The Miami times
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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: February 17, 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: UF00028321:00455

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I Whilne..Y Young is MCU ro$ibflilirbllf sjm'fl: .1

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He also has been r : 'I-'m
One of the nation's fore- Young of
most exponents of human of the President's Boards of Trustees of the
6 on Young Employment "'. Kennedy Memorial
rights, Whitney M. Young,
Jr., has accepted an invitation Equal Opportunity In and of the Eleanor
to be guest speaker at Armed Forces; the Memorial Foun-
the annual Brotherhood Din- Presidential Task Wel'r lie is the author of
ner of the Florida Region of Urban Affairs and the Be Equal" published In
the National Conference of y v mission on Technology by McGraw-Hill and
9 Christians and Jews. The tomation and Economic a weekly column of
{ 7 7I 7I' $100-a-plate black-tie func- gress. same title in more than
tion scheduled for Tuesday President of the newspapers across the
night, February 21 at the Conference on Social tion.

rs Fontainebleau, Miami .., -
Beach. A long time supporter : "
of the NCCJ, Young has ..,"
been national executive di- y' s.

rector of the Urban Leaguefor ..,.._.....__._ --
more than five .
World War II veteran
who served In the European I IM
Theater, Young was Dean of ami Mayor Robert King
the Atlanta University High, attorney Joseph M.
School of Social Work for Fitzgerald of Coral Gable
s seven years prior to accept- and television executive Sid-
ing his challenging assign- ney D. Ansin of Miami
y ment with the Urban Beach. In addition, Sister M.
League.The Dorothy Browne, O.P., pres-
y 45-year-old Young, a ident of Barry College will w
graduate of Kentucky State receive the Special Award of

Congratulations ore offered to Cheryl Wise, Dade College, did graduate workat NCCJ and Gabriel Heatter,
County Leukemia Society Poster child for the third year, both M.I.T. and the Uni- one of the nation's most re- ,
and Florida State Poster child for the first versity of Minnesota and is spected news commentators
year, by the recipient of the Outstand- will receive the Headliner's
Mercedes Ellington, one of the June Taylor Dancersseen ing Alumni Award of Minne Award of the Florida Region
each week on the Jackie Gleason show. Miss Ellington /. sota. He earned an Honor- of NCCJ.
is the granddaughter of Duke Ellington. ary Doctor of Laws degree Considered one of the ,

from Creighton University country's most effective
----- -- in Omaha in 1964. Highlight speakers, Young is a mem-
of the Brotherhood Din- ber of the Commission on
Big Nick Put In r x ner will be the presentation Law Enforcement and Ad-
: ,. of the 1967 Silver Medal- ministration of Justice as an ,
lions of Brotherhood to Mi- appointment of the President. [ r i ,

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Laurie Fornlss/ of 1513 NW 81st Street, and a staff

Forty-year-old Willie diced treatment since that in- member of the EOPI is one of six young women included -

(Big Nick) Nicholson, a re- cident. His wounds forced Delinquent Girlsto in the national listing 01'Amerc ', Outstanding

tired Miami detective, was him to retire.Nicholson. Women this year. Miss Fornlss. 21, is the daughter of
sent to Chattahoochee State disappearedfrom Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Forntss, Birmingham, Alabama.
Hospital after he 'was Jackson Memorial Get Training/ She graduated from BethuneCookman College, Is a
charged with slapping a Hospital on Feb. 5, after
member of Alpha Kappa Alpha and the Birmingham
North Florida police chief telling nurses he was "goingto
and threatening the Gulf kill someone." "Volunteers Unlimited," It Is hoped by the Officeof Chapter of Links Inc., and is one of two Bethune
, County state attorney witha His doctor and family a project to recruit and train Juvenile DelinquencyOJD students who represented the college for summer sfw
gun. said he was obsessed with Negro women to work with ( ) that the guidance of- cines at Sussex, England. She also traveled In Austria,
Nicholson reportedly the idea that young woman teenage girls who are classified fered the teens by the women Belgium, France, Italy and other European countries.
walked out of Jackson Me- and her baby In St.Joe wouldbe as potential delin- would keep them from going
morial Hospital on Feb. 5 killed. The woman was a quents, Is being organized in astray; the National Councilof
and headed north on a mis- key witness in the murder Dade County. Negro Women (NCNW)
sion at 100 miles an hour. trial of two Negroes in 1963 The program is operatedby is hoping that the gratitude Negro Assigns Teachersin I
Dr. George Segal of MI- who were sentenced to death the National Council of shown the volunteers by the
ami, who has treated Nicholson for kill Ing two gas station attendants Negro Women and financedby girls will give them confidence ..
for several years, said, the Office of Juvenile Delinquency to tackle other com- Little Rock Schools
"There is no question he Curtis Adams, Jr., another of the U.S. Depart- munity problems. .
has confessed to ment of Health, l ducatlon
needs mental treatment"The man, $ Plans were outlined
the murder. Nicholson was and Welfare. by William Harry Fowler,. The 44-year-old Negro
former police officer the Miami Council of the principal of a Little Rock principal said, "tremendousprogress"
hired Dec. 27 for a few'daysto
also suffers from a large NCNW for the project at an
has been made In
locate Willie Mae Lee and elementary school, and who
stomach ulcer which causes open house Sunday attheoffice has been recently been given the 10 years since Little Rock
Joe and
other witness at St ,
the 6 foot two in the
200-pound, Perrine Arcade
of theSouth's first
he did the post to hire and assignall was one
such that he cries shame so.After 17430
pain Building, S. Dixie teachers and other per- battlegrounds on school de-
lessly, Segal said.Nicholson's Herald reporter Highway.Mrs. .
sonnel in the Little Rock segregation."The
Gene Miller told the
mental condi- storyof Albert.(Grade) Mil- Little Rock
School Districts, said last progress
tion has gone down sharplyin the case in the morning ler, director, one of the two week, "I do not anticipatea has made since 1957 cer-
the last two months, Segal paper of Feb. 5, Nicholsonsaid paid staff members, is al- great deal of difficulty at tainly has set an example of
said. "He envisions himselfas the woman would be ready on the job. She has all." what can be done in the area
the saviour of mankind," in danger. He left to "rescue" surveyed nQghborhoods to of desegregation," Fowler
he said. her. find workers and solicited said. "It's the entire
one na-
Nicholson was once a the cooperation of health and Mrs. Thomas(Elizabeth) tion could follow."
sparring partner for Joe Told that he was mentally welfare agencies. Collins; president of the Mi-
; Louis. He served on the Miami irresponsible for his act- Volunteer training begins ami Council of NCNW said, In 1957, former Gov. Or-
l Police Force for 16 years ions, Florida Highway this week. The main concern "Once we get things roll- val E. Faubus ordered the
as a detective, and was troopers investigated Nicholson of the program will be help- ing, we hope to be able to Arkansas National Guardto
honored by"' the City,Com when he tried to see ing girls, 13 to 17,who have place volunteers In a varietyof block the court-ordered
mission with a plaque for Gov. Kirk on Wednesday. been referred by guidance jobs. Our goal is to have entrance of Negroes to Cen-
"long and meritorious duty counselors, the juvenile the women commit them- tral high School In Little
and heroism above the call Nicholson was arrested courts and welfare depart- selves to a community serv- Rock, and President Eisen-.
of duty." Thursday night on the street ments. ice, no matter in what cap- hower sent federal troops to
Some years ago he carried of Port St.Joe. State AttorneyJ. Floyd A. Adder!y is employed The girls will be screenedto acity.' keep the way open for nine
out a murder investigation Frank Adams said hewas with the Navy Oceanographic see that they are not al- Seven agendes, Includingthe Negro students to enroll at
which resulted In the called by Willie Mae becausethe Office in Washington, ready being served by project Jackson Memorial Hospital the school
arrest of his own sister. She retired detective would not D. C.as electronic specia MIAMI of the Young and the Dade County Fowler Is expected to take
was cleared after testifying leave her alone. With an as- list.He Women's Christian Association Juvenile Court,have promised over the new post by March
against the killers.At sistant, Paul Griffith,and Police Institute is a product and Howard of Tuske-Uni- or by the Big Sisters the NCNW to cooperate. 1. He said the school dis-
another time he cap- Chief H. W Griffin, versity.Mr.gee Program of Women In Com- While the program is trict Is under a court orderto
tured a man kidnaping a Adams approached Nichol- Adderly has travelled munity Service planned primarily for Negroes speed up staff desegregation -
gas station attendant. The all over the world with the "Our feeling Is that there it is opened to per- and he Intends to carry
man was a fellow officer and son.The chief of police was Oceanographic Office, Investigating are so many girls needingthis sons of all races. out the mandate.
was given 10 years imprisonment slapped twice, Griffith's coat animal life that existsat kind of attention that Mrs. Collins said many "It can be done and I
was ripped as he was yanked great depths of the sea. there is no danger of duplication Negro women have been will do It," Fowler said A
On Nov. 3, 1964, Nick's from his car. Nick fired Previously, Adderly was employed ," Mrs. Miller said. afraid to get Involved In community pledge to desegregate each
stomach, groin, hand and his gun once without hitting with the Navy Depart- The volunteers will have activities because of school staff has been made
leg were riddled with buck- anyone, but Adams said, "I ment in and Aero-dynamics Development.He Research their say in planning activi- their raceMrs. by the board.
sots. Bleeding profusely, he think he Intended to kill me." is married to the former ties for the girls whether it's Miller and Mrs. Col- Fowler was chosen unanimously -
drove his car In pursuit and Nicholson was disarmed Gladys Edwards of Coconut tutoring, grooming or just lins are both native Florid- by the Little Rock
rounded up the three men without a fight by the Grove. They have four child- the stabllzlng Influence of.a lans. They are busy wives School Board for the district's -
who had shot him. troopers. Later a judge ren. His parents, Mr. and responsible adult A worker and mothers, apart from $12,000ayearpostasassistant
Dr. Segal said Nicholson ordered him to Chatta- Mrs. Lawrence Adderly, live may be assigned to counsel their professional duties but superintendent of
has been under constant me- hoochee. at 1721 NW 67th Street. one girl or teach a group. they are "Involved." perlOnnel.nt7 .


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Douglas Elemental io' Present. .Annual PTA Tea

I A l large crowd is expected borhood Attorney for the and the Booker T. Wash 1
I to attend the annual PTA Tea Economic Opportunity Program ington High School I Ensemble -
i at Douglas Elementary Incorporated Legal will also appear.
I I School on Sunday after :Services: at the John K. Cul- The affair will begin the
noon February 19 1967 mer Center, 490 N.W. 11th observance of Brotherhood
from 4:00-6.00 P.M Street. lie will acquaint us Week, Douglas' Citizenship '.
Mr. Eugene Spann President with the benefits that may be Week, and Frederick Doug-
of the PTA, and Mrs. received from the legal de- las' birthday. The week- ('
Lerlean Williams Vice- partment of the K.O.IM.: in long activities will culminatewith
President and Chairman for an effort to encourage peo- "Color Day" on):<
the Tea, stated that elaborate ple to take advantage of these day, Feb. 25th. ."
plans have been madeto services. ., t
make this affair one of Other participants on the I
the best social events of the 'program will Include two of PTA ''FAMILY DINNER ',
year Mrs. Dorothy Wiggins our community's outstand-
Adside Is Principal of ing soloist; Mrs. Henrietta SALE FRIDAY I
the school located at 314 Jones. Mrs. Winifred Doles, The Miami NorthwesternPTA
N.W. 12th Street. will sell chicken din-
Many local talents will ATTENTIONI! ners in the school cafeteria
appear on the program. The KINDERGARTEN beginning at 2:15 p.m. on
Friday, February 17. Din -
guest speaker will be At-
B torney Henry Edgar, Neigh- OPERATORSThere Friday, February 17. Din-
I will be an important ners may be ,eaten there or
i meeting of all kindergarten taken out. The price is $1.00
; operators, Saturday, Feb. 25, per plate.
"'( : 1 p.m. at Jackson's ToddleInn Parents and friends are
: t .. ,,:I:: '. .r. .' ? 3038 NW 48th Terrace. invited to attend the next regular -
F .f... ; /, ,....I /ftF.: (' ...;..' :"ifiJfr. .' N.Ifj. \ Mrs. B. Cox is presidentof meeting on Monday,
H i i i n't" 1 1 i .&mi\ol..j...:. :.... l{),;.'.'"htI'iI.rur lI : .:..j"r.j... ;N.rj't'J" l.'___ the Independent Pre-. Feb. 20. Please pay your
School Organization; R. E. 1966-67 PTA dues.A .
Sigmas Observe Social Action ProgramRho Copeland, reporter.

Sigma Chapter of the Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, observed its Social Action
Program, Sunday February 4th.
The observance began with a breakfast meeting at the home of Bro. James L.
Kirnes. During the meeting the Sigma Man of the Year was named. An award was M +
presented. This award,was presented to the president, Bro. Lucious Crawford Jr. J i1'1 wlu
Also the fraternity presented a plaque to Bro. George L. Sanders, who is presentlya rl' M P .

second year medical student at the University of Miami. ..a1.oC' '1,

Ward Perkins, son of Mr.
To further observe the day, the Brothers worshipped together at the Church of and Mrs. Clyde Perkins of
the Open Door, followed/ by a 4:30 p.m. Brothers and their families gatherine at the 1284 NW 72nd Street, a stu-
Harvest House Restaurant in the Northside Shopping Center. dent of Holy Redeemer Catho-
Bros. Higgs, White, and Kirnes were the committeemen for this year's obser lic School has made the Ca-
vance. tholic Grade School All-Star
team in Basketball. lie was
awarded a trophic Saturday
Standing left to right, John W, Dillard/ Lewis Byrd, Jefferson Reeves, Percy night.
Brown, David A. Thomas Papino, H. Milton White,. James L. Kirnes and Arthur
L. Evans. Seated left to right are William L. Higgs, George L, Sanders, T. S. Greer,
Sr., Albert Dean, Lucious Crawford, Jr. and Kemp Wilkes Johnson of Miami Photo. HELP HELP HELP I
revised Personnel Manual/lor the employees of
REV. ROOSEVELT The Christian Hospital, Inc. has been adopted by the
FRANKLIN Board of Trustees, Col. Claude C. Clark, Chairman.
36 KIDS GET FIRST The Manual covers duties, holidays, sick, leave and
Of Macon, Georgia and fringe benefits.

TRAIN RIDEThe DIVINE Shown above are the Administrator, Col. Edwin F.
JOHNSON Seaboard Air Line SPIRITUAL HEALER Poage and three members of the Personnel Committee,.
Railroad Company gave 36 Jesus I. truly giving vic Mrs. Susan F. Harris (secretary of the Board of Trus
children of Dade County'spoor tory to many,many people's tees), Clarence Patterson, chairman of the Personnel,
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........ THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 17, 1967 3

I CKL Congratulates New Gulf ,

I Bahamas Government y/ M1 f l.t

The Miami Times has learned that Director H. B. '
Sissel and Deputy Director Robert H. Slmrns of the Dade I
County Community Relations Board were In Nassau last 1 gfi i i
week presenting to Premier Lynden O. llndllng the per- ''il 1
sonal good wishes of CRB's Chairman Rabbi Joseph R. .
Narot. The occasion was the opening of the Bahamas' 1 1'y qc
I Assembly and the taking over of its new government by
Premier Plndllng's Progressive Liberal Party. a
Complete text' of the letter of congratulations from the
CRB Chairman follows: I _

"Dear Mr. Premier:

In extending to you my personal congratulations and v'a
best wishes on your assumption of new responsibilities of
leadership for your country, I am confident I speak for the a t
members of both the Dade County Board of Commissioners
and the Dade County Community Relations Board. .
While I have no official authority to speak for the Greater -
Miami community, I know that many of our citizensare H. B. SISSEL
... CRB Director
aware of the mutual interdependence of your countryand
this area of the United States.
May the relationships of the peoples of our respective ,.:i" Y'
lands continue to be fruitful and may good fortune attend
the dedication and experience you bring to the Bahamasin This group market developers were on hand Friday night at the Gulf Oil Pool- i
these critical times. stele/ Party at the/ Hampton House. Shown kneeling ore Herb Brown of Ballanttne. \
Respectfully yours, I Dan Kean of Gulf Oil and Chuck Smith of Royal Crown C do./ Standing are Herman I
Joseph R. Narot, ChairmanP. Smith, president of Jet Foods Corp. of Baltimore; Herb Douglas of Schefflein & Sons,
S. I have asked the Director and Deputy Director j I }4 i, tine.Kiah Sayles of Ballantine/ ; Billy Burke of Coca-Cola, and Andy Hatcher of Ballon' I

of the Dade County Community Relations Board (Messrs.H. <
B. Sissel and Robert Simms) personally to present to 11
you this expression of our good wishes. I Urban_ __ n__ Leaaue Guild to Present Show i .

A CRB spokesman said that developments leading up l The Greater Miami Urban the artists appearing at this is president of the local guild,
to, and flowing from the new government in the Bahamas League Guild will present star-studded affair will be the and Mrs.Muriel Vaughns, vice I
re-emphasizes the inter-relatedness of these islands and the "Show and Dance Time" at the glamourous Guild Chorettes, president is chairman of the
larger community In Southeast Florida. Sissel and Slmms ROBERT II. SI1VMS Hampton House hotel Sunday, Male Chorus Line, Wild Man affair. Donations are $2.00.
held- a number of informal conferences during the two ... Deputy DirectorINTERNATIONAL Feb. 26 from 9:30 p.m. to 2 Steve, and Mtlton"ButterbaJl" Tickets may be obtained from
days they were there which they described as fruitful. a.m. This gala affair will Smith, two of our local radio members of the organization.
feature many local and na- personalities.Mrs. No tickets will be sold at the
tionally known entertainers, Ann Lindsey Packard door.
and promises to be the social
Dyson Urges Action to TEA event of the season. Among ..a....
The Friendship Garden & i
Civic Club cordially invites Greetings! COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE TV
you to attend its annual International
Save A&M Law SchoolWEST entire membership Tea, dressed with its in Church of God and STEREO RADIO TAPE RECORDER

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PALM BEACH Dear Sir: Feb. 19, 4 to 6 pjn. at New All Hail! VET TV
Clifton G. who endeda
Dyson I Covenant
am quite concerned Presbyterian Church 1st Cor 1:1-2
two-year term on the Florida about the proposal for the 1221 NW 43rd street. Dona- Jude 1:24-25: TED FORMERLY OF JET I IS NOW VET
Board of Regents on closing of Florida A & M tion.is
January 1, is maintaining University Law School. P. O. Box 170 379-7735
his interest In adequate edu-
Surely this decision was Northwest Branch
cational opportunities for reached because of economical munlty in dry, state, andna-
Negro students In the state reasons, and the tional areas. These gradu.' 33147 846 NW 2ND AVENUE OPEN 9 TO 9
controlled institution of high-duplication of the recent Instituted ates give legal advice to hun, Feb.,18
er learning.In law school at Florida dreds of disturbed citizens
an open letterrreleased State University(also in Tal- who otherwise would cost the
on February 1, he Indicateshis lahassee). State thousands of dollars.
concern about the proposed This law school was set Florida A & Mlaw school
closing of the law into operation because of has a place in our Society. 6
school at Florida A & M. various reasons, but to me We should continue it and 0 FOR THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMODATIONS
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Hoard. qualify scholastically to or Representative to 0
The I text of Mr. Dyson's enter the other law schools of re-study the continued need ----, -, < -<
letter: our state. (That condition for the Florida A & M Law
Editor and Aluminl of still exists). School BONil 4 ry.
Florida A&M University The graduates from this For Better Education, I
Tallahassee, Florida school are serving their com- Clifton G. Dyson


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4 THEMIAMrTJMES', Friday, February; 17, 19 67,

Be Equalby


Whitney M. Young Jr.
H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher : SCHOOLS
Editor : \}k,
Ex(>culiveDlrt'clorNatlonal Urban League
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sometimes vicious so progesss"reveals
SUBSCRIPTION, RATES' that major advances like social security or medicare are
ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 itself once again in the Negro community.It described as radical when first proposed, then gradually
under the of Urban Renewal -
strikes not guise
of the
become part accepted range of public policies and
Entered as Second Clots Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post I Public Housing or the expressway program, but re- are enacted into law with the general approval of all shadesof
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 turns in the form of the same power structure that forced opinion. The idea of guaranteeing to all American

many Negro citizens from their modest homes in the families an income floor beneath which no one will be
Office at 6530 NW 15th Ave. Phones 691-0421 691-0455 old Railroad Shop addition some 19 years ago. This allowed to fall is another such idea now gaining widespread

power structure is, of course, the Dade County Board of acceptance.The .

NEGRO"CREDO PRESS OF believes THENEGRO that PRESS"The best lead Public Instruction-another of the many boards, com- idea, thought so radical just a few years ago, is

the world from racial and national antagonism America can when It missions, committees, etc., planning for and making decisions now being proposed by a range of persons covering a
accords -
for the Negro community without the benefit of political spectrum from Dr. Leon Keyserling former eco-
to every man regardless of his race, creed or color his
nomic aide to President Truman to Professor Milton
human and representation.The ,
legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no man.heNegra Negro
Press strives to help every man in the firm belief that Board has decided to go ahead with the ex- Friedman, who was Barry Goldwater's economic advisor,

all men are hurt as long as anyone Is held back. periment of building six 12 classroom satellite schoolsfor and has been endorsed by the President's National Com-
first, second and third graders in the so-called Li- mittee on Technology,Automation, and Economic Progress,
berty City- Manor park section of the City of Miami.On which included some of the nation's most successful busi j

BOLITA DYING SLOWLY the surface,this would appear to be plaudable nessmen.
Income maintenance plans take many forms,but the most
Dade County grand jury went all out this week in plan except for the fact that Negro homeowners are popular seems to be that of a negative Income tax. Under

letting' the judges, courts and other officials know that going to be forced to sell theirhomes against their will this proposal (and there are many variations of it), families >I

they are far from being satisfied with gambling condi- to make this experiment possible. or individuals whose incomes fall below the poverty 1
tions in our midst. They said the judges were too soft This writer was shocked by the recent disclosure limits would receive cash payments to bring them up to '

on bolita and termed their appointments in many cases, that the board is now in the process of gobbling up or near those limits. For a family of four earning $1,000,
undisguised political pay-offs. five well kept, well constructed homes in one of the this would mean getting ayments which would bring their

Circuit Judge James Kehoe was handed a special better Negro communities for the purpose of putting income to the $3,000 poverty level (or a bit less under

two-page report on the matter. They condemned the this first experiment into being. some of the plans). As their earnings increased, the cash

operation of the court and the method of appointing These homes are located at 760 NW 48th St.,4771NW payments would be reduced by (for example) 50 percent,
8th Avenue, 795 NW 47th Terrace, 760 NW 47th Terrace thus giving them incentives to earn more and not penalizing
judges.However them with total withdrawal of the payments. These pay-
Municipal Judge Milton Friedman puts upa ments would stop when the family raised itself above the
defense for the courts. "Most of the lottery cases," II! poverty line.Another .

he said, "we read about thatcame up in Criminal Court I proposal calls for family allowances similar to

result in a small fine and no jail term; if you look at'j those provided by other industrial nations. Canada, for

our record, you will find the sentences stiffer," said I I rr example, provides cash payments to all families, givinga
Judge Friedman. t i I Im set amount to each child. Thesepayments are considereda

right not based on need, and since they are partially
SPECIAL ELECTIONS COMING UP based on school attendance,have reduced drop-outs sharply.

