The Miami times
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: February 10, 1967
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00454

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44, No. 15 MI AMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1967 20 PAGES 15

$450,000 Asked To Freedom Sought For I

Improve Mays 2 On Death Row ,'

Next year he will ask for If the board carries Pressure was brought Both men confessed the ''
$450,000 to improve Mays through its plan to convert Tuesday on Gov. Claude crime in 1963 and were con
Junior-Senior High Schoolin Mays to an integrated Jun- Kirk for an investigation In- victed without recommendation -

Goulds, Dade School Su- lor-s e n lor high, children to the conviction of two Negroes of mercy. They maintain '\'
perintendent Joe Hall told from those communities in a double Gulf County their confessions were made

the Board last Wednesday.A would be assigned to Mays.As murder, and the total or to local authorities, under
study of South Dade a result of the board's partial abolition of capital duress.
school needs will have to be decision three weeks ago,the 1 punishment in Florida. NAACP state field secretary -
completed before the money conversion which was sched- Gov. Kirk was asked Tues- Marvin Davies, said
will be spent, the superintendent uled for next fall, will haveto day by the state NAACP to the trial of the two Negroeswas
said. be delayed for at least a examine the circumstancesthat a miscarriage of justice

Three weeks ago, board year. led to the placing of that occurred because only
members agreed to postpone Dr. Hall said the$450,000 Freddie L. Pitts and Wilbert whites were permitted to alton
their plan to eliminate high would be used "forthwith" .- Lee on death row. the Gulf County juries at

school grades at Mays while the study committee OKs the When Adults and Agencies 'ailed, kids from Miami State Sen. Robert L. Shev- the time.
other schools were carryingon board plan. If it feels that the in, at the same time, sent the Davies sent a telegram to
Beach Senior/ delivered. Edith Scott /
needed construction to school should beoperatedasa High v/ce-presi- Governor a four-page letter Gov. Kirk urging him to pur-
house the Goulds students. senior high, only a part of dent of Opt! Miss and Jeffrey Hammond, president of asking for support to modify sue an investigation in the

They agreed also to the citizens the money will bespent"and the Interact Service Club, accept for their clubs the or abolish Florida's capital Pitts-Lee case as vigorouslyas

Committee study of the approximately $3.3 million sincere appreciations of Loretta Wells, president, punishment law and to Kirk has prosecuted his
school needs. will have to be added later by Student Council, Dorsey Junior High School and C, pardon the 52 men now a- war on crime.
Dr. Hall said Wednesdaythat the board in the devleopmentof Allgood. Edith and Jeff brought much needed clothingfor waiting death in Raiford

the committee will be as- priority school needs," he more than fifty youngsters who were having difficulty Prison. Shevin Introduced his leg

sisted by the South Flordia saidA staying in school. In a one week project these young A two-part series by MI- islation against capital pun-
School Desegregaton Con- boycott by Mays students people of Beach High filled a need of several months ami Herald reporter Gene ishment In the 1965 Legis-
sulting Center at the Univer- has delayed phasingout Miller about the 1963 killing lature. In his letter to the ex-
sity of Miami of the school standing. of two service station attend- ecutive he said he was con-

Center Director Dr. MI- .,. .. .. ...,..... ants, brought the action. vinced of the Innocence of
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chael Stolee told Dr. Hall I Miller's reports include a Pitts and Lee.

that the center is willing to frTi Reinst TJGits$8OOOhck confession of an armed rob- "How many more Wilbert
spend up to $2,000 to hire i ber, Curtis Adams Jr., and Lees and Freddie Pitts are
outside specialists for the sur- ; denials from PUt and Leethat there on death row?" the

vey. He added, if the cost they committed the murder. Senator asked.

goes beyond this, "we would
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hope for financial participation ;:
by the School Board." ) :
...._ Metro EmploymentPolicies
Supt Hall said the com- Tobias Simon,her attorney, instate the teacher was also
In a 3-2 vote last Wednesday -
mittee will Include six per Dade School Board said in return, he would dropa based on "a technicality"the -
PTA pending suit asking the courtto fact that the new law had
; sons named by Mays bers reinstated a teacher who
and six "selected indlvldua18" 'was fired in 1965 for insutbor* rule that Mrs. McKenziewas taken effect immediately before to beInvestigate '
never actually fired be" the board.
from adjacent areas dination and incompetence. .
the board's,3-2 to "From'my point of view
r' Including Cutler Ridge, Co- Superintendent Joe Hall cause veto ,
I 'few the teacher should be dismissed J
fire her came just a days -
lonial Heights, Green Hill backed board attorney George "
after a new state law requiring said Dr. Hall. He
Estates and South Miami Bolles who strongly advisedthe
four votes for dismissal noted that he has been "mildly -
Heights.110YearOld. board to let the court decide became effective. chided"by the board in the .
whether the dismissal of .
Belles noted that the 1965 past for not taking vigorous
Mrs. Cynthia McKenzie, a tact with the Cubans."
dismissal was upheld by the action to get rid ineffective County Manager Porter
teacher at Dunbar Elemen- courts because an appeal was teachers. Homer was requested by the Robert Suero, a Cuban
tary School, was legal. Public Relations Board member of the CRB, said
filed too late by Mrs. McKen- Those who voted to reinstate -
The board decided insteadto zle'a lawyers. Mrs. McKenzie were Thursday to prepare and the Cuban's problem was
reinstate the veteran teacher Jack Gordon, board mem- Gordon, Holmes, Braddockand make public a survey on the not as serious as the Ne-
and pay her some $8,000one ber, said the board should not Mrs. Am Brenner Mey- status of,Negroes employedby groes. "But I am sure the
half of her back pay for the try to take advantage of "a ers. Mrs. Helen Vosloh and Metro. Cuban community will be
period since she was dis- technicality." Dr. Hall replied Chairman C. T. McCrimmon An administrative orderon willing to work with us on

missed. that the request to re- voted "nay." Aug. 1, 1963, stated that any problem that may,

county policy is to appointand exist," he added.

promote personnel on Episcopal Bishop JamesL.
the basis of merit and that no Duncan said he has learn
1 Mrs. Range Asks No More employee should be discri- ed that there Is more pre-

minated against because of judice among high school
race, creed or origin of na- students against the Cuban
tionality. The CRB hopes to than against the Negro. He
learn if this order has been suggested that the CRB con-
Brownsville Public HousingPlans
carried out. centrate some effort on solving

In quiries from membersof any difficulties on this
various community agen- level
to erect new low rent lems and was not far from Noting their presence,and cies also'prompted the resolution CRB Chairman Dr.Joseph
town houses In Negro areas finding a partial solution.He their signs, Commissioner of the CRB. R. Narot reported that Gov.
which are surrounded by met for the "last few Range said: "I got cold hUlls Dr. John O. Brown, second Kirk It "most Interested" in
"walls without concrete"were days" with representative tonight when I saw you vice-president of the the board's suggestion to es-
Ex-Slave DiesMrs. criticized Monday by Housing and Urban Development march through here." CRB, expressed deep concern tablish a state CRB.
City Commissioner Athalle officials In Atlanta 'Blood Brothers,' 'Go to hell about the problems of the
and abouHo a Miami Housing Authority,' Executive Director H.B.
Jones 110 Range.At was unwrap Cubans, who he feels have
Pauline ,
at a meeting between the bonus recreation program."I'm 'Welcome new KKK,' bhe been neglected by the CRB. SUwji'rV 'tried that the CRB
died last Thursday night ticked off three of the obtained its minimumgo
Brownsville Improvement plac- "We to be ha seem totally
her home, 935 N.W. 64th asking for a committee "
Association and Miami ards."Don't. 1,000 Good Neigh-
St., after failing health for Housing Authority Director here tonight to meet in be led by a leader .occupied Of the Negro with,"the Dr.problems Brown bor pi' *.B, but plans to buy
several effort with the school
years. Commissioner joint can't see," she said this Saturday
Haley Sofge, you said. "The Cubans share newspap space
slave in
born board MHA Parks
She a ,
was ,
Range, as an observer, said "Listen to me, not as a 1 of the 'Negroes' to interest mo re residentsIn
South Carolina In 1956. She ment and Metro, he said many problems
consideration should be giv- Commissioner, but as a in housing, employ- the program. The board
was the mother of six, had units In less mother with -four children of had mailed out thousands
about 30 en to pladng the Bids were delayed two ment and others but we
10 grandchildren, and 15 densely populated areas. weeks for the town house my own. Will you promise don't seem to have any con- of cards.
great-grandchildren "
After Sofge had outlinedthe projects planned for the area, me that? she pleaded.

great-great-grandchildren.Mrs. Selena Ponder, her MHA plans, 896 units resi- Sofge The said Authority started its nodded Some their of the heads sign and carriers said :
daughter with whom she for some 5,000 new Negro Junior College
lived In Miami, said Mrs. dents, Mrs. Range said: program a long time ago. yes.
Jones' memories of her childhood "It seems to me we are We are assisting families to :1

en, S.of days C.Civil, were on War filled a farm armies with in Aik-stories on certain stand drawing why areas.boundary everyone I can't lines under must In find the they parks decent can afford housing department We with are, rent the not $7.5 Million/ / Department- Head fired

the march. come into the general area of school board, police depart Robert Thomas, who was say, said he will recommend

Mrs. Jones also had vague Brownsville-Liberty City. ment or utilities department High RisePlans appointed chairman of the that the department"head be
"We are working to music last fall suspended from the county
memories of the 1860 election "Since Dade County extends department at
the best of the best avail
use school
Miami-Dade Junior College, system.
and talk from Homestead to the
and construction of
parades able land"About for a has been suspended from his The 36-year-old Negro,
about President Abraham Broward County line, we new, riverfront, multi- head
job, Supt. Joe Hall said only department at M-
Lincoln, said Mrs. Ponder. have a prime opportunity to a dozen youths, million-dollar high-rise Wednesday that "mlscon- DJC, was denied last month
Four generatons were sit down and plan a model hoisting placards, marched project for the low income. conduct" on the job was the when he tried to buy a homein
present at funeral services in community like Dade County silently around the hall just elderly were announced Feb ..{ause of the suspension. the Miami Lakes subdivision.He .
Aiken where she was buried Negroes have never had before Sofge spoke. They 2 by the Miami Housing'. "',?" Dr.Hall said that Thomas' said a salesman at the '
She was also eulogized at before." were said to be a part of a Authority. case has been turned over to development told him, "I'm
Kelly's Chapel Methodist Sofge has guided the town larger group that paraded The project will cover' a State Attorney Richard Qer- sorry but we don't sell to
Church under the auspices house plan through many along N.W. 27th Ave., be- 15-acre area directly east of stein for further investigation. colored."
of Rev. W. H. Butler,pastor stormy and protest sessions.He tween 46th and 52nd Streets the Robert King High Tow- He gave no details. Thomas joined the facultyof
of Mt Sinai Methodist said Monday he was Monday evening between 6 The superintendent's letter Miami-Dado as an instructor -
Church in Hallandale. aware of Brownsville prob- and 8 o'clock. (Cont. on page 13) to Thomas dated Tues- in 1960.O .

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2 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 10, 1967 ,. \, ? \ .. .. 1 \" J I I I'n 'J ," 4',,11'.'
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Ut: '''I' 7: :'' ":'"I\'fI .i L! :: ':' :: :: 2. Information on Sigma In ajdlnff( ylgtlms
Activities to be distrlbu son's Diwaae. He Is national
ted to all chapters {. honorary chairman of the
3. Information on all Sigma National Parkinson Foundation -
k,; affiliated organizations to r has attended the an-
be sent to all chapters nual foundation dinner for
f 4. Information on all undergraduate the past 8 years and invited
chapters to be top stars of the entertain-
sent to all chapters ment world to appear with
Chairman of Committe ea him, and in addition has con-
1r, were as follows: ar, ; sa tributed $10,000 a year to
Soror Altamese Little the Parkinson Institute for a
Sigma Activities number of years.
Soror Elizabeth Smith -
Sigma OrganizationSoror TELL OURADVERTISERS
Margaret Fyke -

: Undergraduate The second session Chapters was YOU ,SAW IT IN THE

i: devoted to discussion of rules _.""1. TIMES
and policies along with clarification -
Guest of honor at the Na-
of Sigma OrganIzatI -
tional Parkinson Foundation's s
0 n a. Recommendation 1 1jy'
8th Annual Bob Hope
were made for the following;:
Dinner to be held at the Fon- Get
State Director for the Phi-
tainebleau Hotel Miami
los (an affiliated )
group Beach next Tuesday Feb- SUCK BLACK
: Regional officers from the
14th, will be other -
ruary none
Florida Alumnae ChaptersThe q DOUBLE ACTION
than Comedian
organizing of Gam- I
While most people know of 59COLORSGRAYKMRBIAU(
In the Junior College
and mettes the Regional Hope's visits with U.S.. servo ', j,2 DRESSES IUUR IN PLACE
icemen in viet
Nam war
: Meeting to be held li
zones, few know of his work
March in Daytona.At .
the completion of the

1 morning session twenty-four
sorors and Mrs. Mattie
Squire, President of the Phi-
los journeyed to Toby's
where thev were served a delicious VALENITNE'S
lunch. The afternoon e.A R

was spent with a tour to Collins -
Avenue ending at Lin-
coln Mall where outoftownsorors
shopped for souve- uaOfa' a'o e'.SYS' :: t soddaBaasPeiy: ,,.e ,, ....:,.: +yrwavta,2a0 },. ,tob,.,m,
nirs. Those sorors attendingand
reporting have spent a O
profitable, informative and
., 4 J enjoyable meeting were:
a. } Thomasina Green and
Kathleen Greene from Gam-
.. J t s
ma Xi Sigma, Chapter, Pa-

. Sigma Comma Rko Neighborhood; M.'I--- latka.Elizabeth Smith and

Mattie Smith from Gamma
The beautifully decorated borhood Chairman preside serve as Co-Chairman and Gamma Sigma, Chapter,
blue and gold living room ing. Inspirational meditation Soror Kathleen Greene of West Palm Beach.
of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. were given by Soror Gamma XI Sigma, Palatkawas Altamese Littles, Carolyn
Taylor was the setting for the Sarah Cherry. Soror Velma elected secretary. The Favors and Margaret $4<
Neighborhood Meeting of Mark, Southeastern Re- program for the year was Moore from Beta Kappa yff
the Florida Alumnae Chap- gional and National Office. discussed and the following Sigma, Chapter, Tampa.
ters of Sigma Gamma Rho She also stated how happy plans were made: Margaret Pyke, Themma
Sorority on Saturday, Jan-, she was to be In the Magic 1. Neighborhood Meet- Hall, Mary Jones, Estell
uary 21, 1967.,When Gamma City for such an outstanding Ing to be held In Jan Taylor and Bernice Morris
Delta, ,Slgmaf. 'Ch'apter: meeting.The uary from Beta Iota Sigma Chapter -
hosted toejjrotipJAfter \ il' "; first session Was a 2. Information on Sigma Daytona. ,
cbtatration (lijJ, l1 f, business one with the elec- Activities to be distributed Cleo Leoth and Barbara
J tt,{i wa s :tidns of officers. Soror Alt to all chapters Cunningham from Gamma ,,,, .
opened, fctMJftM; : with, l amese Littles of Beta Kappa 1. Neighborhood Meetingto Iota Sigma, Fort Pierce.
So ,t1t y# !lliJ1.Jj.: :Sigma Tampa was elected to be held In January Local sorors were I. K.

Johnson and Eugenia Williams -
Registration; Arthu-
1 rQ rine Strapp and Allene Tay-

lor, Refreshments; Mable
Barlow, Alezellna Pinkneyand v4, :
Vadye Morse, Luncheon / tS
and Tour;Sarah Cherryand
Verneka Silva, Pro-
gram. The next meeting will Your choice of famous brand...
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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, February 10, 1967 3
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3 of Survive / ",,' k,, I fI
I Brooklyn ,. 1''II.,{,'I ,'a"1 s a 7fi (
Two of the quintuplets bom night died, but doctors said dicos were optimistic of their ..k"n.. j ,',
I to a Negro couple in Brook- 'ihursday that three were future. "
lyn, N.Y., last Wednesday holding their own. The mew One of the four girls was
till born. Along with the
w boy, they were born Wednes-
day night at Brooklyn) Jewish ar
Hospital to the( revtously 4N
childless wife of a $106-a-. ?r LL q
week postal clerk.
t r
The outlook for the babies
Is Rood and "within a dayor
so we'll be more definite -
," said Dr. Morton Shif-
; fer, head of obstetrics and r ,
gynecology at the hospital.
Dr. Charlette Lafer, the
bead pediatrician, said the ,
I babies were in good condition '
and were not having \f
any respiratory difficulties \
-"a very good sign." yrr F
Thirty-one-year-old Mrs.
Lionel Harris, the mother, ,

{ a registered nurse, said from The Ingram family, with Reginald, 5, father t.ew/sbob/ ; Towano, 1, Prlncetta ,1
>a her hospital bed. "I'm so excited 3, and mother Mary. :'
and happy. I am really
NEW YORK-Author Ann Fairbaimgtves NAACP thrilled and look forward to 1
Executive Director, Roy Wilkins, a copy of her'popular raising one big family. Inaram Family Thanks War On Poverty ,1
civil rights novel, "Five Smooth Stones."Mon nts ear- The family's private phy- .. .

lier she had written her $500 check as payment in full sidan, Dr. James Seley,said The Dade County war on I would like to express my ways say Thank you,May I,
of on NAACP Life Membership. Miss Fairbairn said, Mrs. Harris had taken fertility poverty has made a big hit thanks for all you have doneto and Please. I tried to teach
"I'm really delighted the book is going so well that / ; pills for about four with the Lewis Ingram family help my children. Notonlyby them but I see with your help
can afford to become a Life Member right now." She months before becoming of 1760 N.W. let Place.In knowing they are somebody we did it. They love the
has long been an annual NAACP member. (Layne pregnant and someone else loves school and their teachers
The heaviest of the in- much. Mr. Brown
them, but in teaching them very is
photo) fants was the first-born, the fact, the Ingrams are manners, their real name, like a relative of his. Whenhe
boy. He weighed 4 pounds, so enthused about it and whatit and how_ to cope with other was away I wished along
l'ounce. can do, particularly for children. Along with my with Reggie, that he would
I MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE children, that Mrs. Ingramsat thanks. I am very inpressed hurry and come back. I don't
and this letter
down wrote -
with the many chances that know Princess teachers name
: MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY to the Economic Oppor- have occured since they have but she also talks about them,
APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU. tunity Program Inc., which been attending school Reg- and to the one that put a
fights the war: inald shares with other children undershirt on her the other
\ THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE. To: The Teacher Of Reginaldand and Princess does also. day Thank you. I was in a
I PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM! Prlncetta Ingram They drink milk now and al- hufry ands forgot I will return -
it Not only have they
I .", ..' benefit but I have. I would
have completed my' coursein
school, but I was will fora

hours, but I am trying again.
STEREO RADIO TAPE RECORDER Thanks, for your time,
'don't merely keep children, we take care your guidance, your kind-
of children., ness and your love. I
Special care and supervised play for children Yours sincerely,
from 1 month up. 2 hots. meals and snacks FORMERLY OF JET IS NOW VET Mr. and Mrs. IngramP.S.

daily. Thanks for recommending ,
379.7735 Princess to Speech Ther-
Bottles and Diaper Service TEACHER DIES pathy. If I could afford it I f

CALL DAY OR NIGHT Mrs. Edith Grant, Poitier 848 NW 2ND AVENUE OPEN 9 TO tJ would take her but I haven't :J I
. of 900 NW 47th Terrace died been able to. I am trying i
635-8384 or 751-1745 Sunday, Feb. 5 at Cedars of myself to help her. Thanks. '.
Lebanon Hospital. She was a .
teacher: in the social studies ..................._.. .......... ;
department at Booker T.

