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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: January 6, 1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Some 250 families in the lunteers to do it. to have the families evicted milies displaced by road pro.
path of the North-South Ex- The problem developedwhen should housingnotbe availablein jects. It pays only property
pressway beat a State Road the State Road Depart- time. owners for land buildings con-
Department deadline,although ment moved up award of a ma- The committee emphasizedin demned.
some came within hours of jor expressway contract to a year-end report, that all Committee Chairman Haley
rj being put out on the street t o clear seven block slum area future expressway planning Sofge said the federal government -
,j r r make way for state Road by the end of 1966 instead of should include provisions forr may require state par-
+ ik Department dulldozcrs. the original schedule of March relocating families, particu: ticipation in the near future.
The Special Inter-Agency this year. larly when the road projectcuts Sofge said about 375 new
k Relocation Committee said it The committee immediately through slum areas. public housing units will be \
took much of the available advised th* SRD they'd stepin completed this year by the ( )
public housing, donations of to move the families who The state has declined to Miami Housing Authority, i i
used furniture, a surplus Air couldn't find housing, but consider housing needs or to "but" we are concerned about '
Force truck and numerous vo- added they'd block any efforts provide moving costs for fa- late 1967 and 1968.*' \
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MAYS HIGH PROTEST IS FIGHT FOR


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"MEANINGFUL INTEGRATION"A



protest boycott against plans to phase out ,Mays the opposition to their plans, which will give Mays Junior I
High School next fall kept 99 per cent of the students. High about 55 per cent white and 45 per cent Ne-
from classes Tuesday} but Dade County School Board gro students next year. They say that Moulds residents Ij}
refused to change its decision will still have Mays as a center for community life. \
Only nine of Mays' 1300 junior and senior high They have agreed to study the possibility of arranging
students reported to classes on Tuesday, Principal for late buses to take Negro children home from after-
Earl wells said. school functions next year.
The stayout was organized by the Goulds Citizens
Council which Is led by Odell Johns local bail bondsman. MANY QUESTIONS ASKEDThe

The group will not pursue its boycott plans "..t Mays High protest this week has caused many
this time/' Johns said, because the demonstration persons, to ask questions and express what they believe
"does not seem to have had any effect on the school about local school desegregation, and the cause for the ifll
Board..uJohns unrest at Goulds. Some of the reasons, they say, are: 'il!
added that if they are not satisfied with the 1. The decision to phase out all but one of the..Ne I
board's action by next summer, they will call in national gro Senior High schools three years ago was made with-
civil fights organizers to assist the local groups. out the know ledge or consent of the Negro community at

George Bolles,'School Board .attorney advised the large. r
., board that parents who knowingly .violate tl e state compulsory 2. Taxpay ra. are being asked tai,pay for new high ",
'" "" .' -olhe WWijpMiamians presently enrolled 'ot'r" attendance' Jaw; by allowing their 'children to schools, while at the same time, existing plants are '/'l. \
Juskegee Institute lovely Joyce"Bendross,,daughter miss school are subject to "severe penalties, Including being abandoned because whites won't attend them. I
Mr. and Mrs. Willie J. Bendross of 2365 NW 68th Street. jail terms and fines." Carver Junior-Senior High is scheduled to become ) I
Miss Bendross was recently selected "Mi/u LampO" Superintendent Joe Hall said every child with an Carver Elementary next school year. There are ten vacant -
dos Club," a pledge club, of the Omega Psl Phi frater- unexcused absence Tuesday will receive a failing classrooms at North Dade Junior High while near- '
I. nity. grade for the day in all classes. by Carol City is adding new classrooms to accommodate
She is majoring in English with her sights set on a The situation at Mays has all the appearances of a transported Negroes.
career as .a news commentator and fashion coordina- tangled web. Negro parents contend that hundreds of 3. The lade County School Board regards a segregated -

tor. Her hobbies are reading, sewing and their children next year will be transported by buses school as one that is predominantly Negrobut;
hairstyling.Photo from their homes to palmetto High on SW 118th gt. and "'schools, of which there are many, are de-

by Frank Johnson Killian High on SW 106th St. They fear this will deprivethe segregated.
children of athletic and club activities, and may 4. the School .Board's apathy In allowing Miami :
cause many of them to drop out of school. Jackson. to become a "segregated" school, and Miami 0
NAACP Asks School They also feel that Mays is the "cultural center" of Edison is not far behind.
the Goulds community, and this will no longer be so, at 5. The fact that South Dade High School located
least to the same extent, if the School Board carriesout on the border of Dade County, is now smaller than Mays

its plans, to make it a desegrated junior high. High School, but is scheduled to be upgraded and en- '
; Supers Parley School Board officials said they are confused by larged at an expenditure of better than $1 million.



State School SuperintendentFloyd The letter of the NAACP
Christian was asked by suggested that Christian .St. Petersburg Negro to
the Florida chapter of the call "all county superintendents -
NAACP to call state superin- and especially those
tendents together to talk over from the 16 counties together
the recent court order for im- to discuss methods to meet the
mediate and complete desegregation court order. Run For Smothers Seat
of schools. Davies' letter also calledon
Marvin Davis of St. Petersburg Christian to consider appointing f'' 'v4 r x r.9 r.f r.
director of the chapter, a Negro as "civil candidacy came while reading
said Saturday he made the requests rights: coordinator": to act as an article in Ebony Magazine
to the state superin liaison between school boards of the compromise of Rutherford -
tendents. and civil rights and parents B. Hayes, ending the
The letter referred to last groups "to help bring about 5'' ''
week's U.S. Fifth Circuit the orderly implementation of Reconstruction Era, plungingthe f
Court of Appeals ruling the the court order without harmful South into economic, social
"immediate and complete" effect." and political chaos.
desegregation, Davies said. Broward County alreadyhad
The court named 16 Florida such a liaison man, Da-
counties in the ruling. vies said. Jones says he has had 40
years of"grass root campaigning
for others." "As unem-
Robert Sinims Appointed ployed public relations consultant -
newspaperman, photographer
radio announcer and
Deputy Director of CRB political analyst, I will serve
as my own campaign manater,"
Robert Simma starts the he said.
new year as Deputy Directorof

the.Dade county Community First Negro Candidate i He said he expects no con-
Relations Board, Ben Sis-
tributions from
private in-
sel, Executive Director an- Since ReconstructionNorman
terests. "I will be the only
nounced today. The Deputy candidate absolutely free rr
Director's post carries with it E. Jones of Jacksonville "conflict of interests of
the
,
second-in-command responsi has announced his
sole candidate whose
bilities. candidacy for a seat in the only .r ,
interest is the "
Simms brings to this posi- U.S. Senate in the 1968 Demo people. I"i'
tion over a decade's residencein cratic Primary. Jones said I, '. '.'.'.'<\<:;.;, .rI'.
the Greater Miami area, he will seek the seat being The 58-year-old Jones .)" ." \\:1 V"t: "..'N t,.
wide experience and know- vacated by Senator George has lived in Florida for 16'
ledge of the public school! Smathers.He yeara, the past aeven of Douglas Jerome' Johnson has the distinction of be-
system (he was formerly a which were spent in SU Pete. Ing the first baby born this year at Christian Hospital.
will be the first Negro He said his biggest job would .
physical: education Instructor)
Doug saw the light at 4:20 a.m. Sunday and
and broad acquaintance within to run for a seat in the be raising the filling fee for morning
both the business and minority I national Congress since the Senate race, which is 10 weighed in at 9 pounds 5 ounces. The happy parents
communities. Reconstruction Days.He said per cent of the $30,000 annual an Matthew and Ida Mae Johnson of 6095 NW 25th Ave.
(continued on page 3) the idea of announcing his salary of senators. Johnson of Miami photo.



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2 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, January, 1967 ,
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EOPf Legal' Services I



By IRWIN S. FUTERFAS, CENTER ATTORNEYThe J

subject of criminal law is broad and wide, and of
extreme interest and importance to the citizens of the com-
munity. The question of what to do when one is the victim,
or the accused, in a crime has troubled many persons.
The various, 1 legislative bodies, from the state legislaturein
Tallahassae)!wp city (:Cbkirnissloners of the individual
I incorporated'communities f make laws or ordinances setting
forth crlr Vmip Ht nicumbant upon the various police
offidals state county, and city, to enforce the laws and
arrest for the violations thereof, and theprosecutlng agencies,
such as the state attorney's office and city prosecutors, to
present the case and evidence against the accused.As .
the legislative bodies heretofore mentioned are responsible -
for the making of the laws, they are the ones to b
contacted in the event additional laws areneeded,or existing
laws amended or eliminated
A victim of a crime within the city limits of an incorporated
area should report the event to the city police or the s a I a ,
sheriffs department, and those in the county area should V.r V..
report to the Sheriff's Department. They will usually conduct
an investigation therein, and advise the victim as to further
proceedings. On most occasions the officers will criminal
charges immediately against an accused In either the State n
Attorney's Office Justice of the Peace Court, or a local
court, on other occasions, they will advise the victim to filE
himself. Sometmes police officials will determine that the
acts complained of do not constitute a crime or offense, and
proceed no further.
Every Individual generally has the right to secure a
Criminal Warrant, or make complaint of criminal voilatlons -
against another, however by so doing, the ..
victim or person securing'the warrant, may became civilly !!
liable under certain conditions to the other for damages.In 1' J
many instances the criminal, while known, may never
be apprehended; in other instances, lack insufficency of ;
identification or other evidence, may deter further proceed-

ings.The
laws and rules of evidence being complex, are often
confusing. As mentioned above, often an officer will advise a I It
person to file criminal charges himself. One rule of law is II
that an officer cannot arrest for a misdemeanor not com-
q r M I IS I
mitted In his presence, and accordingly, the mentioned ad-
vise is proper.
Future articles will deal with other aspects of criminallaw
including rights of defendants, persons charged with
crimes, and Federal criminal statutes and U.S. Supreme j -
Court decisions. : :

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Dave Brubeck to Give Free
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Jazz personality Dave at the drums.
Brubeck will bring the Dave The concerts are open to
Brubeck Quartet to Miami- the public and there is no admission
Dado' Junior College January charge.PERSONAL. .
18 and 19 for performancesin
the college's current Artist
Series. MENTION
Concerts will be presentedon j
both M-DJC Charles Bowleg,son of Mrs.
der the joint sponsorship campuses un-of Margaret Roberts and stepsonof _._ ._._... -" .-
the North and south Campus Mr. Samuel Roberts left for
Student Government Associa- Franklin School of Arts in
Philadelphia where he is stud
tions.The South ying to be an x-ray technician.
concertis
campus
scheduled for Wednesday, of Attacks Bowleg High was a School'65 graduate in Da- Crowds Attend Final Rites For Rev. S. A. ThomasThe
January 18,at 8!IS p.m. in the nla.After
graduation,he work-
Killian High School
gymnw ed as a teller in Little
shun, 10655 SW 97th Ave. Bank. He is active River in high esteem in which the beloved pastorof Rev. S. A. Thomas pcsforeo Mt. Sinai or 31 years,
very
be North at 8 Campus Thursday program, Janu-will sports and is a member of the Mt. Sinai Baptist Church was held Is clearly evidenced having taken command 1935. Last year the congre-
ary 19,in p.m.the John.P.Kennedy Pioneers Athletic Club of by the huge throng that attended his funeral services gation moved Into its larger and modernistic structureat
Health Center, 11380NW 27th Nassau, Bahamas. is alsoa on Tuesday afternoon. NW 7th Ave. and 48th $t. Photos by Johnson of
Avenue. member of South Broward's Miami.
Besides Pianist Brubeck, Athletic Club In Hollywood.
the Quartet is composed of He had just returned from
Paul Desmond,alto sax;Gene spending the Christmas Holidays \ '
Wright, bass; and Joe More HoSmiling in Nassau with his grand
aunt, Mrs. Evelyn Fox.


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Passengers on the L bus
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$730,000 ford Grants Go to rj 4 f 4 <,a AP



'NAACP and Urban leagueNEW ., "' '

YORK McGeorge The era of legislative and us for the viability of the I P
Bundy, president of the Ford judicial action for equal op- American city and thesociety r
Foundation, this week made portunity is leading on to a at large. 'LPtu ,j
the following statement new and in many ways still This country has no more
I am pleased to announce more complex: and difficult urgent domestic cause than P
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that the Trustees of the Ford stage the stage of active that of fair and open opportunity .. +,"1
Foundation have approveda exercise of rights in thework for all. The Ford
one-year grant of $300- of citizenship; the stage of Foundation has worked in ,5 ,,.
000 to the National Association full development of human this field for many years .
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for the Advancement of capacity In education, at and will continue to seek ", P
Colored People and a one- work, and in social life. ways to contribute even more 1 /
year grant of $430,000 to Nationally and in a intensively in the rears to ,f'
the National Urban League. growing number of cities,the come. Thus today 8 grantsare .y
The Trustees have also services of the N.A.A.C.P.. just one aspect of our "
indicated,the possibility that and the Urban League are in commitment. Yet I cannot 'j"A
additional grants totheseor- growing demand in these emphasize too strongly that
ganizatiOns may be made matters and in strengthening our contribution to the Important '
over the'next several years. community organizationand new work of the ,,
1 d I Mr JIf
Such a decision will be based self-help. efforts. Theyare N.A.A.C.P. and the Urban ,
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In part on whether these organizations already spreading their League must be matched '. 'A
can achieve a resources and taf t thinly to many times over by countless .rvw'
substantially greater level of meet these c1 ur nds. Their others individuals, $
support from their members, struggle fr.r'lull opportunityfor corporations, and other pri- _._----- --. _._._-- ----
from other private sources all.>%' roes is in alarger vate sources if their full The training of more young lawyers,to handle civil/ rights t I .South was +
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society 1h'plain generally.For fact is that Defense and Educational Fund's legal'Intern program. '
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the Ford Foundation's one- Dr. Geraldine P, Woods of Los Angeles/ (left), national ,.'4 uident of the j
I year grants cannot possibh' : 40,000 member women's public service organization, presents a check to Mr. Rufus
sustain the services and p' a Smith, LDF's Director of Development, in the presence of Mrs. Frankie M. Freeman
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grams that thetimesdem .id of St. Louis, Delta's national first vice president, and a member of the U. S. Com-
of the Urban League authe.
mission on civil rights.
f NA.AC.P A who'new
.( scale of financial sv port for This is the third consecutive year that the women's organization has supported
them Is essential., this' training program for young lawyers who agree to represent the LDF in its cases

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4 THE MIAMI TIMES. .Friday, January 6, 1967



-6" To Be Equal


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E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Pwbliiher BY WHITNEY M. YOUNG, ,JR.
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor By Booker T. Hayes I

WILLIAM W. BRIDE City Editor Executive Director, National Urban L.oguj
The scheduled phase-out of Mays High School has
STANLEY I. SWEETING, Theatrical Editor
created the first serious opposition to School Board HOPES FOR THE NEW YEAR
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association planning. The Board, having selected most of our Ne- It Is traditional at the start of a new year to look aheadat

SUBSCRIPTION RATES gro high schools as expendable, has decreed that be- what the next twelve months will bring and commit our-

ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX'MONTHS $3,00 FOREIGN $6.00 ginning with the 1967-68 school term Mays High will sdves to making it a better year than the last

exist no more. In its place will be the Mays Junior
The central,problem fadng the nation in 1967 will be
Entered, a* S.cond Clan Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post High School. The School Board contends that Mays' to solve the Increasing decay and the bitterness In our

Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, '1876 limited capacity makes its use as a high school impossible cities. The Inhuman conditions of ghetto life and the resulting .
despite the fact it has operated as such these frustration people who see themselves
among young
Office
nt 6740 NW 15th Avenue Phon. OX 1-0421
many years. Is the Board attesting to the accepted opin- boxed In, by a hostile prejudiced society are symptoms of

"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" ion that Negro high schools are inferior and ill-planned the disintegration of urban life. Unless these problems are
According to the present agenda, white students resolutely attacked our cities are,doomed to yearly bouts of
The NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead
civil disturbances.I .
the world from racial and national antagonism when It oc from the area are to be assigned to the junior high on a

cords to every man regardless of race, creed or color his basis of residence. Eventually they will constitute-
,Human and legal rights, Hating no man, fearing no mon-tht fifty-five per cent of the student body which will at hope that 1967 will see a more realistic attitude to-
ward these
problems. The traditional method of
offering
Negro Press strives to h.lp.v.ry man In the firm belief that first
this time experience its integration. The high
token prizes ,like swimming pools or crash aftera
all men are hurt as long as anyone Is held back. programs
school students now attending Mays will be bussed to riot has occurred is unrealistic. I hope that painful' message -
other high schools of the area, in some cases a dis- has finally become apparent to local leaders and that

Ye Editor's Note ,Book tance of ten or more miles. The parents and civic lead- all of our cities take immediately steps to alleviate the"
ers have voiced their disagreement with the proposed l horrors of slum life.

"Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis" plan, immediately being dubbed segregation perpetuators -
and changed with them. The wide Interest stirred' by the Senate hearings on the
The times are changed we are which they are not.
"crisis of the cities" leads me to hope that all elements
3rd The Miami Times opens its
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Today
January
for the and
Odell Johns, a spokesman group, com-
of our society will cooperate In attacking the despair which
home 6530 15th Ave. Here
door in its new at NW we
has made their clear. Theyare
position
munity-at-large
very entraps millions of ghetto dwellers. An encouraging sign is
hope to improve our service to our readers and to the not against integration. They want Mays High tore- the greater Interest In urban problems by private Industry.

public generally.We main, but on an integrated level. They feel the School foundations and other nongovernmental groups.
invite you to visit our new home. As our motto Board has the authority and the resources to make

says: "The times are changed and we are changed with Mays an acceptable high school. Ii more space is need- Most important on the list of urban problems is housing.
them." Our telephone number is the same: 691-0421. Millions live in deteriorating homes, damaging to the
ed feel the is addition and have
they answer they a
We wish everyone happiness and prosperity duringthe health and oppressive to, the spirit. While there are,signs
real gem going for them here. Due to the low value of that government and private industry will explore ,new
1967.
year As Ruskin :' "God intends no man to live in Negro property, the acquisition of land adjacent to the ways to cooperate in building and rehabilitating low-income
says school should come as quite a bargain compared to housing, ,racial discrimination remains the main stumbling
this world workingp but it seems to me no other heavily populated areas of Dade county. Becauseof block to decent housing for Negro citizens.
evident that He intends every man to be happy in his the sub-standard housing surrounding the school,

work." purchase of this property would be to the Board's ad Ghettos exist because Negroes are rarely allowed to
it- 'move Into other neighborhoods. Unfortunately, the Civil
vantage. I am sure a check of the Dade County assess.
It's regrettable that 1967 finds our country is still Rights Act of 1966 which would have limited discrimination
engaged in the war with the Vietnamese. Let us hope ments on property will bear this statement out.I in housing was killed, but the President still has the

that the authorities both sides will realize that kill- ,think the puzzling fact among these parents and power b issue an executive order which would accomplish
on
their supporters is why must the integration of the similar results. I hope thatJ967 will see such an executive
ing thousands of human beings, many of them innocent, of the schools be at the expense and inconvenience of order, for If steps are not taken to end housing discrimination -

is despicable both to God and man. the Negro. Whenever a move is made to integrate, the our ,dtles are doomed and will perpetuate Negro
"0 God of love, 0 God of peace, Negro has always been the one having to make the ghettos ringed by a "white noose" of suburbs harmful

Make wars throughout this world to cease, adjustment. He plays the role of the Intruder. He is the to both human values and the ideals of democratic life.