The recent change in apportionment brings with it Another plan calls for far-reaching expansion of present

many vacancies and some opportunities for new facesin programs like social security and unemployment insurance, '.
the Legislature. The date for special elections is Increasing payments and covering persons not now eligible.
Still another plan would provide a guaranteed annual
February 28. There are eight state senators for Dade
income in the form of straight cash payments to all persons
County plus the new seat in district 48. Dade
below the poverty line, with opportunities for public em-
will still have 22 representatives in the House.
ployment for those in this group who can work.

There: are almost as many plans as there are people
Following are names of well known citizens who studying the problem of poverty, but what they all have in
will be running for the Senate or House: Former SheriffT. common is the realization that a country as affluent as the

A. Buchanan, Dick Renick, Rep. Maxine Baker,ex- The School Board wants this home at 760 NW 48th United States cannot tolerate the grinding poverty that af-

commissioner Faris Cowart, City Atty. Richard Stone, St., owned by Mrs. Linn/e Corey who was forced to flicts so many millions of people and which perpetuatesitself

Mrs. Mary Ann McKenzie, Edmund Gong, D. Robert Gra- move from the central Negro district slum area as a result from generation to generation.The .

ham, Robert M. BrakeJohn LeachRichard Marx, Rich- of the Urban Renewal and Expressway efforts. Mrs. benefits of a national economic security program ',_
ard Barest and Carl Singleton. Carey is not desirous' of selling her home to the School would be great. It would eliminate poverty in that no

Board or anyone else. family would be deprived of the means for the basic es-
sentials necessary for survival. By becoming a matter of
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DON'T LET DORSEY right like social security it would eliminate the stigma of

welfare. By replacing in part, the present welfare system,
Last week we carried a commendable report on what it would release millions of dollars of local welfare funds
the Dorsey Junior High School is and
doing finding out
to the cities for use in coping with the range of problems
about attendance problems.It .
; facing local governments. It would free welfare workers
.5'. y from their load of
meaningless paperwork and police-
seems that the improved attendance' In the school ..1 M -
like surveillance of their clients and
permit them to utilize
indicated that most of the parents in the Dorsey area will ,
their social work training in counseling and training people.
gladly work with school officials in keeping their children .. .... !,
1 .... ltf > The eriire nation would benefit because the increased
in school.
i9 purchasing power available to the poor would be spenton
( goods and services,stimulating the economy and creating
poses questions: ._ .
1.hat will the school do to keep these children many more Jobs. The poor would benefit because they
would be restored to a decent minimal level of life, without
interested and successful in school?
being subjected to the indignities built into the
2. Will efforts be made to adjust the teaching and now systemof
welfare, and the overwhelming of
activities to the students? majority poor peoplenow
not receiving welfare assistance of any kind,would get
3. Will expenditures be made to update the buildingsand
the help previously denied them. Only about 7-1/2 million
facUlties to provide a climate conductive to quality ----- ---
persons receive welfare payments, the great majority of
Believe it or not, the School Board wants the land them children
or aged people, out the 34 million poor
To us these are serious questions that cannot afford a
home 4771 NW 8th Avenue.
occupied by lovely at people in the country.
Mays Junior-Senior High type handling.
This home, certainly a credit to any community, is
owned by Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Smith, who like their Perhaps most important is that a national income security

BAHAMAS NEW GOVERNMENTThe daughter, Mrs. Carey, are definitely not interested in program would restore incentives to work. The basic
selling their home to anyone. response of people to increased income is to seek still more

upset in Bahamian politics and taking over the reins money. The present welfare system penalizes initiativeby

of government by the Progressive Liberal Party, with Pre- There are several questions about this new deve- reducing payments for every dollar earned by the In-

mier Lyndon Pindling holding the reins, was an upset that lopment that should be called to the attention of every dividual; the plans I have discussed would stimulate initia-
tive not kill it.
was almost unpredictable. Yet it came to pass after a periodof also severefac ,
homeowner in this county. There are
over 300 years, and Negro Bahamians are justly proud tors that should be called to the attention of those individuals -
of their If the economy continues to grow at nearly the presentrate
within the Board of Public Instruction that the present tax rates will yield a surplus of many
Pindling, a young man of 36, is proving him-
approve of such action. billions of dollars, more than enough to pay for an
self a worthy leader. He is an able speaker and is ap-
parently well liked by the.majority of Bahamians.The Let us deal with the latter first: economic security plan. So the question is not whether the

election in the' Bahamas has given the press of (1) Without an open housing ordinance or law, Negroes nation can afford it, but whether it can afford not to In-

the world a surprise, and magazines newspapers, radios are more restricted to a limited home market. augurate such a program.no .
and the television have certainly taken advantage of the (2) The limited home market has become smaller

situation. The Bahamas has never had such wide publicity. and smaller offering very little choice, if any, in what
one can purchase. Negro homeowner in Dade County is secure.

Journalists have paid special attention to the lucrative (3) The removal of Negroes, by force (law of emi- (2) An executive from the School Administrationstates

gambling situation that went on in the Bahama Islands, nent domain) not only takes from a man the home of his that for this experiment the board is only interestin -

especially at Freeport, Grand Bahama. choice, but places his need in an area which cannot be homes that are adjacent to open space, i.e., parks,
Reports are that the new government will endeavor to met. playgrounds, etc.
at least, better control gambling interests in the Bahamas.The .
destroy the slums with one hand From where I sit, it seems strange, indeed, but is
Premier has assured U. S. and other foreign in- (4) How can a city "
vestors and tourists of their continued welcome to the and kick homeowners out of a nice neighborhood like it not the reason that we move next t these open areas

Bahama Islands.At this one with the other hand. in order to provide\. our children with play areas out of

Freeport, Grand Bahama, work has begun on a (5) If the city and county fathers are unable to the streets? .
million dollar championship golf course at King's Inn, grant people the right to purchase homes in any neigh- Let us not experiment with land on which stands

schueduled for completion next November.The borhood of their choice and means, with themoney forc- decent and well kept homes.

Miami Times extends congratulations and best ed on them for the purchase of their homes, then such Photos by Frank Johnson
wishes to the Premier, his Cabinet and Bahamians in execution of the right of "eminent domain' should nott

general.Vox. be executed.
populi vox del. (The voice of the people is the From where I sit comes the strong conviction that

voice of God.) until basic rights toward the purchase of a home can MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE
all citizens then no home owner shouldbe
be granted to ,
Premier Pindling will be in Miami on March 8 to de- MIAMI TIMES ARE THEY
of the Florida forced to move to make room for schools, parks,
address at the 75th anniversary
liver Memorial an College, held in the Deauvllle Hotel Miami public housing, expressway or any other community APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU.

' Other speakers will Include Senatot Harry P. Cain improvement. THEY ARE COURTEOUS DEPENDABLE.
Cates, president of Grand Bahama To the Negro homeowner, I call the following factsto ,

ccvchainnan Development; Company George ; Lon Wolfson Florida State Re- your attention: PI FASE PATRONIZE THEM! ;

presentative and Mrs. Louis Glasser. (1) If the "satellite school" development continues


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, (February 17, 1967 5
HIM! mm illtiir *'*i ) */m t

The war on poverty has
established special librariesfor
parents in all of the 14
Child Opportunity Centers, 'k
opened in Dade County by the
Economic Opportunity Program
Among the floods of Valentine parties on the ca.. Inc. I
- 1 lendar was the MRS dance given Friday evening at Bay- The libraries taking In
front Park Auditorium. roughly 2,000 volumes, were 1 1I I
added to the Centers in cooperation 1N
'F And Saturday, Alpha fhi Alpha Fraternity, Samuel with the Miami N -r I II
Ford, president,was host to their wives and sweethearts Public Library and Board of I
s at the home of Dr and Mrs. Nathaniel Colston. Each Public Instruction Library
guest was a recipient of a delicious box of candy. systems. NL
They are designed to com-
Last Sunday afternoon,friends and the W. A. Chapman pliment, through parent edu- ,
cation, much of the work done iy t>L I Y
, Board of Greater Bethel AME Church met at the for children
at the
home of Mr. Ivan Rolle, 75 NW 49th Street to witness and bring parents closer to
I the blessing of his new home. Rev. Joseph Smith con- center operations.
ducted the ceremony. Among the topics repre-
i sented are those on child
l Miami's balmy weather and the wish to visit her care and development, con- I
; family after a long absence, Marjorie Cooper is the sumer education, Negro his- N Iv
I tory, family life parent-child =ry M
houseguest of her uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Joseph activities and home manage-,
' \ Moss at their 65th Street home. merit. Overall director of the ,. lr
program is Mrs. Leslie Dan- ] o4'i .r
The Algonquins present "A Musical Showcase" ford; the libraries were oraan"zed ? 1 : '
J and will be pleased to receive you and your friends at under supervision of 4 'j f :
this afternoon of musical entertainment Sunday, Feb. Rudy Williams, teacher train-
19 at 4 p.m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Baldwin Hep- ing director.

\ burn. James Collie, president; Charlie A. Higgs, founder NEW HIALEAH
'r and Mrs. Ruth N.' Polite'will be mistress of cere- T- "
) monies. YMCA DEDICATION _, : ,
The Miami Branch of the American Association Sunday, February 19th MIAMI RINKEYDINKS ENTERTAINThe

University women plans a luncheon Saturday at Miami the YMCA will hold an open Pittsburgh, Pa. Rinkeydinks were graciously entertained by the Miami
Springs Villas to celebrate completing a $60,000 e n- house and formal dedicationof
Rinkeydinks Thursday night, February 8th at the beautiful and spacious home of
dowment fund that will provide $3,000 annually to a their new facility locatedat Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bannister, 1040 NW 57th Street.
4300 palm Avenue, Hialeah.
woman doing graduate study.
The public is cordially Everyone present had an enjoyable time.. Some of those enjoying the eveningwere
invited to share the excite- :
Here from Manhattan for a rest after a busy con- ment of the formal house
open : 'left to right RubyeY.* Buchanan
Topnrow Pittsburgh Ruth N. Polite
, cert schedule, Esther Brown is the houseguest of her and dedication.The deHall ; Gaye
cousin and her husband, the Jimmie (Dorothy) Coopers. open house will be Pittsburgh; Georgia Simonson, Pittsburgh; Gertna Horsley, Pittsburgh and
held between 12:30: p.m. and Portia Bannister. Second roW: Fran Patrick, Flo Hawkins, lona Bucholtz and Bet-
Houseguestlng with Evelyn Boggs Evansare 6 p.m. with the formal dedica- tye Cooper. Bottom roW: Zilma Black and Ann Lindsey Packard. Rinkeydinks not
the William McCalebs of Cincinnati and the John H. tion taking place at 3 p.m. shown are Corinne A. Houston, Ann Graves and Mary Colden. Glamour photo.

Youngs of Hopkinsville, Kentucky.
Open House Sunday at the project office in the Miss Bessie Richburg, head teller at the Lincoln
'. The Elite social and Civic Club entertained friendson Perrine Arcade Building, 17430 South Dixie Highway.Mrs. National'Bank has returned from a visit to NewarkNew
Sunday with a Pre-Valentine Tea at the home of Thomas (Elizabeth Collins, president of the Mia- Jersey where she went to attend the funeral of her aunt,
Asquith and Thelma McDonald. Mrs. John (Diane) Smith mi Council of NCNW and Mrs. Albert (Gracie) Miller, Mrs. Evelyn Montgomery.
was guest speaker.On director, hope to get volunteers needed for the job.
Volunteer training started this week and will touch on Pleasant visitors at the Times office on Tuesday
Friday evening the home of Mrs. Anna B. Ward everything from community resources to adolescent include Dr. and Mrs. Zeigler of Chicago, Mrs. Boone of
was the setting of a miscellaneous shower for bride to psychology. Sounds interesting. It iscertainly a chal- Louisville and Dan Kean of Pittsburgh.
be Blanche Johnson, hosted by the faculty of Liberty lenge to those who often ask; what can I do?

,. City Elementary.
Mrs. Cleora Brooks and Mrs. Carrie Tynes were

Thought for the Week: The contented man is notirlll'.the among those invited to the Bahamas to witness the SEPTIC TANK TROUBLE
It manwho. has the .most, but the one, who,' is most .festivities. along with the seating'of the new premier, ,
aware) of what he has..: .. ,... i .' the honorable Lynden 0. pindlingv iWhtn \
your septic tank drain begin to girt you'

Friendship Garden Club invites you to its Interna- Get well wishes to Mrs.Pearl Patterson, Grady Lee trouble, don't fun or curse, call ut. Chapman or
tional Tea, Sunday, Feb. 19 at 4 p.m."New Covenant Dinkins, Hattie Gilbert, Alice Hunt, Cleveland Jack-- Washington NW section Call NE 5.9089
Presbyterian Church. Mrs. Edward (Marjorie) Wake is son, Clara Ward, Samuel Taylor, Charmaine Smith,
president. Della Carey, Charlene Knowles, Eliza Cleare, Edna
Wilcox, Blanche Simms, Julia Snell, Dorothy Gibson 24 HOUR SERVICE
Warren Welters III entertained friends on his birth- Rev. Marvin Allen, Edward Lawson, Radie Jackson and
day, Saturday at his 50th Street home. Arthur Mays.

Wedding bells will ring for Carol Ann Johnson, Put a ring around February 23 on your calendar.It Call
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel (Carolyn) Johnson and is the date of a most unique Brotherhood program.It .
Captain Charles Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. is the "Voices in Brotherhood" program scheduledin
Charles (Sadie) Jo Johnson the North Miami Beach Auditorium. Twelve congre- CHARLESROGERS
gations will be represented in the 250 voices on the

Mrs. Willie Kennedy of Winston-Salem, North Carolina program. Jerome Neiman is chairman of the program
is the houseguest of Lucretia Coleman. and Robert Duff is choral director for the event. "Mu-
sic Hath Charm to Create Brotherhood." ..
Enjoying three days at the Carleton House in Nas-
sau are Dorothy Cooper, Easter Brown, Gertrude Jackson Here for their annual visit to the land of sunshineare AT PL 1-7502
and Shirley Reddick. the Edward Hills of Winston-Salem who are the
houseguests of Hazel and Nathaniel Davis.
The Choir of Kelly's Chapel staged a mammoth For A Good Buy on

fashion show and musical tea, Sunday, Feb. 12 at Amateur rose growers may enter the Tropical Rose
Bonded Auditorium. Fashions by Mazie Balfour Society's annual show set for March 3 and 4 at Bur- A Piano Organ
dine's downtown store. Anyone interested in participating ,
in the show should write for information and rulesto
Here for the golf tournament and a visit with rela-
tives and friends are the Benjamin (Australia) Jenkinsof Tropical Rose Society, 3605 Alhambra Circle, Coral Scott Stereoor
City of Miami Recreation Division is offering a
free slimnastics course 9:30: to 11:30: a.m. on Tuesdays, The parents and friends of scouts are invited to Orchestra
Thursdays and Fridays at Morningside Park, 750 NE Manor Park on Saturday, Feb. 25, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. The
55th Terrace and on Mondays and Wednesdays at Cur- Girl Scouts of Ixora I and Ixora II Neighborhoods will Instruments,
tis Park, 1901 NW 24th Avenue. present their annual Thinking Day program, an interna-
tional festival.Mrs. Calvin Marks is chairman.

Orchids to the Seaboard Arline Railroad Co. for
Gamma Delta Sigma Chapter of Sigma Gamma Rho
taking 36 children, all enrolled at the Dorsey Child
Opportunity Center on their first train ride on Tuesday, Sorority invites you to attend its Annual Guidance
St. Valentine's Day, to Hollywood, where a bus, co- Clinic Saturday, Feb. 25 from 4 to 6 p.m. at Brownsville
operation of Greylines, picked them up and took them Commun ity Center. .- 1

back to the center. We thank you.
Miamians were sorry to learn of the death of Pas-

Orchids to: Mrs. Carleton Harrell, a member of co Reynolds, popular West Palm Beach resident. His ISVICTOR
University Christian Church who has launched a cam- wife is the former I vory Welch of Coconut Grove.

paign to save the Mars Hill Christian Church's Daycare
Center at 6601 NW 24th Court. Money donated for the Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Ferguson and children were
cause will be channeled through the United Christian given a "going away" dinner party Monday eveningby
Fellowship. We have many social and civic clubs. Hereis her father William (Shorty)Holt on and paternal grand-
your chance to help in a worthy cause. Must the mother Mrs. J. S. Brown of Shipping Avenue, Coconut
other fellow always pick up the pieces for us? Are we Grove.

not sensitive to the needs at home? Actions not words r
The Royal 20's Woman's Club is making plans for I
please. its 25th anniversary dance. If you have been a guest in
the past and have now moved, please call 444-1064 and PIANOS & ORGANSCorner
Another-Volunteers Unlimited- will recruit and register your change of address.

train Negro women to work with teenage girls whoare 54th St. & NW 3rd Aw. 751.7502
classified as potential delinquents. The program is Adelaide Boston, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. JohnH. Or 2010 Bltcayne Blvd. Miami. ,FR 7-0401
operated by the National Council of NegroWomenNCNW Boston, celebrated her first birthday, Thursday Feb.
( ) and financed 'by the Office of Juvenile Delinquency -9. She was honored with a lovely party, given by her In Broword Call JA 2.5131 or visit
I (OJD) of the U.S. Department of Health, Educa- parents. Many .friends and relatives joined in the happy 1103 East Los Olai Blvd. Ft. Lauderdale JA 5-3716
tion and Welfare. celebration.


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By Gwendolyn Lavern Ross !!

the Scoop Bethel's Studio located at the Hotel

Alexander, 250 West 103rd St (Rm 14J) New York City Palmetto High School will duplicate the annual New

came an invitation: -"Dear Scoop Bethel, we are the Orleans Mardi Gras when It stages the first carnival on

Sam and Dave Fan Club" of Trenton, N. J., and we request February 17 (after school) and February 18 (all day).
Visitors to the athletic field will find, pie-throwing booths,
the hon or of as our guest star it
your presence '
rides, and souvenirs galore. Costumed students will dance
the home of Mrs. Ira Howell 76 Ave. Trenton
Pennington to the music of battling bands on Friday night. Advance l
N.J., Sunday Feb. 12.-1 got up out of bed about tickets to the event may be purchased from any band or
11 a.m., a quick shower, a shave, breakfasted on some inter-club council member

banana fritters (pancakes) and syrup, picked up my ca- Boys at Palmetto said "Be my valentine" with carna
mera, pencil and pad, got in the skyblue Cadillac and tions. Distributed on February 14, the sale was sponsoredby .
headed for Trenton. I stopped in Newark to say hello to the Thespians.

(Big Andy) Anderson Johnson at 561 High Street (a for* *
mer Tallahassee lad) He is doing just fine. I arrived in
Trenton about 6 p.m., met Chris, (my brother) at 1113 "bJt
February 17 is "Spirit Week" at the recently completed
E. State St., and we drove to the Howell residencewherewe
school. The following is a schedule of the week's activities -
were greeted by the teen-jet set, the Sam and Dave : 1
Club.Nurecine .
Monday Dress-Up Day I
Tuesday Rose Day (Boys present girls with flowers)
Wednesday Penant Sale Days t

Friday Thursday and Gold Day JJJ!

Junior Varsity vs Faculty; women teachers as cheer-

...;,"" leaders (6.30p.m.: ) v
\\J.:" Varsity vs Sterling High School (8p.m.)

..... Sock Hop w +

..."'. ,
& Carlos Robin Joan'+w';-Gcrne Rita & Tala Myra Be a dear and take your favorite date to the''"Sweet x '-Wt .y 6 9w

hearts' Ball" at Mays High School on February 18. The

semi-formal dance, hosted by the Student Council beginsat
8 in the school cafeteria.
DREAM STREET The Fan Club members ages range Social p.m.Notes: :,
from 15 to about 19 years. Beautiful lassies and fine .. .a.
Miami's local chapter of the National Council of Negro
looking lads Talya (SissyThomas of 78 Pennington Women conducted an "Open House" at 17430 South

Ave. (Mrs. Raby White's daughter) 16 years old Dixie Highway (Suites A and B) on Sunday, February 12, FORT BENNING, Georgia Skillfully executingthe
Rita McKellar, 16, (Hobby, dancing)-Rita likes Her- |from 4 to 6 p.m. run-dodge-jump Is PVT James H. Coots of Miami.

bert Jo Ann (Dee) Howell, 15, of 76 Pennington Private Coats received a U. S. Army Training Center, \

Ave. (Mrs. Ira Howell's daughter)>-loved undecided bet Infantry, Certificate of Achievement for outstanding
Mrs. Helen Oliver recently returned from Winter Haven
ween James McKenzie and Tinsey Thomas Geraldine basic
performance of duty while participating in com
Florida where she visited her
daughter Lewanzer, at Rollins
Jerrie Hall of 128 Rossell Ave. (sweet 16) a lovely fox
bat the certificate his
College during "Parents' Weekend",. training. According to performance
Nurecine Clark 16 and Carlos Carswell 19
of duties and desire the
to acquire knowledgeand
item-engaged to be married? Soon? Myra Holland,
15, of 1001 E. State St., a peach whose heart is set on Area talent was spotlighted at the show sponsored by experience necessary to become qualified soldierwere

Clarence Bethel (Chris' hi boy) 1113 E. State St., 'the Perrine Chapter of the 4.H on February 11 at the Matthew an inspiration to his fellow trainees.

