The Miami times
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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: March 10, 1967
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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44, No. 29 THE MIAMI TIMES, FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1967 20 PAGES -15d


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f t.,(Miami Hesitates utMetro 1

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t "l k over_ of Public Housing

Dade County's urban renewal show that progress has been ing and code enforcement.
2A efforts were criticized Mon- nowhere near the county's Homer agreed that urban renewal -
day by Mayor Robert King commitment to u ban renewal was lagging, but said
High, and concern was expressed ," declared the mayor.He that is the major reason why
that the city public said the county record in he Is seeking the reorgani-
housing agency will become this area "does not merit the zation.
similarly "mediocre" If Me- assumption" that Metro woulddo Miami Housing Director Ha-
tro takes it over. a more efficient job with ley Sofge is slated to head the
The city commissioners, at public housing. new setup. Myron Left, renewal -
High's request told City Attorney On first reading Monday,Me- agency director, might
Jack Rice to study the tro commissioners approveda lose his job.
7 1' legality of the proposal for proposal by County Manager High praised Sofge and his
the county to takeover the Porter Homer for a county- 30-year-old organization,
Miami Housing Authority. wide Department of Housingand and said Metro could Increasethe
They also asked for a "pro- Urban Development Including housing authority effectiveness -
gress report" on all urban the city housing agen- by expanding its jurisdiction -
renewal projects since Me- cy, the Dade Urban Renewal countywide insteadof
tro stepped in. Agency, and other units deal- incorporating it into a new
"I'm sure the report will ing with slum clearance,hous- county department. ,

-- Detectives Pay fight i

Beauteous Debbie/ Reynolds took time out from her nightclub engagement at the
Eden Roc hotel to greet girl scout Lydia Fields of Troop 409. Debbie is a scout leader

I herself when she's not making movies or on the stage, and has been named Hono- Nearing Solution
rary National Piper. Lydia is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Fields of 1035 -
NW ,59fh Street.
City Commissioners decided bers of the detective squad.
C Monday that nine Negro policemen The courts and the City Civil

Northwest s delts Win who did plainclothes Service Board repeatedly rejected
detective work for the City of their request.
Miami 14 years, will get de- However, the commissioners
I tectives' pay.Although agreed to ask the board to set-
Fight to Save Homes they had not taken up the new category of"Police

the sergeants examination,the Investigator" for the men and
I lilt is legal to give up a build three. 12-classroom Ing, 22 portable buildings ana sergeant because r they have' parable to that of regular de-
II piece of land at Manor Park "little schools"'nearAlI .pat- seven classrooms in a church done the same work as mem- tectives.
the Miami commissioners tah Elementary; Schools, but
agreed Monday to let the Dade Negro residents, wno baa DOt ,. LEOLA PIEZE
School Board build an experi- been In the area very long, <_?" ,1. "
I : ',. : DIES HERE
mental school there. complained that the board : :J!
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The Board had planned to would destroy their homes on ,, Services for Mrs. Leola
three sites. The Commissioners Pieze, daughter of Mrs.
hope to settle the dispute ., yO' George (Vera) Smith and the
between the board and the residents ,,"''I.'" late Edmond Mackey will be

by this move. !""CII.If held at 10 a.m. Saturday at
Under the plan, the board the Episcopal Church of the
would give up two of the three Incarnation, with the Range
sites and drop one of the Funeral Home officiating. She
schools in return for enough died Saturday, March 4 at Mt.
land in the city park to build s Sinai Hospital.

one school. Mrs. Pieze, a native Mia-
If the citylawdepartmentdecides mian, graduated from BTW
it is legal, the board 74 High School and Florida A&M
would give the city the sites 1 VS L University where she was em-
it has acquired on NW 47th ( E ployed as secretary for the
Ter. at Eight Ave. and 11th purchasing department for 17
Ave. but retain land on NW ad years.
45th St. at 11th Court for a She was the wife of the late
lis s.y.y '
second school. Elliott J. Pieze. Leola was
Manor Park is adjacent to an active member of St.
Allapattah Elementary and junior Michael's Episcopal Church,
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n high schools at NW 50th Tallahassee.
Former Associate Municipal Hotel Commission
St. and 12th Ave. Closes Survivors include her mother
Judge of Opa-locka, James W.
Matthews the first Negro to The commissioners were Mrs. Vera Smith; stepfather -
Assistant United told by Board Attorney George Mr. George Smith;
serve as an
B 011 e s that the additional three sisters, Angie Mackey,
States Attorney in the South, Slum
has announced his resignationafter classrooms are needed to relieve ApartmentsThe Fredericka Bruton, Winifred
severe overcrowding at Rolle four brothers Oliver
two in the Miami ; ,
years ......
Allapattah Elementary.Hesaid Miller: Rev. Arthur .
office to return to the private
the school was built for local district supervisorof During the weekend, the Mia- resources to rehouse them. ra, Betram Maura
practice of Matthews law. who with 1,080 pupils,but It is actually < the Florida Hotel and Res- mi Housing Authority workers They got the message." aunt, Mrs. Julia Johnson.Democrats AV1iiUII
Attorney serving about 2,300 by send-I taurant Commission said were able to relocate 13 of the
his wife, Hazel, returned recently ing sixth graders to the junior ]Monday that squalor of the Liberty displaced families in public Hire Bob Carroll
from Washington, D.C. high, busing six classes to 1 Arms Apartments is the housing. By Monday, the other as
where be was admitted to Miami Beach schools and us- :rule, and not the exception, tenants found homes with the I
practice before the United in J Miami Negro districts.The aid of the Liberty City EOPI Director of Minority Groups
States Supreme Court upon the i office and the Christian Com- .
Pat Thomas, chairman ofthe "Mr. Carroll's duties will be
v- motion of the Solicitor General observation was made munity Service Agency.At .
Thurgood Marshall, will locate 1 by Jerry Robinson, who supervises Florida Democratic Exe- that of developing a continuing
a meeting on Monday
his offices at 5022 NW 7th 1 14,500 licensees in cutive Committee, announcedthat program to insure minority
i Robinson and Miami Housing Bob Carroll has been participation in the Democratic
Avenue.In Boy Killed 1 Dade and Monroe Countiesas appointed group -
addition to his represen- he affirmed that his inves- Authority Director Haley Director of Minority Party at all levels of
ting the United States as an Willie Aringtonafour-year-;j tigators will crack down on Sofge worked out a programto Group Relations for the State Party activity", Mr. Thomas
expedite similar relocation
Assistant for killed on Wed- of Florida. stated.
U. S. Attorney old boy, was violators.
the past two Attorney when a car backed needs. Robinson accepted an Carroll, a native Floridian,
years, nesday
Invitation to join the Inter- The new director said "The
Matthews serves as member over him in the parking lot Hotel and Restaurant Com- has been active In party poli- ,
of the Community Relations of a laundry, police reported. I i missioner A. R. Brautigam Agency Committee, a seven tics for several years. He is job is certainly a challenge.
Board and as a member and The child was waiting for his I i made an inspection tour of the ;agency group involved in relocation a resident of Sarasota wherehe I feel that minority groups
Secretary to the Board of Directors mother, Mrs. Addle Arring- ::area last week,and was shocked problems. is a Commissioner on the will certainly see this newel-
of EOPL. ton, 2304 NW 71st Lane, who I< when he got a first hand look Sofge and Robinson agreed Sarasota Housing Authority fort by the Democratic Partyas
In addition to several profes- was in the laundry at 6600 :at the Liberty Arms, a UI I sional organizations and associations NW 22nd Avenue. I shaped apartment house on 1 has proved to Negroes Involved Community Goals Commis- their support In the past as
1 NW 17th that the community Is sion. well as a genuine concern for
Mr. Matthews is a Leroy Henderson, 19, of Ave., between 69th
member of the Alpha Phi Alpha 1830 NW 3rd Ave., backed Terr and 70th St. He suspended , fraternity and a member of the his car without looking, poI the license of the place j'tions. duate work at Yale Univer- groups in the party
vestry of the Church of the In- lice said. He was charged with i immediately and had the building Sofge said, "In short, they sity, Columbia University and structure" throughout the
carnation. improper backing. boarded up. saw the community muster the the University of Connecticut. state.



