The Miami times
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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: February 3, 1967
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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has already lost the chairman- Several members of the
ship of the Education and House including two on the
Labor Committee and is tem- investigating committee in 1 1t
porarily barred from his Congressional Washington said payment of I
+ seat during a the money should help Powell's
probe in Washington. case.ExNorth I,

1 1r Dade Athlete \

Gets Life for MurderTwentytwoyearold

Ge- Alonzo at the Kayo Service ,
rald J. Arline, a former high Station 14401 NW 27th Ave.,
school track star, was sen- where the victim worked.
tenced to prison for life I IJ
Tuesday for a 1965 holdup Alonzo, 26, who lived at
teacher.,1' murder. 1743 NW 112th St., was shot 1
Circuit Judge William He- in the back andhis pockets Jacquelyn Yvonne Croumel,
'star t r nn, in passing the sentence, pockets emptied in the robbery. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jake
Croumel, has been named in
Arline he could be paroled -
Outstanding Young Women of
when he reached 30 if Arline of 14370 NW 22nd America, an annual biographical -
he would remember what he Ave., was a sophomore in compilation sponsored by I t
was taught at North Dade April, 1963, when he ran the leaders of women's ora anlz a-.
High School. 220-yard dash in 20.1 seconds tions.

Tho youth pleaded guilty during the Dillard Relays in In, a letter to Mr. and Mrs.
last month to the Dec. 10, Ft. Lauderdale new recordfor I
Croumel Jan. 15 the editor
.. ; ()t'.U.. 1965 gun murder of Aldo R. high schools at that time. on
Mrs. Bogle, said
Mrs. Marian Dean, a sented plaques at a "Your daughter has been
grade teacher at January 24 when : named one of this nation's I
Elementary School, has cent Joe Hall was outstanding women. .
young ,
signally honored by the' speaker.Mrs. Broward County This is a tremendous honor,
mi Jaycees for finishing Dean is a & and I'm sure you are proud
cond in a contest to Florida A&M of her.
Dade County's has done graduate "Her selection made
Section Starts
Florida A&M and the
Educator for 1966-67.
by our Board of Advisory Edi- j
James A. Fleming, a sity of Miami. She is tors on the basis of her '(
tory and geography of the first grade achievements and her contributions -
at Glades Junior High schools. This Week to her
Mother of three family, com
won top honors, Jeffrey munity, state and nation.
Pamela 14 Bertram
sinelc a government ; A complete biographical !
at Coral Gables High., and Alexander, 4, i" sketch of Miss Croumc""s '
live Starting happy. '
at 1042 NW 48th today'The'MiamllTimuis! achievements is presented in
third.The honorees were Dean Is also a school to extend its coverage into Broward County.So the 1966 edition of "Out-

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"ft from our neighbors to the north that we have book will be placed in collegeand

),f ;,sr + Employers\ RemindedMimimun included a Broward County Section under the public nation.libraries throughout

,I, ,' ,. the editorship of Gregg Hamm of Fort lau- Jackie Is a 1960 graduateof
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: : : : ; derdale. On 10 11 and 16 will Northwestern Senior High.
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She received her college
Now t'40 I find lively news and columns from Fort lau- education at Oakwood in (
[ Wage Huntsville, Ala., and is work-
: derdale Ranches
; Dania Pompano Carver
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,,, .. _._, >, laitftffliflTiii.iit.A._ . ,.". !... ing for her master's degree in ,
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and Deerfield. We hope like it. music at Andrew University
Employers across the nation ject to overtime pay provisions nual gross sales. The annual I you in Michigan. She Is to graduate -
were reminded this week requiring not less than gross volume of sales in May.
that amendments to the Fair one and one-half times the standard will be reduced
Labor Standards Act become employee's regular rate for from $500,000 to $250,000on

effective February 1. The re- all hours worked over 40 a February \, 1969. Thereis J.lJ!! ',,

minder came from Regional week. For newly covered no minimum business vol- 'II,!' t'" 100... ,. ,, -,.....
Director ,Henry A Huettner non-farm employment over ume test for coverage of ... ) JoII.
i of the Wage and Hour and time pay is due after 44 hoursa construction firms,laundries
Public Contracts Divisionsof week during the first year and dry cleaners, hospitals,
the U. S. Department of following February 1, after nursing homes and schools.
Labor here. 42 beginning February 1, If employers or employees -
He pointed out thatworkers 1968, and after 40 hours have any questions on
in employment now effective February 1, 1969. how the amended Act ap-
covered by the law will be Regional Director Huett- plies, they are invited to con
entitled to a minimum wage ner noted that there are exem- tact the nearest WageHourOffice
of at least $1.40 an hour ptions from the pay require of the U. S. Depart h' :' T Y
until February 1,1968whenIt ments. By way of example, ment of Labor, 1527 Federal 1
goes to$1.60. Newly covered he pointed out that newly Office Building, 51 S.
non-farm employment will covered hotel,motel and rest- W. 1st Avenue, Miami, Flor-
be subject to a minimum aurant employees areexempt ida 33130, telephone 350-
hourly wage of atleast$1.00 from overtime, as are hired 5767. 4
an hour which will Increase farm workers. The retail or Representatives are avail
by 15 cents per hour each service establlshmentexemption able to answer questions and
year until it reaches $1.60on from the minimum wage give Information to both em- >M
February 1, 1971. The and overtime provisions will ployers employees. They r kT
coverage of the Act has been continue to apply to establish have a non-technical
extended to employees of ments which are not in a "Handy Reference Guide"
more retail and service establishments } $500,000 enterprise or, if and other publications per- a, _
; and to certain in such an enterprise, have taining to the various pro r _
hotels, motels, restaurants; less than $250,000 in an visions of the Act.
to laundries and dry cleaners : ii

hospitals; to public and and nursing private Dr. Williams Heads Dade I

home3; and to public and

private elementary and well secondary War On Poverty JAMAICA- IN"
schools as as

Dr. H. Franklin Williams, president.U. .
ing.Huettner Dr. Katie W. Wickham, orchid to ()I'. Wickham from II. Bronner of Atlanta,
the Attorney
vice president University S. Assistant District
said agricultural resident, of the National the sorority, with Louise national public relations di,
workers who are employedon of Miami, is the new pres- James Matthews was leauty Culturists League, Riley standing by. rector of the Pursulan Com-'
farms thatusedmorethan ident of the Economic Opportunity reelected secretary and Gen. 11,ic., and members of the Exe- Members) of the sororitynot pany, with Bill Simmons and
500 man-days of agricul- Program Inc., which E. A. Evans treasurer. c utive Board were in the city present are: Sorors Betty his mighty team of experts,
tural labor in any calendar fights the war on poverty in Cassel, whom a resulution deny on Jan. 26, enroute Collins, Olga Cooper, Rosa will stop in Miami to hold a
quarter of the previous calendar Dade County. of the board: praised for his j amaica for their Mid-Year Lee Dean, Doris Dorsett, beauty clinic Feb. 7 at Sunlight -
year will also be entitled Williams succeeds Alvin extraordinary devotion to E bard meeting.' Vera Williams,Agnes Frazier, Beauty School from 9
to a minimum wage Cassel, prominent Miami the affairs of the agency,will Representatives of the Pearl Hardy, Mary Lopez, a.m. to 4 p.m. demonstratingthe
hour Beach attorney, who headedthe remain on the EOPI's board. Vir lie Thomas, A. S. Waldon, new Persulan relaxer.
of not less thnl.00 an liami beauti! clans met at the The clinic is
EOPI since its The board also resolved to Fannie Williams and Opal sponsoredby
on February 1, $1.15 an inceptionmore I iternational Airport to see King Beauticians Unit No. 7.
hour asof February 1.1968, than twoyears ago. honor Cassel in the near future tl hem off. Soror Mildred Wil- South Atlantic Regional Mrs. Marion M. Muldrow is
and $1.30 an hour begin- Elected with Williams at with a luncheon. \II\Iams of, Theta Nu Sigma Na- Supervisor, Mrs. Beulah B. president; Mrs. Bertha Perry
ning February 1, 1969. the EOPI's annual meetingwas Richard Weatherley is ti onal Sorority Mu Chapter, Hunter of Atlanta was among is reporter.
Work which is already David Fleeman promi- executive director of the P Inch-hitting for Basileus the group. The host was Mr. Feb. 13-19 Is National
covered continues to be sub- nent Miami builder as vice agency. Marian Muldrow, presented an D. A. Julius of Miami Mr. Beauty(Week.(3alnel .


2 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, Febrii ti 3, 1967 \ ," ....>I,',


To Be Equal l! .It.} lT, 1'w

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Executive Director, national Urban League I
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Every now and then something happens which reveals
how absurd prejudice Is. The whole country Rot j jhst such ,
a lesson from the story of what happened (to the Llunl
family when they tried to adopt a 4 1/2 year J tj (girl who We. a I'J*
had been in their foster care since she was $ d&y* old.
It was reported that the county welfare commissioner
refused to let them adopt the child because sh@ Is a blond f,
and blue-eyed and the Liunis, of Italian extinction, are to k
dark-eyed brunettes. Fortunately the story hyd 8 happy
ending a few weeks ago when a court apr adoption. .w Y t
Incidents like this have the beneficial effect o f Shocking
people into the realization that prejudice can pit anyone
and the absurdity of judging people by the color of their

eyes or hair points up the equally stupid pracyce of Judging ..,.
people by the color of their skin. ti I. .Ir,
It also focuses attention on adoption rul@0 and pro cwwutceL
cedures. This is especially acute because of the flight of 1 V'I' ,
thousands of Negro children being brought up in Institutions I '
at the same time that there exist l IIJtj; waiting
lists of white families trying,to adopt children.It .
is time to put the light of reason on this luPject and <<
encourage interracial adoptions. The color IJf; A child's
skin should not determine whether he will languish la an t
orphanage or be brought up in the loving atmosphere '
of, a home where he is wanted ,and needed, Where are t ; : 4'c
many people who would'jump at the chance to adopt
one of these children if state welfare bodies 0tid private
agencies made the effort to encourage it. Although some k Y w
agencies have modified their regulations, old habits die F 9 r

But there have been breakthroughs. Toronto, Canada
has a successful program of placing Negro children in qr e
white homes: Three years ago its Social Planr\/jii Council \
became concerned at the lack of adoption homes fat Negro
childrea They joined with Toronto's adoption: agenciesin
a campaign to explain the need and provide information I a :,
to the public .h 5 Ir; .h
The program: was a success. About 100 c nd"cl1vere ) a .. I 5
placed withfamilles who weren't concerned btfut being

trail-blazers or pioneers; they just' wanted a child in the SCENES DEPICTING ZETAS 47th FOUNDERS' DAY gram WEHS; Mrs. Dorothy Wiggins Adside, prograi..
house and weren't going to let superficial differences like DAY OBSERVANCE. From left to right: (1)) Lucius chairman. (2)) Port of the Blue and White Banquet tables.

skin color or hair color get in the way of to their happiness.Some ; Negro. Crawford, president of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Rho (3) Mrs. Dorothy Baker, presenting plaque to Mrs. RuthN.
adoption agencies attempting &Jw
children have met with similar experiences. If mare white Sigma Chapter; Mrs. Ernestine Moore, president of Delta Polite. ((4)) Amice Presidents-Mrs. Dorothy Baker,
families forget color when they seek to adopt children, Epsilon Zeta chapter, W, Palm Beach; Mrs. Rosa Lee Miami; Mrs. Gussie Jacobs, W. Palm Beach; Mrs. Jim-
many more homes would be enlivened by the Sound of Fortson, president of Beta Tau Zeta Chapter, Miami; mie Dixon, Ft. Lauderdale. (5)) Amicae'Presidents---

happy children and many more couples wOuld reap the Mrs. Virginia Hansberry, president of Delta Eta Zeta Misses Celest Elbert, Devon Murray, Lorraine Duhart,
Urban League has a program of bringing bright NegroI'm Chapter, Ft. Lauderdale; Mrs. Marion H. Shannon, National Barbara Brggs, Mildred Hall. (6)) Mrs. Marguerite Miller
sure that such efforts would be suc essTul. The Editor of the ARCHON; Mrs. Ruth N. Polite, National and Mrs. Ernestine Seymoure. Photos by the Houseo f
Urban League has aprogram of bringing bright Negro Rep. to the S. E. Region for the ten point Pro- the House of Photography.
high school students from the South to live vHfr families
in some New York suburbs during the school year. The
purpose of the program is to give these yo"n sters the Zetas Celebrate' founders'DayIn J
benefits of good pre-college schooling, but the response -
of white families to ten-month tor them
providing a home
with time hon groups. Rep. to the S. E. Region on
keeping Marguerite Miller, a past
indicates that the barriers of prejudice are not difficult to
breach.An ored tradition, Zetas set president; Mrs. Ernestine On display were gifts to WEHS AFFAIRS: Virginia
be sent to each of the five Hansberry, Associate Editorof
interracial adopton drive should be led bV people aside a day before, on or Moore representing Delta
16th and of founders. Gifts were presented the Archon. Each presi-
after January each president Epsilon
who are- leaders in their community and w\,o have the
. social and economic security to open their homes and year to commemorate the ZetaAV. Palm Beach; Mrs. Mr. Lucius Crawford; lo- dent and organizer of an
their hearts to homeless Negro children. Once people see founding of their Sorority. Virginia Hansberry, president cal charter members Pauline Amicae group as well as each
that community leaders act this way, whatever; Resistance This year, Zetas from West of Delta Eta Zeta-Ft. Styles Willis Glendena president of an Amicette
exists will falter. Whatever problems will be encounteredare Palm Beach and Fort Laud- Lauderdale and Mrs. Rosa Carey Edwards, Dorothy J. group received a gift.
small Indeed beside the opportunities anc\ regards to erdale, Florida gathered in Lee Fortson-Miaml. McKellar. Others receiving The 1968 Founders' Day
gifts were National officers Observance will be held in
be reaped.I Miami, Sunday, January Representing Amicae
once met a fellow on a plane who proudly showedme 22, for their 47th observ Chapters were presidents Marian H. Shannon, re- Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
snapshots of his family. In addition to hie( own three ance. Their auxiliary Gussie Jacobs, W. Palm elected Editor of the Archon; Hostess chapter will be Delta
children, he had three Asian children and yir e Negro groups, Amicae and Ami- Beach; Jimmie Dixon, Ft. Ruth N. Polite, National Eta Zeta.
children whom he had adopted. He had a mlJ1i ture UN cettes celebrated with them. Lauderdale; and Dorothy
at home. His pride and the smiling faces of the children Mrs. Dorothy Wiggins Baker, Miami. The Am-
were a lesson to anyone who doubts that interracial' adoption Adslde, Principal of Douglass Icettes were represented by COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE TV SERVICE
would work.SEPTIC. Elementary School, presidents Celeste 1 Elbert,
served as general chairman. who spoke for Sandra Bald. STEREO RADIO TAPE RECORDER
Working with her were win of W. Palm Beach; Dev-
Mmes. Bernice Biggins, on Murray, Ft. Lauderdale; i :
Marian Dean, Annie M. and Lorene Duhart of Mi VET TV

TANK UBlE,11 Ivey, Josephine Mackey, ami.Mrs.
TR Huth Polite, Lydia Richard. Ruth N. Polite de- i TED FORMERLY OF JET IS NOW VET
son Laura Saunders and livered the Founders' Day

When your septic tank drain begin to 91vo YOII Gladys H. Smith. message. She spoke with eloquence 379-7735
t The day began with a on the "The Chal.
don't'fun call
trouble, or curie, us. Chppm4n
worship service at the St. lenge and The Gauntlet.
Washington NW section Call HE 5.9089 t. James A.M.K. Church. The icae presented her apia I 846 NW 2ND AVENUE OPEN 9 TO 9MUHAMMAD'S

4 early afternoon was spentin l c que, honoring her as
24 HOUR SERVICE renewing friendships and their organizer and present i it
socializing with families and sponsor.To .
friends at the home of Mr. commerate the occasion
and :Mrs. Zebedee Vickers.At a blue and white
: three o'clock the group bouquet grew in arrange-
re-assembled at Scando ment as each one spoke and
2 Locations to Serve You! II ouseSmorgasbord, placed a flower in a tall

8515 Biscayne Boulevard, vase. This dramatized the / ,
for the Blue and White founding of the sorority and I
Founders' Day Banquet.Beta the organization of the three
Tau Zeta Chapter Is chapters and their auxiliaryr
Dugie's Paradise to be congratulated for mak-'
ing this a gala affair. Mrs.
Rosa Lee Fortson is President jou au e4'sd4c wttd to at <<4
2966 NW 47th St. 633-9995
of the chapter.
Lucius Crawford, President MOSQUE No. 29
of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity -
greeted the group in fSmillnq r Hear the life
giving teachings of the
Dugies Guest Hoi&e behalf of the local chapter Honorable Elijah Muhammad
and recalled how Zeta Phi

2941 NW 47th St. 634-3851 Beta Sorority, the sister
group, was founded by two Meetings:
Sigma men, Charles Robert
Taylor and Langston Taylor SUNDAY 2:00 P. M.
There are no better rooms on earth, than the In 1920 on the campusof Wednesday and Friday 8:00 P. M.

rooms you will find at DUGIE'S PARADISE.' Howard University. In ,
5245 N. W. 7th AVENUE :
his remarks he urged his Eddie Lee Pitt-
Seeing is believing. The accommodations sisters to continue to hold man, popular local busi bstan to the Radio. Edition of "Mr. Muhammad Sp.alc$" \
you'll receive, you will find only in this high the objectives of serviceto nessman. Is the new own Sunday, 5 30 A. M. WFAB 990 on the Dial
all mankind, scholarshipof er of the Dive-Inn Mar 6:30 A.
brother. M. WMIE 1 1140 on the Dial
the finfst quality and Finer 1772 NW 7Nh! St. Phone
Womanhood. 91-91.11;! He invite, all Read MUHAMMAD SPEAKS Newspaper
Jamaica Dugie, Always a Friend, his old friends to come
Speaking on "organiza uml meet new friends. .
tional rcn 'Ctlons" were Mrs. ,;.''Kveiyone welcome Imlf

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 3, 1967 3 ,

filibuster Vote, 'Kick In CASHIERS LIFE INSURANCE ELECT Jobs For Negroes Won (

The Teeth', Wilkins Says meeting OFFICERSAt the of the regular Life Insurance monthly By- NAACP Unit in Miss. !(

I NEW YORK The Senate's the 53 to 46 defeat of the do- coming before= the Congressin Cashiers and Office managers -
PORT GIBSON, Miss. to appoint a Negro police-
Association of Miami,
refusal Tuesday, Jan. ture petition, told newsmen the future.
The Claiborne County, Miss. man in this town of 2,900
24, to permit a vote on a that "while the rest of the The filibuster rule, In the Florida the following new .
Branch of the NAACP has persons, and a Negro deputy ,
motion to bring about a country moves ahead, the past, has been used to block officers were elected for the
lifted ten-month sheriff for the t
a protest against county.
change in the antifilibusterrule Senate stands still facing civil rights legislation.. year 1967:
white businesses after major stores have
President Mrs.
"a backward. Betty Feg-
represents victory for winning list of concessionsfrom agreed to hire Negro clerks.
standpatlsm within that He said defeat of the anti- Defeat of the bipartisandrive reus, State Mutual of America a
the white of lIe further reported that
body," said Roy Wilkins, filibuster resolution, which to make it easier to ; Vice President Miss
this hospitals and the ,
executive director of the Na- would have reduced the ma- break a filibuster, Mr. Wilkins Sandra Gillette, Gulf Life In- city. \
schools to be :
Charles Evers, state field are desegre-
tional Association:: for the jority needed for cloture from, said, "aids extremistswho surance Co.;Secretary Mrs.
director for the NAACP said gated, and public accommo-
Advancement of Colored two-thirds to three-fifths of will cite the vote as Illustrating Emalyl Israel, Paul Revere "
here, Jan. 25 "We dations opened to us.
People.. those present and voting, the futility of working Life Insurance Co.; Treas- : are going
to end the but A major development
was "a kick in the teeth to through established channels urer Mrs. Vernell Albury, boycott, go
Mr. Wilkins,who sat In the possible civil rights and to gain improvementsin Afro-American Life Insurance Into a selectivebuyingcamp- which has grown out of the
Senate aign, conditioned on whites efforts of the NAACP branch
gallery and witnessed other progressive legislation the civil rights area. Co.Richard
LeBrun,of North- holding up their end of the In this county seatlsthecrea
bargain." tion of a standing"negotiating ;
western Mutual Life Insur-
'Executive Director of Miami Urban ance Company was electedto Mr. Evers reported that committee" representing
I League receive the "Cashier of the Port Gibson's political and both Negro and white leader- ,t .
Year Award" business leaders have agreed ship.