Connie Carswell Bethel, the lover, got a crush on Ta- Center. Ten teen groups, including bands, dancers, Private Coats as Outstanding Trainee, B Company,

laya, Thomas (Sissy). But can he upset Lonnie Washington 'and singers, performed for the hour-long show. Trophieswere 7th Battalion, 2nd Brigade, USATCI, was presented a .
and Eddie Milligan? Robin Hall, the queen. ] awarded to the judges' selections of winners. The miniature Infantryman's Trophy. Before entering the

"Darelettes" (Dariellyn Cooper, Beverley Daniels, Linda Army, he served with the Job Corps in Casper, Wyoming.US .
ROBIN HALL, TEEN JET OF TH E MONTH Robin was Harrison), a stunning group in gold and white empire ( Army photo).

born in Trenton. She lives on E. State St. and Curyer j gowns, sang their way to first place. Second place was
awarded to the "Flirtations" Belinda _____h'___ _
Ave. She attends Trenton Central High School and is in ( Copeland, Marilyn "y J"
Kendell, Gwendolyn Simmons), another of ;fa
her second year. Age. 15.. Favorite singers, Sam and j group songs
ters. IVarline Hill
captured third with her
place version
Dave songs: "Hold on," and "Something is Wrong "
(of"The Grass Always Seems Greener"Rufus ; !t4'R M ;f'tt Sy
with My Baby." Ambition, to become alawyer She Ferguson was the show's disc jockey.

likes dancing and modeling part time. No, she isn't Mrs. Thelma Groves is the chapter's advisor.
going steady. Her education and career are first. She
is an honor student. ATTENTION

out there in Detroit, Mich., it's Renaldo Benson, Lawrence RESIDENTSThe f"II.

Payton, Adbul Fakir (a real Arab) and the big Times circulation [ 4
voiced Levi Stubbs that make up the Motown FourTopsof department is pleased to an- I "
the "Reach Out," and "Standing in the Shadow of 'nounce that Burke L.Jones, Jr, l

Love" fame JamesCarr's "Dark End of the Street", j of 14921 Louis Street is now r \ .t
serving Miami '
as Times news- i :,: "
dedicated to our man, Stanley Sweeting of Linotypefame i boy for the Richmond Heights : 1
Aaron Neville's "Tell it Like It is" tothe i \ r

George McGentiss (she is the former Loreatha Johnson) area.All Richmond Heigh ters '''
Gene Chandler drew a record crowed at the Apollc!desiring home delivery of the ,

last week with "I Fooled You this Time" The I,Times can arrange for same ,
by calling Burke atCE
O'Jays' "Stand in for Love," dedicated to pretty play .. t

boy bunny Roz Hill Scoop Bethel saying time and With U. S. Combat Air
tide wait for no man. So long. C-U-NX-WK. Force Staff Sergeant Charles important missions under ex-
Sharpe, son of Mrs. Belle tremely hazardous conditionsand
CENTRAL LIFEwas Sharpe of 1154 NW 152nd St., hostile ground fire.
has been decorated with the He is a member of the Pa-
Air Medal at Tan Son Nhut cific Air Forces which pro-

.- founded in 1922. AB, Vietnam. airpower vides for offensive-defensive the U. S. and its

Sk Sergeant Sharpe, a flight allies in the Pacific, Far
engineer, received the medal East and Southeast Asia.
-Offers of the
some Industry's most and
generous meritorious achievement
The is 1949
1jl sergeant a
; : insurance contracts during military flights in graduate of Booker T. Wash-
Southeast Asia. He was cited ington'High School.
dh -Markets a portfolio of Life and Hospitalplansindividual for his outstanding airman- His wife is the former
: ship and in the
: suc-
; and family coverage up to $50,000.00.Has cessful courage accomplishment of Evelyn Renders.

45 years of proven service to over 10,000 so .
Bjr ALBERT W. COOKE tisfied policyowners.Has .
Valentines day is a very, very special occasion so mean- FROM US AIR FORCE
paid than
ingful until it is represented symbolically with a vital more $10,000,000 to living policy
organ, the heart, We say, "be myv valentine," that is to owners and beneficiaries since Its' organization A3C Harold O. Byrd, son
say "you're sweet, you're precious." It's a wonderful of Mr. and Mrs. Isiah Bar-
thing that someone wants you for a valentine.I'm -Offers to qualified young people with a high school nes, 5940 NW 21st Ave., Miami

glad for this valentine day ,as I am glad for all or college background, a source of dignified and remunerative Is home on 20 days
of the holidays. Holidays give one a chance to refresh employment with a golden opportunity leave. Ann Byrd completedhis
himself. They give one a chance to say or do something for advancement. basic training at Lack
for who is who land AFB, Texas and wenton
someone special, someone is precious to
him. I think it's that should to 6 weeks of combat
good we pause occasionallyand -Has been In the vanguard in every movement for
training school at Ft
; do or say nice things. racial justice and uplift during the four decades.
past Thomas, La. After completing -
We seemingly have come to feel that valentines day is The
Company is of
proud its history in this
of his
for women only. This is not true; it Is for both men and respect. leave will reportto

:women; but like we do in most'things to ,our women we Lackland AFB, Texas for
* * *' *
give the greatest respect and honor. Perhaps this is a 26 weeks of Crypto Com
basic instinct because we all have mothers. We have CONSULT OUR DISTRICT MANAGER IN YOUR munication School and after

fathers,..but let's face it; mom is closest to us because she's COMMUNI TY OR WRITE: this schooling is set for a
been with us longer, nine months before dad knew whatwe tour in Germany. Airman
would look like or what we would feel like; there was Seaman apprentice John Byrd was a graduate of Mi-

:mom! Naturally then,' candy for the ladies! Central Life .Insurance Burns, son of Mr. and Mrs. ami North Western in June
.*" George N. Burns of 2707 1964 and attended Miami
There is no sweet, sweeter than women. Valentines- NW
sweet This cannot 20th Street arrived on Sun- Dade Jr. College. He enter
girl you're a thing. candy measure
up to you; this paper heart can never equal you. When Company of Florida day Station from in San California Diego Naval ed the U.S. Air' Force In
on a November
1966. For further
;J think of your goodness; your thoughtfulness, your heart, 14-day leave. -
'or your love I am overhelmed. Accept this paper heart 1416 North Boulevard Burns, a former Miami information about your
that it is symbolic of love for be Times opportunities in the Air
;)Knowing my you my newsboy, will report
Valentine! Please! Be my valentine! Would you please, Tampa Florida 33607 for duty in the Philippines Force, call Sgt Bill Randall,
be my valentine? COUSIN .. aboard the USS Firedrake: after 379-1702, your local Air
his leave. Force Recruiter.


t THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, February 17, 1967 7

JUDO AND FENCINGTO r, a Y .. ,.. -. ..



Carver Branch YMCAis
adding its "Culture Through
I Leisure" program fencing
and judo. Mr. Billy Hall of y.
Miami-Dade Junior College,
N who worked this past summeras
an intsructor will again
instruct. ,

BY STANLEY "SWEETS" SWEETING The program will open to "J.
girls and boys
; men and wo-
men. Classes will be held on
LINE.0-TYPE Monday and Wednesday in 1
Judo from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30: IIiI _, JJ
THE LITTLE RED BOOK: Instructress Juana Sar.I p.m. and on Saturday from
I mien to'8 art students of Northwestern' Senior High School 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. ;
displayed their wares at Dunbar Elementary last Friday All interested persons con
:J when Virgil Walker, Randy Gaitor, Allen tact the Carver Branch YMCA,
1 Lampkins and Fred Williams featured their 5770 NW 15th Ave. Phone 696- //1N Y o
L art skill in cartoons, self-portraits and other 0231. $

1 talented paintings. Police are still scouring .' L
the N W 43rd St area In search of that 4 _
J ofay rapist of a 2-year-old Negro girl in
her home that rocked the neighborhoodlast COMMUNITY
Sunday ayem. A sizeable delegationof
Miamians attended the inauguration ce- SCHOOLAt

remonies of Progressive Liberal Party's stalwart a city commission meeting -
Linden L. Pindlen's ascension to the on February 13, the Cityof
r throne of Premier of the Bahamas. Miami approved a $5,000
item in the 1967-68 budget to
aid in the establishment of a

NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Sleuths continue attempts to community school program ,at \
flush our bandits who held robbed and AHapattahJumorHigh School.
,, wounded Sam Lynch of the Florida up Realty staff In the The community school project -- .-..--............."" ..........'" ...----
R is the first effort of the
meantime, while Lynch lay In Jackson Memorial with a newly-organized ParentTeacher Here Is the/ second group of young ladies/ vieing for the title of Miss PHI Beta ;
50-40 ratio, one of the alleged stick up bandits gave him- Association at the school. Sigma Sweetheart./ They/ are Misses Shirley/ / Lynn, Edith Glass, Betty Moss, Nellie/ J. "I
self up to police Sunday because of injuries sustained in Mrs. Edythe Barfield is pre- Walker/ on Jacquelyn/ Williams./// The Phi/ Beta Sigma scholarship contest will climax r
retaliation from his victim's gun plus his own "conscience" sident and Martin Rubinstein c m March/ 25, and Mrs. Sweetheart woe crowned on March 31.
Opa Locka's Church of Transfiguration to expand. is principal.
Thelma Melton North's brother Cosmar Melton's bodywas
funeralized in Homestead Saturday Gene Butler
and the Arabians at Harlem Gardens. Freddie Scott's
band with Bennie Latimore at Trader Johns. Phon.t NA 1.7203 I Notary Public

1 Jack's
. SALT WATER TAFFY: The Collegians Club's "Sweet-
\ heart," Commissioner M. Athalie Range hosted the groupat "MR. JACK"
her palatial home Monday night with a "Cocktail Sip" POll I. STANLEY SWEETING
honoring members, wives and sweethearts. And now STYLES FOR ALL AGES
the Collegian crop has its eyes focused on an overseas AND ASSOCIATES
TU Vary UUit In Men's Fathlwu!
outing to Nassau on Good Friday (Mar., 24) with a re- *
turn trip to Our Shores by Bunny Monday. Wives and SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS. 4' PUBLIC SERVICEPublic
sweethearts of club members will again be guested. ITALIAN SHOE
"Social Action Day" for Phi Beta Sigma fraternity found 944"NW 2nd Are. Miami, Florid..funeral. Relations Consultant
the Greeks having breakfast at frater James Kirnes' homeon Theatrical .
Editor The Mloml Tim.
\ Feb. 5, followed by worship at Church of the Open
Door and dinner feast at the Harvest House during
the evening.
16351 NW 18th Place (Bunch. Park) Miami, Florida

THE WEEK'S WASH: Is vocalist Billy Johnson's ex
the new owner of Kelsey Pharr's Lincoln Memorial Park t : .w
Cemetery? ? ? Takes over completely during burial hours NOW SHOWING
Dave Akins Trio at the Rancher Lounge. Allan OUR CLASSIFIED ADS
and Joan Turner's hurried trek to Daytona Beach Feb. OR1YE-I11 THEATRE fIRING

10 brought a reciprocal visit to the Turners Feb. 12 .' .
Add St. Agnes Vestry Board member: Lemuel Moncur.
I He's Dean of the church's acolytes. Eastern Air Lines RESULTS
I reservation clerk Clinton Lacy's graduation class (Jan. Harry Palmer hoped

26) spent a week in Nassau as compensation for their this lovely funeralwouldn't

efforts. be his...
STUFF AND SUCH: The Dewey (Clara Brown)Knight
Jr's son, Dewey III birthday Feb. 7 That double auto Big Weekend Special
crash on Opa Locka's 19th Ave. last Wednesday post MIcILrxE
meridian involved passengers Hubert and Evalena Cole- '

. brook in one car and Verne Taylor- Tinker's son in the
other. The Colebrooks were crash victims but the Tinker Berlin i KNIGHT BEAT

youth appeared unscathed Theotis Underwood's frau-
lein Clara, the Dunbar Elementary schoolmarm, Is backat
her desk after a year's Sabbatical leave with their infant I
daughter Kayshelia Machon. The Clarence (Delores '
Smith) Browns are expecting The late Mrs. Winni- .. l >,>".." ."' ..., -. ..
'J" ;,1' ,!i
fred B. Rogers, mother of Patrolman Leroy Rogers,funeral _. ONLY LIZ COULD fl""
I IIMMV ,.. :' ,', ;1
ti"t nl't. .f :
from Ebenezer Methodist last Sabbath could be tabbed as -__-'-'PLAY THESE WOM -- \"'",. 1\ ;,"fi'J'l, I.,' '" "I'" ; :,/
-1 J IBIfft Y '
one of Ebenezer's largest. ; "Why. Nol Jonfgft'
\ '
THINGS I NEVER KNEW That "Tug" Coverson'swife HUGHES 5MAwoy
I Hot Tin :
Edith of Silver Oaks Elementary is a recent grad of ;
University of Miami. .That Harriett Shootes of FrankC. ; Bool\ -

Martin Elementary was among football fans enjoyingthe TAYIDR Fri. ft Sfft. '
Rose Bowl football classic in California New Year's Only( ," .,
Day That Patsy Evans is now 121 years young PAUL NEWMAN\ ; L I ':
F. 17 & 'II} ., ,' \
and Gracita "
That JESCA staff members Marie Nottage .. :," : -
Prather are enrolled twice weekly in Food Handling at BURL IVES ; ,, '""l.....&"'. lI l\,, :.,.,; H,,;"
Lindsey Hopkins Educational School That Ruby
Dee stars dally on TV In CBS's serialization of "The

Guiding Light" That the Golden Age Club is now And His

19 years old organized in April 1948. That its founding r. '#:, ft S ''I'..... :':! JOE TEX Big i Show

was Inspired by Lois Parks. .;,':"; lWiicMtMm\1n ;, ,. "
SWEETS TREATS: To prove that school-books and ,f ", ", t \;.: <:
church-books can really mix, give a look-see at the work i Day Only
schoolmarms Alice Harrison, Clarice Littles and Katie Dean
are dong as prexys of the Women of Transfiguration, \t' 4 '
Incarnation and Christ Church respectively Credit \ \ Sun. Feb. 19

columnist Dave Bondy for a mass of Improvements in 'Ptl1\ \ \ 2 Shows 6 p.m. and 9 p.m.
the Northwest area. His battered typewriter has peckedout "
aggravations which have been cor- "w
many agonizing ..
rected form the Bondu editorial whip. Dr. Roy Bogg's PLUS' -,1. ; ;, : .I.{ '' I '"" C''ft)':;:r,II 1.(, "
pretty wife Edith Is a social science instructor at all-white $1 :.\ : /' ?': "\: '

Tulane University in New Orleans And Dr. Boggs' 1150n CAL KOMRTS '.,,;.t ,.'10" ,.." .:,':",
mater, M re.,M. Evelyn Boggs-Smith, Dorsey Hotel owner, ut 1 "JfJr. *).
among those week-long celebrants motoring over to \ V ';
was New Orlean's Bayou area for the Mardi Gras festival. S\1\ Ua1 ,.\.t\ Tho1M Two ;:f!'i
toao". t.r. \ .,
.1 ioadsNoadr
f1l\1 It/t..M.-1". "fI" ,HOT PAPA TURNER_ :

MIAMI MUSTINGS: Houseguesting with the Frank MO"'O -' tdNT .
(Eddie Lee) Smiths are former Miamians Cyril Gibson ,11.f .
and Bert Robinson of NYC Bernice Johnson's youngest 'lout Trard ", Frank William i
11 tall '
of three fillies saw her 17th birthday February ft531.00\\ .
Emily (Brown Eyes) Pittman's mother Mrs. Della Careya Ui t His Rtckttfttrs "
patient at Christian Memorial What has happenedto t\\I\S1n'\\t\ \\\\1t\\ !
the Algonquins Club and Its annual socialulu ? ? ? ? K1NG\\ \ \\ \
Concert, a uperbonanza NEXT WEEK -FRI.-SAT. & SUN. ;:
Agnes' Mid-Lenten
Ditto Saint pbo 3'OsysX Sp .
That's it, brother, from your one-man-newspaper, 1 7 vst TrlO. .. \!.$ w OTIS 'CLAY .J a
who knows everybody and everybody's racket, but who 'aI'b'

is all ways giving some poor sucker'a break!



I-8 THE MIAMI.TIMES, Friday,.February7t 17

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I O. a-locka NAACP Sets Goals

The Opa-locka Branch of and others in the pro gram can
i NAACP is beginning the year accomplish even more." To Whom If
,', 1967 with treat enthusiasticaims.
.These aims are to reach ffMBM a
f |new highs in memberships and 1490 On Your Dial Concern

o Un counteracting: working in all discriminationand phases of BLANCHE CALLOWAY May :

segregation. PRESENTS .

tvt BY DAVE BONDU "Yes, the barriers of segregation -
b have been loweredin 1 Times Daily
I Fletcher Wade, former member of the Interna-
Dade County but there are 8 a.ui., 1:55 and tO p.m. tional Longshoreman's Association, Local 1416 of
still walls to be tom down,
It's all over. .even ,the shouting. The North-South "says Mr. George M. Brunt, Miami, Florida, is relating the following Informa-

) Golf tournament, that Is. From all over the country and chapter president. A dedicated "Any wtt.r. In tf,. world tion.
Canada, golfers came and had a ball. Lee Elder, from and tireless civil rights you wont to 90"
Washington D. C., took first prize money of Eight Hund- worker, Mrs. Brunt added,
red Dollars from Gibbly Gilbert, of Miami, In a sudden "let all sincere citizens stop 7JCKH5 COW From 1952 through 1957 I was a member of
death play off. I am sure you will find ,the details of the and think of their neighborsand HONORS AT Local 1416. From 1953 through 1957 I was
tournament and winners in Leo Armbrister's Sport Columnin their neighbors' children. a trustee. Judge Henderson was president of the
this paper. I can say, however, that the trophy ball The War on Poverty (EOPI) said Local. Since that time I have heard that In
was held at the Knight Beat, and was the biggest yet. A programs have surely helped 1965 the local placed charges against him for non-
crowd of 700 filled the room and danced to the music of some of Dade County's poor- 11UY 4UNIU payment of utilities for the building In which he
but let us look even further to was a tenant. ...,
Frank Williams and his big band. Dr. I. P. Dvis, Richard
the problems of the migrantworkers. "Your Neighborhood Trawl
Gardner, Ernest Hayes, Clyde Killens and Anne Lindsay They too, need our
did a fine Job in seeing that everyone had a good time. support in securing' better Age"ts" In 1954 (we) the Local had many difficulties '
Since the birth of the North-South Tournament, 14 years wages, more adequate house As near to you as your In getting a building. However, workers started the I
ago, this Is the first year that almost half of the players were ing, education and equal job foUphwto. Civo us a call/ building, but had to stop work for about fouror
white, and we believe that next year, the field, will be about opportunities. Much is being Ni dollvor. 1104 NW 3rd five months until a loan was secured, in orderto
even. Needless to say, I'm glad it's over. I felt as if it done in South Dade under the Avo. FR 98451. Chas. C. continue work. The builder agreed to changethe
was the last day of the Orange Blossom Classic, and I'm but direction with the of Mr. Roscoe and Webb goodwill North Manager.TROPHIES architectural plans of the building to combine \
sure that Booker T. Hayes Alease Johnson Cole support Included the bath- l
' Ray of all of our citizens, heNATHANIEL the utilities downstairs, which ,
", Beverly Young, Eugene Hayes, Don Perkins, and Mayme rooms, billiard parlor, barber shop, and recrea- '
share my sentiments. The 15th Annual North-South Golf I tion room with that of the Longshoreman's facilities,
I, Tournament is only 345 days away. AMEN. PLAQUESWORLD'S 1I which included the offices and an auditorium. This

I'I . I I II URGCST NFL was done so that the best rates could be obtained
I II from Florida Power and Light Co., and for better
IIl' financing purposes. Judge Henderson was rentingthe
Il''' Willie Nocholson, more popularly known as"Big Nick", I () billiard parlor, and the barber shop. He paid
is now in a mental Institution. The Authorities say that r 4 $175.00 per month utilities Included. Everyone on
"Big Nick" is still under the Illusion that he Is a police Aa the executive and trustee board knew that he was

officer. He was sent to Chattahoohcee last Friday,,after not to pay the utilities for building,and they are
he was charged with slapping a North Florida Police h. ti lying if they say that they had no knowledge of
Chief and threatening The Gulf County State Attorneywith this agreement.
a gun. His Doctor, George Segal of Miami, who
has been treating "Big Nick" for several years, said that
Judge Henderson signed a lease so that the or-
there was no question that "Big Nick" needed physchlactrlc
help and treatment. He said, "Nick envisions himselfas ganization (ILA) could.borrow. some money at
the :'Savior of Mankind'. Mental illness, like any $175.00 per month. However; this loan did not go
other can be cured. ,We are hoping that "Big Nick" will through, nevertheless the builder completed the
recover soon, and be his same fun-loving self again. Spiclilists in awards for building with his own funds.

