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 24, 1967
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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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44, No. 27 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1967 24 PAGES 15,

II These No Friends of Adorer Whitney Young Says. ..


i r ," Double Miami Urban League Budget,


Urban League director, not getting enough financial
.. Whitney Young chided Dade pupport. Young said the bud-
Ronald Runs County about its picayune get should be at least $60,000a
-..' a Young $30,000. a year budget to its year.
','' 4., Miami chapter Tuesday night "If it keeps 10 people out
rR while addressing the $100- of jail or averts a riot, that

for' Florida Mouse dr I ,:., .: a-plate dinner of the National saves community $100,000or
Conference of Christians and more."
'. ,:i'; <';1, Jews at Miami Beach's Fon- P Young said Miami could be
tainebleau Hotel. c'ome one of me truly golden
Ronald R. Young, active II, he is married and the "I hope the good people of cities of the nation if it moves
civic and political leader, father of three sons. He isa Miami don't wait to get a riot ahead In.the field of integra
is a candidate for the Houseof member of the FEA, NEA, here before giving the responsible tion. "Miami will not rea-
Representatives, Group 91, PACE, CTA, FNEA, lIe attends Negro leadershipthe lize that potential until it
in Tuesday's primary election. Holy Redeemer Catholic kind of support it needs." admits that it has problemsof
The popular and well- church. Young praised the leader- housingunemployment and
--.-- liked Young is a teacher of Young is campaigning on ship of the local chapter and gaps in education," warned
YVETTE POWELL REP. CLAUDE PEPPER government at Carol City High a platform th It calls for drafting said it was tragic that it's the prominent young leader.
in Opa-locka.He also teachesin a new state constitution,
Adam Clayton Powell had better realize real fast the adult division at Miami higher pay for teachers, eli-

that his wife, Yvette, and Florida Rep. Claude Pepperdo Northwestern. mination of crime and corruption -
A native Miamian, Young in state and local govern
not have his best interests at heart. Yvette really
was a football star at BookerT. ments, lighter tax burdens for
screamed on the Harlme/ playboy when she made her Washington High in the senior citizens, and lowering -
delayed appearance before the Celler Committee inves- late thirties where he has the voting age to 18.
tigating the seating of Adam in the House. was known as "Superman." Opposing Young on Tues- e., Jl Jla
And now just when Chairman Emanuel Celler// has He holds the masters.degreein day will be Maurice Ferre,
education. John H. Bomar and Nicki Eng-
eight of the nine-man committee ready to vote to seat A veteran of World War 1 lander.
Powell with censure and a fine, Pepper insists that
Adam's offenses were so serious that he should be ex-

pelled.A. Richmond Heights Youth a i
spot check of Negro voters in Pepper's third

congressional district revealed, that it is a very good

thing this is not election year for their congressman. Named Senate Page

Florida Congressmen Attack '"".f"'" ;, n

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,. School
I ., DesegregationJln :. '. 4D

Three Florida congressmen loudest in his disclaim and strongly welcomed the com-
have vigorously attacked' said the commission should mission's plan as giving additional '.
the Civil Rights commission resign and apolo&izo'to the support "to our en- 1 ,, .,. ..dJjf''' i
i plan to force racial balancein American people. deavors" to help school dis- ',': ,1 "\
the schools by law. But Harold Howe nU.S. tricts and states to desegre i ', Ef). t.J
: .
Rep. Robert L. Sikes was commissioners of education, gate.The ,,.1"'iI"'r; ,: !:
commission plan calls :, "
for a federal law setting a
New NAACP Worker simple numerical standard, Javan A. Ferguson, 16-
making it illegal for any year-old son of Rev. and
I school to have more than a Mrs. John A. Ferguson, 11525
Florida certain percentage of Negro SW 136th Terrace, Richmond Movie Premiere United Nations Undersecretary
Assigned to students. No specific percentages Heights and an 11th grade Ralph Bunche and Mrs. Bunche were among the distin-

Institute with a bachelor of were given. student at Miami Killian guished civic and social leaders, motion picture cele-
ST. PETERSBURG, The method of achievingthis High School, has been ap-
FLA. The NAACP National science degree In physical the commission said, pointed a page boy in the brities, and Broadway stage personalities who attendedthe
Office recently an- education. She did graduate should be left to state and U.S. Senate, Dante Fascell, gala invitational American premiere of the Sam Spie-
nounced the appointment of work at Florida A. & local authorities. But in some representative. gal-Anatole Litvak production of "The Night of the
Miss Hazel M Land as M UnlversltyandatSprlng- cases, it said, the only prac- Ferguson's duties will begin Generals. The Columbia Pictures'release
concerns a
field College, Massachusetts. tical solution would be to Feb. 20th for five weeks
Field Director with special manhunt for murderer
thrilling the
a of
against backdrop
orientation and he will
Formerly a teacher In close or tear down schoolsin spend
emphasis on the organization Alabama, Florida, and New all-Negro neighborhoods.Sikes his entire senior year there. war-ravaged Europe, and the German Officers Corps.
and conduct of
mem- Jersey, Miss Land was the in calling on the Ferguson is an hon or roll Peter O'Toole, Omar Sharif, Donald Pleasence and
bership campaigns.Miss first volunteer to do two as- Civil Rights Commission to student, a member of the foot- Philippe Noiret star in "The Night of the Generals,"
Land graduatedwith resign, told the House the ball team and a candidate for filmed
in Technicolor and Panavision./
signments with the Peace
honors from Tuskegee Commission's recommendation several service academies.
,;' Corps in the Philippines for a racial balance law
and Nigeria. "is undoubtedly one of the ,
>V' lMi"" ; "
,'0'J ,.. Since returning to the most stupid ever made in .v ry r ) ,;, a, "
I United States Miss Land the history of public educa- .' .";'J.t "
worked with the NAACP Re- tion."
J gional Office as a Task Rep. Sam Gibbons of Tam- r
Force Worker In Florida last pa, a member of the House
worked Education and Labor Committee r
summer. Recently,she -
said "I don't intend to
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from the National Officeas v't
vote for any law that would
Fall Member-
a Special require the busing of students
ship Campaign Worker around the country to get their
again assigned to Florida. education." s
Miss Land, a native of Rep. William C. Cramer of

",", '/' Brooksville, Florida, is list- St. Petersburg, a member of
t\Ijo.l": ,J ed in Who's Who Among the House Judiciary Commit
"t' Students In American UnI- tee which handles civil rights
'." fl' versities and Colleges, a legislation, said he Is opposedto
: anything that would resultin
'Y. ,r. member of Zeta Phi Beta
,. ; ., < "..s : Sorority, and she is of the the ending of the neighborhood -
: f'i'lIIt
.. :, ,I.'":.(t'', }III"" .' .,', ,, Baptist faith. school plan.

I Bahamas Premier to Speak *. '

Premier Lynden O. Find- dent of'the Grand Bahama partner for the Miami Dol- _
ling, the new head of the Development Co. phins football team. Mrs.
Bahamian government, will Florida Memorial Col- Louis Glasser, chairman for v'w
make his first public appear- lege Is celebrating its 75th the Lamplighters" committee -
ance in Miami as guest anniversary In the State of for $1000.00 and over _
speaker for the Diamond Florida and will relocate to donors and Kates.
Jubilee celebration, March 8 Miami from SL Augustinein The letter to Premier Pind-
at the Deauville Hotel, for the 1968. ling from Kates expressedthe
Florida Memorial College. attitude of the college advisory SEN. TED KENNEDY ON FAR RIGHT V/SITSSouth Dade migrant labor hovels,
Co-chairmen for the Dia- board by stating, "It accompanied by, from left to right, Frank Sloan, Atlanta regional director the Office -
The announcement was mond Jubilee celebration Include is- of extreme importance to of Economic
Opportunity Coleman
Joseph coordinator for
; the
area Economic
made Dr. Edward T. Senator Harry P. Cain,
the College and, I believe
Opportunity Opportunity Program, Inc., Chas. L. Feltus/ EOPI deputy director
Graham, chairman of the Florida State RepresentativeLou to the people of the Bahamasfor ;Sen.
college Board of Trustees Wolfson, Martin Fine, you to appear at thecele- Harrison W'liams'! New Jersey and Joseph' Segor as well as Donald Caster,
and George W. Kates, presi Joseph Robbie, managing bration," EOPI Legal Services Program officials.


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2 THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday. February 24. 1967 ,

I Planning 'dion'Community Team Organized

sents a new form of segrega-
,'.'" ,., tion.

\ i 1 "Judging from the history -
I of those ethnic groups
I, that have succeded in gain-
: ing a foothold in our :.
pluralistic society, ,it seems
clear that ethnic separatismis
a precondition for eventual
r r penetration of the ruling
d circles and the achievementof
N full economic integration.
Negroes will gain acceptancefrom
r III *' k / iIaJ the majority by de
veloping their own bases of
.E v
t M power, not by submerging
I their unorganized and leaderless -
I numbers in coalitions I
dominated by others and
move solidarity groups.
.u Once we have formed separatist
Left to right seated: Jennings, Fair, Wilson, Wynn, ton Crier, Philip Johnson, Sam Moncur, Van Robinson, organizations, participating -
I Jones; Left to right standing: Hepburn, Carter, Arring- Edwin Shirley, Alvin Stevenson, James Whitehead. In coalitions, then it
ton, Wright, McCrary, Wallace, Matthews. Not pictured: Photo by Johnson of Miami. can be a meaningful tacticin
barganing for a shareof F

group a organized munal associations,ranging The Negro community in power over crucial insti-
tians, under the leadershipof communal experiences in a from fraternal and religious Dade County lacks an institutional tutional processes in the
Mr. William Wynn, have variety of institutionalareas. bodies to political machines. framework in pri- broader society." ri.
organized a communal as- ." P.A.C.T. will serve These communal associa- vate social welfare (as wellas
sociation known as P.A.C.T. this purpose, for it allows tions provided a base from in other institutionalareas The Negro communityneed
for the sole purpose of Im- the Negro to organize sepa- which to convert ethnic solidarity ), and the separatist be no more absolute
proving the life chance fac- rately and at the same time into the political force agencies of other ethnic and than that, say, of the Jewish Mrs. Bumette Wright, a
tors of those citizens residingin bring into focus a heightened required to overcome vari- religious communities are community. There Is no very charming and gracious
Liberty City, Coconut awareness of the distinctive ous forms of class Inequality. not eager to see this defi- reason, after all, why the model was chosen the most
Grove, Opa Locka, Browns- goals to which his organization They are, therefore an im- ciency overcome. When the Negro should not be able elegantly gowned at the recent -
vile, central Negro district, must be directed. portant device by which the Negro is concerned, they re- to live, as most Americansdo showing of The Houseof
Balfour fashionetta Sun-
etc.The "One of the ways by which legitimate interest of partic- sist the emergence of new In two worlds at once; day afternoon, Feb. ,12.
objectives of P.A.C.T. minority groups have affected ular groups can oe put forward separatist institulons on the one of them largely In- Johnson of Miami photo. -
(Planning, Action, Com- their rise from depri- to compete with thoseof grounds that a color conscious tegrated and the other pri-
munity Team) are: To bring vation is developing com- other groups." development repre- marily separated.
together In one group per-
sons of the Negro com
munity to take aggressive

action which on issues affect the and Negro programs Dade County's Conscience Bulletin No. 1

community, Le., Police Bru-
tality, Housing Code Viola-
tions, Zoning Violations,
School Integration, Job Dis-
crimination, etc; to providean ELECT
organizational frame-
work through 'which programs 4r
can be sufficiently re- RONALD
searched, analyzed, inter-
preted, and presented as a
basis for making realistic '
decisions suited to the needs, ; GROUP 91 HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES r '
values, problems, and goalsof
the Negro community; to Ii, THE PEOPLE'S CANDIDATE .. dPLATFORM
initiate and develop ways of :;,, : ". 0 >> .." .h"" ..,,_ _;;t:
involving more and more
persons from the Negro com-

sionmaking.This munity in community. deci- LEVER 13-D QUALIFICATIONS

should be for the purpose I SOLEMNLY PLEDGE TO 20 years a teacher of govern

role of for fostering the low-income a greater STRIVE FOR THE FOLLOWING: _. ment.

Negro and others who have 1. Drafting and ratifying a state Graduate Washington
had too few chances to have
constitution geographically High School.
their voices heard on decisions { r
k '
affecting them and their and proportionately compatible World War II Veteran.
families; to meet with public to our dynamic state. 1
and private agency officials Married. Father of 3 sons.
and their governing bodies 2. Provide revenue for education

relative to planning, programming in order to hold and pro- 4 Teacher of government, Miami
policies, procedures cure good teachers and raise + Carol City High.
and positions with a
view toward influencing and the educational standard of
Teacher of government and
finalizing that properly meet our state.
the needs, desires and best constitution, Miami I I North.
Interest of the Negro com- 3. Seek legislation conducive to ;1 western Adult Center.
munity and to develop and the growth and development t
maintain Information on M.Ed. degree.
and the
of Dade County state.
those policy making bodies
that exert the most influenceon Member of F.E.A., N.E.A.
4. Seek out and I investigate I .
the life chance factors of 'It P.A.C.E.. C.T.A.. F.A.E.A. '
crime and corruption in state ,
Dade County's Negro pop- Endorsed by:
ulation, including, but not and, local government. Ministerial I Laymen Voter 'I
limited to the City and
County Commission, the S. Seek legislation to lighten Registration Committeethe
School Board, Zoning and tax burden of our senior Dade County Young Demo
Appeals Board, the StateWelfare citizens. crats
Department, the Urban Congress of Senior Citizens
Renewal Agency, the 6. Be. an ameliorating factor inracial Member of
Economic Opportunity Program :
Inc., and the Miami problems throughout ;t The President's Committee r
Housing Authority. the county and state. h. "To Secure These Rights."
According to Wynn, r
share of Dade County Young Democrats -
"Ethnic identity, solidarityand 7. Seek fair tax money '
power must be forgedTOOTHACHE for Dade County.
Holy Redeemer Catholic
8. Lower the voting age. Church

Why lists suffer with igonyT ORA.JEL In Speed minutes.releat let relief formula that [h\ ', Fellow Citizens! Life liberty and the pursuit of happiness is the birthright of every American", ;

toothache puts It to pain.work Recommended quickly to relieve by many throbbing den. citizen irrespective of race color, creed or previous condition of servitude. When the free exercise -, ..! '
tltti.Ask your for ,,.""*".".., 4. of this pursuit is blocked by gentlemen s agreements and secret alliances based on powerc' :'I'
ora.jel.pharmacist <35DOUBLE >:; r rr: structured bigotry, the ALL American way suffers and the ideals of democracy become a mockery.: '

< Our nation was built with black and' white hands working together, our great state of Florida :: .

: and the county of Dade likewise. I therefore appeal to your sense of justice and fair play to let ;

us join hands in the government of our fair state and county as we move to educational and n"i:

dustrial greatness for the welfare of every citizen of our great county and state. This fellow ;\ ;;.i
WJI1F1 ::1V1 citizens is truly the ALL American way. ,

The ALL-American Candidate
Tune in the Art Gr.r show onWMBM Thursday night, ,.
February 24 and hear Ronold R. Young confront his RONALD R. YOUNG S f, I Iopponent.
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j 2 DRESSES HAIR IN PEACE Pd.pol.Adv. ';
J (

THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday. February U, 1967 3

I Ted Kennedy Visits South Y

Dade Miarant WorkersA
-- -
pair of Democratic ty; Chas. L. Feltus his deputy under the war on poverty
Senators one of them fa- director; Roscoe Webb, program, to alleviate the ,1 ; ? r
mous for the Kennedy name, regional director for Com- dismal conditions. sYStIeI
the Kennedy smile and the munity Action; and Perrine- He signed autographs,
Kennedy profile came to Gould area EOPI Neighbor- stalked Into the huts,lunched
South Dade to look over hood Center staff members. with Williams and the children -
life and living of migrant Kennedy came down at Moton School and
workers and their families from Palm Beach to join used the opportunity to chat
and both left shocked and Sen. Williams chairmanof with them about their
dismayed. the Senate's Subcommittee hobbles and their favorite
Sen. Ted Kennedy of on Migrant Labor who had sports.When. 'y. +;?, L'
, Massachusetts, and Sen. arrived earlier for the first- the visit neared its
Harrison Williams, of New hand look at the hovels and end, he confided that he"was
Jersey made the tour accompanied the squalor for which mi- distressed and that the con- r 'a'g
by Fran Sloan, grant workers have to pay ditions here are as bad as R pIR MOR
i regional director of the Office an average of $12.80 per _any I have seen."
of Economic Opportunity week while they work on the He and Williams under
Atlanta; Richard Weath- South Dade fields. lined that the "great and
erley executive director of Kennedy is a member of critical needs" Congressmust
the Economic Opportunity the Subcommittee, now somehow act on were
Program Inc. in Dade Coun- studying what can be done, more than obvious during
their tour of Inspection.
What Washington will do
South Miami Block Club Works about the situation of thou-
sands of the workers and
I their families remains
to be -----

Out Deal With LandlordThe seen. Coco-Co/o's/ hole-in-one/ contest was one of the popular features of the 14th
annual North-South Golf Tournament held at the Miami Springs course Feb. 8-72.

Dade County war on Betty Boynton, sat down Above, seated at the registration desk are Mrs. Fleetwood! Price, of Miami, and
poverty is proving that cooperation with the landlord and the Cliff Brown, Nashville, PGA touring pro. Standing, left to right, are Eugene Hayes,
and mutual under- help of EOPI staff membersto New York, official scorer; Billy Burke, Dallas, special representative for the Coca-
standing can work wonders iron out difficulties which Cola/ Co.; "Doc" Russell, Chicago player; Ernest Hayes, Miami, financial secretary
and that people can be mobilized had arisen because of many of the tourney; and Fleetwood Price, sales and marketing representative for the
to help themselves.In complaints lodged with her Miami bottler.Beauty.
consequence, the re- by the tenants.In .
sidents of the Diehl Apart-
ments, at 6125 S.W. 63 SI, that meeting, Diehl as
in South Miami, will find well as Mrs. Boynton 'put R Shop Owners to Organize Sunday
new paint on the walls of their cards on the table, and
their apartments properly while the landlord agreed to r\ The state president of the tim will be given at this Mrs. Berth }i. Perry,
working plumbing facilities do his share to improvecon- Orange Blossom cosmetolo- meetlnl. Please be on time state chairman, PR
repaired or replaced lighting ditlons, Mrs. Boynton readi- iists Association, Inc., Mrs.
fixtures proper garbage disposal ly admitted that the residents, Cathlean B. Ross of Tampa
facilities, and a play- too could contribute con- and state chairman of the NEED A
ground for their children siderably to make living in shop Owners GUild, Mrs. START WORK TODAY!
across the street, while the the Diehl Apartments more Callie Jackson of Jackson- Now 2 I locations
landlord, John F. Diehl,will pleasant than It evidently has _h' ville will be In Miami, Sunday to serve you
get the kind of cooperationfrom Feb. 26toorganize the eighth COOKS BUSBun
them which he never been.The EOPl's Legal Ser- Ted Plessy of 3166 NW chapter of the Shop Owners DISHWASHERS PORTERS
before. vices Department helped 53rd St. has qualified for Guild at 11 a.m., Sunlllht GAS STATION DRIVERS
got election to the legislature in Beauty School, 113 NW 3rd
All of this has come to both the landlord and the the District 97 House Seat Avenue. HOtEL b HOME MAIDS LIVE I IN MAIDS
pass because the presidentof block club president to reach from Dade County. We arc asking all licensed
the neighborhood block the understanding that is Plessy, a local construc- shopownerS' and managers toattendincludingnonmembers A-1 Employment Service
club, created by the South now a milestone In the EOPI tion superintendent, will Over 20 Year Service I in Miami
Miami Neighborhood Center efforts to produce the results carry the Republican banner of the Association.The chapter -
of the Economic Oppor- needed for better living condition against Democraticnominee' will include all cities In 714 NW 62nd Street 758-7663
unity Program Inc., Mrs.' in parts of this area. Richard Pettigrew. this area. Important informa.
534 N. Miami I Avenue
Plessy, 47, is a district -
committeeman of the 16th
district of the Republicanparty

SEWING MACHINE"REPAIR Northwestern and president RepublicanClub. of the ..............................

He lives with his wife,
Deborah, in Sacred
In Your Home Heart
& College, Wichita, Kansas. .
Adjust Tensions 1 Mr. Plessy's campaign

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634-6242 JFK SQUADRONAre 9 _

you interested in pub- 9 RENTAL
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relation, and week-
end camping trips, etc., if so
why not join the John F. AGENCY
Kennedy Civil Air Patrol :
Squadron.As .
3 a member of the Civil ...... .
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JOIN THE Air Patrol you will enjoy all 1 I .
of these activities and many
FIGHT BY THEFIGHTER i more. As a beginning, you
start out by wearing the uni- : PL 9-8733
form of the United States Air '

Y Force.Become the eyes and ear : ................................. :

\ THE NEW STONE AGE of your community in the

LET'S SLOW DOWN ; Civil Join Air the John Patrol F.Squadronnow Kennedy MENT AGENCY IN THE SOUTH, OPERATING IN DADE AND S

i' AND THINK contact!! for the more following information: : BROWARD COUNTIES. :

LET'S FORGE Cadet M/Sgt. Henry RutI I. A o'' and door i for cony.n1.nce. .
THEN ledge, Booker T. Washington ; fleet cars collectors give do' to s.rylc tenants
( Sr. High School,Cadet S/Sgt. I '
AHEAD AND FIGHT! Bernice Ash, Booker T. : A cOlllmunity recreation center fo; teenagers and adults 'r.nt free," furnished :
r Washington; Cadet S/gt.S Fre- and air conditioned for your comfort and enjoyment,
FOR CLEAN AIR AND WATER! derick Bloom,Miami Central; .
I Cadet Basic Willene Adker, -: A public, relations deportment to assist you with your PloLle.. .
Miami Edison, or call FR 4
FOR ECONOMY IN GOVERNMENT! 7-2536 each Thursday between 'T.nanteeconc.rn;, ,will atop vandalism and .d'c. t."CO''of'T. ... 1",to I" ,, .
7 and 9 and ask for .
p.m. p.m. .
Lt. Wilcox, Robert. MAIN OFFICE .
4 9 4150 NW 7th Ave. PL 9.8733 9 __

jJ 014255 NW 22nd Ave., Opa-locka MU 8-0617 1163 NW 3rd Ave. .. FR 3-84)6) .