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Appointed To Three Key Positions -- I,

Mr. T. Willard Fair,Exe- \.:. ': !. ,,:: dations for the revitalizationof \1
cutive Director of the Greater total Urban League
Miami Urban Guild movementThe .
League was
appointed as Secretary to the 'd Urban League Staff I
Executive Council, Southern --- Conference was held to familiarize j
Regional 1 Representative, Urban League Exe- I
cutive Directors
and designated to serve on govern-
the National Task Force for mental programs as well as
Urban League Guilds, while programing. Mehlon T. Pur-
attending the Urban League year, Deputy Executive Di-
rector of the
Staff Development Con- National Urban
ference held In Washington, League, presided over the
opening session.Whitney M.
D. C., January 15-20.
As Regional Representative Young, Jr., Executive Di- r
his responsibility will rector, delivered the greetings
and purpose. Issues discus-
w sed were: The Establishmentof

---'.... a Federal Platform for
Change The Economic Security ,
PUN PHUNBy T. WILLARD FAIR of the Negro Citizen,

be to represent the Southern and The Elimination of Ghetto -
Phil Ossofer Region In reference to all Life for The Negro. 1ILOS 'I
decisions that require action Mr. Fair stated that It was
Boating is a pupularbutoften by the National Urban an honor that his colleagues
expensive) hobby in League Board and Staff. elected him to these positions. h
these parts. Before you can The purpose of the Task He also stated that this only
ride the waves, it may cost Force, to which he has been exemplified the esteem that ,
you a tide-y sum. assigned, is to analyze all they have for Miami, which
5 Urban League Guild programs has made remarkable stridein
According to my finan- and makerecommen- the area of race relations. ANGELES Calif. Military inspection team checks top workmanship of

cial would status, buying from a boat first of 5,000 tents to be, produced by Watts Manufacturing Company,in South Central
prevent me keep-
Ing my head above water.In THE FRIENDS OF. Los Angeles./ Michael f Lonetto (center), qualify control supervisor for the Philo- j

fact, I'd have to float FLORIDA! ,MEMORIAL COLLEGE'ARE delphia-based/ / Defense Personnel Supply Center, tests construction of tent flap as \Y
a-loan. WI TH YOU Plant Manager Leon 0. (Voids (third from right) looks on. A subsidiary Aerojet-
* General Corporation, the plant opened in November }1966 and is training Watts area
They even have under- Florida Normal Collegerelocates residents to fill its production and administrative jobs.
water craft on the marketnow.
There is the two-man from St. Augustine to Miami in

submarine, so called becauseit 1968'offer 75 years in north Florida.OUR .
it's so expensive, it takes !SCHOOL WILL HAVE

two men. to keep up the payments low tuition cost FOR THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMODATIONSAT
employment opportunities for students
cultural and sclal I advantage J
Whenever I mention advantages of a larger metropolitan 0 I
"boat" to the good wife, I communlty-MIAMI AND DADE COUNTY CALL
get ,a stern look which informs 4 year fully accredited programs leading. toBA. v
off degr..sSEND ......o...... 4
me I'm the beam. f"iI
Then I bow my head and YOUR CONTRIBUTIONS TOi B
call off the hull thing, ringingup FLORIDA MEMORIAL COLLEGE il

5 1102 Congress Bldg., Miami, Fla. 33132 !
If I ever do get a boat,
I'm going to make my wife Florida Memorial College meant to serve your children! I RENTAL

the Rear Admiral. Rear Ad-

miral. .that's a back-seat V _

driver.. 5 AGENCY "' ... ',, ": ,'.;- '/f.
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And to think that beforewe HELP !I'! .......-
enjoy were married boating., she At usedto that '":'r=-.-:-

time she thought is was row-
mantic. PL 9-8733 :
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One of my friends recently ....................NN
I bought a boat. He couldn'twait ,
for the weekend to tryit
out, so he closed his office tdQ ?
and put this sign on the MANAGEMENT 9
door. ."Out to launch." 9
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I know one fellow who HELP pay your bills with what you earn 9

knows *o little about boats from your washing machine. A Ile to cau atid+aolleCtoti glv. daor to door's.rri I that he thinks a portholeis 9
a wine cellar. unity re Creet3On'center fat to.sagers end adultt test fret ra ,s ed 9
Invite your neighbors in to washlll!!! With a camm' 1- and .it"ron itiontidlai yove"tamforR"sad, enjoyst.ittA

coin-operated washing machine that the 9
pa lie r.totip epartm.a't,t4 ass stypu, w thconc.rn4vw kuss, 9
TO 40% t4i
Coin Meter Company will put In your home ... m yourrf
ON T.nonts iil aMp andatl d aka t Irausiey. 9ft
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.4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday February 3, 1967


6 BY BILL McBRIDEBetrayal t

H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher Charges Booker T. II
By Hayes 1 t
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor )
WILLIAM W. McBRIDE, City Editor h Leveled At Housing
STANLEY I. SWEETING, Theatrical Editor f\3: Jack Gordon controversial outspoken memberof

the Dade County School Board has proposed making
Publishers Association Authority by BIA
Member of the Newspaper
.CJ known the reading scores of the different schools in an

SUBSCRIPTION RATES The Brownsville Community center auditorium was effort to create more interest among administrators and

ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 the scene of Tuesday night's mass meeting the public on the problems involved in reading instruc-

of Brownsville residents, where charges of betrayalwere tion. The new policy Is expected to be beneficial in

Entered at Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post leveled against the Miami Housing Authority.The comparing the progress of pupils in each school on a
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 short year to year basis, evaluation of the various methods
meeting was called on very notice by
used in schools where the pupils have barying back
Office at 6530 NW 15th Ave. Phones 691.0421 691.0455 Neal Adams, president of the Brownsville Improvement
and of schools located in
grounds a comparison
Association after a letter from the Miami Housing Authority -
with those of other thus
areas areas spotlightingslower
disclosed the authroity's decision to let bidson
HERALD'S OFFICIAL DIES of disadvantaged children.Mr. .
February 9 for the construction of 16 three-bedroom progress
Gordon has stated that the intent is not to
Harry H. Horton Jr., personal director of The low-income public housing units on the west side of
Miami Herald for 11 years, died on Tuesday at the Ce- NW 24th Avenue between NW 48th and 50th Streets. stigamatize any particular school, but to show that
dars of Lebanon of leveled allotting the same amount of money to low income and
Hospital. The charge betrayal was against the Mil A

He was a native of Ashville, N. C., and a graduateof by Adams and other BIA members who claimed that they upper income areas is not necessarily providing equal
the of North alsoa had been and several education. He feels the amount of funds 'allotted a
University arolina. Mr Horton was clearly definitely promised on
school should the needs of that '
depend on 'particular
occasions that no additional public housing units wouldbe
war-time hero, a deacon and a Sunday School teacherin
school to bring its pupils to the expected level. The
built in the overcrowded
already dangeroulsy Browns-
the Miami Shores Presbyterian Church.
ville report referring to Mr. Gordon's proposal contained the
Survivors are his wife, a son, a daughter, his pa- Community. results made public when the New York School system
Martin Fine MHA board chairman the
rents, a brother and his mother-in-law.
enacted the in middle class
same policy.
authority at the meeting, vigorously denied the betrayal
Services will be held Thursday at 11 a.m. at the
neighborhoods were from 3 to 5 grade levels ahead of
that the
Shores Church. charges, claiming authority had purchased the
Miami Presbyterian
in the in
property in question along with two other parcels of youngsters same grade predominantly Negro
and schools. also showed that of
Puerto It one
land in the Brownsville area some three
years ago.
While admitting that the authority did promise not to every five elementary and junior high school pupilswas
SCHOOL BOARD CHAIRMAN RESIGNSMrs. two years or more behind grade level in reading,
build additional units in this area, Fine said: "These
Jane Roberts, well-known chairman of the promises not to build additional units were made in good and that most city pupils did worse than their counter-

Dade County School Board, where she served for ten faith and did not include the construction of units on parts in other sections of the country.

years, six of them as chairman, has resigned. She has this property which had been planned three years ago." With these figures made public by the nations largest -

also resigned from the presidency of the Florida School Fine presented this writer with a signed statement school system, I can't conceive why Mr. Gordon

Board Association. attesting to his promise that the MHA would delay the deems it necessary to make the reading scores public,

Governor Kirk must now choose a successorto Mrs. accepting of bids for the construction of the 16 additional unless he is seeking public support for what is morally
Roberts. The chances are, his choice will be a Repub- units for at least one week while the authority right if we are going to offer equal education. The

lican. At least he or she will be a resident of Dade reappraises the situation and investigates the possibi- school administrat he wishes to impress already

County. lity of making other arrangements. have accres to these scores and should thereforebeaware

Superintendent Hall and members of the Board ex- _.__ .....r---... h ,.. ofthe areas needing remedial action.. I
pressed their regret at losing the services of such an l" 4' ?J ',. Mr. Gordon Is one of the individuals responsiblefor

able public servant. I selecting school board policy. It is their duty to

introduce those changes that will offer our community

NEGRO SITUATION WORSE? I top-flight education. If this requires spending more money J
in'the poverty areas,they should not hesitate. It is
Rabbi Elsendrath, president of the Union of American my opinion these same comparisons can be made by the
Hebrew Congregation and leader of one million Reformed board to the satisfaction of any individual who questionstheir
Jews, addressing a three-day convention in California, I
actions. In fact, I believe the conditions found in
spoke of the lot of the American Negro's situation, saying
the New York school will be
system multiplied two-fold
it Is worse than It was 10 years ago.
i in our system as it exist today.

"Despite the most liberal Congress in American history, !r What effect will this publicity have on those pupils
despite:landmark !legislations and court decisions,,there is attending schools having inferior ratings? Thoughit
more segregauon today man years ago," said the-Rabbi. Expressions Indicate grove concernMrs. is not meant to stigamatize any school, it is my opin-

Georgia Lee Jones, president of the Browns ion this will be the result of any publicity on those
"The Vietnam war, he continued, "Is being subsidizedby
schools found below the level. is
ville accepted It possibleit
Junior High School PTA told the story of having
the blood, sweat and continued poverty of the black will shatter the school
man in American! life." been evicted from the old railroad shop addition to make spirit some students now hold
Citing the ousting of New York's Representative Adam room for the construction of Allapattah Elementary and for their schools. It is also possible it will create a

Clayton Powell from a committee chairmanship and the Manor park and now some 19 years later she was forcedto mass exodus from these schools receiving sub-par ra-
House refusal to seat him as "the annihilation of a black move from her Brownsville residence to make room tings by those families economically able to make the
man who had achieved great: power," the Rabbi said: for the construction of public housing units. adjustment. The School Board is certain to find itself

The fact that Powell "is a demagogue and a knave, is Father Theodore Gibson, EOPI executive board swamped with request for changes in assignments. This
secondary in the traumatic consciousness of the black man can be attributed to the parents desire to obtain the
member and long time community leader,
today. in typical eloquent and persuasive Gibson fashionin best possible education for their young. To some, the

"Many of us are disturbed by the bellicosity and negativism admonishing the Housing Authority, School Board, Re- thought of their children attending a school not first
which seem to be coming from some Negro repre- creation and Parks Department and Urban Renewal rate in every respect is unthinkable.

sentatives . by the sporadic viole nee and by Agency for not doing more advanced planning on a co- How then should the Board handle Mr. Gordon'sproposal

the dangerous slogan of black power." operative basis, said: "No other group of people be- ? I find all the points stressed commendablewith
U I were a Negro today, said the Rabbi, "I would side the Negro would have tolerated the inadequate one exception. I don't agree with the idea of making
share in that despair and I cannot promise that I would the results public. The comparisons mentioned shout
proceed in the amiable way which we white expect our planning which has been unjustly inflicted upon the
blacks." residents of this heretofore peaceful community." In king the results public. The comparisons mentioned

He urged Congress to enact legislation for a multibillion further reference to the plight of the Dade County Ne- should be made, but the results should not be made pub

dollar program to wipe out slums and provide gro, Father Gibson said: "The poor Negro is constantlyin lie This should be done by the Board, and serve as the

greater far Job opportunities for minority members.As the process of being kicked around. He is always the governing factor in future allotments to the variou
as Rep. Adam Clayton Powell's is
Ye Editor case concerned last to be hired and the first to be fired. There is no schools. Nothing should be done to create more dis-
thought it was bad enough to take the
chairmanship of the Education and Labor Committee from reason, except for inadequate planning for us to be sention between the different student groups than is
here tonight, trying to find enough land and money to already visible. Most of our athletic affairs now end

him; but to unseat him In the Congress as a representative provide adequate parks and playgrounds and a swim in chaos due to the superior attitude of some becauseof
of his constituency seems unjust.Ye ming pool for these citizens of Dade County. Parks, their school. It is my opinion this proposal will add
editor is not among those who feel the Congressman playgrounds and a pool for this area should have been fuel to the already existing fire.
is faultless. But "let him that Is without sin the
cast provided long, long ago, even before moving thousands
first stone." of additional into this already overcrowded the fact that no money was available, but thought this
There is doubt the Rabbi's contribution will be read persons
no problem serious enough to be handled on an
with more than passing interest. community, and I defy any professional to tell me that emergency
basis, and efforts should be made by the Metro Com-
The Soviet press comes out on Powell's side. Adam adequate planning was done.
mission to find the immediately. On this note
money ,
Clayton Powell is a victim of a racialist's counter offensive
Mr. Fine related the of the
possibility Housing AuthO-
against Negro rights, they say.
The suspended Democratic Congressman from New rity being able to contribute funds toward the construc-

York "is no saint, but the offenses of which he Is accusedare tion of a playground and pool.In .
not an exception but the norm of conduct on Capitol : discussing the availability of land, Peavy dis-
Hill. closed the fact that there might be a 10 acre track of
"Powell has long annoyed American racists," the news land in the Brownsville area available for purchase by

agency, Tass, said.EPISCOPAL the county if the necessary funds can be made available.

NEGRO CLERGY SECOND RATE? Upon recommendation by Father Gibson, a committeeto

work along with Commissioner Boyd and Mr. Peavy

The Episcopal Society for Cultural and Racial Unity, I in an effort to provide a pool and playgrounds for the
the Rev. John Morris, executive director, accused the Episcopal area. The writer was appointed to serve as chairman,
Church of treating the Negro clergy as second rate with the balance of the committee to be appointed to

Churchmen."We Comm. Joe Boyd Mrs. Jones serve as chairman,with the balance of the committee t o
the continue to commit the ultimate sin that of fostering Also in attendance atthis meeting were Metro Com be appointed by Mr. Adams shortly.
separation "man from man" the Society said
in a petition circulated to its 6,000 members and 52 missioner Joe Boyd who cancelled a business trip out The next meeting of the Brownsville Improvement
bishops.The of the city in order to be present; Dr. Brittan, repre- Association is scheduled for 8 p.m. Monday at the

group blames Itself as being responsible for foster- senting the school system; Art Peavy, Metro Parks and Brownsville Community Center.

Ing racialism, and plans to present the petition next fall Recreation Department; Dick Weatherley, EOPI execu- From where I sit, the conference table has been
In Seattle, Washington, at the Episcopal Church 62nd cutive director and Sam Moncur, assistant to Mr. Wea- used in good faith by the Brownsville residents in an

General Convention.Rev. therley; Bob Simms, Deputy Director of the Community effort to make their grievances known to the powe

Morris said that only four predominantly white Relations Board; Lee Black of the CRB, and William structure of Dade county; and unless some immediate ),
in the
parishes have doctors.
The country Negro Wynn, Urban Renewal board member and United Fund action will result from the use of this means, no Dade
petition is aimed at creating an awareness among
Church members on racism. staff member. County Negro will ever respect the conference table

The number of Negroes entering the ministry is very Commissioner Boyd, in addressing the audience, again, and will resort to other means to secure what
few, said the Rev. Morris. "They know there Is little room expressed his concern over the absence of a pool and they rightfully deserve and expect as tax payingcitizens. J

for promotion." adequate parks and playgrounds in this area and echoed: Photos by House of Photography

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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, February 3, 1967 5

f Carver Branch YMCA Teachers- -Dance- At Deauvilln (.
a 1Jr ,. The 9th annual Grand CTA Scholarship Endowment :
; Plans Cultural Extra anza Ball of the Dade County Fund which helps to
'" Classroom Teachers' Asso- support 16 four-year contin-
"Join a YWCA class and by paying the;"Y"; member- ciation ,
(CTA) will be held uing scholarships for deserv- I
I enrich your life" "says the ship of five dollars for adults Saturday February ing Dade County students.
Northwest Center "Y" staff which entitles them to all 4th, from 9p.m. to 1:30a.m.: Two orchestras will provide
in announcing thebeginnlng other YWCA benefits. in the
TRIP TO JAMAICAFor Napoleon Room of continuous music
of a new class In Beginners' The class will be taughtby the Deauvllle Hotel, Miami throughout the evening-

the past six days, I've been on tour'In Jamaicawith Bridge. Larry Batchelor, presi- Beach Billy Bellack's Band (Go-
the National Beauty Culturists League, Inc. dent of the "Y" affiliated Go, rock-and-roll and Latin
The new class begins Bridge Club. Mr. Batchelor, This year's triplepurposeevent music) and the Charles Austin (
On Thursday morning at 9 a.m., we left Miami's I
Tuesday January 31st at and ardent bridge enthusiast will again provideCTA' Combo. There will also
International Airport for Jamaica.Our 8:00: P. M. at the Northwest and golfer, has also taught 8,000 members with be a variety of door prizes
first stop was at Montego Bay, a city built of Center, 5100 N. W. 21st golf at the Center. He the opportunity to get together to be given away during the ,
sunshine, blue sea and gracious living. Avenue, Miami and is opento promises plenty of fun and for an evening of re- evening. 0
The port is important for sugar and bananas, but men and women.special excitement for the new play laxation, fun and dancing; Tickets are $1.50 per per-
in the past decade, Montego Bay has leaped to pro- low fee of five dollars for the ers. Interested persons may will also honor the Dade son and can be obtained at
minence as a gay resort-the island's largest. Here we six weeks course has been call 634-2651 or go to the County legislative delega- the door or by calling the
spent thirty minutes. set for "Y" members. Non- Center for further informa- tion; and will as in the past CTA office. The affair Iso
members may join at this rate tion.You earmark all profits for the the
open public.
Then it was on to Kingston and the Sheraton- _.- .
Kingston Hotel where we were housed for the durationof -
our stay. Would Like To

Kingston is a sprawling, bustling city set in a GlAMOUR \ t,
broad plain beneath the towering Blue Mountains and Be Well Dressed? \ wigs
built around one of the largest harbours in the world. -
Visitors to Kingston inevitably go to the Victoria Adult sewing: glasses are Wednesday J. W. John- COMPAREi i
being held at the
Crafts Market at the foot of King Street where there is following son Elementary School 735
centers: W. 23rd St., Hialeah, Florida ,
i fabulous assembly of straw and craft goods. The mar-
Monday Scott Cot- 6:00 p.m. 9:00: p.m. ,
ket was bustling with activity as the weavers of bas- tage, 7155 'N.W. 22nd Ave- Thursday Miami North-
kets, bags and hats quietly :ply their trade and still nue, 10:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m.; western Senior High School, STYLEat .1
barter cheerfully with visitors over the prices of goods. 7.00p.m.-10:00: p.m. 7007 N. W. 12th Avenue, BUDGET J
HOPE GARDENS, although not a spectacle botani- Tuesday Miami Northwestern 9:00: am. 12 Noon; 1:00 PRICES
cal garden is a delightful and pleasant place to visit. Senior High School, p.m. .4:00: p.m.J. .
The blue mountains in the gardens are quite photogenic.Jamaica's 7007 N. W. 12th Avenue, Only
9:00 12 Noon E. Scott Cottage, 7155N. f
: a.m. ; 1:00
other botanical is Castleton in
p.m. -4:00'p.m. W. 22nd Avenue, 7:00: $28 '
the mountains.We Miami Jackson Adult Cen- p.m. 10:00 p.m. plus tax I
visited the campus of the University of the ter, 1751 N. W. 36th Street, The registration fee for the '
West Indies. It covers over a square mile and is set ,7.00: p.m. 10:00 p.m. second trimester is $3.00. Colors to choose from
in the bowl of the Mona Valley beneath the blue moun- Send TodayBe
tains. Gloria Ingraham and Dan Williams were down from

The University is shared by over 1,250 students New York to visit relatives and attend the funeral of an excitingly-new person for mere penniesa

from all the British and Caribbean islands. There are Mr. Donald McConico, husband of Mrs. Yvonne Me- day. Order your personalized, real human hair

faculties of medicine,arts, natural sciences and social Conico. (not dynel) glamour-fashioned wig. Select from '

i sciences.A Mrs. Deloris Chavis is recuperating at home, aftera nine striking colors. Amaze your friends. Delightall
must on our list was a visit to the INAFCA short stay at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. others. The new you by WIGMART of

Museum where we saw an antique collection of African, Birthday greetings to Bernice Carey and Alice Lauderdale.
Indian and Jamaican art. Dr. Alston Taylor is the founder Mitchell.Dr. MONEY BACK GUARANTEE
J and director.On Irene Pratt hosted an afternoon gathering for WITHIN 5 DAYS IF WIG IS NOT WORNI
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Saturday, we boarded buses for an outing to Dr. Royal W. Puryear, president of the Florida Memorial WIGMART, Box 23650, fort Lauderdale, Florida
Ocho Rios and the Playboy Club, where we ate lunch College at her home. I I II
and enjoyed the beach Believe it or not,I witnessed my The Friendship Garden and Civic Club sponsorsAn CHOOSE FROM 9 DIFFERENT COLORS: I II
first goat race and picked a winner. On our return trip, International Tea Sunday afternoon, Feb. 19 from I D Classic Black 0 Dark Brown D Red Brown I (I
we visited a famous beauty spot, Fern Gully, a rocky 4 to 6 p.m. at New Convenant Presbyterian Church, 1221 I D Light Black D Chestnut Brown D Light Gold I
gorge of tremendous depth and height, with its steep NW 43rd Street. I D Super Dark Brown D Gold Brown D Medium Brown I y

banks, a profusion of tropical ferns, where the tem- Joan B. MurreU'collaborated with Eleanor W. I Q MONEY ORDER or D CHECK ENCLOSED II
Taylor, Alice V'. Grant, Chloe A. Morrison and Lettie, Send my Personalized Wig I to: .
perature drops about ten degrees as you drive in. I 0"1 I, .I r rI t., I {
On Sunday morning, we worshipped at the Churchof Skills.J. Austin" This in writing'the paperback book book titled is ,published"College Reading by the NAME..L.............-.........,...............,........,........... I

St. Margaret. After services were were guests at a reception Alfred A. Knop Publishers and is sold for $3.50 per I ADDRESS . ... .... I
in the parish hall. The Governor General 0 f
copy. Joan is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. W. H.Murrell. I CITY. .STATE., ZIP I
Jamaica, His Excellency, Sir Clifford Campbell, and I __ _ _ __ __ 1
Lady Campbell were worshippers at St. Margaret and
joined the group for the hospitality hour.
Sunday afternoon found me at the home of a friend' Activitiesat .
I'd met through Gew J. Norman, Phyllis Adamson.
Phyllis and Rupert Adamson invited us to a Bar-B-Q at
their lovely home on Lord Nelson's Way. It was the Carver i
Sunday evening all roads led to the Ballroomof :
the Sheraton-Kingston for the Hair Style and Fashion YMCA

Show. Shirley T. Knowles of Miami was guest model.It .

was a benefit for the nursery at St. Margaret's Church.Dr. "Art Then And Now"wUlbe
Katie Whickam, president of the NBC League Inc., the theme of a cultural ---- ? _
presented a check for two thousand dollars for the program of music and danceto

project.Edna. be presented at the Carver
Thomas who does public relations flew in Branch YMCA auditoriumon

from Anchorage, Alaska, where she lived for the past Saturday afternoon, Feb-
seven years. She represented the Alaskan Furrier as- ruary 4, at 1:00: p.m. Branch IJii-!
sociation with Alaskan designed furs. "'{'11ink Mink"was Director Raymon Thornton T

the theme of the display,which was a special treat announces performances bya
of professional and
the fashion conscious represented at the conference.
student artists In Renais-
Come Monday the group boarded buses for another sance, modern and contem- finance Your Car with Our
trip, Port Antonio. This was a unique and unforgettable porary music and dance.
rafting trip down the scenic Rio Grande. On a bamboo
raft with a native helmsman, they enjoyed every moment t Heading the list of per- AUTO LOANI!
formers Is Princess Nina
the quiet beauty of the river, then the thrill of Carraciolo, distinguishedcreator
rapids. A lunch and a swim, then to bed. A long day.On of ballet, who will
Monday evening we enjoyed the floor show present a troupe of dancers
and dancing at the Jonkanoo Lounge at the hotel. Our that has won praises from
last night in Jamaica. audiences all over the Greater 1. Shop around fur the car you want. Bring us the

Tuesday we said goodbye to friends we met and to Miami area. Music De- make, model and price

Jamaica, an island in the sun, rich in history, calypso, partment Chairman Robert I 1?
magnificent scenery, fabulous shopping and many other Thomas of Miami-Dade Ju- 2. We will okay your loan quickly and with no red

things which make it a"paradise for everyone seekingto nior Recorder College Concerts will present In a per-his fri tape. Our loan policy is very liberal we want
from it all.
"get away formance of music from the
make loans.
\ to
,Our thanks to Mr. D. A. Julius, who laid the Renaissance. African dance

groundwork and worked so hard, around the clock to Interpreter Amope Nze with .. 3. Interest can bees low as 4/% on a new car, and
memorable and to Mr. C. C. North, Minerva
make our visit most protegee Dickey,
our travel agent, who was always available to help us will re-create colorful Niger- A payments for as long as 36 months th. lowest

when we needed it. Thanks gentlemen. A must on any Ian folk dance sequences. 1I J payments possible. We also make loans on used
roommate and I had one, in cousin And noted saxophonist and
tour is a congenial my cars up to 5 years old.
flutist Charlie Austinwillpre-
Edyth Wars.
sent his ensemble featur-
readers I'll bring the local news next Jazz I
To my you Eric at the
ing Knight piano,
week, but just had to share this tour with you. Remem- In a performance of modern I LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK
ber to call news in on Mondays. and contemporary jazz selec-
tions. Guest artists Maxine OF MIAMI
James Hildreth of 819 NW 64th St. was among Brooks of the South Florida [1]
First fully InirgraieJ bank m she entire Southeast-
more than 500 leaders of various states who attendedthe Youth Symphony, pianist right here in the Edison Financial Center
annual Winter meeting of the National Supreme and Patricia Williams stu-
6013 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone 7594431NOW
i, Council of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite Ma- dent of MlamlDadeJunior
and its Auxiliaries, held in the SheratonTampahotel College, will performalso.

on Jan. 20-21. Branch Director Thorn- Monday Tuotdoy Wadnotdoy, Thurtday 9.30 cm to 2 pm; Friday 9t30 em to 2 p,,

Calander Roberts,a businessman of Nassau arrived ton extends an invitation to and 5 pry to 8 pm. Drive-In Window open Monday thru Friday 2 to 5 pm; Saturday 9 to
J last week for a medical check up and rest. He is the the community to attend "00'

houseguest of his sister,Mrs. M. Johnson, 1531 NWlst what promises to be a very ** 'm.,: F.d.'01 fl...,.,. 51,'.m and Federal Deposit. Insurance C.p.io"A _
Court. enjoyable program.