'MR. WALTERS Washington High School for Junior-Senior a number ofrears. *. FOR THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMODATIONS 0>

She was a member of AT MODERATE RATE .
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f;,'. Now Two Locations. ,'<,! Theta by her Sorority.husband She, is Leroy survived ;-' : CALL : I

'' 6225 NW 22nd Ave. ; mother and father,two sisters; ...e.......... 'rr I
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#:.ACROSS FROM CONTINENTALt'CL. J,. ;kME Church where she was .
an active member. Richardson
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4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday,. February, 10, 1967


BY BILL MeBRIDEDorscy To Be Equalby

H, E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher Jr. Whitney M. Young Jr.
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor High

WILLIAM W. McBRIDE, City Editor Executive Director National Urban League
STANLEY I. SWEETING, Theatrical Editor Attacks Student

Member of the National Newspaper Publisher Association Humphrey Sets An ExampleLike

\ ,
Absentee Problem
,SUBSCRIPTION RATES ; : many of their fellow Americans, a Washington D.C.
ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $5.00 couple recently moved from their suburban home to a city

Entered a* Second Clots Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post Many thanks to Dorsey Jr. High principal C. Allgood grow apartment up and This many has families become decide quite they common have,had as children enoughof

Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 Charles Ingraham and Leo Albert for supplying the material overcrowed commuter trains and highways and of fight-

for this week's column. Ing with lawns that need tending. The city, with its shops
Office at 6530 NW 15th Ave. Phonest 691-0421 691-0455 and theatres and its proximity to work, beckons.
The implementation of modern education is,seemingly -
THE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKThe placing heavy demands upon school personnel. This Washington couple moved Into a new"apartment
are aimed at caring for the pupil's house which is interracial Whites and Negroes live side
Many programs
Miami Herald's staff writer Gene Miller has
given a
side in which the dry's worst
physical, mental, emotional and social needs. In addi- by a community was once
Interesting and descriptive account of the case of two
very education laws slum. The apartment house Is next to alow-lncome housing
state-enacted keep
Negroes, Freddie L. Pitts and Wilfred Lee who were charged tion, compulstory
project and the neighborhood is still largely composed
with and convicted of two murders they did not commit, some young people in school who, in spite of attemptsto low-income families.
although they had confessed committing the crimes under meet their educational needs, are uninterested in

ill treatments and threats. and/or antagonistic towards staying in school until the All this Is not too unusual Sophisticated people today
Just a quote: law permits them to become "dropouts." draw their friends from all ethnic groups and pick their
"The Sheriff told me 'if I didn't commit this crime he was apartments on the basis of comfort and taste and not on
going to shave the hair off my wife's head and execute her.' What is the plight of a people within a ghetto? the basis of the race of the man next door.
He said 'You know you are guilty. You know you com- What are their hopes and desires? What are the ambitions What Is unusual about this event however, Is that the
mitted this crime.' of their young? What aspirations do they have? couple In question Is Vice-President and Mrs. Hubert H.
"And every time I tell him no,I didn't I 'was a damn I What are their plans to prepare themselves now in order Humphrey.The .
liar. And I got slapped across the head once or twice," said to live productive adult lives later? Is there a realiza-

one of the victims. tion that education is a "key" that may unlock the fact that such a distinguished family moved Into

Two years igo, Maurice Rosen, an attorney for the Amer- doors to untold successes? Or, are they only victimizedby such a neighborhood news, and newspapers all over the
ican Civil Liberties Union and the NAACP Legal Defense circumstance destined to a perpetual entity within a county showed photos of the party thrown by the neigh-
Fund Inc., took over the defense of Pitts and Lee. borhood to welcome the new arrivals. The Vl -Presldent
forever chan ging and modern society?
Some weeks ago Rosen Introduced himself to Sheriff Parker said "I'm so pleased we are part of this exciting neighbor-

in Gulf County, who has been In office 32 years. Dorsey Junior High School is interested in the answer hood." And the neighborhood was pleased to have such
The murderer who confessed killing the two is Curtis residents.
men to all of these questions. Dorsey, a representativeof distinguished
Adams Jr. He said he abducted and murdered Jesse Bur- the institution of education realizes that pupils must
kett and Grover Floyd Jr., on the moonlight night of Aug. be in good attendance in school to improve their con- There are hundreds of communities all over the country
Lot, 1963.In composed of people like Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey sophisticated
the light of all this evidence,Pitt and Led amain in the dition. intelligent people who are beginning to seek
death house at Ralford. Why? Many students at Dorsey don't come to school re- out the best In city living and who welcome the diversityand
Perhpas those in authority have the answer. Surely the gularly. With a total enrollment of 1455 students regis- experiences of living in a interracial neighborhood. It
public would like to know. tered at Dorsey, a typical day will disclose that 200 is these people who set the standards for society and who
pupils are absent from classes and/or school daily. reflect the wave of the future, not the far more publicized
THE BOLITA SITUATIONOur hoodlums who threw rocks at priests In Chicago last sum-

new Sheriff E. Wilson Purdy's slogan Is, "Get bolita, To combat this situation, two counselors are on mer and who waved Klan banners to "keep their neigh-
get the writers and get the bankers." So It seems that the special assignment for the purpose of visiting parents borhood white," even when "white" meant lawless and
bolita business In Dade County Is coming to an end. and guardians at their homes, on their jobs, in the wash mediocre.
The Sheriff's raiders have arrested six sellers and seized h ouses to give them counsel so the school can more
10 cars during the month of January.So aply help the parent assist the child in living and pre- Few issues today are more important than expanding

Sheriff Purdy's first 50 days have been somewhat en- paring for a more productive life. This program of coun- housing The opportunities for Negroes and other minorities.
couraging to him. We will be watching with interest the results selors doing community counseling has worked and is which Urban League has a program Operation Equality,
of the next fifty days. assists Negro citizens to find homes and apartments
continuing to work. The daily absences have dropped outside the
Remember his slogan: "Get bolita, get the writers, get the below 100. As a result of conferences with teachers, showing their ghetto. White citizens can exert leadership in
acceptance Integrated housing.
bankers. they are more aware of the crises that our students face

MORE PROTECTION NEEDEDLast everyday; the problems that they must solve or don't That Is why the Humphrey family's new apartmentIs

Sunday evening Mr. Dennis Smith, 1291 N.W. 67th solve; the conditions under which they live; their temp- so significant It symbolizes the: way' people can live
Street, returning from church, was robbed and given a beat- tations, their fears, theirobsessions. Yes, the teachersare ture of their beliefs. I know many liberals who are genuinely -
ing by two men near his home. more aware. They understand how to do better their _concerned about Improving race relations (and some

Taken were $39.50 In cash, two radios, Jewelry, two pistols job. They understand from where they must deliver our of them are critical of Humphrey because of his stand on
a shotgun and some cartridges.It's children. They have the "know-how", the patience, the Vietnam) but who continue to live In a Illy-white neigh-
safe for tolerance, the leniency" the love and professional borhood and shield their children from contact with peoplein
really not one to wjlk the streets at night not ser-
Orfy in Liberty City, but in Br wnsville and other areas. vices at their finger tips to give needed care,services 'other Income groups or other races. They may believe '
Ye editor believes that patrojjing neighborhood at and attention. the things they say, but when someone like the Vice-Pres
least at certain hours of Ident lives In a manner which reflects his beliefs, we must
the would
night, hoodlums
and reduce keep These students have all of this and more. Do they admire his sincerity and respect him for his actions.
away or at least :mostof such Incidents.
Are not have you? You the parents, the merchant, the businessman -
taxpayers to such
sgme protection? the landlord.Most of all parents, do these students The Humphrey's move also symbolizes the meaning of

BROWNSVILLE PLAN have your assistance? Are you talking about our problems leadership. Implicit In "leadership" Is the Idea that leadersset
in church the standards for others; that the way they live and
Miami's meetings, club meetings and public
City Athal lei
Range,still bubbling ? the things they do will be emulated by others. Examinedin
over with enthusiasm is dissatisfied with plans to erect low- meetings this light the Humprey's did than
rent town houses In Negro areas which are surrounded by Students at Dorsey, most of whom are within the into more simply move
a new apartment, their action said to the
"walls without compulsory attendance law
concrete. are not attending
age interracial is
living the American it Is the
way, mannerof
She believes that the units should be placed in less densely school as they should. life we have chosen because we know that It has
populated sections. Mrs. Range would like to see a plan Listed below are several determined reasons why rewards and It Is the way Intelligent people of all many races
discussed for a moral community like Dade County Negroes many of them have irregular attendance habits: and Incomes would choose to live If they were aware of
have never seen. :ST: (1) Parents are now aware of students absences: benefits. It was a conscious, deliberate action on their partto
Housing Director Haley Sofge3poke of MHA plans for Ans. Parents should frequently call the school, attendP help set the right standards for society.
896 units for some 5,000 new residents. TAs and know personally his child's teachers.
Mrs. Range said: "It, seems we are drawing boundary (2) Parents keep children out because of illness. This is leadership_ ; not simply flowing with the crowd
lines in certain areas." and doing what 10 1 expected but setting the standards for
Ans.Some illnesses is in th
We think she has given the Housing Authority some ideas are unnecessary. A nurse e others to follow. True leadership extends far beyond po-
worthwhile thinking about every Wednesday, appointments can be made if litics. Educators, businessmen, and other persons are the
a parent wishes to talk with the school nurse; call the pillars of communities.
our They are the ones to whom
school andmake the appointment if necessary. people turn to see what Is "right", what Is "acceptable."
I (3) Students have moved out of Dorsey's attendancearea. Whether It is Vice-President Humphrey moving Into an
Phil' Ossofer Ans. School officials are following 'up on this. Integrated neighborhood or the teacher who moves to

---- (4) Pupils are staying out to attend younger brothers Integrate a PTA, or the businessman who makes a special
February 12 to 19 is terial, and are circulated by and sisters. Ans. There are day care centers within effort to integrate his factory, the mark of true leadership
Negro History Week. I dis- The Association for the the projects to care for youngsters at a cost of $1.00 is to live by one's ideals and to stimulate others to follow.I .

covered the true significanceof Study of Negro Life and weekly. (There is a law against keeping a school age would hope that all people give serious considerationto
this event when, about a History, Inc., which sponsors child to do this). the importance of even the smallest action they take.
year ago, as a weekly gueston Negro History Week. (5) Students kept out to do chores around the home. We all are leaders in the sense that our friends and associates -
"Progress Report, This energetic organization (6) Parents not concerned about child's welfare. respect us and value our judgment So whenwe
Blanche Calloway suggested also publishes bookson Ans. The parent is responsible for the child and is held move into an integrated neighborhood, or hire a Negro
that I come prepared to the Negro In history for accountable for his actions. worker for our business, or send our kids to an Integrated
discuss Negro baseball school study, ranging from (7) Students dislike for school. Ans. The school is school we are Indirectly Influencing other people as wellas
I did little
players. a re- the earlier
search elementary grades providing additional clubs and organizations, field doing what we know Is right
reading an autobiography -- through college.
Jackie Robinson.Up trips in which they may participate. Curricula are gear-
on My plunge Into the sea ed to ability levels. (14) Students left in house because parents leave
to that time, like Will of Negro has Im-
Rogers, all I knew was whatJ pressed me of the vastnessof (8)) Students don't have shoes, clothing, lunch or early-students fail to get up. Ans. If he goes to bed on
read.In..the newspapers, its scope. It has instilled lunch money. Ans. Through an agency the school can time, he should be able to get up relatively early.

and I wanted to know more in me a strong feeling of provide new shoes,used clean clothing and free lunchesfor (15) Students desire to transfer to another school.
so I could speak Intelligentlyon respect and esteem for my ( those who qualify). Ans. Parent and student should become aware of school
the subject. I was amazedby brethren of dark skin, andI (9)) Practice of home remedies on serious illnessesin rules and regulations to realize under what conditionsthis

Jackie's story, and with stand In awe when I dwellon some cases incapacitate children. Ans. Call the may be done and what procedures to follow.
growing Interest, began to the remarkable achieve- school make appointment with school health nurse (16) Students going out of town with children. Ans.
delve earnestly Into the ments gained under such e x- Seek professional help. Call the school, discuss this with school personnel
Negro's role In American tremely adverse conditions.As (10) Pupils running away from home, spending before departing.

history.I it was in the exodus of nights out. Ans. Be concerned about your children, re- (17) Poor home conditions. Ans. Care for the home.It .
subscribed to the Negro the Israelites, the Hand of quire certain times of night to be in, regulate study hours. need not be elaborate, but the home should be clean ,
History Bulletin and pur- God, (that ever-present helpin (11) Students inhabiting vacant apartments or their neat and livable.

chased several books, one" peril,) Is clearly seen In own apartment after parents go to work. Ans. Check on From where I sit, learning is a way of life. Educa-
being "Neglected History, the history of the Negro.I .
your child's attendance in school regularly,control your tion is a continuous process. Keep our students in
of in that all
a compilation essays hope regardlessof
Negro-American history by color, will investigate the house key if possible. school. Help them to help themselves to lead produc-
No parental control of students. Ans. Call tive lives in future
President (12) a that is their own.
Dr. Charles H. Wesley, Negro's role In history, for
I school, seek help from juvenile authorities. Follow My congratulations to
of Central State College the light of truth revealed Mr. Allgoud and his staffat
In Wilberforce, Ohio. Both within it will surely dispelthe I through. Dorsey Junior High for realizing the seriousness of
publications contain a darkness of racial (13) Students returning home after parents leave. the absentee problem and formaking a concerted effor t

wealth of researched mat prejudice.. Ans. Provide a method of checking on this possibility. to do something about it.I .


THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 10. 1967 5

Dixie Park Library To
Sermons Supreme

Celebrate Negro History WeekNegro 'i

Special Sermons and Master Messages

History week will Original essays on "The Dynamic Devotional Distinct Free Sample
be celebrated at the Dixie Negro in America" be
The Elite Civic and Social club will have its an- Park Branch of the Miami submitted for competition may In Page sent for answering this ad.
nual Valentine's Day Tea at the home of Asquith and Public Library bythreedaysof one of four categories:Adult
Thelma McDonald Sunday, February 12 at 1928 NW 66th films, stories and an essay Young Adult (Senior High
St., 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. You are invited. contest Adults,young people School), Juvenile (Junior National Church Press

and children are invited to High) and Kiddy (Elemen- 411 WEST
The family (wife, Shirley and daughters, Debra, see two films, History of the tary).
Terese and Faye)is all smiles since pappa Carey madea Negro in America, and Fred- ALBION, MIC H. 49224.
surprise visit home after seven months in Korea. The erick Douglas, on Tuesdayand Small prizes will be awarded -
Careys are residents of South Miami Heights.Al Wednesday February for winning essays select-
14 and 15 at 6:00 p.rn. ed by judges on the library _
and Frances Shaeen entertained the Corpus Boys and girls of elemen- taft ----
tary school will hear All must be received
Christie Catholic age essays
Family Movement Group on.Saturday
night at their 31st Street home. stories and biographical no later than February 18.
sketches of famous Negroeson The library is located at
Thurday, February 16, 350 N.W. 13 Street. For
Now there're three. The Charles (Francena Hall) during the 4:00: p.m. story further Information, please GlAMOUR
Scotts are cuddling a pink bundle, Erica LaVonna, who hour sessioa call FR 7-502a \ wigs :
made her debut at Mt. Sinai Hospital January 25 and
weighed in at 8$. pounds. Congratulations.You I
and your friends are invited to Alpha Delta Fred Myers at Mercy; Mrs. Edith Brennen, william Pate, I
Chapter of the National sorority of Phi Delta Kappa's Mrs. Marion Muldrow, Cleo Jollivette and Little Melanie At l QUALITY,

Brotherhood program, Sunday Feb. 19 at Mt. Tabor Bap- Knox at home. STYLE
tist Church.
Ohio houseguests of the Leroy Browns this weekare _4 ,at BUDGET

Mr.. and Mrs. Harry (Jest in a) Rolle made a. recent Marguerite Isby and Louise Samuels of Cincinnati. 4. PRICES
trip to Nassau to be at the bedside of his brother, Thomas
whose Mr. and Mrs. Doulgas (Catherine. Lowell) Simmonsof Only
a patient at Princess Margaret Hospital.The .
Nicholas (Mulberry) were in the city to attend the ) / 95

ninth annual Grand Ball of the Dade County funeral of her sister, Mary Lee Pressley of 3347 NW $29p tax
Classroom Teacher's Association at the Deauville 43rd, Street. Douglas has returne home, but Catherine
Hotel on Saturday night is still a conversation bit., will spend a week here with relatives and friends.C. ,I 9 Colors to choose from

/ Send Today
Mrs. Ida Hammond of Elba, Alabama is spendingtwo C. North of North's Travel Agency took time ,

weeks with her daughter and son-in-law, Ben and our for New Orleans and Mardi Grans. Be en excitingly-new person for mere penniesa
Bessie Davis of 2155 NW 6th Avenue.On .
Order real human hair
a personalized,
Happy birthday to John Hanna, Dr. G. W. Hawkins, Y. your
(not dynel) glamour-fashioned wig. Select from
Wednesday, Feb. 8, Christendom observed the Garth C. Reeves, Sr., and Mildred Moxie. nine striking colors. Amaze friends. Delightall
first day of Lent (Ash Wednesday) 40-day period of others. The new by WIGMART of
penitence, prayer study preceeding Easter, March Lauderdale.

26th. 1. First Negroes land at Jamestown MONEY BACK GUARANTEE

2. The Boston Massacre WITHIN DAYS IF WIG* IS NOT WORM!
Happy New Year to our Chinese friends. For Chi- ... ... _
3. Nat Turner Revolt - -- ---- -- "'
nese the world over, the new year (4665) will begin m 4. The Civil War' I' WIGMART, Box 23650, Fort Lauderdale, Florida 1
February 9, an instant after the stroke of midnight on
5. The Emancipation Proclamation
Feb. 8. It's the of the Ram (or sheep or Goat, de- 1 :
year 6. First in
Negro Congress (Hiram Rhodes Revels) I D Classic Black D Dark Brown D Red Brown I II
pending on where in China the family comes from). TopU. 7. Atlanta
Compromise D Light Slick 0 Chestnut Brown 0 Light Gold
S. Celebrations of the year of the Ram are in San 8. 1954 School Desegration I I II
D Super Dark Brown 0 Gold Brown D Medium Brown
Francisco and New York. 9. Montgomery Bus Boycott (Rosa Parks) I I II ui
.UNDERSTANDING IS THE KEY 10. The Little Rock CrisisAs I or I II
we celebrate Negro History Week let us pause I Send my Personalized Wig to: I II

The third annual interfaith meeting of Protestant, for spiritual refreshment, let us rededicate ourselves to I NAME....,... ... ... ... ..... .. .. ...,... ...... "'... ., .. .............................. I II
Catholic and Jewish women of Greater Miami held at
the unfinished business of
Barry College last Monday featured a panel discussion discrimination eradicating segregation I ADDRESS. ..". .. .?. ....... .... ... ... .. .. I 1 1I fI
from every facet of American life and let
of prejudice.The panelists were Mrs.John Smith,Negro; us prepare.ourselves for that freedom which shall,yet be I CITY:' .STATE... ..ZIP I
Mrs. Richard Brie km an, Jewish; Mrs. C. W. Warner, Ca-. achieved the power of truth and L.. jI
by ,vigilance. : - - -- - --
tholic; Mrs. Albert Cosio, Cuban; and Mrs. Durbin Tabb,
white Protestant.The program called "Know your Neigh-
bor" is designed to promote understanding of ethnic l! ,
differences. 1r'1'! .,

Orchids to Delores Harte, special reading teacherat 1 1
Booker T. Washington High and the student volun-

teers of Barry College for the special assembly programin )I

the school auditorium Friday, February 3. I, ''' 1

Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Mack, Sr. (Mildred) will cele-
brate their fourth wedding anniversary February 10.

Frederick Douglassthe runaway slave who rose to
become a distinguished editor and diplomat, will be
honored on a U.S. 25-cent stamp with first-day cere-
monies in Washington February 14. The issuance of
the new stamp will coincide with Negro History Week.

