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 20, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
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issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00451

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t R Ir The fh.i voluntary pro next meeting, ne aadeu. ne tcgrated neighborhoods in ,
t gram toward open housingwas told board members there Miami said: "It is all amat-
launched here Mondayas may be no overnight miracles ter of breaking down the fearfulness -
the Dade Community Relations but "the long-time ef- of what neighbors
Board asked 55,000 fect should be worth it." believe."

residents to sign pledges to Robert Simms, deputy director Simms said that "it's the
welcome Negroes as their of the board and a idea of creating a voluntary
neighbors."If Negro who had lived in in- spirit" among neighbors.
we fail here then we
have over estimated the for

ces arrayed on the side of FISHERMAN KILLED WITH OWN
fairness and the Americanway
," said one of the leaden -
Ben Sissd, executive of

the board added: "In any The Dado County Medical wua founa in the victim's
91 a case, it is healthy for a com- examiner ruled Tuesday that lungs, indicating that death
rya munity to know and face the death of Charles Given, could have been due to drownIng -
the truth about Itself. ." who fell into Biscayne Bay as well as gunshot wounds.
The pledge cards say: "I Saturday after being hit witha Barbara Jean, 23, Givens
hereby pledge with other bullet from his own gun,was wife, told police her husband
like-minded persons to accidental. had a gun his belt when he
welcome and be a good County authorities' said went to get a pail of bait in
neighbor to any newcomers the gun belonging to 23yearold the water at the east end of
Into this neighborhood Given of 2145 NW 60th the bridge on the McArthur
without regard to their race St., was not In proper working Causeway.She .
religion or national origin." order at the time and could said that she heard
Rabbi Narot explainedthat have discharged if dropped. shots but assumed that her
4 those who sign the cards The Medical Examiner's husband was firing at fish un-
Office .also stated that water til he didnot answer her calls.
have the option of paying

PUBLISHERS MEET BAHAMAS PREMIER One of the highlights of the Na- $1.00 and having their

tional Newspaper Publishers Association cruise'to Nassau was a special meeting names and addresses published ,
in full
ads In
arranged with the newly appointed Premier of the Bahama Islands. The Honorable Miami Herald page and The The MI-

Lynden/ 0. Pindling, 36-year-old London educated lawyer, came aboard the S. S. ami News.
Miami Sunday afternoon to address the publishers in a private meeting. The brilliant The cars are being dis-
young leader received a standing ovation from the group and a pledge/ of solid tributed through churches

support from the American Negro press. The Premier invited the publishers to hold civic groups, sod al,community -
their 1968 Annual Mid-Winter Workshop in Nassau and the group unanimously accepted and professional orga-

t the invitation. Pindling is flanked by Garth C. Reeves, convention host, and nizations. 5

,!; Frank L,. Stanley, NNPA president Bahamian Times photo. CRB Chairman Rabbi M
Joseph R. Na.rotsald thepro- N
If >> va I gram "will tell whether Dade
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'1! (,$.(, IClCJLg,@-----t!. OIJI 9 keep looking County saying is community Indeed it is."a forward as we ciJ

During its midwinter work-. principal speaker at Thurs- lishers. Beebe reviewed the The program had been ;
shop held in Miami last week, day night's banquet. He has racial progress in Miami over tentatively discussed with MI- ,
largest in the 27-year historyof been credited with having the past 20 years that saw the ami Board of Realty Sissel '
the association, the National spearheaded a 60,000 Negro successful opening of down- said. The board agreed to go %
Newspaper Publishers registration drive in the South. town lunch counters, without deeper into the matter at the
Association made plans to Branton, former executive incident, integration of
ask that Adam Powell be secretary of the President's schools, restaurants, hotels, -tz'
reseated in the 90th Congress. Council on Equal Opportunity, theatres and other public Cleanup L _
Frank A. Stanley, president confined his talk tothe impactof places-all without fuss or
of the NNAP and pub- the Voting Rights bill in fanfare.
lisher of the Louisville Do- the South. Beebe also praised the E
fender,said it was "traditional Commissioner Athalie Dade County Community Relations Apts. or
that the NNPA speak out Range welcomed the delegate Board and city and
on pertinent issues of the to the 27th annual NNPA con- county officials who were
times." fab in behalf of the city of smart enough to sit around
The NNPA's defense of Miami. the conference table to air CloseThem
Powell stated, "while we do Editor H. E. S. Reeves grievances.Jack .
not endorse all his views, we received the association's Howard, administratorof
do support his right to represent Annual Distinguished Edi- the Neighborhood Youth
his district and take his tor's ,Award as the most outstanding Corps, Washington, D.C. ad- ;
rightful seat in this Congress." editor. dressed the publishers at the
j Representatives of the On Friday afternoon George Thursday luncheon.
NNPA would attempt to meet Beebe,senior managing editorof Owners of an apartment w4
: The Miami Herald,delivered At five o'clock Friday, the at 334 N.W. 22nd St were
with members of
President Johnson and Vice- a masterful address that drew group sailed for Nassau on ordered by Miami building .i
1 President Hubert Humphrey loud applauso'fran the pub- the S. S. Miami. Inspectors Monday to correct
I, conditions in 15 days or dose
in March to lobby for reseating
Powell, Stanley said. place
Powell Did Not Get Mayor Robert King High
In demanding at the Thurs- and CityManagerMelvinL.:
day meeting that the Harlem Reese insisted on the inspect
Congressman be accepted i n tion. The int)actors markedtwo +FQ,
Congress, the NNPA painted Fair Deal. Wilkins apartments In the build-
j Powell as a "crusader for ing as "unfitforhumanhab-
t freedom and equality.
N..W YORK Follow In the House whose recordsdo itation." u
The association went on ing the House of Represen not meet the high stand- High said he asked for
record as favoring:
Expanding and intensifying tatives' denial Adam Clay- ards which have become in the Inspection after reading a
the war on poverty and the ton Powell's seatin Congressuntil the past 24 hours the mea- description of theproperty
Great Society a special committee Investigates surement of acceptability in the Miami Herald and discussing
program. the House. the matter with Com-
A positive program to. assure -
that anti-poverty funds NAACP Executive Director ln,: Democratic caucus missioner Athalie Range,
reach the designated areas Roy Wilkins issued the fol- had voted the day before to Mrs. Range Inspected the a-
and the poor themselves. At- lowing statement datedJan. give Rep. Powell's chairman- I partment Sunday.
tempts should be made, Stanley 10: ship of the Education and Thlrty-five-year-old Mrs.
said, to increase Negro Congressman Adam Labor Committee to Carl'D. Gloria Moore motherof 10,
income more than 10 per Clayton Powell did not geta Perkins of Kentucky.In moved into the building Sat-
cent in the coming year. fair deal In the House of his column distributed urday. Shefound human filth
The association also ex- Representatives. For thefirst to newspapers across the in the bathroom exposed
pressed "deep concern over time in 160 years a chairman country on the weekend of I electric wiring, and garbagepiled
the escalation of the war in has been removed from January 7-8 entitled "Why I outsldeabedroom win-
Vietnam and the shrill and his post In the House. No Single out Powell?", Mr. down.
suit ent voices of the dissi one In his right mind believes Wilkins wrote "No, his conduct Irving and Sidney Suss-
\ dents." However, the actions that Adam Powell Is the is not approved by Negroes i man of Florida Realty and
t, and conduct of the war were first Congressman since generally, but with a Management Corp., man- The cute little number In the Scottish kilts Is
endorsed with hope that they 1807 to be guilty of conduct sure sense born of genera- agers thebuilding,blamed Gladys Anderson who was Miss 700 Pipers at the lun-
would eventually bring"peac the conditions vandals.
justifying such a removaLWe tions of experience they remain on
'* cheon sponsored by Seagrams and Sons at t Bfscayn e
to the world. insist that the yardstick convinced that AdamIs They said they had plannedto
Wiley A. Branton, newly which has been applied to being singled out and have Apt 105 in good re- Terrace last Thursday for the Publisher Workshop.
appointed special assistantto Representative Powell be ap- threatened because he Is not J pair before Mrs. Moore Gladys greeted the guests and passed out souvenirs.

the an U.Arkansas S. Attorney lawyer Generaland was plied at once to all others white. Cont. on page 20 Johnson of Miami photo.


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x WHERE DO WE GO and a down payment of $5,000was vice available in the area.
asked. When the church Minister Preston feels let
FROM HERE could not come up with the down as he has been serving
down payment of $5,000, Rev. areas long before the birth of
door closed to
Every Preston took over the work the EOPI. And EOPI could
have turned for help. Rev.C. and made down deposit
a payment have graded up his center
W. Preston, his staff and a of $500 and immediatelymade rather than force him out of
group of some thirty tots hous- application to the EOPI operation. As of today, some
ed at 6601 NW 24th R. face Office for assistance. Special 15 of our former students are
the problem of being out of effort was made to comply now enrolled in EOPI day care
r doors as the result eviction with every requirement with centers.
notices from the Fenster Real
? reference to eligibility. After Come Monday
o ,s Estate Co. Rev. Preston nine months of waiting no where will Minister morning,
'r r stated that these services for help has been forth coming.Six .
r his class
of 30 tots
i ar yr working' mothers had its beginning months period go?
rN grace Or do
Y you care? Remember he
t h ?r..i several years ago, as a given by the real estate com-
results of missionary work of serves families who have a
Mars Hill Christian Churchof pany to complete the down child problem. These with 2,
is payment. This time has ex- 3 or even 4 children who need
which Rev. Preston pastor.
pired and now the real estate
day care service, and hence
The present building was
company wants back the build-
acgjired in April of 1966 from ing. cannot pay the regular day
the Fenster Real Estate Co.' care fee. Many mothers are at
Needless to say that this a lost thinking of what they
F is a tragedy to our community do hot have the help of Minister -

: '. : since this is the only ser- Preston.CENTRAL .
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A young Ormond Beach a full time student at D-CC. the winters in Ormond Beach. DON'T BE
man is leading a double life "I always wanted to teach The elder Kelder is in the
and is doing well in both kids, just watching my wife banking business and is a

areas. convinced me more.' I talkedto stockholder in a Jacksonville CAUGHT DEAD
Dana Kelder is a studentat a member of the local Education Bank.At LIFEwas
Bethune-Cookman College Board,he recommended 32, the father of two
seeking a degree in elemen- Bethune-Cookman." Kelder isa children, Dana said, "I wantto
tary education. He also pur- junior and expects to finish be a good elementary SITTING ON
sues his hobby as a sports next year. One of ten white school teacher and race as founded In 1922.
car driver with the persis- students attending B-CC which long as my reflexes allow."
tency of a professional. has an enrollment of 1.078, From left to right: Patsy YOUR SEAT BELT --Offers some of the Industry's most generous and
Dana, with his charming Kelder is well-liked by fellow Patterson, Dana Kelder, Er- liberal insurance contracts.
school teacher wife livesin Brenda '
students. nest Sheffield, woods
a comfortable home along and Freddie Johnson. -Markets of Life and
a complete portfolio Hospital
the Halifax River.He resigneda Dana's parents are Mr.
-; job' with'' z, local financecorporation and Mrs. Lawrence Kelder of pJani-imJividjaj i family coverage up.to$50,000.00.
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in order tobecome New York City. They spend -.4r. -- '

Robins --Has 45 years of proven service to over 10,000 sotisfitd .

I Baptist Women's Council Meet g Uniform policyowners.

-Has paid more than $10,000,000 to living policy-
By MARIE M. WHITE attended. from as far as Jack- Centers owners and beneficiaries since its organization.

Another year has passed sonville. ,
into history and we are still We were saddened by the --- = Church Uniforms Offers to qualified young people with a high schoolor

permitted to continue in His home-going of the Rev. S. A. Choir Robes college background, a source of dignified and remunerative -

name. As one of the presidentsof Thomas. He was a highly employment with a golden opportunityfor
the organization may I respected and dedicated -- Church Furniture advancement.Has .
thank each and everyone for Christian gentleman who

the splendid cooperation spent many years in the min-
-- been in the vanguard in movement for
Altar Sets Sunday School Furnishings every
given during the six months istry and was proclaimedan -
and the four decades.
raciallustlc. uplift during past
since organized. Several able an efficient pastor.
thousand we dollars have been One of his last great acts 5 STORES TO SERVE YOU The Company is proud of Its history in this respect.

raised for the cause of mis- was to see that Mt. Sinai 16 W. Flagl.r St. 5900 Sunset Drive

sions. The ministers, God's Baptist Church report more Lauderhill Shopping Center Ft. Lauderdale * * *

appointees, have cooperatedand than $500 during the CONSULT OUR DISTRICT MANAGER IN YOUR
1735 NW 10th Ave. Dadeland Shopping CentelSEE
set their approval on our Foreign Mission banquetLet COMMUNI TY OR WRITE:
us emulate his virtues.
plans.Mrs.. Ann Swit Mrs. Ella We are grateful to the Rev. OUR COMPLETE DISPLAYOF

Baker, Mrs. Mary Frances Thedford Johnson, pastorof CHURCH FURNITURE AT Central Life Insurance
White and several others are SI John Baptist Church, 5900 SUNSET DRIVES
to be commended for assum- who likewise is chairman of uth Miami

ing the responsibility of the the Foreign Mission Boardof OR CALL OUR REPRESENTATIVE Company of Florida
very fine Foreign Mission Florida. He graciously

banquet, which will becomean served us as a forerunnerand 1416 North Boulevard
annual affair. Ministers spurred the entire area 666-8501

to the awakening of the cause
Tampa Florida 33607
of Missions. We are deeply ,
grateful forthe upport given
by all the wonderful ladies ,
of our beloved Baptist Wom-
en's Council and inviteothers
rm ssr i'm' '
to join with us to labor and mr ; :
make a sacrifice of King- ri lexfttas t. SnvtDugie's ild

dom building.Our .. ,.
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M dues are one dollar .1oi' )" .i. 1<- '
A: ..., 1" '
per month. Mrs. Florence I
Davis has been appointed '\
as financial secretary and Paradise

will keep a strict and accurate *M ate cwUatfy itwttest t tttaut
account of all m .nies.

Don't get In arrears. MUHAMMAD'S MOSQUE No. 29 2966 NW 47th St. 633-9995
4 Members are invited to
meet each other Saturday AND

morning, Jan. 21 at 8:30 Hear the life giving teachings of the '
VI o'clock when breakfast will Honorable Elijah Muhammad Dugies Guest House .\
be served. Friends of the

L V. Davis, president of group are also invitedno
2941 NW 47th St. 634-3851
financial obligation. For Meetings
the Florida Voters League : 1
will preside over the Mid- further information, call SUNDAY 2:00 P. M.
Winter meeting Saturday, Jan. Mrs. Ann Swint hostess.
Wednesday and Friday 8:00 P. M. There are no better earth than the
28 at 10 a.m. of the executive rooms on 1

committee in the Colonel 5245 N. W. 7th AVENUE rooms you will find at DUGIE'S PARADISE. I
Room at Captain Alex Res-
taurant, 1900 Broadway, Riviera NEON-TA SOCIAL LiiUn to the Radio Edition of "Mr. Muhammad Sp.ik*" Seeing I is believing. The accommodationsyou'll
Beach, Florida. CLUBThe Sundays, 5:30: A. M. WFAB 990 on the Di.l
Davis, also will appear on 6:30: A. M. WMIE 1140 on the Diet receive, you will find only in chi s
Neon-Ta Social Club brother.
program at the 8 p.m. Annual Reed MUHAMMAD SPEAKS Newspaper
will meet at the home of Mrs.
Banquet at the Palm Beach Annie Lindsey 1335 NW 67th
County voters League at JohnF. Jamaica! Dugle! Always a Friend.! r
Kennedy High School cafe- Street, Friday, Jan. 27. Mrs. I

torium. Ion.* .Buchojtz, is president. . . . . "
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MIAMI TIMES. Friday. JanuarY 70:"'Is.

I Wilkins Announces Legislative Goals For Civil Ri'a-h' if 1 I

WASHINGTON, D. a ness of the last session, but all Senators who-support our statement said: not use public funds-for- -pri-- d.-O;conduct-o--for ;com .

"We must laws move beyond existing It has become increasingly fight for equality to vote fora "The action of the Housein vate activities, then this principle mittee chairmen and deny ,
f barrier until every remaining evident that in the fight for change in Rule 22 so thatit connection with Adam should be adopted as a chairmanships to all who
for all citizens to full equality civil rights the establishmentand will be easier to end a Clayton Powell will be measured rule of Congress and strictly fall to live up to such stand
is level enforcement of rights in filibuster and allow the .
majority against the steps enforced against all member ards. .
led to the ground said law is not .
NAACP enough to enact laws whose Congress now takes to es- ... "We therefore call upon
Director "No legislative programcan necessity they know as wellas tablish a uniform code of UontjitdS to uuupi a code of
Wilins chairman
Roy of the move very far In Con- we do." ethics, standards of conduct "If Congress believes, as ethics for all of Its members,
Leadership Conference on gress unless there are substantial -' and rules of procedures we do, that seniority should to democratize its rules of
Civil Rights, in a statement reforms in rules On Congressional action not be controlling In deter- procedure and to set stand-
released here, Jan. 12. Our Immediate concern is against Repre sent ative "If Congress believes, as mining committee chairman- ards of conduct for all com-
The Conference, composed with the Senate's Rule 22. Adam Clayton Powell the 'we do, that amember should ships, it should set stand- mittee chairmen."
of some 100 national
many years that rule
civil rights, church labor, has !
permitted a minority to
civic and minority group organization thwart the will of Congress.. Summit' Conference on Adam's RemovalA I
met here Jan the success of our efforts to
10-11 to consider its legis- see the enactment of social Philip Randolph, pres- ponsible for Powell House men to be defeated by Negro istration drles-i in the Northern -
lative objectives for the 90th welfare and civil rights pro- ident of the Brotherhood of defeat voters at the polls and In- urban areas to accomplish I
Congress which opened this grams. will be deter- Sleeping Car Porters and veteran Designation of congress tensification of voter-reg-- this aim.
week.Mr. mined in large measure by civil rights leader, has
Wilkins went on to our success in obtaining a announced that he will calla
say "we were encouragedwhen reform of the proceduralsteps "Negro summit confer
President Johnson needed to move these ence" to consider possible 1f
urged Congress to completesome bills through Congress."We action against congressmen
of the unfinished bust therefore call upon responsible for Rep. Adam
Clayton Powell's congres- x''
sional setback. 4r
His House chairman was t tj
taken from Powell last Tues-
Settlement House Field day, and his seat in the 90th
Congress has been denied

Secretary Visits JESCA him Randolph- at least said temporarily.hebelleved j

the congressional action a- f
Neighborhood Centers arrivedin gainst Powell "reflected the
, the city on Tuesday evening greatest crisis in Negro-white
) for a two-day official visitto relations." ;
James E. Scott Community He said the overall aim of
t. Association Inc. a United the conference would be to re-
Fund' agency and member agency examine and revise Negro,
of the National .
Federation.This what he
strategy against
is Miss Colbom s second
I visit to Miami. termed "the white power
A very full schedule has structure.
been planned for Miss Col A spokesman for Rand-
. bom who will review JESCA's olph said that proposals for
( present program and assist the conference would In-
the board in setting guidelinesfor clude: r
short and long range programming Blacklisting of Republicanand \
rn to meet future '
congress- r
needs in the community. Included -
men from Northern indus-
in her schedule will
trial centers with Negro
large 1
be conferences with officialsof

-- Cwnty.the Welfaro United Planning Fund of Council Dade "directly populations or Indirectly", who were res- CONCERT UNDER THE STARS IS TOPFLIGHT PERFORMANCE j }

I Miss Fern M. Colbom, Public Housing, Economic Those who attended Commissioner Athalie/ Range's first presentation of ,"Sun- ,

) field secretary for the National and Opportunity Barry College Program School Inc.of MRS. RANGE PRAISED day Evening under the Stars" in Boyfront Park Bandshell last Sunday osw a topflight -
Federation of Settlements and Social Work. concert of music and dance.
Robert Shaw, chairman of the weekly presentations, called it "a superior performance (
Minister Troy Bay, minister one of the most inspirational performances presented in the series."

1 hammad's and spiritual Mosque head No.of 29 Mu of Some of the.participants shown seated above are: Rev, Luther Pierce, Attorney. 4

Miami was among ,the many Donald Wheeler Jones, Commissioner Range, Miss Joan Storr, Leslie Thomas and ts.:
civic, fraternal and religious Arthur Evans who conducted the Northwestern Senior High Chorale seen In the"back'
personalities present at the ground. Johnson of Miami photo. '
i Sunday evening concert under
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the stars at Bayfront Band- tli9....w..........w.wwwwwwwv
shell to hear the splendid
program! hosted by Commissioner 6

Donald Wheeler Jones 9 AT MODERATE RATES .
with the theme "Spiritual
Value in Negro Culture and 9 CALL .
Spiritual Values, Then and .9
Now. .............. -
Commissioner Range was 9
congratulated by Minister 9 wan' ,
Bey not only for the magnificent 9 BONDED A iw.as a.a .
cultural program but for
her outstanding work in the 9
community-at-large. 9
States Minister Bey "Mrs. RENTAL
Range is a well versed and
The Visiting Committee program, initiated by Col. qualified person and is Indeed -
worthy to be the commis-
Edwin F.Poage, administrator of the Christian HospitalInc.
sioner and I can truly see the 9 AGENCY .
., has for its goal the first hand acquaintance of great wisdom the appointees ;
members of the Board Trustees with the everyday activities in selecting her for such a "
the facilities, and services of the hospital.The noble post. '

first visitors were Board members Grace Higgs and INC 1
James McClellan shown above with Col. Poage in the TELL OURADVERTISERS I } PL 9-8733
Medical Records Room discussing the findings of the

tour. Total findings will constitute one basis for the '
YOU SAW IT IN THE *k ? _.- :
total hospital improvement program. ::=u::


Headquarters for the ANNOUNCING NEW LOCATIONWell .