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By Gwendolyn Lavern Ross

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Scouts Make Weekend Trek

Armed with camping equipment, food, and soaring 'L.'I.rs to tkEtorAfter L. : A e
spirits, 80 Girl Scouts, In the Sunny Pines Neighborhoodstaked : :
their claims to the Flamingo camping groundsfor
January 28 and 29. reading the newspapers and listening to ra-

Leaving at 5 am from Second Baptist Church the dio commentators speak against the Poverty program

troops arrived at the ocean-front site at 8 am. After a (Economic Opportunity Program, Inc.), as Sepia Mayorof

lively session of tent pitching, they gathered for the flag Miami, I feel it is my obligation to voice my senti-
ceremony, later the girls dived into nosebag breakfasts. .ments.

The afternoon session was sparked by a talk by Ranger I have seen this program in operation for about two
Elaine Hansen the Everglades She followedby
on area. was
years now.lllve with the people it was designed to aid,
Ranger John Stevenson, who led the girls on a nature
trail for a bird's eye view of the park. the poor. People with no identity, without jobs, with w .

Around 4:30 p.m., pots and pans rattled as troop cooks little or no food.Their living space cramped, these people
prepared the evening meal are far away from the so-called "American Dream"

'.. fallowing a clean-up session and a short rest period, that other members of this society take for granted. J p-

the girls began their march to the visitor's center at 6:30.: Why? Because of long standing unwritten laws, of a SAN ANTONIO-AIrman SAN ANTONIOAlrmanArthur

The center Includes a souvenir shop hotel, museum restaurant perplexed, almost inconceivable pattern of thought Arnold T. McKay, son of A. Stewart, whose
and commissary. At the souvenir shop, the girls which says we cannot have certain jobs because of our Mr. and Mrs. Owen McKayof mother is Mrs. Sallye A.
bought snacks and small gifts. At the next stop, the area's 869 S. W. Seventh St., Harmonof6318N.W.12thCourt

history was unraveled with pictures, at 8:30: pm., the girls Negroness.BenotrrroisledIam not the Homestead, Fla., has been Miami, has been
hiked across the park to the open-air theater. A film
selected for training at Amarillo selected for training at Low-
narrated by a filled the In on the park'swildlife. designed entirely for the Negro only. Many non-
ranger group
AFB Tex., as an Air ry AFB, Colo., as an Air
colored to upgrade themselves under the
began program. Force aircraft maintenance Force munitions specialist.The .
Prior to the show, the girls held a song-feat for other But there are mistakes made. The war on poverty is like specialist.The airman, a graduate of

park visitors. By the time the film was shown the tem- any other war. Mistakes are made on the battlefield and airman a graduate of Miami Northwestern High

perature had dipped to the fifties, and the girls raced for the soldier pays for it. We don't criticize the soldier for Maya Junior Senior High School, recently completed

the warmth of their tents. mistakes made on the battlefield because the war is not School, Goulds Fla., recent- basic training at Lackland
Rising at 8 the next morning, the girls ate hasty break- the fault of the soldier. It is the .fault'of the enemy. We ly completed basic trainingat AFB, Tex.
fasts before breaking
camps. Lackland AFB, Tex. He attended Miami-Dade
When the bus arrived at 10:30, the girls climbed aboardfor are not to blame because we are poor. Those againstus Junior College.
their two-hour drive back to the Heights. are.

Headed by Mrs: Clara Brooks (405), the other adult So here we are in poverty and we are trying to get / .:--"" '''" GREAT
leaders Included Mr Barbara Miller Mrs. Doris ; DECISIONS
(290), out at last. Let us join forces. Let us see what each of '
Woodard (503), Mrs. Miriam Pratt (857), Mrs. Ella Sim- JDii' 1967
us can do to rid ourselves of a common enemy, a deadly
mons and Mrs. Kate Collins(879). In case of an emergency, enemy-POVERTY. If you are interested in
Mrs. Ethel Fife, R. N., was on duty. The group's "Man I .. learning more about Foreign
criticism is
always good. But to criticize -
Friday" was Mr. James Crawford who was most helpful ITy Policies, come and join us.
during the entire campout. for the sole purpose of making money for a living. A discussion group will be
School at the expense of the poverty strickened is unjust. The organized on Sunday, February
Scoops is far from 5 at the James E. Scott
program perfect. Poverty cannot con-
The Richmond the
Heights and Perrin"Bums"tied
I quered overnight. The has much to be desired. rj Community Association,
with a score of 6-6 in their annual Bowl Game at program 4901 NW 7th Ave. The time
Richmond Heights Junior High School on January 26. ]I think we all agree, it is on the right road, it is a stepin is 4 p.m. For more information i

Silver Knight nominees, chosen to represent the school : the right direction. What we must do is walk togetherand call the CT A's office, 373-

In the annual competition sponsored by the Miami Herald i make certain it stays on the right road,the right di 7535.

In May were announced by the Palmetto Guidance Department I rection. Each of us have a part to play. Are you doing :j
The Yearbook staff (PALM ECHO) announ-
to and revitalize the
your part preserve program JAZZ NIGHTLY
ced Senior Favorites last week too. n.J
At the
The Sepia Mayor
A/3C Harry Henderson RANCHERBiscayne
Tannie Dean pent the holidays with his Blvd. & 126th St.
family and friends after completing -
........ i' AI1JIf '. '.his :{basic training at 10t 3 A.Mr LET'S TALK POLITICSBy ._:; .w ""-;.:: :: ; % .o fr Lackland Military AFB, San
T Antonio, Texas. lie receivedhis SULUVAN
NORMAN E. JONES technical training Amari- IRA FOUR

llo, Texas, specializing in
inventory management. Air- PLUS

Voters league asks Negro members of Demo Corn- man Henderson is a 1965 THE
graduate of Booker T. Wash-
In their regular mid-winter meeting Saturday at Riviera ington. He is the son of Mr.
Beach, the board of directors and executive com- and Mrs. George A. Evans, ETTA CAMERON
mittee of The Florida Voters League, Inc adopted a sr. Song Stylist

strong resolution urging that Negroes be members of ., ;!;..., JAZZ
The Reorganization Advisory Committee on The State .'.:ijl N f\
Democratic Committee. << WMBM SUNDAY AFTERNOON

"That since the Florida State Democratic Party Is without 1490 On Your Dial NIGHTLY LIVE

a popularly recognized titular head, and since the "" .," \ .... ... BLANCHE CALLOWAY
elected '\!"'''''J.' ALAN
democratic officials agree that a reorganizationalong i ) \\\PJ\ ? PRESENTS ROCK
a broader base is recommended for the revitalization .i .
of the party: Be it resolved that Negro democrats IJr. ; .. : i PROGRESS REPORT
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be members of this proposed Advisory Committee in proportion .. "' \ :' ,. 1 Times Daily Admission Free
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: 8 a.in., 1:55 and 10 p.m. 5:30 to 1 1:00 a.m.
Be It further resolved: that, these Negro members be ,' I' .
chosen from 'among those active in the Democratic Party I .I' t' I, ,
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Advisory Committee be chosen by the Negroes themselvesand : ; ':
that they be chosen on the basis of the Negroes registered :! i1f#!'# r ,, .: ::, ,1; oiv new, lower rates and easy financing
In the Democratic <' .,
party in the various counties. : IMMEDIATE SRstt FILING

Speaking of taxation without representation both'the ... Bring this ad to our office and receive a free gift
Democratic Party and the Republican Party in Floridaare
without Negro representation and participation on the D. Goodman and Son, Inc.

state executive committtees. "Jniurance: Real, Estate, Mortgage"
There is no better time than now for the Negroes to Dullness member All People Democratic Club
insist on equal proportionate representation of the Demo- Bishop Edgar Love, Resident Bishop, The Atlantic 2688 NW 62nd Sreet OX 1-0380
cratic Party State Executive Committee in its effort to reor- Coast Area, Atlanta, Georgia; Dr. Richard V. Moore,
ganize a stagnating decadent party organization which is Conference Lay Leader of Central Jurisdiction and Dr.

showing its Inability to cope with strong efforts of repu- Harry V. Richardson, president, Interdenominational .
blican' candidadtes on statewide and local levels. ; \
94 years of total dominance without serious challenges Theological ,Center, Atlanta, Georgia, are shown before GtS" ?

until: recent years has reduced the state democratic party attending a luncheon in the Charles C. Parlin Student ,. .

into many frangmented factions unable to present a solid Union Center at Bethune-Cookman College.The 1A"DpR It' I\\ ....
frpnt: and vulnerable republican candidates on local event took place during the second Bishop's : 1V .
and statewide levels Convocation of the Atlantic Coast Area which includes

Florida, Alabama, Georgia and Mississippi Conferences '.
held in the He' n'Memorial Chapel l at B-CC Sofur. \ ;
LEARN TO SEW$3.00 day. The theme 0, the conference was "Witness and '" M1l.

Sewing classes are being Live." The keynote challengewas'delivered by Bishop I" \\ of.J.>

thu 1 t I held at the following centers: Edgar Love whose subject was i'S.nt Men Witnessing

/ -.e., J. E. Scott Cottage, 7155 NW in' An Unbelieving World." More than 300 Methodist 11S0tusn
22nd Ave Monday 10-1 a.m. Laymen and Lay Leaders attended. $' :,. }:
SLICK BLACK and 10 p.m. Thursday 7-10
p.m. MiamiNorth western Tues- 1 aut k1.
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 3, 1967 7 k

_1 e. I ",_, .++, < Chi Pi
Alpha '7W{ r t',," br i.- s rf'f'4


Celebrates Y

Founders DayThe y t? { '

Alpha Pi Chi sorority
celebrated its annual Found-
er's Day Fashion Tea at
By Stanley "Sweets" Sweeting Bonded Rental Agency's Re-
creation room on Sunday after-
LINE-0-TYPE noon January 15. The evening
was filled with activity. Mrs. ,,
THE LITTLE RED BOOK: The Warren (Gwendolyn Roscella Leverity presidedover tL :f fo
Heastle) Welters' son, Warren III, a child prodigy. the program which fea-
He's a poison on the Console at 10 years of age. tured musical talent of all fU

Holds down the serious Job of church organist types. The welcome addresswas
at Holy Rekeemer. .Was selectedto given by Mrs. Peggy V.
t Dean president of Alpha Pi
do the musical background chores for
Chi Sorority.Featured soloistsfor
the swank Frazier-Jolllvette merger last the evening were Paulette dj +
December 28. .Look Alikes: Leon Goree, Bartlett, Gail White, Delores :. t .
the seafood connisseur and Willis Murray, Russell and Mr. Louis Jack-
the school prof. .Valerie Kemp's among son. Quest soloist of the
those "unfortunates" forced to vacate her evening, Miss Joan Storr,who
present nifty. Dade County's Schoolboardis thrilled the audience with her
purchasing the location for expansionof beautiful voice. Others appeared 1 4 ,4'P
its maintenance And not until on the program were
program. ....
Miss Dundas who ____- --'llm'f.' .
after.the schoolmarm had recently laid$800 Hope gave -

worth or wall-to-wall carpeting in her castle a musical and Master rendition Clement from Matt Chopin Members of the Alpha Gamma Chapter of Alpha Chi, Pi Chi Sorority which spon-

."Never again," says Valerie. "Next time, it'll be a hews with his selection of sored Its annual Founders' Day Fashion Tea recently at the Bonded Agency Recrea-
Boulevard rental apartment for ma"....Well said, Valerie!
The highlight of the even- tion Room are shown here. From left seated are Mrs. Dorothy Cooper, Mrs. Claudia
NOTES ON A NAPKIN: The late Ruth Johnson's ing was the fashion show Jasper, Mrs. Peggy V. Dean, president Mrs. Cormetta Brown, vice president and ,J

demise (Jan 19) and burial (Jan. 28) one of Saint Agnes' with its theme, "Pretty Girl Mrs. Vivian Harris. Standing are Mrs. Helen Wiley, Mrs. Doris Martin, Mrs. Gloria "
biggest, brought a total loss of four daughters to the John- Is Like a Melody." The show
soi>Culmer families. Preceding the former Booker T. Washington was narrated by Mrs. Beatrice Litteliedks.. Ruth S. Williams and Mrs. Myrtle Barlett./

schoolmarm in death were sisters, Nora Lockhart, Gilbert, who gave vivid des- '
Iris Garvin Cole. Valencia Wil- scriptions! of the costumes? ,
Agatha Surviving are } Oil 4 ;, rMY1
liams, Joyce Johnson and a son Lloyd Johnson. modeled. Fashions were fur- d4
nished by Lory's of 7th Ave.
And while we're on the Saint Agnes 'church grounds, let Music for the evening was Y

me settle the question once and for all time:. The late Elliott provided by Mr. Linton Bar
J. Pieze funeral from that edifice was the church's largest rien music consultant at i
funeral In history. Family, friends, schoolmates, class Dunbar Elementary School. I I' o Fr
mates, newspaper and radio associates, business acquaintances This affair was sponsored by '
clubs, fraternities, sororities, outtownerscuriosityseekers the Pi-Ettes Pledge Club of !
teenage admirers, and radio listeners who had Alphi Pi Chi, Sorority, Mrs.
never seen but heard the "Good Morning Friends" exponent Ruth Williams is president.
compiled a crowd that has never before nor after MembersMrs. Daisy Russell
assembled at a Saint Agnes funeral gathering and cortege. Mrs. Helen Peterson, Mrs.
s Myrtle Bartlett and Mrs.Norma'
SALT WATER TAFFY: Inspiration for a Patrolman
I recruit in peietonal: appearance: Sgt. Jesse L. Nash. .
Florida Memorial College to relocate here (from Saint t
Augustine) In January 1968, but ground-breaking ceremonies "
to take place this month. And what has
happened to the former tag-line of the college-Florida r It
Memorial and Industrial College? ? ? ? Things I Never
Knew: That Oscar J. Weaver Jr was chairman and S. J. .1
Ramsey was executive secretary of our local YMCA. 1 .
Perry Tillman, Willie Gulat, Armando and this reporter \ i'i''-
soliloquizing Over 'the good':old days' in Alex Lane'sHI 9,
Hat Barber emporium, while onlookers marvel at our d lq'

agreement .Whether her bonnet's on straight, on the < 2
side, In front, or thrown back of her head, Fredericka Breton rtieW'' I
continues to ogle those pretty big eyes while smiling n
sweetly for admiring males.
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THE WEEK'S WASH: Nifty Invites are out for the Models who participated In the event are seen here in some of the latest styles
MRS Club's Valentine Dance Booked for Bayfront Park 1 which they displayed before an enthusiastic audience. From left are: Mrs. Vianette
Audit's Gulfttream Room February 10. The "happenings" j Brown, Miss Lynette Williams, Miss Pamela Bethel, Miss Virginia Smith Mrs. jAnette

will last from 10 'til 2 and It's a safe bet the Hop will I Myers, Mrs. Noel Cobb, Mrs. Bessie Carter, Mrs. Susan Allen and Mrs. Josephine
be tabbed "one of the season's finest". Stacy Lovettto 1 White.
be in circulation again soon. Newspaper typesetters Mrs. Thetma Johnson at
can make a columnist s-o-o-o mad at times-they are forever 330 NW 63rd Terr announcesthe
making mistakes in their pillars of piffle But I'll marriage of her daughter,
try once again for the Saint Agnes Vestry Board; Charles Judy of Ann, to Carolyn John P.Williamsof Williams, Subscribe 10 th.
Williams, Alfred Strachan, (Jr Warden), Shedrick son Mrs. I
4910 SW 23rd St., West-
Gilbert (Actg Sec'y-Trcas.); Edward Wake, Harold ;Hollywood Fla. The weddingwill MlalDl Time $5
E. Brown, Raymond Heastle, Levi Johnson, Francis De- be held in March. a year

lancy, Calvin McKinney, Elston Davis, Joseph Johnson. '
William Hannah, Lt. Leroy Smith, William Russell. 1

STUFF AND SUCH Paper skirts! shorts and pants

fast becoming the fad .And 'Prisoner Of Love" striped The Nile Restaurant
bathrobes with prison numerals across the left chest Hey! It's Dynamite

just like the real thing-a.real novelty. .Millicent Spicer- EXOTIC ORIENTAL & OCCIDENTAL CUISINE
Wilson will soon become a grandma. Her daughter Venda (Known from Coast to Coast)
Ral Harris expecting In Saint Petersburg. Vanda Rai's 4300 Seventh Avenue ,- Miami FloridaHOME
her Tennessee State Collegesweet .- !
hubby Is James Gibson, OFt BARBECUED LAMB & CHICKEN
heart. Harry Nabbie's mater,.Mrs. Eleanor Seymour, HALAAL (KOSHER)
ailing at her Opa Locka home. .. .Marian Muldrow, BREAKFAST LUNCHEON DINNER _
the beautidan, a bedded patient at South Miami General... Wo' cater your private function
Allen Turner following in his dad, the late Rev. Oswald Try Our World Famous Boon Plo and Abe Coffoo
Turner's footsteps an AM E clergyman at Saint Paul. BERNARD X. PROPRIETORJack's
One of the youngest looking grandmothers I know: Ida

Williams of Sir John Lounge
. . .
SWEETS TREATS: All-America In Motion: Alkin Hep-
burn Jr., former Florida A & M Quarterback, who shot -
bullets out of a 38, encouraging former Florida i
A &esM halfback Bobby Felts to "get with iti". . MEN'S WEAR

Hepburn later flags down another FAMU 'great', quarterback
Elwin' ratan and carts him to midtown with more
"get with it" sales talk as he peddles his Equitable Life ron
Company's contracts. Myrtle Jones of the STYLES FOR ALL ACES.
musical Insurance trio that bears her name, not quite satisfied with ...... Wry UU.t b M..', ........

Just the '66 Eldorado she sports around town, now owns SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS
a beauty of a 'castle' among the Lake Caverra lakes ders ITALIAN SHOE

,One of show biz most-cultured entertainer-comic Nipsy Miami Florida
2nd Are.
944 NW
Russell. '. The Charmettes will strike again sometime in T* all!! my swny frUi,i, I a. happy to announce

February. 5.55555 that | have UM employed ass salts reprttentative

MIAMI MUSINGS: Tony Armbrlster's B-averqyge .'L. : i :" .. .... .,. .., '. _; .. '
grades at FAMU qualified him for Officers Training School "", -:: !!