I 0).12.NW 1st Ave. Hallondole. WA 7-2434 1675 NW 62nd St. OX 6-2467 9

{I Vote For 0 605 NW 7tH Terr.Ft. Lauderdale- 4-3357 4240 NW 27th Ave. -NE 5.3466 .
n 017325 Homestead Ave. Perrin CE 5-3553 3801 Grand Ave. Grove. HI 5-1381 .

1. MAXINEBAKER p 1019 Hammondvillf Rd. Pompano- 3-3235 .

1.I.I 0 .

0 HON. L. L. BROOKS, President .

0 GEORGE P. HARTH, General Manager .

, ] 90th House District 0 CHARLES A. LOCKHART, Public Relations Director .

Tues. Feb 28 0 .

0 .If I am to enjoy a better life, others must live better too." L. (j. Brooks :
Lever 9-D 0
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4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 24, 1967



v '

H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher j JI I/I .
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor By Booker T. Hayes \ .
WILLIAM W. McBRIDE, City Editor ;.k .. SAY( 'NO'TO
STANLEY I. SWEETING Theatrical Editor .
Some fourteen and a half years ago I took up resi-
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association dence in a somewhat distanced community named Rich- '_, MHA PROPOSAL
mond Heights. I had gotten married a couple of years ,
Sticking the firm belief that addition
steadfast to no
SUBSCRIPTION RATES before, but we were expecting our first born We were
ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 looking for an area where our children could best develop public housing should be constructed In the already over
of the
crowded Brownsville area, members Brownsville
Our choice, though it was my choice at the time, Association have turned down the Miami
Entered at Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 ot the Post has been Improvement
never regretted. The, size of
our community
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 Housing Authority's proposal to spend up to $175,000 for
has increased to almost five times what it was then, but the purpose of constructing recreational facilities on three

Office at 6530 NW 15th Ave. Phonesi. 691.0421 691.0455 the community's atmosphere has remained. The peace Brownsville school sites.
and tranquility we were all looking for has continued to The Authority proposed to construct lighted Softball
"CREDO. OF THE NEGRO PRESS" be a blessing.Over fields and multipurpose basketball courts at Brownsville
The NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead Junior High, Drew Junior High and Kelsey Pharr Ele-
the world from racial and national antagonism when it accords mentary schools In exchange for the BIA's approval of its
the the of has
to every man regardless of his race, creed or color his years population our area more plan to build 40 additional public housing units on three
human and legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no man.4h. than doubled. When I consider the number of varying sites in the Brownsvnlecommunlty.
Negro Press strives to help every man In the firm belief that backgrounds intermingled, I wondered why nofriction, According to Haley Sofge, MHA director, the proposed
all men are hurt as long as anyone Is held back. but when I start to think in this manner, I realize I'm Improvements had been agreed to by representatives of the
being unfair. Why should there be friction? People who Dade County Board of Public Instruction and the facilities
would decide to settle in a quiet and uneventful place would have been programmed by recreational workers
YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKOUR such as this must be desirious of the peaceful life. employed by the Metropolitan Dade County Government.
Their desires may not be identical, but they are basi- The Housing Authority has delayed the bid openingson
BROWARD cally the same and this in itself is enough to preservethe the three sites and the construction of the additional
COUNTY SECTIONThis units pending consideration of the proposal by the BIA.

week Ye Editorcommends our Broward County peace. Thevoteto turndowntheMHAproposalwas unanimousand
and a resolution reflecting the wishes of the association was
Section congratulates Mr. Gregg Hamm, our colum-
The residents of Richmond Heights have shown a
nist, contributors and advertising representatives.They unanimously adopted during the February 21st meeting of
to those businesses for their
loyalty operated con- the organization.The .
are doing a good job. venience, and the management has responded admirably.The resolution made it crystal clear that members of
For many years the Times was circulated in Ft. Richmond Heights Drug Store complex also con- the BIA recognize the great need for additional public
Lauderdale, but the grim reaper took two of our repre- and housing for the relocation of low-
sisting of a beauty and barber shop is the productofhard housing; especially
sentatives and we were not able to find suitable suc- Income families who are being displaced by public Improvement
work and ingenuity on the part of its owners,
cessors. programs, but feel very strongly that there existin
Clarence and Olivia Edwards. The original drug store
Ourmost outstanding representative was the late Dade County other areas equally, If not more suitablefor
Mr. T. C. Williams, a well known citizen whose column consisted of one rental building. They now offer em- public housing which apparently have been overlooked

"The Horrible Plight" was widely read. Many of his ployment to a considerable number of our residents. by the Miami Housing Authority in reaching Its decisionsin
predictions have come true. For some time Ye Editor The style-Craft Cleaners owned by Edward Trench start- regard to selected sites.
took his 250 copies of the Times to Ft. Lauderdale ed out as a husband and wife business also. It is now The resolution cited the overcrowding of the Brownsvillearea

every Friday afternoon and he sold them all. T. C. one of the most modern-equipped dry cleaning plantsin with public housing, without any provision for the
Williams was quite an interesting character. the area and offers regular employment to a staff of normal community facilities such as parks, recreational
eight. Harry s Sweet Shop represents the Candy storeto areas; and other public services (i.e., adequate police pro

POLITICS IN JAMAICA children of 14 years and under. Harry has watched tection, etc.) for the people who now occupy housing in the
them grow and their affection toward him over the years area; and thus causing a dangerous density of populationwith
Tuesday was the day for the general election in has remained the same. He too has offered employmentto the new people who will move into the multiple units.It .
Jamaica. According to news received there has been was resolved that the association vigorously protest
the areas youth, and has been a source of encouragement
violence in plans to further crowd the present land area with
the any
Kingston, capital, resulting in the deathof to many children and adults alike. Anderson's
a few and of multiple dwellings and that an active 4-point campaign
persons wounding several others.
Grocery, owned by Chuck and Dora Anderson startedas
There two the against all such moves be instituted and promoted throughthis
are parties: Jamaica Labor Party
a family affair. Chuck now employs a fulltime but-
with 26 seats and the People's' National group.
Prime party, 19. cher and a cashier along with the services of his five The resolution called for a cease and desist moratorium,
Minister Alexander Bustamente 83 has
retired boys. This is proof of our patronage, and verificationof planning sessions open to Interested parties who may be
because of ill health after serving for 23 years. their appreciation.Our heard and or consulted, guarantees of model community

1968 CONVENTIONWill planning Brownsville and area.stepped-up civic and welfare services In the

the National Republican Presidential Conven- community has become a must among things to Copies of the resolution were sent to County Mayor
tion be held in Miami Beach is a question being asked see in south Florida. They come, they look and they Chuck Hall and Metro Cimmissioners, County Manager I

by readers of our newspaper. The Republican Nationa 1 get lost. Graciously we direct them to the nearest exit Porter Homer, Metropolitan Planning Board, Miami Housing

Committee has been offered $650,000 in cash and and they leave us, impressed, but also a little embarrassed Authority, Department of Urban Affairs, Washington,
$150,000 in services to hold the presidential nomina- They have become so engrossed in what they D.C. and others.
ing convention at Miami Beach. have seen they forget to mark their journey and to the unfamiliar The association also fired off a telegram to the Atlanta

San Francisco would like to have it, so would the heights can be a maze of streets. To us Regional office of the Housing Assistance Administration
Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles and expressing its desire that no more public housing be builtin
Philadelphia. The who have made it our home it represents our haven of
latter has offered the Brownsville area and requesting that an HHA re-
apart from the hustle and bustle of the city. We know
presentative be sent to Miami to consult with the association
now what the term town and country living means. immediately.It .

BIRTHDAY was the concensus of opinion that the Miami Hous-

Wednesday of this week we commemorate the birth- ing Authority is not in the recreation business and that it
day of George Washington, first president of the United As part of their beautification campaign the Rich- was the duty of the Dade County government to furnish
States. He was commander-in-chief of the colonial armies mond Heights Garden Club has selected the month of adequate recreational facilities, parks, playgrounds And a
in the American Revolution and called the Fatherof March as the starting date for their "Yard of the Month" swimming pool for the residents of this area. Hence, it was
his Country. campaign. Beginning next month, they will have apanel agreed that the county commission would be formally re-

The following words are as appropriate today as choose a yard of the month. The yard selected will quested to allocate sufficient funds to take care of the recreational
they were on the day he spoke them: be posted as such by a sign stating the same and the and law enforcement needs of the Brownsville

"Cultivate literature and useful knowledge, for name of the sponsors. The judging will start the second community.

the purpose of qualifying the rising generation for pa- week in March and all interested parties are being ask-

trons of good government virtue and happiness." ed to do what they deem necessary.In .

METRO'S NEW DEPARTMENTCounty an effort to make this project a success, I will lET'S TALK POLITICSBy
give a complete rundown of the family whose yard is

Manager Porter Homer suggests quite a selected during the month of their rein in this column. NORMAN 1': JONES
change for the present Urban Renewal Agency
He would have a new department to handle hous-
Negro Mayor To Speak In St. Peterburg
ing and urban development programs, patterned after
the Housing and Urban Development Department. He BETTER LATE THAN NEVERThe Honorable Robert C. Henry, Mayor of the City of
asks that commissioners study the full details and act Springfield, Ohio will be the featured speaker at the Annual
on the proposal on March 6. New ordinance for improving conditions and Lincoln-Douglass Day Banquet sponsored by the South-
The Public Housing Authority and the Dade Urban minimum housing standards in migratory farms dwell- side Republican Club of St. Petersburg Saturday March
Renewal Agency will be abolished and their functions ings in South Dade and in slum areas is certainly one 4, at the Sheraton-Outrigger Inn.
transferred to the new department. Mgr. Homer believes that should meet general approval and should be enforced This would be a splendid opportunity for people in
these programs are not moving fast enough. If such be the case, migrants would have kit- and Florida hear, white and black, Republican and Democrat to see
The new department would be in charge of chen sinks, tubs or showers and a toilet, also hot and a negro who was elected the chief Executive
of a Major City, who by virtue of receiving the highest
cold water. The present code merely requires cooking
housing, slum clearance, urban renewal, relocation and number of votes for reelection as city councilman was
the county's minimum housing code. facilities. named the mayor.
There is to be a seven-member housing and urban Migrants are hard working people. They are en- This is particularly significant in this year of "white

development advisory board appointed by the commis- titled to such comforts and no right thinking person back-lash" sweeping a number of republicans into offices
sioners. should object to their having them. all over the country as an example that all is not totally
The new director would be appointed by the mana- lost for the negro because of the resurgence of the Re-
ger, subjected to the approval of the commissioners. publican Party.In .
Manager Homer has recommended the appointment of READ IT spite of the conservative reactionary image ofthe cur-
Haley Sofge, director of the Miami Housing Authorityas rent republican party brought about by the nominationand
head of the new department.: If you did not hear the address given by Dr. whit- overwhelming defeat of 1964 Republican Presidential
ney Young, executive director of the National Urban Candidate Barry Goldwater, certainly the Democratic Party
League at the Brotherhood Week observance of the Na- overcame a much worse image to become the Dominant
MIAMI IS IN IT tional Council of Christians and Jews, then read it. Political Party in the nation since Franklin D. Rooseveltput
It's pregnant with thoughts worthwhile absorbing. the party on the winning side after nearly seven de-
Two hundred fifty-five European travel agents recently cades of foundering.For .
completed a special tour of United States seek- every one Barry Goldwater in the republican, there
ing the most popular tourist places visited. were hundreds of Democrats with worse Images like "pitch-

They considered natural beauty, as the top attrac- MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE fork" Ben Tillman, "cotton" Ed Smith and Strom Thur
tion. Then came beaches and resorts, shopping centers mond of South Carolina, Theodore "The Mm" Bilbo
and stores, Niagara Falls, nightclubs and casinos MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY James K. Vardaman, Ross Barnett of Mississippi, Huey

museums, theaters, Disneyland, famous restaurants, APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU. "Kingfish" Long of Louisiana, George Wallace of Alabamaand
educational institutions and sports events. many others who rules and influenced the Democratic

Here's how they placed: New York, first; Washington THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE. Party since its founding.
tied for second THEM! Reservations for this banquet may be secured by sending
and San Francisco place; Miami was PLEASE PATRONIZE $7.50 to Southside Street,
Republican Club 626
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entertainment for the wives Bro. and Mrs. Warren welters, and Bro. Walter Tanner.
home of Bro. Dr. and Mrs. N. We wish to take this opportunity to thank our many
appreciation was given to each friends and guests who made our scholarship dance a
and dance to fit the occasion. success and an enjoyable affair.
and not pictured above are

in training with the Dade County
entertained by the Royal20's
home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Da-
February 18. They will leave
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the sandy shores of Florida for Calico Cools
be with Sp/4 Rudolph Fergu

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O.E.S. cordially invites you 1 i
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Sut- Sunday, Feb. 26 at 3:30: p.m., Calico Clint, well// known dynamic singer around
civic this at 14680 Tots Bethune Town Kindergarten Drive, Rich-, Miami and Miami Beach hits it big with the Ba-
their mond Heights. Theme is hamians as well// as the tourists with his exciting
re- "Trees of the Bible." Afro-Cuban blues band. Calico shakes the audi-
for ence with his congas and relaxes them with his
be Mrs. Corrie JacksonworthyMatron flute. He is currently appearing at Bimini Ho-
'the ; John Z. Brown, Wor- tel's Ocean Room and' is booked for future Con-
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Frank C. Martin Elementary students, in coopera- of excessive obligations, while others making $100.00a ALBERT W. COOKE

tion with the library staff, observed Negro History Week week, with similar expenses, find themselves deeply In- Remember tomorrow to keep It hoiy. TODAY SHALT
by honoring Negro greats with daily radio programs. A debted. THOU LABOUR and do all the work: But tomorrowis

trio, consisting of a biography on such persons as Har- There appears to be one common factor among those the Lord's day.If .
riet Tubman, a poem by a Negro writer such as James who have small weekly incomes, and yet manages to live
Weldon Johnson, and a recording by a Negro artist without being financially "strapped, "and that Is their
such as Leontyne Price, was presented each morning dur- use of a budget, the considering and planning their ex- a"Thing" is once begun,
ing that week. penditures based upon their income.To Never leave it t1lllt's done,
* * the contrary, those who have reasonably good In- Be the task Big or small,
Focal point of activities at Killian and Palmetto High comes and normal expenses, and yet find themselves financially Do It well or don't "mess" with it- Cousin.

Schools this past week was the annual magazine subs- embarassed, usually evidence lack of, or Insuf- There are, in our lives, too much unfinished work.
cription sale Commissions from the sales will be depositedIn ficient planning. Those persons who spend without plan- We have put off for doing tomorrow, too many things
junior class treasuries for financing major projects suchas ning will quite frequently find themselves going without which should have been done yesterday. Too many, much
proms. the rent being paid, or proper food in the house. Of course too many of todays tasks await getting done tomorrow.If .
Sodal Notes. several factors ran intervene to upset the best budget, a task is once begun, never leave it till It's done, be
such as emergencies or unforeseen expenses, eta the labor big or small, do it well'or don't mess with it
to Javen Alfonso from hav-
Congratulations Ferguson If one will consider his weekly expenses in view of his What a tremendous "broom" this could be; we could use
selected Dante Fas-
been to
ing as a page Congressman income, he can usually place himself in a better financial things we put there because of laziness, because of frus-
cell Javen left on February 19, for Washington D.C.,
Let the situation where there is brought
position. us study tration, and because of tomorrow.
where he will work and study in the pages school for six
home $85.00 per Into a family of eight; father, mother
weeks before to Miami Killiaa He
returning may pos- and six children. If the weekly expenses are rent, $25.00
sibly return to Washington In his senior year as a full- "Tomorrow and Tomorrow"
food, $30.00; clothing, $5.00; utilities, $5.00; medical care,
time Javen Is the of Reverend and From Macbeth
page. 16-year-old son ( )
$5.00; transportation, or car, $10.00; and miscellaneousitems
Mrs. John A. Ferguson (Anita B.) $5.00; the money is used up. These items are not Tomorrow and tomorrow creep In this petty pace from
* * * to the last syllable of recorded time and
necessarily the complete list of customary weekly bills, day to day; ; our
Freshman Patricia Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. yesterdays have lighted fools the way to dusty death. Out!
nor are each as large' as might be, however they serve
Douglas Smith (Lola), was awarded $10 for her entry in to illustrate the value of contemplating one's financial Out, brief candle! Life is but a walking shadow a poor
the Student Council sponsored Oratorical Contestat condition. player that struts and frets his hour upon the stage; and

Richmond Heights Junior High School Theme for the If the family, in addition to the aforementioned ex- then is heard no more. It is a tale told by an Idiot, full

speeches was "Patriotic Citizenship Needs Optimism." penses, has outstanding loans or obligations, or is desirous of sound and fury, signifying nothing.
* * -William
of entering into a transaction which will result In ShakespeareSo -
Mrs. James Crawford (Alma) scored by winning a
an additional weekly outlay, they must either cut backon
ribbon for her hand-knitted
second prize beige two-piece
some necessary expenses, earn more money, or go into be it then, that we do now that which ought to be
dress in the Needlework Division of the Homestead Ex-
last weekend. debt It is most Important that each family set forth their done now. So be it then, that we do not continue to add,
position necessary weekly including a portion of the and add and add to consciousness
* * * expenses our even overflowinginto
Have noticed auto lately? Does It need a fast, monthly and yearly expenses, insurance, etc., and plan our sub-consciousness. The things that we know to
you your how to meet these items. Thereafter, excess monies can to do the that should
but efficient cleanup? Whether it be a Model T or a Must- do, that we ought things, have been
be utilized. Much be saved, better financial
can or it
money yesterdaydo now.
ang, let the girls in Girl Scout Troop 503 do the Job..
arrangements made, by shopping and comparing costs
The troop will be canvassing the neighborhood on Feb-
and expenses before making purchases. The minds act as a store house, for
ruary 25, for needy cars. Don't let your car be left out! our problem. It
Call Ce5-4863 and make a date for your carwash. Where persons are financially "strapped frequentlyby acts as a storehouse for knowledge; it act as a resevoir
. . . analyzing the different obligations, some assistancecan for ideas. We can't afford to fill it up with todays, or
Inside Our Churches. be obtained. We had one client with a small income yesterday, or even tomorrow task.

Making plans for Easter? ? ? Wait! Leave time to and all the modern conveniences -new car, television, and
attend the "Easter Parade of Fashions" slated for Easter air conditioner; which were being paid for weekly and Too many minds are clogged up with good intentions.

Sunday, March 26, at the Church of hhe Ascension (11- which were keeping her broke. After trading in her equityin Perhaps good intentions is the Trojan horse, within our
201 Colonial Drive). Advance tickets may be purchasedfrom the new car for a fully paid for used car, and giving civilization. Good intentions are no better than :bad In-
the Episcopal Churchwomen, the sponsoring group. back the T.V., she was able to enjoy the air conditionerand tentions. I can watch your hands In action, but who

still eatWhere knows what's on your mind, except you. Out the pro-
one has outstanding debts with high Interest castination club! Stop putting off for tomorrow what

rates or carrying charges, sometmes these can be refinanced should be done today. Do it now. Do it now. This is
COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE TV SERVICE with other institutions to ultimately save money; our father's world. Tomorrow belongs to him. If its his

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t.f E LITTLE RED BOOK: Small proof that this pillar
Is werld In this answer from an appreciative guy whoa

._ our billboardbout.. _his.. lost. bank book: "This is Albury Rhea,
10 acknowledge that I, Robert K. Hardy, daughter of Mrs. Lauretta
received a bank book belonging to the Saunders of Coconut Grove
same, bearing the account No. 7090 of the and Mr. Joseph Mellerson,
Roosevelt Federal Savings and Loan As t j jl son of Mrs. Delphia Meller
sociation. Many thanks to the finder. Robert f son, were married recently.Mrs. .
E. Hardy';. .Carol Ann Johnson's merger M" 1i wll f Mellerson is employedat
to Charles Johnson II found Dan and i iir o Peoples American
National Bank in bookkeeping -
Carolyn Johnson's lovely daughter retain- 9"i1JIi$ '''-/I! and Mr. Mellerson, a former ,
ing her former
tag. The Carver Elementary 101st Airborne paratrooper -
classroom de-icer's stroll down the Churchof I, z for the United States Army
the Open. Door's middle-aisle Feb. 16 f s is in civil service. The
terminated the wnirlwln courtship nf the "' couple is residing in Miami.
Air Force officer-son of Charles and Sadie Johnson of 4'

To The Officers

NOTES ON A NAPKIN: February 15, 1967 marks
the second anniversary of singer Nat King Cole's death ,And MembersOf
.Cole died of lung cancer February 15, 1965. .A Nat
King Cole Medical Library at UCLA has been established a
In his honor and the Nat King Cole Cancer Foundationwill t' { ti Local 1416I
sponsor a Ball March 17 in Los Angeles with proceeds
going to the library. .Maggie Williams hosted her club lrJ
members and friends with a Pre-Birthday Party in her : Fletcher Wade, the au-
home Thursday (Feb. 23). .The group answers to the thor of the article appearing
name of Jolly Friends. .The late Chris Ingraham's I : in the Miami Times February
daughter Mrs. Theophilus (ChrIstell) Roach Is receiving 17, 1967 issue, Page 9, and
medication at Mercy Hosp .But the late Herman Sym- : titled "To Whom It May Con-
onette's heiress June Tew of Floral Heights Elementary, cern" do hereby state as
and her spouse Samuel expect their second. follows:

In his latest starring role, as a teacher !In a London slum school, Academy Award.

SALT WATER TAFFY: Australia Hardwfck and hubby winning actor Sidney Poitier and Suzy Kendall (on his leftprepare) to take his classon (1)with That my after conscience due deliberation I-

Benjamin Jenkins down from Detroit. .Ditto John Panza, museum outing, in Columbia Pictures' "To Sir, With Love." The Columbia Re, hereby retract each and every
formerly of Key West and Out Town, down from Harlem lease, filmed in Technicolor and wide screen, is based on the E, R. Braithwaite statement appearing in the

visiting relatives Geneva Newbold and family. .Percy novel of the same title. James Clavell wrote, produced, and directed for the screen,,' article are in incorrect that said and statements un--

Orlando Williams who died February 10 wan brother and Braithwaite is a citizen of Guyana (formerly British Guiana)who has spent the last true and are not based upon
brother-in-law of Optometrist Charles and Leila Roberts six years in Europe. He was recently named by his government to head the perma- any factual information.
-Williams. He was the youngest of three boys. Number 2 nent Mission of Buyana to the United Notions. Ambassador Braithwaite now lives in (2) That his retraction is
Is Bruce. .Nurses are saying that Patrolman Jimmy WIl- New York City. made of my own free will and
son can be seen In Room 42 at Christian Memorial Hospital without any promise of reward
.What's this I hear about Rev. Purdy Brown's TELL OUR or fear of coerclon.v.' '
and subscribed
Sworn to
Mount Tabor groupSeems that tension among them ran before this 22nd of
so high a few Sabbaths ago that the gendarmes had to be yr February, 1967.
called ,.ln to quell the disturbance. .Bill Brocklngton's OUR CLASSIFIED ADS SAW 'IT IN THI e;, Jean C. Paulsen, notary
mater Alleen Larrimore-Brocklngton died February 14. TIMES publicstate of Florida.