Dressed Man A f.ii.f 'cart and collector jive door to door servlcl for tenants convenjeas.t ;:||\ .
Alteration andR.mod.ling r M' R 'J A eoinnunlty'.recreation: center for teenojer and adults l 'rent free," fsrnis..&. ;i '

FAST SERVICE ., and air conditioned for,your, contort and enjoyment, 'J ):, ,
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COAST ,Y',' A |H Ul relation' I'diportmwtVoijtoyo; ? ; problews. .
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fS12NWh Av..Hollo dal.WA 7-2434 1675 HW 62nd St. OX 6-2467 .

FOR SALE WAl+ $605 NW 7th Tm.Ft, Lod.rdoltJA4.33,57. 4Z40HW27th A"NE.5..1446 .
n + hl A17325 Homestead Ave. Perrln. CE 5-3553 3801 Grand Ave.,- Grov. HI 5.1381 .

CBS YC.LI"AN III Okw 1019 Hommondvillf Rd. Pompono- 3-3235 .

$7500 TOTAL 4617 NW 22 Ave. .5 5
$ HON. L. L. BROOKS, President 9

339 NW 39th 'STREET Miami, Florida GEORGE P. HARTH, General! Manager 9

$ CHARLES A. LOCKHART, Public Relation Director .

< OWNER: Phone 633-9345 .
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758-8749 '15 Years on 20th Street : .If I am to enjoy better- life;o'thtrs nest (live better too" L. I.. Brooli .

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4 THE MI AMI TIMES, Friday, January 20, 1967

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I 4 + t em. f\Jltf1M1\ '' .. To Be Equa.1

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H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Pobll.h.r \, ""lI1 \ BY WHITNEY M. YOUNG, JR.ey ,

GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor Booker T. lIa as \' \ t1//
Urban LeagueFrank
WILLIAM W. McBRIDE, City Editor Executive Director,
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STANLEY I. SWEETING, Theatrical Editor Robinson of the Baltimore Orioles has been

Member of the National Newtpaper Publlther Association named male athlete of the year giving him the distinc- Many of the key decisions affecting our lives are taken
officers and boards. A Library Board de-
tion of considered the world's by
being top athlete. His
the board of
cides when libraries open and close, a charitable
SUBSCRIPTION RATES selection, the result of an associated press pollmakes' organization decides what services it will provide and

ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 him the top performing athlete ,of 1966. They feel here, a Zoning Commission can alter the future of a

his achievements on the baseball field have been su neighborhood by Its decisions. Because of the far-ranging
Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post' perior to any other athletes' performance of his part lea Influence of these bodies, it is essential that all elements

Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 lar skills. I disagree with this selection. 1966 was a of the community! be represented in their membership.

Office at 6530 NW 15th Ave. Phonic 691.0421 691.0455 very productive year for Frank Robinson, but I don't Unfortunately as in so many other areas of American
feel his accomplishments on the field qualify him for life, Negroes are often excluded. This means that plans
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" this distinction. He could easily qualify as the greatest and decisions vitally affecting the lives of many Negro
The NEGRO believes best lead
PRESS that
the America can spark to a team's effort, but not as the top performing dtlzens are made In their absence.
world from racial and national antagonism when It accords
to every man regardless of his race, creed or color his
is double tragedy here. First, this separation
human and my opinion, the top performing athlete of 1966 There a
legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no man-4he
Negro Press strives to help every man In the firm belief that was Muhammad Ali (Cassius Clay).Just as I know this, between the decision-makers and the community encour-
a feeling of alienation and powerlessness. Second, it
so does the sportswriters and radio and television ages
men are hurt as long as Is held back.
human the
results in a misuse of resources, as talents of
sportscasters who voted infavor of Frank Robinson. No and
the Negro community neglected
BAHAMA NEGROES MAKE HISTORY competitor offered the viewing public a greater show of .

perfection in his chosen field than Muhammad. Ali. who have established their leader-
History was made in the Bahamas last week when at Only The many Negroes
'8'Gen ra) Election, the three parties in the contest were the three of the top ten receiving votes as top athlete can ship and capabilities, both on the job and in the many

Progressive Liberal Party, the United ,Bahamian Party give a true analysis of his performance on the basis of fraternal and charitable organizations which perform such

and the Labor Party. The result was a tie with 18 seats individuality. These would be Jim Ryan (track) Billy excellent work, could contribute a great deal to the community -

for the PLP and 18 for the UBP. Casper (golf) and Muhammad Ali (boxing). The others at large.In .

The Bahama's Labor Party won one of the seats, but 'can only assess their accomplishment5 on the basis of
'turned it over to the PLP, giving them 19 and the victory. addition to this vast pool of under-utilized leadership,
team effort. Their personal performance depended on includes still who have
Their leader Negro community more
Lynden Pindling, is the first Negro in the
execution by others who make the unit of needed these Institutions but lack
Bahamas to gain the premiership in the 305-year-old proper up the qualities so sorely by ,
colony and the second person to hold that post. which they are a part. Frank Robinson could knock the the training.

The governor said is the of ball out of the park every trip to the plate, but if his
Pindling member the To help develop this latent leadership, the Urban
House of Assembly best able to command the confidenceof teammates fail to make the proper defensive moves his League has a ten-city Leadership Development Program.

that chamber. efforts would be in vain. About 1,800 people are being trained In community or-

Pidling is 36 years old and is one of Nassau's popular The champ..has fought in America, England and ganization and leadership and civic affairs, and then at-

young lawyers. He says that his party was for everyone. Germany all during the year 1966. His victories have tempt to gain appointment to the boards which influencestheir

lie hopes the white population has realized this and has been classics in the art of fisticuffs. His record, .unblemished lives. A study made to establish the need for this
,no fears. showed that city after city had no non-white
is comparable to any before him. His op- program
"In the event British or North American 'investors have been chosen from the ranked participation boards like the Board of Elections, the Civil
ponents among top
feel uncertain, I would like to whatever'fears
may allay Service Commission, the Zoning Commission, and other
heavyweights in the world. Yet, in the opinion of 428
they might have, said Pindling. Institutions charitable
including private
Pindling has thanked the British and American press, individuals voting, only 10 cast first place votes in favor groups.

radio and TV for their fine coverage of the election campaign of the champion. Is it possible our sportswritersand The program is aimed mainly at people who have

,and the events and issues leading up to it. sportscasters are subsconsciously prejudiced in fa- never involved themselves before in the life of the community -

He said he would not seek Independence from Britainbut vor of the sport to which they owe their success? If ordinary people who were surprised to find that they

within the context of self-government there still re- this is even a possibilitythey should disqualify them- too, could do something of Importance and help their

mains some steps to be taken. selves from voting on Male Athlete of the Year. friends and neighbors.One .

Following is his cabinet: A. R. Braynan, speaker of The has himself be
champ proven to a campaigner.He .
involved in the that he decidedto
man got so
the House; Atty. Wallace Whitfield, Minister for Works; has made confidence for which individual program
a commodity an
Dr. Curtis McMillan, communications Jeffrey run for office and was elected mayor of his town. A
; Thompson -
can be scorned.His acceptance of the world's mother on welfare became member of her
Internal Affairs; Warren Levarity, Out' Island Affairs a city's Poverty
; Kandol Fawkes, parliamentary margin, Labor and opinion of him has established him as a believer of Program Committee. A housewife was appointed to the (
destiny. He determined to be different. The Goodwill Industries Board. In in the '
Commerce; and Clarence Bain and Clement Maynard, appears one city, some people
m misters 'without portfolio. laws of our country grants him this privilege. He h as program decided their neighborhood needed a better recreational -

R So- the Bahamas government is now controlled by exercised -his rights of freedom of speech and choiceof program, for kids and drew upplans for such, a
and consider this different from program, which was funded by the city. In all of the participating -
Negroes. Congratulations.'The times certainly religion,' I no any
cities there examples of Individualswho
we are changed with them. other American who says what he feels, and worships are many
had ability and leadership qualities and who just
QUITE A CHANGE where he wants to. never m ade full use of them, getting appointments to citywide .
Even in a champion, the world's majority cannot boards and representing their community.
Interesting is the news, that the following West Indian ,
distinguish the new breed. They refuse to recognize the Despite the obvious need for minority representation,
territories will become states in association with Britain;
discontent in today's young people. Because they are and despite the availability of people willing to serve,
Dominica Grenada St. Kitts and
Antigua, Nevls-AguiUa
not conformist they are termed radicals, widening the many agencies are still blind to the need to mend their
St. Lucia. Anouncements was made from the Commonwealth -
Office unday night. gap already existing. It is always easy to look back ways. I recall one man In the program' who was a civil

Statehood Day for Antigua, St. Kitts and Nevls-Agullla and made adjustments that would have been more bene- servant in a large dty and expressed an Interest in work-

is February 27; for Dominica and St. Lucia, March 1, ficial. The fact that man is possessed with a me- ing with a charitable agency. After going through the
makes this of training course and presenting himself to the group, he was
and for Grenada March 3. mory an interesting part
These islands will be known as the West Indian Asso- his maturity, but during the course of our recollections, told that it was agency policy to start volunteers at the bot-
tom of the ladder and then let them work their Into
ciated States. They will be self-governed, and have the we realize no force could have altered or changed our way
decision-making "One look at their list
posts. waiting
right to end the association and to assume their Independence
original places.For showed me that it would be five to ten years before I could
without reference to the British Parliament ,:/. those who need a basis for opinion of male
my get such a post" he said. This means that it would be
Britain'spowers ?fand responsibilities'wllUbe;. .'-t' limitedto athlete, the females considered for female athlete of five to ten years before that agency would have even taken
matters ,of defense and external affairs. ,
the year are all individual performers. Kathy whitworth, Negro representation on its board, despite the fact that a
the winner for the second straight year is a golfer.The third of the people living In that city are Negroes.

LURLEEN SUCCEEDS GEORGEIt top ten represent gofl, track, tennis, skating and These organizations must come to realize that without

happened this week in Alabama when Mrs. George swimming. None have been chosen on a basis of team making a place for minority groups, they are cutting

Wallace, governor-elect, was inaugurated Monday in Mont- effort. The puzzling point is that the same individuals themselves off from the community they serve. In a time
of change, these organizations cannot afford to sit still.
as the first woman of the state.
gomery having voted the most outstanding male athlete, also
The new governor is 40 years old and is the mother of
selected the most outstanding female.
four children. Governor Wallace, expects her husband and
How long must Muhammad Ali This is the
precedecessor, to be a candidate for the presidency in 1968. ( name
Cassius Clay has chosen for himself, which is alsohis I Phil'Ossofer II

WE HOST PUBLISHERSLast privilege) be judged on the basis of his religion? We're

week The Miami Times was host to the National suppose to judge an individual on his or her ability t 0

Negro' Publishers Association Midwinter Workshop heldat perform that endeavor they have chosen as a profes- I Congratulations to Ed The foolishness of the

the ,Biscayne Terrace Hotel, Thursday and Friday.On sion. Success is usually the reward of a man showing Sullivan making The Rolling "sheep" who subscribe to

Friday 50 ,members of the group left on a cruisingvisit perfection in his field. This has not been the case with Stones removeobjectional the new morality reminds

to Nassau, Bahamas, by the s.s. Miami, returning the champ. The majority refuses to grant him the rightto words from one of the of the story of the king and

on Monday. They reported a very enjoyable visit. The dissent. They ridicule his choice of religion and ex- songs they were to play on the Invisible suit, In whicha
group was also pleased with their visit to Miami and, "con man" convinced a
pect him to stand idly by docile and timid. His nature his program. He said
naturally, we wereproud hosts. king that he could weave him
will not permit this. We could find a more acceptabb "Either the song goes or
beautiful suit that would be
able attend the
Ye Editor was only to banquet on a
but don't think we'll find the Stones go. He was
champion tomorrow, I a truer invisible.
Thursday evening. However.not only did he enjoy doingso
thinking about the thousands
but one of the surprises in his life was when it was champion for a long, long time. He's my athlete of of youngsters who watchedhis Day after day the wouldbe -

announced and he received the distinguished Editors the year. program.One tailor went through the
Award. motions of weaving the suit

It's hardly necessary to say how highly appreciativeYe of the causes of the ''and fitting the king. Finally,
Editor felt at receiving the award. but a skeleton in the closet. breakdown In our moral one day he announced that
The address by Editor George Beebe of The Miami On Monday the commission expressed its confidencein standards comes from thoseIn the suit was finished, and the

Herald on Friday was Informative and Inspiring. It re- Manager Homer. This should well rumor ofany changeat "power"; movie producers king proclaimed a holiday

ceived merited applause. least for same time.We've. book and magazine publishers -' throughout the kingdom. He

Returning on Monday morning from a three-day cruise to name a few. The led a parade on his horse
on the s. s: Florida to Nassau, the publishers flew out "new morality"being foisted and everywhere he went, the

Monday afternoon.METRO'S. upon us is, in reality, "no people oh-ed and ah-ed and
Moved! morality." We are so con- praised the king's beautiful
TROUBLEWell fused in materialism that invisible suit. Then, as he
Metro still has its troubles, and seemingly thingsare the merchants of filth, out to rode down a certain street,

not going too smooth. make a fast buck, are con- a little child,looking, said,
Now it's the tax assessor's office, last week from whicha Into Our New Home ning us into accepting these "The king is naked! This
third man has been discharged, and another resigned. "standards." broke the spell.I .
Charges were made that county records were falsified have found a way to

to pay for wiretapping equipment. State Attorney Richard 6530 NW 15th Ave. The moral laws are the break the spell of those who
Gerstein said he would take all his wiretapping evidenceto same as they were when God lean towards the"newmora-
the Dade Grand Jury. first sent a Prophet to teach llty." After they state their

There was also some talk reported about a probable L- His earthly children the true case, I merely ask them,
successor to our county manager. Other reports are that 1iT ways to live, and should the "Would you approve of this
the commissioners are satisfied with County Manager J mt .JPff earth continue to exist for a for your wife or daughter?'

Homer. billion moreyears, theselawswill The silence that follows

;,'s'P, J t.VI I\o.t,'fpr pp p1J X f i ,1J'J l\r PrY,. ,JJ ) .pJ tet still remain the same. speaks louder than.words.



THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 20, 1967 5

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Carolyn K. Smith and Leonard A. Barefield were

married Friday evening in Norland Community Church.Mrs. ..'

Louis Glasserwill be installed tonight(Thursday ::\ /:" a y

)Jan. 19 for a second term as president of the Greater i } Apt
Miami Urban League. Dr. Royal W. Puryear, presi- k Y t y
dent of Florida Memorial College will conduct the installation -

ceremonies at 8 p.m. in the Wolfson Audito- ?-.11
rium at Temple Israel. Guest speaker will be Dr. H. ,. 1
Franklin Williams, dean of the University College at '''- -
the University of Miami. A reception will follow. The Mrs.Iva Dell Smith of 1621 Mrs. Elfleater Washington
announces the of her
public is invited. NW 55th St. and a member of
daughter Boncile to Mr. Alon-
Trinity CME Church just
been awarded a Certificate of za Hudson on Saturday, Jan.
Our own Athalie Range is among the women honored Award by the U. S. School of 21 at 6:30 at Mt.Sinai BaptistChurch ,
by the Women's Department of the Miami News in its Music, of Port Washington, 698 NW 47th Terr.
annual salute to outstanding women of Dade County, New York after completing
Congratulations. two years of study of the written examination in that
piano and passing the final subject. 1 ,d
Friends of Oraldo (Known better as OK) Kelly 1

mourn his passing. OK died Monday, January 16.

Among the special events for the ladies attendingthe ___" '__"'I"I"r 'r ,-

Mid-winter workshop of the NNPA were a breakfastand
He is also a graduate of Tennessee -
.1 Mr. Charles Wesley Moore
fashion show at Jordan Marsh's Gulfstream Room, ? Syr and
was married to the former Miss serve
and a bridge party at Biscayne Terrace's International Ethel Augustine Cook Saturday M an assistant football coachat
Room. Ann Lindsey and Edmonia Jackson were high at the St. Paul Methodist Bethune-Cookman College
scorers at the bridge party. Betty Alford of Miami and Church in New Smyrna Beach, where his father ,is president.
Jeanne Rhodes of Philadelphia won door prizes. Fla. The bride chose a formal
knee-length gown of silk and
Sgt. E-6 Norman Howard is off to Neurenberg, Ger- She is the daughter of Mr. embroidered lace. Her illusion
and Mrs. James 0. Cook of veil fell from a forward head-
many after a ,30-day( leave. Wife, Gwen feted Norman New Smyrna Beach, Fla. The piece of lace designed in
with a surprise brithday party on Saturday evening at bride II a 1964 graduate of crystal drops. The maid of
their home. Tennessee Un iversity and cur- Honor was Allis! Ruth McBride
rently studying at Atlanta of Daytona Beach, Fla. the
Before taking off for Germany, Airman 2-C William University toward a master's, best man was Reginald E.
Hanna is enjoying a 30-day( leave with his parents, degree in French. Moore.A .
Mr. and Mrs. William Hanna, 1418 NW 69th St. The groom is the son of reception was held in
Dr. and Mrs. Richard V. the reception room adjacentto
Moore of Daytona Beach, Fla. the church.
the Club will
Tonight, Square-Circle Sportsmen
celebrate its 26 anniversary with a ball at Bayfront

Park Auditorium. /.. ,OUR: 'CLASSIFIED ,ADS?" .

Happy anniversary to Frith and Dorothy Watkins, IRrNG RESULTS .
who will celebrate their first on Friday, Jan. 20, 1966. ;'-.. \!