In the U. S. Marine Corps. A special exam at the University ,',,' .j. -- J1 \. ...
further qualified the youngster for acceptance. After "I- '" ."t, .....;-.... "::--. "
in 1969, Tony goes to Officers Candidate J. 1S S P--'L
his graduation
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School Quantico, Va. .He's the son of the Leo (Look ,. "' A q "

big'The Sports World Over) Armbristers of Bunche Park, the deal of life call for
Anderson from Richmond Heights with two For a time, me appointment -
.Morris up
of his charming kids Sheldon and Wanda, to see mama s + fl and special consultation at:
and grandmama Elizabeth Anderson. The Bill Simp- ;J FMS"a
sons of Bridgeport, Conn are expected to wind up their 635-0311 t

week's housegi .:Itingwlth the Dewey (Clara Brown) Knights J/J.fP
this weekend. .That'. It, brother, from your one-man- .L THE PRICE IS RIGHT !
newspaper, who knows everybody and everybody's racket, Richard Desire ,
but who has it that the Ministerial-Laymen Voter Regis-
tration Committee has all ready begun work on its camp .
aign for a City Commissioner seat

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Fri Joy, February 3, 1967 9

POINSETTIA two entertainments. One for
calendar year ending in May
HIGHLIGHTSThe and one for spring. The hostess i
Poinsettia highlightsup was thanked for a lovely ,
to date. Our November evening by Poinsettia Fran '
my. meeting was held at the homeof ces.See
Poinsettia Lennie Fannin. you next month.
At this meeting, our outgoing
president Ruth N. Polite was
presented with a plaque for
two years of dutiful service.In .
December, Our Xmas
1 meeting and party was held at
the beautifully decorated
home of Poinsettia Mamie
you take a good look at "them folks down town", Gill. We sang Christmas
you will see them fighting each other and "cutting the carols, selected gifts and
throats" of their friends. As long as I can remember, had a wonderful evening.
it was always "us" who acted like that We were always January meeting was at 4)
pulling the other fellow down and spreading hatred and the home of Poinsettia Willie
blocking the progress of somebody, but now that we are Fullcr.Here discussions were :
trying to pull together, It seems that "they" are begin-
ning to fight between themselves. There was Sheriff Tom !M HELP HELP HELP
Kelly and Buchanan. Then Costable Bradley and Baron
and lots of others being "slashed" to pieces and it's all REV. ROOSEVELT
for a "power-grab". Of course, if someone in office does Dove Zackary, local Coca-Cola marketing director,
something unlawful or detrimental to the good of the city, offers Miami Times secretary Eunice Davis a coke as FRANKLIN --.-
he.should be "busted", but some of these folks made what Coke's Miami representative Fleetwood Price and Times Of. Macon, Georgia
you would call "honest mistakes". These folks are being
pulled down, too, by somebody who is ready to start city editor Bill McBride look on. Johnson of Miami took DIVINE REV. LENA MAE ROSS
some sort of trouble or spread his hatred around. I Just the picture during NNPA Workshop when Coca-Cola SPIRITUAL HEALER From Savannah, Ga., World
thought I would mention this to you, so you could see sponsored a luncheon for the publishers.mm J.sus Is truly giving victory best known ytt. Spiritual I

how we have looked these many years. Take a good look' problems to many,many p.opl.'s Advisor in all walks of life.
at "them" trying to kill each other off, and think of us
before.,Ain't it sickening? SUCCESS CAN BE YOURS.See SPECIAL NOTICE
or write me today. I
rrrr.rrrr have a special message for Thousands of blessings at
Vanilla Williams first started dancing at the Old Jim every troubled soul. Last llhond and you, the p.ublicandl
Jam Club, which later become the Mi Club. This is whereit NOW SHOWING weeK many many people members are invited to attend -
all started. Vanilla kept dancing at this place and that were helped by my special the Classical
one; joined a chorus line once, and even operated a nightclub selected Bible reading, to t
be read Passing Over $10.00 Person
on Special Days.If per *
which didn't last
long. Then all of a sudden we
you want to delivered
didn't hear too much about her (shehadan auto accident). FIRST MIAMI SHOWING quickly, Send $1.00 and Tea, with Miracle Mama ,
Then La Williams decided to upset the entire city by stampedself-addressed en- to serve you.Remember. r
dancing without a stitch of clothes above the waist called I I IRECT FROM I ITS ROADSHOW I I I I II ENGAGEMENi I vI 7.t"'ROOSEVELTFRANKLIN what happenedlast '

"the dance of the bouncing bubbles". However, Mr. John : year? Can only serve
Law (police, to you) decided that bouncing bubbles were .
five hundred
/ : .' I people., B. one
not exactly "it", so they put Vanilla and her bosses, Nat J. ,I'"fJ 630 MORROW AVENUE
Cohen and Herb Lane, in the slammer. (jail). Then our 'f1'rA; MoconGo.Phi SH 5-6475 of them and be glad you did.
City Commissioners made a new city law saying its not "Devil- Time and place:Sunday, Feb.
Kosher for any female to be seen without a top covering may-care You will g.t these 12, 4 to 8 p.m. at 6249 NW
; Speclol Selected Bible/ I
the upper half of her body. O. K. so the tops must be dogfights in '. Vir..' By R.turn Moll 19th Avenue.
covered, but did the Commission make a "boo-boo" by the skies... } .. ...1r.exc1tin.
not saying anuthlng about the bottoms But they wouldn't devil may-care
dare! Or would they? ? ??? ? ? love affairs on '
rrrrerrrr the ground!" ..
Pretty Girl of the week; Anne Rivers Yrr4Tl..N \ "
:7 Absorbing!
Pretty Boy of the week: Ralph Allen (Pro at Miami _rHI'A""I"
Springs Golf Course) f

Golfer of the week: George Kalish (Chicago an m E '
here for North-South) 3
Doctor of the week: Dr. Jack Eff (Peadlatrician) I I : up:: '
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QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Northerners who are I MAX iTrR1j
very happy be out of the weather! already gatheringfor
the North-South/Tournament to be played :Ifeb; $ 12. 'j Oth CW I
Nice'to see some of our local golfers getting ready, too. !
Par & Birdie Club wives meeting regularly to make ready I .
for the United Golfers meeting to be held in March and I I

the Tournament in August .Frank and Anne Rivers i& 1"V.Charles., ......Ware,. .-.--
sporting a beautiful new Lincoln Continental. . I :; '
Shirley and Robert Seldon with a beautiful new home. CinraScope.Color ly Deluxe) R ; .;,......,4.,,".'...,..-. 3i ,:Angela s &
nice to see all of these folks going "up the ladder" .
The new owners of the Knight Beat had a nice turn- ; CLEANING
out for Big Joe Turner, who was their first star (They'reholding
him over for another week) and they are operat- 4617 NW 22 Ave.

ing on sensible prices, we hear. . Clyde Killens's
Night in Nassau is March 12th. Got your ticket yet? KNIGHT/ BEAT Miami, Florida
Better hurry, You know Clyde's affairs!. ."My Place"is
still going strong with Jeff Addams, Carol Joyce, Jack Phone 633-9345
Prince and the Dino DeRose Trio. If you haven't been Presents '

there yet, you're missing a treat .Dave Akins Trio '15 Years on 20th Street
still at the Rancher. .Charlie North is giving free ticketsto u.
The/ Show
Nassau if you are 86 years old and acompanled by Big
your grandparents. Not much chance, is there? But at

least you can buy your own cheaply. VARIETY .
CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL needs everybody's talked --------
about it a couple of weeks before the news was out that << r
they were in such dire need, (not knowing the situation) Ella Washington I
but we cannot allow this wonderful Institution to "go HAIR DOESN'T GROW?

under". Any contribution you can make from .50 to "Grass is Greener" I DANDRUFF? I
whatever, please send it. "Every little bit helps" AND ,
CHRISTIAN HOSPITAL still needs blood If you can I

give, please do. Our deepest sympathy to the family FALLING HAIR? I II
of Ruth Culmer. .1 have a boy's bike for sale, cheap. Big Joe Turner
It Is an English Racer, so if you are interested, call me. I

.John Gully is progressing nicely, after his accident HELP I II
He was not hurt too badly. .Do you read Stanley HERE IS r
Sweeting's column In this paper? You must!!. . I '
Comedian, Dick Gregory, plans to run for The MayorOf I II
Chicago. He was advised to change his name from Martha Williams I USE
Richard Gregory to "Dick" Gregory, so everyone would
know who he is. This is Movie Star, Brock Peters,
last week at the Diplomat (The Tack Room). He is plan- NIJ-KAIR
ning a little trip to Nassau, after completing his engagement I I
Gee Gee
.Sarah Vaughn is appearing at the Chateau CONDITIONING CREAM I
Madrid, in Lauderdale. .Sam Early and his group I
have moved from the "front" room to the "back" room GUARANTEED TO HELP YOUR CONDITION

at Jilly's on 79th St. W. C. Baker still holding his OR YOUR MONEY BACK I
own at The Cotton Club on 15th Ave..L. o. Pind-
ling and wife, Marguerite, (The Premier of The Bahamas) I
were in town at the first of the week .. Charles Frank Williams j
Whited, of The Miami Herald, is doing a good job tryingto NUKAIRIs
the Children's Hospital. He is a good
help Variety
columnist, and Is always interesting..That is it for 9 PC BAND I highly medicated to help retarded hair growth I

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 3, 1967

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AI Hasting Heads Friendsof

Youth Membership Drive

Attorney Alcee Hastings,
H' an outstanding young lay- '
I men and devoted civic worker v

I has accepted the responsibility
I'I of heading the North-
west Branch Friends of
I r
Youth Membership Drive for
+ v 1967. The Annual Membership
t Kick-Off Drive starts

Yf;.yt Sunday, February 5th witha
Buffet Dinner at the Pride ILL4

r of Fort Lauderdale
e: r ya located at 712 Northwest, Lodge 2nd -j/, -I/II&..,. .., y.rw....

Street at 2:30: p.m. Left to right:Elizabeth Gregory, business mgr.-chap-

; y The membership goal for lain; Curley C. William, financial secretary; Mary L.

1967 has been set at$3,000.In Gainey, Joetta Wilcox/ vice president; Eumergene

I'I accepting the general Wood, president; Doris Taylor, sec.; Irene Hart, trea-
Chairmanship of the Drive, surer. Not shown: Evelyn/ Woodside, Celia Sanders and
the young dynamic leader la
Winifred Clork.Venus .
amplifying his concern for
better recreational facilities Any. Ale. Hastings
r lY' and programs for youth In Club Celebrates 15thThe
the community. Attorney gene Wood, Attorney W.
Hastings has conducted sev- George Allen and Mr. Cato Venus Club, local including a fabulous fashion

eral youth forums and has Roach, Jr. The following well-known Women's Club, show. ..theirwellknownIndependence
first hand knowledge of the persons will serve as cap- will celebrate it's 15th anniversary Day Ball. .
needs and desires of tains of the six teams and this year. Com- Masquerade Ball. .
people. Attorney Hastings is each team is responsible for posed of 10 of Ft. Lauder Mother's Day Dinner. .
encouraging all citizens to $500.00 each. Mrs. Annie dale's finest dedicated culminating with the Club's
support the local YMCA Mae Dailey, Mrs. Fannie women, the Club has planned Gala Anniversary Ball on
4 4f Branch by sponsoing a Grlsham, Mr. Nathaniel a fury of activities. November 25th,the Anniversary

number of youth in the Hankerson, Mr. Edgar Day. Organized In 19-
I TEENAGER THE WEEK YMCA. The Branch has conducted Jones, Mr. Levi Henry, and Bride. 52, the Club is charteredby
I'jI for the last three Mrs. Leola McCoy. Mr. James Johnson is in the State of Florida. .
The Times is proud to solute Miss Sharon teen-agesoclal recreational charge of the food service members of the Florida Association
I i'i
'I Anncttb Finn as Teenager of the Week. program which needs expanding The following persons and the public Is invited to of Women's Clubs. .
Sharon is an honor student at Dillard High which can only be have been requested to serve attend the Buffet Dinner at National Association of

I"1', school where her fellow students selected her done by additional financesto as workers; Miss Lillian $1.50 per person. Persons Colored Women's Clubs. .
: as "Miss Dillard High." supplement the amount Small, Miss Barbara West, interested In attending should supporters of the Y. M. C.A.

I Her hobbies are cooking, reading and sew received from the United Mrs. Salley Rice, Mrs. Maria call 523-2444 for reserva- .. United Fund. .
and has her sights seton becoming apedia- Fund. Lockett, Mrs. Francis tions no later than Friday, plus many other agencies of
trician.ing The Buffet Dinner on Sunday Scruggs, Mr. Gregg Hamm, February 3rd. The member the community. The Club's
has been planned for the Miss Joan Faulker, Mrs. ship slogan this year is "An youth group, the Venus Elites
. >.jD 11I1 II IIIl..,. I 11 T workers in the membership Leola McGlll, Mr. Lloyd Investment in Youth pays is a member of the Florida

1- 9L". ..... .........,... ..... .... .. .- Drive, representatives of Thomas, Mrs. Angeline Dividends Forever. PorterM. Association of Girl's
1 -' '' to'#! clubs and organizations, Beard, Mrs. Maude Storr, Davis, Jr., is the Executive Club. Miss Lillian Small
r ,!''! civic, social and religious Mrs. Vera Cunningham, Secretary of the Northwest serves as sponsoradvisor.Each .

T.EMP groups and interested cit Mr. Lamar Reddick,Jr., Re- YMCA and S. Meredith year the Club gives a
a THE lAUDERDA: 0li izens. The guest speaker will verend G. W. Wilson, Miss Mosely is the Chaiman of scholarship to a worthy girl
be Louis Fifer, Pulbic Rela- Johnnie Barnes, Mrs. Madeline the committee of Management in honor of Finer Woman-

.1' BY PORTERM. DAVIS*, JR. tions Director for,the First Rivers, Miss Johnnie hood.
Federal Savings and Loan Woodard, Mr. S. Meredith

Company of Fort Lauder- Mosely, Mrs. Gladys Harris,
The Art of
Chapter the Wider Cultural
Society Mr. Robert Smith Mrs. Annie
dale, Florida.
of Broward County Sponsored by the Northwest Branch .
Mae Dailey, Miss John- -
The Division Leaders of
YMCA In Fort
Lauderdale will hold a special open house ,the Drive are Mrs. Eumer- nie McCray,Mr.. Laura Mc- Depotlight
for the
public to view the City-Wide Elementary School. In
Art Exhibit on Sunday afternoon between the hours of" -
sion.1:00 P.M. and 5:00 P.M. There is no charge for admis- .

The Elks Club will be buzzing again this weekend with BY CAROLYN LAWSON

high excitement. The fabulous Le Jeune Models will be Reading of the condition of our local free day care
featured In a benefit Fashion Show and Dance to benefit
center in our daily we should wake and
the Reddick for Commissioner up
For '
campaign. $1.00
try to improve conditions there.
will get a chance to see Broward's loveliest. The show is
nite --"- --------- --... ----- -
Sunday beginning at 9:00: P.M. -
Dear Genie, The St. Paul Methodist Church will sponsor a comedy -
The Everglades Council No. 85 will sponsor a benefit I am a 13 year old Junior High School student. My etude sometime in themonth of February.Further details
Dance at the Elks with the Royal Dukes of Rhythm begin- best girl friend likes my boyfriend. She tries to outdo me In in next edition.
ning at 10:00 P.M. to benefit a worthy cause. everything that I do. I really like her for a friend, but she
irkes me about this boy. Should I tell her to duff out and
The Bethel AME Methodist will
If you want to start out on Friday nite dancing at the leave my boyfriend alone? Or, should I Just ignore her? start breaking ground
Monday to begin their edifice
Elks you can do so by attending the benefit dance spon- WonderingDear
sored by the Saint Christopher's Episcopal Church.
Wondering, There is a new club in town for young men called
Over at the Birdland Club, the Caps will sponsor a big You You have are too young to even and be troubled by this matte r. the Young Men's Social Club. To foil contact Mr. John
more more boyfriendsto
many years many
benefit dance for your enjoyment. nie McKeithen or Mr. Wardell Chance.
go, to be worried about this boyfriend. Good friendsare .
hard to come by so keep your girlfriend and your
Friends, Mrs. Percival A. DeVeaux (Alice Louise) calledto
boyfriend you have room for both in your young life.
say that it's Mardi Gras time at Saint Christophers
Tell your girlfriend nothing. ..just be as sweet as you are
Church and you can find no better food in town than that you'll find things have a way of working themselvesout. '
being served in the Parish house of the Church located at VOTE FOREdisol
Northwest 4th Street and 6th Avenue. The Mardi Gras r
starts February 2nd thru the 7th. Dear Genie,
Culturally speaking Lauderdale's tempo will pick up Although I am young, I want to wear lipstick, stockingsand 1.Wh..I.r
next week when the new Parker Playhouse opens February make-up to school Please tell me why I can't. My .
6th with E. G. Marshall and Dennis O'Keefe in "The Odd mother says I am too young. What do you say? ?

Couple". A host of stars and well known Broadway plays Question

have been lined up for an exciting season. Tickets are said Dear Question,
to be going fast for the Fort Lauderdale Opera Guild's You did '
not say just how old you are but I think As of
presentation of MIGNON with Teresa Berganza in the title one your
you are probably too young to wear "war paint" to t''
role. The Chorus of over 50 voices with new special scenery school. There is nothing eo beautiful as fresh unspoiled City Commissioners

and a large orchestra will be conducted by Emerson Buck beauty. So take your mother's advise and wear these Feb. 14, and again
ley at the War Memorial Auditorium February 28th. things when you need them not before. There is plenty of Feb. 28.Concerned.
Our vote for the best movie around town is "Doctor time later on for these crutches right now you don't
Zhivago" at Cinema II, but don't take my word for It, need them. You are beautiful just as you are. with:
your tempo may be "The Sound of Music".
Dear Genie, Past, Present and Future
Zeta Rho Omega chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority What do you do about a neighbor that flirts with your Progress of Fort Lauderdale -

held its monthly meeting on Jan. 27, 1967. Plans on husband? My neighbor wears short shorts. And she alwayshas City and Citizens.
the agenda included Founders Day observance and annual to come out in the yard when my husband is outside.
invitational dance. An elaborate buffet was njoyed by all What should I dC' tell her to put on something or I AM FOR:

Sorors in attendance. Mrs. Lucille D. Sims and Willard keep quiet? 1 I.
Wife Large industry within Fort Lauderdale's bounderies.
Lawson hostesses. Mrs.
were Margaret Rosen Is Basllius
of the chapter.Dr. Dear Wife, 2. More and Better Recreational Facilities.
C. II. Shirley enjoyed celebrating his Tf birthday Pull down the shades tell your husband to stay
Saturday night when his wife entertained at their palatial inside or put blinders on your husband. But, don't 3. An Increase in Wages for our City Employersa.
tell your neighbor anything what she wears on her More
earning power increases interest.b. .
own property is her business and not yours. or better
home.'l yet put on some short shorts yourself. you mightget More interest creates better efficiency and production.

MEZEIL STUDIO 11 some reaction and keep your husband's roving eye at 4. A Decrease in Taxes.a. .
home where it belongs.For .
Operated correctly, any city should have an excess of
"'" .)1050 N. W. 6th AVENUE : an answer to that problem you have. that you finance rather than a deficit that will increase our taxes.
,. '0'\:1" dare not mention even to your closest friend write
l '. ; derdale.Dear Genie today. Dear Genie, P. O. Box 8665, Ft. Lau- Pd.PoJ.Adv.1O .


THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 3, 1967 11

PompanoBeach I I Broward STEVENS County Deaths MIZELL I ELECT I;;\

BY MARIAN,R. HOLMES Robert Lee Massey, Jr. Mrs. Magnolia Prater of
Funeral services for Robert 2040 Hammondville Road
Miss Essie Roberts, a recent Lee Massey, Jr., 39, of Pompano Beach, Florida,
graduate of
2338 Charleston Street, Hollywood died Tuesday at her home.
College, Knoxville
Joined the Sanders Park
Elementary School who died January26th She is survived by four sons,
February 2. Faculty as a Second Grade Teacher on will be held at 2 P.M. James, Robert, Johnnie

Wednesday, February 2nd, and Andrew, one daughter,
The Sanders Park Elementary School PTA will In New Hope Baptist Mrs. Mattie B. Canady. Fu- City Commissioner"Get
meet on Church, Hollywood, with neral will be
Sunday, Feb-
Monday, February 6, 1967 at 7:30 p.m. After the business
:Miss Frances the Rev. H. W. Wright of ruary 5, 1967.
Monroe will the fat of
present out Hall"
Music "Elementary ficiating. Burial will be in S City
Program" and how It is conducted et Sanders
Park. Lincoln Cemetery, Miami, Mr. Governor Robinsonof
with the E. A. Stevens Fu- 2018 N.W. 27th Street, Farsighted Dedicated

? Mr. Samuel Williams, former teacher at Lincoln Park neral Home directing.Mr. Fort Lauderdale, Florida,
Elementary School, Ft. Lauderdale has begun his Massey's survivors died last Wednesday in a
Internship under the Administrative Leadership principal Programat include his widow, Mrs. local hospital. He Is survived ExperiencedPLATFORM
Sanders Park Elementary. Ethel Massey; one daughter by two sisters, Mrs.
Dorothy Mae Massey; Polly Sanders and Mrs.WU-

Blanche Ely High School,PTA Is continuing their drive four sons,Gregory,Michael, lia Brown and one brother,
for Band Uniforms. All Jessie and Jerome; mother Warren Robinson. Funeral ,
parents who have not jointed the 1. Redevelopment of Downtown area. -
PTA Mrs. Ethel Bell Massey; will be Tuesday January 31,
are urged to be present at the regular monthly meet- 2. Urban Renewal
Ing on Tuesday evening, February 7 at 8:00 p.m. At this four aunts; one uncle and 1967.
the other relatives. 3. Enforcement of oil sanitary taws.
meeting, captains will make a financial report. .
It Is hoped that after this meeting, the PTA will be able Mrs. Sophie Herring of 4. Reduce all unnecessary expenses.
to make a down-payment the Copeland McNeal Walkins 215 F. East Dixie Court Fort line-
on uniforms. 5. Four-Ianln\ I"a 6th St. from 9th Ave. to county
Funeral services for Lauderdale, Florida, died and 22nd Road from the intersection at 6th St. to
The Senior Class of Blanche Ely High School will Copeland McNeal Walkins, January 27, 1967 in a local
celebrate their Ring 35, of 5230 SW 21st Street; hospital. She is survived by the county line.
Ceremony on Thursday
9, 1967 at 1:00 p.m. in the Gymnasium. The speaker, February for Hollywood, who died Jan- four sisters, Mrs. Mamie 6. Extension of city limits from its boundary on B re

this occasion will be Fort Lauderdale Attorney, Alcee uary 29th, will be held Sun- Brown, Mrs.Della Washington ward-We to 35th Ave., thence north to Ookton d

Hastings.The day, February 5th, in Mace- Mrs. Annie Mae Pat Park City linlts-thence, east to the present city
Second Grade PTA of Coleman Elementary will meet donia Baptist Church, Hol- terson and Mrs. Lillie Hen-
on Tuesday, February 7, 1967 at 7:30.: lywood; with the Rev. J. W. derson. Two brothers, Mrs. limits. Pd.Pol.Adv.
Hepburn officiating. Burial Evans Findley and Mr.
Plans are being made for a Mother-Daughter Banquet will be in the Hallandale Wiley Findley.Funeral services -

by the Colman Elementary School PTA. This occasion Is Cemetery, with the E. A. will be held Sunday,
for any Mother and Daughter in the area. Please contact Stevens Funeral Home di- Feb. 5, 1967, at the Greater
Miss Dorothy Royster for further Information. recting. New Mt. Olive Baptist
Mr. Walkins' survivors Church at 1:00: P.M.

Include his widow, Mrs. Lu- PROGRESS NEEDED ,
NOTICE H &Z dle Walkins; one daughter, Mr. Norman Eaddy of I IV

Annie B.; six sons, Ronnie, 825 N.W. 10th. Terrace Fort
Club, organizations I and Drive Inn Copeland Jr., Bernard, Tim- Lauderdale, Florida, died fe'Rigfd'HOMAS
churches with pictures, othy, Albert and Phillip; his January 29, 1967. He Is
new or advertising for Complete take out parents, Mr. and Mrs. survived by his wife, Sarah, J.REDDICK.
the Broward County Section service -
Joseph C. Walkins; two sis- one daughter, Patricia Ann
may submit them to: Service on pre- ters, Mrs. Nina Phillips and and two sons, Jasper and Jr.

