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Title: The Miami times
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Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: March 3, 1967
Frequency: weekly
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
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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).
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Vol. 44, No. 28 THE MIAMI TIMES, FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1967 20 PAGES 15*




I POWELL VOTED OUT OF CONGRESS ''I'IJ



Vengeful members of the Older and wiser heads In
House of Representatives the House pleaded with their
t Wednesday voted 248 to 176 colleagues to accept the proposal -
to bar Adam Clayton Powell of censure and fine
I i I 1 1I from Congress.It from the Caller special investigating I
SPi yl
JI was the first time since committee, but
1921 that a member was excluded their pleas went unheard.
I M1 after being elected by Florida's Claude Pepper was I
his constituents. one of the leaders of the
Powell heard the news in group for explusion. .
Blmini after returning from a
fishing trip. He told the press, Powell has been accused of ,
"Talk to my lawyers, I'm padding his payroll, using his
'.
nothing but a poor parish committee's travel funds for
priest." A historymakingcourt pleasure trips and for refus- r
battle is expected to ing to "cooperate" with the
develop from the action tak- special committee investigating -
en. him.James .

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Whether you're buying a tick- ,
19 Indicted In 1964 et or cashing in a winning tick-
et, you'll always be greeted t
J with a smile by 38-year-old
James Bowe, Miami's first
I'i"I I Mississippi SlayingAfter Negro paramutuels clerk. \\

,.,. ."",-, Bowe, an ex-Miami police-
"'\ ,, , 1 man, started out as a clerk ,
"J,';, ,,"''' ',\ '< being indicted for the Edward Jordon,a 19th at the Biscayne Kennel club \
r..., 1, "\ ,, slayings of the three civil man indicted Monday for a federal and Is presently employed at ,
::' "l<'I'.. r.' ..': /y f, rights workers near Philadel- grand Jury, was not ar- the Flagler Kennel club. t
r --"I' : phia, Miss., in 1964, 18 per- rested. He is a graduate of Dorsey
The Miami Alumnae/ Chapter/ of the/ Delta Sigma Theta Sorority launched its on- sons were arrested Tuesdayin Accompanied by their law- High School and resides with \
nual/ Debutante season with the initial meeting of parents debutante candidateson Meridian. They include Ne- yers, the 18 men surrendered his wife, Barbara, and daughter ,
Sunday, February 12. shoba County Sheriff Law- voluntarily at the marshal's Carol, at 1161 NW 56th :
Pictured above is a scene shot at the Bass Museum of Art in the first of a rence Rainey and his chief office in the federal building. Street.
of enrichment programs. deputy Cecil Price. Sam Bowers, Jr., Identifiedby
series The candidates had the opportunity of not only observing works of art dating This was the :Second time the FBI as the Imperial
16 of them including' Raineyand Wizard of the White Knights PhdUII.T.Iklll
back from the 14tb century, but thye had the added experience of talking to Mr. an d ,
Price, were Indicted. The of the Ku Klux Klan, was :
of Beach for public view
the Miami ing.
who loaned their art to '"
Mrs. Bass pieces city
indictment dismissed.The the 18. He is under
( House ct Photography photo) was among to tavesfiNeiif :
men posted $9,000 each indictment In another Mississippi -
and were released. civil rights murder case.

'FL.'cl01!: Condemns Attack? bikers 1

Lynden 0. Pindllng, premier i
Gets
Young 9,829Votes of the Bahamas and minister I!,

,, : On War On Poverty; ; : :: for went tourism to New and York development Sunday for,

,: In losing CauseRonald three days .of talks with U.s.
investment bankers, leadersof
Leaders of the AFL-CIO, wide efforts in antipovertywork campaign against racial bias .. the travel Industry and the
in their executive council and in fighting discri- in unions, on the job and R. Young, Carol City true to form. Edmond Gong, American press.
meeting at Miami Beach this mination. otherwise, the Council saida High teacher, polled 9,828 Robert L. Shevin, Tom Spen- He is accompanied by Carl-
week, said that the resurgenceof Noting the less favorable atmosphere successful war against poverty votes in Tuesday's primaryto cer and Dick Fincher won re- ton E. Francis, minister of
conservatism in Congress In the 90th Con- must include Job oppor- finish second in a four- nomination easily. Richard finance, and Jeffrey M.
endangers President John gress, Meany said, "I think tunities with decent wagesfor man race for the State Legislature Stone and Dick Renick will Thompson, minister for internal -
son's anti-poverty programand we're in for more difficult unemployed, greater Social in District 91. go tinto the runoff on March affairs, andJames ,
the chances for new civil times." He said that on the Security benefits as proposedby It was Young's first try at Sheppard, aide to the Pre- (
rights laws. question of discrimination,the the White House, and "a public office and he ran a 14.Other runoffs will pit Dr. mier.
"We repudiate the attacks on unions had made great stridesin much Improved. system of creditable race on a very Walter Sackett against Bob Pindling, 36, is expected to
the War on Poverty aimed at recent years, but"we make public assistance" for people limited budget. A larger turn- DuVal, Bob Hartnett against outline the social and econo-
crippling or destroying the ro claims to perfection." who cannot support themselves. out of Negro voters would Linton Tyler, Dr. Elton Gis- mic programs his government
entire program," the council Stating it will press its own have possibly put Young In a sendanner against Mary Ann plans to effect in the Bahamas I
said. runoff with winner Maurice MacKenzie, Marshall Harris highlight the tourism
The labor organization Is Ferre who polled 28,731. En- against Kenneth Dorn, Carl development program and reassure 1
concerned that the change in glander polled 9,438 votes and Singleton against Paul Stein- investors abouteconor
the Congressional appropriations Protest Natchez Bomar 5,992. berg, and Leo Furlong' mic and political advantages of
committee, brought The other races ran pretty against David Brower.A the 700-island Bahamas.
about by Republican gans in
November, might lead to

strangling through anti-poverty lack of funds.programs Racial BombingWharlest Head Start and PreSchool

The council noted that the I

outlook for more appropria- Jackson, 36, died Kluxers and the murderersthat
tions from for Get $2 Million
Congress com- Monday night inNatchezMis- we are not afraid," Ev- Programs ,
to attack
munity programs sissippi, as the result of a ers shouted at the gate of -
poverty have already been cut bomb explosion under his the plant. Two EOPI grants totaling-
back. pickup truck, while he was more than $2 million have I
"The forward momentum City officials, business lead- : been announced for Dade
on the way home from work. Ji / Afro .
"
already slowed, the council ers and private citizens ear- CorlMvrpny, County by U.s. Reps. Claude
said on civil rights. It said Police Chief J. T. Robin- lier put up $36,000 reward ,<"I\\ Pepper and Dante Fascell.
that new legislation is need- son said his officers believeda money, and Gov. Paul John- riCkaia4 One Is for $1,776,838 to con-
ed to outlaw racial dlscrimi- bomb was placed under the son ordered an around-the- Htd .s. tinue the Head Start program
nationa in Jobs, housing and cab. clock investigation of the : another seven months. This
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schools."A bombing by state authorities. Carl chair- nationally-prominent pub- program, operated by the
Tuesday night about 2,000 Dr. Murphy, 78,
coalition of Southern Democrats
Usher educator civic and Board of Public Instructiop
Negroes staged a protest man of the Board of Directorsof ,
and conservative Re Johnson called the bombinga
march to their anger the Afro-American News- community leader, he residedat serves 3,000 children.The .
publicans" led by Senate GOP express "heinous and sense 1 e st-
death. died 2406 Overland Ave.in Mor- other grant Is for
6:30 Satur-
Leader Everett M. Dirksen of against bombing murder." He said he ordered papers, a.m.
Park the of $436,401 for the continuation
near
Jackson was treasurer of the day in Johns Hopkins Hospital gan campus
Illinois blocked such legisla- state investigators into Nat- State where of pre-school child develop
Natchez branch of the National where he had been confined Morgan College, a
tion in 1966 the council said. chez minutes after the inci-
Association for the Advance- since Feb. 19. be was a member of the Boardof ment and health program for
"We would have had a fair Colored People. dent, and that they would remain He enteredHopkinsfortreat- Trustees from 1939 until 7,000 Dade children.This pro-
ment of
bill last if it until the case is solved.
housing year named provides examinations t
ment of a slipped disc and suf- 1953 when he was gram ]
-
had not been for old molasses" Charles Evers,NAACP leader fered a stroke earlySaturday.Dr. chairman, a position he held and corrective surgery for i\\
mouth from Illinois, said said his people will The Governor said Mississippians at the time of his death. children in Head Start. 4
AFL-CIO President George "march nights and nights "look with scorn and Murphy, a native Balti- He was a graduate of Howard Richard Weatherly, EOPI
Meany of the filibuster led by again." He led the marchersto contempt and disgust upon the morean, was president of the University, class of 1911 and project director in Dade Coun-
Dirksen.Its the Armstrong Tire and repulsive deed of cowards who Afro Newspapers from 1922 Was an instructor and professor ty, said both grants assure
129 unions with 13.5 million Rubber Co. plant where Jack- hide in darkness to violate the until 1961 when he became of German and head of the the continuation of programs
members were urged by son worked. law of God and of all decent chairman of the Board of Di- Department of German there which terminated in Decem-
the council to start nation- "We came here to show the men." rectors. (continued on cage 2) ber.




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2 THE MIAMIsTIMES,, ridgy. March 3; 1967 .

Bahamas Premier's WifeIs ei.w *. "Public To Name


Civic Worker, Mother CenterThe

4 Advisory Board of the

Fashion Leader 4i b e r t y City Neighborhoodenter
: has decided to let the
,
nibllc find a name for it.
NASSAUBahamas Marguerite Pindling attractive motherof
,
three laid aside her : Bishop L. Cox, chairman of
private life and stepped confidently into f :
) he Center Naming Committee
the public spotlight as she assumed her place as the wife '
of the Colony's Premier. aas submitted a list of seven

Urging all Bahamians to work harder and be more cour- names to The Miami Timesto
teous to visitors than ever before, the charming Mrs. Pindlingset be published for three con-
a fetching picture of a devoted mother and political helperas secutive weeks.The public can
she chatted informally and posed for photos with her child- i1iFTV. vote for the name of their
choice by mailing a post card

ren.Mrs.. Pindling became the first Bahamian-born first lady to The Miami Times at 6530
when her husband's Progressive Liberal Party won control of NW 15th Avenue.
the House of Assembly in Colonywide elections in January. The seven names are:
Until then, she was a hard-working assistant in his law offices Elliott J.Pieze Neighborhood
and a steadfast campaign helper in the political arena. Center, Para Villa Heights
Now she finds herself cast in the glare of public life and a Neighborhood Center, Liberty
seemingly endless demand for her time as official functions City Neighborhood Center,
and public appearances begin to multiply. Sam B. Solomon NeighborhoodCenter

"My political life began 11 years ago, Just after our mar- N W. 0. Barkley Neigh-
riage," the trim, 115-pound mother reflected. "We were mar- borhood Center, John I. Ross
ried on May 5, 1956, and Mr. Pindling was elected to the Neighborhood Center, orDenaT.
House of Assembly on June 8 of the same year." s \ r A,"+. 1 t J Goodman NeighborhoodCenter.
"In addition to working for and leading the opposition party kw. .
in the House of Assembly in the enusing years. Mr. Pindlingalso
established an enviable law practice in Nassau and 4' :
CARL
Freeport. And Mrs. Pindling helped her London-educated MURPHY, AFRO-
husband in the office "all the:way." f. g,, 9rtr 6 it AMERICAN NEWSPAPERMAN
Motherhood came first in 1962, when Mr. Pindling stood DIES
for re-election to the House, for Mrs. Pindling was preg- from 1913 to 1918.
nant with their son, Leslie Oscar. Unable to Join her husbandon The publisher took his mas-
the more strenuous campaign rounds,'she again providedthe ter's degree from Harvard
behind-the-scenes talents which are the foundation for University in 1913. He attended -
all successful campaigns. \ n. i d the University of Jena in
There was no denying Mrs. Pindling's full role in the recent t Germany in the summer of
campaign, however, as the long, arduous efforts of her rM1+r that year.
husband and his colleagues led them toward the dawn of a new The son of the founder of
political age on the Bahamas horizon. Screening calls at the ,., the Afro, John H. Murphy Sr.
office, making quiet and dignified appeals for support,shaking \ : ': -: i.. t\ and Mrs.Martha Howard Mur-
hands. with constituents became a Dart of her daily routine. ':"'' .. .. .\ : phy, Dr. Murphy left his col-
The hard work behind them, they were cOnlident-the polls '!lit"AiIIIr !'f t. ....:,1(: Z lege post in 1918 to Join the

closed on the afternoon of January 10. As the Radio Station Mrs. Lyric/en 0. Pindling, wife of the new Bahamas Premier, takes time out Afro and succeeded his fatheras
ZNS in Nassau began broadcasting early returns from Out president of the
newspaper
from official rounds and schedule/ of devote
motherly
civic activities
busy a heavy to -
Island it became
precincts, quickly apparent that the people chain at his death in 1922.
had responded to their appeals.By attention to her three children, (left to right) Lynden Qbefemi/ ; Michelle Mar Under his direction, the Afro

late in the evening, the results had given the Progressive guerite, 4, and Leslie Oscar, 5. Mrs. Pindling, long active in civic affairs and became the largest colored-
Liberal and United Bahamian parties an 18-18 deadlockin gardening club activities, is also a leader in fashion. owned newspaper in the nation.
the 38-memberHouse Assembly.labour member and an

Independent held the balance of power. early to assess the future ambitions of Leslie Oscar, 5, and
Again exhibiting the statesmanship with which he led his
Michelle 4 other
Marguerite, may develop plans. fxora
party to victory, Mr.Pindlinggainedthesupportof the Labour Mrs. Pindling, who is also a trained darkroom technician, NeighborhoodGirl
member and convinced Alvin R. Braynen, the Independent, has taken an intense interest in the other young people in the
that the best interests of the Bahamas lay in his acceptance she has asked the to
Colony, Colony's press urge young womento
of the Speakershlp. become more deeply involved in public affairs. ; Scouts CelebrateThinking
With this, the PLP had effected a majority coalition, and "I was hoping the election would turn out the way it did,"
Governor Sir Ralph Grey called on Mr. Pindling to form his she said, "I wanted it, and knew what it would entail for me."
Day February 22 Dade Arabia leader Helene
government. ,
"Crowds used to scare me,for one thing. But I no longer become -
Marguerite Pindling retired one night as the tired but exu- so nervous in large gatherings. I took the Dale Carne- the birthday of Lord and Lady Smith; No. 512, Little River,
berantly happy wife of the Colony's fastest-rising Assemblyman Baden Powell, is the special U.s.A., leader, Mrs. Hough-
gie course in 1962, and it helped a lot, she explained.Her .
and as a partner in the making of history. She awakenedto early family life may have helped her to become at day e a c h year Scouts and ton; No. 480 New Covenant
a new role as First Lady,a role which experience and tem- ease with others, too. Mrs. Pindling, the former Marguerite Guides send their thoughts Presbyterian Church, Israel,
perament had conditioned her to fill with grace. around the worl as a prayer leader, Laura Bethel, No. 524
McKenzie, Is one of a family of three boys and five girls,
Seven-year-old Lynden Obafemi was first informed of his and was born at Bahamian Island, but her brothers and sis- that all men shall be friens. Orchard Villa, Spain, leader,
father's new status by schoolmates. "Well," he said, when ters now live in Nassau. Ixora I and Ixora n Neigh- Amanda Franklin, No. 307
his mother confirmed it,"I guess that makes me a Junior Pre- Even life at Andros Is a fishbowl for the new first family. borhoods held International Liberty City, Scotland, Dor-
mier, doesn't it?" Flying to her mother's home at Andros for a weekend of rest Festival Saturday sey Jr. High, new Cadette
February
Despite her desire to see that public life doesn't complicatethe after the new Premier's first week in office, Premier and 25 at Manor Park., It wasa Troop, France, leaders,Mer-
children's lives and a resolve to spend at least one full day Mrs. Pindling were besieged by a steady stream of old friends very cold morning, but it celee Adderly and Julia Tynes;
each week with them, Mrs. Pindling feels that young Lynden No. 581, Church of the Open
and well-wishers. A New York Times reporter flew in aboarda didn't stop the lively perfor-
might one day follow in his father's footsteps. But it's too chartered amphibious plane to secure an exclusive inter- mances of the scouts as each Door, Sweden, No. 775,Glade-
view with the Premier. troop gave information about view, Israel, leader, Ester
the county they represented. Brenner, Troop 530, Orchard
Flags of the countries Villa, China, leader, Mary
ATTENTION ALL CHURCH, CLUB were
NEED A JOB START WORK TODAY! in the background.Cheryl Bul- Richardson and No. 452, Mt.
AND SCHOOL REPORTERS lard led the Zion Mexico, leader, Matilda
flag
Now 2 locations to serve you ceremony. Bailey.
Copy for publication in Thursday's news COOKS BUSBOYS Marsha casion. Ann Welters, the oc- Theme song for the day was

paper must be TYPEWRITTEN and in our DISHWASHERS PORTERSGAS Walt Disney's "It's a Small
STATION DRIVERS Troops participating were: World." International songs
office by 7 P.M. ON MONDAY. This is a
HOTEL & HOME MAIDS LIVE IN MAIDSA1 No. 307, Liberty City Ele- and dances added meaning to
public service that we render to you at no mentary, Scotland, leaders A. our day.
charge. Please cooperate with us. Employment Service J. Hudson and Madelyn Presentations to the Juliette
Thompson No. 622 Holmes Low World Friendship Fund
; ,
Over 20 Years Service in Miami
The Editor Africa, leaders, Elouise was $33.26, ten troops report-
714 NW 62nd Street 758-7663 Smith, Joyce Rolle; No. 640 ing.

534 N. Miami Avenue 379-8382 Sweden, leader, Hanna Ed- Please, leaders, send your
Dunbar, Sweden, leader, Han contributions in today.
:
na Edwards, No. 481 Bunche
Park U.s.A. leader L.
,
Our thanks to Mrs. Calvin
Blanche Tynes; No. 161 First Marks who served chair-
as
You May Get Immediate Baptist, Opa-locka, Iceland, man of our Internation Fes-
leader]_A._Cunningham; No. tival and to
w other who helped
r>S+gpp Relief If You Suffer From No. 824, Mt. Zion, Jamaica make our program a success.
; No. 377, Dunbar, leader,
Myrtle Bullard, Ireland; No.
Spasmodic Asthma Backaches 83, Liberty City,Russia,leader -
Gloria Green No. 733 SALE PARTY
lea one cvteUatfy bwtfat t tttexetHIDAHHAD'S Nervousness Skin Disease er,, L K. Sidney;, No. 218,, There will be a sale party

Bethune, Greece, leaderGlo- Saturday March 4, at the homeof
No. 29
MOSQUE Impotence Frigidity ria Green; No. 733, North Edythe M. Glass, 1391
NW 58th Street.
Bedwetting Stammering
Hear the lift giving teachings of the

Honorable Elijah MuhaMlllCldM..tingl Smoking Alcoholism
Remember These
Menstrual Irregularity Speech Disorders Names for
: March 14 Election

SUNDAY 2:00 P. M. Fears Migraine Headaches YOUR POWER IS IN YOUR. VQTE

Wednesday and Friday 8:00 P. M. ObesityAnd GISSENDANNER HARTHETT

5245 N. W. 7th AVENUE
many other Mental and Functional dis- SPEAK OUT WITH YOUR VOICE TO VOTE
Listen to the Radio Edition of "Mr. Muhammad Sp..ki"
Sundays, 5:30 A. M. WFAB 990 on the Dial orders. March 28 Election
6:30: A. M. WMIE 1140 on the Dial Home Visits by Appointment Remember
Names Like
Read MUHAMMAD SPEAKS Newspaper 6354540Mr.

Jones, Licensed Practictioner ROLLE McKILLOP ;

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Nathaniel Fletcher, "Cisco" Kilpatrick, Bobby Paschal and Vernon Paschal -

I newest additions to the ever growing Times newsboys corps.

\ Fletcher and the Paschal brothers along with Paul and James Everett'

and Anthony Home(not shown in picturehave been assignedto the Browns-

yule// area with Kilpatrick covering the NW 50th Street area between 7th

i Dade Credit Unions A Success and. 10th Avenues. :n
These boys are headquartered at the Spic and Span Market, 4901 NW I

27th Avenue. Photo by Johnson of Miami.
The Economic Opportunity Credit Unions. advice as to the best ways to
Program d Dade County has Brown points out some of the invest and borrow their mo-
launched a full scale programto advantages of the Credit Union nies. \ I
help fight the war on pover- that no other financial insti Aside from this, Brown says Pepper Addresses Statewide Confab \1
tutions can offer. his main advantage over other

ty.In each of the poverty areas of (1) Saving small sums regu- financial instttulons is that his Orlando Congressman The Florida Congressmansaid gain by working together with
t
Dade County, the EOPI has larly with convenience and sa- clerk, Mrs. Elsie Jones and Claude Pepper said today the "one of the darkest spots peoplo of good will to develop ),
placed a Credit Union. fety. himself live in the povertyarea. civil rights movement "must upon the glorious history of effective majorities for enlightened I
One d the largest credit' (2) Obtaining loans for useful We know their problems not allow itself to be Identi- America is the tardiness with public programs and
unions is downtown Miami's purposes, and most of all we put our- fied with extremism." which e have removed one- progressive candidates," he a
Culmer Federal Union, ma- (3) Participating in democratic selves on the same level "We "The' American people are rous discriminations from said.
naged by George Brown,which control of their own savingsand have their confidence." fundamentally progressive," many of our fellow citizens. "The political power of the '

claims a membership of over credit. He admits that his Job is nolan ) he said, "but they abhor: ex- But the wish to move faster demagogue and the 'hater'
400 and assets exceeding (4) You are able to budget easy Job, but it is a rewarding tremism of either the left or must not blind us to the realities cannot be the basis for pro-
$5,000 in less than five months your savings. Job, and he is deter- the right, and any successful of public sentiment and gressive public action," he
operation. (5) You are to buy merchan- mined to give to the people of movement for social changein the political climate in which said. "It can be whipped up to
dize with cash and pay the credit the poverty area the opportunity our country must identify any progress must be made." obstruct social progress, but
Brown says this alone is evidence union 1%per month interest that other Americanshave itself with the mainstream of Pepper cited the 1966 elections It cannot be made to sustaina
enough that the people in on the unpaid balance. enjoyed over the years. American concerns- and as- as evidence that the people constructive political or social -
the poverty area understandand (6) You are able to save and Brown Is convinced that the pirations. "want to pause" after six program."
can appreciate the advan- draw up to 6% Interest and receive credit union is one of the years of rapid social progress Bob Carroll d Sarasota recently -
tages of saving in the credit dividends yearly. best instruments youcan use Pepper addressed a state- under the Kennedy and John- appointed as state
union, to avoid high interest (7), You receive loan protec- to fight the war on poverty, wide Negro leadership con- son administrations. "This chairman oC the Statewide
charged by small loan com- tion Insurance at no extra cost and we are encouraging all ference sponsored. by the Florida means that effective Negro Leadership Conference presided -
panies and other financial institutions in case of death, your loan balance community organizations and NAACP at Parliament leadership'must strive to build at the conference. The
we encourage the is paid. businessmen and women to House, 410 North Orange Blo- the only kind political power Statewide Leadership Conference -
people in the poverty areas to We counsel each Investorand support their NeighborhoodCredit som Trail,Saturday, Feb. 25. that lasts--the Influence you will be held every)'ear.I. .
borrow from their Federal loan applicant and giveto Union.
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leaders Want Answers on :: FOR THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMODATIONS : I, .

AT MODERATE RATES .

Disneyland/ Kirk Administration :.9 CALL

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School DesegregationNegroes iiO I iml'' -,.-. : :

from all over the insure the Negro In Flo- What united political actionis
state of Florida met in Orlando rida that there will be equal required? What do we want
at 10 a.m. on SaturdayFeb. opportunity in hiring and in from the candidates?What can : RENTAL -
25 at the Parliament housing in the small cities be done to extract favorablereactions
House. The meeting, first of that are proposed? from the candidateto :

its kind In the state's historywas our problems? AGENCY : .
called by the Florida ((2)) The Kirk administration: Other problems facing the t .-. -
NAACP. The purpose of which What plans are there to include Negroes of this state discus-
.
according to NAACP Field the Negro in the govern sed for action were: (1) Draft JNC .
ment of this state? Is there .
Marvin Davies was
Director, ,
Boards (2) Migrant Farm
to unify Florida Negroes to really a policy of ignoringthe Constitutional :
Workers (3)
PL 9-8733
take united corrective action Negro in Florida? When Revision ((4) Jury Commis- fl5J
should Negroes seek an audience -

on concern a number the welfare of items and which pro- with Governor Kirk to sions Florida(5)(6)War Employment on Poverty(7)in ................................. :
discuss these problems? S
gress of minority citizens. Education ((8) Hous-
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Florida? What action shouldwe .
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H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher 111
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor By Booker T. Hayes t :

WILLIAM W. McBRIDE, City Editor CLAUDE PEPPER VS ADAM CLAYTON POWELLThe

STANLEY I. SWEETING Theatrical Editor
while driving west on the Julia Tut-
Last Sunday evening
of
insistent action of Congressman Claude Pepper
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers AitoclatlonJSUBSCKJPTION visit with mother a patient at Mt.
attempting to deny Adam Clayton Powell his seat in Con- tle Causeway after a my ,
to search the car radio in an effortto
Sinai Hospital I began
gress in contrast to the other members of the special ,
RATES committee investigating Powell is possibly the most shock- find a program more compatible with my mood. In the
ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 of pushing buttons of the various stations I tuned into
ing news to coma out the.entire affair. process : !