F Island (I.' ; /
THE WEEK'S WASH: Did thatOpa Locka patrolman's / it
daughter get hitched last Sunday pee emm??? Noel and \ I
Ward-Bloomfield about settled in their ,...., "' >NIf
Cleomle are just ::!!: / .x:' a' "- 'I' '1I"1)>!" "
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new abode at N.W. 41st Street and Fifth Avenue. .WIl- r'r"'la':::: f :': j"\: > =: ;;7 ., \ Store/
helmlna Woods, the mid-town beautician, bedded at Jack- ,,'.\ WIGHT .BEAT :r;" 'I

son Memorial. .Ex Patrolam Cecil Simms spending Sun- : 1000 NW 2ml Ave.GvfttMeKhMfe .
day with his mother-in-law during an Opa Locak back- r !: \\0'11
arbecue. .Martha Lamar and an insurance exec
yard Fri. Sit. SH.it
: Green Stamps
holding hands. .Are Miami City Commissioners mov- (
ing headquarters from Municipal Justice Building to Dinner I : 'Fell. '
Key. .The late Sam Lynch, victim of a gunman's ,. 24-25-24 ,. rhfl" WITH t EVERY PURCHASE MM''''.''

bullet, had been considered for membership on the Com- Presents"A' UN PACKAGE STORE ONLY) .
munity Action Board. Oliver Gross and Blanche Clarice u. G"U""M
Johnson became Mr. and Mrs. last Sunday (Feb. 18).


ti' Yw Said aThon Done
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STUFF AND SUCH: Charles C. North, the travelure YL FEB. 23 THRU FEB. 28
who's still clucking over the recent Mardi Grass festivalhe
attended in New Orleans (ratesItworld'sfinest .. tstarr ices a"' ,tttattlttet
) acquiredhis rI't, '
sister Edythe Wars (of Wash. D.C.) over to Miami 200 f :
Beach's Carillon Hotel Feb. 16, where Eastern Air Lines I : $1'"S"; "
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'reception' in the hotel's Gold Room for agents was on tap. 1I11MI+JIfi. $- \EIII

the Washingtonian rates the swelegant affair "top brass ,:, '" > ,
stuff!". Marie Cooper-Wareham birthday party-ed at her .
PlusRICKY ) '' ..
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home Feb. 17 during a home celebration that welcomed I\i: KiND few* Scotch :

children, grandarlings, in-laws and friends of the cele- ; "..
beautlan. .The Boisel Millers celbrated their Silver An- LANEThe [, ( PINT OR FIFTH'C) :
at St. at nine. A .
niversary Phillips Sunday ayem reception .
followed in !her; home in the p.m. at four. Man With the Horn L.----Br-i'hl'.:. &-8 -" r'--' ...


The Miami Alumni of Y ,
Delta Sigma Theta sorority has all ready screened 142 .
r' ;, BM
young maids as potentials for its 17th annual Debutant )
Cotillion. The black-tie-and-gown affair is scheduled for a JACKIE VALDEZPLUS WITH 1'r;',,,', I';;1\:", 'I
Miami Beach audit outing around June 2, and this 1967 .
roster is in celebration of International Delta Week. Sorors AmhiiiiJer ,Scotch ;..: .::':I

Dora (Willie Joe) Wright and Hazel (Robbie) Wrightno '" ,' .' "I.No 'jI.'r.' "' .
( kin) are co-chairman and Soror Gussie Ervin Is prexyof Frank Williams I 'I ,) '
the Grecian gals. .Big news to break soon anent that P (PINT, OR FIFTH) .._ ; .
alleged out-o-town sllckeroo who hit Out Town fast anda & His Rocketeers with this co pon (': i M
wealthy widow's pocketbook with the same tempo. And L -mss as _-tier trr sit .sut tit listF
now several legal entanglements are headed toward the :WEDNESDAY NIGHT'.;"rI-: .
courts where final developments are sure to make front t. I,," LUCKY TICKET NIGHT'" .r. ,.. -.r:---. ssrter-' -- .

page stuff. S t .,;Watches, Imported perfumes, Transistor Radios I 200 FREE 1

'" and many other valuable prizes. I
MIAMI MUSINGS: March 8 Is the date set for Florida
Memorial College's Diamond Jubilee Anniversary recep 1'1'' .
tion-dinner booked for the Deauville on the Beach. Honored ': WILDMAN STEVE SHOW GM
guest at the ten-buck Couvert swelegant will be FMC prexy ", And Name Attractions : :
Dr. Royal W. Puryear. Distinguished guests, Bahamas
Premier Lindlen 0. Pindling, Congressman Dante 0. Fascell LADIES NIGHT 'I (PINT OR FIFTH) ,
and Senator Stephen M. Young. ..That's, brother, from wi. FRIDAY' NIGHT !' ?' 4 ": With this CoupOB
your one-man-newspaper, who knows everybody and every- !kAA: Ladies Free L --- tart trsr'1rrF tasrr -- -trsru 1u1r tnsr rasaa
body's racket, but who Is all ways giving some poor sucker

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Now Two Locations

6225 NW 22nd Ave.

A l1 6011 NW 7th AVE.


New Government, Old Government, Nassau is still the 754-9820 696-9698
same. I arrived on a hot Bahamas Air Lines Vfcount. .-
(You would think that after all these years of operation, and 1
the money they have made, they'd at least air condition I} DU1 3
those hot boxes). I was accompanied by a good friend, D
Jack Simon, who is sort of hefty and he was looking likea I,'. .. oy
wet hen when he got off that minIture "dante's inferno".
I met my long time friend, Basil Rahming, and he took WIGS
me into town. I checked in at the all new and beautiful 1
Anchorage Hotel. While I was talking on the phone to W \
another all time friend, Premier L. 0. Pindling, Jack told -
me that the room number was 423. After my conversation,
I made my way to the elevator and puched the button Warehouse Sale
marked number 4. I wound up 3rd floor If you want to
get off on the 4th floor, you have to push the number 5 i
button I never did find out what you push to get to the FROMHon. $19.95
fifth floor We went to a place called Charlie Charlie's,
which is owned by a retired American, and the palce was
packed, as usual. Here you get to see the women wearing '. ," ,, ,
something less than "mini". We leftthehotel next morning ," ,,:"r..., .I" Tues. and
and rented a car, and our first stop was to say hello, in .,
person, to the New Premier. Turned out this was his :" .;;"', '," d"
t" ; ) .II
busiest hours, so we didn't get to see him, but his top ,,,- ,,'-\ 't' ..'. ; ". Wed.
aide,_ Jimmy Sheppard had the.time to chat and promised ''I ', .\w," ; \:". ,- .,6....-;!.'"::..", ..,.,... """""'11 Only
III 10 convey me message i carried for Lew Price, Directorof
Publicity for the City of MiamI. You know that the Carol Ann Johnson and Capt. Charles Johnsonwere

new government is most anxious to work moreclosely with ;joined in marriage, Thursday, Feb. 16 at the Just 3
the City of Miami than the former power structure. Of Church of the Open Door. The bride is the daughter of Days
course, I had a talk with former Sir John Hotel and
Operator, Mr. Mrs. Daniel (Carolyn) Johnson, Jr. She /Is a
Dave Probinsky, who !is acting as the Bahamian Ambas- graduate of Bethune-Cookman
sador (that Is version of his College, a member of the DURING THIS SALE WIGS
my capacity with the new Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority and a first grade teacherat
government). Good old Bay Street was our next stop and Carver / 53 00
Elementary School.
the town was loaded with tourists. Seems even more peopleare groom is the son of CLEANED AND STYLED o
Mr. and Mrs. Charles (Sadie) Johnson, Sr. He is
going to Nassau than before, and this statement does a gra-
not reflect the former duate of Howard University and is currently a captain See
on government at all. .just proves These BargainsREG.
that the publicity Nassau has received since Mr. Pindlingwon in the United States Army, stationed at Ft. Bragg, N, C.
the election and the PLP took hold of the government, 49.50 WIGS NOW 19.95
about the Americans being afraid to go there, is untrue.
It does seem that more people are going to Nassau, these QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Sign on the back ofa REG.
Southern Flower Farms Truck, "Drlvercarefully,the next 79.50 WIGS NOW 29.95
days.Anyway, Bay Street is still Jumping. We met old friends load may be for you".Sign on a Loan Company
like Basil Nichols, (a young man who bears watching, be- marquee, "For that run-down feeling, try jay-walking".\. REG. 97.50 WIGS NOW 49.95WE
cause he is going places and will be a main force in the Otis Clay makes his way ino .the Knight Beat, this week
bahamian government in years to come;), and the same end, along with a host of other show stoppers. Frank Williams BOAST FOUR OF THECOUNTRY'S
goes for Jimmy Shepard, the Premier's top aide and Executive and his Rocketeers will do the musical honors. Tues-
Administrative Assistant; Errol Leach, JImmie day and Thursday nights at the Knight Beat ar Amateur BEST WIG STYLISTSfl1i.1IJ,
Hayek, and many, many more. After running around night and ladle's night, again..Chickie Horne was in
all day seeing various people abusiness matter, we de- town for a couple days,buying anew short. Give you one
cided it was time to quit and get ready to make hay for guess whatkind it is, and what happened to the other one
the evening. At Peanut's Taylor's Drumbeat, #Jt was just Former Brookly Dodger Baseball player, Joe Black, is
great. His show consists of a fire dancer, a fabulous in town to play a little gold with J\mmy Jones, Larry,
Limbo Dancer; Peanuts himself plays five conga drumsat Batchelor and yours truly, this week-end. Joe is a now a
one time, and his star attraction is Pat Rolle, who sings representative for the Greyhound Bus Lines."LeavethedrivIng -
almost like the late, great, Nat King Cole. The added to them".Dr. Ferdinand Penn, of Detroit, is enjoying -
who breaks up the house. The place was packed for the his "borrowed" golf clubs in our sunny Florida.
first show, and wehadtogoouta side door because people Someone stole his, and he just wanted to see what the sun al
were standing in line at the front door waiting for us to looks like. He is cousin to our late friend, Dr. Harry Penn 1
get out so they could see the second one. It is still the from Roanoke, Va. .While on the subject of golf, I
swininginest place in the world. Nassau .and you had the pleasure of playing in the Baseball Players Tour- iWti1e
must go over sometime. You will really enjoy yourself. nament (representing the Miami Times) with Speedy Gon-
zales, Augle Burgamo (formerly of the St. Louis Car-
dinals), Houston Crosley (owner of the Cincinnati Reds)
and Joe Pickens (an Executive of The Chrysler Corp.). ,
Where is Charlie Had ley, and what Is he doing these days? BEAUTIFUL FLOOR COVERING BUYS !
ft. Same goes for our new Mayor, Tannie Dean? .Clyde
Killens hanging out on the corner by The Mary Elizabeth j M !'S d
and reminding the folks about his Night In Nassau on j
... March 12th at the Island Club. .Scarcely seen these days, (
't also, are Bill Wynn, Father Gibson, A. D. Moore, J. 0. :
V w M Brown and Slim Bannister .We found out that the best :
lawyer in town In Henry Arrington. We though that all i j.s;;
along, but you are not supposed to advertise Lawyers and ,
Doctors, but Henry Is taking Cassius (Muhammad All) :
Clays title "The Greatest)". You have to give credit where '.
it is due. Next week, we'll tell you how we know, and about
our system where the poor man stays In jail without bondon
a "little technicality" and the richonecan get bond even
1'i' if it Is a murder rap. Big deal coming up because Yel-
low Cabs will not come into our neighborhoods? If they
are not serving the "public", then the City Commission '
rFor should not renew their license. We shall see. In the mean- fd
time, if you need a cab, and cannot get one of "ours," byG, / 'a e 4 't ,
use Diamond or Aircraft, please Grandway did al-
right for a few weeks, as far as cashiers was concerned, -
but they are back at their old tricks of having one or two
cashiers working, with a line waiting be served. You '
don't find lines like that in the other neighborhoods. Is it
management trying to prove that they can save money? ,
w Or is it just a "don't care" attitude in the 54th Street area.
We'll find out about that, too. that does it for an-
other week. Till the next one. LIVE LIFE, EVERY GOL-

M.NrIM N LNn" '
many years, I have Introduced Peanuts Taylor to '$1,000 REWARD
"good and exceptional entertainers". He has longed for Keg. 19.99, plus rayon pile9x12'
the day when he could'Introduce me to someone. Well FOR INFORMATION
he did! And she is a gasser! Shirley Bassey, at the Deau-
ville on her closing night sang"Youcanhave him, I don't ROOM SIZE RUG
want him". ."Goldginger" (this she sang on the sound LEADING TO ARREST AND SUSTAINED
track of the picture of the same name). Her show lasted CONVICTION OF PERSON OR PERSONS
for one solid hour, and she has the strongest voice I have
ever heard, and I have heard them all. Shirley Bassey, CAUSING THE PROPERTY DAMAGE TO: Glamour underfoot!
the toast of Europe, has invaded America. Her rendition rubber backed n
of "My Quest" was the living end. Truly Shirley Bassey Joe's Market so
is the female Sammy Davis, Jr., and cannot be excelledby :' no need for a rug Foam-17
woman is great. ,
anyone I have ever heard. Thisyoung your choice of a big
And if there is another word in the English language be- ON THEMORNING OF FEB. I" (1961. CALL of long lasting
yond that, that is what Shirley Bassey is! Her projectionpresentation

looks and wadrobe are the last word. .and ,t'ATTORNEY'.? SANFORD M. SWERDLIN \ ...........w........

man, this chick can sing! ,J" AT LAW i :r M EYOUR MONEY'S WORTH MORE AT

PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: George Wright "? ..



10 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 24, 1967- .,... .

r ; Omegas Plan Talent

Hunt Program -

In an effort to "discover"some through twelve and, adults.
of the best musical talent Group participation may
in the Dade and Brow- also be included In this category -
ard County Areas,the Brothers Adult contestants will
of Sigma Alpha Alpha make a musical presentation
Chapter, Omega Psi Phi Fra- after which they will introduce
ternity is planning for The a compctetive contes-
Omega Showcase of 1967. tantThis
This is keeping with the an- is another affair that
hIM4 nual Talent Hunt program Sigma Alpha is presenting
sponsored by Omega Psi Phi In keeping with Its projectfor
throughout the naton. the yearProviding Cultural -
The program will be presented Affairs for the Com
in two parts, as fol- munlty and its Youth. The
lows: community and schools are
-w COMPETITIVE: Only asked to cooperate with this
twelfth grade students may effort.
I participate, the winner will Brother Elliott Scavellais
r represent Sigma Alpah at Chairman of The Talent
the Regional Meeting to be Hunt Program. Brothers
{ held In Palm Beach, March Herbert L Day, SstrldMack,
1' 23, 1967. Here, the contest- Johnny Brown, Henry Min-
ar it ants will compete with win- go, and Richard Dunn are
ners from chapters representing members of Talent Hunt
Florida, Georgia, Alabama
and Committee.The .
All participants will re- Omega Showcase-
1 r Iv ceive certificates of participation 1967 will be presented Sat-
v o with the three top winners urday, March 4, at Alia-
l I to receive plaques. pattah Junior High School,
} NON COMPETETIVE: 1331 N.W. 46th Street at
I These participants may be 3kk p.m. Do not miss this
students from grades one affair.
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Arrived At
The Northwest Center cess of 1967-68 on last Sa- sic of a swinging band led the nominees for sweetheartand
YWCA at 5100 NW 21st Ave. turday night when over 65 Y- by young Paschal.Mr. princess were called for- RITA'S FASHIONS
was the setting fa the crown- Teens in lovely party and Bill Harris of Glamour ward. They were Sandra
I ing of Miss Y-Teen Sweet- semi-formal dresses danced Studios took pictures of the Young, Janice Jackson, Pa- 820 PERRINE AVENUE
heart and Miss Y-Teen Prin- with their escorts to the mu- glamorous affair after which Jackson tricia ,Jones Denise, Jacqueline Bumsido (Perrine Shopping Center)

and Deloris Bailey. Squealsof Specializing in women and childreni wear, Come in
r ta delight and applause rang now, make early selections and me our lay way plan
+ wr out as (he announcementwas
made that Denise Burns- Hours: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily
side, a junior at Miami Jack-
son High School had been 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Friday & Saturday
noted as Miss Y-Te'en Sweet-
heart of 1967. Denise is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ste-
wart Matthews of 3291 NW
+J 52nd St. She was crownedand
1 presented with an orchid
by Mrs. Ethel Ferguson, ELECT
program director Northwest

Center. t

-' Janice Jackscn, 9th grader -
\ .' at Miami Jackson High '
'U School was voted "Miss Y- SENATOR
-, 'If Teen Princess." Janice is

,."... the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. LEVER 8-C DISTRICT 48
r .'., '1 .. Calvin Jackson, 1750 NW ,,,nA
'' I 52nd St. Janice was presented 4
with a bouquet of pink carnations +
by Mrs. Bettye Wiggs,
M' j Teenage program Director at r.
the Northwest YWCA.

_-'U3'' 1 a. The "Y" staff would liketo
thank the following adult
guests for helping to make
our Sweethearts Ball a success wA
1490 On Your Dial :Mrs.Ernestine Bellamy,
PRESENTS Roland Bellamy, Mr. Amos
Key, Mrs. Bettye Key, Mrs.
PROGRESS REPORT Irene Clark, Mrs. Lemmie
SINGER' Mitchell, chairman of NW
Times Daily YWCA area comm., Mr. James
Johnson, Mrs. Beulah Brad-
8 L ., 1:55 and xO p.m.
ley, Miss V. Louise Morris,
correlator of Miami
88 mYICI Dmlt YWCA, Mr. Ivory Wiggs, Mr.
Vote For Pirtibti taro CLEAN Ott Winston Foster, Miss Ca-
$13 1 MACE MEr'[ eeELTOH therine Foston and Mr. Garth I
mr 1
AIr Cooled Motor TERMS 'Nr M""I Reeves, editor of the Miami
S-tptid Control Times.

GISSENDANNERfr..1! 'Home Demonstration The 13th annual Sweethearts IN TALLAHASSEE 1

Ball ended at 11:30 p.m. and
107th House immct Without Obligation. Call jf 4-6242 the youth left-some already RENICK STATE SENATOR ':
wondering, "who will be f
Tues. Feb. 28 DOMESTIC SEWING Miss Y-Teen Sweetheart and
Y-Teen Princess of 1968- Lever 8-C District 48 !
4701 NW 22nd Avenue '69.
Lever 32-D Pd.PoI.Adv.Vote .

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Member of the Advisory boara ot Florida Memorial{
Member of Relocation{ Committee{ for Florida Memorial{
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THE MIAMI TIMES.. Friday.. February 24. 1967 11
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I' Special Educational Meeting For PUN PHUNBy.

Dining Car Employees UnionSpecial Phil OssoferI

found out what they
educational meet- for the Miami District will call those fellows who"sha t
Si '
Ings for all dining car em- assist in conducting the meet dow" others for a price. ___
ployees of the ACL, SAL, ing. Brother Harry Rogers, They're private detectives.
and N & W Railroad Com- Secretary-Treasurer of Local My doctor has a special v@a
panies will be held on Monday 495 will report on the liquid he prescribes for peo- ,
and Tuesday, February finances of the Local. Di- ple with imaginary com- .
27 and 28, at the Bonded strict officers R. M Simpkins, plaints. It's called Sham IIb
Collection Agency, 4150 Local Chairman; R J. ki'1''
N.W. 7th Avenue at 7:30: Owens, Local Chairman; Pain.Visiting a hospital lately, Is'rr 1,tr4k
P.M Guest Speakers for George C. Jenkins, District I saw a fellow who was
the meetings will include Sec.-Treas; and C. Q Bolt, bandaged from; head to foot,
Brother W. Smith, Inter- District Chairman will also with casts on both legs. I I
national Vice-Presidentofthe be in attendance at these found that he was a drop-
Hotel, Restaurant, and Bar- meetings in Miami Similar out from a parachute Jump-
tenders Union; and Attorney meetings will beheld in Jacksonville ing school b
Louis B. Christopher of the Florida on March Did you hear about the
Joint Council of Dining Car 2 and 3, 1967 at 1 p.m. tennis player who took up
Employees from Chicago, Il- in the Clara White Mission. selling Insurance? He's now
linois. Members are urged to be in the policy racet.
The following matters of present and on time to each There is a prominent ten-
great Importance to all em- of these very Important meet- nis player whose last nameis
ployees will be discussed: ings relating toyourwelfare. the same as mine. When
SAL-ACL Merger now before asked if we are related, I 1w
the U. S. Supreme Court; answer, "No, but I'' sure : /)
February 7th Job Protection wish I had his racket.
Agreement; August IstACL- Vote Did you know that the ,
SAL Merger Protection sports pages carry the bus
Agreement and schedules? Yes, sir they tell
; ;
when the The victors receive their awards at the ceremony which climaxed the 14th an-
Unions Agreement signed you greyhoundsare
January 13, 1967 for wage T. running.A nual North-south Golf Tournament here (Feb. 8-J2)). Trophies were furnished by,the'
increase, vacations, etc. friend said to his Coca-Cola Company, major/ sponsor of* the event. From the left above Fleetwood
Brother F. C. Lindsey, McKILLOPTUBS. bookie, "Isn't betting on the Price, sales and marketing representative for the Coca-Cola Bottling Co., of Miami;
General Chairman, Local dogs illegal?" The bookie Miss Delores Hayes, tournament queen; Lee Elder, Washington, D. C., who is receiving -
495, Washington, D. C.,will answered, "Don't worry. a check for $800 as top prize; Ray Mitchell, the tournament founder; Miss
," be present to inform mem- Take the greyhound, and. Renee Powell, of Ohio, winner of the Women's division; and Billy Burke, Dallas,
,, bers about matter relative to Feb. 28 leave the bribing to us." special representative for the Coca-Cola Company.
Some of
W I their welfare. Brother our expressionsdon't
l,!" Southern Smith, Jr., Trustee mean exactly what they
I say. For instance, "You
could hear a pin drop." CHILD OPPORTUNITY day, February 28 at the Child us. There will also be a
; Opportunity Center, 1900 NW series of classroom activities
I I '. : -
WelT, I doubt could
I anyone CENTER 75th St. at 7:45 p.m. Mrs. that the parents may
/ : hear a pin drop, but
you Duane Hull, Lau- participate in.
-... might hear one land. The Liberty City Child bach Literary Inc.nwill. be at We are asking all our
II :!" Opportunity Center will hold our meeting to pass along C.A.O. members to please be
its monthly meeting Tuessome important information present.
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Guidance departmentof
Northwestern Senior High
School extends an invitationto
all to come out and hear
Dr. Ernest O. Melby, former b
Dean of Education,New York r
,. University, Wednesday, March
1 at 3:30 p.m. in the school's
3 =I auditorium.Dr. .
Melby's subject will
.....r.wOFtotIpt be t "Motivating the Disadvantaged -

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3290 NW 45 STREET
-'- '- -
Miami! l Florida Maurice Ferre doesn't make
Dr. Royal W. Puryeoreff/ President of Florida pie-in-the-sky promises.But .