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Here from the snow and ice of Detroit, the Elroy ,ziwy!
Richardsons were guests of the Thomas Brasfields and r
the'}. Howard Bryants. Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE rI I
"MR. JACK" j
Sgt. and Mrs. Nathaniel (Addle) Washington of FOB '
Tampa were weekend guests of Herbert and Evelyn tTh.
'.'. .
of Addie and were : '
Williams Brownsville. Evelyn long- '
V.ry Latoit In Me.. Fabliau
time friends and enjoyed the reunion. I
Two weeks of surf and sun is what Violet Henry of
BRAYNON-HAWKINS gown of white ilk taffeta 944'NW 2nd Are. Miami, Florid.WIGS .
Springfield Gardens, N. Y. is hoping for as she visits trimmed with lace, fitted boo
her sister,Mrs. Florence Moss and her niece,Altermeas' Mr. and Mrs. John H. Bray- dice, seeded pearls at the
non, Sr. announce the marneckline; in the back,two.
riage of their daughter, Owen- lace-trimmed panels fell from
Juanita to 0. the waist to the hemline. A
dolyn Henry
Enjoying the cruise on the $/S Miami after a weekat
Hawkins, in a simple cerecrown of pears and net grac-
the Sheraton British Colonial Hotel in Nassau were mony at Greater Bethel AMB ed her head, and she carried
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Sherill of Salisbury, N. C. and Dr. AME Church, Sunday, Jan. 8 a corsage of white carnations
and Mrs. A. L. Cromwell of WinstonSalem.For Rev. S. A. Cousin, offlcia- atop a little white Bible.
ting. Miss Medina Carney, a Iy
take cruise to Nassau. childhood friend of the bride .. is
a relaxing weekend a ** Hawkins a graduate

I t was most delightful. I talked with Mrs.Arthur(Dianna) Mr.served Henry as maid-of-honor Williams, a long and of and Florida a teacher A&M at University Poinciana, MR. WALTERS
Wood and Mrs. E. R. (Carol) Hanna who send hellos to time friend of the groom, Park Elementary School. Mr. i
all their friends in Miami. served as best man. Little Hawkins is an employee of
Lisa Gibson, cousin of the Florida East Coast Highway Now Two locations :-
bride, served as flower girl, Dispatch Co., and serve as
After the business of the Mid-winter of
Workshop and another
Gaylord Payne,
General Chairman of Local I
the National Newspaper Publishers Association on cousin 01 the bride' served as No. 1 of International Assoring 6225 NW 22nd Ave.
Friday, fifty members boarded the S/S Miami for a i bearer. cialien of Employees for the
cruise to Nassau.We spent three wonderful fun-studded state of Florida. The Hawkins'''
days and nights, delectable food, gay parties, movies The bride was beautifully are planning a delayed honey- 6011 NW 7th AVE.
dancing and galas. The highlight of the trip was an in- attired in a shat wedding moon in June in Chicago. ACROSS FROM THE ,CONTINENTAL CLUBPhone

terview with the newly elected premier, Lynden 0. :
Pindling in the Cinema Room of the S/S Miami on dock Here from Michigan is Origen Colebrook Jr.who's' 1

side in Nassau. visiting his mother, Delores Bethel and grandfather, 754-9820
Rod Taylor.
Paul and Eugenia (Cash) Stubblefield of Washington -

D. C. are in the city for a few days after returning Friends of Robert Scott are wishing for him a speedy 696-9698
home for the funeral of her father, Mr. George T. Cash, recovery. Robert is recuperating at his home in Browns 1'\
of Coconut Grove. ville. ,
Among the out of town persons attending the funeralof It's Mardi Gras time again. The annual Mardi Gras CUTTING & STYLING
Mr. George T. Cash were: Brunswick, Ga,: Mr. Adel Ball given by the Church of the Incarnation will be at
Johnson; Portsmouth, Va.: Mrs. Margaret Hale; Stuart, the Biscayne Terrace Starlight Room,Feb. 3. One of the '' ONE DAY SERVICE
Fla.: Mrs. Louise Mitchell, Mrs. Hilda Davis and Mrs. highlights of this event will be valuable door prizes. BY REQUEST
Norma Davis;Jensen Beach, Fla.: Mr. and Mrs. Alphon- Get your tickets from members.
sa Christopher; West Palm Beach: Mr. and Mrs. Ervin _

Mitchell, Miss Victoria Solomon: Detroit, Michigan: Mrs. Looking for a brush-up course self-improvement?
Mabel Smith; Nassau: Mr.* Charles Bethel, Mrs. Ken- (Most of 'us can use one on occasion). A 15-week non- ALICE.PREINVENTORY.
neth Sawyer, Mr. George Albury; Ft. Lauderdale, Mrs. credit course in personal dynamics for women will be
Dorothy Albwy and Jeffry Albury;Tampa: Rev. and Mrs.J. offered at the Koubek Center, University of Miami, be- SALE
B. Lang, Mr. James Lang and Ruth Colemon; Fernan- ginning Feb. 2 at 7:30 p.m. First lesson Is open to the
dina Beach: Mr. James Chatman; Melbourne: Mrs. Lena
Sharpe, Mr. Horace Tucker, Mrs. Myria Russell and Mr. 100%

and Mrs. Eddie Shepard and children; Tallahassee: Mr. The W. A. Chapman Board of Greater Bethel AME
and Mrs. Worrell Gaitor; Port St. Joe, Mr. R. A. Dries- Church will hold its annual tea at the home of Dr. .and HUMAN

bach; Washington, D. C.: Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stubblefield; Mrs. W. A. Chapman, 526 NW 13th Street, Sunday, Jan.,
Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. George F. Cash, Mr. Ken- 22 at 4 p.m.Sympathy. HAIR WIGSFrom
neth Cash, Mrs. Relford McGriff, Mrs. Sarah R. Hicks, I

Father Austin R. Cooper.Mrs. to the following families in their loss of $24.95

,loved ones: Kelly-Cleare-Givens, Johnson, Woods,
Mae Tuggle of Gulfport, Mississippi was Whitehead, Thomas, Williams-Clay, Jones, Mack, Black' COMPLETE; WITH
guest of her sister, Thelma P. Outler and nephews for Home, Johns, Smith, Corbett, Peters and Flood. May FREE WIG CASE
two weeks. they rest in peace. I F '

Willie Mae Jones of Bronx is visiting Pauline THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK "Habit The
Smith at her Liberty City home. Pauline and Willie spent diminutive! chains of habit are generally too small to GENEVA (REGULAR 569.95 VALUE)
.three days in. Nassau. ,be'felt, till.they, aretou strong to be broken." .


6 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 20, 1967imiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii


RiC O ND Our Boys in the Proper ReapportionmentStill


NE IGHTS ,. Armed Forces I -= Needed

1111111111111111111111.111111.11..1 I Much is being said and very little done about the
reapportionment issue in the state of Florida. As of

By Gwendolyn Lavern Ross son Airman of Mrs. David Lula Williams Whitlock of, January 17, 1967, a plan was passed by the Legislature

I ''I 1900 NW Slat St., entered the which continues to discriminate against Negroes in the
KUlian High students christened Channel 10's neVI, 'U. S. Air Force January 19. state of Florida. Why is it that our own legislators from
Biscayne Boulevard studio with their appearance on thi I He will go to Texas for his Dade County refuse to draft an equitable plan that will
basic training and then be
Saturday Hop show on January 14. Barbara Hall and I assigned in the general field, benefit everyone in the state?
Sheldon Anderson became prizewinners in one of the dance the field he selected befog
contests. 3 I his enlistment. Airman Whit- Take a look at Georgia, Oklahoma, Tennessee,
. . .
lock from Illinois and other
I was a graduate Texas, states including Mississippi.
Southern Normal High School, They have been told by the courts to straighten up and
Members of the Richmond Heights Garden Club arc In Brewton,Ala.,and has been they have complied. 'Why can't Florida?
alerted to attend the meeting slated for Mrs. John R. Me- attending Miami-Dade Jr.
''Cray (Katheleen) home on Monroe Street, at 5 p.m. or College.about For further information Every Negro available should make it a point tobein
January 28. the U. S.your Air Force, please court January 25-26 in the Post Office Building, 3 ONE
contact Msgt Bill Randall at 1st Ave., to hear the arguments on the reapportionment -
Girl Scouts in the Sunny Pines Neighborhood are busl1ypreparing 109 NE 5th St., or call 379- case. Your presence will note your interest In
for the campout scheduled for January 28, 29 1702. \
and the judge or judges in their
your government
in Flamingo Park in the Everglades.The .
-------------- fair share if
ask for interested
decision. We must a we are -

community sympathizes with Mr. Walter A. White., TALLAHASSEEAFlo- in survival.
rida A&M University
Principal of Frank C. Martin Elementary School on the graduate
has been awarded the nation'ssecondhighest
loss of his mother Mrs. Emma White. Mrs. White had military decoration The people of Dade County should be aware of the
been a resident of Stewart, Florida.If for having distinguished candidates in the future who oppose districts. Local

himself by exceptionally me- political leaders should be busy recruiting their followers -
you're a sports fan and looking for activity, Rich. ritorious conduct In the performance to attend the hearing.
mond Park is abasketball tournament Jan-
staging a on
of outstanding ser- Two militant civil rights attorneys,W. George Allen
uary 21, at 9:30 a.m. Junior High teams will competefor vice while serving as
game honors. tion officer of the opera-6th R and Alcee Hasting of Ft. Lauderdale, will submit a
Psychological OperationsPSYOP d plan that will echo the Negro attitude toward reappor-

The Teenage Commission of Bethel Baptist Church an- ( ) Battalion in the Republic tionment.It .
nounces the "engagement" of four member couples. Theyare of Vietnam. certainly was a gallant battle by Mr. Lynden
: Miss Sheila Stringer and Mr. Van Williams; Miss Major Thurman D. Orattic, Pindling and his Bahamian machine to gain recognitionfor
Annette Flungry and Mr. Ronald Nolton; Miss Wilhel- a native of Ft. Myers, was r
had be
the in the Bahamas. It to unity
mina Brown and Mr. Charles Blakely; and Miss Joyce awarded the Legion of Merit Negroes
Sanders and Mr. Clifford Howard. award prior to his return t o diligence and ability for the Negroes in the Bahamas to

The group will be "married'* in an afternoon (3pm) the United States from Viet- win.
ceremony In the church chapel on January 29. A reception nam last month. He is a 1951 If possible, send telegrams to the U. S. District
will follow on the church grounds. graduate of Dunbar High School, Private Kayvert Hill, son Court, Southern District of Florida, reference case num-
The public is cordially invited to attend these "weddingsof Ft. Myers, and a 1955 graduateof of Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Hill of ber 186-62 DD 30 NE 1st Ave., Miami, Florida, stating
the season" for a donation of 25 cents. Florida A&M. 1801 SW 48th Ave.,West Holly- favor of Districts for Florida's
that you are in Legislature. -
Tho citation reads in wood, Fla., spent the holi-
part: "Through his initiative, days at home. Private Hill is .
Second Baptist Church's Deacon and Deaconess Board resourcefulness, adaptabilityto stationed at Ft. Rucker-Ala. .
will observe their first anniversary with two programs: change, and readiness to He is in the 2nd Enlisted Stu-
Sunday, 29
January 1:30
8 p.m. on January 20, and 3 p.m. on January 22. resort to the expedient, Major dent Company. Social clubs and friends of
Orattic has contributed im- ,. E. D. Hill, pastor
the city will be represented.All .
measurably to the United Ruth R. Lucasreporter
States' counterinsurgency efforts COMMERCIAL ART Our new location Is now
in South Vietnam." OFFERED AT M-DJC 7940 NW 15th Avenue. We are members and friends of
The 34-year old officer, making progress each step of the city will be represented.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt Basic skills in commercialart the way, in attendance, spiri- They will be represented in a
Orattic, 320& 29th Streets how to buy, select and tually, increasing in membership musical and literary program,
Tampa, is a member of Omega use the latest materials and and financially.Our special donations will be r
Psi Phi fraternity. Instruments will be em- first church and com presented. All members and
'phasized in the Commercial munity sponsored program friends of the city are cordially
r" MEDICAREA Art course (non-credit) offeredby will be held at the church, invited to attend. .J
the Continuing Education _
department of Miami-Dado
cordial welcome is ex-
tended to all persons interested Junior College North this term. I
in receiving more information SERMONS SUPREMESpecial
on Medicare.Mrs. Charles Classes, beginning Jan.
A. Carroll, secretary of the 18, will be held from 7 to
State Welfare Board,represen- 9)45 each Wednesday for Sermons and Master Messages
) p.m.
tative for the 8th Congressional -
District of Florida, the l -week term. Dynamic, Devotional Distinct. Free sample

.a chairman of Child Welfare of
sent for answering this ad.
the State Board and chairmanof Artists in the design and page
.irr 1.f the Day Care Committee o f applied art field will be guest
t James E. Scott Community instructors for the course. NATIONAL CHURCH PRESS
Association, Inc. will speakto 411 West Erie Street
adults and senior citizenson
"Welfare and Medicare." Registrations will be accepted Albion, Michigan 49224mriri
This will take place on Jan. through Jan. 20 in
26th at 3:30( p.m. In the Senior Scott Hall, 11380 NW 27th
Citizens Club Room, 6306 NW Ave. For information, call
14th Avenue. 685-4521.

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Grande Dame Annie Marie Edwards of 1730 NW 57th ITCHY SCALP? I
Street wishes to say Thank You Miami, Thank You I

Friends for making life so bsautiful for me since adopt- FALLING HAIR? I II

ing your city as my home.
Mrs. Edwards moved to Miami from Th&masville/ I GP duesdayw

Ga. jn 1946. She is the mother of Mrs. S. L. (Annette) HERE IS HELP J JI
McNeal/ and Mrs. Robbie (Hazel) Wright. She lives with I

her daughter and son-in-law, the S. L. McNeo/s.
Mrs. Edwards celebrated her 94th birthday October I II

18, 1966. She is also a retired teacher having taught I USE ,
Allen/ Normal Industrial School at Thomasville./ I




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MIAMI TIMES Friday, January 20 1967 7
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500 Poverty V j :. ..
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Kids CircusThe To See '" '' toO 'y"' ',

!rfM a4
war on poverty will i11
re, take 500 children to the circus .:
7 when it gets here, thanksto
the Miami 'Showman's As
edition and Leo stelnman
By Stanley "Sweets" Sweeting of the organization who has
,, made it possible.
LINE-0-TYPE The children will be divided 555
between the matinee and
THE LITTLE RED BOOK: Personal Invites on official evening shows of the Ring-
City of Miami Beach stationery and signed by Mayor Elliot ling Brothers,Barnum Bailey
Circus in
Roosevelt, brought Public Works Dept. employees to' the Beach Convention
o. Miami Beach Employees' Benevolent Asso- Hall January 18.
elation Hall 920 Alton N Transportation for them
j Road, on January a and their chaperones will b e
13 to be the recipients of gold pins for their provided by the counselorsand
I years of service to the city. Wives and
staff members of
1 sweethearts were invited and all enjoyed an the Economic
Opportunity Program -
(evening of entertainment and refreshments
jnc.,agency which fights
. (during this auspicious Tourist Town occa- the poverty war in Dade County.
I slon And the National Newspaper Pub- .
: (Ushers' Association chose the same night to Included in the group will
invite guests to the Starlight Room of the be children enrolled in the
Biscayne Terrace Hotel, where a Mid- EOPI's Child Opportunity
Winter Workshop, hosted by the Seven-Up 11 Centers,who are below school
"SWEETS Company, was held. The NNPA Dinner age, as well is older youngsters
r was an RSVP affair, and the promotion was done by of families who could l ti
Inez Kaiser & Associates. otherwise not afford to provide rY
this pleasure for their child-

NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Muhammad's Mosque No.29 Celebrating ner sixth ren.Dino
will present its first annual "Night With the FOI" Tuesday I birthday on January 17 was Carras, area coor- --- ------ ------
night In the Fiesta Room of the Mary Elizabeth Hotel. 1 little Valerie Eugenia Hicks, dinator, is in charge of the 'Irish Louella Culmer was married to John H.Daniels
It's an informal affair and has all the earmarks of being laughter of Sgt. and Mrs. project for the EOPI.RINKEYDINKS Jr. on Dec. ?8 at 4 p.m. at Christ Episcopal Church,

a dilly. Highly touted as "the social event of the season," ]Eugene Hicks (Ruthie) of Coconut Grove, Ft. Theodore Gibson officiated at the
there promises to be dignitaries, celebrities, friends, visitors :1301 NW 86th St. Sgt. Hicks ceremony.
and exhibitions by special guest artists. Background music will return to Edge wood Ara e-
will be the responsibility of Noble (Thin Man) Watts, former r lal near Baltimore on Saturday Rinkeydinks were graciously The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard F.

Lionel Hampton 'great' and a full-course dinner, In entertained Wednesday Culmer of 3357 Douglas Road, Coconut Grove, is a'64
all probability prepared by Bernard X, will be served night home, of Jan. 11 at the beautiful graduate of Florida/ A&M University with p bachelorof /
WAME the radio station that has given us much listening Rinkeydink Cowme
A. Houston. science degree in nurs inq. .
Great plans were '
pleasure, lost its owner Leo Wyszatyckl last Saturday. NOW OPENPRINCE'S
made for
Sympathy to the station and the. family be held at the 1967 Seville dancette Hotel to, ,The;) groom son of Mr.:and'Mrs." i (John :H. .Doniets! ,
April 23. of Montgomery, Ala. is a music instructor Florida,
SALT WATER TAFFY: The high-rise 17-story non An enjoyable evening was A&M.
profit retirement apartment for teachers is now ready for had by all.Rinkeydink.
rental. One-bedroom units range from $75 to $106 per Fran Patrick After honeymooning in Nassau at the Mayflower
month and includes free utilities with all-electric kitchen, is reporter. Hotel, the newly weds took upresidence in Tallahassee.

GE Range, refrigerator, garbage disposal, central air- PitBarBQ
conditioning, heating and lighting. The building will have '
272 units and sits majestically along exclusive Brickell Workers Needed For Dimes March 1 1
Avenue Phi Delta Kappa's panel discussion meeting
In the University of Miami Student Union Building January

An .
appeal for women to about 250,000 of the babies
11 read like a Who's Who among the distinguished take part in the Mothers' born each year."
panelists. Credit Gamma XI Chapter of PDK for this March for the March of Dimes, He said that the March of
group In discussion of "Human Rights Policies:" Rabbi 27th Ave. scheduled for Jan. 20, 21, 22, Dimes is fighting birth defects FOR SALE
Joseph Naret, Rev. E. T. Graham, Judge John D. John was made this week by Stan- through birth defects
son, Rev. Donald Olsen and Atty. Donald W. Jones. ley Newbold, 1070 NW 39th centers throughout the na- CBS",
Fletcher Paschal was moderator. & 46th St. St., zone chairman for the tion, and now has 57, :with :'; ,;<<....-:-..->J< '.J -
Central Negro District, and one just opened in the pediatric I-, ,''.''';"',.k.fifi 118'"
THE WEEK'S WASH: The PLP (Progressive Liberal William stirrup,athletic direc- wing of Jackson Memorial $7500 TOTAL
Party) which won a party take over In the Bahamas for BEST HICKORYCOOKED tor at Booker T. Washington. Hospital.
I the first Negro leadership in 300 years, will see lawyer RIBS They pointed out that the Stirrup emphasized that
Lynden Pindling heading the government as its first Negro National Foundation-March of workers who volunteer for the 339 NW 39th STREET
chief executive. And now the popular PLP symbol can dou- ANDCHICKEN Dimes is now fightingbhth de- Mothers' March need give only
ble its identity by including Premier Lynden Piro fling fects, second greatest killer an hour of their time to the OWNER:
Yvonne Burney, former member of the Miami Dreams IN TOWN among all diseases. March of Dimes in their own
singing duo, heads for Springfield, Ohio and wedding "Birth defects annually neighborhood or in a nearby 758-8749
bells February 10. The lucky groom Is young Mack cripple one child in 16," area. He asked volunteers to
Weems, an Ohioan. Leola B. Griffin, mother of Yvonne, Newbold said, "or a total 0 f phone 635-6435.

will jet up to the merger scene Summer Hutcheson, -
the real estater, called (Jan. 5) to wish a columnist-pal I
happy birthday Dr. Clarence Hogan, the molar tech-
nician, a Christian Hospital resident for a week. PARISIAN ROOHDOUBLE
w Check oar new, lower rates and easy financing \
STUFF AND SUCH Freddie Scott's 13-plece band, IMMEDIATE SR.M FlUNG "
bill-boarded as "Sir Frederick and His Scots," openedat Bring this ad to'our office and receive a free gift DECK DAR
Trader John's Immediately after closing at the Fon-
taind leau's La Rhonde Room The Oral (Marian D. Goodman and Son, Inc. *
Pinder) Aliens birthday party-ed their son, Oral Jr. on his ';insurance, Real Estate, Morta,," The Original SingATekProudly
sixth anniversary January 14 at their Golden Glades homein Business member AH People Democratic Club Presents Its New Show
Opa Locka Thelma Melton-North's parents Richard 2688 NW 62nd Sreet OX 14)380
and Lizzie are all excited over that visit to Dothan, Ala.,
where the Homestead couple visited a sister of Thelma's StarringELMORE
father Look for the Modern Theatre to fold within
three months' time. Two other Benitoa-owned movie links MORRISFormerly
Liberty and Bunche Park, have already shuttered .
have moved
Negro recruits in training for Miami Police Dept. K-9 We to our
Unit. Billy Daniels at DearwMartln's. with B. B. King
SWEETS TREATS: American Air Lines using Negro NEW LOCATION \

pilots and more to come, both at AAL and others The And FeaturingCharles \\
Clara Ward Gospel Singers at the Castaways Wreck Bar \,
Ellis McCant a 54th Street bistro owner Mary 1381 NW 54th Street : : Cooper

Kemp, who ends her threeweek"vacation today, returnsto
her post at Jackson Memorial Hospital in waiting for
her grandmother wh o's expected down from Atlanta for a Phone 758-3106 Little RussellGoGo
fling at the Kennel Club's pari-mutuals Atty James ;
Matthews charming wife Hazel, the Nathan B. Young
schoolmarm, briefly hospitalized at Christian Memorial .
Pfc Otis Ross Jr. birthdayed January 17 In 'rank- Wild Girls ;.
furt, Germany But Emily Carey-P1ttman enjoyed an-
other natal holiday here at home on January 13. 1CNI ,
John and Kathleen Blatch christened their dotter Donna
Maria last Sunday ayem at Church of Transfiguration.A Your Hostess and
reception followed in their Opa Locka home.
S Mistress of Ceremonies

THINGS I NEVER KNEW: That Dr. and Mrs. Henry f""
King Stanford of University of Miami attended church ) La Rose Phillips
services at Mt. Zion Baptist on Dec. 18 which was the

birthday of Mrs. Stanford, Mt Zion being her favorite It was our pleasure to have served you through the ,
house of worship That by a secret poll of this reporter the with Efficiency, Dependability and Quality. .4
we find that petite City Commissioner M. Athalie Range I '
will be our; elective>> to serve you better In all
has accomplished more in the way of good public relations 't: NO TABLE CHARGE
between the Races hereabouts than any other Leader our phases of printing In the coming years. 1,!
midst. They aver that her behaviour and decorum saddledto As a' "Removal Special' we're giving you a '15 {; DANCE ALL NITE TO THE ;,
a straightforward approach to civil matters (with accomplishments per cent discount on all Printing Orders over $25.00for I BIGGEST SOUNDS IN TOWN '
) have carved for her a niche in sound com- the next 60 days. ; ;
munity relationship That's it, folks, from your one-
man-newspaper, who knows everybody and everybody'sracket Davis 128 NW 79th :St.
but who also knows that tongues are wagging

about that South Dade couple who celebrated their baby's Prinferyt. OPEN EVERY NITE 9 P.M. TIL 5 A.M. 1
week to the followup wedding!
christening one full prior WT.KTHE- .
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8 THE MI AMI TIMES. Friday January 20, 1967Specials

