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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 27, 1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Florida's present legislative neral Earl Faircloth in the this case to go back upto the this year, the present apport- l+|
apportionment plan was defense of the plan, arguedfor Supreme Court) before we reconstitute ionment plan that is ruled
the Legislature. illegal by the U. S. Supreme ,
virtually thrown out here Wed the 48 senator 117 representative -
nesday by a three-judge federal apportionment plan. "This court is under orders Court. '.
panel, and the judges said from the U. S. Supreme The panel has been re- / t
that a new plan will have to Federal Judge Warren L. Court to reconstitute the Le- versed three times by the ]
be devised. Jones, after listening to Mat- gislature." U. S. Supreme Court. It is I '
ar.l I State Senator John Mathews hews 17 minutes, interruptedand The Legislature had hoped expected that a decision will '

+ n, ,, rrl6 of Jacksonville, who had been declared: that the Miami panel would be made when the Legislaturemeets
I I permitted to join Attorney Ge "We don't have time for have approved, at least forGets in April. ,
Saying that legislative \
leaders "are not in any dif- !.
I ferent position before the
18 Months court than any other citizen," '
': Bradley refused
Jones to permit Senate
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.l 1 Purjury ConvictionA fenseof the 48 117 plan.
,',4' ': I on Alcee Hastings, NAACP
attorneyof Ft. Lauderdale

six-man Criminal Court rebuttal was: proposed a plan for subdivid-
jury found former constableRay "What he forgot to mentionwas ing Congressional Districtsinto ,
Bradley guilty of perjury the fact that I was drirJc- single member subdis-
Wednesday and sentenced him ing with him." tricts so Negroes won't haveto
to 18 months in prison. Con- Shellman and George both run countywide, increasingtheir
viction of the popular lawmanis testified they had seen Brad- chances of election. I
the first in an expected long t ley and Rainwater together Dade County League of
list of gambling, corruption on occasion. Bradley deniedit. Municipalities supports Has t

cases coming up. tings proposal. ,
Bradley will remain free
pending a legal attack on

his conviction.The state .maintained that TiHousini htens

Bradley and a former Miami City !
police officer Charles M.
Shellman, chased down a veteran .
Miami Coed gambler in early 1964,
Plays found numbers racket evidencein Code
the gambler's car but took I I
no action. ..
Feature Role In Un; Instead, it was charged,
,. Bradley and Shellman warnedthe CHARLES M. SHELLMAN A housing code amend- the amendment Is to pin-
ment to force landlords or point the responsibility ona
to current on
gambler get
Former Deputybet their to maintain minimum specific Individual, so that
his weekly payoffs for law enforcement agents -
of Georgia Play officials. slips, which they found li maintenance and sanitation housing and building inspectors -
his car. They laid the bag on "
will have to ,
Alex George, confessed standards In their apartments someone \
the hood, and pulled the contents -
/If gambler who sang to the grand at all tiroes, was contact to'force compliance l:
Elona Alfreda Harmon, ever; this Is the first timea jury, said that both Bradley put+ he said,Asked by approved Monday by Miami with the code. "
.. Assistant State Attorney Lu-
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Negro female has appeared and Shellman warned him to" city commissioners.
clous Cushman to state what Other amendments
Alfonza Harmon of Miami in a major production I pay up and poked through a nicknames H. T. Rainwater Passed on first reading, passed r
will play the role of Fancyin at the University of Georgia grocery sack containing bolita was known by, George said: the amendment would require unanimously M>ndaybythe
he next major production However, since we now have balls envelopes for his 26 that landlords designate commission ,would: Require
of the University of Georgia two Negro majors In ou:. bolita writers and a pile of "H was known as Red, themselves or their landlords to supply adequate

Theatre. Theplay will beheldin department, here is no doubt Mr. Red the admiral, the employes to provide "con- hot water In apartments.

the Fine Arts Building, that their appearance wil; captain which, and won't a lot mention.of other" tinuing services" to assure Ban cooking stoves and
Bahamas names I
February 15-18 at 8:00p.m.The not be as infrequent as ii that minimum requirementsof ovens for heating purposes.
play in which Miss the past,"stated Dr. Leighton Bradley and his Negro deputy the code are met. Require that all exterior

Harmon appears Is Luigi M. Ballew, Chairman of the Premier fell out in 1965. Bradley The new law sould not walls be painted before an !
Department of Speech and attacked Shellman as a drunk, is rented.
Pirandello's"Six Charactersin apply to buildings with less apartment
Drama at the University 01:i and the defense establishedthat landlords from tampering
Search of an Author"which than three units. Gene Miles Stop -
Shellman had been
will be staged by Mr. Georgia. OR Florida fined at one time for alcoho-con- director of the Deaparmentof with a tenant's utility
Anthony K. Richardson, Last quarter Miss Harmon Neighborhood Rehabilitation service as a means of forcing

Visiting Professor and DI- was a major character lism.The angered Shellman's said, the purpose of rent payments of evictions.
rector at the University of in a scene from Anna Mo- Forum Sunday

Georgia, formerly with the watt's "Fashion"which I

Belgrade Theatre, Conven- was directed by Joseph Ca- The Honorable Lynden O. \
try, England. The role which bell, a graduate student froir I Pindling, newly named Premier
Miss Harmon portrays was Miami. Out of the twelve! of the Bahamas, will
or*finally written as a male scenes presented, it was ratedas I make his first appearance in

roie. the "Best Scene Presented. this county since the election I
"During the past several ." Elona is at the University when he is guest on Miami +

years we have not had Negro of Georgia working on I Press Conference (Channel
students as majors In our de- her B.F.A degree In Speech I 10, Sunday, 5 p.m.). He will 1 !
partment; consequently, we and Drama Eduatlon and a also address the Tiger Bay
Political Club Tuesday noon
have had only'a few roles second degree in Speech I hotel.
at the DuPont Plaza
played by Negros In Lab- Therapy. Elona is a grad.
oratory and experimental uate of Miami Northwestern I
theatre presentatons. How- Senior High School.

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ter of Frontiers International. Earl Glenn, acting SBDC director presenting award for outstanding services I
the affair is planned for Sun- of Miami.
rendered the Photo by Johnson
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have criminal 29 6 agency to Kipnis -
Fourteen men escaped from are missing day, January at p.m.

the South Florida State Hospital records. Charles W. Greene, di.trictdeputy The Small Business De- Board, was Master of Cere- Prominent citizens receiving -
at Hollywood Tuesday Police said the 14 escaped and director of pubic awards presented by Mr.
velopment Center of Dade monies. Mr. Earl F. Glenn
night after attacking guards from the hospital's maximum relations of the Atlanta Life Glenn, Acting Director, were ,
made award
destroying their hospital re security section after Insurance Company, AtlantaGa. ,I County sponsored a luncheon Acting Director, as follows DonaldW. I
: Attorney
cords. overpowering the unarmed ., will be the special guest at the Seville Hotel honoring presentations to the honor- Cassel 1
Police said nine others guards, and destroying hospital speaker. Its former Executive DI- arlus. Mr. R.W.Apte,Chairman Jones, Marwin
either returned voluntarily to records of their ages Garth Reeves, past presi- rector, Robert H. Simms, of the Ad Hoc Com- and Alvin Cassel; Dr. Jerry \
the hospital facility or were and physical descriptions.They dent will preside and past the (now Deputy Director of the mittee, presented Bob Simms Stern; Messrs. George W. I
recaptured.TWO were dressed in ci- gavel to the new president Community Relations with a gift on behalf of the Kilpatrick, Earle Carroll, \
of those at large Wednesday villian clothes. S. J. Ramsey. Other officers Board); S.V.D.C/S Volunteer Board of Directors. Ted Kipnis Rudolph Le-
listed aa dan's elected this Robert Greenberg,
were to serve year are: varity,
"very dan TWO of the escapees were Daniel Johnson first vice Counselors; an other public Abe Gross
and one as pre- Father Theodore Gibson Jules Hirsch, .
captured by Pembroke police, citizens directly In-
gerous." They were headedfor sident; Theodore Plessy, second spirited Norm Madam, John GLer,
Miami when last seen. two by hospital guards, two vice president; Robert volved enhancing( S.B.D.- dosed the luncheon expressing -
Morris, by Hollywood police and one successful his regrets that such an Leon Earles, George Wol-
They are Larry Gabriel, secretary and Oscar C.'s one-year oper-
Miami police.The hospital pert, Melvin Bender and Al-
Victor Ladson and Theodore by W. Weaver, treasurer.A ations. outstanding organization is
Branson, all Negroes. Police said the others returned vo- buffet supper will be Mr. Benjamin H. Myers, being phased out by the Government vin Guilford representing
luntarily. The police issued a Small Business Administra
said that Brunaon had knife. served at the conclusion of Chairman of the Execiiive
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"Membership onthespec- of each member of Con- crats and four Republicans.They Representatives within five
,Executive Director, Notional' Urban League ial committee to consider the gress." are charged with con weeks with a recommendation I
B right of Adam Clayton Powell The members of this spec- ducting an Investigation and as to whether ornotMr.
That store on the turner may nut seem like much, to serve in Congress is ial committee are all law- reporting to the House of Powell shall be seated.
but it represents livelihood. to the folks who own it an awesome responsibility," yers. Most of them are members .
and provides service and convenience to the people in today stated CongressmanJohn of the House Judiciary -- -
the neighborhood. Small business ownership is the ful- Conyers, Jr. (Dem.- Committee which handles all I
fillment of the American dream of"being one's own boss" Michigan) after being In- legislation concerning the COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE TV SERVICE
and it pro\'ides jobs for about 30 million people. formed of his appointmentthis protection of Constitutional
'JTiu economic health of a neighborhood Is measured morning Speaker Me- rights and revisions in the STEREO RADIO TAPE RECORDER
by the bucccss of its small businessmen.; They give a coin. Cormack. "I am confidentthat legal codes of the United
munlty a firm financial base. That is why it is such cause the committee's Inves- States. Conyers is the only
for concern that so few Negroes own their own businesses; tigation will be thorough and Negro member of both the VET TVTED
about one percent of Negro workers are self-employed, careful and that hear ings will House Judiciary Committeeand
compared to four percent of white workers- by conducted impartially in of the special committee FORMERLY OF JET IS NOW VET
The economic gap which separates Negro citizens from the most completely judicial appointed today. He Is now
the white majority won't be closed until Negroes playa manner. I look forward to In his second term In the 379-7735
greater role in business. This is something which shouldbe a careful examination by the House of Representatives.The .
encouraged by all lev Us of government as well as by committee of all the evidence special nine man 846 NW 2NO AVENUE
Industry.The and all the legal questions committee appointed today OPEN 9109
federal government had a program which was designed involved. feel that the com- is made up of five Demo-
to help poor persons open their own businesses.Two mitte e will make recommen-
years ago the Oldie of Economic Opportunity set up dations which will reassure
Small Business Development Centers around the countryto the entire country that the
make low-cost loans to such persons and to give them standards of conduct of the
the training and counselling they needed. People went off House of Representatives are
relief roles and unemployment lines to open hundreds of uniform and are based on
small stores in ghetto areas. the highest ethical principles."I R
No bank would have taken a chance on them, but the accept this appoint-
SBDC did, and as a result, they became tax-payers insteadof ment with special regard for
tax-tukeis. Although they were high credit risks, their the serious and important
defaults on loans was a mere one percent. questions involved," said
Last year, however, the centers were transferred out of Conyers. "The committee's
OEO and into the Small Business Administration. New investigation and the Houseof
loan restrictions went into effect und the new rules with Representatives' final ac-
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their tighter restrictions on applicants and types of businessto tion on this matter will grave- '
be helped, have slowed the program. The majority of ly affect the confidence of the ,(
loans made in the past could not be made today. This entire country in the personal
policy is short-sighted at best, and is a severe blow to integrity and sense of justiceof
thousands of persons who could have regained their economic every Congressman and
dependence and strengthened the economy of ghetto areas. of the House of Representatives f
Instead of cutting back this help, efforts to encourage small as a whole. This mat-
business ownership should be expanded. ter gravely affects the Consti-
An example of what might be done is a recently tutional rights of both Mr. t }
announced policy in New York City. The city's Finance Powell and his constituents,
Administrator said that city funds*, which on any given and also the Constitutional
day run from $20-100 million, will be placed in banks rights and responsibilities
which have branches in the ghetto and which agree to t
make loans to ghetto businessmen. In order get the city's .
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deposits, they will have to expand job opportunities for
LATE REGISTRATIONAT Senator Leroy Johnson of the
Georgia,was keynote speaker when Zeta Phi Be-
people in poor neighborhoods, and also provide loan and
ta Sorority, Inc., and Phi! Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc. observed Founder's
management advice, teaching merchants in depressed areas DADE J.C Day recently -
the latest techniques in marketing, sales and credit at Bethune-Cookman College.He .
Loans for such businessmen have been hard to get credit Late classes registration at Miami-Dade for non- Is shown (left) discussing politics with City Commissioner, James E. Huger

and such a program can help stabilize the commercial Junior college Winter Term Huger, the Business Manager of Bethune-Cookman College is a long time friend of
of the ghetto and expand job opportunities there. Thisis has been extended to Jan. 30. the senator.
of course, no substitute for the SBDC programs which The registration desk in 1123
were aimed at the poor and those who couldn't ordinarily Scott HallNorth Campus,will
qualify for bank loans, but it is a program which could remain open until 8 p.m. Mon- community theater, as well as
day through Thursday to accommodate languages, home beautification Robins
have far-reaching effects and should be emulated by other
prospective adult culinary arts, building
governmental bodies as well as private corporations.
students who might be unableto construction, and psychology. Uniform
Corporations and successful: businessmen can help too.
for special
come in during the day. Fee, except cour-
They can share their knowledge and experience with Openings include accounting ses is $10 for the 10-week
struggling storekeepers and small businessmen In the ghetto. typing, shorthand, term. Evening classes beginat CentersChurch
Such a program has been in operation through the interracial and income tax in the busi- 7, and end at 9.45: p.m.
Council for Business Opportunity, an organizationof ness curriculum. Classes are For information, phone 685- -. Uniforms
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volunteer business executives and technicians who pro- also available in art, music and 4521.LET'S --- Choir Robes
vide advice and counsel to less experienced small businessmen. -
The results of their efforts can be seen in many Church Furniture

prospering There are enterprises.thousands of people who, with a small assistin
the form of loans and counselling, can set up small TALK POLITICSBy Altar Sets Sunday School Furnishings

businesses which provide jobs and services to the community 5 STORES TO SERVE YOU
and attain economic Independence themselves. It NORMAN.,E. JONES
is high time that government and industry gave priorityto 16 W. Flogler St. 5900 Sunset Drive

helping them. Either through some of the select responsible Negro Lauderhlll Shopping Center Ft. Lauderdale.
leaders who were summoned to this meeting of "Negro
10th Ave. )
1735 NW Dodelond Shopping Centef
Community Leaders," or some of those miffed because they
were not invited to this "Negro Summit Conference" noti-
SEE OUR COMPLETE DISPLAYOF
AUTO INSURANCECheck fied Joe Waller, of SNCC, about the meeting and Joe
showed up, much to the consternation of the Negro leaders.He CHURCH FURNITURE AT:
our new, lower rates and easy financing appealed to be heard, but was advised that this wasa 5900 SUNSET DRIVE

IMMEDIATE sKin FILING private meeting and was asked to leave, which he did. South Miami I
Bring this ad to our office and receive a free gift Ironically some of the White people present suggested that OR CALL OUR REPRESENTATIVE
perhaps he should be heard, but the Negro community
D. Goodman and Son Inc.
leaders would have none such happening and Joe left
'{ n.ur.nc., Real. Estate, Mortf.,." The concensus of the meeting was that Joe and SNCC 666-8501
Busbies member All People Democratic Club should not carry on the proposed march on City Hall.
2688 NW 62nd Sreet OX 1-0380 For various and sundry reasons, there were dissenters:
but the die was cast, the train was set, the confrontationwas
made, avenues of compromise and retreat on either
side was cut off.
8 "" ', ''.'t. Saturday Joe Waller and a small group marched throughthe

UcitftNS : cold, wind and rain, through the Negro communityand
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:, ., {{ ft. .:. .. ,rvDugie's ,!. :tI!! downtown, without a great fanfare and disorder.

';, '..' The small group, led by Joe Waller marched every dayto
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.. .::" .b \. the City Hall, made speeches, and picketed in an orderly s
-- manner. Still no reaction from the city administrationto
discuss the removal of what Joe Waller and his SNCC
Paradise group called offensive and degrading to the Negro.
Then one day Joe and some of his followers were accused t*# vtt cvuUttfy tveet t 4ttbt4
2966 of ripping the mural from the wall of City Hall and
NW 47th St.
633-9995 marching through the downtown area carrying the mutilated MUHAMMAD'S MOSQUE No. 29
AND mural. After a brief altercation they were arrested,
placed in jail under a $15,500 bond. After several daysat
a preliminary hearing which was moved to Clearwaterto Hear the life giving teachings of the
Dugies Guest House forestall demonstrations by SNCC followers, bond was Honorable Elijah Muhammad
reduced to $950.00 and formal trial was set for sometime -
2941 NW 47th St. 634-3851 in January.As .
the assination of an Austrian archduke at Sara- Meetings:
jevo precipitated the First World War, Hitler's invasionof
SUNDAY
2:00 P. M.
Poland keyed the Second World War, the stoning of
There better earth than the
are no rooms on Wednesday and Friday 8:00 P. M.
British troops at Bunker Hill in Boston, leading to the ,
rooms you will find at DUGIE'S PARADISE. death of the Negro patriot Crispus Attuks precipitatedthe 5245 N. W. 7th AVENUE
Revolutionary War and the eventual armed overthrowof
Seeing is believing. The accommodationsyou'll the British crown, establishing the colonies as a free L.tt.n to the Radio Edition of "Mr. Muhammad Sp.alt."
receive, you will find only in thi s nation, this direct confrontation between the white power Sundayf, 5:30 A. M WFAB 990 on the Dial
brother. structure endowed Negro leaders and Joe Waller of SNCC 6:30 A. M WMIE 1140 on the Dial l

claiming to represent the Negro masses may be the spark Read MUHAMMAD SPEAKS Newspaper
Jamaica which will Initiate a showdown in the leadership ranksof
!Dugie Always a Friend.
the Negro, and might spread throughout the nationin
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director of the Economic level thatwouldmakethemeligible the department, Headley said. nine detectives who I,'" '.
Opportunity Program, told to enter Miami's model "It would destroy exactly were denied the sergeant's .'
City Manager Melvin Reeseon police academy. what they (the Negroes) are stripes, claim that their tenure :. 1
Tuesday that a federally One of the purposes of trying to do," Headley said. as detectives automaticallymade !\\ '
financed program to prepare the federally financed program "The city has tried to them eligible for the 1 ('
under-educated Negroes for was to open the forceto help them," said Reese promotion ins pi to of their ''itt i.j '4 r t '
the Miami Police Academy Negroes who had been "We set up special classes scores. They are appealing to tilt.. i
isn't getting any response. barred from the academy because -to help them pass the civil the Supreme Court to make the /
of the lark education, service promotion examina city give them the promotion.It :; .t:.." ,, .
He said that, rightly or But the program bogged down tions." {
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wrongly, Negroes believe that because they would not apply, The force has one Negro is felt that integrationof I" '
Negro policemen are discriminated said Weatherley."It lieutenant, and recently, the the Miami Police Depart- ,
against and are promoted first Negro policewoman has ment has pot helped Negro officers -
slower than white officers.He would appear," he assigned to the captain's of- lli1a, :,"t." iky \
emphasized that he had said, "that such efforts cannot 1['
no eviden ce whether this was succeed unless accom- ,' ? 1C I
true or not. panied by a change in the '
image ofthe police departmentin "
The charge was "without the Negro community." Phone 688-0921 \
fact,"Reese said,adding that TAa \
the city wants and needs Headley said that his de- 1
more Negro officers. partment is colorblind, and
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Police Chief Walter Head- officer considerations not
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"I couldn't even tell him Negroes are complainingthat a'.;
because we don't even list the nine Negro officerswho .- I
their race on their records have been working as de-
anymore," Headley said, tectives for more than ten Jack's MEN'S WEAR
"We just had to go through years should be given the
the files and pick them from rank of sergeant like other
SEE "MR. JACK"
photographs." detectives. Headley said he
would face court injunctions FOR
if he did because the men STYLES FOR ALL AGES rEno
His force now has 57 vacancies have failed repeatedly in com- Tb Very Latest In MUa's Fshl.s ... ', ... I
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said Headley, petitive exams for ser SUITS. HATS
of them SILK MOHAIR \
I would be happy if 50 .
geants.To
were filled by Negroes." ITALIAN. SHOU Hartman, under long-term contract to Univer-.
The city, in cooperationwith 944'NW 2nd Ave. Miami, Florida sal Studios, has been set by producer George Edwardsfor
the school board, starteda give special consideration a key appearance with Simone Signoret in "Gomes."
program last year to educate would wreck the civil A former New York fashion model, Miss Hortman most re-

cently appeared in Universal's "World Premiere: 'The

Girl Nobody Knew", for NBC-TV. She has also been
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i announces the COLSTON relocation M.D.of 4617 NW 22 Ave. HON. L. L. BROOKS, President 94Bk t I'': ;'

his office for the practice of f GEORGE P. HARTH, General Manager .
Miami Florida
general medicine to: ,
6825 NW 15th Avenue CHARLES A. LOCKHART, Public Relations Director .

