five straight times.
The $7500 Miss Miami Beach Handicap will match Mel Ott's national league home run record being
fillies and mares over the mile and one sixteenth route. was snapped with Willie May's 512th round tripper. -<
Among the candidates are Mrs. Ben Cohen's Bacasiwo,
who has won a pair of local handicaps at the six fur- Tony Lema, one of golf's most colorful pros and
long distance, and Walnut Hill Farm's 'Shade 2nd who a Scotch actually taste good?Ask the bom-anoV his wife died in a plane crash; other notables found in
has won the past two distances events and left Bacasiwo bred Scotch drinker They've been smacking their the obituary column were: Randy Turpin, Eddie Casey,
in her wake. The weight assignments are expectedto lip over John Begg for years. Suddenly this grand Hank Gowdy, Charlie Dressen, Bob "Mr. Team" Elliott
bring and others together in this longest of the seriesof old name is on the tip of everybody's tongue.'7 ake a and Russ Murray.
handicaps for fillies and mares. peg o'Begg. It'* a wee bit better than the best,"say
The Sunshine Endurance Series number four will the poetic Scots of their treasured John Begg,whose The Celtics won the NBA championship, Kauai
pit Carrasco against the formidable adversaries TerraHi taste is gentle and whose price is light King the Derby and Preakness, Jack Nicklaus won the
and Grand Marias. Since his Tropical debut, a race lass limn tctrci mi ucs-M rnoF.Mrnrn JAMS M.MCMI i n.DC.R.y. Masters, Gieberger the PGA and Casper the US Open.Ltr' .
he won by eight lengths, the South American Carrascohas
been improving enormously in every effort. He has -
now won his last pair of efforts by eight and nine lengthsthe
South American O rrasco has been improving enor-
mously in every effort. He has now won his last pair of HELP HELP HELP
efforts by eight and nine lengths. He carried 122 pounds
last substantial .'
week and will undoubtedly pick up "
poundage.The FRANKLIN
Of Macon, Georgia
$15,000 City of Miami Beach Handicap will be DIVINE
the first event of thelocal season that requires two-year-
, olds to travel a distance of ground. Among these expected SPIRITUAL HEALER
Jesus !I. truly giving vic-
to go postward are Farbizon,winner of division tory to many, many p.opU'sproblems.
of the Alligators Stakes and the Florida Breeder's ( "
$10,000 added James H. Bright Memorial. This latter SUCCESS CAN BB YOURS. 1961
the distance ofthe See or write me today. I ,
race exclusive to Florida breds is at
have a special message for "
City of Miami Beach Handicap. Jovial Boy, who defeated every troubled soul. Last OPENING
Colonel Bay week many, many people
ed Farbizon here, at the meeting, is also expected to were helped by my special
selected Bible reading, to FPbL7ry
in the field. be read on Special Days.If TUESDAY *
Sharing them supporting feature role on Saturdaywill you want to be delivered
be the fourth leg of the Florida Endurance Series.. .quickly, Send $1.00 and.tamped.elraddres.ed en- JAN. 3 FEOT o aOp
This will rematch Colonel Bay, winner of the first leg, r
and Reneger, who defeated Colonel Bay by a whisker in VV. O'ROOSEVELTFRANKLIN B ff ..:C
the Second leg.Monday .
it will 'be the sprinters turn again in the 630 MORROW AVENUE
$15,000 New Year's Handicap.There is an abundance of Mac i.Go.Phi SH 5-6475
quality sprinters in Florida this, year; Sikbin, Quinta, You will get th.t.
Pollux, Bay phantom,Flag Raiser,Third Martini,Shrine Special Sel.ct.d Bible
Game. have been nominated to Verses By Return Mall
All of these and more
this of the New Year.
first added event
money .


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Child Shall Lead Them

I spoke with you yesterday, and might I remind you
today that I am your distant kin.There is mother, father,
spa sister, brother and there is cousin. It is the will of

"Our Father"' that I, your cousin, tell you of my experiences -
so that you might share the enlightment thatI
have been fathering over the years. There is no doubt
(I that I have been more fortunate than some of you. For
,,,. what reason? For the reason that' I might write COUSINS -
t f to share with you the spiritual blessing ,of Our


I lie here in bed writing you, between my wife
ft -I Ik and me is an infant child. This minute she is singingand
playing. One might say, she is very happy; and I
am thinking what a joy a child is. I might say this to
you who for one reason for another have experiencedan
occasion on which a child seemed not a joy but a sor-