Memorial College, displays a poster sign with Mayor H.,.." & Kindergarten when he makes a promise, he keeps it.
Luther Brooks of Islandia./ LictHttd by
And that's the Important thing.
Florida Stott Wtlfart t
The mayor is on the advisory board of the college
For And for all of Dade.,
which relocates from St. Augustine to Miami in 1968. Call you.
Picture was taken at a reception for Dr. Puryearat 634-3044 or 635.5233 Maurice Ferre doesn't have a solution to every problem. But he is com-
the home of Dr. Irene Pratt. mitted to the ideal that representation of the people means exactly that:

to pursue with vigor and purpose the just goals of the people of Dade County.

These goals include a well-organized program to fulfill the needs of

our Senior Citizens. Ferre favors expansion of low-cost housing projects

similar to the Robert King High Towers. Reduced public transportationfares.
A VOICE IN THE STATE LEGISLATURE And additional recreational facilities for Senior Citizens. He will

support these and other worthwhile objectives while working closely

with the Florida Commission on the Aging.

Ferre means fair play for our youth-and for the future greatness of
I Dade as a national focal point of quality education. He has pledged

himself to work for rapid construction of a four-year college in Dade

County. And for improved salaries and schools under the Minimum

Foundation Program.
Ferre recognizes the unfair taxation problems facing both the home

owner and the businessman. He will work diligently to eliminate exces-

DISTRICT 107 LEVER pp, ,) sive property taxes and the business inventory tax. .
As your voice in Tallahassee, Ferre will expend every energy in fight-

ing for a new, modern State Constitution.A .
successful businessman, Ferre has used his imaginative industrial

MIAMI TIMES know-how to create jobs and payrolls that are vital to the economic pro-

6530 NW 15th Avenue gress and prosperity of Dade. (A responsible civic leader, Ferre has given
freely of his time and talents to make Dade a better place in which to live.)
He knows business. He knows people. He knows it is the business of. ,

government to work for the people.



City Stat. Zip Cod. LEVER 13C



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Delta Eta Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority is
busy making plans for celebrating Finer Womanhoodweek.
To climax their celebration will be a public programat
the Mt. Olive Baptist Church of I< t. Lauderdale on Sun
March 5, 1967 at 3:00 p.m. The featured speakerwffl
be the reknown Dr. Deborah P. Wolfe, ex-grand Basil-
eus of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, a staff member of the U.S.
+ ,wrp Office of Education and instructor at the Queens College of

Flushing, N. Y. One would miss a treat by not preparingto
hear this outstanding speaker.
1, .. .. -
,""j: ,.': :\ The Broward Cosmetology and Auxiliary Club will
,: .''. ,., 'I' present their annual "ALL OCCASION FASHIONS" on
"". ', Sunday, February 26 from 5 to 9 p.m. at the Most Ham- f.1 a ar
mondville Road, Pompano This annual affair is to benefitthe I F
,; J rl I underprivileged children. Tickets may be secured from
I any of the members of this dub.

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Miss Northwest Lauderdale

Teenager of the Week BY CAROLYN LAWSON One of the outstandingevents Ing gowns, escorted by the
recently of the social young men who were dressed -
Miss Sharon Mitchell was elected MISS BEH by her The communtiy was shocked and grieved n Saturday calender was the crowning for the occasion.
learn of the death of Mr. Milton Miller
afternoon ,
schoolmates. She Is the daughter d Mr. and Mrs. Theo- of Miss Northwest Fort Other highlights of the
the son of of families, and I am
one our pioneer sure
dore Mitchell of 167 S. W. Fourth Street, Deerfield Beach. Lauderdale by the North- evening were the numbersby
that he will be missed by the communtiy.
She is a senior at Blanche Ely High School, a member west Federated Woman's "The Midget" and Tony
of the Orange and Green Chanter of the National The St. Paul Methodist Church will journey to Perrine Club, held in the Dillard Lardge who thrilled the audi-
Honor Society. Other activities in which she is active in Sunday afternoon to assist Kerr Memorial Methodist Comprehensive High School ence with their dances.
are YPE, Pre-Madonnas and the Echos of Glory Choirof Church in observing their Men's Day Program.St. Gymnasium.The Cynthia Milton with her

the Church of God, Deerfield Beach. Mary's Episcopal Church will sponsor a Fish Fryon young ladies compet- lovely voice thrilled the audi
Saturday, February 25th on the church grounds. This ing for the crown were ence and the Dillard Girls'
will aid the building fund. Carolyn Bishop, Mable Chorus under :the direction

Kiddie Kollege Kindergarten is planning a Tom Thumb Moore Dorothy Walker, of Mrs. Rhoda Snead, was
Wedding to come off around the third Sunday in March. and Queen Ester Cunning- magnificent.Miss
ham. They were assisted by
'. Organization of Project Read is being undertaken in the little Missis Jean Boykins, Northwest Fort
Deerfield All would like to learn to read and write
area. Tia Hawkins, Milo Pettis, Lauderdale of 1966,Jacqueline -
are requested to come and register.The Sandra Stephens, Stephanie Wright was charming In
Busy Bee Club of Bethel A. M E. Church, whichis Stewart and Anita Wood. placing the crown upon the
BY EUMERGENE WOOD -- made up of children from 3 to 12 years of age, will be The winners of the crown head of the newly elected
In charge of the services at their church on Sunday, was Carolyn Bishop assistedby queen. ,'*'
Sandra who At the end of the ceremony -
If you have news of interesttothepublic, please report it Stephens
Dear Genie, to me no later than Friday evenIng at 5 P.M by callingme was crowned the "Little the "Cycoes Combo"
I read what you told "Auntie", last week. .and, I at 399-3639. On Saturday, you may find me at June Miss". Dorothy Walker assisted charmed the audience with
don't agree. I don't see where children should suffer be- & Carolyn Barber Shop, 269 S. Dixie Highway in Deer- by Stephanie Stewarttoo Its beautiful dance music to
cause of someone elses laziness. I think the aunt shouldbe field Beach. second place. which the young people's
allowed to talk to the children. .someone should. Thereis The young ladies were hearts danced In tune for the
nothing wrong with trying to keepyoungsters on the right lovely In their beautiful even- ball which followed.
road, I say. I tell my sister's children about things they
do and they listen to me too. I say you are wrong. '":''' ..
Well, Auntie, too, you have your thoughts, I have mine. ...'
Now we have both said what we think. And, all U well. .. ElectAn


I am one of those "working wives". I am misunderstood ,.: Outstanding Legislator t
If I work, I am criticized. I am accused of being
unfair to my family. .of leaving my children alone and EmersonALLSWORFH
uncared for. If I don't work, I am accused of being lazy. REPRESENTATIVE
Of course, I don't care what Is said by anyone other than
my family. But I need ground to stand on to defend
myself. What do you say about working wives, Genie?
Still a Mother

Dear Still a Mother,
For Your
I say bully for you. As long as your family is pleased,
please do what pleases you and them. You are not alonein
your fight. It has been reported that over "15 million STATE SENATOR

wives earn paychecks". The need for additional money is
just one of the important reasons why. No matter what DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE

your reason is, you are a credit to the economy of our DISTRICT 37
nation. Manufacturers today knock them selves out developing
foods that areeasy to prepare. .instant food .clothes
that require no ironing. .ovens that cook while you
work. ..plus millions of others time saving and labor saving RECORD
devices. All designed to catch the watchful eye of the
1. Assisted in draft of new Florida Constitution as only
wife. So dear .
working my lady. .work if you want to. M
Gone are the days when'work as a dirty word. ,every- .1s member of Florida Constiutional Commission from
body's doing It these days. Broward County.

Dear Genie, 2. Helped secure fair reapportionment.
I really love my mother-in-law..but..she is too help-
ful. Shetellmehowtocleanmy house.. .cook my food. 3. Sponsored bill to reduce State Intangible Tax.

do my dishes. .and anything I may happen to be doing Re- Cecl 4. Drafted and passed Mortgage Brokerage Act, Child
when she comes over. I don't want to in offend
her but I want to do things my way. How can way I tell and Richard L. "Dick" Brown Molester Act, Pompano Harness Track Act, Nova Uni-
still remain friends. versity Act and many others.

DaughterinlawDear 5. Passed bill creating new Congressional District for

Daughter-in-law,' FLORIDA Broward County.Rthv .
I've heard of "Mother, I'd ratherdo it myself", but never
"mother-in-law, I'd rather do it myself". This Is touchy HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVESDISTRICT
subject. ;.oneyou'll have to be very careful with. I suggest t BROWARD'S EXPERIENCED AND
tell her how do things to show her
you you try why your EFFECTIVE VOICE IN THE
way Is best. .that is. .if It is. Sometimes the oldfashionedway 84 DEMOCRAT I
Is the best way. If you try hard enough, you'll get STATE
.1 hope!
through. 'T' ion "Bete Btwitatd' LEGISLATUREJE1
For any answer to that problem you have that you dare wit a Vote Feb. 28th for

not ask your closest friend. .write Dear Genie, today, Constructive
P.O. Box 8665, Ft. Lauderdale.
:|; Proven Experience

.,: .'TiY' 1S f p', : ".f'fl" ,;j sr' i" *j; Informed PROVEN EFFECTIVENESS
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"r & : : ii Dr Deborah Pafridge Wolfe

I :THE" IAU DERDALEJ MPof.l Broward'i Sport Scene Filter Womanhood SpeakerDr. I

NATHANIEL WILKERSON Deborah Pastrldge In her travel all over the
Thanks to the Charming ladies of the Charmettes Incorporated LrBY Wolfe, Professor of Education world she has engaged in
of Broward County our weekend was marked at Owens College New man other other activities,
allegro-light, graceful and moderately fast In tempo. If you In the turmoil of Dillard Gym Monday night, a none- York, formerly served as Education Music Director, Women's
were not In attendance at this Annual Fashion Fizz heldat > killing war was fought. There was a shooting, but no Chief with the Committee Auxiliary Convention of the
the Elks Ballroom last Sunday evening missed what guns were fired. Only the bottom of baskets were being on Education and Labor Eseneral Baptist State Con-
I am sure will be recorded as one of the you highlights of the; knocked out Basketball baskets that is. This was the of the House of Repare- vention, Consultant for
"Season". The show was late starting but no one counted dream game of Broward County being focused and be. sentatives. Eastern Region, NAACP to
this as minus for the ladies annual effort since the show; lievc-you-me, they were there. Teams (from neighboring Dr. Deborah P. Wolfe has mention a few.
proved to be so breathtakingly entertaining. Mrs. Sue schools) Scouts (from colleges), coaches, presidents and had many years of experience As a lecturer, she has
Philbrook Fashion Coordinator for Haber's Sunrise Shop- anyone else of colleges that had a remote chance of recruiting in education, having made over 100 lectures
ping Center was the narrator and I must say she was hot anyone was present. The reason I know Is that taught on all levels from throughout the United States
the average M.C. giving us some very enjoyable movementwith two-hundred dollar suits were ten cents a dozen. At the kingergarden through grad and Europe during 1965-
her wit which is reminiscent of Phillis Diller. Mr. end it was, who Is the best?; Bynes or Harris (Joe Bvnesor uate instruction. Her experiences 66 alone.
Music himself, Everett Edwards provided Dillard or Sam Harris of Blanche Ely). have taken her to
music. One could note a particular melodious appropriate strain from The evening was Introduced by the Junior Vasity game man parts of the United Dr. Wolfe will be the guest
the organ when his vivacious wife Bonnie walked as only going Into overtime. I had never heard of overtime in States, New Jersey, New speaker for the Zeta Phi Beta
she can across the runway. It would be presumptuous of sports until that great football classic played between the York, Illinois, Alabama, Sorority, culh inating their
me to suggest that I can academically appraise a fashion New York Giants and Baltimore Colts. If you had been and California. She has traveled Finer Womanhood Week
show but I would not hesitate to boldly state that the in Dillard Gym Monday night, the same nostalgia would In England, Ireland, activities at the Greater New
models and the gowns were gorgeous and I was totally have held you spell-bound, for the ending was only the France, Canada, Denmark, Mount Olive Baptist Church,
measuiized with the vivid colors of the gowns and head beginning of what many hoped would be the final of a Sweden and many other Sunday, March 5, 1967 at I
pieces and the shapely ladies of the jet set Statuesque Vivian good, era, Dillard Vs Ely In the FIAA Final. countries induding Africa, 3:00: p.m., Fort Lauderdale,
Lydle led the parade In the voom-voom, scene I. From After the officials reset the clock for the Jr. showdown Hawawil and Alaska. Florida
that moment on I was spellbound with the continuous flow everybody was expecting the show-me-now-or-never. It''
of heavenly bodies like Miss Helen Hamm, Mrs. Geralding simply added up to Bynes vs Harris. As the final buzzer
Y. Hawkins, Mrs. Mary Johnson, Mrs. Bennie Edwards, sounded for the Jr. Vasity game, the Scoreboard read
Mrs. Ada Davis, Mrs. Rose Merritt, Mrs. Martha Pinkston, Ely5i-Dillard46.
Miss Gladzs Young and Miss Sally Stephen. Some guys As the vasity teams began their warmup tosses, cheers
get all the brakes like Walter Holmes who was the only began to swell. This was the show-down between Bynes
male on the runway. Hats off to petite Bennie Edwards and Harris. But It didn't take long to see who the victor
who designed the gorgeous gowns she modeled. Bennies' would be. After one minute 57 seconds, Ely had a seven- I
black and gold was a show stopper. It was graceful Rose zero lead. This is when the fire-works begin.To ED HADDAD
Merritt who completely paralyzed yours truly with that make a long story short it was Dillard, Dillard,
"Helen of Troy" look in the long white formal' which while Dillard. (It is only fair that I state here and now that if
heavenly elegant was the buy of the evening at the cost of Mr. Howard Porter of Sarasota Booker is better point
only $49.00. Now its alright to buy the dress but can maker than Bynes of Dillard, someone should do some-
Haber's make our wives or girl friends look like the adorable thing to see that the two meet). The previous four Dillard's -- "1i
Ross"? Exquisite, elegant and esthetic can best describe mean: 1st qt Dillard 22 Ely 15; Half Dillard 38 .
the long red velvet coat worn by delicate and angelic Ely 34; 3rd qt. Dillard 62, Ely 51; final Dillard 93 .
Jeanette Shirley. Thanks ladies for providing us with moments Ely 82. -
which will long be remembered. Not only were Bynes and Harris there but six other
-- -- -- players hit in the double figures. The amazing thing about
Seen enjoying the show at Elks were: Laureen Lamkins it was that three were from each team. As I look back on .
of New York, Helen Rawls, Dr. James Bass,Mr. and Mrs. the over-all game (Bynes 45 Harris 23), It will be interesting
Toni Steeter, W. George Allen, Miss Pat Johnson, Mary to see the two In the FIAA final for the Last '
Well, Louise Mann, Emma Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Championship. (Remember Ely beat Dillard three weeks
Dixon: Mr. and Mrs. George Burroughs, 'Dorothy Johnson ago). :
and a host of other fine citizens who made up the In all fairness to Broward County, the onlyway for you i ,
capacity audience. Later in the evening we exchanged I to Judge for yourself Is to prepare for the two up-coming
pleasant chatter with Joyce Alexander, Gladys Harris, tournaments, the district and the state chamlonships. Re-
Gladys Lavine, Allen Orr, Nathaniel Stokes, Levi! Henry member, if you see them both you will be able to say In
and Betty Vincent relaxing In the Els Lounge.The years to come as to who was the best Bynes or Harris. STATE HOUSE OF
From the persons present tonight,teams,coachesscouts,
Annual Negro Spiritual Concert to be held at athletic directors, anyone capable of rewriting a first- REPRESENTATIVESHADDADwi2Luwitkoit
Ascension Presbyterian Church located at 801 Northwest14th -rate basketball player, you will,be. proud of the fact, that
Terrace, on Sunday, February 26th at 5:00: P.M. he came from Broward County.
features outstanding artists of Broward County, the Choirof Games From The Heart
Ascension Presbyterian Church and the New Mount Participants of Sunland Playground enjoyed an afternoon :
Olive Concert Choir. of "Games From The Heart" Friday during their
The Program will be conducted In two parts. The program Post-Valentine Special Event.
will attempt to convey the idea that even thoughthe Crowned King and Queen of Hearts for the Fun-filled HIGHER EDUCATION to Florida
spirituals are of a religious nature, their purpose was Day were David Parrot and Gwendolyn Sanders. o prepare
primarily that of a code of escape from bondage into Next week's special event will be a Birthday Party for for the tremendous Increase In students.
freedom. all Sunland participants born In January and February.

The soloists appearing are Mr. Carl Crawford, Mrs. Birthday PartyIt e INCREASED TOURISM AND INDUSTRY, to
Betty Black McCray, Mr. Samuel Lynch, Miss Brenda was Birthday Time at Lincoln Playground Fridayat make Florida number in these fields.
Brown, Mr. Beauregard Cummings, Mrs. Rebecca Williams 4:30: P.M. All children born In the month of Februarywas
Mr. Porter M. Davis, Jr., Mrs. Laura Martin and honored by the participants of Lincoln Playgroundwith
Mr. William Dandy.Community games, races, dances and refreshments. TAX REVISION, except in the fields of
Service Council of Broward County will Those children whose birthdays were celebrated were groceries and medicines.
sponsor its luncheon this month for Tuesday, February28, Cynthia James, Leonard Gainey III, Maple Carter and
noon, at SL Clair's Cafeteria, opposite Sears Town, Fort Debra LaFanors.
Lauderdale. o HUMAN RIGHTS. to give everyone an equal'
Municipal Judge Edward O'Cleary of Fort Lauderdale opportunity in life.
will speak on the subject: "Community Social Prob- VOTE TUESDAY, FEB. 28

lems As Seen By A Municipal Judge". Sleet E. J. "Bud"Averman STATE HOUSE ,OF REPRESENTATIVES
W. George Allen, Young Attorney in Fort Lauderdale
dashed about the gala fashion show of the Charmettes on DEMOCRAT DISTRICT 88 BROWARD
Sunday nite, February 19th seeking votes for himself and Jr.
his law partner Al Hastings. Both are candidates for the VOTE TUESDAY, FEB. 28
State Legislature. Hastings Is running in group 82 and
Allen Is running in group 84. The election is February28th. STATE REPRESENTATIVEDISTRICT

The Fort Lauderdale Schools of the Northwest community
have chosen the following ladies as delegates to the la Petite
state convention of P.T.A.s in Tallahassee this week Mrs.
Bernice Thompson, County Council President, Mrs. Elizabeth
Williams, District 10 Broward Area President, Mrs. IVjjm Beauty
Elizabeth Gregory, Mrs. Annie Mae Glover, Dillard Com DISTRICT
prehensive High School, Mrs. Gladys Harris, EvergladesJr. 85 S<0* F q 85
High School, Mrs. Joana Bradley and Mrs. Barbara &
Ponder, Larkdale Elementary School; Mrs. Gladys Lavine, Wig \
Sunland Elementary School, Mrs. Mary Lou Bonner,
Dillard Elementary.Guest _
organist Mn Naomi Striggles and soloist Mrs. 100% HumaR
Nora Hagman are to appear at the Ascension Presbyterian
11:00 service Sunday, February26th. PROFESSIONAL I BEAUTY | uj,
Church at the am. on Hair
BA Penn State Univ '
Mrs. Striggles, a commission church worker and out Attorney AND WIG SERVICE 9s
standing sacred organist Is first assistant to the ministers LLB. Univ of Miami Teacher

of First Presbyterian Church. She has appeared as organistin Lt. Col. USAF Reserve Builder Charlotte Phllllft/ Wig Stylist
many concerts. She is also known for her work In the
area of Christian Education. Mrs. Striggles will play a '18,000 hr. Airline Captain
medley of sacred preludes. Mrs. Hagman, noted contralto Vice |
Mayor of Hallandale
soloist has had occasion to appear In numerous concerts. Phone 524-8261
Mrs. Hagman Is a native of Fort Lauderdale. DEDICATED
For Pick Up and Delivery
Representation for ALL the people of Broward
The Zeta Phi Beta Sorority will culminate its Finer Wom- ,
anhood Week activities at the Greater New Mount Olive Democrat [ 1603 NW 6th St.
Baptist Church, Sunday, March 5th at 3:00 P.M. Dr. I
Deborah Pastrldge Wolfe, Professor of Education at Owens I{ FT UUOCROAU FLORIDA
College, New York will be the guest speaker.