Miami, Florida 33147 Phone 633-9345 9 .
Telephone: 691-0705

10-1:30 Office, Hours 5:30-8: Years on 20th Street -olS .If I am to enjoy a better life, others must live better too" L, L. Brooks. 'I

,1\i Closed Wednesday u. $9
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4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 27, 1967
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? 6 BILL McBRIDE
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H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher 1 1 Dade Negroes DanceWhile

GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor By Booker T. Hayes \ ., l ., .
WILLIAM W. McBRIDE, City Editor + \ 'f1 Brownsville'Smoulders
STANLEY I. SWEETING, Theatrical Editor > _

Member of the Notional Newspaper Publisher Association White parents who insist upon indoctrinating their 1.11"5-%: .. .
young with superiority and inferiority in regards to the .

SUBSCRIPTION RATES races are in for a rude awakening. This manner of explaining
The Dade County Negro to a large degree can be com-
ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 the difference between the two has servedits pared with the legendary character Nero who was com-
and as all things have served their useful
purpose oblivious to what was haooenlnir around him and
Entered at Second Clot Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post ness must be replaced. How then does the white parentof pletely fiddled the time while Rome was burning to ashes.
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8 1876 away
,
a teenager explain away the teachings that were a The Dade Negro Is not fiddling but music is InvolvedIn
part of their education? How do they explain that their his apparent failure to move ahead. He Is dandng
Office at 6530 NW 15th Ave. Phones 691.0421 691.0455
children are not superior at birth? How do they accountfor while badly needed dvic activity goes lagging and the

"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" the present state of affairs their children must acceptas Brownsville Community smoulders and looms more and

The NEGRO PRESS believes that America con best lead a way of life? How do they account for the genuine more with the passing of each day as a real powder keg
the world from racial and national antagonism when It accord which could easily explode and bring an abrupt end to
affection their feel for
young a new acquaintanceof -
may
to of his In the area of good race re
every man regardless race, creed or color his Dade's so called leadership
another The able offer
race? to
human and parents acceptableanswers
legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no man>4he lations.
Negro Press strives to help every man In the firm belief that to the above questions when they arise need Certainly this writer would never want to be guilty of

all men are hurt as long as anyone Is held back. have no fear. Those who fail.to offer the proper and acceptable attempting to bring discredit to any of our Negro organizations -
answers is setting the stage tor'a future rebellion but one only has to check the record to assert-

THE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK between parent and offspring.Over ain the fact that very few of organizations are makingany
noteworthy contributions toward the betterment of the
LET'S NOT FORGET the years we have stressed education as the Negro community.

most valuable asset we will ever possess. It is recog- From where I sit, the membership of our organizations -
Reading of the financial condition of ChUdren'
our Variety nized as the necessary ingredient for success, but in are pladng much too much emphasis on the sodal
Hospital In our daily should remind us of the
papers
all that we'are faced
our appraisal we seem to have forogtten it should be a aspect of community life. They agree
pledges we made. If, perchance, wecan help,now is
a good with complex problems and still have a long long
A offers have
many
time to do never ending process. degree proof you retained -
so, even though pledges were made on a long class and
In trek toward first citizenship
to our
time basis. enough of the subject matter to be considered an way go
much must be done on the part of the Negro himself -
Variety has contributed so much for the well-being of authority; but the learning process does not end here. most to be possessed with the
but unfortunately seem
humanity; let us hope that in some way or other this institution We continue to learn as we work and live. Even those attitude: "Let John do it" This is all well and good if

will be able to surmount its financial problems and I who acquire a speciality must keep their minds open to John could and would do It, But the Job calls for unity

continue administering care for our children both at home new and advanced methods in his or her profession.This of purpose and unity of action by the masses. It's too

and abroad. is the method we must employ in our mode of liv big for John to do all by himself. And furthermore John

dren's Mayor Chuck Month Hall has" proclaimed fund"Saved Variety Chil ing. Our ability to adjust to the changes around us is likes to.dance too. By the way just who is this fellow
Hospital drive and
signaling a reor-
ganization and refinancing of the hospital. our only way of determining if our education has been a John whom everyone seems to be depending upon but

Contributions can be mailed to Save Variety Children's continuing process. Those unable to accept the changescan never gets the job done.

Hospital 6125 S.W. 31st St., Miami be considered dropouts, they have literally missed One organization composed of the so called higher
the boat. echolon of the Negro community contributed only $25.00to
the United fund while spending In excess of $2,000 to

BIG BOLITA RAID Today's youth is interested only in the facts. They throw auditorium.And a fabulous. complimentary dance at the BayfrontPark

want straightforward answers to their questions, and
then there another whose member
was organization
Sheriff Allen Michell of Broward County wants the gamblers
the press and the members of his department to know vagueness will only produce more direct questions. In ship bragged long and loud about giving a high school
most cases they have reached their own answers. Their graduate a $100 scholarship (not enough to buy books
that he intends if it Is humanly possible to stamp out bouts I
and other unlawful gambling. questions offer their parents the opportunity to measure- for the courses she selected) and sponsored a magnificent

Last Friday night he staged a raid the county's most up. The answers given must duplicate the answers they complimentary dance the very next week at a cost of 15
massive In years. There were 130 deputies assisted by dty have reached. Parents who fail have lost a valuable times the amount of the so called scholarship.How .

police participating. The results were fruitful Seventeen portion of their parent-child relationship. They have unknowingly does this contribute to the betterment of the com- I
persons were arrested and set at liberty after posting bondsof created a void between them. munity? Is this really being your brother's keeper?
$3,000 each. Yes we can find the time, energy and money to do the I
The condition responsible for the longevity of the
The sheriff was recently acquitted on a charge of allowing barefoot, Spanish fly philly dog, Nassau rock monkey
superior theory in reference to whites over Negroes, Jerk,frug, seven cha cha andtheother
open gambling to operate in the county. Several of those step energy consum-
taken in this raid have been previously arrested. separation, no longer exist. These teachings with no ing dance rages, but can't seem to muster up enough time
basis will no longer suffice. Some of the discontent now and energy to attend PTA,dvic and other meetings designedfor
visible in our youth can be traced to the fallacies they community betterment

NEW: CITY HALL have found. They.feel they have been knowingly disil WHAT ABOUT BROWNSVILLE?

lusioned. They want an opportunity to evaluate on In the September 2, 1966 Issue of The Tunes this writer
Republicans planning construction of a $1.5 million attempted focus attention on the fact that recreational
their own. As proof of this, I'd like to offer a letter to
headquarters building on Capitol Hill. The Republican Na- the editor of the Killian High School paper by one of lities for Brownsville's 18,000 residents were almost non-
tional Committee has approved the proposal. The building extant We pointed the fact that some 411 public housing
the students and reprinted in the South Dade News:
is expected to be ready for In 1969.
occupancy units were being rushed to completion In tis already over
Included In this building will be office space for the Republican Dear Editor: crowded area to house an additional 3,000 persons who

Congressional Campaign Committee and other Parents are alarmed at the present racial discord are being displaced by the expressway and Urban Renewal -

affiliated GOP groups. caused by school integration and say "we must move projects and no action had been taken to provide

Susie to another school." The student body on a whole adequate recreational facilities for this multitude of people.We .

Miami's City Commission is looking toward building does not object to integration in schools.If also sounded a call for swimming pool for the residentsof

a downtown City Hall. Meanwhile they have approved expenditure parents would leave their children' along to workon this area.
As a result of our articles and through the efforts of
of $17,000 for relocation of their
meeting room on their own problems, unfavorable situations would not
Dinner Key where their personnel office and those of the County Commissioner Walter O'Malley the superstructureof
arise. Many children do not have the same convictionsas
the
dty manager and dty clerk are located. various agencies Dade County affecting the Browns-
their parents. ville area met on November 13, 1966 a handful of sup-
Most parents will not realize that junior is growingup posedly Interested Negroes for the supposed purpose of

and can take care of many of his problems himself. tackling and working out solutions to the many complex
MIAMI BEACH WANTS CONVENTIONFlorida problems fadng the Brownsville community.This .
Paul
Benners Is one Instance where nothing came from sitting
wants the National Conventions Republicanand around the much talked about coference table with dty
Democratic to be held at Miami Leach. and county officials. After the use of thousands of wordswe
Mayor Elliott Roosevelt said on Monday that$1 million found ourselves In the same situation: No Immediate
each would be offered for their coming in 1968. I Phil' Ossofer I corrective action.

We heard arepresentativefrom the sherrifs departmenttell
us that there would be no more officers assigned the

INCREASE SOCIAL SECURITY I One of the fallacies of"Whiten Even a supertlcial study of area even with the additional 3,000 people moving In -
the Negro in American history No money In the budget During this meeting Art Peavy
President Johnson's Is that the
thinkiug
for
proposal an increase in Sodal Metro
Recreation and Parks
Security has no doubt been read with interest and approval words "Negro" and"Crimen will dispel this fallacy.In admitted that Department Director readily
recreational facilities for
my own personal opinion, this already overcrowded
by those receiving these benefits the biggest in 30 years. are synonymous; community almost non-exlstant
The President said It would take 1.4 million older American that the ever-growing rate the greatest American who When reminded that
out of poverty this; year. of crime coincides with the ever lived was George Wash playgrounds, parks and swimming
The price would be paid both by extending the amountof growth of Negro populationin ington Carver. Dr. Carver, pools considerable were Intregal Importance parts In of residential areas and are of

Income on which Sodal Security taxes are levied and by the large cities. a Christ-like man served as he improving living environments;
raising the tax rate. He also asked Congress to raise from Crime was rampant in a channel for God In bring funds wholeheartedly nor the land agreed butvery simply stated that neither
were available for this
$1,500 to $1,680 the amount of income redplenU may earn our dties even before slavery ing his brethren black and this community.
without losing the benefits. was abolished. Here is white, the treasures of chem the Certainly once two fisted writer Brownsville expected a fight on this matter from

an example. one of many istry. Other great Americanswere Improvement association;
concerning Washington Alain Locke the first an organization that through the years has fought hard
and long for the betterment and well being of their
D.C. where the Negro Rhodes scholar and com
RICH BUT POOR Negro population -
munity. But
surprisingly enough, we have heard nothng
Is in the majority, and Frederick Douglass who incidentally -
on this matter from the
Last Thursday Dr. Walter Rosenbllth a noted scientist where crime is at an all-time is being honoredby Brownsville residents since the

and professor of communications in biophysics at Mas- high. In 1858, when the Ne- having his likeness onthe meeting.Have
sachusetts Institute of Technology said that America Is gro residents of our Capitol new 25$ stamp. He was a riot torn we cities forgotten around Watts Chicago Harlem and other
nationally rich but locally poor. He called upon science city were still enslaved a self trained ex slave who after the country. In all of these dries
the
citizens and various levels of government to help filter the Senate committee Investigating rose to serve his country as first flareups that brought dlscretid to all, one of the
nations' wealth to a community level. the dry's rising crime a U. S. Marshall as the U.S. additional things recreational done to reconcile facilities.the situation was to provide

rate reported, "Riot and Ambassador to Haiti and as
"We can ride at supersonic speed from the East Coastto bloodshed are of daily oc- the Recorder of Deeds In Surely we can see that the overcrowding of this com-
the West," said Dr. Rosenblith, "but a Negro in Calif currence. Innocent and un- Washington.Both j I munity with out providing proper recreational facilities
ornia's Watts section musttakethreebusestoget from hometo offending persons are shot crime and Inferiority I tends to add considerably to the explosive nature of this
a hospital"One situation.
stabbed, and otherwise .(it It exists) are a mat- I
shamefully maltreated and ter of economics, not a matter From where I sit I again ask the question: "Why wait
of the reasons for this dilemma is that scientists have. not infrequently the offender of skin color. Education 'until after discredit and misery is brought to our All

never concerned themselves with local problem, said Dr. is not even arrested. So we dispels fallacies. When Ne- i j American Dade County? Brownsville community action
RosenblithHe see, crime In the streets Is gro history becomes a part Is needed now before it's too late. Certainly this writer is

recommended nothing new, nor is it eth- of our school curriculum, not attempting to push the panic button but cant help
trial-and-errorexperimentationsindty of but t be fearful of what can and probably will
and regional planning education and health services. nic in nature. and all become aware the happen
Another "White" fallacy accomplishments the ability unless immediate corrective action Is taken in this com-

Dr. Rosenblith, who was in Miami on behalf of Israel's Is that which relegates the and the great destiny nf the munity.Mr. .
Wdzman Institute of Science said the Jewish research cen- Negro to a status of inferiority Negro as a first-class citizen and Mrs. Dade County Negro, and Dade County
ter Is one of the few such Institutes concerned with the effecta as one who does not these "white" fallacies will organizations: please be reminded that anything that af
new sdentiflc advance might have on environmental have the capacity for knowledge !- disappear, even as darkness fects one Negro community has a bearing on the overall
conditions. as does the white man. disappears before light. Negro Community. Brownsville is your problem.
Whether you want to believe It or not It can happen here.


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THC MIAMI TIMES Friday, January 27, 1967 5 '
LECTURE ONRETARDED
CHILDREN

AT DADE FEDERAL
l
The Dade County Association
for Retarded children
invites the community to at- is'P //I Ito
tend its January meeting to
hear Mrs. Marilyn Segal, au-
Here for a visit with his father, Mr. Fred Deveaux: thor of "Run Away, Little
is Jerad Deveaux of New York City. Girl," feature story in Nov.
Reader's Digest, at Dade Fe-
Doris, Rooker of Baltimore is visiting her mother, deral Bank Building 5800 NW
Mrs. Elizabeth Telly. 7th Jan.Ave.26. 8 p.m., Thursday, .

Millions read about Debbie
Edith (North) wars flew down to Miami to escapeD. Segal and her gallant familyin
C.'s icy winter. She's the houseguest of her brother, November Reader's Digest.
Now Dade County Associationfor
C. C. North. '"
Retarded Children has arranged -
for everyone Interestedin r
Friends of Willie Mae (Birdie) Wake joined her in the exceptional child to A 7 :
the housewarming of her new home on Sunday afternoon. meet Debbie's mother in per- :,:
son. This is an opportumtyto
Rev. P. S. Brown officiated and was assisted by Pre- learn more about the methods
siding Elder Roberts and Rev. Fred Sneed. developed at the Institutesfor
Achievement of Human Po-

Among others present were Mrs. Evelyn Johnson bie tential has in made Philadelphia.gratifying Deb-phy-
and daughters, Rosalyn and Valerie, Mattie Simpson, sical and intellectual progesss. : -I
Altemese Lumpkin, Ethel Willis, Gladys Grant, Adlen

Hurst, Rose Munlin, Mrs. Minnie Davis, Wesley Culver, "CAST" PARTYMrs. l L.... \1
Alma Stevens and children, Patricia and Michael, Na Carlos T. McRae of _;_' mod. .-
thaniel Norwood and son, Nat Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Eddie 1942 NW 55th St. was surprised PUBLISHERS' WIVES ATTEND "FIRST EDITION" BREAKFAST'Mrs. I!
Hillman, Ernest Chapman, Bertha Ayers, Clarice Flem- on Saturday evening bya 1
ing and Junious Nivens. group of friends who came Ada C. Franklin, publisher of the K. C. Call, Mrs. John Sengstacke, Mrs.
by to wish her well and autograph Inez Kaiser and Mrs. John Murphy III chat informally about mutual interests after

Claranell McKenzie returned from a vacation in since a the fishing cast she accident is wearing on having enjoyed a delicious "First Edition" breakfast as guests of the Pillsbury

Nassau in time to host a birthday party for her mother, Nov. 21st. The informal gathering Company, Minneapolis, Minnesota. The beautiful Culfs'tream/ Room of the Jordan-
Mrs. Florie McKenzie on Monday evening.It was really a party. Marsh Department Store overlooking the Biscayne Bay provided a very elegan
_.,. "" Mrs. Velma Walker of New setting for the occasion. The splendor of the decor was overshadowed only by the
seems to be the sea- Wise York of City Miami and served Mrs. Clifford hos- delectable meal and the splendid variety Pillsbury new hot breads. The delighted I
son of awards for Ruth N. 0/: tesses. Gifts were presentedto as guests also enjoyed spring fashions, sample of perfume and a coffee mug as a reminder ,
Polite. This dedicated per- ) Mrs. McRae and daughter, of the occasion. Approximately 50 publishers' wives and Miamians attend
son is truly deserving in all t Loraine Kay. Mrs. McRae is ed the affair.
aspects of community life. ''_ one of the chic operators at
Here's a list of the awards \ '" '("'" ": \{ Theatrical Beauty Salon.

she has received: (1) Ruth '-' ,. .'. ':..''',,,,.i: reception at the home of thobride's
mother, Mrs. Minnie
'
was honored with a plaqueby 4. ,
k McGhow.
the Miami AMICAE for ,'" .TiL.!,",,,..IJi, : WEDDING The bride is an Eastern
services rendered to both Airlines Reservations Clerk.
local, regional and national AMICAE affairs; (2) Rinky- Reginald Bryan and Ber- The groom, a Miami Dade Jr.
dink of the year, for dedicated services to her community ]nestme McOhow were joined College graduate is presently -
in matrimony on Jan. 14th at awaiting an assignment from
; (3) Poinsetta Bridge Club President's Award and ,the Hallandale parsonage of the United States Air Force.
((4) Egellocs 1966 award for extended services to the 1 Rev. P. S. Brown. He is the son of Josephine
club and the community. Congratulations Ruth! Friends joined the celebra- Bryan Carr, a nurse at Cedarsof
tion on 'Saturday night at a Lebanon.