We (the ILA) started off in 1954 with only $25-
HOTELS-PERSONAL GIFTS 000 in our treasury and we built a building at the
PRETTYGIRLOFTHEV EEKALTAMEASE ROBINSON COLSTON,M.D. lmm dlt world-wld dtllvery cost of approximately $175,000. Any builder can
PRETTY BOY OFTHEWEEK: LOUPRICEPUBLICITY announces the relocation of Phone Area Cods 305 look at the building now and see that, the way the
his office for the of
DIRECTOR-CITY OF MIAMI) practice 887.7407 building was built the utilities had to be combined.I .
general medicine to:
GOLFERS OF THE WEEK: ,Lee Elder, Renee Powell, 6825 NW 15th Avenue I ir J ,OPIIY

Gibby Gilbert Miami, Florida 33147 Z (@)RLD
5 Telephone: 691-0705 have heard from a number of Longshorementhat
Office Hours: INC': someone placed Judge Henderson in the hospital -
NOTE 10-1:30: 5:30-8 (400 N.W.77th Ave.,P.O.Box 1SSTamiimi as a mental patient 1965. have also talkedto
: Congratulations to Closed: Wednesday Station.Miami."a.33144 a number of people that had direct contact with
ChickBrounstein, who is a job developer for the EOPI, f f
he In the they
him during the time was hospital,
Central Staff. He Is one of the people In this town who has TF fake
have stated that "If ever anything was a
I broken down a lot of racial barriers in good Jobs. His "
his being placed In the mental hospital was one.
placement of Negroes at various airline companies Is com- SEWING MACHINE"REPAIR He was not mentally ill when admitted to the hospital -
mendable. Of course, we must congratulate Eastern AirLines
nor was he mentally ill when he was discharged.
for their forward move. They were the first to hire SPECIAL"
Negroes In their office staff and a few of the other airlines
followed suit. With folks like the Personnel Cleaned Oiled In Your Home
Department I &
I have had many Longshoremen to come to me
at Eastern Air Lines and Chick Braunstein the future
Adjust Tensions and discuss this matter. However; they are afraidof
looks good for our soul sisters and brothers who have Needle Belt Total Cost their names being known, in fear of reprisalin
'Free &
taken the time to prepare themselves for these better jobs. the hiring system through the Headers.
, Joe Tex is at the Knight Beat this week-end, and knowing Check all Wiring All Makes They (the ILA) tried to put the organizationunder
!j Joe as I do, you can bet his performance will be a great *1 Year Guarantee & Models trusteeship to remove Judge Henderson from
'I' one. Especially with Frank Williams and his band nudging office, but in 1953 Judge Wisehart stopped it with
I him on..Speaking of bands, we are glad to see an injunction.
: one of our great musicians return to our big 17 piece 6346242MR.

p band. George Wright, trumpeter, has returned, and he
and Eric Knight should make this the best band In Miami. In 1965 Luther Gibson, vice-president and Cleve-
Our band consists of some of the greatest, like: Sam land Turner, financial secretary got the member-
Wilson, L. Mills, Bob Cameron, Donald Perkins, Art ship to vote to ask for trusteeship unanimously for ..
Johnson and George Wright (all trumpet); Abe Meeks, the soul purpose to oppress Judge Henderson.On .
Lorenzo Kennedy, Jake Riley and on Trombone; WALTERS
Billy Miller, Chet Washington, Al Shootes, Rhodes .
and on Saxaphone. The Rhythm section is March 22, 1965 Luther Gibson and Cleve-
Reuben Hepburn on Drums; Harold Watson on Bass; The Greatest Name in Wigs ,' land Turner went on the dock and organized the
Lee Noble on Guitar; and Eric Knight on Piano. The Proudly Presents men to walk in and walk out on the 23 of March
band meets every Tuesday night at Bonded Rental Agencyon 1965. They did not want the membership to know
7th Avenue at 41st Street, and is conducted by Eric ;*" 'f Fri. & Sat. Only that they had misled them about a letter Judge
Knight and George Wright. Our first engagement Is to be Henderson wouldn't sign, which was nothing but a
at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel on March 25thfor the United In Person ,,' J gimmick to make the membership think they had
Golfer's Association meeting. . .Clyde Killens' "Nightin something In place of the minimum gang size.I .
Nassau" tickets can be had by calling "Murphy" for
reservations. FR 3-3488 is the number to call. Don't
forget to cook and bring your* own Bahamian basket. ERNASIMMSRenowned :'< have within my possession documentary proof

Prizes for the best costumes, too. . we were saddenedby how this was done.I .
the death of Edith Poitier and I; "
our deepest sympathygoes I )I IC
to the family. .Saw Margie Martin and her specialist in beauty car,.and' hereby certify that the statements made by me
two fine sons at the golf course the other day. She brought ; pKases.of charm and make who are true to the best of my knowledge and.belief,
them out to watch the pro's tee off. .There was not one ( p willb; iQII' and are made in good faith ,
woman, from Miami, registered in the North-South Tourna- our 7th;Avenue location offering: :,Ai: /' I'
ment. Ladies, we're going to have to do better than that
in order to represent our fair town, next year. I'll start' FREEIII FletcherWade

classes, again, if some of you will just let me know, you
are interested Our "little Chief", Garth Reeves, was facials 1f'Ut't-t/f. b/ /
to tee off with Melvin Reese, Lou Price and Steve Clark Make-Up ./ "
(County Manager, Head of Publicity Department, and 6936 N.W. 6 Court .

City Commissioner, respectively), but we think Garth got' : j :: t Miami Florida ,;)
cold feet' about trying to hit that little white monster off :'I'\F Charm Lessons Tel. NB. 75l-28l5
the tee. Mel and Steve were the "show-offs" with good rDo.1 \
long shots, so we suggest that Lou and Garth get togetherfor ,':r

a little practice before this time next year. . .(but at : a.1..l-- l oitWitneooea
Tre.,7 O <...t*
Miss This Notary ViA
least Lou showed up and managed to get the ball half (
way down the fairway. Could be he had to much of an
audience. Lots of folks can't get off the first tee with a
"gallery", Garth. . .We finally found out why It has Now Two LocatioMS Notary Public, State ol tloMt at.Drfrt
Mr Com ni {QH Fmtrr. V 11>1c/a-.
been so cold here lately. Chicago has been shipping it's :
snow to the south in railroad cars. They did not know :' 6225 NW 221d Ave. '
what to do with it, so they said, "if it doesn't melt on the .z- ?: /t '
way, just dump it," We left that part of the world to get ( ;
rid of snow, and now they're sending It to you. .free! 6011 NW 7A ,AYE. I. .

Thanks heap!. .Arthur Prysock opens the Diplomat ,ACR8SS FROM THE CONTINENTAL CLUB _
Hotel's Tack Room Friday night. His brother "Red"is "

with him. . .That does it for another week. Till 754-9820 696-9698 I ,

10 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 17, 1967



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do I Get set for another lively weekend with everything I know it isn't often you hear from ,men. But, Dear
from banquets to fashion shows. Starting the weekendoff Genie, I've got a problem. I really like my girlfriend. ,
right there will be a benefit dance at the Elks for but, Genie. .She just talks too much. All I have to do

I IFiA Mrs. Helen Morris, candidate for City Commissioner.On is just mention something and, right away, she's off and
I Saturday night, Lincoln Park Elementary School's running, her mouth that is. She knows all about It. I
w .- i PTA is sponsoring an affair. And on Sunday to round it really would like to continue dating her but, she is gettingon

Ia > l up, there will be a fashion show sponsored by the Char my nerves.
mettes. Earache

Dear Earache,
0 The Birdland will be grooving to the antics of Joe Believe it or not, I get just as many letter from men as
A; Tex and the tune "Papa Was Too." On Saturday, Feb. I do from women. Problems, it seems, know no sex.I .
18, and on Monday, February 20th, Mr. "Pitiful" Otis t sounds to me like your girlfriend is trying to makean
Redding will keep the house rocking. impression on you. ..and she is trying too hard. Some-
times, we women, in our effort to please our men, make
The Young Adults Club of the YMCA re-organized the erroneous mistake of trying just a little too hard. My
\ itself last Tuesday evening and elected Miss Gloria advice to you is tell your girlfriend, in a nice way, of
I Thomas as its new president.The course, that her talking is getting on your nerves. If she
club having reached a new goal is now striving loves you enough to talk, she loves you enough to shut
for social and community improvement. The additional up, at least a little bit. Then too, you should try to bea
I little more understanding. After all, you may be her
officers Veronica Miller vice president
new : ;
only means of release.
Fannie Shaw, secretary; Regina Shaw, assistant secretary -
I McPhee Business Willie Fowler Dear Genie,
; Regina manager; ,
My boyfriend is in the.Army. Last week I met a boy,
treasurer and Robert Roberts, sergeant-at-arms.
whom I think I could really like. Would it be wrong,
Young Adults Club is now conducting its member
j j1 ', Genie, for me to go out with this boy? I like my boy-
Drive.The members that and mature
ship hope more
more .
friend, but, I am very, very lonely. What should I do?
young adults in the community will join in its goal for
Lonely and Blue
//1 I personal, social and community improvement.
Teenager of the Week Dear Lonely and Blue, .
There is none so blind as those that refuse to see. Dear
Congratulations to Mrs. Cato Roach, Jr. on receiving -
girl, opportunity doesn't always knock twice. By all
a distinguish plaque for outstanding service to
,1 Sharon R. Wilson, a senior at St. Thomas means, go out with this boy. You'll never know if he is
; the 1966 United Fund effort in Broward County. The
the for if don't You said the
Aquinas Catholic School;member of the Juniorettes one you you try. boyfriend
award was made at the Fund's annual dinner last nightat
in the Army was a boyfriend, not your husband. The
school service club the National honor
the old San Francisco in Ft. Lauderdale.
Society, Pep Club, co-editor of the school's art of dating is fast becoming a lost art. Too often and
too soon, people today become "Married" before
alumni news bulletin; staff member of the Year- Last Sunday evening found Yours Truly at the
# the vows are said. Once they are said, there is no lookingover
book committee; tutors American history and Elks engaged in light conversation with several of our the fence. That grass Isn't any greener it just seems
modern mathematics during study hall everydayof favorite candidates, Mrs. Helen Morris and T. J. Red- that way. So, now's the time for you to find the one for
the school week. Also, she maintains an "A" dick and a new comer to Ft. Lauderdale, RogerGriffenof you. Happy Hunting!

1 average.In New York. Dear Genie,
the community, Sharon is affiliated with I know you believe that one should mind his own busi
the Amicaettes and Young Elites Organization; The Public Affairs Committee of the NW Branch of ness. This situation just irks me, however. My sister-
II, she was chosen "Miss Amicaette ]966-67," the YMCA will present Mr. Garth Reeves, managing in-law is just too, lax with her children. She never seems
';: hobbies are sewing, dancing and listening to editor of The Miami Times as its guest speaker at the to care about what they do. .who they see. .or where
?' good music. She has also been chosen as a next session of the Hungry Club, Wednesday, Feb. 22. they go. They are my kin and naturally I am concerned.I .
f debutante sponsorec by Zeta Phi Beta Sorority. His subject will be "The Role of the Negro press in want to speak out. but, I am afraid I would be interfering -
r Sharon plans to attend Catherine Spaulding Modem Day America. ((1. ., Isn't there something I can do?

Catholic College, Louisville, Kentucky, 1967; Auntie

and shall major in mathematics.She Dear Auntie,
is the daughter of Mrs. Winifred J. Wil- Cancer Fund Kicked I am afraid there is nothing you can do. Although you
son, Ft. Lauderdale, and the late Captain Ben- Drive are very interested as you should be. .your sister-in-law's
jamin C. Wilson, U.S. Army. children are her concern and not yours. Try too give
the children the guidance that you can. To meddle, how-
.., ,. Off With Luncheon
'"I' f. "
ever, would be disastrous. There 's no trouble like
ever, would be disastrous. There's no trouble like In-law
The Broward County Unit at its disposal produced by trouble. It's too bad it has to be this way but that's
7. of the American Cancer Soc- the national television and
BUZELL STUD'I"O' ,' radio network and leading
'f.Il iety held a public information -
:,,>I kick-off luncheon at the advertising agencies in ad- For an answer to that problem you have. .that you
[loso l N. w. 6th AVENUE; Reef Restaurant in Fort Lau- dition to people like Frank dare not ask even your closest friend. .write Dear Genie

ETg EATJDERDALE FLORIDAROCJDN' derdale recently. All of the Sinatra and Arthur Godfrey. today. .P.O. Box 8665, Ft. Lauderdale.
Broward County media In- On February 16th at
cluding the newspaper,radio 12:00 noon the area crusade
Television and advertisingwere meeting will be held at the
invited. The Statler Hilton hotel in Fort ;
included three speakers program Mrs. Laduerdale, Fla. Fred Karl, ;;
Laura Omann, President of State Crusade Chairman will .:-.-. Deerfield i
the Broward County Unit, be the guest speaker Harry In "f
WRB Dr. Roy Glass, M. D., First Greep, President of the At = Spotlight
Vl -Presldent of the Brow lantic Federal Savings and
ard County Unit and Mr. Loan Company will be the ,
John Thomas, Crusade M.C.
Chairman for 19661967.The BY CAROLYN LAWSON
BIG DADDY speakers told about the On March 6th at 12:00:
high expectations of Doctors, noon the Broward County The Episcopal Church is still in its drive to raise
scientists and research work- residential crusade kick-off money for its building fund.
1470 RadioFOR ers in he field of Cancer re- luncheon for volunteers will

search and treatment, that be held at the Viking Rest- Miss Regis Cox,a senior at Blanche Ely and daughter
this year will bring some aurant in Danla, Florida. of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Cox is currently a contes-
THE BESTLISTENING exciting announcements in Bob Considine will be guest tant for the debutante ball which will come off in April.
the care of Leukemia. If a speaker. Louis Fifer, Pres-
IN human leukemia virus is isolated ident of the First Federal
Mrs. Sylvia Poitier, owner and supervisor of Kid-
GOSPEL RHYTHM then a vadne againstit Savings and Loan Companywll die's Kollege Kindergarten is planning a relocation of
be theM C.
& BLUES NEWS would be a possibility.This The Cancer Crusade will her business to larger and moremodern facilities some-
year's fund raising
time in the months.
6th thru 12th.
campaign will havematerial be held March

Listen To; The women of St. Mary's Episcopal Church are

a ..................11........,............................. sponsoring a fish fry on the 24th of February on the
church grounds.
Mother : Miami Times '

Francis i 6530 N.W. 15th Avenue Boys Scout Troop No. 97 will sponsor a carnival
behalf of their scout hut.
: Miami, Florida 33147

Willie Martin c To all schools and churches having announcementsof
: Dear Sir
: interest to the public and would like to have them

:. Enclosed please find the sum, of S published in the news, please get them to me no later
Larry than Friday afternoon.I can be reached at the following
/ i to cover tue; cost of a subscription to numbers: 399-3639 or 399-5094 after 5 in the evening.Mr. .

Hargrove i the Miami Times and Mrs. Britton Howard Poitier are the proud

parents of a new son, Betram Renard. They have two
i Alail I Paper To other children.

y McKinley Williams i Address :
The St. Paul Methodist Church is planning for its
: City State__. Zip Code- : Comedy Etude coming off in March. .

luck Johnson Joe Fisher ... ...'
The Bethel AME Church has haid its foundationand
: Sin Months $3 00 One Yr. *5 00 Two Yrs. $9.00 .:
is beginning to put up the walls.
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'THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday February 17.
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OIBY Pompanctleach, -::1 I Why The "Y"? I 1 r

This is rally season for entails and make sure that M tZ
the Young Men's Christian the movement does notfalter
The KISMET CLUB under the direction of Mr. Norbert Association. It is the annual because we have not done
Williams and Miss Helen Albert are winding our part. JEti
when of
period men good IJ
Iftelr Secret Pal Week which was to include Saint Valen will forth volunteers This is the way we would ,
come as -
tine's Day. This Secret Pal Week will be climaxed by a to do of the most want it to be. And so the time
social at the home of Mr and Mrs. Willie Bentley of important jobs one to be donein Is now, for all good citizensto

, Sanders Park. any community and thatis come to the aid of the
cause. For a few weeks now
keep alive of the Ins-
The students;J faculty and administration of Blanche titutions dedicated one to the men will be seeking your
!'"', Ely High School are In the process of conducting a self. building of Christian character membership in the "Y", It
study for Evaluation by the Southern Association of Colleges and providing wholesome will not be a gift. It will be

and Secondary Schools. The help from the community recreation for our boys.It an Investment an investment
has been very well received and appreciated. is always difficult to in the life of a community -
contribution to its moral
measure the worth of a move a
The Ninth Graders of Blanche Ely High School vieweda ment or institution that deals tone.,
film on the Respiratory System on February 15. This,
with things spiritual. The
film was part of an orientation the It will be an Investment
to Tuberculin Skin
only time the worthof
Testing Program which will be observed at the school supreme In a boy. It may mean the
such an institution actually -
The skin test will be difference in success and fail .(
given to all Ninth grade studentson full
comes into focus is
in lives in
February 27. ure some boys'
when it to be. But
ceases no ahead.
the days Beyond Z
person knowing( any part of this, it will bring to the Investor
Blanche Ely Athletic Director Mr. Purcell Houston the story of the YM CA since satisfaction
and Football Coaches Mr. Robert Williams Mr. Carl deepest
Its could have
inception a of the hum an heart,the knowledge !
Jefferson Mr. Herman Balne and Mr. James !
Crumpler single doubt in his mind that this
that we passed
are attending a Coaching Clinic In Atlanta Georgia this the YMCA has done a most
i week end. way, we did our part to ,'.
and needed all
Important job make things better.
I over the world and that even
Miss Sharon Mitchell was elected MISS BEll by her now' it is making a diffe- Sunday, February 12th Appreciation .
schoolmates. She Is the daughter df Mr. and Mrs. Theo- rence throughout the world has been designated
dore Mitchell of 167 S. W. Fourth Street Deerfield Beach. and within our own nation In YMCA Sunday in the churches -
She Is a senior at Blanche Ely High School a member the business of battling'de- through out Broward Rev. and Mrs. I. W. Miz- robes for the ;
of the Orange and Green Chapter of the National liquency and in promoting County. The Christian Emphasis ell were feted Sunday morn- ,Mrs. Susie C.
Honor Society. Other activities In which she Is activeare good will Committees in the ing at the eleven o'clock services ing for the
YPE, Pre-Madonnas and the Echos of Glory Choirof Here in Fort Lauderdale three Broward County of First Baptist Church iety asked
the Church of God, Deerfield Beach. Northwest Branch YMCA, YMCA Branches Northwest, (Piney Grove). body consider
a segment of the world movement Central and South Browardare The entire church body, -MIZELL'S
The Delteens of Pompano Beach will entertain a groupof for a better way of life providing the churchesIn including the organizationsand stop in the
prospective members at the home of their sponsor, and for the promotion of their area with special auxiliaries paid tributeto personally say
Mrs. Juanita Williams on Friday, February 17. This good will, is doing its partto YMCA bulletins which tell Rev. Mizell, who has serv- words or with
affair climaxes a Secret Pal Week observance by the group. keep the "Y" movement of the work done by the ed as interim pastor for the
Prospective Deltees are: Portia Clark Charllne Wllks Dorothy strong, helping to meet the YMCA through out the past ten months. Rev. Frank
Davis, Alyce Bullard, Sarah Goodrum, Marie Blue, obligations the movement world. Rev. Mizell was praisedfor a childhood
Cora Moore, Gloria Jones, Phyllis Moore, Kathy John- the contribution and Mizell;
son, Belinda Goodrum, Marie Blue, ,Cora Moore, Gloria service he has rendered to ing's message.
son Belinda Black, Patricia Larkins, and Karen Kyle. ,the progress of the church. Benton

I Musolites Club Plans Words from the pf 'church appreciationcame body from Mizell and the a

Deacon Board, Missionary carnations to
Trip To California Society, Youth Choirs and Deacon
ii Broward I associates. Deacon DeGraf- sented a
fenreidt stated the
that Dea- the church.
1 Sport Scene The Musolites Club held 11. Sightseeing points en- con Board would be 100% Rev. C. V.
its regular meeting at the route Include:Grand Canyon behind Rev. Mizell in any ly appointed
County s |f beautiful Scanda House, (Sunrise, Flagstaff, Alber- horizon that he might seek; church, sent his

WILKERSONWith 8515 Biscayne Blvd.", Sun- querque Juarez (Mexico Mrs. Eula Irvin dedicated a preciation and
BY NATHANIEL Directors"e
day, Jan. 29. four nights in Los Angeles, poem to Mrs. Mizell;Vincent Kirk Bryant
two in San Francisco.
The meeting was openedfor nights Collins thanked Rev. Mizell pression of
the basketball season coming to an end, all business with the president For Mrs.further Thelma informationcall Aranha, for his Influence in securing from his ,
tournaments through Mrs. Marguerite Miller -
eyes will be focused on many 236-1944, Mrs. Geneva I
the Class' AA schools classic presiding. Plans were
out the state. With Negro Henry, 235-1238; or Mrs. Free
made for tea to be given
being held In the Dillard gym, we of Broward County Marguerite Miller, 635- PROFESSIONALBUSINESSMEN'S
April 30 at the home of Mrs.
will miss seeing one of the greatest high school play 5885.
5378 $
Dorothy ,
ers in the country. Howard Potter of Sarasota Bookeris N.W. 29th Ave. After the meeting adjourned -

without a doubt, one of the best in the business. You are Invited to go on a members were escortedto COUNTRY CLUB *
Over 100 colleges are after him and from some of trip with the Musolites to the dinner by hostesses

the quotes heaped upon him by college coaches, he hasa Los Angeles and San Fran- Janell Rackard, Ollie Williams -

choice of any major basketball school that fits his cisco, California, in the sum- Sadie Miller.Beckham and SERVING FINE FOOD Day,
fancy. One coach went so far as to state that with mer of 1967, leaving Miami Marguerite date of the
Watch for the
Howard Porter on his team, he could play UCLA. He July 28. and returning Aug. next meeting. Don't forgetthe Air

things Porter would neutralize Lew Alcinder, the night of fun, Feb. 25, at 2025 NW 24th AvenueFt. He
phenomenon of the basketball world. the home of Mrs. Helen Stew- Private
Even though we will not see Porter, we will get a ard, 14660 Filmo re St., Rich- Lauderdale, Fla.
best tfen players: Carver I 825NW27
chance to see three of the state's mond Heights.

Owen Harris, the amazing guard of Blanche Ely; Neal Guest Members Welcome FT.

Nelson, Palmetto's answerto Sarasota's Porter; Jose- RanchesNews it
phus Bynes, Dillard's all-everything center. In these Phone: 583-9681 .v. .V1-

players, we probably will have the greatest array of Emmett Most, Pres. Mr.
talent of any other one tournament. Frank C.
the last all-Negro tournament to be heldat
This being '-&, Wolur Bow. --' M3
Dillard, it would be nice to have a state champ. In
The South Broward VFW
think he deserves
all fairness to Coach Herman Pittman, we Post No. 8195 will meet Sunday -

this honor.It Feb. 19 at 5 p.m. at
4816 SW 17th St. and Pem-
is too bad that true deserving recognition has broke Road. All members, la Petite
schools but one glanceat be
come so late to the all-Negro please present.
the top ten players in the state will convince you

that these youngsters will be heard from a long time. Of Hollywood The Gay is Ladies thanking of every West Beauty

the state's top ten college prospects, seven are Ne one who attended the Pre-
groes. To me this speaks well for the state's Negro Valentine dance and show
high school basketball coaches Sunday evening at the Embassy & Wig
As stated before, this being the last tournament of Club in Ft.Lauderdale. .....-

its kind, Broward Countians should give it a whooping Miami Times Boys Want REV. C.V. FORD TO

send-off by supporting this great classic. ed in Carver Ranches to sell LEAD FIRST Salon

the paper on Friday and Sa- BAPTIST ,MEMBERSHI 100% ,
of 56 turday. Come to Bowe's The Rev. C. V. Ford, for
overtime by a score
to 55. The high point man for mer pastor of the Metropolitan Hair
for information.Star
Road St. Petersburg AND WIG SERVICE
RECREATION the Eagles was Quancy Felder Baptist Church,
with 18 points. The mis- Florida, has been call
DISTRICT III. fits high point man was Sylvester meets Friday Light night Lodge/ 8 No.p.m.542 at ed to the leadership of First Charlotte Phillips/ /
Lockhart with 15 Baptist Church(Piney Grove),
IVY BASKETBALL LEAGUE: the Masonic Hall. Membersare Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
The Senior High School points. urged to be present. Rev. and Mrs. Ford, along
boys played their first league their and two
with two sons
game Tuesday, January 3h 3-MAN BASKETBALL The West Hollywood Fire daughters will become permanent Phone -
The Falcons won by a score LEAGUE Department me eta Monday residents of this community
of 45 to 42. The high point This league will consistof night, Feb. 20 at 8 p.m. All Feb. 23. : For Pick ,Up and
for the Falcons was Bennie be
man Harris with 12 points. four teams with a minimumof please present. lie brings to the pastorateof
three players per team. this church a wealth of
the 1603
The high point man for For additional information Mrs. Eleanor V. Bowe celebrated training and experience. He NW
Clifford Wilcox her birthday Feb.
Big Five was
contact Mr. Pauline at sun- was pastor of Metropolitan
with 12 second points. Misfitsvs land Park Athletic office or 18 at.her home in West Hollywood Baptist Church, which he rt. LAUDCROALC t
The game
extension 373. for
Eagles, the Eagles won in call 525-2772 now leaves 11 years. __

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r220 NW 5th Ave.Efficient Benton funeral Home Phone JA 2-

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[ Service in Br r ,'. 'I; P. 0. DOX 419 George Benton,& Louis Benton, License-d Funeral :

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,12 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 17;,.1967 .