GREGG HAMM mises. Featuring: Mrs. Annie Rolle; a mother- Michael, his mother, Mrs. ,
823 NW 27th TerraceFt. in-law, Mrs. Pearlie McClen- Odmae Eaddy, two sisters,
Lauderdale FOR THE JOB"
don and other relatives. Mrs. Odean Barr and Mrs.
Phone 581.9525
CHICKEN Queen Elta Eaddy, seven

SEA FOOD BENTONStrick brothers, Samuel, David,

Ezra, Joseph, Jacob, John
141 SW 4th TERRACE Hankerson of 2848 Henry and John Felix

CarverRanches DANIA, FLA. NW 6th O., Ft. Lauderdale held Eaddy. The body will be
Funeral services were sent to Johnsonville, S.C.
(Across from Attucks Wednesday, Feb. 1 at 3:30: for other services and burial. VOTE VOTE
.I High School) p.m. New Bethel Baptist *
Church, Ft. Lauderdale, Rev.J. FEB.
II. teverettj'officiating. Burial James Key of 638 NW FEB.
News Feb. 10 Woodlawn Cemetery. 14th Way Ft. Lauderdale,
Florida, who died on Saturday 14tIJ 28th

"" Vy Welter Bowe Miss Bernice Smith, 700 January 28, 1967, ,
The South Broward VFW NW 15th Ave. Apt. 1. Remains grandson of Mrs. Pearl
Post 8195 will hold its The Elks Club will be forwarded to Albany, Tanksley. He is survived by
Ga.Thursday morning for final
meeting Sunday, Feb. 5 at his mother Mrs. Peggy R.
rites and burial.
the VFW Hall on Pembroke No. .308 Tanksley Key and several
Road. All members are urgedto ; other relatives. Funeral will
& 1M Tom Marshall, 141 NW 9th '
be present. be held on Friday afternoon,
;.' Presents: 4everyf; c& St. Rm. 12, Miami. Remains
Feb. 3, 1967. CO Utti
fff 0Jt Cibj meJt
Star Light Lodge No. 542 f I will be forwarded to Augusta, .
meets Friday night, Feb. 3 at FRIDAY Qa. for final rites and burial.
Mrs. Lucille Haines of
14 resident of city
8 All members, pleasebe year
p.m. SATURDAY Catherine Singletary, 2965 321 N.W. 28th. Way Fort U years practicing Attorney
present. NW 9th Ct.died Jan. 30. Sur- Lauderdale, Florida died
SUNDAY ,;,; Assistant Public Defender Broward County
Copeland Walkine died vivors are husband, John; two January 29, 1967. She is Veteran .
U. S. Army
daughters, Mrs. Annie Bell
somewhat suddenly Sunday CALYPSO survived by one daughter,
Cross and Mrs. Willie Ruth Member of
morning at his home, 5230 SW Mrs. Celia Mae Sampson, :
21st St.,West Hollywood. fu- At Its Best Hubard; one son, Tommie Lee one son, Mr. Adolphus Edwards Steering Committee Quality Education Committee
neral were incomplete Thomas;fourbrothersLuciou\ and Citizens' Advisory Committee
arrangements at the time of this Friday and Saturda Oscar, J. R. and John Moore, daughter-in-law, Office- of Economic Opportunity Committee
I Mrs. Viola Edwards. Her .
Board of Directors Cradle Nursery
writing. 1JQO; p.m. until four sisters husband, Mr. Robert Haines Elks Masons Mount Herman A. M. E. Church
and several l other relatives. Former co-chairman City's BI-Raclal Board
John Bowe celebrated his Mrs. Ollie Mae Jones, 949 The body will be shippedto Former member of:
14th birthday at his home NW 16th Terr. died Jan. 29. ,
Americus, for fu-
Georgia Board of Directors and
Budget committeeof
with mother and father, Mr. Survivors are two sons,George
neral services and
burial. United Fund
and A. Bowe.
Mrs. W. Williams, three daughters,
'' Board of Management N. W. Branch YMCA
Mrs. Betty Brown and one
ter. Local unit American Cancer Society


NW 2nd St. Apt. 2 died Jan.
30. He is the son of Mr.'and PAGE 16

Mrs. Lamar Walden. Other survivors Pd.Pol.Adv.snop .
Beauty are six sisters, 2-
brothers, grandmother and

& WigS grandfather.Mrs.. Oeraldine. Nelson, & SAVE AT

816 NW 19th Ave., died Jan.

lon 100% Human 31. WASHINGTON PARK _



Charlotte Phillips/ Wig ,Stylist In the regular monthly ,

,meeting Society, officers of the for Missionary the 1967 750 N. W. 22nd Road Fort Lauderdalo, Florida

year were installed by the
Phone 5248261For interim pastor, Rev. I. W. PHONE 583-4440 "
Mizell. [)'. Susie C. Holleywas
Pick Up and Delivery re-elected as president.Mrs. COMPLETE PRESCRIPTION SERVICE

Lula Moran,presidentof
1603 NW 6th St. the Southern Division of I Open 7.11 P.M. GIBBONS AND MILLER, Pharmacists
the Seaboard Association,
a FT UUDCRDALE, FLORIDA: was the guest speaker for the

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; 220 NW 5th Ave. ,. :; :1 Benton Funeral' Home Phone JA 2-8558


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12 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 3, 1967


I Joseph Ford of 3380 PlazaSt.

I f ., Coconut Grove died Jan.
af 24. Remains were shipped

Friday morning to Oglethorpe,
Ga., for final rites and burial.
r survivors are four daughters


of the late of Collins, Ethelrine Carter,
II sad, but living memory family loving memory my
beloved Effie Lee Canion, four sons,
our sisters mother wife, daughter, .. L_ I t I 1" "f Thomas, Willie II., Willie D.,

If"'II; \ ',J; ... t and Lee, two sisters, Mmes.
'' and
Maggie Sanders Rose.
r :: Two brothers,Aaron and Luke.
,: '
; "

.. Mrs. Illinois Holmes of

t 521 NW 19th St. died Jan. 25.
<; Services were held Monday
a : afternoon from Mt. Zion Bap-

tist Church. Survivors are
emu, nieces and nephews and Mrs.
Pf ,
j. J Lessie D. duflgnon Forrest
Mr. Charles Miller of 1261 Hills New York, Mr. Raymond
Leo Albury of 2051 NW NW 87th St. passed at Jack- Holmes nephew of this city.
64th St. Apt. 11 died Monday son Memorial Hospital on

Jan. 30 at Jackson Memoria Jan. 30, 1967. William Price of 21480 SW
: after brief illness.
Hospital a
He leaves to mourn his 129th Ave., Goulds. Survi-
Survivors are his mother, passing his wife, Lorraine, vors are several cousins ,

:. Mrs. Lillian Albury, 3 sons, stepson, Keith Rolle, his Louise Felton, Cora Lee Mor-
sisters. Funeral
ments 2 areincomplete. arrange- mother and father, Mr. and row, Ethel Grant, J. W. Mor-

.. Mrs. Ira Miller, one sister, row, A. B. Simmons, Ray
Donald McConico of 1021 Lynette Miller,other relativesand Simmons, Tommie Ray.

MRS. CORNELIA ROSS 0. WRIGHT NW 67th St. died Wednesday, friends.
WELLS who passed into life's eternalon Jan. 11. He is survived by his Funeral services will be Alfonso Graham, 321 NW

who departed this life Feb- Dec. 5, 1966.A wife, Yvonne one daughter, held on Saturday, Feb. 4 at 14th St. died Jan. 26. Survivors -
ruary 5,1965.Two have year has passed since Mrs.Joyce Daniels; two grand the Church of the Open Door. are fatherArthur Gra-

passed since that years sad day. DONALD McCONICO ARTHUR you slipped away. Your presence children; one brother, Henry Rev. Henry C. McDowell will ham, one sister, Louise
two uncles; one aunt and a officiate and Range Funeral of Groveland Fla. nieces
When the one we loved was "Blackie") has been missed, but ,
( home is .
called away. God took her wish to express sincere ap- there is comfort in thethougl'tthat host of other relatives and directing.Mrs. nephews, cousin, Mrs. Eliz-

home-it was his will. But and thanks to the you are a t res t with God. friends. Funeral serviceswere abeth ,Bradley of Tampa. Ar-
in our hearts, we love her preciation and Gone, but not forgotten. held Tuesday, Jan. 17 Willie Mae Farley of rangements are incomplete.
friends neighbor s
many May his soul rest in peace at St. James AME Church. 3091 NW 51st Terr died Jan.

still.Gone, but not forgotten. for cards calls, flowers visitsdonationsand telegrams, and light perpetual shine upon Otis Tarpley of 1820 NW 25. Survivors are a daughter, Sunny Hill, So. Dade Labor
phone ,
May she rest in peace. other kind expressions of him. 68th St. died January 26. Mrs. Olin Mae McMahan. Funeral Camp,House No. 9 Homestead,
services were held died Jan. 25.
Barry & Gregory Wells, sons sympathy.May A devoted mother, He is survived by his wife, Monday, January 30 at 2 p.m. are
God bless each of you. Ruthie Mae Wright Marjorie; one son, Otis, Jr.; incomplete.
Samuel Wells, husband\ six sisters; three brothers. at the Pentecostal Church.
And FamilyCARD
"Mr. Ross father
McConico Family
Funeral services will be held
Mrs. Lillian Ross, mother Cornelius E. Brown Jr. of RICHARDSON. .
Saturday Feb. 4 at 1 '
Mrs. Ernestine Collinssister p.m. 360 NW 22nd Terrace died
Mrs. Marie Freeman, sister IN MEMORI AM OF THANKS at St. Paul AME Church. Jan.26.He is survived by his Mrs. Jessie Cromartie of

Rev. Paul Freeman, The family of the late Mrs. Cora Groves of 1318 parents, four sisters and 2320 NW 81st St., died Jan.
brother-in-law In loving memory of our ----- -. -- NW 41st Street died jan. 27. brothers. Funeral serviceswere 30. She was one of Miami's

Cheryl Collins & Paulette dear, one, Survivors are her husband, held Monday, Jan. 30 in early pioneers, and formerly
Collins < George; six sons,three daugh- the chapel. lived on 9th St. She is sur-

Freeman, nieces ters. Funeral services will vived by a daughter, Mrs.

Robert Collins Jr., nephew be held Saturday, February 4 Eamestine Smith, two sons,
Aunts and Cousins at 10 a.m. in the First Ca- Samuel and Leroy; two nieces,
thedral Church. FRANCIS. Mrs. Ellen Williams, Mrs.
'. Ellen Thomas. Funeral ser-

Infant Frederick Bruton of William Henry Haynes of vices were held Thursday

2240 NW 97th St. died Jan. 1900 NW 1st Place died Jan. afternoon at Mt. Zion Baptist

24. Survivors are his parents, 28th. Funeral services will Church.

CARD OF THANKS and two brothers. Funeral be held Saturday, Feb. 4th.
services were held Saturday, Mrs. Bessie White of 740
at 2 in the
The family of the later Jan. 28 in the chapel. Rev. I. C.Mickins.officiating. NW 1st Ct. died Jan. 30th.

.... Mrs. Luella Eckles of 1895 Remains will repose in the She is survived by two daugh-

\ NW 58th St. died Jan. 25. Survivors are her husband, until funeral l time Satur- Mrs. Ruby Young. one granddaughter

Luke; one brother, Dorsey 'day. Survivors are his wife, } Mrs. Mary' Ann
Flanders two nieces, Kathe- .Jerlee; one daughter Eartha Truett of NY City. Funeral

leen Weston, Eula Mae Cooke. I Mae; two sons; Robert and services will be held Sat.
Funeral services were held .Alfred; one sister Betty jean Feb. 4 at 12 noon in, the

Wednesday, Feb. 1 at 3 p.m. I Mormon; one brother, Hubert chapel, 4500 NW 17th Ave.

....... ROBERT LEE JOHNSON atGreaterBethelAMEChurch. 1 Murphy; five grandchildren.

THEOPHILUS CALVIN wishes to express sincere
thanks and appreciation to Jerome Jones of 1361 NW Willie Hill, husband of
who departed this life Feb. the many relatives and friendsin 61st St. Apt. 7 died Jan. 24. Millie Hill, 1804 NW 1st PI.,

t ao 3, 1952. and out of the state, for Survivors are a daughter, died Jan. 29. Funeral services
cards,telegramscondolences, Linda; four sisters, Lucille CARD OF THANKSThe will be held Saturday, Feb.

The Adderly Family letters of sympathy, floral Baker, Marie Chappell, Ca- family of the late from the chpel.
pieces, visits and other therine Cum and Rosanna.
many ... .. ..
acts of kindness. Funeral services were held "" '" Patricia Montgomery, 11-
..... year-old daughter Moses and
IN MEMORIAMIn Special thanks to Rev. Monday, January 30 at 12 noon
sad, but loving Sims and all the organizationsand in the chapel. Mary Montgomery of 4234 NW (
23rd Ave. died Jan. 31. Ser-
choir of
our dear mother, grand- Hope Baptist
mother and sister.WET.a Church, the Rev. Cox of vices will beheld 4 p.m. sat- j
Bethany Seven Day Adventist urday, Feb. 4 from the chapel. I

MR.WILLIENELSONacknowledge the Theresa Florist, CARD OF THANKSThe Others survivors are four sis I
the neighbors of 27 and 26th ters, grandmother, Kirs. Rebecca '
appreciation acts of grateful kind- Avenues and 160th St. and the family of the late, uncles.Blount, three aunts, two

ness and sympathy shown during ., Range Funeral Home. I
our bereavement. Special We, the family say thanks I'

thanks to Rev. Durney and J again to each and everyone

members of New Providence r of you. CARD OF THANKSI

M. B. Church, neighbors and \ ,
The Johnson and
friends, Jackson Memorial
Poole families wish to take this methodof
Hospital Staff and Range '.:
Funeral Home for thei! rkind \ expressingmy sincere thanks,
and splendid services. {I CARD OF THANKSThe and appreciation to all persons
.,11; .0'-1, who
i were so thoughtful and
The Family., t b.h: t1 family of the late kind to
me during
'''' my recent
'; 11 ,4 ;, J ', ,
v ; Jf' hospital confinements. The
'ta- '
/ numerous
remembrances of
,, !
i' cards, flowers, telephonecalls
'' 7,1"( '" Y. who died December
Rtq,\ 27, 1966 donations
CARD OF THANKSThe J wish prayers,
n :rtl" p 'f to thank their many and
family of the late > 7 friends for the cards, letters kind deeds are
;: 3MT< ;* W and telegrams and the neighbors I helping so much toward my I
ARABELLA BETHEL of Florida Avenue. I recovery. f

who departed this life Feb.
departed this life Jan.
2. 1966. Special thanks to the Special thanks to Rev.
11967 at the State Hospitalin
and members of Macedonia S.; A. Cousin, Rev. F. J.
Hollywood, Fla. wishes to When the day of toil is done, pastor
thank the many friends for their when the race of life is run, --- ---- Baptist Church. The Greater Bethel AME

many kindnesses shown to us Father, grant thy wearied one CHARLES E. GIVENS 'beautiful floral pieces from *Church, The Faysonite

during our hours of bereave- rest for evermore. acknowledges with thanks i our neighbors and the kindness I Board, The Friendship Gar-
the kindness of the many i and visits extended ien Club, The philos, The
Our thanks Valerie Wilboum
ment. special to daughter
the Sulivan Funeral Home in George Bethel, son friends during their bereave-,during his illness and the as- American Legion Auxiliary; ,
ment, for cards, floral pieces nd my neighbors.
sistance rendered by the Ma8sonic
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. and to William Bethel, son donation
of food
those friends who send cards Tony, Maria and Denise and other Brothers, and all acts Thanks a million.
expressions of
and letters of sympathy and Bethel, grandchildrenMary sympathy. 'of kindness rendered. May

condolences.The Cash, sister aM1 \ ... Jackson Special thanks to the staff at God bless each of you.
Francis Johnson, sister MICHAEL STRACHAN the Hospital, Mrs. Alice Butler
Johnson Family Friendly Social and Sa-
wishes to express sincere vings Clubthe 1727 NW 5th Avenue
Loyal Ladies, Mrs.EmmaJ. Burney
appreciation to the many re Lily White Lodge No. 129, I
latives and friends for cards, the Maggie Lumpkin Chapter
NOTE OF THANKSThe telegrams, flowers, calls, 119, Order of Eastern star,
family of the I late, visits, cars and many other Youth Hall staff, employees

CARD OF THANKSThe MRS. ROBBIE LEE acts of kindness rendered du- of Biscayne Plaza Building,

ring the passing of their Canon Charles F. Cooper of
family of the late wishes to thank their many .
friends for kindnesses shown loved one. v St. Peters African Orthodox
MRS. CORA GROVES Special thanks is given to
to them in everyway during Cathedral and Children of LINCOLN MEMORIAL CEMETERY
who passed January 26, 1967 their bereavement. We thank Father Lambert Sands' and all Mary's Guild.
would like to thank their organizations of St. Agnes
the pastor of Greater Bethel Mrs. Barbara Jean Givens,
who Episcopal Church, BookerT.
friends and
neighbors AME Church for his consoling Washington and Dunbar : wife 3001 N W 46th Street N E 4-4197
offered and their ser-
eulogy Auxiliary Board No. 1 Mrs. Erma Cleare Givens
vices during our hours of sorrow and Richardson Funeral Home schools, the Range Funeral
home, OB-GYN Staff of Jack- mother
E. JOHNSON 1.9199 '
director for her courteous ser- son Memorial Hospital'and Bernard and Gregory Givens, Manager OX

Clifton Groves vice. the neighbors of 22nd St. sons ,

James Groves The Family Thanks, ,again from all .of us.. And: Family



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I THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 3, 1967 13

FMC Diamond Jubilee Committee to OrganizeA I I, S N' Y.

luncheon at the Algiers being called by Representative pose Is to held In planningthe .1IO.'y .,
will be hosted ery
hotel by own- Lou Wolfsonoftheylorida relocation of the school
er, Lou Kenin, for the organizing State Legislature tot the to Greater Miami from St. ': day of'IH
of the purpose of commemorating Augustine where the collegeis
Diamond Jubilee for the the 75th anniversary of the now situated
Florida Memorial College, four liberal arts school, one In the past three months week
Jan. 31. of the oldest in the State of almost $900,000 has been
The committee meeting is Florida. An additional Salt
pur. raised in a capital funds prices
campaign toward the goal of
$2.7 million and this sum ar. good
will be matched by a grantof

EOPI legal Services the$2.7 United million States funds govern-from all week


By IRWIN S. FUTERFAS, CENTER ATTORNEY' The college will be locatedat
6 NW 156hJSt.} and Le- KENTUCKY OYSTER
Jeune Rd. in Opa Locka and
The largest of
group complaints by persons who soughtour
services is In the field of Domestic Relations. This includes will be open with approximately LB

such matters as child support and custody, abuseor 1300 students In PAIL
misconduct by either the husband or wife toward the other 1968. Registrations are now
party, questions of paternity, and other related problems. being accepted at the college
Solutions to these problems are usually lengthy and in- office In St. Augustine.

volved, and quite frequently unsatisfactory. This is particularly -
true In the areas of child support, where the hus-
band or father fails or refuses to adequately support his
children.It .
Is a sad situation when a mother of many children I
comes into the office,and comolalns that the father has either

disappeared, moved to another area, or is living locally,
and not adequately providing his family with their neces
sities. On many occasions the father's failure to provide Is t
brought about by his lack, or Insufficiency of Income; on wKwrrt t
other occasions it is due to his lack of desire.
The former situation, where there Is insufficiency of In-
come, Is most discouraging, forusuallytheheadof the fam-
ily is unemployed, or Is unable to earn enough Income with
which to adequately maintain the family. Until such time as 1" CANTER CUT
he Is able to find
employment, or his position brings more r
salary or he is able to advance to a higher salaried posi-
tion, he is somewhat stymied.The Chuck Roast

latter circumstance, where the father neglects or re-
fuet.es to support even though he has income, is equally as
devastating on thefamlly,butls amuch greater reflection on --
the person It is certainly incumbent on all of us to attemptto NATHANIEL COLSTON,M.D.
assist the families of these persons, by urging those res- announces the relocation of h', 4 .
ponsible to fulfill their legal and moral obligations.In his office for the practice of
other columns we have discussed legal remedies for general medicine to:
6825 NW 15th Avenue
several domestic problems; such as Paternity actions in the
Miami, Florida 33147
Circuit Court where the father fails to provide support for'' Telephone: 691-0705
their children with unwed mothers, Separate Maintenance Office Hours:
action by the wife where the husband fails to adequately 10-1:30: 5:30-8 SMOKED
support his family, and assistance through the State At- Closed Wednesday

torney's office where the father has moved out of state. TF Slab Bacon BY THE PIECE 45t
Divorce may be considered as a last resort.
The aformentioned remedies, and the others available,
are to aid and assist inmalntainlng family; particularly CULTURAL PROGRAMAT SLICE Country I Style 49
from a financial level. Of equal or greater importance on BTW FRIDAYA LB
many levels, is the use of the knowledge and facilities of

family counselors and social workers. They are trained and "
CHOICE A. 1' c 4 r :" 5
equipped to assist In domesticproblems,and their use shouldbe cultural program will be : : : ; i : :, '.'
employed to a far greater extent; particularly by thoseIn presented at Booker T. Wash- ISiriioB StNk169t! )_ / l.Br. (
the poverty class, who can 111 afford the costs of maritalor ington High this Friday at _
domestic strife. 9:45 and 10:45 a.m.
Students who have been FRESH SLICED
tutored by instructors from
Barry College will be the .
Pork 49
participants, and me of the LB
NEWS FROM IN AND instructors will be mistress
of for the -----
ceremony occasion. -- -----
; >,AA',, "r"I.. , ,
The presentation will fea- BOSTON BUTT 1 'j".r 'b' .: ;":: IfI. ( ;,'t, I

AROUND! THE BAHAMASThe ture should foreign Thailand costumes countries-all portray Japan a from true and of pictureof Brazil which other, Pork Rocist.\\" '/'' 3?$l.B'''/'

some of the customs of

General Election is been supported largely by The program promises to I
over, and the People Progressive contributions from churches. 'be educational and interesting, FRYERS 29c Picnics 39c
Party has an edgein The building was financed 'from beginning to end. The
the House of Assemblyby by the Foreign Mission public is invited.

one. The 18-18 tie be- Board of the National Bap- FEED ,A FAMILY OF 10 CHEF BOY ,ARDEESpaghettiMeat ,
tween the PLP and URP was tist Convention, U.S.A., Inc. "'
broken by Laborlte Randol It Is co-educational. r EAST COAST TAILORS r $1.49:
Fawken, In favor ofthePLP, Balls
and that made Lynden Pindl- Headquarters for the

Ing the second Premier of the Seamtress Cynthia Binder Well Dressed Man BIS,GALLON CAN WITH 41'MEAt BEAts OPEN:1'CAN'AND 'FEED, 10
and Rudi Meadows were
Bahamas. Just about all the
Alteration ondR mod llng
shouting is over and the people married recently at LIBBY'S
are -thinking. Baptist Church, Freeport, FAST SERVICE
Grand Bahama. A large Shouldn't your tailor bEAST .
number of their friends and COAST Corned Beef 12 Oz. Tin 496

Clifton Furguson, 23, relatives were present, and
717 NW ST.
charged with robbery, was the ceremony was performed -
found guilty by a Supreme by the Rev. Wellington PL 8-3901 LIBBY'S
,Court jury"on Jan. 12 and Finder, Rudi's uncle. The re- A cbff while you wait
was sent to prison for four ception was held at the Kings anytime Pineapple jvIce4$1: : ;t
years. Ferguson threatened Inn Hotel. ; ,
Armando Martinez a sea- ,
man on the S. S. Florida
last August and "took" $65 A 150-acre tract of land 18 YEARS OF RESPONSIBLE LIBBY'S PINK 1 LB TALL CAN SWEET CAROLINA
from him. He had previous has been leased by the Grand BUILDING SERVICE TO
Supreme Court convinction Bahama Port Authority to THE COMMUNITY Salmon 55t YAMS 10tB "
the Freeport Refinery Com-
which for breaking carrledafive-yearaen-and stealing pany, Ltd. An oil refinerywith .... BUYING or BUILDING

tence. a capital investment of CALL STANLEYPL .'VALVITAPeaches.,. 1'V'f. \." 5 ", ," I :'. ,,\\'ti'l... ".s., ,"I.,.,,'''''.vA'." '\
$20 million is expected to get '.':,' !Iti lit 'r"" ..
underway within two '1-1884 ; :;';:' :::: ;,;' .s' ( 2CAS.' ; '
The Prince Williams Hieh months. It is anticipated that o ,
r: ,, t w ,
,101 t \
School, a Baptist School operating the project will Increase to Beautiful H.m 0. .. ., ,. ,. ,I' ,::It'Z .":>Io/IW:,, .. '1:4\; -...'y.J' ,J.J(l ." 1.tt" .
in Nassau for 23 $100 million investment and Built on Yow Lot
or Our
years by the Bahamas Bap- will give employment to OVEN FRESHBread
1 I Attractive AIt.
tist Missionary and Educa- thousands ol men and wom- A
tlon..d Addition REG. LOAVES
WJtcl 2 29t
tional Convention, has been en. DIME
given an annual grant by the eLot U. DemolUh
government, effective Sep- luff Your Worn Out ...
tember 1966. The amountof The 1966 number of HOUM and Build 0 1 LB. TINFOLGERS '. t

the will be $17,860, tourists visiting the Baha- Lovely N.w Homo : OR, ,
grant has broken previous Coll Us for Facts About 5 LB. BAGSUNSHINE ,
and it will be increased to mas
$23,360. To qualify for the records. Sir Stafford Sands, SWEETSSUGAR
minister of tourism, wholosthis Good Bonk Financing
grant the school will have to ,
provide ten classrooms with- post In the recent election, .

in three years-lnstead of the announced that822,317 TANLEY BUILDERS, ; <
visited the country dur-
six-a science laboratory sons
'present inc. \
ing the year. The number for :JOUR \
crafts other essential WITH
a room BORDER
Lie Utvrtd .
1965 was'720,420. Duringthe **! 6k
facilities,and raise the EITHER ONE '
past 17 tourism .. OR MORE.I i
of .
educaional qualification 38 N. E. 79th Street .
its staff. The school now has has been on the increase Miami/Florida .11 ':..., .>'. J '
an enrollment of 267. It has steadily.