On Friday, February 10, The MRS will host a Va- ,.. --
lentine Dance in the Gulfstream Room at Bayfront Park Visiting Miami for the North-
Auditorium, Mrs. Samuel (Alice) Harrison: is president. South golf tournament is Lance

named Druimond national, who brand has manager been Finance Your Car with Our
Thousands of Miami women are expected to Join
for the Victor Fischel & Com
millions of others in 127 nations in the annual observance pany Imports from MacDonald

of World Day of Prayer on Friday. Oreenlees Ltd AUTO LOAN!
The women will be asked to pray for peace among Mr. Drummond started his
nations, for all those working for purer and Juster laws career in the industry as sales
and also for those working to heal diseases, relieve manager for the company's
eastern division. Prior to that
poverty and for Christian unity. Local services will be he was an advertising repre- W fi! irKESSa "at Jt 'ffi
held at several churches. sentative for the Johnson Shop aroundfvrcar;," you'.want* ring us t to
Publishing Company and modal j
and price ,
i.'V i.
served sales for -
as ,
readers have been keeping with the M'
Hope you up c
series, "Miami's Other Face" (an essay in pictures) in Ebony,Oil he Company.was a sales Most executive recently 2.' W* will oka/' your Joan quickly and with"no reds

the Miami News. Photographs by Charlie Trainor and with a major distiller.Mr. iyaf, tape, Our loan policy Is very liberal we want r'jto '
text by John Keasler. Most informative. Drummond holds a degree -
in marketing from New make loans,
York University and makes his s '* &i >* ti
ding Honeymooning in Ashland Kentucky in Miami, Staff after Sgt.their Rudolph February Glass 4 wed-of home in Merrick Long Island. .. .- ':,'Interest can.b+as' lows 4Vi% on o niwcot, and'|

. Miami and the former Irene Williams of Ashland will reside 'payments,lor ai long ios 36 mttnIkt-.thin lowest
I in Fort Knox. Sorority Plans l ; "a '
t payments possible* Wt also'miIe''Ioans ontis d,

Pauline Williamsand cant"up., to 5 years old.> ;, J"M'b.
Girthia Williams, Johnson, Mayme Negro History ( j u V 4
Jeanette Fryarson attended the Neighborhood Con
.e' of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority at Lake Worth. CelebrationThe
4 Host chapter, Zeta Tau Omega of West Palm Beach. LINCOLN
members of Alpha Delta
! Blanche Dean was hostess to the Cwest Club on Chapter of the National/ Sorority [1] q'K

; Tuesday evening at her 10th Avenue home. king of their Phi Delta final plans Kappa for are Negro ma- First fully

: History Week. An elaborate njA/here in the Edison Financial Center
: Vacationing in Nassau are Mr. Fred DeVeaux and program involving outstanding 6013 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone 754491
; son Jerard DeVeaux of New York City. people of the city will parti
The will be
cipate. program
,l On Saturday evening at 8:3Q p.m.Asquith and Thelma day held, February from 4 to 19 5 p.m.at Mt.on Tabor Sun Monday. Tu..doy, Wodnudoy, Thursday:30 am to 2 pm Fridoy 9:30 am to 2 pit

McDonald received the Sacrament of Holy Baptism at Baptist Church, NW 17th. Ave. and 5 f>r> to 8 pm. D"v.-ln Window. open Monday thru Fridoy 2 .o 5 pm Saturday to
Corpus Christie Catholic Church.Get and 66th St. Rev. P. S. Brownis .. /
i the pastor. '
well wishes to Percy Styles at Cedars; Burile Please come out and help Wembori: F.d.*oljiotor,. Systom and Fodofol D.posit! Iniuroneo Corporation
Mitchell at Jackson, Mrs. Delores Forbes at Mt. Sinai; us to make this a gala affair. j

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6 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday February 10, 1967

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TalkBY HEIGHTS _:r '. .".,,.I..\. : Armed Forces I -= i

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gallant men-Air Force Lt. CoL Virgil (Gus) Grissom, 40,, School Soops
veteran of the Mercury and Gemini Space Programs, Co},. Colonial Heights Elementary School, located at 1075
Edward H. White, 2d, 36, first Spce walker, and Nay)r S. W. 160 Street, made its debut into our school systems
Lt. Comdr. Roger Shaffee, 31, Space.Rockie, first astroto when It opened on February 6. The students and faculty
die in a spacecraft, Jan. 27, 1967, by a flash fire. had been temporarily housed at Frank C. artin Elementary -
Three men that lived with "hope and pride," knowing: School, with Mr. Robert L. Garwood as principal
that there was a time to live and the fears of dying. W On February 5, parents had an opportunity to orientate
all mourn this great American loss. .1 met CoL John themselves and their children with facilities in the octagon-
Glenn (our No. 1 spaceman) last year at Eastern Airline .. snapped complex.
Kennedy Airport. We shared the same taxi to Man s.

hatttan. I dropped him and his colleague off at the Waldorf,, The night of February 18 will be a busy one for cupid
where he spent the night before leaving on a goodwill 1 as he aims his arrows for the hearts of Mays High stud-
Ambassadore tour through Asia. We discussed Vietnam's i ents at their "Sweethearts' Ball", Open to all area
action and our home, American problems. I have never students, the semi-formal affair is hosted by the student
met a finer person than CoL John Glenn. I say this with i Council The dance begins at 8 pm in the school cafe- n
respect- many tunes! teria.

WHAT'S NEW.Jan.. 31, Adam Clayton Powell tried to Sodal Notes
settle judgment of widow Esther James with $33,000 but Mr. and Mrs. James Crawford (Alma) entertained their SAN ANTONIO Airman SAN ANTONIO Airman
Esther James refused to settle. It's only a down payment, family and friends with a patio picnic on January 28, Ronald Johnson, son of ... Simmie C. Tillman Jr., son of
she said, on her $164,000. .Bobby Baker, who used at 4 pm. Mrs. Crawford's aunt, Mrs. Joseph Atulloh and Mrs.Harry Johnson of 915 Simmie C. Tillman Sr. of 1041
his contacts as a Senate aid to become a millionaire wheel- (Theresa) of Schenectady, New York was guest of honor. NW 60th St., has been selected NW 47th Terr., has been assigned -
er-dealer, was convicted of grand larceny, conspiracy and . for training at Amarillo to Little Rock AFB,
AFB, Tex., as an Air Force Ark., after completing Air
willful income tax evasion could get 48 years in jail February Is Girl Scout Cookie Month and scouts will aircraft maintenance specialist. Force basic training.The .
His trial Involved the names of Pres. LBJ and bg-time be selling their wares until the 13th. Support their efforts. airman, a graduate of

Senators. How is it that pretty Carole Tyler (Baker's Funds from the cookie sales finance the campsites throughout The airman, a 1966 graduate Center High School,Waycross,
Girl Friday Secretary) and Senator Robert Kerr (D., the United States. of Northwestern High Ga., will be trained on the
Okla.) died or were killed so conveniently for his alibi? ? -.. . School, recently completed job as an air policeman with
Accidents do happen. Well done, William 0. Bittman, If you missed the Mobile American Heritage Museum basic training at Lackland the Strategic Air Command.
U. S. Attorney on the Baker conviction. while it was stationed at Dadeland see the exhibit when it AFB, Tex. His mother, Mrs. Louise
stops at 163rd Street Shopping Center. It showcases the Wesley, lives at 419 ArnoldSt.
JOHN L. ENGLISH FAMILY SPOTLIGHT.Mr.John growth of industries up to the present. ., Atlanta.
English would be remembered in Miami as a police officer. . -
In New York City he's known as Mr. Real Estate Man. Get well wishes to Mr. Charles Gray who Is recuperating
His wife is the former Esther Leonard, daughter of Irene at home following his surgery at Baptist Hospital
Leonard of 1603 N. W. 31st St., Miami Her father, big ..
Euzemar (Doc) Leonard Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Englishare PROTECT YOUR FURNITURE

proud parents of two lovely children, a son, Ronald, WITHOUT HIDING ITS BEAUTY
and a daughter, Ouida. They reside in the fabulous "Cross ,. CUSTOM MADE

Bronx Apartment at 260 Audubon Ave., NYC(178St.( ). akgo PLASTIC FURNITURE
Ronny and Ouida love "Rock 'N Roll" music, favorite
group, "Sam and Dave." SLIP COVERS

OAUftl v aLONG
ny Rivers' "Baby I need Your Loving" dedicated to Willa MSIiTANTWIllY ny h
Randolph and Kelsey Dorsett (The Winifred Dorsett's Lil OUAUNTIID

Boy). The No. 1 soundof Soulville, Freddie Scott's IIUIIMIMA-*' n
'" .
(Taking the Last Train to Jacksonville1) "I am Coming MTIIIUItlUMINUM HIP AM' W ".'- ""-'; -= '" .. t

Home," dedicated to Toni Daugherty of 2151 Cruger Ave. tlfflM fill UTI..m e PLEIKU, Vietnam Air-

. ,James Carr's "The Dark End of the Street," a MINIONS AIR YIMTt, SPECIALIZING CALL man First Class John W.
smash. .To James Collie, leaving Miami for a townin ..IRITi1N. IN PLASTIC oAr on Belle, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Michigan (26170 Dunning, Inkster, Mich.) where he is EXCLUSIVELY SUP COVERS NIGHT Walter L. Belle I I of 14430

an official of the School Board (my Army buddy) I de- ,NONE Graves Drive, Miami, paintsa l lof
dedicate the Marvelettes "Where the hunter gets capturedby house ot Gretchen 314.5082 Vietnamese grade schoolas Sgt. Daniel E.Wilc )J(, son
of his communicationsquadron's
the games." . .The Supremes, "You made me love part Mr. and Mrs. Gus (Dora)
you. Now you are gone," dedicated to pretty songstressKim Formerly Gretchen-NichoUi Plastic Covert peopletopeopleprogram Wilcox of 1280 NW 86th St.
in the central highlands -
Sgt. Wilcox is a 1961 graduate -
Tolliver. ."Watching the Four Tops" perform of Vietnam. Airman
of Miami
their "Reach Out" and Standing in the Shadows of Love" Belle, a communications specialist School.He NorthwesternHigh
with their dancing routines and powerful voices blending, volunteers his office has been in the U. S.
reminds one of the Rolls Royce, MotorPerfection.. e't't duty time in support of Pre- Army since completion of
This is Scoop Bethel saying time ltd' tide wait for no man. C O sident Johnson's declarationthat high school His previous assignments -
So long. C-U-NX. A: :>> helping the people of include: three yearsat
te'e Vietnam is as important as
I. Ft. Beming, Georgia, a
fighting the Viet Cong. Belle,
tour in Germany and back to
.. \ \) a 1960 graduate of George Ft. Benning where he has been
Washington Carver Highschooland
\) stationed for the last six
-\ is married to the former
\ \ months
CallA \ \\1e ; as an instructor at
Frances Strickland.SAN .
Ft. Bennings' Infantry School.
\' His next assignment will
CHARLESROGERS 0" to. \ ANTONIO Airman take him to the Republic of
a \\ Johnny C. Jones, son of Mr. Vietnam. He departed Miami
a.\\t. and Mrs. Charles Jones of Jan. 19 for Vietnam.
= yt. \ \ : 10027 SW 170th Terr., Per- Sgt. Wilcox and his familywas
\ rine, has been selected for in Miami for the Christmas -
eV- S\ 'h technical training at Chanute holidays. He is marriedto
ta 6p ppV AFB, 111., as a U.S. Air the former Miss Patricia

AT PL 1-7502 C\a.e ", ,\\ d i iti' Force aircraft maintenance Lockhart. His wife and two
specialist.The .
,' ,, -{," to.\\. :.. "c..6'. airman children, Daniel, 2 and Sonya
\', "" y recently completed 4 months will reside with
\ 61 I
\ basic training at Lack-
For A Good on >" '.", ,. \' land AFB, Tex. His new her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Buy )
James Lockhart St. of Miami.
\ \
4 \ ,,\ \ \
:"if e
.: : .'f, :" 6'\etJ \" c..o.q ,' L. school is part of the Air
.r.'I. J
6' 1-J" Training Command which
conducts -
-A Piano Organ ,.i." \e 6' 0\ \.OfI hundreds of specializedcourses SAN ANTONIO Airman
e Q O to provide technically Oscar D. Williams, son of
,\ \\ \.{ trained personnel for the na- Osie of 22250 SW 109th Ave.,
Scott Stereoor '.. (,O \ (,P 0 tion's aerospace force. Goulds, Fla., has been se-
'< ,\ () Airman Jones is a 1966 lected f w training at Lack-
"..r ...I1I:. graduate of Mays JuniorSeniorHigh land AFB, Tex., as an Air
Orchestra School, Goulds. Force air policeman.I.tflLi.

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Dr. Gore To Meet With FAMU '(

Alumni, Seniors and ParentsDr. KNIGHT BEATPresents :

George W. Oore, dyna- Association will hear Dr.
mic president of Florida A&M Pore at 6:30: p.m. Active and
University, will chat informally 'inactive members are urged to
with members of the Miami attend this session. FRI SAT SUN FEB. 10 II 12
Chapter of the FAMU Alumni
Association and to senior Senior students in Dade
students and their parents on County high school. and their
February 11 in the HospitalityRoom parents are cordially invitedto
STANLEY "SWEETS" SWEETING of the Roosevelt Federal,, come at 7:30: to chat with
Savings and Loan Association [)r. Oore. He will acquaint
UNE-O-TYPE Building. them with the programs offered

Members of the Alumni at Florida MM University.
THE LITTLE RED BOOK: Bill McBride of our editorial
room got the chairman's nod on that special appointed

Brownsville Committee who'll work along with Metro Com- I
missioner Joe Boyd and Art Peavy of Metro Parks and } / ;; : ;
Recreation to further and ';
pool playground facilities for the Jaaitiueii :
area. Booking Agent Johnny Burke says he's all ready : \
sewed up Big Joe Turner's booking for the Knight Beat Beta Beta Lambda Chapterof 79i9f.S"u.r'YtllcJ'_t'1I:"5'< .. ,rt ,.".....'..... ., ., .,..._....!\. .1' ;
Alpha Alpha Fraternity
and is now toying with an appearance for the busy B. B. announces the following :
King. WMBM salesman Ivan Carey taking time out plans for the month of February
to fill out income tax returns for customers at Economy On Saturday, Feb. 11, the r r' Martha Williams
Drug No. 1- a former Richard Strachan monopoly at this Brothers will entertain their
dispensary. ladies at a Valentine Party. '
t t t t This is an annual affair with
NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Banker-Editor Garth C. Reevesa the Alphabettes, Alpha Wives EuropeunLawrence

Federal Juror. .Lewis (Pops) Irwin and Leon Tappinat along Auxiliary with, as all special wives guests and

Mary Elizabeth's Zebra Lounge. Central Banks sweethearts of Alpha men.
nifty: "If you've got the Itch we've got the scratch". On Friday, February 17,
Look alikes: Beatrice Miller and Mrs. Cliff
Dorothy ( ) the scene changes to a gala
Baker. .Tourists hoarding Bahamas $3 bills since the tropical formal setting as the
government annexed the decimal system. Patrolman Alphas entertain their friends +r as r r '' ..
Willard Myles looks ten years younger sine he allowedhis with a dance at beautiful ,: ,+';'"
locks to grow longer. Pianist Hazel Scott (ex Mrs. Bayfront Auditorium. This '
Adam Clayton Powell) on comeback entertainment trail dance promises to be highly ',' ., ,of ,/,'
.Dolly Sweeting, Cleora Webb, Irene Williams, Gladys enjoyable music occasion and with beautiful continuous -
Brown back from Nassau's Bay Street
decorations. Other Greek Let-
S. *
ter organizations will be recognized r.r+
SALT WATER TAFFY: Howcum that shapely sex-pot during the single
rides the corner rail of that mid-town bar same time every intermission.
day on the hour? Hasn't miscued for the past few months The Brothers have dubbed
.Former Miamian Ethel Watkins (Mrs. Noble Slssle) this their "Carnation Ball,"
son Noble Jr. a Corporal In Vietnam. Leon Tappin and in keeping with theme,
coining a mint in real estate. .Why wait to name one of will provide complimentary
our new schools in honor of Editor-Publisher H. E. S. corsages and boutonnieres rorlue.ta. COMING FEB. 16
Reeves? ? ? ? ? JFK half dollars hard to find after a 600 '. EDDIE "KNOCK ON WOOD" FLOYD
million output .Stars and stripes now Dying at half-' i Choir No. 1 of Kelly's
mast for the three Ill-fated astronauts appearnot sopopularon Yf+' ;y'IN Chapel Methodist Church presents OPENING FEB. 9
Miami Beach. One at Washington Avenue and Lincoln The House of Balfour
(Fashionetta and Musical THE ONE AND ONLY JOE TEX
Mall flying high, wide and not so handsomeTHE
S. showing the Stylist Stout) at
4150 NW 7th Avenue, Feb. 12,
WEEK'S WASH: If former Florida Governors Leroy from 4:30 to 6:00
: : p.m. Dona- C.T. Host & M.C.
Collins and Farris Bryant run against each other for George tion is $1.00.
Smathers Senate seat you can call the race "Battle of the

Cushion Tunes". .Both ex state chief executives have
voices just above a whisper. And again we have two
former Florida governors with the same number of letter '
in their names 12 each. .In a previous column w< I
mentioned the fact that Florida gubernatorial candidate
Robert, High, Scott Kelly, Claude Kirk and Haydon Burnt tF' '
each had 10 In theirs. *'. .Attys Donald Wheeler Jones and ":;: I '. I ...

Samuel Moncur guested on Lee (WQAM) Vogel's "Open : :>U
Phone Forum" broadcast last Wednesday late. #
t t t t it'I: \) $ :

STUFF AND SUCH: There's a mid-town bistro that I ., '1 ,i I'/,
keeps Its liquor shuttered tight before purchases are made. r Rtq

You order, the barmaid unlock and pour, then back to bed NATHANIEL COLSTON,M.D. -
the spirits go. Shelves remain bare all day. No display. announces the relocation of
More profit* they say. .Big fraternal man Samuel his office for the practice. of
Sweeting looking younger and healthier since his retirement -- general medicine to:
.Gwendolyn Johnson home from Harlem sincean 6823 NW 15th Avenue
attack of paralytic seizure. .Clementine Deleveaux Miami, Florida 33147
Telephone 691-0705
putting on pounds. .Recent surgery on Eartharine Office :Hour.:
Haywood's feet removed brittle bones from her tootsies 10-1(30( 5:30-8
that confined her to double stilts. .Lawrence Adderleyand Closed Wednesday 4
Elizabeth Blatch pouting.
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SWEETS TREATS: Henry (Bozie) Johnson Jr. who birth kL
dayed February 5 was gifted with an 81b-14oz. male pa- '"Any'.S. poose by his squaw Dorothy. Baby Daryn was born you wont to>,90". ',: t

January 31 In Mount Sinai Hospital.. North-South "
Orange Bowl game star Carol Williams home from XavierU :

on a end-of-season break. The Pair Extraordi NOMO&S4TMMVTtf
naire at the Diplomat's Track Room in Hollywood. .
Gene Stride!, Chubby: Jackson and Flip Phillips at Dean *
Martin's on 79th Street Causeway-Bowed out with Billy
Daniels last Sabbath. .Leslie Uggams gueststarredfor mAY&L IUSU

TV's Coliseum Thursday night via Channel 4 with "Your Neighborhood Travel
Art Linkletter guest-hosting for the CBS variety show. .
Dr. Clarence R. Hogan on the mend. .Edith Coleman Ag.nts"
Grant (Mrs. Leroy Poitier) died Sunday ayem at 1:30in As near to you a* your k
Cedars of Lebanon. t*>.phofl.. Glv. "us a call\
S5 t 55 ft. bllvr. 1104 NW 3rd \.

MIAMI MUSINGS: New York Clty'e"TheChurchof WhiteHope" Aw. FR 9-8.UI.. Chat-.
is piloted by a Negro minister, the Rev. Monroe .North,""' ..ager.--_.. !\J'"U

CradeL Coincidental or Ironical?: Eddie Fisher at .
the Fontalnbleau and Debbie Reynolds at the Eden Roc -
just a stone's throw apart .Remember those two ? ??
Miamian Yvonne Frances Burney of the Dreams singing JAZZ NIGHTLYAt
duo and Ohioan Mack Weems are all set to middleaisleIt the DISCOVER the ease of
In Springfield Saturday post-meridian at 6:30..That'e:
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everybody and everybody's racket but who dispels the Blvd. & 126th St.