Ent.r.d a* Second Clot Matt.r, August 9, 1927 at the Post Could be that Pepper's recent feeling that he might run for I station the program WAME.Donald in progresswas Wheeler -

Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 the U.s. Senate in 1968 in an attempt to capture his former Mr. Wheeler's
Speaks. guestof
seat has influenced his action in an attempt to change his

Office at 6530 NW 15th Ave. Phone 691.0421 691.0455 "liberal" image to appeal to the conservative trend of the the evening was Commis-
sioner Athalie Range. The topic
Florida electorate.Of .
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" all people to attempt to capitalize on Powell's pre- of the discussion was a picture

,The NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead dicament, one would not expect Pepper to be so vindictivein and statement published in the
the world from racial and national antagonism when It accords the face of the already severe recommendations of the Miami Herald Sunday under the

to every man regardless of his roc., creed or color his committee, as Pepper himself was the victim of a charac- byline of Steve Rogers. The
human and legal rights. Hating no man, fearing! no man-4h ter assassination when he was defeated by George Smathers picture showed a dilapidated
Negro Press strives to help.very man in the firm belief that whose campaign against Pepper was based solely on his house with the following cap-

all men are hurt as long as anyone Is held bock. support of the Progressive Social legislation of Roosevelt'sNew tion: "House at 1178 NW 62nd
Deal. Street owned by Athalie Range,

Pepper was labeled a liberal, a friend of labor and even she's moved tenants now,
EDITORS NOTEBOOKMuch smeared with the atrocious crime of being pro-Negro. The will tear it down.

fact that he as a Democrat supported the Democratic ad-

has been written re the case of the Rev. Adam Clay- ministration's legislative program was his only crime. As is my custom, I had read the paper earlier and had

ton Powell and his Congressional activities and there's like- Years later he ran for Congress from the more liberal read the report in its entirety. At the time I read the article -

ly to be more before he loses or maintains his seat in the atmosphere of Miami and has been consistently reelectedon it gave me no cause to take offense, but after hearingthe

Congress.Ye his old image. Now all of a sudden he seems to be tryingto Commissioner on the Wheeler program, I've become as

Editor has read a very interesting editorial in the Janu- change that image, apparently in the hope of capitalizingon angered as she should be. My first Impression was that

ary-February issue of the Crisis magazine, he believes many Powell's dilemma to gain a more conservative colora- finally some progress was being made, and that Mrs. Rangewas
who have not read: it will be interested In doing so. Here it is: tion in preparation for his proposed campaign for the U.s. taking a giant step to coincide with her accepted role as

Senate race. champion of the Minimum Housing Code. Listening to Mrs.
ANOTHER ADAM CLAYTON POWELLIn Pepper can never win a statewide election in Florida and Range on the radio: I began to wonder also. Why her? Why
the only thing he has succeeded in doing is to place In jeo- her house? Especially in light of the fact it was to be demo-

answer to the multiple charges leveled at him, Adam pardy his seat in Congress.The lished ,rather than patched up. At least her decision was a

Clayton Powell, Harlem's splendacious and erratic Congressman matter of record with the board. What then would prompt a
has two pat rejoinders--"You're anotherl"! and "Ra- chaotic condition of the Florida State Governmental picture of her holdings? None of the others listed whose
for the and for the Nation thereis structure nearly approaches the condition of the southern
cism. Unhappily Congress property ,also failed to meet the minimum standards were
. states when they banded together to set up a separate na-
an intrinsic element of truth in each of the Congressman'scountercharges.
overthrow the United so honored. Could this be an effort to alienate the affections
and to
tion to
proceeded attempt
Because of the presence of these factors many
States Government by armed force. shared by Commissioner Range and her counterparts in the
Negro citizens have rallied to the beleaguered Congressman's This chaos and confusion brought about by the dictatorial community? If this is the original Intent, the perpetratorswill

support even though they are often dismayedbyhis unconven- one-party system imposed upon the people by have to find some other means.

tional conduct. the southern Democratic Party for 94 years, It now ram- For the record, Commissioner Range has been, and still
For anyone, particularly for a clergyman, to accept the pant through the deep southern states. Is one of the main backers of the Miminum Housing Code.
lowest common denominator as his standard is, to put it Where following the reconstruction era, southern j Re- She has been aware of the need for.such a code in the Central

mildly, unedifying. Clergymen are expected to exemplify publicans were forced to abandon the party and actively Negro District for a long time. Her efforts have been most
adherence to the highest ethical standards. The level of support the Democratic party on threat of economic re- sincere, because of her knowledge of her people's needs.

congressional standards, however, was not set by the Rev. prisals and bodily harm, a trend is developing whereby Her work has bared the inner-sanctum of many varied

Mr. Powell; it was established by white congressmen long Democrats are deserting the party, running on the Re- homes due to the nature and type of service she renders.
before he was born. There is ample evidence that some other publican ticket and denying that they have anything to Through her contact with the various cross-sections that

members of Congress--not all, by any meansareengagedinactivities do with the national Democratic Party. make up our community, she is best informed as to our needs
equally reprehensible as those with which Repre- Florida's Governor Claude Kirk a lifelong Alabama and grievances.In .

sentative Powell is charged. They practice nepotism, misuse Democrat, challenged U. S. Senator Spessard Hollandin her acceptance to appear on Mr. Wheeler's program, to

their travel privileges at the taxpayers' expense, hold up the Democratic primaries basing his campaign on the offer her views of this printed matter, she, has shown that ill
.needed legislation; absent themselves from important ses- allegations that Holland was s' Iliberal". Badly defeatedhe
her soul is clean. She has set a precedent for others to fol-
sions of Congress, and otherwise misbehave. changed his party registration to Republican enteredthe
low. She is not saying as some ministers have said, "Do
There are also members who have been elected by fraud, Republican primaries for Governor, won and challenged "
not as I do, but as I say do. She believes in what the mini-
that is disfranchisement of sizeable of their the Democratic to become the first "Repu-
through segments party
mum housing code stands for and is willing to back it to the
respective constituencies. In the minds of Negroes,this is far blican" Governor of Florida in 94 years, but the fact limit.
more damaging than Mr. Powell's reported trangressions.His Is that Kirk is not a "Republican" but merely an opportunist -
The proceeded interestingly and a state-
program very
election bears no taint of fraud. In 1966 he received 74.1 running on the Republican ticket. ,
per cent of his district's vote.His constituents are well aware Thus the executive department of the State is In the state ment made by Mrs. Range in closing really caught my fancy.
of confusion. The reversal of the legislative She said upon her acceptance of the commission seat, she
of his record both and private citizen. present appor-
as a congressman as a
was told that now she was in the hot seat. To those who
Yet whose credentials tionment by the Supreme Court has thrown the legisla-
some congressmen are highly question- would poke jabs at her, she said she has become accustomedto
tive department of the State Into confusion.The
able voted to strip him of the chairmanship of the House Edu-
Jockeying of the cabinet members for individualand it. She also said she has surrounded herself with the best
cation and Labor Committee and to him
deny temporarily, collective control ot the State Democratic Party and asbestos available and have no fear of the heat that may be
his seat in the House. to exercise controls of the various boards and departments -
applied. In fact, she welcomes it. This type of statement
Yes, there is a certain validity to the Congressman's is end of confusion.
causing no
could only be made by a champion, and I have always believed -
"You're Another!" rejoinder.The Even the special interest lobbyists don't know who to it is better to go down with a champion rather than a
Powell case Illustrates anew the pervasiveness of the throw parties for. challenger.
racial factor in American life. Certainly race is not the only
I was unaware of Mr. Wheeler's until but
factor. But to deny its presence and impact is to reveal an program Sunday,
he has just gained another
regular.
incomprehension of a basic reality of our culture, namely, elected president of the Association in January of 1967.

that practically everything that happens to a Negro--positive Mr. Wilkins said both membership and income showed an

or negative--in relation to the white majority is conditionedby Increase over 1965, because effective program and activitieswere Phil OssoferEach
racial considerations.The carried out by the Association.

New York "World Journal Tribune," as do many other Wilkins felt that school officials failed to grasp the gravityof age produces its false LSD and marijuana, are being

white commentators, contends that race is not a factor. In the situation nurtured by the de facto school segregationin gods, its substitutes for the worshipped as gods of enlight-

the very next sentence the newspaper asserts: "Many col- the major urban centers. He said in 1967 the NAACP will Real Being. In ages past men enment to the mental proces-

leagues have hesitated to tangle with Powell precisely because seek (1) revision of Senate Rule 22 to make it easier to halta worshipped stones and trees, ses. What ,their adherents dc

he is not only a Negro but a professional Negro." There may filibuster; (2) full enforcement of existing civil rights probably because they felt the not realize, at least until it Is

well be some truth in this artless statement. Yet it reveals legislation and ((3) expansion of its work in the ghetto areas need to see and be able to too late, is that the forces of

starkly that in the thinking of his white critics, as in that of in an effort to improve job opportunities and housing, edu- touch the objects of their ado- evil lift men up only to drop

his Negro supporters, Powell, the Congressman,is inseparable cational and health facilities. ration. them from a higher level so
from Powell, the Negro. This kind of thinking is the sad He also cited the role of the Negro voters in the defeat of Today we find many turning that the impact may be more

result of three centuries of conditioning.Mr. George P. Mahoney, candidate for governor of Maryland who drugs and potions to carry devastating.

Powell is, among other things, an arrogant man. Arrogance oppose open-housing, and of other racist candidates; electionof them to the heights as well when one is uplifted throughas

in anyone is obnoxious. But to many white persons-- Edward W. Brooke of Massachusetts as the first Negro to veil the uncertainties of the Spirit of God, there is no

probably to most-.arrogance in Negro is not only obnoxious; U.s. Senator since Reconstruction; and of Theodore 0. the world In which they live fall at all, as long as one
it is intolerable. Hence the intensity of the white hostility to Spaulding as the first Negro Superior Court Judge of Penn- They feel the need to soar into clings tenaciously to it. One

him which, in turn, generates support from many Negroeswho sylvania; and the significant increase in the number of Ne- ecstasy at will and not at remains in the heights, even
deprecate his conduct. gores elected to state legislatures in the South as well as the whims of an unknown God unto the next world.

Yes, race is a factor--not the only consideration, of elsewhere in the nation. through Whom,because of lack i hope and pray that our
course--but nevertheless, an inescapable factor in the far- The membership of this organization in 1966 was 441,139.Are of faith, they cannot find inner younger generations will re-

reaching assault upon Adam Clayton Powell, Negro. you a member of the National Association for the peace. cognize the difference betweenIt

What Negroes seek for Mr. Powell is not that special treat- Advancement of Colored People? Is remarkable how,so often soaring with God and souring

ment traditionally accorded black Americans. What they seek AN OLD FRIEND DIES when one uses certain drugs with LSD. God keeps His pro-
for him is the same treatment accorded white congressmen. even under a doctor's orders, tnlses. The devil (our carnala

Accordingly, they demand either that he be seated the House side effect takes place. For self) lifts us up to the skies
The recent death of William
and returned to his committee chairmanship, which even his Strachan at Nassau, Baha- Instance, penicillin, that soof error only to dash us against
mas from this mundane
enemies concede he conducted productively, if erractically, and co-worker removes for time. sphere one of my friends called miracle drug, eases one the rocks of degradation far
or that his fellow white offenders be denied their seats and a some condition and aggravates anobelow.. Let us remember the
stripped of their chairmanships.This Willie was one of the best youths I have ever met. Many ther. If this is the effect when words of jesus when He was

is simple justice; anything less is injustice. years ago he found employed with Mr. Fred Armbrister, a the use of drugs is controlled, tempted: "Get thee hence Sa-
photographer on the second floor of the building at Bank
what can be expected when lay- tan for it is written thou shalt
Lane, opposite the public buildings. In those days the Bankof ,
NAACP HAD GOOD YEAR IN CIVIL RIGHTSThe men use them indiscriminaworship the Lord thy God
Nassau was just across the street from "The ,
City
recently held meeting of the National Association for tely? and Him alone shalt thou
"
the Advancement of Colored Pople, Roy Wilkins, executive Press, owned by my employer, the late Daniel S. D. Mose- Two of the false gods of today, serve." (Matt. 4:10).
ly. We occupied the first floors of the building.
director, reports 1966 as a good year for civil rights.
Some time later we stole Willie. Down he
came joining
Presiding at this meeting was Klvle Kaplan who was Bill and Ye Editor
had planned
the staff of the City Press. Willie learned the printing busi- a partnership when I returned -
elected president of the Association in January of 1967. to the
Bahamas, but I decided not to return. He suf-
ness, was a good workman, and later joined the staff of
Mr. Wilkins said both membership and income showed an fered stroke of
a paralysis some years ago and never re-
The Nassau Guardian, owned by the late Miss Mary Moseleywith
increase over 1965, because effective program and activities covered.Ye .
whom Ye Editor worked for
many years.
were carried out by the Association. Willie had a pleasing personality and was an industrious Editor has seen him on several occasions while visit-
Wilkins felt that school officials failed to grasp the gravity ing Nassau.He .
young man. He spent his extra time in an ice cream and con-
director, reports 1966 as a good year for civil rights. fectionery business at his property. W worked together untilI is survived by a dutiful wife and other relatives to

Presiding at this meeting was Kivie Kaplan who. was left the Bahamas in 1919. whom Ye Editor extends deepest,sympathy: : ", ,



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After a three week visit with her daughter, Ruby Gibson, .
Mrs. Ethel Bennett has returned to her home St. Peters- ,,1r ,.
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burg.Mrs. '
lola Frazier of Ashvllle, whose home was totally : ':
destroyed by fire three weeks ago would like her friends to J':1" 1' "
know she's located at an apartment on 59th street and 12th : .t 'I
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avenue.

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All adult volunteers in Girl Scouting--Plan now to spenda
y
work-learn-fun-day "Try It Day" at Hialeah Girl Scout :
Little House, April 1, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Advance registration I
is $1.75. Deadline is March 18.


Enjoying Miami's weather Is Georgie McClaron of Nash- ,q,.
ville, who's visiting her sister and brother-in-law, Mildred
and John Marks of Brownsville.Here .
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from Nassau and guests at the Ponce de Leon Hotel
are Gloria Grant Scott, he sister,Wllhelmlna Grant and aunt, .
Mrs. Norma Scavella. .'
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Also, Mr. Clifford Darling of Nassau is a guest at the \ '.
McAllister Hotel. Dorothy Cooper entertained the group with ;, '
cocktails and dinner at her 47th street home on Sunday.
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Edward Hunt was pleasantly surprised on Saturday, Feb.
25 on his 16th birthday, when Mom, Gloria Littlefield, hosteda
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party Jetting for down him.to Miami ahead of their spouses,Ruth Farmer Alpha- K ppaAiph Celebrates Founders Day ':,1 I ILocal '

and Betty Patrick of Detroit are escaping the blizzards of
Detroit and anxiously awaiting hubbies Charles Far- ,
Judge
members of Gamma Norway Banquet Room of each soror to continue to carry for Women. She urged the
mer and Attorney William Patrick to make their vacation
complete.Mr. Zeta Omega Chapter of Alpha Scanda House Smorgasbord, out the aspirations of the ori- members to press forward to
Kappa Alpha Sorority beganits 8515 Biscayne Boulevard.The ginal founders, and to strive attain the mark In sisterhood,
Donald Coachman of Montgomery was a recent visitorto observance of Founders' occasion marked the 59th anniversary with renewed determination to loyalty and service to all man-
Miami. Dan is the brother of Chester,Beauford and Eddie.It Day on Saturday,February 25, of the founding of be "supreme In service to all kind, and emphasized the fact f,
with an informal chat with the sorority which began on mankind." that our tasks to live depend '
was a sad Journey home for Conniestine Dillard whose the South Atlantic Regional the campus of Howard Uni- Mrs. Mayme Williams, former on change.
father was buried on Sunday. Director, Mrs. OdessaS.Nelson versity In Washington, D. C., Southeastern Regional Mrs. Carolyn Young presented -
And so it was for David Ivey who flew to New Jersey for at the beautiful home of in 1908. Preceding the lunch- Director, very ably presidedover the elegant and graciousMrs.
the burial of his sister. Sincere sympathy to both families. Mrs. Frances Chambers.On eon, the Rededication Cere- the program which included Nelson with a beautiful
Claudia Jasper was hostess to Alpha Phi Chi Sorority on Sunday, February 26th, mony was held and carriedout musical selections by gift made by a member of
Saturday at her Richmond Heights home. the members of the sorority in atmosphere of solem- Mrs.. Marsha Campbell, and the sorority, Miss Eddie Mae
held A closed luncheon In the nity and reverence inspiring Miss Cassandra Hanna. Also Wilson, ArtConsultantatDorsey -
Here from Jacksonville for a delightful weekend were Dr. appearing on the programwere High school.
and Mrs. James (Genevieve) Henderson and Dr. and Mrs. Mesdames Glrthia C. The superbly planned Founders -
Lee (Wanda) Mandel. Houseguests of Mildred Washington on Williams, Basileus for the ) Day Program was credited -
Miami Beach. Genevieve and Wanda enjoyed a day of shopping Miami chapter Blanche Dean, to the Founders' DayCom-
before James and Lee Joined them for a day at the races Gussie Dobbs, Ada DeVeaux, mittee beaded by Mrs.Marlon
(Hialeah) and Frank Sinatra's show at die Fountalnebleau. Naomi Grant, and Ida Rat- Allen and Included Mesdames

cllffe. Dorothy Edwards, Sue Fran-
Rev. Fred J. Hicks, assistant pastor of Greater Bethel Guest speaker for the obser- cis, Alice Harris, Ethel In- .
AME Church underwent surgery at Cedars, on Monday. Wy. I. TCar c ct vance ,was the Regional Director graham, Carmen Jackson,
:, t Mrs. Odessa Nelson. Betty Mears and Rosa Miller.
Scout Lydia Fields of Troop 409, Miss Elizabeth Jones J / 9< Y4 Mrs. Nelson who Is the acting
and Mrs. Edward Fields advisors, were among thse persons ,4 bead of the math and science COAST TAILORS
greeting our (Scout) Honorary National Piper, Mrs. Harry division, and head of the EAST
Karl--You and I know her as Debbie Reynolds.She Is someone Biology Department at Allen Headquarters for the '
who grew up In Girl Scouting.Today,her daughters are grow- University in Columbia, S. Well Dressed Man II t
ing up In Girl Scouting. She Is a woman who plays many rolesIn Carolina, was dynamic and '\
the course of her public and private lives. But her four entralling as she spoke on Alterations andR.mod.llng

favorite roles are those of daughter, wife, mother and Girl the theme, "Alpha Kappa Alpha FAST SERVICE
Scout leader. "Follow the Piper," Is the theme song of our Embraces the Challengesof Shouldn't your tailor b.
piper project. Ask Lydia to sing It for you. Lydia Is the the Sixties." She focusedon I EAST COAST
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwards Fields of 1035 NW 59th the Involvement of Alpha 111 NW 62 ST.
Street. Miss Reynolds Is now appearing at the world famous Kappa Alpha women In many
Eden Roc(Cafe Pompeii). s yk national projects, among them PL 8-3901 1
? being the very successful .k cuff whit. you wait
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin (Myrtle) Smith of Pittsburgh were Cleveland Job Corps Center anytime
recent visitors to our city. The Smiths are great fishermenand
enjoyed fishing at the favorite spots.
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Evelyn McIntyre, No. 381 was the winner of the Instamatic r
104 Kodak Camera kit given away on Sunday Feb. 26 by the 2' |
Febietes. HAIR DOESN'T GROW?
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James Anthony Cooper will celebrate his sixteenth birthday DANDRUFF? 0

on Saturday, March 4, with a party for friends at his Browns- ITCHY SCALP I
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Mr. and Mrs. John (Jennie) Wanza and son,John Jr. of De- Betty J. Kelly Weds
troit, were pleasant visitors to our city, as guests of James I
I and Fredericka Wanza. Another week of Florida sun was also is "El.P
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PowellMiss
shared Lauderdale.with brother, Edward Wanza and his family at Fort William T. I HERE

Betty J. Kelly of Miami of honor was dressed In an .

After four weeks In Mercy Hospital, friends of Chrlstell was married December emerald green, velvet floor- I II
(Ingraham) Roach are happy to know she's feeling better and 26, 1966, to Mr. William T. length gown, which hinted of I USE
at home. Powell of Hampton, Virginia.The winter and Christmas time.
recuperating bride Is the daughter of She carried a bouquet of pine, Nil-RAIR a

Get well wishes to Frank Hankerson and Corine Miller at Mrs. Rachel Long of 1767 NW baby carnations, mixed with I CREAM
Jackson Edward Beckwith and Rosa Harris at home. 3rd Ave. Mrs. Long, who attended red tea roses. CONDmONIMQ I
It's nice; to have Alice Harrison back at her desk after the wedding In New The groom, the best man, I
York reports that although and the bride's brother, who GUARANTEED TO HEll YOUR COMWTrWOR
ten days of Illness. there was snow on the ground, gave her away wore gray walking OR YOUR MONEY BACKNUKJUB I

Motoring down from Detroit for a visit with the family the wedding day was a clear pants and morning coats.A I
and to enjoy our balmy weather Is George Headings. He's and sunny one, and the cere- small wedding breakfastwas I IIs
guest of his uncle and aunt, George and Vera Headings. mony a simple, quietly impressive held at the bride's apart-
became the bride of Herbert Davis at a one. The couple were ment Immediately followingthe
Milligan
Betty held at St. John Baptist Church, Feb. 19th. married at St. Stephen of Hun- wedding, for the family highly-medicated to help retarded hair growth I
ceremony
Catholic Church with and Intimate friends. After a
gary I
MORE CHAT'mRGeorge Wilkinson Jr. and grandsonLawrence of New York guests numbering fifty or so. four day honeymoon, the bride Bond give you, fast relief of Dandruff, Itch/ Scalp

City are visiting the George Wilkinson Sr.'s of 69th Terrace The bride's wedding gown and groom returned to their and Falling Hair. Ask for It at your favorite
was a simple, white brocade new apartment In New York
of
Albert (Virgie) Tresvants Opa-locka.
and Mrs.the Nathaniel Strachan, Jr. (Leola) surprised her hubby with Inlaid floral design, high where a cocktail party was I| beauty salon or drug store.A I
25th. Famillj sllghly scooped neckline, and held for about fifty of their
his natal day February
with a birthday party on Three Month Supply Only $1.50THE
and friends gathered for a grand time and had lots of fun. large bow tapering to the floor friends on December 30th. I
entertaining was the complete "surprise action" of the in the back. The gown held The couple now reside at '
Most
his brother Eugene until special meaning for the bride, 365 West 22nd St. Apt. 2B, II t.li.TEM'p'CE 1'r50'1
of honor. He was kept away by
guest '
the final hour. since It had previously been New York City. Mr. Powell; II I jiIi"L .._. -
Hospital. worn by two of her very close Is working on a sociology
at Hialeah
Cyril Poltler and Kermit Pettier are college friends, the last of degree at Fordham Univer- LARGE NU-KAIR I

and Mrs. John(Pearl) Thornton of New York City are whom was married In Paris, sity. Mrs. Powell Is chairman I $U4AIR 7U'/ 98
Mr. of Mrs. Robert Wilson and Amanda Franklin. France. The brido carried a of the French Department at CREAM PRESS '/ BERGAMOT !J

houseguest Plecile Wells made a weekend trip to ..Jacksonville .to bouquet of white roses with; a, the Cathedral High School for 6 _r.r.r rwar...r ...
visit her ailing mother, Mrs. Plecile Bowers. touch of English Ivy.The maid Girls.