LdlIla row,it was not ever so intended.A THING OF BEAUTYIS
A JOY FOREVER. Children are a thing of beauty.
Worrisome though they are sometimes, cry though they
_- often will in the middle of the night; we have cried
within our souls night and day and day and night We
I Publisher's The luxurious S/S Miami will take some 75 members of* the National Newspaper have expected our Father in heaven to answer our cries.Is .
I' ( Publishers Association on a three-doy business and pleasure cruise to Nassau on it not then rightful that we answer the cries of our
( r. Cruise Jan.13.Thecrui eisthecuITinationoltheAnnuaIMiwinterWorkshopolthegroup's children.
January 11.13 Miami convention.

This minute Trebla is having herself a "ball."

She is dribbling in my chest. Now, she bounces back!
Publishers Meet Here Jan. 11-16
If to She is patting my stomach and looking gleeful standing
up.She falls back! Does all this seem odd? Is it mean-
C publishers ofNegro-orient-. begin the following morning and Longworth Quinn, Michl- ingful or meaning less. She is a thing of joy to me. We
ed newspapers throughout the A program, both informa- preceding a luncheon meeting gin Chronicle, will end with a are things of joy to "Our Fathers." As I look on my
U. S. will converge on Miami tive and entertaining, has sponsored by Joe Christian of dinner meeting sponsored by children or as you look at your children so doesthe
Jan. 11-16 to attend a Midbeen arranged for the delega- of Seagrams where Miami Ma- Mrs. Inez Kaiser of SevenUpat FATHER look on us all. Isn't it right, then, that we
winter Workshop hosted by tion and visitors by PresidentThe yor Robert King High will the Bis cayne Terrace,the
Miami Times. Frank Stanley, publisher of welcome the group on Jan. 12. convention headquarters hotel. should be as big toward bur children as we expect God
The National Newspaper The Louisville Defender. and An afternoon panel discus- Preceding the dinner, Herb to be toward us.He said except we be as little childrenwe
Publishers Association will Garth C. Reeves, editor of sion featuring such renown Wright of Philip Morris will cannot enter into the kingdom of heaven. He said,
hold two days of meetings, the host paper. panelists as John H.Johnson, entertain with a cocktail.A "A little child shall lead them."Isn't this significant?"
then, by invitation from the The convention will get of Johnson Publications ; Jan. 13 morning panel
Bahamas government, who will underway Wednesday, Jan. Charles Loeb,Cleveland Call- discussion and a noon lun-
entertain them upon arrival, 11 with a get-acquainted party Post, George Mouche, Amalgamated cheon meeting sponsored by Is it then worthwhile for us to look around at our
board theluxurious S/S Miami sponsored by Dan Kean of Publishers; Ken Wilson -' Coca-Cola will conclude the leaders, the children? There she goes again! She is having -
for a three-day Cruise to Nas-- Gulf Oil. Workshop sessions,- anNewspaper;. onshore activities of the publishers herself a ball.She is lying on the pillow and smil-
IHlBIHSAMPSO'N'SMARKET I who will then depart ing at me with those two big teeth. I love her. Now I
I Miami aboard the S/S Miami reach for her. She rolls off toward her mother. Would
: I I for the convention closing you believe it? Father loves her most of all. "Our Father
I meeting while enroute to Nas-
| sau. The Bahamas Ministry loves us most of all. It is his will that we be happy.
I of Tourism will entertain the This bed is Treble's. Why? Because I, her father provided
I publishers while in Nassau. it for her. This world is ours. Why? Because God
,: 1466 NW 62 Si.II The ship will return at 8:30: the Father provided it for us. It is his will that we en-
.. I a.m. Jan. 16. joy it. It is my will that Trebla enjoy this bed becauseI
;fREE DELIVERY .Frl. & Sat. Open ,til 9p.m. have provided it for her.So as we rush toward the new
Sun & Mon.'-'Open til 12 Noon year, let me say this, "Happy New Year." "Live and
CarverRanches let live." Love, love, love. It is the will of our Father.
Smoked "God is love." This is our Father's world. Enjoy it,it
is his intention that you and I should enjoy' it. It is his
.I intention that we be loving toward our children and all
children as he has been loving toward us. It is his will
HOG JOWLS whoe3S, News that we be forgiving toward our children as he is for-
giving toward us. It is his will that we provide for our
6y Weluc Bow children as he has provided for us. "The Earth is the