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The The Heavens declare the Glory of God Psalms 1912.
North-South Tournament is
here already boasting of 1. "The Heavens declared the Glory of God, and the
many golfers from everywhere
getting ready to "burn "
the golf course up". Of course, most of these folks are from firmament shewth his handy work.:
up "Nawth" and are getting away from that snow and 2. Day unto day uttereth speech and might unto night

ice. One fellow from Cleveland walked in my house just a sheweth knowledge.Isn't .
matter of minutes after arriving in Miami, and f said, it odd that we are born, live and often die withina
"welcome to Miami." He sez, "I am not going back." hundred miles of the place of our birth. Isn't it a pity

This is his first trip to our fair city, and after sight seeing that we do not go out and see the world!
Toby's, Juniors, and a few other places he sez, "I reany The sun rises in the East It reaches its median about
am not going back." That was Maceo Noisette, his wife, mid-day and is above us all declaring the glory of God.

Ollie; Duke and Christine Jenkins, Dr. Swanee Preston, all Then it hurrys on toward the West traveling beneath us,
of Cleveland; Red Patterson of Chicago, Overn Davis traveling around us, then coming up smiling next day In
and his wife, Katie of Cleveland; Beverly Mitchell of New the East Is this then Important? Is this a sign to us?

York; "Piggy" of New York. and gangs and gangs of Does It mean that we ought to so travel around the world?
other folks we'll mention next week. They are saying that We might not make It in a day as does the sun. The im-

our golf courses are the best they have seen anywhere, portant thing is that we make it "The heavens declarethe
and getting a big kick out of No. 14 at LeJeune. (That Glory of God."

hole is a monster). Registration was Wednesday, and play The noon comes out at night lingering with us a while
is half-way over by now. But you do have two more daysto disappearing to and travel, around us. "Night unto night
get out there and watch the pros and amateurs tee off sheweth knowledge.
and hit that ball. Show a little Southern Hospitality to these
Old smart man Is born, reared and often dies withina
fine people who come from all over the United States and hundred miles of the place of his birth. This is symbolic
The Bahamas to visit with and
us enjoy our Sun-
shine. of the limitations man place upon himself.

Miss Yvonne Francis Bur11 at Mt.Zion Baptist Church, It Is not by chance that man sailed the ocean. It Is not

PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Katie Davis of Cleveland ney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 1171 South Yellow Springs St. by chance that man soars across the heavens. It is the will
PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK"Red"Patterson of Cecil R. Griffin will marry Mr. Springfield" Ohio. of God. It is natures way of giving us a 'way to hurry
of Chicago Mack Weems Saturday, Feb.Pastor's around the world as does the sun, the moon, and the
Golfer the week: Duke Jenkins
stars. It is nature's way of giving us a way to enlarge;
to enrich our lives. It is mother natures way of sharing
Wife Given Birthday with us her golden treasure which is full of knowledge.The .
All of us who have children have, at one time or an- "
firmanent sheweth Is work.
other, needed a doctor or a hospital. Let me tell abouta handy
you St. James MembersAs Let us then decide to be like the sun. Go and see this
hospital that is going bankrupt because they serve any Party By
good earth. Go see what God hath done. Let us then be
child, regardless of race, creed or color, and without thinking -
like the moon declaring the glory of God Here, there,
of their ability to pay for these services. Most Miamians Jesus looked us
around the world. IntendedAs
know exactly what I'm going to say: VARIETY CHIL- with out stretched hands off It was so
DREN'S HOSPITAL. They have equipment to take care ol[ love and welcomed us, so did the sun riseth, let us arise and go out Into the worldto

many, many ailments of children that our other hospitalsdo ,the officers and members of iu become larger moving on toward that glorious summit
not have. They will take your child and attend to his St. James AMEChurch opened "The heavens declare the glory of God"At

trouble, and then ask you his name and address. If you their hearts to welcome Rev. the end of the rainbow Is a gift heaven sent Go

cannot afford to pay, you do not find a lein against your and Mrs. F. E. Sneed to the find the end of the rainbow this is our fathers world

personal belongings, or what have you. This is a hospital above named church. cousins.
with a heart. I think that a lot of us have been under the Rev. and Mrs. Sneed came
impression that Variety was apart of the United Fund by way of the appointment of Members of the committee (mother), Mrs. Henrietta Rodgers -
campaign. This is not so, and I believe that if most of us Bishop E. C. Hatcher from Mt. I of arrangements and prepara- Mr. and Mrs. Willie
had known this, we would have made provisions in our Herman AME Church, Ft. Lau- :\ tion were Mesdames Lawrence, Nicholson,Mrs. Louise woods,
Fla. Nov. 1966, Peterson, Sharpe, Nicholson, Mr. P. E. Hepburn, Mrs. N.
United Fund contributions to include a certain part for this where they served 8tt years t Pinder and son.
much needed We cannot afford to let this hospital Dean and Scott.
facility. and completed and furnisheda Also Larry Franklin, W. W.
"fall by the wayside." Let us give anythingwe can to help. $250,000 edificesaid to be Those enjoying the evening Plumber, Mrs. Bessie Johnson -

Fifty-cents will help, if we get enough of them, so don'tbe one of the most modem plants with Rev. and Mrs. freed Mrs. Nellie Davis, Mrs.
shy about sending a small sum. EVERY LITTLE BIT in the African Methodism in ; / were Mr. and Mrs.Willie Scott, Maybelle Perry and son, Mrs.
HELPS. GIVE ALL YOU CAN. To bring it right down the South. r\ Ralph V. White, Mr. and Mrs. Cleora Brooks, Mrs. Mela ay
front, "there are as many, or more, or our children helpedby this hospital than any others." Believe me, I've been 2, St. James' official family Reubin Howell, Rev. J. A. Sparks, Joe Harris; Mrs. Margaret -
there several times. PLEASE GIVE. SEND YOUR CHECK honored Mrs. Sneed with an ." Roberts, Rev. and Mrs. S. A..' Reynolds,Mrs. Qlendina
OR MONEY TO VARIETY CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL, elaborate birthday dinner with' Cousin, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Noble Mrs. coretha Williams,
6125 S. W. 31 Street, Miami. the menu of baked turkey and Mrs. Lucille Sneed Peterson, Miss Phyllis Peterson Mrs. Willie C. Rogers, Mrs.
ham, peas, tossed salad, hot Mr and Mrs. Theodore, Juanita Kelly, Charles Hlggs,
S buttered rolls, cakes coffee, did further study at Florida Mackey, Mrs. Classie Porter, Mrs. Vera Mae Coffee, Bert
and ice cream. A&M University and the Univ Mrs..Leatha Shaw Mr. Mathew. Fenderson, Harold.Jones; Mr.
QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT Popular Police Officers The parish hall was color- of Miami and is presently employed Gilbert,:Mr. and' Mrs. Henry and Mrs. John H., Dean, Mr.
at Douglas Elementary
Jimmie Wilson tells the story of the seven-foot sailfish' he fully decorated with beautiful' School. She is Lawrence, Mr. and Mrs.James Steve (Wlldman) Gallon and
..r caught, and took it to have it mounted. When he was flowers and symbols of va- of the North Miami past president Districtof Sharpe, Mrs. M. L. Davis Mrs. Lucille, toward..with .

handed bill of $156.00 he told the man, "I .went lentine. Happy birthday was
a just the Woman's Missionary'- ------------ .
choir members No. 1
fishing for you. You keep It" Mrs. Irene Lotz, Ad- and sung all by guests assembled. It Society of the south and Tarn I mother, Mrs. Ella Shakel-
ministrative Assistant to Port Homer, sent us a letter re- and pa Florida Conference. Rev. ford. .
delightful -
was an
garding the cut throOgh of 12th Avenue'tfcat< we requested, affair to all attended. Sneed is also a native of West SOUTH

sez that the Railroad will not grant the right of way be; Mrs. Steed is a' native Florida, graduate of Edward Mr. and Mrs Roosevelt

cause that Is one of the busiest freight sections in that part Floridian, graduate of Florida Waters College, B. F. Lee DADE NEWS Williams, Mrs. Lillie R. Harris -
of the city. To build over It would cost over one-half mil- Normal Industrial College, Theological Seminary and : and Joseph Williams were
lion dollars. We think that the citizenry of the county and Paine of Wilberforce, Ohio. .. guests of Mrs. Lumie McCoyat

city should have this, regardless of cost, because many Oscar Shakeford! of Il 9'- Ft. Lauderdale Sunday.An .
persons who have to get home from "downtown" and to ---nos---tt 'I.!I Lexington Ave., New York
work from "uptown" have to go to 7th avenue or 17th r ''City, spent IS days visiting Open Letter to Our
avenue to get through. And 12th avenue is a through his mother,Mrs. Martha Shakel- Youth: Stay out of trouble.
street all the way to Coral Gables and South Miami up to HAIR DOESN'T GROW? 1 ford, who is ill. He returnedto Why not attend church more
that point Time is getting close for Clyde Killen's I New York on Jan. 30. Other regularly. When tempted to do
"Night In Nassau." March 12th Is the date, and the Island DANDRUFF? members of the family visiting Just wrong,remember read the how 23rd mother Psalm.
Renee Powell, the lady golfer I I their grandmother are Mr. and
Club Is the spot young ITCHY SCALP? prays for you, and her pillowis
Mrs. Leslie
Ohio Jackie Robinson on the "Blue" 1 Monday. Mrs.
from Canton, upset wet with midnight tears.
course at the Doral Country Club. She shot a 2 over par FALLING HAIR? I Shakelford is much better.

on that "BLUE MONSTER," which "shook" Jackie up. I Mt. Morlah Baptist Church,
Honorable Lunden Pindllng, Premier Of The Ba- Shakelford returned Perrine Rev. W. Edcar
The 1 i from Tall ahassee where C. ,
hamas was seen and heard on Channel 7 last Sunday on j I he visited his daughter, Mar- pastor, had fine services on
Florida Forum. This was an Interesting and informative HERE IS HELP I I tha at Florida A&M Un iversity. Sunday. The Sunday Schoolwas
question and answer period on his policies and plans. We 1 jI From there he went to Chipley. well attended. The home
feel that he has the reins firmly in hand The golfers for a few days Mission, Mrs. Nettie Chicks,
have found Toby's, and you can't get in there at night I treasurer, had an inspiring

for them. They say this is the best and cheapest food they 1 USE Huston Ulsery, from Flori- meeting at 3 p.m.
have seen in their lives The Knight Beat seems to da A&M spent the weekend The Old Landmark serviceon
be catching on like the "good old days". Number one record I Friday night was really
inspiring. Mrs. P. J. Curry
attraction, Joe Tex, comes in on the 19th. Frank 1 NU- BAPTIST WOMEN'SCOUNCIL was the speaker and the choirof
band rocking the Joint. .
Williams and his are really I Sweet eld Baptist Church
The North-South Tourney Trophy Ball is being held on CONDITIONING CREAM TO MEETAll rendered music. AH the ladies

Sunday Night at the Knight Beat. The Tournament I were dressed in bonnets and
brought out some of the Miami golfers we haven't seen in GUARANTEED TO HELP YOUR CONDITION Women's members Council of are the requestedto Baptist long dresses, picturing the

a long time. Willie Miller can be seen out there every dayor OR YOUR MONEY BACKNIIKAIfl J meet on Friday evening, good old days.
so. Steve Clark, our Vice Mayor of the City of MI- 1 Feb. 10 promptly at 8 at St.
ami, is pushing for 5,500 additional seats at the Orange John Baptist Church.Members Sunday services
were spiritually -
BowL We wish him luck, and give him our support. I who have not paid any dues in high all day at Hurst
Gene Grenier, our Miami Poet has a book of poems that I 1967, please come to pay for Chapel AME Church, Rev. W.
we think you would like. They will be for sale during the retarded hair January and February, Mrs. J. Allen, pastor and Jean II.
J ,Is medicated to help growth |
North-South Tourney, and Mayme will tell you how to get highly Florence Davis, our financial Townsend,reporter.The pastor

the. One of,these weeks, we will publish one or two from fast relief of Dandruff Itchy Scalp secretary, is keeping an accurate will be at the Apostolic
I Iond
the book That gets it for another week. Till the next give you roll and account of what Church of Our Lord for evening
GOLDEN MINUTE OF IT. all members paid for dues. services this coming
one. LIVE LIFE EVERY and Falling Hair. Ask for it at your favorite I sun-
PEACE! Several associations will day. Rev. Curry of St. John
I beauty salon or drug store.A be in session during the AMB Church,South Miami,will
month and all members are be at our church for an after-
WORLD DAY OF used around the' world for this Three Month Supply Only $1.50 t urged to visit and enroll in service.
annual call to prayer, which I their program of missions. The The third Sunday'our pastor
PRAYERThe is ,sponsored locally ..by the cause. is great "Pray ye that and congregation will go
is invited to attend United Church Women. I temple Add TEMPLE: $f11S0 I' they will listen Pray ye that to Saltera Chapel AME Church,
the public World Day of Prayer Other churches in the I i'J GROWER they will give." Brownsville for morning ser
downtown area participating Remember, ladies from the
held at Mt. Zion vice.Our
Service being
in these services are Ebenezer .
various Baptist churches in sick and shut-ins
Baptist Friday Church Feb., 301 10 from NW 7 9th to Methodist and St. John. IIIU-IAI-R. /. LARGE: NU-KAIR 98 1 and around Dade County, you Brother Coney Dye, SU*.
St., PRE$3l8
Baptist Churches during the invited this *-
8 The theme for this I 1 i BERGAMOT are to join organization Eva Bowls, Mother Lawrent
p.m. Kin day, and Mt. Olivette Baptist Jaa and take an active Haywood Robinson, Siatt.
Shall year, "Of Be No His End" shall be Church at 7 p.m. Bs..s........-a.__ass :=&I-- part in the cause. Sweeting.

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Greg Hamm and Wess Holmes were perfect congenialhost
at a recent meeting of the Young Men's ProgressiveClub
held in the homeof Mr. Hamm. The meeting swung

Into high tempo with plans for a progressive year. The ; At .b ti''{Jrr
I members will elect officers at its meeting to be held at the b :

P n home of club member Vernon Turner after the February12th 1 R fS .
\ election.
e 4 Msee e e e e e e e e e e eSeeI
I The Broward County Unit of the American Cancer IrMrf
Society will hold.its annual crusade meeting at the Statler
kI Hilton Hotel on February 16th at 12:00: Noon. Fred Karl, rN ;71Irl(
}I rn State Crusade Chairman will be the guest speaker. The

public is invited to attend. lYr
i ; it
The Bethune Cookman College Choral group will pre- l
sent a Concert In Dillard's Gymnatorium on Friday,February -
10th at 2:00: p.m.

The Dillard High School Girl's Chorus will sing at the
I Crowing of Miss Northwest Fort Lauderdale in Dillard's

Gymnatorium on Friday nite, February 10th at 8:00: p.m.
t/i/ SIJ rar I
'', z
The meeting regarding the Voter Education Project will _......,,.. "W._ _
i be held on Sunday, February 12th at the Labor Union
i Hall located at 613 Northwest 3rd Avenue. The expected MARDI GRAS QUEEN

> guest are Commissioner Range, Commissioner Cunning-
I I| ham Reverend Gibson, Reverend Vandem Bosche and Com- AUDREY JEAN WOOD

._.. .,. '.... ., .... missioner WAITERS..
"' "' -- Hunter's Fish Caravan, the
''I The Jolly festival of Mardi i i
Dillard High School band the
This week's Times salute asBroward Teen- If you are wondering what the Tempo of the Elks Club Gras was highlighted on Saturday Rockin's disc iockevs of,Sun-
will be this weekend mark it jumping, the entire weekend, with the Mardi Gras
ager of the week goes to Iva Jean Walker, resident land Park WRBD Mobile Unit
beginning Friday Nite, February 10th at 9:30 A Parade. The queens from st.
of Don/a and a senior at Attucks She p.m. No. 1, presently being'usod
High. Christopher's and
benefit Dance for Walter Sullivan Candidate for St. Phillips
is the twelfth City in the Voter Education Drive,
in a family of fourteen children.Iva Episcopal Churches were
Commission. Helen Morris and son, St.Christopher's .
is an active member of Emanuel Churchof promanaded around the town
God and Saturday, February 11th at 1000; p.m. A dance will of Ft. Lauderdale In true Sunday School,
Christ. She reigned Miss the Miss
as Attucks Venus Club, Sun-
be sponsored by Larkdale's P.T.A Mardi Gras spirit.Mark Strong,
High during the 1966.67 school year; and was a Sunday, February 12th at 9:30 p.m. The Pinkston Trio in Western Garb, along with land Park and Attendants, a
debutante for the 1967 Student Council. will entertain at a dance. his horse "King," lead the flock of decorated bikes from
Her hobbies procession on its merry way. Rock Island Elementary,
are singing, acting and bowling Rabbi Richard M. Leviton of Temple Emanuel will be Joining him was Nathaniel plus many other friends. Anda
and is planning a career as a speech therapist. guest speaker at the Wednesday, February 15th Hungry good time was had by all.

Y /MI r11 11 -L L11 1-Iq _- Club of the Northwest YMCA at 12:00: Noon. Rabbi
Leviton's subject will be "The Prejudices We Face Today".
Annual Dinner of the United Fund of Broward

CONCERN: County will be held on Thursday, February 13, 1967at
the Old San Francisco Restaurant located at North
Traffic Federal Highway in Fort Lauderdale.The .

More Police Protection T. J. Reddick Benefit Dance and Fashion Show
U was by far the High Light of the Social weekend but BY EUMERGENE WOOD
Economy in Government with the Le Jeune Models anywhere in the picture you
readily understand why. The girls were simply lovely
;lower Ad Valorem Tax and so were the gowns you could say that "they made Dear Genie,
the gowns look good". Charming Lillian Small (Blondie) I have a friend who Is sometimey.On the weekend, whenwe
City Commission New Industry was a most effective M. C. We were unable to unearth are out of school she alas as if she doesn't know me.
Candidate any exclusives from Beaugard Cummings or from T. J. In school, she talkd to my friends about me. But, when
Fort Federally Financed Urban himself. I was equally unseccessful gaining any game she Is with me, she Is all smiles. What should I do. ,
Lauderdale Renewal Pd.Pol.Adv. from Frat Brother Andrew DeGraffenreidt and Allen
forget her friendship? If so, w hy?
Orr. Alcee commented on his commlng trip to the Islandsto Student
attend the Inauguration Ceremonies. Our hats are off
to Tom for a successful affair which afforded those therein Dear Student,

PROGRESS; NEEDED attendance some very enjoyable moments.Ft My guess is that this girl is a miserable soult She either
wants something you have or wishes for something she
Uote( Lauderdale's own. Wallace McNeal returned thinks you have. If I were you, I would forget this friend-
Ri/jM home last week for a short visit with family before depart- ship. The world is much too complicated today, without
ing for Turkey. With him was wife and 3 children. Still adding to the upset with petty gossip. Ignore her. .find
THOMAS J.RiDDICK in the Armed Forces he to retire after his finishes his
plans yourself another friend. .one who will not be a fair
tour.Mrs. weather friend. Forget her honey, she's poison. .both
Jr. Vivian Sydell of Detroit, Michigan, regular In mind and tongue.
winter visitor to our city, is back to enjoy the balmy Dear Genie,

"QUALIFIED FOR THE JOB" breezes. My trouble is my sister. She tells my husband all sorts of
Mr. William Wilson, Guidance Director at Dillard, is things about me. She borrows money from me and won't
attending a leadership Conference of Classroom Teachersat pay me back. When I say something to her about It,
Daytona.Beach, Fla., this weekend. she'll, run to my husband and tell him something bad. Then
hewants to beat me. Sometimes I wonder, just who he ismarried
won't of the
Why some our champion golfers enter
North-South Golf Tournament? Lets go, Dr. Shirley, Nat to. .me or her.' I just can't believe a sister woulddo
she does.
Wilkerson, Vernon Turner, Ernest King, Dr. Merritt, Sam things
VOTE VOTE McCray, Mr. Heastie and Mose. Sister?
Dear Sister,
The charming Albertha Ford of Philadelphia, Penn., My dear, you trouble is not your sister. .your troubleis
FEB. FEB. is here visiting our City. Here's hope-Ing she gets sand In really your husband I,too,wonder who Is he married to.

her shoes. A ture husband would not allow anyone.. .and I repeat
14th 28th
AnyOne to tell him anything about his wife. A wife is
a precious private posession. to be cherished and loved. .
not beaten on or rebuked. The solution to your problem
Is really very simple. .tell your sister where to get off
La Petite and out of your life. Keep your money in your pocket .
your problems will shrink. .and your bankroll grow.

b Jt City CMiUwu't Beauty Confidential Feeding and to "Fed-up"taking care of babies is something you

'have to do. when you take on the role of motherhood.You .
14 year resident of city & Wig should thought of that before the baby.