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r yg+sl, I SOUTH



Hurst Chapel AME Church,
I Rev. W. J. Allen,pastor; Mrs.
B Jean H. Townsend, reporter.
I Sunday was pew Rally Day. k
tv! BY DAVE BONDU 1 Mrs. Allen's pew raised the f
I highest amount.
-" --- Our deepest sympathyto '
My good people of Miami, we have recently bad a good Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Pen- : E y
example of what can be done with pie power of the ballot. nington in the death of her
We are jubilant over ': the victory of the PLP party in father. ,
Nassaunot only because we think it Is only proper and Our Presiding Elder will A Yt YY M N
right that the majority of the citizens of a country shouldbe be with us on Sunday.

the ones to say what kind of government and progress sees
is to be made there, but because it has taught us The Mission at Mori ah a e

that the vote is the most important part of progress. The Baptist Church,Perrine, Rev.
W. C. Edear, pastor was
could have led mob
newspapers say Lynden Pindling a good. The resignation of Sis.
down Bay Stred, at anytime he so. desired, but insteadhe Ceola Bruton was acceptedand
worked for the vote to do this thing In the correct and Mrs. Nettle Chick was
proper manner". The opposition is now saying that the elected president for 1967.
economy 'of the Islands will fall and that the PLP partyis 'You are invited to come to
not "well-equipped" to keep the current era of pros- our Mission Day service on
perity In the Bahamas. The fear seems to be that a pre- Sunday, Jan. 22. Tt1/ -' B
dominatly "black" government might dlscourange the The youths of Mt. Mori ah .,. ,'"
tourist trade from the Islands. The tourists who have goneto were participants on the Youth .. .f" ,
Night program at Sweetfield
these. Islands these many years, are aware of the
Black" immigration and Customs Officers as well as Grove Little Phyllis Jefferson, age 5, of Homestead was the proudrecpientola gift
in P. J. Curry, pas- from two members of the Junior i Red Cross at Coral Park /'
other Government servants with whom they have come tor. Taking part in the ser- Elementary School;

contact. Most of them have never thought about the "white" vices were Carrie M. Frison, Shown during the presentation ceremonies at Variety Children's Hospital"are

business community or political hold over the island. Theygo Patricia Bradshaw, Deborah (L to R) Roberta Rocco, 1720 SW 92nd Avenue, Miami, and Melva' Clark, 713 NW 7th
to Nassau and the other islands for a holiday becauseit Baker, Ruthie Harris introduced Street Road Miami.
is a "holiday place" and therefore accept them as The the speaker, Miss B.
Harris, daughter of Deacon The three youngsters are shown in front of the "Wall of Faith," a giant hand-
of Britian.
and small
Queen's People (all of them) a taste
and Mrs. Manatee Harris. carved mural in the of the
The "Over the hill" night spots are the most popular; sass lobby hospital, which honors the names of donors inthe
amount $500
the faces one sees when shopping are a grand mixtureof Mt. Olive Baptist Church, or over.

all nationalities; the tour drivers cab drivers and horse- South Miami, Rev. K. E. Rogers
drawn surreys are predominately "black", and do you pastor, had its Youth Church, Rev. W. F. Tanner, Lillie R. Harris, Deacon KAZAH COURT No.117
think the tourists care? No! As.long as they enjoy their Day on the second Sunday ,in pastor. Joseph Williams and Lillie

holiday, they are happy. These are the warmest peoplein January. The minister was The Rev. Simmons is Daisle i Bell Harris were DAUGHTERS OF ISIS
the world, and their only wish is to make your stay Rev. C.H.Simmons, an evan- revival conducting guests at St. Mary's Rev.Tan- All Illustrious
a at Drake past com-
enjoyable. The National publicity that is now being givento gelist from South Carolina. Memorial Baptist Church, ner's Church, Sunday morning. mandresses, officers and members -
Nassau probably surprises 80% of the tourists who Simmons On Sunday delivered morning the, mes-Rev. 5800 NW 2nd Ave., Miami. : of Karah Court No. 117,
have to these Islands Freeport), for in our Mrs. Daughters of Isis '
gone (except sage at St. Mary's Baptist Catherine Williams," you are requested -
estimation they already had the idea that this was a "Black Mrs. Carrie Lue Prison Mrs. to attend our regular
(;overnment". One of the young white business men said meeting Jan. 23 at 7 p.m. Our
"Mr. Pindling and his party are not Idiots. They realize CHARDSON deputy of the desert, Dt. Mary
field. .Clyde Killans is having his Night in Nassau
blacks Mrs. Curley Stamped .of Baker, will be hereon her of-
that their country needs skilled whites as well as ,
about March 12th, at the Island Club. Better start mak-
visit. After the
Even the 15721 NW 17th PI. died 'J>n. meeting,
for all the services that keep going.
ing arrangements for your tickets. You know how fast 15. Survivors are two daugh- a reception will be given at
most radical new members realize this and as far" as I am they go Sam & Dave are in own and stopping at ters, Mrs. Hattie Williams and the home of our deputy of the
concerned, the Bahamas has come of age. It is my the Biscayne Terrace Hotel. They're making piles of money. Mrs. Elizabeth Atmos; three oasis, Dt. Ethel Johnson: and

opinion that there will follow an improvement of educa- AMEN Johnny Lomelo was elected Mayor or the townof sons, John and Nathan Wrightof the nobles of Kazan Temple }
tion and development; the tourist trade will not decrease; Sunrise. .Brock Peters is in town and opening at the Havana, Fla., and Ralph of will be our guest. Please be
that the "average" Bahamian will benefit from monies Diplomat on the 20th. Beside being a very fine actor, he Miami. A sister, Mrs. Lydia present and on time.
; that come into the Island (from whatever source) rather Is also an extraordinary singer. .That is all for this week Evans of Montoria, Qa. The
j than having it to go into a few pockets. They did not Till the next one. .LIVE LIFE, EVERY GOLDEN MI- vana. Mae Wood Is 111. Comm., r
march and fight in the streets to gain this. They registeredand NUTE OF IT. PEACE! and Rose Bud Byrd is 111. Ro d.SAMPSON'S .

voted, as did the people of Macon County, Alabama,
where they have a new Negro Sherrif. We lost an Adam
Clayton Powell, but we gained a Sheriff in a small tdwn in

Alabama. So we gained a man who is closer to the people.We ''' '
must not let Powell's loss make us feel that we are lost. 18 YEARS OP RESPONSIBLY' Y :
We are gaining in many places, in many ways. So let THE COMMUNITY
us register and vote. We can do it, too. You may cele- "

brate with a "Pindling Cocktail", but before you do, When BUYING or BUILDING '

Pretty Girl of the week: Carrie Peak CALL STANLEYPL ,

Pretty boy of the week: Square WashingtonGolfer "
of the week: Elliott Rouse FREE DELIVERY 696.5'711'

Doctor of the week: Dr. Sanford Kimball. Homt <- ,- I .. ',. \ ,-' ,
Last Wednesday night, at the Starlit Room of the Bis- Built on Your Lotor

cayne Terrace Hotel, Mayme and I had the pleasure of e1 tr Own BRISKET '. r,

attending a cocktail party, hosted by Dan Kean special Attractive Alterations Stew Beef { Sausage ,
representative of Gulf Oil Corporation. The party was and Additions

given for the members of the National Newspaper Publishers .Lot U* Demolish ,' :

Association. Then on Thursday Night, we attended the Your Worn OutHouse :49'o 2 LB 98t., "
35C <
dinner party for the group, which was hostessed by Mrs. and aLovely ,, .,. box .,;
New Horn.Coll \ (. :r' )
At table Hendrix
Inez Kaiser of the 7-up Company. our was -
J. Burns, P R. Man for EON; Mike Pettit of The Ui for Pacts About :;w !t: yc
Miami Herald; Miss Blanche Calloway of WMBM; Miss Building cRack 't"iffi' \ vv'I Ribs
Adeline Pontiphflet of Miami; Greg L. Hamm and Harry Coed Bank Financing \\ :

Spear of The Miami Times. Other faces around the room

were: H. E. S. Reeves, Garth Reeves, Jim and Maude STANLEY BUILDERS, Box59r' i\\, 49
Reid, George Brown of Pepsi Cola; Eyre Saitch, former inc.Licensed SL a LB.
tennis professional of Phillip Morris Company; Square : ,
Washington, Allen Me Cella of St. Louis; Miami Com- Insured

missioner, Athalie Range gave the welcome address to the '
N. E. 79th Street -<
visiting Nespapermen's Association, wishing them a happy Miami/Florida Neck Bones Eggs
time in Miami. The NNPA awarded the 1967 Newspaper
Publisher's award to HES Reeves, publisher of the Miami

Times, for his service to the Newspaper World, duringthe LB 15lii(11 1 DOZ.r
past 44 years. Master of Ceremonies and Presidentof

the Association, Frank Stanley, presented the award.
Assistant U. S. Attorney General, The Honorable Wiley '
-- -- -
Branton, was the guest speaker of the evening, and HELP HELP HELP ., ;
the text of his speech will appear in our column later.It .

was a "doozy". The affair was fine one, and when they REV. ROOSEVELT i t." ? r, ,
meet next in Cleveland, I hope "Jack Benny # 1" (Garth ? !;' ': FRESH
Reeves) will take me along. Not only would I enjoy the FRANKLINOf ".. ', ; ".'. :r'S.itB', I' ,S I, '.
; 1 li- I .
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medings, but I'd like to see my ole buddy, Duke Jenkins Macon, Georgia """ .. ." 1 1. .< .. i.'b'& J :
We have heard rumors that Commissioner Athalie DIVINE ," : .
Range would not run again. As a point of informationfrom SPIRITUAL HEALER : ::' :
Mrs. Range: "When election time rolls around again, Jesus If truly giving victory Linoleum
I will be elected-not to many,many people's .
I will run again. And this time ap- problem .1
QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: If you missed the Super See or write me today. I '

Bowl play-off Sunday, you missed a good one. Green have a special message for 9-6- 2.49 ": \ r,,
Bay ran all over Kansas City, and the half time show every troubled soul. Last < :;
was "the end". Grambling College (Texas) Tiger's March- week many many people AI(;' BUNCH, 25C "Iv
ing Band was "the end". Grambling College (Texas) were helped by my special "
selected Bible reading, to
Tiger's Marching Band was doing the "FAMU"all over be read on Special Days.If 9x12 4. 98
that field, and the University of Arizona Band made some you want to be delivered
beautiful formations. This was an outstanding day for quickly, Send $1.00 and
those kids and they did a beautiful,job. ,We congratulatethem stampedsolt-addrelsed I en- ,1 '
for being chosen. .Everyone at My Place is wait- vf.Io'ROOSEVELTFRANKLIN :;5S "'

ing for the results of the big fight between Cassius Clay 1 BUTTER mi 99
and Ernie Terrell Their Manager, Billy Brown, is goingto 9
take on the winner, of that fight. Miss Renee Powellof 630 MORROW AVENUE rd
Canton, Ohio, is in town for the North-South Tourna- MoconGo.Pht SH 5-6475 ; )
ment. Getting in her practice time. We think this young You will get th... :{ : SPECIAL 14 ITEMS tit

lady will upset the upsetters in this tourney . Special Selected Blbl. u .illI/L," "' ,_ J ,-
Alan Rock has the Jazz Concert at the VIP Lounge on Verier.; By Return Moll
f 36th Street. Alan Is celebrating hio 3rd year in the Jazz


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10 THE MIAMI T'VIES, Friday, January 20, 1967


I Pictorial I

of NHPMidWinter/


((1) Mrs., E. W.
Keon, Gulf Oil; K.
I -' John Murphy |III||, Bal

:: Newspapers, and E.
phla Tribune, enjoy(
eoyne Terrace Hotel

(2)) Norman Po'
Publishers and Mild
ha (Neb.) Star are
Thursday night's dl
f t y 1, +n, Y background are the
f 1., ir Maude Reid, Mrs. A
City Call; and Arc]

l, I
(3) Mike Zachor
C. Reeves, conventlo
7 At Miami Herald; Kelv
Frank L. Stanley, NN


,. w t
''r'rj ((4) Dan Kean <
Roscoe McCrary, AnF,
j} Bondu C. C. Dejolc
Dave Bondu and WallS ,
. r, ,' r : 1y.
t "L' a 9r I Ig

( ) Joe Christian
Steve Lockett of S
I N Christian and Mr. or
,{ t r r a a York.

(6) Norman Po
Woolworth; DeVera
Inc.; Klah Soy I..,
DeVoro, Pharmaco In
Pittsburgh Courier; I

: *4 j ? ; New York Courier.

:; ((7) Some of the I
I ; /

: A ((8)) L. M. Quinn,
; j tJ 'rn Frank Stanley, Herb
Co.; John Sengstacke
Eyre Soltch, Bollantl.

k ((9) Jack Howarc
borhood Youth Corp
cheon speaker.

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: / : M
t ((10) Guests at Th

( :
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; : ner ((11)H. )E.Dlstlngulshi S. Reeve'

j ; five children! France

: : : L.Doreen Grant.Young, Clark

yr S (r :

I 1 (12)Tony) Davis, In '
Brown and Archie Be

$ (13) Miami Co
Clark and David Ken
-' seph A. Clarke, N
Party; and Louis Mar
erotic Party.
w f

((14) Mr. and M
Queen' Voice (New
L t {f by Captain Russell at
'S1 rfi 4 publishers aboard S.S.
i r fx f

$ (15) Gladys A"'
7 Pipers) gives souvenl
Jole and "Scoop" Jon

; t sf I Ia Garth C. i
r q r } r (16))
t Ushers on' entertalnmsou.
Ministry of Tau,
seeing tour and night c


(17) John S.ngs
NAMD president; Dor
Stanley; Garth C. RelY'

." 41f I
+ + ((18)) Visitors In 1-1
ship after arrival.

(19) Luncheon gUt

(20)) Garth C. Rtev
Murphy, Clarice Lit
>, Corlen Drew take over
9 4 Photos by Johns
--- .......... John Wolther.

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 20, 1967 11


I HighlightsPA 7 arrw o

Annual !

ter Workshop

. W. Rhodes, Phi la., Dan t _
; Ken Wilson, Alice' and Ir.A \ ____
, Baltimore AfroAmericand %1 '
E. W. Rhodes, Phlladel- '
ioy| cocktail party In Bin- 'T .
total Starlight Room. y _


i Powell of Amalgamated
Mildred Brown of the Omo-
are right down front at
's dinner meeting. In the
> the E. W. Rhodes, Mr. I
rs. Ada Franklin, Kansas t
Archie Batchlar, Omaha 1'l't

t r .1'l \ : r
achary, Coca-Cola; Garth
entlon host; George Bee be,
Kelvin Wall, Coca-Cola, 5 1 f, I
1, NNPA president.

can greets ionic Reeves, Q
", Anheuser-Busch; Movmeejole
' Louisiana Weekly;
Wallis Riley. .p e

istlan, "Scoop" Jones and ..{ r
of Sea grams, with Mrs.
At. and Mrs. Burton, Newn ; '
4 % 44
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Powell, Tommy Ball, 13 14 14 ,
/era Edwards, Pharmaco
les, Ballontlne; Ophelia
ico Inc.; Eleanor Lofton, '

rler; Batty Granger Reid, miJ1ip _____
4 P f.y ;

f the guests at Thursday's t

lulnn, Michigan Chronicle; -', L -
Herb Wright, Philip Morris I 9St ,
,tacke, Chicago Defender; n t -

llontlne. t--- 1'44I' / r S

I award, director of Neigh-
Corps, Is Thursday Lunat -.- ,

Thursday luncheon.

julshed Editor Award win- 16
beeves Is flanked by his 1
ranees Chambers, Garth ,. ., .. L9t
Clarice Littles and HazelI rI........., 1 I t+ }
9 rr r

, In Sepia Dallas;Mildred
lie Batchlar, Omaha Star. r (

,ii I Commissioners Steved
Kennedy chat with Jo- 1 1w

Martin, National Demo 1w
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(New York) are greeted "

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,rtalnment plans In Na.f .- fit
Tourism hosted sight
light club party.Sengstacke ;.

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family of the late The family of thelate Moses Harris, 1721 NW 1st

I C DS iEO IALS DE TNS ,. Pl. died sent to Jan.Dcalar 11. Fla.Remainswere for

final rites al. Survi-

vors are seven sisters, Mmes.
.------ Ida Lee Harris Maggie L.

IN MEMORIAMIn Reed, Ruth HarrIs, Noami T.
I\ IN MEMORIAMIn CARD OF THANKSThe f+i Harris, Lillie M. Perry, Lu-

memory of our loved family of the late sad, but loving memoryof cinda Dixon, Georgia Perry;
one our dear husband and father three brothers, Odell, BookerT.

MR DALLAS GILCREASE _._.._ .?,_ and Columbus.
wish to thank their many

friends for kindness duringthe e d Henry Lee Burns, 3680

hour of bereavement.Spe- wr 3yh Oak Ave., Coconut Grove,
cial thanks "to Mrs. Mattie died Jan. 11. Services wee
G Drake for being so faithful : 1r+ ,dry held at the Church of God in
and sweet also Mr. and Mrs. .y 1 Christ, S. Miami on Monday

Harold Knox of '675 NW 6th ,, rti' afternoon. Survivors are mouser

PI., Mr. and Mrs. Leo Gordonof Mrs. Annie Lee Bums;
3rd Ave., Mr. 'Alfreed west '" i six sisters, Mmes. Sammie L.
and Mr. Charlie parham of <' Dykes Sylvia Bembry Lula
:,,: ,;, I
233 NW 16th Terr. Special
Mae Coley, Ruby Nell Anderson -
thanks to the Range Funeral ---ADA!.nERT R. STURRUP 'I Leola Cantella, Vivian

r Home for their wonderful ser- r'''who died Dec. 25, 1966, HERMON MURRAY Savage, four brothers, Eddie,

A vice. 'e1 wishes to express their heartfelt who died Dec. 31 wish to Tommy, Williams and James; \
f. P 1 1fi thanks for all expres- thank friends and neighborsfor one grandfather.Mrs. .

CARD OF THANKS sions of sympathy s own du- their donations, floral
+f> ring their bereavement. pieces and visits during our Lillie Mae Terry, 413W.
The family of the late 9FRED Special thanks to the Rev. hours Of sorrow. Special 23rd St., Hialeah, died

w Lambert L. Sands, all guilds thanks to the manager and Jan. 14. Mrs. Burns had beena

R i of St.Agnes Episcopal Church, staff of the James Club. resident in the Hialeah community

_..__ w ,__I Dr. J. K. Johnson, Christian for more than 25 years
ALFRED LEE MIKELL Hospital's staff and the Rah- The Murray Taylor Family and'was loved by both races
who.. departed this life Jan. : WILEY SR. mings Funeral Home's staff. in that community. Serviceswere
140; 196(). I who departed this Jan. May he rest in peace. conducted Wednesday
ABSENT"Sometimes 23, 1961. evening from New Mt. Zion

between long They The summer,blossom rosebuds forth and fade Mrs. Annie McKinney Sturrup CARD OF THANKSThe Baptist Church. Among her
shadows on the grass, And family survivors are one brother, T.
The little truant waves of But in memory family of the lateEDWARD J. Anderson; two nieces,
The image of their beauty
sunlight pass, Mmes. Cora Lee Marshall,
My eyes grow dim with tender- And never change.our loved one IN MEMORIAMA .. r Lillie Bell Wilson, two nep-
ness the while may hews, Jessie Anderson and
Whose earthly cycle beautiful garden of fond
Thinking I see thee, thinking live Robert Lee McKinney.
Has ended, always memories linger in our hearts.In .
I see thee smile. In the memory ot our heart.
And sometimes,in the twilight sad but !loving memory of D Ossie Brown, 627 NW 1st

gloom, apart, f r The Family our dear one, Ct., died Jan. 17. survivorsare

The tall trees whisper, whis- O+ a sister Mrs. Bertha

per heart to heart, .. Hardmon, one brother, Hugh;
From my fond lips the eager Mrs. Beatrice Miller;
a newer fall, IN MEMORIAMIn nephews, Henry and George
who departed this life Jan. 4
Lane. in-
Thinking I hear thee,thinking Arrangements are
I hear thee call." 1967, wish to express their sad but loving memoryof complete.
sincere gratitude and appreciation the late
May he rest in peace. :
for the many kindnesses BAIN'S
Sadly missed: .
services and courtesies -
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Mikell,
:: extended to them during Mack K. Laws of 308 SW
parents their hours of bereave 4th st. Homestead died
Alfred, Anthony and Derrick tan.
ment. 10. Services will be held on
sons We want to especially thank Av Saturday at 3 p.m. from New
Ivis M. Richardson, Cheryl
ev. Thompson and the members -
Mikell, Elizabeth Spraggins, t Mt. Zion Baptist Church. Sur-
of r,4
Temple Baptist Church'or
sisters j viving area wife,Ruth; a daughter
services rendered.
Mrs. Maggie Gibson, e Mrs.Willie Pearl Williams,
grandmotherMrs. Joseph Cooper, husband SWILLIAM one granddaughter, Mrs. Annie -
Sarah Harm, mother Ruth Edwards two
P. Dunn,Mrs. M. Jones, great
Rev. H. Moss, uncle granddaughters.
Mrs.E. Griglen, aunts
Ethel Smith, Janet Hanna V
Mr. C, Nonage, uncle L. BROOKS
and Minnie Hughes, sisters wish to thank the many Funeral services for James

Host of relatives and friends MRS. ALICE S. LEMON, -- friends for their kind acts and Henry .Peyton of 14101 Mon-

Las.4ft \I who departed this life Jan. expressions of sympathy du- roe St., Richmond Heights,
17, 1966. ring his illness and death. who died Jan. 10, were heldon

CARD OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAMIn DAVIS Guided by God's loving hand, Your kindness shall never be Wednesday at 3 p.m. from
the Church of Christ in Coconut
forgotten. God bless
family of the late sad, but loving memoryof who She has gone upon a journey, May
departed this life Grove. Survivors are his
___ Jan. each of
.A I a beloved mother. to a distant land. you.
I 22, 1966. Gone, but not for- parents, Mr. and Mrs. JamesPe
Although hearts
t4 f gotten. heavyWith our are The Brooks Family yton; one brother, five sis-

Mable F. Davis, the sorrow we mustbear, ters; grandparents.Fred .