I Mrs. Rebecca. I Matthews o f Willie Matthews, 111 N.W.. Alfred Farrlngton 10450
CARDSMEMORIALS DEATHS II 2045 N'W. 62nd Street Apt. 16 St., Apt. # 14 died Feb, S.W. 180th Street In Perrine

f 8 passed on Wednesday 5. Services were held from died Feb. 12th at Jackson
the Liberty City Chapel Saturday Memorial
-- February 8,1967. She is survived Hospital. Funeral

I by five sisters Mes- Among his survivorsare services will be held Sat. Feb.

dames; Violet Henry, Emma wife, Hobble, mother, 18th, 1:00: p.m. at Spiritual
IN MEMORIAMIn CARD OF THANKS CARD OF THANKSThe Goodwire; Eva Lawton, V. Mrs. Viola George, 1 brother Baptist Church In Perrine

Ellen Carter two Frank Geroge, nieces and with Kev. Aaron Moss,
sad memory of the late The family of the late of Hackley, ; pastor
family the late
brothes M n. Alex and nephews. officiating. Survivors include
<'," wish to express sincere thanks; CHARLES E. MILLFR Sam Itlchardson. Funeral his wife;Maggie Mother -

r and appreciation to the many acknowledge th thanks the :services were held on Saturday James Barnes, 1720 N.W. ; Mrs. Elmore Farrington;

relatives and friends for kindness of their many friends Feb. 11, 1967 at 1:00: 55 Terr., died Feb. 10.Servo Father; Jeremiah; 3 sisters;

cards, telegrams, floral during their bereavement. p.m. In the St. Stephens Baptist Ices were held in the Liberty Viola Darling Louise Keels
r pieces and other acts of kindness Special thanks is given toRev. Church. City Chapel Wednesday at and ,Caroline Oawkins; 4

during their ereavo- Henry C. McDowell, his survivorsare brothers; Algeneal; Joseph;
Mrs. Thelma Booker of noon. Among
Special thanks to Father pastor of the Church of the Jeremiah and Melvin Far-
Tyrrel Dear, Church of the Open Door and the Range Funeral 14155 N.W. 22nd Place 4 brothers, Jasper S., rington; 2 aunts; Mrs. Lucy
Incarnation, Jackson Memorial Home. passed on Tuesday, Feb St. Simon Ga., Morrison C., Wright and Mrs. Elizabeth

Hosptial staff, Range Funeral Thanks again to everyone ruary 7, 1967. She is survived George, William B., 3 sisters, Walker.

Home, Miami Dade College, who helped so faithfully. by a husband, Mr A. B.Jackson, Lenora Davis,
the neighbors of 64th St. and Robert Booker; a daughterMrs. Creola Belton, 1 grand- *

20th Ave., the boys of 68th Lorraine Murray Miller, wife Frances Lowery;a son- daughter. Renty Jones of 1973 N.W.
and 15th Ave. the cafe- And Family
St. Willie Ladson Jr. three .
teria staff of Orchid Villa, 3rd Avenue died Feb.:9th at
brothers Frank, Gus and his home. Remains will be
Miami Heart Institute, Biscayne Bishop Henry Curtis,
fi Blvd. Sears, Lillie C. Leonard Holly. Funeral 3017 N.W. 51 St., died Feb. shipped to Flemington, Fla.
< comradesof services will be held Thurs- on Saturday Feb. 18th for
Evans Elementary, NOTE OF THANKSThe 10. Blshoo Curtis was one
1937 the friends of.Nassau day, February 16, 1967 at of this final rites and burial on Sun-
Bahamas and New York. family and friends of 4:30 p.m. in theMt. HermanA. areas most outstand- day, Feb. 19th. Remains will
Christians of this
the late ing community -
M. E. Church.
repose chapel begin-
The Albury & Silva He was born in the
MRS. MARIE HUFF Mrs. Virginia Mobley of Bahamas, but came to.this ning 2:00 p.m. on Friday

14 S1i )Families wish to thank their many 1260 N.W. 68th Street pass country as a young man in until 6:00: p.m. Saturday.

friends for kindness shown to ed on Tuesday, February 7, 1910. He was the father of Survivors Include his wife;
them in
CARD everyway during 1967. She Is survived by five children. Hattie; 2 daughters; Alma
MRS. ROSETTA J. OF THANKS their bereavement. Special a Among his survives -

SUTHERLANDwho thanks to Rev. Albury and husband, Elder Henry Mob- are wife, Lenora, 2 Williams and Verona Thag-
The family of the late
passed Feb. 15, 1966 Into ;' _!':>. members of Mt. Sinai Baptist ley; five sisters, Mesdames; daughters, Joanna Rolle, gard;4 sisters; Marie Cross;

a peaceful rest. Remembered Church and the Range Funeral Ola Williams, Josephine Enid C. Johnson, 3 sons, Florence Lazier; Everlena
by her devoted family as K Home for their splendid ser- Henderson, Lucille Knights, Samuel, Henry, Israel, 2 sisters Michel and Eliza King; 1

long as life lasts. t vice. Viney Reid, Sarah Walker, Li clam Williams,Caro- brother; Thados, 2 grand-

The Huff & Farrington two brother, Joe and Fred line Forbes. Services, Wed- ,chlldrea

William Sutherland, husbandMrs. Families Reid. Funeral services were nesday 3:00: p.m. from the

.daughter Ethel Mae Richardson, held on Saturday, February Church of God of Prophecy, RICHARDSON. .
11 1967 at 2:30 at the 17
St., 5 Court.
Three grand sons, OrphaliaJr.
< James Roberts of 3710
MEMORIAMIn Church and
., pelmar, AngeloRichard, IN Triumph Kingdom NW 13th St. died Feb. 9. Fu-

son, one sister, four brothers memory of our loving mo- of God in Christ. Thomas Holmes 12157 neral services will be held
one uncle, other rela ther, Benjamin Jones of 1361 S.W. 216 St., Goulds died 11 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 18,
tjves and friends ,.,,' from the chapel. Survivors are
MRS. CLARA GREEN N.W. 62nd Street passed on Feb. 9. Services Saturday
And BrotherMR. 10 1967. three daughters, Carol Smith,
Friday, February
"A 3:00 Union
p.m. Baptist Elaine and Media Roberts of
MARCBLLJUS GREEN He is survived by a wife,
(; Church, Goulds. Among his NYC, four sons, William,
,1 who departed this life Jan.
IN MEMORIAMIn 'W! ". 24, 1956 and Feb. 16, 1966. Mrs. Ella Jones,two daughters survivors are wife, Mattie, Rodney, Edwin and Douglas

Loving memory of our t : Life is dull without you, Mesdames; Ruby Chism 6 sons, 5 daughters, 2 step- two sisters,Minnie Hanna and
beloved wife, mother and sister .t, I but God knows best. and Jessie Boston;four sons, rothes. Marie Holmes of Chicago,
IJ ( Ben, Willie, John and David one son-in-lawone brother-in-
The Green Family Jones; twenty-three grand law, Frank Hanna.
;,''.t1 children and eleven great- Ned Haynes, 16722 N.W.
< this method of thanking 25 Ave. Mrs. Allean Brockington
Y. grandchildren. Funeral servo Opa-Locka died
+ the many relatives and friendsfor of 1213 NW 1st Place died
BAIN'S .. ices were held on Wednesday, Feb. 10. Remains were ship-
cards, floral pieces, do- Feb. 14. Survivors are one
15 1967 at 2:00 ped Tuesday evening to
of Funeral services for Mrs. February ,
nations and other .tokens
United House of Donalsonville, Ga., for Snal son, William; two sisters,
in the
sympathy during their bereave- Addle Lee Tillman of 3615 p.m. Mae Lee Wells, Susie Larl-
Special thanks to the Prayer Church. rites and burial. Among his
ment. Thomas Avenue Apartment more, three nephews John
pastor and auxiliaries of survivors are, wife, 3 sons, aid
r # 11, Coconut Grove died on Dill Leroy Speed and
+ Baptist the Women's Mrs. Marie Bryant of 6 daughters, Mrs. Caludine
Temple February 5, at the JM Hos- Arthur Atkins of New York
Department of the! Atlantic 1521 N.W. 61st Street Apt. Rambo of this 1 sister three nieces Lillian
o 'I t pital. Mrs. Tlllman Is,survived ..' re.a. ,. City; ,
Associationathe Order '#29 "'R *., '
Coast paaiefonSundayFeb.-* 2 brothers; ,'f';; :- Everett "of'Atlantte: CltY,Mgt
her William
of Eastern Star and Manket by ruary 12, 1967. She is sur- 'non Johnson and Ell a Nichols
J. and Ruthie Lee anda
Funeral Home. vived by two daughters, Mes- of Cocoa, Fla. A cousin Mar-

Renford Taylor, son host of grandchildren and dames; Sadie Bryant and L. Sheppard Montague, 1709N. garetta Johnson, a host of ."
The Family other relatives. Funeral services G. Knight; one son Mr. Lov- .W. 5 Ct., died Feb. 9. relatives and friends. Funeral

were held on Wednes- esta Ducksworth; a brother, Arrangements are incom- services will be held at 3:30

VIOLET FISHER day at 1 p.m.from the ChapelBain's Mr. Mack Gilespie. Funeral plete at this time. p.m. Saturday, Feb. 18 at Mt. .
Funeral Home In Zion Baptist Church.
who departed this life Feb. 15, IN MEMORIAM Coconut Grove. services will be held on *

1964. Thursday, February 16,
O. Williams
Percy 1909
God of the living, in whose 1967 at 11:00: a.m. in the ANKER. .
N.W. 5 Ave., died Feb. 10.

eyesUnveil'd Thy 'whole creation Funeral services for Mr. Range. Funeral Home Chapel. Among his survivors are 2 Mrs. Rosa Taylor of 1467

lies; Joe Grant of 4936 Washington daughters, Hermine Adder- NW 65th St. died Saturday,

All souls are Thine; we must Drive, Coral Gables who Leroy Wilson of 2190 All ly, Barbara Kee; 2 sisters, be Feb.held 4. Funeral services will

not say died on February 6 at the Baba Avenue, Opa-Locka Lillian M. Moss, Blanche Temple Thursday Baptist Church.at 4 p.m.Sur-at

That those are dead who JM Hospital, were held on passed on Monday, Feb- Turnquest, 2 brothers, Bruce vivors are one aunt, one uncle

pass away; Monday at 4 p.m. from the ruary 13, 1967. Funeral ar- Dr. Charles Williams. Ar- and other relatives.Joe .
From this world of flesh
st free our chapel of Bain's Funeral rangements are Incomplete. rangements are Incompleteat

Home In Coconut Grove. He this time. D. Bryant of 2115 NW
We know them living unto Maurice of 1514
g' Tnee. is survived by his wife Florence McQueen 74th Tern died February 13 ina
N.W. 2nd Avenue Apt. #9
d x 3 sisters. hospital. Survivors are one
James Fisher, husband passed on Tuesday, Feb. Marline Denise Bryant, sister Mrs. Marzell Darby,
Pearline Richardson 141 1967. Funeral arrange 1755 N.W. 2 Ct., Infant two nephews Bobby and Allen

Debris Forbes s.., ments are incomplete. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jackson, a stepmother, Mrs.

Hazel Fisher John Williams of 3871 Leroy Bryant, graveside Henrietta Bryant, a cousin,
Melvina Gibson, daughters Washington Avenue, Coco- William Holiday of 2348 services were held on Mon- Mrs. Minnie Jordan, a devoted

James Fishers, Jr. nut Grove died on February N.W. 67th Street passed on day at the Evergreen Ceme- friend*, Mrs. Amie Laura

William Fisher 8, at the Veterans Administration Wednesday, February 8, tery. Green. Funeral services will
1967 at Jackson Memorial be held Saturday at 2
Carlton Fisher, sons Hospital In Coral p.m.
Anr.ie Sears, sister DEACON LAFAYETTE CAlL Gables. Mr Williams Is survived Hospital. He is survived by '.

passed February 13, 1958. by his wife Minnie two daughters, Mesdames; Myron Keith Carswell, DEATH NOTICEPercy

His life is a beautiful memory Pearl, 1 son, John, 1 daughter. Marie Rogers and Cherry L. 2000 S.W. 42 Ave., W. Hollywood Olando
Minnie Grace Stanley, Scott; a wife, Mrs. Maybell parents Mr. and died
His absence is a silent grief Feb. 10 at the home of his
CARD OF THANKSWe He sleeps in God's lovely 5 grandchildren, 3 stepchil Holiday. Funeral services Mrs. Larry Carswell, Grave- sister, Lillian Moss, 1909 NW
garden dren. Funeral services were were held on Monday, Feb- side services Thursday, a- 5th Ave. Survivors are tt wo

the family of the late In sunshine and in perfect held on Thursday at 3 p.m. ruary 13, 1967 at 3.00pm. mong survivors beside parents daughters, twelve grandchildren -

RUTH# JOHNSON CULMER peace. from the Church of Christ in the Range Funeral Home are 1 brother. two brothers, two

wish to express our sincere When the day of toil is done with Brother Clifford Payne, Chapel. sisters. Funeral services will
thanks and appreciation to when the race of life is run, officiating. be held at Mt. Olivette Bap-

oi'r many relatives, friends Father, grant thy wearied one Dorell P. Gaitor of 929 Jerome Mitchell, 6900 tist Church, 1450 NW 1st Ct.,

and neighbors for cards, let- rest for evermore." N.W. 60th Street passed on N.W. 17 Ave., infant son of Saturday, Feb. 18. The Houseof

te's of condolence, telegrams, Leona Tail wife Wednesday, February 8, Mrs. Lizzie Jenkins are In- Albert in charge.

floral arrangements, dona- Jerome D. Burnett,of 3750 1967. She is survived by her complete at this time.

tion )f cars, words of sym- CARD OF THANKS Florida Avenue, Coconut parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nor

pathy and many other deedsof Grove died on February 13, man Gaitor; four brothers, '

kindnesses extended to usdiring The family of the late 1967 at home. Mr. BurnettIs Melvin, Norman, Jr., Dar- Cleveland Norman of JiuasGet
hours of bereaveme
our MRS. ALMA TOBLERwho survived by 1 son,JeromeJr. rell and Anthony Gaitor; 3080 N.W. 64th Street pass-

nt. departed this life Feb. 1, ., 1 sister. Ollie Mae Williams grandparents, Mrs. Rozina ed on Saturday, February SLICK BLACK

Especially do we thank 1967 wish to express sincere of Richmond Heights, Smith and Mrs. Amelia Ar- 11, 1967 Remains will be fir'DOUBLE

Fathe. Lambert Sands, rector appreciation and thanks to 3 brothers. Otto of St. Peters- rlngton. Funeral services shipped to Tampa, Floridaon ACTION

of St.Agnes Episcopal Church, the many friends and neighbors burg, Lawrence of Bal- were held on Tuesday, Feb. Thurdday, February 16, 3&COLORS GRAYHAIRBIACK
for cards flowers food
SU C celia's Choir and all visits, donations, and, other, timore, Md, and Robert of 14, 1967 at 10:00: p.m. in 1967 where final rites and 2 DRESSES HAIR IN PLACE
ch. pters of the Episcopal kind of New York. Completed serv- the Range Funeral Home burial will be conducted.
expressions sympathy. .
ct..uchwomen of St. Agnes, r' ,
ices will be announced theRain's Chapel.
the Scout Masters and Boy Special thanks to the Rev.W .
SCI uts of Troup NO. 77, the K. Smith Greater New Bethel Funeral Home of
the Baptist Church, Ushers' Coconut Grove.
assisting clergymen, Mrs. Marian Tyson of
Board and Choir members anda
members of the ,
principal, 1410 N.W. 69th Terrace
special thanks to the en- .
Washington High
Booker T. passed on Sunday, February LINCOLN MEMORIAL CEMETERY
tire staff of the House of
Scl ool and Delta Sigma Theta Albert Funeral Home. May Leonard Lewis of 537 N. 12, 1967. She is survivedby
thanks to the
r Saority. Also God place a special bles- W. 14th Street, Florida City a husband, Mr. James

*... H.and Rahmings staff.for courteousand Funeral sing upon each and everyoneof died on February 14, at the Tyson; a daughter Dora M. 3001 N W 46th Street N E 4-4197

Home efficient services rend- you. Jackson Memorial Hospital.Mr. Tyson; one sister, Mrs. Lillian .< "?
Lewis is survived by 2 Taylor two brothers
; ,
ered. Mrs. Minnie Troupe, mother E. JOHNSON
Glenda Hershel and Jo Ann sons, 1 sister, Ruby Lee Me- Charlie qnd James Chilton. 1.9199

Mrs. Anna JohnsonAnd Tobler, childrenAnd Fall and a host of aunts. Funeal arrangements are

Family the Mitchell Family The remains will be shipped. incomplete.

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, Fibroory 17, 1967 13

I Author on Negro History Speaks Here

A leadingmortgage banker, hensive guidebook\ Negro tral High School. Faculty 10U eJ1f.
Erwin A. Salk, will
speak to history materials ranging from members of the South Florida
teachers and students at the reference books
phonograph Desegregation
University of Miami and two records lie compiled the will 1
vo- Center also meet with Mr. \\ .
Miami high schools on Negrohistory lume based on his sparetime Salk, whose guide to Negro
on Thursday Fri- hobby of studying Negro his
history will soon be published -
day, Feb. 16 and 17, in con- tory.
in a new second edition. ttl1'S
nection with observation' of During his two-day Miami
Negro History Week. visit, Mr. Salk will address
Mr. Salk, president of social studies teachers at
Salk, Ward&Salk, 1nC.,nation- ytc.f.STENDERIZED
the University of Miami, an ,r ',\, \1!!
wide mortgage bankers, is assembly program at Miami
author of "A Layman's Guideto Northwestern High School and
Negro History," a compre- history! classes at Miami Cen-



i Double funeral services {
Services on Sunday at Mt. were held for two brothers, PICNICS
Mori ah Baptist Church, Per- Felix Deleveaux, 41, and .-..: .
rifle, were very inspiring Alexander Deleveaux,46,on II!
throughout the day. The pas- Jan. 29 at Calvary Baptist -

tor, Rev. W. C. Edcar, de- Church, Grants Town, Nas- Smiling Eddie Lee Pitt-
livered a stirring message on Dr.
au W, G. McPhee,
the subject, "Spiritual Dropouts" tor. The older brother pas-died man, popular local businessman HONEST WEIGHT AT FREDDY'S

and another during on the"God morning is the, after he fell from a scaffold is the new

Greatest"during the evening. while working In Miami. owner of the DiveInnBar J"K .
Five persons were added to Two days later the younger 1772 NW 79th St.
the membership.The was killed In a crane accident
Phone 691-9431, He I Invites "
observance of the at Kelly Island. They were.natives -' '
29th anniversary of our pas. of Crooked Island, all his old friendsto
tor begins Monday night, Feb. and boh had served in come and meet new II I
20. All are invited. Rememberthe World War II. I
sick and shut-ins. Lillie friends. Everyone wel
Ruth Harris, reporter. come. ( indf) ,
An 8,000-acre planned

and The Eastern International Stars of Masons the, community Is being developed 4ku ,, LIMIT 2 TO A CUSTOMER I
on the northern shore of
state of Florida will\] have a
Andros Island by the North, '
banquet at Cutler Ridge Com- Andros I SLICED WHOLE OR HALF '
Development Com- WEST DUNBARELEM
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Dixie Feb. 25. pany. A Canadian firm also '
Highway Din-
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10 p.m.,. admission is $3.00. new $10 million concern is ned for have something plan- PICNICSPURE ; LB 39
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somewhat new to few. Quest .
p.m. to 1 a.m. Thursday. The spot for modern, resort
entertaining stars from our top '
public cordially invited.All residential comminltles. night .
delegates and'member. swinging chorus line
will meet at the EOPI Center,
and dance
teams of teachers
17801 Homestead Ave., Per- Daniel J. Finder was con-
swaying from the bottom to
rine, at 9 o'clock for the Joint victed by a Supreme Court the top. Sponsored by our

Council.gin at 4 p.m.Brother The. parade will be- jury on a charge of causing school PTA in the West [).In- GROUND BEEF
Charlie Lee Bell, death by dangerous driving. bar Elementary School cafe-
president of the State Council Finder, driving at an estimated torium, March 3, at'7:30 p.m.
;Bro. Walter Frierson,W.M., 50 miles in a 20-mile( Admissions: Students 50$and
Sis. Eddie Mae Smith, W.M.; zone, knocked down 10-year- adults $1.00.Mrs. 1
Sis. Susie H. Willis, W.M. of old Geoffrey Holowesky,kill Grace B. Albert is '
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5800 NW 2nd Avenue CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST F. D. Wright, pastor