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Where does Adam Clayton Powell Stand? House sentiment
SCHOOL SCOOPS showed that a majority of its members would seat Powell By ALBERT W. COOKE

Parents of Richmond'Heights Junior High School freshmenmet then censure him with tough penalties..Would Powell's INCOME TAXIt
with their counselors at the' February 25 meeting to troubles end with the House action? The Justice Departmentis
discuss the Importance of testing, the parents' role in edu- now looking into the records for any criminal violationsin Is sickening to see someone sitting In a public place or
cation, and the future for ninth graders. Parents and coun- Powell's use of Congressional funds. If Powell passes the a makeshift office that is poorly located in the midst of
selors were entertained by freshmen chorus members. showdown vote and wins his seat (almost a sure bet) will some store getting his income tax filled. To me, It does not
he accept the, conditions of "losing his seniority, being make sense that someone should expose his personal busi-
AROUND OUR PARKSThe censured" and paying back $40,000 in a two-year period? ness In such a way. When a person does someone's Incometax
Richmond-Perrine Track Team, organized throughthe The House Republicans do not agree with the committee's return, they should do It in a private place.
Richmond and West Perrine Parks, and R. R. Moton findings, and would rather Powell lose his seat completelyThe The atmosphere should be such that the tax customer
Elementary school, Is appearing In countywide track meets Black Power vote (meaning the election day Negro could discuss all of the things that would affect his tax re-
and the Girls Team has snagged second place in Its first vote) will help the Demos and Republicans alike to recon- turn. I don't see how one can very well do this sitting out In
two meets and set Gold Coast and national records. Robin sider--that to hurt Powell could hurt their chances on the open. Surely, the situation cannot be a comfortable one.
Holton finished the 220 yard dash In 31.5 seconds and anchored Election Day. Thus Adam Clayton Powell (the man with the There was a time when the Income tax consultant, with a
her Bantam (9 and under) to a new record. Sharon silver spoon will again move up... But Mr. Powell must card table in a grocery store, was a necessity. That day has
Smith set a Gold Coast record by making the 100 yard dash not push his chances again, because of his lost prestige. passed. Our standards of living are much much Improved.
in 12.8 seconds. 17 year-old Gwen Willis set a new high- Powell Leans On General Principle--Not On Prestige.-- When April 15 has come and gone, so has the income tax
jump record In the Women's Division with her leap of 4 feet Powell held his seat In Congress for 22 years. Now they probe man along with his card table. Can you find him? No, sup-
10 1/2 Inches. The Boys Team competed in the Run-for-Fun his fitness to sit in the 90th Congress. The House bypassed pose he "goofed" up your return. By the time you have
Track meet at the University of Miami on February 25. legality of Powell's residence. (He doesn't live in New found out that he goofed up your return is he there? Has he
At present teens can play In the basketball cycle at the York State). folded his card table and left the scene?
park. Rep. Claude Pepper of Florida, a Powell stumbling block.. How do you know that the man Is qualified to do tax returns.
Tap, ballet, and baton are offered also. Yvette Marjorie Powell(poweU's Puerto Rican born wife)With Isn't It a big assumption to assume that the man is qualified?
Baseball and softball teams are being organized for all her "I love my husband" act of sympathy, "he Is the fatherof You might say that he works for a company. So what? He sits
age levels. For further 'information contact Mr.E. W. Cam my child, that left us and won't come home," but give there making a big impression that he knows what he is doing.So .
bridge. him back his job with our U.s. Government, even thoughhe what? Is he really trying to help you or is he really there
did us wrong." Yvette played on the sympathy of the merely to make money? Wouldn't it be better for you to go to
SOCIAL NOTES American housewife, which hurt Powell's prestige and someone who at least has a stationary office? Wouldn't It be
Mrs. Elizabeth Collins, president of the Miami Chapterof image as a Congressman, father and husband. Miss Corrine safer for you to go to someone that you know you'll be able
the National Council of Negro Women, Mrs. Gracie Mil Huff, was recently fired from her $19,227 a year Job as to find after April 15. Isn't it altogether fitting that we should
ler, Project director for Volunteers Unlimited, and Mrs. Powell's private secretary. (My girl Friday). find someone we know with experience.
Mayme Williams recently returned from Washington, D. C. Race Isn't Powell's Problem. --There's Bobby Baker, People, do yourself a favor, move up to quality, for times
where they convened with representatives from Danville, Pres. Johnson's former Senate Secretary, recently convictedof have changed. This Is our father's world--accept this bit of
Virginia, and Minneapolis, Minnesota to train for the Vo- criminal violations..Eugene Rodriguez, the first Puerto advice as being heaven sent. "If It were not so, I would have
lunters Unlimited program. The three day conference was Rican elected to the New York State Senate, lost his seat told you."
sponsored by the Office of Juvenile Delinquency. after his conviction on charges of perjury and attempted You pay a good price for Income tax service. Get your
Constantly on the go, Mrs. Charles Williams (Mayme) grand larceny and was sentenced to one and a half to four money's worth. Cousin.
returned on February 25, from Jacksonville where she years. He was elected to the State Senate but never served.
spoke at the annual PTA Convention.Mrs. If the Justice Department does find Powell guilty of criminal
Thomas Collins (Elizabeth), another busybee, returned vllatlons, he can be convicted..You can ren, but you can't
from Chicago, Illinois, where she aided In the plan- hide behind the black man's excuse forever..The big question SEPTIC TANK TROUBLE1'lWhen
ning of a pilot television program for mathematics education. Is, would Powell meekly submit to the indignities which
Mrs. Collins, assistant supervisor of mathematics for Dade the House has In store for him? septic tank drain begin to give you
County schools, resided at the Conrad-Hilton during her one- Bahamas Premier L. 0. Plndllng Says About Powell.--The trouble your, don't fun or curse, call us. Chapman or
day trip. publicity Involving Congressman Adam Powell's retreatin
Call NE 5.9089
Bahamas, Has tarnished the Image of the New Island Washington NW section
There's something brewing in Senior Girl Scout Troop 857.
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Natlon..If Powell should remember, "No Man Is an Island.
Members of our Troop served as hostesses for the National
Council of Negro Women, when they dedicated their new officesuite He Is only a part. Scoop Bethel saying time and tide wait 24 HOUR SERVICE
and launched project, Volunteers Unlimited. for no man. C--U--NX--WK. '

We wish to thank members of,the community for their \ 1.
cooperation and donations in making our car wash a suc- :

cess. Thanks also to Speedy, BusyBee Cashwash and Its ,
manager, Dave. The funds from this and other upcoming c"
projects will be used to send members of our Troop to the YEARS OF RESPONSIBLE
South Florida Tri-County Girl Scout Senior Conference, BUILDING THE COMMUNITYWhen SERVICE TO GRAND OPENINGThe
which will be held at the Sovereign on Miami Beach April ;.
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Sigma Alpha Chapter will High Schools respectively will
present Its Talent Hunt Program appear also. A musical group
Saturday, March 4,1967at aptly named the Step Child-
the Allapattah Junior High era will provide non compete-
School 1331 NW 46th Streetat Uve talent.They are from Kin-
3 o'clock p.m. loch Park. Also appearing will
a. This promises to be one of the be Alvenla and Mary Pittman
BY STANLEY "SWEETS" SWEETING finest groups of talent ever of Poindana Park.
9k assembled. Many of the local The program will begin at
LINE-0-TYPE High Schools are going to 3 o'clock p.m. There will
tif 3 no ends to present a winning be a fifty cents donation at I
THE LITTLE RED BOOK: Come July 28, the MusoUte contestant. Miss Marine tached.All Brothers are work-
Social Club will take a Greyhound Bus -- leaving the driving Brooks, abasoonistfromNorthwestern Ing to make this affair a
to them -- for Los Angeles and San Francisco.,It's a club- ; and Christine Sutton most successful one. The
sponsored, non-profit project that'll return ...... ... a soprano from Miami community is anxious to sup-
you to Miami after 13 pleasurable days and Jackson will vie for the op- port a program of this type
glorious nights spent on this cross-country portunity to represent Sigma therefore, a capacity crowdIs
hop. There's loads to see enroute but special .: Alpha at its District Meeting expected.The .
points of interest will include the Grand Can- 4 in West Palm Beach. winner of the Compete-
yon at sunrise, Flagstaff, Alberojuerqueand "fI": : + Miss Joyce Champion,Northwestern tlve area of the program could
Juarez, Mexico. Could you ask for more? ) r t. ; Elvis Paschal, Donald win a four year scholarshipto
Anyway, if you'd like to share the MSC's 4 ,' .<'i",'.Wf,; """ 1 Jennings, and Miss Sonja the college of Ms choiceIf
nights in Los Angeles and 2 nights in San 'w Bethel all from Miami Jackson they are able to compete
Francisco, call or contact either of these ; and Miss Allison Clark, successfully with all other
Musoliterarles and tell 'em that Sweetine i,. ''' "."J' North Dade Junior High will contestants from other chap-
sent you: Mesdames T. Aranaha ((235-1944) G.: Henry appear on the non competetive ters. Those appearing on the
(235-1238) or club prexy Marguerite Miller (635-8885). + program. The talented non competetive area of the I
Warren Welters, Holy Rede- program will receive certi '

NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Valdez Murray, the lark,continuesto emer Catholic School; Miss ficates. IJ.
chirp out soulful and melodious notes when exercising her Carol Wright, and Lawrence The public is invited to sup-
educated tonsils. She still possesses a quality of voice that Wright of Kllllan and Palmetto port this worthwhile program.
has followed her to the top since her Junior high school daysat ,'I
Dorsey. They have tagged Lena Home's granddaughter,
Jenny. North Dade Junior High to get new trophy case FASHION SHOW AND BANQUET ,
Alfred Strachan moved into new home. British kids doing b
post-grad work in American colleges and universities so that The Phyllis Wheatley Art hers of federated clubs are
they can get work here. Coach Traz Powell's twin Danny and Social Club is presentrequested to attend. This is
visiting home from Manhattan. More Northwest area residents ing a Fashion Show and Ban- the club's one big effort for 'I
to shudder when notified that the City of Miami wants quet at Skylark Room, Bischarity,
their property. cayne Terrace Hotel, March Mrs. W. Sands is president17th
SALT WATER TAFFY: Opa-locka home-owners complaining at 8 p.m. A gala affair and Mrs. Mildred Monroe is
about too-high light bills. Several phone calls to head- Is planned. Friends memfashion promoter.
Bunny Ro2 Lynde first
Negro bunny at Miami's
quarters brought a discovery of faulty meter reading. Authorities I
apologized with promises to have re-reading. Playboy Club, will spend her next four months at the
Reason: New Cuban employee read the meters. Hialeah Playboy Club in Jamaica. The popular and personableRox
Park mutuels hurt by Bahamas gambling Heavyweight has mode a big hit with the local customers. And +
fighter Floyd Patterson a licensed pilot of long ago. why not?
Diahann Carroll getting loads and loads of New York critics' NEW PROVIDENCE LODGE NO. 365, PH ANew

raves with her song stylings at Persian Room Harry
Nabbie's mother in a Hialeah hospital. Senorita Carmen 15th CHILD CENTER OPENSThe Providence Lodge No. 365, PHA meetson
Doubrechet an Eastern Air Lines clerk on Collins Avenue at I
Economic Opportunity nity Center,1437 NW 2nd Ave., the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each monthat
the Beach Sign on theatre marquee: Undertaker and His
Pals. Program Inc., the agency that Florida City, Fla., and Cen- 941 NW 3rd Avenue at 8 p.m.
fights the war on poverty in ter director is Charles Williams -
THIS WEEK'S WASH: Former "Miss FAMU" Alberta Nel-
Dade County has opened its Jr. Jordan Dawkins WJL\
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son, a schoolmarm at North Dade Junior High. Marguerite
15th.Child Opportunity Center.
Morris a registered physical therapist at Jackson Memorial The Centerand directorare This'will enable another 90 Alfred Wilson, Secretory :, .,
Hospital Com. M. Athalle Range a platform guest at new
children to benefit from the
Ground Breaking ceremonies for University of Miami's Basic :
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Florida City Child OpportuRev. Child Opportunity I
program.
Sciences Building ..Carol City High's teacher of government
Ronald R. Young, Demo candidate for a House seat in Group
91, billboarded this nifty: A journey many miles starts with
the first step. ..Rev.P.D. Brantley at North Miami General

George Wilkerson down from Harlem. The late Jim- BUYING A NEW CAR ? ?
my McKinney's widow Roxie in from Hopeville, N.Y. visiting
mother-in-law Mrs. Jane McKinney The Bill Hersheys
acting silly.
STUFF AND SUCH: Invites to hit the mail boxes soon for
the Charmettes' semi-formal April 8 Dr. C. C. Hogan,
Monk Silva, Freddie Davis and Samuel Cleare down to Key _
West Patrolman and Mrs. Joseph (Bernice) Silas' \
daughter has a baby sister. The stork brought her to Mt. SR!
Sinai Hospital Feb. 20 Doris McKinney-Pittman's hub- .,

by Tommy, warned by medics to stop imbibing, underwent ftf r __
surgery at Mt. Sinai Feb. 25. Card him in Room 501. l
The Francis Delancys (she's Rosa Lee Hart) jetted to the
burial of her brother Howard in Connecticut last Saturday.He .
passed Feb. 16 Nathaniel Reeves at King's Lounge SAVE
being ogled by the female elbow benders on the rill .
Roosevelt (Cochise) Tremble sipping cocktails at Small's.
still looking like the super sleuth he is. I. C. MIcldns, for
SWEETS TREATS: Native dishes featured the Manhattan20's 17 years, the pastor of Mt.
finance with Our
YourCar
Saturday night "get-to-gether" with friends at Anna recently Olivette Baptist become Church associatedwith ; has
club vice home last weekend. Fran-
Grace Sweeting, prexy's ,
the real estate firm of
ces White is the Manhattan maids' president Bernice Seymour M. Roth, located at AUTO
Sawyer, devotedly leading her sightless spouse Bill across the 14570 NW 27th Avenue. LOAN!
busy thoroughfare of Northwest Second Avenue to their apart- Rev. Micldns is a graduate
ment-home Jackson Memorial Hospital's Service Pin of the Cecelia Brooks
Awards for 5, 10, 15, 20 and 25 years were presented recently Real Estate School, of Miami
to (5)) Thomas Bradshaw, Josie Mosley, Carrie King, Ruby Beach, and has passed Flo-
rida Real Estate commissionBoard. 1. Shop around for the car you want. Bring us the
Mae Murray, Reginald Saunders, Val Marie Gaitor, Katie .
For a good deal in
Faniel, Phillip Butler, Eugene Cole, Susie Wise, Francine residential property, commercial make, model and price
Thompson ((10) Ophelia Rolle, Henrietta Green, Frances property or vacant \.r'
Tennant (15)) Kelcena Smith, Rosa Mae Mobley, Leroy lots, contact Rev. Miclcins at 2. We'will okay your, loan quickly and with{ no red
Collier (20)) Clara Albury, Ophelia Taylor, Rosa Mae 681-3515 or 634-0500. tape. Our loan policy is very liberal we want
Brown, Willie Mae Carswell, May Dyess, Ramell Gibson, i4 make loans. ..
Leola Thompson, Hilda Harris, Annie Lee Houston, Johnnie O' .I.. a to
Lou Williams (25) Georgia Lokie. SAVE UP TO 4Q%
3. Interest can teas lowas 4%% on a new car, and

MIAMI MUSINGS: California Bill Charles, ofay organist, ON ; payments for as long as 36 monthsthe lowest .

back at Bill Harris' Satellite Lounge Albert Miller Auto Insurance 1 (l J 2 payments possible. We also make loans on used
down from Hartford, Conn Wildman Steve, the disc Liability Physical ''I cars to 5 old. .
jock, and WMBM have pf/ff ted University of Miami's Domogt I up years
"sports ambassadors" Fr. Theodore Gibson and Mays High SR 22 FilingNo
Coach Traz Powell's efforts to seduce Sarasota's star baske-
teer, Howard Porter, fizzed. The state's best basket-slinger One R.fused I LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK
of Booker High School and his coach turned thumbs down on GOOD DRIVERS I ;;
their pleas to get the much sought-after Tan athlete to register No Finance Charg. [ 1] or MIAMI
on the UM campus Local buzz-buzz among show- as little as Fir si fully Integrated bonk H lA* entire Souiktat '
folk has it that WAME is experiencing financial difficulties I right hrtt in the Editon Fmmeitl Center
Seems the station was shunned by the ABC network and has J 15% DOWN : 6013 N.W.7lh Avenue Phone 75M4J1
gone independent. That's it, brother,from your one-man- AT SHELL'S CITY I
who knows everybody and everybody's racket,but South '
newspaper ( Poor) NOW PROVIDING NEW EXTENDED BANKING HOURS
who has it that a male schoolprof who doubled parked on NW '
15th Ave. Tuesday pee emm during his lunch break was ap- PLAZA' INSURANCE Monday Tvatdoy, Wednesday, Thurtdof 9.30 om to 2 pm; Friday -30 am to 2 pn
proached by the Law for his error. The Law then pulled out AGENCYPbone and 5 pr to 8 pm. Drivln Window,," Mondoy tnru Friday 2 la S pm,' Saturdays 9 tonoo

his Metro Red Book on Mr. Hard Luck and quoted him two : 754.4951 '-.

previous misdeeds which were ignored. Result: The Law 5941 NW 7thAvenue 'v rmb.r: F.d.-ol fj...fyg SYI"am and Fadaral) Dapotlt Imutama CarpootionTHE
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By Gwendolyn Lavern Ross ?: LA,; 11t;& III

Where does Adam Clayton Powell Stand? House sentiment
SCHOOL SCOOPS showed that a majority of Its members would seat Powell By ALBERT W. COOKE

Parents of Richmond Heights Junior High School freshmenmet then censure him with tough penalties..Would Powell's
INCOME TAXIt
end with the House action? The Justice Department
with their counselors at the February 25 meeting to troubles
discuss the Importance of testing, the parents' role In edu- is now looking into the records for any criminal violations is sickening to see someone sitting In a public place or
cation, and the future for ninth graders. Parents and coun- in Powell's use of Congressional funds. If Powell passes the a makeshift office that Is poorly located In the midst of
selors were entertained by freshmen chorus members. showdown vote and wins his seat (almost a sure bet) will some store getting his Income tax filled. To me, It does not
he accept the, conditions of "losing his seniority: being make sense that someone should expose his personal busi-
AROUND OUR PARKSThe censured" and paying back $40,000 in a two-year period? ness In such a way. When a person does someone's Incometax
Richmond-Perrine Track Team, organized through The House Republicans do not agree with the committee's return, they should do it In a private place.
the Richmond and West Perrine Parks, and R. R. Moton findings, and would rather Powell lose his seat completelyThe The atmosphere should be such that the tax customer
Elementary school, is appearing in countywide track meets Black Power vote (meaning the election day Negro could discuss all of the things that would affect his tax re-
and the Girls Team has snagged second place in its first vote) will help the Demos and Republicans alike to recon- turn. I don't see how one can very well do this sitting out In
two meets and set Gold Coast and national records. Robin sider--that to hurt Powell could hurt their chances on the open. Surely, the situation cannot be a comfortable one.
Holton finished the 220 yard dash In 31.5 seconds and anchored Election Day. Thus Adam Clayton Powell (the man with the There was a time when the Income tax consultant, with a
her Bantam (9 and under) to a new record. Sharon silver spoon will again move up... But Mr. Powell must card table in a grocery store, was a necessity. That day has
Smith set a Gold Coast record by making the 100 yard dash not push his chances again, because of his lost prestige. passed. Our standards of living are much much improved.
in 12.8 seconds. 17 year-old Gwen Willis set a new high- Powell Leans On General Principle--Not On Prestige.-- When April 15 has come and gone, so has the Income tax
Jump record in the Women's Division with her leap of 4 feet Powell held his seat In Congress for 22 years. Now they probe man along with his card table. Can you find him? No, sup-
10 1/2 Inches. The Boys Team competed in the Run-for-Fun his fitness to sit In the 90th Congress. The House bypassed pose he "goofed" up your return. By the time you have
Track meet at the University of Miami on February 25. legality of Powell's residence. (He doesn't live in New found out that he goofed up your return Is he there? Has he
At present, teens can play In the basketball cycle at the York State). folded his card table and left the scene?
Dark. Rep. Claude Pepper of Florida, a Powell stumbling block.. How do you know that the man Is qualified to do tax returns.
Tap, ballet, and baton are offered also. Yvette Marjorie PowellPowell'sPuerto Rican born wife)With Isn't it a big assumption to assume that the man Is qualified?
Baseball and softball teams are being organized for all her "I love my husband" act of sympathy, "he Is the fatherof You might say that he works for a company. So what? He sits
age levels. For further 'Information contact Mr.E. W. Cam- my child, that left us and won't come home," but give there making a big Impression that he knows what he is doing.So .
bridge. him back his Job with our U.S. Government, even thoughhe what? Is he really trying to help you or is he really there
did us wrong." Yvette played on the sympathy of the merely to make money? Wouldn't it be better for you to go to
SOCIAL NOTESMrs. American housewife, which hurt Powell's prestige and someone who at least has a stationary office? Wouldn't it be
Elizabeth Collins, president of the Miami Chapterof image as a Congressman, father and husband. Miss Corrine safer for you to go to someone that you know you'll be able
the National Council of Negro Women, Mrs. Gracie Mil Huff was recently fired from her $19,227 a year job as to find after April 15. Isn't It altogether fitting that we should
ler, Project director for Volunteers Unlimited, and Mrs. Powell's private secretary. (My girl Friday). find someone we know with experience.
Mayme Williams recently returned from Washington, D. C. Race Isn't Powell's Problem. --There's Bobby Baker, People, do yourself a favor, move up to quality, for times
where they convened with representatives from Danville, Pres. Johnson's former Senate Secretary, recently convictedof have changed. This is our father's world--accept this bit of
Virginia, and Minneapolis, Minnesota to train for the Vo- criminal violations..Eugene Rodriguez, the first Puerto advice as being heaven sent. "If it were not so, I would have
lunters Unlimited program. The three day conference was Rican elected to the New York State Senate, lost his seat told you."
sponsored by the Office of Juvenile Delinquency. after his conviction on charges of perjury and attempted You pay a good price for Income tax service. Get your
Constantly on the go, Mrs. Charles Williams (Mayme) grand larceny and was sentenced to one and a half to four money's worth. Cousin.
returned on February 25, from Jacksonville where she years. He was elected to the State Senate but never served.
spoke at the annual PTA Convention.Mrs. If the Justice Department does find Powell guilty of criminal 1
Thomas Collins (Elizabeth), another busybee, returned vilatlons, he can be convicted..You can ren, but you can't
from Chicago, Illinois, where she aided in the plan- hide behind the black man's excuse forever..The big question SEPTIC TANK TROUBLE?
ning of a pilot television program for mathematics education. is, would Powell meekly submit to the Indignities which
Mrs. Collins, assistant supervisor of mathematics for Dade the House has In store for him?
County schools resided at the Conrad-Hilton When your septic tank drain begin to give you
during her one- Bahamas Premier L. 0. Pindling Says About Powell.--The
day trip. publicity involving Congressman Adam Powell's retreatin trouble, don't fuss or curse, call us. Chapman or

There's something brewing In Senior Girl Scout Troop 857. Bahamas, Has tarnished the image of the New Island Washington NW section Call NE 5.9089
Members of our Troop served as hostesses for the National Natlon..If Powell should remember, "No Man is an Island."
Council of Negro Women, when they dedicated their new of- He Is only a part. Scoop Bethel saying time and tide wait 24 HOUR SERVICEOPNNF
fice-suite and launched project, Volunteers Unlimited.We for no man. C--U--NX--WK.
wish to thank members of the community for their ..
cooperation and donations in making our car wash a suc \ "
cess. Thanks also to Speedy, BusyBee Cashwash and Its
,
,
manager, Dave. The funds from this and other upcoming '\"", ", ". "
projects will be used to send members of our Troop to the 18 YEARS OF RESPONSIBLE:
South Florida Trl-County Girl Scout Senior Conference, BUILDING SERVICE TO GRAND
which will be held at the Sovereign on Miami Beach April THE COMMUNITY "i: ,:.

21-23. When BUYING or BUILDING
The New
Mothers, are you Interested in qualified babysitting ser- CALL STANLEY
vice? If so, contact senior advisor, Barbara Hankerson at
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 3, 1967 7

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Be Presented SatinySigma

L Alpha Chapter will High Schools respectively will
present its Talent Hunt Pro- appear also. A musical group
( 4,1967 aptly named the Step Child-
w t1 3 at SAllapattah Junior High era will provide noncompete-
School 1331 NW 46th Streetat Uve talent.They are from Kin-
3 o'clock p.m. loch Park. Also appearing will
This promises to be one of the be Alvenia and Mary Pittman
BY STANLEY "SWEETS" SWEETING finest groups of talent ever of Poinciana Park.
L 4vTTri assembled. Many of the local The program will begin at
LINE-O-TYPE High Schools are going to 3 o'clock p.m. There will
no ends to present a winning be a fifty cents donation at- I
THE LITTLE RED BOOK: Come July 28, the Musolite contestant. Miss Maxine tached.All Brothers are workIng -
Social Club will take a Greyhound Bus -- leaving the driving Brooks, a basoonist from Nor- to make this affair a
to them -:- for Los Angeles and San Francisco,It's a club- western; and Christine Sutton most successful one. The
sponsored, non-profit project that'll return _. a soprano from Miami community is anxious to sup-
you to Miami after 13 pleasurable days and Jackson will Tie for the op- port a program of this type
glorious nights spent on this cross-country portunity to represent Sigma therefore, a capacity crowdis
hop. There's loads to see enroute but special Alpha at its District Meetingin expected.The .
points of interest will include the Grand Can- aI.'h" '; West Palm Beach. winner of the Compete-

yon at sunrise, Flagstaff, Alberquerque I.- _Miss Joyce Champion,North- live area of the program could I
Juarez, Mexico. Could you ask for more? ; western; Elvis Paschal, Don- win a four year scholarship
Anyway, if you'd like to share the MSC's 4 -. ald Jennings, and Miss Sonja to the college of his choiceif
nights in Los Angeles and 2 nights in San Bethel all from Miami Jack- they are able to compete
Francisco, call or contact either of these \' ... son; and Miss Allison Clark, successfully with all other I
Musoliteraries and tell 'em that Sweeting North Dade Junior High will contestants from other chap-
sent you: Mesdames T. Aranaha (235-1944) G. Henry appear on the non competetive ters. Those appearing on the
(235-1238)) or club prexy Marguerite Miller (635-8885)). program. The talented non competetlve area of the
Warren Welters, Holy Rede- program will receive certi-
NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Valdez Murray, the lark,continues emer Catholic School; Miss ficates.
to chirp out soulful and melodious notes when exercising her Carol Wright, and Lawrence The public is invited to sup-
educated tonsils. She still possesses a quality of voice that Wright of Killian and Palmetto port this worthwhile program.
has followed her to the top since her Junior high school daysat \
Dorsey. They have tagged Lena Home's granddaughter,
Jenny. North Dade Junior High to get new trophy case. FASHION SHOW AND BANQUETThe
Alfred Strachan moved into new home. British kids doing
post-grad work in American colleges and universities so that Phyllis Wheatley Art bers of federated clubs are
they can get work here. Coach Traz Powell's twin Danny and Social Club Is presentrequested to attend. This is
visiting home from Manhattan. More Northwest area residents jog a Fashion Show and Banthe club's one big effort for '
to shudder when notified that the City of Miami wants quet at Skylark Room, Bischarity..
their property. LBunny cayne Terrace Hotel, March Mrs. W. Sands is president17th
SALT WATER TAFFY: Opa-locka home-owners complaining at 8 p.m. A gala affair and Mrs. Mildred Monroe Isis
about too-high light bills. Several phone calls to head- Roz Lynde first planned. Friends andmemfashion promoter.
Negro bunny'at Miami's
quarters brought a discovery of faulty meter reading. Au-
thorities apologized with promises to have re-reading. Playboy Club, will spend her next four months at the
Reason: New Cuban employee read the meters. Hialeah Playboy Club in Jamaica. The popular and personable
Park mutuels hurt by Bahamas gambling Heavyweight Rox has made a big hit with the local customers. And I
fighter Floyd Patterson a licensed pilot of long ago. why not?
Diahann Carroll getting loads and loads of New York critics' NEW PROVIDENCE LODGE NO. 365, PH ANew

raves with her song stylings at Persian Room Harry
Nabbie's mother in a Hialeah hospital. Senorita Carmen 15th CHILD CENTER OPENSThe Providence Lodge No. 365, PHA meetson
Doubrechet an Eastern Air Lines clerk on Collins Avenue at
the Beach Sign on theatre marquee: Undertaker and His Economic Opportunity pity Center,1437 NW 2nd Ave., the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each monthat
Pals. Program Inc., the agency that Florida City, Fla.,- and Cen- 941 NW 3rd Avenue at 8 p.m.
fights the war on poverty in ter director Is Charles Williams -
THIS WEEK'S WASH Former "Miss FAMU" Alberta Nel-
: Dade County, has opened its Jr. Jordan Dawkins, W.t.\.
Junior .
son, a schoolmarm at North Dade High. Marguerite
Morris a registered physical therapist at Jackson Memorial 15th Child Opportunity Center. Alfred Wilson, Secretor; 4I
This ;)
The new Centerand directorare will enable another 90 y
Hospital Com. M. Athalie Range a platform guest at
children to benefit from the
Ground Breaking ceremonies for University of Miami's Basic :
Florida City Child OpportuJEE- Child Opportunity program. I
teacher of
Sciences Building Carol City High's government
Ronald R. Young, Demo candidate for a House seat in Group
91, blllboarded this nifty: A journey many miles starts with
the first step. ..Rev.P.D. Brantley at North Miami General
George Wilkerson down from Harlem. The late Jim- ,
my McKinney's widow Roxie in from Hopevllle, N.Y. visiting ,1
mother-in-law Mrs. Jane McKinney. The Bill Hersheys
acting silly.
STUFF AND SUCH: Invites to hit the mail boxes soon for 11 't
the Charmettes' semi-formal April 8 Dr. C. C. Hogan,
Monk Silva, Freddie Davis and Samuel Cleare down to Key
West Patrolman and Mrs. Joseph (Bernice) Silas'
daughter has a baby sister. The stork brought her to Mt.
Sinai Hospital Feb. 20.( Doris McKinney-Pittman's hub-
by Tommy, warned by medics to stop imbibing, underwent
surgery at Mt. Sinai Feb. 25. Card him in Room 501. :
The Francis Delancys (she's Rosa Lee Hart) jetted to the
burial of her brother Howard in Connecticut last Saturday.He .
passed Feb. 16 Nathaniel Reeves at King's Lounge
being ogled by the female elbow benders on the rail .
Roosevelt (Cochise) Tremble, sipping cocktails at Small's,
still looking like the super sleuth he is. Rev. I. C. Mlcklns, for
SWEETS TREATS: Native dishes featured the Manhattan20's 17 years, the pastor of Mt.
finance Your Car with Our
Saturday night "get-to-gether" with friends at Anna recently Olivette Baptist become Church associatedwith ; has