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1 14 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday February 3 1967
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Ministers Council ST. PAUL AME

1899 NW 64th Street Baptist Rev. T. C. Kelley Jr., pastor

Rev. P. W. Wiggins, minister Mary Rawls, reporter

Rachel B. Pratt, reporter
i Elects OfficersThe The pastor is asking thatas
The entire membership of many members aspossibl e

Antioch Baptist extends a cordial plan to attend Love Feast

Invitation to you to join Baptist Ministers, retary; Rev. W. O. Woodley, Friday night, Feb. 3 at 8 p.m.
them in the following activi- Council held its weekly meet-, assistant. Don't forget Class Meeting on

MARTIN MEMORIAL ties: Ing on Jan. 18 at St. Luke Installation services were Tuesday night, Feb. 7. CHURCH OF THE

The chairman and membersof Baptist Church. After the de held on Jan. 25 at Mt. Olive The Willing Workers Board TRANSFIGURATIONEPISCOPAL

Rev. R. H. Johnson, pastorN. the program committee, votion led by the Rev. Achl- Baptist Church South will celebrate their anniversary
0. Holton, reporter of the. Sunday School depart- son, the Rev. P. W. Wil- Feb. 12 at 3 p.m. Please ( )
Rev. K. E.
ment have planned a special l Rogers,pas- come out and bring a friend. 15260 NW 19th Avenue
The church is progressingunder expositor, gave a tor. The delivered Opa-locka Fla.
program for your enjoymentto message was They are selling dinners Sun- ,
the capable leadershipof climax the observance of very Informative and inspir- by Rev. J. E. Jenk- day, Feb. 5 at the church. Fr. Elisha Clarke, Jr.

and the members pastor.are The thankful officers for Youth Week on Sunday, Feb. ing The lesson. ins. Plan now to have dinner with The church will be open
following officers
5th at 9:30: a.m. They have wereelected
all shrove
day on Tuesday
.such a God-sent man. them.The
chosen Miss Carolyn Wilcoxto for 1967: Rev. T.
( pastor and officers
At the last official meet (Tuesday before Ash-Wednea-
be the main speaker. Her Johnson, president; Rev. are, asking each and everyone
and for members
ing a beautiful picture MT. MORI AH BAPTIST day) to bring
speech will be centered around W. E. Sims vice of to to attendour
floor plans of the future Mar- president; you plan now their palsm for burning.
tin Memorial AME Church, the theme: "Called to be" Human Rev. L C. Mickins, second (PERRINE) installation services,Feb. Shrove Tuesday service:

were shown to the members. in a Broken world. vice president; Rev. HaroldD. Rev. W. C. Edcar, pastor 19. 8 p.m. by the Traditional

Everyone is excited over the The pastor and congregation Brown, secretary; Rev. Lillie R. Harris, reporterAt Funeral services fathe Pancake supper. All the faith
will with the
worship late Mr. Otis Tarpley will be
plans presented. If you have Rev. L. R. Ross and congregation (Carter, assistant; Rev. K. E. 3 p.m., the Fifth Sun- ful should be present for this
not seem them, they will be of the New Bethel Rogers, treasurer; Rev day Choir Union convened at held Saturday, Feb. 4 at 1-p.m. service.
All ushers and choirs
presented again on Sunday.We Baptist Church in Richmond W. O. Dove, chaplain; Rev. our church, and a wonderful asked to please serve.Attention AshWednesdayLow
are so happy becausewe the Thursday night W. O. West, financial service was held. The Rev.K. Mass and Imposition of
Heights on sec- : Parents, we are
have talked church long after the first Sunday in Feb. E. Rogers, pastor of Mt. planning now for our Easter Ashes, 7 a.m., the Angelus
enough. Olive, South Miami,was guest and Imposition of Ashes, 12
Wiggins requests
Last Sunday was Mis- The pastor, Rev. program. We are asking for
that all adult singing speaker. Among other visitorswas noon, $olem suns Mass and
in sending
sionary Day. Mrs. Sarena B. FRIENDSHIP the your full support Imposition of Ashes 8
groups and ushers of the An- Rev. C. H. Simmonsof children p.m.
out on Monday
Allen wife of Presiding your
South Carolina followed by Confirmation Instruction -
tioch Baptist Church render our pianist,
Elder F. A. Allen of the Mia- services. We wish to thank the membersRev. Mrs. Delores Dunkin and her afternoons at 5 p.m.GREATER for adults.

mi district, was the morning No. 1 Choir from Shiloh Bap- Friday
speaker. She gave an inspira- The Pulpit Aid Club will J. E. Jenkins, pastor tist church, Florida City was Low Mass, 7 a.m. and Sta-

tional and informative messa.e, sponsor a Pre-St. Valentine'sDay Ruby Lee Carr, reporterWe our guest choirRev. McGriff, tions of the Cross, 8 p.m.
from the theme "Who Is A Tea at the home of Mr.
wish to thank the mem- pastor; Sweetfield Male Chorus NEWMACEDONIA
and Mrs. Sam Walker, 1820
from P. J. Curry's church.We .
bers and friends who went on
NW 81st Feb. 12 from 4-
The president, Mrs. Clemen- St., to Silver Springs and Six wish to thank all the par-
tina Rahming wants to thank 6 p.m. trip ticipants.We 3165 NW 56th Street
Tickets are available for Gun Territory in Ocala, Fla. HURST CHAPELRev.
the program committee, Mrs. are asking the ladiesto Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor
the fellowship banquet to be All expressed their enjoymentof
Patience Mitchell, chairman, come out Friday night, Willie J. Beard, reporter W. J. Allen, pastor
held at the Holiday Inn,2500
and all the a real nice trip. wearing costumes like Mrs. Jean Townsend
participants on Brickell Ave. on Saturday they The pastor wishes to thank reporter
for well done. We were blessed to have used to wear in the good old
program a job each and who
25th at 8 everyone accompanied -
night, p.m. our own Rev. Stanley Johnson Sunday was Missionary
days. Remember Friday night
10 me members ana
many him to the Bethlehem -
Donation is 500. You may Day. An open discussion "Aar -
friends, the MB sionary De- delivered the morning sermon is for prayer meeting at our M. B. Church in As Believer"
call the banquet chairman surance a Mrs.
partment wants you to know Miss Barbara Jones at OX and one of our young minister church, and don't forget the new home. Special thanks to Thelma Grove opened the discussion I
that prayer meeting is still Rev. Nathan Streeter delivered 'sick and shut-ins. I
Information. Choir No. 2 and Usher and answered
6-5818 for further ques-
held !
being each Friday nightat the evening sermon. Board No. 2.

everyweek.The 7:30 p.m.. at the church, Sunday we expect our pastor On last Sunday night tions.We are very happy our men

to deliver both morning Ushers Board Nos. 1 and 2 participated in missionary
Sunday night servicewas
and evening sermons. You are were hosts to the first unionof activities.Our .
rendered by the Youth GLENDALE always welcome at our churchif ST. JOHN AME the new year for the Ushers' evening speaker was

Department of the church. RICHMOND HEIGHTSRev. you do not have transpor SOUTH MIAMI Federation Association. We our pastor.
The children looked beautifulin
their green and white uni- B. L. Turner, pastor tation, check our church bus Rev. W. A. Curry, pastor were very happy to have them. We welcome our visitors.
Mrs. R.M. Harrington schedule, both members and February will be a very Please
forms. Thanks to the adults ,reporter Missionary Day was observed come again.
friends are welcome to ride 1 busy month. Forthcoming activities Let us visit our sick and
who work with
our young Among our Christian familywe sunday, Dr. Irene O.
people with training and guidance know that, "Life takes on free. Pratt was our morning speaker. concerning Men's Day shut-ins.

I ,,,we won't have to worry added meaning, and you become Come to church, have your The Miss .St. John con- will be discussed further.Men's Thought for the week:
is the fourth
faith lifted. Day sun- "Believe that life is worth ,
about the church of tom- more open to the good test terminated in the even-
j morrow. that God has in store for all" ing service Miss Naomi Wil- day in February. living and your belief will

Don't forget the rally On the first Lord's Day ina liamson was crowned "Miss create the fact."

I which terminates in February. new month, Pastor Turner St. John by Mrs. Serena B.

I Each member is asked to put will bring the morning message FELLOWSHIPBy Allen, Missionary supervisorof ZION HOPE
his best forward from this inspiring sub- the district.
in this drive. R. J. McGhaney Miami Miss Rev. P. Freeman, pastor
Class leaders are asked to ject: "God is Not Dead. Williamson reported $552.00and Sis. E. Jackson, reporter MT. CARMEL
please see each member on He's just Sick." Let us hear "It is your Father's good Mrs. Eunice MaQahee reported -
his class and make sure the the Bible truths about this pleasure to give you the king $301.00. Total raisedin The No. 2 Choir will havea NW 11th Terrace

members know the purpose of interesting subject dom. Luke 12:32. the contest was $942.00. barbecue sale at the church Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastor

the rally Let us remember that true Why do we go arouna worrying Men' Day will be observedon Saturday.The Sis. Louise Me Griff, reporter
Don' t forget to for Christians stand for the second Sunday inMarchMr. will havea
pray our some- about the things of tomorrow Male Chorus The Rev. G. W. Bradley a
sick and shut-ins. thing. Getting away from something when everythingthat Robert Butler, chairman, Car Wash Saturday at the visiting minister delivered
upsetting is never the and Mr. Flowers co-
Henry church.
will our morning's
THE SHEPHARDS VOICE"I we ever need is message.
answer, but turning to God right in our reach today. Let chairman. We encourage all of you to In the afternoon we left
am the way, the truth right where we are will reveal us affirm this Friends are always wel- attend prayer meeting on TUesday for Ft. Lauderdale to the
and the life." St. John 14:6. to us a, way to meet it. meditation come to worship at St. John. night Minister's and
Deacon'a Union
Jesus of Nazareth called men Let us remember all families statement from unity of Miami,
from fishing saying: Followme who are experiencing sorrow everyday this coming week. The superintendent of the where our pastor delivered a

to the sick, diseased and In our prayers. You( are always God is not death; God is life. Sunday school is urging all great message.
God is not hate and parents to please send theirchildren Remember the sick and
troubled. He said "Cane unto invited to worship withus sorrow;
-. me, the theme of Christ'steaching iq our services. Our YWA God is love and joy. God is DRAKE MEMORIAL to Sunday .School on shut-ins and those who have

is to instill in the Focus week will begin Feb. not weakness and failure; 5800 NW 22nd Avenue time.The lost their loved ones. Visitorsare

hearts of men that he was theme 5-12, 1967.CHRIST. God is strength and success. No.' 2 Ushers' Board always welcome. Sunday

sent from God. "By me, When one makes a mistake, The pastor, officers and will have a valentine sip tea is visit the with first Sunday. come and

if any man enter, he shall let's rub it out, don't rub it members are planning a gigantic Feb. 12 at 1855 NW 83rd SU us.SALTER'S

be saved St. John 10:9. in. My congratulations to the song feat. The South- rom4to6p.m.
People today have chosento Miami Times and staff in their em Singers and guest artistof Go to church Sunday and

follow preachers, creeds, EPISCOPALRev. beautiful new home. So untila our city will thrill your have your faith lifted.METROPOLITAN.

denominations, false prop- Theo.R.Gibson, rector later date, if God's will, soul on Sunday night, Feb. CHAPELRev.

hets, none of these, can save Antoinette Silva, reporterOn thanks, and my prayers for all 10 at 7. This song fest is Salmon, pastor
are given a life of peace and of you. given by Group No. 3. Dea-
Betty Morant,
happl ess-but the Christ, to Tuesday, Feb. 7, 7:30: con W. Green is chairmanand AME

trust him, follow him, and p.m. at the Holiday Inn on Sister Knowles is co- 1778 NW 69th Street Our rally will come off the
U.S. No. 1, the members and
chairman. second Sunday in March.
live for him is life I
eternal. friends of Christ Church will GRACE Rev. J. J. Williams, pastor Our fifth
Jesus is the way, are you The Ushers' Board is ha- Sunday night service -
gather for the Annual Ruthie
Shrove Nixon
reporter well attended and
following him or something Tuesday PRESBYTERIANRev. ving a benefit sale on Saturday -
else. Prayer and council, for this Banquet.Toast special occasion master Feb. 4 at the home of The pastor and the Mis- we are hoping that we see

blessings and advice are given will be William J. Stirrup. A W. F. Savoy, pastor Mr. and Mrs. Richard Clements sionary Society thank each more new faces out to our

daily from the church. Come special program is being plan- Highly 1985 NW 57th St. The and everyone for their supportfor first Sunday's services.
or call today 6969548. was the ushers will have pies, barbecue making the Missionary We also have our pews on
ned. Plan now to attend. You youth Sunday services, both sale and if
and chicken. The sale will Society tea a great success. you a prayer
may secure tickets from mem- morning and evening. We con- begin at 12 noon. Please help On Tuesday night,Jan. 31 pew, contact Miss Morant or
bers of the Shrove Tuesday gratulate the youth for their the ushers to make their sal e there will be Bible Study,* Mrs. Gunner at the church.
Banquet Committee.
fine work. a huge success. Class meeting and prayer The pews are priced at one

HOLY REDEEMER'SCYO Duncan The Rt.Suffragan Rev. James Bishop L.of February is "Church Attendance meeting. Anyone who wishesto dollar. Please put in your

Rally" month We attend has a cordial invitation. order to help us with our
NEW QUEEN the Diocese of South Fla.
to seeing which church.
made his annual visit to our
zones will You are always invited to We are praying for all our
Miss Ruth Clark student church attend church the
on Sunday
of Notre Dame Academy, was 29. Bishop Duncan in his message best, morning and evening, worship with us anytime your sick and shut-ins.

crowned "Miss Holy Redeemer to the congregation expressed in February Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor heart desires.

CYO 1967" on Sat.dayovenin& "The Importance of "Men's Day" is February Sis. Evelyn Souter, reporterOur We ask that you continue

Jan. 28. The very Lent" and the many sacrifices 19. General Conference to pray for the sick and th e

impressive Coronation Ball we should make to observe it. Remember: You are always and election will be tonight needy ones.

was held at Holy Redeemer's Get well wishes to Mrs. Gladys welcome at Grace, Thursday 7:30. All membersare ST. BARNABAS WM
Hall. The music was furnished Sands and
Mrs. Nora Gaither
asked to please be pro- ST. JAMES AME
by The Aquanots of Carol who is bedded at Mercy Hospital --- assent Rev. Howard Demeritt, pastor
City High School.Accompanying. Rev. F. Sneed
The Male Chorus want to pastor Phyllis Johnson, reporter
the queen ST. LUKE BAPTISTGloria Marie A. Child, reporterWe
thank each and who
everyone Last Sunday being Youth
was Rodney Higgs, a studentof
Archbishop Curley High. Perry, reporter participated and attended during were blessed with one Day the children were in

The queen's court ,consistedof TEMPLEThe The service Sunday was their anniversary.Our member last Sunday. charge of the services. Our

the following attendants: very inspirational.We Youth Day will be Friday night, we will be scripture was taken from the

f irst runner-up, Miss Tatlou administered Lord's during Supper the will morning be- were honored with the the second Sunday. All adults observing our Love Fe ast ser- 18th chapter of Matthew which

1 'Everett escorted by Danny and services. I presence of the John F. Ken- are asked to please show vices. was read by Walter Jackson.

Schofield, second runner-up, Coming evening events: The Male ,nedy civil Air Patrol( in our their holy lights 'toward our We are making plans for Master Andre Wright was our

Miss Juliette Portier ea ,Chorus will sponsor a musical I morning service. children.We our annual Homecoming Feb. speaker nd his topic" was

carted by Dwight Fayson and program on the afternoon of the "Miss Florida County, are still asking your 12. Remember you are always "God Choose A Child.

third runner-up, Miss Diane i second Sunday and the Pul- 'sponsored by the St. Luke prayers for our pastor, sick, welcome at St. James AME, We were glad to have Bro.

Dye escorted by James Gas- |pit Aid Board on the third Deaconess Board, 1790 NW shut-ins bereaved families the friendly church. Wallace with us again after a

ton. The evening was truly a !Sunday. Friends are invited ;55th St., Friday Feb. 3 at and those in the armed services. Let us continue to pray period of illness.
'to attend both affairs. 8 p.m. Donation is 25 cent. Let us remember to pray
gala one in all aspects. Visitors are always welcome. for the sick and shut-ins. for our sick and shut-in.

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I I THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 3, 1967 15

! I U.S. Warns I Call

Catholic Schools CHARLESROGERS

I in Louisiana I

AT PL 1-7502

The U. S. Office of Edu- school officials to certify
told Catholic schools that they were operating as
Louisiana Tuesday to required by the Civil Rights For A 'Good Buy on
up the pace of dese- Act of 1964.
uneoJ rnea in order to qualify Last October, schools in
J> federal benefits in educa- Alexandria and afayatte, A Piano Organ
tion.The were dropped by the federal ,
diocese of Alexandria agency for not complying with
Layfayette have been the act. Scott Stereoor
aid as a result of fe- Admitting that church had
action. Two more-New operated separate schools
and Baton Rouge- since Civil War days, the Orchestra-
the loss of aid if they do
Rev. C. Murray Clayton, director
show further in
progress of information for the
rid of the dual school Instruments
Diocese of Alexandria, cri
ticised federal officials for
Under the Elementary and not recognizing the progress
Education Act, made since the Most Rev.
schools do not re- Chas. P. Green, Alexandria's
federal payment, but bishop, ordered school inte-
Prince Buster whose record school pupils are gration two years ago.
is sweeping the country shows to receive free text- Nine Negro students wentto
and special services formerly all-white schools w
Mosque No. 29, Minister Troy as remedial reading last year. This year, 111 Ne-
announcing his rise to fame. : therapy, and music gro children attend white
at the "Muslim's Night with schools, he said.
of Photography photo.Miamians It was notuntil lastsummer Father Clayton said that a
federal school desegre- about 25 per cent of the
was brought to the at- 11,230 pupils are Negro, and
Thrilled of non-public schools. that nearly half of them are
were sent to Catholic nonCatholic.tion .