If years practicing Attorney Dear Genie,
Assistant Public Defender Broward County What do you do when you know your best friend Is
Veteran U. S. Army being cheated on? I saw my friend's husband out with
Member of: Human another woman. Now the woman he was out with Is
Steering Committee. Quality Education Committee supposed to be a friend to my friend. And I ask you,
Citizens' Advisory Committee PROFESSIONAL BEAUTY just what kind of fr end Is that? If I tell my friend about
Office of Economic.Opportunity Committee AND WIG SERVICE HdlT. wigs this affair, I'm sure it would hurt her. I don't want to do
Board of Directors Cradle '
Masons Mount Hermon NurseryElks A.M. E. Church that yet I can't stand by and let her be hurt What

Former co-chairman City's Bi-Raclal Board Charlotte Phillips, Wig Stylist shall Friend-In-deed I do?

Former member of:
Board of Directors and Budget committeeof
Dear Friend-in-deed,
United Fund ,
Board of Management. N. W. Branch YMCA Phone 524-8261 You are talkng about something you know nothing
about You are assuming about a situation that mayor
Local unit American Cancer Society
Red Cross r m For Pick Up and Delivery may not exist There are times when our eyes may foolus.
What we see is not always the way things are. Plus,
YOUR VOTE and INFLUENCE APPRECIATEDPd. 1603 just who are you to Judge? Maybe, your friend knows
NW 6th St. about this meeting. My advise to you is "keep your nose
out" Things done in the dark have a way of coming to f
FT. UUDCRDALf FLORIDA the light When it does. at least you will not be in-
volved. Nor will you have added fuel to the fire.

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February JO, 1967 11Qroward
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:i Pompano j County DeathsSTEVENS '

( ITlJi""kijeach I I I ;
Mrs. Eula Mae Me Kenzie MRS.
BY MARIAN R. HOLMES- of 791 SW 5th St., Dania, of 2132 N.
-, died Feb. 7. Funeral services Lauderdale
Miss Rethema Galea,of Laurlnburg North Carolina will beheld Sunday, Feb. 12, on
recently Joined the staff at Blanche Ely High School as at the New Jerusalem Baptist eral will
Church: Hollywood, Fla. with
Librarian. She is 2:00
a January 1967 graduate of North noon
Rev. Tucker
Survivors -
Carolina College at Durham where she was a member of are three daughters, Baptist
the College Choir Library Science Club and the Health Mmes. Louise Wallace,Oussie vived by
and Phys. Ed. Club. Green; Rosa Bell Mary
McCoy; one'
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son, Eddie; five brothers ,
The Senior Class of Blanche Ely High School will four sisters, grandchildren, Mr. Vernon
present "Little Women", a drama In three acts adopted at-grandchildren. Lauderdale,
from the story by Louisa". Alcott at the high school
auditorium on Wednesday Mr. David Smith of 633 NW MRS.
evening 1967.
February 15
-.- -- ---"--, ..--_...,.---. 6th St.,Hallandale, died Feb. 2321 N.W.
.idl Ib' : !) 4. Funeral services will be
:,1' ,.' held Saturday at Ward Chapel Lauderdale
/ : AME Church, with Rev. on
; Champion, officiating. Burial funeral will
I in mia ville,
cemetery. Survivorsare ,
wife, Lucille; two daugh- ternoon. '
w ters, Stacy Ann and Betty In state at
Jean; one son Izell, mother, eral Home
::; N Mary Julia smith; two brothers, afternoon
four sisters. Saturday ,
Jerry Graves of 28 NW vived by
Foster Road was shipped to Willie
Marion, s. C. on Tuesday. four sisters
Funeral services will be held
in Marion, S. C. on Sunday. ers.

t"t"f" r ..t ,
BENTON '.,. and
Mr. John Filmore, 143 NW 5th friends in ;
Ave., Ft. Lauderdale, died Fla., for
Feb. 6. Survivors are one and many
daughter, Mrs.Bernice Greene, of )'
---- and other relatives. Funeral Mrs. Marie

Students of the Industrial Arts Department of Blanche Ely services will be held Satur- con Freeman's and
along with their sponsors Mr. Clifford Dudley and Mr. day, Feb. 11 at 2 p.m. who I

Elijah Wooten toured Cape Kennedy on Tuesday, Jan- CARD OF THANKSThe services i
uary 31, 1967. Among the many various space sights eternal light
they say was Launch Pad 34 where the three astronauts family of the late each of them.The
were accidentally killed in a test flight on January 28. MRS. ROSA B. GRANT
5 Families
wish to sincere thanks .
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than 25 lovely young ladies of character and d -
scholarship from Broward County have been chosen by
the Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc, to make their bows to society
on the evening of April 28 at the Golden Gate Hotel,
Miami Beach. This is the fourth annual presentation by
the sorority which sponsors this activity to give recognitionto
girls of character and finance scholarships for deserving ,.
high school and/or college students. Eighteen sub-debs will
be featured on the programhonoring the debutantes.

If you have 5.5.0 news from your dub or civic group, please
call Mrs. M. Holmes at 933-3198 by Saturday of each Pd.Pol.Adv.'J
week for news to appear the following Thursday.Ira .

Williams Jr. son of Mr. & Mrs. Ira Williams of
536 N. W. (4th" Ave. is home on leave from Amarillo,
I Ij"IP Texas. He is in route to Okinawa. !

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( eerfl.ld Seated left to right: Ber- ley, Ethel
-=; nice Thompson, Barbara Jeanette
= In Ii Rhone Neilza Pittman. Stand- Lil Bolen,
i ing lent to right: Ida Bragdon, I Maevesta
Gladys Young, Helen Hamm, ;mas, Laura
Rubye Smith, Eleanor Robinson. Edwards.
Not shown: Janet Shir-

1 CAROLYN LAWSONSt. tharmfitfes Plan
Mary's Episcopal Church, Dixie Highway Is ina -.--- --- -- ---- -----

drive to raise money for their building fund they The Charmettes of Broward on Sunday Each,
;.' will be sponsoring various programs to reach theirwill County is sponsoring its annual show p.m. Is
Fashion Show Extrava-
be sponsorIng various programs to reach their goal. ganza at the Elks Ball Room projects funds for the

Boys's Scout Troop No. 97 will sponsor Carnaval
': in behalf of building their scout hut. More details/ will
willbe/ explained later. Wilton Poitier, scoutmaster; T.
Hamilton is assistant and Mayo Howard commit ion-

er. WALTER W. ,

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Farsighted"Get,the fat out of City

H &ZDrive l ( ,

Complete take out ser-

SERVING FINE FOOD vice. Service on pre- 1. Redevelopment of Downtown area.

mises. Featuring: 2. Urban Renewal

STEAKS 3. Enforcement of all sanitary laws.
2025 NW 24th Avenue
Reduce all
CHICKEN 4. unnecessary expenses.
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. SEA FOOD 5. pour-lanlne 6th St. from 9th Ave. to
and 22nd Road from the Intersection

Guest Members Welcome 141 SW 4th TERRACE the county line

DAN lA, FLA. 6. Extension of city limits from its

Phone: 583-9681 (Across from Attacks ward-West to 35th Ave., thence north

Emmett Moss, Pres. High School) limits.Park City Hmits-thence, east to the


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1.? THE. .. MIAMI ,TIMES, Friday.. February. 10. 1967 _. _

: Winnifred B. Rogers,
I MEMORIALS DEATHS I MRS. ANNIE LEE HAR- of Mrs.155 NW 10th St. died Feb.
CARDS RELL of 1801 N.W. 2nd 5th at her home. Funeral

Avenue passed Saturday, services will be held Satur-

January 28, at Palm Springs day Feb. 11, 2 p.m. at E*>e-
a. General Hospital. She is survived nezer Methodist Church. Re-

IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAMIn by her husband Ver- mains will repose in the cha-

, CARD OF THANKS non Harrell; one son, Matt- pel beginning 1 p.m. Friday,
\ The family of the late dear sad,husband but loving memoryof loving memory of my hew Harrell; one daughter, then the body will repose at
.. my husband, Stella Ann Harrell; a father, 1.I Ebenezer Methodist Church

Will Thomas; three sisters, beginning 7 a.m. Saturday,
until funeral time Saturday.
Mesdames: Katie Baker, I,
. ; Survivors are her husband,
t "I "\' t Katherine Hartnett Thelma Joseph; seven sons; Richard;
I: I I Thomas; three brothers, Joseph Jr., James, Floyd,
>. \ George, Nathaniel and John Charles, Leroy and Virgil;

; -i:';iI Thomas; several other rela- ( three daughters, Mmes.Doris
tives and friends. Funeral td > Dorsett, Bernice Brown and

services wereheldon Friday, ", ""l ': Mildred Nix; three sisters:
February 3. :', \ Mmes. Rosa Lee Johnson,
Y'1 ,,_..,;.,.0' Vivian Richardson and Bio-

I Miss Florence Owens, vena Sands; two brothers:
.J' MRS. FRANCIS GORE of 16015 N.W. 22 Ct, Oa- Harry and John Sands; grand

5301 N.W. 24thCourtpassed Locka died Feb. 3. Services children and greatgrandchild-
"f' "It: 29 Saturday 1:00 First ren.
-' on Sunday, January p.m.

JASPER O. STRACHANwho at Jackson Memorial Hos- Baptist Church opa-Locka. Mrs. Tenia Hanna Adder lay

departed this life Feb. 2, pital She is survived by a Remains will lie in reposeat of 1039 NW 2nd Ct. died Feb.

1966. Gone, but not forgotten. husband Henry Gore; three the Opa-Locka Chapel beginning 5th. Funeral arrangements are

The Family daughters, Mesdames: Car- Friday Evening. A- incomplete. Survivors are her

olyn Wallace, C. Goodlett, mong her survivors, 1 sister, husband, Willie; three cou-

ROBERT LEE JOHNSON Betty Flanigan; one son, Miss Ida Owens, 3 brothers, sins; Celestine Smith, Jessie
wishes to express sincere FRANK WILLIAMS Collins Gore; mother, Mrs. Perry Owens, William and Beneby and Sarah Moss.RICHARDSON .
, thanks and appreciation to IN MEMORIAMIn whom God has taken to rest, Minnie Thomas; two sisters, George Kilpatrick, 5 aunts.
the many relatives and friends Feb. 9, 1966. '. .
loving of brother twelve grand- *
in, and out of the state, for memory Gone, but not forgotten. one ;
children and several other Arthur Jenkins of 1754
cards,telecrBmS,condolences Mrs. Perry Lee Branch,
letters of sympathy, florapieces Mrs. Alberta Williams, relatives. Funeral services NW 94th St., died Feb. 3 a this
wife 1330 N.W. 2 Ct., Apt. #14,
visits and many other were held on Saturday, Feb- home. The body was ship-
and Williams died Feb. 5. Services will be
Mr. Mrs. C. S.
acts of kindness. ruary 4. ped to Oreenpond, C. Tues-
held at her home
parents Saturday
thanks to Rev. day morning for final rites
Sims Special and all the organizations Miss Vera L. Williams, morning 10:)) A.M Amongher and burila. Survivors are his

and choir of New Hope Baptist sisterMr. MRS. LORETTA BONA- survivors are, husband, wife, Neather; four daughters,
Church, the Rev. Cox of James Williams, MY of 2942 N.W. 55th St. Mr. Harry Branch, 2 sons, Margaret Dobear, Bessie Mae

Bethany Seven Day Adven- brother passed on Sunday, January Charlie, Alfonso, 1 daughter. White, Annie Lee Kin glee and
Barbara jean, Elizabeth, Annie B. Jenkins; five sons,
tist, the Theresa Florist, Louise, mother, Corine
and 29. She is survived by a son,
the neighbors of 27 and 26th Catherine children Clyde, Austin Bonamy five grand- Owens of Savannah Ga., 4 Leroy, Sam, Franklin, ArthurJr.
Avenues and 160th St.and the ; sisters, brothers, Nathaniel and Curtis; two sisters,
children and other relatives.
Range Funeral Home. .... Funeral services were held Owens of Miami three brothers, sixteen grand
We, the family say thanks children.
again to each and everyoneof CARD OF THANKSThe Tuesday, February 7. C M .

you. family of the late Roosevelt McCartla, 1958 Graveside services for
Infant Oiri Jackson were held
MR. ROBERT L. MC COL- Lincoln Ave., OpaLockai
The Payne, Johnson and Monday morning at Evergreen
Poole families .- A LUM of 3103 N.W. 43n. died Feb. 5. Services will be Cemetery. She was the infant

Street passed on Wednesday, held Monday 2.00; ) p.m. daughter of Annie Jackson of

: '-' February 1, 1967. Heis survived Greater New Bethel Baptist 155 NW 10th St., Apt. 8.

IN MEMORIAMIn LOTT ANDREWSwho by a wife,Mrs. Beulah Church in Opa-Locka. A-

departed this life Feb. 7, Y McCollum; two sons, Robert mong his survivors arewife, Funeral services for Mrs.
loving memory of our 1961. and Ccrv McCollum; two Mrs. Isabelle McCartl, 2 Annie Holmes who died Feb.

dear husband and brotherPEARLMON Eternal life eternal joy daughters, Regina and Cyn- daughters, Isabelle Or ant 7th are incomplete.

Eternal peace and rest thia; a father, Mr. Barney McCartla, Betty Joyce Grant

How comforting it is to think McCollum; a mother, Gert- McCartla, 3 sisters, Mad-

That a loving God knows best. rude McCollum; a sister ames, Marie Walker,GladysB. MANKER. .

.. Mrs. Alzada Lanier; other Foster, Nodie M. Lindy,
Mittie Andrews, wife relatives and friends. Fun- 4 brothers, John, Thomas J. Mrs. Theodora Grace of
Children and Grandchildren 2937 61st died
NW St. Jan. 23.
eral services were held Fri- Bell, Hugh, James McCar-
Survivors are \her husband,
day February 3. tla.
Melvin, ,four daughter, Mar
tina Bobbie Litha and Bridgett
MRS. MARY L. PRESLEYof r .Willie L. Matthews, 111 two sons Melvin Jr.
sad but loving ol.f and Mark. Three sisters
In Rev.
F 3347 N.W. 43rd Terracipassed
# itI s N.W. 16 St, Apt f 14; died
and grandmother Doris Akins
our mother Mrs. Margaret
t on Monday; January Feb. 5.
Arrangements areincomplete
Lee and Mrs. Hazel Rolle;
; au, 1967. She is survived at this time.
MRS. FRANCES GORE three brothers Rev' Fredrick
\ by a sister Mrs. Cath-
LaFleur and
I acknowledge with grateful James LaFleur
i erine Sirmons; brother, El- Richard Thurston. Funeral
,;V'" 1 appreciation acts of kindness lis Powe; a stepfather, Isiah Charlie Bailey, 441 N.W. services were held' Saturdayat

L\: )' our and, sympathy dhown during Powe; other relatives and 7 St, Apt if 1, died Feb. 4. 2 p.rn. in Bethelj postollc

bereavement. Special friends. Funeral services Among his survivors are, 1 Temple Church. _.
thanks to neighbors friends
M. LESTER were held on Saturday, Feb- daughter, Helen Bailey,
and Funeral Home for
who departed this life Jan- their kind and splendid ruary 4. Goulds, brother,Willie Bailey Mrs. Lola Manarlne Frier-
uary 24, 1963. Gone, but not vices. 4 sisters,Madames, Ma- son of 612 NW 5th Ave. died

forgotten. May his soul rest The Family bel Williams, Inez Peterson, Thursday. Survivors are
in peace. We loved him, but MR. MAGNOLIA PEEK of Ella Mae Jones, Lucille Graham one daughterMrs. Bea Williams,
God loved him best. 448 N.W. 19th Street passed two sons, William and Robert,
Mrs. Vina Lester, wife on Thursday, February 2, nephews, very a sister, Mrs. Alma Davis,
dose friend Mrs. Nora Eal-
Five sisters, one brother CARD OF THANKSThe 1967. He survived by three and funeral services were

and a host of nieces and family of the late sons, Ellis, Odell,M. C. Peek; lie. Arrangements are incomplete wllbe- held Tuesday Jan. 31, in Mt.
at this but
nephews. MRS. AUTIA DEAN two daughters, Vera and Zion Baptist Church.
who departed this life Feb- MRS. THEODORA GRACE announced over your local
Christine Peek; two sisters,
ruary 10, 1966. wish to thank the Manker news. Funeral services for En och
CARD OF THANKSThe "When like a flower, your Funeral Home, Mrs. Range, Mesdames: Mamie Brooks, Williams! of 18145 SW 105th

family of the late loved one lies the members of the Bethel Martha Wright; a neice, Mrs. Alma Tobler, 3430 Ave. will be held Thursday at
Beneath the Church and the friends Thelma Brooks; other rela- the
grasses many 9:30: a.m. in chapel. He
Plaza St Coconut Grove
Sleeping the great sleep and neighbors that shrred our tives and friends. Remainswere is survived by one sister,
Go out unlonely to the folding sorrows and showed such shipped to Atlanta, Ga. died Feb. 1. Services were Mrs. Beulah White.
hills great consideration during our where Bural and final rites conducted Monday 12 noon

They will not let you weep. bereavement.The will be held.INFANT. from the Gr. New Bethel Bap- Twin infants of Miss Pauline -

"Who one by one your dreams many floral pieces, tist Church in Opa-Locka. Scott of 1629 NW 52nd
have stolen by, telegrams and cards of con- Among her survivors are, St. Services will be held at
And blackness fills the night, dolence were greatly appreciated STEPHANIE mother, Mrs. Minnie grave side Thursday at Lincoln -
and pain and care, by the family. Our loss HEPBURN of 7753 N.W. Troupe father Mr. Robert Park Memorial cemetery

h Reach up for comfort to the is great, but heaven's gain is 15th Avenue passed on Fri- Mitchell, 1 son, Hershel Tob-

leaning sky greater day, February 3, 1967. She ler, 2 daughters, Madames,

The coming of the dawn la is survived by her parents, Joann, Glenda Tobler, 4

still a prayer." CARD OF THANKSWe Mr. and Mrs. Wllford Hep- brothers, J. C. hansel, Rob-

Sadly missed by: burn; a brother, Ashley Hep- ert Lee, Albert Mitchell Nathaniel Williams, 1637
The Children the family of the late burn and other relatives. N.W. 59 St, Apt #2 died

IDAHUA THOMAS Funeral services were held Jan. 28. Services Wednes-

who departed this life January Wednesday, Feburary 8. Mrs. Pauline Jones, 935 day 2.qq p.m. Frist Baptist
\ 19, 1967, wish to express our N.W. 64 St, died Feb. 2. Churh,Brownsville Among
CARD OF THANKSThe sincere thanks and appreciation Services were conducted Sat- his survivors are wife, Mrs.
to Rev. S. A. Cousin and MUNROE JACKSON of urday from the Kelly's Chapel -
Hannah Williams 4 sisters
of the late ,
members of Greater Bethel 2110 N.W. 56th Street pass- Methodist Church. Re-
Madames Rosa Gree Eliza
MRS. ROSA B. GRANT AME Church, Richardson ed on Saturday, February mains to Aiken ,
were shipped
MR. SPENCER W. HARRISwho Robinson, Selena Johnson
Funeral Home, and a host of ,
4,1967 at Jackson Memorial -
S.C. for final rites and burial
passed from this life on I wish to express sincere I friends and neighbors for flowers Catherine McDuff, 2 brothers
He is survivedby
Jan. 23, 1967, wishes to I thanks and appreciation tc t cards, telegrams and Hospital Among the survivors are 1 James, Charles Wil
thank their many friends and I the many friends and neighbor!I consoling words during our a wife, Mrs. Leola Jack- Dt, Mrs. Selena Ponder, 1 liams. Remains will be ship-

neighbors for cards,telegrams, for cards, flowers, donations, hours of bereavement. May son; one daughter Mrs. son, Frank P.Jones, 6 grand ped Thursday morning to

and flowers, visits, calls and 1 phone calls and telegrams,, God bless everyone of you. Juanita Kelly; one grand- children, great-grandchil Monticello, Fla., for final
all other expressions of sympathy and other expressions of a yonWe shall never forget you. daughter, Darbell Kelly;two dren. rites and burial
during their hour of b e- pathy. May God bless eacl I sisters, Mesdames: Frances

reavement. and everyone of you. The Family Holmes and Rachel Wise;
Special thanks to the Rev. tow brothers, Mr. George
and Mrs. Fay son, the Ushers' The Roberts and Wallace.. and Madison Jackson anda
Board, choirs and members of Families IN' MEMORIAMIn ;
host of other relatives. Fun-
MU Zion AME Church and the
memoryof our dear eral services were held on
Albert Funeral Home. Your
gratitude and thoughtfulnessshall IN MEMORIAMIn mother and grandmother, Thursday, February 9, at LINCOLN MEMORIAL CEMETERY

never be forgotten.Mrs. 3.00) P.M. in the Antioch or -
loving memory of myhus- MRS. MOLLIE STEWARDwho Baptist Church 1 '

