The Miami times
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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: January 13, 1967
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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National Newspaper I Vol. 44, No. 21 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1967 20 PAGES 15*

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newspapers annual presenting Mid-Winter 168 opened Negro-oriented Workshopat its 27th Top Talent : Urban Renewal Project to : I i 1

the Biscayne Terrace Hotel : ,
b Lt. :, i v..tEncourage 1
t i" ,
Thursday Jan. 12. A "I;
get be Heardin
acquainted party'' was held to ;

Wednesday Thursday's night.At noon lun- d14 "'t rF+1h. ;;;'!;: 'integration. 'd 'ti: 'd

cheon, Jack Howard, administrator Bayfronf ---: --" :
of the Neighborhood The; Dade County UbM t'Itfsext eme7yun'hefthy'--Lth -'agencyTwpeTWpu?

Youth Corps washingtonD. C. Renewal Agency has ap- 'for Miami to have a 100per the project out for compe-
addressed the publishers. Concert proved a rent subsidy planto cent low income black neigh- titive bids in April or May;
Thursday night, the group encourage Integration In borhood," said the Miami Ferdle said.
will hear Wiley A. Branton its first urban renewal project Citizens Advisory Committeelast
Assistant Attorney Generalof Commisaioner Athalle month. FHA financing gave the
the U.S.His primary dutiesare Range will serve as hostessat Alnslee The first urban renewal agency two alternatives to'
to implement the Voting Bay front Bandshell on Agency Chairman project is located the Central consider: the below-market
Rights Act of 1966. Sunday Jan 15 at 7145( p.m. Ferdle said, "Wearehopingthis Negro District,between N.W. interest rate of three per cent
as she presents "Sunday will encourage Integra-
interest and the above
Mr. Branton formerly served Even Ing Under the 14th and 22nd Sts. fromN. mar-
Stars diverse
one tion and a community -
as executive secretary of the WILEY BRANTON of a series of concerts being .W. 3rd Avenue to N.W. ket rate of,six per cent
President's Council on Equal Ast. U.S. Attorney G.n.rol presented this month by organizations with a by wider letting range personsin of in- 7th Ave. where the North- The maximum Income a
Opportunity.In Friday's luncheon speakeris throughout the city. weft Expressway Is being man can earn and still remain -
1962 Mr. Branton was George Beebe, Senior Managing The theme of the hour-long come. eligible is based on the
appointed director of the Voter Editor of the Miami program is "Spiritual Valuesin The agency has recently builtA private developer is size of his family He may
Education Project of the Herald. Friday afternoon the Negro Culture." been criticized by some to build the first 42 town- earn as much as $7,500 an-
Southern Region Council in publishers embark on the SS Three outstanding soloists groups ,that said urban re houses. The timetable for nually with 10 or 12 chil-
Atlanta, Ga., which activitywas Miami for a three day cruiseto will participate: MesdamesDoretha' h l the
w wtlUimply replace calls for Jan- .
occupancy .i
engaged in research relating where will ba Bertha dren.There .
Nassau Payne, Jackson -
old massive low-income Negro 1968 Federal Hous- are no rent
to the causes of low entertained by the Bahamas and Miss Joan Storr. uary a supplements f
registration of voters in Ministry of Tourism. Atty. Donald Wheeler Jones population with a redevelopment ing Authority spokesmansaid. provided in below- \
eleven southern states. A The Miami Times is hostto will discus briefly, "Spiri- of the same. market financing
cooperative effort, with participation :! the meeting with Garth C. tual Values, Then and Now."
by the major civil Reeves, managing editor and Creative Dance groups of
rights organizations and many NNPA vice president in Northwestern and Booker T. i I
local groups, the project was charge of affairs. Washington High Schools will 90th Congress Shoots Down
responsible for adding more Frank L. Stanley, publisher be presented and Northwestern
than 600.000iNegro voters to of the Louisville (Ky). Defender Chorale Group will completethe
the rolls between 1962 a nd is president of the as- presentation.
1965. sociation. There is no admissionof
Adam Clayton Powellhe

College Prof. Denied Miami Rep. Adam Clayton PowellD. Powell, who was present was again seated in Congress -
( ., NY.) who rose to dizzy through the 90-minute debate, lie also hinted the for-
I heights in the national congress apparently lost his buoyancyof mation of a third party.
but has been tumbling other years and came closeto A member of the Investi-
Lakes Home RaceThe recently, suffered his final I pleading with his colleagues gating committee said: "It
on I humiliation Tuesday when he for his seat all depends on Adam. If he
was denied his seat in the gets together with the com-
'House of Representatives. "My fate is in your hands; mittee and is cooperative,
Robert Thomas, chairmanof had been prevented from buy- the subdivision said, "I'm in God's hands," he said in a he might get off with being
the department of music at ing a home in theMiami Lakes sorry but we don't sell to subdued voice. censured. But I don't expect
I Miami-Dade Junior College, Estates subdivision solely colored." him to be seated.
told the Community Relations because of his race. The 36-year-old educator Before the final vote he
Board last Thursday that he He stated that a salesman said he was told by the sales- said: "All I hope is that you
man that there is a restrictive have a good sleep tonight."
clause written in the deeds of 51j
h ET 7"" G ? '7 ., > House Republican Leader
y 1 the Miami Lakes homes bar.ring "
:tt Gerald R. Ford, of Michigan,
":).: LP Ends 300Year ," 'j'! .;.,. groes.the sale of homes to No offered a motion to have Powell i 1i
stand aside while a
:i//;" ...k''. ..'"i', The salesman reportedlytold committee looked into his
the CRB members later "qualifications" to be seated.
that he was acting on ordersin I. .
White Ruleij}:' refusing to deal with Ne- The vote on this motionwas .

groes. H. B. Sissel, CRB 364 to 64.Hundreds : .'.1 .
",. said he
'" executive director,
of Powell's/ an-
Progressive Liberal when he returned to the cityfrom contacted William Graham,president gry friends and supporters ..
Party, in a record-breaking, a victorious campaign at of Sengra Development lined up on the front steps of
history-making election Tues- Andros. He appears to be in Corp., which is developing the dozens of
Capitol. But
day claimed victory and Nas- line for the colony's next Miami Lakes, and that
sau pitched a wild celebra-. premier. Graham told him, "It is our Capitol police sealed off the
itself and the
tion. The results compiled by policy not to sell to Negroes." House kept
yelling crowd generally in
Jubilant crowds of Ne- the government radio station Thomas an I his wife order. Excepting for the burn-
groes danced, marched, sang Tuesday night were subjectto started looking in the Miami ing of 10 draft cards and two -., -:. -
and wept forjoy as they cele- changes when all the reports Lakes area about two weeks -.-,-
brated what PLP leaders come in from the Out ago. The $20,000 to $30,000 ADAM CLAYTON POWELL fist fights there were no other Clara Ward and her Gospel -
called the end of 300 Islands and a complete tabu- homes so impressed them that Voted Out 364-64 incidents.At Singers who have thrilled
years 4 Powell met the
lation is made. p.m. church gatherings for
they set up an appointmentwith a score
of white rule. Fireworks ex- In New Providence (Nassau a salesman. Their meet- The majority of the Re- groups that had come by bus of years is now solidly on the
motorcades ploded and bands wound played their as ) where 62 per cent of ing with the agent was every- publicans joined with southern from Harlem, Brooklyn, Phila- niteclub kick.
way delphia and Baltimore to
through the city. the Bahamians live, the PLP thing but encouraging.. Democrats in giving a crush- sup- Clara and her swinging-
almost defeated incumbent The couple then took then vote of 305 to 126 against port him. On the Capitol step zinging group open Friday,
In an unprecendented political Premier Roland Symonette in complaint to the CRB,a county Powell, to bar him from the he told them to withhold city, Jan. 13 at the Castaways,
move, the predominantly his Centerville district. He agency designed to promote 90th Congress pending a five- state and federal taxes for one of the swingingest nite
Negro PLP had won 18 squeezed out with 558 votesto inter-group harmony. week investigation. at least live weeks or until spots on Miami Beach.
seats in the 38-member Ba- the PLP candidates's 511 Sis sell said that the only -- --
hamas House of Assembly. and an Independent's 32. legal recourse would be
The ruling United Bahamian PLP deputy leader Arthur' the federal courts,' if the
Party also won IB. seat,.but Harm said his party would couple chose to file still on Beats Up 2 Men Killed By 3rdin
the PLP vowed it would defeat contest the premiership on the basis that their rights as ,
the white government by the basis of alleged voting guaranteed by the 14th Amend-
forming an alliance with the irregularities.The ment had been violated.Mrs. A 26-year-old itinerant of NW 22nd Ave. and 5b'h St., the air before fleeing down
one Laborite Assemblyman, UBP won a clear'victory Thomas said there laborer was shot and killed then turned on a third, James the street.
Randall Fawkes, and the one in the 1962 election, were no plans at present to Saturday night after attacking Tomes, 43, of 6820 NW 15th When Berry gave chase,
Independent elected Tuesday, and while the PLP has cometo take their case to thefederal two men and chasing a third Avenue. TOMBS avid, be Fired twice
Cyril Stevenson. the stage of recognition, it courts.In for almost a block before fell Tomes told police r.. puts into his assailant's chest.
Lynden Pindhng, PLP is still questionable which 1948, the U. S. Supreme ed by two shots. ed a revolver, told Berry Police said no charge had
leader, was given an ovationby party will control the 38member Court ruled that restrictive! Police said Willie C. Berry "Don't come any closer," been Filed against Tomes pend-
hundreds of his supporters Assembly. (continued on page 20) beat up two men at the corner and then fired a warning shot ing an inquest.

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2 THE MI AMI TIMES, Friday, January 13, 1967

t" Dr. H. Franklin Williams is Urban

.' 4ps1x League Speaker- Florida

A gala evening is plannedfor The affair will be held at vard University and Amherst
the Annual Meeting and Temple Israel auditorium, College prior to coming to
Installation of Officers by 137 NE 19th St., Miami. Readers Miami in 1939. At the Univer-
LMAt the Greater Miami Urban Lea of the Miami Times are sity of Miami, he has ad-
gue. There will be musical invited (admission free). The ministered every facet of
selections by the choral groupof date is Thursday evening, university life, serving as
Miami Jackson High School, Jan. 19. vice president and dean of
a number of fine door prizes Dr. H. Franklin Williamswill the faculty; vice presidentand
donated by Burdines, and refreshments be the guest speaker. Dr. dean of students; vice
will be served. Williams taught history at Har, president and director of
community affairs, and cur
rently dean of the University

A Parents Workshop at College.actively participated Dr. Williams on has the

L Leadership Development Advisory
,7' w Miami Northwestern Committee of the local
tk .. Urban League.
Y a' )
elected officers will
Guidance Miami Northwester Senior Newly
The Department
be installed by Dr. Royal W.
High School has formulated plans and activities to involve Puryear, president of the
more parents of our students in their educational and voca-
ut' <: :::: tional planning. On December 16, one of the scheduled College 75-year-old, which Florida is Memorial moving

parents workshops was held with the underlying obJec- from st. Augustine to Miami.Dr. .
y4$ > "",,f.if: tives to provide Information that will assist them in becoming Puryear is an ordained
,'! :. ";:.1.II.',;" :\ ...r'X. ,:\rAt more knowledgeable about the school program and minister. He studied at Howard
'''?''; ''h\" !! I',' ''' ", I1J.1/; the many opportunities in the world of work. In addition, University,the University
{', 1" J '.' I.' '..,'1 of Michigan and in England.He .
..L I i( ""J"'I.: ,:- to emphasize the importance of parental cooperation rn
toward maximum de- was formerly a social
their students
to help
a parents' workshop recently held at Miami Northwestern Senior High, parents velopment.The worker with the YMCA before

viewed a film on the opportunities in the Dade Industry. Participating paren first part of the workshop included a report by cation.moving into His the brother field is of edu the

rents, students, resource persons included Mrs. Evelyn Johnson, Mrs. John E. Cut- Mrs. Evelyn Johnson and Mrs. Leome Culmer who at- deputy director the National
mer, Mrs. Ophelia Nottage, David Lee Faison, Jr., Mrs. Lillian Stuart, Mrs. RosaL. tended a parent's conference entitled "The Needs in the Urban League in New York

Wright, Mrs. Margaret Duncannon, Mrs. Olymphia Nelson, Mrs. Cynthia Bethel, World of" Work-The Job Outlook and Educational Impli City.
Mr. Murray Podell, Miss Barbara Podell, Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson, Mr. Thomas cations. The main speakers at the parents conferencewere
Mr. John F. Hennlng, Under Secretary of Labor and
Eden, Mr. Surwalter, Mrs. Rosie Mae Kinsey, Mr. Thomas Mingo, Mrs. Erma Mae Davis Dr. Robert Miller, Director, Business and Government

Mrs. Sarah Wallace, Mrs. Lucile Grier, James Allen, Rev. William H. Butler, Relations Program School of Business ,Administration VISITING NURSING
Andrew Brown, Mrs. Dorothy Edwards, Mr. Lewis Stokes and Mr. Edwin T. Demerit. American University. Both parents emphasized the Importance
te. Johnson of Miami Photo. of completing high school and the many oppor- AIDS HOLDLUNCHEON
tunities in Craft, Trades, Business and Management. The AT NILE
moderator of this part of the program was Mr. Edwin
I Fla.Memorial Students Spent $420 AnnuallyA T. Demerltte Guidance Counselor at Miami Northwestern.The RESTAURANTThe
second part of the workshop was moderated by
Mr. Lewis Stokes, Guidance Counselor at Miami North- new class of visiting
survey by the Association munity.In Opa-locka, which anticipatesa western. The guest speaker was Mr. Murray Podell, Director nursing aids of the VNA helda
of Independent Collegesof addition to the above growth of student enrollment of Florida Diamond Setting Institute who presentedan luncheon at the Nile Restaurant
Florida, Inc., reveals that the survey indicates that the from the current 480 to educational and vocational oriented talk 4300 NW 7th Ave.,
75% of the total budget of average student expend! 1300, will see a substantial interesting, hosted by Mrs. Anna Smith.
Florida Memorial College of increase in the administrative on the opportunities in the diamond industry.
$420.66 each
tures come to The unusual menu at the
which is located for the and Through the use of visual aids and discussion it was
725699.00 now annually or a total of approximately budget college Nile was the chief discussionwith
in St. Augustine but $202.000.00. the like increase in expenditures brought In that diamond setting Is a well paying careerin such delicasies servedas
will relocate in Miami in The relocation of the four in both Opa-locka and a clean and Interesting business. In fact, there are few persian barbecued lamb,
1968 is spent in the com year liberal arts school t o Dade county. qualified diamond setters in business today that their skillis baked chicken-Halaal, shish-
much in demand and commands premium wages. kebab with arabic browned
The figures in the survey The course of study includes precious semipreciousstones rice, cabbage Egyptian and
do not include capital expenditures precious metals, use of required tools, trade prac butternut squash-bemard .
summer students, tices, the complete operation of setting diamonds and other The dessert consisted of the
or spending of parents who stones, how to purchase and sell diamonds and jewelry.As world-famous bean pie and
visit their off paring.
asiatic punch.
a diamond setter one can own his own business witha
small Investment. It is a profession that be learned
6 rti' The survey was made in may Present were: Mesdames:
conjunction' with a total ap by almost everyone, no' prior experience needed' regardless P. L.L Butler, Dorothy Proctor
f praisal of eleven Florida college of storage. *,1' Anna Smith, Mildred
and one university for The Florida Diamond Setting Institute' Is recognizedby Sinclair, cleona Douglas,
the 1966-67 year including the Florida State Board of Education and is locatedat Virginia R. Wright Eva M.
Barry College, Biscayne 160 N.E. 4th Street. Durham, Willie Mae Cjooper; ,
College and the University of Mrs. Dorothy Edwards Is the Assistant Principal for Elizabeth Spencer, Aurelia
Miami, all located in Dade Guidance and Samuel (). Cohen is the Principal of Miami McNeal and Mrs. Robert L.
I Butler.
County. Northwestern.

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:, 1 Florida Gets $770,080 For -

Neighborhood Youth

Corps Project By

enrollees. The total cost of
ATLANTA U. S. Secretary .
of Labor W. Willard Wirtz the project will be $897,160.
has announced approval of a
Neighborhood Youth Corps "In-school enrollees will Two Locations
(NYC) project and allocationof work various school related
t $770,080 in Federal fundsin activities such as teacher's 6225 NW 22nd Ave.
Florida according to Wil- aids, library aids, clerical
u t liam S. Harris, regional director aids, and other school ac
e rt of NYC. tivities. Out-of-school enrollees 6011 NW 7th AYE.
The project, sponsored by will work with city,
A ; 4 the South Miami Economic county and non-profit agencies ACROSS FROM THE CONTINENTAL CLUB
Opportunity Development in multifarious occupations
Council Inc., Miami, will provide ," stated Harris. Inquiries ,. -- Phone
training opportunitiesfor concerning NYC can ,
650 enrollees of which be directed to him at Room
100 will be in-school, 150 327,1371 Peachtree St., NE, I -

summer and 400 out-of-school Atlanta, Georgia 30309. 696-9698

Diamond setting has an appeal as a career to Patricia
Hollingshead Erroll Johnson and Mr. Edwin T.
Demeritte, Guidance, Counselor at Miami NorthwesternSenior .' ,"I" < : ;
High School as they observed a student ofthe ; 2. Locations' ;to, ; Serve You! CUTTING & STYLING

Florida Diamond Setting Institute mounting a precious 1: ', ,.' : ,1 \ '
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 13, 1967 31&b

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Urges Negroes 'i\ f

to Use Political Rights I)

CHICAGONegro Amer- cation, housing and welfare ourselves, with the argumentwe
icans must register and vote programs If we don't showup are casting a silentprotest
effectively and vote In every on election day and vote vote against a racist and dis-
election," today declared for those who support those criminatory society by stay.
Congressman John Con- programs. To get our civil ing away from the polls,"
yers, Jr. (Dem-Michigan). rights we must fulfill our said the Detroit Congress-
"Only If we use our political civil responsibilities," declared man "That form of protestis
rights fully will we gain eco- Conyers In a speed so silent that no one ever
nomic and social freedom. prepared for delivery tonight hears it The only way Ne-
While our brothers In the at the kick-off voter gro Americans can changethe
South risk their lives for the registration rally at the LIb- system toenterpolitical

right to vote, surely we inthe erty Baptist Church spon- life and make our presencefelt. : _
North can bestir ourselvesto sored by the Chicago Freedom We must organize and.
register and vote when we Movement.A educate ourselves for effective err .. I
don't have to face those dan month-long drive is political action. We must 1 iK tea h
gers. Though obstacles are aimed at registering tens of work together with other
surcl .placed in our way, we thousands of new Negro minority groups also suffer-
cannot claim wee hayeSheriff voters to participate in the ing from discrimination and
Jim Clarks or mobs to face." February and April electionsfor with progressive elements In )
Conyers particularly the board of aldermen the general community suchas
stressed the importance of and the mayor This effortis the dergy, labor movement .
Negroes voting in local elec-: co sponsored by the and students. Working "" \
tions since "city government Reverend Martin Luther together we can obtain the DR. ROYAL W. PURYEAR, PRESIDENT, FLORIDA MEMORIAL COLLEGE,
directly handles those pro- King's Southern Christian kinds of governmental programs -center, meets with members of the college// alumni association at the Everglades hotel
grams which have special Leadership Conference and necessary if we are to in Miami, and points out the location of the various building sites.
and immediate effect on Negro the unified Chicago civil finally eliminate the racial
Left to right Franklin Clark teacher the Rainbow Park
at Elementary
Americans. We cannot rights movement the Coordinating slums and ghettos and the
possibly get from our elected Council of Community poverty, unemployment and school, Mrs. Versie Turner, Gladeview Elementary school} Rev. Bragg Turner, Glen-
officials the kinds of programs Organization. desperation suffered by their dale Baptist Church, Dr. Puryear, Mrs. Dolores Covin, Bunche Park Elementary
leading to better edu- "We can no longer delude Inhabitants." school, Rev. P. W. Williams, St. Luke Baptist Church, Mrs. Mary Williams Johnson, i
Bethune school.