,Lb South Broward Post No. Lord's." This is our Father's world cousins.
8195 will have their New
Year's party New Year' s ,
eve at 10:30 p.m. All member
Fresh Fla' Happy please be present. Opa-locka YOUNG ARTISTS WIN
Gr. A EGGS2 Doz.88j. N.w ,' Post No. 5693 and neighboring SHOPPING CENTER
V.ar posts are invited to
come and enjoy themselves. CONTEST
Folia Boyd i is commander.The .
Fire Department of Rodrie Culpepper of 2907

CHICKEN WINGS 31 Ibs.$1 its West next Hollywood meeting Monday will nightat hold NW 56th at St.Gladeview, a fifth grade Elemen-student -
the fire house
on 44th Ave.
tary School won first place for
and 21st Street.NOW the best elementary school
entry at the Northside Shop r4

0 SPARE RIBS .:. : : 49CL6i : OPENPRINCE'S Art ping Contest.Center Christmas Card

The happy young artist
won a $7.50 gift certificate
i ad'w FRANKS $1 good at any store in North- Charles E. Lane, graduate
\. side. Two other youngsters at from Miami NorthwesternHigh
Gladeview School also won
School and also
prizes. Maxine Moss took socondplacehonors -
Ft. Dick Large and Small
and wiltadel
Vehicle School. lie received
PitBarB.Q Thomas was judged third best.A a
EGG NOG 69( RICE6 59*: is medal being for shipped shaprshooting out Dec. and 29.
o beautiful plaque was to Vietnam. He spent 14 days
awarded to Rodrie during a
home with his parents, Gladys
special assembly
program. Baker and
Marie Wallace, 1425
The art posters are
01' 27th Ave. currently on display in the NW 70th ,St. Miami.
Larg Bog ORANGES 25 various store windows at
Bag i Northside Shopping Center.

& 46th St. TO ALL BARBERSThe

I D. L 12 Oz. Pka..191 BUTTER BALL.LPEASo33c BEST HICKORY LOYAL KNIGHTS Liberty Barbers'City, Coconut Union 950 Grove of
_- Black Eye and Opa-locka has agreed to
COOKED RIBS Winners in the Loyal close the year around on Wed-
Knights contest Dec.21 were: nesday, starting January 4.
ANDCHICKEN First prize 690,Betty D. Ball, Hoping that all will cooperate
J a TV,Second prize 617,Willie .
1$9.66 IN TOWN Robinson, portable radio, J. H. Kelley, president Ie
third prize 357, Leroy Floyd,
: | half
.. ... gallon whiskey
.,.,. Jan. 6

THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 31, 1966 19


CLASSIFIED ADS $69 Month w ill take very good car., of Career
Pays all. Drive by 2138 NW yi our child in my home. 759-
85th St., nice 2 bedroom, car- g;135.
potr, CBS, 1300 down. Positions

DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS WEDNESDAY NOON realtor, anytime, 751-2243. EAST COAST TAILORS $500 per month to start. 45 ""
current openings for

FOR RENT FOR RENT FOR SALE Well Dressed Man young men 21-29, who are
.uxury house. $27 per week. shop available. Ac- high school graduates.Paid .
Apartments at 253 NW 42nd commodations for six or seven ondRemodelingFAST insuranceand
Alteration vacation;
IBS, 2 bedroom, apt. $22. $100 Down to GIs
St. Phone: 751-8376. Close In' 17th Ave. operators and a roomy wig pension plans; paid
lice 1 bed. duplex. Apt. $19. comer, SERVICE
vault. Inquire at Joe's Old sick leave nine paid ho-
Eico 1 bed. CBS, apt. $17.50. Fla room, 2 large bedroom, Shouldn't tailor bo ;
2 bedroom your
house, 1865 NW store, 6670 NW 18th Ave. lidays; other fringe benefits -
completely fenced. $400 down
Mood 2 bed., rear house $22. 88th St. Adults preferred. EAST COAST and job security.
Corner 1 bed. CBS duplex apt. Call 6931924.FOR $92 mo. pays all. Hurry, thiswon't HELP WANTED 111 NW 62 ST.
$19 week. last. Call Harry or Helen -'
59 LABORER positions
Wanted for sales work. Maleor
:BS 1 bed. duplex apt. $19. RENT OR SALE Denny, Tip Top Realtors, Female. Apply 1488 NW PL 8.$901! also available. $1.79 to
ll bed. porch plus Duplex apt. ). A cuff whllo you wait $1.95 hours, 40 hour week
62nd St. (Beauty Center
Lovely small
I $19. for 1 or anytlmo Medical examination required -
ILIBERTY RENTAL 'AGENCY 2 people. $20 per week. Wills $100 Down Payments --- but no written exam
62nd ell cheap. NE 5-5566. 2-3-4 bedroom CBS like new. Beauticians', wanted at once. for laborer positions.
2020 NW street
Anyone can buy, vets or non- Salary guaranteed. Call Mrs.
633-7809 FOR SALE vets payments from $59 mo. Frazier Little Nooks Beauty FOR RENT Apply at City of Miami
I Come into our office and we, '3 bedroom pays all one mortgage. Call Shop, 633-9202 or 6356811. OR SALE Personnel Office, 3318
I will show you a good apt. Pan American Drive, 2nd
$1000.00 down payment. No now we have the keys. Harry 3 bedroom CBS house, largo Floor.