Bernice'Harris, wife band, departed this life Feb. 3001 NW 46th St.t NE 4-4197

Mrs. Ida Sherman, sister HORATIO SWEETINO 11, 1954.
Mrs. Louise Brown, sister' who departed this life on Feb. We loved her but God loved JAMES ISAAC of 102) N.W.
her best. E. JOHNSON, Manager OX 1-9199
Mrs. Unney Adams, sister 8, 1953. 8th Street passed on Sunday,
Fred and James Harris, Gone, but not forgotter I. Steward and Wilkins February 5. Funeral ar-

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Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor Rev. P. W. Wiggins, pastor

Willie J. Beard, reporter Rachel Pratt, reporter

The men will observe their Some of the auxiliaries are

annual Men's Day the fourth sponsoring many inspira- i
Sunday in this month. February tional' activities and will\ enjoy I

will be a very busy monthat { 11 your fellowship.On EPISCOPAL
EBENEZERRev. Macedonia. The men, along Sunday afternoon, Feb. CHRIST

A. D. Hall, pastorE. with the aid of the ladies, are 12th from 4 to 5:30: p.m. the Rev. Theo. R. Gibson, rector
Ingram, reporterAs working tirelessly to win the ..members of the Pulpit Aid Antoinette Silva, reporter
crown of Mr. Greater New j Club are looking forward to a
we journey on into a Macedonia.The wonderful afternoon at the The Shrove Tuesday Ban-
new year, the church is on the chairman, Dea. Van- I home of Mr. and Mrs.. Sam quet was a great success. All
onward march with the launch dell Bovan, and the cochairman Walker, 1820 NW 81st St. at present enjoyed a lovely
ing of the Eighth Annual Ca- Bro. Edward Goodwin, their Pre-St. Valentine Day's evening and a delicious dinner -
lendar Rally. On launching have announced the speakersfor BETHLEHEM these, we should know our The participants were

this rally, thirty-six captainswere the day. Their pictures I 420 >IW 40th Street God is alive, because we Tea.Mrs.. Christine Armstrong superb in their presentationsand
selected to help carry it and names will appear in a Rev. o. West, minister can feel him moving on the will be the guest speaker at the toastmaster, WilliamiJ.
to the goal of $7,000. AS in I later edition. Both and altar of our hearts.Bethlehem the Matron's Fellowship Sip at Stirrup gave the audience
t the past, the entire member- Forthcoming activities in morning even- was blessed the home of Mr. and Mrs. Na- many thrills during the evening
ship will rally to the month of behalf of Men's Day: ing messages were inspira- with its first candidate for than Strange, 6930 NW 28th Everyone will look forward
his or her birth. dinner sale at the churchall tional, which our pastor de- Baptism, since its moving. Ave. the third to another Shrove Tues-
on Sunday Feb.
The public is invited to day Saturday.Call 633-7340)) livered. Those present were The Deaconess Board invites 19th from 4 to 6 p.m. Say next year.Episcopal.
attend Ebenezer, Sunday, Feb., for deliveries. Sponsored by, given food for thought. "How you to its Pew Rally Feb. The members of Choir No. Young Churchmen -
12, the Concert Chorale of Ushers' Board No. 2. Long Halt Ye Between Two 12. All friends and well- 1 have planned a musical and their friends enjoyeda
Bethune-Cookman College There will be a tea Sundayat Opinions? If the Lord be God, wishers are always welcometo program as one of their fund- Pre-Valentine Party on Sun-
willbe the home of Sis. Alberta, follow him: But if Baal, then "The Going Church for the raising activities for the day in the parish hall lounge.A .

..) will be present at the mom- Dukes, 3132 NW 43rd St. The follow him In times.like Coming Christ." year to wonderful evening was enjoyed -
ing services, Mr. Thomas D. speaker will be Sis. Lucille by all.
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Demps, conductor. The Chorale Sims, the first lady of New year to be held on Friday Lent is here. All Episcopalians
Is a nationally known Hope M. B. Church, sponsoredby EVANGELISTIC All interested persons, night, Feb. 10 at 8 p.m. Theyare will be observing forty

choir. Sunday, the observanceof the Missionary Society. SERVICES AT especially all families living expecting many outstanding days of self denial during
Race Relations, we are ex- There will be a contest in Allapattah, are cordially singing groups to parti- this time.
pecting a full auditorium. next Thursday night at Mace- ALLAPATTAHMETHODIST invited to the 7:30 p.m. ser- cipate. Get well wishes to $#.
Choir No. 2 will be in donia. The contestants will vices, which will include Instrumental Let us not forget the Fel- James Cambridge and Mrs.
charge of class meeting on be Choir No. 1, Jordan Chapel music as well as lowship Banquet to beheld at Rosa Sawyer. May I extend
Tuesday night. The Bartley Baptist church, Coconut Grove; Rev. Walter T. Cross,, congregational singing. the Holiday Inn on 2500 Brick- sincere sympathy from the

Circle will meet, Thursday, Choir No. 1, Greater New Mt. Frostproof, Fla., will be The church's pastor is the ell Ave. on Saturday night at congregation of Christ Churchto
Feb. 16 at the home of Mrs. Zion Baptist Church, Home- guest preacher for evangelistic Rev. Charles Thompson, former 8 p.m. Some of the partici- the family of the late Robert
Ada Flanders, 400 NW 7th St. stead and Choir No.2, Ma- services at Allapattah superintendent of the pants will be Miss Marie of us will remember -
Apt. 10 at 8 p.m. All membersof cedonia, sponsored by Choir Methodist Church, 2001 NW Methodist Children's Home. White, Miss Louise Riley and Dunn.him Many the man who gave
the circle are urged to be No. 2. 36th St., Feb. 5-10. The church's current emphasis Mrs. Valdez Murray. The ban- service as to the community at
present. Mrs. Ada Flanders is is on serving the entire quet committee promises a
chairman. community within 10 blocksof delightful evening. Donation his drug store.

The public is invited to a the church edifice; "but is $5.00. Call Miss Barbara

Pre-Valentine Tea Sunday Ministerial Alliance our neighbors who live far- Jones, chairman at OX 65818or
Feb. 12 at 4 p.m. sponsored by ther away will be welcomed," Mrs. Dora Lundy, Women' ST.. MARY'S W.M.

the Junior Ushers' Board. said Mrs. Bebe Patrick, pub- Day Chairman at NE 5-6786 4798 NW 8th Avenue

Death: Sister Winifred Holds Installation licity chairman. for further information. Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor
Rogers died Sunday
morning, Dorothy Thompson, reporterOn
Feb. 5th at her home 155
The Installation and
NW 10th st. Apt. 3 Funeral the People Program of the MT. SINAI ST. JAMES AME Sunday, Feb. 19, No.
will be held 1 and 2 Ushers' Boards will
Saturday 2 p.m. Greater Miami Interdenominational Rev. F. E. Sneed, pastor
at Ebenezer.Let Patricia Austin celebrate their Second Annual
Ministerial Alliance reporter Marie A. Childs, reporter
us not forget to visit t. Calendar Tea from 4 to 6 p.m.
the sick and shut-ins. A card was held on Monday evening, The General church Driveis The First Lady of St. The public is invited.
of cheer will express your Jan. 31 at Ebenezer Methodist now in progress. Thirty James AME was pleasantly The Trustees of St. Mary's
sentiments. Church, 1042 NW 3rd Ave. captains have been selected. surprised on her birthday, were surprised with an appreciation
Rev. Aaron Hall is the pas- Each member of the church Feb. 2. An elaborate dinnerwas dinner, sponsored by

tor. have been selected and assigned given in her honor by both Ushers' Boards, Monday,
The affair was presidedover to work with a parti- the church family at the Pa- Feb. 6. Our trustees are:
NEW HOPE by the President Rev. cular captain and that captain rish Hall. Sisters: S lena Farrington: ?

Rev. W. E. Sims, pastor E..T. Graham, Rev. Dr. R. W. only. )Please support your Saturday, Feb. 11, the Fe- Dorothy Major, Leon Kelly
Mary L. Mayfield, reporter Pur3fear, president of Florida e4w captain. Cooperate with your bruary-ites will\ serve dinnersat
Memorial' College, conducted group and help to raise the the Parish Hall; Dorothy Major; Brothers: Leon
The 37th
the Seaboard, Sessionof th'e arWWficlal Installation of officers amount that is asked. This Sunday promises to be a Kelly, Hansen Wallace, Al-

Baptist Association Missionary will convene greetings were extended drive is labeled, "The Mortgage most memorable day, for we bert Bain, John Duncomb and
by County Commissioner
with the Bethel Baptist Burning. Certainly we will be observing "Founders George Farrington.Come .

Church of Dania,, Fla., February missloner Joe Athalie Boyd, Range City Com and ,r can count on you. Day" and "Homecoming." out, on Sunday and
9-12. Rev. W. H. Ed- The Steering Committeedoes You are invited to attend hear our wonderful Junior
Rdv. Luther Pierce executive
wards, pastor and moderator. appreciate the coopera- these services. Rev. S. L. Church, who will be in chargeof
The Deacons' ObservanceDay secretary of the Council of tion and patience extended in Gay and his congregationfrom our morning services.We .
Churches, Dr. Ivan Hoy, helping tn organize thin drive
Mt. Hermon, AME, Opa- are praying for our sick
was a
great success.The
chairman: of the Department of REV.ORAHAMby and sincere ;
pastor and official staff of express our apologies locka will be our afternoonHams and shut-ins.
Deacons wish to thank each Religion at the University of Rev. Ernest Hutcheson, if anyone has been in- gues t s n.-
of you who helped to make Mimi gave the occasion. Jr., the Alliance's treasurer. convienced or delayed in get of Metropolitan AME i in I NEW BETHANY

their day a success. Dea- .ev. George weaver, guest The Report to the People was ting started. charge of the night services.As .1 Rev. F. L. Carter, pastor
who is pastor of given by Rev. W. Fairfax Sa- we about our various
con L. C. Deal is again ,preacher PLEASE SUPPORT: go 268 NW 48th Street
"King" for the year 1967. !Mt. Olive Baptist Church in voy, recording secretary of activities, remember the sick Mtllicent Hicks
There will be a Dinner reporterOur
Ft. !Lauderdale the
was presented Alliance. and the shut-ins.
Deacon L. C. Deal is
I Sale here at the church on Sa- doors
chairman of our Blood Bank, turday, Feb. 11, given by friends for worship are open in our to

which is being established for d, Sister Owens and her group. FELLOWSHIPBy weekly prayer meeting and
our church. Deacon Deal is Only $1.00 a dinner. For de- Bible Class on Wednesday
asking the cooperation of all ZION HOPE M.B. FRIENDSHIPRev. livery call NE 5-4300 or NE R. J. McGhaney nights.

our members. Rev. Paul Freeman, pastor J. E. Jenkins, pastor 41204. "Who will rise up for me The Male Chorus will rehearse -
celebrate The Deaconess Board will Elizabeth Jackson, reporterUshers' Ruby Lee Carr, reporter Sister Julia Bouleware and against the evil doers? Or on Wednesday night.
anniversary, her group will have a Dinner who will stand for Sunday Feb. 12
up me at 3
Visitors should know that p.m.,
Sunday, February 26th, at 3 church the
Board No. 1 is Sale at the on the workers annual installation
ride against of iniquity service of
they are privileged to
p.m.Mr. sponsoring a Valentine's Sip fourth Sunday, Feb. 25. They ?". Psalm 94:16. all officers. We pray a speedy
Errol Person is visit- our church bus as well as will also deliver.
on Sunday, Feb. 12 at 1755 I for wisdom and recovery for the sick and shut-
ing with his parents, Mr. and members as long as they are Thank much. We pray
NW 83rd Street. The guest you very ins.
Mrs. Johnnie Person, 1090 NW on the bus route. Call the strength to always help some-
speaker will be Mrs. Marie know we can count on you. T
who is in need. We thinkwe
church if don't know the one
39th Street. Mr. Person is Freed am. Everyone is invited scheduled you route and the Let us continue to pray for need a lot of things, but ST. LUKE M. B.
serving with the United States
from 4-6 p.m. our sick and shut-in members.
Navy, aboard the USS Sabine. Transportation Committeewill we only want them. God will 1790 NW 55th Street
There will be sale at
in need if
us our every ,
Remember to pray for our give you the information.Our Rev. P. W. Williams, pastor
the church Saturday all day
ask him in
we prayer. But He
sick and shut-in members: pastor will preach in
and we are asking you to did not that He would The church
the association say will celebrate
at Dania TEMPLE
: Allen
Sisters: C. Emma Ore I-
please stop by buy a
gley, Lucy Scott Mary Lou Friday, Feb. 10 at 7:30 p.m. help us for our wants, but I its annual Rally and Corner
Gibbs and Bro. Robert Roberts something. The church bus will leave Funeral services for Mrs. am sure that He is our help in Stone Laying, Sunday, Feb.
have all
We are proud ot the church at 7 p.m. Please Rosa Taylor were held Thurs- every need. The Christ in us 12 at 3 p.m. Rev. Tanner will
of our members who were in come and go. day at 4 p.m. She was a faith- will give us the power to be the guest speaker. Every-
the hospital out. We hope that ful and loyal member of the one is
stand high for the right at cordially invited.
Get well wishes to all of up
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they will well and come to d 'aftl..a.. ... Dinners
get No. 1 will
GLENDALE our sick members. Our deep- corr, an '0. UI all times. will you help? So be free.
... Richmond HeightsRev. church soon. est sympathy is extended to the Junior Class of the Sunday untila later date, if God The Deaconess Board"would
The pastor is extending a School. Mrs. Taylor was also like
to thank
B. L. Turner, pastor welcome to all our Sis. Elizabeth Daughtery and until a later date, if God's everyone
warm many one of the vice presidents of that
family in the loss of her aunt will, thanks and participated in helping
Mrs. R. M.Harrington porter visiting friends. in South Carolina. Come to the Women's Department of all of my prayersfor to make the Miss Florida

We will begin our day of Don't forget to pray for church. Have your faith lifted. the Atlantic Coast Baptist you. County Pageant a success. I
fellowship with Christ in prayer the sick and shut-ins. Association. She died Satur- $908 was raised. Miss Shar- i
and sacred devotion with The pastor is asking all day evening at Jackson Me- ST. na Davis was crowned Miss I
our Christian families. God members to please attend WORLD DAY OF morial Hospital.The BARNABAS W.M. Florida County. Miss Trenett

is eternal, unchanginglygood their weekly meetings. Male Chorus, Chas. Rev. Howard Demeritt, pastor Bishop was second and Miss f
and he is with us for- PRAYERSecond Ambrose president will pre- Phyllis Johnson, reporter Theresa Williams was third.

ever our guide, ourhelp, our Baptist Church of sent a musical and literary Plans are being made four Mrs. Evelyn Davis is chair-
Sunday afternoon at
strength. In our morning wor- program General Conference man.
11111 Pinkston Drive, Rich- 3. The affair promises to be which
services Pastor Turner will\ be
ship MT. TABORThe held in Dania, Fla.
mond Heights, will share in the
quite a treat. Friends are in-
will brin the from this MT.
message observances used around the month. Each member. is CALVARY
this subject: "Christian vited.The asked to
Character." Remember, the ushers are planning a world on the "world Day of Pulpit Aid Board, please pay their conference 1140 NW 62nd Street
has in "Billy Way Night" which Prayer," Friday, Feb. 10 at Mrs. M. E. Stevens, president, claim on time. Rev. Samuel Atchison, pastor
reputation that Christ will be..held on Wednesday 8 p.m. in the church's auditoriurnr is preparing for a fine program Our Sunday School is progressing Cynthia Johnson
this world depends upon the night, February 15 at 8 p.m. on Sunday, February 19. well under the su- reporter
name we make for ourad tes. perinte The No. 2 Ushers
You are cordially invited. An invitation is extended to Board
Rev. McWestley was our guest There will be special program This service was writtenby the public to attend. pervision of Mrs. Alfreida is sponsoring a tea February
speaker last Sunday morning, given in honor of Sis. Queen Salote Tupou of The Rev. Herbert Ferguson Lawrence, our superintendent. 12. Everyone is cordially

and delivered an inspiring Billy Way. All members and Tonga who for 18 years led a former associate minis- We were equally glad to j invited to come and enjoy .
I' message. friends are asked to support the Tongans in the annual ob- ter at Temple, arrived from have Mrs. Clark back after 1 themselves, from 3:30 until
. Our YMA and WMU Councils this program because it is servance. It reflects the dignity the Bahamas last week, preached -period of illness. a j 6. The speaker will be Mrs.
, will meet Sunday after to this type of event that denotes of Queen Tupou and her for us Sunday morning, and You are always welcome ]E. Talmage of Holy Temple
make general plans for our Christian Stewardship when sense of majesty of God. departed on Monday Rev. to come out and visit with us. ]Baptist Church. The tea will
Week of Prayer for Home one has had misfortune. Mrs. Ossie Hollis is publicity Ferguson is a district pastorat Let us remember to pray be 1 held at 1140 NW 62nd St.
Missions next month. chairman. Acklins. for our sick and shut-ins. Your presence will be greatly

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I rence Nichols are the first group glamorous sophisticates that YES! IT'S DEDICATION TIME!!! '
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Miss Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity scholarship Sweetheart Contest. The second In Memorium of tne: late Pastor, M. Followers, and those that suffered for
will appear next week. group E. Richardson, dedication ceremonies of the Gospel's Sake, can now have a true

FIRST BAPTISTOF ST. JOHN AME ST. PAUL AME NESS will take place Sunday,February HOLINESS for those that suffered, accusation -
19, 1967 beginning at 2 P.M. at 9026N. falsely, those that were cast
BROWNSVILLERev. Rev. W. A. Curry, pastorIt Rev. T.C.Rawls Kelley, Jr.,pastor W. 20th Ave., Miami Fla. down trodden down talked down, un-

W. M. Davis, pastor Mary reporterOur We Invite all Ministers to please come wanted, denied the Godly chance
Mrs. Donella Turner, reporter was so good to see pastor has prepared a and bring their congregations to this and that would suffer as the Apostlesand

The Junior Ushers Boardis many The Communion members out and Sunday.fellow- wonderful message for Sunday Joyous event in the dedication of this the Prophets suffered, and where the
plan now to come out new edifice to God. final overseer, Jesus Christ, would
sponsoring the ship witha
a tea third were very touching
Sunday from 4 to 6 p.m. warm handshake among and hear it. This invitation is made by John W. prove in the end that though the skin-

The No. 1 Choir will present Christian friends. 123 mem- will The celebrate Willing Workers their 40th Board anniversary Wilson Pastor and Founder of the worms destroy the body of a man of
a St. Valentine Fashion bers were communed Sunday. Sunday Feb. 12 at CHURCH OF GOD TRUE HOLINESS, God, yet in its flesh shall he see God.
Fantasy Tuesday night, Feb. The congregation is askedto 3 p.m. They are asking for in its new ediffice, and I extend a most Though the Giant opposes him-
14 at 8 p.m. go with the pastor to Hurst your full cooperation in this cordial welcome to all clergymen,believers self and goes into battle against God's
The Pastor's Aid Club will Chapel Rev. Allen, pastor. affair. and non-believers. This invitation Is man, small in stature, apparently in-

hold its regular meeting Fri- The third Sunday afternoon The C. A. Gibbs Club will one that I, the Pastor and all the mem- significant, yet God's man with six small
day night at the home of Bro. there will be a Battle of Gos- hold their monthly meeting bers of the CHURCH OF GOD TRUE stones and a sling shall overcome his
Grace, 1968 NW 47th Terr. Sunday, Feb. 12 at the church.
pel Singing between the C HOLINESS are very graciously, thankful attacker.
The Pastor's Brownsville-Liberty Aide city Lord C and the Silver Star This is a very important meet- and humble to extend to you in announcing The body would be destroyed, said
Union will and
ing the president is asking '
hold its meeting from South Carolina, spon- the completion of its brand the Chief One, but within 3 days God'
Saturday sored all that members please
night at First Baptist, also behalf by Bro.of Men's Samuel Russellin new edifice to God.A will raise It up, and Lo! and Behold!
the Pastor's Aide Union will March 12. Day program ing that all members pleasebe step forward in the community has that stone which the builders disallowed,
been made through effort has become the Head of the
convene at the church Sunday The Junior Usherboard and present. great ,perpetual Corner.
afternoon, Feb. '12 at 3 p.m. Choir No. will serve sunday. AU members who wish to interest and a greater understandingand So, with the final analysis and this
The Junior Red Circle will work with a special captainfor need for a continuous institution in dedication all of the forethought and
hold its regular meeting Sa- Sis. Catherine Willis is Men's Day, please give Dade County and the municipality area preparation that has gone In that has

turday, Feb. 11 at 3 p.m. reporter. your name along with the in which this structure has become an helped to present this brand new loca-
name of the captain to Miss
We are asking our membersto Mildred integral part In a most trying and op- tion andediflceoftheCHURCHOFGOD
attend these coming events. Gay.Remember pressive time, we are ready to dedicateGod's TRUE HOLINESS, with a State-Wide
Don't forget to visit our sick. NEW MT. MORIAH shut-ins and our sick' and House. Charter, endorsed by the Secretary of
say a special
We would like to thank our Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor prayer for them so that they Now, those that were sought out and the State Florida, Tom Adam's office,
for visitors and out-of-town guest, Evelyn Souter, reporterWe may have a speedy recovery. preserved as remnants, after theperiod of to be the 'only' non-profit organizationunder
worshipping us.MTCARMEL. were blessed last Sun- 14 years of carefully, scripturously in the dame of CHURCH OF GOD

day to have six added to our Gospel and Doctrine of Jesus Christ, TRUE HOLINESS. in the State of
big family. can conduct services at this new location Florida n"FurtheJffthen.