Marc Reynolds ("Dee" Bethel's hubby) of New
York City is the houseguest of his sister-in-law, Va-
leria Kemp. Houseguesting with Georglanna Johnson is her
aunt, Mrs. Theresa Tulloh of Schenectady. x

Here for a brief stay with her brothers, C. C. North, ,.'\

Edythe Wars is busy checking out last details of our Friends of Ruth, Johnson ,Culmer were saddened .. :,:', '. .... ."" (1
to by her sudden death. She was a teacher at
trip Jamaica.Mr. B. T. Wash-
On Saturday evening, January 7, Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeM. 'i
ington High School for 25 years. To the bereaved family Brunt celebrated 25 years of marriage with a Silver
D. A. Julius of the Sunlight Beauty School is we extend our sympathy. Anniversary party at their beautiful and spacious homein 'j
serving as host and travel consultant to the executive i Opa-locka. The Brunts have been residents of Greater -
committee meeting of the National Beauticians League, Visiting teacher counselors and visiting teachersmet Miami for 19 years and are active in civic and religious -
Inc. meeting at the beautiful Sheraton-Kingston Hotelin today at the South Florida State Hospital. circles. The hostess was beautifully attired in a
Kingston, Jamaica, January 26-31. Dr. Katie Wick- long silver and white gown with silver accessories. A
ham, presiding. Get ,well wishes to Kathleen Cooper at Mt. Sinai; sumptuous repast was enjoyed by all the well wishing
William Adderly at Jackson; Elizabeth Telly at home j friends in attendance.
Airman First Class Carlos E. Aybar and family are and Rozina Bethel at Baptist.

on for a month's vacation with his mother, Mrs. Marie '
(Sears) Aybar andhis grandmother, Mrs. Drucilla Sears. Birthday greetings to Michelle Carey, Jan. 25. ALL-RITE, INDUSTRIES' : .:;
Carlos is stationed at Laughlin Air Face Base, Texas.
Pictures of New Orleans jazz musicians are being
Among those attending the state convention of the exhibited at the Miami Public Library this month. The rr- NOTICE
Council of Teachers of Exceptional Children at the photographs are from the collection of Forrest Jack
Everglades Hotel last week were Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Shirley, former photographic consultant to the Archivesof I \/ WE CARRY A \

Green, Mrs. Thomasena Greene and Mrs. Mamie B. Hen- New Orleans Jazz at Tulane University.The F COMPLETE LINE OF
derson of Palatka, and Mrs. Ruth N. Polite, Miami. I
Pall Br rs Society of America No. 1 and WALL TO WALL

Mrs. James R. (Fran) Chambers, Miami Jackson, Pall Beares No. 15 gave the president a surprise ap- !!'" / CARPETINGCARPET
and Halsey Gray, Miami Northwestern, were among the preciation party Thursday night, Jan. 19 at the home of 14 -YOUR
seventeen guidance counselors who flew to Colorado Mrs. Annie McDonald. A wonderful time was had by all. ROOMS FOR AS
Springs Thursday and back Saturday on a C131A Con- {
vair. The educators were guests of the Air Force Academy Miss Naomi L. Johnson and Leslie Miller were LITTLE AS
to tour the 17,900 acre campus near Colorado joined in holy matrimony last Sunday afternoon at Tem- Mrs. Ada Lee, $5.00 EACH WEEK.
springs and learn about the Academy's program.Thanks ple Baptist Church, Rev. L. A. Thompson, officiated.The Exec. Asst.
,Gray for recapturing the hat. bride was given in marriage by her uncle, Del-
bon Earl Johnson.Her sister, Leona Johnson, was maid rn.;: :: 'PHONE 633-0121 ": ). r..j
Members of the Episcopal Church of the Incarnation of honor, and Mr. Ormond Branchard was best man. '!I

invite you and your friends to join them for the
Mardi Gras gala at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel, Friday, In town last week for the Publishers Mid-Winter cfo&sTfaMfc ;
Feb. 3. workshop were Truman Gibson, Leonard Evans from JUAN L
l Chicago, and John, Procope and George (Pepsi-Cola) *
Teenagers are invited to the P.B.O. Hall, 17th Ave. Brown from New York. t. :
and 45th St., February 4, 7:30 p.m.-10:30 p.m. \ .
On Friday, fan. 13, relatives and friends gatheredat 1'
Forsaking Cleveland's ice and show, Mr. and Mrs. the home of Miss Gladys B. Brown (Orchard Villa ,..1
James Wilson are in Miami for a month of sun and surf 'schoolmarm) and surprised her with a birthday party. It "m1\
andother varied activities of our city. was an enjoyable evening for all who attended.Mrs. ::


Zetas celebrated Founder's Day on,Sunday with Olive Me Ken a e and Grandson Gerald Knightof ; .,150 "
worship at St. James AME Church, followed by fellow- < West Hollywood, Fla., has left for Rome, Italy to $, ;.J ..!.\' .
ship and dinner atScandiaHouse,86th St. and Biscayne visit her son, Stan McKenzie, the former basketballstar : ,
Boulevard. Ruth Polite was speaker. Among those worshipping I of Northwestern and NYU. Stan is playing professional ;:'!., ; ;:1: il\\\\t\u\ \ \10 1 ut f:.-' I
and dining were the chapters from Ft. Lauder- basketball in Italy. They will be gone for two .:: S\1\ a 6-- ,. n

dale and West Palm Beach, including all Amicae and weeks. 1l.. ll" ,. TnasO,,'a"" ,
; l\r !
'rr
Amicette
groups.Congratulations fltl SNtrs
.mew
THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK:: -1\-' ttetsl
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to Marian Dean who was honoredby 'It- tJt,
'Ill'
the Miami JAYCEES Tuesday night at the Holiday 1 Happiness is perfume you cannot pour on others with i 1 r' II" Trsr.t kts'" tfi '
Inn as one of the outstanding young educators of the I ,', 0&\\
I \ '" .
community. 1 PROGRAM DATES: I i.rk f :,I'' ,I 53\ aftUS\ \, {
WEDDING BELLS Blanche Johnson and Mr. I '.',:. \\\ tt\ t;), 5 rf ,
Oliver Gross will be married on Saturday, February 18 at ]February American Heart Month t S'.011
Greater Bethel AME Church. Blanche is the daughter of 1 February 2- Ground Hog Day jj.f. -.., S kiss td/...$97.s0
1 February 8 -. Boy Scout Birthday *.. ""hi' tl4ae.at
Mrs. Othello (Armeta) Johnson and the late, Othello W, Ash Wednesday M : : ? I

Johnson, Sr.
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IatupflitsIslitsis>itititilftiiuittititaalitu up' Round About Our Boys in the I



HIIGHIsJliiiTin I Talk Armed Forces l -

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MiiMMii MM MiMiMHiiiiiiif : BY JIMMY "SCOOP" BETHEL

Gwendolyn Lavern Ross ..r St
WHAT'S NEW Fern Marja Eckman's new book "The '
Make a date to see the Dade County Youth Pair during Furious Passage of James Baldwin"-a collective itiern,

its six-day stay on the grounds at North Kendal Former USA First Lady Jackie Kennedy settled
Drive, West of Dadeland. Teens will exhibit everythingfrom her dispute over publication of William Manchester'sbook
fashion and farm animals to food and frolic. 16 few
sesss "The Death of a President, Mon. Jan. a

minutes before trial was due. The agreement? Book is
Richmond Heights bus riders can now transfer to and
from the South Miami bus for a nickel fare instead ofa cut Lurleen Wallace (Mrs. George Wallace) down in
quarter. Students having bus cards are not charged for history. She's Alabama's first lady governor. Nancy
changing ones. Sinatra (Frankie's lil girl) and photographer Ron Joy
sesss busted up? "What becomes of the Broken Hearted?" .

Results of the Basketball Tournament played at Rich New nite club on Grand Bahama Island to be called

mond Park on January 21 were us.follows: the "Green Beret" Yankee Bill Robinson (Negro
First place: Carver Junior High School Hill Hospital for
outfielder and former Brave) at Lenox
Second place: Opa Lock Recreation Group
removal of a bone chip in his right throwing arm .
Third place: Richmond Heights Junior High School
Teens can now enlist In ceramics classes on Tuesdaysand Rocky Marciano (former retired undefeated champ) feel
Wednesday nights at 7:30: on Richmond Park. that Ernie Terrell and a slick left hand could upset
sesss Clay the champ Sammy Davis (the greatest enter- Airman Johnny L. VickersJr. Airman Rodney P. Smith,
"Wedding bells" will ring for four teen couples In a tainer) the top money maker in show business. ., son of Mr. and Mrs. JohnL. son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold T.
mock ceremony at 3 p.m., on Sunday, January 29, at Vickers of 1830 NW 47th Smith of 14420 Harrison St.,
has been assigned to has been selected for trainingat
Bethel Baptist Church.A and Clennon Terrace,
FLORIDIANS AND CHATTER Mr. Mrs.
"reception will follow on the church grounds.The Pope AFB, N. C., after completing Amarillo AFB Tex., as an
Lattimore returned to Trenton New Jersey from Miami, Air Force basictraining. Air Force aircraft mainte-
play wedding is being produced by the Teenage
where they were married and honeymooned. Clennon isa The airman, a 1966 graduate nance specialist.
Commission of Bethel. The donation Is cents.
twenty-five The airman, a 1966 -
'e'sesse former Miamian and the bride (formerly Annie Ruth of Miami Northwestern graduate
Lewis) Alabamian Willie Whitlock, Brooklyn Hos- Senior High School, will be of Mays High School,
Youth at Second Baptist Church attended the Youth trained the vehicle recently completed basic
on job as
Conference which convened at Dania on Sunday, Jan- pital male nurses aid admitting his great love for his maintenance specialist with training at Lackland AFB,
uary 22. girlfriend (Miami lassie) Gwendolyn Johnson of 1445 the Tactical Air 'Command. Tex.
.* * e. NW 1st Place. His intentions sound honorable and he

Senior Joy Gray held an informal get-together for her resides at 1288 St. Johns Place, Brooklyn Next 1,[..,', ....{.-:; f--ti1f'j _,,1"1. : "r.'

friends in the Cray's newly added family room, on Jan- week's column--picture stores of the Sam and Dave fan- ..". ,' r

uary 20. clubs in the Northeast USA. ,: It 'I'f' "

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parents "passing. notices. :
JUNIOR HIGH Our emphasis will be on the r J.. ii',

Martin Rubinstein, principal ,majority of our students who 4I;*:
realize the great importanceof ,_
Glenda Harris, reporter ,
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Nothing breeds success as changing society.Our .. ,
does more success. Allapattah "
Junior High School is Allapattah-Liberty city \ J
going all out to prove this community has every right to I
axiom. We feel that positive be proud of the many, many '
thinin will engender eateraspirati youngsters who will be receiving r. '1- >
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ons on the part of our citations and passing
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students. notices for the coming mark ,
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The last six weeks marking ing period. Parents shouldbe ,_- ..-' s f r ,
period found us busily on the look out for these Annie Ruth Zeolar Mary .,' ".. A/2C Sandra P. Holland
mailing to parents over 200 letterst this week. v,' I ; ,;.. 2.a. spent the holidays with her
honor roll citations. Of coursewe MRS. ZEOLAR CLANTON GOSPEL SINGER- Our First JI .. family and friends. she is the
are very proud of these students of the Week. fame of daughter of the late Mr.Wilfred
and hope that many Lady Mrs. Clanton gained as one .- -. .. Holland and Mrs. Altheria I n-
more will Join their ranks at t CALLING ALLGRADUATES the original Gospel Choraliars She sings as a singlenow. jtJ graham and the granddaughter

the period.close of the present marking '. OF She sings at a standing ovation at the Rev. Atkinson *''V/# of Mr. and Mrs Ernest

Church few where first heard Holland. Airman Holland is
Instead of the usual failure'BTtY' Baptist a Sundays ago, I a
notices which are customarilysent her at 398 Gates Ave., Brooklyn. She was the wife of A/3C Birdie Jenkins, dental technician assistant at
home at the end of the All graduates of BookerT. the late Rev.Clanton. founder of the New Mt. Zion Bap- daughter of Mrs. Rosetta also Carswell AFB, Texas. she is
a member of the
fourth week in a six weeks Washington High Schoolare tist Church. Her sister is Mrs. Evelyn Richardson of st. Jenkins of 1611 NW 32nd St., ball volley-
team and has received
is in the United States
requested to attend the Cloud Florida who is prop of the famous "Bill's Ta- Air various honorable
Force at Ft. Benjamin Harri- recommen-
regular meeting of the BTW
MIAMI TIMESADS" Alumni Association on Tues- vern." Her very good friend is Mrs. Mary Atkins of 15 son Air Force base in Indiana- dations. A 1965 graduate of

day, January 31 at 8 p.m. in W. 123rd St. NYC-her traveling companion. polis, Indiana, where she Is Booker T. Washington.
Room 112. Plans for reunionand attending school as adminis-
Mtpp, .... the Phasing Out of BTW MUSIC SURVEY AND TEEN CHATTER James Carr'snew trative specialist.Miss TELL
OURADVERTISERS
will be on the agenda. Clas- song hit is a close sound alike "At the Dark End
BRIHG urgedto ses of 'be 57, '47 and '37 are of the Street" to Sam and Dave's "I have Everything I graduate of Jenkins Northwestern is a 1959 Senior I
present.
Need" Patti La Belle and the Blue Bells pushing High School in Miami YOU SAW IT IN THE i

RESULTS George campbell is presi- Wilson Pickett's "Mustang Sally" real tough at the TIMES
dent and Vemeka Silva is Apolla this week. They moved up from second place to
-4IIU 11 1 a. secretary.
star billing during week engagement. Patti is somethingelse

The Four Tops "Standing in the Shadows of
Love" dedicated to Louise Lavender of 2112 NW 68th ill

The (Nile Restaurant Terr., Liberty City. Don Gardiner's "I want to Know 1

where did our love go" to Dorothy Williams and George NO $HONG

EXOTIC ORIENTAL & OCCIDENTAL CUISINE Francis of Trenton, N. J. Airman Reggie Thomasand DRIVE IN THEATRE
(Known from Coast to Coast) Deloris Roker we dedicate Aaron Neville's "Tell

4300 Seventh Avenue Miami Florida Like It is" Reggie and Deloris a single item now.
HOME OFt BARBECUED LAMB & CHICKEN The Five Stairstep's "she's
Danger, a stranger" to li7L7
HALAAL (KOSHER) / /
BREAKFAST LUNCHEON DINNER Ardella Taylor, that Perrine, Fla. beauty of Florida

We cat.r your private functions A&M. CUNXWK.DO .
Try Our World Famous Bean Pie and Akbar Coffee NOW THE

BERNARD X., PROPRIETOR
ASTOUNDINGTRUTH

YOU NEED HELP? HERE'S YOUR CHANCE OF
A LIFETIME. SEE:


You May Get Immediate Rev. Milton Davage ABOUT ts :


Relief If You Suffer From of Baltimore, Md.


Spasmodic Asthma Backaches Hundr.ds of my Florida friends hove been Helped week.
ty for many years. Don't wait, start living now. Get k
rid of that corssed condition, unnatural I Illness and 1
NervousnessImpotence Skin Disease other big probl.ms. This great man of God will help
you. I hove everything for good luck. Blessed candles,
Frigidity holy oils, crosses, lucky hands, special we.kend
blessings, etc. For three days only, I will be at the
Bedwetting Stammering SIR JOHN HOTEL, 276 NW 6th ST., Friday, Sat. &
Sun., Jan. 27, 28 and 29. Hours from 4 to 8 p.m.See
Smoking Alcoholism me and have the things you want In life. ? AND THE19WI


Menstrual Irregularity Speech Disorders PHONE: 373-3381

Fears Migraine Headaches REV. MILTON DAVAGE

HOME OFFICE OF
Obesity 313W.MOSHERST.

And many other Mental and Functional dis- BALTIMORE, MARYLAND
Phone Area Code: 301669.7572
orders.

Home Visits by Appointment Will be in Key West Florida Tuesday and Wed.

635-4540 nesdoy. For information contact Mrs. Bloneva

Quintana, 206 Olivia Street.
Mr. Jones, Licensed Practictioner
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By Stanley "Sweets" Sweeting

LINE-0-TYPE

THE LITTLE RED BOOK: Gwendolyn Howard Is the
inspiration behind that 22-day "go now, pay latjer" tour
of Africa and Europe that begins July 20 and end Aug. 10.
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The Miami Chapter of National Association Mrs. Vented Marshall Rut-
of Negro Business and Professional ledge, a product of Miami
Women's Club is sponsoring the tour that Northwestern Senior High I
co""3 Ghana Liberia Ivory Coast, Italy, School is the only Negro saleswoman 7 'tR i
Switzerland, Germany, Holland and Eng- in the field of alumnl- r
land. Henderson Travel Service of Atlanta num products.She 1
t+"NN and North's Travel Bureau of Our Town is employed by Style-
are travel arrangements connisseurs for the View products where she 1
started out as an assembly
tour. .Dissension running high among woman. ,
parishioners and parish of Saint Agnes. 1l
Wanna know the new members of the Ves- r l
MARDI- GRAS 1I
-, try Board? Elected Jan. 12 were Charles
"SWEETS" Delancy, Levi Johnson, Calvin McKinney, FESTIVAL DANCE
Elston Davis, Lt. Leroy Smith William Hannah, William
Russell, Alfred Strachan s, Shedrick Gilbert* the Members Incarnation of the will Church sponsor of I

their Fourth Annual Mardi-Gras
NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Pretty nurses and orange Festival Dance in the Starlight
juice are added Incentives to Metro blood donors who join Room of the BlscayneTerrace
the march next month to renew their membership in the Hotel on February 3,at 9 p.m.
Metro-Dade Employees Blood Bank. Contributing dates Prizes galore and trophieswill "
for the drive which is part of the John Elliott mood be presented. Door prize r y.z 1
Bank are Feb. 15-16. Mrs. Maud Prescod's hubby will be a Trip to Nassau, Ba-
died Dec 31 in NYC, but due to a grave diggers strike, hamas. t k kL I II
his body has not yet been interred. He was the dad of
Helena Knowles of California Ismay Prescod of Ger- START WORK TODAY!
many and Cyril Prescod of Harlem-all former Miamians ; !IflA
. Trumpet man Earl Finley, felled by bullets a coupleof A Public Service Over
months ago, is rounding out as many months in JMHa 20 Years I1
bedded patient. There's a toss-up vote at Mount Live in Molds
Zion to build another church. Should run somewhere Cooks Busboys
around 250 grand. Dishwasher Porters I
s5- Cot Station Drivers Student director, Ronald Fayad, left, shows the cast of"Constantinople Smith"whaf I
SALT WATER TAFFY: Retired Afro-American Insurance Hotel We &AppreciateYour Horn Maids he wants. The actors for the Miami-Dade Junior College North Pen Players

agent Percy (Admiral) Styles can be reached at Business production are Charles Williams' of 80NW 50th, Street, second from left, Marilyn Gu-
Cedars of Lebanon hosp. .An you might ask about lotty and Mike Routenberg. The play will be one of the student-directed
his madam, too, for 'she's also ailing. .Former city A.L comedies in "3 R to be presented Feb. W at the Playhouse one-act 11380
9.8392
r-a ,
of Miami patrolman and booking officer Orange Hayesa NW 27th A9nU Curtain ttm9lLBi13 P'm' Admission for adults Is $1.50 and
purchasing agent for EOPI. .FOUND: If Robert E. 75*. For reervof ons the Pen Playhouse 685-4357.' students -
,
53.4 H. Miami Ave|
Hardy would go to 1104 NW 3 Avenue and identify him
self, he can retrieve his lost bank book, found in the vi-
cinity of 55th Terrace. Account No. 7080 and taken out j squaw is the former Willie Arthur Mays, was discharged
with Roosevelt Savings and Loan. Sarah Vaughn at from Baptist after two weeks confinement .Miniskirts
Fort Lauderdale's Chateau Madrid. Brock Peters at *to rise higher this '67. Harlem Registered Nurse PROTCCY YOUR FURNITURE
the Diplomat's Tack Room.. Look for Capt Montez Merea Sweeting still wagging about that Miami vacation t WITHOUT HIDING ITS BEAUTY
G Martin Jr. to arrive home from Vietnam around Jan. 'spent in Opa Loeka ,during, the Xmas and New Year's t o c CUSTOM MADEySg
31. The war hero is the soldier-hubby of Marda John- ]holidays as guest of the Leo Armbristers. That's it, PLASTIC FURNITURE
son of Dunbar Elementary. The couple, with daughters J brother, from your one-man-newspaper, who knows everybody '
Tanya and Verne will migrate to Ft Belvoir, Va. for and everybody's racket, but who wants to congratulate SLIP COVERS
permanent residence. St Veronica's Guild of Church of Transfigurationfor C CRYSTAL CtlAI ,
e .An eauai w
* * ** : that Friday night sale at Minnie Dismucke's Opa Locka e ION IAITIN l ve j'
TilE WEEK'S WASH: The Theodore (Emily) Harris' ;home that bourht out an overwhelming throng. WM UAIANTIID MfllTAMTjWIT S Jfl-, I