The wrath of sinful man restrain, one made to feel uncomfortable and bare the insults of

Give peace, 0 God, give peace again. the dissenters. Does his background of social injustice Other elements of the 1966 Act should revived as well.
Because of Congressional objections to the sectionof
housing
make him more adaptable to this role? Must he alway
Bowl this was one of the the bill these measures were also killed, but had they
The Orange parade year represent the minority, even in a student body, so as to '
stood alone, they would have commanded
best witnessed. Those' not able to go and see it, had insure white parents that they do possess the larger They dealt with jury reform and much needed a protection majority.

the pleasure of doi ng so on television. number? Does this greater percentage of the student for civil rights workers and other citizens from attemptsto

Then came the big annual event at the Bowl, the body offer some form,of security? If this is the thinkingof prevent them from exerdsing their Constitutional rights.I .

game between Georgia Tech and the Gators. Florida the School Board members, Dade County is as far look forward to their enactment In 1967.I .

won with a score of 27 to 12. today from total integration as it was in 1954, and it am hopeful too, that 1967 will bring renewed vigorto

explains why none of our Negro High schools are slatedfor the badly faltering "war on poverty." Budgetary cuts

OUR NEW GOVERNOR integration.On have crippled an already undernourished program. Most

Florida's first Republican governorin Tuesday,a boycott of Mays High was 99 per cent harmful were the sharp cuts in the community action pro-
Kirk
Claude breakfasted, with his campaign workersand effective. This is proof of the community interest attached grams. These vital programs replace apathy and despairwith
100 years, for the four to the demands of the group.Mr. Johns has stat- hope and Involvement and give the poor some con
told them: "We must stay together next ed that a two'day'boycott will be in effect each six trol over their own destinies. To end these programs wouldbe
years. The party's main concern for the future is 1968, demands met and if of- to turn the "war on poverty" into just another welfare
the and Con- weeks until their are Tuesday
when the GOP hopes to capture presidency
gressionalp powers" said the governor. fered a true picture of the results this will prove quite program.

The governor called for a special 20-day) sessionof costly to the school system in a monetary sense. Our There are many other areas In which I hope we will see

the Legislature on Monday. On the agenda will be school system is run on a businesslike basis. Revenue progress in 1967, but it Is apparent that, despite the greater -
the writing of a new state constitution. derived from school lunches is figured as part of the participation of non-governmental agencies and individuals

Governor Kirk appointed George Wackenhut of annual operating expenditure. When any of these sour- the basic decisions affecting the future of millionsof

Coral Gables as director of his private investigativeagency ces of income fail to materialize it places the budgetin Americans living In poverty will be made In Washington -

on crime. He expects to wage war on slums by jeopardy. The Board will be able to tap other sour- and in the state houses and city halls across the nation.I .

marshaling the forces of free enterprise to work as ces for a while, but this continued loss will surely hope 1967 will see the fight against poverty and radal
discrimination removed once and for all from partisan
of state and local governments. He plans
partners present problem.
Great national
politics. Issues have always transcended
holding working conferences on education with the su- The suggestion has been made for the Board to delay party politics and I hope that the effort to build a better

perintendents of schools, legislators, and parents and the phasing-out for at least, a year and give' the America will get the same priority and the same leader-

students. problem serious study. This proposal, however, does ship that have marked other great national efforts of the
These are some of the things Governor Kirk will not appeal to the Board and phase-out is scheduled as

endeavor to bring about. He has quite a program. planned. I don't feel either side will be able to with-

Governor Haydon Burns, who passed over the reins stand what seems to be inevitable,a test of wills. This
of government to Governor Claude Kirk on Tuesday situation shows the potential of developing into an area past.LET'S
his administration enacted no new
pressed pride that where it can easily get out of focus. I don't think this
TALK POLITICS
.
taxes and left an $82 million surplus in the Treasury.The
former governor now returns to Jacksonville is ,the intention of the Board or the parents, but all is

business consultant firm. considered fair in love and war and I am sure this is
where he will open a By NORMAN E. JONES
not meant to be a love test.

OUR NATION'S CAPITAL I am of the opinion that a series of discussions

between the Board and the parents will do much to NEGROES SHOULD ENTER STATEWIDE RACES
Perhaps rather strange, but crime seems to be on alleviate the situation from its present state. Any

the increase nation-wide, perhaps we can say worldwide course short of all out why would be an improvement.Why The announcement that Norman E. Jones, author,of

Certainly, we have our share in Florida. not give the conference table a crack at solvingthe this column, intended to enter the Democratic primaries

I President Johnson's commission on crime in the differences? The eye to eye confrontation offers a in 1968 for the seat being vacated by Senator George,
that the crime rate 116 Smathers, fell upon the relatively calm political ,scene
nation's capital 'reports rose better study of the opposition and this applies to both
per cent between 1959 and 1965. The increase for ci- sides. in the state like a bomb.
This column has urged Negroes to be serious can-
ties of comparable size was 63 per cent.Washington's
didates for statewide ,as well as local offices at each
police force, in proportion to the
election and had hoped that long before this there would
city's population,is reported to be the largest and most The board said the Goulds school house is too
have one or more to toss his hat into the race for state-
school with of
costly in the nation. small to operate as a high a full range wide elective offices.As .
The President's Commission on Crime has made courses and programs.
the first of his race to declare his intention
more than 200 recommendations for changes in the city's enter a race determined by a statewide vote,he is cognizant -

system of dealingwith crime.They include more control NEW CHAIRMAN ELECTEDThe of the, awesome responsibility and many problems
of guns, tougher bail laws and a youth commission to entailed in this venture.
of Public Insturction has elected anew '
deal with juvenile offenders.The Board There will be thousands of elective offices up for
matter will be considered by the Congress. chairman, Mr. C. T. McCrimmon, who served as contest in the 1968 primaries on every level; there is
flee chairman for five
years. no reason for Negroes not to qualify for some of these
* offices at every election.

Dissatisfied with the plan to phase out Mays High No matter how long'or how hard Negroes work for

School, parents staged a boycott. Principal Earl Wells MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE rN THE and 'support other candidates, they will learn the real

said less than a dozen of the 1300 students were recorded TELLING' YOU THEY inside of politics if'they become more candidates and
ARE
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as present Tuesday. more often. The success of Negro candidates in City
A group known as the "Save Mays," wants the APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU., Council races should be most encouraging to future Ne-

board to operate Mays as a comprehensive racially integrated THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE. gro candidates for all offices demonstrating Negroescan
high school. If these demands mean moving 'i win elective offices all over Florida on local levels.It .
the junior high students out and building an addition to PI EASE PATRONIZE THEM! is' now time to try' for elective offices on a statewide

Mays, they said, that's what the board should do. I vote.


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Wedding Bells Merle Pierce, daughter of Mr. and -fir

Mrs.. Bert Strong and Pvt. Jerome W, Powell, son of rw' "
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Shaw on Dec. 22. A reception was ::1

held at the home of the bride, 1261 NW' 68th street. 41

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were married Dec. 27 at Christ the King Catholic,

Perrine. Alice is the daughter'of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew _. d
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Carey. Nurse Ross Lee Brady and during World War II, and :f
i A her husband Zeke, recently gave 500 free nursing hours '
Mrs. Rosetta Jackson is in Jackson Memorial HoS- t+ relatives service.
visited her In Waynes-
pital for surgery. Friends are wishing for her a speedy
boro, Ga., where they were
recovery. the recipients of many courtesies. Mrs. Brady Is a me ber of
Mt. Zion Baptist Ou ch. A
Forsaking the snow and sleet for Miami's sun and A graduate of Tuskegee Miami swimming pool was
surf is Mrs. Johnnie Williams of Brooklyn whose visi- Institute, Mrs. Brady has named for her son who was
been awarded killed in the South Pacific
a 25-year pin
ting her niece, Mrs. Vera Hicks at her 40th St. home.
has
/ from Jackson Memorial Hos- during the last war. she
pital and a plaque from Chi four children and three grand
Among out of town guests here for the funeral of Eta Phi Sorority; for outstanding children.Mr. .

: Mr., Edward L. Brooks, were his. mother, Mrs.. Patrick nursing service, in1961she;
II Brooks,. Philadelphia; Mrs. Purcess Rogers, Mrs. Eme- taught two volunteer classesof is Brady has retired. He
a prominent fraternal leader
rald American R ." Cross aides \
Pratt
Leo and Eugene Roberts and Freda Rah _
ming of Nassau; Mrs. Dorothy W. Richardson and son, i

j Charles, Tuskegee, Alabama and Mrs. Marjorie. D.. Da- / I : Universities and Colleges; ,
vis and daughter, Gaile, Ft. Lauderdale gold rope, a special design was Initiated into Delta Sig-
by Perry's Florists. The
ma Theta sorority; and was
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The, Southern Singers Choral group's Christmas flower girls, Ginger Kldd, graduated as top honor stu
'I party was held at the home of Mattie D. Simpson on Holland-Adams Nuptials cousin of the bride, Mobile, dent.
and Miller and Jennifer
Friday, Dec. 30. Ulysee Morris is director. Lory The groom is the son of
I Richardson, Miami wore Mrs. Emily L. Holland and
Sceiva Bonlta Adams and French lace appliques. A attire Identical with that of
Vernon Rogers of New York City flew down for a' the late Solomon M. Hol-
Leonard' Hollandwere the bridesmaids. Their flow-
Major train formed
chapel was by a
day to: sister land, Tuskegee businessman. -
join Earline end family on a holiday trip
married on last Wednesday back panel The shoulder- ers were miniatures of the
of the
home. (Deland). He is a graduate
afternoon at Saint length veil of double French bridesmaids' nosegays.Den- Howard University School

John Institutional Baptist illusion net was held by a ard Smith, bride's cousin, of Architecture. He has
4 Mr. and' Mrs. Theodore Plesseyand.. Mrs. 'lona Dukes Church. The Reverend Thed- shell head-piece of peau de Mobile in black pageboysuit ser ed as a member of the
ford Johnson, Pastor, officiated sole cover with French lace and ruffled blouse servedas Tuskegee Institute facultyand
Mi. and Mrs. Theodore Plessey and Mrs. lona Dukes at the double-ring can- re-embroidered with seed ring-bearer. is presently with the ar-

were among those attending the Governor's InauguralBall dlelight certmony. For the pearls and sequins. She carried Solomon Holland, Wash- chitectural firm of Frye and
at Tallahassee.Mrs. service, the pulpit area was a bouquet of white orchids ington, D.C., was his broth- Welch, Washington, D.C.
banked with er's Best Man. Ushers in-
palms,greenery and roses. The bridal couple spent
.' Lee S. Strachan of Nassau flew in to attend and baskets of mixed white Bride's attendants included cluded Ellis Holland,Brook- their honeymoon in Nassau.An .

the funeral of her brother, Adalbert Stump. flowers. Sevenbranchedwhite her cousins, Gwendolyn lyn, Joseph Morse, Wash- elaborate reception was
candelabra and ington, D.C., Franklin Clark
a Adams of Mobile, Maid of held in the Saint John's Re-
On hand for the victory celebration of her sonArth white kneeling pillow marked Honor, and bridesmaids, and Robert Hardy, Miami ception Hall Immediately following -
the area for the rite. Lin- Junior ushers who lightedthe
Carolyn, Adams, Mobile and the ceremony. Introducing
On hand for the victory celebration of her son, Arthur ton Berrien served as organist Carolyn Smith 1 Chicago; candles and unrolled thebride's the Receiving Line

Mrs. Beatrice Eve winged to Buffalo for the happy and Cherrye Anne Mills also Mrs. Harriet Klnebrew, satin runner were her was Halle Robinson. Hostesses -
occasion. as soloist for the occasion. brother, Nelson Leon Adams -
sister of the groom, New were Mesdames Carolyn
III and SmithJr.
The attractive bride York Clarence Knox Dunnell Elsie K.
petite, and Phyllis Williamsof ,
There were many who sought holiday fun in Nas, ,on the arm of her father, Miami. They wore floor- All groomsmen wore for Williams, Myrtle Bullard, r
sau. Among those enjoying some different holiday mu- walked downa candlelit aisle length, Empire-styled gownsofantiquegoldcrepe.des1gn. mal afternoon attire. Florence Griffin, Claudia
sic and activities were Clarice Eve, Joycelyn Hamilton marked with standards of The bride's mother was McWilliams Gloria Miller

Della Carey, the Roosevelt Thurstons, the Charles white flowers and broad sat. ed with bodices and full- charming with in accessories.a gold ensemble and Miss, Fancy Bannister.
beige The
, Culmers; Annna Grace Sweeting, Linus Austin, Mary in ribbons. Her formal wed length back panels of antique mother of the, wa Linton Berrien provided piano -
ding gown of candlelight silk gold, befge and bro groom music for' the affair.
Louise Thomas and mother, Mrs. Bullard, Constance green regal in an ensemble of silver -
Sandilands and daughter, Bertha. Margaret and Robin peau de sole, was designedwith cade. Their net head pieces lame with flowered Mrs. Roslyn Bethel assisted
a rl l 0 0 length skirt were held by circlets of bro, green by Mrs. Lorraine Hadley directed -
Moncur. shell blouse and
ac-
draped to points at the sides. cade. Their flowers were Hawaiian green the wedding. Mrs.
cessories. Both mothers
The fitted bodice featured a style nosegays of wore Inez Wilcox was director of
Frances Clarke of Liberty Gardens is all smiles white orchid corsages.
high-cut neckline and long gold and bronzechrysanthemums the reception activities.
since son, Kenneth Clark, has been honorably dischar- sleeves. The gown was and yellow Sweetheartrose The bride is the daughter Pre-wedding activities in-
ed from the Air Force after two years of duty'in Puerto adorned with a-sprinkling with streamers braid- d Mr. and Mrs. Nelson cluded a shower given by the

Rico in time for the yuletide season. Leon Adams, II. Her fatheris Earllngton Heights faculty;

principal of Dunbar Elementary a luncheon givenby Claudia
Mr. Felix Johnson, popular Nassau night club Get well wishes to Mr. Fred Myers, Jack McKenzie School; her motheris McWilliams, Bernice Silas

owner died ,suddenly Saturday, December 31. Funeral and Rosetta Jackson at Jackson Memorial Hospital; a Home Economics and and Phyllis Williams; and

services were held Wednesday, Jan. 4 at Bethel Bap- Hazel Matthews at Christian, Margaret Jones, Elizabeth Science instructor at Robert the Rehearsal Dinner held at

tist Church, Dr. H. W. Brown, officiated Mr. Johnscn Ingraham, Sarah Butler, Margaret Culmer, Nettie Key, E. Lee Junior High School the New England Oyster

was the father of Sunny Johnson, recording star and George cash, Sr., with a prayer that each day finds Her maternal grandparents, House.
night club singer at Nassau's "Yellow Bird Club." you better. the late Mr ad Mrs. James Out-of-town guests werethebride's
Allen were pioneer Miami aunts, Mesdames

Mr. Zack Johnson of Miami left for Nassau, Tues-' Friends may send cards to Miss Diana Thompson and citizens. Her paternal grandfather Scott Irene of Kidd and also LaDresta Mes-
Mobile
Ollie Cambridge who are patients at Lincoln Nursing of Mobile was a Ci 11 ;
day to attend the funeral of his brother, Mr. Felix John- dames Edna McCreary and
Home. Service employee, a contractor -
son.' and Trustee of the former Olivia Smith and Louis
Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Many a home was happier because of the laughterof Congratulations to Rev. and Mrs. L. A. Thompsonwho Mobile The new Training high school School Mobile Morse and Raymond Lea-

children home from college for the holiday season. celebrated their 46th year of marital bliss Jan. 3. is named for him. Like hy Washington, D.C. and

Among those whose names were called in are Bethany: )her parents the bride is a Dr and Mrs. George Cooper
Jackson and Sylvester Harris, St. Augustine's, Raleigh, Flyers are out for the European and African tour graduate of Tuskegee Institute Tuskegee. Also in attend-

N. C.; Ronald Harris, A&T, Greensboro, N. C., Darvile sponsored by the National Association of Negro Business and is employed by the ance were the District Super

Knowles, Jr., Michael Sanders .and Grantley Payne, and Professional Women's Club, Inc. Tour begins Dade County Board of Public intendant and Director of the
Howa University, Judy and Michael Crawford; Michael July 21 through August 16. Instruction. She a Graduate South Central Educational
District (in which Mr. and
crawrdfMichaellart.! student at Barry Col-
Happy birthday to Shirley McBride, Jan. 1; and lege. During her Undergraduate Mrs. Adams and Mrs. Hol-

Here for a short stay with relatives and friends, Gwendolyn C. David, Jan. 7. years at Tuskegee Insti- land work) James Norton;
is Mrs. Estelle Pinkett of Baltimore.. tute, she was elected to Kap- Lois Taylor, Howard Mc-
Isabelle Poole and Earnest J. Dawkins were mar- pa Alpha Mu, National Millan, Director of Special

ried Friday at St. Luke ,Missionary Baptist Church. Honor Society; was an at- Projects and Mrs. McMillan;
Twas a pretty unique invitation issued by the Dan tendant to Miss Tuskegee, Principal James McKennaof
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Johnnie Poole,
Francis' to entertain out of town guests and relativeson 1964 Psi Phi Sweetheart Frances Tucker Elemen-
Omega
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of
Sr., 1324 NW 70th St. The bridegroom is the son Mr.
Tuesday, Dec. 27. Guests were Mr. and MrsJ,ed and Mrs. John Dawkins, 7133 NW 20th Avenue. ; selected as Most tary School and School Psy-
Young, BerkeleyCalif.Mrs. Catherine SheppardPhila- Friendly Student; listed in chologist, Robert Andersonand

delphia and Mrs. Cora Hoyt, NYC. The Henry R. Youngs Jewell) held open house Who's Who in American Mrs. Anderson.

for their friends at their 53rd Street home. ,

In Dallas, Texas, for the holidays, Dr. and Mrs.
Nathaniel Colston (Lugusta) were with her sister and It was a family get-together for Mrs. Maude Pres- I, A Nurses'Aid*

family, the J. Braeshears.Mrs. cod, daughter, Helena Knowles and grandsons, DarvilleJr.
., and Michael. Helena and Darville Jr. arrived in
time for Chnstmas. It was Nassau for the New Year's REGISTER NOW FOR JANUARY 16th CLASS

Coleen Pinder held open house for friends at festivities.Mrs. WRITE

her Opa-locka home. Geneva Lyde,secretary of the Brunswick, Ga.

Holiday cheer and canapes were dispensed by branch of the NAACP, and her son and daughter, were Ideal School For
houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Simmons duringthe
Ethel Grice when she entertained Mr. and Mrs. B. T.
Yuletide holiday. They enjoyed their visit and the
of Greensboro, N. C.
Carraway hospitalities shown them their friends Training Nurses' Aides
Here for the funeral of Rev., S. A. Thomas, were by including
Mr. and Mrs., John Hanna and family. They left on Mon
::4 Rev. E. B. Allen and daughter, Faustina, Flint, Michigan .
day.
; Roselyn B. Alexander,Waukegan, Illinois; Laconia 2380 West Flagler StreetOr

to: Kleffin, Ft. Pierce; Josephine Grant, Tangerine; Rev. THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK: What money can buy- Call:

Herman Thomas, Riveria Beach; Earl Shields, Tampa It's good to have money and the things that money can

' and James Mason, Lakeland. buy, but it's good, too, to check up once in a while and 443-9741

make that haven't lost the things that money
I Friends of Mr. and Mrs. George(Evangeline Williams,can't buy.sure you For Brochure Jan.6Ij

' of Nassau) McFall of Glenrock, N. J. are the proud parents George Horace Lorimer

of a baby girl.