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Metro 'S fi.jf. .i Oli1 to Open For apnea Swimminn. Bunche The pools Park involved Pool) aretriw lBlNw ,3! mY tr n t:,Nor1fOOt1"9l01 14tf\ttt- :
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The Metropolitan Dade County tar in the spring, the pools mits, in the evenings. Learn- ty and other programs will 10100 SW 200th Street; Little Pool, 14375 >Dflvefnt-
I Park and Recreation De- will be open Saturdays andSundays to-Swim,Synchronized Swim- also be offered to the publicin River Pool, 10525 NW 24th pica Estates Pool, 10201 SW
partment announces the openIng when the weather per- ming, Lifesaving,Water Safe the latter part of spring. Avenue; Myrtle Grove Pool, 48th Street.
.of.their; swimming poolslocated
throughout me county.
The seven pools will be open

to the, March public 6th beginning from 9 Monday a.m.- Let's All Vote and Elect Our Man

until Noon and 1 to 5 p.m.,
Monday through Friday. La-


Booker T. Washington
Community School has declared .
an emergency for 20
men immediately. It is im- STONE SENATOR
perative that the men in the
community who have a faith
in human beings and who are
willing to lend-a-hand step
forward to answer this call
to duty. Call Cliff Matthews
Community School director at Everyone.
booker T.Washington FR 7- .
2536 any school day after
3:30 p.m. If you forget to
call, you are called to dutyon
next Thursday night at

r 8 p.m.'in Room 112. r .. Anywhere ( .

?* ra In Dade


County Can

o rt,

Vote For

,Rev. I. C. Mickins, for "
17 years, the pastor of Mt. STONE
Olivette Baptist Church; has
recently become associated
with the real estate firm of
Seymour M. Roth, located at J
14570 NW 27th Avenue.
Rev. Mickins is a graduate ,.
of the Cecelia Brooks 1y .
Real Estate School, of Miami
Beach, and has passed Florida This TuesdayMarch
Real Estate commissionBoard.
For a good deal in
residential property, com-
mercial property or vacant 14
lots, contact Rev.Mickins at

681-3515 or 634-0500. _____

Auto Insurance *********************
Liability Physical

Ont 22 Refused FilingNo The Fighting Former City Attorney Who .

GOOD Finance DRIVERSNo Charge Has Continually Carried The Banner For

as little as

AT IS'DOWN SHELL'S CITY tower Insurance and Utility Rates lower Milk

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5941 NW 7trr Avenue,

City Commissioner Athalie

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"Racial prejudice was clearlyand the emotional furor regarding years of seniority.Conyers e during recent 'of the law and recoveryc4mJs-I
unquestionably a significant Powell in which prejudice filed an additional statement, Congress'i''J Congress has not appropriated funds Is some-
factor in the vote of the played such a large part. along with the committee report formally cen- thing that Congress has always -
to Punishment of a felt was the Constitu- 1
House of Representatives last objecting these unusual
week On the floor of alleged violations tional function of the courts.
to keep Adam Powell The special House Committee punishments.
from being sworn in thoughhe of which Conyers was the the House of Representativeshe
had met all of the Con- only Negro member, unani- also attempted to offer an Named Desire" At International
stitutional requirements,"today mously recommended that Po- amendment eliminating these
stated Congressman John well be seated after careful "unprecedented and unconsti- open- Ian as Mitch. They and the ring a run in January at Miami
Conyers, Dem-Michigan). consideration of the facts in tutional punishments" but he of the strong supporting cast have Lalkes. The sets, costumes, !
"Some members voted against the case and the Constitutionallaw. was unsuccessful. drawn kudos from newspaper and lighting have been designed /,
Powell because of their own Over Conyers'strong objections on a critics Anti pakced houses /*._ : by Gene "'nn", ",,.
prejudices. Many others voted however, the rest of "The case of Adam Powellis B s-,
against him because they could the committee voted the unusual not as unprecedented and first
not withstand the tremendous punishments of a$40,OOj! unusual as so many claimed, Ri- ,.".'." '
political pressures caused by fine and loss of, Powell's 22 stated the young Detroit ConI stag- '

I r"I : e 'Miamians Attend St te'fiY; :: Janet, "A." 1

/. ) 'r ''Ii'J!! Kap-
RrA feet Jacksonville' : }
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The Florida branch 'of the which majotpresentationsex- structure.On U.S.
National Congress of Parents plored aspects of the conven- Friday, Feb. 24, the annual -
and Teachers held its 40th tion theme, followed by a series banquet was held at the Bryan, kLL
annual convention in the big of assemblies in which beautiful Mayflower Hotel Carr, ;
city of Jacksonville, Feb. 23-. the problems, ideas, and issues Ballroom. Theme,"Youth Appears en-
25, focusing on the them,"As of the PTA were discuss Through Art Media." on
piring for One World." ed. In addition, a panel work- Toastmaster: Dr. James right
I. shop, and a symposium on a Green, principal, James Wel- Air-
The plan of the convention included special topic were a significant don Johnson Junior High for I
general sessions at feature of the convention School, Jacksonville. 1 go I