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{RM&U Efficient! Service in. Broward County",:....b ,'. .t .... P. 0. BOX 419, George Benton &_ Louis;Benton j.LicensedFynjtja .irectors.
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14 THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, February 24, 1967 ;.. .14Iik

r Broward's War On Poverty Church News .'1. 'i''I''",",Tr rw\,',

YYYIYYIII Yl lr The Missionary Society
=. / The Camp Blanding Improvement enough funds to purchase ". of the First Baptist church, I
h..1.M.I...,yMl League will meet 300 cots needed by com (Piney Grove) will conducta
Y/rh 1 ? on Sunday, ,February 26, munity-sponsored Day Care' Leadership Conference

ho elect representatives to the Centers. Saturday, February 25,
Yw.,. / sM Economic Opportunity Co- The Day Care Centers, from 9:00 am. to 5:00: p.m. (
ordinating Group. The meet- staffed bz EOCG, serve children The conference is open to all
ing will begin at 2 P.M at from low income fa- persons with leadership positions .
West Kindergarten locatedat malies. in the church.

rrYrh.1.., 'I 45 N.W 14th Avenue. Topics for discussion are :
+ The meeting Is of extreme PROGRAMMING, to be discussed
Importance for the entire by Mrs. Susie C. Hol-
4 county In order to com- >tP "
r : ley; Bible Study to be dis-
.If. ,
ply with National Office of cussed by Rev. I. W. Mizell; Hallandale Notes will be
Economic Opportunity re- Christian Stewardship to be reported by Ann Loraine
gulations and to continue discussed by Mrs. A. R. Sim- Brown. Miss Brown graduatedfrom
receiving funds, one-third of I mons. Dillard of Ft. Lauder
e the membership of the local Participating in the after dale and attended Florida

anti-poverty policy making noon Leaders Youth Workshop A&M University. At present,
group (EOCG) must be will be the following: she is a junior cosmetologistat
made of representativeselected Mrs. Edith Colden, Mrs. E. My Ladies House of Beauty
by low Income re- DeGraffenreidt Mrs. in Hallandale. To publishnews
sidents. ic / P. of churches, clubs and
Janie Stewart and Mr.
The that will be organizations, contact MISS
persons Joseph Carter. Rev. Ford, Brown today.
.......... elected to represent the poor Pastor, will set the tone for
will not have to be poor the workshop in morning

::., ), themselves, but they must session with an opening ad-
.. :, live In the Camp Blandingarea. '....' .
r. ..hk"ll.1 CarverRanches
'.... ,r" .':1< 'Iv: "I.I;" f dress. Mrs. give
.: the afternoon address.
Ten Befhune-Coofcman College interns were hired To meet the poverty gui- :; I f. Dinner will be served at

by the schools where they practiced teaching duties delines a family of four must "\\$ a1' ....'' 12:30. All church leadersin i
recently. The graduating seniors are from left to right: make $3,000 a year or less. thecommunityareinvited.

Joe Ann McCray, an elementary education major from For each additional personin The Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Sunday, February 26this Hews
Orlando, practiced at the Orange Center Elementary the family the family is Broward County Chapter Women's Day at Saint
school I; Mary Tindal, an elementary education major/ allowed extra income up to Gamma Gamma Rho held John Methodist Church in fry Walter Bowe "

from weirsdale/ interned at the Belleview-Santos High $500 which means that a election.elected Rev.president I. W. Mizellwas and Ft Lauderdale. The wedding bells rang
school Eddie business education family could make $5,000 The Theme: Christian out in North Miami Beach
C. Cason vice
; a major and be considered If Mr. William Hill, pre-
from Miami, interned at Mays Junior-.SeniorHigh; Sher. poor sident. All other officers retained Women Work For A Better February 19th as Patricia
there in the
are eight people Williams, daughter of Mrs.
their positions. World.
ley Dennis, on elementary education major from Gamesyille family. The for the Zell Williams exchanged nup-
Speaker ocas-
/ practiced at Duval Elementary school Johnny L. Davie with
; The CommunityCivic sion Dr. Florence Small tial vows Rodney Jack
education from Pompano son of kb'. and Mrs. Ernest
McCray, an elementary major Club is spearheading Rhome of Bethune Cookman
interned at Sanders Park Elementary school; K. Weaver, various Improvements in the College in Daytona Beach. Jackson. The ceremony was
education from Pompano, community.A performed by Rev. Smith at
elementary major practicedat Everyone is invited to at- Greater Baptist Church, 1981
North Andrews Gardens; Arthur Daniels, a history long range task the Free Parking tend the Annual Men's Day Lincoln St., Opa-locka, followed
major from St. Petersburg,practiced at South Side Junior Club Is working on Is the Programs of the ML Olivet by a reception at the
of Community
High; and Peggy Harris, elementary education major The a building- Rashelle Seventhday Adventist home of the grooms parents,
from Lake Wales interned at Bethune Elementary. Not Church 649 N. W. 15th Wayin 1432 NE 154th Terrace.
will be used to house Childof
a Hotel The wedding and reception
Ft Lauderdale which will
show Pride education
is Cheryl elementary major
a Community Building and were attended by many many,
be held Feb. 25th
from Tampa, practiced at Bryan Elementary school. ROOMS: 26th Speaker on include for friends and relatives, among
Development Program, a which were and Mrs.Frank
civic meeting hall, a sacred Day, Week, Month Saturday, at 11 A.M George Erby Daniel I Francis and Yours
place for religion worship, W. Murrat, Jr. of Miami Truly.
BENTON a recreation center, a center Air Conditioned and Sunday: Rev. J. W. H.
The South Broward
David Cornelious, 2241 NOTICE for sodal activities and a Heater! Thomas of Delray Beach at No. 8195 will present its

Atlantic St., Hollywood, Fla. center for adult classes. Private Baths 7:30 P.M Saturday night Fish Fry at
died Feb. 17 at Samaritan Clubs, organizations and Through volunteer as- 4816 Pembroke Road, W.
Nursing Home in Hollywood. church.. with picture, sistance of students from 825 NW 21 AVENUEFT. Hollywood. All are invited.
Survivors David Cornelius, new or advertising for
Chaminade High School of
jr. of Flushing, New York. the Broword County Section also LAUDERDALE PROFESSIONALBUSINESSMEN'S The Carver Ranches Fire
Holly wood, the Club Is
may submit them to: renewing the baseball bield 583-9699 Department will hold its regular

STEVENS. GREGG HAMM there.In. meeting on Monday even
823 NW 27th Terrace Mr. and Mrs. COUNTRY CLUB ing at the fire house.
the call
Funeral services for Mil response to
ton J. Miller will be held Phone Ft. Lauderdale 581-9525 for "Cot for Tots", Broward Frank C. Smith, Jr., Members of the Holidaysoe'f

Sunday at 1130( p.m. at the County individuals, clubs ProprietorsFOR l and Civic Club of West,
Church of God Deerfield. and churches have provided SERVING FINE FOOD Hollywood are beaming with
joy as a result of its anniversary
celebration being a com-

2025 NW 24th AvenueFt. attended plete success.celebrationwas The well-held

EFFECTIVE REPRESENTATIONVOTE Lauderdale, Fla. Feb. 9 at the Stork Club,
(formerly the Harlem Gardens).
Guest Members Welcome monies to the Carver Ranches

VOTE TUESDAY FEB. 28 Volunteer Fire Department and
Phone: 583-9681 Fire Department and other
: civic organizations.Mrs. .
Emmttt Moss, Pres. Catherine Sutbbs is
Bob MC MICHAELSTATE OF COURSE president, Mrs.Dorothy Steven
is and
M3 son secretary Mrs. Willie
M. Valdez is reporter.

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is a 'Vote For*' I State Senator Dist. 39 & BLUES NEWS

e Inkgrityhe represents no vested group VOTE TUESDAY FEB. 28
Listen To
e economyhe viewpoint brings to the Broward busin..lSman's County WILL WORK FOR a ;

government / Modern Updated Constitution

planned growth former member of Broward
County Planning and Zoning / Annual Legislative Sessions Mota.r
Board, 1962.1966

knowledeea resident of Broward County V Fair Distribution of Gasoline Tax Funds to fioiclsfin.

for 23 years president of Broward County
Dixie Lumber & Supply Co. for
13 years i/ Roads by Need Not Greed

vigor . .-a seasoned businessman -40 i/ Quality Education at all levels
years of age .
y Conservation of our Natural Resources
e leadership .Director of Commercial National MartinMcKinley
.., Bank of Broward County; former / Revision of the Tax Structure to remove
City Councilman of Park Land; present inequities
past president. Lumberman'sCredit
Association of Broward WILL OPPOSE Williams
County; past District Governorof
Lions International.
II / Sales Tax on Food and Medicine

vote! for' BOB.McMJCH, EL / Unethical conduct in Public Office Buck Johnson Joe Fisher

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OPA-LOCKA BRANCHThe .,!IJiilitiJlti.1I ,!! ;
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NAACP, Opa-locka f '.t. "
To Be
Equal Branch will hold community 6
public mass meeting, Monday !l ::1' \ ..
Feb. 27 at 8 p.m. at Mt. Zion
by Whitney M. Young Jr.ExecuUveDirectorNational. AME Church, located at the Week
comer of 152nd Terrace and
I NW 22nd Ave., Opa-locka o
Urban League with Rev. Milton Fayson in
charge of the service.Mr. .
I Ben Sissel, chairmanof SALE
Integrating The
TextbooksSeveral the Dade County Community fOOD .
Relations Board will be
recent studies of civilizations for advanced for the guest speaker. Mr. Sisselis :/r ,
school textbooks show a their time; a continent which familiar with the Dade i'.f'' 'I
I' .
shocking neglect of the con contained variety peoples County problems and he will J! I I .
speak with you on this meeting -
tributions of minority groupsto who havecontributed greatly
and share
thoughts of
America's past as well as to the world's arts and know
brutal your Community with him. Let
misinterpretations of ledge.
Negro history.A speak with you on Community
Negro children living in Issues. To all people concerned '
study made by the y PALM RIVER
and interested
ghetto slums
American Federation of are often faced
come out to this and
Teachers found that in most with textbooks which picture share the thoughts of your
of the texts used "the Negrois happy blonde children romp community with him. Let us rnERSPKG.
considered only as aslave ing with the family pets on make our community a better
before the Civil War and as a freshly manicured suburban place to live. It is not what
a problem" since then. ,It lawn. These silly the community can do for you,
found subjects like the rise of books, so damaging to the it is what you can do for your
the Ku Klux Klan and even child's self-image and self- community. .
slavery were discussed with- esteem are finally beginningto I
out making any moral judg be replaced with realistic
ments. texts which picture groups

Another study made by of children of all races exploring The public is invited to SMOKED
Tufts University examined the city together. attend the Golden Age Clubof
24 social studies books and James E. Scott Community
While some of these books '
Association Annual CalendarTea NECK BONES 2'LBS 49t
found that are"tingedwith
racism.many" A B'nai are in use, many areas, par Sunday, February 26 at .
ticularly in the South,
are 3 p.m. in the Liberty Square
Brith study of high school slow in adopting them. Auditorium.
social studies texts found that Since this is not a subject Prizes awarded.
half of them didn't even mention which concerns only Ne- WHOLE ONLY FRYERS

the 1954 Supreme Court groes, but all citizens,parents
decision outlawing school segregation interested In preparing their
and half made ;. awt.r
no children for success in to nr Y
mention of Negroes in the day's society should get their n
period following Reconstruc local school boards and libraries

tion.When to Include books
these texts and other which give realistic pictureof
like them are finally dropped American life and history. ti 4 t{ _
from our schools and replaced Even If they live in a lily- ,
by more realistic ones, white neighborhood, these
white children will begin to youngsters will have to
learn about the vital role minorities make their way in a world
have played in make which is more than two- N
ing America great, and thirds non-white, and they
Negro children will get a will have to get Jobs in government
more accurat picture of their and industry at a I
rich heritage.For time when these Institutionsare TLNATHANIEL
example, some history committed to Interracial 'TURKEY NECKS LB..1 0
texts picture slavery as cooperation. Unless they get
a system in which ignorantand an education which prepares I

irresponsible Negro them for this kind of world, 1st CUT
slaves were lovingly cared they will never succeed.I .

for by their paternalistic am not calling for any announces the COLSTON relocation,M.D.of PORK CHOPS 39t 3' S. $1

masters.bVutalities They of don't mention rewriting. { of history in whlcyeserday's his office for the practice of _
a system'offorced heroes become general medicine to:
labor and the barter of "
today's "non-persons. lam 6825 NW 15th Avenue FRESH PORKNECK
human beings, They don't saying that such distortionsof Miami, Florida 33147 Rr
mention the hundreds of history exists In many of Telephone: 691-0705 BONES lBS.59t
slave uprisings, the strivings our textbooks now, and must Office Hours:
for freedom, or the under be corrected by truthful revisions -- 10-1:30: 5:30-8:
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Rev. W. B. Sims, pastor -711f Rev. A.. L. Shipp, pastor

Mary L. Mayfield, reporter Evelyh Souter, reporter

Rev. Clark of MO. broughtan
The Deaconess Board will ..., ...., inspiring and wonderful
begin celebrating its anni- message at the morning wor-

versary, Friday, Feb. 24 at -1 ship Sunday at 11. We were
8 p.m. Rev. D. A. Bradley, elated over the many visitors
ST. JOHN AME pastor of Mt. Carmel Baptist present. Come come again. ST. MARY'S W.M.

Rev. W. A. Curry, pastor Church will be the speaker. Our monthly conference 4798 NW 8th Avenue

Sis. Catherine Willis reporterOn The anniversary will terminate will be held Thursday, March Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor

Sunday, at 2:30: p.m., 2 at 8 p.m. All members are Dorothy Thompson, reporter
the fourth Sunday, the with Rev. W. M. Slater of Day asked to please be present.
Choir NO. 2 will serve and Spring Baptist church, the Joint rehearsal for choirs The men of St. Mary's are

Friday night before the first speaker.Our 1 & 2 will be Tuesday, Fe- in full swing, working toward
Sunday, Love Feast. annual Men's Day will bruary 28 at 8 p.m' their day, which will climaxon
? Sunday afternoon at 4 p.m. be observed April 30th. The Prayer meeting each Thur- Sunday, April 30.
there will be a tea given at chairman, Dea. William Grant
Sis. Bess woodard Home, in sday at 8 p.m. except the A
and Co-Chairman, Bro. Allen time of our month 1 y conference series of sales spon-
behalf of Men's Day spon- Kerson,are asking the fullest\ d' The pastor is asking all au- sored by the men of the churchare
sored by Class NO. 1. cooperation of each member.We held
--" -- -- xiliaries to please attend every Saturday in
The president of the Mis- are asking more of our weekly meetings.Let the social hall, from 12 noonto
sionary is asking all membersto adults to attend Sunday School ST. LUKE CHURCH LAYS CORNERSTONEProud your 6 p.m. Please stop in and

be present on the fourth and B.T.U. members well-wishers of St. Luke Mis us continue our pray- by a sandwich, fish or bar-
Sunday night. ers for our pastor,his mother, becue.
sionary Baptist Church gather around to witness the
The pastor attended the Remember our sick and who is in Hialeah Hospital
winter session of the Bishop's shut-ins: Bro. Robert Roberts, cornerstone laying; ceremonies; of the modernistic; building other sick shut-ins bereaved ,
Council Meeting. Sister Cora AllenSister Mary at 1790 NW 55th Street. Minister of the church is families and those in the Testimonial coming Day. Sunday is

Let's visit our sick and Lou Gibbs,who is in Jackson Rev. P. W. Williams, seen in center holding box. armed services. Visitors al- We are continuing to pray

shut-ins and pray for them. Memorial Hospital, and Dea. Johnson photo. welcome. for the sick and shut-ins.
Sam Davis who is in
Rememberour children away Christian -
from home. Hospl tal.Women's .


Rev. F. D. Wright, pastorL. RICHMOND HEIGHTS r
Macon, reporter Rev. B. L. Turner, pastor All Roads Lead To.'
Day Celebration Mrs. R. Harrington,reporter

Sunday, February 26 is the God loves His
us, pre- Greater New Macedonia1
at A.M. Cohen Temple big day. It is Men's Day. sence is with us always, and
This is the day when the men with
in His love we are one
of our church will have the

Church of God in ChristThe opportunity Morning to services glow. will be- will all mankind.bring the Pastor morning Turner message -

at 11 Guest .,
--- gin a.m. speakerfort '
women of A. M. Cohen this event is Lester C. At 3 p.m., the WMU will
Temple Church of God in Albert. Evening services will present its monthly meeting.! : '
Christ will observe their Second Don't fail to see and hear '
wd '
start at 7:00. Rev. D. Cookis Ar -
these trained who know
Annual Woman's Day on women ,
for this ,
guest speaker oc-
and understand mission work. .
Sunday, February 26. The !
casion. Jordan Grove Male
theme for the occasion is: Many thanks to Rev. A. .,f 1tIi I
Chorus will render music for I
"Christian Women Accept the morning activities and McCraney who was our guest w.s-, : )
Today's Challenge of Service. minister at our Mission. We .
II. Bethel Male Chorus of Goulds ;
all who attended. '
are grateful to \ "
will serve that evening. A .. .

begin The at morning 11:00. The service speaker will : .. planned.wonderful Members program and has friendsare bten .Everyoen is welcome to \J

will be Mrs.Dana D.Chapman ,.. and attend any of our services.Let .
invited to out
one of the Directors of the .5, us pray for those who are it:
Roosevelt Savings and Loan .. ..., enjoy this wonderful affair. experiencing sorrow at this
Arthur Small is chairman of >
Association.The time. Remember, "Satan cares
this event and Albert
not how spiritual your intentions I
will is cochairman.Our .
evening speaker Ancrum
be, nor how holy
be Mother E. McEwen, State pastor left Miami Tues may Y
N resolutions, if only they
Supervisor of Greater North day for Jacksonville, Fla. He your "
fixed for tomorrow
Carolina.At T x attended the Bishop' Counciland DEA. VANDELL BOVAN
we hope that his journeywas General BRO. EDWARD GOODWIN
3:30 p.m., a special __'M a pleasant one. co-Chairman

youth program will be held. MRS.. DANA D. CHAPMAN Members are urged to remember ANTIOCH M. B. _
The 'public is cordially in- the sick and shut-ins
Morning Speaker : "
Sis. Fannie paddy is on this '
vited.Mrs.. Rosa L. Storr is chair- co-chairman and Elder Jacob week's list. Because of her Rev. A. L. Essix, pastor \
: f, ;
man; Mrs. Syretha Strong isKELLY'S Cohen is pastor. Pi ;
illness the local missionary speak from the theme "The 1 1
i meeting has been cancelled Role of the Woman in the .... .;

until further notice.METROPOLITAN. Home, Church, Communityand I ,,\
CHAPELRev. GRACE Poll tic s." Other outstanding -

L. L. Dean, pastor PRESBYTERIAN AME personalities appearingon i .
Retha J. McKenzie, reporterWe Rev. J. J. Williams, pastor the program will be Mrs. i I I
6895 NW 14th Avenue Ruthie Nixon, reporterWe Valdez Murray, Mrs. Harolean
the members, wish to Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor Storr, Mrs. Rachel Pratt,
give tributes to the youth of thank God for all of Mrs. Gladys Coachman and
our church and the many visiting Congratulations to the the wonder things that he Mr. Arthur Evans
youths for the inspiring United Presbyterian men for has done for us. Through his This inspirational affairis

program that they presentedt their fine leadership in con- grace we have come this far one of the ladies fund-
other youth as well as the ducting our annual "Men'sDay" by faith. raising events which is in
adults on Sunday. This program last Sunday. The day Our sermon was deliveredto behalf of Woman's Day cele-
only shows that we still was a great inspiration to all. us by our Presiding Elder, bration to be held at a later
have a promising church of We have had fairly fin e Rev. J. A. Roberts of the time.Donation is $5.00.

tomorrow. We wish to thank'', attendance at was hip this North Miami District. The Youth o oir extendsa
the following people for mak- month. This being the last On Sunday, Feb. 26, we cordial invitation to its

ing this an enjoyable day. Sunday of February, let us extend a cordial invitation to Pew Rally on Sunday, Feb.

Speakers of the day were : hold our attendance record each and everyone to attendour 26 at 3 p.m. at the church. REV. C. J. BURNEY REV. W. E. SIMS,
and Alma high. It inspires us to see a Men's Day program at Evening
Misses J. Days the program committee has Morning speaker Speaker
Brown; others who made this wonderful congregation each 11 a.m. Chairman is Bro. Leo an interesting program plan-

program possible are: R. Anna Sunday. Simmons.. ned for your enjoyment."To The Men of New Macedonia Ushers of
This New providence
Sunday evening, we We ask that continueto
L. Wilson J. you
R. Dean, live is not to live
will leave the church Baptist Church will observe will be in charge of the
at 6:15to
for the sick,, shut-ins
Deshazier S. pray
Johnson, J. for one's self alone; let us their
attend a musical service and the back-sliders.. Third Annual Men'sDay morning services.Rev. W. E.
Prince, M. Scott, E. help one another, Menander.
presented by the Booker T. sunday, February 26. Sims, pastor of New Hope
and L.MitchelM.Carr Master G. ,Brown R.George, F., Washington Senior High ST. BARNABASRev. They have chosen for thei M.B. Church and the Male ,

Downs, D.Wilton also to Miss School at the Central Presbyterian II. Demeritt, pastor DRAKE MEMORIAM theme for the day: "Behold, Ushers of New Macedonia will
Brenda Prince, chairman of Church, 1778 NW 3rd Phyllis Johnson, reporterOur 5800 NW 2nd AvenueRev. how good and how pleasantit be in charge. The Male Chorus II
youth day. Thanks to those Street. All who are interestedin Janus W. Dunn, pastor is for brethren to dwell together of Macedonia will serve
who served on the committeesfor going, please be at the General Conferencewill in unity (Psalms all day. I
this special day. church at 6 p.m. this Sunday begin this Thursday. The All members and friendsare 133:1.) Who will become Mr.
.. We wish to extend gratitudeto evening. pastor of our church and his invited to a fish fry givenby Rev. C. J. Burney, pastorof Greater New Macedonia?
| the members of Liberty Remember you are always wife have left to representus Group No.3, Deacon New Providence M. B. Come out and see. You will\
Professional Cosmetologist welcome at Grace. at the conference. We pray Green, chairman. The fish Church. along with the Male be surprisedt
that God will watch over them. fry will be at the church on "
Association Unit 55, Mrs.
Saturday, Feb. 25 beginning
The Junior Church will be
Lucille West, president, in charge of the services i at 1 p.m. Brother McKoy is in
worshipping with us on Sun- FIRST BAPTIST FELLOWSHIPBy
charge of the sale. ALTER'S CHAPEL
day and that they 'are always Sunday. You are always wel-
welcome. BROWNSVILLERev. come to come out and join us. Group No. 2 Deacon Mikelt R. J. McGhaney Rev. H. R. Salmon, pastor
chairman wishes to thank all
Let us remember to
Remember the sick and pray
shut-ins and for them. W. M. Davis, pastor for our sick and shut-ins. members and friends for help- "The words that I speak Betty Morant, reporter

pray Mrs. Donella Turner, reporter ing them on last Friday night unto you, they are spirit, Rev. Allen and his con-

The Brownsville UnitedChoir's MT. CARMEL with the barbecue sale. Spe- and they are life. John 6:63. gregation were our visitors
cial thanks to Mr. and Mrs. last
Sunday. We
Union will begin their 225 NW 14th Terrace Howard Berry for their ser- Jesus, in all of His teach- thank Rev. Allen would for liketo his
BETHANY anniversary Wednesday night Rev. D. A. Bradley vice and of their
NEW pastor use home. ing, taught us the way of presence at our church last
268 NW 48th Street Feb. 22 at the church, the Sis. Louise McGriff, reporter Deacon Mikell and Group life. He said the words: It Sunday.We .
Rev. F. L. Carter, pastor pastor will deliver the Open will sponsor a Womanless seems tome that he meant that
The Rev. 0. W. Wells from
Sermon, the No. 1 Choir will
Wedding and hair styles on all of His words are still having our
were I
of the
No. 1
The president be in charge of the Cocoa, Fla. delivered the
song ser- parade March 9. Tickets can feel the life Friday meetings and
are giving we are
thank all of I last
choir wishes to vice. 11 will climax Sunday message Sunday morning.
available from members of the in every word of His teach- asking that all young people
choir members and The evening
her many with Rev. J. W. Stephersonand message was
friends for the successful congregation of Antioch delivered by another man of group, Mrs. Dorothy Brown is ings when I read them in the attend The tea mentioned for

spiritual program on Sunday Baptist Church of Browns- God, Rev. Thomas from Del- chairman. silence. And I am sure that this Sunday has been post-

,Mcrnoon. ville, will be in charge. ray, Florida. you also can fell the sameas poned until a later date.
The pastor and members Delores Our pastor will be at New I do, if you take a little
Sis. Walker will Every
AME LAYMEN MEET time Saturday, we will
will render service at First sell pies Saturday at the Hope Baptist Church on Fri- out each day to come to have a sale in the basementof
Baptist next Thursday night. church for the tribe Juda. We day night come and hear him Miami District Laymen Him in the spirit, and in the the church. Please stop

Our annual Youth Day will hope that you will take these also the No. 2 choir and the will meet Sunday, February silence of yourself. Try i it and help us out.
observed on Sunday March 12. announcements under consi- No. 2 Ushers' Board. 26 at New Mt. Zion, Home- this week, will you? You
Let us continue in true deration and support them. Visitors are always wel- stead at three o'clock. will be glad you did. so until Let us all pray for our
fellowship and worship and We invite our visitors to come, remember the sick and Zack Ferguson is presi- a later date, if God's will sick and shut-ins.Also don't
prayer for the sick and shut- worship with us again, you shut-ins and those who have dent and Jessie Giles is re- thanks and my prayers for aJIof forget the many who are In
ins. are always welcome. lost some of their loved ones. porter. you. the Armed Forces.