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Gwendolyn Lavern RossA you stopped school in
any of the grades from 8 thru 4iiq
moonlit garden, banked with arrangements of 11th, you may want to go .1 t
white mums, yellow chrysanthemums, and red-white back to school for fourteen
weeks and complete your I
poinsettias, served as a festive backdrop for the annual preparation for the high
Christmas party of the Richmond Heights Garden school diploma. If interestedcall
Club. Members and their guests were served a varietyof Cliff ,Matthews, Com
hors' d'oeuvres and drinks, as Christmas music munity School Director at
Booker Tl Washington High
echoed throughout. Hosts for the Christmas Eve affair (FR 7-2536) any school day
were Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Jefferson (Bethel) of 14210 after 3:30-5 p.m. and from
Monroe Street. 7:30-10 p.m.Classes .
in government, ,,:
English, math and science f" ....
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Dec. 30 follow
Joy and Carolyn Gray returned on \
begin on Monday, January 9,
fun-filled week's visit with their aunt Mrs. stelle '
ing a at 7 p.m. .tice. '
Hicks, in Columbus, Georgia. Ice skating, partying and ': ;.: 'j'ji'.J
dining out filled the days of their visit. The girls ore

the daughters of the Charles Grays (Anita) of 14000 iN,, I
Monroe Street. BETHUNECOOKMANGETS ;

$15,000GRANT
ATTENTION: All parents of Frank C. Martin Elementary .,.
students are reminded to attend the monthly
PTA meeting on January 9 at 8 p.m. in the cafe tori urn. Bethune-Cookman Collegeis
to receive a $15,000 grantto ,
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Collegiates, Ellen Cooper and Alfred Hepburnwere e sponsor a Summer Study'
honored with a party on Dec. 30, given by their sisters, Skills Program for selected
10th and 11th grade students
Dianne Cooper and Rosalind Hepburn. The party, which scheduled for June 12, 1967.
lasted from 7:30 p.m. to 1 a.m., rounded up all the re- The announcement was made
turning college students for a gay time at the Hepburn yesterday by Dr. Richard V.
home. Ellen is a sophomore at Tennessee A&I University Moore, president, during a
meeting with Dr. Joseph H.
while Alfred is a sophomore at Purdue Universityin Taylor, director of Special
Indiana. Projects.
The grant, from the Jessie
Girl Scouts (Troop 503) and their guests gatheredto Smith Noyes Foundation, Inc.
greet the new year with a party on Dec. 30 at member of scholarship New York assistance, will provide and

Twila Hargrove's home on Polk Street. aid in defraying expenses for
50 selected 10th grade students -
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Don't you pass up the opportunity to borrow books and another .50' 11th "f"a
graders who will attend the
from the Dade County Bookmobile which will be stat
fifth in a series of Summer'Study
ioned at Richmond Heights Pool from 2 to 4:30: p.m. Reading Skills Program.
every Friday, beginning January 13. June 12, 1967.iLi 1

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It was truly the Christmas spirit that prevaded Daniel Fronds' domicile I

d on NW 67th Street as they invited a few local friends to assist them in entertaining

their"out-of-town gues's as last Tuesday evening. They were: Mrs. Catherine Sheppard ,
a cousin from Philadelphia; Mr. and Mrs. Ned C. Young, schoolmates from
Berkely, Ca\; Mrs. Gladys P. Anderson of Tallahassee; Herbert A. Baptiste of

New York and Mrs. Cora W. Hoyt, a sister from New York,


Mr. Young, an insurance broker, and his wife /Journeyed on to Nassau from Mia
ml for a week's stay The Francises were guests of the Youngs this summer.
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} 'R r and Mesdames Ira Bucholtz, Luther L. Bibb, David Dobbs, Hubert H. Gill, Alonzo
Fannin, Samue/ Moseley; Miss Elmira Fannin, Mrs. Annie Lindsey, Mrs. Motile
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Chicago; and Forrest Lovings of Jacksonville.

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Board Chairman, presents the official key to the Turkey Point Boy Scout Camp to 1416 North Boulevard

Dan Wheatcroft, left Scout Executive, and Tom Tatham, President, South Florida Call 691-0421 Tampa Florida 33607
Boy Scout Council. The Scout Camp, donated by FPL, is located in the 1,500-acre ,
wildlife refuge adjoining FPL's new power plant, still under construction.


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1 By Stanley "Sweets" Sweeting children will be presentedat
the City of Miami Public
LINE-0-TYPE Library on January 7 at 3 p.m.
according to Mrs. Shirley Way
land, Children's Librarian.The fffct ,
THE LITTLE RED BOOK: Big buzz In society circles films to be shown are:
concerns: that pretty deb who told mommy "all about it," Mike Mulligan and His
but who has yet to unfold to hubby. .The old Bunche Steam Shovel" film that
Park theatre l later converted into a bowling .."_.. .. tells of a young boy's faith-
I! alley, now a shambles of debri as workmen fulness to his steam shovel (
:'s tear it down. .Veteran dancer and :" against the threat of the new,I'
; show gas and diesel engine contrap.
girl Baby Gates wants to become a
policewoman. She likes sleuthing. .. What : tions."Millions of Cats" a |i
I has happened to Bronze Mayor Tanny :, film about a homely kitten I
Dean? ? ? William """ ,,
Brockington's mother, which becomes the most i
i Elaine, ailing at home. .Arthur Carter, :, beautiful cat in the
bulging with an excessive amount of "The Doughnuts" wedd'i

t avoirdupois, day dreaming as he strolls :. .... :' film about a doughnut ma-
along Seventh. Avenue. ,....'... .., .... ..".".'! chine that won't quit.
,"* The first two films are

............... from picture books of the "
same name. The third is from
NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Miami Times new office com- "Homer Price" by Robert Mc>-

I! pleted. Managing editor Garth C. Reeves just waiting on Closkey.All Christian Hospital, Ire 'Edwards. Dietary Supervisor,Dorothy
I spedal-made furniture to be completed before moving in... invited.children The program ages 7-12 is free.are employees In attendance at Standing,left to right:Mesdames Baker, Office Manager, and }
ILU female workers, AFL-CIO, picketing garments made the Christmas Party are Lena H. Collier,Unit Edward Fields Mainte-
by McKay of Miami and Mr. Mac, in front of Jackson'sof shown above. Highlight of Manager, Ralpha Williams, nance Supervisor. Not on
Edison Center. ,Dan and Sue Erancis still rate No. 1 the affair was the hospital'sgift Ethel Davenport, Sophia picture are Mrs. Betty Key,
; with holiday home mascara. Their Liberty City abode to all employees of a 10-( Rouse, Gloria Dunn, X-ray Nettie King, and Mrs. Jeannette -
: continues to be a showplace at Yuletlde. .Has anybody FINEST 12 pound turkey. Seen mak- Technician Mary Dancy, Walker.AJOHNSON.
1. seen Joe Clark? ? Molly Brown Restaurant, a kosher ing the presentation to Mrs.
II.! eatery getting big play for Its savory dishes. .Ilerb's PRINTING Mizle Hanna, R.N., 17-year 1
'i;Y Blurb: Understand Mrs. M. Athalie Range won't seek reelection employee, is CoL Claude C.
: to Miami City Commission.'* SERVICE Clark, Chairman of the
Board of Trustees, Mrs. Su-
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j I SALT WATER TAFFY: Miamian Barbara Clark spent HERE'S PROOF YOU'LL the Board, and CoL EdwinF.
Christmas in the Bahamas, but returned home In time to LIKE Poage, F.A.A.H.A., Hospital '
OUR PRINTING Miami
of
attend the colorful Prazier-Jollivette welding at Holy Redeemer : Administrator. The employees t
t I last Wednesday. .And Nassauvian Cynthia Davis, shown represent 163
" houseguesting with Hazel Grant Turkey Day, air Jet homeward years of service to Christian It's never too late hI
only to detour for another shot at a Christmas holiday Miami Times Hospital, Inc. '
t in Miami andMrs. Grant's Liberty City home. .The Seated, left to right: Mes- I s/' ttp' have that wedding

recent untimely deaths of Miamians Jesse PoWer, Willie dames Juanita Copeland, i \\I picture made.
Lowe and Enos Newbold In three different alleged heists, FOR All YOUR MINTING NECKS- Willie Powell, Ethel Wood, I
4 again attempts to prove that CDP. .Mrs. J. Clinton Jones Elizabeth Brown and Mamie We
(I (Elva Heastie) pretty daughter of Mrs. Katie Heastle,
I' down from Detroit with her three fledglings to see mama i'W I Furnish The

I and grandmama. .., ; : : ,.J I' Artificial Cake
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THE WEEK'S WASH: Christmas oldies from thefolden '. ''; : .
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1186 NW 38th St.
voices of Nat (King) Cole(Merry Xmas To You); Charles In('{, k N. :
pit Brown (I'll Be Home For Xmas); Billy Kenny(Ave Maria); .. : : '4 '
\ Bing Crosby (White Xmas); and Frank Sinatra continue to ..i'.' "...; t ( :)z. 635-4748

lead the pack of favorite recordings. Drummer Charles 1" ..,.;\:,":. ,. ."I t
Johnson shares a musical trio billing at Jackson Memorial \ '
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I Hospital, where Jenny Howard at the piano and Dean .. ,) :. ,
Ponthieu on trombone complete the combo. A furniture ,' :'. : ,\ ;
maintenance employee at JMII, Johnson who beats out at: if'
; mean tattoo on the hides, is a part-time musician with ;,\ ,
V Miami Northwestern High School band. .The best oft ; .' ;,, !' NOW SHOWING
t belated birthday greetings, love and kisses to a columnist's ,: ;, ; JK<

r! first born, Anna Grace Sweeting, who enjoyed another natal ''Ie ,'.,',, ti! fMt ORIVE IN THEATRE
I holiday Dec. 31. : \; > ""

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NAMES IN THE NEWS: Lonnie Sattin, romantic bala-
dier, at the Algiers. .Atlantic Recording Stars Drift-
ers" at the Fontainebleau. .Gene Strldel at Dean Martin's :
Restaurant. .Louis )Satchmo) Armstrong at Chateau EIIi
Madrid in Ft Lauderdale. .Supremes at the Deauvllle. .
Sammy Davis Jr. follows March 10. ., .Saint Agnes Church
Usher Board party-ed at Amelia Shavers' North side home I ....
Christmas night with Kyles Curry the Board's prexy. .
Carroll Williams, the Xavier (Ohio) University star foot-fl
between friends
ball hero who tossed passes allover the Orange Bowl lots ?
for the North All-Stars Monday last, is the son of Herman r; ','
and Myrtis Williams, both II TW grads and high school
sweethearts. .Viola Heastle's hubby Charles Ho'King is a
Rhode Island but Vi's at home
merchant marine up In ,
Best wishes for a happy, healthy and prosperousNew
and still a favorite'pin-up.
Year to all our friends .

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SWEETS TREATS The Reeves' annual Xmas Party Recipients of the Greater Miami Urban League
was hosted thisann'y. by Hazel R.GrantThe family, about Family of the Year Award of 1966

20 strong, Included the Reeves', Littles, Jollivettes, Youngs, .. ...
Chambers, Coopers, Frazlers and Davis.' The only prop
missing from the assembly was the huge boquet of flowers
usually presented the Reeves' by the late Kelsey L. Pharr
and absenceofsadness since the morticians' death. Help Fight The War on PovertyIf
Lovett Hutcheson continues to control Hannah's Motel as

resident manager. The mid-town haven Is named after the a job !Is open where you work have your
of Sumner, Thelma,
mother
late Mrs. Hannah Hutcheson,
Lovett, Emanuel, Elodia Mae, Evelyn and the late Rosa employer or yourself call one of your Neighborhood -

Hutcheson. .Mary Kemp got her first glimpse of Bar- Centers.
badian Junkanoos in Nassau New Year's Day. .Ditto
; Anna Grace Sweeting, who took an air-jet over last week. Downtown C. Dent 377.0525 I II I

Brownsville S. Hutcheson 635.8435 ''pWImIIIJ PICTUIU presents
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Sutton 696.4350
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MIAMI MUSINGS: The Samuel Johnsons (he's the DAVIDJANSSEI
Coconut Grove I I. Readon 445-5387
druggist) have their 2nd. It's another boy, born Dec 28
In Mount Sinai Hos !tal. .Elizabeth (Shorty) Adderleywas Perrine F. Bowe 238-5771
New Year's Bahama Mama. .MT needs to spot
a Homestead L. Rahming 238-7081
Investigators on buses via the Miami-Opa Locka run. _t.tNOwSHOT
Reports of discourteous actions from some drivers are Opa-locka D. Irving 681-4683 .
Eastern Air Lines and
', very distasteful to customers.
k Mackey Air Lines to marry Jan. 8 ? ? ? The merger, Ifi OR CALL _. ,ALSO. .
consumated will permit EAL to fly its trade between Flor- ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY PROGRAMINC. THEY UVE FROM SPINOUT TO CRACK UP 1 17JBEllJlU. I .

}t ida and the Bahama isles. .Doris Curtis' club's annual '395 NW First St., Miami, Fla. AYALON
i, Xmas. party was a little bit late, but It was held anywayon
't Jan. 2 at,Bertha Sneed's home, 1020 N.W. 47th Ter. J. McArthur or W. LatimoreJob fUNICO
Wilson had all the gang sharing her birth- A..ICAII
", .And Ruth Development A NI.ONM. FABIAN
\ day blowout when she and Alfred Rolle ,hosted dozens
, on Dec 29 in her Seventh St Apt The party had everything 377-8601 Ext. 113

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( Herman Murray, a real nice fellow, worked at the James ( ; t.1Ajj?a

Club as the doorman, and last Friday night,the day before
the f Jew Year was Just about to leave, up walked two fellows
; one of whom seem too young to be allowed In any _
club: Herman, doing his job, asked for the I.D. of theyounger _
man, and the companion of the young ,looking _

", fellow pulled a gun and killed Herman. The assailant, Albert C. Ferguson, __
known only as Leroy was apprehanded by Special Deputy stationed at Edge wood Arsenal
Sheriff who works at Jackson in the Prison Ward. Mayrland, visited with family
+ The IXputy, Clifford Gibson, was lauded by Manager and friends during the Yuletide
tJ Jack; forbett for his quick action. Clifford, who was off season.
duty at the time, proved that a policeman is really never Major Ferguson is assigned
off duty, especially when duty call I do wish you would as Operations and Training
c' remember what I said years ago, and I still say it, guns in Officer with the 4th BN
'I the wrong hands must go. Because of a little things like an HERO) 1st Arty which is
the only active battalion
I. Dotard,a life Is lost. Herman was 31 'years'of age, and It army re'i i
I' is a hame he had to die just because some hot head,could defending Baltimore area.the Washlnaton- l
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I. buya' -gun anywhere, anytime, if he has the money. Major Ferguson was promo- The Greater Miami Urban League Guild newly elected officers'were Installed ,
I*************************, ted to his present rank in sep- 3
tember 1965, while he served recently at the home of Mrs. Ann Lindsey Packard. The Guild was honored in hay f
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t' PJU YUIRL OK THE WEEK. Mary Corbitt with the 38th Artillery BricadeAd Ing Commissioner Athalie Range install the officers for 1967.

PHl TTY BOY OK THE WEEK: Anthony Marshall ( ). lie has served other Reading left to right, Commissioner Range, congratulating Mrs. Ann Lindsey
DOCTOR OF THE WEEK: Dr. George Simpson tours, in the Chicago-Gary Defense Packard, president; Mrs. Muriel Vaughns, vice president; Mrs. Mary Henry, record t

,I Golfer Of The Wcik: Mary Antonl(Chicago' Women's Club) ; Ft. Bliss Texas and ing secretary; Miss ,Barbara J. Graham, corresponding. secretory; ,Mrs. Margie Johnson '
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*****iiiii***iiiiie* Germany. treasurer. Johnson of Miami photo. "
He has been awarded the
; On Tuesday, January 10th, at Bonded Rental Agency, our Army Commendation Medal, '
big band will wend its wayback to rehearsals, after being off National Defense Service Labor Dept. EOBosstoAddress" Publishers I
1, for the holidays They are hoping that Trumpeter George Ribbon and the Armed Force a;
'I Wright and Art Johnson will join them, and that, also goes Reserve Medal. The National Newspaper over the country. After the ted in a manner similar to the
( for Sax Man, Charlie Austin and any other musicians ,that Major Ferguson graduatedfrom Publishers Association will Miami session, the newsmen Neighborhood Youth Corps.
,; will participate, who can read music. Eric Knight is con- BTW in 1949 as saluta- hold its Mid-winter workshop will embark on the luxurious The other new program
torium of his class and finish
ducting and is assisted by Austin and Wright They have here and in Nassau, Jan. 11- && Miami for a threedaycruise provides work-training and
ed FAMU with honors and a
to Nassau, in employment for unemployed_
'I had a number of engagements offered them,but feel that theyare B.S. degree in mathematics.He responseto
an invitation from the Ba- adults to improve community
dot quite ready. It wan't be long though.iiiiiiiiiiiiiiisiiiiii. is the son of Mrs.Ann a hamas government conditions in health, educa-
J. Farquharson of 8828 NW Jack Howard, administrator tion, welfare, neighborhood
;'. Seem as if somebody shook Yellow Cab Company up.. We 21st Ave. of the newly created Bu- redevelopment and public safety -
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called for one the other night, and got It right on the button reau of Work Programs of the fields.A .
The last time called sent Cab. ERRATUMIn Labor Department will be the
;t we on they a Magic City program; both informative
I It Is not that we do not want to patronize Magic City Cab, report on the Frazier- speaker at a noon luncheon and entertaining, has

because their fellows are just as good drivers and just as Jollivette wedding publishedin meeting Cola on sponsored Jan. 13. A by morning Coca- been arranged for the delegation
; courteous, but we had heard romours and wanted to be sure our last issue, the follow panel discussion will precede and visitors by President
,,I thirp was no "going on" there. They have some government lag names were inadvertently this session. Frank Stanley, publisher of
contracts thatweknowofand they are licensed by our Com- omitted. regret the error. Howard has been Adminis- The Louisville Defender and '
mission, and we want no snenaegans from Bnyof these com Mrs. Hazel R. Grant, aunt trator of the NeighborhoodYouth Garth C. Reeves, editor of
panies who are licensed by our Commissioners who represent of the bride, Mrs. Doreen R. Corps since its esta the host paper.

: us. If any of you have any trouble of this kind, let us know. Young, aunt of'the bride and blishment. In his new position The convention will get
Vernest Alexander, long time he will direct all Economic underway Wednesday, Jan.
******************************* friend of Regina who also Opportunity Act programs 11 with a,et-acquaintedparty'*

QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: A new and bigger band dition served, I Mr.as hostesses., John Dillard In who ad- administrated. by the Labor sponsored by Dan Kean of

I sound is thai, of Teddy Washingtoa HQ has a lot of the taped the beautiful music fort Department.In addition to k the Gulf Oil. Workshop sessions t1
former James'Brown musicians with him and theband has e reception. Neighborhood begin the following morning
__ __ Youth these
Corps
; a beat that is out of this world. >Willie West, that "mean JACK HOWARD include preceding a luncheon meeting
little kid who everybody's for the Dolphins TELL OUR programs two autho- sponsored by Joe Christian of
f intercepts passes"
rized by the 1966 Economic
i 16, with The Miami Times as of Seagrams where Miami Ma-
has dedded to stay in Miami, and is therefore open ADVERTISERSYOU Opportunity Act and one pre- Robert King High will
yor
I for a position with some firm. Anybody interested? lIe's a host.The two-day meeting will viosly administrated by the welcome the group on Jan. 12.
: smart cookie, and some Company could get a good "brain" SAW IT IN THE be attended Negro-oriented ,Office of Economic Opportunity. An afternoon panel discus

I working for them. .Just a reminder In case some of your TIMES newspaper publishers from all sion featuring such renown
\ friends from the Nawth have asked you to let them know Johnson
All four programs will be panelists as John II. ,
the dates of the North-South Tournament,they are February of Johnson Publications
operated by the Labor Department ;
8-12.Mr. and Mrs. Williams Banks were in from Detroit Charles Loeb Cleveland Call-
under delegation
J j for the holidays, and played golf almost every day getting WIGSBy and funding by OEO. Post George Mouche, Amalgamated
p, a head start on the North-South game. .Queen and Owen One of the new programs Publishers; Ken WllsonAfroAmencanNewspaper-
Marshall celebrated their 17th wedding anniversary on De-' provides employment opportunities ;
tern her 23rd. We think she was so busy preparing for her for youth and adults and Longworth Quinn, Michl-
Christmas guests that she forgot all about it.. .Had the reg- who live in urban areas with a gin Chronicle, will end with a
ular soul food for New Years with Willie and Sadie Temple high concentration of low-in dinner meeting sponsored by
The wives of the Par and Birdie Club will meet this weekto MR. WALTERSNow come persons. This special Mrs. Inez Kaiser of SevenUpat
plan for their affairs for the United Golfers Association impact program will be opera- the BIS cayne Terrace.

meeting in March and their tournament in August, r .
The Rancher ,Lounge is still swinging with the Dave Aknis Two Locations iBB.S I---B1si..1-.,..
Trio and The Ira Sullivan Four .Frank DuBoise and his r
I Chicken Scratchers ,are holding their own at the Mau Mauon 6225 NW 22nd Ave.