I Publishers Workshopto Man Who Resigned Seat Over CONVENES JAN 15

The United Choir union
will convene at Mt. Pleasant
be Biggest Yet Lester Maddox to Speak HereCharles Methodist Church in Opa-locka
on January IS, at 3 PJH. All
members are asked to be
Others attending are Herbert Weltner, who resigned raid Lewis, president of the present. An interesting program
The 27th Annual MidWinter bune; Leonard Evans, Tuesday Wright, Philip M rria Co.; his seat in Congress Young Democrats, urges all is planned. The Union*
Workshop of the National Publications: L. M. Juanita Sims, Sims Associates. rather than supped segregationist citizens of Miami whq are is inviting/ all choirs to attend
t. Newspaper Publishers Asso- Quinn and Samuel Logan, Phila.; H. Naylor FUihugh, Lester Maddox for interested in public affairs to and participate on the program.
ciation looms as the biggest Michigan Chronicle; Alice NAMD; DeVeraEdwards, Phar- governor of Oeorgi a,will speak attend this important meeting. Mrs. Janie Once is president
ever. More than -60 reserva- Whitaker and Whltter Seng- marco, Inc.; Eyre Saitch, to the Dade County Young "We are proud to offer this Mrs. Thelma Devoeis
tions had been received by stacke, Memphis Tri-State Persona; Kelvin wall and Democrats at a meeting Fri. opportunity to the public." secretary and Mrs. A. E.
Monday and they were still Defender. William BassCocaColaRoscoe day Jan. 13 at the Representative Lewis said, Dean is treasurer
coming in for the meetingthat "I hope everyone will com e
opens Thursday morning Also John Sengstacke,Chi McCrary,Anheuser Busch; Plaza Hotel. The meeting, out to meet this man who has LITERARY TEA
at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel. cago Daily Defender; John Allen McKellar, Falstaff; which is open to the public, demonstrated great political
The post convention three- Murphy in, II. H. Murphy, Joseph Christian, Joseph will begin at 7:30 p.m. The W. A. Chapman Boardof
day cruise to Nassau on fri- Ken Wilson and Alice Hayes, "Scoop" Jones and Steve State Representative Ge courage Bethel AME Church cordially
day no doubt served as a Afro-American Newspapers; Lockett, Seagrams; John L. invites you to attend a
booster members Balm Leavell, Chicago Crusader Procope, and Leonard Evans, Uterary. Tea at thQ homo of
the trip. The to Bahamas making Minis- ;- Edwin Sexton, Wichita Tuesday Publications; Inez :tCL m.IRNfG".RESIijISQ Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Chapman, ,'
- try of Tourism will entertainthe Enlightener; Frank W. Mitchell Kaiser Seven-Up James Cum- VMHS8 ] 526 NW 13th St., Sunday j
HIWKtf' i X Mn
Louis munings Board for Jan. 22, 4 to 6
publishers and their St. Argus; FrankL. Fundamental : p.m. Mrs. I
wives this weekend InNassau. Stanley, Louisville De- Education; Howard B. Inez Hardemon is president t
Representatives of news- fender; Ada Franklin, Kansas Woods, U.S.I.A.; James L. and Rev. S. A. Cousin is pas- \.
Bruton, FAMU Graphic Arts tor.
papers registered so far include City Call Kenneth Coulter,
Harry Alexander and Milwaukee Star; Vernon Mitchell Dept.; Dan Kean, Gulf Oil;
Columbus News. Norman Powell, Amalgamated
Charles Loeb, Cleveland Call
Also Mildred and Publishers Clarence
Brown ; Towns
and Post; Betty Granger, S
Reid, New York Courier; John Archie Batchlar, Omaha star; and Junius Griffin, Republican FOR THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMODATIONS
Kirkpatrick, East St. Louis C.C. Dejoie, Louisiana Weekly National Committee ; S
Crusader; Daniel Day, NNPA ; Emory O. Jackson, Birmingham Louis Martin, Democratic Na- AT MODERATE RATES
Service Davis world; Oscar Qa1kin tional Committee; Adolph J.
News Tony_
In Sepia Dallas; E. Washington and Prince L. Edwards, Slaughter,Neighborhood i Youth 9 CALL
Rhodes Philadelphia Tri Philadelphia Independent Corps. ...

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a participant in the Medicare drawn up and signed on making payments under Part B. enen e ;
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administrator. To date, and organizations, both F.A.A.M. Christian Hospital 4150 NW 7th Ave. PL 9-8733 .
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from the Medicare program. Medicare program. The State the Finance Committee, and 512NW1stAYe.Hollondole.WA72434 1675NW62nJ St. OX 62467HE
This figure represents money Board of Health is responsible Nathaniel 4240 NW 27* Avt. '- 5-3466
7th Lo.dtrdat- 4-3357
paid for seventy one Medicare for certifying those institutions 605 NW Ttrr.Ft.
patients at Christian. that want to provide necessary Patterson, and Dr.S.II. John 17325 Homestead Ave. Famine CE 5-3553 3801 Grand Avt. Gcovt. HI 5-1381
Hospital who spent a total of medical care and are son. Seated at her desk, Reviewing 1019 Hammondvillt Rd. PompanoWE 3-3235
1,203 hospital days in Christi capable of caring for patients the program is re--
Baker price manager. ------
an.i The Social Security Adminis- Dorothy .
Col. Poage briefly out- tration is responsible for ad- HON. L. L. BROOKS, President S
of Medi- ministeringthe program. Three
lined the
care in Florida. The State private organizations, Blue GEORGE P. HARTH, General Manager
Board of Health was designated Cross of Florida The Travelers CHARLES A. LOCKHART, Public Relations DIr.ctorConyers
by the Governor on Nov. Insurance Company, TELL OURADVERTISERS SS
5. 1965, as the Florida agency and Aetna Life and Casualty

health to certifyIhospitali facilitieslaboratories,extend, fiscal Company intermediaries are the approved under YOU SAW IT IN THE III I am to enjoy a btttor lift, others mast live better too" L. I. Brooks

and home health service under 'Part A for hospitals, extend
Title XVIII of Medicare. care facilities, and h ome TIMES
A contract between the State health agencies. Blue Shield

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4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 13, 1963


: To Be EqualBY

GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor By Booker T. Hayes U

WiLLIAM w. MCBRIDE city editor -- Executive Director National Urban League --,
There are those among us, who despite the con-
STANLEY I. SWEETINGTheatrical Editor stant revision taking place before their very eyes, fail The immorality of racial prejudice and discrimination

Member of the National' Newspaper Publishers A oclotloft to recognize these changes as part of the continuing presents a great challenge to the churches of America. As
guardians of our ethical heritage, they must bear a greater
SUBSCRIPTION RATES revolution a society must make to keep abreast of the
moral climate which will
ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX'MONTHS $3.00 ? FOREIGN $6.00 times. They refus! to believe so short a period could require break responsibility down the for barriers creating which a Imprison people In help sub
such vast changes, and by doing so become a part
standard living conditions for no reason than their
Entered at Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Put of the social element responsible for the friction now color.

Office at Miami Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 present in our society. We need not be world-wide tra- The problem the churches face is compounded by the
velers to be able to decipher the meaning of today's prejudice of many of their congregations. Two Protestant
Office tt 6740 NW 15th Avenue Phono OX 1-0421 unrest. We need only be aware to the changes in our clergymen in Pennsylvania were recently forced to leave
their churches for other assignments because they were too
immediate area and awake to the .changes in our own
active in the civil rights struggle.One
neighborhood to conscious of the factthere definitelyhas
NEGRO PRESS believe that America con best lead was subject to harassment which included threatenIng
the world from racial and national antagonism when It oc- been a change.The changes do acknowledge are phone calls and attempts to force his car off the road.
cord to every man regardless! of race, creed or color his not restricted to the ,area in which we live but represent The other was told he should have preached more sermonson

,human and legal right, Hating no man, fearing no man-thi part of the universal concession granted the op- "peace of mind", Apparently some people believe sermons -
Negro Press strives to help every man In the firm belief that pressed in their bid for social acceptance. This desirefor should be "talk to sleep by" rather than stimulatingmoral
all men are hurt a* long a* anyone I I. held back. equal privileges usually attributed to the Negro is a challenges.This .

'universal problem,embraced by all the oppressed peopleof refusal to face the moral crisis of our nationallife
is shared by too many congregations. In the South
the world. The concessions offered and accepted
LEGISLATURE DISAPPOINTEDThe many churches actively aid segregationists, even allowing
have served as a cushion between the opposing fac-
segregated schools to be set in church buildings for the
United States Supreme Court on Monday decided tions, and ere responsible for the fire remaining in a of up school And
against Florida's reapportionment, to the dismay of legislators purpose frustrating public integration. many
smoldering state. ministers in all sections are content to follow their parishloner's -
convening for a special session to rewrite
In a recent address at the Hebrew Academy of prejudices, in defiance of the Ideals of brotherhoodand
The court ruled the legislation invalid.
Greater Miami, the Honorable Supreme Court Justice equality.

Attorney General Earl Faircloth said he would probably Abe Fortas said, "The Negroes and the poor have replaced Fortunately, the mainstream of American religious life
advise Governor Kirk to adjourn the Constitutional Revi the Jews as the shocktroops in the war for humanity is fully committed to these ideals. Religious leaders of all
and human values." the the faiths have spoken out for social justice and have taken
sion Session and go immediately into a reapportionment lie puts Negro in
the lead in fighting for equal rights.
session. facefront the ratio of the
even though Negro as com-
Last spring the General Assembly of the United Presby-
pared to the poor of the country, represent a very small
terian Church, representing more than 3 million people,
HEADLEY AGAINST KIRK'S POLICE percentage. It appears the Negro is the chosen cham- overwhelmingly approved a creedal statement affirming

Miami's Police Chid Walter Headley is not favoring pion of all these people desirious of human values. its obligation to work for social justice. Other leading

Governor Kirk's privately named crime fighters. He wantsa His injustice, having been the most severe, makes him church bodies have made similar statements.

state-wide police force to fight a war against syndi- the most logical standard bearer. Countless priests, nuns, ministers and rabbis have risk

cated crime and corruption.The Justice Fortas is also quoted as saying "You will ed danger in civil rights demonstrations in the South, and(
some have been martyred there. Their and dedica-
of courage
note I speak as shocktroops'who must
chief has refused to let Wackenhut Corporation in-. persons tion are symbols of the determination of enlightened relI-
files because it vio- lead an advance, not as those to whom the nation owesan leaders
the their
vestigator study city's intelligence gious to keep faith relevant to the modern
lates local and federal policies. obligation." This statement will make it appear Justice world and to help solve the great problems of our day.
Wackenhut is the firm named by Kirk to probe crime Fortas is in accord with the Negro's efforts in Many churches are active in anti-poverty programs and

with backing from private citizens. taking the initiative in his own well-being. It also shows others are using church contracts to help insure fair em-

that he feels the Injustice suffered by the Negro does ployment practices by companies working for them. Vital
not place him in the unique position where he can make field work is being done by organizations like the Delta
Ministry, an arm of the National Council of Churches
CON MAN GETS $3,500 ,
claim on the Federal Government for the grievances he and
that organization's Commission on Religion and
Believe it or not, the con-folks will not quit as long as may harbor. He gives the impression of believing the Race. Churches are also active In helping to build Integrated -
they find people willing to converse; with them. dreams and desires of the Negro can only be accom- housing. The American Jewish Congress and several

The last case reported was that of a 65-year-old woman plished through his own insistence. Does this state- other organizations do an excellent job of educating the

who was robbed of $3,500. Too bad. ment by Justice Fortas explain the thinking behind some public about racial problems.
i of our recent Supreme Court Decisions? Does the Su- Recently the National Conference of Catholic Bishops
The method used was called the "Bank Con Game." A issued a Pastoral statement on Race Relations and Poverty
Court accept the Negro and the solutions of his
man posing as a bank officer, Informed the victim that, which called for "changing the hearts of men" by instilling
there had been an embezzlement from her account, and problems as the cure-all to America's social injustices ? a "true sense of neighborliness, based upol'a, religiously

she must come to the bank with a plain white envelopeand Justice Fortas envisions the Negro and the pooras Inspired conviction that all men are equal before God and.
withdraw her savings so that the bank could check an untapped source of new and unused cultural ,rind that ail should be welcomed in our midst."

the books. economic wealth. This view is shared by most of the "Changing the hearts of men" will not be easy, but it

knowledgeable individuals in our society, and will serveas is a task for which our churches are eminently suited. A
Returning home, a second con-man knocked at the door, start should be made in some of our more comfortable
the basis for future concessions. The
saying he was a policeman wanting to talk with her. lie one person suburbs where racial exclusion In housing seems to be an
seemingly of his role in the future of Americais
left with the envelope, promising to return It on Monday. unaware article of faith. An effort must also be made to help those
Easy prey, wasn't she? the Negro. In most cases this is due to the total disassociation insecure, newly-arrived members of the lower-middle class,

If you'have any business to do with banks, do it your- expressed by Negroes to world affairs. like those in Chicago who threw rocks at priests and nuns
; self or let someone you know and trust, take care of it America's role as leader of the Western Hemispheremakes demonstrating for open housing. Their moral education has

for you. i its citizens co-leaders in deciding world policy. not Increased as much as their Incomes have.It .

The telephone is mighty useful, but is also used for If we are to offer sound and thoughtful leadership, all is obvious that a massive national educational effort
robberies as was done In this case. must accept world affairs as our personal problem. must be made to counter the racism which is so much a

Senior citizens, let this case be a warning for you. The acquisition of first class citizenship for the part of our national life. Our Religious bodies have a
great mission to perform in this area and I
am hopefulthat
Negro' in America is inevitable. The signs of the times
their enlightened leadership will set the for the
COUNTY MANAGER APPOINTED TO COMMITTEE offer definite proof of this, but the pace of change depends rest of us.Our pace

Robert Weaver, secretary of U. S. Housing and Urban on the ability of the Negro to take advantage of churches cannot be content to preach "peace of

Development, has appointed County Manager Porter.every opportunity. Those people handicapped becauseof mind" at a time of moral crisis. They must be in the van-

Homer to an advisory ,committee to help Implement the'' their education must make an earnest effort to pre- guard of change, showing the nation the true path of

1966 Demonstration Cities Act. pare themselves.Those having become complacent with righteousness.

Secretary Weaver has named a 20-member committeeto the present status-quo must create or develope new'
advise him on the new legislation aimed at attacking values. Values that will place them once again on the

urban problems. ,competitive market. They must develop a thirst for
"I need the advice of the best minds this nation can that will be
Weaver. knowledge only satisfied with fulfillment. LET'S TAW( POLITICS
afford, said Secretary the When this desire has manifested itself as the basis for
"The act challenges us to provide leadership '
entire nation in meeting the needs of our urban areas future Negro achievement, all boundaries will case to By NORMAN E. JONES

through innovation and coordination of our new and exist- exist. The untapped cultural and economic wealth envisioned -

ing efforts." by Justice Fortas will have become a reality.We've The
ever widening breach between various individual
the recommendation of County Manager Porter
movements and organizations for the dominant leadershipof
Homer, Dr John M. Presley, director of the Sunland the
Negro was dramatized in
recently the city of St.
Center named by the commission on
Training ,
Petersburg, when a militant St.
young Petersburg Negro,
as director of Metro's new Department of Youth Services. a dedicated of
disciple Stokley Carmichael and the
The salary attached to this office will be $18,720 a Movedt! of "black philosophy
power", organized a chapter of SNCC.
year. more commonly called "snick" and immediately set about

to capture the support and sympathy of the mass Negro.
We could not have picked a time
MRS. DUNCAN DIESMrs. more opportune as
Into Our the city administration was In disfavor as a result of the
James Duncan, wife of the Rt. Rev. James L. handling of the walkoff by city employed garbage collectors

Duncan, Suffragan Bishop of the Episcopal Church, plus the dilly-dallying manner of the handling of the proposed
died in her sleep at her home, 3800 Alhambra Court on appointment of a director of the St. Petersburg
Saturday morning. Funeral services with Requiem Eu- New Home community relations council.

charist, were held at St. Phillips Church, Coral Gables SNCC leader Joe Waller and his active followers pickedas
Tuesday morning. The Rt. Rev. Henry I. Louttit D.D., their first target a mural which had hung for some 20

Bishop of the Diocese of South Florida, officiating. years, more or less In the city hall depicting a picnic

Burial was at Woodlawn Cemetery Surviving are a daughter 6530 NW 15th Ave. minstrel scene in the early days on the beach with two Negro

and 17 and 15 of entertainers entertaining the group, depicted in
21 two sons
years age.
caricature, with big white lips etc*, in the southern anti-

Miami, Florida bellum Waller tradition.sought the removal of this mural, which he

REPRESENTATIVE BOND SEATED stated degraded the Negro image and threatened a march

Julian.Bond 26, a Democrat from Atlanta, Ga., was 33147 downtown sive mural was on not Xmas removed.Eve: as a protest If such offen-

elected but denied his seat because of a statement he Negroes who
identified themselves
made about the United States involvement and policyin leaders" called what as "Negro community
was supposed to be a secret
the Vietnamese war.He testified before the House in meeting to prevent the threatened march some of these established -

January 1966 that he admired the courage of anyone who Negro community leaders tipped of Waller, who
burned a draft cardbut said he would not bum his own. A L. showed up at the meeting, much to the embarrassment and

The House then denied Bond his seat. He was again .I 'sHJ! ,; J.jpri chagrin of those suppnsedly secretly called.

elected in a special session, again denied. He took He was denied to speak in his behalf by the meeting,

the matter to the Supreme Court. Last December the 691-0421 691-0455 and those present agreed to stop the protest march and
court ruled that his statements did not disqualify him. went lowers on record of condemning Waller Snick and his fol-
# proclaiming themselves as leaders of the \egro
This young man is now a member of the Georgia House. To
community. ( be continued. I

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i Coconut Grove Senior Citizens 'Eniov i "Christmas Party. '.

On Dec. 16, the Senior been meeting and working under ses. encourage and gave to us
Citizens Club members had adverse conditions at We take this method of when asked. Also the NYC 1
their Christmas party at their times to make our dream come thanking those merchants of workers. Our meeting nightsare I
ji temporary home, (Grand Ave. true. This will be the first Coconut Grove who have con- the 1st and 3rd Friday
Building, 236 Grand Ave.). It time that our Negro senior citizens tributed from time to time to nights in each month.
actually had a place
was a real old fashioned party
even the young would have that they could call their own.
enjoyed themselves. We had This dream was begun about PROTECT YOUR FURNITURE
}HOLD 3.6 MILLION EDGE our usual spiritual devotional 13 months ago, with a very WITHOUT HIDING ITS BEAUTY
Women and girls outnumber men and boys in service which is always enjoyed ., few members, who were con- o, CUSTOM MADE
the United States by 3.6 million, according to the 1966 by those who attend. sistent and determined in oi PLASTIC FURNITURE
Statistical Abstract of the United States issued by the Several Christmas carols were getting what theyneeded a s '3
well wanted. Commissioner SLIP COVERS
as To
sung by the audience.
U. S. Department of Commerce's Bureau of the Census. will
Athalie Range we
Our special guest of the always be grateful. e KISS .AU.I > 4
Little Donna Rowe became member of the e LONG LAITIN d
a "Jet evening was Commissioner rim UMTANT : iC
Set," when she came down from Philadelphia to spend Athalie Range. Before her During the course of the .Mill UARAMTIIDHUH
the holidays' with her cousins, Adria and Traci Harrison arrival Miss Olive Alexander evening we were served refreshments -
talked in regards to the Christmas 1O T Nt
of Opa-locka. prepared by the VMKMAII. A T A T
season. Different mem-
NYC workers who also helped MIIIIM.IAIJIII
bers participated in an impromptu Mrs. Baker decorate the S MM PIt1 ITIMATIIe ,
Toby's was the scene of a birthday celebration on program, readings, solos, so beautifully with the season's CVZIONt SPECIAJJtNG
Sunday, honoring Lewis Wright, hosted by his wife, and Christmas story was read. theme.Mr. Leo Russell All Wile vimllM IN PLASTIC DAT CA:ON,
Burnette. Among those dining and enjoying the festivities .- supervisor Mr. Farley Neaa- SLIP COVERS NIdNT
were William Gresham, Emma Ward, Lillian Cooper, At the conclusion of the man, director played Santa EXCLUSIVELY f
Dorothy Books and Melinda Hunter. program, Mrs. Range told us Clause. Presents were presented Home ol Gretchen r ,
the news for which we have to our guests: Mrs.
been waiting to hear for quite Range,Miss AlexanderMr. S.
Postmaster W. M. Dunlap has announced that a Formerly tchen-Ncholi! Plastic Cover
some time.The acquisition o f Smith, Mr. Leo Russell, Mr.
new 25-cent postage stamp will go on sale Feb. 14 our new and permanent home, O. Scarboro, Mrs. Mazon, Mr.
known as Frederick Douglass' stamp. 'in the Elizabeth Virrick park Henry Tucker, Mr. Alston
tact and,adjacent propertyao- Scott, Mr. E, M. Armbrister, Dr. Charles Cushman
Mrs. Pleasant George and son, Alfred spent the quired by the city lately and Mrs. E. M. Sands. All of ,
holidays at Stevenson, Exuma visiting her mother and our senior citizens received
The Senior Citizens have Optometrist
sisters. gifts from our two Santa. Clau-

Moved'from 6321 NW 22nd Avenue
Among holiday visitors to Nassau were Mrs. Lee The Alpha Pi Chi SOl rority will have its. annual

Hamilton and granddaughter, Rosyln and Norma Du- Founders's Fashion Tea oa I Sunday afternoon, Jan.. To 8101 NW 22.d Ave.
Woody. 15 at 4 p.m. at Bonded R ental Agency's Recreationi

room. Mrs. Peggy V. Dean i: president.
We welcome to our city all members and guests of
Hours: 3.8 p.m. Monday thru Saturday
Newspaper Publishers Association's
Marva Butler was v cationing in the beautiful
Mid-Winter Workshop. The group convenes January 11-, Bahamas, during the ( and New Year holidays. 691-8749
16 with The Miami Times as host. She was the houseguest of ether: cousins Mr. and Mrs.