Grace Sweeting, club vice prexy's home, last weekend. Fran- the real estate firm of
ces White is the Manhattan maids' president Bernice Seymour M. Roth, located at
Sawyer, devotedly leading her sightless spouse Bill across the 14570 NW 27th Avenue. AUTO LOAN!
busy thoroughfare of Northwest Second Avenue to their apart- Rev. Mickins is a graduate -
ment-home Jackson Memorial Hospital's Service Pin of the Cecelia Brooks
Awards for 5,10,15,20 and 25 years were presented recently Real Estate School, of Miami I
Beach, and has Flo-
to ((5) Thomas Bradshaw, Josie Mosley, Carrie King, Ruby passed
rida Real Estate commissionBoard. 1. Shop around fur the car you want. Bring us the
Mae Murray, Reginald Saunders, Val Marie Gaitor, Katie .
For a good deal in
Faniel, Phillip Butler, Eugene Cole, Susie Wise, Francine residential property, commercial I : make, model and price
Thompson ((10) Ophelia Rolle, Henrietta Green, Frances property or vacant I 'r
Tennant ((15) Kelcena Smith, Rosa Mae Mobley, Leroy lots, contact Rev. Mickins at 2. We will okay your loan quickly and wjth; no red
Collier (20) Clara Albury, Ophelia Taylor, Rosa Mae 681-3515 or 6340500. tape. Our loan policy is very liberal we want
Brown, Willie Mae Carswell, May Dyess, Ramell Gibson, make loans. '
Leola Thompson, Hilda Harris, Annie Lee Houston, Johnnie to
Lou Williams (25) Georgia Lokie. SAVE UP TO 40% 'j
3. Interest can bees lowas 4%% on a new car, and
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MIAMI MUSINGS: California Bill Charles, ofay organist, oN payments for as long as 36 monthsthe lowest

back at Bill Harris' Satellite Lounge Albert Miller Auto Insurance //I J payments possible. We also make loans on used
down from Hartford, Conn Wlldman Steve, the disc Liability Physical I 5 old. .
cars to
Jock, and WMBM have pffffted University of Miami's"sports Damage up years
ambassadors" Fr. Theodore Gibson and Mays High SR 22 FilingNo

Coach, Howard Traz Powell's Porter,efforts fizzed.to The seduce state's Sarasota'sstarbasketeer best basket-slinger- Out Rtfcstd I LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK
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of Booker High School and his coach turned thumbs down on GOOD DRIVERS I r
their pleas to get the much sought-after Tan athlete to register No Finance Charge [ 1] or MIAMI
on the UM campus. Local buzz-buzz among show- as little as firs fully Integrated bank ui the tmirt Sotakeatl
it that WAME is experiencing financial difficulties. I
folk has right here In the Edison Financial Center
% DOWNAT I
Seems the station was shunned by the ABC network and has J5 .
6013 N.W. 7lh Avtnw Ph.M 7594431NOW
gone independent. That's it, brother,from your one-man- SHELL'S CITY i
newspaper, who knows everybody and everybody's racket,but (South Poor)} PROVIDING NEW EXTENDED BANKING HOURS
who has it that a male schoolprof who doubled parked on NW
PLAZA INSURANCE Thursday 9.30 am to 2 Fridays 9:30 am to 2 p..
,
15th Ave. Tuesday pee emm during his lunch break was approached Monday Tuesday Wednesday pm;
by the Law for his error. The Law then pulled out AGENCY and; 5 fr to 9 pm. Drive-In Window" 'op,n Monday thru Friday 2 lo 5 pm,' Saturday 9 to

his Metro Red Book on Mr. Hard Luck and quoted him two Phone:754-4951 too.

previous misdeeds which were ignored. Result: The Law 5941 7rh-' Avenue -Mambori Fedt'ol Reserve System and Federal Deposit 'Insurance CorporationI
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Lady Justice wears a blindfold and I think she wears It because '"
she does not want to see what really happens In our
courts and jails. We recently had the occasion to watch this I
Justice in action. A young man, who had a misunderstanding
with his "ex" on alimony payments, was hauled into court on
an extradition to one state where he had never been. (the
Mrs. Ex had moved from their previous state of residence.) Attractive Mrs. Margie Mc-
The lawyer advised this young man that since he had not been Cray Is another contestantwho
to that state, he could not be extradited. There had been no Is vying for the Phi Beta rt.u
violation in that state, as far as lawwas concerned. so he Sigma Sweetheart title. The r
went to court on this assumption, alone, having been out on proceeds from this effort is p
bond waiting an answer from that state.He was sent to our new for scholarship purposes.Rho
County Jail WITHOUT BOND, from the Justice of Peace, to be Sigma Chapter of Phi Beta I
brought before the Judge. Sigma Fraternity would like
for you to help Mrs. McCrayand
all other contestants who
This young man spent three days in our new county Jail !
are compdting in the contest. ....
waiting to be seen by the Judge. He slept on the floor of the ---------- -- -- - -'-"" -

"downstairs waiting room" because someone forgot he was March The contest will. climax on TENNESSEE A&l RECEIVES SCOTT TROPHY The W.. A. Scott, /II/, Memorial
there. Then he was sent upstairs to a "room for six" in 25,1967.Nassau +
Trophy has gone to Tennessee A&l University, 1966 Negro /Intercollegiate/ / football !
which there
were twelve There
he
persons. slept on the floor
until he was eventually given a mattress (which was placedon champion. The coveted trophy, sponsored by the Coca-Cola Company, was re- \
the floor) and sandwiches from the hands of the Jailers. ceived by the Nashville institution on the occasion of the 32nd annual All-Sports j
My point is that this young man was kept, without bond, away Jamboree of The 100% Wrong Club, Atnalta/ Ga. Above A&l's head football coach,
from his Job, for three days WAITING FOR A JUDGE. Is it John H. Meritt, second from right, and his star quarterback, Eldridge Dickey, third
justice when a person charged with murder can be releasedon ''from left, 100% player-of-the year, collect their trophy during ceremonies at Atlanta's
bond and enjoy all the "fruits of life" when a poor man Marriott Motor Hotel. Seen; from left, are banquet speaker Fran Torkenton Minne-
jailed on a minor offense must forfeit his job and freedom?
sota Vikings quarterback and marketing representative for Coca-Cola, W. A.Scott,
He also told of has
who been in
us a man that cell for three
//II//, Atlanta Daily World, whose father is memorialized by the trophy, Mr. Dickey ,
months waiting for a Judge. He is of Latin extract, speaks .
Dr. A. Thompson, 100% Wrong Club president Mr. Merritt and Charles W. Adams
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poor English, with no money or friends, and feels that he has F "
been forgotten. This man was charged with'a minor offense, senior vice president, The Coca-Cola Company. A&l won all of its ten games in
also. It seems that the conditions are deplorable in our 1966, including the post-season Grantland Rice Bowl encounter in which defeated

"beautiful, new County jail." And if SNICK or some of these Muskingum College/ of Ohio by a score of 34 to 7. Previous y the Scott trophy hod ,
other organizations would think of mankind instead of"color" been retired by Prone; View A&M College, Texas and Florida A&M
they might be able to do something worthwhile. Somebody University,
should. Tallahassee. The award was inaugurated_ The Coca-Cola Company in 1953. '


Slappy White, the comedian that all Miami digs,appeared at Clyde KUlens will 'TINGOD'OF !p
the James Club last weekend.For his opening night, just about present his always popular FDR JEWS
every big name that was in town went to see him. There was 15th annual "Night in Nassau" was and is LOLA & HAROLD
Arthur Prysock and his brother,Red.There was male vocalist, Sunday night, March 12th from sible for Communisms'respon
Welcome
Jimmy Randolph Lonnie Sattin Jeff Addams Medina You To
Carney, 9 until? soon-to-be schemeful
Joe Black (baseball player), lush Sayles, and some Miamians Cook at home and bring your
we haven't seen out in a while.WMBM's Butterball was emcee. Bahamian baskets with you. take-over here! Read"TheLandThatWas" MUSICANA BAR
Butterball called Arthur, Lonnie and Jimmy up to do a number
and of course they had to sing"Fly Me to the Moon" and they Call the Island Club FR 3- Send $1.00 for 500 NW 54 STREET ,
. wound up like' the Andrew Sisters. After the kidding, Arthur 3488 and make your reserva- your co "' /
[\ got down to the "nitty-gritty" and killed them with "I Worry tions no willAdmission!!! py t c M. S. P. 0. Box PHONE: 751-9172

About You." Brother Red cut in and sang the second chorus, : A d v a n c e$1.75, 509, Miami, Flo., Come in and feel at home.
and he sounds good. Both are great. Next comes Slappy. No at door $2.00. 33101. A must for all Under New Management
need to say how funny he was. He'd make Ned Sparks laugh. Christians!
Ned's been dead for year.


PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Annie Kate Carey leave the airways with his daily show, but will do a Saturday
PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Jesus Lopez (EOPI) show on WMBM. I have not confirmed this, but as I said, it
GOLFER OF THE WEEK: Jimmy Randolph is a rumor and this town is full of those Anne Campbell ,
named her baby girl Infanta Marie, for Sister Maria Infantaof
Speaking of golf, Robert Stevens, better known as "Big- the Brownsville Day Care Center .. Milt Trenier and KNIGHT BEAT
gun," hit a nine Iron on the 8th hole at LeJeune Golf Coursefor MicY Lynn are back at the Kings Inn In Freeport. They makeIt ,
his hole-in-one. This probably means nothing to those of every year about this time for a month. That band they ;'(. NIGHTLY IN THE SIR JOHN HOTEL '
you who don't play golf, but when you hit that ball just right have with them is one of the greatest and Mickey is not only ; ;
and see it roll on the green and go In the cup from your first pretty, she can sing! Really sing!Joe D'Orio Is their guitarist.
shot, you've had itl! Millions of golfers play all of their lives, He 'plays guitar with one hand and plays trumpet with the i
and never get a hole-in-one. I know how he feels about that, other (at the same time) Slappy White Is making a break IN PERSON TONIGHT THURSDAY
because I had my first eagle a few weeks ago, and thought I Into the Miami Beach hotels next week Time is drawing ii
had done something. (That's three shots on a five shot hole, nigh for Clyde Killens' Night In Nassau on the 12th of CAROL FRAN
for you non-golfers). While on the subject,the National Base- March. Don't forget to bring your own peas and rice, chile .
ball Golf Tournament last week was a great success. I had a The Knight Beat has a new policy under their new management -
hot round of 76, and didn't expect to win a thing. Won first They are open six nights a week, closing on Mon- ; MONA LISA
place in the Press Division however. This was the first timea days. Friday nite is Ladies Night. Thursday nightis Wildman
Negro represented the news media in this 27-year-old invitational Steve Night, Tuesday night Is Celebrity Night, Friday and
tournament, not because the doors were not open, Saturday of this week, Carol Fran will star and on Sunday ; STEINWAYSHELENE
but because we do not take the time to learn to do the things Night, Roy Hamilton will turn you on. We think you'll like
that have been denied us so long. The changes that are madein the changes in policy at the Knight Beat, try it. Arthur
our way of life, must be met head-on. Thedoor, is open, so and Red Prysock will appear at the Cat & Fiddle in Nassau I ii: SMITH
we must step through. But, what can you do when we're still next week Dragged Dr. Penn up to "My Place" Monday
riding on the back of the bus? It was an honor to be invited to night, and as we were leaving a young man was kissing his ,.
participate in this tournament (by Lew Price, director of the girl outside the door. He looked'up and said, "Gee, I thoughtyou Fri.
City of Miami Publicity Department, and Vice Mayor Steve were Adam Clayton Powell." Dr. casually said, "Keepthe
Clark). My playing partners were Augie Burgams, formerlyof faith, baby," and keep walking The Dave Akins Trio OTIS
the St. Louis Cardinals; Houston Crosley, owner of the Ira Sullivan Four and Mickey Carol Trio are keeping things CLAYSHOW
Cincinatti Reds; and Joe Pickens, an executive of the Chrys- humming at the Rancher. Of course, Etta Cameron is still
ler Corporation. Mayme had to re-arrange the furniture for singing and Alan Rock is broadcasting nightly from there :
my plaque. Had a letter from Clea Bradford. She is swinging at ,

the Playboy Club in Kansas City, Mo. Another week, and ,.., .
Clubs come and go, but the Satellite seems to go on and on. you must LIVE LIFE, EVERY GOLDEN MINUTE OF IT. >
That may sound corny, but it carries the weight of the gospel PEACEI! Sat-
truth. For the past five year, I have found it hard to find a l'' --- '
seat in this unique cocktail lounge. Bill Harris, the "con- f Wildman Steve ''Show >:
genial host" and manager, keeps the music going at a level Back Again! -
that creates an atmosphere unlike any in this part of town.It x' FEATURING ::
is always a pleasure to drop by the Satellite for a coke AND ,,'
CONVERSATION Satellite style. By the way, Bill Charles.: BY POPULAR DEMANDON Frank Williams
(Ofay organist) is back from Los Angeles and the controlsof HAMMOND ORGAN '
the Hammond organ. Any nite, you can enjoy this fine & His Racketeers .
artist at Bill Harris' Satellite Lounge. Take a tip, and make'it '
NIGHTLY 9 TIL 1 A.M

SUM
QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Did you see the National "
Airlines ad in the newspaper? A full page with all of the win- Satellite
ter paraphanalla, including long drawers and cold tablets, ROY HAMILTON
with a time table leaving Miami and one for the return trip
saying "just in case you can't take it, after all." We have Lounge t. REVUE
had some cold nights and days, but when you think of how
cold and snowy it was up :yonder, it kinds warms up up, 2 SHOWS: '
huh? We still have the best weather, anywhere. We have StBill 6:30 Matinee Show, 9:30 10:30 Until
Hiw3rAd{
brainwashed Dr. Ferdinand Penn Into staying another week or Charles '

two. He Is from Detroit, and every time be decided to go ft 7t Ave. I Admission $2.00, Adm $2.50, .?
'home, it snowed. So his wife and children are joining him
I here. Smart man Rumor has it that Wlldman Steve will

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BY EUMERGENE WOOD I

Dear Genie, Talent Hunt Demonstration sponsored by Zeta Chi Chap-
What do you do about a nosey mother? I am 17 now. ter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity to be held on Friday, March
Don't you think It is time for me to be able to receive tele- 3 at 8 p.m. at Walker Elementary School cafeteria. Entertain-
phone calls without having to elxplain. Everytime the phone ment will be by participants from three area high schools,
rings and it's for me, my mother puts me through the third Attucks, Dillard and Blanche Ely. The public Is Invited,
degree. She wants to know who it is, what they want, just all admission is free.Congratulations.
sorts of questions. I don't want to be sassy, Genie, but, I do

a Ab think that my calls are my business. "17" to Airman 3rd Class John Mann, Jr.,
Dear "17"It son of Mrs. Louise Mann, stationed In Okinawa Kadena Air
Force Base in recognition of his participation in the first
? In
but
certainly may be time, are you ready Age years
combat unit in the strategic air command whose stratotankerson
should have but doesn't always have any significance on the
responsibility of the being. I't true, your mother may be a bit the 6th day of December 1966 had off loaded over
inquisitive, but why? Did you once give her a reason to be sok 1,000,000,000 pounds of fuel in support of fighter and bomber
have you always been fair in the taking of your privacy? Your combat operations in Southeast Asia. Be he always held in
mother may be Just concerned about your well being. After high esteem. Airman John Mann Is the son of Mrs Louise
all, she has a responsibility to you andyour up bringing. It is Mann of 976 NW 17th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
very easy for a youngster to get on the wrong track. And one
of the prime factors in this Is the company you keep. I can The Elks Lodge will keep the community in a swinging
think of no better way to evaluate this than by the calls you mood again this weekend beginning onSaturdayniteat 10 p.m.
receive. So tell her who called. If you have nothing to hide, when the queen of Queens Social Club will spt a semi-
It won't make any difference. Will it? formal dance. '
Dear Genie, On Sunday, March 5th, the Salesman Club will sponsor a
I like this boy a whole lot, but, he Just doesn't seem to dance review of a popular show currently appearing in Miami.
know that there is such a thing as manners. How can I get The show begins at 5 p.m.
him to do better. I hate to hurt his feelings.
Recent visitors to our fair city include Mrs.Mattie D..Carter -
"Puzzled"
,
M dt ry?yt kN.,IMX+ r rt. say M1 Mrs. Zella L. Washington and Mr. and Mrs. Robinson of
Dear Puzzled, Baltimore, Maryland. The visitors were Invited to attend last
I, too, am puzzled about the manners of the young boys of weeks session of the Hungry Club at the YMCA.
today. Gone are the days when a boy helped a girl Into a car.
Pictured above are Mr. Royce Kenneth Dell and Miss Now days, the girl had better Jump in or she might get left! The public Affairs Committee will present Mrs. Margaret
Barbara Lemons who were united in matrimony Saturday And it is disgusting to see girls come to a social dance unescorted Blake Roach as guest speaker for the Hungry Club on Wednes-
12 noon, February 25 at the Mt. Bethel Baptist Church. then stand around waiting for some nice boy to ask day March 8th at 12. Mrs. Roach will speak on the subject
They will reside for a few days at the home of thebride's them to dance. Then when one does dome to ask, he's wearinga "Project Gain" (Gearing academics to Individual Needs).
hat or or he's smoking cigarett. Then of these
cap, a some For reservations, call before 4 p.m. on Tuesday, 523-2444.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Belks, 510) NW boys, believe it or not, want to dance with a girl doing these
30th Terr., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. things. Girls, I blame you. If you refused to dance with these Hard working civic and church worker Mrs. Alice Louise
After this they will take up. residence in Hartford, so-called future men, and demanded that they take another DeVeax reminded me of the Mid-Lent Green Tea sponsoredby
Conn. look at things, they might find out that they aren't so-such-a- the willing workers guild of theSt.Christophers Episcopal
The ceremony was performed by Rev. H'mer Everett, much. And how can you "Go with", I think that's the term Church on March 5th from 4 to 6 at theirch. The public Is
pastor of Mt. Bethel Baptist Church. that's used today, and "meet" him at the dance. Make him cordially invited to attend.
pick you up at home, escort you there and pay your way In.
Oh you won't have many boyfriends, but the one you have sure Zeta Rho Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority observed -
I will be something else. In other words, the only way I know Founder's Day on Sunday, February 26.
Carver I to teach your boyfriends some manners is to do it. The' Sorority worshipped with the members of St.-John

Confidential to Fedup Methodist Church at their Women's Dayprogram.An inspiring
Ranches i You need to see someone, a lawyer, a minister or maybe the message was delivered by Soror Florence Small,Roane,pro-
: family doctor. See whom you please, but, see someone, get fessor of education at Bethune Cookman College.
News ',I help for yourself, you need it and fast. If you keep taking the Rededication ceremony was held at the beautiful andplattalhome
1 treatment you are, you're going to be the one to suffer in the of Baselius Margaret Roach. After the ceremony, the -
6y Walter Bow 1I 1I I end. Either, yo're going to be badly hurt, or you're going to group enjoyed a delighted dinner at the Sweden House.
I hurt him. And believe me, it's not worth it. Life is too sweet
Star Light Lodge No. 542 and short to be as miserable as you are. The "Mountain is Coming", 5:30 p.m. at the Elks Club,
meets Friday night, March 3 712 NW 2nd Street, Ft. Lauderdale, Sunday, March 5, 1967.
at 8. Members, please be pre For an answer to what problem that you have that you The Mountain includes Down Strawn and his Afro-American
sent and on time. dare not ask even your closest friend, write Dear Genie Review from the Monte Carlo Hotel, the Frank Sullivan Mo-
today, P.'0. Box 9447, Ft. Lauderdale. dern Jazz Trio, featuring Chick Williams on drums, M. C.
The South Broward VFW Post Comedian Bill Brown, the Swinging Sounds of the Pinkston
8195 will hold Its regular Quartet with vocalist Paul Count and "Rhythm in Light"a
meeting Sunday, March 5 at 5 photographic art display by Mr. Hap Veerkamp.
p.m. All members are
urgedto
Spy Mason Kiddie Kollege Kindergarten will present a Tom Thumb
be present. Folia BoYd. is Benjamin J
commander.The Brown, Jr. son of Mr. and Mrs. Deerfield : Wedding on the third Sunday afternoon in March.ROW .
Mason Benjamin Brown, I s
Sr.
of 627 NW 10th Ct.,Hallan- Ji In f Spotlight ,
Carver Ranches Fire dale, has completed three J
Department will hold Its regular years as an x-ray techni- "
meeting Monday, March cian. A graduate of Dillard,
6 at 8 p.m. AU members, Spy Brown also attended i WRB
Florida A&M University as BY CAROLYN LAWSONThe
please be present at the Fire
Hall on 44th ave. and 21st St. well as Minneapolis Institute. community was grieved by the loss of one of its pioneer
S.W. citizens, Mrs. Rebecca Cox, on last Wednesday evenig.I .
am sure that she will be missed,especially by the membersof
Members of VFW Post No. BENTON FUNERAL HOME the Church of God, and the community. Funeral serviceswill BIG DADDY
8195 will be held on Sunday.
have their fish fry
Saturday night at 4816 Pem- Mrs. Ella Mae Moore, 1710- The Boy Scouts will sponsor the carnival on Thursday, 1470 RadioFOR
Friday, Saturday and Sunday of this week at the
Westside
broke Road. It was postponedlast 1/2 NW 6th St., Apt. 1, Ft.
Saturday because of cold' Lauderdale died Feb. 26.Survivors Park. The monies raised will help them to build a long need-
ed Boy Scout Hut.
weather. are husband, Willie;
niece, Mrs. Karene Williams, THE BESTLISTENING
Those attending the annual one sister, Mrs. Nora Dennis; IN
session of Atlantic Coast Bap- one brother Henry Lovett. La PetiteBeauty GOSPEL RHYTHM
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rev. and Mrs. E. J. Clark of
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THE' MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 3, 1967 11 ,



nCounty's ,', Carver YMCAActivities L I JPl' Legal Services 1 1J I


| Sport Scene "
I IRWIN S. FUTERFAS, CENTER ATTORNEYIt
I The Kick-Oft for the Carver
BY NATHANIEL WILKERSON .\ YMCA Annual MembershipDrive Is often difficult to get those in the poverty group,
got under way on Thurs- particularly among Negroes, to take authoritatively recommended -
day night with Atty.Jesse Mc- overt action which will be of benefit to them. Whe-
1
What happend to the golf fame that was scheduled by the IJ I, crary, the membership chair- ther their reluctance to act Is due to past experiences and
gruesome foursome last Sunday morning? It's hard to believe i1'P" man presiding. Atty.McCrary training, present Inclinations, or other factors is not for us
that the cool weather cancelled it. I certainly hope n ; is one of our young attorneysof to determine; it Is however, our duty to attempt to assist
it is warm enough next Sunday so that J.L.H., R.M.S and I : this city. He is a dynamic these persons out of the unhealthy, depressing condition in
E.K. can push those covers back. I, being the fat boy of I! J speaker and he not only speaks which most find themselves.
the group, probably can stand the cool weather better but backs up his words with Many clients have complained about the housing situation; I
than those "Rails," missed my chance to get even. BOV was I action. He will do great things particularly life in the apartment buildings--rental and gene-

I reaky. See you next Sunday,fellows, and will I be praying) [ Deborah Patridge Wolfe for' Carver YMCA, but he ral conditions therein. It has been suggested that, considering -
Dr.
for cool weather. for can't do it alone. That is the weekly rentals paid by these persons, they could
will be the guest speaker where we fit In. Let's give better their housing situation by moving into one of the se-