A devoted wife There is comfort in knowing
William Davis Jr. Washington of 778
son she is happy there.
Leonard Davis, son NW 9th St., Fla. City died
Kathilene Cash and Dlovenia Andrew Lemon, husband CARD OF THANKSThe Jan. 14. Funeral serviceswere

Smith, daughters Willie L. Crier, daughter family of the late held on Saturday at 11
Glands and a host of friends Elymas H. Johnson, brother a.m. at New Mt. Zion Methodist

,,[) Davida McGruder VICTOR G. HUNTER Church in Homestead.
William and Leonard Davis, Lucille Brown extends its thanks and ap- Surviving are his wife; Rushie;

}' sons Loretta H. Rolle, nieces preciation to the friends and a daughter, Wanda Floyd; two

: Katherine Cash and Bloneva neighbors who comforted us brothers, Willie and Al, one

; :", Smith, daughters during our time of bereave- uncle.
Grands and a host of friends CARD OF THANKSThe
\ :, 1 1J. and relatives family of the late ment.Special thanks to Rev. W. Solomon Houston of House
F. Savoy, the Grace Presby- No. 12B, Chambers Quarters

.A.... ",' -- terian Church and the Range Naranja, died jan. 13. Surviving -
J. \ : Funeral Home for their kindness are a wife, Louida and a
JOHN CABLE CAPERS : sister of New Jersey. Arrange-
wish to express sincere ap- kt( ments are incomplete.Mrs. .
...\ .}'
the <
preciation and thanks to -- -;- family of the late
many friends, far and near, for APiEUAWILUAMS Earline T. Johns, of
cards, flowers, telegrams, who passed January 23, 1966,, EDWARD C. MOSS 1t 22300 SW 112th Ave., Gouldsj

phone calls, visits, dona- Servant of God well done, who passed Jan. 9, 1967, died Jan. 15. Mrs. Johns, a
tions and other kind expres- Rest from thy loved employedThe > wishes to express sinceref prominent citizen of the Goulds

sions of sympathy. battle fought the victor; thanks and appreciation to all area, and a public school

Special thanks to the won. the friends and neighbors for teacher, taught at W. Homestead -

Drake Memorial and St. John Mrs. Elouise J. Smith, their cards, telegrams and Elem., is survived bya
Baptist Churches, Browns- daughterMrs. many other contributions du- husband, Odell; two sons,
villa PT A and faculty,Booker Elouise Cauley ring the time of bereavement. ra Odell Jand Riccardo; a
T. Washington faculty, the granddaughter Special thanks to the pastor daughter, Linda Joyce, pa-

neighbors of NW 22nd St and Deidre and Janice, Rev. N. F. Clark and rents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
the Range Funeral home and great granddaughters members of St. Matthews Thomas of Jacksonville, and
Baptist Church and also the six aunts and uncles. Funeral
staff.May God bless and keep services offered by the Houseof N services will be held in

you in his care. CARD OF THANKSThe Albert Funeral Home. 'I' Jacksonville on Saturday at
Louise May Godbless each of you, ,4" MONA LIONSANNOUNCES 2 p.m. with Carters Funeral
Mrs.And Family Capers family of the late MRS. MAGGIE SWENDLEwho THE Home officiating.

RUDOLPH BIVINS Louise Moss, wife, died Jan. 21, 1966 would GRAND OPENING OF
Evelyn Bethel, daughter like to thank the neighbors and
who died December 25, 1966, Clifford, Charles and friends for the cards,telegrams THE LION'S DEN Mr. Willie Nelson of 725

would like to thank the James Moss, sons floral pieces, visits and food. 3829 NW 17th Avenue N.W. 49th Street passed
IN MEMORIAMIn neighbors and friends for the during our hours of sorrow. Monday, January 16,1967.
cards floral pieces and visit SATURDAY NIGHT
loving memory of our Special thanks to Rev. He is survived by his wifeMrs. -
darling 'mother, during Special our thanks hours to Fr.sorrow.Lambert Stepherson, pastor and of Antioch JAN. 21, 1967 Mattie Nelson two
Baptist Church to the
MRS. BEATRICE DAVIS Sands and the M. H. IN MEMORIAMIn Range Funeral Home for their 9 p.m. til 2 a.m. daughters, Prudell Nelson

who departed this life on Jan. Rahmings Funeral Home for service. May God bless eachof Come meet the beautiful three grandchildren;four sis
their services. loving memory of ters; and a host of other
25, you. barmaids Anna Bell
1951.And relatives. Funeral
Father ELIJAH AUSTIN McKINNEYwho arrange-
our The Bivins
The Boze & Swindle Family and Mottle. ment at this time, are In-
MR. WILLIAM DAVlSSR. Family departed this life Jan. complete.:
20, 1965.
who departed this li'e, Jan. 22' Thou knowest, Lord, the
1966. IN MEMORIAMIn weariness and sorrow IN MEMORIAMIn I

Of the sad hearts that come
Gone but not forogtten. loving memory of oui r
to thee for rest; sad, but loving memory
dear mother
Rets in peace and may light grandmother, MEMORIAL PARK
perpetual shine on you. sisters and aunt, Cares of today, and burdensof I of our dear mothers LINCOLN

missed children tomorrow, MRS. EVELYN BLACK
Sadly by : MRS.
Blessings implored, and -
ESTELLA FARRINOTON to be confessed; who departed this life Jan. 3001 NW .46* STREET NE 4--4l97E.
Lurlean Hepburn who departed this life Jan. We come before thee at thy 19, 1966. Gone, but not for- i

Robert Davis 191959. gracious word, 'and'lay themat gotten. May her soul rest in

William Davis May her soul rest in peace thy feet: thou knowest,, peace and may light perpetual JOHNSON, MANAGER, OX.t9199w
Leonard Davis Gone, but not forgotten Lord. shine upon her.

Katherine Cash . . .
Bloneva Smith The Family The Family The Family . .

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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, January 20, 1967 J3

EOPI legal Services I Go To BTW Where The Action Is I DADt INVITED DELEGATION TO PTA

'S. NEW SEWING CLASSTO ses. Why not join these every and children in the Central members of the Dado
CENTER ATTORNEYThe Monday thru Friday? Negro District begging for opportunities county delegation to the state '"
BEGIN MONDAYThe Our school is ready to offer to do things. A legislature have been invited (.

problem of what : Booker T. Washington courses for the blind. Two great joy comes to those of to attend the meeting of the
to do when charged with a Community School will teachers are ready to begin us who give so that others Dade County Council of Pa-
crime or arrested will be discussed in today's article. open two new sewing classeson when you are. Pass this on to may have. Join us wherfc the ment-Teacher'a Associationson

Arrests can either be made at the scene of a crime, Monday from 4-7 p.m. and your many friends who may be action Is.ALUMNI. Wednesday, June 25 at 10
or at some later time and place. Generally the person 7.10 p.m. Mrs. Evergreen without sight. a.m. at Robert E. Lee Junior

being arrested, or being placed under arrest, is so advised Murphy well known a very teacher competent in and the ARE YOU WILLINGTO High School,3100 NW 5th Ave.
and notified of MEETING School needs in state legislation -
the charges against him. ,will instruct the
Subse- county class.
GOOD will be topic of
quently, he is "booked" in jail, and thereafter either Cliff Matthews the director, The Dade County chapterof lotion will be the topic of the
remains in jail or is released on bond requests that the entire Mon- DEED? Florida Memorial Alumni day with Mr. George Dabbs,
At the time of arrest, or at day night class return to Association will meet Friday of the
future Booker president Florida
any period, the school on Monday, Jan. 23. T. Washington
defendant, or arrested party, Community needs night 8 p.m.at the EvergladesHotel Education Association as
may voluntarily make, or Areal treat in learning awaits school people 224
give in response to interrogations or questions, state- you). who are willing to do one vard.,All interested Biscayne graduates Boule- speaker. The FEA and the
ments as to his guilt or innocence. good deed for some one person PTA legislative aims for the
statementscan are to attend this
and often do have ARE YOU SATISFIED other than yourself. If very schools of the state will be
great upon the outcomeof you are one of these,. please important meeting. Our special act ,forth and discussed and
his case, and should be given only after due and WITH YOUREDUCATION call Cliff Matthews at BTW. guests will be President PTA members will have an
and consideration. He needs teachers for English E. W. Puryear and Mr. Dunsky
proper Should there be doubt ? opportunity to meet and talk
any or math science.homo economics who is chairman of the deve- .
in the '
persons mind their state congressmen
\ regarding same, he should Some 50 adults and assistant lopment fund
are at directors of re here in the at the session.
first consult his attorney.The Supreme Court, in several BTW now taking refresher creation. It is not necessaryto county. Please come. Mrs. Florence Cittadino
decisions, has laid down guidlines for the admissabili- courses in history math have a degree in these Rev. B. L. ,Turner Is president -
by of admissions or confessions obtained by police officials science, English reading, fields. We need oeopla who of the Dade County program chairman for the
county PTA.Mrs.Martin Robin
into trial proceedings. typing, cooking skills clas care. There are many people chapter. stein will preside.

Generally if the charged person is advised of his .

"Constitutional Rights," that is to say, he is advised :IIUII&E7IJUI IHIUIUIIZIflIIII1I000UIUIUIUUIIUUUIfUIIUUIIIZUIUUUUitI"

that he does not have to make any statements, hehas a "" AH, ADVUTISJP M.AT ITEMS U.S.D.A. CHOICE"" CUT,9.t..DI'PtAI. ="
right to consult M MOW AtouT A THICK jgie -
an attorney, anything he says can be IOR 'l'OUII CHARCOAL
used against him, he is freely and voluntarily making 5 BONELESS HEART- SHEI[ S IJALULJRJMMfQ. /i/tr LUX lOA' 2= 5

the statements, etc., they may be admissable, and used RIB "*
against him. CITY STEAK ,../.... 39t
: ;
If the arrested person remains in jail, due to inability STEAK -
t. =LlfElUOY
to make bond, or otherwise, he will be usually ar- = ., LL ... ,+ya LI = SOAP 2 .. t glC

raigned in a reasonably short period of time-a few = \ 12 9 ... tAtlOGf" suPI". .. "" 9 .. -=
days. At arraignment is "" .11II\ oJ TIII1
one advised of the charges C "urrtuov '
against him and asked to ...: ::.:::::::."
plead guilty or not guiltyand C .... FINAL "T,
requested to decide whether or not he desires a jury : IEM1a9 RQpuHD lATH SLACK_HAW, UIAUy ACED r TOUCH 75'
trial. = ,. I
dfUjCK. G-9 BEEF LI. 59 C IRA13E I

If he desires a jury, he will usually have to wait ,SMI**_ lr' )1i FLAN .8 T C saAr 2 :: 35i
longer therefore, as the jury trial schedules are rather 1

crowded and lengthy. If one waives jury, he will come :M/r: I ''"'L.I.I.VAUIYD.LI""'! SMOKED r rJ R COOKID: iKMO.OLAC':O[[ i=

to trail in a matter of days or weeks. If an individual = ''I HAM J1"z'" !MOULDERIC
= = JEllY ROllS
out on bond, the same procedures would apply, except- : /j' y PICN _

ing that the rush for arraignment and trial is not as acute. M 1 .wt: i. ft' C ONLy29C
:55 La.
3 239
Of course, wherever possible, the person should c .rw Y s: A lAC>> = EA.Rtit ..
consider availing himself of the services of an attor- =-. = \lIIO"UO FRtR1tr
ney; particularly where the crime is serious and the = { XLICEDtACON = DANISH

penalty severe. The office of the Public Defender will C.T'PULkYCOOKtD UNI-rA..Mtll SOY AMERICAN ruts In.KGIMU IAUIAGI 101. nca 35'1 _V 8 911 =C ONLY 8.

usually represent those persons in jail, charged with .. /ONILISO '. tnl :srnt IMOKItS C IA.

felony violations, and who cannot afford private coun- II= PETITE KNOfIC! /MO :olAUo AO 69'' LINKS. ...... 590 = ..t <
sel. Others, those out on bond, in jail charged with = HAIR 119 "' 1011'-.T IJJCHUCK49 c ; 110& =C LUTHER
misdemeanors, or otherwise not qualified, have to make I= U. -, OH -AI. PURl COPILAMO't PORK. ROLL_ IAUIAGI49 w run sons
their for should desire I Iit OlOONA 4 HU..IIHEELS
own arrangements attorneys they "" = 439
the same. .. ROUND 50.1 :.o.1:: '[000 tDV /RIw-t./D M ,::'..
There is large of who do La. Shoulder ROAST" 69 i'.roi WHITEFISH Y9
obviously a area persons 159 05 :i.
5 9 CORNED CHUtt u 1 u oNlr
not receive adequate legal representation,such as 'those n ,sEEr 15IMtORT0 _1InU =w HEEL LIFTS 39_
in jail on misdemeanor cases, and those on bond, .who California ROAST 69 t tMttL C. .It0 '1'01' = v.l.'..nt.N.Net H"U"."
a ''10'OLAt0MMuM tA tNOR It. .
cannot afford private attorneys, and are in need of the R e;DAISIES u HAM SLICED s.149 PPiem: 1I t =

During the trial,the State will present the evidence I t KRAFT
against the defendant and the defendant will be given

his opportunity to reply thereto. If there Is a convic- .
tion, the avenue of appeal lies for the convicted party, Klwc ; KRAFT

and ultimately parole, shouldappeals fail. SIZE Mayonnaise
The questions of law enforcement,crime, and punishment -
are all vital issues to the community, and of SPINACH A PRICOTS

great personal importance to the individual. Either

through personal loss as a victim, enduring hardshipsas 'Tt
a jailed individual or member of his family, or asa 6'OAc TOMATO CATSUP
taxpayer bearing the costs of the system, we are all t
of the criminal ITALIAN STYLE 14 OZ. CAN OL
improving the entire scope problem.! V IMPEACHES
STIWID 14 ft OZ. CAN 5.i..Ws .. -

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Childbirth and Parent CBS Eatf
Education Association of AYAHC
Miami, a local chapter of the 1 TOMATO I Ot., B9tk
International Childbirth Edu- $7500 TOTAL PASTE ws
cation Association, *is sponsoring :/MA.TLR't-MlVAItTKt I.Jl1..U.JH ,, jirrv ::=. 291MK.SS.S'
a panel I discussion, VI 6oCA$,OZ 89 Y SCOTTAOI CHXISB >.os.m a.> m I
free and open to the public on /OROtN'0 DuNCAN HINI' .

perience." Members of the OWNER: TOMATO 3 99 y .I.IIIIIIIMMMIMM II.,,.....11../;r;.||.. .'..........................
will include local phy- 1
panel :
sicians: Dr. Applebaum, pedia 758.8749 4.lOJATO SAUCE V1
trician; Dr. Fisher, obstetrician GLADSUV
; Dr. Dippy psychiatrist; ,,0 :
Dr. Caffee, obstetrician.The OL '
lecture will be given : I O 9 ,..

on Tuesday, Jan. 24 at 8 p.m., / I 3.u3NICH
at South Miami Federal Bank. !. ; ; rr
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6075 Sunset Dr., ud'lMiami. .- 49 A -; fJ1 -

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Church of God in Christ Officials: Plan Emergency Session

MEMPHIS -Bishops, of Detroit, Is Vice Chairmaa attorneys have warned us of

I I I pastors, elders, state mothers 8t Bishop Patterson declared the gravity of having such a ]

and representative laymen in a letter to Church officials poorly worded and Inade- t

of the Church of God in Christ that a revision of the quate constitution."

will gather In Memphis on constitution is necessary at
MARTIN MEMORIALRev. February 1, for a special this time to restore the unity

meeting to amend the Church of the denomination and to Ministerial Alliance Plans

R. H. Johnson, pastor constitution. prevent embarrassing court

We are happy to start the Delegates to the special actions by dissident factions.
session will be answeringthecall 1 Big Community MeetingAt
New Year and a new church I The General Secretary
year with love and prosperity., of Bishop J. 0. Patter
called attention to the Church
It was a pleasure for Rev. son, General Secretary, issued Ebenezer MethodistThe
officers that the Executive
Johnson to be returned to us on behalf of the Executive : -
after the annual conference., Board of Bishops and Board has been forced into
It was under his efficient lead- court three times within the Interdenominational Rev. L. R. Ross, second vice
ership that our church has the Board of State Bishops, past few months in Alabama Ministerial Alliance continues president; Rev.Ernest Hutcheson -

prospered.The from COGIC national head In Memphis and recently to make plans for the big Jr., treasurer; Rev. W.

first quarterly! con quarters in Memphis. The insoutheast Texas by forthcoming community meet- Fairfax Savoy, recording se-

ference was held on Friday meeting will Be held at Mason Elder R. E. Ranger,of Texas. ing that will be held at Ebe--' cretary; Rev. F. L. Smith,

before the second Sunday, Temple, 958 South Mason nezer Methodist Church, 1042 chaplain, Rev. Henry C. Mc-

under the auspices of Rev.F. Street beginning at 10 "Each time the courts NW 3rd Avenue on Tuesday Dowell, dean; Rev. samuel
A. Allen, presiding elder BISHOP J. O. PATTERSON have ruled In our favor," Jan. 31 at 8 p.m. Rev. Aaron Atchinson, executive secre-

of' the Miami District, who A.M.Bishop A B. McEwen, the COGIC General Assem- Bishop Patterson said, "but Hall is pastor. tary, Rev. Harold Brown, di-

also,delivered a soul stirring of Memphis, is chairman of bly and Bishop J. S. Bailey, also each time the judge or The the Installation program will services consistof rector of publicity.
massage, Sunday, Jan. 8. '
The missionary departmentis and Report to the People. Next week in our final

working faithfully planning Rev. Dr. E. T. Graham, president press release, we will give
good meetings and prayer EBENEZERRev. GREATER NEWMACEDONIA ST. JAMES AME, of the Alliance, will the list of names of additional

meetings on Friday night A. D. Hall, pastor Rev. F. E. Sneed, pastor serve as master of ceremonies. officers to be installed, along
Won't you show them your I i E. Ingram, reporter Marie A. Childs, reporter Among the officers to be with thenames of those persons -
installed will be Rev. E. T. who will be appearingon
by attending
these meetings. After The pastor left on Monday 3165 NW 56th Street The Youth Choir, under Graham, president; Rev. A. the program including the
prayer attend the Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor the direction of Mrs. Ann
meeting last Friday night, night to meetingof D. Hall first vice president; governmental officials.
the missionaries honored Mrs.''tho 1 Board of Missions at Willie J. Beard, reporter Smith were at their best Sun-

Clementina Rahming with a Louisville, Kentucky. The Sunday at Macedonia is our day morning worshipping with ----

meeting convened for three First Annual Homecoming. A Vis were Rev. C. Henry, who I
surprise birthday
party.Everyone -
days he will the
had an enjoyable time. brief synopsis of the program.was our guest speaker Sunday
Florida Conference of the 'night. We are very grateful to RICHMOND Rev. Theo. R. Gibson, rector I
The pastor is asking that Sunday morning, 11 a.m. HEIGHTS, FLA.
Methodist Church.
all members plan to ttend Rev. A. M. Griffin and New our pastor, who has made a Rev. B. L. Turner, pastor Antoinette silva, reporter ,
The Methodist churches of M. B. Church will be remarkable recovery from his Mrs. R. Harrington
all ,of the,'church services. Shiloh reporterWe Father Gibson was one of
k special,'thanks is givento Greater Miami aref! sponsoring! in' charge of services!; Wel- recent illness back with us are still thanking God the speakers on WIOD on Fri- \,.

the young people of our the Christian enrichment Come address, Sis. Netta again. for the ten souls added to our day, January 13 along with i
church for their wonderful school which will start Jan. Kelly; Short talk, Deacon Our first quarterly con- Christian Holmes Braddock, School 1
family Sunday
cooperation in sunday school 2226. All sessions both Henry Jefferson. ference of the New Year will on Board member. Topic for dis-
morning. As the book of Pro-
and other church' services. morning and evenlnawill be at Sunday afternoon at 2, all be held January 2022. Rev. cussion was the Phasing Out
We feel that we have the best the First Methodist Church o f members of Macedonia and J. R. Roberts, Sr., presiding verbs says"Commit your workto of the Negro high Schools. j.