Desmond Fraser. .
Episcopal Churchwomen of the Miami Deanry ere '" I

invited to a panel discussion at Trinity Church 464 Visiting in Miami last week was Dr. Betram E.
NE 16th Street, January 18, at 10 a.m. Panel: ''Has Sears, son of Mr. and Mrs. E rnest Sears of 1541 NW 65th COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE TV SERVICE
the ECW As We See It Died?" Moderator; The Rev. New Street. Dr. Sears is an assi stant professor in the De- STEREO RADIO TAPE RECORDER
ton C. Wilbur. partment of Anesthesiology' at the University of Ok lad -
homa School of Medicine ant Director of Anesthesia at
Houseguesting with Janie Brown is her sister, Children's Memorial Hospiwas tal on Oklahama City. He VET TV
Mattie Lawson of Passaie, New Jersey.Mr. in Miami to attend the Fourth Annual post graduate

Seminar in AnesthesiologyRoc which was held at the Ede FORMERLY OF JET I IS! NOW VET
John Mlle, a student at Winston-salem's Bible Hotel on Miami Beach.
College divided his holiday between Miami and Nassau.In 3797735TED

Miami, he was guest of his sister, Mrs. Laura Sey- Mrs. Mary Ross was all smiles during the holidays

mour and his brother, Mr. Edward Strachan. In Nassau, because of visitors,her daui ghter,son-in-law, and grandson 846 NW 2ND AVENUE OPEN 9 TO 9
his wife, Vera and family. son, Mr. and .Mrs. Carl lad: and Gregory from Wash-
.ington, D. C .Mrs. Jackson is a teacher in the public
The Gulf Oil Corporation hosted the cocktail party school in Washington.TAKE .
for the National Newspapers Publishers Association
Mid-Winter Workshop, Wednesday evening atthe Starlight THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK: ,

Club Room. If today we take that chance to study, ,. SEPTIC ,TANK TROUBLE??
If today we take that chance to speak,
On Sunday, John and Ida Belle Moseley attended the' I f today we take that chance to create,
funeral of their aunt, Mrs. Rebecca C. Morris of Gittord, If today we take that chance to share, When your septic tank drain begin to give you
Florida. If today we take that chanr to serve, trouble, don't fUll or curse, call us. Chapman fr
If today we take that chance to make decisions, Washington NW section Call NE 5.9089
Emma Ward was hostess for the NEONTHA'sChrist If today we take that chance to accept responsibility,
mas party at her 68th Street home.
Chance is another word for OPPORTUNITY 24 HOUR SERVICE

Mrs. Edna M. Tallmadge has returned to her home, Mrs. Lenore S. Forti
after attending the funeral of her cousin in Columbia,
South Carolina.Mrs. /

Jonathan (ElmiraTinker,former Miamian, died YOUR FAMILY TO
at Brunswick, Georgia, January 8. Funeral services CHURCH SUNDAY '
January 15.
Get well wishes to Lorett Rogers, Alberta (Tina) .
Moss, at home; Selwyn Moss at Jackson; Rebecca Mat- _
thew, Rosa Taylor, Julita Pompey at Mt. Sinai; Percy
Styles, Mr. Clarence Hogan and Hazel Matthews.
Mr*. FroxUr at the

Olivia Russell (Jenice) were among those enjoy
ing the holidays in Nassau. LITTLE NOOKS
There is so little words can say, but deepest.
sympathy is yours today" to the following familiesin toy "A healthy scalp
their loss of loved ones: Cash family of Coconut produces healthy hair. M
Grove; Bain, Capers, Tinker-Bailey-Sherman-Sears. Bring us'. your eautyproblems.

Invitations are in the mall for the annual Founder'sDay SAiEIDRESSES
Fashion show and Tea of Alpha Gamma Chapter of 5000 Free NW Scalp 27th Treatment Avenue
Alpha Pi Chi Sorority. Peggy V. Dean is president.The 633-9209 or 635-6811

Pates (William and Nancy) of Detroit have
fled Winter's fury and have opened their winter home in
Liberty City. '
Forsaking Miami's balmy weather for a white Christmas -
in New York are Tuanita Mann and daughter,Gloria, the
Grace Higgs and Lucille Wright. RANCHERBiscayne

Blvd. & 126th St. .
The Southern Singers are entertaining friends witha 50% 4
party on Saturday night at 8 p.m. at the home of Helen 10 to 3 A.M. 4I
Manor, 1535 NW 68th St. Ulysses Morris is director.Mr. OFF I

and Mrs. George (Alma) Cash of Jacksonvilleare IRA SULUVAN THE FOUR I \ and More
in the city to attend the funeral of his father, Mr. Dofafio
George T. Cash of Coconut Grove. PLUS iss rq's

Among those receiving invitations to the Gover THE soh YcareAd Othln8 OPEN EVENINGS

nor's Inaugural Ball and special festivities were David DAVE AKINS TRIO Carried fan t9 vcrdactions .-
Mumford who stopped over in Tallahassee -
and Thelma C. ,
after a short stay in Georgia. \ \ I \ EDISON CENTER
JAZZ Q 6112 NW 7th Avenue

Here for the funeral of her brother, John C. Capers SUNDAY AFTERNOON torncrv MiamiFEMALES
i are Mrs. Rosa Lee Webb and son, Kenneth of New York Admission Free

City. 5:30 to 1:00 a.m.

Lula Johnson of Quincy, spent the holidays with HAPPY NEW YEAR stock
her sister. and brother-in-law, the Luther (Blanche) Careys.

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ChallengeOf I BY JIMMY "SCOOP" BETHEL_ By Gwendolyn,- Lavern Ross

V.I.P. OF '67 IN THE NEWS Heavyweight King SCHOOL SCOOTS
fir Cassius Clay in New :York training at the New Garden You are cordially Invited to attend "A Night at tl'Iheatre"
and 20 at 8 P.M in Palmct
967By Gym on 30th St. and 8th Ave. for the Fe>. 6 Ernie on January 19
Performed members of
auditorium. by tJ
title in Houston Texas. The Adam Clay- High School's
Terrell fight ,
Mr. Charles Daniels dran
Drama Guild, it is directed by ,
ton Powells (she's Yvette Flores of Puerto Ricatogether ) -

in their fight against the political backlash. Both refused coach. M S .

to appear at the Wayne Hays (D-Ohio) House Sub Richmond Heights Junior High School's PTA will co

Urban Mrs.League.Louis Glasser, President, Greater Mlamj Committee Investigation because the committee didn'tbroaden vene for its monthly meeting on January 26, at 8 P.:

1 its investigation to include the spending ofall In the auditorium.
elections House Committees. He's in Bimini, Bahamas; she's in Terrine will challenge Richmond Heights in the intr
1967 will be a year of challenge! The recent Randolph basketball to be played on January 26,
San Juan, P. R. with their son A Phillip school game
have increased brazeness boldness and
given militancyto
dean of the nations civil rights leaders, declaring that 2:15, on the court.
the forces that have long sought to block the road to .
of Adam Powell "have no consti-
Negro equality. In the halls of Congress is heard the the enemies Rep. C. OUR PARKS

scurry of retreat. tutional legs to stand on" in their attempts to oust AROUND Any Junior high school boy, wishing to play in tl

There are those who say that reforms have proceededtoo him. Mr. Randolph Is leading a fight in defense of Mr. basketball tournament, sponsored by Richmond Park,mi

fast and that the war on poverty should be cut Powell N.Y.C. Criminal Court bench at $25,000 a do so by applying with Mr. Cambridge. The games w

back for reasons national economy.Let year, they are Negroes, Judge Kenneth N. Phipps of begin at 9:30: A.M. on Saturday, January 21.
our answer oe that our nation, which is spending Manhattan and Judge Albert R. Murray of Brooklyn .

unlimited billions to put a man on the moon, and some Supreme Court Justice Edward R. Dudley took over SOCIAL NOTESA

20 billion dollars a year in fighting an unpopular war this week as new administrative judge of the criminal cast of seven coeds (Betty Dukes, Twila Hargro\

in the muck and filth of the rice paddles in Vietnam. courts of N.Y.C.(a Negro first). Dudley's a former Man- Margaret Uurke, Carrie Frierson, Andra Moore, La Glor
nation should be able to and sustain domestic
our create a and Sherrel Mathews) played hostess to 1(
plan to make it possible for impoverished people competein hattan Borough President Dick Tiger Light Heavyweight guests at a party at Andrea's home in Howard, on Ja
the free enterprise marketplace. The time is now. Doingtoo King, voted "fighter" of the year '66"; by the 6.

little, too late, is false economy. The situation demandsa Boxing Writer Association for beating ex-champ Jose uary 0

crash program to break the cycle of poor education, Torres of Puerto Rico. This is the second time that Order your donuts NOW from any member of Gi

low paid jobs, massive Negro unemployment, poor hous- this 37-year-old lad from Nigeria, Africa won this honor. Scout Troop 503. The girls will be selling all day Sati
ing and broken homes that breed despair and degradation Tiger won the "Edward J. Neil Trophy in 62" when he day, January 14.
the almost certain forerunners of rebellion in the streets. beat Gene Fullmer for the Middle Weight title. o S
This is a challenge of 1967. Intrigue and suspense surrounded Miss Betsy Jom.

19th birthday, when she was honored with a surpn

There are those who say that Negroes do not use their birthday party given by her friend, Linda Dallas. M,
money to improve themselves and learn a skill. No res- Jan. 3, Jack Ruby,the man who killed the accused Jones, formerly fo Bartow, Florida, now resides In t

ponsible person should be guilty of such a blanket Indict- killer of John F. Kennedy died of cancer leaving unsol- Heights. .
ment. for it is a brutal fact that for the Negro even ved one of life's great mysteries. Why did he kill Lee M

the opportunity to learn today's skills has been systema- Harvey Oswald??? Jan 3, Washington--The House INSIDE OUR CHURCHES
tically denied him in many unions, apprenticeship and on- Administrative Committee has fired Mrs. Adam Clayton Double events will mark the first 'anniversary of t

the-Job training programs. Something must be done to Powell from her $20,000 a year job as her husband's Deacon and Deaconess Board of Second Baptist Chun

correct this condition. now, This is a challenge of 1967. special secretary. Now let the House Admin. Committee On Friday, at 8 P.M., January 20,and Sunday, at 3 P.R Jol)
There are those who say that violence and disorder January 22, programs will be presented.
have gone too far and that extremists must be contained. really clean house. Dave Rockefeller, Pres.,Chase Ferguson Is the pastor.
Manhattan Bank will speak at the Century Club's 25th
To hear the ominous talk about the current spokesman -
of Black Power, one would suppose that Stokley annual dinner, Jan. 19at the Harlem YMCA honoring the RAINBOWSOCIAL 18 YEARS OF RESPONSIBLEBUILDING
Carmichael was some sort of black Napolean Instead of Community Businesses Poppy Cannon White (beau- SERVICE TO
a lad of 25 or 26 who harbors an illusion that American 'tiful gal columnist) writer of the NY Amsterdam news CIVIC CLUBThe THE COMMUNITY

Negroes can ride to power on a wave of hatred for whites. sheet "Poppy's notes" a model beauty in her own rights, Rainbow SocialCivicclub

Everydoby deplores riots, but everybody should deploreeven walking the avenues greeting the people. Note from a was organized January Wktu BUYING or BUILDING

more the conditions to which violence, looting and fan! Dear Scoop, it's nice to see the king return to the 28, 1966. CALL STANLEY
vandalism irrational .
are an
response.Let Times Newspaper-namely, Mr. Stanley Sweeting, or The membership consistsof
us remember that for Negro whohurls brick
every a ,
12 members. Mrs. Jessie P 1-1604
call him Mr. Newspaper man. Congrats. ,
there are tens of thousands similarly disadvantaged and Smith was elected presidentin o
disillusioned who do not. Let us remember that among the 1966 and again in 1967. .Beautiful Horn*i
great majority of the leaders and followers of the Negro We have had numerous social Built en.Your'L' *
revolution, the racial reserve of patience and sanity and events during the past ,1 lrY er Our
responsibility has never failed. year including a very unique Attroctiv.! Altero
The Urban League believes that extremism, whetherin Rainbow Social Hours. liens and Addition

the form of Black Nationalism or White Ku Kluxism, We brought holiday I .Let U. Demelltl
Is not a virtue but a vice. Much as we are aware of the- cheer to those less fortunateand Eli 11 Your Worn Ou
wide gap that exists between Negro and White unemployment the club donated two Xmas Heuse and Build <
housing and other indices of poverty, we must never- Lowly New Honx
theless exert every effort to prevent Irresponsible sloganeering The year of 1966 was Cell U. fef Poets Abew

hoodlumism, or wanton violence from scarring the face brought to an end with a gal asocial Building
of MiamL affair for the members Good Bonk Financing
their families and friends.We .
Eddy Pearl Shirley Dot Annie Buster
Whitney Young, executive director of the National Urban cordially extend an STANLEY BUILDERSinc.
invitation to the other social
has said "In of all the and in-
League, : spite provocations clubs and friends .
to attendour
dignaties forced upon the American Negro by a nation social affairs for the
Our "girl of the week." Annie hails from Trenton New Licensed lisvrea1
which treats democracy as a myth and freedom as a distant year of 1967.Beatrice .
goal, we must believe in the basic decency of people Jersey resides at 50 Ward ave. She was engaged to Mr. Hadnell is reporter. 888 N. E. 79th Street
for the basis of civilization is the mutual trust and beliefin Clennon Lattimer for 18 months. They left Trenton, motoring Miami'FloridaMKJftWtJftPT'

the goodness of other human beings.Strivingfor achieve- to Miami where they will get married and honey-

ment is far better than yielding to bitterness and despair. moon for two weeks. While there they will visit the ,
Urban of Greater Miami be other- > % iirywMV, I
The League cannot
Miami Times Office. Annie likes: dancing the duck, Throu unmatchable fservicelandfthanks.i
wise than,an integral part of the civil rights movement.We i
rock and roll music. Singers: The Four Tops, song, ,
other concernedwith fa patronag'ewe .
cooperate with responsible groups your .eve grown ,((1
equality of opportunity and civil rights. But our "Reach Out. She's 20 years old and the daughter of f

basic philosophy is achieving equal opportunity and civil Mrs. Ora Howell of 76 Pennington Ave. Trenton, N. J. Now 3 LocationsTo

rights for Negroes through negotiations and persuasion.We Clennon Lattimore is a former Miamian.

believe in the militancy of facts, rather than in

Molotov coktails. Research and facts are Important tools Serve You
used by our professional staff. The League demonstratesevery TEEN TALK AND MUSIC SURVEY Aaron Neville's

day that Negroes and whites can work together' hit "Tell it Like it is" dedicated to lovely Dorothy:
the advancement of all Americans. In so doing, we makea Williams of Trent pnand her boyfriend George Grancis. *

contribution not only to the Negroes of Greater Miami, Wedding Bells, re due-D t's address? 54th Hart Ave 'lt1
but also to the community as a whole. Eck D 'II' ..Store
Trenton, N.J.celebratingNew Years at the Lenox lounge)
The danger we face in the year ahead is not black 1 .f
with Harvey Hall and the gang Junior Teen set x6dEconMy
Power or white backlash, but the apathy of the Negro UQtHW A irJl -
masses at the bottom of the economic ladder, and the In- Eddie and Shirley Shelton talking their Mommie shoppingfor

difference of whites who are concerned with their own daily a holiday treat. Mommy is Pearlene Moss Shelton. *

routines. "Our Miss Bronze Beauty for the month of December."

The Urban League of Greater Miami, a United Fund Eddie and Shirley dedicate Steve Wonder's A Place in DrryStori #Z5720wNW

agency, through inter-racial membership seeks to sparkthe the Sun" to sweet Mommy Pearl Sam and Dave's"I 'f. ; ; -:: i
indifferent and apathetic and to convert the bigotedand Have Everything I Need" (a Sam Cook sound alike) ( 17th.' .Avenue. 666:2421r\
antagonistic. It seeks to organize and mobilize the
dedicated Miami-Dade Jr.Collegeco-ed Sharon Light-
r Negro community into effective, disciplined social action
Brook Bentol1' "with All Heart"dedicate
I sey my
to bring about a change of conditions through intelligentuse
of existing social economic and political Institutions.This to the newlyweds, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Hughes. She's Community, Drug' .Store '
; "
is our mission and goal: a better community, a better the former Althea Green The Temptations hit, "I'm :

i America with equal opportunity for all. Losing You"dedicated to Sidney Robinson of Mt.Holly ." 6750 i NW. .aAvenue't9w1-6651'

In 1966 we made sound progress in every programarea N.J. Joe Tex's big sound, "I Know I am Going to
of the Urban League. This year we need more workers Make it" dedicated to Airman Leslie Lewis. Hello Le- *

for an enhanced program. We need and invite ACTIVE wis' lit boy SpiderTurner's "<;tand By Me" to Rev.

members who will lend a hand In the various projects Eugene Berry of Jamaica, N. Y. (formerly of Key West) Prescription Specialists
formulated and carried out by the Urban League. We
a note to Scoop; Please dedicate a nice song to
need and Invite NON-ACTIVE members who will share (
our aspirations but who perhaps lack the time for active our Mrs. Emma L. Clemons. It's Otis Redding's""My Cut Rate Drugs Cosmetics
Lover's Prayer" to Mrs. Clemens Chris Bethel and
participation. We need and invite every reader of TheMlami Money Orders *
Gardiner's "I want to Know where did love Sundries
Times to become a member of the Greater Miami Urban Don our go"
League. New members will help to broaden our scope in to Louise "Poney" Williams of Opa-locka Gene Toiletries Fast Film Service

Interpreting our objectives and activating our Influencein Chandler's preety sound, "such a pretty thing" dedicated *

the community.We to ElnoraRolle (the beauty expert of Coconut Grove)
dare not capitulate to the wave of reaction that is The Elgins, "Heaven Must Have Sent You" dedi- Free Rx Pick Up and Delivery Service

arising like a tidal flood in our land. We must stand firm cated to lovely Estella Cooper, formerly and John Mar- *

against the scuttling of new civil rights legislation and the tin (The Rev. J. H. Martin's son). A newly wedded-item Joseph Poitier & Samuel Johnson, Ownersb
which has been enacted. The crusadefor
sabotaging of that Bethel time and tide wait
This is Scoop saying
true justice and full equality must to on. This is our
for no man, C-U-NX-WK.
challenge for 1967


THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 13, 1967 7


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'" ger link housed In an imp osing structure of magnificent

It ,. I splendor along exclusive Brickell Avenue. Eudora Miller
down from Harlem to.see her aunt In Ocala
,. via a detour through Our Town. .Former '
\- Miamian Edna Rollins-Walton
: ,now a Brow-
It ard County teacher with her two sons Greg
and Kenny, enroute to North Dade General t
Hospital to see her ailing dad. ,S L. Mc '
Neil busily jotting down numerals as he i,,
e pounds away at Income tax figures for the
11 R. C. Coleman Gulf Stations reports. :
Look Alikes: Bob Taylor of local scene and
King Coleman,, the disc Jock ntertalner of
New York City. ,The Quentin Norths' son
Kevin reached his teen-age status December'
e, 7. "SWEETS"

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n. ON A NAPKIN: Helen Jackson (Patrolman
William Bernard) of Opa-Locka, the Bunche Park school-
marm, loather mother New Year's Day. .Joe Cooper's I
rl lovely squaw Betty Hanna youngest sister of Jeanette and
Ir. Ethel Hanna, passed away suddenly last week. Flip Wilson I
,- pirouetted from his Miami Beach club engagement
straight tp; ajtint on the Ed Sullivan Show In Manhattan
's' Most Cooperative People I Know: The Hadley Brothers Dad; 1
se Howard the dentist and Charley the politician They'ddo School Teacher Honored by Opa-locka
ss any kind of favor, for a friend. Why all the fuss and
he hullabaloo "over the ditty "Winchester Cathedral?" I'd Mrs. Albertha M. Ruff, lock read the proclamation, messages from Dade County dan, principal Everglades Jr.
rather listen to "Yesterday" by the Beatles any day. well-known Miamian and Dade proclaiming Sunday, Jan. 8, Mayor Chuck Hall Opa-locka High School, Rev. J. J. Williams
Who's the little filly that's headed for the altar with that school instructor was honored 1967 "Albertha Ruff Day." Mayor Kenton Welts, the Opa- Metropolitan 'MEChurch
at the formal dedication of a The park to be henceforth locka City Commissioners Michael's Kindergarten
he professional playboy recently divorced? tot lot in Opa-locka last Sun known as Albertha Ruff Kiddie opa-locka Civic Club, president of Opa-locka and the
******** *ttt ** lay. The ceremonies held at Korral. Jack Blakely, Mrs. Rosa nationally known Highlanders.
h. SALT WATER TAFFY: The late Felix Johnson, pop- James Street and Washington The program was sponsored Fortson principal of Rainbow* These honors were bestowed .
1.. ular impressarlo of Nassau's one-time famed Zanzibar nite Avenue, were preceded by a. jointly by the Opa-locka Park Elementary school, Mrs. Ruff because
''nnr spot, we hear, died from a double paralytic seizure In his parade with the North Dade Civic Club and the QP** Opa-locka City Manager, Phillip of her outstanding contribution '
home. .Bob Ellis of Klng-the-Tallor haberdashery mart, 'Junior High School band. locka City Recreation Depart- Davis. Program participants to youth groups for manyyears.
made his annual trek to Nassau to spend the holidays with I Maya Kenton Wells of OpaJ.I' ment included congratulatory were Mr. Robert P. Joe .
his mother and sister. Ivan Alexander the Nassauvian .
who formerly managed the exclusive Playboy Club on the
... ..
Island strip, now manages the swank Tropicana at Free- .,
port. .The famous Ink Spots had a tourists sellout at Special Events Planned For -
Tropicana during the week. .The Hawkness Butlers of I
Augusta, Ga., formerly of Miami, were Magic City visitors
during last week. "Hawk" Is band leader In one of the high
Publishers WivesThe
schools there .. Deloria Marshall's aunt, Mrs. Lassie Marshall
i of Valdosta, Ga., visited Our Sal: for the holiday sea- <. N---------- spaper -
The International Room will include Mesdames Frank L.
s I son.****'i.*i* **iTHE ; Publishers Association will be the scene of the Bridge Stanley Washington ,
jI ; WEEK'S' WASH:Atty. GwendolynSawyer-Cherry's ,. hold its Mid-winter workshophere Party scheduled at 2 p.m. Steve Lockett John L. Pro-
: and in Nassau, Jan. 11- Thursday, with Mrs. DeVera Balm Leavell John
WQAM broadcast last Wednesday via the Lee Vogel's late Mw ;{i cope,
16, with the Miami Tines as
of Pharmaco Inc. Coulter,
""I'II"!! Edwards Murphy, 3rd, Kenneth
show brought healthy hurrahs from the listening throng.
as hostess. Mrs. Edwards will C. C. DeJoie, Kenneth wil-
,2. host.An
, She's thefraulein of James L. Cherry of Miami NorthwesternHigh entertaining program present prizes to the winning son. Also Alice Whitaker,
and a member of Coconut Grove's EOPI's legal aid ..',,: has been arranged for the la players and souvenirs to all Alice Hayes, Eleanor Lofton,
tJ dep't. .Diamond Taxi Line sporting cabs that are often mis : dies.The Pillsbury Company, players. Ada Franklin and Betty Granger -
. taken for police cruisers. White Plymouth cars, green Minneapolis, Minn. will hosta Prominent wives attending Reid.
t numerals and lettering, et al which are almost identical. ,.1\ buffett breakfast, Thursday
9 a.m.in the Ou If stream Room
Willie Lamar back from Gov. Kirk's Inauguration In Tal- I
lahassee. .Mrs. Marion Kramer(Helen Robinson)a fern ale featuring some of their newest
.Victor Mr. and Mrs. Herbert E. products. Followingbreakfast,
butterb aU of avoirdupois. Albury, cigar danglingout
Mrs. Eleanor Morris, fashion I
Johnson[ Sr. announces the
of the side of his mouth, midtown posture. .Down ;
., e engagement of her daughter, 'coordinator of the Jordan niirn'
from Tallahassee to visit a niece and her hubby the Winston ,Sharon; Beverly to M'. FreddieI. 'Marsh Dept. store, will directa
Stewarts was Mrs. Daisy B. Wilson. I. Johnson, son of Mrs. Alma tour through the store where
( **tttititi*** Johnson' of Miami. A summer the ladies will receive gifts ROW SHOYMIGOKIVE
NAMES IN THE NEWS: Miami Beach's first and only'Negro ;feddingis planned. and prizes.
Patrolman James Smith, in search of tickets to the .. IN THEATRE
Humming Birds concert for his motherlnlaw. .Mrs Sarah