Now that the Ynakees are in town, it won't be long before the Zeta Phi their Beta Finer Sorority Wo-, Atty. McCrary the help he veral thousand vacant homes scattered around Dade County.A .

the old "Play Ball" yell fills the air. This season should manhood culminating Week activities at needs. Join the Carver YMCA, weekly rental of ,$25.00 or slightly more than $100.00per

prove to be an esciting one. The National League should set the Greater New Mt. Olive and when you do, you are month, will pay the monthly rental, or mortgage payments -'
another attendance record, and with the Ynakees in the mid- Church Sunday helping the children of the on many homes. By so renting, usually more room
dle of a rebuilding program, the American League should bea March Baptist 5 at 3 Ft. Lau-, community. Just keep your is acquired, together with the other advantages of home liv
little more Interesting. p.m., memberships coming in. ing. By buying, one also accumulates an equity or interest in I
derdale. the property, which ultimately could become a large asset.
After lassoing the L.A. Dodgers last fall, the Baltimore Persons Interested in the possibility of acquiring homes
Orioles may be sitting ducks for teams such as Minnesota, JFK SQUADRON should discuss the same with governmental agencies, such as
Detroit and Chicago White Sox. If a good four or five team the FHA or VA, who have many homes available, real estate I

battle emerges in the American League, baseball has a good In late 1942, Civil Air Pa- firms handling such properties, ,or their attorney.The .
chance of replacing football as the "National Pastime." trol organized a programto question of job betterment and salary increase Is ,
Knowing that the National League, with a ding-dongbattle being train American Teenagersin another large area of concernment.Employment advances can j
fought by every team with exception of the New York the world of aviation. Now, be made if the individuals will make proper application to i
Mets, Chicago Cubs and Houston, will be cutting throatsin the training is for the new the requirements thereof. Certain types of jobs require par-
their traditional fashion, It will be hard to tell which of space age. In Florida, over ticular training--often years of college, beyond the ability, \

the seven teams will wind-up on top of the heap. But to get .... three thousand teenagers are financial and otherwise, of many persons; however, in other
my two-cents worth in, I'm looking for the Twins and Giantsto ,r .: proud members of civil air positions, advancement can be made by means within the
end up in the World Series. No bets being taken yeUI!! l ,i patrol. scope of the 'average Individual. One should make Inquiryof

iI I If you are between the ages his employer as to the additional qualifications so needed,

BIRTHDAY PARTY I of 13 and 18, you may be and attempt to obtain these. There should not be any reluc-
: tance or hestiancy regarding the attempt to better oneself In
eligible. Call Lt. Wilcox
All boys and girls born In January and February attending i ,
Sundland Playground celebrated their birthday on Friday afternoon ..." ...,. '" ..n_... .. Thursday, 7:30 p.m. at FR 7- his present position, or In making application for employment J
2536. For further Information to any business for any position for which the applicant feels
,
approximately 200 boys and girls participated.Twelveof PIONEER DEERFIELD contact: Cadet M/Sgt. Henry reasonably well qualified, or could so become with a minimum
those celebrating baked birthday cakes for the party In their amount of time and effort.
Rutledge and Cadet S/Sgt.
honor. Some of those honored were Jo Ann Striggles Mary RESIDENT DIES,
Bernice Ash at Booker T. Facts and statistics show that while Negroes comprise about
Hunt, Patricia Hunt, Maxine Randell, Connie Collier, Darryl Mrs. Rebecca Cox of 229 20% of the population of the U.s., and incidently their per-
Bowens, Jackie Shellman, Marie Gavan,Ruthie Mae Williams, SW 2nd Ave., Deerfield Bch. Washington Sr. High School. centage of poverty members are much higher, there is not I
Samuel Hall Mary McKlnny Debra Williams Lorine John- Cadet S/Sgt. Frederick Bloomat
died Feb. 23rd at the Bethesda the same percentage of distribution, employment wise,
son and Regina Morton. This week event will be Indian Miami Central High school
.special Hospital of Boynton Beach. throughout businesses countrywide. Thus while 1 In 5 personsIs I
Tribal Day. Mrs. Cox had been a resident ker and Cadet/Basic Willene Ad- a Negro, many firms employing several times that num- I
at Miami
of Deerfield for 40 years.Before Edison. ber are without any Negro employees,or the Negro employeesare
HORSE SHOE PITCHING CLUB this time, she lived, in Join J. F. Kennedy cadet at the bottom of the"employment ladder"In the company.To .
squadron now!!
Pompano Beach and Nassau be fairly distributed accordingly to population firm with
,
AUult men and women, 25 and over are asked to come to Bahamas.She 100 employees would accordingly have to employ approximately -

out to Sunland Park Athletics to participate In horse shoe Is survived by her hus- 20 Negroes, and these would have to be likewise proportionately -
starting Monday March 6. Some of the activitiesthat
pitching, distributed the
throughout
band Jeremiah company.
seven sons '
"
will be conducted are Men and Women Singles, Men and ,seven daughters; Mrs. ((1)4"\ Great effort on the part of all interested parties will be
and Women doubles and. Buddy teams. Plan to register nowt! )
Daisy Edcomb, Mrs. Isolena i" '. necessary in order to obtain more equitable job Involvement,

LEROY ,MACKEY DART THROWING CHAMPSLeroy Newchurch and Rev., LeopoldD. Y,Ii' with the naturally resulting effects on the economic and sociological -
Cox of Nassau Bahamas factors involved. *
Dillard .,
sixth grade student at Elementary
Mackey,
Mrs. Amy M. Pratt Mrs.
school out pointed ten opponents last week as he totaled 139 ,
Gloria Mrs. Julia
Seymore
,
points in four rounds. Mackey edged pass Curtis Lockhartwho
Finley, Mr. William Cox of
accumulated 138 points. Miami Beach, Mrs. Florence

Dart throwing tournaments are held at Dillard playgroundeach Hamilton, Mrs. Inorrls Poi- JohnBegg ir I

Monday at 3 p.m. A total of twelve arrows are thrown by tier, Mr. Benjamin Cox, Jr.
Sal venis Cox of Deerfield Bch
This ,
each contestant with three arrows per round. activityis
Mr. Jeremiah Cox, Jr. of ,
used as a lead up to skill in archery.
Other contestants competing with Leroy Mackey were: CambridgeMaryland, Mr. n
Ezekiel L. Cox and Mr. Tim-
Kenneth Covin, Vernon Sanders, Mickie Nellons, Charles

Wilkins, Brister Wimbs, John Davis, Curtis Dupree, Bonnie mer children Cox of, 113 Brooklyn great-grand-New '_dd __ ___ _._.__._._ __ "
Francis and Anthony Sears.
children. Other relatives. Funeral SAN ANTONIOAirman

Before closing shop, I would like to remind everyone that services will be held on Charlie L. Gooseby, whose I Il
the basketball season has not ended and for the next two Sunday, March 5 at 12 noon, : parents live at 6805 NW lOtt l
at the Church of God of Deer- Ct., has been selected foi II
The dis-
Dillard
weeks, they will be dunking them in gym.
field Beach. Rev. E. M. Par- technical training at Ft. Lee
,
trict first and then the state, for the last Negro state cham-
ris will officiate and Poltier Va. as a U.s. Air Force food I
pion. Funeral Home Is directing. service specialist.He .

will be trained at one
NOTICE of the educational facilities -
many "f .wr rtl lK
Clubs organizations and Oakland Park NewsBY used by the Air Train- .,
" churches with pictures, ing Command to provide the ..f.
new or advertising forth technically trained personnelfor
Broward County Sec- JENLYN L. FREEMANThe the nation's aerospace
tion may submit them to: force.

GREGG HAMM
823 NW 27th TerraceFt. present of choir no. 1 of Welcome Baptist Church Airman Gooseby is a 1966
Lauderdale wishes to thank the Rev. M. C. Bryant of Deerfield, along graduate of Booker T. Washington -
Phone: 581.9525 with his members and many, many friends who took partIn High School.
His wife is the former Betty
making the Age Rally Porgram a most memorable occasion -
spiritually and financially on Sunday afternoon.The >Dugglns.ATTUCKSPTATOMEET t .

members of the Royal Assembly Church No.2,
PROFESSIONALBUSINESSMEN'S wishes to thank all churches and local singing groups who isAIYG.eCtv'7)0.7

helped them celebrate their pastor's ninth anniversary,which

COUNTRY CLUB came to a close on Sunday afternoon.

The regular monthly meet- ;.ve6pP+(,.d'7MrSN.. h5 i'v icw cans..v..c..m..f"''>t.'
ing of the PTA at Attucks
Congratulations to Mrs. Vera Mae Bell. She was elected junior-Senior High, will be
SERVING FINE FOOD third vice president of the women department of the Seaboard held on Monday, March 6,
Baptist Association in the annual meeting which was held atBethel AT 7:30 p.m. in the auditorium.Dr. .

Baptist 10 Dan1a. David J. Lehman Jr. will
2025 NW 24th AvenueFt. speak on Teenage Problemsand
Fla. To any one having news of Interest to the public In this what has been proposedto
Lauderdale, area, whether It's church, social or civic, and would like combat them. All parentsare Can a Scotch actually taste good?Ask the born-and.

to have it published in the Times, please call 566-0342 after urged to be present and bred Scotch drinkers.They've been smacking their

Guttt Members Welcome 5 p.m. to bring your children.Mr. lips over John Begg for years. Suddenly this grand

old name lion the tip ol everybody's tongue.Take a
Phone: 583-9681 The Rev. D. Cook, who Is a member of Greater New Bethel Arthur W1U1.unsispr1n- o'Begg. It's a wee bit better than the best," say
peg
in Opa-locka, will be in charge of services all day cipal and Urw S. J. Newton whose
Emmett Moss Pres. Public Is cordially Invited to die poetic Scots of their treasured John Begg,
Welcome Baptist.
l Sunday attend. at is president. taste is gentle,and whose mice is light.
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12 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, March 3 1967
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RANGE ALBERT ALLtN IrlArCL AMC

Mr. Anthony Davis of 713 Mrs. Dahlia Coney, 22100 Rev.-* F. D. Wright, pastorL.
I f CARDSMEMORIALS DEATHS I N W 2nd Avenue passed on SW 116th Ave, Goulds, died

Tuesday, February 21, 1967. Feb. 21. Services were held Macon, reporter
He is survived by Mmes. Saturday from the First Born
Church of the Living God in around
Rosa Jackson, Gladys Cajo When Sunday comes ,
IN APPRECIATIONThe CARD OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAMIn and Mrs, Francis. Funeral Goulds. Survivors are hus- do you feel tired, lazy and
I services were on Tuesday, band, Floyd; seven sons, Willie drowsy? Perhaps your prob-

family of the late family of the late Samuel loving memory of our Feb. 28 at 12 noon in the Rufus, Floyd Jr., Nelson, lem is that you need a new
Lynch of 7750 nw 14th dear husband, father and chapel. Barney, Jessie, Robert; five dose. That Is right, a new
I
I 1 I Place who departed life Feb. grandfather, daughters, Mmes.Pearlie Mae' dose of Sunday service. Allen -

w |: 16, 1967 wish to express sincere Kathleen Anita Higgs of 2350 Sandord, Gracie M. Thomas, Chapel is a wonderful
gratitude to the many NW 55th Terrace died Feb. Mary Kidd, Ida Bell Knox, place to give you this new
friends for their expressionsof 24. Survivors are her parents Alice; 43 grandchildren, seven dose. It promises to bring

sympathy. Thanks to the ; Mr. and Mrs. John Sheffield; greatgrand children, two bro- those tired, worn-

many relatives, friends and one brother, one sister, thers, five sisters. out feelings to life.
neighbors for the beautiful grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Bertha Thomas, 2126 March 5, is Communion

floral arrangements, cards, James Higgs, seven aunts, Lincoln Ave., Opa-locka, died day. This would be a great
telegrams, letters of condol- four uncles. Funeral services Feb. 23. Survivors are one son way to start your new doseof

ence, donation of cars and will be held Thursday, March Nathaniel, one sister, Mrs. service. Come in and com-
other deeds of kindness extended 2 at 11 a.m. in the chapel. Sadie Smith one brother, mune with the members of
-44. during their dark hoursof b Mack Hawkins, five nephews. Allen Chapel. Services will
distress and grief.A Charles Lathan of 880 SE Services will be held on Saturday begin at 11 a.m. By the way,

special thanks to Rev. 2nd Place, Hialeah, died on 2 p.m. at the St. Mat- this dose may change your

Henry McDowell and the Mem- 1NATHANIEL,\,,, Feb. 24. Survivors are Mrs. thew Freewill Baptist. life to happier experiences.The .
bers of the Church of the Berta Vann; his parents, Mr. Frank D. Ferguson, 14261 men of Allen Chapel
Open Door and the Range Funeral S. and Mrs. Roscoe Lathan. Funeral Polk St., Richmond Heights, would like to thank all of
Home and the staff at STRACHAN, SR. services were held on died Feb. 26. Survivors are the wonderful people who aid-
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MRS. CASHIE REBECCA Jackson Memorial Hospital. who dleparted this life March Monday, Feb. 27 at 4 O.m. in wife. Elizabeth; two sons. To- ed In making their Men's Dav

MATTHEWwho Grateful acknowlegment to 5, 1963. in the chapel ny, terry; two daughters,Da- activities a succcess. Special
Let saints earth concert
expired Feb. 8, 1967 at Florida Realty, Inc., Rainbow on zella, Helen; mother and father thanks Is given to Rev. Smith
home, 2045 NW 62nd St. Apt. Park Elementry, Nathan B. sing Edward Carter of 1131 NW Mr. and Mrs. Ronald for filling in a guest speakerfor
With those whose work is done
8, and was laid to rest Feb. Young Elementary, Douglas For all the servants of our 55th St. died Feb. 23. Funeral Ferguson; four brothers, five the morning services.
11, 1967, employ this methodto Elementary, William Jennings services were held on Tues- sisters. Services will be held Tuesday night marked the
publicly express our heart- Bryan Elementary and Bunche KingIn day, Feb. 28 at 4:30 p.m. in Saturday 2 p.m. at Second first quarterly conference for
Heav'n and earth are one.
felt thanks and appreciationshown Park Elementary. the chapel. Survivors are two Baptist Church in Richmond our members. We were happy

during the illness and nieces, Mmes.Josephine Peek Heights. to see our Presiding Elder
,
Mrs. Constance Strachan
death of our loved one. Know- CARD OF THANKSThe wife and Ctherlne House; a grand- Eugene Aldrige 119 Grand Dr. J. A. Roberts. The pas-

ing that others cared brought Children and GrandchildrenIN niece, Virginia R. Smith and Ave. No. D, died Feb. 25. tor wishes to thank the mem-

comfort and peace of mind.It family of the lateBISHOP several other relatives and Survivors are wife, Bennie bers for their wonderful re-

was a joy to receive the .. .......- DEEPAPPRECIATION friends. Mae, three sons,mother,Mrs. ports.
many cards, telegrams, flo r '" Martha Stephens.Services Saturday Still on our sick list and in
rals, various donations, cars I .:or Mrs. Ellen Jones of 1371 4:30 p.m. from the Jackson Memorial Hospital Is
and food from neighbors and NW 58th Terrace died Feb. Liberty City chapel. Sis. Fannie Gaddy.We all wish
friends. 25. Survivors are a husband. Mrs. Mandy Whisby, 3265 her a hasty recovery.
George; two children, Abby NW 47th St. Apt. 3 died Feb.
Special thanks to the follow- and Evelgina Jones; three sis- 25. Survivors are six
ing churches: St.Stephen Baptist ters, three brothers. Her remains Raymond Roosevelt Deacon sons,
Church Rev. James P. TEMPLE BAPTISTThe
k were shipped to Clax- Robert Whisby of Miami
seven -
Waldon pastor and membership j ton
Ga. on Wednesday for daughter Mmes.
of which Sister Matthewwas I final rites and burial. Mary Temole- familv will hA
of -
Lockett Macon. Ga..
Lucille
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a faithful member until back hom nday after avery

the end came; Mt. Olive Pri- Mrs. Lula Brown of 160 NW Miami Dean two, Ruth brothers Whisby of pleasant week attending

mitive Baptist Church, Rev. 11th Terrace, Apt. 2 died sister., Remains will be and a the Atlantic Coast Associationat
0. L. Nickerson, pastor, delivered Feb. 25. Survivors are a ped ship- Mt. Olivette. The Lord's
on Friday to Ma-
evening
the eulogy and was Supper will be administered
daughter Mrs.
x Lucy Brown, con, Ga. for final rites and
assisted by his members; Mt. i two sisters,Mmes.Alice Barr burial. during the morning and even-
Carmel Baptist Church, Rev. y and Woodard; one granddaughter Bruce Ing services. The choirs will
D. A. Bradley and member- Thompson, 1260 NW sing jointly.At .
Mrs. Olivia Hadley a
; 71st St.
died Feb. 25 in New
ship.- It was gratifying to be 1 brother-in-law, Mr. William York 3:30 p.m., an appreciation
CURTIS
HENRY Survivors
City.
surrounded by the ministersand Barr five are mo- program will be given in honorof
great
grandchildren. -
wishes to acknowledge with ther, Mrs. Setella Thompson
of the above Deacon
memberships Rubin
Remains will be shipped Hebpurn, director -
sincere gratitude your kind one son, Ralph, one brother
,
churches. To the managementand Thursday. March 2 toOscilla. of Choir. No. 1 and the
friends of Lincoln Fields .expressions of sympathy dur- ROBERT LEE DUNN, JR. ,I Ga. for final rites and burial.: Ronald; four sisters. Mmes. Male Chorus. All members of
Inc., 2045 NW 62nd St., Mr. ing their recent bereavement. "Through the tears and sad- Alice Cobb, Marian Nottage, i I the church and friends are In
Oscar Roberts, patrolman of Thanks to the many relatives, dened emotions of this time, Mrs. Myrtle Hanna, Emma Brin- vited.
Lincoln Fields, and also the friends and neighbors for their we are sustained by faith in I Homestead Margie Ave.McCloud Perrine, 18321 son. Services will be held Our heartfelt sympathy goes

Range Funeral Home. We are varied acts of generosity and God and the kindness of \I lied Feb. 26. Survivors, Saturday morning at 11 from \to Mrs. Mary Saunders in the
are a
empty for words to expressto kindness.A friends." :mother, Mrs., Mable Williams the Liberty City Chapel.RICHARDSON (death: of her uncle and nice,
;
the many who went far special thanks to BishopM. Thank you for the flowers, :i ii brother Tisdale two !to Mrs. M. E. Stevens whose
Leroy
beyond the call of duty. May T. Linkous of Ocoee, Fla., telegrams, cards, visits and !i sons, Dwight, and Milton; one sister died recently in New
God bless and keep you. Bishop Edward L. Jones of calls. It helps us to know that [I laughter, Ann. Funeral ;service Holsey McCrae of 2723 NW ;fork City, and to Mrs. RosaL.
Cleveland, Tennessee, Bishop so many friends and citizens 60th St. died Feb. 23. Survivors ] Delancy, whose brother
arrangements are incom-
The Family Alvin S. Moss, Colonia Over- of our community were en- I plete. are a son, Willie Williams i lied: in New York. Both Mrs.
seer of the Bahamas Islands, deared to our husband and George three daughters, Mrs. i Stevens: and Mrs.Delancy have
Washington of 5143
Rev. Henry C. McDowell, of father. ]NW 24th Ruby Hunter, Mrs. Lucille i returned home after attending
Ave. died
CARD OF THANKSThe the Church of the Open Door, The Family, ]Feb. 27. Funeral arrangements Monday-, Springer and Mrs. Nettie I the: funeral services.
Miami. A elleDwmwife Wright. Services were held
family of the late Grateful acknowledgment to James, Arthur, Vann, Dunn, l are incomplete.Mrs. Tuesday in the chapel.
MRS. JESSIE CROMARTIE the Miami No. 1 choirs, ministers sons Mrs. Gizzell Jenkins of 1027 PASSION SUNDAY
Wish to thank their many and members of the Flossie Dunn Rich, daughterIN NW Eva Simmons of 2465 NW 1st Ct. Apt. 3 died Feb. MUSICALEThe
155th
friends for the cards, tele- Church of God of Prophecy.Our Terrace, Opalockadied 22. Survivors
are an aunt
,
grams, flowers and other gratitude is also extendedto Feb. 28. Survivors are mattie Evans, eight cousins, Episcopal Churchwomenof
courtesies which were extend- the choir of the Church of two daughters, Mmes. Rosa including Oliver Cuttray and the Church of the Trans-
ded to them during their sor- the Open Door. MEMORIAMIn Pickett and willle Mae .Da Mrs. Lucille Thomas. Local figuration invites you to attend -
Sincere to niels, two brothers,Mr. Frank its annual
row. appreciation goes services were held Monday Passion Sunday
Special thanks to the Rev. Mr. Lester Albert of the Houseof loving memory of our dear Stokes two and Freeman Stokes; in the chapel. Final rites were Musicale, March 12, from 4 to
Edward T. Graham, membersof Albert and his efficient husband, father and grand- sisters, Mmes. Malvena held Tuesday In Baldwin Fla 6 p.m. at the church.
Mt. Zion Baptist Church, staff. father, Williams and Alma King. Funeral Thomas Miles of 1947 NW 5th Featuring the crowning of
and Richardson's Mortuary, May God bless each of you. WILLIAM G. ROBERTSwho arrangements are Inco- Court died Feb. 26. Survivorsare "The Little Angels for 1967."

for their special acts of kind The family departed this life Feb. neral complete.IN arrangements. are in- a brother, Jessie, other Some of our prospective Lit-

26, 1965. realtives. Funeral serviceswill tle Angels are_: Servila_ n.__ Waiters .. _.
for their special acts of kind- There is no night in heaven.In be held Saturday, March Sheryl Alicia Reaves,

ness. CARD OF THANKSThe that blest world above 4, from St. Paul AME Church, Roderick Pender and Avery
family of the late Work never can bring weari- MEMORIAM at 1 p.m. S. Brown.
Sincerely, ness, Mrs. Samuel Harrison is
Family PAULINE JONES For work itself is love. In loving memory of our president and Father Elisha

(mother of Selena A. Ponder) dear mother, FRANCISMrs. S. Clarke, Jr. is vicar.
wish to express its sincere Mrs. Romalia H. Roberts, Lenora Rolle of 1350
IN MEMORIAM IN thanks and appreciation to the wife NW 43rd Streed died Feb. 25. Rolle; mother, Mrs. Leona
many friends and neighbors Children and Grandchildren Funeral services will be held Robinson.Mr. .
In sad and loving memoryof
dear daughter and mo- for their cards, gifts, lettersof Saturday, March 4, 2 p.m. at William "Fat" Brown
ther my condolences, telegrams, I Mt. Olivette Baptist Church. wishes to thank his many
floral arrangements, words of Remains will repose in the friends and relatives for cards

DELORIS WILKINSON comfort and many other kind- CARD OF THANKSThe chapel beginning 1 p.m. on flowers, telephone calls and
extended to them in Friday until funeral time
who departed this life March nesses on visitors during his illness.
2 1963. Gone, but not for- their hour of bereavement. Saturday afternoon. Survivors Also Auxilary Board No. 2
gotten., Especially do they thank theKelly's family of the late Include her husband, Jerod, of Greater Bethel Church.

Sadly missed by mother, Chapel Methodist Sr.; three sons, Leon, Leonard Thanks again, and may God
Murial Cooper Church: for services rendered. RENTY JONES and Lawrence; three daugh- bless each of you.
ters, Patricia,Rose and Leona
Johnny Wilkinson, son Mr. and Mrs. William Brown
who this life
departed Feb.
CARD OF THANKSMrs. .
9, 1967, wishes to express
IN MEMORIAM Janie Brown wishes to sincere appreciation to th r.y w
express her thanks and gra- many relatives, friends and I
.la memory of our dear bro titude to the many friends and neighbors for cards, flowers, 4 LINCOLN MEMORIAL CEMETERY

ther, relatives for cards, flowers food, visits, donations and .
IKE CARNEGIEwho and telephone calls during her expressions of sympathy.Spe-
departed this life Feb. husband's "Mr. William cial thanks to Francis Funeral REV. LEONA R. WARD 3001 NW 46th Str.tt NE 4.4197

26. 1954. Brown," period of illness. Home. who departed this life Feb.