children anywhere. Coral Gables.Interested mem- friends will have an old time elder of the North Miami Dis- the Lord, and your plans Questions from both races In- E
A rally has been started bers are registering for the Consecration Hour. This will trict presiding. will be established."When we dicated there is much con

and will terminate in February. courses offered. be the time wherein we will(, The Beta Tau Chapter will look for the good and act in ac- cern over the issue. Father -

Each member is asked to see The public is invited to give thanks to the AlmightyGod host the Palm Beach, Ft. cord with good ideas, then we Gibson also was guest

your class leader for more in- worship with us on Sundayat for enabling to arrive Lauderdale and Miami chap- do a transforming work. speaker at the youth group

formation. Put your best foot 7 p.m., at this hour the here at the said us time the ters of the Zeta Phi Beta Our morning and evening meeting of the First Methodist

forward and give your support. Willing Workers Prayer Bandof fourth Sunday in January, Sorority, Inc. in observance messages will be brought by Church on Sunday, Jan. 15. He
Remember the sick and Ft. Lauderdale will honor of their annual founders day Pastor Turner. spoke on the tpoic, Race Re-
1964. All members are especially -
shut-ins in your prayers. Rev. and Mrs. A. D. Hall witha being asked to at- celebration. They will wor- At 3 p.m. Our WMU will lations.
Visitors are always wel- Father Austin,Rellin Cooper -
Mrs. Lucile Wilsonis have its monthly meeting with
program. tendthls service. ship with us on Sunday mom-
come to come and worship the president for the Prayer the young Women's Auxiliaryof rector of St. Phillips EPiscopal -
with us. l III" Rev." J. W. Stephenson and You are invited to attend during the week. He assisted
The Class Leaders will be the anniversary of Stewar- will be the initiationservices.
Antioch M. B. Church,Browns- with the funeral services for
DRAKE MEMORIAL in charge of class meeting dess Board No.1 Sunday Special guest will be the YWA
on ville,will be in charge of services ; the late George T. Cash. The
Tuesday night. Jan. 22 at 3 from Mt. Pleasant Baptist
; welcome address, Sis. p.m.Let Grovites are always happy to
5300 NW 2nd Avenue Church in Goulds, Florida.
continue to
us pray welcome Father home .
short talk Cooper '
Mytrice Murray; ,
Rev. Janus W. Dunn Ushers' Board No. 1 is remember to
pastor Let us pray
Deacon W. L. Lightbourn. for the sick and shut-ins. and are pleased that he is .
sponsoring a dinner sale all
The pastor, officers and day Saturday, please come Sunday night at 7, Rev.T. Among our sick is Bro. Cleveland for sorrow those who and Illness.FRIENDSHIP are experiencing doing well in Jacksonville. ."

members thank their friendsfor and purchase a dinner. Let us C; Kelly, Jr. and St. Paul Jackson who is a patientIn Tickets are available at

making the J. Carle Capers not forget to visit the sick. ; AM$ Church will be in charge Christian Hospital. the Annual shrove Tuesday
to be held the
Memorial tea a great success. and shut-ins. of services; welcome address, Banquet at
Holiday Inn, across from the,
Many thanks to Mrs. D.
Willie Beard short
Bro. J. ; University of Miami. Secure
Brown and Mrs. 0. Berry for talk, Rev. Jimmie Williams. MORIAHRev. Rev. J. E. Jenkins pastor
the beautiful table setting. Macedonia NEW MT. your ticket now. Get well
ANTIOCH BAPTIST Come on over Sis. Ruby Lee Carr reporter wishes Charles Bethel and
The chairman of the A. L. Shipp, pastor to "f
group- and spend the day with us.
Evelyn Souter, reporter Mrs. Nora Gaiter.TRINITY. :
1899 NW 64th Street
Deacon Perkins; cochairmanMrs. You will be filled with the Sunday night will be call-

Porter and the following Rev.Rachel P. W. Wiggins, minister Holy Ghost from on high. Rev. Robinson, an associate ed Sis. Minnie Teasly Night, I
members of the group: Mr. David B. reporter There will also be plenty rf minister of New Hope our pioneer member workingon CME

Blue, Mrs. McKinnon, Mr. There will be a variety of food. Baptist Church delivered the the Building Fund. Come
Clements, Mrs. Roundtree, outstanding events held at morning message last Sunday.We and help her make this a suc- 511 NW 4th Street
.. ._
Mrs. Porter, Mr. Colley, Mrs.E. the Antioch Baptist Church were happy to see the cess. You have one more Rev. C. C. Cowsen, pastor

Wright, Mrs. 0. Finley, during the next few weeks. church full with our own mem- week to apply for seats onthe Sunday, Jan. 22 at 3 p.m.,
and Mrs. I. Richardson who AGENDA GRACE UNITEDPRESBYTERIAN bers, only one visitor duringthe church's bus for Silver Springs there will be a musical program

sponsored this tea. Mrs. I. : morning worship. We add- Ocala, Fla. and Six Gun Ter- sponsored by the Junior
Choir No.2 under the ed two to our big family, one
Clements was chairman of ritory. Call the church for Choir. Mrs. Smith and Mrs.
ticket sales. leadership of Deacon Robert 6895 NW 14th Avenue was a candidate for baptism.We reservation. FR 3-6021. $10
Graham are directors. You
Orchids to the following Ivery, sponsors a Pew Rallyon Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor had a wonderful serviceat round trip. Children $5.00.This
the fifth Sunday, Jan. 29that 3 p.m. The Male Chorus are invited to come out and
participants Mrs 0. Collins, will help our Building
; 3 p.m. Congratulations to the want to thank Rev. Sneed, enjoy an afternoon spiritual
Michael Smith, Miss D. Reed, The Sunday School department United Presbyterian Women who was so kind to fill in for Fund if you will go with us and gospel singing. Junior

Mrs. A. Spencer, Mr. Richard will climax the obser- for the fine devotional ser- Rev. Gallon and to the members on the sightseeing trip. choirs from many of the chur-

i Dunn, Mr. W. Hardee, Mrs. S. vance of Youth Week with a vice of last Sunday evening, who accompanied him. Get well wishes to Deacon ches of the city will be on

Dudley, Mr. Carl Mitchell, Mr. special program on the first entitled "The Fellowship of They also thank our own No. James Ross, Bro. Charlie program. Also the Gospel

B. J. Mobley, Mrs. R. Dudley, Sunday morning, Feb. 6 at the Least Coin." 1 Choir and other members Burnett and to Sis. Ariabella Chorus and the Choral Group

Mr. Car. Mitchell, Mr. B. J. 9:30 a.m. Mrs. Annie Ruth This Sunday evening at who made the program a suc- Lawrence, Bro. Jimmy Austin, No. 1 will represent the Liberty -

Mobley, Mrs. R. Daniels, Mrs.R. Young is superintendent 7130( the Senior High Fellow- cess. and all of our sick and shut- Choir's Union.

Thomas, Mr. H. Wimberly.Mrs. Mrs. Rachel Pratt's ward ship will be in charge of evening Please members let us ins. Our special guest is the
S. Cherry-mistress of will sponsor an inspirational devotions. For this Sun- not forget we are to accom- Come to church, have your Palm Singers from the Sweet-

ceremonies.A program on Sunday, Feb. 19that day morning, the sermon topic pany our pastor to Mt. Aaron faith lifted. field Baptist Church from

special thanks to Mr. 3 p.m.in behalf of Woman's will be "Nathaniel," in John Baptist Church, Rev. McCraney Coconut Grove, Fla.

.. Sonny Wright who gave the Day celebration. 1:43-51. pastor, Friday night at Everyone is invited to
,6 o'clock and 3 Sunday to
donation for the hors d' oeu- Antioch women are sponsoring The fifth Sunday of Januaryis p.m. come out and fellowship withus.
Macedonia Baptist Church, TEMPLEChoir
vres in memory of his deceased a Fellowship Banquetat youth Sunday, and the.third .
Hollywood Rev. B.
West ,
co-worker Mr. J. Carle the Holiday Inn which is sunday of February is Men'sDay. is Earnest Atkins and Debra
located at 2500 Brickell Ave Mack pastor. No. 1 will have its
Caperi. Let us all help to make Jackson are presidents.
continue to
Let us pray
on Saturday night, Feb. 25that annual dinner this Friday at
Mrs. J. W. Dunn, program these two days highlight ce- for our pastor, sick, shut-ins,
8:00, Miss Louise Riley, 8 p.m. at the home of the president -
chairman. lebrations of the year. bereaved families and thosein
religious disc jockey of Radio Mrs. A. Clark, 2134
And remember, you are the armed services.Visitors BEREA BAPTISTRev.
Station WAME will preside. NW 63rd st. Friends are invit-

Donation is $5.00. Miss Barbara always welcome at Grace. always welcome. ed.The J. Toles
Jones is banquet chair- Sunday school
BROWNSVILLERev. sponsor adinner sale Saturdayat Sis. R. Stacey, reporterWe

man.Please continue to give us THE BIBLE-WAY the home of Mrs. Eva Gibson were happy to gain one
W. M. Davis, pastor your whole-hearted support. ST. BARNABAS 1838 NW 5th Place. Serving member last SundayNathaniel
Mrs. Donella Turner, reporter RESCUE MISSION FOR begins at high noon. Donation Gordon.
Rev Howard Demeritt, pastor
Sunday Jan. 22, the pastor WOMEN"He one dollar. We were,also happy to have
Phyllis Johnson, reporterWe The No. 2 Choir, Mrs. Bir-
and members of the First Bap- Mother L.: Williams visiting
that hath pity upon the die Hunter, president, will
tist church will worship with are working hard towards with us.
SHILOH BAPTIST observe its
poor lendeth unto the Lord, anniversary duringthe
the members of Mt. Nebo Bap- Rev. A. M. Griffin, pastor the remodeling of our and that which he hath given morning service. A spe- Sister Lee is home with anew i.'

tist Church in South Miami, in Sia.C. M. Myles, reporter church. Plans and paddings will be paid him again." cial message will be delivered born baby boy. Let us
celebrating with them theirpastor's were displayed after church Prov. 19:17. for the occasion. All active pray for her.
anniversary Our Junior Church will be and everyone agreed with them The members are happy to
Rev. We do give aid to the needy.We and former members are requested -
Murray. Rev. W. M. Davis will in charge of the 11 a.m. service This Sunday afternoon at feed the hungry we have to be present. have our pastor back with us

preach the anniversary ser- Sunday and our Male 3 p.m. there will be a weight prayer at 9 every morning. If The Sunshine Committee, as our full time pastor. He is
music at measurement Everyone Deacon Hepburn chair asking for full cooperation of
Chorus will render program. you have a prayer request,mail George ,
mon.The Male Chorus will have the 7 p.m. service. is Invited to share this it to these wonderful missionaries man, will sponsor a program all the members and he is ask-

its regular rehearsal Saturday The No. 2 Choir will sell program with us. of God: Missionary Rose Sunday at 3:30 p.m. The pro- ing all themembers to please

at 8 p.m. fish and barbecue sandwiches Let us, like we've done in Thomas, Mother Goff, Mother ceeds are to be used to aid be present' for all of Sunday's

To all of our sick members, Friday and Saturday at the the past always remember to Halloway, Missionary Nor- the sick and needy. All are activities and the activities

wewishyou a speedy recovery.i'i. church..aaatasatttt.svstt. pray for our sick and shut-ins. wood and others. invited., for the week.. '
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MIAMI TIMES. Fridlav. January. 20.. 1967 15

i CHURCH OPEN OF DOOR THE The Shepherd's VoiceBy

Rev. H. C. McDowell, pastorA. 1 S
B. McNeal, reporter Bishop Pop J. William! i\. r.
Founder and pastor of ,

Mission Liberty Temple Christian () .,. ,
Assembly and I ()
"e' .' Church, 6702 N.W. 15th ()' i)
"'" Ave., Miami, Fl.a &
"As man thinketh In his
r kI1IJ
''t, heart so Is he." Provo 7:3. '4)I

", I ,; Thoughts materialize. Whatwe I I 0 6247 mm
think becomes a reality. \ 18th Ave.

If we think good, we will be \
'_ ';', good, do good, and good :
/ ... will come to us. If we think ,
fl' bad 0 r evil, this we will be-
come. We shape our lives by
1f'' our thoughts. So let your
/ thoughts ascend Godward.
"Thou wilt keep him In Sugar I I
perfect peace, whose mind is r BACON
''Wo'M stayed on thee." Isa. 26:3.: .
---- ill thinking can drive us BISHOP POP J. WILLIAMSto <
insane make us fear and '
; Dr. William J. Faulkner, become worship at the Temple all
nervous -. I \
cause us \t5LB539CI
minister of park Manor Congregational to withdraw from day. Come hear the Com

Church, Chicago, How think est thou? society. munity Choir of bcala and 3ftc
will be the guest preacher see and hear Bishop sing
# Sunday at both 9:43 and 11 SPECIAL NOTICE "Peace in the Valley," and
a.m. worship services. Bishop Pop J. Williams, "Walk with me, Lord." Lib- M SALES LIMIT ONE

Some of the various posi- here from Baltimore, Mary- erty Temple C.M.A Church, ,; ;WITH $5.00 ORDER OR MOREOX
tions held by Dr. Faulkner are land, is coming to live in 6702 N.W. 15th Ave, 11:00: ,6-. :=
YMCA secretary in Philadel- Miami a.m. and 3:00 '" : (" ;; ;
He has purchased a p.m. f {: ; \ ; ;
phia and 'Atlanta; pastor of theater and The i.
has begun Sunday School of
First Atlanta Congregational; dean of chapel Churchin at church. The building seats Liberty Temple CMA ';', TA'11"'S;:',, ',. "\:/":...:')" : +' ,; ,II l''":\ S,.'$11
Fisk University also servedas 1,000, with service each Sun- Sam Brown, super- ," '," '1 ', f,!!: It''I
vice moderator, of general day, and weekly. In five intendent; Sarah A Duke, ii, I : I ,"! tir ". Jit>>\;, "

council of the Congregationalchurch. weeks 40 members have been secretary; Mother Harriette
gained. The Bishop is seekIng Eofford, treasurer, held a
Friends and members of the 1,000 members. He is a rally last Sunday, raising
Open Door are always glad to former student of Edward $65. This was quite a success TURKEY NECKS 10*"
know when 1)'. and Mrs. Waters College, Jackson- for a church less than
Faulkner are making their annual ville. A gifted preacher and six weeks old. Thanks to all
I Mid-Winter visit to Miami. singer, consoles,heals and who bought tickets for the Pork ti, ,
Dr. Faulkner's unnumerable blesses all who come to him electric blanket. Valorlne

I friends and admirers of Greater for guidance and counsel. Robinson, 621 NW 6th St., NECK BONES
Miami will want to hear his This Saturday a busload was the winner. The church L iO
unique message Sunday mom- and several cars will motor office opens daily.Alice Faye *!>' ,
ing at both services. from FlamlnRton Florida Price, reporter.
The Male Chorus from
Southwest Miami High School TENDER CHICK r. .._. ''I FRYERS WHOLE

will sing several selections, NEW MT. ZION NEW HOPE BAPTIST 4 .. ONLY
Mr. W. S. Johnson is director.On .
HIALEAH) Rev. W. E. Sims, pastor /
Sunday,Jan. 29 the second y pr., rNi. JIbr, h.f1jYJ ./
Rev. R. c. Solomon, pastor Mary L. Mayfield, reporterSunday 4' 4/i
major event in the ob-
servance of our pastor's 50th Come and enjoy an afternoon Jan. 29 is Dea
anniversary of his ordinationto with the WillingWorkers, cons' Observance Day please
the Christian ministry, the under the leadership of Mrs. support your deacon.
reunion of couples joined in Ethel primus of Sunday, Jan. The Young Women's Auxi- '
wedlock by the pastor since 22 at a Green Leaf Tea. liary is sponsoring a Fellow- _*f E GIVE,HONEST WEIGHT HERE
his coming to ami.The Men's Local talents who will be ship program, Friday night,
Fellowship is host for the af- participating on the program January 20th at 8. TENDER SMOKEDPICNICS
fair. are Mesdames Deda Jolly, Saturday, January 28th,
Hattie; Toles, M. B. Collins, there will be
a at
Sunday, Feb. 5, the newly ;Sarah Craig, Mary Hopkins, 39*LB
the Zr
church 6600 NW 15th I
Ave. .v
elected officers, deacons and ]Leila Bynoe, Valdez Murray,
Ph. 696-7745. This sale is ti
deaconesses will be installed ]Dorothy Turner, Mr. Louis
and consecrated.New members Jackson, Antioch Choir No. sponsored by the Deaconess
will be received in the church. ;2 of Liberty City, Jordon Board in behalf of its anniversary CENTER

Fritnds arc invited to attend 'Grove Male Chorus and the celebration on Sunday,
these meetings. Jr. Choir of Mt. Pleasant AME February 26th. 49LB
Church of Opa-locka.Membersof Prayer meeting and Bible PORK CHOPS
t _______
F Zion Hill's Ushers' Board classes are held each Thursday -
are expected to be present night at 7:30 p.m. .
GREATER BETHEL !also.We Please, please remember VITA SLICED

f CLUB TO are looking forward to to pray for our sick and shut-

COMMEMORATEWORLD LEADERS I seeing this a successful you to help affair.us make in members. PEACHES 5 BIG 2'/2 CANS $1

deference to the cur- ;Rev. T. C. Kelley, Jr., pastor Rev. W. A. Curry, pastor
rent March of Dimes drive, Mary Rawls, reporter Sis. Cathjrine Willis, reporter I.LB PKG. 25t
':; conftnemorating the life of president of the Lay
,- President Franklin Delano The pastor is asking that men'The League wishes to thank
t.. Roosevelt's birth anniversary all boards and clubs in fullness mak
1 the January Club of Greater : for re-election of new everyone their tea a for success.helping Our to pas- PLASTIC LAUNDRY ORCHID BRAND LONGRAIN
Bethel AME Church will present officers for the year 1967 as tor's sermon "Arrow in God's
" Mrs. George T. Lewis, soon as possible. Hand. BASKET 49 RICE c1ro98t
president of the Greater Mia- On the fifth Sunday, Mis- *
Choirs 1 & 2 ushers officers -
mia chapter of the United sionary Day and a "Miss St. ,.
Nations Association of Ame- ] and members are askedto John AME contest. Who will
rica, in an address Sunday, accompany your pastor to she be for 1967. OVEN FRESH .
Jan. 22 at 7 p.m. at Greater 1 New Macedonia Baptist Churchon Let's remember our Christian < ;
Bethel, which will include < Jan. 22 at 7:30 p.m. love for one another and REGULAR 2 FOR 39*
: reference tothe lives of local, We are asking that all keep working for God. Re- BREAD229t
':, state, national and world I members of St. Paul to purchase member the sick and shut-ins
leaders born in December, < a church calendar. as we pray.
,'" January and February. A film Remember to save all of
; "Life is Short" showing UN 3 your old newspaper for our
i activities will be shown. ;j juniors.
' Don't forget our sick and
'I I II shut-ins and say a prayer for P. Freeman, pastor
I MT. CARMEL 1 1l \their speedy recovery.FELLOWSHIP. Sister E. Jackson, reporter ...

(, 223 NW 14th Terrace HUNTS FRUIT

Rev.Louise D. A.McGriff Bradley, reporter, pastor xiliary The will Young have Women's its installa-Au- 300 No. 2z 29
COCKTAIL 19t 1 *
tion service Tuesday night :CAN C AN
r Don't forget the CalendarTea after the fourth Sunday of .
at 5911 NW 11th Avenue By R. J. McGhaney this month. Everyone is invit-
on Sunday afternoon 4 until ed. A barbecue sale will beat
6 p.m. by the No. 1 Ushers' Hear my prayer, O Lord, the church Saturday, jan. 21. WELL KNOWN PAY ROLL CHECKS CASHED FREE OF CHARGE
and give ear unto my cry;
Board and be
;[t No.1. Come We are inviting all our visitors -
' with us. Remember the sick 'It Psalm and members to start WHETHER YOU BUY
and shut-ins and those who 0 Living Christ, make us the New Year right by attend-
have lost some of their loved conscious of thy healing ing prayer meeting on Tues-
fIj ones. nearness. Touch our eyes, day night, Sunday School and HUDSON DECOfiAIEO :;'\
'I j,l Visitors are always wel- that we may see thee, open warship services on Sunday.
come. Remember the boys in our ears, that we may hear Please be present on Sun- 25
',,: Vietnam. ti thy: voice,enter into our hearts,.day and have your faith lifted TOWELS *
i that we may know thy love, .
overshadow our souls and
TRANSFIGURATION i bodies: with thy presence,
EPISCOPAL) t that: we may partake of thy
t', Fr.Elisha S.Clarke, Jr.,vicar strength, thy love, and thy 1490 WMBU On Your Dial ,WE HAVE THE NICEST COLLARDS IN TOWN -" 1THE

St.Mary's Chapter is spdhI I healing life, for thine lathe
>kingdom, and the power,and BLANCHE CALLOWAY
."I saving a night of games at the
home of Mrs. Violent Ambris- glory, foreverin the name AT PREDDY'S' ARE GOOD ALL WEEK
ter, 2555 NW 161st Street on and through the power of the REPORT SALE PRICE LONG
Friday, Jan. 27, beginning at Christ::: we pray. So until a "

., games and refreshments. thanks, and my prayers for 8 a.m., 1:55 and 10 p.m.
I Come out and enjoy yourselves. all of you.