,.Smalley's 1952 Caddy has been replaced by a 1967 vln-I I]ttWattteeuottte.,': -, -stairs, .. :;i.N arena:"r:)rr atw) ,.:MI.sas.tttttts! :i; ,til, I CeorfieC.mtiVIJsiScott:.
tage. Her granddaughter and hubby, Officer Franklin : :.. -'. '.. were gifted the former. .James Roscoe Chambers is the ,
t Junior Warden of Church of Incarnation. .Jocelyn Bur- HAIR DOCSW'T, GOY/4', ; :' t: -
roughs-Knowles' son Roland is doing a military stint In )I DANDRUFF? ,):: '
Vietnam. .Pioneers Deaths J Carl Capers, retired BTW
school prof and Geoge T. Cash, Coconut Grove business- ITCHY SCALP? ,
man. Earl Grant at the Eden Roc. .R. C Coleman look I I Est
ing for two service station attendants. .Drummerman and FALLING HAIR I ? ,(r: ';
':, bandleader Freddie Scott's new canary-colored Pontiac with
carries a reward do. license plate... Ditto Mary Wilson, I I
: the beautician's gold-colored Caddy. MELD -Y. .s
IS '
'Y '
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j SWEETS TREATS' : Mrs. Frank (Eddie Lee) Smith, I I ". :.\, 1 vifeU& U; I
jI I x whose son Ronald is a senior at F AM U, now has a nephew, 1 ;'*i ij", "..''. : \ I ,' = = I
Dr. Robert Owens III who will take oath of office in Mayas .,\ you
! prexy of Knoxville College in Tenn. Dr. Owens is a I .IUSE" '4- : .1
Tuskegee grad, received his Doctorate from the Universityof \ I t I ttili. '.E .1i

Iowa and taught at Southern University. .The Uigelowb 1 '. HTw Ui .IBBHWHBI BfclBlWGONOmOMMfi
jI of Opa-Locka earned our nod for the area's most-colorful, .
I ji decorated home during the Yuletide holidays. .The Barnes I If
i and Bernice Johnson's homes tied for second place while dry .
,: Fr. and Mrs. Elisha S. Clarke Jr. came In third The I 'GUARANTEED TO HEIJP. Y98R MRWTWIIOR 4

Miami Times to host National Negro Publishers Associa- ? ':,t-- -' YOUR MONEY BAftKf I I Ig
tion this weekend, with Times City Editor Bill McBride 1 ? II
accompanying the group to Nassau, on his initial trek to : .. r,
I II the Bahamas. Things I Never Knew: That Dade 'ounty :. NU..KAIft I II I }
I has a total of 8,537 teachers. lv 7'" '

\ ************* '1 Is.,highly, medicated to help retarded hair growth j I I I t. x

MIAMI MUSINGS: Arthur King's unit of HOPI exchanged .
nd'giv. fast relief of Dandruff, Itchy Scalp J .
I '
gifts among Its personnel during the Xmas office you / .
party held In Central hdqtrs. Former Miamian, Walter and Falling Hair. Ask for it at your favorite j I I t I' i'CI
llnkston and the mussus, social work supervisors and
owners of Walt-Ann School of Music and Art in New York I beauty salon or drug store. J ,1..PauI'
Yuletide holiday visitors. .The Daughters the t I ,'
City were
King, a St. Agnes Guild; Instead of exchanging gifts at I"A Three Month Supply Only ., N llan
.Xmas, fruits and goodies to the sick and shutins of '
the church.gave..Quentin North's mother-in-law Mrs. LelaJohns, TEMPLE I II I ( I" .. ISBa I
down from Asbury Park to see her daughter Bonnie, son- Temple Add GROWER $150. ( .. ....._u. ..
in-law and grands Kevin: and Velda. That's! it, Colks.from. 1.I -, a' I 1 aut

your one-man-newspaper, who knows everybodyand URIEIII-KAlR' ""; I I 1...! "Tf''rJ 1l/t1l,1lL-:".
everybody's racket but who also knows all about that AMI't '
Dade ("a Public Instruction male worker, who Isn't meetIng I IPm\ H PRESS. 'o 8EN T'. #$7III !
his biological obligations. .And whose secret" won'tbe .1." ....:..> ......
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so hush-hush after January leaves the


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 13,. 1967 9

2 More Child _ _ -. -. ,

OpportunityCenters IF IFpy"

r, Open

i Two new Child Opportunity -
Centers have been addedto
h Qt the 12 already part of the
BY DAVE BONDU war on poverty in Dade County.
They will enable another 89
--- --- children to benefit from the
There is so much going on that it is hard to know Child Opportunity Program,
where to start this week. Representative Powell (Adam established some two years
Clayton, that is) decided to go back and face the music ago by the Economic Oppor-
tunity Program, established
finally. So he was ousted. Looking at that from a tax- some two years ago by the
payers point of view, I think that anyone who uses my Economic Opportunity Program *
money and yours unwisely, regardless of who it is, Inc., the agency that
should not be in fights the war on poverty in
a public office. We work hard for our
Greater Miami. It brings the
monies, and pay our taxes. We elect these persons to total number of children closeto
represent us (and most of them have no idea what we one thousand.The .

have in mind when the big issues come up) and some
of them will take advantage of their situation. His wife Centers and their directors

has been his secretary for over a year. She hasbeenin Goulds are:Child Opportunity

another country, and has not received a check for her Program Center, 11590 Old
$20,000 a year job. "He handles all of the finances for Cutler Road,Ooulds,Fla Tel: ,
the home, and he therefore gets the checks," yet, she is 12472645.director. Miss Cora Kinsey j >rl ? 4

says she has not seen him for over a year, and his
"other secretary" has been travelling with him. This
leaves the questions of how many others on his payrollare Mt. Zion Child Opportunity
being handled likewise? Not being a politician Center' 301 NW 9th Street.
,Tel: 371-8317. Mrs. Claudia
cannot answer a lot of questions on this subject, but I Fuller is director.
am a taxpayer, like all of my readers, and it makes us
wonder about our hard earned cash. A lot of closets

have skeletons, but how many are known?

.* .* .* .* .* *
Now the Bahamas campaign between the ,PLP and :

the UBP parties was a hot and much spirited election. REV. ROOSEVELT
The PLP party is called the "opposing blacks" and FRANKLINOf
the UBP is the reigning "white man's domination L

group." The colony is 85% Negro, yet this rule has Macon, Georgia _

gone on for over 300 years. The preditions were thatthe DIVINE .
would maintain control of the of Assembly
GIRL TALK Lynn Redgrave (center), the exciting 23-yeor old English actress
(legislature through which Bahamians exe- J!.tut is truly giving victory "
cise British-guided "self rule") L. 0. Pindling and sir to many, many people's who skyrocketed to overnight renown in Columbia Pictures' "Georgy Girl, talked
Stafford Sands are the two men who were in "front. of problems. about the motion picture with guests, including (l-r): Mrs. Kenneth Drew, Mrs. Byron ,
the gun." SUCCESS or write CAN BE YOURS.See Lewis, Mrs. Martha Cameron, and Miss Judith Moye, at a press reception followinga
me today. I
PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Shirley Cole have a special message for screening of the contemporary mod comedy filmed/ in England. Miss Redgrave, mem-
every troubled soul. Last ber of the distinguished acting family which includes father Sir Michael Redgrave,

PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Mike Goodman were week helped many by many my special people sister Vanessa, and brother Corin, became the most toasted actress on the /international -
selected Bible reading to scene after "Georgy Girl" opened to resounding audience and critical acclaim -
DOCTOR OF THE WEEK: James Hogan be read on Special Days. at its world premier earlier this fall. "Georgy Girl," produced by Robert A.
If you want to be delivered Goldston and Otto Plaschkes, co-stars James Mason and Alan Bates.
quickly Send
$1.00 and
QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Jockey jack, formerly stampedself-addressed en-
the "Nassau Daddy" bf WMBM, was in town recently VftV.toROOSEVELTFRANKLIN
f ---- - --- nn
for a couple of days. He is now the PR man with ,
1490 On Your Dial
;;Decca Records, and was in for Earl Grant's opening at
Harry's American Bar of the.Eden Roc Hotel.The opening 630 MORROW AVENUE I OUR CLASSIFIED ADS BLANCHE CALLOWAY
SH 5-6475
) was just great, and we saw Cab Calloway and his
famous sister, Blanche, along with Eleanor Howard in You will get these I BRING RESULTS I PROGRESS REPORT
Special Selected
the "first nighters" welcome group. Earl will be there Verier By Return Bible Mall L J Times Daily

until next Saturday .Don't you think Governor Kirk's ---- - ---- 8 LI4., 1:55 and to p.m.
Erika is the prettiest? We have a "sneaky" little Go-

venor. and we wish him the best. Mayme Is happy now,

you know, she is a Republican! sn't she the sneakyone together to make preparations for the United Golfer's
too? A night in Nassau, which was founded by Association Meeting at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel in
Klyde Killens (a new way to spell Clyde), will be heldin March, and the tournament in August.As we understandit Call
M rch. We would have to let you know the date and
a dinner-dance is in the making and you are all goingto
place as soon as Clyde gets it set up. This is reallyone be invited to attend and make the visitors feel at home. IL.i CHARLESROGER'S
of the most "looked-forward-to"affairs in Miami. .

The Credit Union of the EOPI will meet on Jan. 25 If you are an RN or LPN, or nurses' aide, please
at 7:30 p.m. at the Culmer Center on 11th St. AU mem- send me a post card to the Miami Times, I have news
bers are asked to participate. This is the county-wide for you '. Did you see the beautiful new. home of 1
meeting, and will be very informative Nothing has about
Channel 10 TV? It is on Biscayne Boulevard at
been done about the lights needed. 58th St. and 10th 40th St. The Brownsville Federal Credit Union 1-= AT PL 1-7502
Ave. and 58th St. and 12th Ave as yet. wonder if
will hold its first annual meeting on January 18 at 7:1: 0
they are awiting for someone to get killed at one of
p.m. at the Brownsville Neighborhood Center. They are
these intersections before doing something about them? electing a Board of Directors and Credit committeeat For A Good Buy on

that time Roger Williams is president ot the
The over-hanging tree limbs on 10th Avenuedonct help
Brownsville Community Center Advisory Board A Piano
motorists see any better. One of my neighbors called Organ,
about a petition being circulated throughout the neigh.
borhood, but I am ashamed to say I can't remember her Earl Grant took time off Saturday night to pay a visitto Scott Stereoor
name. I know, however, that she reads the column, and My Place to hear Jeff Addams Dave Bondu, Jr. i ii
will contact me again Variety Children's 'Hospital is playing at Jilly's with Sam Early's band. i

is making its annual plea for funds. You probably Orchestra
know that Variety is now included in United Fund, and Take care until next week, Till then, LIVE LIFE,
they are mostly supported by private donations. Thisis EVERY GOLDEN MINUTE OF IT. PEACEI Instruments

one hospital that will take any child for treatment ,
and ask questions later. It has long since been one of
our favorite charities, and we would like to suggest that SUPPORT YOUR YMCA

give you as much as you can, whenever you can to this

wonderful organization Christian Hospital still
needs blood donors. They are paying for blood, and you
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same. Please give Mable Marks is home again, :
with children, Michelle and Paul, after staying the Miami Times

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he had towork doubly hard at his"ZIP Presson
Dave sez .
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7th Avenue at 46th St., cause she wasn't here to 4: '

help Congratulations are in order to Robert and :. Dear Sir: .
shirley Seldon of Shirley's Market. They have just purchased -
a beautiful new home. We are so happy for them. i Enclosed please find the sum of J_

i to cover tote cost of a subscription to
who traveledto
Betty Timmons, popular schoolmarm, E
Europe last summer, brought back some souvenir i the Miami Times = i
fans for a couple of people we know, and they havenot

been delivered yet. Would you believe? Johnny i Mail Paper Tu< VICTOR PIANOS & ORGANSCorner
Hartman Joe Williams, and more are expected to be here
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within the week for Mrs. Joseph Kennedy's benefit affair NW 54th St. & HW 3rd AM. PL 17503Or"2010

on Miami Beach. Will tell you more about it next City Slate _ZIP Code_ : BUcoyst Blvd. Miami FR 1-o.t01
week Willie Temple didn't have anything to do but ..
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busted under his truck. Doctor
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South Florida Hospital -
Council w'P sponsor a
Modeling Nurses Refresher Course for
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Tt r rI nurses beginning Feb.
2nd. The 20-hour lectureseries
A womanS guide to developing will be held at Jackson Me-

__ r poise.rlwnn and morial Hospital on Tuesdayand
I Thursday evenings from
t techniques(fprofessional modeling 7 to 9:30 p.m.Immediately.
following the
lecture series, two weeks of
Q-] have a double chin. It is possible to make my double clinical practice will be offered
chi n less noticeable"AYes ? in community hospitals.The .
the of makeup. lend a darker course is open to all
r qti through proper use nurses eligible for
foundation to the fleshy area of the chin. This, usually, in the State of registration Florida.-
will make the double chin less noticeable. Registration fee is $10. and
applications may be obtainedby
calling 379-3995 or writing
({-I would like to be several sizes smaller in order to model
j 2 Coral Way, Miami 33131.
clothes. What should I do about my weight problem?
A-Kxercises: play a definite role in distributing your weightin
proper proportion. Diet really is the recommendedmeans EAST COAST TAILORS
of losing weight. Diet effects pounds; exercise
effects inches. For the diet that Is proper for you a physician Headquarters for the
should be consulted. Then follow the diet.lMy Well Dressed Man

Alterations andRemodellng

j(I beautician says'more and more women are using FAST SERVICE
chemicals to relax the curls in their hair. Are chemicals Shouldn't your tailor b.

I From left to right:Joan McCroy, Cheryl Pride, Dr. Evelyn Sharpe, Minnie Moten, dangerous? and, EAST COAST
A-Most Key Models do use chemical straighteners,
Mr. James Green, Eddie Cason, Daisy Sapp, and Carl Weaver. more and more women are turning toward 'this modern 111 NW 62 ST.

method of haircare. Fear of chemicals originated through PL 83901A

. Bethune Interne Teachers See 'Whole World' burning sensations experienced when some hair straight- cuff whlU ;you wait
eners were applied by beauticians; however, the Epic anytime
Twenty-seven seniors re- Orange Center Elementaryin was a very rewarding ex chemical curl relaxer is cool, as gentle as shampooing
turned to the classroom at Orlando is an accelerated perience. contains nothing that stings the scalp leaves the hair with '
Bcthune-Cookman College group. All of them had attended Weaver taught a sixth body, and is being recommended more and more.by SAVE UP TO 40%
this week after completing a kinder-garden.. "It is grade class at North andrew beauticians both in small beauty salons and in de- ON
seven week Teacher's Intern amazing to listen to them Gardens Elementary Schoolin partment store salons. Auto Insurance
Program where "A whole read and watch them write," Fort Lauderdale. One of
new world was opened to us" according to Jo An Mc- his special projects was creat- fj-How does'a professional model apply rouge properly to Liability Physical
Cheryl Pride, a future elementary Cray, an elementary educa- ing a veterans day program. achieve the natural look? DamageSR I
teacher fromTam- tion major from Orlando. He said"thekids dramatized j A-A "hint" of rouge, very lightly used, can be applied not 22 FilingNo
pa, said. "My biggest Job was plan- famous battle scenes from only to highlight cheekbones, but also it may be applied Ont Refused
The Intern Program is ning enough material to keep history. They painted hugh beneath the eyebrows, on the forehead, too to accom-
designed to teach beyond the them busy all day." Duringone back drops and special plish today's blush-on makeup. The contour of the face GOOD DRIVERS
conventional class plan and of her'' projects entitled props. Presented on the here should be considered. (We will talk more about No Finance Charge
offer "situation experience"for "Learning about Our City" school's campus, it was facial contours later)You may prefer toadd a faint blush as little as
future teacher s."Out there Miss McCray invited the covered by television and the only on thecheekbones,so apply a small dot of rouge on
they are studying ways In City's Mayor who spoke to local newspaper." the cheekbones at the center of the eye, below the eye 15% DOWNAT
which curricula may be the "little folks" informallyabout socket, another small dot below this, and finally, a Very SHELL'S CITY
activated in thepublicschoolsystem Orlando. He capturedhis Weaver said he thinks small dot of rouge may be placed high on the cheek- (South Poor)
according to James audience with uninteresting more men should enter the bones, near the outer corners of the eyes. Using finger
Green, Field Supervisor of description of"A Policeman elementary field "because tips, blend carefully upward and outward almost to the PLAZA INSURANCE
Interns. ," there are many broken hairline, but not lower than the center of the ear, Liquid AGENCYPhone
homes and the teacher is the
and cream after the foundation for
Cherry Pride, a pretty co- rouges are applied
The students observed ed who was Miss Tampa of only male image some of the" powder. Dry rouge Is applied usually after powder. For : 754-4951
kids will be exposed to. the mural look of models it is best 5941 NW 7th AvenueSAMPSON'S
classroom procedure duringthe 1966 and also one of the top professional to use '
first week. After many ten runnerups for Miss Flor- Minnie Moten, a Day- too little rouge than too much.
conference, where the class ida at Sarasota last year, tona Beach native, interned Fat ..
room supervisor discuss and found audio visual aids to be Campbell Junior High f

answer questions, theinterns very useful in teaching 5th where she was once a student \\g:Tn.pS' sY San";''c ,> ." are put in charge for the following graders. She said "some of the I
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Weaver found themselves in in fact it was like returning 'H'tf' ::,
The student teacher works home again."'
out his own lesson plans and first integrated Miss areas for the ;, llj ,'. ',J\\<'
time. Sapp of Fort Eddie Cason, a business \ s'ar+,11" \ 1466 WH 62 SF.DFVff r makes decisions, no matter \ .
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Myers interned at the local major from Miami internedat ;: \
how unique a situation is. /
Ridgewood Mayes High School in
The most interesting observation ) tary School. Working with a Dade County, He says the Y .696-5711
came from the elementary readiness group (slow learners teaching program is Inter- ., -
education majors. ) "in just four weeks un- esting but he plans a'careerIn .
der her special supervisionthey Insurance. Barbara J. i
The students in Mrs. AnnB. learned to read complete Finley, elementary educa-
Burns first grade class at sentences." She said "This tion major from Miami.
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:: {::':: Negro Will Havs Larger Part in U.S. -Eonomy; in-' 10' Years .