Band. ( II I I
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seeking to have doctors perform a sex-change opera-
Pictured above are two Mia- gates'who attended the 1967 (3) Old friends meet at the / Philadelphian who prefers to be known as "Carole/ ,"but whose
mi beauties; Mrs. Gloria PTA Banquet. Left to right: 40th Annual Banquet held in / Small. Harry, a Female/ impersonator-singer who has been \
James, president of Floral Arnett Asgood, immediate the beautiful Mayflower Hotel. for himselF/ in West Germany, really does look like Carole. Ex- '
Heights Elementary School past president and Mr. PTA Left to right:Stanley Newbold, for wanting to change, he said, "Black women in America are I
PTA; Mrs. Irene Owens PTA of' Florida; Mrs. Sheila Wilson former PTA president BTW the face of the earth and it will,be marvelous/ to be one." }
,..president of Bethune Elemen- from Lakeland; Freddie High School; Mr. Charles' L. I.
tary School; Mrs.Willie Zeig- Jones, president of Dunbar Williams, former principal of I'i'
ler, white state president. elementary School PTA,Mia- BTW and Mr. Freddie Jones, -
(2) Meet some of the dele- mi, and Stanley Newbold. former football star of BTW. .....................e


Dade Police' Deportment Attention all kindergarten AT MODERATE RATES (

I operators, there will be an '
important meeting at Jack- CALL

Adopt Uniform PolicyEvery son's Toddle Inn, 3038 NW ; Mf 'a't, ..
48th Terrace, Saturday, Mar. y.
police- department in help eliminate misunderstandings 11 at 1 p.m. : i"
Mrs. B. Cox is president of
Dade County has adopted a charges, and coun- the Independent Pre-School '
ter-charges emerging from
uniform policy aguideforpolice
and Mrs. R. E., ;
the term's careless organization
officers and to usage
elsewhere. Copeland is rec. :
inform the public" on law .1
enforcement and community Statement also deals with
relations, the Community Relations the subjects of Equal Pro-
Board announcedtoday. tection under the Law; Pre- The Elks ClubNo. I
Apprixlmately 100 community servation of Public Order, e'I
Peace, and Safety Citizens' _
leaders attended a special ; 308
luncheon with the police chiefsat Grievances; Use of Force by 329 NW 16th Terrace
the University of Miami on Police; and Discipline. Presents
Three months of conferencesand every 9.8733 i
Friday for a formal ceremonyof I (
signing of the policy. Host committee work precededthe FRIDAYSATURDAY PL
was Henry King Stanford, U. formal adoption by all the'
of M. President and Vice Pre- Dade chiefs. A joint committee 0000MONN :
sident of the'Community Re- chaired by Chief William SUNDAY ONOOOOOi0000NON

lations Board. Rabbi Joseph) Klmbrough, of Coral Gables, PRIY'ITE! -HOUSING RENTAL AND MANAGE .
R. Narot, chairman the CRB with four other members of CALYPSOAt .
presided.The the Dade County Police Chiefs its Best IN THE SOUTH, OPERATING IN DADE AND

policy statement, now Association and representatives :
official, in effect governs the .of the National Conference Friday and Saturday -
actions of police officers whileon of Christian and Jews, 11:00: p.m. until : .
door door service for tenants convenience.:
duty and tells citizens what and the CRB, developed the collectors give to
police officers expect from statement and presented it to Sunday 10 p.m.. Until center for teenagers and adults "rtnt free," furnished :
them In the mutual responsi- the Association, where it was TF conditioned for your comfort and enjoyment, ,
bility of law enforcement. unanimously approved in De- .
The policy statement points cember of last year. : department to assist you with your problems. .
nut that notice do not make the
,. ond reduce the cost of housing. .
sbUt e will stop vandalism
are chared with the
duty enforce them.Itfurther WEIGHT WATCHERS t; 0
indicates that police officers r MAIN OFFICE 0

have no choice whatsoever"as ., ", IJp I', 4150 NW 7th Avt. PL 9.8133
to what laws they will enforce*, ; ,:" 1" "d MORNING.{ NOON AND 'NIGHT .{ '(.' b Opo-locko MU 8-0617 1163 NW 3rd Avt. ,.FR3-846.] :
when whereor
againstwhom. _
"How" officers will enforce }WEIGHTWATCHERS'HELP TO'FIGHT.-'IJAt)! : .. WA 7-2434 1675 NW 62nd St. OX 6-2467 .

laws, especially among mino- ?:r:4'" THE'sATTLE'OF, THE. BULGE,.: '}Vw'! ,.:( Louderdolt-JA 4-3357 4240 NW27th Ave., -HE 5-3466 .
'" "
{( ; 5-1381
3801 Grand Avt. Grovt. HI
rity persons, has been a sub- Ptrrin CE 5-3553
Announcing another location "
new In the NW
ject of wide discussion HommondvllU Rd. Pompano- WE 3-3235' $
throughout the country, and area..; Opening Wednesday, March 15th at7:30 _-'- .
disagreements as to what con- 'L p.m., and ,every Wednesday' thereafter President
stitutes an appropriate"use of I "I HON. L. L. BROOKS, $
force" by the police have play- I AT 6500 HSRTH ,IMAM AVENUE\ ,. : : : :i GEORGE P. HARTH, General Manager $

ed racial a significant violence in part northern in recent ci- [Guts speaker_opening( night dynamic radio, and, TVfi ", : A. LOCKHART, Public Relations Director $

ties. Asked if the statement f Personality NORMA FRASHER Director of' WEIGHT '"". .
deals with "police brutality,' Ji WATCHERS of Greater Miami, Inc;. : I joy.o better life, others must live better too" L. L. Brooks
a CRB spokesman said that REG. FEE $100 FOR FURTHER INFO .1:r
the therm is statement nowhere might used. ;;WEEKLY( FEE..$2.00 ,665-6945 ),: I .....................
But the
policy_ I. .. .. .. II . . . ,

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4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 10, 1967H. L



E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor NW Homeowners Booker T. Hayes J I i. 1 ll

STANLEY I. SWEETING, Theatrical Editor
-'Victorious In Battle
I've searched the women's sections of all the daily papers
Member of the Notional Newspaper Publishers Association expecting to find some reference to women desirous of the