3165 56th Street Rev. Jarius W. Dunn, pastor women of in the
I NW The A.M. Cohen Men, men, men are :
i I Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor The pastor, officers and Temple are looking forward air at Allen Chapel. Once
Willie J. Beard, reporter members of Drake Memorialare with great anticipation to the again the men of this churchare
I grateful to the Southern second annual Women's Day, participating in another
The men will observe their !gingers, their director, Mr. U. Feb. 26,1967. Men's Day endeavor. Each
Third Annual Men's Day be Morris and pianist Mr. L. man is striving to come out CHRIST EPISCOPAL
EBENEZERRev. ginning Friday night before Thomas for the soul thrilling on top. Chairman for thisyear's
the fourth Sunday and concluding Rev Theo. R. Gibson, rector
song fest on last Sunday night event is Arthur Small.
A. D. Hall, Sr., pastor the fourth Sunday in special thanks to Mr. Carl The co-chairman is Albert Antoinette Silva, reporter

B. Ingram, reporter this month. Mitchell, Mr. William Hardee Ancrum. The first in a series of
The public is invited to On Friday night, Rev. Os- and Mr. Frank McKoy for the The youth of the church lessons was held on Wednes-
attend the Cornerstone Laving car W. West and congregationof beautiful solos. met in a special call meet day, February 8 at the mem-
and the Dedication of the Bethlehem M. B. Church Deacon w. Greene and members lag Sunday directly after regular bers of confirmation class
church, Sunday, February 19, will be in charge of the ser- of Group No. 3 thank all service. The purpose 0 f gathered in the all purpose
at 3:30 p.m. We are expectingto vices. members and friends for helping this meeting was to organizethe room of the Parish Hall, to

.,.... witness a great day with On Sunday, our morning them make the song fest junior church.Mrs. Minnie listen to our rector. The
Dr. D. R. Fletcher from the speaker will be Rev. C. J. a financial success. You are fi ..r Hill is the supervisor of this group will be divided as fol-
National Division of the Burney, pastor of New Provi- invited to our barbe cue sale group. Other appointed officers lows: children will meet on
Boardof Missions of'the dence M. B. Church. At our on Friday night, Feb. 17 at include Della Safford, Assistant Sunday morning during church
Methodist Church, Philadel- evening worship, Rev. W. E. 8 p.m. This sale will be heldat Supervisor, James school for their lessons while
phia, Pa., bringing the Sims, pastor of New Hope the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thorton, Secretary and Do- the adults will meet on Wed-
special message for the oc- M. B. Church will bring the Howard Berry, 15701 NW 18th rene Richardson, Treasurer. nesday night following the

casion.Dr. message. Ave., Opa-locka.Group No. 2, "Here am I, send me" was Litany service. All persons
Fletcher will also Come and see who will be Deacon L. Mi kell is chairman.On the stirring subject of our interested becoming a mem-
bring the message for the crowned Mr. Greater New Monday. night, March 6. visiting minister's message. ber of the confirmation classare
Macedonia 1967 and who will at 8 Rev. David Bradleyand call the church's
morning and evening services. p.m. Rev. Joshua Scipio from asked to
Members and friends are urgedto become the leading auxiliary congregation will wor- Hollywood, Fla. brought office 443-6349.
come and share in the ser- 1967.See for yourself, the ship with us. Please come gladness 'to each of our hearts Something new has been
vices. You would be much fourth Sunday night. Deacon out and hear this dynamicman MRS. E. A. MCEWEN through his message. added during the Sunday mom-
inspired, informed and en- Vandell Bovan, chairman, of God. Group No.1, ing service. The Epistle and
riched. Brother Edward Goodwin, co- Deacon Perkins, chairman is During the week preced- the Gospel for the day are
The church is moving on chairman. in charge of this service.Men's ing the Women's Day, there being read by officers of the
spiritually as well as finan- will be services conductedby GLENDALERichmond church. Services during Lent

cially, with Ushers' Board Mrs. E. A. McEwen, super- ( Heights) are being held on 'Wednesday
No. 1 in charge ofclass meet- visor of Women's Departmentof Rev. B. L. Turner, pastor evenings at 7:30 and Fridays
ing Tuesday night. On Tues- North Carolina.Mrs. Mrs. R. M. Harrington, repor- .(Station of the Cross) 7:30
day nights the auxiliaries of Day at pmi
the church are proving their McEwen is one of the The truly wise man does The Laymen's League is
living witness for God by most dynamic missionariesof not criticize the Bible; h 0 sponsoring a raffle-1st prizeis
their outward expressions. Mt. Olivttte Baptist the churches of God In lets the Bible criticize him. a Comingware set; 2nd

Let us not forget the sick Christ. She is also a mem- Christians these days accept prize is an electric can opener
and shut-ins; namelybrothers, : ; ber of the Board of Directorsof this. Are you one who a earvingknife.
Jesse Martin, 1054 NW 41st TTj (i'! Saints Junior College, criticizes.We Get well wishes to Mrs.
St. and S. S. Taylor, Cedarsof / ':' Lexington, Mississippi. Plan were blessed with three Adella Thompson and Mrs.
Lebanon Hospital; Sisters, ,,:'frt': '.'" :; now to come out each night, souls who have accepted the Ellen Sturrup, both are at
1227 NW 1st PI; Remilda ';/, .,"<"I'tI .. services will begin at 8 p.m. the plan of salvation. Let us home.
Sims, 2041 NW 59th St., Syble ,'"" Monday thru Friday. with renewed zeal preach the
Thompson, 5561 NW 7th Ct.; ii. I Word, the Gospel of Christ,
Eliza Cleare, Christian Hospital ," s which is the "power of God
and Edith Brennon, 160 until salvation." GAMBLE'S MEMORIAL

NW 49th Street. Iii SHILOH BAPTISTRev. Fellowship Day will be CHURCH OF GOD

Sunday, February 19th, A. M. Griffin, pastor held at our Mission Sunday, IN CHRIST
we will be honored in havingthe Sis. C. M. Myles, reporter which is located at 799 NW
Dade County Real Estate 8th Ave. Brother Clyde Jud- 1809 NW 5th Avenue
The Deaconess will havea Elder J. C. Jackson, pastorP.
Board worshipping with us son, sr. is in charge at our
as a group. Mr. J. R. Tayloris sale at the church Saturday. Mission. Seabrooks, reporter
the president of the board. There will be a tea Sunday You are always welcometo The Mothers' Board had
evening at the church, all our services to hear their annual "Influence Ser-
1 sponsored by the No. 2 Choirin Pastor Turner as he brings vice" on last Sunday. They
behalf of our Women's
dynamic messages from God's are very pleased and gratefulto

NEW MT. MORIAHRev. Day.Remember to visit and Holy Word. Remember all of report success in their

A. L. Shipp, pastor pray for the sick and shutins.BETHLEHEMv those who are experiencingsorrow endeavor.
Evelyn Souter, reporterWe DEACON LEROY JOHNSON, DEACON JAMES REGAN, at this time. The speakers of the hour
Chairman Co-Chairman were Mother Gussie Gamble
will have a visiting and Elder Oliver Crooms.

minister from Missouri for Men's Day at Mt. Olivette Baptist Church, Coconutat Elder A. C. Nance was the
our morning speaker, this 1450 NW 1st Court, Feb. Grove. Rev. I. C. Mickins is M. C. for the occasion.
Sunday at 11 a.m. We are inviting 19, will begin with the mom- pastor, Deacon Leroy Johnson The captain of Club No.
the public and all our ing service with Rev. W. F. is chairman and Dec. James 1 was Sis. Josephine Waldon
friends to come worship withus Tanner, pastor of St. Mary's Regan is cochairman.MT. and she was crowned queenof
and hear this dynamic the evening for influencingthe

speaker. most people thereby rai-
The pastor, Mrs. C. Col- sing the lar&estsum of money.
lins and Mrs. Anderson and You are always welcometo
all the youths of the church EVANGELISTIC attend all of our services.
want to thank Mrs. E. Pitt- Rev. Milton Fayson, pastorWe Each morning from 9 a.m.
man and Alvin McDuffie, two RALLY AT BETHANY
were happy to greetour all 11 a.m., prayer is offeredat
dynamic speakers who brought Presiding Elder, Dr. J. A. Elder W. W. Fordham, assistant the church and is conducted -
such inspiring messages and Roberts, Friday night which secretary of the Regional by Missionary Jackson.
.. all who took a part and par was our first Quarterly Con- Department of the General -
ticipated to help make the ference of the conferenceyear. Conference of Seventh.
Youth Day a great success.We The elder enlightenedus day Adventist, Washington, ---- -- -

are so proud of our young with a great Lenten mes- D. C., and Elder M. G. Cato, Cleo Albury and his NEW HOPE
people. Keep up the good All boards made round congregation -
sage. associate secretary of the
Rev. E.
W. Sims
from Shady Grove Bap- pastor
work. The king and queen reports. Sunday the Sunday Publishing Department of the 420 NW 40th Street tist Church and 6 p.m. Mary Mayfield, reporter
chosen for the
were raising School was well attended and southern Union Conference, Rev. Oscar West, Minister 6:00: P.M. "The Teenage
highest amount. For queen, the lesson was ably reviewedby Atlanta, Ga., will conduct a Pageant and The week of February 12-
Little G. Taylor; king, Larry the Elder who commendedus Colporteur Evangelism Rally There are times when we youth. supportour 18 is National Crime Pre-

f outer Total for the youthay on the fine attendanceand Saturday, Feb. 18, 9:30 a.m. need to be spiritually revived. Don't forget the state vention Week. Let us, as a
was $470.00.We the efficiency of the at Bethany Seventh-day Ad- Bethlehem welcomes you at Rally, Feb. 26. Christian family, utter a silent -
are asking all the ladies teachers.At ventist church in the Greater all times for this spiritual Pray.for the sick and shut- prayer, and urge our families -
to please be present Sun- 3 p.m. the No. 2Ushers Miami area will assemble at food. You are cordially Invited ins. friends and communities -
day morning as we will havea Board, Mrs. Jessie Bethay Bethany Church, where R. L. to the coming events: Mary T.s.Hopkins is at large to pray for this
meeting after service, so president, celebrated its Woodfork is pastor.KELLY'S 3:00 p.m., Feb. 19, Rev. porter. \ re- cause.
we can complete some plansfor first anniversary. The mem- The Deaconess Board will
the women s Day. bers were resplendent in celebrate its anniversary Sun-
Let us continue our pray- black with red corsages ST. PAUL AME day, Feb. 26th, at 2:30: p.m.
ers for our pastorhis mother, May God ever bless them. CHAPEL H. E. Salmon, pastor The president, ,Sister Lillian
other sick, shut-ins,bereaved Sunday, Feb. 19 at 2:30 p.m. Betty Ann Morant, reporterWe Rev. T. Kelley, Jr., pastor:. Mack is asking your fullest
families and those in the The No. 2 Choir will enter- Rev. L. L. Dean, pastor are looking forward to Mary Rawls, reporter cooperation.The .
Armed Services. tain the choir's Union. Retha J. McKenzie, reporterWe our Spring Rally with great pastor and members
v Visitors are always wel- We maintain, if you wantto success. There will be a Sunday, february 19 is will conduct services at Mt.
come. work, come to busy M t. will observe our Youth baby christening this coming known as Installation Day. Calvary,Baptist Church, sun-
Day Sunday, Feb. 19. Speaker All newly elected and reelected -
day afternoon
Zion AME.FIRST. ,Feb. 19 at3
for the morning service Sunday at 10:43: a.m. Rev. officers of the church p.m.
will be Miss Jestina Days ; Sis. William, out of town visitor will be installed at the morning shut-in Remember. our sick and
GRACE from Louisville Kentucky service.We members. They are
Miss Alma Brown will be the .
PRESBYTERIAN BAPTIST OFBROWNSVILLE speaker for our evening'wor- visited our church and parti- are asking our membersto ter Brother Robert Roberts, Sis-
Cora Allen and
ship. We are asking the other cipated in the sermon. observe the Lenten Season Sister
6895 NW 14th Avenue The meeting held for the Mary Lou Gibbs. We of this
youth the city to come and year by fasting, prayingand
Rev. W. _F. Savoy,.pastor Rev. W. M. Davis, pastor join our youth in this special past two Fridays will beheld a sacrificial Easter of- happy to have Sister Emma
Greggley back in
This Sunday is Orace'sMen's ,Mrs. Donella Turner, reporter day. Chairman of youth day this Friday als, We fering. You will be given a last Sunday. service'on.."
Day. The morning is Miss Brenda Prince, Cochairman are still asking that all the folder that will hold 40 dimes., '"
Sunday, Feb. 19th, the junior church participate in
This will be
speaker will be Elder J. D. Junior Ushers is Gregory Brown. Easter
Board will
Faniel, and the evening his to organize the junior Sunday, March 26 at either -
sponsor a tea at the church
speaker will be Rev. Savoy. from 4 to 6 church. i the 4:30: or 11 a.m. credit will NEW BETHANY
p.m. out
The Men's Chorus will sing come Every Saturday, there'willbe be given to you on your general -
at both the morning and even- enjoy a wonderful eveningwith ST. LUKERev. a sale at the church and budget fund. 268 NW 48th Street
our children there will be a variety of The Rev. F. L. Carter, pastor
ing services. All members J. B. Epperson Board
Also P. W. Williams
Sunday the No. 2 pastor
things to select from. We will sell dinners Hicks, reporter
requested to bring a friend, Sunday, Feb.
be up to date on pledges and journey' to Antioch The service Sunday was are asking that you stop by 19. Plan now to have dinner
contribute the requested Baptist Church of New Liberty very soul searching we also and help us with our sale. with them. You are cordially invited
Donation. Men'sDay City.Rev. Essix is pastor. had our Comer Stone Laying Starting at 4 until 8:30 p.m. The fourth Sunday night, I to' attend the Choir Union on
which The fourth Sunday there the Sunday, Feb. 19 at 3
Congratulations to the To our sick members at was a most overwhelming entire church family of p.m.
"Udult class of the Sunday home and those hospitalized success. The Rev. will be a tea and we have a St. Paul will go to Mt. yen Remember prayer meetingand

., School for their enjoyable skit, we pray that you have a speedy, W. Tanner was the guest nice program set for this mon AME, Opa-locka. The Bible class on dnesday
"Abraham: A Man of Faith," recovery.To speaker special day. pastor is asking that Choirs night.Our
1 last Sunday evening. The pastor and church Invites Let us pray for our sick Nos. 1 & 2 and Ushers Nos. doors are open to our
Remember: You are al- our friendsdon't forget you to attend our services and shut-ins. Let us also 1 & 2 and the juniors to go many friends for worship any
was welcome at .Grace the laymen are still selling Sunday.It will be moat remember those in the Armed with him. This is our annual !time.: Let us continue to
barbecue every Saturday. inspirational experience.. Forces. service. pray for our sick and shutins.


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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday February 17 1967 15
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Deputy CRB Director MARI E WHITE TO '" : 'f ''II
to Speak ," .,

at Church of the Open Door BANQUETMiss :rre

Marie White will be .
Rev. II. C. McDowell, pastorA. the guest speaker at the :

E. McNeal, reporter Fellowship Banquet on Saturday
night, Feb. 25 at 8
Sunday, Feb. 19, Mr. Ro- e.. p.m. at the Holiday Inn,
bert Sims, deputy director of which is located at 2500

the Community Relations Brickell Ave. Her speech will
Board will be the
speaker on r be centered around the theme:
the series of "Let's Build
"The Role of the Christian
Better World. Mr. Sims
a Woman in the
Home, Church,
faithful member of the
Open "
and Politics. There will be
Door having worked
with the other
outstanding personalities -
young people as director of ,,:, j namely, Miss Louise
their fellowship. He was an I Riley, religious disc jockeyof

instructor at George Washing- -/ ;' '. WAME Radio Station, M"
ington and Coral Gables .
Senior ,
Valdez Murray, Mrs. Harolean
High Schools. ::1 .j t.ll.
7 Storr and Mr. Arthur Evans.
Last Tuesday night, Feb. )1" .
.. This affair is being spon-
7th, was the birthday of our \...:; ,. sored by the women of An-
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pastor, Rev. H. C. McDowelland ,
tioch in
behalf of their Wo-
more than 75 members and
friends came out with covered bll II 'man's is Day$5.00.observance.\ Donation

dishes to help Rev. I Other activities for the .JIf'

McDowell have birthday a very plea- : i month are as follows: 1
sant happy after I w'
chatting and eating for hors I ./ Junior Matrons' Fellow-
ship Tea at the home of Mr.
all leftwishinghim
happy birthdays. many more ROBERT SIMS and Mrs. Nathan Strange, CAREER DAY SPECIALISTS VISIT FAMU CAMPUS The fifth annual career day

6930 NW 28th Ave., Sunday, convocation at Florida A&M University was held recently in Lee Hall Auditorium.Arlis .
Sunday, Feb. 26, continuing At 7:30 p.m. the Couples' Feb. 19 from 4 to 6
p.m. Mrs. D. Franklin regional employment officer Agricultural Research Service
the celebration of Rev. Club N' Spares will presentthe Christine Armstrong will be New
McDowell's 50th year in the annual family night. All the speaker.A Orleans, La., was the guest speaker. After the program, career consultants from

I ministery of all there babies will and be child-a reunion are invited. Pew Rally will be heldat governmental agencies and private industry provided information for FAMU students

Ibaptizedl at the Friends are always wel- the church on Sunday,
ren Churchof come to attend both the regarding job opportunities and requirements. Left to right are: Brunzy Hardwich,
the Open Door at the 11 a.m Feb. 26 at 3 p.m. This af-,
Internal Revenue Jacksonville L. V. Davis Florida
service. and 11 momingservices. fair is being sponsored by agent, ; Development Commis.

the youth choir. Rev. P. W. sion, Tallahassee; Rev. C. C. Cunningham, FAMU's director of placement; Mr.

Wiggins, minister, Mrs. Ra- Franklin; Bennie Dawson, Grand Union Company, Miami; and Nathaniel Pilate, per.

I Atlantic Coast Association to chel Pratt, reporter. sonnel specialist, NASA, Kennedy Space Center.

Meet at Mt. OlivetteMt.

Olivett e Baptist among the visitors. The Negro Moving up Prosperity

Church 1450 N. W. First "Voice at idnight"-,-beginning UNIONThe I
Court Rev. I. A study released In New portant and dynamic forcein managerial and professional -
C. M lcktns, at 9 p.m. Wednesday, United Choirs' '
minister, will be host to the will be in charge of the Rev.C. will hold its Union York by' Columbia Univer- economic and social positions during the
monthly business sity revealed that the Negrois change for the betterment of decade was directly attribut-
36th annual session of the J. Burney of New Provi- meeting at Mt. Zion
Atlantic Coast Baptist As- dence Baptist Church and AME Church, Opa-locka. All beginning to share In minority groups In this able to government hiring.,

sociation Feb. 22-26. The his choir. Thursday at the members are asked to be present American prosperity.The country," said Jerome B. Seventy per cent ofthe nove-
and time Bureau of Applied Gordon who made the study ment of non-whites into clerical -
welcome program will be presented same hour, the Rev. E. M. on Wednesday,
Tuesday evening, Sims and choir of St. Mark Feb. 15, 8 p.m. The monthlypro&am Social Research, of the Uni- with Abram J. Jaffe. occupations in the same
will be held the versity said a study of the period, also was attributableto
7:30 o'clock, when a num- will be in charge.Dr. .
same place on Sunday, Feb. upward movement of males The report said that In the hiring by governmentTOOTHACHE
ber of first
religious, civic and A. B. Coleman,
19 at 3 p.m. we were happy to by occupation showed the decade between 1950 and.,
other community representatives vice-president of the General have Holy Temple M. B. Negro is far outstripping the 1960 Negro males moved

will participate. Baptist State Convention and Church join with us at our white in changing from one Into the highest occupational

Three sessions will be held pastor of Shiloh Baptist last meeting. Sis. J. Griceis job to another at a higher levels, including management .
daily, and some' of the out- Church, Jacksonville, will president, Sis. T. Devoeis and the
The said this professions,
survey Why suffer agony? In minutes get relief that
standing Baptist leaders of deliver the educational mes- secretary and Sis. A. B. is true across the entire at twice the rate of white last with ORA-JEL. Speed.relent formula
the state are expected to be sage Friday night. The Dean is treasurer. putt it to work quickly to relieve throbbing
breath of employment from men 56 per compared toothache piln. Recommended by many dentists -
public is invited to all ses- the lowest-paying blue collar with 27 per cent and the ,Ask your ,.MwW.awpharmacist .....
ST. JAMES AME sions. jobs to managerial posi- trend has continued at amore for h'ed *
III. ;
Rev. F. E. Sneed, pastor tions. accelerated pace. 'ora-Jel. .,.........'
Marie A. Childs, reporter ZION HOPE FEB. 21st "The Invisible hand of More than half of the

The the government is the ,most Im movement of non.whlteslnto
"Behold, how good and Rev., P. Freeman, pastor Unity Bazaar, .
how first of its kind'to be held in
pleasant it is for brethren -
sis. E. Jackson, reporter
to dwell together in !; the Miami area bids fair to be

unity. Psalms 133:1. The Male Chorus will havea one of the Muslim's largest i*

This exemplifies the spirit carwash Saturday all affairs displaying wares of SAMPSON'S MARKET.
that prevailed in our "Home the various merchants of the
coming services all day sun- The Male Chorus will havea community. Theme of the ba-

day. We were blessed, both car wash Saturday all day.A zaar will be: "Patronize Your
spiritually and financially. musical program will be Neighborhood Merchant." Proceeds 1466 NW 62 ST.
afternoon at 3:30
held Sunday
The North Miami DistrictLaymen' for this event will go
p.m. sponsored by the No. 1 towards the annual Savior's
a Meeting, previous.
ly scheduled to beheld Sun- choir.Rev. Day to be held in the Chicago fREE DELIVERY 696-5711
and ,
day, Feb. 19 at Mt. Hermon congrega- Coliseum Feb. 26. The
tion will be at the church
Ft. Lauderdale, has been Honorable Elijah Muhammad
moved to Mt. Zion, 01 ia. Wednesday night, Feb. 22 at will give the principal address -
All members are urged to attend 8 p.m. We are asking every- FRESH FLA GRADE A
this important meeting. one to please cooperate with

Let us continue to pray LINOLEUM
for the recovery of the sick, us.The pastor is extending a FRIENDSHIPRev. EGGS
warm welcome to all our many
and cheer
the shut-ins.
up visiting friends. J. E. Jenkins, pastor

Please don't forget to Ruby Lee Carr, reporterWe '

TEMPLE pray for the sick and shutins. are still letting our ,,. ',. 9x6 '
Please members and friends know :J\ ': $239 j
Officers and members of .
Go to church Sunday and that transportation should be I ',;
the Male Chorus wish to have faith lifted.FELLOWSHIP. no problem getting to and '
thank the singing groups your from church. Our church buses

that appeared on their program will be enroute every Sunday.