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r4MthU1Ls: .i:: Cleveland Ohio. .Nor-
close that the
Negrogenerated spending by the Negro for of the United States. "Sucha
:' ;( ::::} : man L. McGhee, head of the some $70 billion of the needs, improvement,and program" he predicted

...' .......::.... .... :: l. investment Brokerage Firmof country: gross national pro- entertainment. Assuming he "would in the next years
McGhee & Company and duct of some $735 billion or related, that two thirds of result in the Negro become
of the first Negro mutual approximately ten per cent. this amount were used other-
ing an integral part of
,\ i fll; fund, Everyman Fund de- This, he pointed out was wise, the sum of at least 1/2 phase of American life every, and
j clared this week in a state- supported by the more than billion would be availablefor bring about representation
ment entitled "Outlook for $28 billion of annual earn- developing financial security on the board of directors of
the Negro In 1967 and next in the U.S.
ings by theNegro and econo me participation. the great financial and Industrial .
By ALBERT W. COOKE 10 years"that the measuringrod in 1966 as revealed by statistics corporations of the
of the success of effortsto compiled by the U.S. McGhee called upon Ne- Nation.
How Sweet It achieve full democracy for of Commerce.
Is Department gro leadership to induce the McGhee sees mutual fund
U.S. Citizenry wlllbethepro- Of the $28 billion of ear- Negro masses to enter uponan Everyman the
How sweet It 1st! It's marvelous. of the Negro. McGhee estimated that company as
People, the Lord loves gress ning, Investment program to ac- catalyst that will be the chief
you. He sees! lie knows! He cares! How sweet it is to beloved Statistics of the U.S. eco- some 1 1/2 billion dollars quire substantial shareholdings factor in causing the
by God. Whenever you need some one there he is.. nomy for 1966 by economic may be regarded as surplus in the major financialand upgrading of the Negro -
Thls'world of wonderful things is the gift of God. Nature experts McGhee said dis earnings over the required industrial corporations In America.
has no secrets. Man is limited by his own beliefs and his I
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own imagination. Man is not limited by God. God is love.
Love does not hold back. "Ask and It shall be given."
Seek and yea shall find." This Is love. Isn't it wonderfu:I FINEST

How sweet it is. t DO YOUR PART! LET'S
The rain, sun, moon and the stars are gifts of God.
These are blessings. This is true. Love first love. Loveis
discovering and creating. God la all things; therefore, PM1AMICLEANJ
nothing is evil except thinking makes it so. He said "I am
the I am." I am alpha and omega the beginning and the: Call 691-0421
end." Therefore God is life and death. Life does not die

Death is not a bad thing. It is but a door man passes ...'" I
through on his way to spiritual life. Noghing exist without t ..,?,..- : t-.y.. rrrfrtrtrrrt .....
love. God is love. How sweet it Is to be loved by God,, ........ f: & .t r N1INMt ... ....1

God is life! We have life in us; therefore we have God .,......,.-._ rc.- ":. .:. ;\"tmJIIIj. "I.I;. cl"
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"We are all Gods." There is but one life as there is : : PEAS :

the source of electric current. We are all plugged in ai : PlaEl 'tlt JU\t ;; 5, 0It cur GIEEERors5: It i

electric socket. We are in parallel,not In series. This enables' : PllltA"U t o\K' .... NLLbAt;:- oSI
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In man, there is some thing that directs his life toward : rOMAro/
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John Lee of 1755 NW 6th Nathaniel Brady of 258

Pl. died Monday, Jan. 2. He NW 10th St. died Jan. 2. He
CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS is survived by five nieces: is survived by his mother,Mrs.
Canary Thompson, Alice Willie Daisy Brady,one daughter -
Green, Lucile Thompson, An- Naomi Valdez of NYC
pr nie Bostick and Catherine one sisterMrs.WillieM. John-

CARD OF THANKS CARD OF THANKSThe DEATH NOTICEMary vis Gordon Waters; two and nephews Charley, Per-Harden son great, one grands.granddaughter The body; was two

The family of the late family of the late ; Funeral services were shipped to Arlington, Va. for
I .ryw ""' '' CORNELIUS ODOM held Saturday,Jan. 7 at the St. burial.

who died Dec. 24, 1966. Luke Baptist Church.
Would like to thank the neigh- Mrs. Lula pettway of 200
bors and friends for the cards, a Mrs. Annie Pearl Knox of NW 17th St., Apt. 8 died Jan.
telegrams, floralpieces,visits, 21500 SW 109th Avenue 6, in Washington, D. C. Funeral t
hours of Goulds died 1. services will be held in
and food during our Sunday, Jan.
the chapel Friday, Jan. 13 al
sorrow. She is survived by her husband -
Special thanks to the pas- John; six sons, James, 3 p.m. She is survived by 9

tor, Rev. A. L. Shipp, and Willie, Lennon, Milton, Joe her husbandJohn; one daughter x1f6
Lola! her mother ,
members of New Mt. Moriah and John, Jr.; five daughters, Brown, a
Mrs. Ella Brown ofSelmaAla.her y
/ Thanks to the Essie Williams
Baptist Church. Mary EvereUe, ,
,. .1. Range Funeral Home for their Lillie Jones, Pauline parris father, John Brown of
.' \; their service. May God bless and Robertr Roberts; 45 grandchildren Marion Jet., Ala., three sis
,. ,.'... each of 2 great ,grandchildren. ters, Mary Brown, Cleveland, The ltO George Thaddeus
...)...." '1 M' \ you.The Funeral services were Ohio,Signs Brown,Selma, Ala. Cash 4f Coconut Grove en-
'.v;'I" Odom FamilyIN held Monday, Jan. 9 at the Ruby Brown of Montgomery, tered though the gates of the
r. a Holiness church of God in Ala, six brothers.Mrs. larger life Friday at 1:50 p.m.

Christ, Perrine. January 6, in. the Christian
MEMORIAMIn Lorraine Williams of Manorial Hospital.FuneC01 .
.,\l\: John W. Brown of 6232 NW 1775 NW 2nd Ct. APt. 12 died services were
sad, but loving memoryof 14th Ave. died Monday, jan. Jan. 7. She is survived by held Jftji. 11 at the Christ
a beloved mother, .grand 2.He is survived by his wife, three daughters, Gwendolyn, Episcopal Church with Bethel-
MRS. EDDIE LEg SMITH mother, sister and aunt, Fuget Hayes,daughterof Mary; two sons, James .and Barbara and Kathy, mother, William Funeral Home in
would like to take this opportunity Mr. and Mrs. Clinton H. John; two daughters, Ann Mrs. Addie Howard, father, charge.He .
to express thanks to Fuget of Rochester, Pa., died Strong and Mary Allen; 18 Hubert Thomas, two sisters, wee the son of Louisaand
friends andneighbors for cards, unexpectedly on January 8 at grandchildren; one sister, Maggie Wells and Mary Howard Hel\r! T. Cash
telegrams and floral pieces her home in Buffalo,New York. Mary and seven peat grand- ; one brother Wardell I George was born at Hf

end many others during the Mrs. Hayes, niece of Mrs. Susan children. Funeral serviceswere Brodneck, five aunts, three bour Island\ B.W.I., July 14,
time of our bereavement. A F> Harris was graduatedas held Monday, Jan. 9 in uncles, two grandchildren. 1889, carne to the United
special thanks to the pastor a econd honor student from the chapel. Funeral services will be held States ln 19 H to live with a
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and member s of New Shiloh the University of Pittsburghand Saturday, Jan. 14 at 3 p.m. sister.

4 Baptist Church. received a scholarship to Mrs. Gladys Lewis of 1860 from Greater Isreal Bethel He Carried Maggie S.

Freddie Lee Smith husband complete work for the Master'sdegree NW 70th Street died Thursday, Primitive Baptist Church. Chatma of Fernandina, Fla.,
from the Yale Univer-
Jan. 5 She is survived by her 1913 this
Nov. 3o from
James & Ronald Smith, sons tl a,a I I sity Divinity School. She was
Denise Smith, daughterAnd serving as area director for husband, Prince; two daugh- Edward White of 645 NW union ohl sort and three daughters -
the entire Family Girl Scout executive secre- ters, Vernell Lewis and Susan 14th St. died Jan. 9. Survivors wete born.
taries and committee women at Mathis, one son, Larry Mat- are three sisters, George w.* a a faithful memo
1 r t4r the time of her death. Other his two granddaughters, Lillie I Mae Robinson, Annie ber of Christ)Episcopal church,
IN MEMORIAMIn survivors are her husband, Gladys and Shirley Mathis, White and Alice Hammond; and hag been active throughthe
Mai one aunt. Funeral services two brothers of Philadelphia yew. Ho served the
the Rev. Mr. William Hayes, Dorsey on
of our will be held
loving memory "'" ,. """" -- pastor, Lloyd Memorial Congregational Saturday, jan. Pa. and Shade of vestry board for many years.
dear husband and father.It I Church; a young 14 at St. Matthews Baptist Dublin, Ga., Hank and MaryL. He tealited his end was

MRS. ROSA CARR daughter, Eileen Marie; Church. Miller. Services will be near and; he was a most cheerful -
who passed into the Great brothers, Harry E. Fuget, held Saturday, Jan. 14 at 11 patigiit.
Beyond January 12, 1963. graduate student, Universityof John Carle Capers of 3117 a.m. in the chapel. Surviving are a devoted
Servant of God well done; Pittsburgh and Dr. Charles NW 52nd St., a retired teacherof wife, Maggie a son, George,
Rest from thy loved employ R. Fugetchairman Departmentof the Dade County Public Edward Newton of 2440E. three daughters, Carmetta

The battle fought, the victorywon Physical Science, Geneva Schools passed suddenly or 14th St., Brooklyn, N.Y., Cash thrown, Marie and Eugenia -
College; two sisters-in-law Thursday, Jan. 6. He is survived died Jan. 10. He is survivedby cash Stubblefield of

Enter thy Master's joy. and one uncle George Harris. by his wife, Louise; his wife, Marion;. and his Washington, p. C.; one daugh-

Mrs. Ella P. Ferguson, Funeral services were Wednes- two daughters, Jeroline and mother, Mrs. Blanche Newton, ter-in-Uw, Alma; two sons-in-
daughter, N.Y.C. day in Buffalo. Mrs. Annie Ruth Rolle; one both of Brooklyn, New York. law, Percy Brown, gr., Paul
It son, John Jr., three grand- three '
Zephaniah Carr, son The remains were shipped to Stubblefi eld; grandsons,1
And family children; one sister, Rosa Ca- New York for final rites and Percy ftrown, Paul Brown and
pers; and one brother, James burial. Kenneth Ovah; one sister,
Baker. Funeral services were Mrs. Jtfie Gaiter Of New

held Tuesday, Jan. 10 at St. Jersey and a host of other

John Baptist Church. ALBERT relatives and friends. '
We cannot grieve for Ihim

loving memory of our Mrs. Annie Mae'l,Quinn, who 'having finished his
Harold Peterson of
7620 course in faith, now 'rests
dear son and brother, 1837 NW 3rd, Ave. Apt. 6
NW 14th Avenue died Sunday hi "
died Dec. 31. Remains from labor. We dare not
Jan. 8. He is survived by his were be
sorry, as wen without hope,
shipped Sunday morning to
CHARLES WILLIAMSwho wife, Eunice;' five sons, Lawrence Eastman, Ga., for final rites for we Know that one 'day

departed this life Jan. Harold, Jr. Mervin, and burial. Survivors are one please pod, we shall be joined -
12, 1965. CN Wilbert and Arnold; three daughter, Mrs. Viola Coleman, in Christ, with all those
lie is gone, but not forgotten.We i, daughters,Isabelle and Gloria one sister, Mrs. Lillie Hart, whom we loved long since
loved him, but God loved at Jean and Mrs. Juanita King; one brother, Homer Hart, two lost a\jiile in the eternal
him best. May his soul rest r ,,ar.r two sisters,Mmes. Christin a grandchildrennine greatgrand. victory. Hence we thank God
in peace. Walton and Estella Rahming; of his Ufe.
one brotherJoe Moss.Funeral Rest eternal grant him after
Fannie Williams, wife Benjamin F. Bradshaw,
serviceswill be held
Julian Williams, father Saturday, 1760 SW 103 Ave., Perrine weary fight
Jan. 14 at st. Matthews Bap- died Shed him the radianceOf
Five brothers, One sister tist Church. Jan. 2. Services were On
And other relativesIN held Monday from Mt. Moriah the heavenly light
Baptist Church in Perrine. Lead Him onward and upwardto
Walter Caldwell of 2286 Remains were shipped after thc holy place

MEMORIAMIn NW 61st St. died Sunday, Jan. services to Kingstree, south Where the saints made per-
8. lie i is survived by his daughter Carolina, for final rites and fect gaze: upon his face.
sad, but loving memoryof AMAZING (DADDY) GRACE Mrs. Pearl Simmons; one burial. Survivors are wife,

my dear uncleRAYMOND granddaughter, Andrea Dozier, Emma; three daughters, Mmes.
January 12, 1967, marks and two great grand children. Frankie Mae Stevenson, Jes-
WILLIAMSwho .. the 7th vear since the passing Funeral services will be held sie Cox Evelyn Bradshaw. MAN KER .
departed this life Jan. --" < --#- of the late Bishop C. M. Grace. Saturday, Jan. 14 in the cha- four sons,' David, Louis, Daniel Wesley Groover of

12, 1966. CLARENCE C. MOSS His works, words and ideasare pel at 3:30 p.m. Thomas and Edward, one 1616A NW 2nd Ave. died Sa-

Gone, but not forgotten. who departed this life Jan. 4, a monument in the heartsof brother, Smith. turday, Jan 7. He is sur-
May his soul rest in peace 1961 and was laid to rest all of his true followers. vived by his widow, Eva Mae
of Willie C. Berry of 3342 Walter Rowlings 441 NW and sort, Anthony one
and light perpetual Today, the members The one ,
may Jan. 14. And now it is six
of NW 53rd St. died Sunday, jan. 7th died 3. Serviceswere Essie
Grace Memorial House Jan. daughter, Mae Camp
shine him.
since left but
upon years you us, 8. He is survived by his pa-
do not will Prayer for All People" bow conducted Saturday from his mother Mtilla Simpson,
we forget We
Mrs. Vernon Ford, niece remember as you.long as life our heads in prayer as we rents, Mr. and Mrs. Haywood St. John Baptist Church. Sur- two sisters.: The remains will
and FamilyWe lasts. you remember one of his many let- Griffin and a sister. Funeral vivors are six daughters Atones. be sent to Monticello, fla.
services will be held Friday, Georbe Ann Collins Jennie
Mrs. Jeanette Moss mother ters to us. Friday morning at 9.
Jan. 13 at Ip.m.in the chapel. Pearl Rollins, two sisters,
Miss Geneva Moss sister
2421 Princess Ann Rd. grandchildren, great grand- -
mourn the loss of our dea, James Deveaux, uncle Norkfolk, Virginia children.
departed friend and co-worker t June 6, 1955 Dallas Gilcrease of 675 3rd Ave., died Jan. 9. sur-
NW 17th St. Apt. 12 died David Denard, 2015 Wash- vivors are wife, Louise; three

.'" .. ., Monday, Jan. 9. He is sur- ington Ave., Opa-locka died sons, Clifford, Charles and
'i" : Holy Greetings in the name vived by his wife, Mary Lee; Jan. 5. services were held in James; one daughter, h"s.

:: ; IN MEMORIAMIn of him who said I am the his mother, Mrs. Jane Gil- the Opa-locka chapel Tuesday, Ethel l theli; one sister Mil-
way. chrease; one sister, Mrs. lene; one brother, Samuel; one
sad, but loving memoryof evening. Survivors are wife,
our dear beloved brother, My Dear Children: Loretha Hopkins. Funeral Mattie; one sister, Mrs. Lula daught' Arnita; two
'W.. : At this time, I trust that arrangements are incomplete. Davis, nieces and nephews. nieces and nephews. Service:
t/ CHARLES MATTHEWS you are still thinking and Saturday, 3:30 p.m. at St.

.. .., who departed this life Dec., praising God in the highest Thearson S. White ,of Indianapolis Matthew Baptist church.
; 25, 1961.A for his many blessings whichare Ind., died Jan. 2.
.1 : precious one from us i s bestowed unto you daily Leonard Doutherty, 111
Remains here
were shipped
..,..,... ; \ goneA glorifying him and above all FRANCIS. for final rites and burial NW 16th St., died Jan. 10.

:':'1 voice we love is still obeying the commandment of Mrs. Evelyn Gibson of where held on Tuesday in the Arrangements are incomplete.:
A place is vacant in our the Lord. You must live so 1330-C NW 4th Ave. died Liberty City chapel. Survivorsare
hearts, that you might have a light to Dec. 31. Funeral ..serviceswere two children, parents,
Of a memory that can never shine that the world might see held Saturday, jan. 7 at Mr. Bass and Martha White, TELL OURADVERTISERS
be fiUed.DEATH your good works. Everybodypray 1 in the chapel eight sisters five brothers
i for the world for I know p.m. survivors ,
are two daughters, 33 nieces and nephews.
\ that the world is on the saintsof
Mmes. Lillie Bell Horton and YOU SAW IT IN THE
the of for
House Prayer,
CARL CAPERSThe Willie Mae Percall; one sis
JOHN the saints must walk right, TIMES
ter, Mrs. Elvira Whittaker ; Edward Moss, 1827 NW
staff at NOTICEMrs. talk right and be a light of two granddaughters; Evelynand
Universal Real Estate righteousness for others to Lillian Horton;nine great -
Elmira Tinker of follow. By all means work together grandchildren.Albert .
Brunswick, Oaf died Jan. 8. in peace and love for
THANKSThe She was the daughter of Mr. God is love. God is the author -
CARD OF of and don't go Miller of 1277 NW
and Mrs. Jack Bailey,the wife peace LINCOLN MEMORIAL pARK
family of the late of Jonathan Tinker and sis- where there is confusion. Re- 43rd St. died Dec. 26. Funeral
ter of Mrs. Louise Sherman of member my words and when services were held Saturday,
ERNEST L. JOHNSONwish the is I there. Jan. 7th in the chapel. Sur-
Miami. Other survivors are spirit high am 3001 NW 6th .
our man;( include his wife STREET NE .197
vivors El-
to express one daughter, Sandra, a sis- May peace of God and his ;
thanks for condolences an telegrams during our bereav, Clove and Mrs. Drucilla forever more. and Pat; one son, Eddy; four
menU all child- grandchildren; mother-in-law, E. JOHNSON, MANAGER Sears, aunt, left the city to Much love to my
Clenel Johnson.wife attend the funeral on Sunday, ren and friends. Mrs. Ethel Calhoun; sister-
in-law, Mrs. Dorothy Jackson. I
daughter Dad
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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday,. January 13, 1967 13..

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ElectsOfficers WQ may be conscious of sciousness/, Is this moral
the fact that there have beena consciousness*" awakened by
number of great chili z,- the great Prophets, which .v
tiorut in the world, but do we ouut our outstanding civilizations L- '
know how they came into .0 f the past. '
Members of the agency being? These civilizationswere The spiritual stirring we /
staff -of the Miami District, not the products of see all\ about us: the ecumenical ___ f
Afro-American Life Insurance powerful conquerers. Instead, movement; the efforts for
Company held its electipn of they were the results of the unity amongst the denomina-
officers recently. dynamic force of religion as tions, the possibility of a
revealed by great spiritual common Bible for both Catho-
filW'es. Thus, the ancient Hebrews lic and Protestant, are signs r A
who had been held in, of the time! of the rebirth of
abject slavery for hundredsof religion. It is truly that time ;k
years by the powerful EWP-" when man must as in past
tiansbecame the greatestna- ages explore the dynamic
tion of their day through the force of religion for that pre
teachings of Moses.Likewise, cious formula which alongcan
r the followers of Jesus, living bring peace to our dis-
under the thumb of the ,II.. turbed world, and build a
powerful Roman Empire, became civilization commensuratewith
the seeds of the great the age in which we are
Christian civilization through \living_
His teachings.
Judiasm and Christianity for this reason, World
-,- abound in our modern world, Religion Day,, emphasizing
=:: y fk :- ;-- but their enemies disintegrated the oneness of religion, was
,'- ,I.-- ; quickly. Truly, the instituted by the Baha'i _n n
,==== I'" ::;;; meek shall inherit the earth. Faith. It will be observed locally

::: -:.-: (PsB. 37:li). next Sunday, Jan. 15, Northwestern P'ayersT'; I
;;,;;:;;: :::..=- Wo are once more in a 4 p.m. at a public meeting
.... K God-less age, in which power- to be held at the North Dade
I LUCILLE> NS ful nations (China and Russia Unitarian Universalist Fellow-
) would enslave the world. ship Hall, 16800 NW 22nd Present 'Sound Of /Music'Joyce I
We are once more in the need Avenue. A panel, represen-
of that impelling force of religion ting Judaism, Christianity,
through which man- Islam and the Baha'i Faith, Champion will play ice to question her actions. Maria actually ready to be-
kind has developed, from time will Contribution discuss '"Religion-Its" the part of Maria and Larry After discussing Maria's come a Nun? Come out to the
immemorial a moral con- to Civilization. Davis the part of CaptainVon problems Mother Abbey Miami Northwestern'a Audi-
Trapp when the chorus sends Maria to Captain Von torium on January 27 and
presents the "Sound of Mu- Trapp t o take care of his 28 to find out the answers.
In sic" in the school auditorium seven children until September. The "Sound of Music" will
Dropout Drops on January 27 and 28 at 8 p.m. After a period of time, prove to be both inspirations 1
The story revolves around she falls in love with the Cap and interesting.
Maria who wants to become a
Faces 75 Days Nun. The Sisters at Abbey tain.Will Maria hold out long Arthur L. Evans is the
think Mar la is a child because; enough to become a Nun? Is director.

of the way she acts. One day
Seventeen-year-old dropout warning to other dropouts to Mother Abbess gave her per-
Jackie Holmes Is learning the steer clear of their old cam- mission to leave the Abbey
hard way that It is costly to puses unless they return as and the Sisters found Mariaon b
drop In a school and .do ad students. top of a hill leaning on a OUR CLASSIFIED ADS
with her crossed.
like. tree legs .
you They thought.that this was a
On Monday, he was bent "I'm tired of these casesof
to do 15 days in solitary confinement dropouts who disturb stu- strange way for a Nun to act. IJtIHG RESULTS
BEATRICE GRANT The following day,
dents who are to
and fined $500 by trying com her f-
Abbey Maria to 0
The following; officers Miami Municipal Court Judge plete their education Tobin
were elected: Mrs. Beatrice Gerald Tobin for making ad- said.
Grant, president, Miss Lucille vances to a 13-year-old girl
Timmons, vice president in stairway. at the AlUpattah Two juveniles who were .
Mrs. Arlene Strachan, recording Junior High at 1331 NW 46thSt. along with Holmes were col- '. .' ... .
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CHURCH OF GOD OF 6601 NW 24th Court:

PROPHECYBishop Rev. T. R. Harrison, MinisterOur
Meet Jan. 17On
A. Demeritte, pastor Sunday School was

Agnes Thomas, reporter blessed with an increase of
Tuesday, Jan. 17that Graham and the members of three members. !