) To Keep Homes modern fashions, but who cling to old fashioned habits. Aftera
,SUBSCRIPTION RATES ,-, careful approach, I've discovered why the subject I've been
in our daily papers. con-
This column highly commends the Miami City Com looking for has never appeared
ditions of which I write appears to be largely a problem of Negro -
mission for its action in rescinding its with
Entered as Second Close Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post agreement to have had the least instruction as to
Office at Miami/, Florida, under the oct of March 8, 1876 the Dade County Board of Publi/i c Instruction for the use women. They seem The
-of two small city owned parks. the modern conveniences available for the asking. womenI
refer to those who insist wearing the latest fashions
Office at 6530 NW 15th Ave. Phonesi 691.0421 691.0455 This action which came during the Monday meeting are upon
while still adhering to the outdated method of using the roll
1 of the commission, has forced the school to aban-
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" don its plans to force Negro homeowners to sell their type garter on their stockingsThe
The NEGRO PRESS believes that America best lead
can homes to make room for the construction of two experi- advent of the miniskirt has made this type of support
the world from racial/ and national antagonism when It accords
mental community schools. When coupled with the fact that this type garteris
to every man regardless of his race, creed or color his unacceptable.
human and jegal I rights. Hating no man, fearing no man*4h t "Mr. Mayor, Mr. City Manager and Miami City Commis- detrimental to good blood circulation its hard to under-
Negro Press strives to help every man In the firm belief that sioners, consider our plight as Negro homeowners, if you stand why some women will continue its use.Speaking from a
all men are hurt as long as anyone Is held back. will, though removed by distance, consider with respect to man's point of view it represents the ultimate in bad groom-
the pride we take in our community, your feelings, if your ing. It reflects the breeding and culture of the wearer. It also
YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKTHE life-time investments were involved shows that our schools have been derelict in their educational
They have failed to put good grooming habits in its
WAR IN VIETNAMThe as ours are. !process.
"As registered voters, proper prospective.
horrid war being waged in Vietnam goes on. While homeowners and as parents
hundreds of lives are taken weekly, there seems to be ". whose children are served by I mentioned the schools because I feel they are equally re-
little, if any chance of an early termination. The dove of : the schools, we respectfully I]ponsible, but the proper source for this type of information is
peace flies far beyond the grasp of the two nations con- > that you rescind whatever work-i in' the home. The fact that many parents are themselves uninformed -
; cerned. agreement you have with the :i make the schools the primary source of instruction.
This week our President asked Congress to extend the School Board concerning the 'When properly executed, the learning process goes from the
' Selective Service law, and said he would use executive utilization of said park sites :I teacher to the student and to the parent. Students having been
orders to draft 19-year-olds first under a lottery system.A ; I' and easement to close streetsfor I special presidential study committee had recommended playground areas for the I'dency of criticizing bad taste even on the part of a parent. The
a halt in students deferments and a drastic restruc- proposed schools. .wise parent will give proper consideration to the right kind of
turing of the sytem which would abolish most of the 4,100 "We further propose that the I local draft boards. West end of Manor Park be ]parent, so is the parent representative of the child. The failureof
Republican leader, Senator Dirksen said college defer conveyed to the Board for the I< soma parents to heed the advice of their young has caused
ments should be defense-related so that the deferred would ARCHIE AYERS erection of experimental neigh- :a breach in many parent-child relations.
have some obligation to serve the government instead of borhood schools."

going right into high salared Jobs in privated industry. These were the elegant and timely words of Archie This article is not meant to ridicule those of our women who
Lt. General Lewis Hershey, director of selective service, Ayers in a plea to the Miami City Commission Monday. ::still practice such bad grooming habits,but is offered as con-
announced that he is moving at once to implement the call Mr. Ayers, a postal worker, was representing himself :i structive criticism. Those women having been properly
up of younger men and that all classifications are being reviewed and other homeowners who were In grave danger of being :schooled on the subject of good grooming should serve as
in the interest of fairness. forced to sell their homes to the Board of Public Instruc-I The general said he is working with state governments to tion to make room for the construction of three experimental :;all appearance of all our women. The uninformed,uneducated,
assure that all local boards will become representative of community or neighborhood schools to be located within :;and unkempt are Just as representative of the Negro as any of
the communities they serve. There has been criticism that the boundaries of NW 48th Street to 47th Terrace on 8th Ave., ,\us, and therefore contribute greatly to the overall picture.It .
some boards, especially in the $outh, have few Negro mem- 48th St. to 47th Terr. on llth Ave.,45th St. to 44th St. on 11th :][ is our collective duty to improve all that which represents

bers.More Place. I i \
than 800 returned Peace Corps volunteers have As reported in this column of February 17, the land par-
sent a letter to President Johnson, critical of the United cels chosen by the School Board included several well-
States policy in Vietnam. They belive the war there is kept, well constructed homes in one of the few and better us.LETS I
seriously undermining "hopes for a peaceful and bountiful Negro communities, the homes ranged in price from
world." $10,000 to in excess of $20,000. These homes are adjacentto TALK POLITICS
Secretary General Ttant of the United Nations said he is city owned small park sites, previously used by the all-
more convinced than ever that the cessation of bombing of white community as beautification spots or spacious un-
Vietnam alone will bring about useful and meaningful talks. congested land within the community. The Board had hopedto By NORMAN E. JONES

secure sufficient property to erect the proposed schools
"0 God of love, 0 King of Peace, Including the enclosure of one side of the street at each
Make wars throughout this world to cease; site, with the use of the park sites as playgrounds for the The Second Marvin Davis-Bob Carroll Axis sponsored
The wrath of sinful man restrain, schools. Prior to this meeting the School Board had already ]Leadership Conference recently held in Orlando dramatizes

Give peace, 0 God, give peace againl"! secured a working agreement with the City of Miami to t the time-proven" old political cliche, "Politics MakesStrange
utilize the parks as long as no permanent structures were 'Bedfellows.

POWELL VS MEREDITHApart erected theron. This "Leadership Conference," was held under the au- I
Mr. Ayers, in critizing the School Board for planning
of the Florida State NAACP of which Marvin Da- [
from the political problems confronting Adam speices ,
many and finalizing the decisions for the proposal without first ;
Clayton Powell, comes another unexpected one. In case introducing the concept to the community to be affected, vies is executive director, how much direction and planning I
Powell becomes a candidate for re-election, he will be op- said: "No one deemed it' necessary to discuss the advantages ;!of the conference was the result of the state NAACP of if ice rs,
posed by James H. Meredith of Mississippi, who'is a Demo- or disadvantages or needs of such plans to the com- 'branches and members is the subject of speculation throughout -