qualifying. CBS, only five and Helen Denny, 9477111. PosilionsAvailable lot In Bunch Park. Dec. 30
I Furnished efficiencies for one years old. Modern style with --- 665.5126
lor two persons. $13 to $17 jalousie windows andterrazzo No. QualifyingFour

week. Liberty Rental Agency, floors on large comer lot. bedroom, 1 bath, frame
2020 NW 62nd St. '633-7809. Biscayne Realty, Inc.(broker) house, low down payment, Director Coordinator
Nice 1-- 759-8600. move right in. Call Broker to Qualifications: Florida teacher Ford Real Estate SpecialsRENT
bedroom apt.completely -- see. Martin M. Berney, 624- certification in Early Child-
fum. 1 block to bus line Three Bedroom 6983.
hood whh'experience
and utilities. Call Mr.Hoag at CBS with Fla porch. Hugh -- Education in preferably OR BUY!
I 6962467. house with laundry room, garage pre-school or

-.bedroom fenced yard in perfect 1240, NW Allapattah 31st St.Area Drive by early elementary with experience teaching in ,edu-together ((1) 1301 NW 60 St.2 bed. house. ,$20 wk.
apt. 12500.00 FHA
I yard and porch. Call OX 1- with no closing costs. Biscayne move$75 mo.in, 2 pays bedroom all., 10500.Vacant, cational or social_ administra- ((2)) 3040 NW 56 St. 1 bed. house. $18 'wk.
Salary $700 month
2426. Realty, Inc. (broker) per
7598600.No. total. $350 down, FHA. A. maximum. ((3)) 3020 NW 52 St.2 bed. duplex. $23 wk.
bedroom Ben-Kori, Realtor, anytime,
New CBS two apt.
765 NW 69th St.. Free water, Closing Costs 751-2243. Center Teacher Coordinator ((4)) 2125 NW 58 St. 2 bed. duplex. $20 wk.
gas and stove. Adults pre- CBS in gorgeous condition. Qualifications: Florida teacher -
ferred. Two air conditioners, wall to Edison Area certification, preferably in ((5)) 5710 NW 7 Ct.- 4 bed. house. $20 wk.
wall carpeting throughout.Has 5661 NW 6th Ave. Drive by 2 Early Childhood Education
Spacious one bedroom apt., separate garage, fenced yard, bedroom, 2 bath, oak floors, with at least two years of
furn., air conditioner, adults sprinkler system Spotless. you will like thin inside, teaching experience in kindergarten $100 DOWN PAYMENT .. ..
references needed. 1210 Biscayne Realty, Inc. (broker) has Fla room and garage,
only, or Early Elementarylevel.
759-8600. $450 down. FHA terms. Ben- 1324 NW 58th Terr.4 bed. house. $25 wk.
NW 77th Terr. Salary $600 per month
Kori, Realtor, anytime, 751-
-- Furnished 2243. maximum. 774 NW 70th St.4 bed. house. $27.50 wk.
Nice lady or gentleman in
$300 down. No qualifying.
private home, priced $12.50. Teachers
Move in for New Year's.Niceclean
5710 NW 19th Ave. 634-5691. Qualifications: Bachelors Degree -
Vacant HomesI
furn. FORD
CBS, completely REALTY INC. Broker
--- Full Price only $8950.00 have 3 nice homes that you in Education preferably ,
Applications now being taken right into, if in Early Childhood educationwith
can move you
Biscayne Realty, Inc.(broker),
for small units building, 7598600.No. have down payment and good at least one year expe- 3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 6354595Life's
790 NW 35th St. one bedroom, credit. Call me for further rience in kindergarten or