Gone, but not forgotten.The Special thanks to the Auxiliary 28, 1965. E. JOHNSON, Monogcr OX 1.9199

Board No. 2 of Greater Hattie Jones, wife
Carnegay Family Bethel AME. Marie Cross, sister The Family


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Florida Normal Proposes



Institute of Human RelationsThe


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building of an "insti- "In consonance with the spi- sub-division which will con- r
tute of Human Relations" for rit of Brotherhood Week and cern itself with devising an
the purpose of an ongoing and this announcement by the Institute for Crime Prevention
continuous laboratory of seminars Commission to the goal whichit and Control; another depart-
and projects In human is now projecting, the need ment which will be concernedwith
Interaction, was announced by for deeper understanding of the crisis of the metropolitan
Dr. Royal W. Puryear,President human aspirations in this nation city; and, finally,a department -
of FloridaMemorialCollege. is most evident. which will devote itself -
"This country is now in a to Vocational Guidanceand
The announcement was made position where it must set an Counseling.
following word from the U.s. example to the world with regard "Negro youth is caught in
Civil Rights Commission last to the very difficult strug- the middle of all of these
Sunday that It is asking the gle in race relations. human areas and we will require -
Congress to enact a law to "Certainly, every Universitymust the greatest skill and
require that white children fill engage itself,Its person- expertise to excavate our society '
at least half of the seats in nel and its educational goalsto from the debilitating influences -
school that have Influenced ....
attended
every by Ne- meeting a very real chal- JI' .rd .1
groes. lenge. It is my intent to make our American way of life."
Florida Memorial College a Dr. Puryear announced that "Just leave the driving to me," is possibly what Southern Greyhound Lines
Omegas Hold pioneer in an outgoing educa- he has asked Seymour Gelber, driver Ulysses Bryant of Orlando Is telling Joe Black, director of special markets
tional process that is not limited executive assistant to t b eStates for Greyhound Lines, Inc. Bryant and Black met at the Miami Terminal last week.
to Brotherhood just one Attorney, RichardGerstein Black was a pleasant visitor at The Miami Times office last Friday while attending .
Annual Wives week a year, but rather to to do some fact finding the Professional Baseball Players Golf Tournament and looking over the Miami
52 weeks a year. with regard to the Crime Pre-
Sw.etheartsParty "It is Intent to find vention Institute and that cor- market.The
my respondence has been initiated ex'Dodger righthander, who was the first Negro pitcher ever to win a World
someone who will head this
Series Is also representative for Vice President Task
program as soon as the col- with U.s. Congressman James game a Humphrey's Force
lege is established in Miami Scheuer, New York, who is introducing for Youth Motivation. At high schools, colleges and universities across the country -
The beautiful home of Bro. and this will be one of our major a bill in the House he talks to students about the serious dropout problem and the necessity to
Emanuel Hutchinson and his goals. of Representatives, to orga- stay in school. Johnson of Miami photo.
charming wife, Lillian, wasa "An additional, part of the nize a National Institute for
perfect setting for the Omegas 'Institute of Human Relations'will the Prevention of Crime and
annual Wives and Sweet- be the organization of a its Control. f! ) '
hearts party held Saturday, I REGISTER NOW : :::1t\r
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hearts presented a program of The Florida Printers and The meeting will be held in Licensed by ,
songs, dances, and poems that Publishers Association will Room 101, Unit B of the Vo" Florida State Welfare TM f ,
was side splitting, to put it meet on Saturday, March 4, cational-Technical insti-
midly. at Tallahassee in connectionwith tute Complex at 1:30 p.m. Call: Hetteel
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Emanuel Hutchinson and Lillian A&M University Interscholastic partment is housed in the pill art A" ..
Bro. Herbert Day and Press Workshop (March basement of this buidling. We ..
Martha, Bro. Astrid Mack and 2-4. We suggest that you come Invite you to come and look ,' NSPo"'A1'ON
Ondrea, Bro. William Haley early and participate in some over our facility that we are i' The Elks l "rpHotelMeal er1.H.1.1 .
and Inez, Bro. Willie Wrightand of the events of this workshop. presently moving.. to. ClubNo. R/t" TAXI
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1. C. J. Burney, pastor 4798 NW 8th Avenue
Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor
Ernest Murray, reporter
Dorothy Thompson, reporter

V Choir No. 1 will be engaged oo' !tw ,
Wednesday March
Beginning ,
In a battle of songs with
1st Choirs 1, 2 and also the
Choir No. 2 of Greater New
MT. ZION AME Macedonia Baptist Church on v Male Chorus will bold a Joint INCARNATIONThis
rehearsal Wednesday and
Rev. Milton Fayson, pastor Friday night, March 10, at 4 qb Friday nights.on Saturday, the Ushers'
8 p.m. at the church. dinners at
Guild will serve
There will be'a sale at the
Our Sunday School continuesto The following guest choirs church hall on Saturday, Mar. the home of Mr. and Mrs.
grow, we are blessed to will the of Willie Johnson at 7738 NW
participate on the pro- 4th, sponsored by men
have many young adults whovje 22nd Avenue, throughout the
at 12
gram: New Hope Missionary the church, beginning
very active In this phase In aid of afternoon.
Baptist, Greater New Bethel noon. Proceeds are
of church work. this Saturday the teen-.
Also ,
Missionary Baptist, and Choir the Men's Day drive.
The chilly weather did not sponsoring a car
the bul- agers are
No. 2 of New Providence.You Ushers, please check
give us' cause for alarm because are Invited. letin board for your schedulefor wash on the church grounds
the services were well the month of March. beginning at 10 a.m. The proceeds

attended all day. All members of the Pastor'sAid Parents, please send your will go to the diocesan-

At 11 a.m. our pastor fresh Club are urged to be pre- children out to Junior choir rehearsal wide youth project of payingthe

from the Midwinter Bishops' sent Thursday night, March 9, every Tuesday at 6:30 expenses of eight teen-

Council In Jacksonville gave for election of officers at 8 p.m., and encourage them to agers from South Florida to go
us food for thought in his message p.m. Keep this date in mind. continue the good work that to Jamaica during the summerto
on Parental Guidance.One construct a church building
member Joined.At All names, compliments and they are doing. to for for a small rural town. The
We
other are continung pray
3:30 the No. 3 choir Information pertaining of this
public's support project
to the Woman's book the sick, and wish them a
sponsored a musicale. Choirs Day are would be most appreciated.This .
from all over the district appeared requested to be in to the speedy recovery. past Tuesday the EYC,
booklet
on this program. This committee no later composed of 9th through 12th

was in deed a spiritual feast. than Friday night, March 3. graders, was host to Mr.Bel-
We look forward to Holy We will celebrate our 7th ST. PAUL AME linger, Chief Investigator. for
Communion Sunday March 5 annual Woman's Day on Sun- the State Narcotics Bureau
,
,
day March Lamar Ro- two-year-old daughter Sarah Don't forget Love Feast Fri-
and to entertaining the Dis- 19th. You are in- The Rev. Bruce a who told of his concerns of
vited. be Installed Elizabeth. day night with Sunday beingthe
trict Conference March 1516of bertson will as dope addictions and its wide-
the North Miami Districtand Let us continue to pray for pastor of New Covenant Presbyterian New Covenant, formally organized first Sunday, our pastoris spread use locally. This cul-

to entertaining for Men's our sick and shut-ins. Church, 1223 N. W. in 1966, is an experi- expecting a large crowd minated a month's study of this

Day, March 19. 43rd St., at 3:30 p.m. Sunday, mental ministry of the Pres- and has prepared a well man- topic. Beginning next week
March 5. byterian Church in the United nered sermon for the day.
to
Want to work, come busy discussion will be about the
Mt. Zion AME. A commision of the Presby- States; both the Board of Our pastor wishes to remindus anti-poverty war and its effect -
DRAKE MEMORIAM tery of the Everglades,headedby Church Extension Committeeof of our special Sacrificial
the .
on Negro community.The
5800 NW 2nd Avenue Ruling Elder Roland John- the Presbytery of the Ever- the
Easter
Janus W. Dunn, pastor offering during Sunday School of the
GRACE Rev. ,
son will be In change of the in its
glades are participating Lenten season. Those persons Church of the Incarnation is
PRESBYTERIAN All members and friends are installation services. program.The having folders are asked to collecting children's clothesas
:1 Our Communion messagethis reminded of our services for Born in Jacksonville, Mr. membership now numbers return them Easter Sunday their Lenten project. The

Sunday morning will be, the week. On Monday night, Robertson attended St. Johns about one hundred adults either at the 4:30 a.m. or clothes will be distributed to

"Christ, the True Vine,from March 6, we will have Rev. County public schools and the who, with their children,wor- 11 a.m. services.All needy families, regardless of
John 15. The pastor will also Bradley and his congregationto University of Florida, wherehe ship and work without regardto church affiliation. Anyone who

bring an evening message at render services for Deacon received the B. A. degreein cultural, racial, or geo- children having speechesfor would like to assist leave
7:30 Perkins' Group. Please come 1956. He studied at Prince- graphical boundailes. the Easter exercises will bundles at the church may day

One of the main things that out and hear this dynamic ton Theological Seminary,and The church property consists meet with the directors on this week or next. any

we must do Is to be loyal to speaker. received the B.D.degree from of a modern sanctuary and Monday at 5:00 p.m. and per- Additional Lenten services

our stewardship pledge. Let Please remember the womanless Union Theological Seminary, educational facility located in sons who are in plays will scheduled, besides regular

us all be up to date in our wedding and hair- New York, after he was or- a changed and changing neigh- meet with them on Fridaysat Sunday services, are a cele-

pledges by Easter, which is styles on parade. This affair dained. borhood; It was a gift to the 5:15 p.m. bration of the Mass every

the end of the first quarter of will be held on Thursday, The Rev. Robertson was ordained Presbytery by the former St. Wednesday night at 7 and on

the year. March 9 at 8:30 p.m. Miss by the Presbytery of Johns Presbyterian church, Tou:our parents: We are Fridays at.7 p.m. the Stationsof

On the second Sunday after- Brown and her group will Newark, and served as assis- which was dissolved some working hard to prepare a the Cross. Everyone Is in-

noon, March 12, from four to assure you of an evening to tant pastor of the PresbyterianChurch three years ago. most enjoyable Easter program vited.

six p.m., the outstanding organization remember. Members pleasesee of Upper Montclair Since its inception, the New for you this year, and it
known as The Elks your group leaders and fore called to the Riverside Covenant group has sought to can and will be a big suc-

will present Its oratorical take care of your obligation.The Presbyterian Church of Jack- discover new and more effective cess U you plan now to attend MT. OLIVETTERev.
contest at the Grace Presby- contest will close on Mar. sonville in 1963, where he ways of relating the this occasion. Stop now

terian Church. We ask mem- 12. We will have our first served as associate pastor. worship and work of the churchto and circle this date on your calendar K. E. Rogers, pastor
bers and friends to attend annual Men's Day program on Mrs. Robertson, the formerJudith the people of the world March 26. Leave it

this event, and all of the March 12. Who will be the man Darst Martin, Is a native around itFollowing open so that you can and will The Florida East Coast Bap-

wonderful services and pro- of the year? West Virginian and a the installation attend the Easter program and tist Association convened at

grams being planned for the You are Invited to attend both graduate of West Virginia Uni- service, there will be a reception see and hear your child or the Mt. Olive Baptist Church,

season. services on Sunday,March 12. versity. The Robertsons have In the Fellowship Hall. children at their best. Rev. K. E. Rogers, pastor,

,
Feb. 15 through 19. Rev. O.

MT. CARMELWe W. Foster, moderator. It was

have so much to thank ANTIOCH M.B. a very enjoyable session. We
Atlantic Coast Baptist AssociatioH that
the Lord for. The morning hoped everyone enjoyed
message was delivered by a (New Liberty City) themselves. We would like to

visiting minister from Chicago Holds BaNHer Session thank everyone that helpedto

Illinois, the Rev. Craw- Rev. A.H.Esslx,pastor make this meeting a suc-
The Deacon and Deaconess cess. Our election of officers
I ford. We all got some thoughtout Boards will celebrate their The 36th annual session of occasion was delivered by Dr. the very inspiring educational will be held on the Friday

of next his message.On which. is the anniversary Tuesday night the Atlantic Coast Baptist Association Susie B. Holley, president of message Friday night. Choirsof night before the first Sundayin
Sunday
convened at Mt.Oli- women's department of the the various churches par-
first In March we after the first Sunday. Hev. March. We are asking all
extend Sunday invitation to to Samuel Atchison and his con- vette Baptist Church, Rev. I. State Baptist Convention and ticipated In the services.The members to be present.
an you C. Mickins pastor, Feb. 22- vice president of the womenof
come and visit with us. gregation from Mt. Calvary Rev. Rogers along with the
Remember the sick and shut- will be our guest. Everyoneis 26. Appearing on the pre-con- the National Baptist Con- Revs. H. W. Moss, J. L. Junior Ushers' Board and No.

ins and those who have lost invited.On vention program Tuesday vdntlon. Johnson, L W. Hepburn, Joseph 3 Choir will be rendering a

some of their loved ones. Wednesday night after the evening were choirs of the local More than 33 per cent of., Smith and J. A. Butler, service March 5th at 3 p.m.

The Pastor's Aid Club will third Sunday, we will render churches of the district, the receipts of the sessionwas alternated.Mrs. In Hallandale at Rev. W.- J.
celebrate Its anniversary on service at Elder Bethel's and the speakers were the Rev. contributed to education.The Moseley's anniversary.

.. Friday night,March 10th. The Church In New Liberty City. Edward T. Graham and Com- two schools to be bene- PresciUa Wilkinson, Let us not forget to pray for

<. Rev. W. M. Davis will deliverthe The public is invited to attend missioner Athalie Range. ficiaries are Florida Memo- president of the Missionary our sick and shutins.FRIENDSHIP.

message. this church each Sunday. Three sessions were held rial College, St. Augustine, Society of Mt. Olivette, was
and Jordan Memorial School, winner in the "Annual Queens ---
dally with Moderators L. A.
,. 1.'V.t.'t' Nassau Bahamas. Contest" Sunday afternoon.
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<;"' :,' '!).f."{ :', Pratt Among the visitors who Placing second was Mrs. Flo-
'. ) presiding. Dr. I. G. ,
and rence Hepburn of Temple who
: brought greetings mes- ,
president assisted by vice-
Jenkins
Rev. J. E. pastor
had the for two
sages were Dr. J. A. F. Fin- worn crown
r. president Dr. Doris Johnson, layson, president of the State successive years. This is a Ruby L. Carr, reporter
presided over the women.
JI/J -, \ Baptist Convention and a vice feature sponsored by the women
president of the National, and for Florida Memorial Sunday we expect our pastorto
The "Voice at Midnight" on deliver both morning and
Mrs. Finlayson Rev. C.Weaver College.
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Wednesday was one of the attraction evening
Mrs. Lula Moran Pres.R. sermons.
of session. The Rev.C. This was one of the greatest Members and friends are
W. of Fla. Memo-
II MrJII. J. Burney of New Provi- Puryear sessions in the history of cordially invited to ride the
rial Mrs.
College Mary
; : dence Baptist Church and his the association. An atmos- church bus to and from church
White Mrs. M. Johnson Miss
I f1 I choirs and ushers took over phere of harmony prevailed with no charges at all. Just
Marie White Harold
Mr
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and lifted throughout. check the bus
spiritually.
route.
...:_.. : !t "''''''."J/. \ "II t everyone Dunsky, development directorfor
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The Rev. W. E. Sims of The members of the
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Fla. Memorial relocation
BETHLEHEM New Hope atlernated for Rev, Pastor Mickins and the mem- department wish to thank the
Rev. H. Brown.Challenging .
Burney. bers of Olivette deserve high different ones who went on

Services Sunday were welleoyed as for He and his house, they delivered messages were est commendation for a Job the Hay ride with them. It
by Evangelist M. B.
] by those who attended.The would serve the Lord. What The missionary program Hall, Rev. J. A. King, Ernest well done. Their entertain- was a complete success.
weather was cold, but decisions have you made recently Friday afternoon was Inter- WiUaism, J. C. Crawford,Dr. ment was superb in every detaiL Deepest sympathy 1 s extended -

the building was heated with regarding your ser- racial In its setting. A num- H. W. Brown Rev. J.H.Johnson to those in their hourof

the visitation of the Holy Spirit vices to Christ. ber of women from white Bap- Mrs. I.,C. Mickins, The The 1968 session will meet bereavement, and get-well
The pastor's theme was You don't have to walk alone, tist churches and the Inter- Rev., Dr. A. B. Coleman,state with the New Bethel Baptist wishes to our sick.

"A Moment of Decisiveness." worship with Bethlehem 0 n racial Mothers' Club were vice president and pastor of Church, Liberty City, Rev. Come to church, have your

A wise. m- ?,Sundays* ."*** ./* ruent.'1I11e' address+ for the Shiloh, Jacksonville.'brought, Ernest Williams,-J1Wster.!. faith lifted. ,.'' '

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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday. March 3.. 1967 15


Joe In Accepts Islam; SOUTH DADE MEWS GREATER NEW ANTIOCH ST. JAMES, AME

I MACEDONIARev. We were honored to have

Seeks To Become Sunday School at Mt. Moriah The banquet committee of the Rev. V, S. Robinson, who
Minister
observance
Baptist Church, Pei rlne,Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor the Woman's Day is presently serving as Presiding "*. ..

Popular bandleader, com- Beverly Walton who vocalizes.'W. C. Edcar, pastor, began at Willie J. Beard, reporter wishes gratitutde to to express the members Its sincere and Elder of the North Dis-,

and ,singer Joe Tex 9:45 a.m., with the superin- trict, Chicago, Illinois, as our
poser ,
so well on ,the folk .tune friends for the very fine sup
tendent, Mrs. Alma Taylor in thanks to all of guest speaker Sunday
to Many
stated a large audience at "Watermelon Man" and also you. port given to help make the
Muhammad's Mosque No. 29 charge. The chairman and cochairman at morning.The .
Danny "Taking banquet on Saturday night
that he has seen the "light"far and Yvonne Inventory"white The morning message was pastor, committee- the Holiday Inn a successful February-ites terminated -
of
Staples delivered by the Rev. Regi- work of the
chairmen our
officials
beyond the footlights and and men years
the famed event. Special thanks to Miss
floodlights of the stages he Is gospel singers from nald Hall. At 3 p.m. the Rev. of Greater New Macedonia "Calendar Club" with their
delivered
Chicago. A followed Marie White who an
his banquet W. F. Tanner Sr., deliveredthe wish to take this opportunityto round report of 1105.00 We
persuing career as a recording the lecture by Minister informative and inspiring ad-
Troy
pastor's anniversary ser- thank each and are now making plans for our
artist. He everyone,
held her audience
says, Bey who stated that youth will dress. She
everyone should take time and heed the call of mon. both men and women, who spellbound throughout her second annual Coronation on
see and hear for himself. Mr. Messenger Sunday afternoon two bus took time out from their duties Sunday night March 12th.
Muhammad speech. Other participants we
because
Islam ,
Tex says he will follow the loads of people came from St. and activities to help us wish to "thank Friday night our Love Feast
teaches you" are
a new of life say ,
way acceptable Ruth Baptist Church Hallan- services will be observed and
make
precepts of Islam as taughtby our Third Annual Men's Mesdames Callie M. Foster ,
and
realistic black ,
dale, of which Rev. Edcar is both our regular services on Sun-
the Honorable Elijah Mu- people of today seeking free- Day a success, spiritually Anna Bell Dean, Florence Da-
also pastor. The Rev.William and day. We are looking forward to
and financially.
hammad since
receiving a dom and
justic and equality.ST. vis, Harolean Storr Mr.
knowledge of self he knows he Bonie preached Sunday night Arthur Evans. having a great time.

can oe an example of a righ- and five visitors were present Special thanks to Rev. C. J. Remember our sick and shut-

teous Muslim on and off the from Glendale Baptist Church, Burney, pastor of New Pro- Now the women will be in Ins, for the prayer of faith

stage, and my greatest desireis from Glendale Baptist Church, vidence, our morning speakerand full swing, working toward shall save the sick. *i* ,'
their State Tea which will
PAULAME Richmond Heights.A .
to become a Muslim minis- Rev. W. E. Sims, pastor

ter just like my friend and week of services celebra- ot New Hope M. B. Church, climax Mrs. Lillie on Sunday Ross, April who 9th.will NEW MT. MORIAHRev.
,
brother, Muhammad All, the Stuart, Florida our evening speaker for a job
ting
our pastor's anniversaryended be
undisputed heavyweight boxing Rev. James Grisby, pastor Sunday night. We made Nell done. New representing has the state of A. L. Shlpp, pastor
Jersey planned a mu-
champion of the world and the him i Evelyn Souter, reporterOur
happy by presenting him sical to be held
next recording I make will Debbie Langston, reporter Congratulations to Bro.Gar- program on monthly conference tonight -
$1,000
as an appreciation.
March 10 at 8
not be under Joe Tex, but Please remember the sick field Leland, captain for the There Friday,will be outstand-p.m. (Thursday) at 8 p.m.

brother Joe X. Others of his Sunday, being Men's Day, and shut-ins and for their General Church who was many All members please be present -
pray ing singing participating. -
entourage at the Mosque who Prof. Felix Williams, chair- Lillie Ruth crowned Mr.GreaterNewMa- groups
speedy recovery. All tea captains
have accepted were Miami's man, presided. The addresswas Harris is reporter.The cedonia, raising the highest are urged The anniversary of Choir No.
to work diligently to make this
popular song stylist, Ella given by Prof. Edwardsof Upholstery Class of amount of $400, and to Usher event memorable 2 will begin the 17th throughthe

Washington whose recordingof St. Paul, Ft. Pierce, Fla. Mays is still progressing,and Board No. 2 who retained their a one. 19th of this month. More

"The Grass is Greener"is Professor Edwards was at the community Is of title for the third consecutiveyear about this later.

fast becoming a top seller, his best and held his audience the wor BEING DONE proud BY instructor as the leading auxiliaryof MT. SINAI BAPTIST Let us continue our prayers

spellbound.The Benny Cooper.The Greater New Macedonia, for our pastor, his mother,
young men of the church class took donationfor having raised $700. Patricia Austin, reporterThe other sick, shut-ins,bereaved
LIBERTY CITY CHURCHOF had charge of the evening ser- the a brothers General drive Is now families and those in the arm-
Petigrew
CHRISTWe vice which was very beauti- whose funeral was held Mon- Again, many thanks to all of well on Its way. Let us all ed services.

fully carried out. day afternoon. The contribu- you from the bottom of our work together as one. Mem- Visitors are always wel-

take great pleasure in Rev. Grisby was all smiles tors were Mr. Benny Cooper hearts. Grand total raised for bers please support your cap come.

introducing the officials of over the success of the Men's Mrs. Susie Mae Williams, the day was $5,353.55. tain and help raise the amount

the church. The elders are: Day activities, which was very Mrs. Lula B. Cleveland Mrs., Deacon Vandell Bovan, general that is asked. HURST CHAPEL AME

Brothers B. J. Black, Moses profitable, bringing in a cash Minnie Brown Mrs. Lillian, chairman and Deacon E. On the first Sunday, March Youtn Missionary meetingwas

Williams, and Mannie Black. total of $1,040.72. We here Woolfork, Mrs., Ernestine Goodwin, co-chairman. 5, immediately after the held at New Bethel AME
The deacons are: Brothers at St. Paul are very fortunatein morning services a "Sweet Church in Goulds. Carolyn
Foster Mrs. Rosie Lee Tho-
,
Weldon Holmes, Martin Sim- having such a great preach- Snack Sale" is sponsored by Washington was elected an
Mrs. Winter
mas, Mrs. ST. BARN ABASSundaY's
mons, and R. V. Walker. er and pastor as Rev. Grisby Smith Mrs. Moses Mrs., Dora Brother Eddie Hillsman and officer for the Miami Dis-
The,public is cordially Invited along with his qeenly wife, his group. trict.
B. Ballard.GREATER,
to all of the servicesof Mrs. Ernestine Grisby. Mrs. services were very May we count on your support The deadline for our budgetis

the Church of Christ. The Grisby has organized the juniors spiritual and Inspiring. They ?? the second Sunday in March.

time for the order of serviceswill and they ushered last gave everyone new hope. Let's not forget our sick Let us say a silent prayer

remain the same each Sunday so beautifully until our NEW Our speaker was Master and shut-Ins, and pray that for Dan Cooper who is ser-

Sunday. Presiding Elder made mentionof BETHEL BAPTIST Wellington Bain and his topic God may strengthen those who ving in Vietnam, also Mrs.W. .

Bro. and Sis. Will Tynes will them and the leadership Opa-locka was "Glorious Saviour." are bereaved, and we know J. Allen's mother, who

leave Saturday night to visit Rev. and Mrs. Grisby are how much they love their lov- is in the hospital in Ocala,

the Church of Christ in Bra- giving there at Stuart. Rev. W. K. Smith Let us remember to pray for ed ones, but God loves them Fla. We hope her a speedy
pastorOn
denton, Fla. We are prayingthat Little Bernard Grisby, the the third Sunday,, we were our,sick and shut-Ins. best. recovery.
have infant son of our pastor wasa
they will a safe blessed to have Rev. 'H. G.
return. year old Sunday and was pre-
Coleman pastor of the First
,
We are very proud of our sented with several nice gifts Zion
Baptist Church of Cleve-
minister and his wife, Bro. Mrs. Walden and Mrs. Allen.
land, Ohio, with us for our SAMPSON'S MARKET
and Sis. F.L.Thompson.They If you want to feel the Holy morning worship. He delivered -
have been laboring with us Spirit, come to St. Paul.
an inspirational message.On .
many years and everyone 1466 NW 62 ST.
seems at peace with them. the fourth Sunday, the

Listen to the radio broad- scholarship committee spon-

cast at 9:30 p.m. WMIE, 7:45 FIRST BAPTIST OF sored a talent program entitled FREE DELIVERY 696-5711

a.m. WMBM,8:15a.m.WMDM BROWNSVILLERev. "Stars on Parade for

EACH Sunday, and visit the W. M. Davis, pastor Christ." The programfeatured -
church that makes you feel talented youth and adultsof

Donella Turner, reporter the our orchestrafromNorthDade church. A portion of CHITTERLINGS 5 IBS. $1.29TENDER


This coming March 5, the Junior High School, under the TENDER
CHRIST EPISCOPALThe Tribe Benjamin is sponsor- direction of Miss Sample, ren-

Ing a tea at the church from dered two beautiful selections.The BEEF LIVER 2 LBS. 881'

this Diocesan is Youth the building Projectfor 4 to 6 p.m.March following churches were ....,

year the 6, the Rev. Clark represented on the program:
of church in Jamaica West '
a pastor of Gethsemane Baptist Gethsemane Baptist, New r 'ALB.
Indies. The Miami
Deanery Church in Carver Ranches Hope Baptist, Day Spring Baptist -
share is which will
cover the $4,500 transportation and and his congregation will ren- and First Baptist of Opa- STEW BEEFLB39'PATT1ES 9

der worship services for the locka. The program was enjoyed -
food expenses for eight young Pastor's Aide Club. by all present.
people and three advisors FRESH
The 10th of March, the pas-
from July 10 to August 30. Our Women's Day has been
tor along with the Pastor'sAide
Each parish is asked to sup- Club, will go to Mt.Car- set for the fourth Sunday in PORK ROAST LB. 394
port the Jamaican Project.The .
mel Baptist Church,Rev.D.A. May with Sis. Wilene Robin-
Miami Deanery of the son serving as chairman and
pastor. The W. M.
Bradley
FLA. GRADE "A"
will CAN CANS.FRESH
Episcopal Churchwomen Davis Special Chorus will ren- Sis. Catherine Smith, co- 12


be Those church held who of on the plan March Resurrection.to attend 16 at are the consider der the hope song these that service.We each announcementsand of. you will chairman.Ann B. ,Thomas. is reporter.GLENDALE SODA $1.00 EGGS 3" $1 1


asked to contact the church's
join in with us.
office and complete registration SUNSHINE


interested forms.is still in Confirmationclass open becoming to anyone a FELLOWSHIPBy (Richmond Heights) FIG BARS Jl29C% ..



member of the church. You R. J. McGhaney Our day will begin with the r- __ '_ __ ....... .......... ...____. ,_ ___..!.KG.__ _
call the church's office
may Church and the Mission in

for details. unto 0 Liberty City observing our LAUNDRY BASKETS
The Executive Committee of "Be merciful me, .'444
the Episcopal Churchwomenwill God, for man would swallowme "Week of Prayer for Home
Psalm 56:1. Missions" March 5-12. Each
meet on Sunday, March up. If it evening a branch of our WMU
have heard people say,
5, in the lounge of the Parish
Hall. wasn't for the Lord, what will be in charge of the pro- BUTTERBALL SPECIAL I

would I do. I think that is a !gram. Our theme Is "As you
Get well wishes to all shut- wonderful statement for any- go" and the dally topics are: 2 LB BOX SMOKED SAUSAGE
ins of the .
parish.BAHA'IS one to use. For I know thatif Monday, "As YouGoSearch'Tuesday 2 LBS. BRISKET STEW ,

it wasn't for the Lord, "As You Go Encounter 2 LBS. PORK CHOPS 1 LB. AG OLEO
-
I could do nothing at Wednesday,'As You
or
you 4 CANS PILLSBURY
ASSEMBLYMrs. all. We must trust Him in Go Reach Out," Thursday, 2 LBS. FRESH GROUND BEEF

all we think, say and do, and "As You Go Grow," and 3 LBS. CHICKEN WINGS BUTTERMILK BISCUITS

Marjorie Bach, Chair- we will find that life is full Friday, "As You Go Live/ 3 LBS. MEATY NECK BONES 5 LB. BAG LONG GRAIN RICE

man of the Baha'i Assemblyof of his miracles for us. Just Do hear these excellent topics 3 PKGS. FRANKS 5 LB. BAG WHITE

Miami, will lead a discussion say for yourself, this week, discussed by these won- 3 DOZ., FRESH FLA. GR. A EGGS POTATOES
"Be merciful unto derful workers. Pastor Tur-
group, which will meet every day,
8 p.m. Sunday, March 5, at me 0 God, and stop whatever ner and our brotherhood will 1 PKG. SEASON MEAT

the home of Miss Soloman, you are doing, and meditateon share in these discussions on 2 REG. SIZE LOAVES OF BREAD $988

137 NW 11th Avenue.Her sub- those words for a mo- Thursday night. 1 BUNCH COLLARD GREENS
ject will be "Ethical and Social ment. So until a later date, Let us remember those who ALL 15

I Teachings." The public is if God's will, thanks, and lets are experiencing sorrow at i

cordially Invited to attend. all pray together.' .this,time.