Sunday afternoon. Call the church for the schedule 9x12
Churches represented were By R. J. McGhaney and the church's bus 5,4,98 3 DOZ $1KING

New Mt. Zion, Florida City; driver will be happy to pick : ,
New Providence, Israel Bethel "But they that wait upon you up. We are very gratefulto ; ; : "
St. Matthew's, Ebenezer the Lord shall renew their God for this service be-

Mt. Olivette, Mt. Sinai, strength: Isaiah 40:31. cause our attendance of mem- '
St. Mary's. The affair was All these assurances from bers and visitors have im-

quite a success. our heavenly' Father, how proved one hundred per cent.
The Pulpit Aid Board, then can we say that, or Our deepest sympathy to SAUSAGE
Mrs. M. E. Stevens, president, think that we are ever alone? Rev. Nathan Streeter in the
will sponsor a tea this sun- think' of the times when we loss of his brother killed in MILK 99(
day, 3 p.m. at the church.A were infants, we had no fear of Vietnam. Services will beheld GAL.
has been anything at all, so why start a2
spicy program in Shellman, Oat Tuesday LB BOX qaC
prepared for the occasion. each day with doubts Also deepest sympathyto NO DEP.
And ,. .
the Lord.
fears. Wait.on
the public is Dec. Albert Lewis, Bro.
again I say wait on the Lord, Eddie B. Lewis, sis. Oussie MEATY
and He will also renew our
Wright and sis. Ida Lee
Singleton -
MT. CALVARY whenwe
strength now as lie did in the loss of their aunt
1140 NW 62nd Street were infants. Just say to in Sarasota. Our get well NECK.

Rev. Samuel Atchison, pastor yourself when things seems to wishes to all of our sick. RICE
in the name of 5BAG59
overpower you,
The members of the No. 2 the Christ do not believe it. fai th Come lifted.to church, have your

Ushers' Board invite every- So until a later date, if God's BONES

one to come out on Sunday will, thanks, and my prayersfor LIBERTY CITY
afternoon at 3 to help
p.m. all of you.
celebrate her anniversary. CHURCH OF CHRIST ;'

The speaker will be Rev. ST. MARY'S W.M.. Bro. F. L. Thompson,ministerT. ;THIS WEEK. ':,;.: SUNSHINE

Simms of New Hope, Baptist S. Holmes, reporter
Church. 4798 NW 8th Avenue IUTTERBALL'
Everyone is invited to Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor Last Lord's Day, the HYDROXCOOKIES;

come and celebrate with the Dorothy Thompson, reporter morning message was preached -

members of the No. 2 Ushers' This Sunday, Feb. 19, our by B'o. F. L. Thompson.Six .
the invitation
Board. will preach from Ro- responded to
Cynthia Johnson is re mans 10th chapter, 11th verse. for re-dedication to Christ. SPECIAL
sorter The subject will be "Searchthe There were three restorationsand '
Scri The entire three baptisms.
church is asked to be present, During the evening worshipBro.
whose F. L. Thompson preached -

1957 The of graduating B.T.W. will class hold of a children especially were baptized parents at St. message.another Three soul-searching individuals \: '
Mary's. \ii
: !
:14ITE9 :
meeting at the home of Miss Please plan to attend our responded to the invitationfor : f9'
total of sixbaptisms
Jacqueline Jones, 1002 NW second annual Calendar Tea, baptism. A ,..
39th :$1., Monday, Feb. 20 at Sunday, February '19 at 4 and three restora- "" """' ,
8 p.m. Please be present. p.m. The tea is sponsored by tions brought much to the
Meeting of importance. both ushers boards. church and to Christ.

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16 THEM IAMI TIMES' "FiidpYt'fe'br. tJtt7/4P67; I

r The Key EOF// Legal Services Phil OssoferAs I

Negro History Week real battle over school segregation I
To Modeling Dy IRWIN S. FUTERFAS, CENTER ATTORNEY bows out for another year, involving the pre-
\P of federal to insure -
my thoughts to back to 1954, sence troops
Several persons have complained to our office regard when the Supreme Court pro- the enrollment of nine
A woman)guide to developing ing matters relating to jobs and employment. The legal claimed that the precept of Negro students in Central
rights and obligations of the employer and employee toward "separate but equal" was high School. The news item
poise charm and each other is of daily concern to many individuals. The like the two sides of a coin (from) The Miami Herald,
Feb. 10 1967) told of Mr.
they cannot be seen together. ,
complaints Involve varied problems. ranging from firing
techniques professional modeling William Harry Fowler, Negro
without notice to salaries for unreasonable
withholding an In tracing the progress orincioal of a Little Rock
length of time.Generally made in our schools since elementary school. Now note
Q. How would a Key Model suggest applying makeupto an employer may still hire or fire whomever that time, I recall that for' this Mr. Fowler has been
the area below the eyebrows down to the eyelids that. he wishes, and at such times as he desires to do so. Like- sometime after the Court's given the job of assigningALL
might have become puffy and might cause the eyelinerto wise, as there is no state minimum wage and hour law, decision, the Old South teachers and other
smear? an employer can generally pay any salary agreed upon spelled "giaduai" like this: school personnel in the Little
A. The skin above the eyelashes should be dry before between thepartles. The word "generally" is used, because N-E-V-E-R. I even saw on Rock School District. lie was
applying eyeliner. Powder this area and then, using a cake where the employer or business operation would be subjectto TV the stubborness of governors the unanimous choice of the
LittleRock School Board for
eyeliner, paint a fine line with a brush dampened with or under Federal rules or regulations, then such would of sovereign maintain states who thedistrict's 12,0000ear
water. look downward until the liner is completelydry. were trying segre-
Always accordingly apply.Following gation in their schools. post of assistant superintendent. -
'A waterproof mascara may be used on the lashes. termination of employment for whatever reason Man, that's' progress!
For evening wear, try one of the new bronze-tone shadows whether through resignation or discharge, there is This is truly more white
applied to this area, blending upward to the edge of the occasionally a delay in the employee receiving his final These and unsuccessful.efforts were Their tem- progress than Negro progress,
'U, eyebrows.Q. pay check. This delay can be caused by many factors, porary actions reminded me of a because many Negroes have
I have a ring which Is too large to wear under my usually concerning accounting procedures of the employer.In mischievious child who was already progressed to the
gloves. Is it proper to wear it outside of the glove? such an event, the employee's best recourse is to make testing his parents to find point where, like Mr. Fowler,
A. A watch or a ring is not worn outside of the glove. appropriate requests or demands for prompt payment, out how firm they were in their they communities.are prepared All'to that serve is
Try turning the ring inside before slipping on the glove.Q. or ultimately to Institute legal proceedings for the recovery their discipline. Well, they needed is for those in charge
At a cocktail party is it correct for a lady to remove thereof. This course however is often lenghty and costly. found out, although few diehards (whites to this late date), to
her hat? Following termination due to discharge, an employeemay are still rattling on. recognize the abilities and
A. woman may do so if she wishes, or she may attend be entitled to Unemployment Compensation Benefits Unknown rattle to them for ,civil it is rightsare the talents which are clothed i ina
the cocktail party without a hat, if that is her preference. pending his being re-employed. Such benefits are payable, death fast becoming; segrega dark skin, and to use them,
If she does atttend without a hat, it is suggested she have provided the employee was not discharged for misconductas tion's last rites. as Little Rock has done.
her favorite hairdresser use an Epic chemical relaxer in defined in the Act. Should misconduct be alleged, and I hope that all our cities
order that the hair remain in place, look good, and be should the employee deny the same, he has the right to found will learn what Little Rock
I a dynamic exampleof has learned that respect
resistant to moisture in the air.
where such benefits denied him for
appeal any ruling are the changes now in pro- for our fellowmen, regardlessof
Q. What can a woman do to camouflage heavy arms?
the alleged misconduct. gress in a news item from color, should be like our
A. For heavy arms, wear generously-cut sleeves with Among other matters which have come to our attention Little Rock 'Arkansas, the schools elementary and
comfortable armholes. One might try to avoid fitted, short, include those regarding Workmen's Compensation and scene (in 1957) of the first high.
or cap sleeves and sleeveless styles.Q. Social Security benefits. Under Florida Law, an employermust
What shade of eyeshadow is suggested for brown eyes, have three or more employees, employed as per the
and how is it appled? statutes, before he becomes subject to the Workmen's Com-
A. Usually eyeshadow should be in a shade contrastingto pensation Act. Thus employers with under three employees,
the.color of the eyes. Green or blue eyeshadow is sug- and those in the otherwise Excluded
Excepted or Group, DR. A. H. SHIFRIN & STAFF
gested as a color contrast for brown eyes. Eyeshadowis such of domestics from
as employers are exempt the statute,
blended close to the roots of the eyelashes about half and their employees do not receive the benefits of the Act. announces; the opening of the Grand Medi.
an inch up. The entire eyelid is not covered. A small As is well known, the Act includes such things as medical
amount is applied from the center of the eyelid to the treatment and compensation for injuries received on the job. cal Center with complete medical I and sur-
outer corner of the eye. Blend carefully so shadow, not
The Social Security law likewise offers Important benefits,
color, is seen.' and persons should make determined efforts to learn their gery service. Industrial medicine and Medi-

status thereunder.
Persons with problems In the employment field should care.
The Community Improvement Association contact the various governmental agencies for assistance, Open from 8:00: a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
PresentsANNIVERSARY such as of Labor. In addition thereto, other groups, suchas
COCKTAIL HOUR labor union organizations, can often be of assistance.As 3619 GRAND AVENUE 445-0694

Sunday, March 19, 1967 6:00: 10 p.m. generally the legislatures, local, state and federal, have
BAYFRONT PARK AUDITORIUMMusic the lawmaking duties, these bodies should be contracted,
either by individuals or groups, for changes or additionsto
By the statutes. _

Johnny K and Floor The Show DynamitesPlus Miami \ Do JGOW Know Your Tenants Rights?


,,Adv. .. .... $2.00 At Door'.n .._ $2.50 Miami Urban League has ,sent our ,a card"prepared by;rro/ecf
ENABLE with the aim of helping "People to help themselves.
Winner Need Not Be Present FOR All YOUR PRINTING NtFD? ,
The cards bear the title, "Know Your, Tenants Rightslll"!!/ They are distributed
for the City of Miami only. The contents are reproduced below.

BUYING A NEW CAR ?? Jnow /jour'/

tl rt.

\ JenanlJ Jeg Ito !!I

Do you have HOT WATER? The LAW says you have It coming to you

Do you have HEAT? The LAW says it's your right to have HEAT,

SAVE Do RATS and ROACIIES meet in your apartment? Your LANDLORDis
responsible for exterminating them.Is .

your PAINT several years OLD? You have right to ASK for new paint.

Does your APARTMENT FLOOD out occasionally without any fault of yours?
finance Your Car with Our Your LANDLORD must STOP IT.

Is an ABANDONED CAR in the court yard? Your LANDLORD should remove it.
Does your APARTMENT NEED REPAIRS? ASK for them when you pay your rent.

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

make, model and price
r i
4 2. We will okay your loan quickly and with no red

Y tape. Our loan policy is very liberal we wantto t

make loans.

3. Interest can bees low as 4'/j' % on a new car, and = OST TIME '

payments for as long as 36 months-the lowest f

// payments possible. We also make loans on used

cars up to 5 years old.


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right here in the Edison Financial Center MtNGaf
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i T Monday Twtidoy' Wednesday, Thursday 9.30 cm to 2 pm Friday 9i30 am to 2 pll .

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TIMES., Friday, February 17, ,1967 17

[ Carroll William!I
Spearing ......

Nominated In

Myj Who's Who _

r Carroll E. Williams, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Herman i ia
Williams, 1769 N.W. 55th.
BASEBALL PRO GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP Terrace, was among twenty-
TOURNAMENTThe nine students at Xavier Uni-
versity In Cincinnati who
World Champion Baltimore Oriole mound staff were nominated for inclusion
heads the entry list for the 27th annual National Base- in the coming edition of
ball Players Golf "Who's Who In American
Championship at Miami Springs Feb. "
Universities And Colleges.

Pitchers Stu Miller,John Miller, Ed Watt and Eddie
Fisher are among the first 29 major league players so Nominations are madeon
the basis of excellence in
far for the colorful
signed-up event.
academics athletic and co-
The Baltimore hurlers are joined by batterymatesAndy curricular activity. -t

Etchen barren and Wallace Haney and infielders ___ --
Bob Johnson of the Orioles and Dave Johnson who Williams was astarquar-
took third prize last year's tournament. terback at Xavier holding Rattlers Receive Trophies at Football Banquet Trophies were awarded to

Former Baltimore catcher Dick Brown, who was school, season and career six members of the 1966 Florida A&M University football team at the annual football'

retained by the club as a scout following a brain tumor records in all offense categories football banquet recently. All six Rattlers will return next season. Left to right are:

operation which cut short a promising career, is ap- except rushing. He is Major Hazelton/ Bartow, defensive back of the year;Horace Lovett, Savannah G a.
parently on the comeback trail having entered the also a member of the Xavier
golf Legion Of Honor for excel rookie of the year; Richard Ford, Pompano Beach, defensive lineman of the year;
tournament. lence in the classroom and on John Eason, Ocala/ player of the year; Alfred Dixon, /\/achua/ SnoJce-pff award;
Brown was honored by the Baltimore Club when he the football field. Ken Riley, Bartow, sportsmanship award;and Hubert Ginn, Savannah, Ga., offensive
threw out the first ball of the 1966 WorldSeries: back of the year. FAMU photo by Ernest Fillyou.

Among other major league stars already signed up
to tee-off are newly acquired San Francisco pitcher
Mike McCormick, Dick Bosman of the Washington Sena. ,',, 'I ', .;

tors, Al Kaline of Detroit, the N, Y. Met's Bob Shaw and ex-hurler Virgil Trucks. Looking

First Baseman Ken Harrelson, who has been trad-

ed from Kansas City to Washington, is expected to re- SPORTSWORLD

turn to Miami to defend the goft title he won in both
1966 and 1965.

The 1967 tournament is shaping-up as the biggestin

the history of the event, according to Lew Price,,
Miami-Metro Director of Publicity and Tourism.

The City of Miami sponsored golf tournament at- BY LEO ARMBRISTER OverLONG
tracts some 30,000 spectators tothe Miami Springs links.


the long-longshot Grand Central is the winner of --_.._- --- -- _.C---- --- -- ELDER TO REMAIN NORTH-SOUTH CHAMPLee

Hialeah's Widener Handicap on February 18, the sire Elder defending champion of the 14th North-
Hasty Road can figuratively throw out his chest and CLIPPINGS WERE HANDED to heavyweight/ champion South Winter Golf Tournament was man to the occa-
say, "That's my boy who won thatrace." / Muhammad (Cassius Clay) All just before he hand- sion in defending his title against a little toughy named
ed a "clipping" to challenger Ernie Terrell in Hous- Gilbert.
Hasty Road, hero of the Widener in 1955, is the Giddy
ton's Astrodome Feb. 6th. Harry Dale (left) and Bob
After 54 holes Elder and Gilbert had both toured
sire who
only won $100,000 classic and is repre- Jackson (right) both vice presidents of Press C//>
sented the Miami Springs layout in 206; on the first hole of a
by an eligible to the 961 version.
pings Limited, 2400 W. Madison/ Street, Chicago, /11/// sudden-death playoff Elders dropped a long-plus birdie

60612, presented the boxer with clippings about his putt to successfully cling to his title, and send up the
That "long longshots" sometime win the Wideneris feats published in Negro publications all over America.
familiar of "wait til next year" from a host of de-
cry ,
borne out by the record' books, which show Big Peb- PCL has operations in Cleveland and Detroit. (Photo termined .
ble in 1941 at odds of $34.60 to $2. The Rhymer winning by Dellahoussaye' ) pr9s.INTERNATIONAL
the next year as a "field" horse at $32.80 to $2, El
Mono in 1948 to $32.40 to $2, Land-locked at $70 to $2 FLAIR SEEN AT TOURNEYSo
in 1954, and Primordial at $20.80 to $2 in 1965. In 29 large was the field and so wide was the pro-
runnings of the Widener, favorites have won on only 11 fiency range of the players that the directors found
occasions. themselves faced with a dozen flites to direct; and
hats fly off to these men and women who did such a
Grand Central, who in four years of racing has masterful job.
scored eight victories, 20 seconds, three thirds and

earned a total of $44,410, has an interesting history. The Championship Flite, which is the top amateur

division saw some real up and coming players, to attest -
to this Jim Jewel of Miami, the winner carded a
Keep watching the horses in my column. Last low -nedalist. 70; runner up was' Doran Docet, a bold,
week two of my choices ran. Captain Lex won paid fearless player from Quebec, Canada.
$4.60. That's better than tearing up your ticket, and

Poptail ran second paid $8.00 for place and $6.20 for First Flite winners Pete Short, Saginow, Michigan,
show. They were the only two horses to run from my
runner-up, Hank Moore, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
selections: Second Flite: Robert Reeves, Chicago, runner-up,
Better Hit Training very well, ready.
Clarence Webb, Dayton, Ohio.
Color Me Gone vine ready.
Grape says
Third Flite: Levi Battle, Linden, New Jersey,
Self Winder Don't let this one get away.
Pearl Harbor See you at the winner's circle. .,r a runner-up Everett Clarke, Miami.
Finance King A galop next time. f h


Although Floyd Patterson did n ot have anyone to WOMEN'S DIVISIONIt
beat last Monday night in his bout with Willie Johnson, h.,.> ;rytppp was please to watch the grace and poise of
when he knocked him out in the 3rd round, Pattersondid :Sj Renee Powell, young star from East Canton, Ohio.
look a lot like the old champ of yesteryear, over rr

4,000fight fans did not come to see too much of a fight, She ran away from the field winning easily after
but the name of Patterson who merely came for a work Oy. V Ygyy posting a low medalist 76 as a sample of her ability,
out received a standing ovation, which he deserves. He S '. was Juanita Hill.
is a gentleman in all respects, admired and liked by the ) '.9: ": ) runner-up
sports world. Sports writers can't write a bad word : tutI o4C.,
about him. He is a credit to his race. He followed in the 1:1: .::".t?<:' Miss Powell, who has already received, national

shoes of Joe Louis, another all-time great. I am not : "-'fi ; acclaim is definitely on the way up and! will soon be
going to mention another shotat Clay for Floyd yet will .4r ; one of the shining stars among women golfers.

wait until the time comes. i\.. l ,
..... '< ; ''r- ,,'It ".
'. ;''1'.1-..:' \*,. "} (Jt. #\<0'. CITY OFFICIALS ENJOYED THE
t. *' e 'I.
r._ >/ ;. (:., {"<' 1..t"i. *" ..xw TOURNAMENTThe
..x 'W.9> .' ",,;. Itttinr,, t .SCOTCH. W 1,.:, Jh North-South Tournament committee was most

MUHAMMAD'S I I MOSQUE) No. 29 endorsement pleased to have on the the city tournament fathers by personally teeing-off stamp with their the

Presents a ] rest of the happy gang, who came from so far and such

Unity BazaarTUESDAY wasliere! bitter cold to play golf in the Miami sunshine.

City Manager, Melvin Reese, vice mayor Stephen

FEBRUARY 21 it 1967 4 P. M. 12 P. M. Can a Scotch actually taste good?Ask the bom-and- Clarke and Lew Price of the Convention Bureau may not
bred Scotch drinker They've been smacking their be of pro calibre;but they can and will hit the ball for
At MUHAMMAD'S MOSQUE lips over John Begg for years. Suddenly this grand fun.
5245 N. W. 7th Avenue, Miami, Florida old name u on the tip of everybody's tongue. Take a -<<1

Exhibit Entertainment Refreshment peg o'Begg.It'. a wee bit better than the best,"say The tournament was a good one with many innova-

Bargain Galore.Donation the poetic Scots of their treasured John Begg,whose tions that made playing more pleasurable; and already
$1.25 At Door $1.50 taste is gentle and whose price ial light word from the committee is that plans for a better tour
INS 111X8(1 SCtTCI WHIIKIH-M'10 or.WMITEIIV JANH.mass(...SIC I nament next year are now being considered.THE'MIAMI .

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18 THE.MIAMI TIMES Friday February 17 1967
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King Realty Inc.
27th Ave. WALL TO WALL 3-6 PM
CARPET CLEANINGIn Open of Miami, Realtor

& 46th St. 1360 NW 88 STREET
homes or offices at 8000 NW 7 Ave.
reasonable prices. Very nice CBS home, 3 bedroom, 2 bath,

BEST COOKED HICKORY RIBS For Free Call:Estimates Fla room, front porch, carport. ';M PL 1-9708 *

ANDCHICKEN Tip Top Realtors

IN TOWN ARNOLDAT (85-0021 947-71II J2' i '

r 696-4662 .13906 NW 1 AVENUE rH" ,I. ";Sl,_i'I'"l"f,'IS, 'lr t'l', 'I-, ,i ,.S
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LOVELY 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH,CBS HOME Lovely 3 bedroom, CBS, Fla room, (can be used
GORGEOUSLY LANDSCAPED for 4th bedroom) enclosed front porch, carport,
FRESHLY PAINTED Sell Time at Universal tile roof, 2 reverse cycle air conditioners, wallto
wall carpeting, laundry room, extra deep lot.
61 NW 84 STREET 4600 NW SEVENTH AVENUE FHA price $15,500, $450 down and $93.33 month.