"Behold, how good and 11 a.m. the InterdenominationalMinisterial the Alliance are indeed grateful The youth hour was greatly -

how pleasant it is for .bre Alliance to Mr. James Furdon, acting benefitted to the all present -

EBENEZERRev. thren to dwell together in will hold the regular business Welfare director and Mr. not only the youth, but DRAKE MEMORIAL

unity." meeting at Mt. Zion Baptist Isaac A. Withers, the superin- the adults. Mrs. Willie Mae 5800 NW 2nd Avenue I

A. D. Hall, pastorE. This scriptural passage was Church, 301 NW 9th St. The tendent at Kendall, for the Ceasor, your guest was at Rev. Jarius W. Dunn, pastor '

Ingram, reporterAs thoroughly exercised on the last two sessions were heldat courtesy shown them during her best,with this message of of
afternoon of Jan. 2, 1967 as the Parkway Children's their recent visit to these opportunity, for the youth in The members Drake

we enter into the New hundreds of friends of Choir Center, Dec. 20 and the Dade fine institutions.The the church of God in this pre- Memorial mourn with the family -

Year, the members are pledging No. 1 came from the east, County children's Home at officers and membersof sent day crisis, and need of of the late Deacon J.

a new and loyal supportto west, north and south and Kendall on Jan. 3rd. The the Alliance are planningthe courage to prepare themselves Carle Capers in their hour of

the church. Supporting their assembled at the spacious president, Rev. Dr E. T. installation services and for the task before them in bereavement.You .

financial pledges that are now residence of Deacon Jeremiah report to the people for Tues- their future life in the world. are invited to attend a

being made. The new Metho- Pratt, 1895 NW 49th St., to day, Jan. 31 at 8 p.m. in Ebe- the tea on Sunday,Jan. 15 at 3:30,
dist hymnals have been pub- With much emphasis, results
in the afternoon. This tea
1 celebrate
help Choir No. nezer Methodist Church 1042
lished and the churches are in the end would be a
NEWMACEDONIA will be at the home of our
their second annual "Hog NW 3rd Ave. Rev. Aaron Hallis
urged t purchase same. We peaceful rest with our Heavenly -
Eating Festival." the pastor. pastor and his wife. The late 1

are now taking orders from This was a most festive Next week, we will give Father.We Deacon John Capers planned
the membership to purchase a occasion. The decorative 3165 NW 56th Street greater details concerning will have for our nextLord's this tea before his demise on
Rev. E. Ross as
hymnal in memory of a loved scheme was centered around Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor this forthcoming affair, Inclu- guest minister day, for the a.m. Jan. 4. The tea will be heldas
friend. This hymnal
one or a
memorial for his work
a at
o will remain in the church. the New Year and it was very Aurora Beard, Asst. reporterWe ding the names of the officersto worship.
artistically designed. be installed. service 3:30 Drake Memorial.
The public is Invited to wish Worship p.m.
ocongratulate our Our first revival will be-
attend the anniversary of the The men consisted of Rev. W. M. Davis and his con-
barbecued pork and barbe- Junior Choir, and their very gin on Monday night, Jan. 16
will be
Aid Board Sunday gregation out guest.
cued chicken, string beans, fine directress, Sis. Willie hour at 8 p.m. The Rev. C. II.
Youth Guest speakeris
Jan. IS, at 4 o'clock. The collard and turnip greens, Mae Williams, for a superb radio CHRIST EPISCOPALRev. Mr. Isaac J.: Whither Sput of Simmons of Waterboro, South
Rev. J. J. Williams and congregation homemade cakes of all descriptions program on last Sunday Carolina, 'the great spiritual
hall Kendall Fla. We
Theo. Gibson youth ,
of the MetropolitanAME potato salad and morning. R. rector blind evangelist will be our
Church will worship with Antionette Silva, reporter invited the public to come
preacher. The revival will
punch. On the fourth Sunday all
) over in Macedonia helpus
at that hour. Mrs. Margaret
Clark us serves as president of There were several singing day, we will observe our first The yuletide season was for Christ has a need for beheld for one week.You can-

this organization.The groups attending the fes- Homecoming. We are thankfulto one to remembered by mem- your help to build kingdom, not afford to miss hearing

Bartley Circle, an tival and were supposed to God for enabling and sparing bers and guilds of our church. that will be called the Kingdom this man of God. All are invit

auxiliary of the Woman's Society participate in a singing con- us to get this far and;J I St. Margaret's Guild entertained of our Lord. ed.

of Christian Service test. Their performance was keeping us together.Our speakers members and friends a t For free transportation,

will meet Thursday, Jan. 19that so superb that even the great for the day will be, Sun- the home of Miss Annabelle call 754-4024. NEW MT. MORIAHRev.

the home of Mrs. Christine King Solomon would have been day morning at 11,Rev. A.M. Fishers and all present report
perplexed as to how to judge ed an enjoyable evening stu- A. L. Shipp pastor
Davis, 314 NW 16th Terr., Griffin and congregation,New ,
Apt. 8 at 8 o'clock. Mrs. Ada the contest. climaxed with Shiloh M. B. Church; at 3 dents home from college seen SALTER'S CHAPELRev. Sis. Evelyn Souter, reporterOur

Flanders, chairman.Let each The of contest the participatinggroups p.m., Rev. J. W. Stephensonand at church were Ellen Cooper, II. R. Salmon, pastor Male Chorus' Anni-

us not forget to visit receiving the same congregation, AntiochM. Percy Brown, Theo. R. Gibson Betty A. Morant, reporterWe versary has been moved up to

the sick and shut-ins, Bro. B. Church, Brownsville Frederick Hunt, Carol the fifth Sunday in this month.We .
Jessie Martin, Baptist Hos- amount as a prize. and Davis and Mona Bethel.We are going to begin our
7 Rev. T. C. Kelly will our
pital; Mrs. Pauline Jenkins, These groups were: The extend sincere sympathyto Spring rally and we are asking accompany
Evangelettes, The William and congregation, St. Paul that pastor to Mt. Aaron Baptist
Jackson Memorial Hospital. the family of the late' George every member put his
of A.M.E. out the fourth Church, Rev. McCraney, pastor -
Sisters Ft. Lauderdale, Come on best forward in this drive
Tuesday night,the Steward T. Cash, who died on Friday, '
Wonders of amii and Friday, Jan. 20, at 8
The Mighty Mi Sunday spend Homecoming These funds
are being issuedfor
and whose
Boards Nos. 1, 2, and 3 will Jan. 6 funeral was
and The Taylor Brothers. with us. There will be plentyto p.m. also to Macedonia Bapt.
held general purposes of the
be in charge of class meeting. on Wednesday, Jan. 11.
These groups truly did sing eat. Many of us will remember the church. The rally will end the Church, West Hollywood,Rev.B. .

out of the depths of their Don't forget our Men's late George Cash as former fourth Sunday in March. If Mack, pastor, Sunday,

souls as everyone there did Day will terminate the fourth vestryman and treasurer of the there is anyone interested in January 22 at 3 p.m.

FRIENDSHIP M.B. enjoy them. Sunday in next month. More church. We also extend our purchasing a pen for the priceof Our Church's wonderful Anniversarywas .

Rev. J. E. Jenkins, pastor The directress of Choir No. information on this will be deepest sympathy to our Suf one dollar. The pens havea a success.We
want to thank Rev. O.
Ruby Lee Carr, reporter 1, Sister Geraldine Pratt; the given at a later date. fragan Bishop James Duncan prayer hand and a prayeron Taylor and Jordan Grove
!president, Deacon Jeremiah and his family in the loss of them.If you are interested,
Certainly we at Friendships Choir No. 2 for the wonderful -
Pratt, vice president; Brother his wife. please call 633-6730 or write
s say our help cometh from and all of Miss services that were ren -
Reginald Thomas, Get well wishes to Mrs. Betty Morant, 1441 NW
the Lord, as the members are the members of the Choir do Miriam Peavy who missed on 43rd St. and place your order. dered. Truly, we had a good
working so wonderfully on highly appreciate all of their Sunday morning at church and There will be a meeting of time in the name of the Lord.

our building fund, under the friends who came and made our congratulations Mr. and Mrs. all the choirs Thursday after Let us continue to pray

direction of our very efficient festival the success that it the third for our pastor, sick, shut-
Sunday. There will
He is a God sent man. Rev. W. F. savoy, Pastor Melvin Johnson, Sr.-a baby ins bereaved families and
pastor. ,
6895 NW 14th Avenue boy. also be a meeting of all the
under endowment those in the armed services.
He, God's was.We with
were delighted new and old members this
looks far in the future. Andwe the attendance of Bishop Our candlelight Communion Sunday after the third Sunday.We Visitors are always wel

are especially thankful to Charles Mackey, field secretary service of last Sunday even- are having a conch come.

our many friends who have of South Fla., Bishop ing was most inspiring. We ANTIOCH salad and fritter sale this

been so generous in assisting Henry Curtiss, District Overseer hope to have a similar ser- 1899 NW 64th Street Saturday, Jan. 14. We are ask-

on our different programs.We of District No. 2; BIshop vice in the season of Lent, Rev. P. W. Wiggins, pastor ing that you will come out BAHA' IS OF MIAMI
would like to make personal Mitchell and enjoy this treat. The time
Cooper, pastorof
mention of one of our in he spring. The youth choir will sing World Religion Day will
young associate ministers, Centerville Church of God This Sunday evening, the during the morning worshipand is 12. We are looking forwardto be observed Sunday, Jan. 15,
of Prophecy; and Sister Cooper seeing you out there. Let
Rev. Cleveland Holliman,who United Presbyterian Women choir No. 2 will sing du- 4 p.m., at the North Dade Uni-
; and BishopAmoIdDemeritte will present a program of devotional us pray for the sick and shut-
delivered a most powerful our pastor and his wife, SIs- and educational sig ring evening worship. Both'i ins. tarian-Universalist Fellow-

sermon Sunday night. ter Daisy Demeritte. nificance. The theme of the choirs, under the direction of ship Hall, 16800 NW 22nd

The pastor is still asking will be "The Mrs. Rachel Pratt, are going Avenue. The program for this

all members to get your cor- presentation of the Least: Cola their limit and above preparing ST. PAUL AME event, which is sponsored by
rect addresses on the new inspirational songs for your Rev. T. C. Kelley Jr., pastor the Baha'is of Greater Miami,
Also on the same program,we
roll book upon payment of MATTHEW TEMPLERev. will observe our annual rose enjoyment. The youth ushers'board Mary Rawls, reporter will include a panel discus-
dues. and No. 1 ushers' board
your Sunday night, January 22, F. D. Hill, pastor recognition service, in whichwe will be waiting to greet you. Choirs Nos. 1 & 2, Senior sion. The panelists will represent -

will be called Sis. Minnie Ruth Lucas, reporter present a rose to each of The members of the Senior Ushers and members are Judiasm, Christianity,
is of our adults who joined the asked to go with the pastorto Islam and the Baha'i Faith,
Teasly Night. She one Matthew Temple is on the Missionary Society will be
church in 1966. and their will be
subject :
our pioneer members working march, rebuilding the historyof delighted to have you join in St. Luke Baptist Church,
real hard on the building fund. the church, since it was Several outstanding daysare with them on Sunday afternoonJan. Sunday, Jan. 15, 1967 NW "Religion-Its Contributionto
Let us all be ready to help coming soon. Youth Sun- 55th St. at 3 p.m. Civilization."
established and organized 15 at 3 P.m. to help make
y make this night a successful here in Miami, under the lead- day on the fifth Sunday of their annual Calendar Tea a Attention: Men. All men The chorus of: Booker T.
January and Grace-Men's are asked tomeet the 3rd Sun- High'School
Building Fund Night. success. The committees Washington under -
ership of and
our new pastor
Day, on the third Sunday of day morning after service to the direction of
Group 2 women are spon- his wife. We have the have spared no pain in trying Mrs. Ma-
soring a trip Jan. 27 to Silver our Sr. tflsnop anu wue, February. We look forward to to make things pleasant for begin organizing for Men's bel Dorsett Glover, will sing.

Springs, Deal, Fla.and will with these two days as inspirational Day.The The public is cordially invit-
along bishopand
our own
return Jan. 28. Donation is and outstanding days of you.The organization bf the pastor, along with the ed to attend.
his wife and leaders of
Adults $10.00. Children $5.00. the early part of 1967. officers are asking each mem-
Woman's Day Committee has
the church. All members and
Price Sis. Laura Remember: You are always ber to please purchase a
Call Sis. E. or
friends of the city will do been completed. Mrs. Dora
Mathis at the church, FR welcome at Grace. church calendar. MT. CARMEL
well to meet Rev. and Mrs. Lundy was chosen to serveas
Choir No. 2, Ushers, mem-
3-6021. Hill and hear him preach and general chairman. Mrs. 225 NW 14th Terrace
Visitors are always wel- MammieTaylor bers and friends are asked to
Rachel Pratt Mrs.
sing the good old fashion Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastor
help a small congregation at
of zion. are co-chairmen. Sis. Louise McGriff, reporter
come.Come to church, have your hymns NEW HOPERev. Let's remember that Prayer, 1 Mt. Aaron Baptist Church.
Our services are held in
faith lifted. the Emanuel Church of the w. E. Sims, pastor Meeting and Bible Class areI Wednesday night, Jan. 18. 170 The No. 1 Ushers' Boardis
Mary L. Mayfield, reporter I NW 69th St. Rev. Albert Mc- planning Calendar Tea at
{ held each Tuesday night beginning '
Nazarine A. Mozell
Rev. C. ,
the home of Bro. and Sis.
is the
pastor. Church school is 11:45 The month of January is at 8 p.m. A portion of Craney pastor. 8 p.m. Gaines, 5911 NW 11th Ave.

MT. ZION AMEOPALOCKA and worship service is at set aside for financial drives scripture says "Study to shew old Remember to for save all your Come and register in the
12:45. All members are urged leading up to Deacons' Ob- thyself approved unto God." newspapers our juniors. month that you were born.

Rev. Milton Fayson, pastor to find your way, and helpto servance Day, which is the There will be 12 tables, one

carry on the good work. Prayer fifth Sunday in this month. for each month in the year.
Our services are taking service is held at the The Deacons are asking the MT. SINAI BAPTIST We are planning a colorful

on new life, now that the sum- church each Tuesday at 8 membership for its wholehearted ST.
p.m. BARNABASRev. Patricia Austin, reporterA affair this Sunday from 4 to
slack is The
mer over. invited with support.On .
You are to pray 6 p.m. You and are in-
Howard Demeritt yours
is full for Sunday School of Saturday, January 14th, pastor very inspirational mes-
4 u. vited. Sis.
Jessie Lee Smithof
young people and adults.Mt. beginning at 12 noon, the Phyllis Johnson, reporterIt sage was delivered to us by
Mt.Carmel will be the guest t
Zion Boasts of a fine youth choir will have a saleat was indeed a pleasure anda Rev. Washington.Won't speaker. Come and hear here.

group of young adults, every the church, 6600 NW 15th surprise to have Rev. and you come and wor-

Sunday the church is half full MT. CALVARY M.B. Avenue. There will be various Mrs. w. A. Culmer, worship- ship with us Sunday? We shut-ins Remember and those the sick who have and

of these young people. 1140 NW 62nd Street items for sale,so please stop ping with us again. It looked realize how little we coulddo lost some of their love one's.Visitors .
The 11 a.m. service is a Samuel by and help our young people. just like old times seen I without the fellowship of
Rev. Atchison
pastor wel-
spiritual feast.The Rev. Frank The Pastor's Aid Union him in the pulpit once again. other Christian workers. It is are always

Fayson Jr., nephew of the Constance Carter, reporter Anniversary will convene at Truly we can say that God an honor to have you in our come.

pastor, preached for us Sun- Although we have moved New Providence Baptist answered our prayers, so let church. Our earnest prayerIs ANTIOCH M.B.

day. This young man is a into our new church, 1140 NW Church Sunday, January 15that us continue to pray for them, that we always keep Christ

master argent in the Air 62nd St., our doors are still 3 p.m. The program will that God will keep them happy first in all our plans. NEW LIBERTY CITY

Force and is now stationedin open to you on all occasions.We center around music featuring healthy and strong. We would! Let's not forget our BTU Rev. A. H. Essix, pastor

Lybya, South Africa and urge you to attend our the choirs of the churches in also like to say that the remarks for it is also a part of the Annie Whipple, reporter

is pastoring a church there. spiritual services on Sunday.In the union. Please come out he spoke were heard church's program used in Preaching will begin Monday -

He is home on leave spending addition to a most inspirational and enjoy the program with us. by all and really taken in. developing young Christian night throughout Friday

Christmas with his family. sermon that is expected The Deaconess Board will This Saturday there will workers. It is also used to night in this financial cam-

The No. 1 Choir sang beauti-, from our pastor, the No. 2 have a dinner sale Saturday, be a sale at the home of Mrs. strengthen our Christian faith. paign. There will be a pastor-

fully. One member joined.We Ushers' Board will greet you Jan. 28th, in behalf of its Susan Johnson, 1432 NW 58th Come on out and let's have a and congregation each night.

maintain, if you want to and Choirs 1 & 2 will sing. anniversary on February 26th. Terrace. good time. January 16th thru. Jan. 20th.

work, come to busy Mt. Zion Won't you come and bring Remember to pray for our Let us remember to pray Let us continue to pray Come and help us put God's

AME in Opa-locka. your friends and neighbors? sick and shut-in members. for our sick and shut-ins. for our sick and shut-ins. program over.


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R. J. McGhaney
Rev. B. L. Turner, pastor Jljt
DADE NEWS Rutha Harrington, reporterWe "After this manner, therefore ; GET A
Our Father whichart
will begin our day of pray ye: '
fellowship with baptism of in heaven." Matt. 6:9.
f eight souls at Virginia Beach A prayer is a wonderfulway a. '.SQUARE
Hurst Chapel AME Church, Sunday morning at 7:30.In to talk with God, and '
Rev. W. J. Allen, pastor; Mrs.
our morning worship when you are tired of your '
Jean H. Townsend, reporter. DEAL WHEN
services, pastor Turner will self, and the way that things
The Junior Church rendered
church service Sunday all bring: the message. Rev. are going with you, and you
Coats Was our guest speaker can't seem to make any head-
day. The superintendent has last Sunday morning.Our YOU
asked more students to attend way. Just stop wherever you ;
Sunday School. The pas Intermediate teachers of departmentsare the Primaryand may be and have a little talk 6247 NW 18th Ave.
with Jesus; and I am a wit- : '
tor is asking all members not : SHOP AT
, engaged for the entire ,
to forget the pews rally. ness, that He will hear, and
We are happy to have Mrs. week in a Bible Study course answer you. I have that faith, p',:. eTENDER
for the
Allen back after a visit with young people. and you can also be sure that

The adults will begin a thare mover been a vain ........ ..'f' ., ..,
study course in "Amos" '
Allen back after a visit with prayer, when it comes from '.,. CIi1CK
Monday night, and will con- :.
j her mother. tinue for a week. the heart. So this coming ......... '., FRYERS
Let ue pray for the sick Visitors are always wel- week, pray with me every f .. / .
and shut-ins and for our young come. Let us remember those morning, noon, and night. .". .. :. /j .
men in the Armed Forces. Please do this for Christ \
who I "
are experiencing sorrow _
S until later t' ': ,
and sickness. sake. So a date, if '
Services at Mt. Moriah ". ': it/...
God's will; thanks, andmy ... .
Baptist Church, Rev. W. C. ST. JAMES AME prayers for all of you. 27
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pdcar, pastor, were spirituallyhigh :
Sunday. The pastor Rev. F. E. .Sneed, pastor : "" ..::..-:-. WHOLE ONLY LB
preached an inspiring sermon Marie A. Childs, reporterDr. .

during the morning. The attendance J. A. Roberts, the TEMPLEThe
was good ana every- :u'' MORRELL'S ROLL ,
very dynamic presiding elderof Male Chorus will render '
one was moved to render bet- the North Miami District, music both
at morning and "
ter always service welcome.Our in 1967.. Visitorsare has been conducting services evening services on Sunday. : "i ::';i;;'' 3 LB lr1.w.$1
during the illness of our The No.2 choir will ,. 'Iif '
pastor cele- ,'
sick list Miss Irma I\1i' : ,;>,' : ;
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Jean Washington is at Doc- | ,who is improving and pro- brate its anniversary during r.3A U\L t. al@elrS E 6r; ;
gressing nicely in Cedars of the 11 a.m. service Sunday
tor's Hospital. Mrs.
Jan. 22. The newly electedofficers BUDGET SLICEDBACON
'Lebanon Hospital. Rememberthe
Louise Washington is at Bap-
sick and afflicted in are Mrs. Birdie Hun-
tist Hospital. Other shutinsare your
ter, president; Mrs. Lillian
at home. Let us pray for prayers. Williams, vice president 3 LB PKGS. $1
all of them. Brother Willie\ Scott was ;
Our deepest sympathy to elected District Preslden. of Mrs.charlotte.Hatcher secre-
Mrs. Emily Bradshaw and fa- the North Miami District Lay- tarytreasurer.Mrs.
mily. Her husband was fune- men's organization of the Rosa Taylor, sunday : ': :;
School teacher and memberof S. :
ralized on Monday at 2 p.m. South Florida conference, at
Choir No. 1 is a patientat i7\4'L
the recent election held at Mt. Jackson Memorial Hospital; OX TAILS ".

Berman, Opa-locka, Fla., the and David Rolle is at the
FIRST BAPTIST OF Rev. S. L. Gay, pastor. Christian Hospital. We pray
BROWNSVILLERev. Keep in mind our "Home for their speedy recovery and

W. M. Davis, pastor coming" February 12. for those who are shut-in at

Mrs. Donella Turner, reporterTo home.

Laymen of First Baptist would 14120 NW 24th Avenue SOCIAL SECURITY

like to remind you that they Burlington St. OpalockaRev. .. .
are still selling barbecue F. L. Smith, minister ; r." '

every Saturday.The The Third Annual Woman's Are You '-waP3; J : '
would like /
pastor observance will be held ,
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for the to meet
Boy Scouts on
15 at 11
January a.m. Mrs.
65? '
Tuesday evenings at 7 p.m. Minnie Hill is chairman. Nearing Age .:},\:,\
each week and the
Boys This great occasion will
Club will hold its regular be by this dynamic -
If so, it is time to think a-
meeting Saturday afternoon at speaker for the morning,
3:30 p.m. Mrs. Hazel W. Troy. She is boutyoursodalsecurltybenefits CUBE % LB. 79
what have to do STEAKS 1
We wish to thank all of our the Elementary School Director and you *
visitors for worshipping with in the South Central Dis- to get them-especially medicare -
us and we hope that you will trict of Dade County Public according to Edward
worship with us again. Schools and Christian young P. BJonston: District Manager Fresh Pork "
To all of sick members, woman. of Social Security at MIami t : : ?
may your prayers be answered; The public is most cordially North. > ; ::t
and may God's blessings be invited. Medicare consists of two NECK BOt.tlSZ I LB

stored upon you. Mrs. Minnie Hall, chairman kinds of protection, hospital

Insurance and medical In-

surance, which pays doctor OAK HILL

&WOOLWORTH'Spatterned. I I Irc pital bills. insurance You get the as basic soon hos-as PEACHES 4 No. 2'/i CAH$1

you reach 65, whether or not
you apply. But your doctor

bill insurance will not begin i -.
with the month you reach 65 NICE SIZE FLA. :

unless you apply for it duringthe
3-month period just before ORANGESYELLOW 2DOz.39
the month of your 65th
birthday. If you sign up in '

the month of your birthdayor RI PE"BANANAS
in the following 3 months

you will have to wait for one
to three months for yourpor- IOC LB

tection to begin, and if you

delay beyond that,your next

chance to enroll will notcome liiffl ..';.i rr'\J\() ,

until October 1967, i'I; FOREMOST DAIRIExGALLON'JUGlfm I I r ;
&? .
If have alreadyap- .:
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plied for social security or : .. '
railroad retirement benefits, I ;( MILK 99
you will receive automatic "ml' : ( ti' > ;'
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notification to enroll for the \ :: : ,
R! ar .tPLUSDEP .
doctor bill insurance. Your ;Y" ,,;;'" ,', '
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hospital Insurance protection i' SOLD EVERYDAYATFREDDYMORCHID : ; jt
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will begin automatically the >ok, :,., ,, ;, ..,,) ,,,".. ,4fIII l. i"'J1J M -
month you reach 65.