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MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 24, 1967 17


1353 NW 43rd street
Rev. T. R. Harrison, MinisterFor
3629 NW 17th Avenue

free transportationcall Phone 635-9273 4
634-4947 or 7544024. :
We wish to express our The New Shop with Old Prices
thanks to our many friendsfor
At 2l their support in making it SPECIALS OF THE WEEK
possible for us to purchase
property for a permanent Shampoo, Press and Style $2.50Wigs
home for worship.We .
invite the public to
come and worship with us Cleaned and Styled $4.00
each Lord's day for regular
worship hours, morning and
Bible school and study
each Sunday morning at 9:45. No Appointment Necessary
Brother Eddie Smart is our Experienced
faithful superintendent. Operators
V t7 l/6J A 1L' visual
sponsored for the youth program, Open 3 to 9 Monday & Tuesday

each evening at 6 as an ultimate
goal and to curtail juve-
nile delinquency and crime in
the city. *f .rREPRESENTATIVE
The church is the only
channel for youth problemsin \
these present crises. ee'

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A practically starving family of seven, with the five children/ ranging from 4 100th House District

months to 7 years and suffering from worms, is getting help from the war on poverty.
through the Perrine Center of the Economic Opportunity Program, Inc. Tues. Feb. 28 LEVER 39D
Cooped up in a three room Goulds shack, the family has been tryIng to get alongon
$35 a week earned by the 20-yeor-o/J/ mother of the children, Novalene Thompson, Lever 26-D DEMOCRAT
who is a farm worker.
Included in the household is the 62'year-old grandmother, Mrs. Clauda Thompson

who is taking care of the five children,
While the grandmother had applied for old age assistance, action on case .

has remained Hardship pending.counselors of the Perrine Neighborhood Center took the T children to SAMPSON'S MARKET I

the Perrine Medical Clinic which is n ow trying to rid them of the worms, while other
EOPI staff members are pushing the elder Mrs. Thompson's old age assistance case
and also making an effort to get welfare payments for the young mother.At 1466 NW 62 ST.
the same time, the Perrine Neighborhood Center has provided the family

with surplus food. __m___ __ FREE DELIVERY 696-5771

CHURCH OF CHRISTEach 1899 NW 64th Street
A. M. Griffin, pastor Rev. P. W. Wiggins, pastor MEATY
Sis. c. M. Myles, reporter fourth Sunday is set
Rachel B. Pratt, reporter
aside for air conditioning.All .
Sunday evening 3 p.m. members are asked to The Holiday Inn will be Neck IONES w 15FRANKS3PKGs.$1
the No. 1 Ushers' Board will support this cause. the scene of the Fellowship
be hostess to the Ushers' The Church of Christ ra- Banquet sponsored by the
Federation Union Rev. R. L. dio for the Miami area are as ladies of Antioch, scheduledat DIRR'S GOLD
Johnson will be the guest 8 Saturday, February
follows: Bro. F. L.Thompson, p.m.
speaker. 25. The speaker for the occasion
9:30: a.m. Sunday,WMIE; Bro.
The will sell
Deaconess will be Miss Marie
the church. L. J. Martin, 7:45 a.m. Sunday -
Saturday at
Dinners will be on sale WMBM Bro. C. Payne, White she Is known to be a
Sunday, WMBM. dynamic speaker.
8:15 a.m.
Saturday ,at the home of Bro.
and Sis.Albert Coleman, 1320 BABY
will be are always welcome at any
NW 69th St. Please call 696- The youth program time, and at any service.
held at the Ha 11 andaleChurch
4177 and have your dinner of Christ Sunday afternoon at The Better Service class
delivered. 3:30 p.m. Come andlisten to will meet Saturday night at 8 Spare RI IS LB. 49C
Remember to visit the sick this wonderful program plan- at the church. All brothersare
and shut-ins. ned and carried out by our asked to be present.
people. T. S. Holmes is reporterand
young Come and worship with us F. L.Thompson is'minister. -
BETHANY SDA CHOIRTO at the Church of Christ. You .


I". .' .
Bethany Seventh-day '::' C8500' "\ F
Adventist Church Choir,under "
the direction of Mr. L.. L. ,< EGGS
Farrington, will participate ina tjj
'tout $1
brotherhood program, spon- Ju..C\.U\'I1. !
sored by the "B'Nai B'rith" S D1 TOv (
Thursday, February 23, 8
p.m. at North Miami Beach
Auditorium, 17011 NE 19th
Ave., North Miami Beach. HA\1\
Rev. R. L. Woodford is BUTTERBALl SPECIAL
pastor and Melvem Johnsonis fit cer .ltI.II'
press secretary. 1 tr."..rpr1"

BAHA'IS ASSEMBLYThe (P 4 11.0"1-1\0'" IV'1 2 Lbs. Beef Liver 2 Lbs. Brisket Stew

observe Baha'is their of IntercalaryDays Miami will .1' XI A\r'.rt.\ .....' '.' 1 Slab Spare Ribs 2 Lbs. Fresh Ground Beef
February 26 to March R/t'f/ 3 Lbs Neck Bones 2 Lbs Pork Chops
1, (which are followed by a h.RAealrToart
19-day dawn to dusk Fast), ..." 10".Re of 3 Lbs. Chicken Wings 2.Lbs. Box Smoked Sausage

with held at a public the home meeting of Miss to Ida be .' Cell year 1r."" '. 2 Reg Size Loaves ,of Bread '

Solomon 137 NW 11th Ave., 531.08'J.G \\ 1 Bu. Collard Greens >'f1
on Si'-nday, February 26 at 8 $
p.m. Mr. George Savitt, The CMI'S10rtll H 01ikS' 1 Bottle Kraft B.Q. Sauce $099
Miami Times' Phil Ossofer, ,.,.nIo''i. 5 Lb. Long Grain Rice
will cance speak of Fasting.on "The" The Signifi-public 1 ..,.,. 4., t.llf' 'I' 1 Set of 4-Cut Glass Ash Trays ",; 13 ITEMSTHE

is cordially invited to ,',I

18 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday February 24. 1967 < __ _


I of The family of the late family of the late
loving) memory


,. appreciation the acts of
kindness and sympathy shown

'- .- "'- during our bereavement.
I r neighbors and friends for
In loving memory of our loving memory of our loving father memory of our beautiful floral pieces, cards,
dear wife, mother and sister, dear mother, telegrams, condolences, let-
MRS. ELLEN JANE SMITH ters of sympathy Thanks alsoto

who fell asleep on February pie Francis Funeral none.

13,1964 in Nassau, Bahamas. ri1IAltRlF'l'
Christ will gather in his own The Dorsett, Rogers and
To the place where he is gone Johnson Family
Where their heart and treasurelie

Where our life is hid on high. CJOHDON CARD OF THANKSThe

Day by day the voice saith who died February 23, family of the late
1903. ,
"Come Now the lalwrer's task is MR. MONROE A. JACKSONwish
Enter thy eternal home" o'er! to express to the many

Asking not if we can spare Now the little day is EDITH GRANT POITIER friends and no ighbors their
This dear soul it summons sincere appreciation' for the
past; wishes to acknowledge with
11 there. Ngw upon the farther sincere gratitude your kind cards, flowers, considerationand

Sadly missed by the family, f shore, express of sympathy in their etc., during their time of
Lands the voyager at last recent bereavement. Thanksto bereavement. Special thanksto
Mrs Elsada Roberts, Father, In thy gracious the many relatives, friends the Rev. J. W. Stephensonof
MRS. ETHEL FAIN Mrs. Pezereta Culmer keeping and neighbors for the beau- Antioch Baptist Church,
who departed this life Feb. Mrs. Effie Smith, daughters Leave we now thy ser- tifulfloral arrangementscards Ushers' Board, Choir membersand

24, 1960. David Colebrook, brother vant sleeping. telegrams, letters of condolence Range Funeral home for
Francis BrahamsisterEdna Mrs. Lillian Colebrook, '.i Mrs. Jessie Poole donation of cars and fine services rendered.

Samuels, Myrtle Gib- sister \< { And Hermit Gordon other deeds of kindness ex- The Jackson Family
son, Ursula Harris and Lois f' ,, FamiliesIN tended to them.A .

Davis, daughters IJ. special thanks to Rev.J. .
Wilbur Wilson, son IN MEMORIAM Benjamin Blacknell, Rev.
MR. SAMUEL McKENZIEwho P. E. Sneed and members of CARD OF THANKSThe
departed this life Feb. St. James AME Church, Rev.
4 1966. family of the late
MEMORIAM I. C. Mickins, Mt. Olivette
IN MEMORIAMIn Life is dull without you, Baptist Church and the Junior WILL HENDERSONwish

but God knows best. Choir, also choir No. 1 of to thank its church,

loving memory of our Sally Jones, daughter the First Baptist church of Brownsville Baptist, Rev.
darling mother and grandmother. Samuel McKenzie, son Browns vi 11 Wright, the Range Funeral

Pamela, granddaughter Grateful acknowledgment Home and the many friends for
Micheal, grandson to Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, very courteous services ren-
Gardenia Circle Club and the dered during the hours of be-
Booker T. Washington Junior- reavement.
Senior High School Family.
IN MEMORIAMIn Vinnie Henderson,
.r A devoted wife
Memory Of CARD OF THANKSWe And Family

k .
the family of the late
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family of the late

wish to express sincere thanks
kaw' and appreciation to the many
Priest relatives and friends for
Ordained Deacon June 11, 1950. cards, telegrams floral
Advanced to Priesthood Oct. pieces, during their bereave-
24, 1954, Rector of st. Pe- A
ters American Catholic ment.Special thanks
--- .--. to Rev.
Church, Miami, Florida. Died, OPHELIA HYLOR W. K. Smith and Rev. W. J.

MRS. GRACIE EDDEN Feb. 28, 1961. who died Feb. 27, 1957. Macon of First Baptist Churchof
KNOWLESwho Opa-locka, and also the
"Grant him O- Lord eternal Isabelle Francis, daughterAnd House of Albert.
this life
rest and may light perpetual
25, 1951. shine upon him. Isabella McCartia, wife
Mother has left this shore,
never to come no more, she MATTIE CHARLOW SMITH
has gone throe her toilsome who departed this life Feb. IN MEMORIAMIn

years; with joy and peace 26, 1960. I
complete, she has left this 'IN MEMORIAMIn o remember us who pine, loving memory of our FRANCIS.
beloved husband and father, '
vale of tears. sad, but loving Looking from our cross t o
Sadly missed by my dear daughter and memoryof hus- thine; Willie Foster of 2410 NW
Mrs. Ids K. Sidney, daughter band, Cheer our souls with hope I.,, JESSE L. POITIER 59th St. died Feb 15 at Mercy
Gracie Ann, granddaughterIN divine. wish to express our sincere Hospital. Funeral services
SYBIL L. JOHNSONand Hear us, Holy Jesus. ,(>> thanks and appreciation to will be held Saturday Feb.

h, our many relatives, friends 25, 2 p.m. at The church of
MEMORIAMIn JAMES JOHNSONwho Henry (FOX)Smith, husband and neighbors for cards, let- God located at 1781 NW 66thSt.
passed to the great be. McGee, daughter ters of condolence, telegrams, Remains will repose in the
loving memory of our yond Feb. 24, 1942 and Feb. Roderick McGee McGee, grandson floral arrangements, donationof chapel beginning 1 p.m. Fri-
beloved sister and mother Feb. 27, 1957. Their charm Leo McGee, son-in-law, grandson cars and words of sympathyand day until funeral time Sa'ur-

ing ways and smiling facesare Hubert Charlow, brother : to express our sincere day. Survivors are wife,
a pleasure to recall. Livingston Charlow, brother thanks to the House of Albertfor Georgie; two brothers, Louis
Their memories are still withus Hughie Charlow, brother their kindness In our hoursof and Lester; two nieces; Jose-
and we miss them more and y r .
Tom Charlow, brother Vi bereavement.Mrs. phine Johnson and Geraldine
May they rest in peace and Femisha Knowles, sister Florencd Williams, moth
Vera sister
light perpetual shine upon Leo Wade, sister Mrs. Florence Williams, Master Suliaman Carr, infant -
them. Lilla Robinson, aunt mother son of Mr. and Mrs.James

Esther E. Johnson, Edith Sawyer, aunt Mary L. Poitier, wife Carr of'1325 NW 86th St. died
mother and wife And Family Feb. 20 Chapel services were
Mrs. Pauline E. Woods held Thursday, Feb. 23 at 2

Mrs. Ella J. Smith p.m.

sad, but loving memoryof who departed this life Feb. family of the late
CARD OF THANKSThe our dear husband and brother 28, 1965. WILLIAM HILL DEATH NOTICEArthur

wife of the late Gone, but not forgotten.May Jr. Atkins, a well
who this life
-----"-------"- Jan.
11'' his soul rest in peace. known barber and resident of
I 29, 1967, wish to express sin-
6 498 W. 158th St., New York
Eugenia Davis, wife cere thanks and appreciationto City died in Medical Center,
Victoria Davis, daughter the many friends for their
Sunday, Feb. 19 at 10:30 p.m.
expressions of sympathy by Jr. Atkins as he was af-
cards, letters, telegrams, flowers fectionately known in Miami
*,,,- covered dishes, and played football at, Booker T.

CARD OF THANKSThe many extended other forms during of their courtesies dark Washington High School, but
MRS. was better known base-
family of the late hours of distress and grief.
departed this life Feb. ball player.
Special thanks
to the Rich-
22, 1965. Two years have Survivors include his
passed since that sad day MRS. AUDRY STEBBINSCHESTNUT ardson Funeral Home, LodgeNo. wife, Ruby; a son, Alphonso;
13 of the Grand Unit 'l!
when the one we loved was daughter-in-law, Gladys; one
called away. We loved her Order of Pall Bearer, St. granddaughter, Audrey; bne
but God loved her best. of 2743 NW 56th St., who de- Bartholomew Tabernacle No. sister, four aunts, three uncles,
parted this life January 23, 25 of Love and CharityCourt one nephew and several
The Family 1967 wish to express our No. 333 of Heroines of Jeri- cousins. Funeral services
sincere thanks and appreciation cho, Rev. I. C. Mickins and will be
at 8:30 Thursday
: p.m. -
the friends and members of Olivette
many Mt. Baptist -
at the Perkins Memorial
neighbors for their kindness, Church.
Chapel 210 145"th
W. St. ,
CARD OF THANKSWe FELIX DELEVEAUX I the messages of sympathy, Millie Hill, wife New York City.
wishes to express sincere telegrams, beautiful florals,
the family of the late, gratitude to the many relative condolences and other good

MRS. LILLA D. ALLENof and friends for cards, tele- ARTHUR L. JONES deeds during our bereavement.It .
Key West, Florida, who grams, floral pieces, and other who departed this life, Feb. is with deep gratitude we
departed this life February acts of kindness and sym 22, 1966.A express our heartfelt thanksto
5 1967 wish to express our precious one from us is Mt. Sinai Hospital and
pathy during bereavement.
sincere thanks and apprecia- my gone, a voice we love is stilla staff and to Rev. T. C. Kelly LINCOLN MEMORIAL
Special thanks to
Rev. Fr.
place is vacant in our hearts,
of Paul Church
and Jr. St.
t tion to the many friends Dear of the Church of the
that can never be filled. All
neighbors for ther assis who delivered the eulogy that
f Incarnation. The neighborsof is dark, within our dwelling,
and to
tances, cards, telegrams, 51st Terr' and the relatives lonely are our hearts today, was most comforting 3001 NW 46th Str..t NE 4-4197
flowers and consoling words and friends who visited Range Funeral Home for their
for the one, we love sodearly,
I during our hours of bereav'ement. from New York, Nassau, and has forever passed away. courtesies.May .
.May God bless each and Freeport, Grand Bahama. God forever bless E. JOHNSON, Monog.r OX 1.9199
everyone of you. Kathleen L. Jones, wife you.

k., The Family His ever loving wife, Lancelot Jones, brother The Family

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..__ THE .MIAMI--.- -...- TIIJF. ....--,. .I PrMnv--- -" Fftkninrv. --.---, -24., 10/7.--- 19KANbC ..
Carlene young
Mother Nellie Joseph of f Collins Pearson, 1623 N.W. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. SMILI AND M HAPPY

6113 S.W. 66th Street South 1st Ct. died at home Feb. 16 Robert Wilson of 10375 S.W. "Millions of Dollars of
Miami, passed on Wednesday and was funeralked In the 151st Terr., Richmond
r'ebruary15Shetssur- chapel Wednesday at 4 p.m. Heights, expired Feb. 19. the taxpayers, money tiC
vived by five sons Alfred, His Graveside services at Par A
survivors Include a saved havinga
son could be by
Paul, David, Harry and .
Willie of Baltimore, Md., 4 adise Memorial Gardenswere ,
James Joseph; three daughters brothers, Heyward, Willie, held Tuesday at 2 p.m. 4 ( smaller legislature
Mesdames .
; Mattie! Cicero
and Lawrence
Moss. Louise. Summers and Manning, S. C.; 2 sis-- Mrs. Dahlia Coney, 22100 Y e based on one man-one "
Geneva Love; twenty grand ters, Mrs. Maggie Parker S.W. 116th Ave., Goulds, vote and the U. S. Cen-

children and seven great of Bradenton Fla. and Mrs. died, Feb. 21. Her husband, sus. I shall work for
grandchildren; and a host of Hattie Jackson of W. Hollywood Floyd; 6 sons, 5 daughters "
other relatives. Funeral servIces 43 grandchildren, 7 great such a legislative body.
were held Saturday, Feb. grandchildren, 2 brothe
18, 1967 at 1.00: p.m. in the Steven Dexter, 1105 N.W. and five sisters are among
Church of. God. .In Christ. 68th St., died In a local hos- her survivors. Arrangementsare LEO FURLONGYour

Mrs. Iris Miller! of 2020 Wilmington pital Feb. 14. Chapel serv- incomplete. RE-ELECT. .
M., Upa-Locka ices were conducted at 1 p.m. Representative
passed on Wednesday, Feb Monday. His parents, CARD OF THANKSThe District 111
ruary 15. She is survivedby grandparents and other re- Lever 44C
family of the lateALLEAN 1)
a husband S. C. mother, survive. Pd.Pol.Adv.
Mrs. Nena Tynes; four BOB ,
daughters, Harriet, Mar- Sammy Lee Martin, 378
garet, Carolyn and Connie N.W. 22nd Lane, passvJ 'P bficSM.i1It..u"
Miller three sisters suddenly while at work in SUPPORT
;; Bloneva Cordero, Pompano Beach on Feb. 16. 5Y __ ......,__,;;,'- "" ,,"'"

Joyce and Isma Tynes; a His wife, Rosetta; daughter, ayY. YOUR
brother, Alfred Tynes; ahost Enora and son, Sammy
of neices and nephews and Lee, Jr., 2 sisters, Mrs. Ida
other relatives. Funeral services Norfolk and Miss Minnie YMCA HARTNETT

were held on Monday, Martin and 2brothers, Plase
February 20, at 3:00 P.M. Martin and Theo Byrd are e .
In the Mt Herman A.M.E. among his survivors. Serv-
Church. were conducted In tht-. dfi
Samuel Lynch of 7750 NAV. THE COMMUNITY

14th Place passed on Thurs- John Henry Wilcox, 1347 Wide Vote
When BUYING, BUILDING District 106
day, February 16. he is survived N.W. 4th Ave., expired Feb. ,
by a wife, Tommie, 17. Survivors Include 6 1 CALL STANLEYPL -
three children, Flournoy, Al- brothers, Willie and Robert 1
stene and Lynnoy, six broth- of Cleveland, Ohio, blah, 'I-JW
es,. Charlie, Luther, William Eugene, Elmer and
Allen, Clarence and Mrs. Johnnie Mae Williams; BROCKINOTONwishes BtavtlM Built on Your He lit Lot.* Terrace Park Apt. Motel

Bubba; three sisters, Mes- and Mrs. Roberta Johnson, to or Ours
dames; Amy Meadows, RosaL. sisters; a slster-ln.law, Mrs. thanks and express appreciation a sincere for the Attractive Alterations Reasonable Rates Tel. 757-9931
Cohen and Cassie Del-
Alice Wilcox.
Arrangementsare kindnesses
many which were and Addition
ancy. Funeral services were incomplete. extended
during our recent eL.t U Demolish I
conducted Feb- *
on Tuesday, bereavement.
cards, Your Worn Out
ruary 21 at 10:00: a.m. in the: Mrs. Florence Johnson, telegrams, floral pieces and .Hovto end Build 29 NW 52nd STREET

Church of. the. Open. Door. sister of Rev. W. E. Clarke be acts of kindness will never I Lowly Now Homo
with whom she lived at 1534 forgotten and are very Can Us for Pacts About APTS. ROOMS
Percy Smith of 2280 NW. M W K3rd St. died Feb 20. deeply appreciated. We give Building -
153rd Other survivors ,Carl special thanks to Rev. Edward -
Street, passed on Sat- areson Week
Good Bank
T. Graham Financing Day -
urday, February 18. He is Johnson, 2 daughters, Mrs. Baptist Mt. Zion .
Church, the
survived by a wife, Katie, Kathleen James and Mrs. organizations mll'1Y'church
two brothers Daw- Naomi Johnson and 1 STANLEY BUILDERS,
Johnny were so kind, I?. J. K.John ,
grandson Services r ty i'* nsyy a*:'i 4e" '. ;
will !t
and Lowrie be Inc.Llctll.4
son Edgar ; one son and Mrs. Artie Richardson. {
sister, Mrs. Blanche Dean, held Saturday, 3 p.m. fromKelly's i Intvred Best '
one daughter, Lucy. Funeral Chapel Methodist ILne s Buys

services were held on Tuesday Church, Rev. E.J Sheppard William C. Brocklngton, 888 N. E. 79th Stroot ,

at 1:30: p.m. in the officiating.:. And Family Miami/Florida '
Range Funeral Home
Chapel. -
Moses Brattonof2101 N.W.
73rd Street passed on Fri- Good! News For the Liberty City Lovely 3 bedroom, CBS, Fla room, (can be used

day, February 17, 1967. He for 4th bedroom) enclosed front porch, carport,

is survived by a wife, Mrs. Brownsville( and Coconut Grove Areasll tile roof, 2 reverie cycle air conditioners, wallto
Jessie Bratton, 14 children, wall carpeting, laundry room, extra deep lot.
Melvin, S PU.S.
Army, FHA price $15,500, $450 down and $93.33 month.
Patricia, Brenda, Mosetta,
Gloria, Sharon, Joyce, Donna D&H
Carol, Kelvin, Moses, 4 r>
Jr., Leon, Keith, Johnathantwo 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS, tile r aol, carport, central

sisters, Mrs. Flossie heating, awnings, appliances, fenced yard, large
Hartley, Margaret Bratton, picture window. FHA price $15,000, $450 down ,
two brothers,Jacob and Nelson ConstructionCo. $93.33 month. teller pays all your costs!
Funeral services will be
held Saturday at Mt. Aaron NO RED TAPE MOVE IN
Baptist Church at 3:30 p.m. Modern 3 bedroom CBS
carport, awnings, jalousie
IS lACK IN BUSINESSWe windows, sprinkler system. $1,000 down t
Leroy Wilson of 2190 All
and take over FHA mortgage of $10,790 at 5%" in*
Baba Avenue, .
remains were OpaLocka.His shippedto build homes, apartments, additions, new kitchens carports terest. $82.67 month pays everything. Move Inl!