now have a quartert (2 boys, 2 girls) since the arrivalof j5 oto+ ots
baby Janice two weeks ago. Delores Bethel-Rey en's'-Sousa'o, f ., ,.". cMM
nolds' ex, Marc, down from Hectic Harlem to spend his |INIfUTIII AMI LI J > B W
Phone NA 1.7203 # Notary Public e Lucerne Fill IITIMATIS !
vacation with Sistersinlaw Elizabeth Bethune and Valerie urn' ,,
Kemp. Hialeah gendarmes taking Miami Civil Service e (II H VINTI* SPECIALIZING ., LeAr
exams. More pay, they say. .. Sign of Howard: John e rm niiiM SLIP IN PLASTIC COVERS NIGHT oR
son Restaurant marquee: "Happiness is a' $1.19 Fish EXCLUSIVELY '
Fry". City government workers labeling lunch wagon / STANLEY SWEETINGAND
caterers "ptomaine lunches". Dizzy Jones, the band House ol Gretchen 314 5082
leader-crooner, sporting short-shorts Continentals way ASSOCIATES
up above the ankles. Coral Gables, Miami Beach # PUBLIC SERVICEPublic Formerly Crete hen.NichoUt Plastic Covers
and Miami Springs K-9 police training their pups along
with City of Miami recruits Burile Mitchell is bed-
ded at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Relations Consultant \
* * Theatrical Editor The Miami Times
STUFF AND SUCH: Paraphrasing a Blurb from Herb: Spend An Evening
Thirsty days hath September, April, June and Stockade Withn
Members. Retired Dee Cee Government Employee 16351 NW 18th Place (Bunch Park) Miami, Florida
Edythe Wars down from the Nation's Capitol for a three-
weeks staywith her brother, C. C. North. Recommended -
: Food at Waverly. Inn Motel, deep down near Pan-
Am Drive. Cusine and atmosphere terrif. Tanny LOU
Dean getting 'Hello Mayor' from passerby while Miami
Mayor RKH, in hearing distance, mistakes the salute KNIGHT BEATUnder ____
for him. .Deputy Constable James Simmons getting
imilies from the. female flock. Did Jimmie (Scoop) New Management RAW1S '
Bethel hit town the other sundown? If he did I missed

him. But, if he says so, I'll come up and see him again Opening Friday JAN 27
sometime. He's Miami's greatest Ambassador for enter- ,

taining hometown guests in Harlemanla. Golden Hits of Yesteryear CAPITOL
s..Ss * *
SWEETS TREATS: Holiday greeting cards continue to Featuring the Boss of the BluesBig RECORDING ARTIST

pour in: Mrs. Sheridan and Mother Sue; Leola Griffin
and Family; The Rev. Elisha S. Clarke Jr., Mrs. Clarke, Joe Turner
Shelia, Elisha III, Alison; Jimmie and Tensie Lucas; IN CONCERT
Charles and Edythe Wars; Yvonne Burney; Mrs. May-
belle Edwards; Stanley H. Wolff; The Reeves Janie, Corina Flip, Flop & Fly Honey Hush

Garth, Rachel, Garth Jr.; Matron Velma (Flo) LaBelle; Midnight Special Saturday Jan. 28
The Allan Marglois; Dr. Irene G. Pratt; Rev. HES Ree- ,
ves; Willie and Martha Lamarr; Martha and Arthur With
Pen a E. J. Hulkenberg; Marie and Bud Werner; Willie
;
: 9 Piece 9:00: P.M. ONE PERFORMANCE ONLY
'
Lee, Daniel and Cedric; The Pittmans Eddie Lee and hank WilliamsStarring "
Emily; The DaValts; Bernice, Lona, Sandra Adrian Bethel; Rocketeers ; Dinner Key AuditoriumAdvance
Cyril D. Roberts Sr.; J. Mark Stanley Jr. and Roger G. :' "
Helm; JESCA News; The Hollands Capt. Sherman, LITTLE BEAVER : Adults $3.00 Students $2.50At
Evelyn, Dutch, Mike; Eunice and Brenville Roberts; Hazel
Louise Symonette; Mr. & Mrs. Harry Lawrence; Chief GIGi & Till Door: Adults $3.50 Students $2.50
Walter Headley; Mrs. Henrietta and Anna Grace Sweet
ing; Mary Kemp; Sam Henley; Delores Bethel; GenevaLawrenceDozier "Many Guest. Stars ',' TICKETS ON SALE AT:
; Lenny Kucas. I IL' Island Club, Downtown Alfie'i, Miami Beach
5 5 5 5 5 5 ': .'. :,,. MC F .. .,"''". .I I Mew Frontier, Liberty City Bookworm, Coral< l Gables
rom
MIAMI MUSINGS: The Coley (Inel) Williams Jr. ".,'f'I' : I Harlem. Gardens, Opa-locka Record Museum. South Miami.
tagged their new arrival Dortha, born Jan. 15 at Jackson : '
Laura BB Graham's J ,:. WMBM
Memorial Hospital ( ) spouse ..,. ;' Music Maker, Northilde Shopping Center
Willie, a Custodian at Floral Park Heights Elementary ,r,:. 't'64Y I .
ailing at home, 2042 N. W. 43 St Arthur Mays, .""';' I ;iII'- C.T. .'!. .\, I'; ." '" ',, Dinner Key Auditorium
for which Mays High School was named and big Goulds ," t.i4 ',rI- :' -:1t'. ,
CALL
373-3488 FOR CONCERT FORMATION
Soul of the NeW Breed
at .. : ;
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r BY DAVE BONDU Now Two Locations


6225 NW 22nd Ave.
.roM Cuba then the Bahamas haveproventhatlegalized
can bring In much needed
revenue for highways,
education playgrounds, and other means of better living. 6011 NW 7th AVE.
Why can't Florida? As a tourist
city, Miami can slow
down some of the traffic to these other places that have ACROSS FROM THE CONTINENTAL CLUB

legalized gambling, and reap some of these monies Insteadof
'going up on the taxes of the poor working man. The Phone :
hue and cry Is that gambling brings people of all kinds
and the rackteers to a dry. Well, don't we have them any- l 754-9820 ;

way? Haven't we always? The bolita racket Is a little ,
shaky for a few days, then they. go full swing agaIn. 6969698EXPERT
There is a raid, and so many persons are arrested and I
the others get quiet for a while, then on again. Why not 4 !
make it legal, and get the taxes from it? Why not let hci Y Lr. ,. \ WIG CLEANING, I
the tourists and residents who are going to bet on the
CUTTING & STYLING
horses, anyway, do their betting at a state-owned betting ,
house, Instead of sending money by friends and bookies? Eflc't\:
This way the tax cut goes to help improve our cities ONE DAY SERVICE I

around the state. The new governor has made a move to 1 BY REQUEST
find out how many people in Florida would want this _
and from all Indications of the "mail-Ins" the majorityare s i

for this idea I say that those of you who did not ALICEPREINVENTORY
participate in the TV program and newspaper answer
sheet should write to Governor Kirk and voice your o*
SALE
pinion on this matter. It is something that concerns all

of us. Let's legalize what is already going on, and let
the people profit from it '4"
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'Don'f it offVanilla %
Pretty girl of the week: Delores Miller I

Pretty boy of the week: Dave Fincher _:i HUMAN
Doctor of the week: Elmer Ward

Golfer of the week: Renee Powell (Akron, Ohio) It's Againstthe V.L/ HAIR WIGS


QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Movie Actor, Brock ,
Peters, had a very successful opening at the Track Roomof Law' From $24 95
the Diplomat Hotel. He'll be there until Feb. second. .
COMPLETE WITH
Sam at 79th Street He is not -
Early working Jillys on .
In their efforts to make female waitresses, entertainers -
playing his organ any more, but is not a "stand up" Miami "an attractive and ma- or other employes of any FREE WIG CASE s
singer like Frank Sinatra Charles Newton, who has ture city," Miami City Com- public business to expose wAw" I
been with the Florida State Employment Service for 20 missioners voted 4-0 Mondayto themselves above the waistto : ; & FOAM HEAD

years, received his pin from Mr. Harry L. Tyson. Charlesis deny ogling night club pa- the extent that the breastsare
the Area Employment Coordinator. EOPI Counselor trons the right to gaze at the bare. GENEVA
John Gully, was washing his cat last Saturday.Lo bare breasts of Vanilla Wil- The ordinance also said (REGULAR $69.95 VALUE)
liams and all other voluptuousgogo that it shall be unlawful that
and behold, a woman struck him down causing damageto
his right arm. She left the scene of the accident, and girls of the like. the breasts be so thinly covered
The shapely Vanilla, (who mesh
by transparent,
John took her license'tag number and reported it When is chocolate colored) was net, or skin-tight materials OUR CLASSIFIED ADS
the police found her, she said that John had no business pinched (by the law, that is) which are flesh colored that
being in the street How about that? . Jan. 11 for doing a nightclub they appear uncovered.
Popular Earl Grant, after his stint at the Eden Roc, rendition of topless terpsi- BRING RESULTS
spent Saturday night in Nassau and did an impromptushow coro. -.....- ---- -- -
at Peanuts Taylor's Drumbeat. Alan Rock has Charges of disorderly con- 'IM
returned to The Rancher Lounge with his live broadcastover duct were filed by' the state t

WM BM. The Rancher features the Dave Atkins Trio, attorney's office against Va- i'ltJ'1ro-\\! "' '1,. \", t'lj!i'i I" ::r&J'N:Lt
I nilla and her boaseschargtng '''''''''''""''1',::' &1f I, _. < ,
The Ira Sullivan Four and chirper, Etta Cameron :f.r: n ; !''tl1" :;;1I'!'!
Former Sir John Hotel and Night Beat Operator, Dave them with"conspiracy to com- ; : \ { : .' ; ,'
I mit an act of disorderly con- I Iti
,
Probinsky, was one of the main factors of the PLP election, 't duct. -Yc :tl')"\ }, ,1;;,\'(, : r I!
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for the PLP to take the ,', ; '
gaining the needed scats over Irwin Christie, who introduced "' 1
'
Government Dave knows his show business, but has I the motion, said that '1 1f\ ;<': : : t;

proven to The Honorable Premier, L. 0. Pindling, that i after all, the public's health, ;, 'j h.... I \ I
he knows people, too. Probinsky did a fine job in public 'welfare and safety were on '', i' ;:,' .. :

relations and vote getting, and I wish him much success j:the line. Commissioner Atha- f ? :
in the Bahamas. Once again, the doors swing open 'lie Range was absent. I ,_ '. af 'I"' I" wr :r
on the Knight Beat Starting with Big Joe Turner, Frank The ordinance read: ,., ,
"It shall be unlawful for 'I. '.', ...;::)III'
Williams and his band, Tina and Gig amd a few sur- /: ,1 ... ,
prises. The new owners have promised bigger and better
things to come. March 12 is the date set by Clyde ::< 'I 0 "
RINKEYDINKS
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Kill en s for his Night In Nassau. This ones at the Island :g I"k

Club. so get your tickets now. Billy Daniels and WORSHIPThe I ; I O\"t"; ,",t.J
Benny Daniels and Benny Payne are at Dean Martin'son '
79 SC Causeway. Sammy Davis, Jr. Is due back Miami Rinkeydinks 'I ), .. .:} :t,
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around the middle of March at the Deauville. . worshipped at Greater Bethel ,. I,,'" ".' ", .'\jr; ,r \
If Steve Clark runs for Mayor, please remember, he's AMB Church on Sunday Jan. ''r. I.," -" ',, (';I'\i4" .rr.:. .'}!'if'!"
21 at the 11 a.m. service. A ,, : :, \; 'ii1\,,!' \' j : :l>.I'! i1 '
our man. . .' I h .
donation was given to the
The bus stop at 27th Avenue on the 54th Street side, Missionary Society presentedby
should be moved to 26th Avenue, where there is a third Rinkeydink Colden. After "
lane on that side. (Going East on ,54th). This is a real service the group motored to
hazard when the bus stops so dose *o the corner of 27th the International Airport Ho QUALITY

Avenue, the cars pile up behind This moving spot tel's Sky Lounge for dinner. II
would leave both lanes clear for Baffle. Our City Those enjoying the day TM'
Manager, Melvin Reese, Is smiling again. He has reason 'were: Charles and Fran Pa-
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and PorI'I trick, Delray Beach, Fla, Ira
to smile: everybody got off his back, jumped on : '
ter Homer. 'That's because they found out that Porter has :'and Cooper Ion, Hallandale a Bucholtz, ,Fla.Bettyc, Flo ;fw., I"t
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a broader back. The best series on TV this season, in I Hawkins,Corinne Anton Hous- I.

my opinion, is "Family Affair". Have you seen those two ,I ton, Mary ColdenAnn Lindsey i :'i :
darling children and teen-ager? It Is on Monday nights. Packard, and Zelma Black. : .
Our good friend, Edna Thomas, Is in town from Aaska .t: '
where she Is doing public relations work. She is on her I ;
way to Jamaica to do a modeling Job on furs at the International 5759 NW 27th Ave.

Cosmetologists Convention. When she returns, It l
Mayme plans to have those of you who are interestedmeet JAZZ NIGHTLYAt :'" t' 1

her and see some of these gorgeous furs that are the ,! (Next Door to Discountland) Iii,

going to be for sale. She expects to return for the North- .r.:W. I
South Tournament We finally found out what NAACP RANCHERBiscayn. ; .. ,, 't. ) ,
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Drummond who used to be with Calvert, Is due in town SULUVAN anyday now to promote his new brand-Claymore Scotch. IRA FOUR \:,:i',(* \', ,', ;j'

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I PLP Party Winners in Bahamas House of Assembly

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Pictured below are 16 of the 18 winners of the Progressive Liberal Party Alvin Braynen, a former United Bahamiam Party member who resigned to run

that swept control of the Bahamas government in history-making: election Jan. Independently, has accepted Premier Pindling's offer to become Speaker of

10. Party leader Lynden Oscar Pindling, who has since been named Premier the House.

of the Bahamas, has formed a strong and well-qualified cabinet composed entirely Members of the cabinet are: Atty: Cecil Wallace-Whltfield, Minister for

of Negroes The cabinet members replaced were all white. Works; Dr. Curtis McMillan, Communications; Jeffrey Thompson, Internal Af-

Two of the PLP winners not shown are Clarence Bain who won at Manfairs; Warren Levarity, Out Island Affairs; Randol Fawkes, Labor and Com

grove Cay and George Thompson who won a seat representing Eleuthera. Mr. merce; and Clarence Bain and Clement Marnard. ministers without portfolio.


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Increasingly, Negro families throughout Dade Countyare
looking to whites for "test of their sincerity to accepta
man and his work without regard to race or accidentals."
If these families lose out In 1967, and are excluded as were
their fathers and grandfathers, the effect upon the Negro
F community will be grave and profoundly disturbing to Mi-
a lu 1 ami's future. The continued denial of good housing is one
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1 of the many areas in which the Negro in Dade County is
excluded.

f Civil Rights groups and other concerned parties have
pushed, for several years, for an open occupancy law. Each
time, as these groups mounted the necessary support needed
to pass a local open occupancy law, an unrealistic compromise
t has come into the picture.

The first compromise which Incidentally came from the
community relations board, was the attempt to establish a
MAUIICI MOOSE PRESTON A1IUIT MHO lOTUt SR JAMES SHEPHERD Fair Housing Agency. The community relations board
PIP, Grind lot... PIP tltu kin PIP, I.!.| Tw PIP, S,. Mich.tli charged the Ad-Hoc Committee on community relations to
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structure and organize an agency that would concern Itself I
with the total spectrum of fair housing. Such an agency was I
organized however, due to the lack of broad community
I Student Center Opens At Bethune CookmanThe support its existence ceased.

Apparently, the second compromise is the recently implemented -
"Good Neighbor Pledge" by the Dade
program
new Charles C. The campus bookstore is 540 has apresidcntial diningarea An information booth, a County Community Relations Board. The primary goal
Parlin Student Center at located on the first floor. A ; a faculty dining room dty students lounge a student is to obtain 55,000 pledges from whites to welcome and bea
Bethune-Cookman Collegehas modem snack bar and the and a senior room. Relaxing conference room, first aid good neighbor to Negroes.
changed the complexionof post office is also on the first music is heard through and office space is also hous- Fostering rental and sales of housing on non-discri-
the entire campus with Its floor. muzak channel. ed In the student center. minatory and voluntary basis and encouraging whites to
comfortable
homelike facili-
cafeteria welcome such moves may be a step In the right direction.
The school's
ties.The two story structure makes the colorful ........a s......................................-.......- Regardless as to the returns we must remember It takes
wing.
up ; little or no guts to
sign
a pledge card. If the C. R.D. would
part of a two and a half The dining hall which seats
: like for the
community to know
million dollar construction Miami Times and face the truth about
recently completed, housesa Avenue i itself I would suggest the following pledge Ihereby pledge
6740 N.W. 15th with other likeminded persons to work aggressively to make

music with listening a stereo room"hi-fi"complete "Any wh.r. In the world Miami, Florida 33147 mortgage credit available to Negroes In all areas of Dade
and you want to go" County and I futher pledge to seek living accommodations
lounge chairs. Amodernroom
in Negro "
neighborhoods.
Is complete with a billiard TJCKF73 tarT Dear Sir: i It would
seem to that
me the C.RB
would
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use
power
table :
about 125 games ping pong Including, and NO MOKE .#TfIt'JIIt1ftn' Enclosed please find the sum of $_ and elected Influence in conveying to the general public and our
: officials the need
to pass, immediately, an occupancy -
checkers, cards and domi- open
to cover tile cost of a _______ subscription to law. If it still feels that it can only make progress
noes.The by not disturbing; thestatus-quo
Istronglysuggestthat they
television room is TMKL BUK64U the
Miami Times the
encourage 55,000
pledgees
furnished with swivel chairs to send their $1.00 to the
and a color set "Your Neighborhood Travel l Urban League an agency which has aprogram designed to
Mail eliminate'
: Paper To prejudices and discriminations
in housing; an
Ag.nt. agency which conducts factual
The Iou : Address : Investigations on thenatural
unquevarsity nge --
causes, extent
and
A. nar to you a* your effects of racial and religious discriminations -
earned designed letters for all, has students maroon tl.phon.. Clvo us a coll. City Stale Zip Code_ the 'In/10U8ln1& and an agency which concerns itself with
w. d.llv.r. 1104 NW 3rd on the of
economy our community by differing
and gold Interior (the
Avo. FR 9-8451. Chat. C. occupancy patterns In housing.T. .
school's colors) with display North, Manage i Six Month $3 00 One Yr. $t 00 Two Yrs $9.00 WILLARD
space for archives and FAIR
awards. :..................................................... ,. Edecu!lvc Director
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': : 'J; Hamra Teachers NeededSome
Gregg
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adults Can read or write?
Joins Miami fifty are now you
enrolled at BTW In Math, Now is the time to get into '
English, Science, Readingand the reading class at BTW. '"' I
Times Staff Writing History and The class meet every Tues
Government, Sewing Classes day and Thursday night In
Gregg Hamm, veteran national Hat-Making, and others. room 111.Mr. Alonso Rru-
marketing specialist, These are adults who are ton, the teacher Is anxiousto
has joined the staff of The asking for another chanceat welcome you at a new
Miami Times.Hamm has a vast an education. They have world of learning.Themottoin
,
t background in selling, having turned to me and you. Sev- the class Is "Learn Baby, .
NME ..r worked locally, throughoutthe \ eral persons in the commu- Learn Baby". Call BTW
state, and nationally as nity have offered their talent (FR 7-2536) and arrange
sales representative and marketing for classes. If know
and services absolutely free you a
work Inthe specialist.advert!sing Hamm depart will so that these adults may have blind friend, bring him, a
ment. their daily lives Just a little teacher Is waiting to start
better. Call Cliff Matthewsat the first reading class for the
BTW today and find out blind in this area.
where in the program can
you help.