,. But, if you have not ap- BRAND
? plied for your monthly cash
benefits under social security, RICE LB PKG. 10*
you should get In touch with

your social security office
lr, "" promptly. Unlike social sec
v ; urity cash benefits, you do FOR THE PETS FOR THE PETS ONLY

not have to be retired in orderto

HAPPY I qualify for medicare. DOG BURGER 4'Ibs 59*

HOME ; People who are workingor

N. t.rlN p Nn,! 8a. wCw,a, who cannot for other reason
visit their district office

Twr i l VIKIroxe rayon can start the application process
by phone or letter. The TfU& 2HEADS2SC
I t social security office can

ROOM-SIZE RUG assist you with application,
and answer any other ques- M

tions you may have. OVEN FRESH KING SIZE

ing x113'; serged rug has edges.jute 81 NOTICEThe ', BREAD / r..

haCk-I a
Bake for skid y
"fig- United Home Owners

service. Brown, /.'.!>9 Association of 22nd Ave.
blue/green, others. Heights will hold their first 2/39C
regular meeting for the year of
67 on Wednesday, Jan. 11 at

Citizen's Center. All homeowners
are asked to attend.Mr. SEE L. D, LENTON OUR HEAD BUTCHER
Jefford Smith in presi-

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Luscious cooking makes swinging parties //
Teens who cook know that no matter how much work 'I"

goes into menu-planning, how much attention they give to
preparing the meal and serving it, these tasks can fall far
short of the real goal- a delicious meal which also spells
SOCIABILITY and COMFORT in capital letters!
Teens in the hostess or host role are stars, whether at
the kitchen range, at the head of the dining room table,
or presiding at buffet table service. They are relaxed, : '
yet thoughtful, knowing that the comfort of their guests _
may depend on the example they set. Uncertain guestsare
most likely to take their cue from their hostess. i

Table settings can make things easy for young guests. _._ ... ,... ..".... '.
Buffet parties have become increasingly popular and buffet --- -- -
stress "fork" foods foods that are not difficultto -AIr- Airman
serve or to eat. Convenience also is the keynote of man Ramson Riley, son of Marvin L. Harrington, son of
buffet table settings. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Riley of Mrs. Laura M. Harrington of
If the table Is pulled out from the wall, place the food 2119 NW 59th St. has been 916 NW 2nd Ct., Miami, has
dishes the main dish, like meat loaf, or a salmon loaf selected for technical train- been assigned to Laughlin wmmmmmHmmHmmmmm *mmmm Hm Hm *- i i < > I I
with ReaLemon sauce which require no ing at Keesler AFB. Miss., AFB, Tex., after completing! St. smiles/
made a tangy of 224 NW 21st ,
relish and salad dishes as a U.S. Air Force traffic Air Force Basic training. Willie McCutchen, 7,
knives tocut and eat; vegetables table, leaving the left side specialist.The The airman,a 1966 graduate his appreciation of the/ new, tiny tot wheel choir to
sides of the ,
arranged on three airman 158th St. and
recently com- of Booker T. WashingtonHigh 560 NE ,
color Morris
for forks, napkins and dinner plates. Remember, pleted basic training at Lack- School, will be trained left, Mrs. 17310 NE 11th Ave., North
helps to create a party mood. A pretty cloth (over a table land AFB, Tax. His new on the job as a fire protection right, Mrs. Frank Fasano,
s1 pad, of course) and a small, but attractive center of flowers school is part of the Air Training specialist with the Air Train- Miami Beach. fundraisingvice /
and greenery -or a fresh fruit bowl are harmonious and Command which conducts: ing Command. Mrs. Rubenstein and Mrs. Fasano are
pleasing to the eye. hundreds of specialized cour- His father, Lenton Harrington presidents of the North Dade unit of United Cere-
With fork foods in mind, let's plan a vegetable dish ses to provide technically resides at 224 N. Bas raised the to buy the chair for
which money
which can be served hot, or as a chilled salad. A versatile trained personnel for the na- sedina Cir., Lakeland, Fla. bral Palsy
it Is to and young guests will findit tiorjfs aerospace force. Person, the center.
delicacy, easy prepare Airman Riley, a 1964 gra- Airman Robert A.
dish and to eat. of Mr. and Mrs. Johnie
to up son
easy of Miami Northwestern
LEMON GOURMET GREEN BEANS High School, attended Miami- Person of 1090 NW 39th St., $500 Month Police Training
2 packages (9 ounces each) frozen French-style green Dado Junior college. entered the U. S. Air Force
' on Jan. 12 He will go to Texas
1 can (3 ounces) mushroom stems and pieces, drained .A. then for will his be basic assigned training in and the Program Starts JON. 30

1 cup dairy sour cream I general field, the field he
1/4 cup Rea Lemon bottled lemon juice selected before his enlistment.
of Development and Trainin.Act.
for the City
salt Police jobs
onion graduate
1/2 teaspoon Airman Person was are
Miami at $500 per month are age
Lettuce from Miami Northwestern High
18 through 29 years
Cook green beans according to package directions; School in June 65. the goals Program of a Police to start Cadet Jan. and years those selected will receive -
drain and cool Add mushrooms. Mix together sour cream, Training a training allowance of
bottled lemon juice and onion salt. Combine this mixture 30.Intended to prepare enrollees between $28 and $58 per week.
r with vegetables and chill To serve, place In a letuce-llned OUR CLASSIFIEDADS for the City of Miami All those interested in
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your guest list calls for more servings. the City of Miami and conducted in the Plaza Building, 245
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final ruling has been made on request by heavy, GRAMBLING BAND IN SUPER BOWL /
wei it champion Cassius Clay that he be reclassified 1
Two musical
aggregations that have earned the greatest
as a conscientious objector and all signs point to a admiration possible, will complement halftime visual and / ,.
rejection. He has asked for an out and out deferment as audio Impulses of spectators for the Super Bowl game Jan.
a Black Muslin minister. 15 in the Coliseum.

Selected arethemany-splendoured 120-piece Grambling -
FRANK ROBINSON'S INJURED KNEE O.K. College Tiger Band, and the famed 176-plece Universityof J '
Arizona Marching Band, the
indisputably ranging unit
Frank Robinson!s ready to go once again.Althoughhis in the high cactus country. S

knee bothered him through most of the season, he National Football League officials announced their
still won the Triple Crown in the American League and selection from New York. .trembling will fly to Californiavia ia
andi is raring to go this season. chartered jets.
The commanding presence of the Grambling band will
NEGRO GIRL BOWLER ON PRO TOUR mark Its second appearance on national TV this season.
Earlier, _the band performed in the Cotton Bowl for the
Louise Franklin is the lone pro Negro girl bowlerto Dallas-St. Louis game.
enter.the PWBA Bowling Tournament. She says "I

never have any trouble anywhere I go. Any place I go, ALL STAR BOXING SHOW AT MIAMI BEACH
they treat me like a lady." Her acceptance is becauseof
Boxing returns the .
to Miami Beach Auditorium this
her personality, appearance and bowling ability. coming 'Tuesday Night (Jan. 17) as promoter Chris Dun-
Louise Bowls at Pompano Beach, and has 17 years ex- dee presents a five-bout card topped by a 10-round light
perience and her home is in Pittsburg. heavyweight bout. COMMISSIONER GETS 26-YEAR SERVICE AWARD

The feature event brings back Florentino Fernandez for Roderick Silva, veteran Miami playground super
FLAGLER $5,000 MARATHON SATURDAYThe his second appearance in as many months against hard-
visor, /Is ,shown receiving a trophy for his outstanding
hitting Billy Tiger. Florentino; in his last beach
second round of the Flagler Kennel Club's $5,000 ance kayoed Herman Dixon In the third round of a appear-sched- contributions to the South/ Florida Game Officials Association *
Marathon Championship stake comes up Saturday night uled 10-rounder. The former Cuban has been a long- and to the county. Silva/ has Been a memberof
with F. B. (Happy) Stutz' Good Cause as an overwhelming time favorite among the beach auditorium boxing fans and the organization since it was organized 26 years
favorite after establishing a new track record of 44.8 has met several champions In his 10 year boxing career. ago. Since that time he has served as local commis
for the 7/16ths mile course last Saturday.That The high-mark his fifth round knockout
over ex-light sioner. The presentation Is being made by the presi-
made Good Cause by far the most impressive win- heavy champ Jose Torres and his near-miss 15-round title dent, Charles H Gray.
ner in the four qualifying divisions and with the field downto bout with middleweight champ Gene Fulmer in Utah several
16 for Saturday's semifinal test, it shapes up as a case years back. He has won 45 of his 56 starts.
of Good Cause against the field. ATHLETE OF THE Robbie, 31, beat out pitching
Other first-round winners were Lester Cole's ageless YEAR
Jim Ryun, the world's fastest
Terry :Stroemer, last year's Flagler Derby winner; Ken i Uuckpasser and four other national champions. Five Frank Robinson, Baltimore miler Green Bay quarterback-
Hutchings' Cleve Commel and Gene Randle's Party Partner. of the six leading money-winning stables of America. The.;, Oriole slugging outfielder, Bart Starr was fourth, followedby
Good Cause and Party Partner were favorites with Terry No. 1 trainers in both money-won and races-won. The was named the Male Athlete- Billy Casper, Steve Spur-
Stroemer and Cleve Commel as slight outsiders. Both paid money-winning riding king of 1966. The largest purse of-the-Year for 1966 Wednesday rier, Oale Sayers, Cassius
$$18.60 win. schedule ever offered by a Florida track. In the annual Associated Clay, Jim Nance and Rick
Terry Stroemer barely got up in the stretch to defeat Illaleah an American racing tradition offers all this Press poll. Barry
the favored Tiki Doll by a head, while Cleve Commelwas and more for its 40-day 1967 season, opening Tuesday,
an easy six-length winner over Milady J K and the fa- January 17 and continuing through March 3.
vored Pitchy after the latter was bumped at the turn. The total purse money available is estimated at $2,500- AUTO
All of the leading contenders qualified for the semifinalsas 000, with a stakes program worth $655,000 In added INSURANCECheck
expected. The field includes ten Grade A stars, five money for 16 events, Including the two $100,000addedclassics. OHIC Dew, lower rates and easy financial
Grade B's and one Grade C. The Widener on February 1 8.and The FJamlngo IMMEDIATE SRi22 FILING

on March 3. Bring hit ad to our,office and receive a free gift
TROPICAL PARK MEET ENDS MONDAY Among champion horses to compete during the season '

Tropical Park will wind up the most successful seasonIn are the 1966 Horse of the Year, Best Handicap Horse, D. Goodman and Son Inc.
its 36 year history this coming week with the $25,000 and Best Year-Old, Buckpasser, racing's only 3-year- "Iniurance, Real. Estate, Morta,,"
added Dade Metropolitan Handicap on Saturday and the old millionaire, with earnings of 1237174. Other bests"on Business member All People Democratic Club
26th running of the $50,000 added Tropical Park Handi- hand include Successor, everybody's champion 2-year- 2688 NW 62nd Sreet OX 1-0380
cap on Monday, January 16. The former event is limitedto old colt; Regal Gleam, the 2-year-old filly queen: Impres-
three-year-olds and will be contested at one mile and a sive, sprint king, and Bold Bidder, the leading handicap
sixteenth. The Tropical Park Handicap Is for older horsesat horse.
a mile and a furlong.The All are at Hialeah at present, except Buckpasser, who
will ship in after the Charles H, Strub Stakes at Santa
Dade Metropolitan Handicap has long served as a Anita on January 28.
preview of the Important classics to come for the glamor Among the leading money-winning stables at Hialeahare
three-year-olds. Its $25,000 added purse has drawn Mrs. Henry, C. Phipps' Wheatley, No.1; Ogden- Begg
the nominations of many of the nations better sophomores, lliipps, No. 2; Harbor View Farm, No. 4; Hobeau Farm, John
and the previous winners have often gone on to important No. 5, and Mrs. Ethel I). Jacobs. No. 6.
achievements. Decathlon, winner of this race in 1955, The opening day program, featuring the $25,000-added
went on to become the national sprint champion. First Royal Poinciana Handicap, at 6 furlongs, is heightenedby
Family won this race in 1965 and the $100,000 Gulf- the prospective speed duel between Little M Farm's
stream Park Handicap a year later. Blue Skyer, third in Impressive and John Hanes' Slkkim. Impressive, voted _
this race last year, won the Louisiana Derby and was de- 1966 sprint champion, won 8 of 18 races and $176,300last
feated a length and a quarter in the famous Kentucky year, including the Hibiscus, Pimllco Handicap, Swift
Derby. Stakes, Fall H1 hwel ht, (Quaker City and the Sport Page.
Sikkim' made racing history at Tropical Park by winning
Such highly regarded sophomores as two-time stakes four straight stakes this winter, the first horse ever to
winner Farblzon, the distance loving filly Pepperwood, account for that many important successes there at a single 44 i F
Florida-bred Fort Drum, the surprise 50-1 winner of the meeting. s p a
$15,000 City of Miami Beach Handicap, will be joined by With the advantage of being the most beautiful of Flori-
Biller, second Jn the City of Miami Beach handicap, Mr. da's racing plants, Hialeah traditionally leads in attendanceand
Scipio, the colt that closed fastest of all in that shorter mutuel handle. In 40 days of racing last year, total
race. It is expected that a bumper number of candidates attendance was 768.754 and mutuel handle $77,799,958, ,
will go postward in this Saturday, January 14, race. for dally averages of 19,219 in atte ndance and $1,944,999in ems
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' I peg Begg. It's a wee bit better than the best," say
Miami Times I the poetic Scots of their treasured John Begg, whose
taste is gentle, and whose price is light.



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EOPI legal ServicesBy
FOR SALE Move right in. No red tape. No qualifying.

Close (In 17th Avenue. Corner, Fla room, 2 older, but A-1 1 shape, completely reconditioned

large bedrooms, completely fenced. $40', down. new roof, new screens, floors like new,
The Metro Dade County Traffic Court is a court of
$90 month all. this lost large room. Hurry see now.
Hurry, won't call
great interest and importance to the community and its pays :
citizens. The court handles traffic cases countywide, Harry Helen 4232 NW II PLACE
and accordingly a substantial factor in many areas re. or Denny, Ideal location, beautiful corner lot, porch car-

lating thereto, such as effecting traffic safety and ve- port, large dining room, bus on corner, school
hicular operation and regu lation,as well as adjudicating Tip Top Realtors 947-7111 one block, short mortgage.
violators for our traffic rules.
Several years ago, dost of the cities in the county, 1025 NW 28 AVENUE

and the county itself, each had its own manner and method Like new 2 bath, large lot. Completely fenced. :
of dealing with traffic offenders;now however, theyare MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE This will be sold loon

all under the Metro Traffic Code, and the Metro MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY
Traffic Court tries and adjudicates all of the cases. 2 BEDROOM BARGAIN
Recently, during a particularly bad period in traf APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU. 339 NW 39th St. See this older, but nice. home.A .

fic safety, when many accidents and deaths were oc THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE. real steall Make offer. CBS, largr porch and
curing, the court met with other officials, and agreedto PLEASE PATRONIZE THEMI! large rooms. ..
follow harder lines when dealing with violators; Call Owner Direct
particularly involving accidents and other serious of \

fenses. As a result, one charged and convicted of ,
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an accident will be frequently fined $50 and over,whileone : Best '; 758-8749
'I: Buys in Town
charged with the more serious non-accident viola- J :, 'A .: ,
lations, such as running a stop sign, may pay $25 or 't.J
more. The most serious of the Metro offenses, drunk NO CLOSING COSTS ON ANY OF THESE
driving and leaving the scene of an accident, carry far
greater penalties, often including jial time. CBS BEAUTY 3 BEDROOM. Fla room, diningroom Ford Real Estate SpecialsOPEN

Repeated offenders can of course expect stiffer garage, appliances, W/W capreting. Best
treatment on subsequent visits to the court. 11 is the area. $600 down. $16,000 FHA. SATURDAY & SUNDAY I

hope and wish of the officials, that through these stiff
penalties, traffic safety will improve.To $250 DOWN, 2 BEDROOM. CBS Beauty. Front ((1)) 1902 NW 51st Terr. $350 down. $25
i an individual however, even if his offense is and rear porch, appliances, carport, circular week, large 3 bedroom house. i
driveway $11,500 FHA.
not considered too severe, and the fine not relativelyhigh
((2)) 774 NW 70th St. $350 down. $25 week.
it could still be a substantial burden. A compara- I
tively low fine of $10, together with court costs of $5 LARGE 2 BEDROOM CBS on 2 lots, appliances, Large 4 bedroom house.
air cond., $300 down. $12,000 FHA. Allapattoh
or a total of $15, could well be a large percentage of
the weekly or monthly or monthly income of the area. ((3)) 1534 NW 44th St.$150 down. $22 week.

the income of the on welfareor
weekly monthly
or person DUPLEX CBS BEAUTY. Large 1 bedroom and ((4)) 1324 NW 58th Terr. $250 down. $22 week.
social security, or the low income earner. Unfortunately dining each side.
room Appliances,'one air cond.
due to many circumstances, the financial $450 down, $13,500 FHA. ((5)) 235 NW 48th ct $200 down, $77 month. I:
ability and other personal matters of the defendant can-
((6)) 320 NW 40th St. $200 down. $22 week.
not or do not receive sufficient attention by the court. -
When charged with an offense, and when in court, 3 BEDROOM and CBS. Large Flo room, dining room, 3 bedroom, 2 bath home.
carport qualifying. Reasonable
the person is arraigned, or told the charges, and askedto down $12,000 garage.total ((7)) 950 NW 51st St. $500 down. $26 wk.
plead guilty or not guilty. If the person feels not .
guilty, or if he is in doubt, he should plead not guilty. ((8)) 9230NW: 16th Ave.-bedroom apt. $20 wk. I
$65 MO. NO QUALIFYING. Corner CBS, 2 bed-
Thereafter the case will go to trial, and the state will room, enclosed porch, $1,000 down, $7,000 total. RENT: 2125 NW 58th Street 2 bed. apt.
present the witnesses against him. The one charged Outside freshly painted.WE $20 week.
may or may not testify as he sees fit; one cannot be ., ,
forced to testify incriminate himself. After hearing / -. I [
all the evidence, the judge will rule. If one is guilty, $10000WN You Can Buy a Npme'4fo Only _
the judge will impose his sentence. Should the person
charged not be able to pay the fine or have other prob-
lems regarding the sentence, he should bring the same SHELL 'REALTY-" : WE ARRANGE ALL FINANCING I
't to the court's attention immediately. Often the fine can ,
be lowered, additional time given for the payment FORD REALTYINC. Broker

thereof, or traffic school substituted therefore, if the 4260 NW 7th Agree 7515551'Put i
3639 N.W. 15th r
judge is made aware of the problem.If 635-4595

one pays strict attention to his driving habits,

he can prevent many violations and the subsequent traffic
ticketing. Following too closely, speeding,failureto Your QueenIn 'tj '
yield right of way, and other similar violations ac- .f" B" B I

count for a large percentage of the courts activity. One Of Our Castles L t tt Y
Often the results of a traffic session beyond the

fine or other action taken on theoccasion.For instance,
when an accident is involved and the parties did not Homes' For As Little As OPEN SUNDAY

have liability insurance, the law requires that this and BUNCHE PARK BARGAINLike
other items be obtained otherwise the have
; person
his license suspended.Insurance so obtained is usually $100 Down new CBS at 15620 NW 26th Ave. Large Fla.

under assigned risk, and the premiums are extremelyhigh. room, large yard, freshly painted Inside and out,
SUNDAY SPECIAL OPEN 1-5 P.M. 1 block from 27th Ave. and shopping. FHA bar
Likewise, court convictions can cause cancella-
lation or premium increase of existing insurance.As 1060 NW 85 STREET WATERFRONT gain at $9,000 with $300 down, $55.80 month
and seller pays, all closing costs Vacant.
.mentioned. columns, if persons or groupssee Gorgeous 2 bedroom, 2 bath on lake, carpeting
or feel the need for changes, modifications, or eli- appliances, well and pump. FHA terms. What a
minations in the mentioned practices or laws,they shouldact bu/, 2005 NW 93 STREET

upon the same by contacting the Metro judges, 1726 NW 93 STREET Beautiful 3 bedroom CBS, corner, tile roof, separate '1
county commissioners, or state legislatures. If is garage, wall to wall carpeting, fenced,
that these officials Darling 2 bedroom, all mica kitchen, fenced, separate Fla kitchen
only through so doing become aware awnings, room, large modern appliances
of the problems and desires of the individualsandcan garage Only $12,500 FHA. kiddie's pool. This is a large house. -.with
act accordingly. all large rooms-on 2 lots. Price $16,000, $600
820 NW 83 TERRACE down, $98 month. Seller pays all costs !
3 bedroom beauty. Near bus line and shopping.
Appliances and air conditioned. FHA terms 1945 NW 90 STREET

3 bedroom CBS, floors, newly refinished, freshly
FOR SALE 1500 NW 81 TERRACE painted, open front porch, jalousie windows,

3 bedroom, fenced, awnings, well. Doll house. large yard. Price $12,000 with $400 down and ,
.. $100 DOWN PAYMENTS FHA terms. $74.41 month. Vacant. We have keys. G

I 2-3-4 bedroom CBS, like new. Anyone can buy, 1485 NW 83 TERRACE 9946 NW 24 AVENUE

It t vets or non-vets. Payments from $59 month, 2 bedroom, huge Fla room, sprinkler, well and Luxurious corner CBS, flat tile roof, Fla room,
I', pays all.One mortgage. Call: pump. Also corner lot available. No qual'fyl..g.. garage, awnings, large fenced yard, gas heat. A .'
better home at $13,000 FHA with $400 down and

I Harry & Helen Denny 8141 NW 15 AVENUE $80 month and seller pays all costs. ,

3 bedroom, 2 bath corner beauty, fenced fla. 2218 NW 102 STREET
947-7111 room, awnings. No qualifying. Only $101 month.
Tile roof, extra large Fla room, stove, refrigera t
8500 NW 24 AVENUE tor. House will be painted to suit buyer. FHA .
price $11,500 with $350 down and $65.11 month.
Corner, modern 3 bedroom, 2 bath, fenced, patio
Buy A Home Today built-in stove, only 5 years young. No quali- i


((2)) 660 NW 46th St. 3 bedroom, $600 down. BEING DISPLACED BY URBAN RENEWAL. $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING
((3)) 950 NW 51st St. $500 down. Furnished. ._ WE,HAVE,. INCOME PROPERTIES. TOOl
Realty Inc. "" -
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((4)) 2192 NW 92nd St. Duplex. $700 down. '} '

( of Miami, Realtor Life Realty ir.kT?