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16 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 3, 1967


\ FSU Exchange Students Speak At


.. State PU ConventionDiffering



ll customs, edu-, tive tests here. ways comes first.Culture,religion -
cational systems, teenage The fourth speaker was Bob'' and war are kept politely -
problems and cultures were I Chatwin, an English student in second place."
outlined to delegates to the I working for his doctorate in Moderator for the symposium -
40th annual convention of physics. was Mrs.Mayme Williamsof
Luscious cooking makes swinging .parties! Florida Branch of the anal Miami, past national and
Congress of PTA last Fri "As for English culture," past state president of the Na-
We have received many compliments on TEENS COOK, day in the Civic Auditoriumin he said, "England has always tional Congress of PTA. Mrs.
WHY NOT. And from teens, tool! This tells us something. Jacksonville.The had a negative attitude toward Willie Z. White is state pre-
Teens realize the importance of knowing how to cook, how to culture. The sporting life al- sident.
National of
budget, and want to plan their own parties as well as help the Congress
PTA is the Negro counter- .,.... ..., ....-....
family much We think also
as as possible. that we get the ;..;" ;;
message--teens know they soon will be adults and that men as part in the Congress of PTAis '"
Miss Ellen Jones
the in Mary ,
Negro counterpart
well as women should have knowledge of cooking. Now is the
of daughter of Mrs.Bessie Styles
the Congress PTA. Both
time to learn practical cooking while at home.
-- you are '
Smith and Mr. Samuel (KC)
groups have approved a mer- J ;"
One old that !'
good with dishes and is
standby goes many en-
'ihi
.. ; Jones and granddaughter of
the ,
"it' and individual
organizations ;
;i''i.YaiMf; :
Joyed by almost everybody is cornbread. There are lots of ,
: t'
; Mrs. E. 1315
'i' ; Mary Styles,
are being
phased :
: '
ways of making cornbread--Spanish style Western style '
together in Florida over a 'Y : ::0:; : NW 1st Place, will be a June
Northern :
Southern well
style, style, as as many recipes used ,. .
by people in the Islands and in far-away countries.It's period of years. ,., .' :! graduate of Hampton Institute,
best to start with the less complicated recipes, and we Florida State University, foreign ': <' < :' Hampton, Virginia.A .
think this one will make the entire family proud of you. And exchange students from "; ":
when you are head of the house, we think those for whom you Brazil, India,England and Malawi \::./ "I graduate of NorthwesternHigh
have to cook daily will en joy this cornbread too. And right now, participated in a sympo- ",', School, Mary Ellen is
this recipe goes good with Lenten dishes! One ingredient--sour sium during the afternoon ses- majoring in early childhood
cream--can be made by putting two teaspoons of ReaLemon sion. education.
Juice in sweet cream. This represents a saving of time and
money. Miss nse Gueiros, working
for her master's degree, told BROWNSVILLE JR. HI

SOUR CREAM CORN BREAD the audience Brazil's school
system is under rigid federal t By Joyce Gilbert
control. She compared Brazil's -
1/3 cup pre-sifted flour
The
Brownsville Jr.
1 tablespoon teenagers with those in High
sugar ; School's Ida T. Ratcliff Future
-
the United States
1 teaspoon baking powder saying they
Teachers of America had
are all alike. ,
1/2 soda
teaspoon baking
its first assembly Tuesday
1/2 teaspoon salt Sharad Chugopekar, an Indian .. 1 I February 28, thanks to Mrs.H. ,.
11/3 cups white cornmea). teacher working for his P. Jones and Mr.
Shown at the 40th annual of Bryant.
the
1 egg, beaten banquet State PTA
doctorate in statistics, has Some of the members are Lynn
1 cup sour cream (sweet cream with two teaspoons of bottled been in the U.s. since 1963. Convention. Left to right: Stanley Newbold, Miami; Campbell, Vanessa Moss
lemon Juice added) He commented that from his Miss Use Gueiros, Brazil; $horad Chvgopekar, India; Agela Starks, Joyce Gilbert,
2 tablespoons salad oil,melted shortening,or bacon drippings. observations of the family unit Stalled Moata, Malawi; Bob Chotwin, England, and Sheryl Garret, Carolyn Hicks,
Preheat your oven to 400 degrees. Sift together a mixing in this country, he prefers the Freddie Jones, Miami. The theme was 'Aspiring for Shirlee Brownlee and Althea
bowl the flour, baking powder, sugar, baking soda and salt. family ties in India. One World." On to Orlando in 1968. Wiles.
Stir in the cornmeal. In another bowl, mix the beaten egg,
"sour" cream and oil. Add this now to your dry ingredientsand Brownsville's
stir only until dry ingredients ?re moistened. Preheat an Stallad Mpata, a freshman at attendance highest perfect -
eight inch square pan, a corn-stick pan, or muffin pan in the FSU from Malawi, until recently MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE 7-7 and 8-3. classes are

oven, then grease generously. Now you are ready turn your the Protectorate of MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY
pan and bake in preheated oven 25 minutes.This not only will Nyasaland, said he prefers the
make 10 to 12 sticks of muffins,but also will make you happy. education system of his coun- APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU. Our 7th grade students are
Later we will tell you how to make"corny dogs" which will try to the system here. He THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE. doing very well on their science -
delight the gang when you have company,and we'll suggest the based his felling on the con- fair projects. Michael
economical soft drink you can make to go with these crazy cept that all testing in Malawiis PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM! Scavella is doing extremely
"corny dogs." And as always, be careful and don't burn your- self. It will be expected that you will clean all utensils that you the leaning toward multiple
have used. choice and subjective-objec-
,
N *>, ;";* '::':\G."wf" News Ftfftiiif* Limty* r; ,Crt'-*., ,

Northwestern Thespians to I lotas Observe i/:J '**.; ; ,,' j wM5: im_ tf ,

I .ee asw, .;r @jJJ9' evi; ArwsHI .,

Present "Dating Game" I Negro- History- D&H-- r.q '


The Miami Northwestern Admission: Students 50? Week
Thespian Troupe 1880 will and adults $1.00.
present the popular "Dating Mrs. F. Murray Is sponsor.
Game," on February 28, in During the regular monthly
our school auditorium at 7:30 DORSEY PTAOn meeting of Iota Phi Lambda ConstructionCo.
p.m. Sorority, Inc. on February 18a
Famous celebraties such as Wednesday, March 8, very Inspiration and informative -
Ester Brinson, Joe Thomas Dorsey Junior High School program in obser- .
and a host of others will be will hold its monthly PTA vance of Negro History week IS BUSINESS
BACK I IN
there. There will be dancing, meeting. Our Guidance department was presented at the home of
and great dramatic perfor- will present its an- Soror Junner Parker. High-
mances. naul education meeting for lights of the presentation were We build homes, apartments, additions, new kitchens, carports

The boys will be selected parents and students. During the statistical data on Negroes and garages and anything or everything in construction.D .
from various Dade County this meeting, you will become and their various contribu-

high schools and the girls acquainted with informationand tions to our world,an interes- & H has access to mortgage money in any amount. Will build
from Northwestern. materials that will en- ting book review and a drama-
FHA or Conventional. If you were considering building and tight
able to better for
you plan tization of the poem, "In the
and
YOUNG ELEMENTARY your child's future.Representatives Morning" by Paul Lawrence money high interest rates frightened you,

STUDENTS HEAR also be from present a high so school that will you Dunbar. A Call to Mr Davidow, Owner of D&H

MRS. SHELLThe and your child can become acquainted The committee responsiblefor
Project language Arts with what the senior a Job well done Included
Department at Nathan Young high school has to offer. Sorors Junner Parker, Edna Will Give You A Different Picture of

Elementary School was honored Johnson, and Myrtis McCants.
to have Mrs.Ozora Shell Special appreciation is extended Your Situation
a former associate professor BT.W. CLASS OF 1957 to Mrs.Judith Ramsey,

in elementary education at Kathy Knowles and Sandra Allen "t \,
( The Class of 1957 of B.T.W.
7 '.. '1') ,
Bethune Cookman College to of Chester A.Moore Elem-
will hold a meeting Monday \ '
share some historic facts March 6 at the home of Scot-, Tnentary School in Hallandale; CALL HI 8.n19 ,
about the late Dr. Mary Mc- ;
tie Robinson at 755 NW 55th and to Patricia Hoffman and
Leod Bethune with us. Mrs. St. Business of Importance to James Budgett of Carver Ran- "
Shell was most dynamic and be discussed. All class mem- ches Elementary School in Ash for.I Dlvj awr.
interesting and the boys and .
bers are expected.The West Hollywood for their assistance ,,
learned .
girls fascinating '
many .
class is also sponsoringa and participation on .\' 1 wtr'/
and interesting things about
sale at the home of Abra- the program.
Dr. Bethune and her contri-
butions to this society.We ham Fields, Saturday, March Soror Bertha Parks is pre-
4th at 1098 NW 51st St., 8 un-
feel further honored because til. sident.
Mrs. Shell is presently -
a member of the Nathan
Young faculty, and with her
many talents, we feel that we SEWING MACHINE"REPAIR
will be able to utilize more of
her services to enhance our SPECIAL"

language arts program.The Cleaned & Oiled In Your Home
teachers, boys and girls "

of the language arts department *Adjust Tensions .-,,-, --------- -----..-
*** wish to thank Mrs. Shell Free Needle & Belt Total Cost 1150 ': : r
for having shared with us the Check all Wiring All Makes D&H; Construction Co. has been building ";in('your area for th'e

wonderful life of the late Dr. *1 Year Guarantee g Models past 20 years' and can' show hundreds .of homes and 'satisfied" J.

Bethune. customers. .. .. *'..-vA. A'
Mrs. Josephine D. Mackeyis ",0." ,.. .. \.' !..I" .." : ,.( ;" ,",'\..', ; Nr..aiit.
:. .w4 ,.' principal and Mrs.Hazel W, 634-6242
Matthews is reporter.


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T.HE.MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 3, 1967, 17

Spearing with. '*2BY SCLC Warns Of I
........ I

Disaster In Mississ/DDi i Looking the.SPORTS .

t .
ATLANTA, GA., "Our program is nonviolent
(SCLC) Dr. Ralph David We can not and will not I
Abernathy of the Southern answer violence with vio-
Christian Leadership Con- lence. Surely the impover- WORLD I
HARRY SPEAR ference today warned of ished and frightened Negro yA
'
"disastrous consequences In community deserves full pro-
---- Grenada. Mississippi, If our tection by legal authorities. Over
$80,000 CLASSIC SEMI-FINAL AT 'civil rights workers and the "Finally, I would say to BY LEO ARMBRISTER
FLAGLERThe Negro community there are those who piously condemn
third and last semifinal round In the Flagler Kennel not given adequate protec- 'crime and violence in the
Club's $80,000 Internationa Classic comes up Saturday night tion by federal, state and local streets of America' that they
when the dust should look REV. LEWIS P. BOHER JR. VINDICATES CASSIUS CLAY
and settles after that action, the eight who will authorities. take a at Gren-
go In the $50,000 finale March 11th will be definitely known. The warning came In the ada, where white people have
After the first semifinal round lastSaturdayKenKutchlngs' wake of a fire Sunday nightat allowed beatings and cruel The Rev Lewis P. Bohler Jr. an Episcopalian Priestof

i Cleve Commel looked like the only one who safe for the Bell Flower Baptist harrassment of a people who the Church of the Advent, Los Angeles, California writesin
The second semifinal round was scheduled was sure. Church, which provided an simply ask to be free." the popular sports magazine (Sports Illustrated his
for
Wednesday and office for the SCLC staff in The record of
i' that could either scranble brutality In candid opinions concerning' the introversions and extro-
, the picture further,or clear It up a Grenada. The blaze de- Grenada has been
bit before the Saturday tests. tragic. versions of Cassius (Mohammed All) Clay's character,.
stroyed or badly damaged Last summer, police assaulted Looking the Sports World Over was completely taken by t&>
Right now it looks like the final field will emerge from much of the church's roof, a peaceful demonstrationby depth of thought that the article conveyed and is happy to passit
,l these ten: Cleve Commel, Good Cause, Party Prtner, Hello Interior, furnishings,records Negroes. Sheriffs depu- on to it's readers.
Hilda, Discreetly, J. A.'s Buck, Friday Fish, Copier, Happy and heating facilities. ties attacked a civil rights
Rick and Bob's Vickie. "We can not help wonder- fund-raising dance with tear Sirs

Hello Hilda and Good Cause, who were among the original ing if enemies of the Grenada gas. Hundreds of Negroes Muhammad: All apologized over TV for his conduct duringthe
favorites in the rich stakes, staged good comebacks last County Freedom Movementset I were Jailed. When public eighth round of his recent championship fight with
Saturday after appearing off form in recent efforts. Both won fire to the church," Dr. schools were Integrated in
Ernie Terrell. It was not If the American
their initial semifinal assignments four Abernathy said. "It Is only September, white usedax necessary.
by lengths, and both men public Is going to Judge a fighter's character and public
needed the points to in the natural that this. handles led and
stay running for a shot at the fi- we suspect pipes ,
image in addition to Judging his talents then it is grossly
,
nals. Some residents of the church chains to beat Negro chil-
neighborhood In Grenada dren attending the schools. unfair and unjust to fail to shed sufficient light on the many
things that contribute to a person's character. Anyone who
reported hearing sounds like This violence subsided brief-
LOTS OF ACTIVITY
THIS WEEK denounces All's Black Muslim affiliation without making
explosions when the fire ly when it was exposed to the ,
it clear beyond shadow of doubt that the Black Muslimsare
Hlaleah's $100,000 Flamingo Gulfstream started. Also, our staff mem- world. any ,
Closing, Parks'opening bers and local Negro parents a strong reaction to everything that is shameful in
Saturday bowling tournament opening Saturday for 65
America demonstrates a blatant lack of integrity. We have
and children have been subjected ,
days with 2750 contestants entered. Trotters at Tropical But when and TV '
to harrassment, reporters Black Muslims because we also have "black Christianity
Park, Orioles open spring training in full swing,and the Globe threats and terrible physical cameras left Grenada, the "black Justice," "black democracy," "black Judaism,"
Trotters at Miami Beach auditorium
March 4th. lawlessness resumed. Inside "
abuse ever since last summer "black dual-standards" and "black opportunity. In becoming -
BASEBALL IN THE AIR when the Southern Christian and outside the Integrated a priest in the Episcopal Church, I, a Negro, have
Leadership Conference be- schools, Negro pupils en- reacted to "black America" by attempting to make it
Frank Robinson, the most gan an all-out drive for dured harrassment, taunts, white (not to be confused with "whitewashing").,
is: popular player of the year and ,equality and Justice In Grenada profanities and threats from Muhammad All has been severely criticized for his alleged
fleet outfielder Paul Blair are ate ." white students, teachers,
unpatriotic statements. If more of us, black and white, spoke
work at Miami Stadium.The full Dr. Abernathy, Vice Presi- school officials, local police with equal candor, All's statements would represent an
squad reported Wednesday with dent At-Large, and Rev. An- and State troopers. In Oc- overwhelming majority. It's Just that we believe in"popular,"
% __ the exception of a few holdouts drew Young, Executive Di- tober when Negroes protested or "proper" declarations, which parallel All's Cause but
who by the weekend, will reportraring rector, currently are direct- beatings and abuse of the fail to produce his Effect.

4 to go. General manager 'ing all SCLC programs children demonstrators, more than arrested 250 I was in the U.s. Air Force for three years and receivedan
while their close were
associate
Dalton doesn't ,
Harry expect too
honorable discharge in 1949.Uncle Sam called me againto
and Jailed. In Jail, seven
SCLC President Dr Martin
much trouble in
signing them
up. the service of I wouldn't insist
country even thatI
SCLC staff members my ,
were
,Luther King Jr., is on leave
This is something that happensthe
writing a book. beaten severely, and local go in as a chaplain (who, as a rule, enjoys noncombat
start of the season. After "Our nation should be Negroes were mistreated. At status). I wouldn't even ask for time to pick up my tooth
all, the Orioles were the World aware of three impor- the schools, the pattern of brush. But that certainly doesn't mean that I relish the
very
Champs. The City of Miami. tant facts about the situationIn cruelty against Negroes con idea of cutting off my earthly career, prematurely, when I
\ Miami Dade Chamber of Com- Grenada," Dr. Abernathysaid. tinued. think it can be avoided. I have not accrued the wealth that
merce, Miami Touchdown Club SCLC programs in Gren- All presumably has, but I have accrued enough contorts,

\ and RegalBrewingCompanyare'sponsoring "First, despite our repeated ada Include school integra- skills, knowledge, spiritual depth and wealth, security and
a Welcome Champs appeals to federal, state' tion, voter 'registration, tu- happiness to want to continue enjoying them.
Luncheon at the Everglades Hotel March 7th at 12:15 p.m. and local law-enforcement torial classes on basic educa- I wish my parishioners would be a little more like All-
There will be door'priz s, autographed baseballs, game pas- ':agencies for protection In tion and citizenship, family outspoken. The universal church I serve is branded as
ses. Your ticket includes a regulation baseball cap, courtesyof Grenada, our opponents re- and health care, organization being out of date or ineffective. If it appears to be so, it
the Baltimore Orioles and Regal Beer. Tickets are $4.00. main free to threaten and in- of welfare recipients, de- is because we ministers are seldom "permitted" to deal
timidate us."Second velopment of community with significant and honest problems only with what people
HORSES TO WATCHWell this will not stop leadership, and selective choose to expose of themselves (which is pitifully little). So
our programs In Grenada. buying campaigns against All gives a grand expose of what so many of us really think
I did It again. In my last column, three of my picksran. "Third, if lawlessness prevails firms which discriminate and instead of dealing charitably with it, we clobber him.
One ran out and the other two won. Pearl Harbor won in that city, there couldbe against Negroes. The Negro We owe All an apology; he doesn't owe the public a
and paid $6.60, and Finance King paid $31.20$13.00$4.60.Not disastrous consequences."I community also raised funds damned thing (besides those disciplines we all owe a civilized
bad for a pay day. Your bank roll would be close to $300if want to make this per- for their own co-operative society). When any man climbs into a ring and risks gettinghis
you played my choices. Would you believe it, I did not havea fectly clear: It Is white people supermarket built. which'is now brains scrambled In a day when brains are valued above

cent on them myself. Been busy running around preparingmy who are responsible for vio- being'After the Bell Flower all else for our entertainment, we can ill afford to brandor
Watch next week for selections at Gulfstream. lence and disorder In Gren- Bap- humiliate
column. my him. All is everybody unrestrained. Our
in tist Church fire, SCLC setupa
ada. Lives and
property new office in Grenada,and world would be better if we had more clay pigeons to shootat
DORAL OPEN HAS BIG NAMES the danger.out Negro. community are in the programs continue. rather than the hidden terrors we face.

Alabama football coach Bear Bryant, the nation's most ,- : 'I
successful major college coach over the past decade, was .1t.
one of the stars in the Jackie Gleason Pro-Celebrity last some of the better horses.
Wednesday at Doral Country Club. There will be a six-furlong dash for three-year-olds under
Top names in the Jackie Gleason Pro-Clebrity Included allowance conditions, a race at the same distance for four- Jack's MEN'S WEAR

George Abbot Ray Anthony, Eddie Arcaro, Ray Bolger, year-olds and up and one at a mile and a sixteenth for four SEE JACK"FOR
"MR.
Joe DIMaggio, Peter Duchin, Buddy Hackett, Peter Lind and up. In this race, nominees to the $50,000 Donn Handicap

Hayes, Jack Lescoulie, Rocky Marciano, George Mira and March 11 will be given preference.In STYLES FOR ALL ACES
Weissmuller. line with Gulfstream's policy of featuring turf races
Johnny Tfc. Latest In M...'. Fallen
Very
during the coming meeting, the last two events of the day
will be contested on the infield course. Horses valued from SILK MOHAIR SUITS' HATS
DOLPHINS GOING FOR BASKETBALLThe $30,000 down to $25,000 are scheduled to clash at a mile ITALIAN 3HOU '

basketball Miami Dolphins (made up of players from and a sixteenth on the turf while in the other grass attrac- 944 NW 2nd Are. Miami, Florida
the pro football Dolphins who have become year-round residents tion, three-year-olds in the $16,000 to $14,000 category,
of Miami) have four games scheduled in the next will match strides over the mile route.ROPHIES -

fortnight against high school faculty teams.

On Wednesday evening, March 1, they meet the Christopher PLAQUES'
Columbus teachers' quintet, at the Columbus gynasium. On ,
Friday night March '3, the Dolphins will clash with the WOHD'S URCEST MFR.