Hundreds of children in ., ,., _._ ...., ,.
the central Negro district
,'Iammn'f
need you. They have few a..
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adults to supervise them in .
organization activities, ,
y, any A
or sponsor their groups.
They beg every day for a
chance to be happy, well
rounded boys and girls, but
few people hear their criesor
'J y. f r r ,.ww. r .' care. Are you one of these?

will edit the Broward county
page that will appear weekly
keS4 in the Times.
*; Hamm lives with his wife,
Naomi, who lives in Fort Parthenia, and sonLorenzo, Eddie Lee Pitt-
Lauderdale, also will take at 823 NW 27th Terr., phone man, popular local businessman -
over the Broward County mar- 581-9525.Clubs,organizations i Is the new own-
ket of the Times and will concentrate and churches with picturesand er of the Dive-Inn liar
on building circula- news articles may submit 1772 NW 79lh St. Phone
tion in such popular Broward them to Mr.Hamm at the above 091-9-131! He Invite all
'or'u ... J.- ,- ".'- .- .- cities as Deerfteld, Pompano, address no later than Monday his old friends to come ."
Danla, Hollywood, lIallandale, night for Thursday's publication. und meet new friends.
The Executive Board of Miami Alumni"' Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. and Fort Lauderdale. Ilamm Kveryone welcome Indf<<
Seated from left to right: Dorothy Graham, Ann McRae, Fannie Thurston, Gussie Er.

vin, presIdent;Dora Wright, Althmeana Sample, Annette McNeal, and Irene Williams.At .
bottom are some of themany sorrors in attendance at the meeting held at Toby's
Cafeteria. House of Photography photos. FOR SALE SEWING MACHINE"REPAIR


Miami Deltas Meet At TobysOn CBS In Your SPECIAL"Home

$7500 TOTAL Cleaned & Oiled
January 7th, Miami from local high schools.As Gussie Ervin, President; Better *Adjust Tensions
Alumnae Chapter of Delta Deltas went "Mod" late than never, Soror *Free Needle & Belt Total Cost
Sigma Theta Sorority held with delicious food, reports Sheba Martin. They all re- 339 NW 39th STREET 1150
the most talked about meet- were heard from the Dance ceived assorted useful gifts. Check all Wiring All Makes
ing of the season at Tobys Foundes Day, Debutante, Sorors Margaree Raiford, OWNER: *1 Year Guarantee & Models
Cafeteria. It was a most festive and Jabberwock Committees. Dorothy Held, Willie Hue
occasion as Deltas ap- The Dance Committeewas Jamison, Jimmie Jones, 758-8749
peared in the latest "Mod" especially grateful to Ruth Jones, J. Bryant, G. 6346242SAMPSON'S
fashions to give meaning to North's Travel Agency for Lockhart, Dorothy Love" ,Geneva
the 1967JabberwockTheme, handling reservations for Love, and Alice Haw
"Jabberwock Goes Mod." this gala holiday affair. kins were unanimously acclaimed
The Jabberwock will be The following prizes were as the "HostessesWith '
on Thursday, March 16th given at the end of the meet- The Mostest" for host- :' MARKET:!
the place will be announcedat ing: The person radiatingthe ing this exciting meeting.All ',::;: ,
a later date. Many contestants most heartwarming Delta
are competing for Smile, Soror Aleatha Butler, Deltas are inviting the '
public: to its annual Jabber- 1466 :NW 62 ST.
berwock.the coveted" This title,is"Miss an annual Jab- or.the chair wock when "JabberwockGoes 1/ ,,,

affair that helps give scholar- the most new faces Soror Mod," March 16thCan
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D-:: RANGE.Miss Marie. ,. Huff- of202B ALBERT.Mrs. Flora. .Womble, 6228

I r CARDS; MEMORIALS ] N.W. 68th Street died Wed- NW 14th Ct., died Jan. 18.
nesday, January 18. She is Services were held at Cohen

survived by two daughters Temple Church of God in

,. ._ .. Mrs. Eura Thurston and Christ on Saturday. Survivorsare
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: Miss Almatha Huff; seven five great granddaughters,

CARD OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAMIn CARD OF THANKSThe M grandchildren and several Mmes. Lillian Whibley, Regina
other relatives and friends. Reginer Ward, Donnie Ward,
sad, but tovlng memory family of the late held and two very close friends,
family of the late Funeral services were
Adams.
and Clem
JAMES ROBERTS of my dear wife, on Tuesday, January 24, Mr. Mfs.

wishes to express sincere 1967 at Mt. Sinai Baptist Mrs. Annie V. Burley, 915

thanks and appreciation to Church at 4:30 p.m. NW 44th St., died Jan. 19. Re-

the many relatives and friendsin of 2225 mains were sent to the Smalley's -
and out of state, for pray- 4DEATH Leon F Pinkney Funeral Home in Vidalia,
ers,cards, telegrams, flowers, N.W. 64th Street died Thurs Ga., for final rites and burial

is survived
calls, letters of sympathy, day, January 19. He Lyons, Ga. Survivors are six
visits and many other acts of yam. r by his mother-Mrs. daughters, Mmes. Annette

kindness rendered during the i Lucille Pinkney; two sisters, Moffett, Zannie L. Comer,

passing of their dear father. Mesdames: Mildred Ferguson -' Vemell Moses, Julia Mason,

Special thanks is given to NOTICEMrs. Dianne Hankerson and Mittie Burley,Lucile amuels,,

Father Lambert Sands and all Ruth Johnson Culmerof Miss Carnell Davis; Two six sons, Charlie, C. T., Primus

organizations of St. Agnes ITTW'J 1991NW 55th Terr.,a teacher aunts Marie Higgs and Clarence, Williams,
Episcopal Church, the Schoolof and Booker T.
Dade County and Board ,* at B. T. Washington High Ruth Bullard;a uncleFloyd
School for 25 years passed at Gibson several other rela-
members, The Miami Florist ;
Mrs. Marion Clark, 1755
Mt. Sinai Hospital on Jan. 19,
Perry Florist, Bethel AME tives. Funeral services were NW 2nd Ct. Apt. 11 died Jan.

and St. John Church members, 1967.She leaves to mourn her held on Wednesday January 21. Remains were shipped on

the neighbors of 16th Terrace passing her mother, Mrs. An- 25, 1967 at Bethany Seven Wednesday 9:3 0p.m.to Augusta -

and NW 17th Street.Thanks na Johnson,one brother, Lloyd Day Adventist at 3:30 p.m. Ga. for final rites and
again we wish to burial. Survivors two
say. are
Johnson, two sisters, Miss Delco Bowman of 402 N.

The Family ____ .m .. PFC ULYSSES WHITE Joyce Johnson and Mrs. Valencia W. 8th Street died Saturday, brothers, David and James
who died Dec. 23, 1966 and' J. Williams, other relatives Gadson, one sister, Mrs. Art*
and
Final rites
21.
MRS. BLANCHE DONALDSONwho was laid to rest Jan. 3, 1967' and friends. January zonia Golphin of Augusta, Ga.
entered into eternal rest wish to thank friends and 1 I Funeral services will be burial will be held in Dor-
neighbors for their donations chester, South Carolina.Mrs. Johnny D. Simpson, 156
IN MEMORIAMIn Jan. 29, 1966. held on Saturday, Jan. 28, at
telegrams and floral pieces, NW 17th St. Apt. 6 died Jan.
St. Agnes Episcopal Church
And ,
loving memory of our now one year has pas- of 14335 23. Services held in the
during our hour of sorrow,, Ella Byrd were
will of-
sed Fr. Lambert Sands
beloved wife and Godmother, do not since forget you you.left We us,will but we re- Special thanks to the U. S., ficiate. M. H. Rahmings Fut N.W. 22nd Avenue died Fri Liberty city (lapel Thursdayat

member you as long as life Army, Mr. T. C. McKain an t neral Home directing. day, January 20,at Jackson 2 p.m. Survivors are pa-
lasts. the House of Albert and Rev. Memorial Hospital. She Is rents, four sisters and two

Sadly missed by: W. E. Sims for their services survived by a daughter brothers.
rendered.
,, (*, Willie Donaldson, husbandMrs. LETTEROF Mrs. Louise Reaves; a stepson Willie T. Chappell, 2171
.' Corine Simmons, Mrs. Constance White, wife James Byrd; a brother -
NW 73rd St. died Jam 23.
4, Mrs. Parlee Mack, sisters And Family THANKSThe -Joe Johnson; a nephew Services will, be held Friday,

Curtis Owens, brother family of the late Johnny Johnson and a host 2 p.m. at Liberty City Chapel.
Mrs. Elsielee McDonald, of other relatives. Final rites
Survivors
are parents, Mr.
Milton sister Owens brother CARD OF THANKSThe and burial will be held In and Mrs. Tommie Lee and
,
Major Owens, brother family of the late, Lakeland, Florida. Clara Chappell, two sisters,
Mmes. Lillie and
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Mrs. Audrey Chestnut of
Helen Godfrey.
2743 N.W. 57th Street died

IN MEMORIAMIn f Monday, January 23. She Clemon Williams,21650 SW

loving remembrance of Is survived by a husband 119th Ave. Goulds, died Jan.

ELLA Frank Chestnut; five sons- 20. Services will be held Sa-
CRANBERRY
WILLIAMSwho r MWIy Frank, Jr., Samuel, Greg- turday, 1 p.m. at Mt. Pleasant

departed this life Jan. ory, and Jeffery; one daughter -Baptist Church in Goulds.

29, 1966.A Regina and many other Survivors are two daughters,

precious one from us is gone relatives. Funeral services Mmes. Pearlie Mae Bradshaw,
A voice we love is stillA will be held Saturday, Jan- Annie Kate Thomas;four sons,

place is vacant in our hearts, uary 28 at St. Paul A.M.E. Clem Jr., Russell, Nathan ,
William Isaac three brothers
; ,
Of filled.a memory' that can never be Church at 1:00: p.m. Alonzo, Cleo; three sisters,

Willie Mrs. Irene Jones of 1941 Mmes. Viola Brown, Ethel
Williams, husband N.W. 55th Street passed on Smith, Willie Mae Williams.
Qenesta Sweating, Goddaughter
Tuesday January 24. She
IS Survived hv thrpp .nll.ln. Spencer W. Harris, 2280

...-"" -I 'Mesdamesf Juanlta Howell- : NW, 154th St.Opa-locksdied. ,'
Ola Jan. 23. Services Saturday 1
4 Gregory and
IN .MEMORIAM Mary I p.m. Mt. Zion AME in Opa-:
REV. S. A. THOMAS West. Funeral services will :locka. Survivors are wife, .

In sad, but loving memoryof r CHARLES E. OWENS would like to thank the many be held on Thursday, Jan- Bernice; three sisters, Mmes.

the late, 1 acknowledges with thanks dear friends, and neighbors for uary 26, at 2:00: p.m. In the Ida, Louise and Linney two ,
--- ---v--f 1 .i a1, the kindness of the many cards, telegrams,flowers, do- Range Funeral Home 1 brothers, Fred and james.
?'. friends during their bereave- nations, visits, phone calls ChapelMr.

ANDREW ADOLPH HOPKINSwho ment, for cards, floral pieces,'I and other numerous remem- Arlie Lucas of 1945 Joe Ford, 3380 Plaza St.,
passed away Jan. 27,1961. brances their sad I
donation of food and other during very
I Coconut Grove died 24.'
Think, 0 Lord, in mercy expressions of sympathy. hour of bereavement. N.W. 70th Street passed on Jan.

On the souls of those Special thanks to the staff at Special thanks to the Mt. Tuesday, January 24. She Arrangements/ are incomplete.TOOTHACHE.

Whoin faith gone from us, Jackson Memorial Hospital, Sinai Baptist Church,of which i Is survived by a husband, '

Now in death repose. the Friendly Social and Sa- Rev. Thomas was the beloved Z. T. Lucas; a son, James

Here mid stress and conflict vings Clubthe Loyal Ladies, pastor for 31 years; Florida Lucas, a daughter, Elossie

Toils can never cease; Lily White Lodge No. 129, State Baptist Convention i! Brinkley, a brother, Willie 'Why suffer agony' In minute{ let relief that
There, the warfare ended, the Maggie Lumpkin Chapter Florida East Coast Baptist: Shaw; eight grandchildren 'lasts with OKA.JEL Speed.release formula
Bid them in Association Ministers'Wives It to work quickly to relieve throbbing
rest peace. 119, Order of Eastern Star, ; {puts
and host of other relatives.
a toothache pain. Recommended by meny dentists -
.. Youth Hall staff Baptist Council, Cwest Club,
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employeesof ,
The Family Funeral arrangements are Ask your J-o>"""M".i
t/ Dade County Public Schools'
\ t\: Biscayne Plaza Building.Mrs. pharmacist for + 1k
P I Barbara Jean Givens, teachers and students; and, Incomplete. ..... r a .e I :.Good Hs.ute.pl.q.IIELP .......11. ;.
I especially the pastors and ..... J III ,.11,........'
1tIt-cil' wife ministers of Greater Miami
CARD OF THANKSThe Mrs. Erma Cleare Givens, churches and parishes, and RICHARDSON. .

MRS. BEATRICE SITTON family of the late, mother the Range Funeral Home and
who departed this life Bernard and Gregory Givens, Mrs. Robbie Lee of 1431
Jan.
MR. HOWARD WILLIAMS sons staff.May NW 71st St. died jan. 19. Fu- HELP HELP
28. 1961. who passed from this life on God bless eachof you.
And now it is six The Family neral services were held
years Nov. 25 1966 wishes to
ex-
since you left us, but we do press their sincere gratitude Mrs. Lee Etta Thomas Tuesday morning. She is sur- REV ROOSEVELT

not forget you. We will remember to all of their many friends CARD OF THANKSThe And Family Ollie vived M.by Derringof two sisters Green Cove Mrs. FRANKLINOf
you as long as life who shared with them their
lasts.A sympathy during their bereave- family of the late Springs, Fla., Mrs. Sylvester Macon, Georgia
Harris of Newark, N.J., three
precious one from us is ment. Many thanks for the VELMA WILLIAMS brothers William Towsend of DIVINE
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A voice we live is stillA beautiful floral offerings, food, SWEETING IN MEMORI AM Detroit,Mich., Madison Town- SPIRITUAL
and the use of car, also our HEALER
Is in ourheartsOf wish to express our many send St. George Townsend,
place vac ant deepest thanks for the dif- In Memory of Jesus Is truly giving victory -
filled.a memory that can neverbe ferent telegrams and wordsof thanks and for floral condolences pieces ,duringour telegrams BENJAMIN PHILLIPS Miami, nieces and nephews problems.to many, many people's

condolence. hour of bereavement. who died 24 1964. Mrs. Idahlia Thomas of 353
Special thanks to Rev. T. January SUCCESS CAN BE YOURS.
Mrs. Alice Sullivan, Johnson, Mrs. Mary Blain, Special thanks to the pas- Gone, but not forgotten. NW 6th St. died Jan. 19. Survivors See or write me today. I

Frank Sitton daughter Mrs. Virginia Herout, the tor, Rev. J. A. F. Fmlayson May his soul rest in peace. are a husband, Frank, have a special message for'every
Jr., son and members of Macedonia
neighbors of 7th St. and Rev. Sadly missed by: one daughter, Mrs. Mammie troubled soul. Last
Sisters: Annie M. Berry, Cousin and Rev. Hicks of Baptist Church. His wife, Children and Cournelius, one son Grover weeK many many people
Mildred Gibson, Louise Yarborough and one brother were helped
Tony Tapp an, by my special
Greater Bethel and Sweeting
AME Church The Simmons
Ethel B. Brown Entire Family one niece, grandchildren. Fu- selected Bible reading, to
and the
James Berry, nephew Richardson Mortuary. Families neral services Thursday afternoon be read on Special Days.
And 7 Grands Thank you. from Greater Bethel AME If you want to be delivered

The Williams and Davis church. quickly, Send $1.00 and
Families stampedself-addressed en-

NEON-TA SOCIAL vFy.ta.R00SEVELTFRANKLIN
CARD OF THANKSThe SISTER GRACE
CLUBThe
family of the late, IN MEMORIAMIn 630

JAMES HARTMAN BAIN sad but READER AND ADVISOR Neon-Ta Social Club MoconG8.Phi MORROW SH AVENUE
loving memoryof 5-6475
who departed this life Jan. 7, our dear aunt, FIRST TIME HERE will meet at the home of Mrs.
You
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Annie Lindsey 1335 get these
NW 67th
1967, wish to express sin- MISS DAISY WRIGHT Just arrived from India Will bring sunshine and happiness Street Special Selected Bible
cere appreciation to the many Friday, Jan. 27. Mrs.
friends for their cards, con- who departed this life Jan. into your life and home. If sick, worriedif lona Bucholtz is president. Verier By Return Mall

dolences, flowers and telegrams 26. 1964.A worried, if life is passing you by, don't fail to see

extended in the hoursof precious one from us is psychic gifted lady. Will help you solve all your prob.

bereavement.We gone lems. Tells you what you're best fitted for in life.
A voice love is stillA
are especially grateful we One visit will convince you of her ability. All readings
place is vacant in our heartsOf
to Francis Funeral Home, a that are private and strictly confidential. Don't fail
memory can never LINCOLN
Father Tyrrel Dear and the be filled. to see her TODAYI! MEMORIAL CEMETERY
choir of, the Church of the
Incarnation for their expression Mrs. Selena Jackson, niece NO, CHARGE.' DONATIONS ONLY

of kindness. /Mrs. Annie L. Haileysister 235 NE 26th Street 3001 NW 46th Street NE 4.4197

Your gratitude and thought- Mrs. Edna Thomas, niece Call 371-0461 for further informationOpen
fulness shall never be forgotten. -
Mrs. carrie B. Roper,
grandniece Everyday and Sunday 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. E. JOHNSON, Manager OX

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Installation ANTIOCH BAPTIST GLENDALE

1899 NW 64th Street (RICHMOND HEIGHTS)

Tuesday at EbenezerThe Rev. P. W. Wiggins, Minister Rev. B. L. Turner, pastor
Rachel D. Pratt, reporter Mrs. R.M. Harrington, reporter

big community meetBoyd; and Rev. Luther Pierce, The entire membership will The YWA is preparing

ing of the Interdenominational Council of Churchesreport to be delighted to have you join for Focus Week which will be

''Ministerial Alliance will b e the people, Rev. W. F. Savoy:;; in with them in making the held Feb. 5-12. Come and

ST. PAUL AME held Tuesday Jan. 31 at 8 Scripture, Rev. Henry C. Me-. following events successful: see what we are doing for our CHRIST EPISCOPALRev.

p.m. at Ebenezer Methodist Dowell, Installation of offi-. On Sunday, Jan. 29 at 3 young people.
Rev. T. C. Kelley, pastor Church, 1042 NW 3rd Ave., cers, Rev. C. V. Ford; prescn-. p.m., Choir No. 2 will sponsor Pastor Turner will bring Theo. R. Gibson, rector

Mary Rawls, reporter Rev. Aaron Hall is the pastor. tation of guest preacher, Rev,, a "Pew Rally." The program the morning message this Antoinette Silva, reporter

The fifth Sunday is set The president of the A"i- A. E. Hutcheson Jr.; sermon,, committee, under the chair- Sunday. lie often says to us, The rector and congre gati on

aside for Missionary Day. All ance, Rev. E. T. Graham will Rev. George Weaver; offering,, manship of Mrs. Hattie San- "You must accept the planof are looking forward to the
ladies are asked to please preside. Mrs.Mabel Porter will Rev. C. Trotter; Rev. S. At-, ders, (is planning an inspirational salvation." we all know annual visitation of our Suf-

come dressed in white. preside at the organ. This chison, Rev. T. R. Harrison I. program many who have tons of reli- frage Bishop, the Rt. Rev.