crat, but said he would accept the nomination. The big news munity to be affected, no consideration at all was given to the state.
is that the Republicans have named Meredith to run against the homeowners of the area. As usual, everyone knows
The "surprise" at the conference
key speaker
Powell. what the Negro community needs but the Negro himself, was none
Meredith is 33 years old. He said he tought he would make who lives day and night within the boundaries of that com- 'other than Congressman Claude Pepper of Miami, who had
better Congressman than Powell. munity." ;recently declared his intention to attempt to seek his former
U.S. Senate seat, followed by the most bitter attack on Con
Directly affected homeowners and Indirectly affected home
MORE THAN EVER owners appeared before the School Board on February 15, to j gressman Adam Clayton Powell of any member of the Com-
mittee on Powell Investigation and who was the sole holdouton
voice absolute opposition to the proposed plans and the me-
Neither the American resumption of the bombing of North
I' Insisting that Powell, in addtion to all other punitive
thods by which these plans were presented to the homeowners
latter's utilization of the New
Vietnam nor the four-day Year's measures recommended by the Committee be denied his
truce to step up Its shipment of military gear to the fighting and the community, to no avail.
seat in Congress. The Body did follow Pepper's recommen-
Mr. Ayers told the commission that the homes involved in
fronts is necessarily fatal to all peace hopes. No one would
deny that these two events--first Hanoi's action and thenWashington's the School Board's proposal are not slum homes,they are not. I i dation.
to world in a run down area, they do not present over-crowded con-
riposte--are a sharp disappointment a
which had rejoiced at what seemed to be an edging towards ditions, they do not contain three and four families. These Which accounts for the chagrin of Negroes throughout the
homes are single one-family homes in a tranquil, well- !state r reacting to the Marvin Davies-Bob Carroll NAACP
peace talks. But the effort to bring about such talks must and
will continue. kept, spacious community. "Is this too good for the Negro, 4 Axis "Leadership Conference"' inviting Pepper as a "sur-
must his community always be congested rezoned unduly I prise key speaker" at this meeting.
Each side will come in for its share of blame in this si-
tuation. Hanoi's use of the truce to raise the shipment of goods pressured by the powers that prevail?" he asked.
was a deliberate and purposeful slap at peace efforts. It shows After hearing from school board representatives and listening Speculation is rampant throughout the state as the both
to the pleas from Mr. the unmistakably that at this moment the Vietnamese Communists Ayers Commission voted sponsors Leadership Conference,
are not ready to make any meaningful gesture for peace. At unanimously to rescind its agreement with the school board the' ends expected and the purposes achieved, particularly
the same time, the world conscience cannot but feel that for the use of the two park sites at 8th Avenue and 47th 1 how deeply the state organization of the NAACP should become -
Washington's resumption of the bombing was too quick and too Terrace and 47th Terrace and 11th Avenue. Since the Board I' Involved in the sponsoring of the political ambitionsof
abrupt. This step smacked of the convition that it was hopelessto had already acquired the property at the 45th Street and 11th individual Negroes and Individual candidates for public
Place site, the Commission agreed to allow the board use of 'office.
look for peace at this time, so why make the effort.
Perhaps the situation has now been set back to where it was the park site in this area.
two months ago. But we do not believe this. Notwithstandingthe My congratulations to Mr. Ayers,Mesdames Alzeta Wilson, Such Partisan Political activity personally engaged in by
world's failure (and the world must share in this failureas Alva Davis, Linney Carey, Eva Shapre and Messers Cameron i NAACP officers using the NAACP to officially sponsor. individual -
well as the United States and North Vietnam) to bring about Culmer and John Smith and all those stout-hearted homeowners I' political personalities is a violation of the policiesof
peace talks, there remain hopeful elements. who stuck together, fought a good battle and won the war to I' the organization, while there Is only a hair-line difference
keep the homes of their choice in the comm mity of their 1 between the pursuit of Civil Rights for the total Negro mas-

Christian Science Monitor choice. ses and partisan politics, it is expected that the NAACP,
From where I sit it seems such a shame that wo' can't like "Caeser's wife" should be above suspicion. However,

SLUM seem to muster enough of this typo of diligent, intelligent, the "surprise" appearance of Pepper at this NAACP Leadership -
INSPECTION cooperative action to tackle the many problems being experienced Conference and the remarks he made will probably
by Negroes In other : Dale result in negative reactions from both
Miami Mayor Robert King High has invited City Com areas o County. vatives. Negroes and conser-

missioners to make a tour this week of the slum areas
that exist in the central part of the city.

The tour will be conducted by the city's Department of POLICE INVESTIGATORSThe
Neighborhood Rehabilitation.

Robert Ferencik, building department director, told Mayor above caption will be given to nine Negro policemen MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE
High it takes three months or more to destroy a condemned who have served up to 14 years as plain-clothes detectivesfor
building. About 400 buildings in Miami were demolished last the City of Miami. So ruled the City Commissioners on
year under the terms of the South Florida Building Code. Monday of this week. APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU.

An additional 500 structures were destroyed by the State These officers wanted the rank and salary of sergeants, THEY ARE COURTEOUS DEPENDABLE.PI .
Road Department in the process of acquiring road rightofway. but were denied because they have not taken the sergeant's
A major problem is, finding suitable homes for dis- examination. They will now be paid salary roughly com- EASE PATRONIZE THEMIr !
placed persons said the director. parable to that of what regular detectives receive.
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The Elmer Rents Stage Gala Black-Tie Party I

on me evening or February
18, the garden of the Elmer rntl ,' O.
i- Kents at 2471 NW 67th St. oo
was transformed Into a typical '
Shangri-La. A profu- i 0 ,8I
March has arrived and we can look forward to changes-- sion of yellow and white flowers -
it is not a very stable month weatherwise-one time the intermingled with palms
winds roar and another it is very calm. March bristles with and pottery, covered with a I
history. huge decorative party tent lent
February 20-March 26 Easter Seal Campaign. an atmosphere tropical fes
\, March 511'Save Your Vision Week. Spring beings on tivity. The tables covered with
the 21st day of the month at 2:37 a.m. Eastern standard yellow cloths and centered
( time. Easter, which is early this year. falls on the 26th. with white bowls of yellow
It was In this month in 1845 that Florida was admitted to membs blended with the sur-
the union; the Boston Massacre occured in 1770; Alexander mums blended with the sur-
Graham Bell patterned the telephone in 1867; in this month, rounding scene. This setting
the Battle of the Alamo took place; March 11, Girl Scout provided the atmosphere for
Sabbath; March 12, Girl Scout Sunday, March 12-18, Girl the black-tie party honoringMrs.
Week; March 17 is St. Patrick's Day; Andrew Jackson, our Kent on her natal day.
7th president, and Grover Cleveland, our 22nd and 24th pre- Music for the occasion was
sident were born in March; Thomas Jefferson becaome the provided by a pianist and a 4t ,;
first secretary of state in this month, 1790; Albany becamethe violinist. 4
capital of New York in 1797; Alaska was purchased from Here especially for the party
Russia in 1867. were relatives and friends.
Robert Frost, the famed poet, was also born in March. In They were: Mmes. Barro-
March 1966, the first successful docking of space craft was neece Malone, Fima B. Car-

accomplished.It's ter, Pattie Jenkins, Gladys *

also Children's Art month. Spraggins, all of New York J"- ,- ''flT' "'.,, '-.. ..-,............-..,.... r-' .............__.__
These are Just some of the things for which this month is City; Mrs. Lila Terry of Mt
noted.. From left to right: Mrs. Fima B. Carter, New York City / I
Kisco, N. Y.; Mrs. Cleora
MARCH indeed MARCHES ONII!I connel of St. Louis, Mo. sister of Mrs. Kent, St. Louis, Mo.; Mrs. Gladys Spraggins, sister
Doris Tivy Highlighting the party were na Long Island, N.Y..* Mr. Elmo Kent; Mrs. Elma (Morris) Kent v'I