Night With

Miamians turned out in ment NAACP Protests Jim Crow -<
large numbers to witness the I
first annual night with the
at Atomic Smasher Site
F. 0. L of Muhammad's

Mosque #29 in the Fiesta and CHICAGO Sydney Fin- of the world's largest VICTOR PIANOS & ORGANSCorner
Room of the Mary Elizabeth Art NAACP Quad-State atom smasher In the Weston

Hotel.A charges that equal area will be a hardship for 54th St. &N W 3rd Ave. PL 1-7503
warm welcome was given fied X and employment do Its employees who are mem- I Or'2010 BUcoyne Blvd. Miami FR 7-0401
the Brothers, Sisters, vis- exist in DuPage County bers of minority racial
In Broword Call JA 2.5131 visit
itors and friends and the or
the Weston area of Illi groups unless measures are
program of the Honorable with Is which has been selected taken to insure open occu- 1103 East Las Olas Blvd. Ft. Lauderdale JA 5-3716
Elijah Muhammad was given der
the Atomic Energy Com- pancy.
in a presentation"What as the site of a new Mr. Finley says that
the Muslims Want" by installation.Mr. NAACP officials will take
Brother John 3X, and Finley "To be- AEC headquarters
says their complaint to OUR CLASSIFIED ADS
"What the Muslims Believe"by that such equal oppor- in Washington to
Brother Peter X, as out- and can exist in housing discuss the matter,since their [
lined on the back page of the necessity of local efforts to meet with Illinois'
the official organ of the Mus- Lt. and a strong Governor Otto Kerner have BRING RESULTSSAMPSON'S

lims, Muhammad Speaks.' .. law indicates the height. been fruitless.
Thre 'percussionists of'the 'I'I fairyland belief."
band (Brothers Ernesto X He believes that the loca-
on Bongo, Elvin X.'drums vice
and Guy Xbassgaveamu- No. COMPANY
steal rhapsody assisted by mad
Noble "Thin Man" Watts'

All-Star Three Band.skits were presented Islam) J 7466 m 62 ST.

by Brothers E u II X, men
Flooker X, James 9X, and tion Mrs. Inez Kaiser has been
Bennie X on "How Muham- special markets FREE DELIVERY 69657775LB.
mad Raises The Dead," to The Seven-Up
St. Louis,vice pre-
"Making of the Black Bour- mad and marketing .
goise" and "Keep On Push- .. E. Winter announced ". 10 LB.
ing," which fully conveyed given Mrs. Kaiser, who
many of the messenger's pro- local worked with The Seven- CHITTERLINGS $1.29 $2.49BABY
grams Brother Elvin Company for several years
X. presented the Muslim 3- the the firm's advertising
Year Economic Program To J. Walter Thompson, COPELAND SMOKED DISH PAN
Keep Our People From Pov- pants will carry out her 49C
erty And Want, which was activities through rela-her
accepted by thunderous huge
firm in Kansas City,
plause. the Kaiser & Associates. FLA. GRADE A MEATY
One of the high points of Black Mrs. Kaiser has represent-
this educational programwas The Seven-Up Company for EGGS 3p"l NECK BONES La15CCHICKEN
the physical fitness seg- thing than two years at na-
conventions and has
7-Up Bottlers in McARTHUR HOM. ,
FIRST BAPTIST OF effective Negro
BROWNSVILLERev. programs.. In her new \\ ". ,/
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Mrs. Kaiser will ex-
W. M. Davis, pastor her efforts under the di- MILK
Mrs. Don el la Turner, reporterOur of Winter and U-Up I'r '
associated ministers al markets coordinator WINGS 3LBS $1 ;
Rev. Thomas and Rev. Foster J. Watt. I 99t
took charge of the church services I !, rVt;
while the pastor was day ther NO PEP II' GALt
out of town.
We are very happy to see The NOW OPENPRINCE'S
those who were on the sick ed
list return to church again, to
our visitors, we enjoy havingyou sing DELMONTEDRINKS
worship with us again.To :
our members, don't for- I
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16 THE MI AMI TIMES, Friday, February 3, 19Broward 67


I Sport Scene Churches (

C ounly s Celebrate

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Mardi Gras 1


Now that the last gun has. been sounded ending the "Mardl Gras is a jolly i1 LI _
longest football season of the century, or any other century festival Just prior to the Len- -' ,. L
all attention Is now focused on the basketball courts ten observance during which .
throughout the area. With the phasing out of most all- we bid farewell to the flesh

Negro high schools, basketball, long noted as a secondary and its fond appetites. The kI p r 4 'r
sport, will gain status as a major one. celebration involves our people -
It has been admitted that the caliber of basketball inpreparationswhichcul-

played in Broward County is on a par with any in the minate dancing,thefriendly J
state. With the intergrating of Florida's two high school rivalry of contest, the ex-
associations basketball should become as popular as foot change of notions and other _

ball.For pleasantries, baking and the
the first time all-Negro high school basketball teams merriment of eating a little .
are being recognized as state powers. I have often won- and drinking a little", Theseare On 'Dec:1'6tWo-throne.- THE NORTH DADE JUNIOR HIGH COURT
= dered how long it would take for this to become a reality. the words of Father Theo- of glittering silver sparkledon
With teams such as St. Pete,'Gibbs, Sarasota, Booker T., dore Jones, Vicar of St. the stage with a lovely Seated Linda Davis, Deborah Walker. Standing (L to
and D11 lard of Ft. Lauderdale, it would be hard for any Christopher's and St. Phil background of falling snow. iSandra Russell, Janet King, Elaine AllenMiss' North
fair minded person to even try to compile the best ten or lips' Episcopal Churches ot North its Dade queens-Miss Jr. High crowned North Oade-Bolla Allen, Linda Cozorf, Miss Blue/ and White-.

twenty high school teams without including them: With Ft. Lauderdale and Pompano Dade two Bella Allen and MISS Portia Jenkins, Margaret Bethel, Linda Jenkins, Cathy
this in mind, the state should end the basketball seasonon Beach. The Mardi Blue and White, Portia Jen- Higdom. Johnson of Miami photo.
the dlng-donglest note, namely, setting all kinds x>f at- Grass dates this year have kins.
tendance records and at the same time making basketballa been set for February Leading the processionwere green growns graced the pating were the speech choir,
self-supporting sport. This is healthy for any school. 2 through February 7th. The 34 homer omsweethearts scene making it complete. Oscar Davis, director; Jazz
For some time we Broward Countians have known that celebration at St. Christo- and escorts in vivid red dres- North Dade's smallest Band, C. Ingraham, director;
we have one bf the best high school basketball coachesin pher's in Ft. Lauderdale include ses. Following came Mr. and girl, Linda Cozart, served as the choir, Mrs. Marsha Camp-
the land, Mr. Herman Pittman. Now that he has the the Teen-age Dance on Miss Color Day, Yvonne flower girl. bell, director and modem
opportunity to prove himself, we will be pulling for Dillard Friday, February 3rd, dur- Hart and Thomas White. The Miss North Dade and Miss 'dance group Mrs. Frances
procession then included the Blue and White were crowned Pierce, director.
to improve their ninth place ranking and some day prove which the Mardi Gras
six runners-up in the Miss by the Student Council president Mrs. Marion Allen, chairman -
that we are the best basketballers in the state.' will be crowned. .
Queen Blue and White contest, attired Sylvia Porter. of the Ways and Means
Attention all citizens of the Ft. Lauderdale area. The the Adult Dance the same in winter-green empire The court was regally Committee presented gifts to
Sunland Park swimming pool, after being closed for three night. .the Mardi Gras Pa- dresses. entertained by a unique groupof the queens and their court and:
weeks for general painting and other repairs has reopenedfor rade on Saturday Morning, Finally, the queens in North Dadeites in a salute their court and homeroom
usage by the general public. at 10:30: and the Pancake long white gowns accompaniedby entitled "A Winter wonder- teachers and Mrs. Pierce,
". The swimming pool Is open for recreational swimming Supper on Shrove Tuesday, their attendants in winter land". Organizations partici- program chairman.

all Monday persons.through Friday from 1:00: to 5:00 p.m., free to lips'February in Pompano 7th. At Beach St. Phil, we ,* * ** * * * *

The normal admission fee will only be charged on Saturday find the Teen-age dance on i 9fze.; SeciaL Committez of cl/tlai .Lod *'
and Sunday's from 1:00: to 5:00: p.m. Thursday, February 2nd ,* je

Each Friday beginning at 4:00 p.m., water races, treas- and the Coronation of the s V0. 308, 4. !& & O.tcjutiti 8. '11.tc / :
ure hunts, novelty races and many other water games Mardi Gras Queen on FrI- ,:
will be conducted in the pool as climaxing activities of the day, February 3rd. The
week. booths on the grounds of '- \ ifit pleatutt of !lout company *

Plan to take an active part in the Sunland Park swim- St. Christopher's include ata ( ."
ming pool program.' food. .novelty items plus'*" .." *
3-MAN BASKETBALL LEAGUE many other exciting items. '"': *
'-3cSemi Usancek "
Attention young adult men, 18 and over. Sunland Park, We invite your participation fo'tmal .. '
Athletic Director is organizing a 3-man basketball league and your attendance. *
starting February 9, 1967 at 7:30 p.m. : SatWay, 9* tuaty 4, 1967 10 p. m. asnt1L.,,.,
This league will consist of four teams, three players per I Psi Kats -tc ,I *
team. Contact Mr. Pauline for additional information at ., d/t : &i et// s' /eat ', <, *'
Sunland Athletic Office or call 525-2772 extension 373.
NORTH FORK PLAYGROUND SPECIAL EVENT, CelebrateAnniversary -tc 329 cNiiitnwtit Jtilt !C7itaa 1, ....*
if you missed the special event on Friday, you missed a I .
i treat. There were more than 80 boys and girls present 9"( 'i i !1J.onatton.'. . . . . $/2' : ",.
jE for this activity. Some of the winners were: Eartha Williamsand (
Joseph Baker, 30 yd. dash; Chandra Gleam and Levi -tc .:;Y. Cl liofm, xalttd tftulii d{. cRi.ChJ.o,,, Sceuiat ty *"

t, McFadden, 50 yd. dash; Lois Wright and Willie Green, The Psi Kats had their '*,, + + + + + . .._ ._ .
- - - -
70 dash and Christine Bonner and
I yd. Tommy Coney, first party of the year,cele-
': 100 yd. dash. Winners of the standing broad jump were brating their anniversary at In 1961 the Ft. Lauder-
Deloris Wright and Tommie Coney. The distance run was the Community School (old dale Chapter of Kappa Alpha
won by Joseph Baker. Provident Hospital site) Sa- Psi took to this project. Not Keep The faith Baby
VERNON SANDERS, BOX HOCKEY CHAMPION turday night Jan. 28. for indoctrination, however, ,
Vernon Sanders captured his second playground tourna- The Psi Kats are a groupof but to help the younger gene-
ment last week by defeating Hubert Lockhart In the finalsIn high school boys who have ration to understand the prob-
Dillard playground Intra-mural box hockey tournament. expressed a desire to join a blems of the world and help Vote Feb. 14 and 28Vote
Earlier boys' club which stresses: them jell and find their placein
in the month Sanders won the intramural shooting
academics,community involve- society as teenagers.
contest. When a contestant wins three tournaments he or and vote again northwest section will go to
ment, higher educational guidance -
she is crowned playground champion of the month. Sanders ,wholesome recreational that is the theme of Fort the polls for this election than
had to by pass Freeman Scott, Larry Lewis and Larry activities. Mr. and Mrs. Dawki ns Lauderdale's voter educa- for any previous election."
Wiggins to make it to the finals. These boys are students moved from Cleveland, Ohioto tion project by NAACP. Serving as coordinator of
These contests are conducted each week at Dillard play- from the three Broward County Ft. Lauderdale. Mrs. Daw- Aiming to get all of Fort the get-out-to-vote effort is
ground in order to give the boys and girls an opportunity Negro high schools: Attucks, kins is the sister os Mrs. A. Lauderdale's 6800 Negro Mrs. Leola McCoy. "Anyone -
T to display skills taught In various game clinics. Dillard and Ely. 0. Simons.WRBD. voters to take part in local wanting to work as an

Finishing places; 1st place, Vernon Sanders, 2nd place elections, the Fort Lauder- interviewer should apply.
Hubert Lockhart, 3rd place, Jerome Shaw, and 4th place dale NAACP chapter is send- We are able to pay a reason-
Larry Lewis.AVERAGE ing Interviewers thru the able compensation. We need
BOYS BASKETBALL LEAGUE ON THE city's northwest section to dedicated workers who will
WAY AT WALKERAn urge everyone to vote in the Impress on each voter the im-
average boys basketball league has been organizedat city commission elections on portanceof taking part in local
Walker playground for boys eleven through fourteen Feb. 14 and Feb. 28. elections."
years of age. The objective of such a league Is to give Local attorney W.George Attorney Allen is quick to
these boys with average skills an opportunity to elevate Allen who Is directing the stress: "NAACP is not en-
their skills. ROCK IN BIG DADDY project along with Rev. Sa- dorsing candidates. The
The first league game was played last week with the muel W. George and DonaldR. voter education project has
Wildcats playing against the Rattlers In the first game Hallock contends, "local only one aim urging people
and the Jokers hosting the 76ers in the second game. Radio elections are most Important to vote. By direct person-
The Wildcats defeated the Rattlers in the opener 21 to 20 .', the five position to be filledon to-person contacts we are
and the Jokers defeated the 76ers 20 to 16. Bruce Ray, the Fort Lauderdale city finding out why some refuseto

Tommy Corney, Jerry Freeman and Willie Hutchlngsoi FOR THE BESTLISTENING commission require the at- vote In local lections,and
were outstanding players.Congratulations tention of every Negrovoter.A we are thus able to meet
in order for Martinez 11 IN
are Larry maximum voter expres- these reasons with argumentsthat
Nova basketball star. He scored more points in a game GOSPELRHYTHM
sion from the city's north- overcome resistance to
than all the members of the
opposing team. "
& BLUES NEWS'List'R west section will serve notice voting.
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i n the next city commis-
sion that the community'sneeds TELL OURADVERTISERS
To can no longer be Ig-
Adding interest to the
> Mother commission election Is the TIMES
THEY ARE COURTEOUS DEPENDABLE. fact that five of the 23 candi-

PUHASE PATRONIZE THEM! FrancisWillie dates are local residents,four
men and one woman who are "Any whoro In the world
well-known In the northwest you wont to go"

Martin section. They are:Mrs. Helen JICKSTS COST
Morris, proprietor of Helen'sNursery
funeral director NO MOKE AT
CONCERN: W. Sullivan, Horace W. Le-
., wis, Dillard High School
Traffic i
athletic director Edison
More Police Protection Hargrove Wheeler owner of Edison's TUYEL iURy

in Auto Repairs, and attorney "Your Neighborhood Travel
Economy Government
Thomas J. Reddick. Age".."

Lower Ad Valorem Tax McKinley Williams Rev. George comments:
"The five northwest section At noar to you at your
folophofto. Civ us a call.
New Industry candidates provide an Incen- *. dot Ivor. 1104 NW 3rd
City CommissionCandidate tive for a maximum voter Avo. FR 9-8451. Chat. C.
Federally Financed Urban Buck Johnson Joe Fisher turnout. Each candidate is North, Manager.

:' Fort Lauderdale Renewal Pd.Pol.Adv. well-known. We are hopefulthat
i: more voters from the

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THE MI AMI TIMES, Friday, February 3, 1967 17

with. f r.F.. Pro Purse i in NorthSouthWith
........ $5,000

the Feb. 5 registration -
deadline fast approachIng -
for golfers planning to
enter the North-South Golf
Tournament Feb 8-12,
tournament officials have Is-
BY HARRY SPEAR sued their final notice. r t' ?
The event, at the City of I
Miami Country Club in MI-
AM I GETTING "OLD" ami Springs, will be limited
to 280 entrants. Of this, 50 { s
Your Sports Editor, Harry Spear, while writing this spots will be reserved for rlY ,t1
column, is celebrating his 79th birthday Tuesday, jan the pros. A 4 1 r '
31. I am entering my 8th year with the Miami Times In this division all former 4

have enjoyed ever}' minute working for them, and I an winners and the low 10 -- -I
just like one of the family. who participated in the 1966 F J
tournament will be exempt l
TWO BENEFIT SHOWS I ATTENDEDFirst from qualifying. The re-
maining spots will be filled
the broken Spokes vs the Miami Dolphins through qualifying rounds.

Football Players for the benefit for crippled children Those wishing to fill these ......
sponsored by the North Miami Beach Kiwanis Club', positions must ,register by
Second, for the March of Dimes at Marine Stadium. midnight Feb. 5.

This was speed boat races, with WTVJ weather commentator The $5,000 pro pursewlll
be divided 20 with the
Bob Weaver doing the announcing. Bob received ways
three finishers receiving
for the world of Lombardo top
a plaque boating. Guy
cash prizes of $800, $550
received a plaque for his outstanding 'contributiontoo. and $450, respectively.
Going back to the basketball game, it was a shoV: Among the amateurs, the
that gave the audience a laugh from start to finish.; To limited field also will be de-
see the heavyweights fall out of the wheel chairs try termined by advance regis- A NEW TEAMCoChairmen of the National Sports Committee in support of
ing to shoot for the basket. Jimmy Warren, star with trations.A the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc. (LDF) take their positions.
the Dolphins received the most valuable player trophy two-year fairway re- From left are Maury Wills of the Pittsburg Pirates (standing in for the ailing Bill

for the most points scored in the entire game. He shot building completed projecthasjustbeen at the par-71 Miami White); Jack Greenberg, LDF director-counsel; Bill Russell, player-coach of the
nine baskets for a total of 18 points. Not bad for him Springs championship Boston Celtics; and Gale Sayers of the Chicago Bears. Sayers, Russell, and Whitehead

He never played in a wheelchair before. layout Each of the fairwaysis team seeking $100,000.00 for the LDF. (News Voice International Photo).
in excellent conditions and
'1'1" three tees were completely rebuilt -
and elevated.
l Three greens were made
r: larger resodded.and all 18 holes were iwi thHftJa

Entry fees should be sent
to Ernest Hayes, financial
f5 y secretary, 6601 NW 18th
K Ave., Miami, Fla. 33142
i iS Fee for amateur women is
{ 1
h $21; amateur men, $23 and
pros, $26.
.Larry Betchlar


IIMiami Az

i oMtt eoL. poUfylH
major sports event of the boxing world will be

shown locally with a big screen closed circuit TV presentation Times
of the Cassius Clay-Ernie Terrell title bout,
Monday, Feb. 6 from the fabulous Astrodome in Houston -

The local showing will take place at the BiscayneDog
Track, located off the N.S. X-Way at 115th St.
Tickets for the event are scaled for $5 for general admission being slightly injured at Aqueduct. The plan was to try
and $8 for reserved seats. for a comeback at Hialeah, failing which would send
her back to A.B. Hancock's Paris, Ky., farm to be

FLAGLER KENNEL CLUB bred, probably to Round T able. JohnBegg

Hello Hilda and Mr. Hodge might very well have a At the time,Trostsek revealed that he was extremely -

thing going between 'em during the course of the $80,000 doubtful that Thong, 3-year-old full sister to Moc-

Flagler International Classic which began last Saturdayand casin, would go to the post in the Mimosa Stakeson
was to continue with two more qualifying rounds on Wednesday, February 8. "She just deosn't seem up to
Wednesday and Saturday of this week. that kind of competition now," Harry said laconically.
At any rate, Hello Hilda and Mr. Hodge were de-
finitely linked in the minds of the fans in last Satur- HORSES TO WATCH I

day's opening qualifying heats and they could very "
Golden Buttons Ready to .
well continue as the 1-2 favorites right on up to the
Sky GuyReady, says. _
stake finals on March 11th. Ornament At Top form.
All 48 entries in the rich stake went to the post Wowsen Ready to win a 11/8 distance. 4 _
last Saturday and were to come back twice more this Captain Le Ready to graduate
week to wind up the qualifying action on Saturday (Feb. Doms John Next time out. r
4th) after which the field will be reduced to 32 for the Tu El Needed last, has speed. ''

start of quarterfinal competition.The Golden Cap Should have won last out first round winners in addition to Hello Hilda

(who posted her fourth straight victory on the season), .
and Mr. Hodge, who had a 37.6 for the best time of the

first round, were Ray Randle's Copier and Discreetly, Robins

Pot Luck's Good Time and Bill Ewalt's Jim Gazer. r ,
Copier and Discreetly are young pups (March '65, : 1 i UniformCe \i"'i:'
Great Valor-Ed's Sizzle), who may bear a bit of wat-

ching as the Classic rolls along. Both are fine looking I IIlers : '
youngsters who are apt to get better as they go along. __ : tti MS ,,4
of Hodge, who still is brand new Church Uniforms
The same is true Mr. t
the distance. __ Choir Robes *-. i. M ,4. '
to 3/8ths ,r. r., '"
(1" iI< ,, () "
Church Furniture ....
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.. ,/' #"v,, "1 .:'"....,:'t. .x CUiil'
COURSEThe ,. 'w, >>;: iltt.DCD, K1t'li; \Y '"
HIALEAH RACE y" MJ"IIo.: 40 n SCoidii: t
Altar Sets Sunday School Furnishings ,. '
of Claiborne'
long-awaited comeback attempt
Farm's once-fabulous Moccasin will be delayed yet 5 STORES TO SERVE YOU

longer, according to training Harry Trotsek. He pointsout 16 W. Flagler St. 5900 Sunset Drive here
that inclement weather caused the big chestnut Lauderhill Shopping Center Ft. Lauderdale !
daughter of Ridan to miss scheduled workouts duringthe
past two week at Hialeah, and the canny trainer- 1735 NW 10th Ave. Dadefand Shopping Cente
of the 4-
does not intend to take any changes running make her."She'll SEE OUR COMPLETE DISPLAYOF Can a Scotch actually taste good?Ask the born-and-
year-old until he deems her as fit as he can CHURCH FURNITURE AT: bred Scotch drinkers. They've been smacking their

need a race before the Columbiana on 5900 SUNSET DRIVE lips over John Begg for years. Suddenly this grand -<

prep Harry," and I think I've locatedone South Miami old name is on the tip of everybody's tongue."Take a
February for her 15 in, the says second condition book." OR CALL OUR REPRESENTATIVE peg Begg. It's a wee bit better than the best,"say
the poetic Scots of their treasured John Begg,whose

2-year-old champion filly,undefeated'in 666-8501 taste is gentle.and whose price is light.,
1965, but won only the Test Stakes in 1966 before ISIS IIMDCI SCOTCH WmSKIU-MWOF.WMITtl If JAMB M.MctOKR I CO,KC,..Y.gearing .

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18 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 3, 1967
velt University, Chicago, III

American Negroes Urged To Support Black' [ AfricaWASHINGTON utive Theodore director E.of Brown the Leader, exec-

ship Conference, commenting -
D.C. ecutive director, presided at titular, and black Africa in Lincoln University professor Nations; Ambassador MIchael on the South African
*Civll rights leader A. Philip this session of the three-day general and former national di- Kumbuzya, the United crisis, said, "The United
Randolph has warned that conference held at the May- Besides Chairman Wil- rector of the Congress of Republic of Tanzania; the States should give leadershipIn
seething unrest In South Africa flower Hotel, Jan. 26-28. kins, other members of the Racial Equality; and Mr. honorable Simon M. Kap- bringing about a quick
could erupt at any time "The danger of armed Leadership Conference Call Randloph, president, Inter- wepwe, foreign minister of downfall of the Illegal rule of
into a "catasthroplc race conflict between black and Committee include the Rev. national Brotherhood of the Republic of Zambia;and the Ian Smith regime over
war between black and white white Africa was escalatedand Dr. Martin Luther King,Jr., Sleeping Car Porters, AFL- Dr. St. Clair Drake, Roose- Rhodesia."
Africans. became more acute when president, Southern Chris- CIO.
"An irrepressible bloody! the Rhodesian government, tian Leadership Conference; Other speakers at the con- --- --- -
conflict looms meandngly representing 220,000 whites Whitney M. Young, Jr., executive ference included Arthur J A Home
upon the horizon of Southern rejected British terms for director, National Goldberg, United States Ambassador Buy TodayNO
Rhodesia and South ending a year-old disputeover Urban League; Miss Doro- to the United Na- OUALI FYING MOVE RIGHT IN
Africa. Four million whites Rhodesia's unilateral thy Height, president, Na- tions; Ambassador Fred
of Rhodesia, South Africa, declaration of independence tional Council of Negro Arkhurst, permanent Ghana ((1)) 2020 NW 85th St.-$300 down, $80 month..
Angola and Mozambiquelive without regard to the wishes Women; James Farmer, representative to the United
among and dominate, and Interests of four mil ((2)) 950 NW 51st St.-$495 down. $25 week.
mil- lion black Africans" Mr. CBS house with Fla
exploit oppress room.
lion black Africans," Mr. Randolph} said.; HOMES! HOMES!! HOMES!!!
Randolph said in an address The veteran civil rights ((3)) 1537 NW 40th St.3 bedroom, $250 down.
prepared for delivery at The and labor leader urged the NO QUALIFYINGNO
'k American Negro Leadership Negro American community ((4)) 329 NW 40th St. 3 bedroom, $195 down.
Conference on Africa at its to serve as a catalyst mobilizing -
opening session here Jan. public opinion In WAITINGNO ((5)) 901 NW 66th St.3 bedrooms, $90 month.
support of the cause of black
26.Roy Wilkins, NAACP ex- Southern Rhodesia in par- RED TAPE ((6)) 9230 NW 16th Ave.-$1,000down. $95 mo.