16 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 20, 1967



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The glorious holiday season with its whirl of festivities -Smllina; Eddie Lee: -Pitt- .
is past, but are you one of those who, bitten by the party- man, popular: local businessman l.
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time for the gang to get together and ring out the "old" his old friends to (come
days of readin' ritln1 and 'rithmetic and hail the "new' and meet new friends.Indf, ,
with thoughts of continuing school, and the challenging Everyone welcome >, ,':";!r

days and years ahead, in college. NOTICE '::, < : \
Graduation parties use that impressive high school diploma "I, ': vi' MII
to set the theme for party decorations. Refreshments Meeting for parents of 11th I .
might include a taste-teasing dessert made more delicious grade students Wednesday
with the addition of ReaLemon bottled lemon juice. Eye- evening 7:30: ,Jan. 25th, Miami' The concert chorus of the gers' andHammersteln"The Barbara Day, Beatrice Mclver
catching and guest-pleasing is a placecard "diploma"made Jackson's auditorium. Planning Miami Northwestern Senior Sound of Music" the school Mary Alston, Joyce Champion,
from a sheet of white writing paper. for your child's future. High School will present Rod- auditorium Jan. 2728 at 8 p.m. Brenda McQueen, Barbara Ferguson ;
Roll each sheet and tie with a ribbon which holds a The production Is under Dianne Thomas Left "A
miniature ballpoint pen. Write each guest's name on a the direction of Arthur L. to right, second row: John I
,. Evans assisted by F. A. Mur- Culmer, Charles Farmer Larry 1
"diploma. For your centerpiece, use a bowl of fresh : ,,'
flowers surrounded by single flowers to be used as corsage ray and L. F. Strachan. The Davis, Ernest Washington,
and boutonniere favors. Carry out the "diploma" theme ,,. accompaniment will be provided Christopher Howard, FredrickAsh
with this unusual dessert, Jelly Roll Diplomas, also gaily by Marsha Campbell, Sammie Rainey, Claude
tied with Gloria Taylor, pianists and Cole, David Faison and Jim-
ribbon.JELLY Cassandria Hanna, organist. mie Oaine s. ,
Tickets be secured
r Pictured above are mem- may '
Confectioners' sugar 1/4 teaspoon salt bers of the cast: First row, from the school and by telephoning -
4 eggs 3/4 cup granulated sugar left to right, Etta Mciver, 754-5491, ext. 48. j
1 teaspoon baking powder 3/4 cup sifted cake flour
1 teaspoon vanilla t

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baking powder vanilla and salt; continue beating until CHARLESROGERS !
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half of the mixture in 1 cake pan and the other half'in the
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cut each roll crosswise into 5 pieces of equal length.. A Piano Organ
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the day of the party. or Orchestra

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finals of Flagler's $5,000 Marathon Championship ,
Stake comes up for settlement Saturday night andit i. OFF TO SERVICEIn

looks like a family affair with perhaps the shortest the fascinating fight he is waging with the Se-
priced perfecta on record. lective Service, Cassius Clay has used all the nimble-
The solid one-two favorites are likely to be F. B. ness afoot he is noted for in keeping pretty, to avoid
(Happy) Stutz' spectacular littermates, Good Cause and the draft. .r
Pitchy, who ran away with two halves of the semifinalslast
Saturday. There have been other Interesting cases In the
Good Cause, who broke Flagler's 12-year-old track long files of Selective Service history, but none that
record for the/16thsmile marathon course in the stakes has caused more furor than Muhammad AH versus the
qualifying round, matched his record 44.8 in winning Kentucky Draft Board.
his semifinal test by 13 lengths. a
Pitchy laid claim to the probable second choice It is conceivable that Cassius no doubt would makean
role by handily defeating a field which indluded six of excellent addition to Uncle Sam's armed forces; and
the eight finalist in the other half of the semis. He won yet he would not be considered a prize catch even if ac-
by 1 Hi lengths at 45.0. The 27th annual Notional; Baseball Players' Golf, cepted after being tagged with a reclassification tab.
Others in the championship run Saturday are Fleet Championship is just around the fairway, and pretty What then makes it imperative thathe be drafted?
Wing's Lightning Hill, who ran second to Pitchy last Marian Sinclair is suited-up for the Feb. 19-22 event.
Saturday; the Public Kennel's Milady K., Gene Rand- Marian poses in an abbreviated Miami Marlin baseball The answer Is Uncle Sam does not like to be toy-
le's Party Partner and Tiki Doll, Ken Hutchings'Cleve uniform to set the theme for the colorful event at the ed with.A .

Commel, and Lester Cole's veteran distance running City of Miami Country Club at Miami Springs. Major league when Cassius was on the brink of earn
champion, Terry Stroemer. stars trade baseball; bats for golf clubs durign the year ago
City of Miami sponsored competition which serves osi I ing dib dough, he was reclassified 1-A; to forestall the
HIALEAH HIGH LIT ES the traditional prelude to spring training. Miami Me- draft, he started legal proceedings. He claimed con-
tro News Bureau photo. scientious objection; eve'n ordained himself a ministerof .,
Hialeah is off to possibly its most successful meetin Muhammad religion.
The most famous feature at Hialeah are the 400 Meanwhile he stretched outhis long arms and snat-
flamingosi that make their homes on the four islands in The Nile Restaurant ched over 1% million dollars in five encounterslaterknown -

the infield lake. It is a thrilling sight when these large EXOTIC ORIENTAL & as exhibitions. '
pink birds take wing, circle thelake, and then come i n OCCIDENTAL CUISINE
(Known from Coast to Coast)
for a graceful landingl The track's most famous race is 4300 Seventh Avenue -Miami FloridaHOME In Toronto, he walked off with their money after
naturally named for these birds; the other $100,000-add- OFi BARBECUED LAMB & CHICKEN, pushing Chuvalo around. The scene for the Brian Lon-
ed classic is named The Widener in memory of JosephE. HALAAL (KOSHER) don and Henry Cooper defalcations was London. It was|
Widener, whose genius and money transformed it into BREAKFAST LUNCHEON DINNER Frankfort where he did a waltz with Karl Middenberger,
world-famous showplace. W. cot.r your prlvata functions then waltzed off with their deutsch marks. Houston-
Hialeah is the only race course in the world open Try Our World Famous Bean PI. and Akbar Coff.
ians were just as gullible and paid up to $50 to witnessa
to visitors throughout the year. Hundreds of thousandsof BERNARD X., PROPRIETOR thing! y.a party, called the Big Cat.
sightseers view the bougainvillea-draped grandstand,
the multi-million-dollar clubhouse, and other scenic at- Now the shrewd one is back In Houston again armed
tractions, including the shipwreck aquarium and the with more legal delaying tactics to take a last grab at
collection of exotic birds. the big dough, when he and Terrell will hold their nightof
Hialeah will present 10 races daily, with first games before he does the Muhammad AU shuffle off
post at 1:15: 'p.m. The'track is oval in shpae, 1- 1/8 SEPTIC TANK TROUBLE?? to the armed service.NORTHSOUTH .
miles in circumference, and has a turf course about one .. 4 *- 'j !. i. JL, i," in., > ,1.1 1,,...n I
mile in circumference.At least one turf race is run dai- When your septic tank drain begin to give you TOURNEY HERE ''I

ly, frequently more. Parimutuel betting includes the trouble, don't fuss or curse, call us. Chapman or
daily double on the first and second races. Washington NW section Call HE 5-9039 FEBRUARY 8.12.Observing .

Dr. I. P. Davis, Richard Gardner and

FOUR DOLPHINS IN ALL STAR GAME 24 HOUR SERVICE Ernest Hayes getting heads together was a sure sign
there was a North-South Tournament brewing.The .
The most consistent attribute of the Miami Dolphins
in their first year in the American Football Leaguewas planning committee, wiser from the experienced -
the work of the defensive unit. Therefore, it was gained in the many previous tournaments is confi-
consistent that four members of this group were chosento dent to stage a bigger and more accommodating affair
play in the AFL All-Star Game coming up in the Oak- than ever.

land-Alameda County Coliseum, Saturday afternoon.The John Begg To assure smoothness of play and to eliminate the

four are: Linebacker Tom Eriandson, Safetyman congestion of the course, which was probably the only
Willie West, Defensive End Ed Cooke, and Defen- small gripe accounted to the tournament; this year,
sive Back Jimmy Warren. Each had an outstanding year there will be a player limit to the first registrants; so
for the forces of Coach George Wilson as the Dolphinswon be smart and secure early registration. If. '
three games Which is as many games as any
expansion team has ever won in its first vear in major EXCELSIOR LEAGUE 17th WEEK STANDINGSTEAM
league professional football. The quartet will naturally
play for the East in the All Star game. W L PINS

Hagan & Fonda, No. 1 42 26 45162
The 5 Summersetts 42 26 43524
Bowler's Pro Shop 39 29 44876
Robins, the American League's most val- The New Frontier 36 32 43020
uable player and triple crown winner, Saturday signedan Cloverleaf Sport Shop 36 32 42771
estimated $100,000 contract with the Orioles. It Yale Organ Cobras 34 34 42363
took only five minutes for him to sign up with Harry Thompson Texaco 34 34 41874 ,
Dalton, the clubs director of players personnel. Join- 3 .wtJrtlYOAk1{n Packer Pontiac 34 34' 41038
ing of the stars who reached the six figure mark, Frank Tucker's Famous Foods 34 34 41019
said he is very happy. He received $64,000 last year Metropolitan Cleaners 38 30 41215
after being traded by Cincinnati., This was great encouragement Metzgers Pro Shop 32 36 42627
after joining up with a new organization.We i14Fri Hagan & Fonda No. 2 32 36 42014
look for another great year, should nothing happen : : ; The Olympics 31 37 41872 .. '
As Frank has been hit by a pitcher more ;A-.
we all know, 9 to 9 TV Drive-in 28 40 39274LEO'S
times other in baseball history. We
than any player
WORLD 27 41 39197Bowe's
hope his knee operation has responded and won't bother .'- _, ."'tI > Barber Shop 25 43 39275
him. : f '.'ij
TEN TOP AVERAGERS: James Thomas, 188
.. fJ -
i. .
TROPICAL PARK CLOSED h. 0.< .l 4f, '1Is<." Willie Robinson, 182; Tommy Jackson, 182; Eddie Way,
its most successful sea- 181; Johnny Harvey, 170; Willie Nicholson, 179; 0. H.
son in Tropical the betting Park circle.wound Total up attendance for themeet: : ... .. ., ;.- 9 .:tl/lli CPt ';; Smith, 178; Dennis Peak, 718; Dave Boone, 178; SamL.
;;; W I'Y Stewart, 176.
(48 days) 439,888. Total handle: $44,457,646.Phone }r :


a Scotch actually taste good?Ask the born-and- VET TV ..
bred Scotch drinkers. They've been smacking their
MITCHELL TAXI CABS lips over John Begg for-years. Suddenly this grand FORMERLY OF JET I IS NOW VET
24 HOUR SERVICE old name is on the tip of everybody's tongue."Take a'
peg o'Begg. It's a wee bit better than the best,"say 3797735TED
the poetic Scots of their treasured John Begg,whose
CPA LOCK TLA.' taste u gentle and whose price light 846 NW 2NO AVENUE OPEN 9 TO 9
2196 All BABA AVC.
INs iiaoti tarn k5S-N rtoor.wrairu JAin n.MCNM 11 ,we...T.

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18 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 20, 1967 IB
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1! \ ; : FOR SALE Put Your Queen

P r i MUST SELL In One Of Our Castles


MENTS $100 Down


ROOM Gorgeous 2 bedroom, 2 bath on lake, carpeting,
LARGE VARIETY appliances, well and pump. FHA terms. What a

CALL: 696-9513 1126 NW 93 STREET
2035 NW 93 TERR. Darling 2 bedroom, all mica kitchen, fenced,
separate garage. Only $12,500 FHA.

roY 820 NW 83 TERRACE
3 bedroom beauty. Near bus line and shopping.
+w 1 Appliances and air conditioned. FHA terms. j

2330 NW 89 TERRACECute

Dr. Stephen J. Wright, right, president of the United Negro College Fund, ac. $7500 TOTAL 2 bedroom, Newly painted inside and out. ;
cepts a check for 5150,000 made out to UNCF by the Esso Education Foundation Awnings, pump and well. Only $11,000 FHA.
from Robert 0. Goodykoontz, a vice president of Humble Oil & Refining Company. 1485 NW 83 TERRACE I,
Looking on at left is James S. Avery, coordinator of community relations for Humble 339 NW 39th STREET 2 bedroom, huge Fla room, sprinkler and well
who is serving his second year as a national vice chairman of the College Fund and pump. Also cornerlot available. No quail. !i
campaign. Humble Oil is a contributor to the Esso Education Foundation, establish. OWNER: fying.
ed in 11955 by Standard Oil Company (New Jersey), Humble's parent firm.
758-8749 2233 NW 92 STREET "

The Men of ML Olivette Baptist Church Only $10,500 FHA. 2 bedroom, appliances
Proudly IIVMMMIMR. sprinklers, $75 mo. pays all.
,. ANORAN Open, Sunday 3-6 p.m. 3 bedroom, 2 bath corner beauty, fenced, Fla

n 1C Very nice. CBS corner home completely fenced, pays all.
Sunday, January 22, 1967 3:30: p.m.
1450 N. W. 1st Court: sprinklers, fruit trees, 2 bedroom, Fla room, garage WE SPECIALIZE IN HOMES FOR PERSONS
Rev. I. C. Mkklns, Mtalster: and carport. Only $400 down. $92 per month BEING DISPLACED BY URBAN RENEWAL.
Donation $1.00 pays all.Many extras. Call Harry or Helen Denny, ALSO THE VA AND FHA PROGRAM.
685-0021 OR 947-7111 EVENINGS
King Realty Inc.

SEWING MACHINE"REPAIR Tip Top Realtors of Miami, Realtor

SPECIAL" 13906 NW 7th Ave.
Cleaned & Oiled 8000 NW 7 Ave.

*Free Adjust Needle Tensions& Belt Total! Cost 112. Only $100 DownVERY aPL 1-9708 W

Check all Wiring All Makes NICE CBS HOMES LIKE NEW

*1 Year Guarantee g Models 2.3.4 bedroom, large lots, any one can buy vets
or non vets. Payments from $59 per month pays
634-6242 all. Call Harry or Helen Denny:

685-0021 OR 947-7111 EVENINGS jiwPEr : vv *"* WF-SMM

Tip Top Realtors f...Life 's'.I'sl. Buys"OPEN

' FOR RENT 'i'
13 906 NW 7th Ave.
Small store big profit. 'Combination neigh
and commercial traffic. Business street, SUNDAY

busy stores for a low side street rental. Will "vNO MOVE RI GHT IN
decorate, install equipment and help financeup Best Buys in Town CBS, 2 large bedrooms, lots or kitchen cabinets,
to three months free rent. modern bathroom, freshly painted inside and out.
on 87th St. near NW 22nd Ave. $500 down and
PHONE: 445-1381 CLOSING COSTS ON THE FOLLOWING move right in. Vacant, we have keys.
205 GRANT STREET, Coconut Grove
$300 DOWN $18 MO. CBS beauty, 2 bedroom, SELLER PAYS ALL COSTS
screened porch, carport, new area, near buses. Luxurious corner, CBS, flat tile roof, Flo room,
$12,500 FHA.ALLAPATTAH garage, awnings, large fenced yard, gas heat. A
better home at $13,000 FHA with $400 down and
AREA. $15 MO. Large 2 bedroom
$80 month and seller all
pays costs.
CBS on lots. Appliances, aircond.$12,000 FHA.
$65 MO. CORNER, CBS. 2 bedroom, enclosed NEW AREA IN PA-LOCK
No qualifying, 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS, built-in
porch, 2 cor garage, no qualifying. $1,000 down,
Home Owners $7,000 total. kitchen, tile roof, garage, etc. Modern in every
respect.$800 down and take over FHA paymentsof
2 BEDROOM, 2 BATH. CBS beauty. Flo room, $100.13 pays all. Move right in.
t= 'E.E dining room, carport, fenced. No qualifying. $80
mo. $1,000 own. SELLER PAYS ALL COSTS
Tile roofextra large Fla room, stove refrigera
Coin Operated 3 BEDROOM CBS, fenced. Enclosed porch, din' tor. House will be painted to suit buyer. FHA
lit' ing room, utility room, appliances, near schools, price $11,500 with $350 down and $65.11 month.
buses, shopping. $87 mo. pays all. Only $1,000
Washers & Dryers down, $11,500 total. SELLER PAYS ALL COSTSB.outlful3

b.droom,2 bath,CBS on lovely street,
$85 MO. PAYS ALL.Corner CBS, 2 bedroom, enclosed NW 93rd Terr., near 25th Ave. Large Fla room,
Installed In Your Home porch, utility room, fenced only. $1,200 garage, tile roof, jalousie windows, stove, refrigerator
down. No qualifying. wall to wall carpeting. Owner will sellat

LIVE RENT FREE. Duplex CBS beauty. Large FHA valuation and pay closing costs, too.

1* J; fl.seFREE bedroom, living room and dining room each side,
appliances, one air cond., $450 down, $ ,
FHA. Corner CBS 2 bedrooms each side, tile roof, I
awning windows, appliances, owner will paint (
INSTALLATION DUPLEX CBS BEAUTY. 2 bedroom apt. and 1 inside and out, refinish floors, make like newt
bedroom apt. Large kitchens, appliances. One FHA price $16,000 with $600 down and $98.78 :
opt it furnished.Reasonable down.$13,000 total. month and seller pays all costs. I

HOME & INCOME. 2 CBS houses, completely I
furn. plus extra lot toned R2. Front 2 bedroom,
*FREE REPAIRS blooded porch, dining room, utility room, car. $100 DOWN IF. YOU ARE A VET OR BEING (
port. Rear-Duplex., 1 bedroom, 1 bath, screened DISPLACED AND IF YOU.CAN QUALIFY ;
porch and efficiency apt. No qualifying. Reasonable I
down. $16,500 total.SHEUIEAHV I "" r

": Call-Coin' Meter Co. Life Realty ;f !

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373-6511 t ER I,4932 NW, 7th Ave 'PL 9-4371 ;

4260 NW 7th Avt. 758-5551 7 Week ''l"
Open Day Per EveningsTool: 1 ..


MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 20, 1967 I?