Miami Beach High School faculty team, at the latter's ...BUYFKTORY-DIRECT tJjTr1A : .Ni

fleldhouse. On Wednesday evening, March 8, they will I
play the Miami Killian faculty five at the Killian gym, and on ..
Friday night, March 10, they will oppose the Fort Lauderdale -
high school faculty, at Fort Lauderdale.
So far the Dolphins have had one game, against the CoralGables

high school faculty, winning, 58-54.
Linebacker Coach Bob Pellegrini is the playercoach of
the basketball Dolphins and his squad is made up of: Joe

Auer, halfback; Willie West and Jim Warren,defensive backs;
Dave Kocourek, tight end; Gene Mingo, place-kicker; Sam
Price, halfback; Rich Zecher, defensive tackle, and Rick

Norton and George Wilson, Jr., quarterbacks.
Specialist! InjywrdMorRECREATIONATHLETICS


GULFSTREAM PARK OPENING SATURDAYWhile INDUSTRY-* FRATERNAL >w ", p RFE
HOTELSrERSONALfJlFTSImmedllU 1 i(l'""" AMU
three-year/olds will hold the center of the stageat world-wtdrd tlvnr <'NO "-h q
Gulfstream Park Saturday when the 43-day meeting begins, hw....
Phone Aril Cod 303
opening day patrons will get a wide variety of sport on the 887-7407 AeMOTTI! '..... O. IJBLF

Initial program.The 887.7407liaROPIIY
.
Hutcheson Stakes, $20,000 at seven furlongs, is the .
headliner of the card and is expected to draw a capcity field. GRLDmNC'

Phil Godfrey's Biller, twice a stakes winner in Florida this .

season, looms the likely favorite.In 400 N.W.77t" Av.O.In 111
addition to the stakes, Racing Secretary Edward C. ,Timiaml. Station. Muml..'la.33144 :

McKinsey has listed three allowance.races.designed to bring : a, ,.to ,., t.. e, -

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1 THE MIAMI' TIMES, Friday, March 3,
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1 The Community Improvement Association

'j I 'J. PresentsANNIVERSARY COCKTAIL HOUR Open Sunday 3-6 PM

Sunday, March 19, 1967 6.00: 10 pra. 1360 NW 88 STREET
BAYFRONT PARK AUDITORIUM
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Music By Very nice CBS home, 3 bedroom, 2 bath,
Johnny K and The DynamitesPlus
Floor Show Fla room, front porch, carport. :

COLOR TV CONSOLE DOOR PRIZE -

Adv$200 At Door _.. ..... $2.50(
4 Winner Need Not Be Present aii

For seat reservations contact John Davis, NE 4.1290,
P. Wallace, NE 4-6064, R. Smith, PL 70455. Also !
tickets may be purchased from any member of the
organisation! C. Reeves, 6851 NW 13th Ave. 691. cLAaItY !
0421, B. O'Berry, 1295 NW list St., 696.2538, C.O. !
Young, 1254 NW 71st Terr., 691.1455, P. Farrington,
4530 NW 27th Ave., NE 3.9125, J. Nash, 1128 NW' i
61st St., PL 8.3175, R. Whit., 1858 NW 56th St.,
634.5638, R. Smith, PL 7.0455, V. Davis, 1819 NW
58th St., NE 4-1290, P. Wallace, 2940 NW 51st Terr., 13906 NW 7th Ave. i
N E 46064.
685-0021 OR 947-1111 1 EVENINGS

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No Red Tape BRING ..RESULTSlmiB'sBesf
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Willie Sims, son of Rev. He was made president of the In
and Mrs. W. E. Sims of New the student bodyat Kilmer Job Move Right I
Hope Baptist Church recently Corp center. Shown with the ,,
graduated from Camp Kilmer, 10,000th visitor, Sims was BVi'S
New Jersey Job Corps center. visited at the camp last summer NO QUALIFYING
Sims was recruited in early by Miss Frances Henderson \ : ; \
1966 by the Liberty City who recruited him to Job
Neibhborhood Center, EOPI. Corps.
See-Call Owner OPEN SUNDAY -


I Rev. Papandrew to I 4232 NW II PLACE 830 NW SELLER 83rd T.rr PAYS- ALL Modern CLOSING 3 bedroom COSTS, 2 bath,

3 bedroom, Fla. room, porch, carport, com- CBS. Large Fla room, tile roof, awnings, awn
Speak at Peace Center pletely painted. Floors finished. A real ing windows, separate storage room, air conditioners .
stove refrigerator. FHA price $14,500
At the Peace Center,2120W. with the Rev. Martin Luther beauty. $450 down and $90.12 per month.
l Flagler St.,onSunday evening, King, Jr., and is associate
I March 5th at 8 p.m., the Rev. chairman of the local chapterof 1025 NW 28 AVENUE SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
John Papandrew,'minister of Southern Christian Leader-
the First Unitarian Church of ship Conference,the group responsible 3 bedrooms, 1ft bathCBS, like new, com- Like new 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS in Allapattaharea.
f Miami, will speak on"Cyber- for the recent tight- pletely fenced, large dining room, large Tile roof, awning windows, large formica
I kitchen, modern bathroom, expensive wallto
,
very
netics and Automation. ening of the minimum housing
Rev. Papandrew Is well- code with regard to apart- kitchen, huge lot, hurry for this. wall carpeting and drapes, like new stove,
known locally for his energetic ments. refrigerator and dishwasher, swimming pool and
and vocal support of civil The program Is sponsored by 339 NW 39 STREET fenced yard. A better home at $18,000 FHA with
liberties, and for personal The Greater Miami Chapter of CBS bargain. See and call for lows low $800 down and $110.33 month.
Involvement In many racial the American Humanist Asso-
struggles throughout the ciation, and is open to the price. 2 large bedrooms, large living and SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS

south. He has worked closely public, admission free. dining room, tile bath, large porch, save 2350 NW 162nd St. Bunche Park Bargain. Like

$$ Dollars;$$. new 2 bedroom CBS, awning windows, large lot,
freshly painted inside and out. Price only $8,500,
Cultural Program InBayfront with $300 d own and $56.20 month, FHA. vacant.

I Call Owner 758-8749 We have keys.SELLER.
Park SundayA
PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS

I Large duplex in Allapattah area. Corner CBS,
varied program will be assessor, Bruce Hill, will be
2 bedrooms each side tile roof.Owner .
on appliances,
presented under the sponsor- master of ceremonies. Hill \,
ship of the City of Miami as is known throughout Floridafor tM WIn will paint inside and out, refinish floors,
the Sunday Evenings Under his extensive religious Put Your Queen make like new .FHA price $16,000 with $600
the Stars presents another work as a layman and also down and $98.78 month.
program in its second seasonin for his tenor singing.The One Of Our Castles
the Miami Bayfront Park program will Include SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS

Bandshell at 7:45p.m.Sunday. renditions by three musical Homes For As Little As 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS, tile roof, carport, central
Miami's mayor, Robert King groups, a male chorus, a female heating, awnings, appliances, fenced yard, large
High, will speak on senior chorus, and an instru-
centers and the city's tax mental group. $100 Down picture window. Price $15,000, $450 down,
$93.33 month.
Sunday Evenings Under the
Stars, startingearlyeachJanuary WATERFRONT BEAUTY
SELLER PAYS ALL COSTSLovely
provides examples of Corner 2 bedroom, carport, screened, patio. FHA
the varied cultural and reli- terms 8450 NW 10th Avenue. 3 bedroom, CBS, Fla room, (can be used
gious groups that give Miamiits for 4th bedroom) enclosed front porch, carport,
many sided stamina. tile roof, 2 reverse cycle air conditioners, wallto
I SUCK BLACKDOUBLE 2 bedroom pool home, enclosed garage, $600 wall carpeting, laundry room, extra deep lot.'
ACTIONCOLORSGRAYHAIRMACK down, FHA. FHA prlc.$15,000S450 down and $93.33 month.'
/ 1431 NW 89 STREETCute

2DRESSESHAIRINPLACEFOR TRY, TRUST AND 2 bedroom, appliances, jo I. porch, garage. SELLER PAYS 1/2 CLCSING COSTS

r% PROVE THIS IF YOU Only $12,800. FHA bargain in new area 160 NW 68th St. Car-

LAKE FRONT HOME port, awnings, tile roof, appliances, fencedyard,
ARE AGED. THEN YOU wall to wall carpeting. Bargain at $10,800 with
3 bedroom, 2 bath, lake front home
ARE PRECIOUS no qualify $350 down and $67.03 month.
IN ing. $3500 down.
RENT OUR SIGHT.A NO RED TAPE MOVE RIGHT IN

( 1421 NW 88 STREET Modern 3 bedroom CBS, carport, awnings, jalousie -
Large 3 bedroom, furn. 2 bedroom, screened porch, carport. Only $12,500. windows, sprinkler system. $1,000 down
house, wall to wall carpeting HOME FOR YOU and take over FHA mortgage of $10,790 at 514% In-
electric kitchen. 810 NW 83 TERRACE terest. $82.67 month pays everything. Move inl
Beautiful 3 bedroom, air conditioner and stove.No .
Large jalousled porch. qualifying. NO RED TAPE MOVE RIGHT IN

Adults, no pets. $110a CALL MRS. WILS ON North Miami' Beach 1530 HE 151st Terrace.

month 7549450. 572 INCOME PROPERTY Like new, large 4 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS beauty,
NW 51st Street. 69 I-265m 216 NW 51 STREET tile roof, awning windows, built-in kitchen, opplionces. -
3 units, good location. Total price $10,500. Price $15,500, $1,000 down and $110
'month pays all. Vacant. We have key.
511 NW 34 STREET
-- Duplex, total price; only $10,000.WE WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES -

YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR
SPECIALIZE IN HOMES FOR PERSONS
$100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING
INCOME PROPERTY BEING DISPLACED BYURBAN RENEWAL. ALSO
WE HAVE
THEM! THE VA AND FHA PROGRAM. DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFYWE

DUPLEXES AND MULTIPLE UNITS -King Realty Inc. HAVE INCOME PROPERTIES, TOOl

-.. BIG RETURNS ON MODEST INVESTMENTS. of Miami, Realtor Life" "y Realty a;; ii1;


,LIFE REALTY, Broker 8000 'NW 7 Ave.
,4932 NW 7th Ave PL 9-4371 1 1"I
4932 NW 7th AVENUE -' PL 9.4371 ,' :.
PL ;" ; f. 'f t.r.fJlWJ ;;
Open Nlfes and Sundays! ,;t 1-9708 W nPf1! }Days Per Weeks--Evenings! .Too
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-c""; '.<" \I'.E' ,I"'S''' 5' I '1 ,,>' ,.\., ,,.,h'i r.' FOR RENT
'. I F' 1'i'E' A 'D" 51 <
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.!. ),: ')li,! house 346 NW for 51st nice St. Lovely family.front$26 Schoeler/ / Shell Service '

15 WORDS 2iPSlia' 5C FOR ADDITIONAL WORD. week. Liberty Rental Agency.
Call 633-7809, 2020
DEADLINE NW 62nd
No.2
CLASSIFIED ADS WEDNESDAY NOON Street.
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FOR SALE FOR SALE 1611 NW 40th St. (side en-
FOR SALEA trance). Nice small 2 bed- 5343 NW 7 Ave.
420 NW 42nd Street CDS, 3 duplexes, excellent loca- hot deal. Waterfront! CBS. room duplex. Liberty Rental tltr1.h( 1 ,
2 bedroom, extra room, can tions. Good deals. Call Bro- 3 bedroom plus garage. Will Agency, $19 per week. 2020 .
used third ker, Martin be NW 62nd St. call 633-7809. \\ MERCHANTS"
be as bedroom, M. Berney, 624- painted-entire exterior. .
enclosed garage, tile roof, 6983. FHA terms $600 down pay- ---- .... ", Gw. M..nl'
ment. Seller Nice 2 bed. CBS apt. $22. .
pays closing
FHA $13,500.00. No
closing $100 Down costs. Location is9251 Little Vcrymce 1 bed. apt. CBS .. GREEN .AMPS nn'tIta, M.a
closts, $450.00 down, $89.56 2-3-4 Payments River Blvd. (14th Ave. N.W.) Duplex $19. 1;<. I,,/.... '
monthly, In new condition, bedroom CBS like new. Will be open for your inspection CBS, 1 bed. Apt. $17.50.
don't wait. Aetna Realty, Anyone can buy, vets or non- Sunday 1-6 p.m. Fenster Good, 2 bed. rear house. $20. !, : Days Oily March 2345

Broker, 811 NW 54th St.,757- vets. Payments from $59 mo. Realty, Broker, PL 9-8779. Downtown location-CBS, 1 1Ij\1fi\ ,;:w THURS.FRI.SAT.SUNMerchants .
5724. Open 7 days. pays all. One mortgage. Call --- bed. apt. $14. ?.tit.. scat--isr test tsr sett- sar'sas iaa tssnrs sir ssrrr tes
now we have the EYS. Tip Attention: Business corner Effcy Apt., furnished $13..
1360 NW 51st Terrace, CBS Top Realty, 685-0021. 13906 with 2 story building with Very large house $25.
NW 7th Ave. beautiful apartment, 2 bedroom Small, 2 bed. duplex. $20. 200 EXTRAY'
2 bedroom, oak floors, tile could also be converted to a CBS, large 1 bed. apt. $17.50. I :
roof, enclosed front porch, church, plus extra lot. Drive )
flu $11,200.00. No closing Chev. "'59 Impala, 4 door se- by 1290 NW 54th st. Look Come into our office = Green Stamps!
costs. $350.00 down, $69.60 dan. In perfect running con- around then call Fenster Realty Liberty Rental Agency, 2020 1
monthly. Be first!! Aetna t dition. Power drive, radio and PL 9-8779. NW 62nd St. Call 6337809.CHILDCARE = With Fillup :\

Realty, Broker, 811 NW 54th heater. Low mileage. Widow 1 Ml

St.days., Phone 757-5724. Open 7 St.must 691-1503.sell. 2328 Private NW owner.105th FOR RENT .:;; of 8 or More Gallons !

Sacrifice for $200.Allapattah 566 NW 22nd Street, one-bed- Infant and toddle day care in 1<1 _WITH THIS COUPON J-

87th Street and 25th Ave. 100 room duplex apartment, unfurnished my home. Will take very good f. . _...__ ___. ....
by 150 lot, 2 bedroom, CBS, Drive Area weekly rent $18. care of your child. Phone :,
by 1240 NW 31st
just
FHA $12,800.00. No 759-8335.
closing painted, 2 bedroom, CBStotal Immediate occupancy. Key at
costs, $400.00 down, $79.54 $10,500 with $350 down, FHA front apartment.. Call Betty tN4zz
monthly, this one will go today $78 month pays all. A. Ben- Gross, 444-6126, evenings:HI
call Aetna Realty, Broker Karl, Realtor, anytime, 751- 8-2824. HELP WANTEDNo tTANN. 6/1tN TAN1 NLfN TAMIh
811 NW 54th St., phone: 2243.T
757-5724. Open 7 days. House, unfurn. Adults only. experience. Will trainmento
Income $$$ No children, lovely one bed- be pest control servicemen. jar jm wwmmmmm t
960 NW 89th Street. No quali- Drive by 6932 N. Miami Ave., room, one bath, CBS. Modern Guaranteed $300$350permo.plus :
2 bedroom 3 units, live In 3 bedroom and commission fringe bene- 500 iiil I Iy
fying, gorgeous rent the 2 units, good area, kitchen. $20 a week plus uti- I!
oak floors, tile roof, garage need some cash down, make lities. Located 1870 NW 90th fits. Apply in person. Equal

stove, refrigerator, centrIheat offers. Call A. Ben-Kori, Realtor St. Call 277. opportunity employer National S Merchants Green ;
asking 1450000. anytime 7512243. Exterminators, Inc. y: Stamps p i,
Terms to suit you. Call Aet- ---- Room in nice home near bus 3990 NW 30th Ave. 634-9744.

na Realty, Broker, 811 NW Edison Area stop. 2531 NW 55th St. 691- With Lib, p]
54th Street, phone: 757-5724. Drive by 4755 NW 5th Ave. 6432. Men or women, to represent '
7 Nice corner, 2 bedroom CBS, National Reference set. Locally -
Open days.A
Oil and Filter
$400$12,500 down FHA, vets terms$100. total.This in your area. Must have : | Change, ;,1
Is Beautiful' room, quiet neigh- at least two years of college. ry n '
great house at a great bar- very nice. A. Ben-Kori, WITH THIS COUPON
gain. Like new. 3 bedroom, Realtor, anytime, 7512243. borhood for nice clean per- Can be full or part time. Call ..rM..ch.n1.1A
7596026.A Mr. Starr 379-0039 for
son, ap-
Fla. oak floors
room, no
2
Homes portment. An educational
program -
qualifying. All you need Is Drive by 1875 NW 90th
st. In highly recommendedwith
very lovely room private
: NMM
75S4011Rd
1951 NW 152nd St.
money. Completely fenced
,
lovely
home with all privileges In extreme pride by Com- GMt t 'N.TAMIi
235-2958. big 2 bedroom, 2 bath,
cus-

Beautiful, 3 bedroom, 1 bath rear Value tom built 1 $21.000'sellinl bedroom., living room verv, 18x38 nice.for the 1428.Opa-locka area. NA 1- Donald missioner T. Gibson Wheeler, Dr.Athalie John Jones.Range 0.Brown, Fr., r, l Service Open 24 fairs 1

CBS, carport, utility room
,
$18,000 FHA terms. Key at Can be 2 bedroom.Downstairsapt.
almost like new, large lot. office, A. Ben-Karl, Realtor, 2.418 week. Partly turn. Barber wanted. Beck's Bar-
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Good down payment required. anytime, 151-2243 j 653 NW 27th St. 373-7973. ber Shop, 6612'NW 18m'Ave. br
Take over payments of $80 OUR CLASSIFIED ADS
per month.See at 2350 NW 89th Edison Area ,)
Room in private home. 754- Beauty operator wanted. NE
St. No qualifying, no closing Drive by 5661 NW 6th Ave.
cost. Call broker, Martin M. Custom built, 2 bedroom, 2 8174. Lady or gentleman. 4-3337.
bath. Fla BRING RESULTS
room. earaee. lane
Berney 624-6983. -
lot, key at office, ace this 1 bedroom apt. adults only.
one inside. You will like. Phone 681-7001, Opa-locka. FICTITIOUS NOTICE
3 bedroom, 1 bath, Fla room, Total $15,000 FHA. $450 _
CBS. Refurnished, low down down. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, Notice of Intention to Register -
1 bedroom Nice location
apt. Trade Name.
payment. No qualifying. See anytime, 7512243.No
------ 4619 SW 20th St.,Carver Ran NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
at 2020 NW 71st St. Call
Qualifying ches location. 754-0977. that the undersigned engaging
Broker, Martin M. Berney, Drive by 626 NW' 47th St. In business under ,the name EDISON 1 1 SpecialsOPEN
624-6983. $500 down for this clean
of JanltorialServlce
Nice convenient loca- Integrity ,
room,
corner, 2 bedroom, partly furnished -
1043 NW 76th St. Miami
tion. Nice settle ladypreferr- ,
carpeted in bedrooms.
2108 NW 86th St. $350 down
intends to
Fla., register the
Terms arr anled. A. Ben-Kori, ed. 751-0294.
$11,000 total. 2 bedroom,CBS Realtor, anytime, 7512243. said name with the clerk of AFTER 2 P.M. SUNDAY

large workshop,fenced,work- --- i the Circuit Court of Dade 8915 NW 9 AVENUECBS
shop, fenced, kitchen furnished. Immaculate 2 bedroom duplex. Furn. or ,County, Fla. and with the Office ..,
Mary Dooley, Realtor, Drive by 845 NW 83rd Terr. unfurn. Near NW 22nd Ave. j of the Secretary of State. tilt roof, Flo room, garage, central heat,
666-6158. Just like new, beautiful wood and 41st St. $70 to $80 per Signed: well, pump, sprinkler Beautiful neighborhood,
floors, lovely big Fla room. month. Hubson Broker, 947- Isaac James $450 down, FHA. No doting cost.
$450 down FHA terms. A.
NW Section CBS home by 6848.
Ben-Kori, Realtor, anytime, (March 24)
owner. 2 bedroom, living 7512243. DRIVE BY THESE THEN CALL EDISON

room, large Fla room,expec- -
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tion Invited. 757-6507. $90 Month Room. 2141 NW 70th St.Phone WMBM ((1)I ) 1461 NW 92nd St. Big, big CBS home with

Pays *,!!. Drive by 8740 NW 691-6590. 1490 On Your Dial ]Hi bath, tile roof, Fla. roomextra largo garage
$100 Down Payments 15th Ave. Pretty oak floors, BLANCHE 75x100 lot. $16,000 FHA tirms. This Is something -
2-3-4 bedroom CBS like new. tile roof, Fla porch. Nice fa- Modern apt. also effcy. Near PRESENTS CALLOWAY extra nice, has fenced rear yard. Carpet-
$400 dn.
mily 12300.
Anyone can buy, ets or non- area. everything. Furn. 739 NW 77th Ing.
FHA. A. Ben-v-ori, Realtor
vets, Payments from $59 mo. anytime, 7512243. Terr. PROGRESS REPORT

pays all, one mortgage. Call ---- 1 Times Daily ((2)) 800 NW 44th St. CBS on large corner lot

now, we have the keys. Tip 2 nice Dade County Pine 8 a.uu, 1:55 and 10 plus another lot on 8th A e No qualifying, oik-
p.m.
Top Realty, 685-0021. 13906 Homes on 1 lot. Good deal for Room In private home. Single Ing $3,000 down. Fla room ,and garage.
NW 7th Avenue. people selling their homes to gentleman, no drinkers. Good
urban renewal or ex-way. location. 635-0276. 1st Place home $250 down
((3)) 6520 NW CBS ,
Four lots, 15, 16, 17, 18, then Drive call by 351 Fenster NW 45th Realty St., NOW OPENPRINCE'S FHA. Ho closing cost. $86 per month pays every

Block 52 In Inlet City, Riviera Broker, PL 9-8779. Furn., private front room. thing. This is an exceptionally convenient .,11
Beach. Sold free of all ---- Men only. FR 4-2213. Down- neighborhood.
encumbrances. Consult H.Es. 3 bedroom, CBS, 2 bath, town section.
Reeves, c/o The Miami carport, tile roof, bank financing ((4)) 835 NW 84th St. CBS, $300 down FHA. No
Times, 6530 NW 15th Ave., only. So if you have a closing cost. County taxes only. $92 per month
Miami, Fla. 33147. substantial down paymentyou 1 bedroom duplex, 1121 NW everything.
pays
could obtain a mortgage 51st St., $20 weekly. 7950
from bank. Drive by 1240 Pit
any
$100 Down Payments NW 88th St. Then call Fens- NW 13th Ct. 422 weekly. 3155 ((5)) 577 NW 47th partly'furn.
234bedroom CBS like new. ter Realty, PL 9-8779. NW 70th St., $22 weekly. Dix 2 air conditioners. $75006total price.
Anyone can buy, vets or non- ---- ie Rental agency. 3203 NW Bar-B-Q
vets. Payments from $59 mo. 2 bedroom, 1 bath, pool and 17th AVE. 6332429. ((6)) Wo havt some nice duplexes on FHA terms.
patio home, beautiful area,
pays all. One mortgage. Call
nicely landscaped, large lot, R.1'ot' of 167 NW 48th St.50x120.WE .
((7)) just west
now we have the keys. Tip FHA terms. $600 down, good 1 bedroom apt. 6837 NW 6th 27th Ave.
Top Realty, 685-0021. 13906 terms. Call for appt. Fenster Ave. $16 weekly. 1700 NW
NW 7th Ave. Realty, Broker, PL 9-8779. 58th St., 416.50 with free HAVE MANY HOMES AND DUPLEXES,
---- gas. 1800 NW 79th St., $18 FHA TERMS OR NO QUAL! FYiNG.

Lovely 3 bedroom,CBS,North 2 bedrooms, 2 bath of, beautiful weekly. Dixie Rental Agency & 46th St. YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR
finest -
area
Fla room, garage
Miami Beach modern kitchen 3203 NW 17th Ave. 633-
beautifully landscaped, $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING
carport. Only $35down.. $71 for 3 2429. BEST HICKORY
even large enough a OISPLACEDAND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY.
per month. Just recently bedroom home. Call for appt. '"
painted inside and out. Looks only. FHA terms. Fenster 2 bedroom house, 1759 NW COOKED RIBS "

like new. Roy Rotter,Realtor, ,Realty, Broker, PL 9-8779. 43rd St., $25 weekly. 7621 ANDCHICKEN :EDISON I [RIAtJYr Realtor* '
949-7476. ----- NW 6th Ct. $2- weekly. Di- ,
3 bedroom, 1 bath, arporte,
--- I large lot, large Fla rooma IN TOWN 115 H tf '
W 5
62 *
,151.244l
Sliding glass door,matreUeI, beauty, FHA terms. $450 dn. NW 6th Ct. $20 weekly. Dix- '
t sprints, odd-ends. phone: Call on this one now. Fenster ie Rental Agency, 3203 NW
635-3752. after.4 .p.m.M. .3). Realty, Broke, 'PL 9-8779. .,17th'Ave. 33-2429. '

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20 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 3, 1967
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Conyers Questions Unprecedented Gilchrists Celebrate 60th Anniversary .

I of 1116 and former neighbor, Mrs. longevity of this mar r i a g e.
Mamie Mallory
Mrs. from Detroit Mrs. Gilchrist she
Lena Cass, says took
J entertained
Punishment For PowellCongressman NW 51st Terrace Gllchrist Michigan, was here also. A her marriage vows very seriously -
Mr. and Mrs. D. D.
and
AnnI- lovely dinner was enjoyed by every day was not
their 60th Wedding
on
always sunny, but she doen't
be denied their Most of the family
stituents would
versary. all.Congratulatory
John Conyers, speecheswere regret each day she and Mr.
he examine the witnesses against and lots of
constitutional
rights were were present
Jr. (Dem-Michigan) who wasa made by all present. Gilchrist has spent with each
not seated," said Conyers."I him; that at no time did he friends, also. An old friend
know the other. Mr. Gilchrist
member of the nine-man Everyone wanted to sanction-
feel that Mr. Powell had been
do not feel that the Committee
-
Select Committee named by one of theGoes ed It.
secret, if there was ,
in his actions
John McCormack to should further contuse disrespectful A/3C JOHN K. HADLEY TO
Speaker
investigate the right of Adam the issue by combining two towards Congress the and Committee that the or puni-the ATTEND AIR POLICE SCHOOl I : = ; ;
Clayton Powell to take his grave constitutional ques- ; ,1' : Theme: Jabber ck J"s">
seat in the House of Repre- tions. Mr. Powell's conduct tive) measures recommendedby A/3C John K. Haldey, son ""':,, I ,, ; .,
declared "I while a Member of CongressIs the Commltteewereunpre- of Mr.and Mrs. Ernest Hadley, ,>. Mod" .' ,
sentatives today ,
a totally different and separate cedented in the history of the Sr. of 1181 NW 29th St., I. :
fully agree with and supportthe "A review of all has completed his basic training -
Congress. ( 23
Committee's recommen- issue from his right to at Lackland Air Force MARCH 19&,1"I
misconduct
of
dation that Mr. Powell be allowed Member be seated.is beyond The conduct the of a brought cases before alleged the House and Base, San Antonio, Texas. \\I NORTHWESTERN SENIOR HIGH ',:y;:: :....,: '
his seat. The purvue The airman, a 1966 gra-
take
to and carefully of a committee specifically set Senate indicates that punish- duate of Booker T. Washington I I 'i;;" DELTA SIGMA THETA, I\:;" ':, :',: ":i'
Committee '
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he should be seated." sure," declared Conyers. selected to attend Air Police t', ,I" 7:30 P.M."ADMISSION.. ."i!: I I,. ';.':!I.'I'k "
York's 18th "
,, people of New for Tech School where he will ,:
In his additional statement, "There Is no precedent ',f "" ", nAif '
District to representation in Congressman Conyers pointedout the removal of accumulated be trained as an air policeman : : ." i, &:+/V, 'I" <,i,<< i1\I'.,E I'.i
the House of Representativesand afterwhich, he will be '
that Mr. Powell and his seniority combined with a monetary ') :*': ;, Children gjl Jt(1i{
decided that because any attorneys should have been assessment as has been be stationed in England for $ XJuIts $1.00, *- ,!
duty.
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