Belle Rubin out-of-town guests: Dr. W. F. Lila Terry, Mt. Kisco, N.Y.; Mrs. Edith Agard, New York City.

SP/4 Glenn R.Butler is home on leave from Fort Monmouth, Penn': Detroit. Mich: Dr. and -
N.J. Glenn !Is the son of Mrs. Mae Monore. Mrs. Anthony, St. Albans, Haven, Conn.; Mrs. Hilda Graves, Dr. and Mrs. H. W. "jv.1" ,
long Island; Mr. and Mrs. Randolph, Roanoke, Va.; Mrs. Murrell, Dr. and Mrs. Elma rAa
After a trip to South America,Freddie Henderson of Hender John Rogers, Cincinatti,Ohio; Agnes Pierce, Philadelphia, Ward, Mrs. Ruth N. Polite,
son's Travel Bureau made an overnight stop in Miami to Mr. and Mrs. William Lump- Pa.; Mrs. Pearl Lester; Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Higgs,
check with Gwen J. Howard and C. C. North (North's Travel) king, Summit, N. J.; Mr. and Osie Stokely, Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Sampson, Frank
on the progress of the upcoming African-European tour Mrs. Penn Ziegler and Mr. Raymond Jarrett, Ft.Lauder- Jones, Ben T. Moore, Oscar
planned for July 25 August 16. and Mrs. James Wilson of dale; Mr. William J. Cook, Jefferson, Willie Slater, Ernest -
Cincinnati, Ohio; Mr. and Detroit, Michigan. Moore, John Rogers, '
From now on it will be a double birth celebration at Rogers Mrs. Ruben Moore, Oxford, Locals who brought zest to Frank Stokes, Ted J.Plessey,
(Irene) Brown's household. Irene gave birth to a baby Pa.; Mrs. Marguerite Sim- the general atmosphere were: W. R.Crawford,Ruben Moore, '
\ boy, Pareese LaNay at Mt. Sinai on her natal day, Feb. 28. mons, St. Louis, Mo.; Mrs. Atty. and Mrs. James Matt- Alonza Morgan,Clyde Killens,
Mother and baby are doing fine. Lucinda R. Sampson, New hews, Atty. and Mrs. G. E. R. Pullom, Nathaniel Johnson,

-- Eldon Wilkinson,John Turner,
Tinnie Issacs had to make sad to Nassau for the Mesdames Blanche
a flight Calloway, .
Friends of John Wideman, NYC, were wondering how long he
funeral of her father. Rosa Saville Gevens
would fight old man winter before making his annual trip to Betty j
Friends of Mrs. Stephen(Louise) Rolle are happy to know Miami. Mary Berry, Pearl Lester, Smiling Eddie Lee Pitt-
she's out of the hospital and recuperating at her 70th Street Agnes Pierce, Ann Lindsey- man, popular local businessman .

home. Bahamas Premier Lynden 0. Pindling was in Miami Packard, M. A. Thompson, Is the new
Lucille Rlou Alford
Wednesday to attend Florida Memorial College's diamond Betty Dive-Inn
Franklin Pinckney planed to Tennessee State to visit Ozell Dunn, Hilda Randolph, owner of the
Jubilee dinner.
Brother, Thaddeus for a weekend before being inducted into Ludell Bell, Willie Mae Mur- Bar, 1772 NW 79th St.
the D. C. Moore Lucinda He 'Invites .
Army. ray, Phone
Friends came from far and near to celebrate the 12th
Home sweet home is sweeter now that baby's here! was Sampson and Marguerite Sim- all his old friendsto
wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Smith (Ella j
the wording on John and Iva Coleman's announcement of mons ana Euphrates Abbitt.
Jean) on Feb. 25. IJ come and meet new
their little boy, Christopher Turner, Feb. 18, 1967, 6 Ibs., > Messers George Powell, wel-
12 oz., at Binghamton, N.Y. Congratulations! William Aciee, Isiah Daniels, friends. Everyone
Mrs. Myrtle Dames made the trip to Nassau last weekto Indf
Donald Edison ( )
Joseph Banks, Assistant District Director U. S. Customs, attend the funeral of Mr. Fred Dillet come.
Virgin Islands and John Joseph, supervisor of U.S. Customs, Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Moore of Oxford, Pa., motored to
St. Thomas are attending a conference on Management Miami to enjoy the sunsine of Florida and the hospitality of
Training at the regional office, Federal Building. their many friends. While here they were houseguests of 7
their friends, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Reese. They were entertained -
Houseguesting with Mrs. Tessie Williams at her Coconut by Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kent and Attorney and Mrs.G. .

Grove home are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Minor of Washington, E. Graves.On Beginning April 1 1967
D. C. Monday, Mrs. Moore flew to Bermuda for a few days. .,

After seven, weeks visiting. Miami and'Jamaica, Edythe She said she really enjoyed the visit. Returning here, the
(North) Wars returns to hubby, Charles, who says "Nowis Moores were entertained by two dear reidnds, Mr. and Mrs. THE BANK LOBBY WILL BE CLOSED
the time." Oscar Jefferson of Richmond Heights. The,couple departedfor

Sonia Pottenger of Kingston is visiting her aunt and Mrs. Ena Dean and daughter Patricia, arrived last Friday I
uncle the D. A. Julius'. from Nassau. Miss Dean, who is a public school teacher, returned -
Sunday evening. Mrs. Dean, a business operator and
Zara Mae Harley, now a Philadelphia schoolmarm was In dressmaker, !Is the houseguest of Deacon and Mrs. Alfred Your ConvenienceDRIVEUP ...
the city to attend the funeral of her mother, Mrs. Annie Mae Dean of 558 NW 19th Street. ..For
Perkins (A. P.) Roker. Funeral services were led on Saturday -

at Bethany Seven-Day Adventist church with burial In THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK: WINDOWS WILL BE OPEN ON
Lakeland on Sunday. We would willingly have others perfect, and yet we amend
Here from Tuskegee on a well-earned vacation are Dorothy not our own faults. SATURDAY FROM 8:00 A.M. UNTIL 12:00