Sumter, South Carolinaon and garages and anything or everything in construction.D LARGE DUPLEX IN ALLAPATTAH AREA

Saturday, February 18, Corner CBS 2 bedrooms each side, tile roof,
1967 where final rites and & H has access to mortgage money in any amount. Will build awning windows, appliances owner will paint

burial were. held.. FHA or Conventional. If you were considering building and tight inside and out, refinish floors, make like n.wl!

money and high interest rates frightened you, FHA price $16,000 with $600 down and $98.78
Mr. James bsac of 102 N.W.
month and seller pays all closing' costs.

were 8th Street.held on Funeral Tuesday services, February A Call to Mr Davidow, Owner of DISH 1610 NW 93 STREET

21, at 4:00: p.m. in location school
the Beautiful CBS in near ,

ChapeL. Will Give Yo A Different Picture of shopping, buses. Flat tile roof, awnings, awn-

Vanessa Ann Green of 2752 ing windows, picture window, carport, sprinkler
N.W. 48th Street died on system, a better home! -Price $13,000, $400 down,
Monday, February 20. She Your Situation $80.82 month and seller pays all closing costs.

is survived by her parents, BUNCH E PARK BARGAINCBS
Mrs. Van Della Bennett and '/\I'\ : .
: : like windows large lot fresh .,
: new, ,
sisters Mr. Luci'is and two Green brothers; three;two J CALL HI 3-7779 ..!, 'j ly pointed Inside and out. Price only $8,500.

grandmothers; one grandfather /1"1 $300 down, $52.60 month. Seller pays all closing -
Funeral arrange- : costs. See at 2350 NW 162nd St. We have

ments are.Incomplete.* ? *. .Davido.wr keys.

Anthony Davis of 713 N.W. :,r :" ,-
2nd Avenue died on Tues- CBS In new area-NW 68th St. Carport, awnings,

day February 21. Funeral tile roof, fenced,appliances,wall/woll carpeting.
arrangements are Incom- Price only I $10,800 with $350 down and $67.03 mo.
plete. -QDxB


Headquarters for the $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING
Well Dressed Man
Alteration andR.motUllnj -

Shouldn't FAST your SERVICE tailor bEAST Life Realty Ir.ksr

COAST ''NConstructionCo. liasibeen vildl"ng'Iri your area for the

717( NW 62 ST. 20 .and con show hundreds 'of satisfied
PL 8-3901 past ustomers'years amea and 493?, HW 7th f!lP.L 9-4371.

A. coif while you waft .. -.o pen i i aXstPeiLW.ek"/ Even
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday. February ?4, 1967

::;,;" .
... week of February 13th
,: :;;11r; : t proved a banner week for the ivti PLASTIC FURNITURE
'; i.I'lrioIIII students of Brownsville Junior '3 SLIP COVERS
., % !, ,: High School. Tuesday was
highlighted by a very fine e e Hun CITITAl saudI CHAR 1 '. ?
program which was presentedto LONG LASTING
q% the civics class by the Fill FULLY$ MSIITANT
iw' foreign students of Barry OUAIANTIIOCUlHIOKt
College. The program consisted lUllSWORMII'M.- .
of music, drama and SNIP UND {0 {
dance presentations by stu- MATT. IIM$ N p1
dents from Tokyo, Japan, "rUMIN
1I Brazil, Cuba, Thailand and VINTII SPECIALIZING
many other countries of the AIN milNt SLIP IN tWsEXCLUSIVELY' e NIGHT NY 05
world. The program was the
first of a series of cultural
exchange programs which House 01 Gretchen '3T4-5062
the civics instructor, Mr.
I iIiTa II George W. Mosely, hopes to Formerly Gretchen.Nicholas Plastic Cover
i develop as an annual activity.To .
a aY climax the schoolwide
+ observance of Negro History
I."" Week, a program will be presented ''"II'df, 1
W''' hA I Y on. Friday morning. '. ," >flf "..1.It' .,, 'iV'1''''

-... --- ,-.--.-........--,--, ..... ion Guest will speaker be the for Rev the, Henry occas-C. il--,! -=\ b
McDowell, pastor of the "' 'tf tII1i r iIIII !1 .14'UIJilll'l ''::
Mr. Ory Lee Marrable, Mrs. Burnette Wright/ Mr. Callaway Owens, Mrs. Edna Church of the Open )p>or,who '':: m '
Owens, Mr. Charles/ Taylor/ Mrs. Melinda Hunter, Mr. Joe Lewis Mrs. will speak on "Our African
Jean C/ son, Mr Henry Gay, and Mrs. Lillian Trammell. son's Senior Chorus, under [ "m
the direction of Mr. Roscoe .. ..
Choir No. J of Ke//y's// Chapel Methodist Church takes this method to express Speed, a former music teacher,. ... ..._ ---J jjJ 1iii.'F'J r
their appreciation to these lovely models for graciously consenting to show these of Brownsville, will perform.
fabulous gowns that were designed and made by Mrs. Mazie Balfour/ directress of Finally Brownsville, Alvin McDuffy student, a former and- %M ate cwteUatttf txvttcet fa shad

Choir No.7 I of Kelly's Chapel. This event, thanks to this group of lovely ladies, currently a senior at Miami MUHAMMAD'S MOSQUE No. 29
was most successful. Photo by Johnson of Miami. Jackson Senior High, will .
present a creative dance se-

Gamma Phi Delta To Observe Founder's Dav lection.I Hear the life giving teachings of the

Honorable Elijah Muhammad
Father Theodore Gibson, plans for our first observanceto
well known leader of Dade be a most memorable oc-
County, will be the speakero:f .iL:;!f\\' nFATHER casion. Meetings:
the Founder's Day Tea given '.,'
by the Epsilon Chapter (New SUNDAY 2:00 P. M.
Greek organization) of Gam : BEAUTIFICATION Wednesday and Friday 8:00 P. M.
ma Phi Delta Sorority on the II
lawn of Mrs. AthalieRanje's CAMPAIGNThe 5245 N. W. 7th AVENUE
home, Sunday, Feb.
4 to 6 p.m. Inter-Club Councilof Listen to the Radio Edition of "Mr, Muhammad Speaks"Sundays
The sisterhood is expect- Miami Northwestern High' 5:30 A. M. WFAB 990 on th. Diel
ing the fellowship of the School has launched its Call 691-0421 6:30 A. M WMIE 1140 on the Dial
many Greek organizations of beautification campaign.Any-
the city and devoted friendsas one with plants to donate are Newspaper
they join with other sisterhoods requested to contact the director -
throughout the nationin + of activities, Mr. Ar-
remembering with pride --- thur L. Simms at 754-5491. .
the legacy of our past and rededicate GIBSON
ourselves to the sourcefulness and spirit that I TL- 1L.LIINfl1L1ThH1T

service Through of the our sorority.deeds we have ties characterized throughout its its history.activi- After 25 Years, Miami's Prodigal Son Returns Home
hope to inspire countless
generations of young people The Founder's Day Committee 'It'd Ptetuwie "
r who will follow in our foot- Sorors: Mary Henry, a U Wetcwtt cut at .
steps in carrying out every Rose Hutchinson and Delores
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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday. February 24. 1967 21
\ ,.:
Spearing with. Central Miami ... ,
........ .
Little League -

Organized .

.; Little League Baseball is
I in the planning stages in the

BY HARRY SPEAR Miami area.It will beknown '
as the Central Miami Little ": :
I League.: This league will "
: serve an area from North- )
PRO BASEBALL GOLF TOURNAMENT west 7th Avenue to 32nd Ave- I,
Fifty-four. major leaguers, including two Hall ol f r 36th nue and Street from to 79th Northwest Street. "" pllPlq '
Famers- Jimmie Foxx and Bob
Feller-teed-off in .
There has
per never been a Lit
feet 80 degree weather with the largest field in tourna tle League In the City of Miami -
The official Little
Joining the major league stars were 87 celebrities; League,: Charter will be applied -
baseball officials, minor leaguers and members of th*a t for as soon as play-
press, radio and television, including our own columnist ing fields are located and
Dave Bondu. authorized. 4w

Among the baseball stars in addition to Feller and 1 I Organizational meetings
and Foxx, are Mets began on November 14,
manager Yogi Berra
City' 1966 and have been held
manager Alvin Dark,Mets slugger Tommy Davis, Dodger at the Gladeview Elementary
outfielder Willie Davis, and pitcher Jim "Mudcat"Gran t. School Library.
The Executive Board of
....: : '' Directors is made up of the
; ::7' : Executive Officers plus the _4 ..aIi:

Chairmen of the various Dodger outfielder Willie Davis and New York Mets outfielder Tommy Davis com-

committees.: William Clark These, George peopleare pares scores with Times sports editor Harry Spear during Pro Baseball Golf Tourna- I
ment at Miami
Williams, Shirley Moore,
Bill MacDonnell, Richard '
A. Smith, Bill McKinstry, Dr.
John Brown, Sammy Stewart -
Henry Arrlnirtna Joe
ati Forbes and Ezekiel Burrow.
Members of the various
committees are Garth Reeves,
William McBride, Oscar
t I Weaver, Leonard Walker,
Joe Black, Matthew Law-

4 ... rence, Charles Hadley, Mrs.
Athalie Range, Leroy Smith,
ttt ,. ray rh a., n James Fuller, Traz Powell
rw w
and Leroy Cromartie.
Members of the Hono-
rary Board of Directors are -
Mrs. Althalie Range, Mrs. k
Dana Chapman, Mrs. Portia ii
j3 1 Bannister, Mr Leonard
Wollman, Mrs. Murrell
---- -'- Hunt
and Mr. William Mc-
Jim "Mudcat": Grant, star Minnesota Twins pit- Kinstry.
cher, autographs a cast of one of his young fans. Jim Volunteer workers are
was one of the most popular players in'the tournament. urgently needed. If you are
Interested in working with
the Central Miami Little "
HORSES TO WATCHIn League, please telephone

my Feb. 10th column, I gave you a couple of 758-2249 after 4 p.m. .
The TIMES -- ----- -
will ----- --- -
horses to watch, and what happened? Out of the six carry
horses I gave you, four of them ran. One ran out of the available.further information as it is SIAC CHAMPION HIP TROPHIES The 1967 Championship Trophies for the
money, Golden Lamp. Don't give up on him next timeout Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference are presented to Conference officials,
he will be a price. Pop Tail ran 2nd, and paid a B.T.W. CLASS REUNION Dr. W. S. M. Banks, SIAC Commissioner, second from left, and Dr. Frank Forbes,
good price for place and show. Here's where I can do Morehouse College Athletic Director and SIAC Awards Committeeman, second from
some bragging. On Friday, Feb. 17, I had two horsesrun Reunion The B.Committee T. W. Class will of meet 47 f right. These awards, which will be made during the annual SIAC Basketball Visi-

in the same race. They ran 1-2. This was in the at 5:30 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. tational Tournament at Tuskegee Institute, Alabama, Feb. 22-24, are sponsored by
tenth race, Officer Sweeny with J. Vasquez in the sad 26th at the Carver YMCA on The Coca-Cola Company and presentation is being made by Charles H. Boone, left,
dle, paying $16.20-$6.80-$4.20. The second horse Pu- NW 58th St. and 15th Ave. Urgent of the Southeastern Region, and Paul E. X. Brown, The Atlanta Coca-Cola Bottling
!! All members askedto
nisher paid $7.80 place, $5.20 show. This was not all be there on time. The meetin& Company, right.
it was a perfecta race. Posts (4-7)if used back to back, will be prompt and to the The Coca-Cola Company has supported the Tournament Awards far the past
the race only costing $4.00 you could have won$150.Not point. Refreshments. three years and this year expanded the program to include baseball and football.
a bad pay day. This was the last race of the day,
therefore you could have gone home with grocery money.A OPEN HOUSE AT GULFSTREAM SUNDAY
little tip, save all copies with horses to watch, if Gulfstream park will present its annual Open

you played my choices so far, you should have a bank House and Watch the Workouts program, Sunday, Feb. Vote For Vote For
roll of over $200. This week I am repeating my horsesto 26, with continuous action on the track from 8 to 10 w r
watch. None have gone to the post as yet. a.m. GARYUSINA ELTONGISSENDANNER
Better Hit Training very well, ready. The early-morning offering marks one of the few -
Color Me Gone Grapevine says ready. times children see the horses run in Florida and
Self Winder Don't let this one get away. they are welcomemay if accompanied by an adult. Admission -
Pearl Harbor See You at the winner's Circle. is free and Gulfstream will provide sun visors at
107th House Districtno I
Finance King A gallop next time. cost to make sure the spectators can spot their favorites 100th House District

FLAGLER KENNEL CLUB thoroughbred.without glare marring the beauty of the racing Toes Feb. 28 Tues Feb.' 28

With the field narrowed down to 16, Flagler's Color brochures,containing highUghts of Gulfstream
$80,000 International Classic is beginning to look forthcoming March 4-April 24 meeting, also will be dis- Lever 26-D Lever 32-D
more and more like a duel between Ken Hutchings and tributed along a souvenir related to the $100,000 Flori-
Ray Randle or more specifically, between Cleve da Derby April 1.
Commel and Copier.
Both Hutchings and Randle qualified three each for

the Classic semifinals which start Saturday night, but TROPHIES I PLAQUESHOILO'S i l
Cleve and Copier look like their best, respectively ,
Cleve Commel has won his last four Classic testsin UWGEST HF .

a row and tops the point list with 24, going into the ....BtlWCTOIYDHECTSpeciiiiiti .
first of three semifinal tests Saturday night. I h'
Copier, who was the leader in the three qualifying -
rounds, actually has the best overall record of all,
though she is seven points behind Cleve in the stand PtST TIME-8OO P.M.
ings at the moment. Her overall record shows give winsin a
six starts. Her only loss came when she was involved -
in a collision' and wound up,7th.
Others well up in the point standings at this 1

point are Party Partner and J. A.'s Buck, who tied for I :
second place back of Cleve Commel, Bill Bashaway'sBob's /
Vickie, who still has to be considered a threat;
Copier and the surprising Friday Fish, with 17 points In f wards for '
apiece, Poor Time and Discreetly. RECREATIONATHLETICSilNDUSTRtS 1 i P
Cuban light heavyweight boxer Florentino Fernan- HOTELS-PERSONAL 1 GIFTS Na qj DQOL
dez, responsible for two of the best received fights and tmmedHU w rld-wld dtllvdry MINORS
gates at the Miami Beach Auditorium the last several Phone Area Cod 305 N/TTEQ/ E
months, makes his next start this comingTuesday night, 8877407ftOPHY 4
Feb. 28, when he meets Miami's Billy Tiger in the
Beach Auditorium 10-round main event. ., tR1bD

The 10-round return grudge bout will top a fight INC'.

card which will have in support several other bouts, 6400 N.W.77th Avt.,P.0.Box 188Tamtam
I including a 10-round semifinal. The Feb. 28 Auditorium Station,Miami,Fla 31144OMP1ITI
.boxing card will see the first of five bouts start at845- INOHAVINO SIRVICI

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22 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, February 24, 1967

INCOME PROPERTY BIG PROFITS 1 Poverty Program Places 2,665

.. -
..... $1,500 year on $2,500 investment and provided job training, included secretarial
Since its start, two years In Jobs
5 take in February Saturday work, hospital aides, cashiers -
apartments $5,000 year. Your costs, ago, the war on poverty car- training for 600 others. Of
including .veryth In g-.mortgag. payment, taxes, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. ried on by the Economic Op- the trainees, nearly 300 wentto sales personnel service
insurance, water, maintenance is $3,500 year- Rummage Sole& Bazaar portunity Program Inc., has work steadily after com- station attendants, and air
line reservation work, parti-
which leaves you $1,500 year clear and you'repaying placed 2,665 hard-core un- pletion of their job training
Household Items Clothing with Eastern Air

off the of Dade .
mortgage too. We have others! employed County periods.The
handwork, etc. Jobs provided di- lines.Firms
LIFE for the unemployed which participatedin
REALTY, Broker 454 NE 58 STREET without rectly prior on-the-job the extensive EOPI job
4932 NW"7th Miami training program included:
AVENUE PL 9-4371 NO QUALIFYING Franklin Federal Saving &
Open Nites and Sundays 4 Bedrooms, 2 Both Loan Association; Montom-
142 NW 39th StreetSMALLDOWMPAYMENT FOR SALE ery Pipe and Tube Com-

2 bedroom, 1 both, large pany; SeaBird Boat Builders -
Owntrwlll hold mortgage.a ; North Travel Bureau;
living room, separate A Answering Service; Alert
'Vi Wi dining room, kitchen, Bumper Plating; and insti-
with pantry. Fla room tutions such as the Cedarsof
1460 NW 35th Street enclosed garagefencedback Lebanon
In One Of Our Castles Portly furn., the roof, yard. Very, very Direct placing Hospital as well as
,... Active office now has oak floor, enclosed garage low d cwn payment. No job training under the
opening for right per- near everything. qualifying. auspices of the EOPI are
Homes As Little As PL 8-7047 continuing and more than
son-full time. Ex- $100 Down 3 Bedroom 90 NW 39th Street 100 hard-core unemployedare
$100 Down perienced only. Let's CBS now undergoing trainingfor
talk! 1800 NW 83rd Street further employment.FOR
Corner 2 bedroom, carport, screened patio.) FHA AETNA REALTY Hurry! This will sell!! fact. FOR RENT SALE
1431 NW 89 STREETCute 757-5724 REALTY Realtor Completely equipped 325 NW 50 STREET
2 bedroom, appliances, jal. porch, garage. 811 NW 54th Street 6330426NrnF.'f" restaurant with beer Duplex. $700 down. No
Only $12,800. and wine license plus qualifying. Completely
furnished. Owner
1421 NW 88 STREET :.i I' ''' '' r C'A1m "' ., living quarters. Edi- anxious to sell. Total very

2 bedroom, screened porch, carport. Only $12,500. .':.:I';:. I ""'IBest., ,,::::sa' ys".11I, townGORGEOUS :: ...) son Center location. price. MASSAREALTOR$9,500 easy terms.C. .

Beautiful 3 bedroom, air conditioner and stove. 696-0092 751-7511
No qualifying. 4 BEDROOM 2 BATH. Fla room,
utility room, carport. Central air cond. and heat.
INCOME PROPERTY ing. Sprinkler! system, swim pool and deck. $700
216 NW 51 STREET down, $17,500 total. Lovely area. Be a Proud
3 units, good location. Total price $10,500. owner.


Duplex, total price, only $10,000.WE ing room, carport, appliances, fenced. No qualifying. 1360 NW 88 STREET
$1,000 down. $10,500 total.

SPECIALIZE IN HOMES FOR PERSONS nice CBS home 3 bedroom 2 bath
Very ,
THE VA AND FHA PROGRAM. ing room. Garage. Carport. Appliances. No quali' Fla room, front porch, carport.
King Realty Inc. fying. $1,000 down, $10,000 total. -

of Miami Realtor ARCOLA GARDENS CBS BEAUTY on large lot. Only $100 DownVERY
2 bedrooms, screened porch, dining room, utilityroom
carport, stove. $300 down. $78 month. NICE_CBS HOMES LIKE NEW
1 8000 NW 7 Ave. $12,500 FHA. Near stores and buses.
23.4 bedroom, large lots, any one can buy vets
PI 19708It $300 DOWN. $15 MO. CBS, 2 bedroom, All large or non vets. Payments from $59 per month
\it .Wi rooms, appliances, air cond. Conveniently lo- SALES LEASES INVESTMENTSfealty
cated. $12,000 FHA.

$15 MO. NO QUALIFYING.CBS,2 bedroom, large
Fla room, utility room, carport, appliances, new-
Is Show and ly painted, fenced. $1,000 down. $8,500 total.