$110 per month. Air cond., Closing Costs information. A. Ben-Kori, Early Elementary level. Salary -

heated, carpeting new stove CBS with oak floors, jalousie Realtor, anytime, 751-2243. $425 per month maximum.
and refrig. tile bath, effcy. windows, large kitchen, will --- Location: Palm Beach County.
also $100 per mo. air cond., be painted inside and out. In-Law SpecialNo Best Buys
heated carpeting, new stove Only $9800 FHA with no qualifying, nice 2 bedroom Send resume' to:
and refrig., tile bath. See closing costs. $70 per month home plus attached efficiencynice Executive Director
Dixie Rental Agency, Inc. pays all. Biscayne Realty, for your parents to live in Palm Beach County Com-
3202 NW 17th Ave. Phone Inc. (broker) 759-8600. or rent it. Drive by 1730 NW munity Action ,Council,. Inc.
6332429. ----- 85th st. $1500 down, terms P. 0. Box 6605, West P. aim RICHMOND HEIGHTS BARGAINLike

No qualifying. No qualifying. arranged. A. B n-Korl, real- Beach, Fla. 33405 new 3 bedroom CBS at 14960 Jackson St.
2 bedroom house, 1085 NW 58 2 bedroom, 1 bath, CBS. See tor, anytime,'7512243. AnEqual Opportunity EmployerMrs.
at 1735 NW 74th st. Call at Tile roof, awning windows, freshly painted inside *
St. $25 week.-631NW 7.5thSt. once. Low down payment. and out. FHA bargain at $10,700 with $350
$25 week-7621 NW 6th Ct., Martin M.Bemey, broker, 624- down, $66.39 month and seller pays all closing
$20 week-Dixie Rental Agency 6983.
Inc. 3203 NW 17th Ave. costs. Vacant.
Frazier at the 3 BEDROOMNEW
633-2429. Have 2 Duplexes. Both ex-
cellent deals. Call me at HOME
1 bedroom duplex, 560 NW once for information. Martin LITTLE NOOKS SMALL DOWN new CBS at 15620 NW 26th Ave. Large Fla.
58th St. 22.50 weekly4042NW M. Berney, broker, 6246983.See BEAUTY SHOPoyt PAYMENT inside and
room, large yard, freshly painted out,

4113 23rd NW 23rd Ave. $24$20 weekly-week- this 2 bedroom, 1 bath No qualifying, no closing ,- 1 block from 27th Ave. and shopping. FHA bar
1y-6837 NW 6th Ave.Ave. $18 per- house at 2530 NW 82nd St. No produces healthy healthy scalp hair. cost, straight first gain at $9,000 with $300 down, $55.80 month
qualifying. Call me for excellent mortgage. and seller all closing costs. Vacant.
week. Dixie Rental Agency, deal. Can be boughtfor Bring ut your beauty pays
Inc. 3203 NW 17th Ave. 633- low, low price for cash. problems. 3615 NW 214th StreetFree
Martin M. Berney, broker, Scalp Treatment ROSENBERGUN 15100 NW 26 AVENUE

5 room house in Liberty City 624-6983. 5000 NW 27th Avenue 6-9798 J 13 Bunch. Park Bargain, CBS, freshly painted inside

area very reasonable. PL 4- Duplex, CBS, 2 bedroom, 1 633-9209 or 635-6811 and out, awning windows, large near yard,

4997. bath each side. Large kitchen, 1 block from 27th Ave. and shopping. Price only .
tiel roof, low, low down pay- $8,500 with $300 down. $52.60 month and seller ,r,
Nice 2 bedroom rear house. ment, 4801 NW 19th Ave.Call
closing costs. Vacant have keys.
$20 weekly. Liberty Rental Mr. White 624-4874. (TF)
Agency, 2020 NW 62nd St. ALL OUR FRIENDS 2005 NW 93 STREET