Curtiss Parkway. Cab Calloway Is In I town HAIR DOESN'T GROW? I

visiting his sIster( Blanche. .Organist, Earl Grant, is at 'I,I '
6011 NW 7th AVE.
Harry's American Room at the Eden Roc. The Miami DANDRUFF?
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Times is now located in their new building, nect to the ACROSS FROM THE CONTINENTAL CLUB ITCHY SCALP?
University Barber Shop on 15th Avenue. And guess what? I

They have more than one telephone! ..Tony Forrest, 'v', Phone FALLING HAIR? I II
owner of the Royal Drive-In on 15th Avenue (more com
monly known as the Soul House),last week donated $10.00to 754-9820 I
the Manor Park Child Opportunity Center. This enablesthe HELPCONDITIONING
children a'visit to Miami Seaquarlum. They still serve HERE IS
696-9698
the best Pig Tails and Neck Bones In the dty. Clyde KU- I I
lens has not made up his mind about taking over the
operations of the Knight Beat Clyde sez he's happy doing
what he Is doing. NOTHING! .Charlie North sez he's AEXPERT WIG CLEANING, I USE

going to join the Par & Birdie Club. Do you believe that? CUTTING & STYLING I

. ,Disc Jockey, Nicky Lee, is holding Friday night NIJ-KAIR
dances at the Brownsville Community Center for the ONE DAY SERVICE I

Teen-agers. That is one way to keep the kids out of the l BY REQUEST CREAM -I I
streets. With the. New Year here, may I suggest that if

vou're driving. Don't drink. The life you may save may I GUARANTEED TO HELP YOUR COMMTIOK
be ours! We're walking. That's for the week. Till.the next I
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1 ATLANTA, Ga. "Gentlemen, it's time we stopped in Chicago concluded a similar settlement with! another Breadbasket ministers reason they should spend it at I
5 talking have to prepare my sermon for Sunday morn big food chain, High-Low Foods, Inc stores and companies which do not discriminate. And if II 1t
;, ing. 'I'm going to get In the pulpjt and advise 1,500 people, SCLC Is now planning negotiations on the same basic a businessman refuses to hire or promote Negroes then 1
i j not to buy your product." points where. with other big grocery chains In Chicago and else- the Negro community should stop doing business with 1I 1I

Speaker: A respected and Influential Negro minister. him.It is obvious that Negro ministers and friendly white t
Scene: The executive office of a well-known Atlanta BIRTH OF BREADBASKETThe clergymen are In a position to spread the message on I
,I company. employment practices of local firms. t
4 Subject Jobs for Negroes.It Idea of Operation Breadbasket originated In hula So here's the way Breadbasket works. Leaders of a I
was a moment of truth for"Operation Breadbasket," delphia, Pa., where Negro ministers organized their con- Negro' community, usually its ministers, organize delegations
the little-known but highly effective Jobs-and-Income pro- gregations to work for Improved conditions.Dr. to deal with specific situations. These delegations (
m gram of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. Martin Luther King Jr., president of the Southern first go to the top management of a company and get
I That sermon was never preached, because the company Christian Leadership Conference, thought that the idea information about employment practices such as the number t It
quickly came to terms with the minister and his delegation could be applied, throughout the South He asked Rev. of Negro and white.employees, job descriptions, pay
of fellow clergymen representing Operation Breadbasket. Leon Sullivan a leading founder of the IWladelphla pro- rates, and fringe benefits.
[1 The firm agreed to end its discriminatory employment gram, to explain its operation to SCLC officers. In 1961, Next, the delegation formulates specific demands. For I
policy by immediately hiring Negroes to Important positions. SCLC established an official department and named It example, the Breadbasket ministers often tell the company J 1j
Many similar scenes have taken place since SCLC started Operation Breadbasket Since then, the program has been that it must hire a certain number of Negroes and train
Operation Breadbasket in 1961. Rev. extended to many cities in the North and South and has and for
Fred C. Bennette, promote present Negro employees specified jobs. t
National Director of the program, says, "In five years, made significant gains for Negroes in a broad range of 1II
have thousands industry and commerce. Breadbasket gives the company a reasonable, amountof
we won of new and betterJobs for Negroes I
time to meet the demands. Some negotiations have
last-
at hundreds of "
companies. The main problem Breadbasket attacks In discrimination edseVera1months. c
Recently, Breadbasket has moved beyond the field of In jobs. Government statistics show that unemployment t
jobs and scored unprecedented victories for Negro-owned among Negroes traditionally has been twice or more But whenever an employer refuses to co-operate.,Operation -
businesses.On the rate of white joblessness. The problem is compounded Breadbasket prepares direct action. Managers pf the t
Dec 9 SCLC announced that firm are tQld that, Negroes may stop bying their products.If .
ministers of Operation by the fact that millions of Negroes are "xnder-employed" t
that, doesn't judge them the ministers have
Breadbasket In Chicago reached an agreement with the -forced to take the most undesirable jobs with the lowest no choice' h
National Tea Company and Its subsidiary, Del Farm pay, and "last to be hired, fl1'8tto be fired." Still another but to.ItFortunately advise their people to start a,"selective buying cam
Foods, providing! for: difficulty Is the lack of adequate job training for Negroes.
Breadbasket's approach to this complex situation is that hasn't happened very often. Rev. l
1) Sale of products and services of Negro businessesat relatively simple The program founders took note of two Bennette says, "A lot of the gains we made lit ,Bread I'i ,
National tea's food chain outlets In Chicago. basic points: basket were a direct result of people knowing that we t
2) Transfer of some of the chain's banking accounts First, the Negro community offers business a profit- exist. Some businessmen. shaped up before we even thoughtof t
to Negro banks. able consumer market The 22 million American Negroesnow going to them. They have admitted privately that we (
3)' Opening of more than 370 new or upgraded jobsto spend 27 billion dollars a yea were the cause of their; ; changes in employment policy.
Negroes.It "In a majority of cava," Rev. Bennette adds; 'we )1II
Second, church leaders have a powerful voice In decisions reach an agreement before the direction phase."
was second pioneering victory for Negro productsand and actions of the Negro community. When direct action is necessary, it Is effective 'Rev,
banks within one month. On Nov. 19, Breadbasket If Negroes are doing to spend all that money, the J.. E. Boone, a Breadbasket In Atlanta, recalls a' "real S

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earl Anthony R. Lauro, North ford, Conn. Mr.. Blunt has been eedecby his class as'
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breakthrough that gave us a bg reputation, In lylii, basket, the State of Georgia has hired Negro highway personnel are not only capable, but goodfor their business.
after three months of negotiations, a large soft-drink bot- patrolment, the federal antipoverty program has employed And they in turn pass the word around that the thing to do
tling company In Atlanta still,refused to comply with our Negroes as consultants In'Georgia, and Negroes integrated is to hire Negroes."
demands. We started picketing the company and ministers government staffs in Florida, Atlanta and Louisville Ky.
started preaching. Negroes in Atlanta stopped drinkingthis A big "plus" for Negro business Is expected from
soft drink. Schools and churches turned the com When an automobile plant balked at Breadbasket agreements like the new ones with food chains In Chicago.
pany'? soft-drink machines!" toward the walls. In one high demands, a Negro leader telephoned the plant's national When companies transfer some of their accounts to Negro
school alone, the bottler lost the sale of more than 1,000 headquarters and warned that complaints might be madeto banks, these banks can channel new Investment funds Into t
bottles per day. Out of all this came a very satisfactory Washington and a nation-wide picketing and "don't the Negro community for such things as' new enterprisesand
settlement For the first time, the company hired Negro buy" campaign might be launched. Headquarters dispatch housing. And when the chain stores sell products
driver-salesmen, upgraded many Negro employees and ed a top official to the plant, and the company immediately made by Negroes, the Negro firms can expand their busi- I
started recruiting others. The national parent company at made 150 new jobs available to Negroes. A measure of ness and employ more Negroes.
the same time elevated a Negro to its board of directors." the extent of Operation Breadbasket's work can be foundin
Where Breadbasket Won the types of industry and business which have negotiatedwith Kev. Jesse Jackson, Director of Operation BreadbasketIn
Breadbasket teams have won agreements in many plush SCLC. The list includes a leading cosmetics manufacturer Chicago says, "In effect, these agreements create new
business offices, and government agencies, too. Here are automobile dealers, telephone companies, department consumers and help to develop business and financial
just a few accomplishments: stores, gas and light companies, dairies, bakeries,groceriesa institutions in the Negro community. .
A large Atlanta bakery promoted men earning $50to national merchandising giant, Insurance companies,
$60 per week to driver-salesman jobs paying ,$140. laundries, auto makers, five-and-ten chains, soft-drink producers "The old system of stifling Negro businesses and fat-
Negro women were promoted, too, and the firm changed an oil company, and state and local government. tening outside Owned companies, which take all the
its policy by hiring Negroes as apprentice mechanics and goods and give nothing In return, must come to an end."
clerks at its retail stores. A Negro was employed Iri the As a department of SCLC, Breadbasket now operates
executive offices. in eight Southern ,states and Chicago, but similar programs Dr. King has stated: "The achievements of Operation .
In Jacksonville, Fla., FCLC joined a labor unionin have cropped up in many other states and cities. Ministersin Breadbasket promise dramatic new strides toward economic
organizing women employees of a laundry chain. At these places have heard about the program and received freedom for America's black people We intend to escalate
the time, these workers received low wages,,no vacations, and encouragement from Breadbasket clergymen to start and broaden our drive for more and better jobs, which
no sick leave and no group Insurance. One woman was their own campaigns. Negroes deserve, and for a fairshareof national prosperityfor
paid 57' bents and hour after working there 43"years. Negro, businesses."

REACTION OF BUSINESSMENHow I
Breadbasket paved the way to a contract providing wagesof
,$1.10 an hour and increases to $1.60 over 18 months, have businessmen reacted to Breadbasket?Many Thus, many more company executives will be hearingin
six paid holidays, .up to three weeks vacation, sick leave of them have praised the program. When National Te the future about this quiet work of SCLC called. Opera -
and funeral leave, group health insurance,,and a guaranteed Co. approved the recent agreement in Chicago, the com ation Breadbasket. ,.'
40-hour work week. pany's president, Mr. N. A. Stepelton, told a meeting of
Other.al1Jarxes of Breadbasket and labor unions have 400 ministers that Operation Breadbasket is a more-sig And those businessmen who, aren't willing to,,nego-
led to agreements with a pen-and-pencil manufacturer a nificant program than President Kenney's "Hans for Pro- tiate will find that a Negro minister can be very serious
din e-store chain and a lingerie firm. gress." when he says something like: "Gentlemen U', time we
) Negroes are no longer excluded from certain jobs In Breadbasket, Rev. Dennettesays beenaneducation- stopped talking, I have to prepare my sermon for Sunday -
sore e government agencies. For example, through Bread- al process for Industry.. Employers have learned that Negro morning. ." /,,

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For Disrupting School Miami, Florida 33147 ,'.',,':;?'t,:, I
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Dear, Sir:
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Seventeen-year-old Willie Tuesday night and Wednesday
Frederick and three com- morning he appeared before Enclosed please find the sum of $f:.-
panions know by now that our Judge Oerald Tobin in City
schools have not reached Court, where he was sent to to cover tote cost of a --,_,_ subscription to ;
such a low level that drop jail for 60 days and was fined t". .
outs can just walk in and do 500, U he can't pay the fine the Miami i Times i>\."' ; '
please: he. will serve another 60d.,.. I '' ,"' :
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On'Dec. 13, Frederick, of The three other boys are'stili Mail Paper To.: ,'. l'J "''I .
being sought by the :
'375 NW 16th Terrace, with .
three friends, walked into a police. Judge Tobin said the : Address________ "'. :
classroom at Booker T. Washing stiff sentence was intendedas ..
High School and demand a warning to other school : City State_ ,Zip Code,, .:
ed to see a friend.The teach dropouts. r.. ..
er told them to go to the prin
cipal's office and get visi- : Six Months $3 00 One Yr. $5 00 Two Yrs. $9.00 .:
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They were back In five
minutes, but without the I
passes. Again they demandedto
see their friend, and again CallCHARLES
the teacher refused. mm. S
One of them, in a rage,
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tossed a wood dagger into
P the room, and the four fled.
Police arrested Frederick Call 691-0421 i

Mrs Elizabeth Sutton was all smiles as she was ROGERS

presented with a' bonus check by Garth C. Reeves, '.r::1' '

president of the Board of Directors cf James 'E. Scott fAT
Community Association, Inc. Mrs. Sutton retired after PL 1-7502
eleven years as cook for the Day Care Center in Liber
ty Square. Johnson of Miami photo.

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Phil Ossofer ; '. A Piano, Organ,

The human brain Is the now living that a prevalenceof
most unique creation on Immoral literature is af- I Scott Stereoor
earth. It is really a compact fecting the decisions of many
computer, capable of reveal- people who now seek a new
ing all the answers to the "freedom"'of promiscuity. IF YOU'RE NOT THERE Orchestra'

problems of humanity, II t Such action is evidence that WHO'LL PAY THE RENT?
cannot be duplicated by any (these folks are feeding poison Instruments
man-made computer, no Into their brains, and they lifetime hold .
Now your family can have a on
how in- are getting poisonous ans-
matter
expensive or
from Equltablt.An .
which affecting their their home with Living Insurance
tricate It may be. wers
The use of this amazing lives. The Increasing number equitable mortgage repayment plan pays off
computer-brain, like all computers of those who are under- the mortgage if you dl.--Most important, it means
depends on what in- going psychiatric treatmentis a continuing life for your family in a home of
formation is fed into It. Thisis also proof that many are their own.
why education is so important not getting the answers to
All we learn be- right living.In DON FAGAN -311-5691 or 696-5017

comes material we "feed" a recent Reader's Digest The Equitable Lif Assurance SocUty of the
into our brain, to be stored article, a psychiatrist demon United Stat i. Horn Offices 1285 Avenue of th .
within our subconscious, strated the power of the Bi- Am.rleoi. N.Y., 10019. St .
Then when problems arise, ble in dealing with our every- rVICTOR
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can meditate on them,setting lieve that without readingand
our computer-brains In mo- grasping the lessons of
tion, bringing out the ans the Holy Scriptures, all edu-
wers to our problems. Thus, cation it Incomplete and un- Jack's
MEN'S WEARSEE
the more knowledge we feed satisfactory.I .
Into them, the more accuratethe feel sure that had I not
answers toourproblems. been led to the Scriptures, I "MR. JACK"
Therefore, we should be would be, a psychiatric pa- FOR
concerned with the quality of tient today. The lessons I STYLES FOR ALL AGES PIANOS & ORGANS
our education and of the have learned therein have Tb. V.ry Latest .la MWs FhUa
books we read. Thoreau enabled me to be far more SILK MOHAIR SUITS. HATS Corner NW 54tn St. iNW3rd Avt. PL 17503Or
said, "Read the best books selective In the feeding of my ITALIAN SHOE 2010 Biscayne Blvd Miami FR 7-0401

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12 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 6, 1967


MEMORIAM Broadway Singing Star Visits
In memory of my beloved


I CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS .husband,, Muhammad's Mosque #29Star _

of Broadway musical, first purchase of the New
"Body Beautiful" Lonnie Sat- Year of the book that is rockIng -
tin was guest at Muhammad's the 20th Century Founda-
IN IN MEMORIAMIn Mosque No. 29 New Year's tion: "Message to the Blackman -
I the Hono-
k in America by
In The family of the late fond memory of, 1 Day.Lonnie Sattin who is appearing rable Elijah Muhammad.

CARY MACK BELL currently on Miami
to express sincere ap- Beach is well known in thea-

and thanks to the trical circles, having had his ALBERT. .
friends here and away own television show starring
their cards, flowers, tele- Barbara McNair and also Amos W. Winfield, 2175
visits, donations and known on the Playboy and NW 60th st., died Dec. 28.
kind expressions of ...t supper club circuit.Mr. Services were conducted from
Sattin stated: "I will the Mt.Calvary Baptist Church
Special thanks to Mr. Ro- forever be grateful to minister Surviving are two sons, Leroy
Mathis, Mr. David Brad- Troy Bey for opening my eyes and Ordemos two daughters,
Mr. Herschel Levy and today and I will never forget Mmes. Lorraine Rollins of
neighbors of 49th St. for A his dynamic subject on the Los Angeles, Calif., Luella
good deeds and acts of "Truth about New year's." Mackey of New York,and one
K during Mr. Bell's MR. JAMES HARRISwho The singing star also led brother, Roosevelt; two grand
and death. We are 1 uDONALD departed this life Jan. off the 1967 drive with the children.

ally grateful to the staff 3rd, 1966.
the Sun-Ray Rest Home, We loved him, but God He is survived by a step- Cornelius Porter, 2500
W. M. Davis and loved him best. daughter, Mrs. Mary Smith NW 56th Terr died Dec.. 28.
Atchinson and the staff of and a son-in-law, Alvin Smith Surviving are wife, Mary; two
Harris wife
House of Albert for their Mrs. Irena and funeral servjces were heldon gon, George and Freddi e
and Friends/
courteous and efficient Family Wednesday, J an. 4. ?ims of Savannah, Georgia.
Services were held from the

May God bless and keep RANGE. Michael Strachan of 523 Liberty City Chapel Tuesday
of you. NW 22nd St. was the victimof morning.
Mrs. Oren B. Brown died an accidental drowning on
Mrs. Nella Mae Bell ROLLB Saturday, Dec. 31. She la survived Thursday, Dec. 29. He is survived William Cullen Pride, 139
And Family who died January 6, 1965. by a husband, Eddie; a by a mother, Mrs. Mirian NW 14th St., died Dec. 20.
May he rest in peace and daughter,Mrs. Edna Thompsontwo Strachan; grandparents, Mr. survivors are eight brothers,
Precious light perpetual shine on him. sisters four grandchildren and Mrs. John gtrachan ; two Four sisters. "Services were
A voice IN MEMORIAMIn Funeral, services will be brothers, William and Harold; held from the Liberty city

A place is loving memory of my Josephine Coleman, held Saturday, January 7, one sister, Gail. Funeral ser- chapel Tuesday morning.
The world and our beloved A dear friend at 1 p.m. at Mt. Calvary Bap- vices were held on Wednes-
And other friends tist church. day, jan. 4. PFC Ulysses White, 3255
Rosa,Smi
NW 155th St., Opa-locka died
Walter Leonard Gordon of 1418 Infant Anthony Black of Dec. 23 while serving his coun-
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ther IN NW 1st rt. died Saturday, 6825 NW 11th Ct died on Sun- try in Vietnam. Services were
MEMORIAMIn Dec. 31. Survivors are a day, Jan. 1. Funeral services given every military rite on
Robert W. wife, Thelma; a stepson, will beheld on ThursdayJan. Tuesday evening at the New
rEUGENE memory of our beloved Joseph cook; two nephews, 5 at 1 p.m. in the chapel. Hope Baptist Church. Among
daughter and sister Leotis and James Gordon; his survivors are wife, Mrs.

other nieces and nephews. John Wesley Brown of Constance E. White,'one son,
THANKS Funeral services will be held 6232 NW 14th Ave. died Mon- Antonio, one daughter, Cas-
Thursday, Jan. 5 at 2 p.m. in day, Jan. 1. Funeral arrangements sandramother; Mrs. Mable
The the chapel. are incomplete.John White; a brother, Johnniejone.
of the late
sister, Emma.
MRS.' Miss Ella Mae Allen of Lee of 1755 NW 6th
pioneer k 1713 NW 76th Terr. died Sa- PI. died Monday, Jan. 2. Mrs. Annie Mae Quinn,
r 31. She is survived 1837 NW 3rd Ave. Apt. 6 died
press their turday, Dec. Survivors are five nieces,
to their .. by a father, Willie; Canary Thompson, Alice Dec. 31. Survivors are one
expression LINDSAY tr five sisters, Edna Fennell, Green, Lucille Thompson, daughter, Mrs. viola Coleman
other relatives and friends. one brother Homer Hart of
their cards Annie Bostick and Catherine
departed this life Jan.
remains sent to Eastman Oat one sister. Madam -
cars, Her were Harden. Funeral services will
tions and 1966. and Lake City, p\\&. where final be held Saturday, Jan. 7 at Lillie Hart, other relatives -
"We cannot we
say and burial will be held. Church. Funeral services are
ring their not say that he is dead- rites St. Luke Baptist incomplete.