Our youths will be in of the CHURCH OF GOD TRUE it is inevitable to conclude
225 NW 14th Terr. charge of all services this CHURCH OF THE HOLINESS.It that,'the effort, the suffering, the

Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastor Sunday. At the 11 ajru wor- TRANSFIGURATIONEpiscopal Is believed that now there is an annotating; the ability, the Interest, the

Louise McOriff,reporterWe ship, Mrs. Pittman, principalof ( ) institution that does very highly esteem assurance,'lthe Gospels, the Doctrines,
Poinsiana, will be the 15260 NW 19th Avenue the training and ingenuity and is the the Preachings? the Healings, the Practicing -
invite you to attendour speaker. The 6:45: p.m. ser- OpalockaFr. greatest access to a believer of Christ the Security of God's work andGod's

Friday junior night choir's, featuring anniversaryon the vice, the speaker will be E. S. Clarke, Jr., vicar Jesus, God's Spirit, within the reach of program under God's program,
Alvin McDuffie, a student of everyone. under God's Government that were ever
new Oscar White Robinson Rose Singers is the mana-, Bro. Miami Edison chairman Sr. Miss High.AnnieL. The LENTEN SCHEDULE OF God's Spirit has set its approvalon alive during' the administration of the

ger. program with SERVICES: the final completion and conclusionof late Pastor Thomas J. Richardson and
Shipp, along Mrs. *
Remember the sick and Chanie Collins and Mrs. Al- SWdaysLow., Church School Mass,7:30a.m. and the work of the late Pastor of the his wife, M.. E. Richardson, really lives
shut-ins and those who have bertha Anderson has put forth Confirmation Instructions for CHURCH OFGODTRUEHOLINESS, on!!
lost some of their loved ones. great effort to make this a Children, 9:30 a.m., Solem N. E. Richardson, who passed awayin It is with great joy that I, John W.
Visitors are always welcome. wonderful and successful youth Sung Mass and Sermon, 10:45 the Spring of 1965, by our being ableto Wilson, Pastor, take this opportunityto
day. The public is invited.We a.m. carry on the Gospel that both she and welcome you one and all Sunday,
will have a visiting Wednesday Low Mass her husband preached, suffered, en- February 19, 1967 at 2 P.M. to this
minister from Mo. for our and Confirmation Instructionsfor dured, planted, secured, Indoctrinated, important event, the dedication and
SHILOH BAPTISTRev. morning speaker the third Adults, 8 p.m. rooted, grounded, settled, bestowed, in- ceremonies of this CHURCH OF GOD
A. M. Griffin, pastor_ Sunday morning. More about Fridays-Low Mass,7 a.m., stilled, emphasized, assured, practiced, TRUE HOLINESS.
this next week. Stations of the Cross 8
Sis. C. M. Myles, reporter Let us continue our prayersfor p.m. lived and died for and proved the com- JOHN W. WILSON, PASTOR AND

Bible Class every Thurs our pastor, sick, shut-ins, plete plan that assured the Believers, the FOUNDER
day night 8 bereaved families and thosein
p.m. All Sunday
School teachers are asked to the Armed Services. Visi- CENTRAL BAPTISTRev.
be present. tors always welcome. Church Or God True Holiness
The president of the pas- E. J. Clark, pastor

tor's aid club is asking all The annual banquet of

members to meet her at First SALTER'S CHAPELRev. Central will be held on Fri- 9026 NW 20th Ave. Miami Florida
Baptist of Brownsville Satur- day night, Feb. 10 at the ,

day night at 8 p.m. II. M. Salmon, pastor City Park, W. Hollywood,48th
All junior ushers and choir Betty Morant, reporter Ave. and 21st St. at 7:30 p.m.
members are asked to be The speaker will be City
present Saturday at 4:30: p.m. Rev. salmon is asking all Commissioner of Dan la, Boisy
All members of choir No. members to work hard towardsthe Waiters, who will be accom-
2 are asked to be present fri- Rally,which will terminatethe panied by other officials of
day night at 800. third Sunday in March. the city. Tickets are on sale
All the young people who $2.00 each. Ladies in charge
met with Mrs. Underwood last are Mrs. p. Peoples, Mrs.
Friday are asked to meet this Mary Saunters, Mrs. Pearl
DRAKE MEMORIAL Friday and every Friday after- Seymour, Mrs. Selina New- : :
5800 NW 2nd Avenue ward at 5 p.m. for reorganizing ton, Mrs. Dorothy Turnquest.
the junior church. Mr.
Rev. Jarius W. Dunn, pastor Earl Glenn assisted Mrs.

The Ushers' Board wishto Underwood.
thank all of the membersand There will be a tea spon- GRACEPRESBYTERIAN :iL .
sored by the Sunday School
friends who helped to
and held on the third Sundayin
make their sale a big suc-
cess. Mr. and Mrs. Clementswere this month. Our Sunday Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor
School has taken on a new
the ideal host and hos,
growth among the little folks February is designated as
tess. Thanks and
to Mr. Mrs.
church and we are happyfor
in our "Church Attendance Rally
Leroy Richardson, Mr. Round-
them. Month. We hope thatour congregation -
tree and
Mrs. Mickens Mr.
Stewardess Boards 1 & 2 will fully attend the
Mrs. Finley who worked very
hard to make the sale a suc- was fellowshipped by the morning and evening services
cess. pastor for their beginning work thin month.
of the year. February 19th is Men's
remember our Song
We are asking for your Day. An excellent program is
Fest at 7. We
on Sunday
will be spiritually blessed in prayers for all the sick and being prepared. request all
shut-ins and for all the boysin members to be up to date in
the Southern Singers
songs by
the armed forces. All our pledges, and to give a special
and guest artists of our city.
friends are welcome to come donation to the church. iAAL
Please attend this Song Fest _
with if Remember are always
and worship us you you
and help Drive.us in our Fund Raising wish. welcome at Grace.

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There was a girl named Gale, who tried to g-especial d" NW 62nd St. & 27th Ave.,

job. When she was turned down, she was sure
it was because of her color. She returned home very .
said. Her mother asked "what's the matter?" she answered -
," I wish I weren't a Negro. We don't have a

Her mother spoke to her very calmly,"Don't worry, ..,
my child, things are much better than they used to be, '
and they will continue to get better. Be patient. Don'tt (' y.
be sad.I just read the other day that in the South, well- ;.
educated Negroes are being hired for the first time as > ""I I

clerks', policemen, nurses in white hospitals and teachers '.,;,, lit! I, .hwMCOUPONMOTOR?
in white schools. The number of Negro lawyers has
increased 50 per cent.Job opportunities have opened up OIL
for the skilled and semi-killed Negroes. ,I', Gbastal
Just think, it was only recently that the Supreme
Court struck down the gains have been nothing less than MO rsMItlM TOR 30
remarkable. The employment situation has generally OIL ,, 40 Wt.19T.
become much better for Negroes. Of course, discrimination Celebrate 60fh Anniversary ? .
is still far from beingeliminated have learned
that if you say what you mean and do what you say, Mr. one/ Mrs. D. C. Gilchrist, 6533 SW 59th Court, Coupon Good Thru Fob. 12, 1967''
life will be much better for you. People will like you will celebrate their 60th Wedding Anniversary on Feb- SUNSHINE STORES'
better.You ruary, 14,with a dinner at the home of one of the child'
have had good schooling, and good training, ren. Mr. and Mrs. Gilchrist are the parents of nine
and the opportunities are good for you.I remember whena children; one of them, Mrs. Laura G. Wright, is the Homogenized Interior
Negro never even thought of going to college. Today, secretaryclerk at the Carver Branch YMCA. Thereare
there are 234,000 Negroes in colleges and universities.The also 14 grandchildren, 29 great-grandchildren, 1 f
number of Negroes running for elective office great-great-grand child; other relatives and lots of LATEXPAINT
has risen 34 per cent in the Democratic party overthe well wishing friends.
past two years alone. "
Gale listened carefully to everything her mother !ufJ
told her. She felt better. Remember:, "Where there is a
will, there is a way." Try anyway, no one is perfect. A "" 'F L Al White & Colon
few weeks later, she tried to get another job. It was a r PAIN' DoPont Pigment 159I
better job than the first. She was hired. She and her NEW PROVIDENCE LODGE NO. 365, PHA ";:: a Odorless
mother were very happy.J. .r in 20 mn.
New Providence Lodge No. 365, PHA meetson | GAL.
+ '+# Woter-Clean up
thod to express to Mrs. Hol- the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each monthat
R. E. LEE ELEM.The ton and her class their appre- _. High Hiding
program presented by ciation for permitting the special 941 NW 3rd Avenue at 8 p.m.
Mrs. Holton's class was class an opportunity to
informative and enjoyable.The take part in the program.As Jordon Dawk ins, W. M. a 9 Volt Transistor RadioBATTERY
centered Dr. Doolin said in one
around program Florida was which broughtin of our meetings "Give them a ,Alfred Wilson, Secretary
the Seminole Indians. chance and they will surpriseyou.
Miss Rogers and her
pupils wish to use this me- Mrs.Truesdell, reporter .

f I life 4

: : SAMPSON'S MARKET JUNIOR North HIGHThe Dade parentTe Fully Guaranteed 10 1

acher Association will
.l : sponsor "A Mad Mod Op Hop"
February 11th In the school .
gymnasium. The dance starts '4 M\lCOUPONrfffJBrI'
at 7 p.m. The admission is 50
: FREE DELIVERY' 696-5711 cents.There galore.will Refreshments be entertainment '+ z Ladies DRESS

r. will be on sale. Students and ,
MEATY friends come out Saturday Wool Shifts
nightand join the fun!

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The P.T.A. of North Dade Shirt Waist Dresses
Junior High School will hold
BONES Its monthly meeting Thursday, j \ Wool I Dresses to $19.95
Feb. 16th in the school auditorium l '\ ), IUNSHINE STORESECOUPON
at 8 p.m. Parents "} ..... ..... .' "
SMOKEDSAUSAGE are urged to attend this meet1
Ing'and pay their annual P.T.A.
DIRR'S GOLD SEAL dues. Delegates for the state .
2 69t convention held in Jacksonville \
FRANKS will be elected at this
LB BOX meeting.Mr. i Ladies
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Randle's Copier could be another Miss Whirl
in Flagler's $80,000 International Classic. ALLOWS TERRELL TO FIDDLE
At least she was a "Miss
whirlwind" in the three
qualifying rounds as she roared through without defeat!
to cop the $1,500 top qualifying prize money and take They came, they saw, they were almost convinced
over the favored role as the competition moves into the yf that Cassius "Muhammed Ali" Clay is either as goodas
quarterfinals starting Saturday, Feb. 11. he says he is, or that there isn't anyone who is bet-

But Copier, good as she was in the first three aA,iCrL ter.
rounds of the rich stakes event, is only part of the Ray With all the shouting and boasting over Clay and
Randle story in the premier event of the winter grey- Terrell brought the "Fight of Champions," which had
hound racing season. been treated as a stepchild, being booted out of three
All were reasonably well-backed except Happy cities to a multi-million dollar home in the Houston As-
Rick, who went off at 23-1 and returned his backers trodome.
$49.60, $13.00 and $5.60 across the board. Gene Rand Ie'. Terrell went into the ring with the height and reach
Hello Hilda was a prohibitive favorite in this one, but advantage, and came out bruised and defeated.
she ran into trouble at both the clubhouse turn,and I [ Clay went in the odds-on favorite and came out the
the turn for home, and wound up seventh. -- undisputed champion of the world and unscarred.
Policeman Joseph Gu//eff of the 19th Police District Apart from his ministerial duties, Clay has been
HIALEAH PARK Philadelphia, Pa., was officially commended in one of the busiest champions ever to don the heavyweightcrown
Trainer Del Carroll has gone to bat many times in November for "outstanding performance in the line of ; successfully defending his championship nine
$100,000 horse races. He has finished third and he has duty." times in three years. This is only the second time he
finished second. Once he was first. But he has yet. to Gullett, shown with his wife,graduated from Booker, has been taken the route, a year ago George Chuvalo
collect first money in a $100,000 horse race. T. Washington High School in Miami before he joined pushed him all the way to 15 rounds.
The horse who finished first was Abe's Hope, the home Army and went overseas. When he returned, he made After the first Liston fight, which introduced him
whose number was taken down in the 1966 Florida Derby. his in Philadelphia.He to the championship via a seven round TKO; Clay knock-
"It was a hard pill to swallow," recalls Carroll at Mrs. Miriam is the son Johnson.of Wema Lumpkin and his grandmotheris out Liston with his "phantom punch" in one round in the
Hialeah Park."It was the toughest blow ever,but that's return bout.
horse racing and you have to take the good breaks with Using the torture treatment on a crippled Floyd
the bad ones." Patterson, he finished him off in 12 rounds.
Carroll hopes to break the $100,000 barrier with Jackie Robinson to Try to Hopping off to Europe after the Chuvalo fight, he
Michael G. Phipps' 3-year-old colt Gentleman James in carved up Henry Cooper in five, Brian London in three
the Flamingo on March 3. Regain South Golf Title and more resistent Karl Mlldenberger in 12.
"I don't know," he added, "but this is getting to He honed up for this showdown with Terrell by de-
be a phobia with me, if I don't make it this year, it Baseball HallofFamerand stead, Fla., the current molishing Cleveland Williams in three rounds in this
won't be because I haven't tried in every way I know." top amateur golfer champion, and his son famous Astrodome.
Jackie Robinson has notified Jerry, who finished third last Terrell considered this fight to be his fourth title
North-South Golf Tour- year, along with several for- defense. After tha Machenwaltz, he whipped Chuvaloand
HORSES TO WATCHDon't nament officials he will return mer w inner, including
Doug Jones, both in 15 rounds.
let last week's horses get away from you. I for a try at regainingthe James Holloway and the Hail the champion!
title lost Brown Bomber Joe Louis.In .
when he failed ,
had two seconds, which paid a nice price, and one ran,
to defend it In 1966. the professional divi-
out of the money. Here are some of my new choices: The 14th annual tourna- sion, three-time winner Lee EXCELSIOR LEAGUE STANDINGS AFTER
Mr. Scipio Has rounded to his best form ment will be at the Country Elder of Washington, D. C.,
Golden Lamp Ready next out Club of Miami in Miami is in the area ready to defend TWENTY WEEKS
Punisher -1 1/8 distance suites Springs Feb. 8-12. his title against a for- TEAM W L PINS
Pop Tail A classy maiden ;; -- Jackie, unable to compete midable array of golfers,
Officer Sweeny 1 1/8 distance over turf last year because of some of which are touring Hagan & Fonda No. 1 53 27 53059
Second Breakfast Ready next out business commitments, will pros.Young The Five Summersetts -: !2'a 28VIW;,,, 51327
arrive Friday (Feb. 3) to Renee Powell of Metropolitan Cleaners 47. 33a 48514
UM WANTS SARASOTA CAGE STARt make prepararations for facing East Canton, Ohio, enteredfor ,Bowlers Pro Shop 4:45 35 'f.j: ?,,,' 52696
a strong championship the first time, is the chief Tucker's Famous Foods'43 37' ; 48430
| seems that Coach Bruce Hale knows a star when field. threat to dethrone Ann Greg- Yale Organ Cobras 40 40 49704
he sees 'one. For the last couple of weeks, he and his Harvey Also expected Breaux to of play Home-are ory women's of Gary champion.JohnBeg, Ind, defending. Packer Pontiac *$40 40 48443
assistants have traveled back and} forth to Sarasota New Frontier *39 41 50483
try and entice one of the leading players in high school Cloverleaf Sport Shop ';39 41 50129
to play for the University of Miami basketball team. The Olympics 37 43 49299
Others looking to obtain his services are Indiana, pur- Hagan & Fonda No. 2 *37 43 49268
due, Villanova and Kansas. This boy's name is Howard Thompson Texaco *36 44 49070
Porter, 6-8" tall, 18 years of age and goes' to Sarasota Metzer's Pro Shop 35 45 49917
Booker High School. 9 to 9 TV Drive I n. 05 45 46529
Bowe's Barber shop 83: 47 46431
FLOYD'PATTERSON FIGHTS AT BEACH Leo's Sport World t29 51 46283

tempo of thelocalsports scene quickens as re- f
sidents and tourists alike will have a chance tosee Individual High Game: James Coins 269; Archie
former champion Floyd Patterson this coming Monday Brown 268; S., Ferguson and Roy L. Moses 267.

night, Feb. 13, as he fights a 10-round main event with
local heavyweight Willie Johnson at the Miami Beach Individual High 3-Game: James Goins 687, Willie
Auditorium.The I, L. Wright 683; Dennis peak 677.
Auditorium feature bout will be the last pre p $ 'Gr sf v
fight: for Patterson who is expected to sign s hortlyfor 1a: ., Top Ten Averagers: James Thomas 186; W. E.
a heavyweight championship bout which is to take Robinson 183; Tommy Jackson 182; Eddie Way 181;
Dennis: Peak 180; Dave Boone 179 0. H. Smith 177
place in eighte Tokyo or Sweden sometime during the ; ;
J. B. Harvey 177 Alvoid
; James 176.
next four months.
gra i t; iNVd qb
Patterson, one of boxing's ring greats ranks as one
of themost successful money-making boxers of the last
decade. He holds the distinction of being the only 1
heavyweight to regain the championship In the history : f ANNOUNCING NEW LOCATION
of the division.The feat was accomplished against Swe- I dr Sf

den's Ingemar, Johansson. who had taken the title away
from him. K

Local heavyweight Willie Johnson will step into
the ringMonday night after two impressive victories the r F y last two months.He KOd Al Owens in four and came back ; hl
to stop Georgia heavy Fred Sullivan in three. Both
bouts were at the Beach Auditorium.MY .