Call Owner PL 8-0290 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS, tile roof, carport, central
See Over 200 heating, awnings, appliances, fenced yard, large
picture window. FHA price $15,000, $450 down ,
", Homes-FHA & VAQualifiedNonQualified $93.33 month. Seller pays all your costsl
lest Buys i in Town .' ', NO RED TAPE-MOVE IN

Modern 3 bedroom CBS, carport, awnings, jalousie -
windows, sprinkler system. $1,000 down
NO CLOSING COSTS ON THE FOLLOWING and take over FHA mortgage of $10,790 at 5'4' % in

LARGE CBS 4 BEDROOM. Enclosed porch, din- terest. $82.67 month pays everything. Move inl
ing room, 2 car garage, carport, (urn Ish.d. No As Low As $100 Down LARGE DUPLEX IN ALLAPATTAH AREA
qualifying. $1,000 down.$85 month.$10,000 total. Corner CBS 2 bedrooms each side, tile roof,
awning windows, appliances, owner will paint
ARCOLA GARDENS CBS BEAUTY on large lot. inside and out, refinish floors, make like newl
2 bedrooms, screened porch, dining room, utility Modern 2 bedroom CBS with garage. $300 FHA price $16,000 with $600 down and $98.78
( rooms stove, $300 down, $78 month.
carport down FHA low monthly clo- month and seller all
$12,500 FHA. Near stores and buses. payments, no pays closing costs.
sing costs. Near our office. 1610 NW 93 STREET

ALLAPATTAH AREA. Large CBS, 2 bedroomson Beautiful CBS in wonderful location, near school,
2 lots. Appliances, air cond. All huge r oms. Big 4 bedroom CBS, with large yard, fruit shopping, buses. Flat tile roof, awnings, awn-
$300 down. $75 month.$12,000 FHA.Nearstores, trees, terrazzo floors, all for $100 down with ing windows, picture window, carport, sprinkler
f I'" schools and buses. #221 certificate.New system, a better homel Price 513,000$400 down,
$80.82 month and seller pays all closing costs.
NO QUALIFYING. $75 MO. CBS, 2 bedroom,
large Fla. room, utility room, carport, appliances, houses being built, close-in locations.
newly painted, ftneed.$1,000 down. $8,500 total. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, garage, all custom-built. BUNCHE PARK BARGAIN
10% down, best terms. 3 bedroom, CBS like new, awning windows, uw
2 BEAUTIFUL HOUSES ON I LOT. Completely roof, freshly painted inside and out. Price only
f furnish., garage. No qualifying. $75 mo. $1,000 THE PRICE IS RIGHT WITH $9,500 with $300 down, $59.01 month and seller
down, $7,000 total. SONNY WRIGHT, REALTOR pays all closing costt.

dining room, utility room, carport, appliances. 2
v area. $600 down, $16,500 FHA. Universal $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING
Estate Inc. x

i \'Life Realty I :' Broker

4.. 4600 NW 7th Ave. .

SHELL .REALTYSROKER R 4932 ,NW '7th, ,Ae' PL' :9-4371:'
751-8 642
4240 NW 71k AM. 751-5551 Open.; .Day.;PePWesEMenfnAs; ,XooJJ '. ;

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THE MIAMI" TIMES, Frfdoy, February 17:; 1967 19


CLASSIFIED! ADS Vacancy HELP exist WANTED for registered

sales management.lady capable Opportunity of office ex- LET'S T All{ POLITICSBy

i5cr2RDJl05J-ESSL50- ADDITIONAL WORD. cellent. Midwest Realty, NE NORMAN K. JONES '-t

Wanted mothers helper. Weekends

FOR SALE FOR SALE Fr.-Sun Apply Satur most recent visit to Riviera Beach on the occasion
1621 NW 58 th day after 8 p.m. 870 NW 84th
Street of the meet of the board and executive committee of FlorIda

House on lot. Zoned for apts. Drive 3 Bedrooms 2001 NW 84th Street Terrace. Voters League, Inc. deserves more than passing comment
by 830
NW 84th
church St. Best --------
nursery, total price CBS with oak floors, large The local committee provided the most hos-
$4600. Vi cash., Balance $40 section, CBS, carport, very kitchen Wake Up! If your husband gracious
month. Call owner, Holly nice Fla room, my best buy. one owner house. lost his job today would you pitality ever given a board meeting.
wood, 987-4668. $450 down, vets, $100. Total $9800 FHA valuation. $250 be able to help financially?Investigate Following business sessions and lunch at the well

.", '-' -. --- $14,300 FHA terms. A. Ben- down plus prepayments. No how par time work appointed CapL Alex Restaurant, a hospitality hour
3 duplexes for sale. All good Kori, Realtor, anytime 751- closing costs. $71.12 per today could assure you of a was held at the very lovely home of Mr and Mrs. Gainey

locations. No qualifying, 2243. month pays all. Qiscayne Realty good income tomorrow. Call which provided an informal opportunity for visiting board

reasonable down payments. ---- Inc. Broker, 7598600. 621-8552 between 7 a.m. and members and local league members to meet and of course

Call broker right now. MartinM. Edison Area -.--- 10 p.m. for interview. No engage In their favorite subject, "politics of course."
Berney, 624-6983. by 4755 NW 5th Ave. Opa-locka obligation. (Feb. 24) Guest of honor was the personable Mayor of Riviera
Nice corner, bedroom CBS, CBS with carporte, tile roof, --
-- Beach Jake Bosma a astute politician with tremendous
eking young
bedroom 1 bath $12.500 FHA terms total. fenced yard, many extras. Chef
3 CBS. Car- for
utility room, almost $400 down, vets $100. This Terrazzo floors. $12,000 FHA Able to take complete chargeof potential higher possessing the attributes -
lot. Take is very nice. A. Ben-Kort, valuation. $300 down plus kitchen and manage help, upon which the state Democratic party can projecta

Large of $80 month.over Down pay- Realtor, anytime, 751-2243. prepayments. No
ments reasonable.per Excel- ---- costs. $86.08 per month pays starting salary, living Sharing honors with Mayor Bosma were Atty. A Mal

payment 2 Homes all. Biscayne Realty Inc. quarters: apt. fum. if needed. colm Cunningham first Negro Councilman in Florida and
location. Call broker ,
lent Drive by 1875 NW 90th st. 7598600. Phone for appointment Mr. Al Bowe a native of the Bahamas who gave a most Informative -

right now. Martin M. Berney Completely fenced, lovely Cox, 248-1351 Homestead, analysis of the recent political shakeup in the islands
624-6983. --
big 2 bedroom, 2 bath, cus- -- Fla. which saw the people's party gain control by a narrow
--- tom built, living room, 18x38 FOR RENT ----
3 bedroom, 1 bath, CBS, margin for the first time.
rear 1 bedroom. Senior
verv nice. beauty operation.
refurnished Apt. furn. 2 bedroom The banquet in the well attended
being near Value $21,000 selling for ,reasona- location, good working condi- evening by representative -
school and buses. Low down $18,000 FHA terms. Key at ble. 691-2014. tions, 758-3901. white and Negro citizens,featuring a stirring address by

payment. No qualifying. Mar- office, A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, -----' ----- Atty. Ernest Jackson climaxed a most rewarding day of
tin M. Berney, Broker, 624- anytime, 751-2243. Room for working couple. Use Needs beautician with a fol- political and social activities.

6983. -r---- 633-7998.of living' room and kitchen, lowing who desires beautiful Palm Beach Cpunty is an outstanding example of Negro

Edison Area location. 4310 NW 7th Ave. political organization and participation with organized, active -
2 bedroom, 1 bath, CBs, near Drive by 5661 NW 6th Ave. ---- 757-9254 or 691-2747 after 5 leagues in the major cities as well as a catch-all county
Rooms. Men only. Gentlemen
schools, buses, shopping. Custom built, 2 bedroom, 2 preferred. Single p.m. (March 3) wide league. ,Other counties in the state could well'take a
Large lot. Extra Fla room. bath occupancy
Fla room, garage, large ---- lesson.
only. 1430 NW 68th
Low down payment.Move rightin. Street.
lot, key at office, see this
Such has
----- organized political participation paid off handsomely -
No qualifying. Call Broker, one inside. You will like.
Martin M. Berney, 624-6983. Total $15,000 FHA. $450 Unfurn. apt. 566 NW 22nd St. as Indicated by the election and re-election of

---- down. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, $19 per week. Immediate oc- MIAMI TIMES Cunningham and the very close contests of other Negroes

Look) Sale on garden plants. anytime, 751-2243. cupancy. Call agency, 444- seeking public offices. Keep an eye on Palm Beach County

Selling out cheap. 1475 NW ...---- 6126. Evenings 448-2824 Mr. ADS" for future political state leaders.SPECIAL .
Phone 691-0685. Mr. Gross..
67th St. No Qualifying --
Kelly. Drive by 626 NW 47th St. 1611 NW 40th St. Side ,en-
---- $500 down for this clean IRING
Miami Ave. 46th St. trances. Small 2 bedroom apt.
corner, 2.bedroom, partly furnished ATTENTIONWe
$19 weekly. Liberty Rental
CBS duplex. 2 bedroom, $600 carpeted in bedrooms.
Agency, 2020 NW 62nd St.
down mostly furnished, nice
Terms arranged. A. Ben-Kori,
Phone. 633-7809.
and clean. Call Mr. Marvin Realtor, anytime, 751-2243. RESULTSJAZZ 'don't merely keep children, we take care
nights and Sundays. 235-2748. oJ-.4 t na.
----- children.
444- 3146 NW 61st rear house. of
Greater Miami Realty,
6133. Immaculate Nice 2 bedroom house $20 Special care and supervised play for children
Drive by 845 NW 83rd Terr. '
weekly. Liberty Rental Agcy,
----- from 1 month 2 hots meals and snacks
Just like new, beautiful wood 2020 NW 62nd St. Phone 633- NIGHTLYAt up.
Want to get away from traffic, floors, lovely big Fla room. 7809. the daily. Pick and Delivery
noise and a safe place for $450 down FHA terms. A. up
children to play and go to Ben-Kori, Realtor, anytime, 3321 NW 51st St. Good size RANCHERBiscayne Bottles and Diaper Service
school? We have lovelyhomesIn '
751-2243. Blvd. & 126th
house. $25 weekly.
our area without too much CALL DAY OR NIGHT
down. All sizes. Walkto Rental Agency, 2020 NW 62ndSt. 10 to 3 A.M.
money We' have several fine 3 bed. Phone 6337809.
school, shops and buses. homes South Miami und 635-8384 or 751-1745
Come see us and take a look. Richmond Heights area withas SULU AN
1 bedroom
duplex. $20 IRA, FOURI'
Gordon Akeley, Broker, 624- low as $100 down payment $24 weekly. 4042 23rd
8436. Open 7 days, 9 to 6. NW
-_._- to qualified buyers. Call for Ave. Dixie Rental Agency, PLUS NEED A JOB_? START WORK TODAY!
appt. to,show Fcnster ,Rfw!,lty 6332429. ,
No qu lifyjn-i;-tOw-down pay B roker:PL 98779.Direct /K: THE Now 2 locations to
--- serve
merit. 2315 NW 90th St. Owner you
691-1567. (M 3) from Owner Effcy. apt. adults only. Wallto COOKS BUSBOYS

----- 3 bedroom, l'/i bath, CBS, wall carpeting, new stove ETTA CAMERON DISHWASHERS PORTERSGAS

Sewing machine in very good like new, huge fenced lot, and refirg., air conditioned. Song Stylist DRIVERS
condition. Price reasonable. carport, a beautiful home, $23 weekly. Dixie Rental STATION
635-6737. move right in, no closing Agency, 633-2429. JAZZ HOTEL & HOME MAIDS LIVE, IN MAIDS

red See 7025 ----- SUNDAY AFTERNOON
---- costs, no tape.
Ail apattah Area NW 28th Ave. Call owner,. 1 bedroom apt. and duplex. A-1 Service
I $15.50 to $22 weekly. Dixie
Drive by 1240 NW 41st, just 758-8749.
I painted, 2 bedroom, CBStotal ----- Rental Agency, 633-2429. ALAN ROCK

$10,500 with $350 down, FHA Sacrifice Sale ---- private 714 NW 62nd Street 758-7663
$78 month pays all. A., Ben- CBS, 2 bedroom, large Fla Room In home for a RADIO STATION WMBM

Kori, Realtor, anytime, 751- room, large living room, FHA nice clean working lady, 691- 534 N. Miami Avenue 379-8382

2243. price 10500. My price, 0425. Admission Free

---- 7500. $2500 cash down and R= live 5:30 to '1:00 a.m.
Adult men only to
Income $$$ $45 month. The BEST BUY
Drive by 6932 N. Miami Ave., reasonably. Cull 7593360.
in MIAMI. See 339 NW 39th also
3 units, live in 3 bedroom and Street. Call owner 758-8749. Mornings preferable

rent the 2 units, good area, evenings. SAVE UP TO40! % EDISON Specials i
need some ca.sh down make bedroom ..c-A
2 ,
Duplex. A beauty.
Partly furnished, tine bed- an
offers. Call A. Ben-Kori, Realtor -
1 bath, no qualifying, a good
room, cottage, near Grandway.
anytime 751-2243. Insurance
Air cond., stove
1170 NW 56th St. For working
and refrig. rear patio, partly
112 NE 48th St. 4 bedroom, furn. each side. You must see couple only. Liability Physical

2 bath, FHA, 17000.00, huge ittoappreciate it. Reasonable Large--- room -in Liberty City DamageSR 801 NW 83rd TERRACE

CBS seller, 75x125 all lot closing, 2-car garage costs.,' down payment.: Good terms. area. Couple or single lady. 22 FilingNo 3 bedroom, CBS, $300 down, FHA. No closingcost.

$700 down.pays $111.88 monthly Drive by 7009 NW 4th Ct. 758-8128. One Refused Terrazzo floors, garage, nice patio, County
call! Fenster Realty,
Be first. Call now. Aetna GOOD DRIVERSNo taxes only. ovely neighborhood.
Broker, PL 98779. Fum. room, private home,
Realty, Broker, 811 NW 54thSt.
., Phone 757-5724, Open. 7 1865 NW 69th Terr. 6969722.To Finance Chargeas DRIVE BY THESE THEN CALL EDISON

days. Attention I ; Business comer, 2 ; lease; : Aii or part of 55 little as ((1)) 1461 NW 92nd St. Large CBS home, ft bath,
------- building, plus extra
PS SSST TI! lot story could be usedl for church,' acres. Extends from highway 15% DOWNAT tile roof, Fla room, extra large garage. $16,000
27 to a new road and Canel FHA terms. 75x100 lot.
Want to steal a house? big 100x100 lot ideal located. SHELL'S CITY
No. 7.Is within 20 miles from
CBS, 3 bedroom, $9,100.00total. Drive by 1290 NW 54th St. Miami. Phone: 634-2936. (South Door) ((2)) 44 NW 47th Terrace $250 down FHA. Large
for parti
$100 down. No closing See it then call us
costs. $55.23 monthly pays culars. Fenster Realty, Broker -Chanel---Quest House. 452 PLAZA INSURANCE CBS home, Fla room plus screen porch. No clo-

everything. Aetna Realty, PL 9-8779. NW 4th St. Nice clean room AGENCY sing cost. Clean in and out.

Broker, 811 NW 54th St. Phone call after 5 P.m. 373-9272 or

7575724. Open 7 days. ------ call before 11 a.m. 691-4764. Phone: 754.4951 ((3)6520) NW lit Place -CBS,2 bedroom. Lovely

811- -NW--17th-Ave.- $400 down. 3 bedroom CBS plus garage. ------- 5941 MW 7th- Avenue neighborhood. $250 down FHA. No closing cost.

Payments $82.82 per month. Will be painted exteriorF11A Nice room, clean and in a very $86 month pays everything.
terms, only $600 down pay good location for a reliable
CBS home Fla hardwood -
floorstile roofcarport, ment, seller will, pay closing person, 635-5129. ((4)) 819 NW 42nd St. 3 bedroom, CBS, garage,

fenced. Mike Section, Realtor, costs. This is a watefront ------- The Elks ClubNo. tile roof. No qualifying, $830 down. FHA mortgage
home. Location 9251 Little
751-9784. (Feb. 24) Nice 2 bed. CBS apt. $22.
all ready placed. $90 month
------ River Blvd.NW 14th Ave.) Verynice 1 bed. apt. CBS, per pays every-

(House by owner. CBS, 2 bed- Open for your inspection. Sun Duplex $19. 308Presents thing.

room, large living room with day 1-5 p.m. Fenster Realty, CBS, 1 bed. Apt $17.50.

fireplace, large Fla room, Broker, PL 9-8779. Good, 2 bed. rear house. $20. every ((5)) 8915 NW 9th Ave. $350 down FHA. CBS,

757-6507. Downtown location-CBS, 1 tile roof, 2 bedroom, Flo room, garagt. Central
-------- heat.
------ New Genie Homes. 3 bed- Effcy Apt., furnished $13.

Direct from Owner room, CBS, 2 bath, built-in Very large house, $25. WE HAVE MANY HOMES AND DUPLEXES,

3 bedroom corner, near Alla- range and oven, hardwood Small, 2 bed. duplex. $20. SUNDAY FHA TERMS OR NO QUALI FYING.
pattah school: bus and shops. floors, drive by 1030 NW 51stct CBS, large 1 bed.apt. $17.50.

and dining room, 41st St. then YOU CAN ANY OUR FHA HOMES
Large living and 1954 NW Come into our office .. CALYPSOAt BUY OF FOR

carport, 2 porches, carpets, call Fenster Realty, Broker, Liberty Ifental Agency, 2020 $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING
air cond. Easy terms, move PI.K77t). its Best
red NW 62nd St. Call 633-7809. DISPLACEDAND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY.
right in, no waiting, no

tupo. See 4232 NW 11th PI. ---------- Friday and Saturday

Open Sunday see and call 2 bedroom CBS, carport, 11:00 p.m. until Realtors c..,
owner, 758-8749 hardwood floor, to any uiah CHILDCAREInfant ,
buyer at H bargain. Owner Sunday 6:30 Until
------ leaving town. A must sell. and toddle day care in 175 "fW 62nd
I House for sale by owner. Drive by 869 NW 73rd St. my hom Will take very good TF St 7514441

Apply 1950 NW 55th St In the then call Fenster Realty, care of your child. Phone .
759-8335. --- -----
P.m. (Fcb.m Broker PL 9-8779.

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20 THE MIAMI TIMES 17 1967
Friday, February _

I Scouts to Form Pharr Alumni' AssnAs

the result of the Boys 1930. They will meet Fridayat DOBBS TO HEAD
p' Scout Week, Race Relations 7 p.m. at Greater Bethel to GROUP
Sunday and Founders day ob- consider formal organization
servances at Greater Bethel David II. Dobbs, assistant
Church, Sunday, honoring the The purpose of the group director of vocations at Miami
150th anniversary of the Afri- will be to maintain interest of Northwestern High School, the
can Methodist Episcopal all former scouts and scoutera scoutmaster of the first Negro
Church, and the 57th anniversary and stimulate activities in troop was asked to head the
of the Boy Scouts of both boy and girl! scouting, proposed alumni association,
America, those present agreed particularly in cooperation and his wife to head the wo-
to form a Scout Alumni As- with the South Florida Boy men's auxiliary The charter
sociation to be named for the Scout Council and the Tropi- members of the original troop
sponsor of the first Negro cal Florida Girl Scout Co un- and committeemen of the
Scout troop in Miami back in leadership. group will be sought as charter
members, counselors and di-
,rectors of the KLPAA ass'n. r

Air Force Seeks Future Pilots sored The observance by the February was Club-spon-

Mrs. Louise Shorter, chairman. J
and Paul E. Rosselle, of the
From ThisYear's
Engineers i
Rossell Metals Co. Institu-
tional representative of the
w \.;. scout program of the Riverside l
College GraduatesNews Methodist Church, Rev. HarryC.
Barham, minister, 985 NW I
of special interestto pilots are especially in de- 1st St., will be co-chairman
young men who will soon mand, Sgt Randall stated. the Rev.Loyd Knoxof River- PSYCHOLOGY LECTURE STIRS STUDENT INTEREST AT FAMU Zubie
be graduating from college However, It is possible for side Church delivered the Metcalf (second from left), associate professor of biology at Florida A&M University -
came today from local Air all men and women who expect sermon Sunday. discusses some of the high points from his lecture, "The Origin of World and
to from Garth C. Reeves of the several psychology majors. Mr.Metcalf's lecture was the first ofa
Force recruiting Sergeant graduate collegein iliami Times who is one of the Life, with FAMU
Bill Randall. the near future to make riginal nine boys sponsored! series to be presented the Pscchology Club in an effort to stimulate psychology / -
It Is now possible for application.Only by Dr. Pharr in the first com- majors/ and other interested students in some of the 'complex social and scientic
young men to apply for com- three months in munity troop, has been askedto Boone locka Metcalf
problems of today. Left to right are: Jacqueline Opa Mr. ;
duration from finish as treasurer. Mrs. M.
missions in the Air Force start serve
while still enrolled in college.In Air Force officers training Johnson,executrix of the Kel- Arthur Mathis, president of the club, Miami; Alexis'Jenkins/ Orlando; and Dr. KarlM.
this way, there will be school is the shortest routeto sey L. Pharr estate, has been Brooks, associate professor of psychology at FAMU and advisor-of the club.
ample time to process their a commission as an of- asked to. serve as executive FAMU staff photo by Ernest Fillyau.
applications and obtain ficer to be found in the armed secretary.W.
II. Fuller, field representative
class starting dates for of- forces today.
of the South Flori-
ficers training school while da Boy Scouts of Americaand "How Cuban Influx Affect Negro Economy" .
they are still in a deferred Full details, without obligation Mrs. Clarice Littles -
status with selective service. may be obtainedby neighborhood chairman of the At the Peace Center, 2120W. the Negro Economy in the Mia- The program is sponsored
Those men who expect to contacting Sgt Bill Ran tropical Florida Girl Scout Flagler Street, Sunday mi Area." Mrs. Schepman and by the Greater Miami Chapterof
graduate with an engineering dall at the Air Force recruit Council, will represent their Feb. 19 at 8 p.m., Henrika Mr. Leomn are working on a the American Humanist
degree or who are in- ing office, 109 N.E. 5th respective councils in advisingthe Schepman and James Lemon joint thesis as students of Association, and is open to I
terested in flying as air force Street or call 379-1702. alumni association when willreport on "The Effect of Atlanta University of Social the public, admission free.
perfected. the Cuban Refugee Influx on Work.

National NAACP President

I Meets With State LeadersSt. I

Petersburg Kivie Following an address by Win
Kaplan, president of the Mr. Kaplan at a Founders Day upto $1,000001
National Association for the banquet of the St. Petersburg
Advancement of Colored alumnae chapter of Delta
People, has met with civil Theta Sigma Sorority, two
rights leaders in Florida to guests pledged Jto become
discuss plans for a concern- $500 NAACP life membersand
trated drive to eliminate racial 25 others took out annual
discrimination, it was memberships.
disclosed this week. PLAY TIGERINOat I
Mr. Kaplan, following a SINGERS LEAVE
meeting with Rutledge Pearson FOR TOURThe
president of the NAACP
Florida State Conference of Consolers Singers
Branches, called for forceful paid a visit to their longtime
implementation of civil rightspro&arnmina friendClara Ward, who

throughout the friend, Clara Ward, who Is
state.He confined to Jackson Memorial the
also urged NAACP Hospital before leaving on Tiger Sign
branches in the state to com- Monday for a 10,000 mile tour
municate to local communities which will include many 0 f
efforts made by the NAACPthe their dates in such cities as
nation's oldest and largest Boston, Philadelphia, Wil-
civil rights group--in the mington, N. C.New York City
field of human rights.
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