Richardson and son, Charles, who are visiting relatives and NOON FOR THE FOLLOWING BANK
friends. Dorothy is at home with herfather,Mr. James Woods.
You wouldn't want to miss the 1967 Cadette Arts Festivalto RECEIVING OF DEPOSITS I'
be held at Hialeah Park Race Track, Saturday March 11, Now 2 locations to serve you
from 2 to 4 p.m. AU Girl Scouts, their friends and families COOKS BUSBOYS
are invited to enjoy performances and demonstrations of art DISHWASHERS PORTERSGAS ONLY
by the Cadettes. Junior and Brownie leaders will be Inspiredby STATION DRIVERS RECEIVING LOAN PAYMENTS
the efforts of these girls and their leaders to turn an idea HOTEL & HOME MAIDS LIVE IN MAIDS
into an accomplishment. The Arts Festival will manyf old to
all levels of Scouting.Get A-l Employment Service FULL BANKING FACILITIES WILL CON

Over 20 V.ars Service in Miami TINUE TO BE OPEN MONDAY THROUGH
Pearl Patterson Mrs. Addle
well wishes to Mrs. ,
Sampson, Mrs. Edna Mapp at Cedars; Gloria Llttlefield at 714 NW 62nd Street 758.7663 FRIDAY FROM 9:30A.M. TO 2:00 P.M. AND

Baptist; Mr. Jimmie Cooper, Mr. William Pate and Miss 534 N. Miami Avenue 379-8382 ON FRIDAY EVENINGS FROM 5:00 P.M.
Elizabeth M. Jones at home. Kitty Guions Donaldson and UNTIL 8:00 P.M.LINCOLN .
Alice Martin Matthews at Christian.
Calvin Howard is home on a 20 day leave. before departingfor

Green BayLabrador.From .

Kingston comes Phyllis Adamson for brief stay and
some shopping. Phyllis and hubby, Rupert hosted a BarBQfor FOR TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE! 'ral'uiJ

the visiting cosmetologists when they held their pre- ACCOUNTING IS OUR PROFESSION
conference workshop at the SheratonKingston.EOPI .
staff honored Fletcher Paschal at a luncheon on

Thursday at the Blscayne Terrace.Dr. OUR'SPECIALTYEdNiNd .

0. Calmer Jr.
Paul Dudley White, noted Boston heart specialist, will ,
speak on "Hearts: Their Long Follow-Up" at a public Heart PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT:

a Forum at 8 p.m. Friday at the Uleta Community Center, 169th 8 A.M. TO 10 P.M. DAILY NATIONAL BANKOF
1 Street and NE 4th Avenue.
Careers 1 fashion and retail merchandising will be explained 5264 NW 24 Ave. 635-8035 MIAMI
y during the 8th annual Fashion Course sponsored by Fi/wllyllf't"rated bank in lit eerie Southeast
i the Fashion Group, Inc of Miami. r/fAf her in the Ulso* Fuuncial Center
l Open to high school seniors, college students and Interested MIDWEST REALTY 6013 N.W.7IH Avenue Phone 7SM431
1 women, the course consists of six two-hour sessions, on
\, consecutive Mondays, 7 to 9 p.m., starting March 13. The SALES REPRESENTATIVE
first three lectures will bo held in Burdine's Men's Grille, I
the last three at Jordan Marsh auditorium.

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Church, 132 West 138th Str., New York City,was jampackedwith
SCHOOL SCOOPSThe about 5,000 people Sunday, March 5, rallying in protestof ALBERT W. COOKE
Miami Dolphins shed their football uniforms to become Powell's loss of his Congressional seat. The crowd was BEAUTY IS MORE THAN SKIN DEEPIt
basketball players for a night, when they played the very enthusiastic and excited. They booed the "Star Spangled seems to be a difficult thing to get people to realize
male faculty at Miami Killian on March 8. Arranged by Banner" led by Harlem's Labor leader Cleveland Robinson, that beauty is more than skin deep. What is even more
activities director, Mr. Tony Quaranta, the unusual game one of the rally sponsors. difficult is to get across the point that beauty Is as beauty
was a financial boost to the athletic program at Killian. Some of the speakers were Manhattan Borough President does. Mother Nature gave birth to beauty. Each little flower
Percy Sutton, former Manhattan Borough President JHula, that opens, little birds that sing, she made their glorious
Wonderfing where to dump all those old newspapers? Jack (New York's first Negro Borough president)' Adam's color, she made their tiny wing.
Save yourself the bother by leaving them with the Mays assistant pastor, David N. Licorish, Rev. Elder Hawkins of Beauty is of God. AU things made by God Almighty are
High Drama club. Papers may be delivered at the schoolor the Bronx's St. Augustine Presbyterian; rent-strike leader, beautiful. God created heaven and earth, therefore all thingsare
picked up by club members on April 1. Profits from the Jesse Gray, and Floyd McKissic, leader of the Congress of beautifuL Beauty permeates and penetrates. It goes from
newspaper drive will pay the group's expenses to the drama Racial Equality.The skin to core. What we see on the surface we measure by
festival at FAMU in Tallahassee.A audience cheered or booed and waved their flags and our own beauty yardstick. We cannot measure the universe
sign post will mark the home of a resident selected as banners with "Keep the Faith, Baby." Others wore buttons with a ruler. We cannot measure that which we cannot un-
having the "Lawn of the Month" by the Beautification Com- saying, "Justice for Powell and Harlem." They took up a derstand. Thus, we say beauty is only skin deep. Our stand-
mittee of the Richmond Heights Garden Club. Launchedlast collection for Powell's court fight. ard is too limited, too narrow, too prejudiced. "Not under-
week, the contest will be a monthly event. March's The Rev. A. Kendall Smith, chairman of the Harlem Citi- stood poor souls with stunted vision oft measure gaints with
winners will be announced in the next issue. zens for Community Action, felt that the gathering was con- their narrow gauge.The poison arrow of falsehood and derisionare
Home for a week's spring vacation are collegiates Le- trolled by hypocrites and false prophets. The rally was oft impelled against those who mold the age-not under-
wanzer Lassiter and William Johnson. The 1966 Mays high successful. stood."
graduates are both freshmen at Rollins College in Winter To know beauty is to know God. To be beautiful is to be a
Haven, Florida. WHERE IS THE ACTION, BABY? The Federal Com- Christian. Beauty is love. Love is blind to all else but beauty.A .
munication said they are looking for a Pirate Radio Stationin thing of beauty is a Joy forever. Men live and die. Heaven
Local Cadette Girl Scout Troops will Join with other Harlem on the amateur band in the 80 meter range and earth shall pass away. Truth endureth forever. Loveis
Tropical Council cadettes to produce the first Art Festivalat They said the staion made a plea for contributions to help beautiful. Mirror, mirrow on the wall, who is the fairestof
Hialeah Race Track on March 10 and 11. The public is Powell fight NYC Councilman J. Raymond Jones, NY them all--Love. Our Father which are in heaven forgivesus.
invited to see the creative art display and talent presentation 'County Demo leader predicted that Powell will get unani- "Not understood we gather false impressions and hug
on March 11. :mous support from Tamanny Hall for re-election and win them closer as the days go by till virtures often seems to
A waist-line party will be held at the home of Mr. and 'easily Robert Kennedy, under heavy police guard after us transgressions "Not understanding we have said
Mrs. Burke L. Jones at 14921 Louis Street on Saturday, , March 11 from 7:30 to 11:30 p.m. The party is sponsoredby J ing James Hoffa, their president, to prison Robert is beautiful. Beauty is more than skin deep Cousins.
Senior Girl Scout Troop 857. Admission is one cent :1 Kennedy risks his future in politics by bucking James A.
for each inch of your waistline. Refreshments will be :1 Farley and LBJ, but it's the Kennedy magic RFK can't
served free. Funds will send troop members to senior I see eye to eye with LBJ on his Vietnam war.