FORD REALTYINC. Broker 8000 NW 7 Ave. 4932. NW 7th Ave PL 9-4371. ,,.
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j 3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635-4595 \.ivj PL 1-9708 :, ,:i(0pen 7 Day Per Week -. Evening Too? ." ', t'::

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Distress sale, CBS, fully This is the deal you are wait- Luxury house. $27 per week. ........ ......,.
equipped restaurant with ing for, a lovely 3 bedroom, 1 CBS, 2 bedroom, apt. $22.
beer quarters rdison: plus Center living loca bath, CBS, excellentlocation.Like Nice 1 bed. duplex. Apt. $19. t 't""
new condi tion.Has utili- Nice 1 bed
tion. Asking $13,500. Opento CBS, apt. $17.50.
ty room Locatedat
Good 2 bed., rear house $22.
Leonardi! Realty, 2350 NW 89th st. Call fin
Corner 1 bed. CBS duplex.
696-0092. apt
broker for all Information. I
: have a small 2 bedroom, 1 $19 week.
2 bedroom CBS FHA, porch, bath house for sale, directly! CBS. 1 bed. duplex apt. $19.
only $250 down payment. in back of this home. Both 1 bed. porch plus.Duplex apt.
Owner pays closing cost. are avUdable without quali- $19.LIBERTY.
Drive by 1427 NW 51st St.
fying. I will be happy to arrange RENTAL AGENC1
. then call Fenster Realty,
Broker, PL 9-8779. to show 'and give all 2020 NW 62nd Street
" details. This is excellent lo- 633-7809 FAMU ALUMNI OFFICERS Shown here ore officers of the Leon County Chapter

I 3 bedroom 2 bath, carport, on cation. Call broker right now. Come into our office and we I the Florida/ A&M University General Alumni Association. They are, left to right:

Cravero Lake Estates, tile Martin M. Bemey, 624-6983. will show you a good apt. Ed DuFfie Jr., parliamentarian; M. T. Brown Jr., chaplain; Hilmon Sorey, treasurer; I

\ roof, conventional financingonly. V. L. Elkins recording Mrs. M. R. financial
New houses now being com- ----- secretary; Kyler, secretory; Arnett
Then. Drive call by Fenster 1240 NW Realty 88th pleted,one on NW 41st St. and Furn. 1 bedroom apt. with Green, vice president; James 0. Mobley, president; and James L. Gant, president,

Broker st. PL 9-8779. other close-in locations--3 yard and porch. Call OX 1- FAMU General Alumni Association. FAMU staff photo by Ernest Fillyau./

---- bedrooms, 2 baths, garage, 2426.
all custom built terms
3 bedroom 2 bath, FHA
garage with 10% down. Call Realtor, Studio apt for one person. CHILDCAREWill
beautiful lawn, tile
Sonny Wright, builder's representative -$10 per week plus utilities.
l, roof, in very beautiful area. Universal Real 5328 NW 24th ct.7542605. take very good ears of
'J If you have good credit and
$1,250, which includes closing Estate, Inc.4600 NW 7th Ave. ---- your child in my home. 759-
751-8642 One large room in a private 8335.
call for
cost, us appt.
home, working $15
---- person.
, 9-8779.Fenster Realty, Broker PL Only One Like This! weekly. 1440 NW 42nd St. SECOND BUILDING

No qualifying, $100 down, 633-2729.
----- CBS, 2 bedrooms, only $85 -- Northwest 17 Ave & 81 Sf
2 nice houses on one lot. monthly, located on NW 83rd Room in private home. Call DON'T BE
i Good deal for people selling all day Sunday 693-1182.
their homes to urban renewal Terr. Call Ed Malnick, 751- .,. ..----
I or expressway. Furn. Driveby 8642, Universal Real Estate, 3333 NW 69th st. 3 bedroom, WAlDORf ESTATESTHE
4600 NE 7th Avenue
351 NW 45th st. Then call CBS furn. home $27 week. CAUGHT DEAD
Fenster Realty, Broker, PL ----
9-8779. Only $100 down, 2-3-4 bed- Immediate occupancy. Call NEW EXCITING. CONDOMINIUM HOME
room, CBS, low monthly pay- owner daily 444-6126. Eves

for, ments, no closing cost, one 4412824. SITTING ON
Another special people
with money. 3 bedroom CBS, mortgage, twohouses available Rooms men only to live rea- W
2 bedrooms with monthly
,f near 7th Ave. Furn. Porch. mortgage payments only $47. sonably. Call 759-3360 any- YOUR SEAT BELT
Drive by 675 NW 44th st. Universal Real Estate, Inc., time. Preferable morning or
Then call Fenster Realty, evening.
4600NW 7th Ave. 751-8642.
Broker, PL 9-8779.
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9350 NW 14th Ave. (Little 406 NW 51st Street
Genie Homes, new, CBS, 3
1 bedroom house on right
River Blvd.) Open Sunday 2
bedroom, 2 bath, hardwood
side of LIberty
lot. $19
wee kly. -
6, beautiful CBS, 2 bedroom,
floors, good locations. Builtin -
Fla room, carport, air condit- Rental Agency, 2020 -
range-oven. Drive by 1030 int. owner leaving stove and NW 62nd St. 633-7809. 3 BEDROOMNEW

t NW then 51st. call St. and Fenster 1954 NW Realty 41st, refrigeratir, only $300 down, HOME DON'T PAY RENT-OWN YOUR OWN HOME

Broker, PL 98779.No FHA terms.Many other houses HELP WANTED SMALL DOWN
available, all areas thru Multiple
QualifyingDrive Listing Service, Universal Aetna Life and Casualty has PAYMENTNo 2 Bedrooms \\Vi Baths
Real Estate, Inc., 4600 opening for man to train as qualifying, no closing
1730 NW 85th
by st. NW 7th Ave. Realtor 751- group claim representative.Must .
cost, straight
\ Could be used as a 3 bedroom 8642. be college graduate, mortgage Low DOWR Nymtnf
2 bath or home and income. must relocate in six months.
Only $750 down and terms ar 3615 NW 214th StreetROSENBERG
Starting sAlary'$6.600. Phone
3 bedroom, $100 down, CBS
office. A. Weekly Payment
ranged. Key at 443-4281 for interview. Low
Ben-Kori I, Realtor,. 751-2243, vacant, tile roof, good area,
Equal Opportunity Employer
anytime. no closing cost. Sacrifice UN 6.9798FOB
11500. Call now Al Tirella J 13 Immediate Occupancy Excellent Location
r -- ; Realtor, 10124 NW 7th Ave. Babysitter wanted between
, 4 Bedrooms 754-5426 45-55 years of age from 8 ti 1 HURRY!
Edison Area. Drive by 5633 2, 3 days a week.Wednesday,
NW 6th Ave. Big spacious ESTATES MODEL HOMES
home, fully carpeted, ideal 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Fla r am, Thursday, Friday, 691-8984.
for that big family. $400 down. 3230 NW 13th Ave. Call after -------
1517 NW 81st StreetOPEN
5 p.m. weekdays, before Sa- Aetna Life and Casualty has
1 $11,700 FHA terms. A. Ben- turday and Sundays. 635-5724. opening for a clerk typist in
Kori, Realtor, 751-2243, any group claim division. Accurate SALE HOUSE
time. $14,700, $650 down, $111 per typing and filing is a Beautiful 3 bedroom SATURDAY AND SUNDAY JAN 14 & 15
must. Experience not necessary ,
2 Bedrooms, 2 Baths mo. pays all.
coral Gables location. CBS home, hardwood
Edison Area. Drive by 5661
NW 6th Ave. Lovely home, NW 78th SU and 17th Ave. Phone: 443-4281 for interview. floors, tile roof, large
Equal Opportunity Employer
4.houses and store, good income
custom built, Fla room and room in North Miami I
for arpointment call -----
garage. $450 down. $15,000 538-0947 between 8 and Barmaids and cocktail wait- Beach. Near shopping
total. FHA. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor p.m. resses, attractive, betweenthe center and school.FHA
1 Thursday-Sunday.
751-2243, anytime. EDISON 1
ages of 21 and 30. All 5300 down. tal$10,000 ..SpecialsOPEN
shifts. 751-9420 between 5
1959 Chev. sports coupe
Fla Room
hardtop. $350. 759-4174. Call and 9 p.m. Freddie. CALL: 947-1264
Drive by 845 NW 83rd Terrace
between 7 and 9 eveningsand
Beautiful 2 bedroom CBS,car- AFTER 2 P.M. SUNDAY
port, lovely yard, $450 d own, Saturday. NOTICE
FHA terms.Ben-Kori, Teal-
tor, anytime, 751-2243. CBS house, 5 rooms, 2 bed- Monore Music House has movedto 835 NW 84 STREETCBS

-- rooms and close in porch. 1708 NW 36th St. Phone terrazzo floors, awning type wind wo car-

$350 total down payment, includes 947-8050. 374-7565. NO QUALIFYING port, $300 down, FHA. No cluing c osl. County

prepayments. No closing taxes only.
I cost. $71.21 per month FOR RENT BUSINESS OPPORTUNITYBarber $250 DOWN. $75 PER MO.
shop. Equipped. $85
pays all. CBS at $9800 FHA Private room for nice quiet
valuation. One owner home couple NE 5-3845 after 4:30 month. 693-0290. 4423 NW 23rd Court $250 down FHA, 2 bedroom, CBS, Fla room,

with large kitchen and living p.m. --POSITION- WANTED Open 1.5 Sunday 3 bedroom plus screened porch. Excellent condition in and
room. Biscayne Realty, Inc.
759-8600 ---- Childcare 685-1137. furn home. out. Nice and clean. No closing c at.
(Broker) 1 bedroom and effcy. new
---- stove and refrig. new carpet- DRIVE BY THESE THEN CALL EDISON

$350 down payment, includes ing air conditioning art heat., CHILDCARE $400 down.3 bedroom, CBS ((1)) 60 NW 42nd St. Lovely CBS duplex. $450

prepayments. No closing costs Free water, $23 to $25 wkly. Hey mother, have you heard 1800 NW 83rd Street. Open down FHA. bedroom each side terrazzo doors ..
and $77.68 pennonth pays all. Adults only. Dixie Rental the good good news? We now til 4 Sunday. Lovely CBS ,
CBS at $10.500 FIlA valuation Agency, Inc. 3203 NW 17th have for our little babies, a Don't miss this. i
well kept home with car- Ave. 633-2429. daycare college. For informa- corner lot. 1 FHA mortgage. ((2)) 1461 NW 92nd St. Extra special. Very

porte and large screen porch. --- tion call 696-2785. Wilma's $75 per month.
large CBS 1ft bath, 75x110 lot. Tile roof
Biscayne Realty, Inc. Broker, 1 bedroom house. Adults only, Daycare College. ,
" 759-8600. 590 NW 58th St. $22.50 wkly. dining room, Fla room, large garage, many ex-

-- Dixie Rental Agency, Inc. 1444 NW 45th Street trOl$16,500totol. FHA terms.

, down Three payment bedroom including CBS. $425.00 3203 NW 17th Ave. 633-2429. Miami Times WANTED carriers in Opa- $7000 total. 3 bedroom, ((3)) 5710 NW 4th Ave. 3 bedroom, CBS. $300
payments. No closing costs. -2-bedroom-aptl. large newly locka. Miami Times Branch. CBS. down, FHA. No closing cost Tile roof, dining
2270 NW 153rd St. R. J. Mc-
$94.17 month all. *
per pays painted modern. $20 per week.
I $12.500 FHA valuation, modern 2260 NW 62nd St. Owner on Ghaney in charge. ALLAPATTAH REALTY ((4)) 2431 NW 93 Terr. CBS on 75x106 lot. Fla
. CBS, only five years old. premises. Sat. & Sun till 12
$300 down. FHA.
Biscayne Realty, Inc. Broker, Jan. 20 TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO Realtors room, carport. No closing cost

759-8600. --- 633.0426
) 1 bedroom apt. furn. $18.50per CHURCH SUNDAY ((5)) 6520 NW 1st Place. $250 down. FHA. CBS,

'' Y. $500 down payment. No qua week. 7583901. tile room, carport, beautiful I neighborhood Near
lifying, CBS on large corner all Edison schools and two buslines.
lot near 27th Ave. Fla. porch. Lovely room, quiet neighbor

I Biscayne Realty, Inc. Broker, hood. Nice clean person only The Nile RestaurantEXOTIC WE HAVE MANY HOMES AND DUPLEXES,

759-8600. need apply. 759-6026. FHA TERMS OR NO QUALIFYING.YOU .

4 bedroom, 1 bath home. Move Furn. 1 bed. apt. 676 NW 47thSt. (Known from Coast to Coast) CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR

t, right Also have(in. Low three down 2 bedroom payment., 1 Call 757-5814. 4300 Seventh Avenue -Miami FloridaHOME $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING

|2 duplexes in excellent con- Lovely 2 bedroom apt. with HALAAL (KOSHER)

:.. dition. Call for. terms and addresses 696-3680.all appliances. Adults Jan.only.20 BREAKFAST LUNCHEON DINNER EDISON REALTY 'Realtors ,
W. cater your private function )
1 bedroom, 2 bath home, large --- Try Our World Famous Bean Pie and Akbar Coff*

'7la room, closed garage. Call 2 three room houses. 1805 NW BERNARD X., PROPRIETOR 175 %E 62nd Si. 151-2441
->r all information right now. 5th Ct. and 18111/ NW 5th Ct.

Martin M. Berney, Broker Furnished. $13 week. Call\ .
f>24-6983. 634-3177..

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Vista To Conduct Intensive Drive In

Miami For Recruits To fight/ PovertyRepresentatives

of VISTA bor communities,and in pro- In addition, VISTAs receivean
(Volunteers In Service To grams for the mentally allowance for personal
'America), the fast-growing handicapped. Even though expenses and food and hous-
national corps of anti- there are now more than ing, which varies in each
poverty workers, will be In 3500 VISTAS in service. locale.
Miami January 10-13, to there are requests for more Seventy-three VISTAs
seek qualified candidateswho than 10,000.To from the states are servingon
are willing to spend a join VISTA, one must 12 projects in Florida.
year of their lives In serviceto be at least 18 years old. Sixteen VISTAs are servingIn
their country.Headquarters. There is no upper age limit Miami: The MiamiEco-
for the drive Presently, the oldest vol- nomic Opportunity Program
will be the VISTA Informa- unteer is an85-year-oldman has 5 VISTAs; the
tion Center at the City of MI- serving on a Crow Indian Greater Miami Chapter
Public Library,One Biscayne Reservation. "We are In- Council Human Relations
Boulevard. terested in dedicated people Committee has 5 VISTAs;
"Thirty million Americans who are willing to serve for and the Public Defender, MI-
live In poverty," said Miss one year, and living with the ami, has 6 VISTAs.Representatives.
Dorothy Van Ess, Team poor," said Miss Van Ess. from
Leader for the Miami Drive. "We are especially interestedin VISTA Information Center
"These are unskilled people older, mature people who from 10:00: AM to 6:00: P.M
with no hope of Improving still feel they have a skill or ,each day The center's tele- r
1 their station In life. VISTA ability to share. phone number Is 3718411.The .
Volunteers serve where helpIs "The jobs are not easy; halC-hourfllmffA Year : _
needed and encouragement they are often routine, often Toward Tomorrow," will be
sought." frustrating,but they offer Jess shown at 11:00: AMand:00 EQUAL EMPLOYMENT CONSULTANT VISITS BETHUNE-COOKMAN
fortunate Americans the PM each day.Assisting .
VISTA recruits selects
and trains volunteers, and chance to obtain for themselves on the drive will An Equal Employment Opportunity consultant from the Department of Health
then assigns them to projects a better future." be Betty Furness who will be Education and Welfare, Washington, recently toured the Daytona Beach area Insurance
throughout the country There are no entrance re- making radio and TV ap- firms in an effort to inform the groups about possible outlets for securing future
which have asked for help. quirements or examinationsto pearances for VISTA. agents. Morton Harrington (seatedof the Insurance Compliance Staff of the Social
They may serve In urban Join VISTA. The pay Is Recruiting drives will also Security Administration is shown discussing the program with Bethune-Cookman College '
slums, In rural areas, at Job $50 which is accrued month. be conducted at Barry Col- students Rufus Boykins (/left) and Bennye Langley. Edward R. Rodriquez, Di-
Corps Centers, on Indian ly and paid in one lump sum lege and Dade Junior College -
rector of Student Welfare looks on at right.
reservations, in migrant la at the completion of service.

_ College Prof Denied Home Liberty City Child Opportunity Center Meets in New Building I

(continued from page 1) The Liberty City Child Year To- Every One Here" entertained us by singing playing the Tamborines to
covenants were not enforce home buyers in that price Opportunity Center held it's and "Jingle Bells" Room "Rudolph The Red Nose the tune of "Shake, Shake
able although the high court range are more liberal than first meetinginthe conference Reindeer" Room4, Mr. Barr
No. 8 Miss Moncur, 3 years and turn around" and with
did not rule that such he thinks "
trictions were illegal, Sissel res- The ,subdivision they are. is locatedin room of the new building, to 3 years and 3 mos. Enter- ((4 years 4 mos. to 4 years colorful scarves swinging to
said. the big bend of the Palmetto Wednesday December 21, tained us with a musical accompaniment 11 mos.) recited Christmas and for to the tune of Swing,
7:45 the director of the
Thomas, who received his Expressway, and was : p.m. to "RumpaPum Poems and sung "We Wish Swing two resitations were
B.S., M.S.* and M.M. degreesat opened in 1963. It has parks, center opened the meeting, Pum" (me and my You A Merry Christmas" given they ended their pre-
Southern Illinois University, an 18-hole golf course, riding Miss Moncur gave the Invo- drums) with their drums, Room 6 Miss Clary(4 years sentation and our Christmas
has been a member of the academy, square dance pa- catio n which was a very In- then a tape was played of 4 mos. to 4 years 10 mos.) Program with"We Wish YouA
junior college staff sincehe vilion and other recreational spiring Christmas Prayer. Miss Moncur singing "The entertained with recitationsand Merry Christmas."
came to Dade County as a facilities. More than 500 The business part of the 12 days of Christmas"whichwas "We Wish You A Merry
teacher of humanities and homes are in the community. meeting was very Interestingand illustrated by the children Christmas" Room 7 Mrs. Mr.'arrelltheninformed
assistant band director. He Sissel said the ramifica- some very good points wearing a sign of eachof Williams (3 year 4 mos. 3 the parents that the E.O.P.I.
lives with hi wife and nine-
Sengra refusing to
were brought out. The new 11 mos.) this group program had provided gifts
year-old son. sell to Negroes "wheels the items in he 12 days. years
Sissel said he felt Graham's within wheels within are wheels." parents were brought up to was accompanied by Guest for all the children, the pa-
fear of selling to Negroeswas Some people are thinking it date, the vice president (Mr. Room 5 Mrs. Hlnson ((3 Quartet in singing "JingleBells" rents, and all attending were
unfounded."I Is a kind of "city of refuge"for Ownes) Is now thepresident years 4 mos. to 3 years 8 Room 1 Mrs Dean'sgroup thanked for coming, and invited
think he doesn't read those who run away from (Mr. Hunt) the former pres- mos.) gave two musical sel- ((5 year olds) com them to enjoy the re-
correctly the signs of the Integration in the city who ident is now a parent he has ections. Room 3, Mrs. Wal- pleted our wonderful eveningwith freshments that had been pro-
times," he said. "I think the: knows? become member of the staff. ker ((4yea 'st04year4mo8. } two creative dances one vided.
Our meetings now will be
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Group! (C.A.O. ) In- ,
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HOUSE INTERIOR PAINTING AND EXTERIOR AND REPAIR staff organization members by the (director P.T.O.were ),introduced Mr.The BUYING A NEW CAR? ?

Farrell. Mr. Henderson,
Credit Union Representative,
633-6884 informed the group of the Ir
Credit Union and it's pur-

Please call Before 9 a.m. and After 5 p.m. pose. \

There were 139 present
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Leroy Ostransky, their in-
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Room No.2 Mrs. Harris !

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