Plan now to attend class special program will be in the and Rev.Otis Mundy;off era tory The Sunday School Depart- gion, haven't one ounce of James L. Duncan on Sunday,

meeting Tuesday night, Jan. form of the people and the prayer, Rev. F. L. Smith; reinstallation ment will climax the observance Salvation. Let us accept Jan. 29 at 8 p.m. Bishop Dun-
31at8p.m. of the officers of marks, Rev. S. A. Cousin; be of Youth Week on Sun- God's plan and not man' will be the celebrant of

Our Junior Missionarieswill the Alliance nediction, Rev. George John- day, Feb. 5 at 9:30 a.m. The can Communion and the
be in charge of the even- Here is a listof those tak- "on. Music will be furnished chairman of the program com- plan.Let us continue to pray for Holy preacher. Visitors are

ing program. We invite eachof ing part:Invocation,Rev. A. D. by the choirs of Ebenezer mittee, Mrs. Emma Lou Gra- those who are experiencing invited guest to worship with us on

you to come out and hear Hall; Occasion, Dr. Ivan Hoy; Methodist Church and Mt. ham, and her members are sorrow and illness at this Sunday and also to meet and
them at their best. official greeting City Com- Zion Baptist Church. Reme m- going their limit and above to time. When you have nothing

missioner Athalie Range; her the date, Tuesday, jan make it an enjoyable morning. else to do, "pray." It is the hear Plans our Bi shop.underway for an

NEW HOPE BAPTIST County Commissioner Joe 31 at 8 p.m. Miss Carolyn Wilcox will be only key that will unlock the outstanding are evening on Tues-

the guest speaker and Cathy heaviest door.BEREA .
day February 7. At this time,
Rev. W. E. Sims ,
pastor Coachman the soloist.
",_:; tJl'l' l: members and friends will celebrate
Mary L. Mayfield, reporter ,.. '. ;"fJCiII' The pastor's Aid Club, at the annual Shrove
Ii under the direction of Mrs. BAPTISTRev.
The Willing Workers will Tuesday Banquet to be heldat
Alberta Battle is
sponsoring
have a Fellowship Program, J. Toles, pastor the Holiday Inn, on U.S.
Friday, jan. 27 at the church, "An Evening of Enjoyment"at Sis. R. Stacey, reporterWe No. 1. Tickets are $5.00 per
at 8 p.m.There. 4 the home of Mr., and Mrs. may'be
will be a dinner Casey Graham, 67UO NW 28th were blessed with three person and secured

sale at the church, Saturday, 11. r' Ave. on Saturday, Jan. 28that new members Sunday night: from members of the congre

Jan. 28, sponsored by the 8 p.m. Donation will be Sister Stacey, sister Baileyand gation.

Deaconess Board. You may i f'1 r $1.00.The Fellowship Banquetwill Cherry Brother and Sister Fowler.Rolle Sister visit- Rosina Get Gibson well wishes who is to beddedat Mrs..
call 696-7745 to place
order. your j| 1 : be held at the Holiday ed with us last Sunday.On South Miami Hospital afteran

.' There will also be a dinner I 1:!! ; : Inn, on Saturday, Feb. 25that Sunday, the Union will accident.Sincere sympathyis

"11 sale at the home of sis. Ber- | ; .8v '" t 8 p.m. Miss Marie White meet with the St. Paul Bapti at extended to Mrs. Marie
dice Person, 1090 NW 39th will be the guest speaker and Church in new Liberty City, Clark and family in the loss of

Street. Ph. 634-4072. This y U .'t' "r Miss Louise Riley will pre Rev. Henderson is pastor. her brother, Charles who will

sale is sponsored by the .-.-"-..-...._..,...", --.- -- "-"* side. The ladies are putting Elder Johnson will preach for be funeralized in Daytona on
Junior Ushers' Board.We forth much effort toward planning us in the absence of our pas- Saturday.
will have Baptismal BETHLEHEM so that it will be an tor. Everyone is invited.

services on Sunday morning, enjoyable evening. Donationis ST. BARN ABAS W. M.
January 29th at 10. Please 1475 NW 58th Terrace Rev. O. West, MinisterAll $5.00.
come out and enjoy this beau- GRACE UNITED'PRESBYTERIAN Rev. Howard Demeritt, pastor
Rev. Roscoe Jackson and his Phyllis Johnson, reporterWe
tiful service with us. roads will lead to Bethlehem -
Remember to pray for our Jan. 29. God has congregation from Greater Macedonia FELLOWSHIPBy would like to thank
sick and shut-in members. blessed this church wherein will deliver the 3 p.m. 6895 NW 14th Avenue Mrs. Graves for being out withus

they are inviting all friends message. R. J. McGhaney Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor to help us put our program

and well-wishers to their relocating At the 7 P.m. worship a gi- Then he said unto them
,
} ANTIOCH M. B. activities. A caravan gantic musical program has "00 your way, eat the fat, Next Sunday is Youth over.Next Sunday being the fifth

NEW LIBERTY CITY will leave 1475 NW 58th Terr, been planned foryourspiritualat and drink the sweet; the joy Sunday with the youth in Sunday is youth day. Our ser-
2 uplifting. charge of the morning and vices will be in the hands of
p.m. to 420 NW 40th St. of the Lord is your strength.
Rev. A. H. Essix
! pastor evening services Come and
Nehemiah 8:10.It our youth. You are invited to
Annie whipple, reporter see how our youth are doing, come out and see what a
is a real good feelingto as they take complete charge
wonderful do.
Our morning sermon was job they can
1 have confidence in the
delivered to MT. ZION AME of our worship programs for Let us always rememberto
us by a guest LIBERTY TEMPLECMA
t Lord, for all our needs. Incur '
the
day. Speaker for the
minister, Rdv. C. Holloman, morn- pray for our sick and shut-
6702 NW 15th Avenue OPA LOCKA prayers, we must always ing will be Anthony Jones of
Rev. C. Holloman associate ins.
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Rev. Milton give thanks for what we are,
Tyson, pastorMt. the Senior High Fellowship,
minister of Friendship Baptist There will be a Miracle and also what we have, and
and there will be
a panel
Church. Zion is
fruit and Bless Services con- working very no matter how things seem to
discussion in the
evening.
Rev. Reynolds and the hard toward making Sunday MT. MORIAH
ducted Friday night at the usgood or what we might
Deacons Board are sponsoring Jan. 29 an enjoyable day.The February 19th, which is
,
This call bad remind ourselvesthat
Temple at 8, Jan. 27. ,just 1 the third Sunday of PERRINERev.
February
for the benefit of Senior Missionaries ,
a are happyto
program service is being sponsoredby we are children of the W, C. Edcar, pastor
the church Theyare have as their speaker at is Men's Day. Our Sunday
January 29. Mother Jackson, our national most high God, and that He Church bulletin has stated the Lillie R. Harris, reporter
inviting all their friends 11 a.m. Sister Ophelia Luckie
of the will fill
and all themembers to come Gen. Mother who is a very interestinaspeaker. and all your every need, goals, and we ask the coope- Sunday was Mission Day.
plans and desires
your
and all the members to come Temple. The No. 1 choir will fur- will be as you want them to ration of all members to make The morning message was

Let us remember to pray Bishop Pop Williams nish the music. be. Just think on this thought, this an outstanding a oay. delivered by the Rev. E. Long

for and visit our sick and The youth will present the The joy of the Lord is your The congregation highly At 3 p.m. Sister Dorothy
shut-ins. enjoyed the evening program Daniels delivered the addresson
playlet "seven Good Spirits"at
ST. JOHN AME strength. So until a later date,
presented the Senior "
six in the evening. The by High "Faith. The Missionary
if will thanks
God's and
SOUTH MIAMI combined choirs of the church, my Fellowship last Sunday even- women served a delicious repast
I prayers for all of you.
FRIENDSHIP Rev. W. A. Curry, pastor together with Miss Eulah ing. The program was enter- at the close of the ser
Mitchell and other talented ST. JAMES AME taining and informative
Mrs. Catherine Willis, reporter vice.We
E. Jenkins, pastor
Rev. J.
soloists will furnish the mu- Remember you are always are looking forward to
Ruby Lee Carr: reporter The Rev. Carolyn Williams sic pertaining to the Good Marie Rev. F.A.E.Childs Sneed, pastor welcome at Grace. the celebration of his 29th
reporter
will the
bring message at the
spiritsl! Come and enjoy this
The and officersare
pastor
still urging all membersto 11 a.m. worship service. Sunday, Jan. 29 with us. The First Quarterly con- FIRST BAPTIST OF the celebration of the pastor's
service
Evening at 6:30.
of We maintain, if you want ference was both inspirationaland 29th anniversary beginning
register upon payment During this service the "MissSt.'John's" to work, come to busy Mt. successful. Dr. J. A. BROWNSVILLE
dues,to have correct addresses contest will be Roberts' Monday after the first Sunday
Sunday morning ser-
Zion.
for the new membershiproll. terminated Rev. Davis J in February, and through to
Mrs. Eunice Ma- mon was timely and befitting W. M. pastor
Anyone who does not Gahee and Miss Naomi Williamson the occasion.We Donella Turner, reporter Sunday.
have transportation to the The choir Union will meetat
church can call the Transportation Serena are B. contestants Allen will crown Mrs HURST CHAPEL AME are looking forward to Sunday Jan. 29, the Sunday MU .Mori ah this Sunday at
Committee to get information the winner. entertaining the District Laymen's School will have promotiondat 3 p.m.All are invited to attend I

on the church's bus Tuesday night the pastor Rev. W. J. Allen, pastor South Organization Florida of the at 3 p.m.Friday |prayer meeting on Thursday

route and time. This means will hold Official Board meeting Jean Townsend reporterOur Sunday, January Conference 29. The night,J an. 27, Rev. i night. Remember the sick

members and friends whp ate superintendent of the business session will beginat W. M.Davis will be the Voiceof i and shut-ins.

comingto Friendship.Sis. Wednesday night, Choir Sunday school is asking more 3 p.m. Midnight at the First Baptist

Minnie Teasly wishesto No. 1 rehearsal; Thursday adults to come out and help On Sunday night, the Church in Fort Lauder-
thank all who made the night No. 2 Choir rehearsal the Sunday school.We January-ites will be dale, Fla. All of the singing
making
"Sister Teasly Building Fund Friends are always invit- welcome our visitors to their final report for the month groups of our church will be "'"" ro.. ." .* .6"r" :m1

Night" a complete success. ed to worship at st. John. worship with us. and bow out for the Februaryites -, in charge of song service. EAST COAST TAILORS. !
Last call for those who We had two persons to joinat under the Don't forget to stop by ; '
guidance of Headquarters forth'Well {
wish to visit silver springs the morning service. the church Saturday and get ; e
Mrs. Martha Nicholson.As .
and Six Gun Territory. Bus MT. SINAI BAPTISTCar Please visit our sick and we go about our daily your barbecue sanwiches. ,'/\., Dressed Men'-.''.e;!
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will leave the church, Jan. needs washing? Don't shutins. routine remember Our prayers go out to all : '1' '
to visit
.. 27th, 11 p.m. return Saturday worry if you don't have timeto Sunday is Missionary Day. the sick. Sister Mary Jenkinsis of our sick members. May you Alterations an< IRmo l.lng!

midnight. Come and go withus. do it. The Jr. Church is Please come. There will be embedded in Jackson Me- have speedy recovery. FAST SERVICE! t''

sponsoring a car wash Satur- an open discussion for every- morial and Sister Estelle Barr Shouldn't your tailor'' boi
Our get well wishes are day Jan. 29 in the church's one. GREATER NEWMACEDONIA ,
is in Hialeah Hospital. :
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extended to Sis. Eva Pricein parking lot starting at 10 ,

Mt. Sinai Hospital and Sis. a.m. The price is only 1.00. ;; 717 NW 62 ST:

Gainey's son and Dec. James The church is located at 7th MISSIONARY DAY AT 3165 NW 56th Street a i
Lewis' mother in Jacksonand Ave. and 47th Terr Please TEMPLE BAPTISTThe Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor ). "PL 8. 901 '< "'"

to all of sick members, come out and support us in GREATER BETHELOn Sis. Aurora Beard, reporter A cliff wHlU you wait/{:!

we pray you will soon be this effort. Sunday School will ', flnytlmo Y.\ { 't,
well and with us again. Come Come and worship with us January 30th, at 11 sponsor a dinner sale at the The pastor, officers and
Ito church and have your faith Sunday and sing praises unto a.m. the Senior Missionary home of Mrs. Eva Gibson members wish to thank each

lifted. the Lord. You are welcome at Society of Greater Bethel 1838 NW 5th Place this Sa- and everyone who helped to

our church at all time. Bethel AME Church will be turday from high noon until? make our annual Homecominga

The BTU is also a great observing Missionary Day. Donation is one dollar. great success. Greetings!
The speaker for the morn- The No. 2 choir will render Activities for the coming
ZION HOPE BAPTISTRev. part of the church and we ing is Mrs. Claudia Fuller service on Sunday. Membersof week: Church of God and
should all to it.
try support
P. Freeman, pastor Come on out to our BTU also director of the Dorsey child this group celebrated their There will be a sale party Saints of Christ

Sis. E. Jackson, reporter and have a good time. Opportunity Center, of the 14th anniversary last Sunday Jan. 28th at the home of Bro.

will have To all who are bereaved Dorsey Child Opportunity Mrs. Louise Ferguson,who and Sis. Simmell Tilliman, All Hail!
The No. 1 Choir Center and Mt. Zion Child became ill in church 1041
Sunday NW 47th Terr. This is
the church look unto the Lord for he 1st Cor.
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Saturday, jan. 28. They will says: "Come ye disconsolate, Jude 1:24-25
Anti-Poverty Memorial 2. Bro
'Y'' program. Hospital, was Wiley Bush is captain.
wherever languish for
also have a car wash. Please ye ; Please treated and This is inbehalf '
come and help\ the released. She has of Men Day
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earth has that 0.
no sorrows Box
atop by from 9 a.nuWe ladies in white improved. Mrs. On 170
heaven cannot heal." make this a Rosa Taylor Sunday, Jan. 29, the
to
are asking everyone big letter day. returned from the hospital on Young Women's Auxiliary will Northwest Branch
continue
and shut- we to
sick May pray '
pray for the Mrs. Ella Saturday and is a Mr.
for our sick and shut-ins, and Jones, president; convalescingat sponsor Universe contest -
ins. Mrs. thome. We This is in 33147
cherry Boyer, program pray a speedy behalf of
nave the Lord blesseach and
and
Come to church may chairman and Rev. S. A.. Cou- recovery for them and all the Men's Day. Bro. Robert
your faith lifted. everyone of you. sin, pastor. sick and shut-ins. Byrd is captain. Feb. 18






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day and Sunday, Jan. 28 and We will have election of officers = '- PICNIC .
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A woma g\grade to developing 6y Walter Bow.

poise charm andtechniques The Fire Department of

ofpnfossional modeling Carver Ranches meets every _, _
i Monday night at 8. Members" .:ii
please be present.. Walter !
Dlatch is president.The .
Q. I have been invited to spend a weekend at a ski lodge r "I
what to pack.A Ewelrettes Bowling \ 'i'iI r
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Whether you plan to ski or to observe, fashionably League which meets Monday
dressed skiers take along bulky sweaters and ski pants, nights is at the midway of the
to be worn indoors and outdoors. For warmth,jacketsof season. TheTwisters: are in
of the P
first place. Members
fur wool should be included with socks,
or heavy team are Justina, Lee, Ruby Yr
warm gloves and boots for outdoors. For the after-ski and Bessie. They have 57 K \
time clothes, slacks or floor-length tweed or velvet skirts winning games.
with fancy tops and lounge-type shoes are appropriate.Most .
ski resorts have ski equipment available for rentS The Rev. B. L. Mack celebrated ,, .'. : ,, .
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and instructors. Inasmuch as no hot-iron artists are his third anniversaryas .' / .:, >t. ", ..: :, : 2 .< .3 .,. :., II
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usually available for keeping the hair attractive, anFic pastor of New Macedonia ..' .. ji '. .,... .,-- ., .,. ....... i ,..o-I\\, },,_c-
permanent relaxer will eliminate anxieties and can Baptist Church. The Rev. A. 'r", : >:: jjv*:- v S.-i.'MlJ..".oJZt': rr" ,., w?- r
be attended by any beauty salon accustomed to styling L. Shipp and choir of MUMori ..\ :- > -.* f.-U;; : : '_.\"it.; t";.!,t!...:;."....,' ..:.-1....,..:.... : J 1t'I;..'I : .
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What about pierced ears? Fashionable or not? had service.charge of the afternoon ,_".'.' .. .':.:.':..Iii'i.! _.. ,..,:_. _--..__!!" _. ... 'T.tV# _,.....: ,to.. r',_ .-_:___.,
A Women have had ears pierced many years. It appears The Perrine NeghborhooeCenter of the Economic Upportunity Program Inc.
that pierced ears are more of a fad. However, if VFW Post No. 8195 will will be officially dedicated ceremonies at 3:30 p.m. on Sunday, February 5.
you wish to have your ears pierced, it is suggested have its end-of-the-month-sale will be
Principal speaker Robert Simms, Deputy Director of the Dade County
that your ears be pierced by your doctor. You should at the Post on Pembroke Rd. Community Relations Board.
know there are earrings on the market now that give Saturday night, Jan. 28. Come
the appearance of pierced ears. out and enjoy an evening with Community and county officials, as well as Florida Congressmen have been In-
Q. I will be applying for an important soon, and would' the Vets. vited to participate.The .
appreciate suggestions that will help me have poise and Center Is located at J780J Homestead Avenue, Perrine.
self-confidence.
A Being knowledgeable about the requirements of the position AMERICAN LEGION
being sought should give a certain amount of
AUXILIARY No. 165 OUR CLASSIFIED ADS
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self-confidence. Personal appearance very important
too. Select a cleaned and pressed suit or dress definitely The Junior Group of the NOW OPEN I
designed for daytime wear not too casual or with a Auxiliary attended the 10th BRING RESULTS
i' plunging neckline. A cloth coat that is in keeping with District Junior Roundup at
the season, a minimum amount of jewelry and cologneare Greynolds Park Saturday,
recommended. Special attention should be paid to the Jan. 21. After the meeting PRINCE'SBorBQ
shoes polished or brushed, with no worn-down heels. and lunch, each girl enjoyed
boat ride. Thanks to Mrs.
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Gloves and an organized handbag should complete
Vivian Owens, the Junior WOOLWORTH'S
your costume. Don't forget daytime make-up and manicured Chairman and Mrs. Marie Da- Pit
nails. No matter what the weather,a well-fitted niels for the trip.
bra and girdle should be worn to control the figure. All members are asked to
And stockings are a must. A casual hairstyle, an Epic be present at the regularmeeting -
chemical, if possible, is recommended in order not to on Wednesday, Feb. 1 at I o I OF
attract attention to oiliness on the crowning glory.Q. 8 p.m. at the home of the pre-
What are some of the aids key models are taught about sident. The 10th District officers
conversation? will be our guest. Be 27th Ave.
A Professional models acquire much of their poise and self present and on time.
confidence in conversation by learning to smile often, Mrs. Mamie Montgomery is .
by being responsive and friendly, by developing eye Daniels president is and public Mrs. Marie relations M. & 46th St. F ; I f,
contact which shows one is listening or interested in chairman. ii4
( what the other person is saying. Modulate your voice
a ti and keep the tone friendly. A, good conversationalistreads BEST HICKORY ; $ $
daily newspapers regularly, at least one weeklynews COOKED RIBS 'srI &- .
magazine regularly, and one or two books each ALUMNI
month. To begin a conversation, choose a subject that ANNOUNCEMENT ANDCHICKEN IA
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discuss for at least a minute. All Florida Memorial College .
IN TOWN 'N
graduates are asked to
contact your Alumni Association
president at your'earliest w, %V1 II {
IA'. i' / convenience. Rev. B. L. Turner _
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BY LEO ARMBRISTER Over