Special is just away with cheery
Randolph le and a wave of the hand, Herman Murray of 1966 Mrs. Carrie Bozeman of
L. Cox, has wandered into an un- NW 47th Tern died Satur- Princeton, Fla. died Monday,
sionary land.' And left' us ". day, Dec. 31. He is survived Jan. 2. Survivors are a hus- START WORK TODAY!

members of &\-eryfalr.It needs by a mother, Mrs. Madelyn band, Joseph; a daughter Jo A Public Service Over
of be since he lingers Murray Taylor; a father, The Ann. Funeral arrangementsare 20Y.ors
Rev. P. W. ." deus Murray three brothers, incomplete.
bers of Wellington, Cedric and Charles;: Live in Mold
Church, Violet Lindsay, wife five sisters, Shirley, Ele note, Cooks Busboys
lace and d'ch.CJren"T' ChildrenIN Patricia, Sandra and Brenda WMBM Dishwashers Porters

Church of MRS. GLORIA JACKSONwho Murray; grandparents, Mr. and 1490 On Your Dial Gas Station& Horn MaldiW DriversHotel
friends of passed January 1, 1966. Mrs. Marcellus Lee. Other AppreciateYour
Baptist "For God hath marked relatives. Funeral services BLANCHE CALLOWAY BusinessFR

Rev. R. MEMORIAMIn each sorrowing day, will be held Saturday, Jan. PRESENTS
and Rev. P. And numbered every 7 at 4 p.m. in the chapel.
PROGRESS REPORT
tor of t. memory of the later secret tear." \t.r '..8312I
Mrs. Annie Pearl Knox of r
Many ... _._ Times Daily
and her Mrs. Clifford Hill, mother of 21500 SW 109th Ave., I C-WWCS534 H. Miami Ave)
8 1:55 and 10
a.uu
p.m.
Range J.;; <, John Hill, stepfather Goulds, Fla. died Sunday, I
May f Mrs. willodene Robinson and Jan. 1. She is survived by a
est ; \' Mrs. Harriet Holt, sisters husband, John Sr; six sons,
you. \;. ',' Mrs. Mammie Andremo, James, Willie, Lennon, Mil-
: grandmother ton, Joe and John Jr., five
The \ Joseph Robinson, daughters, Mary Everett,
brother-in-law Essie Williams, Ullie Jones, LINCOLN MEMORIAL PARK
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Barbara Ann and GwendolynSwift Pauline Parris and Roberta _I .
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nieces Roberts, other relatives. Fu- :
Eddie and Gregory Swift, neral services will be held 3001 NW 46th STREET NE 44197E. :
IN Cyril Johnson and Kenneth Saturday, Jan. 7 ,at the Holi-
In Smith, four nephewsMrs. ness Church of God in Christ.
mother and Susie Walker and Rosa The hour will be announced
McCall, aunts later. JOHNSON MANAGER, 0X-1.9199

Mr. Taylor Williams, uncle
And a host of other relative s I Mr*. Pearl Jackson of 3044
NW 58th St. died Friday, Dec.
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30. She is survived by a __

DEATH NOTICE sister, Mrs. rjencie Mae
Strong. Her remains were

J .' shipped to Moultrie, Ga., _
::1 JAMES CROMARTIB r I where final rites and burial
departed this life Dec. will be held.

1951. of
Gone, but not forgotten. Cedric Perry of 2188 NW
., ;. 70th Terrace died Friday,
and Mrs. Alex Cromartie, ( Dec. 30. He is Survived by a F v
,
parents I. mother, Mrs. Betty J. Dixon;
Blake, grandmother four sisters and brothers;
.Walker and and funeral services were

Mrs*. Williams aunts held on Tuesday, Jan. 3. \ WERE ONLY
MRS. Tukes, uncle
Died host of other relatives and Mrs. Pensacola Bruton of A PHONE CALL AWAY
Laid to friends 1232 NW 1st Place Apt. 29
"The died Thursday, Dec. 29. She
There's is survived by a husband,Willie To know that we are here

ful ; a son Willie Larry, Jr;
city, ;rte twenty-four hours a day
CARD .4;
OF
ruler is ; THANKSThe three daughters, Jessie Lee
scending family of the late r and Jennie Lee Larry,Almeta a to help you -
Patmos, Bruton; grandchildren.Funeral

4fs high, AMOS WINFIELD services were held on Tues ? with funeral facilities
Jasper, the to thank the many day, Jan. 3.
ry
gold and and neighbors for Herman Thaddeus Murray, Mrs. Eddie Lee of can be comforting.
here is 31 smith '
son of Mr. Thaddeus Murray
cards floral J
r.
telegrams, .
400
shall its and Madeline NW 44th St. died Tues v)
& and the many other Murray Taylor
day Dec. 27. Shahs survivedby
,
My of kindness during the died December 31, 1966at
a husband, Freddie Lee
Jackson Memorial Hospital.
ing yonder of bereavement.Many .
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are thanks to Rev. Samuel three children,Ronald, James "My Father in Heaven, help
shall join ron and members of Mt. He leaves to mourn his and Denice; four sisters, me never to forget Thy Love

and dwell Baptist Church, Rev. mother and father, stepmotherand Catherine Roundtree, Helen it locks up to me in the
Cremer, Cherylee Brown and
they're 1 Johnson, Rev. Brad- father, five sisters, three Naomi Bullard four brothers beauty of the flower ."
with Jesus and the House of Albert's brothers, a grandmother, two ,
Bernard Herman John Henry Jowett
battles for their services ren- grandfathers, four nieces, Ulyssesand .
Charles. Funeral
sin and four nephews, two aunts, two ser- Oscar L.
reached May God bless each and uncles and a host of other vices were 4.held on Wednes- Range
day, Jan.
relatives and friends. .
Mr+s. Lucy of you. Funeral Home
Ed Walden of 101 Nw 11th
Funeral services will be
.V >yiand Ulla.Maei ii J ,
Nine l
Tent died Thursday. Dec. 29 l
Or and Family held Saturday, Jan. 7 at 4 p.m.


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I James W. Roberts, Pioneer Miamian, Is BuriedFuneral


James W. Roberts Services Sr.for, Pioneer Mr. to vote, only to find himself Six Daughters Mrs. Leila Start the
Citizen, conducted on in The Jackson Memorial II Williams, Mrs. Madelyn
Wednesday, December 28th, Hospital severely beaten by R Thompson, Mrs. Edith
1966 at 10:30 AM. at St. the Klan for voting as a Bragg, Miss Nellie Roberts. New YearShopping
Agnes l Episcopal Church. Democrat lIe lived throughall Miss! Jennie Roberts and
Mr. Roberts passedon Wed of that, and today thereIs Mrs. Florrie Woodard anda
nesday, December 21st, Freedom of Party Choice host of devoted relatives
1966 at 2:45 AM In one of for eligibles who have therigh't and friends. Mass was sung
the local hospitals.He to vote. lie was a 33rd on Wednesday morning, December
came to the United Degree Mason, affiliated 28th at St Agnes 4 :
States of America in his with Seminole Lodge No. Episcopal Church at 10:30
teens during the early part 291; Pall Bearers Society with Father Lambert Sands, at .
of the century from Gregory No.5; East Light LodgeNo. Rector officiating. The Oscar
'Town, Eleuthera In the Ba 5380, Grand United Or- L. Range Funeral Home di
hamas. After living in Baltimore der of Odd Fellows of America rected. Interment took placeat
Maryland and Jensen ; Loyal Tigers and City Cemetery,N.W. 18th
Florida, he came to Tigresses of the World; Atlas Street and Miami Avenue, enaer Whole
Miami and settled in the Lodge No. 308, I. B. P. O. E. the place where he was employed gram c
Buena Vista Lemon City of W. and other civic and as Assistant Supervisor Gh ck
area. Later he moved to the church organizations to Mr. Schisler! for 38
Central Miami area wherehe He leaves to mourn his years, and later served as
established his home. lIe passing eight children: Two Interim Supervisor until the
applied himself first as a Sons James W RobertsJr. appointment of Mr. E. E. 27 b
Sailor, then as a Firemanfor and Martin R Roberts; Siler.'wV.
the Florida East Coast
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Railroad( and finally as an
employee of the City of w
Miami Parks Division, re- K
tiring in 1949. He and his ,ask anyone who works at Freddy's .
wife Claudia Jane were excellent
citizens and took active ': You get honest weight
part In community life.
The couple solicited money
from their millionaire Win- Fresh
ter friends for the first piano
for Booker T. Washington PorkBONES4LbS

erts Grammar formed School.a committeewith Mr. Rob- ge(;

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the late J. R. Knowles, rt
S. Johnson, W. A Chap-
man with D. A Dorsey serving .
as Chairman and fought
for the extension of a OX TAILS Lbs i.
9-months session which was
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then established.Mr. 1 .tOn A'Ul'fH11NK }
Roberts served as t -
Vestryman and a memberof / J = Center Cut
the Choir of the Episco- Pork
pal Church, then located in
a house on Cherry Street, .V
where the County Court : Cho
House'now stands. He was ; s
Senior Warden of the St.
Agnes Episcopal Church
when it was located on x xr
Third Avenue and Eighth
:, Street. He was also Senior Wx +
Warden at the present St.
Agnes Episcopal Church. He Lb
f was the first civil rights casein +
!. Miami and instead of voting
I the Independent Ticket
allowed to be LEARNING TO WALK is more tion to stand on own two feet
was of a trial for Douglas Pinnix, 2, by using a "stabilizer" pre
cast, he felt that he should
Elan College, N.C., than for liminary to being fitted withleg PORK TAILS 4 5,9 : ':
vote either as a Republican braces *
most little boys because the at March of Dimes :
I'which or a Democrat andquestioned birth defect of open spine has Birth Defects Center, North 1'
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the Value of the Independent Carolina .,SN I "
of
paralyzed him below the waist. University School CL9f : er. a
Ticket He encouragedhis Here he shows his determina Medicine. Chaoel Hill.
friends and other people Lean rd


DEATH NOTICE SMOKED PICNICS


Deacon John W, Burney
and Worshipful Master of the
Offspring Lodge No. 252 JohuiBeggd VOl6Y
Free and Accepted Masons of .
Coconut Grove died Dec. 27
at South Miami Hospital. Fu-
neral services were held Saturday -
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afternoon, Dec. 31 at
I Macedonia Fir st Baptist
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Eleventh Episcopal Dis- "The time has come for state lay confab to be held will be outlined by the con-
i
trict lay president, Felix N. us to realize that we are in July. Time and place will ference and district presidents.The .
White is calling all AME lay- God's children and to be good be discussed at 1 large. state director of pub-

men to meet in an executive and do good are the two great The state director of lay lic relations, Mrs. Bernice S. ,

board meeting St.Mark AME objects set before us; to de- activities, Mrs. Inez Sparks, Henderson, Is asking that
Church, Orlando, January 15.r velop a perfect character by Is asking that the laity be each conference president }

rendering a perfect service," prepared to present slogans, submit to her the name and ANTIOCH
the president said in his call subjects and mottoes for address of his or her public d
for "a day of sacrificial ser- the state meeting. From this relations director. Through 1899 NW 64th Street ]

vice." selection, one subject and this office the connection Rev. P. W. Wiggins, ministerAs j

r motto will be chosen. be informed of the happeningsof we have come to the 1 j
The laymen will be briefedon Plans for evangelistic the Eleventh Episcopal District threshold of another year's ',j

1 plans for the forthcoming drives and financial efforts work for the Master, the entire \.

-- --, Antioch family invites ,f

NEW MT. MORIAHRev. ANTIOCHNEW DRAKE MEMORIAL you to come and help them M,
make it known that Jesus still '.
A. L. Shipp, pastor LIBERTY CITY 5800 NW 2nd Avenue lives. I

Evelyn Souter reporterOur Rev. A. H. Essix, Pastor Rev. Jauris W. Dunn, pastorA At our morning worship, j
Annie Whipple reporterWe Choir No. 1 and Ushers' Board t;7
church's
anniversary
spirit-filled weekendwas will render, service.The it;
and No. 1
will be held Sunday at 3 p.m. give thanks praisefor spent at Drake Memorial
the goodness of God which Male chorus and againUshers'Board
We are asking all members for which began Saturday Dec. 1
God allowed us to assemble No. 1 will serve at our
their support. The funds will
31 with that home cooked
go toward our lots we are ourselves' together In a divine food which was a sell out on evening worship service. Jj'
purchasing in the back. The worship-both morning and the church grounds, followedby The senior Missionary So-
public is invited.We evening singing and prayingand ciety extends a cordial invi'tattoo .
two very spirit-filled sermons '
feasting upon the word of to its annual Calendar
want all the members to
during Waten-Night ser-
God. Our Tea on the third Sunday, Jan.
pastor brought two
please start thinking in vices and ended with the regular -
15 at 3 Louise Knapp 'j
p.m.Mrs.
Inspirational fromOod's
messages
terms of the election of officers Sunday services when '
a holy word to satisfy will be the principal speaker.
; which will be held the Communion services was
f fA ft and strengthen our weary souls. We wish to inspire you to
January 26th at 8 in
our be remembered.
p.m. one to long
You are always welcome to join us in our Prayer Meeting
general conference. worship with us.Remember Rev. Dunn was at his best which is held on Tuesday ,
The Male 'Chorus will celebrate throughout the day and with every '!
to pray for and night at 8 p.m. A' poet :
their anniversary
Mrs. Dunn at the console
I, visit our sick and shut-ins. 'has said, "God dwells far off ;
Jan. 15th at 3 pun. every moment was spirituallyhigh. ,
from us, but prayer brings him ;
The pastor and members TEMPLE .
will journey to West Hollywood TEA TIME down to our earth and links l'

to render services for the The Missionary Society, The pastor, officers and his power with our efforts."

pastor, Rev. B. Mack of Macedonia Mrs. Florence Hepburn, pre members are sparing in their Bible Class under the presi-

Baptist Church, in be, sident,will sponsor its annual plans to present its first dency of Willie Powell, with

half of his anniversary, Jan. New Year's dinner this Saturday Winter Sip on Sunday Jan. the pastor as the instructor, i

22nd at 3 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Eva 15 at 3:30 p.m. in the homeof is held on Tuesday night at

....1.,'. "....... ..."ii.....-- -1- The youth will celebrate Gibson, 1938 NW 5th PI. Donation Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Dunn, 9. The Junior Church, under '
Mrs. Bessie Kerbo was The rumers-up:. second their anniversary the second one dollar. Serving begins 1895 NW 57th St. You are invited the direction of Mrs. Lillie

crowned queen pf Progressive place, Mrs. Viola Johnson; Sunday in February.We at high noon. Deacon J. Carlo Capersis will hold its meeting
Ross ,
ChapterNo.29-A Order of Eas third, Mrs. Adell Cliff; fourth, are asking your prayersfor The pastorwishes to thank chairman. ,
tern star for the year 1966-67, Mrs. Theodore Foxworth. Her Sis.Lula Odom and family and congratulate the auxiliaries Monday, Jan. 7 at 5 p.m. All

by her Worthy Matron, Mrs. in their hour of bereavement.Also that made their reportsat ST. PAUL 'AME young people. are urged to.

Clarice Came gay, on Dec. Majesty the Queen thanks you for the pastor, shut-ins, the annual conference.Each come.May
Rev. T. C. Kelley Jr. God's choice blessingsrest
18, at the Masonic Temple, and wishes for you a Pros- and sick.. And those in the one showed some degree of pastor is 'I
progress, and each is deter-. Mary Rawls, reporterOur upon you and yours, our
4818 NW 27th Avenue. perous New Year.FRIENDSHIP. armed services. Visitors are
always welcome. mined to do a bigger job this first quarterly con- prayer.

GREATER NEWMACEDONIA ST. BARNABASRev. year.Choir No. will render ser convene ference for Friday the year nite 1967 Jan. 6 will at SALTER'S CHAPELRev.

Rev. J. E. Jenkins, pastor Howard Demeritt, pastor, vice this Sunday. 8 p.m. and Sunday, Jan. 8. H. M., Salmon, pastor

Sis Ruby Lee Carr, reporter Phyllis Johnson, reporter Eugene Smith, Claudia The pastor and officers are Betty Morant and Flossie Marshall -
3165 NW 56th Street Hepburn and Florence Hanna asking that all boards and reporters
Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor Friday, January 6 at 8 This being the first Sunday were present on Sunday clubs toE have their reports

Willie J. Beard, reporter 8 p.m. Our Male Chorus will in the New Year, our pastor morning to say "goodbye." ready and make them 100%. The Pro-New Year services

sponsor a Second Fund Raising wished everyone a. very Happy They returned to collegethis The Presiding Elder Roberts Saturday night were food
We are truly thankful to Drive for our New Friend- I
New Yearhoping that we will week after spending the will deliver the morning for the soul,with all the mem-
God for sparing our lives to ship. A very fine program grow strongly together in grace. holidays with their parents. message Plan now to bers expressing gratitude to
see another we realize has been planned for your en-
year He preached avery inspiring come out and hear this won- God for his mercies throughout -
that it was not our goodness, joyment. The president of the sermon taking his text from GRACE UNITED derful the
but His tender mercy that Male Chorus,Dec.A. J.Blakely the sixth of Matthew.We message. past year.
chapter
PRESBYTERIANRev. Remember our sick and Services on Sunday were
kept us. In this year, let us and all the members invites
are very happy to have shut-ins and pray for them t o attended by most of the mem-
make a new start. Let us be you to come out and be withus. W. F. Savoy, pastor
Mrs. Rolle back out with us grow more stronger this year bers, and music Was furnishedby
more loving to one another, Friday, January 27th, at 6895 NW 14th Avenue
again after being out becauseof than last and for a speedy choir No. 1 with Mrs.
more considerate,more friendlier 11 p.m. The church's bus will Etha
illness.On Our text for the Sunday recovery.
Finch at the organ.gaiters .
and closer
sympathic to
leave for Silver Springs in
last Monday evening a
morning is "Beholdthe Chapel is looking
message
one another. Let us pray that Ocala Fla.Also the Six Gun
party was given by the churchfor Lamb of God,That Taketh ZION HOPE forward to a prosperous and
God will strengthen and give Territory will return Saturday
the members of the Sunday
Away the Sins of the World successful year in the work
us more knowledge in the midnight. Donation: Adults out and Rev. P. Freeman, pastor
School. was
Everyone from the first under our new pastor.We wish
reading chapterof
New Year. $10. Children $5. sponsoredby had a wonderful time. Sis. E. Jackson, reporter
John. all a Happy New Year.
St.
On the fourth Sunday In the women of Group 2.
this month Macedonia will Let us remember to pray This Sunday evening at Services were spiritually Gail Powell, a junior stewardess -
church is
The getting a
observe Homecoming all day. for our sick and shutins.CHRISTIAN 7:30: p.m., we will have our high all day Sunday. Our pas of the church, was
roll. The
We are asking all former, new membership Candlelight Communion ser- tor preached out of his soul, home from Panama City for

prospective and intended Ma- pastor to register is asking with every your member dues-, HILLRev. vice for the Epiphany season. asking everybody to please, the holidays. We were glad
You will find both our morning attend prayer meeting. Let'sstart to her.
cedonians, and: our many visi- the idea also is to get new M. M. Williams, pastorWe see
and friends and evening services In- the New Year riitn.Don't Let us remember our sick
tors come on and correct addresses. Please bring greetings of the'
over to Macedonia the fourth do, your duty as a member. New Year with God's wordas spiring, ,and remember: You and forget to pray for the and shut-ins, and our men in
sick shut-ins.
Sunday in. this month Jan. 22, Pasties Aid union wit our foundation.Our are always welcome at Grace. the Armed Forces.

and spend our First Homecoming Pastor's Aid union will new Presiding Elder,

with us. We. have a convene Sunday at Friend- Rev. H. J. Benson delivered i

great ,day planned and there ship at 3 p.m. We are Inviting the evening message. It was

will be plenty to eat. our many friends to come withus very inspiring and full of

Men, don't forget Men's Friday and help our mem- spiritual food for our souls.