633-7809. 3 bedroom CBS house, hard- Beautiful 3 bedroom CBS, corner, tile roof, separate

wood floors, tile bath, venti- NEW YEAR SPECIALS wall to wall carpeting, fenced,
Nice large house, big yard, lated awnings, air condition,
awnings, Fla room, large kitchen, modern appliances
3 bedroom, $27 weekly, li- $1500 down, $73.49 mo. pays
44 NW 41 TERRACE kiddies pool. This Is a large house with
berty Rental Agency,2020 NW all, taxes, interest, insurance ,
62nd St. 633-7809. 4V4% FHA mortgage, no qualifying all large rooms-on 2 lots. Price $16,000, $600
down 2 bedroom Fla
$250 FHA CBS
near Shell Market, 759- down, $98 month. Seller pays all costsl! Vacant.
screened Excellent condition in and
plus porch.
Nice large rooms in private I 9135. (Jan. 6) 1945 NW 90 STREET
home Nice and Clean.
some with private bath. out.

Come in person 4728 NW 21st $100 Down to Vets DRIVE BY THESE THEN CALL E HI SON 3 bedroom CBS, floors, newly refinished, freshly
Ave. $400FHACBS nice Fla.room, painted open front porch, jalousie windows,
2 large bedrooms, carport and 1461 NW 92nd St. Being sold on FHA tirms. large yard. Price $12,000 with $400 down and

Room or efficiency. Private garage, completely fenced Extra, extra, specials. Very large CBS homes $7441 month. Vacant. We have keys.

entrance. Also 2 bedroom hous B yard, like park. Big bar-b-que, 75x110 lot. Tilt roof, dining room, Fla room, 1H
in Carver's Ranches. $90 mo sprinklers, awnings, fruit 9946 NW 24 AVENUE
bath, large garage, reverse cycle air conditioner.
758-2463. trees, FHA price 12500. Luxurious corner CBS, flat tile roof, Fla room,
Wall to wall carpeting, fenced yard. Only $16,500 total.
Call now, Harry or Helen garage, awnings, large fenced yard, gas heat. A
Room with private bath, 1220 I Denny, Tip Top Realtors, I. better home at $13,000 FHA with $400 down and

NW 31st st. after 6 p.m. 947-7111. 825 NW 84th St. $300 down. FHA, CBS, terrazzo $80 month and seller pays all costs.

floors, carport. County taxes only.

2218 NW 102 STREET

Be A Nurses' Aide 60 NW 42nd .St. Lovely CBS Duplex. $450 Tile roof, extra large Fla room, stove, refrigerator. -

down, FHA, 2 bedroom each side. Terrazzo House will be painted to suit buyer. FHA

floors, carport, county taxes only. price $11,500 with $350 down and $65.11 month.

REGISTER NOW FOR JANUARY 16th CLASS Pass by and call us to inspect interior.

438 NW 59th St. 4 furn. CBS, units $16,000
WRITE total. No qualifying. Only $3,000 down. WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES




2380 West Flagler StreetOr Life Realty Broker ..,

443-9741 Call: EDISON REALTY, Realtors 4932 NW 7th Ave PL 9-4371

For Brochure Jan.6 175 N.W. 62nd St 751-2441 Open 7 Days Per Week Evenings Tool



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20 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 31, 1966