FOR RENT RANGE. ,. Mrs. Mary Eliza John

'#1' Mrs. Donald Mcconlcoo son of 3321 N.W. 51st St.,

.. Furnished room with private 1021 N.W. 67yh St., passedon passed on Friday, January

_I" ,1Ti! ". ,' bath 3295 for mornings nice man.and evenings.Call 696- Wednesday, January 11,, 13, 1967. She Is survivedby

1967. He Is survived by his a husband Mr. Nero .
15 ""
WORDS OR lESS $1.50. 5C FOR ADDITIONAL WORD. wife, Mrs. IvonneMcConlco; Johnson; seven sonsTheo

DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS WEDNESDAY NOON 2 three room houses 1805 NW 1 daughter, Mrs. Joyce Da dore, C W. Wallace, Nero
5th and 1811/ NW 5th Ct.
'Jr. Bobbie Lee Lee
Furnished. $13 week. Call niels; 2 grandchildren; 1 Jimmy ,
6343177. brother, Henry McConico;2 and William; four daughters
FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE uncles; 1 aunt and a host of; Ida Woods, Ruby Lee

Three bedroom CBS. No closing 4 Bedrooms Room.727 NW 65th St.Phone other relatives and friends Johnson, Willie Mae and
costs. $425 down.$94.11 Duplex, CBS, 2 bedroom, 1 Edison Area. Drive by 5633 757-3340. Funeul services were held Estella Johnson; six sisters

per month pays all. Home is 5 bath each side. Large kitchen, I NW 6th Ave. Big spacious Tuesday, January 17, 1961 Addle Furtrell, Rosie
years old, one owner, clean tiel roof, low, low down pay1 1 home, fully carpeted, ideal' I bedroom apt. 6233 NW 20th at St. JamesA.M.E.Church Whitehead, Carrie Thomas,
and nice. $12,500 FHA valuation ment, 4801 NW 19th Ave.Call for that big family. $400 down Avenue. Lucille Alston,Annie Woods

Biscayne Realty, Inc. Mr. White 624-4874. (TF) $11,700 FHA terms. A. Ben- Mrs. Johnnie Johnson of and Sarah Thomas her remains

Broker, 759-8600. Korl, Realtor, 751-2243, any. Studio apt. for one person. 756 N.W. 49th Street, passedon will be sent to Hawk-
Old Records Bought time. $10( per week plus utilities. Thursday, January 12, insville, Georgia for final
CBS dream house. $370 down, Jazz, blues, gospel records 5238 NW 24th Ct. 754-2605. 1967. She is survived by
No closing costs. $84.77 per from the 1920's and 1930'a 2 Bedrooms, 2 Baths two daughters, Mrs. Louise rites.Mr.
-- --
Home has huge Fla room, Charles E Givens
only. Box No.7354Miami.TF) Edison Area. Drive by 5661 Williams Mrs. Soleva
Terrazzo and Cuban tile NW 6th Ave. Lovely home, brother Mrs. of 1245 N.W. 60th Street,

floors thruout.Near Northside This is lovely 3 bedroom, 1 custom built, Fla room and EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR. Jones; one three sisters passed Saturday, January
$11,300. FHA valuation. Biscayne bath CBS with carport and garage. $450 down. $15,000 Community Action Agency. Gray, 14, 1967. He is survived by
Realty, Inc.,Broker, Position requires degree in Mesdames: Modenia Collins -
utility room, plus extras. No total. FHA. A.Ben-Kori, Real- his wife Mrs. Barbara
7598600. Business Public Admin Etta Robinson Marthe .....
or ,
qualifying, take over existing tor, 751-2243, anytime. Givens; 2 children;his mother -
tion or equivalent in prac Flood and a host of other
Like new CBS, Fla room, payments at $80 per mo. See ; Mrs. Irma Givens; two
awnings completely at 2350 NW 89th St. Call Fla Room tion or equivalent in prac- relatives. Her remains were sisters Juanita Hopkinsand
carport Drive 845 NW 83rd Terrace sent to Clarksdale, Miss. on
broker to inspect and de
fenced yard. On NW 56th st. get tical experience, plus mini- Mary Sampson; a
tails. Martin M. Berney, 624- Beautiful 2 bedroom CBS, car- mum of 6 years progressive Tuesday. January 17, 1967 brother Givens
15th Ave. 1 mtg. No Eugene ;sev-
Near 6983. pat, lovely yard, $450 down,, management or supervisory for final rites.
closing costs. Only $200 deposit eral uncles, aunts and ahost
FHA terms.A.Ben-Kori, Tealtor experience in education, social ,
on FHA terms. Call Direct from owner, 3 bedroom, anytime, 7512243. work,public or personnel Mrs. Thelma Mack of of other relatives and friends.
751-8642. Universal Real 7001 N.W. 15th Avenue, Funeral services were held
IVj bath, CBS, like new, large administration. $12,000/yr.
Estate, Realtor 751-8642., Inc. 4600 NW fenced lot,carport,oak floors,, Only $100 down, 2-3-4 bed Submit resumes to P. O, Box passed on Thursday, Jan- Tuesday, January 17, 1967
7th Ave. move right in. No red tape. room, CBS, low monthly pay 6605) West Palm Beach, Fla. uary 12, 1967. She is sur- in the Range memorial

No qualifying. $750 down. ments, no closing cost, one 33405. (An equal opportunity vived by a son Larry Chapel.Mr. .
down includes
CBS, $420 $015 pays all. See 7025 NW mortgage, two houses availabl employer). Reaves; two brothersIsaac
prepayments. No closing Robert Lee Johnsonof
28th Ave.Call owner75S-S739. with 2 bedrooms with monthly and Clarence Black two sis-
$86.48 month. A
costs. per 2450 N.W. 162nd Street,
mortgage payments only $47, High School Graduate-over Lula 1
home 75 ft. lot ters Mesdames:
beautiful on
Direct from owner. 3 bedroomin Universal Real Estate, Inc.,, 21, male or female. Must be passed Saturday, January
I landscaped. Appliances are best area. Corner, carport, 4600 NW 7th Ave. 751-8642. able to type. Fairly good in Stevens, Cleo Home; one 14, 1967. He is survived by
included. $12,000 FHA valua porch, oak floors, lane room, mathematics. Good handwriting nephew; two neices his daughter Miss Wanda
tion. Biscayne Realty, Inc. See at 4232 NW 11th PI. Low necessary. References. many other relatives. Funeral Johnson; a sister Mrs. Inez
Broker, Inc. 759-8600. down payment.No qualifying.Move Apply in person evening after services will b'e held Saturday Payne; two brothers, Daniel

% home $9800.00 FHA right in. Call owner FOR RENT 7 p.m. Cousin's Record shop, January 21, 1967 at Poole and Jimmie J.. John-
valuation. $350 down total. 758-8749. Luxury house. $27 per week. 2715 NW 54th St. No phone New Hope Baptist Church. son, several aunts, uncles ...

No closing costs. $71.12 per Fantastic bargain.CBS home. :BS, 2 bedroom, apt. $22. calls. (Indf Mr. Maner Mather, father and a host of other relatives
month pays all. One owner FHA value. $10,000-my price ;Jice 1 bed. duplex. Apt. $19. ---CHILDCARE: of Mrs. A. W. Paramoreof and friends. Funeral services

home with large kitchen, oak $7,500. Need at least$3,000 J Nice 1 bed CBS, apt. $17.50. 1211 N.W. 72nd St. died will be held Saturday, Jan-
clean home.
floors. A good bargain. Biscayne -. Good 2 bed. house $22. Good Opa-locka. 21 1967 at the
cash. See 339 NW 39th st. rear area. 6851137. In Statesboro, Georgia. Fun- uary Bethany
Realty, Inc. 759-8600. Call owner. 758-8749. Corner 1 bed. CBS duplex. apt eral services were held Sat- Adventist Church 3:30 p.m.

CBS very well kept. $10,500 -- $19 week. Free pickup and delivery. urday, Jan. 14, 1967 in the Mrs. Essie Mae Griffin

FHA $350 down total. No $I 00 Down to GIs CBS, 1 bed. duplex. apt. $19 Call 635-5129. Range Memorial Chapel. of 2011 N.W. 166th Street,

closing costs. $77.68 per Close in 17th Ave., corner, 1 bed. porch plus.Duplex apt. Mrs. Leila Smith of 1731 passed Saturday, January
month Real nice home with Fla room, 2 large bedroom, __ $19.LIBERTY. Infant and toddle day care in 3 14, 1967. She is survived bya
fenced. N.W. 1st Court, Apt. # ,
completely home. Will take very good
large screen porch qr extra RENTAL AGENCY my sister Mrs. Jessie Tisby;
this passed on Friday, January
of child. Phone
$92 all. Hurry, care your
mo. pays
lot. Biscayne Realty, and
large aunt Mrs.
2020 NW 62nd street 13 1967. She is survivedby Carrie Robinson
Inc. Broker, 7598600.No won't last. Call Harry or He- 633-7809 759-8335. and other relatives.
Tip Top Realtors, one daughter-Mrs. Ruby
Come into our office and w<{ MISCELLANEOUS Edwards and other relatives Funeal arrangements at this
low monthly NW 7th Ave.
qualifying, 685-0021. 13906
payment. 875 NW 83rd st. All will show you a good apt. Complete Septic Tank 24 and friends. Funeral serviceswere time, are incomplete.

CBS, Immaculate 2 bedroom, $100 Down Payments --- hour service. Real low cost. held Thursday, Jan-

stove, refrigerator, air cond., 2-3-4 bedroom CBS like new. Three Bedroom House. 3712. 6355129. uary 19, 1967 at 4:30: p.m.

yard copletely fenced. Anyone can buy, vets or non- NW 20th Ct. Rear house in the Chapel. START WORK TODAY!
11000.00 total price.$74.85 vets. Payments from $59 mo. Freshly renovated. $80 per
pays all. Low, low down pay pays all one mortgage Call month only. Drive by then,, Mrs. Mary Gaston of 661 A Public Service Over
Move in today. Aetna N.W. 7th Street,Apt. #8passed 20 Years
ment. now we have the keys. Harry call Biscayne Realty, Inc L- y' r.3
Realty, Broker, 811 NW 54thSt. and Helen Denny, 685-0021. Broker, 7598600. Carver fi on Tuesday, January'7, tive In Molds I
757-5724. Open 7 days. 13906 NW 7th Avenue. --- 1967. She is survived by four Cook Busboys
Room. Near shopping center. daughters Miss Edith Gas- Dishwashers Porters
2431 NW 99th Street Prefer a nice man. 2441 NW Ranches Gas Station Driven
$100 Down to Vets .if ton, Mesdames;Mattie King,
wall CBS,to 2 wall bedroom carpet, carport, breakfastbar new $400FHACBS nice Fla.room,, 65th St. OX 1-6432. Bessie Butler and Mary Hotel W. &AppreciateYour Horn Moidi

in kitchen, on $350.00bar 2 large bedrooms, carport and --- News I Brinston; two sons, Johnnie BusinessFR
furn. like front
fenced Lovely room,
garage, and Louis Gaston; 25 grand-
in kitchen, only $350.00 yard, like park. Big bar-b-que, home. 696-2240. children and seveal other
down FHA total $11,500.00, sprinklers, awnings, fruit "by! Walter Bow relatives. Funeral Aj; 9-8332
arrangements -
small room can be used as 2 large rooms, $8.60 per
third bedroom. See Now! Call trees, FHA price $12,500 week Includes everything. Star Light Lodge No. 542 at this time, are in- .C-gZV534 N. Miami Are!
Aetna Realty, Broker, 811 NW Call now, Harry or Helen 536tt NW 6th St. will meet Friday night Jan. complete.

54th St. 7575724. Open Sat Denny, Tip Top Realtors, 20 at 8 at the Masonic Hall
and Sun. 685-0021. 13906 NW 7th Ave. Nice lovely room. 633-2336. on Pembroke Road. All mem-

---- bers, please be present.Mr. .
3 bedrooms $11,000.00 Total 2 bedroom CBS FHA, porch, Room at 3270 NW 51st Street

1335 NW 84th Terrace, CBS only $250 down payment. and Mrs. Milton Harris
FHA appraised 12000.00, Owner pays closing cost. large some with are the proud parents of a EDISON I Specials I
buy today at 1100000. No Drive by 1427 NW 51st St. private bath and private en baby boy-their first-born
closing costs. $350.00 down. then call Fenster Realty, trance. Come after 7 p.m.and Saturday, Jan. 7, 8 p.m. at ...
$68.31 monthly-don't delay Broker, PL 9-8779. all day Saturday and Sunday. Memorial Hospital in Holly-
call today. Aetna Realty, ----- 4758 NW 21st Avenue. wood. Mr. Harris Is one of

Broker, 811 NW 54th St. 757- 3 bedroom 2 bath, carport, on the barbers at Bowe's BarberShop OPEN AFTER 2 P.M. SUNDAY
5724. Open 7 days. Cravero Lake Estates, tile Room in private home. Call .
--- roof, conventional financing after 4 p.m. and weekends 1461 NW 92 STREET
only. Drive by 1240 NW 88th all day, OX 1-0662.
2370 NW 80th Street Mrs. Hazel McFadden of
Then call Fenster Realty Extra special. Very large CBS home, 1H bath,
Large 2 bedroom, CBS home. St. --- 5531 SW 18th St., westHolly-
Oversize lot, stove, refrigerator Broker, PL 98779. Very nice room. 635-5129. wood, was in Memorial hospital 75x110 lot. Tile roof, dining room, Fla rom,

brand new roof, FHA from Jan. 4 to Jan. 9. largo garage, many extras, $16,500 total FHA
1200000. $400.00down pay- 2 nice houses on one lot. 2295 NW 87th Street She is much improved.Mrs. terms. Don't fall to see this outstanding proper
ment.No closing costs.Don't Good deal for people selling Large comer house with ty. Many extra features.
hesitate any longer-call now. their homes to urban renewalor large yard. Liberty Rental Olive McKenzie and

Aetna Realty, Broker, 811 NV expressway. Furn. Drive Agency. $27 weekly. 2020 NW Gerald Knight of 4700 SW 835 NW 84 STREET

54th St. 757-5724.Open 7 days by 351 NW 45th st. Then call 62nd St. 633-7809. 18th St., West Hollywood, CBS, terrazzo floors, awning type wind, ws, car-
Fenster Realty, Broker, PL left on Sunday, Jan. 15 for
2 bedrooms, 2 bath, Fla roan, 9-8779. Furnished effcy. $15 weekly Italy. They will be visiting port, $300 down, FHA. No closing cost. County

stove, refrigerator, hardwood includes lights, gas, water, her son, Stanley McKenzie, taxes only. 60 foot frontage.
floors, FHA $10,500.00. Another special for people waste removal. Call sat. between -who plays basketball for the
$350.00 down, low monthly with money. 3 bedroom CBS, 12 and 3:30. 2221 NW All-Star Basketball team. DRIVE BY THESE THEN CALL EDISON

payment, no closing costs. near 7th Ave. Furn. Porch. 57th St. They were surprised with an
CBS, carport, utility room. Drive by 675 NW 44th St. early Sunday dinner with her ((1)I) 60 NW 42nd st. Lovely CBS duplex. $450 ..\
Must see this now-won't last. Then call Fenster Realty, 3146 NW 61st St. Nice house son and daughter-in-law, Mr. down FHA. 2 bedroom each side, terrazzo floors.
Aetna Realty, Broker, 811 NW Broker, PL 9-8779. in rear. $20 per week.Liberty and Mrs. Lawrence McKenzie, Don't miss this.
54th St.757-5724. Open Sat.& Rental Agency, 2020 NW 62nd 2313 NW 71st Lane, Miami.
Genie Hanes, new, CBS, 3 SU 633-7809.
Sun. bedroom, 2 bath, hardwood --- ((2)) 429 NW 56th St. 3 bedroom, frame, $6500 all

Duplex. 1411 NW 41st St. floors, good locations. Builtin Real nice 3 bedroom house, TELL OURADVERTISERS cash

1 bedroom, 1 bath each side range-oven. Drive by 1030 slightly furn. No children.
FHA $350 down.No closing NW 51st St. and 1954 NW 41st $26.50 per week. Located ((3). 2431 NW 93 Terr. CBS on 75x106 lot. Fla

costs Live rent free in lovely then call Fenster Realty, 2258 NW 58th St. Deposit re YOU SAW IT IN THE room, carport. $300 down. FHA. No closing cost
area. Please do not disturb Broker PL 9-8779. quired.

tenants. Call broker right now, TIMES
Martin M. Berney, 6246983. No Qualifying 5272 NW 9th Ave. Luscious 2 ((4)) 6520 NW 1st Place. $250 down. FHA. CBS,

---- Drive by 1730 NW 85th st. bedroom. $29 weekly. Liberty I tile room, carport, b.autlfullltl hL01hood. Hear
2 bedroom, 1 bath* CBS. See Could be used ass 3 bedroom Rental Agency,2020 NW 62nd I Hurry for a good buy! all Edison schools and two buslines.WE .
at 1735 NW 74th St. Will be 2 bath or home and income. St. 633-7809. FOR SALE
painted to please buyer. EX- Only $750 down and terms ar HAVE MANY HOMES AND DUPLEXES

cellent location No qualify ran led. Key at office. .A. Room in private home. 1865 Beautiful 2 bedroom FHA TERMS OR NO QUALIFYING
ing. Low down payment. call Ben-Kori, Realtor, 751-2243, KW 69th Terr. 693-0769. hardwood
broker right now. Martin M. anytime CBS home, YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR
tilt roof
Berney 6246983. --- floors, large $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING
New houses now being com- 1139 NW 7th Ct. 1 bedroom rooms in North Miami
on NW 41st SU and ipt., free electric, $14 weekly. DISPLACEDAND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY. -K)
2 bedroom, 1 bath, CBS plus pleted, one Btoch. Near (hopping
other close-in locations Liberty Rpntal Agency, 2020( and schools
2 extra rooms. See at 2530 NW center FHA

82nd St. This lot is beautiful.-, bedrooms all custom, built 2 baths, good garage terms, 4W 62nd St. 633-7809. $300 Jown.Total $10,000 EDISON REALTY, ,Realtors175rJMfe .
Near shopping. Reasonable
, Northside --
Call Realtor, CALL: 947-1264
I No with 10% down. lady to
down payment. Nice girl or working
I qualifying. Move right in. Mar, Sonny Wright, ,Universal builder's Real representative hare new 2 bedroom duplex By owner. Open Saturday 12nd' SI, 751244rTHE

tin M. Bemey. Broker, 624- Estate, Inc.4600 NW 7th Ave. leighborhood.apt with nurse.759-6026.Nice quiet and Sunday.

6933. 7<|1-8642

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Cent. from page 1

; +, r, 1 moved in. They said that
C Used
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c Y she had agreed to clean up
-- -'' '' the place as part of the rental
? Stripping away-Congressman Congressman 'pU":; who We remind Dade County'shas agreement
Adam Clayton Powell's chaired one of the!most Negro dectoratethatits Con- "She wasn't supposed to
authority as chairman of the productive committees in regressional Representatives move in until the first of the
House Committee on Educa- cent history. voted "yeh." week," said Sidney Sussman.
BY EMMA LOU LANIER tion and Labor affirms He said his firm was supply
PACTs contention that such ing Mrs. Moore with paint to
action indicates applicationof Fine Arts Dedication SaturdayThe brush up the place.
I was at a meeting just; the other day. A conversation a double standard of conduct The Sussmans said that
came up, "why is it a man's world?" I wish more by the members of the Fine Arts Conse- friends, extend a cordial invitation Mrs. Moore had begged to
women would take more active parts in politics every Congress. vatory will dedicate its new to the public be allowed to rent the unit,
where. It was the kind of talk I hope registered with the PACT asserts, if action building at 327 N.W. 62ndSt A musical program will and that she got the keys to
women of the United States. was taken against Congressman Saturday, Jan 21, from feature the dedication and the place by deception, tell
I thought we would have many more women activein Powell, simultaneously, 4 to 6 p.m. refreshments will be served. ing an agent of the realty
action should have also been The Fine Arts Conserva- firm, "Mr. Sidney Sussman
our international politics than we do. Take the ques- The building was givento
taken against other Con- the tory has been in operation said it is all right to rent it
tion of peace and war; when we first went into Vietnam, the conservatory by
I am not certain, but I think that the war would have gress and abused the privi- Federal Government Mrs. for several years and has to me."
leges of their office. Ruth Greenfield,founder and made valuablecontributlons Mrs. Moore got her $18
been with this time if
over by women active
were more Since such did not occur to the cultural rental back
developmentof deposit mondaythe
j participants in the believe president of the school, and
s sympathyfor
women in this case, we can only other the community Sussmans said.
Pete Seeger, alongwith
the civilian population of Vietnam would have forceda conclude that other factors
negotiation quite early in the war. A woman's con- than thoserelativetotheprindples ... ....... > H. .
cern for the survival of Vietnam families would pos-' of conduct applicableto r ---i----
sibly have changed the policy we now follow.It all Congressman were

seems to me that the day is over when this is a used.Mr.
Powell's difficulties
man's world only. Women certainly are suffering their legal '
which ,
share in this world and there is no reason why women apparentlyalso R'i i 1
became enmeshed in I,.'
should nothave more to say about running it. { fVd
deliberations of his col- .
It seems natural that women deliver their heartfelt
leagues who acted againsthim
pleas against war, but it seems to me. you can hear :
as we understand them, :L
thousands of for while .
women argue privately peace
are matters still before the ___
only a few speak publicly to the parties involved. .
courts. There are many precedents E'r _ _ _
there about which leads of .
What is men so many us to of Congressmanwho 1. :
feel they are the only ones fit to rule? have had similar difficulties I.i I. ,_ t
Men seem to go from one war to another. I believe and who have not i
that peace is in the heart of every mother who knows been subjected to Congres-
I the agony of losing a son in war. Why aren' there more sional action as well
I r outspoken. women who know that there is a worldwideneed Congress has in the past
for their guidance? Where are our women? tolerated racists and extre-
A confused world is waiting for them. It's easy mists of all persuasions, as
enough to get a group of men together but all you hear well as individuals whose
is the same nationalistic fervor. personal morality has been .. .
... . ."
questionable. Since .. ", '
I believe a true 'brotherhood of man'can be achieved : .
only through the help of women. has not moved against
these individuals, we question
the action taken against

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r cw POLITICS? Formernewsman and vivil rights spokesman,Junius Griffin, (left)
1 is introduced to officials of the National Newspaper Publishers Association their'
mid-winter worship in Miami. Griffin, now Administrator of the Minorities Divisionof
the Republican National Committee, was introduced by his new boss, Clarence L.
Townes, Jr., (second from right) Special Assistant to the Chairman.NNPA officialsare
+r .y lug Garth C. Reeves, (second from left),.vice president of the NNPA and Frank L.
Stanley, 'Sr., (right) president of the NNPA, which has a membership of more than
148 Negro-oriented newspapers.BUYING .

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HAPPY DAYS' ARE HERE AGAIN: The three happy smiling faces shown are,
left to right: Mr. Jessie A. Gibson, assistant director United Negro College JL
"- Fund's fund-raising division and national"director of Alumni Affairs; 'Mrs. C. Delmar -
Williams, vice president of the National Alumni Council, board member of UNCF,
and chairman of the Greater New York Alumni Chapter; and Mrs. De Vera Edwards, SAVEFinance
consumer service coordinator of Pharmaco, Inc., which is presenting the Artra
Scholarship Award.

Financed by Pharmaco, Kenilworth, N. J. pharmaceutical form, the scholarship
provides $1,200 for the winning student and $300 for his college or university. An-
nouncement of the student winner's name will be made during the 21st annual con- Your Car with Our

ference of the Council, February 9-72, 1967, in the Queene-Charlotte Hotel, Char-

lotte,The N. C.purpose of the scholarship is to promote participation among college stu- I AUTO LOAN!

dents in off-campus as well as on-campus activities, and to instill a desire to
continue participation in civic and community affairs after graduation.

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