" FLAGLER'S $80,000 INTERNATIONALTO

START SATURDAY NOSHOWOFFiGAlE SAYERS NATURAllY

I The seventh running of Flagler's $80,000 Interna- EXCITINGFor

tional Classic gets underway Saturday with a field of 4 $
48 going to the post in the first qualifying round, and if fly Gale Sayers, there was nothing new in the

you're looking for overall favorites this early, you'd wide, wet confines of the Los Angeles Coliseum Sunday.As .
have to go along with Gene Randle's Hello Hilda and he has done so many times during the season ,
Happy Stutz' Good Cause. when the Chicago Bears were bowing their heads in de-
Others you'll want to keep an eye on as the Classic feat, he was raising his to stardom.

rolls along through its nine preliminary rounds leadingup Sayers, as always did not only do what was ex-
to the March 11th finals, are Bill Bashaway' Bob's pected of him; but he did what he expected of himself.r
Vickie, Bill Ewalt's Mr. Hodge and Ray Randle's Discreetly The Pro Bowl, like the Super Bowl is intended to

exploit the individual brilliance of a player, rather than
Hello Hilda turned in two sparkling performanceson team effort.

the Flagler Course last week and appeared to be Even with such valid reasons to showoff; Sayerswas

rounding into top form after two disappointing showings no showboat. He did nothing more than play the
earlier. She won the recent Irish-AmericanClas- only game he knows how to play.
sic at Biscayne and ran second in the 31,400 AU Typical of the player he is when asked how he

Florida Championship,and if she's runningright, she'llbe runs as he does, with a grin that displays bewildermentfrom

tought to beat. not what to answer, but rather how to answer; he
The other standout, before the first heats are run, says, "I don't know how, you don't think about ityou
Renee Powell from
20-yeor-oW amateur golfer
is Good Cause, who won a 3/8ths test by 7Va lengths just do it. It's reaction, anticipation. You don't say I
East Canton Ohio will play In the North-South Tourna-
before moving over to the 7/16ths course for the $5,000 gotta do this, I gotta do that, you don't have time You
ment here Feb. 8-72.M/am/-M/ News Bureau photo.
National Marathon Championship Stake which wound up just do it."

Saturday.At This is the reason Sayers is the great runner he is.
Biscayne he needed an inside box to be at his Ohio State Coed In
best. But he took his first 3/8ths test at Flagler from FRANK ROBINSON'S COMEBACK OF 1966
the No.8 slot and if hekeeps breaking like that he could ..
take it aU.Bob's. GIVES HIM 100 G's FOR '67. '

Vickie, winner of the 0. P. Smith Memorial North-South GolfTournament Frank Robinson, who rebounded from the surpris-
Stake and top star at Miami Beach last summer, schooled ing trade that sent him from Cincinnati to Baltimore and

at the 3/8ths distance for the first time last week led the Orioles to the American League pennant and

and was clocked at 37.6, which is good time for his World Series championship, was named comeback of they
first t ry at this distance. If he runs up to his Miami r Monday.
Beach form he could'be a surprise threat.Mr. .
,
Robinson drew
In her latest tournament an overwhelming 1964 first place
Renee Powell, star ama-
Hodge and discreetly are youngsters who have teur golfer of East Canton, appearances, Renee was run- votes, 685 points in the AP poll conducted among sport
been for the International for some time and both
pointed
the nation.
Ohio, has notified North- nerup in the 1966 championship casters throughout
appear ready for a challenge of this nature, Mr. Hodgewon South Tournament officialsshe flight of the National Arnold palmer received 351 points to run a distant
tworaces impressively week, while Discreetlywas will play in the Feb. Collegiate Athletic Association second. Points were awarded on the basis of three for
unbeated in his first three trys at Flagler. 8-12 event at the City of Invitational and copped first place, two for second and one for third.
Both Randle and Stutz have good back-up candidates Miami Country Club at Mi- first place in the Lustigs
of the Reds d
After Robinson and Bill DeWitt parte ,
Women's Invitational in
in PartY' Partner and pitchy, respectively. Stutz also ami Springs.
the American and the
into
league
Robinson on
stepped
Youngstown, Ohio.
named Now and Compulsive.Most The 20-year-old Ohio
Try of winning the batting triple crown, and his
Dr. Ira P. Davis, execu- strength
State re-
University junior
entries kennel is Ken Hutchings'six.
by single
a the best female tive director of the N-S Tournament brilliant World Series performance, walked off with
with in 1963 and garded as
Ken won the stake Suel's Rose
said this year's award that
was awarded.
Negro golfer in the coun- every
apparently intends to 'em with numbers this
overpower event would be limited to
time. His best ones. look like Cocoa Commel and Cleve try, has :aptured'Utles tourna-in 280 player including pro- His reported signing for $100,000 for 1967 puts him
Comm ci. practically ment she has every entered. fessionals.The in the small select group of the 100 G's earners in

HEAVYWEIGHT This year will mark her pro field will be limited sports.
CHAMPIONSHIP FIGHTA
to 50 with the low 10
North-South
first appear ASHE WINNING IN AUSTRALIAArthur
major sports event of the boxing world will be pros of the 1966 tournament
Ashe Jr. of Richmond, Va., defeated Peter
shown locally with a big screen closed circuit TV pre- ance.Renee, daughter of golf being All exempt others from must qualify McPherson of Australia In McPherson's own territory.
registernot
sentation of the Cassius Clay-Ernie Terrell title bout, professional William Powell, ing.
later than Jan. 29 and 6-1 6-2 6-3 to win the second
of the Clearview Ashe downed McPherson ,
Monday, Feb. 6 from the fabulous Astrodome in HOus- operator
ton, Texas. Country Club in East Canton play qualifying round. round play of the Australian Lawn Tennis Champion-
for the 14th
Pro
purse .
The local showing will take place at the BiscayneDog began swinging golf annual event will be $5,000. ships.
of three.
Track, located off the N.S. X-way at 115th St. clubs Her real at interest the age In the game All amateurs (including Ashe revealed some of his old form,with which he

Tickets for the event are scaled for $5 for general admission came at the age of 12 when women) must also registerby won last year's championship.
and $8 for reserved seats. Free and valet park- she won her first tournament. Jan 29. Upon receipt of
ing will be available and facilities of the BiscayneDog Since that time she has entry fee $21 for women
Track guarantee the presentation (under roof) de- won the United Golf Association and $23 for men confirmation -

spite any possible inclimate weather. j junior title seven including approxi- Star Athletes To Aid
mate startingtimes
qualifying
Boxing promoter Chris Dundee has tickets on sale times in addition to being
national women's will be sent to all registrants -
now at five ticket agencies. Broward county may pur- named in several U.G.A. according to Dr.
chase tickets at the Forum Restaurant on Las Olas by champion Davis.
and United States Golf Association
the sea. The Dade Co. area will be served by Alphie's events. Larry Datchlar Rights Movement

all-night Sundry Shop at 1644 Alton Road, M.B., Farr
Tour's in Coral Gables,The Island Club at NW 2nd Ave.
and 10th St. and at promoter Chris Dundee's Miami boxing. Clay always try for a knockout was the main First of its Kind in Sports HistoryNEW

Beach auditorium office at 1700 Washington Avenue. idea and that if he did't knock the other guy out, i t YORK Formation of the National Sports
There will be no home TV showing of the Clay- could be the opposite way around.It is aximomatic thata Committee In support of the NAACP Lege'% Defense' and
Terrell 15 round title bout. Doorsat the Biscayne Dog fighter, particulary a heavyweight, cannot be both a Educational Fund, Inc. (LDF) was announced In New

Track will open at 8 p.m. on fight night, Monday, Feb. boxer and slugger. But Clay has both.The late Jim Cor- York by the three co-chairmen. Bill Russell Gale Sayers,
bett had both, and he was great. Although with this and Bill White.

I am writing, don't sell Ernie Terrell short.This
story
6.HAS
crudal domestic
The Committee Is the first to deal with a -
CASSIUS CLAY THE KILLER INSTINCT? could be Clay's hardest fight.Terrell has the experienceand Issue such as dvil rights In sports annals.
speed to give Clay trouble.
The time has come, it seems, to talk of Cassius The goal of $100,000, as set by the three co-chairmen,
Clay's killer instinct. Clay doesn't think so, in his rdlects the personal resources and outreach of a large
own inimitable manner, that the murderous urge is es- and steadily growing number of Negro professional ath-
sential to complete in the business of battering noses letes. These men are in a position to make and influence r.'
askew. "If this was so," says Mr. Clay, "Any gunman responsible personal contributions, said Gustav Ilenlng-
could be a great fighter." But that is neither here nor burg, assistant to the president of the LDF.
in Miami. adds that none of the great fightersof
Mr. Clay JOHNSON
of the Boston Celtics; Sayers Is
Russell t Is player-coach .
the what the have elected to call the
had boys
past
star of the Chicaoo Bears and top back of this year'sEastWest
killer instinct. He wants to know why anyone should Pro Bowl game; White is a long-time standoutfor
attempt to belittle his fighting abilities because he is ; of Miami the Philadelphia Phillies.

without it.The .
seem that if are These three co-chairmen have all shown previous concerns
interpretations
popular you
It's never too late the of civil rights.
about
capable of knocking your opponent loose from his lisp problems

with a punch you are a killer; if not you are one of I / [to' have that wedding They all possess leadership capadty above and beyond

these considerate, merciful young men who subscribeto I ;;r picture mode.Will their athletic abilities and they all enjoy wide prestige
the altruistic principle of living and letting your boy among their colleagues throughout the sports professions.The .
friends live. I don't believe any fighter ever climbed \-.z: : __ We

through the ropes with both gloves loaded with preme- Furnish The new role of Negro athletes was constantly stressed
ditated homicide. The difference between Terrell and during the luncheon. Claude "Buddy" Young, former
I the football Yankees, Is now an executive with the
starof
the other a puncher.The
Clay; one is a boxer and Artificial Cake
normal instinct of the fighting man is to fiI I National Football LeagueProfessional c.

njsh his opponent, or try to, once he gets him going. I IMr. athletes by their very nature are leaders.As
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Clay has, through superior hitting skill, been able 1186 NW 38th St. leaders, they ought to be used whenever and wherever
to do this oftener than Mr. Terrell, thus is one a killer T possible.
,
and the other isn't. 635-4748.
chief consultant to the Committeeand
Mr. Young serves as
in
Clay tries for a K.O. because of his experience played a crudal role in its early organization.THE .
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I Powell IP Titled "Keep The faith, Baby!" INCOME PROPERTY CHURCH FOR RENT


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/L of Jubilee Industries, tarian." A portion of Jubilee that he is not an advocate Man's dollar and vote," he dition. One main half seat (
announced this week that Records' proceeds from the of black power but "green admonishes. quiet area. Parking fa-
Harlem's Congressman, album will be donated to and 2 apt. in reor. cilities. $95 mo.
Representative Adam Clay- the National Hack Powell Entire property$20,000and
SHELL REALTY
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the course of his dia-
bilee Industries. logue, Powell refers to Christas 1726 NW 93 STREET

... a "religious beatnick." Darling 2 bedroom, all mica kitchen, fenced, Aetna Realty (Broker)
The front cover of the He calls Negroes "not sec separate garage. Only $12,500 FHA
gatefold LP, shows a recent ond class citizens but third
photograph of Congressman class citizens. The second 820 NW 83 TERRACE 811 NW 54 St.
Powell with a blue sky class citizens are the poor
background. The jacket will 3 bedroom beauty. Near bus line and shopping. Open 7 Days

be subtitled "Adam Clayton Appliances and. air conditioned. FHA terms
Powell's Message To The
World It refers to Powell FOR SALE 2330 NW 89 TERRACECute *
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CBS 2 bedroom, Newly painted inside and out. Life Bsf'B
Awnings, pump and weM.Only $11,000 FHA. s uy-s
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2 bedroom, huge Fla room, sprinkler and well OPEN SUNDAY
and Also cornerlot available.
pump. No quali
.. SLICK BLACK 339 NW 39th STREET fying. MOVE RIGHT IN NO QUALIFYINGCBS

8141 NW 15 AVENUE 2 Urge bedrooms, lovely kitchen cabinets,
DOUBLE ACTIONhwCOIORSGRAYRMR
OWNER: modern bathroom, freshly painted inside and out
BlAK 3 bedroom, 2 bath corner beauty, fenced, Fla
+ On 87th St. Near NW 22nd Ave. Price is $9,000
2 DRESSES HAIR IN PLACE 758-8749 room, awnings. No qualifying. Only $101.00 mo. with $500 down and $90 month pays all. Vacant.We .
all.
pays have k.ys.MOVE .
WE SPECIALIZE IN HOMES FOR PERSONS
RENEWAL. RIGHT IN NO RED TAPE
BEING DISPLACED BY URBAN
ALSO THE VA AND FHA PROGRAM. Modern 3 bedroom, CBS on 89th St. near NW 24th

Buy A Home TodayWEWILL Ave. Jalousie window, carport, sprinkler, system -
King Realty Inc. awnings, $1,000 down. Take over FHA mortgage

HELP YOU WITHTHE FINANCING of $10,800 and $82.67 month pays all.
of Miami Realtor

((1)) 950 NW 51st St. $495 down. $25 week. CLOSE TO NORTHSIDE SHOPPING CENTER

Move right in this lovely CBS home. Large 8000 NW 7 Ave. Modern 3 bedroom CBS at 1540 NW 82nd $t. Tile
roof, Cuban tile floors, large Fla room, near
Fla. room. shopping, bus and schools. Price is $14,000.
PL 1-9708 $1,400 down and $105) moms
all. Bank fin
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((2)) 1759 NW 44th St. $195 down. $22 week. ancing.


((3)) 329 NW 40th St. -Large 3 bedroom House, NEW AREA IN OPALOCKANo

$195 down. I Best in Town qualifying, 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS, built-in
Buys kitchen, tile roof, garage, etc. Modern in every
((4)) 1537 NW 40th St. -3 bedrooms, $250 down, respect. $800 down and take over FHA paymentsof

$22 week. $100.13 pays all Move right in.
NO CLOSING COSTS ON FOLLOWING:

((5)) 660 NW 46th St. $595 down. $89 mo. CBS 4 BEDROOM. Furnished. Enclosed porch, SELLER PAYS ALL COSTS
dining room, 2 car garage, carport, no qualifying Tile icof,extra large Fla room, stove refrigerator.
Big CBS, 3 bedroom house, carport! $1,000 down, $10,000 total. House will be painted to suit buyer. FHA i

price $11,500 with $350 down and $65.11 month.

((6)) 901 NW 66th St. 3 bedroom house. $90 $18 MO. $300 DOWN. CBS beauty, 2 bedroom,
BUNCHE PARK 3
BEDROOM CBS
month. screened porch, dining room, utility room, car- I
port. $12,500 FHA. Freshly painted inside and out. 3 bedroom CBS I
at 15705 NW 27th Ave. Awnings windows, large
((7)) 2025 NW 91st St. Beautiful duplex. $350 $81 MO. PAYS ALL. CBS 3 bedroom. Enclosed fenced yard. Near shopping, bus and schools. k

down, carport, FHA terms, Live rent free. porch, dining room, utility room, appliances. FHA price $9,500, $300 down and $59.01 month
$1,000 down. $11,500 total. Vacant, we have key.Seller pays all closing costs.
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((8)) 2192 NW 92nd St. Beautiful duplex, RICHMOND HEIGHTS 3 BEDROOM CBS t'
$300
DOWN. $15 MO. Large CBS on 2 lots. Zoned
$700 down, $100 month. R2. Appliances, air cond. $12,000 FHA. 14960 Jackson Street, tile roof, awning windows, f
freshly painted insideand out. $10,700
$350 down, $66.39 month and seller pays all
((9)) 9230 NW 16th Ave. $1,000 down. $95 $80 MO. NO QUALIFYING. 2 bedroom, 2 bath, closing costs. Vacant, we have key.

f' Month includes everything. CBS home, Fla CBS beauty, Fla room, dining room, carport,
fenced. $1OOOdown, $14,500 total. LARGE DUPLEX IN ALLAPATTAH AREA ,
room, some furniture. Corner CBS 2 bedrooms each side, tile roof, r

CORNER 2 CBS HOMES ON 2 LOTS. 3 bedroom, awning wlndowl, appliances, owner will paint I
774 < 4 : dining utility inside and out, refinish floors, make like newl
jW70thSf.;?' '->; bedroomsgWS'clownV, .r } ; room room carport, appliances. 2 f
: bedroom house, completely furnished $600 down. FHA price $16,000 with $600 down and $98.78 \
1534 NW 44th3 bedrooms, $150"down1324 /: month and seller all costs.
'. I'. ,, .," $16,500 FHA. pays :a

NW 58th Ter.-3 bedrooms,'$150 down/: WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES ;
3
UNITS COMPLETELY FURN. Plus duplex lot.
NO QUALIFYING PAY $25 WEEK FRONT: CBS, 2 bedroom, enclosed porch, dining YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR
> room, carportREAR: 1 bedroom, CBS duplex, $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING
reasonable down. $16,500 total. DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY
WE ARE OPEN SATURDAY & SUNDAY
WE HAVE MANY OTHER GOOD BUYS WE HAVE INCOME? PROPERTIES, TOOl)

ATTENTION VETERANS- HOMES FOR $100 DOWN FOR VETS& DISPLACED PERSONS ;

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FORD REALTYINC. Broker SHELL REALTY NW 7th Ave PI, 9-4311 \


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1 Nice 1 bed duplex. At*. $19.

15 WORDS OR LESS SI.50. SO FOR ADDITIONAL WORD. Nice 1 bed CBS apt. 1750.
DEADLINE FOR Good 2 bed., rear house $22.
CLASSIFIED ADS WEDNESDAY NOON
Corner 1 bed. CBS duplex apt.