Day meeting Monday night af- bers on the building fund, as Thoughts of the messageby !

ter the Second Sunday, Jan. they are working so hard. the pastor, Rev. M., M.
9. Business of very vital im- We pay special mention to Williams.Mrs. .

portance. Remember Men's Sis. Minnie Teasly, one of, Vivian Smith is repor- j
Day Is. the fourth Sunday in our pidneer members who Is ter. AJrc1y j jj ji
February, Feb. 26. Deacon working so hard for the building '
Vandell Bovan is chairman. fund. We need your help., NOTICETo i

ST.- JOHN AME Our most popular auxiliary, all High Priests and !
of the year is the No. 2 Ushers Companions:
Rev. W. A. Curry, pastor Board, Dec. James Lewis is 'The Honorable Fred Alexander t

Sis. C. Willis, reporter president. You have done a 33rd degree, Grand tI

The Nightwatch services wonderful job. High Priest of the Most Ex- I
") and our first Sunday service Our deepest sympathy is cellent Union Grand Chapter

were very spiritual and highly extended to Sis. Essie Mc- Holy Arch Mason, of Florida !

with the best of services, Collum in the loss of her and Jurisdiction, Inc. (PHA) ,

with the pastor's sermon,1 husband. Our get well wishes will make his official visit to

'Iron'Shoes.'We were hon ored *;; to all of our sick members. Miami, Sunday, Jan. 8 at 2.30:

with the presence of our pas- Come to church, have your p.m. at the Masonic Temple,
tor's family and students faith lifted. located at NW 27th Ave. and s i 1 i'J 1

home from college for the 49th St. All departments of

holidays. Masonry,both male and female,,
There will be a spiritualtea FELLOWSHIPBy are invited to be present, and

given by the Laymen's on time.C. .
League on Jan. 13th at.sis. R. J. McGhaney

Beatrice Grant home, 14900 Purge me with hyssop, P. Bentley, Dist. Deputy

Harrison Street, Richmond and I shall be clean: Washme

Heights. and I shall be whiter than MT. CALYARY
Let us not forget our sick I
Psalms 51:7.
snow. 1140 NW 62nd
and shut-ins In our prayers. Street -
of the God
The spirit Rev. samuel Atchison, pastorAs
HURST CHAPEL through the Christ, is in all A.M. COHEN TEMPLE of a most beautiful Calendar ruses. A delicious repast
,
of His children. Christ said, this is the first second Tea where each month of the was served and everyone pre
(PERRINE) I am the vine and ye are the Sunday in 1967,a day set aside CHURCH OF GOD I IN year was represented by a sent expressed much delight \

Rev. W. J. Allen, pastor branches, therefore we can for the youth, you are urged CHRIST CALENDARTEA table displayed with a color- at what was seen and heard. '
Mrs. Jean Townsend, reporter do nothing without the spiritof to come out and help them put ful array of appropriate sea- Financially, the CalendarTea

Official board meeting will Christ. We live, move, and God's program over. Let our sonal decorations. This was, was a dramatic success.

be held on Wednesday night. have our being in His whole- support and encouragement be indeed, a beauty to behold. Total proceeds amounted to
All officers are asked to be ness. He lives\ In us, why our gift to them.Baptismal Sunday, Dec. 4, brought more than five hundred dol- ;
third i can't we live for Him. If we service will to a climax the efforts of the There were numerous lars. For each
present. The Sunday sPews guest registered :
will wash be held Sunday evening at 6 women of A.M. Cohen Temple guests in attendance. The /
Rally Day. AU membersare live for Him He us at the tea, the women of ;
Church of God in Christ to guests were entertained with
asked to participate. whiter than snow. Let's try p.m. All candidates are requested the church received credit
Dye and this, so until a later date, if to meet at the churchat boast their financial goals music by the A.M. .Cohen toward their quotas for the .
Brother Coney the God's will, thanks, and my 5:30 p.m. Won't you come for the second annual women'sDay. Temple and the Macedonia Annual Women's Day to be
Lula Price are on
sister
sick list. prayers for all of you. and witness this great event? .This event took the form Church of God in Christ cho- held on Sunday, February 26.




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9 HMHMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMnMMMHMMMM HMi M THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 6, 1967 15


Readers Speak Out Dr. Puryear to Install" Urban League OfficersDr.

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Royal W. Puryear, president everybody Is invited. Admission be offered by Rev. C. J. Bur-
of the 75-year-old is free. The nominatingslate ney of New providence Mir
Florida Memorial College, of officers consists of sionary Baptist Church.
.
fAY.I will officiate as Installation Mrs. Louis Olasser for president ,, .
Officer at the annual meeting ; senator Harry P. Cain, MT.. MORIA"
,, ./ of Greater Miami Urban Lea Mr. Leon Robinson, Mr. (PERRINE)
....
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I -" "", \ J George V. Crawford and Dr.
'... gun on Thursday evening,
.
I -r.--1 "" .-/ January 19th at the wolf son Gilbert Porter for vice presidents Rev w. C. Edcar, pastor
Mrs. Eugenia Mitchell, Ella B. Long reporterMt.
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Auditorium
in Temple Israel,
Letters to the EditorWhoever 137 NE 19th Street, Miami. K.Kw'wft secretary; and Mr. Stewart Mori ah Church wishes
The predominantly Negro col- Kohn, treasurer. you a Happy New Year, and
rkk Grand lege at present located in St. The guest speaker will be invites you to come and worship -
says.flLet's all go bay to Way", is Augustine, plans to move to Dr. Franklin Williams, dean with us.Members .
indubitably giving aid and comfort, to the enemy. Is this the Miami area and ground hA of University College. University of the women's
not treason? has already been broken on a jl % of Miami. Musical selections Home Mission invite you to at-
Those of you who patronize GrandWay, Grand',Union 47-acre site in Opa-locka. Jt will be by the Miami\ tend their Mission Day program
and Stevens, no doubt, 'participated in that unscrupulousgame hopes to be operating by January Jackson Senior High School January 22, and help
"CONFEDERATE PLAY MONEY", sponsored by 1968 with more than 600 Choral Group.Following. make it a great day.
students In a ,full fouryearliberal the awarding Sister M. Lango is home
Market last summer' the
totally unawate of
Stevens' Super
arts program, staffedby of door prizes, ther e will be a from the hispital.
,f meaning of the word CONFEDERATE. an interracial faculty. Dr. -.'.- I reception and refreshments.The We wish to thank the ladies -
Please? allow me to remind that the CONFEDERATES
you Puryear is an ordained minis 'Dr. R. W. invocation will be deli- who worked so beauti-
started the Civil War. A govenment known as the CO 'TF& ter who studied at Howard PuryearThe vered by Rev. William Fairfax fully with the children to
DERATE. was the original seven southern states that University and the University League's annual meeting Savoy of Grace Presbyterian bring such a Fine Christmas
seceded'' from the Union In 1860. After the Confederates of Michigan. Is open to the public and I I. Church. The benediction will program.SHELLS .
started the Civil War, four more southern state' seceded r.
from' the Union to join the Confederates.
The Confederate States led by Jefferson Davis from. r.rnt1'rIULl'la

Mississippi, advocated slavery, and, threatened to'ecede ..ll.lJami
from the Union if Abraham Lincoln Father of the Emancipation ,
Proclamation, who opposed slavery, was elected II, VA LUIL1STOINI
President of the United States of America CITY
Abraham Lincoln was elected President In 1860t The LOZINGES.37t

eleven, southern Confederate States'to secede' from the w aTRC \\1 I (MVX. NATURALLY AOED .
Un1an: ,hated in order were: South'Carolina, Mississippi, 0 S LARGEST ?v[ i3.m *! CHOICE :
Florida, ,Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, Texas, Virginia, N IY M'p
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Arkansas ,Tennessee and North Carolina. The'.Confede Ai
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determined to the South White VAUUt
rate States' were keep a K r
man's- country, and viewed slavery as a white supremacy ==r= XC1DRIMTAHITI

device.Slavery, was degrading to the'iNegro. He was deprivedof T-BOHE Or S- 5 4 14 IQi
of for oneself a
dignity and sense responsibility, caring PORTERHOUSE :;
and finding labor of one's choice. He was normally denied STEAK ____ Ri LhiY
and education. The slave system bolstered the dangerous _
theoryof: biological race superiority.It PR 1 CE FLAT BONESIRLOIN PIN SONS PARK 1/. VAUUt OAVI1
appears evident that Stevens Super Market and Associates STEAK SIRLOIN STIAK LAVACOLRUBIINO
(Some Equal Opportunity Employers are re-
organizing the Confederates in order to keep the Negro in ;, flO 1! ;;;: ALCOHOL
f'd run cur
his place.Do '
you also patronize the K. K. K. -F.F.F. Chain? _ ROUND STEAK" :k 29 t tcvy

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There has been considerable speculation and discussion L PORK ROAST u. 5 9 y DJlfll.mJm: IIDIII

recently In and out of the press about activities of Representative -' f ::::!:R.ciS u.JII CHOCOLATE
Adam Clayton Powell of New York and what ac- ROAST Mir LIMON BOSTON
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tion the Congress will take. I have also received several ,oNCLt/. LIAM KMMOI STYLI CREAM PIE
CEDAR FARM u. 79" .9R.
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press and other media Inquiries concerning my positionon SMOKED DAiNTID SUCID PASTRAMI
the t 6LICIDBACON 59 C lIA'lHaMII: ,& ALL
same subjectI HOMI MAO
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ROLL BAUBAOI .. 39t POTATO SALAD; 'a 29t 3 9DlDDUItIU.

felt that each of you also should know my thinkingon .. -OUm mulDU1II1ImDJllamml) : .
this case. Representative Powell's citation for civil and ,
criminal contempt of court indicates a wilfull and flagrant DIAMONDALUMINUM "'LULL RUBBER LEATHER.ADIII'' 22 GAL. PLASTIC

disregard for law and the legal process. Therefore, he t HIlL TRASH CANS
should not sit as a lawmaker. I AND 419 urn
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Furthermore, recent Congressional hearings point to 1 LID MILLING PRVINT/,

other abuses indicating that Mr. Powell should not serveas 19 ..... ......................... us..aas..as..srssnsr
a Committee Chairman. It is regrettable that some indi- .
viduals and groups stated that any action to censure Mr. I! "KAUTtPUI. ASSORTED CIIILIIa HARD HEADS M

Powell is based solely on his race or color. I want to as- ,. 1 GLADS _ICEBERG_
sure you that my decision is being made without regardto 1* OZ. BTl. r po.
race, color, religion or other Irrelevant factor MEN I "I.n Ol"om 6 ;tWvTr i1. : .. ... .UNC" LETTUCE
Furthermore, I sincerely regret that Mr. Powell's actions 'r :'
of review and action by SOFT DRINKS .
have raised the serious question r f fe.
the Congress. But now that this has happened, we must )tl ,'f,.' ,."" 33" HUD LA.ec 10
forthrightly face the Issue. Accordingly I will vote to bar : \ ROYAL .. --=:
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Representative Powell from his seat in the Congress and as % \ ASSORTED fLAVOU 'PN s&., ,i4f t RMEST PRODS LOWEST PMCSi R
and Labor. -
Chairman of the Committee on Education GELATIN Urw
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Sincerely, POiz i: imiis i

DANTE B. FASCELL _
Member of Congress N BEANS ... rr


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Sneed, pastor
MISSIONARY6601NW Rev.Marie F.Childs E. reporter :... .............. .. .....ssa .s.assss.a..ss.assssss..U'
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24th Court :: :
Rev. T. R. Harrison, Minister "So built we the wall work": For 0 BLUEBIRD .Oiai R, 25''
the people had a mind to UNIWlmNID CAN
Lenea Williams, reporter Nehemiah 4:6.The sermon delivered I y SALTINES oK.
The church will start a by R v. J. M. Askewof GRAPEFRUIT JUICE
week of dedication of service Mt. Pleasant AME,N. Holly _illliJ
each evening and will begin wood, was the_highlight of .
with the induction service led the Presiding Elders Council
by the Full Gospel Fellowship of the North Miami District, ESLRECK
Church, 3:30 p.m. January 8. held in Ft. Layderdale. St. J _+ MEAL ee d4O
Rev.. A nthony'nlnister. James was well representedby WITS
Many other great features the members,in the abaence > Jo>
6:30 p.m. in the youth hour. of our pastor who is a patientin IIIDCHIIM OT .
Mrs. Willie Mae Ceasor I. the Cedars of Lebanon APPLE JUICE .r':'" :
one of our instructor from Hospital we are asking your I IIHOIITI"'O
Miami Beach. prayers lor. speedy recoveryfor OZ. JAR 75 SNOWDRIFT 3 V qR 23'I\
him. Let us pray for all
Rev. Clyde Judson and his the ick. INSTANT COFFEE UI TREMD SNISCAFI r-.r-'u
very fine congregation will Yon are invited to attend MAIN[ .
,
have charge of our regular the social activities of the OIL laRU c.8 'I,

evening: services. January-ites, saturday night rR_. .. 10fT-WIVI ._n eB RAINEDT
The public is invited to January 7th at the home of Mr. ""
share with us all the week un- and Mrs. John Dean, 836 NW jBATHROOM TISSUE = .BABY FOOD
til next Sunday evening will --

close a week of worship. 63rd Street. \I ROLL: JUKE .25C ., .Y 1. 1
8 $1 $1
Brother all friends Eddie smart to come la inviting to- TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO "O/FRau, or. in.Our ;- ; 4y/}

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SAN ANTONIO Airman SAN ANTONIO Airman
Harold 0. Byrd, son of Mrs. Robert Mays, formerly of
Eva M. Barnes of 5940 NW Homestead, Fla., has been
21st Ave., has been selected selected for training at Sheppard 4
for training at Lackland AFB, AFB, Tex., as an Air 1 ?
Tex., as an Air Force air Force missile equipment re- r
policeman.The pairman.
airman, a 1964 graduate The airman, a 1966 graduate -
of Miami Northwestern of Mays JuniorseniorHigh
High School, recently completed School, Goulds, Fla.,
basic training atLackland. recently completed basio

Junior He College.attended Miami-Dade training ft Lackland AFB,
Tex.
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THREE MAYS GRADS ENLIST
AT CUTLER RIDGE Wintertime Is adventuretime, and genuine friendliness Mitchell, travelling representative, for the California Wine

Three 1966 graduates of Mays is established easily in a rustic Bavarian type Institute and Wade discuss the challenge and fun involved /

Senior High School have enlisted chalet after skiing, especially when California wines, in ,skiing with their new-fovrd friends, the Melvin
in the Air
the month of December Force during, according and snacks can be enjoyed before a warm fireplace. Johnsons. This picture of pleasant relaxation was snapped -

to Recruitingofficiala Lavergne Gill Moman, left, voted one of the best dressed in Wisconsin on the opening day for skiers at Alpine

at Cutler Ridge. Choosing women In Chicago recently, joins her husband at the $ki Resort. ,Pleased with their ski spree, Lavergneand
training in the Mechanical
fireplace she Cortella plan, to return often to the swank, lodge in
aptitude area were Arnold T. as removes her ski boots, while Carre//o Elkhom.
McKay, son of Mr. and Mrs. ,
Owen K. McKay, 869 SW 7th MRS. HAZEL DAVIS Kenneth John.onof Washing -
St., Homestead; and Johnny ton, D. C. Mr. and Mrs. Rodney r bw P. t+NC Rwtrwr i7a.awprrw''?fptmA+, ''_sf
C. Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs. ENTERTAINSMrs. Williams Lawrenceville,
10027 SW 170th Terrace Per- Va. and Mr. and Mrs. "
Hazel M. Davis was Moses .f i b ,wNM if v VT, S J a+t's't 1
rine. Enlisted in the general cheerfully greeted by many of Walker (Sophoria Tolbert) of r \BW, ,I.lower" 'gala ttd' +! H'" tt
career area was Oscar D. Wil- her former students when she Philadelphia, Pa. } IMMEDIATE: Mtttt" "FIUNGJBrlnc '111(11"(,;
liams, 537 SW 7th Ave.Home- entertained for her and Dr. Davis who is with the
son ad to our office and receive a fr.. gift '
stead. Sergeants Dick Shafferand his wife; Captain and Mrs. United States Air Force will j

Louis H. Nickerson of Jerry N. Davis, who have leave Miami on Dec. 30 en- C A: ,tlit'D,.!, Goodman! ,and'Soo: 'hra ,, 1'1/;I'",
SAN ANTONIO Airman the Cutler Ridge Air Force recently returned to the states route to Chanute Air Force "' ":'tlr
MIn. '
Johnnie L. Hall, son of Mr. Recruiting Office in the CUt- from the Phillipine Islands, Base in Rantoul, Illinois. He uranc Roal, Eer..ti Moti,.,, ...,/ ,
and Mrs. Willie B. Hall of ler Ridge Arcade, invite all Clark AFB.A will be joined later by his Buainou member All Peo"l. D mocraiJ Club\
1812 NW 73rd St., Miami, has interested young men to stop gala evening was spent wife the former Alva Smith, 2688 NW 62nd Sreet OX l>0380lSAMPSON'S
been selected for training at, in and find out how they can by friends renewing old acquaintances and little daughter, Kim. i ,' IU:
F Sheppard AFB, Tex., as an serve their, country as members in surroundings
Air Force printing specialist.The of the Aerospace Team.' filled with holiday spirit. ,
airman, a 1966 graduate Their phone number is 235- Among the out of town guests : ;r'1'
of Miami Northwestern 5874. present were Mr. and Mrs. ::.;,
r MARKET
ysa;
High School, recently completed ; fWq
basic training at Lack tiHl l u :'
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land AFB, Tex. NEWS FROM IH AND .'/ ,466 NW 62 ST. 'I"!t \' ,,,