CBS home, Fla room, patio.(7)2025NW91stSt.Duplex$350downFHA.

I Guide to Negro Printed MOVE RIGHT IN ( )

Media to be PublishedIn SEE NOW: ((8)) 2192 NW 92nd St. Duplex. $700 down

4232 NW I II I PLACE 100 month.
'to numerous es of all publications and
requests respons, Press Clippings Li- their current circulation Corner 3 bedroom, carport, porch, best area, ((9)) 1324 NW 58 Terr. $150 down. $23 week.
mited ,this week announced figures, along with other per- $500 down.
plans to publish a booklet tinent data of interest to na- ((10)) 1534 NW 44th St.-$150down$23 week.
entitled "Guide to Negro tional civic, social and busi-
4425 NW 8 AVENUE
Printed Med1 a." ness organizations." ((11)) 774 NW 70th St.$295 down.$25week.WE .
The booklet, which will "Guide to Negro Printed 4 bedroom, 2 bath, large Fla room, garage,
be made available to all advertising Media" will be supplied free utility room, corner. Hurry, a real beauty. ARE OPEN SATURDAY & SUNDAY
,.. agendes, public relations of charge to all PCL client'
counsellors, and and will be made availableto ATT: VETERANSHOMES FO R $100 DOWN
1025 NW 28 AVENUE
firms seeking to build good- the general public for a
will in the burgeoning 22- small postage and handling 3 bedroom, 1% bath, CBS, completely! fenced,
billlon-dollar Negro market charge, Watson said. huge lot, large kitchen, CBS bargain. $45 a FORD REALTYINC. Broker

will be availableln March, month, 2 bedroom, Fla room, large living and
1967. NO QUALIFYING 3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635-4595
Earl Watson, executivevice 4 Bedroom, 2 Baths dining room, breakfast area, was $10,500,
president t,PCL, and gen- 142 NW 39th Street now $7,500. Need about $2,500 cash.
eral manager of the firm'sChicago
operation at 2400 SMALLDOWNPAYMENTOwnorwlll
W Madison Avenue, said hold mortgage. Call Owner 758-8749 Life's Best Buys'"
that publication pf the guide ;
will commence upon receiptof FHA 3 BEDROOM CBS
questionaries mailed to 1460 NW 35th Street
all-Negro-oriented publica- OPEN SUNDAY -
Portly furn., tile roof,
few tions people in America.in this country"Very oak floors, near, enclosed everything.garage Income Property Profits MOVE RIGHT IN NO QUALIFYING

realize that there are over 2237 NW 87th St. Freshly painted inside and out.
170 Negro newspapershere, Make $1,500 year on $3,000 investment ((50.5) 2 bedroom, CBS, lots of kitchen cabinets, modern -
f' all reaching a segment"of this NO QUALIFYINGSmall apartments take in $5,000 year. Your cats, Including bath (zoned business) price is $9,000, $500
+ Watson.vast Negro market, said Down Payment everything-mortgage payment, taxes, down and $90 month pays all, Vacant.
2035 NW 93rd Street Insurance, water, maintenance is $3,500 year--
Watson, whose firm sup- This Is a real beauty. which leaves you $1,500 year clear and our're MOVE RIGHT IN NO RED TAPE
plies clippings
Negro press publications, further ALLAPATTAHREALTY paying off the mortgage too. Price only $25,000. Modern 3 bedroom, CBS on 89th St. near NW 24th

} stated that "the guide will LIFE REALTY Ave. Jalousie window, carport, sprinkler, system -
contain names and address- Realtors 633-0426 awnings, $1,000 down. Take over FHA mort-
4932 NW 7th AVENUE PL 9-4371 gage of $10,800 and $82.67 month pays all
Open Nites and Sundays
Modern 3 bedroom CBS at 2540 NW 82nd St. Tile

Small Store-Big Profits 'tiJ roof, Cuban tile floors, large Flo room, near
Combination Put Your QueenIn shopping, bus and schools. Price is $14,000.
neighborhood and commercial traffic. Busy $1,400 down and $105 month pays all.

Will street decorate for low rental.install and One Of Our Castles NEW AREA IN OPA-LOCKA

equipment help No qualifying, 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS, built-in

,... finance. UP TO 3 MONTHS FREE RENT. Homes For As Little As kitchen, tile roof, garage, etc. Modern In every
Phone 445-1381 res pect. $800 down and take over FHA paymentsof

205 Grand Street, Coconut Grove $100 Down $100.13 pays all. Move right in.

SATURDAY & SUNDAY SPECIAL OPEN l-5 PM Lovely 3 bedroom, CBS, Fla room (can be used

Best, Buys in Town :- 1060 NW 85 STREET WATERFRONT for 4th bedroom) enclosed front porch, carport
." ,. ,, ;" tile roof, 2 reverse cycle air conditioners, wallto
Gorgeous 2 bedroom, 2 bath on lake, carpeting, wall carpeting, alundry room, extra deep cot.
appliances, well and pump. FHA terms. FHA price $15,000$450 down and $93.33 month.
BEAUTY, 2 BEDROOM.Screened porchdining
3 bedroom beauty. Near bus line and shopping. Inside and 3 bedroom
room, utility room, carport, only $300 down. Freshly painted out. CBS
$78 month. $12,500 total. (Appliances and air conditioned. FHA terms. at 15705 NW 27th Ave. Awnings windows, large
fenced yard. Hear shopping, bus and schools.
ALLAPATTAH CBS 2 BEDROOM on 2 lots. All 2330 NW 89 TERRACECute FHA price $9,500, $300 down and $59.01 month.
large room, appliances, air cond. $300 down 2 bedroom, newly painted inside and out. Vacant, we have key. Seller pays all closing cost s.
$75 month, $12,000 FHA. Awnings, pump and well. Only $1i,000 FHA. RICHMOND HEIGHTS 3 BEDROOM CBS

2184 NW 56 STREET 14960 Jackson Strut, tll. roof, awning windows,
Inside and FHA $10,700
out. Price
Only 2 bedroom CBShouse. Fenced. freshly painted
room, enclosed porch, dining room, 2 car garag'and $9.000forthis! down $66.39 month and seller all
No qualifying. $350 pays
carport. Appliances plus furniture.. All for closing costs. Vacant, we have key.
only $1,000 down. $10,000 total. No qualifying.

TIRED OF PAYING RENT? See this beautiful 2 bedroom, fenced, stove, refrigerator, enclosed Corner CBS 2 bedrooms each side, tile roof,
CBS duplex, 2 bedroom and 1 bedroom opts. Large porch. Only $12,500 FHA. awning windows, appliances, owner will paint
inside and out, refinish floors, make like newl
kitchens, a ppllonc... One apt. furnished. Reasonable -
down. $13,000 total. No qualifying. 8141 NW $15 AVENUE FHA price $16,000 with $600 down and $98.78
3 bedroom, 2 bath corner beauty, fenced, Fla. month and seller pays all costs.
3 UNITS COMPLETELY FURN. Plus extra lot. room, awnings. No qualifying. Only $101.00 mo.
FRONT: CBS, 2 bedroom, enclosed porch, din- pays all.
down. $100 YOU ARE A VET OR


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e rA S S I PI 'ED ADS :;\1 3341 FOR NW RENT 69th Street

I, !, ,,\, .,,, : home 2bedroom, $72, front weekly porch immediate unfurn. CENTRAL LIFE

r 15 WORDS OR LESS SI X50- 5C FOR ADDITIONAL WORD. occupancy. Key next door with
DEADLINE Mrs. Gice, also 7648 NW 17th
1 FOR CLASSIFIED ADS WEDNESDAY NOON PI. one bedroom house, un- .was founded in 1922.

furn. $22 weekly, immediate

FOR SALE FOR SALENo FOR SALE occupany, key next door .Offers some of the industry's most generous and
I with Mrs. Davis. Call agent liberal insurance contracts.
2314 NW 100 Street qualifying, No qualifying. 1240 NW 31st Street day 444-6126 or evenings.at .

Three bedroom CBS with Fla 3 bedroom, 1 bath CBS, very Total 310,500.Only $350 down. 444-2824. Markets a portfolio of Lift and Hospitalplansindivldual
porch, laundry room, patio, good buy. For information for Veterans $100 down and $78 ---- and
fenced yard. $12,500 FHA vIuatIan. down payment and price, call month pays all for this charm- 1 bedroom $15 per week. 2 family coverage up to$50,000.00.

300 down plus pro aright now. Martin M. Berney, ing 2 bedroom, one bath spot- bedroom $18 per week. 759-
payments. No closing. $94.17per Broker, 624-6983. less home. Tile roof utility, 8372. .Has 45 years of proven service to over 10,000 so .
f -_. .-..- awnings this is tisfied policyowners.Has .
month pays all. Biscayne -- a wonderfulbuy --
Realty, Inc., Broker 759-8600. FHA, FHA, FHA so drive by and call me Furn. apt. 2660 NW 50th St.

----- 2 bedroom, 1 bath, CBS, large to see. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, working lady. .. paid more than $10,000,000 to living policy.
low low call anytime, 751-2243.
2001 NW 84th Street down payment, ... ---- owners and beneficiaries since its organization.
----- -- '
CBS with oak floors, large lot, low down payment, low 626 NW 47th Street New 1 bedroom and effcy

kitchen, one owner house. monthly payments. For all No qualifying, only $500 apt. $23 and $25 weekly. Offers to qualified young people with a high schoolor
$9800 FHA valuation. $250 Stove and refrig., wall to
down information call Broker, Mar- down, total price 10900. wall carpeting and air condi- college background, a source of dignified and remunerative *
plus prepayments. No tin M. Berney, 624-6983. Drive by and see this nice
closing costs. $71.12 per --.. .. ..-- corner property,very nice and tioning. 790 NW35th St. Dixie employment with a golden opportunity
month pays all. Biscayne Realty No Qualifying clean, partly furn., has stove Rental Agency, Inc. 3203 NW for advancement. t

Inc. Broker, 7598600. 2001 NW 87th St 3 bedroom and refrig., and rugs and car- 17th Ave. 633-2429. .
--- with electric stove and refrig. pet, wall to wall, inbedrooms.This --- .Has been in the vanguard in every movement for

2031 NW 93th street fenced back yard, city water, is a good buy. Drive by 1 bedroom apt. 2 duplex, 6837 racial justice and uplift during the past four decades.

CBS on 50x140 lot, fenced. low, dow down payment. then call me. A. Ben-Kori, NW 16th Ave. Gas and water, The Company is proud of its history In this respect.

Has carporte andlarge screen Open Feb. 4 & 5, 9 a.m. till I Realtor, 612 NW 60th St. Call $18 weekly. 4721 NW 15th Ct.

porch. $10,000 FHA valuation. 4 p.m. or call 624-6922. anytime..,..7512243. All utilities $18 weekly.4042 * * '*
---- ---- NW 23rd
Ave. $20 weekly.
$250 down plus --- -
845 NW 83rd Terrace Dixie Rental Agency, Inc. CONSULT OUR DISTRICTMANAGERIN YOUR
closing costs. $74.71 per See New Home? 2 bedroom with
CBS, very 3203 NW 17th Ave. 6332429. COMMUNI TY OR WRITE
month all. 7195 NW 15th Ct. :
pays Biscayne large Fla room, carport, patioin
Realty, Inc. Broker, 759-8600. Custom built. 3 bedrooms, 2 rear,this is a beautiful like --female-
Working student wishesto
._-- baths, carport. JE 8-1340, new property, just what you share 2 bedroom Central
your apt. Life Insurance
Opa-locka Baron. have been looking for in Arcola -
Call after 7 691-0391.
CBS with carporte, tile roof, ----- Gardens a must see, so p.m.
fenced yard, many extras. Look! Sale on garden plants. drive by, then call me to see. Nice----front--room for working Company of Florida
Terrazzo floors. $12,000 FHA Selling out cheap. 1475.NW Total FHA terms, $15,000
valuation. $300 down plus 67th St. Phone 691-0685. Kel- with $450 down.Veterans only couple or single woman. Call

prepayments. No closing ly. (Feb. 10) $100 down. It won't last. A. in person after 7 p.m. 4758 1416 North Boulevard
Ben-Kori, real tor,612 NW60thSt. NW Ave.
costs. $86.08 per month pays ----
all. Biscayne Realty, Inc., $500 down, $90 per mo. No ., anytime, 751-2243. -- Tampa Florida 33607
759-8600. qualifying. 2530 NW 82nd St. ------ Corner store, cheap rent, ,
Something Special excellent location for sundryor
Near northside. Total price
$12.000 $9500. Call Mr. Vallen, 379- This is a very special property grocery store. Allapattah -... ....
front house has two bedrooms, Business section. 3733 NW
CBS with huge Fla room on 2 baths, rear house has 1 bed- 17th Avenue.
75 by 100 I landscaped lot. ----
room, 1 bath. This is a very ----
Near 22nd Ave. and elementary Rummage sale, 2791 SW 3rd large new property. Only 6 3712 NW 20th Ct. Three bed- Wanted!
school. $300 down plus Ave. Feb. 4, Sat. 8 a.m. to 9 years old. Modern kitchen.very room rear house. $43 2
prepayments. No closing p.m. February 5 Sunday 9 a.m. good buy, live almost rent every
costs. $86.48 per month pays to noon.Miami chapter Amorc. free by renting rear. FHA weeks. Drive by then call Men, women, 17 to 55 Government approvedon

all. Biscayne Realty, Inc., -- terms of $18,000, or make Biscayne 759-8600. Realty, Inc. Broker, job training qualifies you for partime or full-

7598600. NW section, 2 bedroom, large cash offer. Call me for sure time .
Fla room,CBS by owner, con- to see. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, ---

112 NE 48th St. No QualifyingCBS veniently located. See to ap- 751-2243. Luxury house. $27 per week.

4 bedroom, l'/i bath, preciate. 7576507.NW --- CBS, 2 bedroom, apt $22. Jobs Open,
5661 NW 6th
Fla room, double garage, oak Avenue Nice 1 bed. duplex. Apt $19.
floors, huge rooms, $16,500 section. Home and money FHA terms, $15,000 total. Nice 1 bed CBS, apt. $17.50., UP TO $100 WEEKLY
$450 down. This is 2
Only a
total. Terms arranged to suit maker. CBS, 2 story building.
Good 2 bed.
rear house $22.
10 school, buses bedroom, 2 bath with Fla CASHIERS, CHECKERS STOCKMEN CLERKS
you. See today. Aetna Realty, rooms, near 1 ,
room garage full it in kitchen, Corner bed. CBS duplex apt.
Broker, 811 NW 54th St. and shopping. Small down this is lovely. Vets only $100 $19 week. PACKS, SUPERVISORS.IBM .

Phone 757-5724.. Open days. alU payment.531-0829.$100,1 a month pays A must see. Call anytime, A. CBS, 1 bed. duplex. apt. $I9t KEY PUNCH OPERATORS.

---- Ben-Kori, Realtor, 612 NW 1 bed. porch plus.! Duplex apt.-
NW Terr.-$65.11
60th St. Call anytime, 751- .
monthly. CBS, 2 bedroom, Nice clean house. 2 bedroom 2243. 15 years a TRUSTED GUIDE to thousands now
tile roof, oak floors, fenced CBS, carport, real deal for RENTAL AGENCY
cash buyers drive by 869 NW 2020 NW 62nd street working-day and nits classes, no high school
yard, FHA $10,500 seller 3 bedroom CBS, waterfront,
Free JOB placement .
pays all closing costs,. $350 73rd St. !then call Fenster garage, a hot FHA deal, only
down. Don't wait!! Aetna Realty, PL 9-8779. $600 down payment. Seller Come into our office and wq APPLY
Realty, Broker, 811 NW 54 --- pays closing costs. Location will show you a good apt. HOWlMiami's !

St., Phone 757-5724. Open 7 $100 down, $74 per month 9251 Little River Blvd.( 14t hAve ------
days. 3 bedroom tile roof, fenced NW) Open Sunday 1-5 only government approved.

----- yard. Are a 86th St., NW 12th p.m. Fenster Realty, Broker, HELP WANTED

2347 NW 84th St. FHA Ave. No closing cost. Best PL 98779. Beauty operators at Bronze
$10,500, CBS 2 bedroom, 2 buy. Call now total $11,500. -------- -- lot. House of Beauty, experiencedor MARKET TRAINING
2 nice houses on one
bath, Fla room, oak floors, Al Tirella Realtor, 10124 NW junior. Good business for
deal people selling
stove and refri g., $350 down. 7th Ave. 754-5426. their Good homes to Urban Renewalor the right persons. 1307 NW INST. DIV.
$65.11 monthly. No closing ----- Expressway. Drive by 351 54th St. 759-9334.

costs. This one won't I last. Charming Home NW 45th St., then call Fenster -----
bedroom 1 MTI Business Schools
830 NW 84th St. 3 ,
Call Aetna Realty Broker, 811
Realty, Broker, PL 9-8779. Beauticians wanted. Call
bath, CBS, large Fla room,
NW 54th St., Phone 757-5724 ------ 635-9273 or 634-0733. Ex-
Open 7 days. carport, utility room, this is 2 bedroom CBS FHA porch. cellent location and good NW 7th Ave at 78th St.
Total price FHA
.. Only $250 down, seller nays working condition.
--- -----
I 1365 NW 91st St. Custom $14,400, only $450 down. closing costs. Drive by 1427 ----- PL 7-8448
Veterans only $100 down. NW 51st St. Then call Fenster
Deluxe. Huge 3 bedroom, 2 Licensed beautician with a
This is a charmer. See for Realty, Broker, PL 9-8179.
bath, pool room, garage, tile following who desires a beau-
roof, air cond., central heat, sure. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, ------ tiful location. 4310 NW 7th -
fenced, luxurious throughout, 612 NW 60th st. call anytime Genie Homes, New CBS 3 Avenue. 757-9254 or6912747.'

down payment minimum $3,000for 751-2243. bedroom, 2 bath, hardwood ( Feb. 24)
---- floors, good location. Builtin -
details -----
complete Aetna

days.Realty. Phone, Broker 757-5724., 811 NW Open 54thSt. 7 I Close Fla room$100 in ,17th Down 2 .large Ave.to GIs,bedroom corner,, NW St. oven-range Then 51st St.call and Fenster, drive 1954 NW by Realty 1030 41st, CHILDCAREInfant EDISON 1 I Specials s

PL 9-8779.
completely fenced and toddle day care in
2431 NW 99th St. No closing $92 mo. pays all. Hurry, thiswon't ---- my home. Will take very good _.. --
costs. CBS, 2 bedroom, tile last. Call Harry or Helen 3 bedroom, 2 bath, carport on care 759-8335.of your child. Phone OPEN AFTER 2 P.M. SUNDAY

roof, carport, wall to wall carpeting Denny, Tip Top Realtors, Cravero Lake Estates, tile
extra room for 3rd bedroom -. 685-0021. 13906 N.'V 7th Ave. roof substantial, bank financing down payment, only with only 2431 NW 93 TERRACECBS

Hurry!! Hurry!! $350 0 Down Payments so if you have a few thousan FOR SALE two bedroom, Fla room, carport, 75x106 lot.

down. $71.52 total monthly, FHA 2-3-4 bedroom CBS like new. dollars this is a good deal. 1139 NW 7th Ct. 1 bedroomapt. County taxes only. $300 down FHA. No closingcost.
$11,500 Aetna Realty ,
Drive by 1240 NW 88th St., .
free electric $14
Anyone can buy, vets or non- weekly.
Broker, 811 NW 54th St. Phone
Then call Fenster Realty,
Liberty j Rntal Agency 2020
757-5724. 7 vets. payments from $59 mo. ,
Open days.
-------- pays all one mortgage. Cal l Broker, PL 9-8779. NW 62nd St. 633-7809. DRIVE BY THESE THEN CALL EDISON

Beautiful like new bedroom, now we have the keys. Harry ((1)) 141 NW 48th St. No qualifying. 3 bedroom,
1 bath, CBS, attached carport and Helen Dsnny, 685-0021.
and utility room. Excellent 13906 NW 7th Avenue. .......................................................... CBS, Flo room, plus 1 bedroom, CBS cottage.
_.M_____ Fenced, well pump and sprinklers, only $2,250
location. Large lot, quiet area
will $100 Down to Vets Miami Times
near sell, everything.but needs large Owner down $400 FHA,CBS nice Fla.room, ((2)801) NW 83rdTerr. b.droomCBS on60x100

payment, take over existing 2 large bedrooms, carport and 6530'N..W. 15th Avenue lot. Terrazzo floors, lovely patio. $350 down.

mortgage at $47 per mo. call garage, completely fenced Miami, Florida 33147 FHA, no closing cost.
for all information yard like park. Big bar-b-que,
me anytime.
Martin M. Berney, Broker, sprinklers, awnings, fruit : Dear Sir: ((3)) 6520 NW 1st Place CBS, 2 bedroom lovely

624-6983. trees, FHA price $12,500. neighborhood. $250 down FHA.No closing' cost.

Call now, Harry or Helen Enclosed please find the sum of S_ ; $86 month pays everything.WE .
Tip Top Realtors, .
------- Denny,
No qualifying, No qualifying. 6850021. 13906 NW 7th Ave. to cover tote; cost of a subscription to HAVE MANY HOMES AND DUPLEXES,

2 bedroom, 1 bath, CBS, re- ---.- FHA TERMS OR NO QUALIFYING.YOU .
finished, ready to move in. the Miami Times
Low down payment. Reason 3146 NW 61st St. Nice housein CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR

able. See at 1735 NW 74thSt. rear. $20 per week.LibertyRental tail I Paper Tu $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING

Call Broker right now, \ Agency 2020 NW 62nd 2 DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY.EDISOM .
for all information. MartinM. St. 633-7809. Address :

Berney 624-6983.
Duplex, CBS, 2 bedroom, 1 City State_ZIP Code_ REALTY 'Re.alt'ors'1I5
--- ,
Duplexes excellent deals, bath each side. Large kitchen, II' V'* f
centrally I located. Call Broker tiel roof, low, low down pay- Six Month $3 00 One Yr. $J 00 Two Yrs S9.00 Z m *2irf: St, 7514441 '
at once for all information. ment, 4801 NW 19th Ave.Call >
Martin; M. Bemey. 624-6983. Mr. White 624-4874. (TF) 5....................,...................,...... ...... ... -- "' -

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