$19 week.

i FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE CBS, 1 bed. duplex apt. $19.,

1240 NW 31st StreetTotaltl0.500. Three bedroom 1 bed. porch plus.Duplex apt.
CBS. No closing -
Only 350 $100 Down to GIs $19.LIBERTY.
down costs. $425
down.
$94.17per
Veterans $100 down and'month $78 month pays all. Home is 5 Close in 17th Ave., comer, RENTAL AGENCY (
pays all for this charm years old, one owner, clean Fla room, 2 large bedroom, 2020 NW 62nd street It'J
ing 2 bedroom, one bath spot and nice. $12,500 FHA valua- completely fenced. 633-7809 L SV

less home. Tile roof utility, tion. Biscayne Realty, Inc. $92 mo. pays all. Hurry, this Come into our office and we, ;. _
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awnings, this is a wonderful Broker, 7598600. won't last. Call Harry or He- will show you a good apt.
buy, so drive by and call me len Denny, Tip Top Realtors, Billy Daniels, right, who appears at Dean Mart/it's

to see. A. Den-Kori, Realtor, CBS dream house. $370 down. 685-0021. 13906 NW 7th Ave. restaurant, meets with an old friend, public rotations
call anytime, 751-2243. No closing costs. $84.77 per HELP WANTED man, Jerry Carver. Carver did the publicity at the

mo.Home has huge Fla room. $100 Down Payments Copa City nite club when Daniels/ was featured at
School
626 NW 47th Street Terrazzo High Graduate-over
and Cuban' tile 2-3-4 bedroom CBS like new.
No qualifying, only $500 floors thruout.Near Northside buy 21 male or female. Must be that club in the "Old Black Magic" room. Carver now
can vets
down, total price $10.900. $11,300. FHA valuation. Bis- vets.Anyone Payments ,from $59 or non-mo. able to type. Fairly good i In handles the PR work for the Florida Memorial College

Drive by and see this nice cayne Realty, Inc.Broker, pays all one mortgage. Call ing mathematics. Good References.handwrit- Development fund. Entertainer Daniels is an a/urmus/
comer property,very nice and 759-8600. necessary. of the college and is the college
clean, partly furn., has stove now we have the keys. Harry Apply in person evening after on advisory board.

and refrig., and rugs and car- Like new CBS, Fla room, and Helen Denny, 685-0021. 7 p.m. Cousin's Record shop,
pet,wall to wall, bedrooms.. carport, awnings, completely 13906 NW 7th Avenue. 2715 NW 54th St. No phone For Sale Owner ...
This is a good buy. Drive by fenced yard. On NW 56th su --- calls (Indf) By

then call me. A. Ben-Kori, Near 15th Ave. 1 mtg. No $100 Down to Vets
Realtor, 612 NW 60th St. Call closing costs. Only $200 deposit $400 FHA,CBS nice Ft a.room,. Elderly lady to live in and 3 bedroom large furnished Dade County
anytime, 751-2243. on FHA terms. Call I 2 large bedrooms, carport and take of my children. Stake wall wall elec-
Pine House to carpeting
of ,
---- 751-8642. Universal Real garage, completely fenced care my children. Salary
845 NW 83rd Terrace Estate, Realtor, Inc. 4600 NW yard, like park. Big barbquetsprinklers I $25 per week. Will be tric kitchen. Rear: 2 bedroom furnished

2 bedroom, CBS, with very 7th Ave. 751-8642. awnings, fruit home all day Saturday, 8220 month. Total
Income
$260
duplex.
a price
large Fla roomcarport, patioin trees, FHA price $12,500, NW 14th Place.KfiSCELORBous.

rear,this is a beautiful like CBS, $420 down, includes Call now, Harry or Helen $12,500--Good terms. Adjoining Lot: 2 bed-

new property, just what you prepayments. No closing Denny, Tip' Top Realtors, CBS house $12,000. All in good
have been looking for in Arcola costs. $86.48 per month. A 685-0021. 13906 NW 7th Ave. Qualified adults, interestedin room, very
Gardens a must see, so beautiful home on 75 ft. lot education. 15 to 20 hours, condition.

drive by, then call me to see. landscaped. 'Appliances are Fantastic bargain CBS home. training free.Money unlimit .
NW St. 754.9450rwIwJilIiiii
Total FHA terms, $15,000 included. $12,000 FHA valua- FHA value. $10,000-my price Call Mrs. Bourne 6217394. 572 51

with $450 down.Veterans only tion. Biscayne Realty, Inc. $7,500. Need at least$3,000
$100 down. It won't last. A. Broker. Inc. 759-8600. cash. See 339 NW 39th st. MISCELLANEOUSComplete

Ben-Kori,realtor,612 NW60thSt. % Call owner. 758-8749. Septic Tank 24
anytime 751-2243. CBS home, 9800.00' FHA
,
-- hour service. Real low
cost.
valuation. $350 down total. !1 1We
New houses
now being com- 635-5129.
Something Special No closing costs. $71.12 per
This is a very special property month pays all. One owner pleted other ,one close-in on NW locations--3 41st St. and can teach radio disc jockey, sports announcing -w

front house has two bedrooms, home with large kitchen, oak CHILDCARENew
bedrooms, 2 baths weather forecasting
2 baths, rear house has 1 bed- floors. A good bargain. Biscayne -, all garage news castingand
custom built good Antioch Moriah
terms
1 bath. This is 'a Realty, Inc. 759-8600. Daycare
room,
very with TV .
10% down Call Realtor, ce nter. Will pick up. 6332797. appearances.DAY
I large new property. Only 6
years 01 d.Modem kitchenverygood CBS very well kept. $10,500 Sonny Wright, builder's representative -. or 6962064. 1831 NW 49th St.

buy, live almost rent FHA $350 down total. No Universal Real
Estate, Inc.4600 NW 7th Ave. Good clean home. Opa-locka.
free closing costs. $77.68
by renting rear. FHA per 751-8642 area. 685-1137.
terms of $18,000, or make month. Real nice home with

cash offer. Call me for sure large screen porch cji extra Only $100 down, 2-3-4 bedroom Infant and toddle day care in
to see. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, large lot. Biscayne Realty, CBS, low monthly pay- .my home. Will take very good
751-2243. Inc. Broker, 759-8600. ments, no closing cost, one care of your child. Phone

mortgage, two houses available 759-8335.
5661 NW 6th Avenue Duplex, CBS, 2 bedroom, 1 with 2 bedrooms with monthly

FHA terms, $15,000 total. bath each side. Large kitchen, mortgage payments only $47. CLASSES A.M. to 1:00: P.M.
Only $450 down. This is a 2 tiel roof, low, low down pay- Universal Real Estate, Inc.,
bedroom, 2 bath with Fla ment, 4801 NW 19th Ave.callMr. 4600 NW 7th Ave. 751-8642. FOR SALE NIGHT CLASSES 7:00: to 10:00: P.M.

room, garage full it in kitchen, White CLASSES Monday Wednesday
624-4874. (TF) 4 bedroom. $400 down. Thursday
this Vets $100
is lovely. only
A must see. Call anytime, A. ----- FOR RENT Near 79th St. CBS fenced Instructors: Jack McDermott, AI Leibert,
3 bedroom, 2 bath, beautiful,
Ben-Kori Realtor 612 NW yard. Jim Dunlap and Rick Shaw
like new. Walk to stores and Lovely fume room. Lake front ..
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60th St. Call anytime, 751- .home. 696-2240. ifci | ; -
buses, 3rd bedroom and bath imARANT'E'E' "
2243. _WE PLACEMENT
has separate entrance. Can --- $350 down. Opo'tocka.
be used for apt. $600 down one bedroom apt Fum. 3 bedroom fenced ":
Adults CBS .
3 bedroom waterfront
CBS, FHA. Owner will pay all only. References. low ; PERKINS RADIO PROFESSIONAL INST.
garage, a hot FHA deal, only Apply 29 NW 52nd St. Mgr. yard. Others as as
cost. 751-3748. Adolth stone, .. 1596 NW 36th
$600 down payment. Seller Apt. 2.Three. $100 down. Gh "" Avenue'
pays closing costs. Location Realtor. f Miami Florida
--- > 6344664EDISON
--- MARY L. BENTON
9251 Little River Blvd.( 14th 3 bedroom CBS beauty. 1460 Bedroom House. 3712 ,
Ave NW) Open Sunday 1-5 NW 35th St. Small down pay- NW 20th Ct. Rear house. Realtor
p.m: Fenster Realty, Broker, ment, partially furn. All&pat- Freshly renovated. $43 every 751.8536
PL 98779. tan Realty, 6330426.No two weeks. Drive by then call
--- Biscayne Realty, Inc Broker,
2 nice houses lot. UP TO 4Q/
on one qualifying, 2035 NW 93rd 759-8600. SAVE
Good deal for people'selling Terr. This one is a beauty. ----- ON 1 1
their homes to Urban Renewalor Small down payment, partly 1 large bedroom apt. nicely Specials 0
Expressway. Drive by 351 furnished. Allapattah Realty furn. Fla room. Adults only Auto Insurance
NW 45th St., then call Fenster 6330426.NW $85 per mo. 757-0177.
Realty, Broker, PL 98779. Liability Physical

section by owner, 2 bed- Roomshot water tat all times. DamageSR OPEN AFTER 2 P.M. SUNDAY

2 bedroom CBS FHA porch. room CBS, large Fla room, 691-7034. Can call all night 22 Filing 835 NW 84 STREETCBS
Only $250 down, seller oavs conventiently located 757- up to 930; a.m. and afternoonat No One Refused floors
terrazzo windows
awning
closing costs. Drive by 1427 5607. 7130. type car
NW 51st St.Then call Fenster GOOD DRIVERS port. $300 down FHA. No closing costs County J..

Realty, Broker, PL 9-8779. 3 duplexes. Excellent deals. Fum. 1 bedroom apt. Air cond. No Finance Chargeas taxes only 60 feet frontage.
One 2 bedroom, 1 bath each and spacious. Adults only. little
Genie Homes, New CBS, 3 one 2 bedroom, 1 bath, 1 bed- 1210 NW 77th Terr. (reference as
bedroom, 2 bath, hardwood room, 1,bath, one 1 bedroom, needed) 15% DOWNAT DRIVE BY THESE THEN CALL EDISON

floors, good location. Built- 1 bath each side. Good locations ((1)) 1461 NW 92nd St. Extra special. Very large

in oven-range, drive by 1030 reasonably priced. Rea- Room in private home. Prefer SHELL'S CITY CBS home, 1ft bath. 75x100 lot. Tile roof din
NW 51st St. and 1954 NW 41stSt. sonable down payments. No gentleman 633-0604 or 758- (South Door) ,
Then call Fenster Realty, qualifying. Call broker right 9717. ing room, Fla room, large agrage. $16,500 total.

PL 98779. now, Martin M. Berney, 624- PLAZA INSURANCE FHA terms. Many extra features.
6983. 1 bedroom apt. fum. close to AGENCY
3 bedroom, 2 bath, carport on town. Suitable for couple. ((2)) 44 NW 47th Terr $250 down FHA 2 bedroom -

Cravero Lake Estates, tile 3 bedroom, 1 bath CBS, utilityroomcarport Only $20 weekly. 635-6515. Phone: 754-4951 CBS, Fla room, plus screen porch. No closing -

roof, bank financing, only with excellent deal. 5941 NW 7th- Avenue cost. Nice and clean In and out.
substantial down payment onlyso Down payment reasonable. Rent orlease. Fully equipped
if you have a few thousand Take over balance at $80 mo. barber shops, 2 chairs. $85
((3)) 2431 NW 93rd Terr CBS on 75x106 lot. $300
dollars this is a good deal. Call broker for other information per mo. Tel. 693-0290.
Drive by 1240 NW 88th St., Martin M. Berney, 624-6983. II YEARS OP RESPONSIBLEBUILDING down FHA, no closing cost. Fla room, carport.

Then call Fenster Realty, SERVICE TO
Broker, PL 98779. 3 two bedroom, 1 bath houses 2 room effcy. Utilities, furn. THE COMMUNITY ((4)) 4100 NW 1st Ave 3 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS,
available FHA and no quali $15 per week. 5035 NW 5th
tile roof, garage. $3,000 down. No qualifying.
.
Fum. duplex, great location. fying. Call broker right now. Ave. When BUYING; ., BUILDING ...

1360 and 1364 NW 46th St. Martin M. Berney, 624-6983. -1 bedroom-apt. Fum. or un- CALL STANLEY ((5)) 429 NW 56 St 3 bedroom frame.$6500 all
St. across from school and fum. Adults only. 6817001. cash.
buses. Price $10,300. Owner '61 Chevy van, very clean.
be used as school bus. PL (-3881
FR 3-8369 271-5733. Can
---or 633-2797. 1931 NW 59th St. Room.nably. Men Call only 759-3360 to live anytime reaso-, Beautiful Homes ((6)) 60 NW 42nd St Lovely CBS duplex. $400

Beautiful fume duplex 1 apt. morning or evening preferably. Built on Your Let down FHA.2 bedroom each lid. Terrazzo floou.

Near will pay store for, buses.all expenses.300 ,NW Coupe One ,owner 1959,original Impala mileage.Sports 2295 NW 87th Street ef Our ((7)) 3738 NW 19th Ave Duplex, 2 bedroom plus
Alteration
83rd St. By owner. Top condition, bargain 633- Large comer house with Attractive*and Addition (alousied porch each side. Both sides central

-Large-3-bedroom, 2 bath, garage 7809 or 759-4174. Agency large yard.$27 weekly.Liberty 2020 Rental NW .Let. U s Demolish air condition and heat. $3,000 down, no

fenced comer. $18,000, 62nd St. 633-7809. Yewr Worn OutHouse qualifying.WE .
$700 down. $138 per mo pays Another special for people and Build a
all. Many extras. Prime NE with money. 3 bedroom CBS, 3146 NW 61st St. Nice housein Lovely New Horn HAVE MANY HOMES AND DUPLEXES,
area. By appointment only. near 7th Ave. Furn. Porch. rear. $20 per week.Liberty Call Ui for Fact Akowt FHA TERMS OR NO QUALIFYING.YOU .
Call owner 9491036. 44th Rental Agency, 2020 NW 62ndSt. Building
Drive by 675 NW st. .
CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR
633-7809.
Then call Fenster Realty, Goad Bank financing
CBS by owner, 2 bedroom. Broker, PL 9-8779. $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING
Large Fla room, awnings, 1 Room in private, home. 1865 I DISPLACED.AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY.
1I
landscaped, conveniently located I JW 69th Terr. Call afternoon STANLEY BUILDERS,

See to appreciate 757- Direct from owner. 3 bedroom ,691-0106. inc.Licensed .w+
6507. in best area. Corner, carport, _--- EDISON REALTY Realtors
---,-- porch, oak floors, l large room, I,1139 NW 7th Ct. 1 bedroom Insured ,

l Very House.day 3 reasonable.to 6.8150 NW Open 14th Sun-Ct. See Move down at payment.right 4232 NW in.No 11th call qualifying.PI.owner Low 'I Liberty ipu IW 62nd, free Rental St.electric 633-7809.Agency, $14 weekly., 2020 888 N. E. 79th StraatMiami'Florida ]. '75; H.W, 62nd' St 75T-2441 .

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] a v senator in the history of the Maryland State Senate, is shown taking the oath of of-
fice with fellow state senators, Carl Friedler and Paul Dorf, last week in the State

Captiol from Senator Mary Nock, president pro-temp of the Senate Senator Mitch It
\ former NAACP student sit-in leader, had completed a four year term in the House

when he won election to the Senate.

I f Senator Mitchell Is the son of the nationally known civil rights leaderClarence

<. ff Mitchell, Jr., director of the Washington Bureau NAACP.

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I How to Prepare Surplus Food CommoditiesThe Police flush Shotgun Assailant I

by Mrs. Salome Wallace, cen- Mrs. Alice Evans.Unfortunately .
Consumer Education minutes to make Hall chargehis Hall and Spence, who reportedly -
Home Management aides of ter; Mrs. Bernice Phillipson there were Willie James Hall, 32, an live and work together
the EOPI H-1 Center of South the left; Miss Henrietta many others attending that employe at Campbcl1'alaborcamp mind.
I at the Campbell ,
j were unable to be on When the officers found camp
Johnson, supervisor on the seen
Miami directed by James E. in South Dade, shot
the photos. In the background him, he was lying on his got in a fight over woman,
I Bowman, former truck farmer In
Willie
right.The Spence
22-year-old
who joined the EOPI when bottom picture shows are some of the things that back, eyes filled with terror, a deputy said.
\ this the attentive observers. From were on exhibit at the same the chest Sunday afternoon his lying in the grass a Hall grabbed theshotgunand
center opened a couple gun
:'. of months ago, gave a surplus left to right are Mrs. Lonnie time made by the women of the then took his 12-gauge shot- few feet away. fired, then ran across
I foods demonstration Martin and Mrs.Evelyn Spann. area who are members of the gun into a mangrove thicket the field Thepolice were call-
s by Mrs. Salome Wallace supervised Second row Mrs. Lillie Mae Homemaker's Sewing club. and dared police to get him. Hall stood at command ed by someone. Hall was
-''I I home management aide, assist Jordan, Mrs. Hattie Middelton, There has been much enthusiasm Crowds of farm workers of the officer, was handcuffed charged with assault with
,f ed by Mrs.-.Bernice Phillips, Mrs. Delores Miller; third stirred among the reci- stood with bated breath on and walked out of the intent to commit murder,Metro
.\ home management aide and row, Miss Mamie Phillips, pients of the surplus foods. the gravel road to see Hall woods to road where his Lt. Charles Maddox said
\ Miss Henrietta Johnson, home Mrs. Qibbs, Mrs. Victoria Photos by Robert Pol tier, were searched. Three
staff die in his shoes. But they pockets Spence, whose wounds
and EOPI photographer.
Lillie Jefferson
Mack, M.
management aide shells found,
were
jl supervisor. were disappointed. took unused were slight, was treated at
The demonstration stressed 12 courageous policemen 35 police said. Baptist Hospital
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the importance of preparingthe
surplus food commodities The Shepherd's VoiceBy
properly. They have found
that the foods were not used
Bishop Pop J. Williams

by they some did of not the know people how because to prepare Founder and of ?
i\ them. Temple Christian pastor Liberty Mission BUYING A NEW CAR ?

I In the top picture women Assembly and Church, 6702
in the area are being taught NW 15th Ave., Miami, Fla. I
how to use the surplus food. "I will lift up mine eyes It rr
unto the hills from whence i
FUND-RAISING cometh my help.My help cometh /
SUPPER AT CUTLER from the Lord which made
heaven and earth. Psalm
RIDGEThe 121:1-2. SRI
God has been ourhelp forages
neighborhood block past, our hope for yearsto
clubs established in the war come. He will my strength L T
against poverty in the area and portion be, until life hereis .J
of Perrine and Goulds will done.
'.. hold a fund-raising supper in Today, we can look up
the Cutler Ridge Community with full assurance that God SAVE
Center at7:30 p.m.on Jan. 27. will not fail. We can look up
The supper, to which the to God like a child looks toe
food will be donated by th his father for help. All put BISHOP POP J. WILLIAMS
members of the block clubsis help comes from the Lord.
designed to raise moneyfor There are times we need prayer. Never feel that you Finance Your Car with Our
the emergencies of thosein I counsel and guidance along have come to the end.
the community whom thai 1 r with divine prayer to help us Think of the times David
neighbors want to help. Tick, look up to God. Whenever you met with perplexity. Each
I ets for the supper are $1.00 need help and spiritual deliverance time he looked up to God, and AUTO LOAN!
I per 'person and these proceeds come to Liberty by prayer of deliverance, he
t will be used to establishthe Temple pastor's office. Open could always say, "My help
emergency fund. daily. Let's go to God in comes from the Lord."


I 1. Shop around fur the car you want. Bring us the

make, model and price

F'L1' illNIiTig4HE ;' 2. We will okay your loan quickly and with no red

,.. tape. Our loan policy is very liberal we want

to make loans.


fI 3. Interest can bias low as 4%4% on a new car, and

payments for as long as 36 monthsthe lowest

payments possible. We also make loans on used
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I Pint fully btirgrattd bank in the entire Sovshessr-
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6013 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone 754431
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