Don't Count Lockhart Ouf, He Was

f .. : Top Negro in Claude Kirk Camp 4

Charles A. Lockhart; who. fice in assisting and keeping I
was appointed a Consultant to us informed regarding the $
the Division of Economic problems of the migrant, as
Opportunity in Dade County by well as the immigrating Cubans ',' tl.
Oov. Haydon Bums, has been la they affect the economy of ; ,
notified that on Dec. 31, his Dade County." tf"
services will terminate be- /1 '" '. I
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cause of the budget of the Oov. Bums said in his personal l .1. "''t.'.,'" -.',,."" S\ tt: 1
Economic Opportunity setup. : letter to Mr. Lockhart, :; ::.:.
Many of the key white dated Dec. 12, 1966: :.. ..
leadership In the poverty ,, \.\ :... .. .'
; :r Ir'
program throughout the state "1 want you to know how I,
will hate to see Lockhart much I appreciate the splendid''' \ .,
leave. Lockhart proved to be effort you have put forth as s ;f ,'. .. ivl JJI';
the most effective troubleshooter consultant to the Division of ., !/. .
in the entire program, ,- Economic Opportunity."At t:1 ,'1,' 11I1oJ
l and was the first man called burg Tins hinted at a conflict / L > t. ,;j!
when a ticklish situation arose. of interest with his regular the time you were ap- r jfi t. I 4
( { "(I",'." Those who think thatLockhart's job as public relations pointed, we had many difficult L-- .
state connectionswent director for Bonded Rental situations facing us in the
out with Oov. Haydon .
Agency.In Dade County area. Your thorough -pp
Burns have another thought his letter to Lockhart, and knowledgeable -
coming. Lockhart worked very Keyes said, in part: application, together with !t
closely with Bums in his ef- "The present budget under your experienced background, __
fective undercover hatchet which we are operating ter- most ably fitted you for this
job on Mayor Robert King minates the end of this month assignment."
High, and was probably the and we have been asked b y
top Negro leader in the Claude the Regional Office to reduce Lockhart,who was appointed
Kirk camp. Very few people the number of employes on about a year ago, .was re-
think that Kirk will forget our payroll, therefore, it is cently blamed by Paul Johnson -
these things with sincere regret that I executive secretary of
The termination of Lock- must write this letter advising the Homestead-Florida City I fir NY .M 4 wet'k
hart's position as a part time that your services must be Economic Opportunity Centerfor
EOP1 consultant was fostered terminated on Dec. 31, 1966. not helping efforts to get
by pressure on State Director "PI ase believe me when landlords Improve Negro housing -
Walter Keyes after articles in I say that you have been of in Goulds and holding + Y M,
the Miami Herald and gt Peters- considerable help to this of- both positions. 1w V.. I :

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; tJ,.., If 7967 shapes up as well as pretty 10-year-old Connie, Lusse of Miami then the
I '; 1 New Year should be a dandy. Connie is shown here on a warm Miami beach, doing

'S1 her part in getting the New Year off to a beautiful start. And she's certainlydoingmore IBowl
vJ" SwJl% to cheer our spirits. than the bearded old gent with the scythe. Miami-Metro
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I, "" ,'',' ''ft' ,. Festival in Full Swing I

., ".;". ,, '
U .:", the nation, the fireworks display -
The 33rd annual Orange course races and the International -
Bowl Festival, now in progress Grand Prix on Jan. 7, is an annual favoriteof
has its most exciting and the Orange Bowl Cup thousands.
".... \ events yet to come. and famed Governor's Cup Climaxing the "66 -67
.". The spedal festival within Invitational Jan. 8 climax festival is the seventh annual
.-;, a festival for the diminutive the action of watery spills and Pro Bowl Game Jan. 8 in the
set Is dimaxed Thursday chills. Orange Bowl. This exciting
fII'I'l!';-. afternoon and evening (Dec. The Orange Bowl football gridiron dash features the
......'. 29) with the Junior Orange classic Jan. 2 is followed by Philadelphia Eaglea on the
Bowl parade and Queen's two outstanding events for Baltimore Colts of the Na-
Ball In Cord Gables. The which tickets are still available tional Football League.
parade is always a delightfor at Gate 7 of the Orange Thousands of seats are still
youngsters of all ages Bowl. Jan. 6 is the date for available for the game,. ex-
and the evening affair will the thrilling Orange Bowl pected to attract a nearcap-
rival some of the most gala Festival Fireworks PageantIn acity crowd.
balls of the season."Extravaganza. the Orange Bowl. Referredto pected to attract a near-ca-
MIAMI DOLPHINS FULL BACK, BILLY JOE, LEFT, AND A former football extraor- by many as unequaled In pacity crowd.J. .
( player and current president of the Board of Trustees Of Florida,Memorial College, dinare" Isthephraseusually

Dr. Edward Graham, greet each other at Beth David Congregation in Miami, where used to describe the King C. PERLMUTTER ENTERPRISES
It the of the relocation of the from Orange Jamboree parade
story college St. Augustine to Miami in January, New Year's Eve But children Presents thet
1968, is initially presented to a Jewish audience. and grown-ups alike
Dr. Royal Puryear, college president, second from left and Herschel Rosenthal, simply call the parade :""'::' ---"ET---- .-" ...... "-- :
vice-president of the congregation, were part of the program. "thrilling" as crack drill i :

..'...-.....-_.............. 111I' teams bands maneuver play and many,flagswave pretty, I

girls Just look pretty onfloats "
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daughter Gayle to Mr. Earl cranked up and rooster tails
Alonzo Symonette, Airman start flying on New Years
First Class, United states Day with the Orange Bowl'
Army on Sunday, December Invitation "250" Regatta-,
25, at Seat Pleasant,Maryland. described as the waterborne
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