HOME & INCOME. $15 MO.No qualifying. 2 beau-

Sell Time at Universal $1,000 tiful houses.down. $7,000 Completely total. furn. Garage. Only


685-0021 OR 941-1111 EVENINGS

t... See Over 200

Homes-FHA & VAQualifiedNonQualified SHELL REALTY

4260 NW 7th Ave. 758-5551

As Low As $100 Down
Buy A Home
9350 N. W. Little River Boulevard Today

2 bedroom CBS, carport, perfect condition. VETERANS NEED ONLY $100 DOWN

$80 per month. ((1)) 911 NW 66th St. 3 bedroom, $250 down.

Modern 2 beJroom CBS with garage. $300 ((2)) 142 NW 40th St.-$1,000 down, no qualifying

down, FHA, low monthly payments, no clo- 3 bedrooms, Fla room.
sing costs. Near our office.
((3)) 329 NW 40th St. $200 down. $22 week.
Big 4 bedroom CBS, with large yard, fruit
trees, terrazzo floors, all for $100 down with ((4)) 1537 NW 40th St. -$100 down. $23 week.

#221 certificate. 1340 NE 150th Street. ((5)) 660 NW 46th St.$600 down, 3 bedroom.

New houses being built, close-in locations. ((6)) 901 NW 66th St. 3 bedrooms.

3 bedroom, 2 bath, garage, all custom-built. .
((7)) 2020 NW 85th St. $80 month. .
10% down, best terms.

((8)) 2025 NW 91st St. Duplex. $350 down.
SONNY WRIGHT, REALTOR ((9)) 2192 NW 92nd St. Duplex. $700 down.

Universal Real ((1)) 1301 NW 60th St. 3500.
$9800 FHA
((2)) 3098 NW'56th St. $3,500 .

Estate, Inc.REALTORS ((3)) 1324 NW 58th Terr. $5,000. Biscayne Realty, Inc.

I 1r ((4)) 1121 NW 47th St. Duplex..S7,000i. ,

4600 NW 7th Ave. OPEN SATURDAY & SUNDAY Broker

751-8642 759-8600 7598600t
3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635-4595

-. ..._---.----
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THE MIAMI TIMES.- Friday.. February. 24.. 1967 23

'H1# I': ,,, ,,,,,,,,,"
, ; Everything in Beauty. Phone: Activities
"S-S IF lED .. A DC t 371-9482. Address: 166 NW CLUBThe

I I Ili L-J!!! ". . iI 10th St., Miami, Fla. Master Neon-Ta Social Club
.1. { cosmetologists Daniel Mc-
will meet at the home of Mrs. of Carver
15 WORDS OR lESS $1 50. 5C FOR ADDITIONAL WORD. Williams, prop. and CatherineBell lona Bucholtz, 1829 NW 55th .
cosmetologist. (M 31)
t DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED Terr., Feb. 28. All member
are asked to please be pre-

FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE HELP WANTEDLive sent.Mrs.. lona Bucholtz is pre-

1621 NW 58 th Street 2 nice Dade sident. The Carver Branch YMCA
County pine 2 bedroom
1 bath
CBS. Has
in made wanted. Top
I House on lot. Zoned for apts. Homes on 1 lot. Good deal for Fla lot. will have its annual member-
room, large See at
'" nursery, church, total price people selling thai homes to 2530 NW 82nd St. Low down pay. Must be dependable.Call ship drive kickoff this Thurs-
! $4600. Vi cash. Balance $40 urban renewal or ex-way. payment. No qualifying Movein. UN 4-2051. day, Feb. 23 at 8 p.m. in the

" month. Call owner, Holly- Drive by 351 NW 45th St. Call Broker. Martin M. breezeway of the branch. All
wood, 987-4668. then call Female registered nurse and wheel bosses
Fenster wagon masters, ,
-----....... Broker, PL 9-8779. Berney, 624-6983. licensed practical nurse. Full SOUTH spokes and Interested partiesare

No qualifying, low down pay- -- or pan time{ shift. available. invited to attend this gala

ment. 2315 NW 90th St. Owner 3 bedroom, CBS, 2 bath, '59 mpala, 4 door sedan. In Christian Excellent salary. Apply at DADE NEWS occasion. An outstanding

691-1567. (M 3) carport, tile roof, bank finan- perfect running condition. Hospital. young man will lead this
---- cing only. so if you have a Power drive, radio and heater. --- year's drive; watch next
Allapattah Area substantial down paymentyou Low. mileage. Widow must Female kindergarten worker, week' issue for this announce
35 to 45. Must be clean and Mr. Charlie Fisher
sell. 2328 NW 105th St.
Drive by 1240 NW 31st, just could obtain a mortgage ,. ment.
reliable. buried
1503. 634-4308 or 633-3058. at paradise Memorial
painted, 2 bedroom,CBS,total from any bank. Drive by 1240
with $350 down NW 88th St. Then call Fens- --- Gardens Saturday, Feb. 18. '
$10,500 FHA :
$78 month pays all. A. Ben- ter Realty, PL 98779. FOR RENT Female, neat, experienced j: ..
for Saturday and Sunday to On Feb. 19, a baby daughter 1 ....'\
Kori Realtor, anytime, 751- ----- Unfurn. apt. :>66 NW 22nd St.
2243. 2 bedroom, 1 bath, pool and $19 per week. Immediate oc- help prepare ans serve', me alt was bom to Gladys M.
light house work. AT> apt. Wilson which did
not survive.
patio home beautiful Call
area, agency,
house. 2 in family 8663662.
I ncome $$$ nicely landscaped, large lot, 6126. Evenings 448-2824 Mr. Services were held .on Feb.

Drive by 6932 N. Miami Ave., FHA terms. $600 down, good Gross. Wake UPI! If your husband Gardens.21 at Paradise Memorial

3 units, live in 3 bedroom and terms. Call for appt. Fenster lost his job today, would
rent the 2 units, good area, Realty, Broker, PL 98779. Nice 2 bed. CBS apt. $22. be able to help financially?you Investigate -
Here to visit her
need some cash down, make ----- Verynice 1 bed. apt. CBS, how time work son and .
2 bedrooms 2 bath Duplex $19. par daughter-in-law, Willie C.
offers. Call A. Ben-Kori, Realtor beautifulFla today could assure of a
finest of CBS 1 bed. $17.50. you and Delores Timmons is Mrs.
anytime 7512243. room, area, garage Apt. good income tomorrow Call
Good, 2 bed. rear house. $20. Leola Timmons from Americus -
---- beautifully landscaped,
621-8552 between 7 a.m. and ,j5A3C
even large enough for a 3 Downtown location-CBS, 1 Ga., who was very proudof k
NW 17th Ave.$400 down. 10 p.m. for interview. No her
bedroom home. Call for bed. apt. $14. granddaughter, born
Payments $82.82 per month. obligation. (Feb. 24)
Feb. 16.The visitor is the sis-
only. Effcy furnished
FHA terms. Fenster Apt., $13.
home Fla hard-
room, --- ter of
Mr. J. T. Mitchell and
Realty Broker PL large house
wood floorstile roofcarport 9-8779. Very $25. Senior
1---- beauty cOperator. Good Mr. Emanuel Mitchell.
fenced. Mike Scatton, Realtor, 3 bedroom 2 bed. duplex. $20. location, good working condi The International
1 bath, carporte, CBS, large 1 bed. apt. $17.50. Masons
751-9784. (Mar 3) large lot, large Fla room,a tions, 758-3901. and Eastern stars will hold
-- Come into our office -----
beauty, FHA terms. $450 dn. their joint council meeting
3 Bedrooms Call on this one now. Fenster Liberty i Rental Agency, 2020 Needs beautician with a following Sunday, February 26 at the Robert Walker Jr.,
Drive by 830 NW 84th St. Best Realty, Broker, PL 98779. NW 62nd St. Call 6337809. who desires abeautiful EOPI Building, 17801 Home- son of Rev. and Mrs. Robert

section, CBS, carport, very ---- location. 4310 NW 7th Ave. stead Ave., Perrine. Walker, ST., 1768 NW 5lst St.,
nice Fla room, my best buy. 112 NE 48th St. Huge 4 bed 346 NwTlst St. Lovely front 757-9254 or 691-2747 after 5Pm' is now on home leave. He'll <,

$450 down, vets, $100. Total room, 1ft bath, double garage, house for nice family. $26 (March 3) A gala banquet will be be stationed in Vietnam, as
$14,300 FHA terms. A. Ben- Fla room, FHA value $17,000and week. Liberty Rental- Agency. held Saturday, Feb. 25 at the an Air Police aircraft guard.
Ked, Realtor, anytime 751- only $700 down. $111.88 Call 6337809020 NW 62nd Cutler Ridge Community cen- Robert is a graduate.of the

2243. monthly, be first, Aetna Realty Street ter. The public is invited. class of'66 at Miami Jackson

---- Broker, 811 NW 54th St., ---- Admission. $3.00 High.
Edison Area Phone Room in home. Prefer gentle
: 75M724. Open days.
Drive by 4755 NW 5th Ave. man. Phone 633-0604 or 758-
Nice corner, 2 bedroom CBS, 9230 NW 16th Ave. CBS, 2' 9717.

$12,500 FHA terms total. bedroom,Fla room,oak floors,
$400 down, vets $100. Thisis tile roof, fully fum. $12,500 1611 NW 40th St. (side entrance The Community Improvement Association

very nice. A. Ben-Kori, total. $400 down, no closing ). Nice small 2 bed- PresentsANNIVERSARY

Realtor, anytime, 751-2243. costs. $77.61 monthly. Call room duplex. Liberty Rental COCKTAIL HOUR
Agency, ,$19 per week. 2020
now. Aetna Realty, Broker,
2 Homes 811 NW 54th St., Phone: 757- NW 62nd St. call 633-7809. Sunday, March .19, 1967 6:00: 10 p.m.
Drive by 1875 NW 90th st. 5724. Open 7 days. -- BAYFRONT PARK AUDITORIUMMusic
Completely fenced, lovely Room in nice home near bus
------ By
big 2 bedroom, 2 bath, cus- stop. 2531 NW 55th st. 641-
8744 NW 25th Ave. CBS, 2 Johnny and The DynamitesPlus
tom built, living room, 18x38 6432. -
bedroom, nice Fl a room,100x- Floor Show
rear 1 bedroom. verv nice. 150 lot, no closing costs. ;; Eddie Lee Pitt-
Value Ul.oo0'seliina for 3321 NW 51st St. Large size COLOR TV CONSOLE DOOR PRIZE
FHA $400 down.
$18,000 FHA $12,800. house. $25. week. man, popular local busi-
at Liberty
Key $79.54 monthly. Buy today, Adv. ,. $2.00 At Door __ $2.50
office, A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, Aetna Realty, Broker, 811 Rental Agency, 2020 NW 62nd nessman, is the new Winner Need Not 1 Be Present
anytime 751-2243. St. 6337809.
NW 54th St. Phone: 757-5724. owner of the Dive-Inn
Open 7 days. bus Bar 1772" NW 79th St.
Edison Area Large room near stops. ,

Drive by 5661 NW 6th Ave. -8730-NW -15th Ave. CBS 2 Kitchens and many other pri- Phone 6919431. He invites .

Custom .built, bedroom, 2 bedroom, Fla room, carport, vileges. Nice for working. all his old friendsto
bath Fla woman or man. Private en -
room, garage, large
tile roof, FHA $12,500, only
lot, key at office, see this $400 down, no closing costs. trance. Call 634-3044 or 635- come and meet new
one inside. You will like. 5283. friends. wel- EDISON SpecialsOPEN
Total $77.61 monthly. Act nowlt!! Everyone
$15,000 FHA.
Aetna Realty, Broker, 811 NW
down. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, 54th St., Phone 7575724. Effcy. $17 week, partly furn. come. ( indf)

anytime, 751-2243. Open 7 days. Cane or call. Sunday only.

-- ---- PL 9-2214. 824 NW 76th St. AFTER 2 P.M. SUNDAY

No Qualifying Sliding glass door,matresses,
Drive by 626 NW 47th St. springs, odd-ends. Phone: 1 bedroom, furn. duplex, with 835 NW 84 STREET
$500 down for this clean modern furniture. Nice neighborhood FOR RENT
635-5752 after 4 p.m.M 3). $300 down FHA. No
closing cost CBS terrazzo
corner, bedroom, partly furnished 1919 NW 90th St.

carpeted in bedrooms. Lovely 3 bedroom, CBS, doors, carport. City water. County taxes only.
Terms arranged. A. Ben-Kori, North Miami Beach, modem 2 bedroomhouse. $22.50 with New furnished apt. Excellent. Excellent location.

Realtor, anytime, 751-2243. kitchen, carport. only $350 refrig. Nice neighborhood. No Air conditiontd.All
----- children. 9026 NW 20th Ave.
5531 NW 5 AVENUE
down. $71 per month. Roy "' 1
Immaculate 691-2650. trio kitchen. desirable
Drive by 845 NW 83rd Terr. Rotter, Realtor, 9497476. 5 Bedroom 2 Bath

Just like new, beautiful wood ---- 3 bedroom house with stove. Buena Vista ttction. $90a No QualifyingThis

floors, lovely big Fla room. Drive 4 5633 Bedrooms 6th 26.50 per week, nice neighborhood month. Adults Is frame, but what a big home for a large
by NW Ave.
$450 down A. 2258 58th t.
FHA terms. NW $ No
Ben-Kori, Realtor, anytime, Big spacious home, fully children. Musthave steady job. only. Security required. family on a 100x125 lot. Garage. Take $1335
751-2243. carpeted, ideal for that big 6912650.We down, you can't begin to rent a home like this
family, has Fla porch'and ga Excellent for nice work for $87 month.
------ -- only a
Direct from Owner rage. $400 down, $11,700 care for the aged ones. ing couplt. DRIVE BY THESE THEN CALL EDISON
FHA terms Ben-Kori -
3 ,A. Realtor
bedroom, 1ft bath, CBS, Home for your senior citizen.
like new, huge fenced lot, anytime 751-2243. Complete room, board with all ((1)) 1461 NW 92nd St. Large CBS homo, ft bath,

carport, a beautiful home, ---$90 Month utilities. Call our church home 175 NW tilt roof, Fla room, extra large garagt. $16,000
move right in, no closing 691-2650 at 9009 NW 21 Ave. FHA termt. 75x100 lot.
costs, no red tape. See 7025 Pays ,li. Drive by 8740 NW 38th St.

NW 28th Ave. Call owner, 15th Ave. Pretty oak floors, Nice large room in Liberty #2 ((2)) 44 NW 47th Terrace $250 down FHA. Large
758-8749. tile roof, Fla porch. Nice family city area in private home.
--- area. $12,300. $400 dn. Single or couple. 758-8128. CBS home, Fla room plus screen porch. No closing

Sacrifice Sale FHA. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor cost. Cltan in and out.

CBS, 2 bedroom, large Fla anytime, 7512243. Fum. clean apt. with very

room, large living room, FHA --- cheap rent. Call afternoon.FR42213.Downtown NOW OPENPRINCE'S ((3)6520) NW 1st Place -CBS,2 btdroom. Lovely
price 10500. My price, SEE: 9469 NW 26th Ave.Charming section. neighborhood. $250 down FHA. No closing cost.

7500. $2500 cash down and house, large living room, ----- $86 month everything. -...:
$45 month. The BEST BUYin Fla room, near buses and Room with private entrance. pays
shopping. One mortgage, ex private shower. $8.25 week.
Street.MIAMI.Call See owner 339 758-8749.NW 39th cellent deal. For informationcall Call 751-4309, if no answer ((4)) 819 NW 42nd St. 3 bedroom, CBS, garage,

'- 758-5400, Broker. call 635-1078. tilt roof. No qualifying, $830 down. FHA mortgage -

A hot deal. Waterfront! CBS. all ready ploced. $90 per month pays every
3 bedroom plus garage. Will CBS dream house, 1 bedroom, Lovely room for nice clean Pit thing.
be painted-entire exterior. fenced yard, fire place, part- man wanting a decent place to
FHA terms down ly furn.691-8229 or 751-6251. live. 7596026.
ment. Seller$600 closing pay- ---- -- ((5)) 8915 NW 9th Ave. -' $350 down FHA. CBS,

costs. Location is pays 9251 Little 3 bedroom, 1 bath, CBS, new- 1 bedroom, $10.50 single, BarBQ27th tilt roof, 2 bedroom, Flo room, garage Central

River Blvd. (14th Ave. N.W.) ly painted Fla room. Low $7.50 double in the heart of heat.

Will be open for your Inspection down payment. See at 2020 Liberty City, 696-4570. ((6)) 2431 NW 93rd Ttrr. $300 down FHA. No

Sunday 1-6 p.m. Fenster NW 71st St. No qualifying Ave. closing coit. CBS. 75x106 lot. Fla room, carport.WE .
Realty, Broker, PL 9-8779. Move in. Call Broker, MartinM.

--- Berney, 624-6983. HAVE MANY HOMES AND DUPLEXES,
Attention Easiness --- Vote For '
with 2 story: building corner with 3 bedroom, 1 bath, CBS, like & 46th St. FHA TERMS OR NO QUALIFYING.YOU .

beautiful apartment, 2 bedroom new. Carport, large lot. Must
could also be converted to a have good down payment.
church, plus extra lot. Drive Take over $80 per month BEST HICKORY

by 1290 NW 54th St. Look payments. No qualifying see DISPLACED,AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY. ....
around then call Fenster Real- at 2350 NW 89th St. Call' McKILLOPTues. COOKED RIBS

ty, PL 9-8779. Broker. Martin M. Berney, '
'Bargain.i $3,000. My equity. ,

ing.$10,500 3 bedroom balance, ,2 no bath qualify-, hard -Duplexes.--Have- 3 of them. Feb. 28 IN TOWN 175 .'N.W, *2nd 51' 151.24\1" :

wood floors, Fla room, ,garage Call me for location and in .

fenced, backyard, tile formation. Martin M. Berne, ,_.--- -- --

/oof, nice. Call ,696-2236.. .Broker, 624-6983. .. . .
Il.1. I 'tll'/I.I' I I . . '" "

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24 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 24, 1967

High School Press Workshop at FAMU March 2 4 .

:i ,, TALLAHASSEE- The of Unit "B" of the new Vocational Mal Goode, United Nations
.. 17th Annual Florida A&M Technical complex. correspondent, ABC News; SAVE UP TO 40%
Interscholustlc Press Work The new VTI complex is be- Grady Tooler, director of
shop will be held March 2-4 ing occupied with a building student publications and ON
at Florida A&M University.The and equipment outlay of Edward Herp, director of Auto Insurance
theme will be "Career nearly 2500000. It s completely broadcasting, both in Flor-
Opportunities In' the Mediaof modern structure da State University: Byron Liability Physical
i'r Mass Communications." and facilities. Unit "B" Kennedy and W. L. John- Damage
.,"/ I' "' David C. Collington, di- houses the FAMU Printing son, Taylor Publishing Company SR 22, Filing
rector of the workshop, said Department where The ; Paul Denman, St. No Ont Refused
all sessions of the workshopwill Workshopper, official newspaper Petersburg Printing Com-
t. be held In the new Voc of the three-year In- pany; E. B. Mitchell photo- GOOD DRIVERSNo
\ a t t o Technical building stitute, will be published. grapher, Orlando Sentinel- Finance Charge
complex. Consultants will include: Star.Also at little at
b i f Collington also said that Cliff McKay, editor, Afro- Mrs. Tokl S. Johnson ISDOWN
Y hl'tw Dr. George W. Gore, Jr., American newspapers; Mrs. society editor, Pitts-
president of Florida A & M Gerrl Major, society editor, burgh Courier; Mrs. Inez AT SHELL'S CITY
will deliver the keynote ad Jet and Ebony magazines; Kaiser, Inez Kaiser and As- (South Poor)
dress. Dr. Gore received Alger Adams, owner, sociates; Stephen K. Beas-
hl bachelor's deereein Eng Creative Printery; Edwin De- ley, Beasley Photo Sevice; PLAZA INSURANCE
lish and journalism and was meritfe, advisor, high school Ormund Powers,editorial AGENCY
Cynthia uidMrs.Juanita Cole
Before and after of
Instrumental In the founding yearbook, Miami, Harold rector Orlando Sentinel- Phone: 754-4951
The Sigma Shadows met at their yearly project. Mrs. of the workshop. Keith, public Information officer Star; Robert Sanchez; Jour- 5941 NW 7th
the home of Mrs.Ruby Gibson Gibson served a delicious repast Registration for the work United States Area of nalism Instructor, and Mike Avenue,
Saturday night, Feb. 11 for the group left for an shop will be held in the lobby International Development; Beaudoin.
the purpose of viewing pictures evening of entertainment at
of little Cynthia Wil- the Castaways.
liams who is a victim of
sickle cell anemia. The Sigma Mildred P. Dean is pre-
Shadows purchased a wig sident and Robert Papino I Is
for Cynthia for Christmas, secretary.

I'' Sigmrao Rho Guidance Win to $1,000001!

Clinic SaturdayGamma

Delta Sigma John Brown,Medicine;Mrs.
Chapter of Sigma Gamma Gewndolyn Cherry, Law; PLAY TIGERINO
Rho Sorority will present its Mr. Alkin Hepburn, Insur-
Annual Guidance Clinic for ance; and Mrs. Ervin Mills,
Youth on Saturday Feb- New Opportunities. Music
ruary 25,1967 at the Brown- will be furnished by Alia-
ville Community Center. pattah Junior High School
Theme for the occasion is Chorus under the directionof
"Training Today's Youth Mrs. Berthenia White.
for Tomorrow's Challenge." Mrs. Sarah Cherry Is the at the Tiger Sign 01MotorinDIup
Panelist in the various fields chairman and Mrs. Verneka
Include Mrs. Mary King, Silva, baslleus. A social
Miami Dade Junior College, hour will follow the discus-
Education Father Stafford sion period. '
Sweeting, Religion; Doctor

I Towns Predicts Big Increase 'Happy

\ in Negro GOP Vote

'I LOS ANGELES Clar- year a 100 p er cent gain
ence Townes Jr., special as- over 1964-while nationallymore
sistant to National Committee than 19 per cent of.
Chairman Ray C. Negroes voted COP.
Bliss, said Monday that he The 39-year-old native of /
sees the California Negro Richmond, Va., said Negro
electorate tripling itself In Republican candidates "must be selected r
ranks. and must seek office on their
Townes accompanied own merits, not as 'show- %
Massachusetts' Senator Ed- case candidates' appeasingother
ward Brooke III on his tri- Negroes.
umphant Lincoln Day visitto a ? I
the West CoastIn Negroes are insulted by ,
a Press Club news con- 'showcase candidates',"said "
ference, Townes, pointed out Townes, "and are disgustedwith 1 y )NI1nrn
that the Republican ticket the Democratic Party
polled only six per cent of trend of selecting candidates
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