IN NORTH-SOUTH TOURNAMENTHall l' .J : .. a Charles Ware
of Famer Jackie Robinson is not entering the ..
North-South golf tournament,but just here forthis beau- 1 1 k s W' A r S
tiful sunshine. He leaves for home Friday, Also Robert here!
Abernathy who played with Jackie in the Negro leaguein was
their young days before Jackie became a star with

the Dodgers. John Evans played semi-pro football for
nine years, 29 years ago. Charles Ashley, all around Can a Scotch actually taste good?Ask the bom-and-
sportsman from Cleveland also. A brother of Joe Louis bred Scotch drinkers. They've been smacking their, Miami, Florida
who is a dead image of Joe, putthem side by side and lips over John Begg for'years. Suddenly this grand
you couldn't tell the difference between the two.His old name is on the tip of everybody's tongue.'Take a Phone 633-9345
name is DeLeon Barrow. Winners of the Tampa tournament peg o'Begg. It's a wee bit better than the best,"cay
were Lee Elder and James Black ended in a tie, the poetic Scots of their treasured John Begg,whose 15 Years on 20th Street
Elder won the playoff and Cliff Brown finished third. taste is gentle,and whose once is light Ii.THE .
These are players to watch in this tournament. mi tuna mm mran- nnr.SWIM tr aim a sum IM..M.I


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K,' Bethuno-Coobian Concert Chorale Here Saturday i

The Bethune Cookman ton Senior High School; Ro- service unit entertainingfellow 1954 and In I960, his choir A Home
College Concert Chorale,un- sanna McCloud, Alto, a soldiers. He rejoined performed before a capacity Buy Today
der the direction of Mr. freshman from William B-CC as an instructor in house at Carnegia HalL
Thomas D. Demps will ap- Raines High School in Jacksonville -
pear at Carver YMCA 5770 ; Lueray Morris, ((1)) 2020 NW 85th St. $300 down. $80 mo.

N.W. 15th Avenue Sat.,Feb. Tenor, a sophomore of ((2)) 660 NW 46th St. $500 down, 3 bedroom,
11, 1967 at 7:30: p.m. Tampa She is a graduateof CBS home.
The 40-volce group will Middleton High School; DE SOTO CLEANERS
sing a variety of concert Warren Clark, III, a senior down.
((3)) 2.134 NW 85th Street $500
music Including Negro Spir- Tenor from Pompano & LAUNDRY
ituals. The soloists will Include Beach. He is a graduate of
Carreal Evans, Bass Blanche Ely High School; 1515.N.W. 62nd Street ((4)) 329 NW 40th St. 3 bedroom, $195 down.
Soloist, senior from Ft. and Glen Leverette, sophomore
a a 1426 N. W. 62nd Street
((5)) 1537 NW 40th St. $195 down.
Pierce, where he attended Bass soloist, from

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freshman from Jackson- Demps began his musical Lots of Luck to all My Friends.
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Stanton High School; Haro- Jacksonville's Stanton EDWARD M. SMITH ((8)) 3155 NW 55th St. Rent. $25 week.
lyn Nelson Alto, a junior High School Choir and went
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screened porch, dining room, carport. $12,500 NO RED TAPE-MOVE IN

SATURDAY & SUNDAY SPECIAL OPEN 1-5 PM FHA. Modern 3 bedroom CBS, carport, awnings, |jalousie -

1060 NW 85 STREET WATERFRONT $15 MO.NO QUALIFYING.CBS, 2 bedroom, large windows, sprinkler system. $1,000 down
Fla room, utility room,carport, appliances, fresh and take over FHA mortgage of. $10,790 at 5%% in*
Gorgeous 2 bedroom, 2 bath on lake, carpeting, ly painted inside and out, f fenced. $1,000 down. terest. $82.61 month pays everything.
well and
appliances, pump. FHA terms. $8,500 total.
CBS DUPLEX BEAUTY. Large bedroom livingroom 14960 Jackson Streettile roof, windows,
2330 NW 89 TERRACECute and dining room each side. Appliances. owning
2 bedroom, newly painted inside and out. $450 down and $13,500 total. freshly painted insldeand out. FHA price $10,700
down month and seller all
$350 $66.39 pays
Awnings, pump and well. Only $11,000 FHA.
LIVE IN LUXURY & COLLECT RENT. Gorgeous closing costs. Vacant, we have key.

Only $9.000forthis 2 bedroom CBS house. Fenced.No built-in kitchen, dining room, all large rooms, 2 Corner CBS 2 bedrooms each side, tile roof,
qualifying. BEDROOM completely furnished. No qualifying. awning windows, appliances, owner will paint
( $3,000 down.$19,500 total.This Is a MUST SEE. inside and out, refinish floors, make like newl
8131 NW 15 AVENUE FHA price $16,000 with $600 down and $98.78
2 BEAUTIFUL HOUSES ON I LOT. Completely month and seller pays all costs.
2 bedroom, fenced, stove, refrigerator, enclosed furnished. Garage, only $75 month, $1,000 down.
porch. Only $12,500 FHA. $7,000 total. No qualifying.ALL Et AVE"'MAN1; ;ilIOREhOME \ ?

BEING DISPLACED BYURBAN RENEWAL. ALSO porch. A''' furnished. This is a steal. i.lpO :tOr"lr'YOU: .Al \A YETOR,:' BEING\
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,1 441 ip f>
I II I 3146 NW 61st St. (rear house)
has been
new operator add
Nice 2 bed. Terrific value, McWILLIAMS
d to the family of Bronze
Everything in Beauty.
value $20 Rental
of Beauty, in the
371-9482. Address: per
15 WORDS OR LESS SI X50, 5C FOR ADDITIONAL fORD. Call Agency 633-7809., 2020 NW 62nd St. 10th St., Miami, Fla. 31)A of Mrs. Elizabeth Hall.

DEADLINE FOR cosmetologists. Daniel in hairstyling,
WEDNESDAY NOON and facials. 1307
Williams and
1139 NW 7th Cwt CBs 1 bed. prop
FOR SALE apt. Free electric and water. Dell, cosmetologist. (M 54th St. 7599334.

FOR SALE FOR RENT Top location. $14 week. Liberty .
3 Bedrooms Rental 2020 NW I I
2001 NW 84th Lovely furnished
Drive by 830 NW 84th St. Best CBS with oak floors Street at 666 NW 56th efficiency 62nd St. Call 633-7809. INCOME PROPERTY DIG PROFITS
large St. $20 week.
section CBS ,
very Kitchen, one owner house. Adults only, phone 7512243. --- Make $1,500 on $2,500 investment
nice Fla room, my best buy. $9800 FHA valuation. Furn. effcy. apt. for one person -
$450 down, vets, $100. Total down $250 ----- Excellent location. Near 5 aportmtntt take in $5,000 year. Your costs,
$14,300 FHA terms. A. Ben. prepayments. No $20 per week, 2 bedroom CBS, Grand Way on 54th St. $13
Ked, Realtor, anytime 751- closing costs. $71.12 per free gas and water, 2398 NW weekly. Liberty Rental Agency including tverything-mortgage payment, taxes,
2243. month pays all.Biscayne Real 60th street 2020 NW 62nd St. call insurance, water, maintenance is $3,500 year*
--- ty, Inc. Broker, 7598600. ----- 633-7809. which leaves you $1,500 year clear and you're

Edison Area $16 per week, 1 bedroom,newly paying off the mortgage too..
Drive by 4755 NW 5th Ave. House sale by owner. decorated, unfurn. apt.! 3712 NW 20th CU Three bed- M

Nice corner, 2 bedroom CBS, Apply 1950 NW 55th st.in the Free gas and water. room rear house. $43 every 2 LIFE REALTY Broker
$12.500 FHA terms total. p.m. (Feb.17) ---- weeks. Drive by then call ,
$400 down vets $100. Thisis Nice clean room 691-4205. For
very nree. A. Ben-Kori, No--qualifying.--- Take over 3 men only. 759-8600.Biscayne Realty, Inc. Broker, 4932 NW 7th AVENUE PL 9-4371

Realtor, anytime, 751-2243. bedroom, 2 bath, Fla room on --- Open Nites and Sundays
Furn. room in private home
-r Large 1 bedroom apt. Furnished
2 Homes canal, $750 down, $98 per 1865 NW 69th Terr. Good neighborhood. 29 NW

Drive by 1875 NW 90th st,. month pays all,drive by 18811 ----- 52nd SU Adults only. See fr.4
Completely fenced, lovely NW 28th Place, then call Chanel Guest House. 451 : Robins

big 2 bedroom, 2 bath, custom : Gordon Akeley, Broker, 3252 NW 4th St. Nice clean room, Mgr. APt. 2.
NW 183rd St. 624-8436. call after 5 p.m. 373-9272 or. :.
built, living room, 18x38 call before 11 1 bedroom house,unfurnished. Uniform
---- a.m.
rear 1 bedroom. very nice. 2295 NW 98th st. Call 693-
Sacrifice ----
Value. $11,000'setHna for Sale 1778 before 9 p.m.
$18,000 FHA terms. Key at CBS, 2 bedroom, large Fla Lovely room, quiet neighborhood Confers

office, A. Ben-Korl, Realtor, room, large living room, FHA for nice clean person. HELP WANTED
anytime, 7512243. price 10500. My price, 759-6026. Church Uniforms
7500. $2500 cash down and ---- Experienced gardener wanted.
Edison Area $4j month. The BEST BUY 2375 NW 55th Terr.3 bedrooms, Reg. Job. Hours 9 or less. r-r Choir Robes

Drive by 5661 NW 6th Ave. in MIAMI. See 339 NW 39th stove and refrig. $90 per mo. Good pay. Must have drivers Church Furniture
built 2 bedroom Street. Call owner 758-8749. Open 1-5 p.m. JE 1-3184 or license. Tel. 691-5803.
Custom 2 Call CA 1-4833.
bath, Fla room, garage, largelot --- ..
for adjusted
1370 NW 80th St. FHA$12,000. --- Vacancy exist
key at office, see this Altar Sets Sunday School Furnishings
one inside. You will like. Large 2 bedroom, oak floors, Nice room,clean and in a very sales lady capable of office -

Total 15.000 FHA. $450 stove, refrigerator,no closing good location for a reliable management. Opportunity 5 STORES TO SERVE YOU
costs, $400 down, $74.41 mo. person, 6355129. excellent. Midwest Realty,
down.anytime A., 7512243.Ben-Korl, Realtor, Buy today. Aetna Realty NE 5-8035. 16 W. Flagler St. 5900 Sunset Drive

----- Broker, 811 NW 54th St.Phone Complete Septic tank. Low Lauderhill Shopping :Center Ft. Lauderdale..
7575724. Open 7 days. coat. 6355129. 24 hours. Collector-experienced with
No Qualifying ---- car. Phone 446-2038. Fe- 1735 NW 10th Ave. Da dt I and Shopping Center
Drive by 626 NW 47th
St. bedrooms 1 bed. furn. apt. attached to male.
for 1365 NW 91st St. 3 ,
$500 down this clean
2 bath, new 5 years, tile private home with private entrance SEE OUR COMPLETE DISPLAYOF
2.bedroom partly furnished -
corner, ,
roof, oak floors, garage, Fla 1210 NW 77th Terr CHILDCAREInfant I CHURCH FURNITURE AT
carpeted in bedrooms. :
room,central heat, air cond., Adults only. Reference need- and toddle day care in
Terms arranged. A. Ben-Kori
Realtor, anytime, 751-2243. modern kitchen,fenced sprin- ed. Air cond. my home. Will take very good
kler system, deluxe all the -- care of your child. Phone uth Miami
Immaculate way-asking mid 20's, make Nice room, convenient loca- 759-8335. OR CALL OUR REPRESENTATIVE
offer. We can arrange terms to tion. Nice settle lady pro--
Drive by 845 NW 83rd Terr.
ferred. Call
suit you. Aetna Realty, Bro- 751-0294.
Just like new, beautiful
ker, 811 NW 54th st. Phone 666-8501
floors, lovely big Fla room.
757-5724. Open 7 days 1 bedroom unfurn. cottage,
$450 down FHA terms. A. $19 wk. 1558 NW 49th St. Key

Ben-Kori, Realtor, anytime, 9230 NW 16th Ave. $400 do. with Mrs.. Colmen next door,

751-2243. CBS. 2 bedroom Fla room. also 2 bed., 1 bath home un-
---Office-- tile roof, oak floors,- p rtfifum. turn $22 wkly. 1805 NW,76th Drive By
., $12,500 Hi A. $77.61 Terr. 1 bedroom apt., unfurn a
Air conditioned: new, come: monthly. No closing costs.I weekly $19. 566 NW 22nd St.
1621 NW 91st ST.
see if you can use it at 615 immediate Call
Move now. Aetna Realty,, occupancy.
NW 60th $t. Owner must sell.
Broker, 811 NW 54th St., 444-6126 evenings 4482824.Mr. nice houst
CBS fenced
Shell City and Lincoln Bank I Gross 14s Very corner Compltttly ,
Phone 7575724. Open 7.days.
area. See A. Ben-Kori, Real- ------ sprinkler, fruit trees, 2 bedrooms, Fla''room, ga. .

tor, across the street, any- Duplex. A beauty. 2 bedroom, Very clean small apt. in rear.cod rage and carport' oneiFHA! mortgage.

time, 751-2243. 1 bath, no qualifying, a I cheap rent. FR 4-2213. Downtown

Direct from Owner moneymaker. Air cond., stove I area. Tip Tof Realtors

4 bedroom 2 bath and re frig. rear patio, partly Smiling Eddie Lee Pitt-
corner turn each side. You must see 1 bedroom apt. single or PHONE
beauty. Large Fla room, large man, popular local busi : 685-0021OR 947-7111 EVENINGS
couple. 759-9665 after 12 noon
it to appreciate it. Reasonabledown
nessman I Is the new own
living 13906
room, large closets. NVHth AVENUEEDISON
Good terms.
payment. of the,
er Dive-Inn Bar
Move in Effcy. Reasonable, furnished,
right no tape-no
4th Ct.
Drive by 7009 NW 1772 NW 79th St. Phone
closing See Includes utility, 1 block from
costs. 4425 NW
call Realty
Then Fenster 091-9431. He invite all
8th Ave. 7th 759-9665 after 12
Open Sunday. See
Broker, PL 98779. his old friends to come
and call owner 758-8749. noon. Mrs. Kinchens.
unit meet new friends.
bedroom- Attention Business corner, 2 Everyone wlcomcInM
1 bath, CBS, selling story building, plus extra Space for Doctor's Office
for FHA price, low down lot could be editor church. 4749 NW 22nd Ave. Ideal site Specials

payment, 1 FHA mortgage, big 100x100 lot ideal located.'for physicians's office in
excellent location, large lot. brownsville Community-sur-
54th St.
Call broker right now. MartinM. Drive by I rounded by low housing pro-
for parti
Berney, 6246983. See culars.it then Fenster call Realty us Broker No jects doctor's and residential officelocated homes.in FOR RENT OPEN AFT ". 2P.M. SUNDAY

2 bedroom, 1 bath, frame PL 98779. community. Call George Hep- 801 NWBSrd TERRACE

house, low down payment, bedroom-- burn or Betty Page after .5p.m. Now furnished apt. 3 bedroom, CBS, $300 down, FHA. No closing

$65 mo. excellent location, Will be painted CBS exterior plus garage.,FHA 635-9219 or OX 1-1695. Air conditioned. All electrie cost. Terrazzo floorsrgarage, nice patioCounty

large lot. Call broker right $600 down taxes only, L ovely neighborhood.
terms, only payment
now,Martin Berney, 624-.983. seller will pay closing Nice 2 bed. CBS apt. $22. kitchen. desirable

costs., This is a watefront Verynice 1 bed. apt. CBS, Buena Vista section. $90a DRIVE BY THESE THEN CALL EDISON

Duplex. 2 bedroom, 1 bath home. Location 9251 Little Duplex' $19. ((1)) 141 NW 48th St. No qualifying. '3 bedroom
each side, CBS, excellent; Blvd.(NW 14th Ave.) CBS, 1 bed. Apt. $17.50. month or yearly. Adu Its ,
River CBS home with Fla. plus bedroom
location, reasonable down Good, 2 bed. rear house. $20. room one

payment and monthly payment.No day Open 1.5 for p.m.your Fenster inspection.Realty Sun-, Downtown location-CBS, 1 only. Security rtquired. tag., fenced yard, Only $2,250 down.

qualifying. Call broker, Broker, PL 98779. bed. apt. $14. Excellent for nice work
Martin M. Berney 6246983. Effcy Apt., furnished $13. ((2)) 44 NW 47th Terrace $250 down FHA. Large

-- New Genie Homes. 3 bed- Very large house, $25. ing couple. Fla room plus screen porch, no closing cost.
Direct from Owner bath built-in Small, 2 bed. duplex. $20.
room, CBS, 2 Clean in and out.
3 bedroom corner, near Alla- range and oven, hardwood CBS, large 1 bed.apt. $17.50. 175 NW
pattah school, bus and shops.
Large living and dining room, floors, drive by 1030 NW then 51st Come into our office ((3)) 6520 NW 1st Place CBS, 2 bedroom lovely
41st St.
SU and 1954 Liberty Rental Agency, 2020 38th St.
carport, 2 porches, carpets, call Fenster Realty, Broker, NW 62nd St. Call 633-7809. #2 neighborhood. $250 down FHA. No closing cost.
air cond. Easy terms, move PL 98779. $86 month pays everything.
right in, no waiting, no red

Open tape. See Sunday 4232 see NW and 11th call PI. 2 bedroom CBS, carport cash, ((4)) 5720 NW 5th Avenue CBS, 2 bedroom, Fla
hardwood floors, to any
owner, 758-8749 Owner room, garage, reverse cycle air conditioned, FHA
.buyer leaving at town.a A must sell. SEPTIC TANK TROUBLE,?? terms, no closing costs.
House andloU 1621 NW 58th
Drive by 869 NW 73rd St.
SU Zoned for apts. church, then call Fenster Realty, ((5)) 5537 NW 5th Avenue 5 bedroom, 2 bath.
nursery. Total price $46,000 Broker, PL 98779. When your septic tank drain begin to give you This is frame, but excellent buy for such a big

V& cash balance, $40 month. --- trouble, don't fuss or curse, call us. Chapman or house. Need about $1,500 down payment. No

Call owner. Hollywood 987- Opa-locka Washington NW section Coll NE 59089 qualifying.
4668. CBS with carporte, tile roof,

--Direct- from Owner fenced yard floors., many$12,000 extras.FHA ((6)) 60 NW 42nd Street Nice CBS duplex. 2 bed

3 bedroom, War bath, CBS, Terrazzo valuation. $300 down plus 24 HOUR SERVICE rooms each side. Terrazzo floors. $400 down FHA. ...
like new, huge fenced lot,

move carport,right a beautiful in, no closing costs.prepayments.$86.08 per NO month pays ((7)) Wo have several apt. buildings for sale with

coats, no red tape. See 7025 all. Biscayne Realty, Inc., not much cash required and excell.nt terms .


large corner CB.: Spa- CBS on 50x140 lot, fenced. & Oiled 'In Your Home. YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR
cious 4 bedroom, 2 bath cov- andlarge screen :
ered patio custom marble tile Has carporte valuation. Adjust Tensions $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEINGDISPLACED.AND
diving pool, sprinkler, wells, porch. $10,000 IF YOU CAN QUALIFY,
filter, fenced. $1,500 down. $250 closing down plus costs.prepayments.No $74.71 per Free Needle & Belt Total Cost 1150 .

We have several fine 3 bed. month pays all.. Biscayne Check all Wiring All Makes EDISON 1 REALTY\ Realtors

homes south Miami and Realty, Inc. Broker, 7598600. 1 Year Guarantee 4 Models ,

Richmond low as $100 Heights down area paymentto withas HELP WANTED 175 H W 62nd St ,751.2441
qualified buyers. Call tot Operator for slip covers and 634-6242 .

appt. to show Fenster Realty or draperies, full or parttime.
Broker, PL 9-8779. 7547322.

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