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Airman Lee Robinson
Henry -
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,, Jr.son of of 1137 Mr. Lonnie NW 58th Robinson Terr. AROUND THIS QAHA'MASThe rm' Diuvm Frj* & Sot. -. Open tH. ,9tp.njj, :

entered the U.S. Air Force on ; : :,; Sun. & Mon. Open',till2. Noon]
Jan. 4. He will go to Texas jI'H'i: / '' '
i for his basic training and then
E will be assigned in the general- ALL 13 ITEMS
field, the field he selected political pot is boiling Eight Mile Rock, Grand Ba-
before his over as the general elec- hama. The will
enlistment. Airman projects costa
Robinson was a 63 graduate tion on Jan. 10 looms insight.I quarter million dollars and BUTTER BALLSPECIAL ; ,
of North Dade High and ;As of Dec. 9, there were 94 will be built by the Grand w
also attended Miami-Dade Jr. .candidates running for the 33 Bahama Port Authority. The ,? 1 966
College. Airman Robinson is i seats in the House of Assem- school will have facilitiesfor '
married to the former Norma bly. The United Bahamian 600 pupils. r t
4
Justice of Miami. Party (UBP), Progressive
Liberal Party(PLP), National
Democratic Party NDP) and j I -- Tender
the Independents are all "kicking I.
up (sand, please) in' the CarverRanches
2LbsPOrkChops 2
Activitiesat campaign. will be a woman- Beef Liver
less election as all the can-
didates are men. I
Carver Brisket Meaty

The fair sponsored by the News

Public School at Whymms 2 Stew Beef 3LbNeck Bones
YMCA Bight, Eleuthera recently, &y Welter Bow
was quite
a success. Organized -
Carver Branch YMCA, by Principal E. K. Star Light Lodge No. 542' Lbs. Fresh
entertained 300 children Minnis,the attractions included meets A
and Friday night, Jan. 6 at
young adults at its annual straw-work,needleworkand the Masonic Temple on Pembroke Lbs. Ground BeefLbs.
Christmas party. cookery. A number of people Road. All members ,
.oj The Carver Branch YMCA from other settlements and a please be present.
sponsored its annual Christmas few from Nassau were in at-

Party on Dec. 22, for Y tendance. The purpose was The Carver Ranches Fire 3 Chicken Wings
members and neighborhood to raise funds to purchase a Department meets each Monday :
children. Christmas gifts in piano for the school but the at the Fire Hall on 44th
the form of stockings were amount raised was more than Ave. and 21st st. Members are
given to three hundred or mon enough. urged to be present.
children and young adults. Smoked
The colorful and exciting Among the plans that the Sgt. Leonard Stracl.a/i, son
affair was a tremendous suc- Ministry of Works has under Mr. and Mrs. James Strachan 2
cess.The children sang Christmas consideration for 1967, is of West Hollywood, was here Box ausage
carols and the Creative one to four-lane West Bay from Washington during the
Gold
Dance group gave some Inter- Street. The project is to start holidays, visiting hisrelativesand Loaves of rrs Seal '
pretive dances of the yule tide. just west of the Bahamian friends., !
The Arts &: Crafts class, Club and will extend to Dela- ( 2 .gBread; 3pkgS.Franks
under the supervision of Mr. porte. Mrs. Ruth, (Bullard) Nunn
Walter Mitchell, along with and her husband, Arlington I'
the service workers: Thelma The death of 35yearoldIris Nunn of Clearwater, Fla., are Pillsbury Buttermilk, Fresh Fla. Gr. A. 4
Hilton, George Shipman, Ja- Roberts on Dec. 6th visitingher mother and father,
nice Teams, Miss Ethel Smith brings the traffic death in th e Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Bullard 4cansBiscuifs 3 Do.
from Project ENABLE, also Bahamas this year to an all- of West Hollywood They Eggs ,
a young Air Forceman from time high of 5 -with almosta brought along their two
Tampa who is visltingfriends month to go.New Providencehas month-old daughter.The .
and relatives helped decoratethe had 30 traffic fatalitiesand Long Grain A.G. I
"Y" and assisted with the Out Islands have reported VFW post No. 8195 .
the party. 20. The woman was had its New Year's party Sa- Sk gRice 1 Lb.Oleo' :
The staff and Carver knocked down by a hit and turday night, Dec. 3'1 and the ,
Board of Management are run driver. Charmettes Club' of Kalian- I )
deeply grateful to the many dale and West Hollywood
friends and donars for their Plans are underway for joined the veterans and hada
contributions to making the the construction of a government successful New Year's cele- 0
party a success. school and clinic at bration.


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 6, 1967 17



Spearing with......... Taylor, Boozer, Kelly, Cornish Win I



Golimore-Farrington Awards

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19 IMTTmtUllKHi i Pa. -- performers in each league Two Intercollegiate stars "lineman of the year
'BY HARRY (Special) .. Four of the na who played undergraduate and Tennessee State University honors", earned a starting
SPEAR tion's top professional foot- football at a predominantlyNegro Nashville, will also defensive role with the Bears,
ball players and 11 of the : school share the spotlight. Klridge and ranked as one of the
BALTIMORE COLTS VS PHILADELPHIA EAGLES best performers in the inter- Karrington, an under Dickey, TSU'g brilliant top first-year linemen in the
collegiate ranks during the graduate star at Prairie View quarterback, will be cited as tough NFL. For his out-
This Sunday, Jan 8th, pro football game playoff 1966 gridiron season will and Willie Galimore; an all. "back-of-the-year" and standing record,'the former
between the Orioles and Eagles at the Orange Bowl share the spotlight at the time great at Florida A and Morgan's tackle Willie Lanier Grambling great is being
will be t he last game of the season in Miami,therefore, third annual Koyal Crown M, were killed In an auto ac- as "lineman-of-the cited as the rookie NFL
take this opportunity, and attend this game. I don't Cola Co. -. New Pittsburgh cident during the summer of year". The TSU Tigers will winner for the Galimore-
! have to mention the names of all the stars playing in Courier All-American Ban- 1964 the year followingtheir be honored as the I960 na- Farrington award.
here quet which will be held Friday playing key roles In tional champions, havingwon Taylor, who played undergraduate -
the game, but are a few of them all time
,
i great
evening, January 6 at pacing the Chicago Bears to the crown two consecu- football at
quarterback, Johnny Unitas, Lenny Moore, Jimmy Orr the Pittsburgh Hilton Hotel. the NFL title. tive years under guidance Prairie View on Coach Bille
and numerous others. Reservations for tickets for this Otis Taylor of the Western Karl: Banks of Morgan of Coach John Merritt who Nick's national championship -
game, call Orange Bowl 371-4918 or University of Division Champion Kansas State College, Baltimore, In '65 was named as the top club, earned All
Miami ticket office 377-2745, this game should be a City Chiefs and Kmmerson: who has just guided his teamto mentor. Pro flrsMenm honors ,.t hU
whale of a game. It could turn out to be as great as the Boozer of the New York Jets its second consecutive Undefeated Bob Hayes, the Dallas split end post. He caught 58
Cowboys and Packers game, action right down to the of the AF L's Eastern Division season In picking up I Cowboys All-Pro split end passes for 1297 yards for a
wire to the. ,last minute, those who saw,the game on TV ; Leroy Kelly of the 18 wins, has been named who is a member of the Royal 22.4 average and good for
Cleveland Browns and "c 0 a c h-or-t he-year". The eight touchdowns. The
Crown Cola Co. sales and
with this
will agree me, game can turn out to be one of
Frank Cornish of the Chi- former University of Iowa marketing team, will be offi- Chiefs coach, Hank Stram,
of the football
the greats season, once again let's turn cago Bears of the National All-American is now in his cial banquet host. Speakerfor AFL "coach.oC-th e-year", '
out, and let the world know Miami is a great football Football League,have been seventh season with the Morgan the occasion will be Dr. ranks Taylor as the best
city. named recipients of the cov- State Bears and currently Haywood Campbell, head, split end in the loop.
eted Willie Gallmore -John holds the longest winning Boozer, two-timer Cour-
Ampoule Pilot Plant, Eli Lil-
OFF AHD RUNNING AT FLAGLERA Farrington Memorial streak In the Central Inter- ly and COo, Indianapolis. He ier All-American, ended the

field of 32 distance runners headed by Les Cole's Awards presented annuallyto collegiate Athletic Con- Is a former Southern Uni- season as one of the most
of the two veteran and rookieLooking ference posted since 1938. football who dangerous runners in the
veteran pair Terry Stroemer and In Memory, will go versity star
the Jan. In the went to Ph.D. de- AFL, after seeing little action -
to post Saturday ( 7) first round of Flagler on earn a
Kennel Club's $5,000 Marathon Championship.Terry gree in biochemistry at the in early mid-season
Stroemer the State of Iowa. play. lie finished in the number
won Flagler Derby last spring and University
previously had captured the Biscayne and Pensacolamarathon the Mal Goode, the Internation- 10 rushing spot on the
In known United Nations basis of 455 yards In97 car
championships. Memory was the winner of the ally
Fall Inaugural at Flagler In 1965 when the event was run staffer for ABC-T will be ries for an average of 4.7
yards per try and five touch-
over the 7/16ths mile course. SPORTSWORLD toastmaster.
Named to the Courier's downs.
Other standouts in the strong field Include George Ful- 42nd annual AllAmericanteam Dickey, a junior at Ten-
ton's Nopal Star, winner of the Tex, Rickard Memorialat for '66 are the following nessee State, made the All-
Miami Beach; Arch DeGeer's Mohawk Maid, winner of players ends, Harold American team as a sopho-
two Queen's Crowns and the Fawn Warrior Memorial at Jackson, Jackson State Col- more in '65. lie has been
Portland, Oregon; Burl Eidson's Miami Beach marathon lege, Jackson, Miss.; John picked as the first Negro
champion, Rebel Road, and Happy Stute' Pitchy, winnerof BY LEO ARMBRISTER Over Eason, Florida A and M quarterback who in all
the Gold Collar Classic at the Beach. University,Tallahassee, Fla. probability "will make It"
The entire field of 32 entries will get into action in four tackles, Elvin Bethea, North in professional football In
separate races over the 7/16ths mile marathon course EVENTS AND PREDICTIONS OF '67 Carolina A & T College, quldlng the Tigers to their
Saturday night. The first four finishers In each divisionwill second consecutive nationaltitle
advance to the semifinals to be run the following Looking back over the events of the closing year Tape 2 ad Taylor Boozer he threw 210 times in
Saturday (Jan. 14). of fans Kelly Cornish etc. story 10 games for 106 comple-
66 fair of
sports can get a picture things to
Claude
Finals in the event will be held on Jan. 21st, with com- come in '67. Greensboro, N C.; tions good for 24 touch-
International Humphrey, Tennessee A& I downs 1863
In the Seventh Annual $80,000 on yards.
petition It is thft sincere wish "Looking the WorldOver"
Sports State University, Nashville;
the week after that- on Jan. 28th. LanIer was selected by
Classic to get underway
that all
adventures into the world of sports, be it
guards Willie Lanier, Morgan
stakes CIAA coaches 'theloop's
These are the first two of half a dozen Flagler the as
as participant or spectator will be most favorable to
State College, Baltimore -
Stakes
of "most valuable
overall value $130,000. player" -
events carrying an
all faithful readers of these lines.It .
races will be featured at least one night, and usually two Md.; Norman Davis, He also won the"most
is not the duty of this column t.O delve into the Grambling College, Gram-
Flaglermeeting
or three nights, each week throughout,the J 105-night outstanding performer
_
"
with marathon events being run virtually every "mystics'of the future, but it is difficult to resist the bUng, La; center, Pete award" in the TangerineBowl
nightThe temptation of jotting down a few of the ocurances twill Barnes, Southern Univer- which the Bears won
track's offering of the $3 Perfecta as well as the thrill the hearts of fans near and far. sity, Baton Rouge, La.; 146.Each
Twin Double has proved extremely popular with fans One of the most universal of all events will come quarterback, Bridge Dick- of the All-American
since the Flagler opening last Tuesday. The Twin 1 is on to Miami this year when the American Bowling Con ey, Tennessee State; halfbacks honorees will be given
the 6th, 7th, 8th and 9th races, with the Perfecta on the gress will hold its annual meet here. Willie Ellison, Texas awards by Royal Crown
9th, 10th, llth and 12th. Bowlers from every corner of the globe will con- Sputhern University, Houston Cola Co. They will receive
Charlie Williams, Arkansas .
; designed personalIzed -
specially
verge on Miami to make this a mecca of bowling never AM&N college, Pine
watches tailored
gift
;
ORANGE BOWL HANDICAP before experienced anywhere.The Bluff, Ark.; and fullback, Bill blazers with an All-American,
Doral Open Golf Tournament will be boosted Tucker, Tennessee State.Barnes emblem custom crafted tro-
Tropical Park winds up' its semi final week with the $20,000 this year and will not be dominated by the big and Dickey are the phies and; certificates signedby
eighth running of the $20,000 added Orange Bowl Handicap two, Palmer and Nicklaus. only repeaters from the 1965 William; E. Uzzell, presi-
Saturday, January 7. The mile and a sixteenth contest Mays High School will be phased out thereby losing dent of Royal Crown Cola
for three-year-olds and older is the last major prep for the the prestige of being the power of Negro football. team.Kelly, a former Morgan Co., and Bill Nunn, Jr.,
$50,000 added Tropical Park Handicap programmedfor The University of Miami having tasted the sweetof State College star, 'was Courier managing editor.
closing day, January 16. success will be hard to hold back from more of the named to the NFL's. All Pro
The Orange Bowl Handicap will rematch at different first team, following a great
weights the close decisions of both the City of Miami same.The Miami Dolphins will be a respected team in 'season for the Browns. lIe
Handicap run early in December and the Christmas HandI- the AFL and will obtain a dependable quarterback to just missed the rushing title, OUR
cap. In the former race Fathers Image, the $1-million help maintain that respect. finishing second to Gale
syndication horse, defeated Pollux and Naughty Jester ina Sayers of the Bears. Kelly
three-way photo finish. Two weeks later it was a four- Negro athletes will be in greater demand by all wound up with 1141 yardson CLASSIFIEDADS
way photo finish in the Christmas Handicap with Naughty schools, therefore the mass concentration of Negroesto 209 attempts for an av-
Jester ekingout a narrow' victory over Fathers Image, a particular school will diminish the long enjoyed erage of 5.5 per try and 15
Steel Pike, and Come On 2nd. superiorty of many schools. touchdowns. The latter was
Second choice in the Christmas Handicap was Mrs. Fishing clubs now being formed will be a constant tops for a back. Ills longestTD
Ethel D. Jacobs' Exhibitionist. The HIrsch Jacobs trained source of information to readers through this column. gallop was a 70-yarder.
colt was forced wide at the crucial moment and despite The always popular North-South Tournament an d His 96 points ranked him IRING RESULTS
bad racing luck was only a couple lengths off winning the UGA will crowd themselves into the year 1967 in seventh in league scoring.
the winner's share of the purse. Cornish, a 1965 Courier
welcome both.
Last year Hirsch Jacobs won the Christmas Handicapwith Miami-we All-American who also took
Turn To Reason and the Tropical Park Handicap,
with the same horse. Jacobs was Exhibitionist ready for ATTENTION
both races and the speedy Flag Raiser as a possible entry- TEACHERS AND

mate.Distance racing will be emphasized during the final INTERESTEDPERSONSPERSONS
weeks of what is now the most successful meeting In, Tropical ''LULl

Park's 36 year history. Racing secretary Tom Engel- Course in Negro Historyto
man plans to card a majority of distance races and manyof begin Thursday, Jan. 12,
the popular mile and one quarter and mile and one half at 6 p.m. til 9 p.m. at BookerT. w
events. Washington High School. w .iry i $
Cost, $42.00; Instructor: Dr.
BEAU JACKS OWN STORYI Neyland. This course is offered
had the pleasure of interviewing Beau Jack atthe through the Branch of
Fontainebleau where he shines shoes for a living.He in- Continuing Education at. Florida "
Y
forms me that he makes more money now, than when,he Cliff A&M Matthews University.at BTW Call ; 967
boxed for a living. The reason for this is he handles his FR 72536.

own money. Beau Jack was one of the greatest drawing OPENING

i cards of all times. and twice former lightweight champion EAST COAST TAILORS

, of the world, had 128 fights, he boxed before the Headquarters for the TUESDAY
largest crowd in Madison Square Garden. He also went'on pE
a bond tour and raised $35,864,900 in 1945. Beau Well Dressed Man CT4,
3
' has 10 children. For the championship he boxed Tippy Alteration ondR.mo Larkin once and Bob Montgomery twice. FAST SERVICE : ooUeLo

)' Shouldn't your tailor b.
A EAST COAST

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18 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 6, 1967


SiMms Named



+ CRB Deputy



Directorcontinued /


( from page 1)

As former Director of the f7t
local Small Business Deve-

a lopment Center, a federally-
funded anti-poverty program, ''tC
Stems developed and super ? '
viaed $275.000 in loans to
businessmen in low income ,,
1'F ; I
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1 and minority-group areas. One F
important aspect of the Cen tltt ,
ter's operation was to assist
small entrepreneurs not only
withloansbut also with mana-
gerial counsel. Training classes -
I for this purpose were
established in cooperationwith
the public school system
and Associated Grocers. The (
Center recruited a counseling w ,I
force of 41 retired and active

NEW YORK The Toys, ed through their manager, Wilmington, North Carolina successful businessmen to
whose history-making rec- Vince Marc. An importantpart on October 1, 1944 but assist in the program. .

ord of"A over's Concerto" of the negotiation was was raised and attended The new CRB Deputy has
catapulted the trio Into the the placement of producer- school in Jamaica, N Y. also served in a number of I
major ranks of recordingstars arranger, Alan Lorber, to where she won a Best Dress- advisory and consultant po- I
have signed an exclu- mastermind their Mercury ed high school award in sitions: on the Dade County
sive recording contract with recording sessions. Their 1962. Barbara Harris saw Intergroup Advisory Committee THE HUMANE SIDE OF THE VIETNAMESE WAR-
Mercury label. first record will be released the light of day In Elizabeth to the Superintendent of Engineman/ 3/c Robert Sands, whose hands are toughened -
early in 1967 on Mercury.It City, Nprth Carolina, on Schools and on the Desegregation with rugged'work on board the Coast Guard CutterPOINT
Staff of the
Charles Fach, Vice President 18 1945 and also Advisory first
August CLOVER Viet Nam, caressingly opplies
University of Miami, where he
' and Director of Recorded came up Christmas for was raised and attended helped establish plans for the aid to the inured; hand of a child on Tamassou Islandin
; Product, announced the The Toys between July and school in Jamaica, N. Y.
Dade-Broward County Workshop the Gulf of Thailand. Sands is a native of Everett,
signing which was negotiat- November, 1965. During where her high school on Desegregation lie is Pa.
--- that three-month span, three. awards Included one as Best in wide demand as speakerand
young ladles named Bar Dancer in 1963. June, the consultant In the fieldof His vessel is one of the nine 82-footers based at
bara Parrott, Barbara Harris youngest, was born in Jamaica human relations throughout Phu Quoc that comprise Division 71 of Coast Guard
HOME and June Monteiro N. Y. on July 1, the state of Florida.In ,
3 BEDROOM who had Squadron One. Each vessel has adopted one' of the
never performed 1946. IIer high school his
new post, Simms
SMALL DOWN PAYMENT as a unit previously start- award? Track! will be in charge of the Com tIN/ many small islands dotting the Gulf of Thailand

ed their own IIoratio Algerbit This trio of talented and munity Relations Division of carrying out missions of Goodwill and mercy to the
Open House Sunday backed by a bit ofa Bach determined songbirds didn't the CRB, with special responsibilities needy natives. During one of their two free days bet-

No qualifying, no doling' exerdse they hadn't heard even meet until several in the fields of ween "Market Time" patrols lasting five days, the cut-
cost, straight first mart since their public school! months prior to banding together education and employment. ters with their crews visit these remote villages armed
in
music classes. Sissel, commenting on the
gage' Deputy Director's job, said, with soap, merthiolate, gauze, school supplies and
3615'W 214th Street The tinsel on their show The Toys have a simple "He will be my alter ego, other t/ieVuf items which the natives normally do not
business tree began to formula for their jet- authorized to speak and act have access to.life's.
ROSENBERG: UN 6-9798 spar.kie
1 when they marched into propelled success: "Work, in my place if I am for any
1 Determination and More reason indisposed or unavail
J13 personal manager Vince
Work abl e."
!
Marc's office and asked to
I sing., He agreed, he heard, They, know that Christ- Simms earned his B.S. de-
he signed them and he recorded mas doesn't come often with- gree from Xavier Universityin Best BuysOPEN
them out these ingredients. New Orleans and had 'additional -
3 BEDROOMNEW graduate work at New
HOME York University, Tuskegee
Their initial disc the
Institute, and the Universityof SUNDAY
SMALL DOWN first they made as a team -
Miami. He served in thoU.S.
PAYMENT lit up the music charts like a RICHMOND HEIGHTS BARGAINLike
the
Army during Korean
4' CHURCH
; No qualifying, no clot Christmas tree. It made 1965 conflict, and presents' resides new 3 bedroom CBS at 14960 Jackson St.
ing cost, straight first history in the music world.It FOR RENT with his wife Aubreyand Tile roof, awning windows, freshly painted In*
"A over's Concerto"
mortgage. was two children at 4125 NW side. and
out. FHA bargain at $10,700 with $350
a million-record seller 10th Avenue.
Can seat 150 people. Cen-
3615 NW 214th StreetROSENBERG which be down, $66.39 month. Seller pays all costs.
even as you may trally located. Ideal quiet Vacant.
reading this, continues to facilities. ...
Parking
area.
UN 6-9798 sell. .,
J 1 13 Reasonable rent. TELL OURADVERTISERS BUNCHE PARK BARGAIN
1 Barbara Parrott, eldest of
the threesome, was born in SHELL REALTY Like new CBS at 15620 NW 26th Ave. Large Fla,

{ YOU SAW IT IN THE room, large yard, freshly painted inside and out,
t 758.5551 1 block from 27th Ave. and shopping.. FHA bar-
I TIMES gain at $9,000 with $300 down, $55.80 month

BEAUTIFUL ARCOLA LAKE and seller pays all closing' costs Vacant.



Open 1.6 Saturday and Sunday 15100 NW 26 AVENUE
.1i 1li1Tlw _
,f//I8343" NW 12th',Avenue MYS Bunch. Park Bargain, CBS, freshly painted inside -
and out, awning windows, large near yard,
$16,000 FHA Terms BEAUTIFUL CBS,3 BEDROOM. Fla room, din- 1 block from 27th Ave. and shopping. Price only

Also"'23 bedroom, 2 bath home ing room, utility room, garage, appliances, W/W $8,500 with $300 down. $52.60 month and seller_

carpeting, $600 down, $16,000 total. pays closing costs, Vacant, we have keys

CLARK-GRELLNER, REALTORS MU 8-0531 2 BEDROOM, CBS BEAUTY.> room, screened 2035 NW 93 STREET

porch, dining room, carport, appliances $400 Beautiful 3 bedroom CBS, corner, tile roof, separate
down, $12,000 FHA. garage, wall to wall fenced,
awnings, Fla room, large kitchen, modern appliances -
NICE 3 BEDROOM CBS on large lot. $300 down. kiddie's pool. This is a large house with
Ford Real Estate SpecialsOPEN $11,700 total. ,We have key all large rooitu-on 2 lots. Price $16,000, $600 \
down, $98 month. Seller pays all costs) Vacant. '

SATURDAY AND SUNDAYWE NO QUALI FYING, 3 BEDROOM CBS Large 1945 NW 90 STREET

ARRANGE ALL FINANCING Fla room total., dining Reasonable room, carport down.and garage. Only 3 bedroom CBS, floors, newly rofinished, freshly

2 bedroom $12,000 painted, open front porch, jalousie' windows,
((1)) 9230 NW 16th AVE. CBS home.
large yard. Price $12,000 with $400 down and
GORGEOUS 2 BEDROOM, 2 BATH CBS, Fla $74.4I month. Vacant We have
((2)) 235 NW 48th ST. .$200 down, $77 month. room, dining room, carpott, fenced. No qualify' keys.
:i ',,: ing, $1,000 down. $80 month :9946 NW 24 AVENUE

((3)) 329 ,NW 40th ST. $200 down. $22 week. Luxurious corner CBS, flat tile roof, Fla room,

3 bedroom, 2 bath home,:. $500 DOWN $15 MO. No qualifying, 3 bedroom, garage, awnings, large fenced yard, gas heat. A
t ,:' ." 3 both, enclos.d porch, 2 kitchens appliances better home at $13,000 FHA with $400 down 'and
((4)) 950 HW 51 ST. $500 down. $26 week. Can be used as 2 bedroom, 2 both and 1.bedroom $80 month and seller pays all costs.
.,",}':'..,"'j,' :;,*":t and 1 bath. Only $8,500 total. ,
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((5)) 2645 .NW. : 60 ST, ,$300 down, $22 week STREETTile
i;;I:*. f II .. DUPLEX CBS DUPLEX. No qualifying; 2',bed. roof, extra large Ftc( room, stove, refrigerator.

((6)) 2192' NW .92 ST. Duplex. $700 down room apt. and 1 bedroom apt. Large kitthens, House will be painted to suit buyer. FHAprice
'appliances. 1 apt..furn, $13,800 total. Reasonable $11,500 with $350 down and $65.11 month.

((7)) 774 Nw 70 ST. 3 bedroom, CBS home. $300 ,down, : Pass by and call us to Inspect Interior.

downy.:$25 wtek.X ; t WE HAVE MANY
MORE
: :; ALL CASH $6,900, CBS DOLL HOUSE. Large HOMES
((8)) 1324 >NW,+58 TERR. 4 bedroom house. $300 bedroom, Fla room,' patio, fishing pond, fenced YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR
$100 DOWN |IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING
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WE HAVE MANY OTHERS
1902 51st TERR. 3 bedroom WE HAVE INCOME PROPERTIES TOOl
((9)) NW Large '$100DOWN FOR VETS & DISPLACED PERSONS ,
hO "j $250 down. $25 week.


((10)) 3040 NW 56th St.1 bedroom house. $18 wk. ;'SHELL .REALTY" Life Realty Broker


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1451 NW 92nd Street qualifying, no qualifying 2 rooms garage apt. furn. Man
NO QUALIFYING. Gorgeous 4 bedroom, 1 bath, new pamt- only with good references and
2 bedroom, Fla room, carport, refinished! move right in. See no children. Includes light,
fenced yard, low, low, lowdown at 2237 NW 50th St. Low gas, water, $17.50 per week.
89.00 month ,pays down payment. Call broker 826 NW 56th gt.
everything-don't wait. Aetna Martin M. Berney, 6246983. ---
Realty, Broker, 811 NW 54th ---- 2 bedroom duplex.. (no child-
St. 757-5724. Open 7 days. No qualifying, no qualifying. ren) Phone 374-7535 or NE.
2 bedroom, 1 bath,CBS, refini- 4-0037. r
3'i Bedroom-FHA; : : 11000.00 shed, beautiful lot, excellent

1335 NW 84th Terr. CBS, seller location, 2530 NW 82nd St. 2 rooms. $12 per week. Nice
pays all closing! costs, Call Broker right now.Martin and clean. Single men only.
you won't believe the termson M. Berney, 6246983. 6968868.
this one-call right now-
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Aetna Realty,Broker, 811 NW Have 2 duplexes, both excellent Studio -apt. for one person.

54th St., 757-5724. Open 7 locations and good $10 per week ..plus utilities. Nn.1
deals to call lq. t
see Broker right +
days. 5328 NW 24th (flt. 754-2605.
now. Martin M. Berney, 624-

Lake Front-FHA $16,500.00 6983. Nice large house, spacious
8363 NW 12th Ave. Deluxe 2
arounds. New eetton.Liberty
huge Fla room carport dream
bedroom, house with built- Rental
all electric kitchen Agency. 2020 NW 62
no in kitchen. Immaculate thru- 633-7809.
closing costs, FHA terms. out. St. ___
Has Fla room or den. ---- -- -' '1 ,_
qualify?? Be first. $350 down
Can you total. No closing Furn. effcy. $15 weekly Includes -
Aetna Realty, Broker, 811 costs. $70month, $10,000 FHA lights, gas, water and BEAUTIES TALK BEAUTY Motion picture actresses Dee Duffy (left) and

NW 54th St. 757-5724. Open valuation. Biscayne Realty, waste removal. Call Sat. between Jon Watson (right), "Slaygirls" who appear with Dean Martin in Murderers' Row,"

7 days.. -Inc. Broker,-759-8600.- 12 and 3:30. 2221 NW tell Diane Johnathan about movie make-up techniques. The attractive duo, in mat

FHA cheapie8000.00 CBS, three bedroom with garage 57th St. ching white and red costumes, visited the Ophelia DeVore School of Charm in New

total. 2301 NW 79th Terr. Fla. porch, laundryroom $20 per week. Large attrac- York as port of their promotional assignments in Columbia Picturers' "Murderers'

Corner room, 2, bedroom in brand, new panelledFla condition appliances, patio, fully included.fenced yard$450, tive 3 bedroom frame 2229 Row." Dean Martin again plays agent Matt Helm' in the Irvin Allen production.
NW 60th
seller pays closing down total. No closing costs. St.
costs, one 15 year FHA mor- $12,500 on FHA terms. Bis-
Duplex. 1 bedroom
tgage. Payments less than cayne Realty,.1nc. Broker, room, large kitchen and, living bath, LIBERTY CITYELEMENTARY OUR CLASSIFIED ADS
rent. You won' t get a second 7598600.
unfurn. newly paint a
chance on this one. Aetna week. 4017 23rd Ave.
NW 888-
Realty, Broker, 811 NW 54thSt. No closing costs. $365 down 6643. The Liberty City Elemen- BRING RESULTS
757-5724. Open 7 days. tot.. $68 month $9800 total tary \School Parent-Teacher
valuation Association will hold its installation -
FHA large kitchen
1 bedroom furn. Liberty City
FHA""sleeper"-$15,800.00 oak floors, being painted inside Brownsville $20 of new officers at
Tremendous 3 bedroom air- area per 7:30: p.m. on Thursday even-
and out. Biscayne Realty -
"Now" 2 bedroom unfurnished ing, January 5. 2 Locations to Serve You!
conditioned, screened patio, Inc., Broker, 7598600. $20
per
almost new throughout. No
closing costs. Veterans $200 No Qualifying week. Call 634-0500 Micklns Mrs. Parlove, principal of

down. If you really want the 3216 NW 10th Ct. 3 bedroom, Rental Agency. Oak Grove School will con- ,1''f911"' ....'" "I
best you must see this house. $600 down. $7,000 total. $95 duct the installing officers.Dr. '''''f'' ..4! "14", > ","' 1.-, r.. .. : '' '
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Aetna Realty, Broker, 811 NW month pays all. A. Ben-Kori, 2 bed. unfum. Opa-locka area. L. Brit ton, superintendent : >' \ qf. "D ., !>" 54th St., 757-5724. Open 7 Realtor, 751-2243. $18 per week 681-8213 Mic of the North Central school ,' LDu .. 1Jj .
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days. klns Rental Agency. district will be the main : .' I 0.- ,\ ,\\01. .. ,:'.(' .,:,..,''t 'I.:. ; '"1l1.
----- CBS home in NW section, --- speaker of the evening. ,>': t' ;'$i r : Y'j:
2966NVY47tKSt6339995. >: :
Beer and wine bar. Low down ) '
Philco double oven electric conveniently located, 2 bed- All parents and friends are ..", ) ,
stove also 30 gallon water rooms, large Fla room, awn- payment and mo. payments. urged to attend this important F ."! ...' y '
532-9574. AND, .J, ;! ...
heater like new, both in perfect ings, landscaped. Phone: meeting.- ; ,. ,
condition. stove is $35 757-6507. ,*;;* t ', ",
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water heater is $25. Call ---- 1 Nice clean large room in private : Guest House
r 6911503. Duplex, CBS, 2 bedroom, 1 ,home for elderly lady or Dugies ';
bath each side. Large kitchen man. Call 691-2727. 5601 NW ., \
--- "Any where In the world ,' '
Large CBS, 2 lots fenced vi- tiel roof, low, low down pay 15th Ave. you want to go" 2941 NW 47th St. 6343851"Th : : .;,

cinity. 24th Ave. and 42nd ment,4801 NW 19th Ave.Call "
St NW MU. 1-7602 after 6 p.m. Mr. White 624-4874. (TF) 2 three room houses. 1805 NW 7TCK&3 CGfT
1 Appointment owner. 5th Ct. and 1811V4'NW 5th Ct. *\: better y *%' '
NO MORE 4T7M'Li'wa earth than ths :
1 Furnished. $13 week. Call r are no rooms on / :
--- ----- house hard- '
Edison area in 50'a wood 3 bedroom floors CBS, tile bath,, venti- 634-3177. rooms you will find at DUGIE'S PARADISE.?

Lovely CBS home plus private lated awnings, air condition, Nice in r
CBS cottage for income or large rooms private Seeing Is believing. The accommodations
$1500 down, $73.49 mo. pays
home some with private bath.
, guest., Realtor$400 down, 751-7511 FHA., Fontana 6016- all, taxes, interest, insurance Come in person 4753 NW 21st "Your Neighborhood TrawlAgents" you'll receive, you will. find only In"thf'sf.
4Vi% FHA mortgage, no qualifying Ave. brother. l '*
: NW 7th Ave. ,, : : {
near Shell Market, 759- ---- ,.J;

Old Records Bought 9135. (Jan. 6) As near to you at your Jamaica !Dugle, Always a Friend. \',,u;
HELP
Jazz, blues, gospel records WANTED telephone. Give us a call:
from the 1920's and 1930's, -- Elderly lady to take care of Wo dollvor. 1104 NW 3rd
only. Box No 7354,MiamUTF, ]) $100 Down to Vets 2 children ages $ & 4. 5 days Ave. FR 98451. Chas. C.
------- $400FHACBS nice Fla.room,1 Mon.-Fri. 8 til 4 p.m.691-5803 North, Manager. '
Distress sale,, CBS, fully 2 large bedroom, carport and 1381 NW 51st terr.
equipped restaurant with garage, completely fenced I

beer license plus living yard, like park. Big bar-b-que,Live In nice lady to assist EDISON
quarters. Edison Center location sprinklers, awnings, fruit working mother with 7-year- Specials

Asking $14,500. Opento trees, FHA price 12500.' old boy 751-6992. I HELP HELP HELP
offers, Leonardi Realty,
Call now, Harry or Helen ----
696-0092. Denny, Tip Top Realtors, Barmaids and cocktail waitresses .
947-7111. attractive, between REV. ROOSEVELT OPEN AFTER 2 P.M. SUNDAY

$7500 Total the ages of 21 and 30. All FRANKLIN
2 story duplex building near shifts. 751-9420 between 5 6520 NW lit PLACE

NW down 3rd Ave. in 50's. Low Edison Area and 9 p.m. Freddie. Of. Macon, Georgia $250 down, FHA, beautiful neighborhood, CBS,
payments, terms arranged 5661 NW 6th Ave. Drive by 2
DIVINE tile roof Near all Edison schools and
carport.
F on tanfy Realtors, bedroom, 2 bath, oak floors,
751-7511, 6016 NW 7th Ave. you will like chic lone inside, FOR SALE SPIRITUAL HEALER two bus lines.
has Fla room and garage Jesus )la truly giving vie
2 comer plus 3 bedroom, $450 down. FHA terms. Ben- $69 Month tory to many, many people's 44 NW 47th TERRACE
2 bath, roomy resident. Different -' anytime, 751- Pays all. Drive by 2138 NW problem
Korl Realtor
from the usual 2 porches 85th t., nice 2 bedroom, carp SUCCESS CAN BE YOURS. $250 down FHA, 2 bedroom, CBS, Fla room,
large 'dining area, garage 2243. of r, CBS, $300 down. See or write me today. I plus screened porch, Excellent condition in and
$1200 cash. No qualifying. $9,000 total. A. Ben-Kori, have a special message for out. Nice.and Clean.
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$12.900 total. Near 8th Ave. realtor, anytime, 7512243CHILDCARE every troubled soul. Last
NW 40's Fontana Realtors, $100 Down to GIs -- week many many people

751-7511, 6016 NW 7th Ave. Close in 17th Ave., corner, were selected helped Bible by my reading special, to DRIVE BY THESE THEN CALL EDISON

--- Fla room, 2 large bedroom, be read on Special Days.If ((1)) 60 NW 42nd st. Lovely CBS duplex. $450

NearJ High School. Custom- completely fenced. $400 down Will take very good carve of you want to be delivered down FHA. 2 bedroom each side, terrazzo floors. ",
built CBS, can be four bed $92 mo. pays all. Hurry, this your child in my home. 759- quickly, Send $1.00 and Don't miss this.
room, 2tt bath. No qualifying .won' t last. Call Harry or He- 8335. stampedself-addressed en-
with substantial down pay- len Tip Top Realtors,
ment. Garage, terrace lot can 947-7111.Denny, vQ.to'ROOSEVELTFRANKLIN ((2)) 1461 NW 92nd St. Extra special. Very

have Fontana private apt. if desired. TELL OURADVERTISERS large CBS home, 1ft bath, 75x110 lot. Tile roof,
Realtors, 751-7511,
6016 NW 7th Ave.Central $100 Down Payments 630 MORROW AVENUE dining room, Fla room, large garage, many ex
-- 2-3-4 bedroom CBS like new. MoconGo.Phi SH 5-6475 tras$16,500totol. FHA terms.

Heat & Air Anyone can buy,from vets$59 or non-mo. YOU SAW IT IN THE You will got those

Near 14th Ave in 80's, cus- vets. Payments Callnow Special Selected Bible ((3)) 825 NW 84th St. $300 down. FHA, CBS, terrazzo -
tom 3 bedroom, 2 bath. Most pays all one mortgage TIMES Verser By Return Moll floors
taxes only.
modem built in kitchen ap- we have the keys. Harry carport. Coenty

pliances, oak floors, tile and Helen Barmy 947-7111.
roof, garage, sprinkler sys- ((4)) 438 NW 59th St. 4 turn. CBS units.. $16,000

tem, good terms. Fontana total. No qualifying Only $3,000 down.
Realtors, 751-7511, 6016 NW Vacant Homes COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE TV SERVICE
7th AVe. I have 3 nice homes that you
WE HAVE MANY HOMES AND DUPLEXES
can move right into, if you STEREO RADIO TAPE RECORDER
No FHA TERMS OR NO QUALIFYING.YOU .
qualifying, no qualifying. have down payment and good
2 bedroom, 1 bath low credit. Call me for further HOMES FOR
CBS, CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA

co down: ts. payee at 11135 NW cloving 74th Realtor information., anytime A., 751-22431 Ben-Kori, I I VET TVTED $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING

.?t. Call Broker right now. DISPLACEDAND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY.
Martin M. FORMERLY OF JET IS NOW VET
Berney, 624-6983. In-Law Special

No qualifying, nice 2 bedroom I, EDI.SQN :RE'ALTY Realtors
J f Allapattah Area home plus attached efficiency 379-7735 ,
1240 NW 31st St. Drive by to live in
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nice for your parents

move$75 mo.in, 2 pays bedroom all., $10,500.Vacant, or 85th rent St.it.$1500 Drive down by 1730, terms NW 846 NW 2ND AVENUE OPEN 9T09 175' (N W., 6M St. 7514441

total. $350 down, FHA. A. arranged. A. B n-Kori, real-

Ben-Kori, Realtor, anytime, tor, anytime, 751-2243.
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