conference.The SEPTIC TANK TROUBLE??
troop will also sponsor a Kite-flying meet on March MUSIC SURVEY AND TEEN TALK Freddie Scott's
18 at Richmond Park, beginning at 2 p.m. A 25? registra-"Last Train to Jacksonville," breaking the Apollo Theater
tion fee Is required. Get your registration form from any I house record on 125th Street. His new record, "Cry to Mea I When your septic tank drain begin to give you
community store. Prizes will be awarded to winners in the smash He's headlining with Jerry Butler and King, trouble, don't fun or curse, call us. Chapman or
following events: Coleman "Sam and Dave," the most copied singers of Washington NW section Call HE 5.9089
Flying Contests: Altitude Flying Contest, Kite Looping the day Chuck Jackson and Maxine Brown's "Hold On," I
Contest, Reeling In Contest and Kite Messenger Contest. most soulful James Carr's recently furnished a tour
Construction Contests: Artistic Kite Contest, Largest Kite with Sam and Dave's new hit, "Dark Side of the Street," 24 HOUR SERVICE
that Flies, Smallest Kite that Flies. '"I'Have Everything I Need." Sam and Dave sound alike .
Sam: and Dave's hit, "When Something is Wrong with My
Baby," a New York smash The Platters' "With this
Don't YOU forget to get your advance ticket to the Easter Ring, I'll Always Love You," dedicated to the Mack Weems
Parade of Fashion scheduled for March 26, at the Church of (she's: formerly Yvonne Frances Burney) Cecil Griffin's NEW PROVIDENCE LODGE NO. 365, PH ANew
Ascension (11201 Colonial Drive). They may be purchased ill' girl .. Walter Jackson's disc hit, "Speak Her Name,"
from any member of the Episcopal Churchwomen. dedicated, to Mary Ellen Janes, that lovely Hampton Institute Providence Lodge No. 365, PHA meets
Girls in green'uniforms will fill many a pew at area o-ed This'is Scoop Bethel saying, "Time and Tide wait* 'on' the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month '
churches when troops observe Girl Scout Sunday on March for no man."C-U-NX-WK.
12. The day officially begins Girl Scout Week in the United at 941 NW 3rd. Avenue at 8 p.m.
Jordan Dawkins, W.M. I

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class of 47 at the home greet new friends to

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1530 NW 64th Street. 2222 NW 79th Street.
All members the class
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I ,.-, -" ".,.." ; relatives for cards, flowers
The Orange Blossom Cosme- Mrs. Mary Bryant, manager and telephone calls during her
tologist's Shop-owners Guild Williams Beauty Shop,Miami; period of illness. Special
Chapter 8 was organized Feb. Mrs. Olga Cooper,Hallandale, thanks to the Rev. Father T. r
26 by the state president,Mrs. Olga's Beauty Shop; Mrs. Ella Dear and members of the Altar -
\ Cathlean B. Ross and cochairman Mae Hall, Miami, Ella Guild of the Church of the
Mrs. Wynell Chap- Mae's Beauty Salon; Lucille Incarnation. Also the staff of
BY STANLEY "SWEETS" SWEETING pin of Winter Haven. Repre- West, Mae's House of Beauty, Mt. Sinai Hospital.

LINE-0-TYPE sentatives from West Palm Miami; Eva Breth, Sunlight
Beach, Riviera Beach, Ft. Beauty Salon, Miami Billie ; :
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THE LITTLE RED BOOK The of Miami's sepia law
: City top Lauderdale, Hollywood, Hal- Pitts, Billie Pitts Beauty Salon A THANK YOU
; enforcement officer, Lt. Leroy Smith, introducing visiting landale ,and Miami were in Miami; Louise Riley,
Nassau Constable to fellow officers Leo Griffin's 16- attendance.The Bronze House of Beauty,Mia- NOTE MEMO
month-old grandarling Stephanie underwent | ----- election was held by Mrs. mi; Mary Wilson, Mary's Little Sharon Duhart, daughter ,
, surgery for hernia last Thurssday Billie Pitts of Miami. Elected House of Beauty,Miami;Clau- TO: All Friends and Guests of Mr.andMrs.Sidney
I Bronze Mayor Tannie Dean holds up two I officers are:Mrs.Fannie Wil- dia Mercer, Mercer's Beauty who attended my birth hart of Opa-locka, is vying for
,' metro motormen in a marathon gabfest liams, president, Opa-locka; Shop, Riviera Beach; Elouise day party the MissJabberwockPnncess 1
: while the helmeted gendarmes listen intently Mrs. Ada Williams, vice pre- Rollins, Fashionetta Beauty FROM: Mrs. Elmer (Marrie) title in the 1967 Jabberwock I
Mona Lisa, the male enter- sident, Miami; Mrs. Rose W. Salon, Miami; Pearl Hardy, KentADDRESS Contest. She is a third grade
tainer, changed his hair-do from a wavy | Willis, recording secretary, Pearl's BeautySalon,Ft.Lau- : 2471 NW 67th St. student at Bunche Park Ele- ,
and glossy process to Ubangi kinks Miami; Mrs. Claudia Mercer, derdale, Sybil Chisolm, mas- Miami, Florida mentary School. The contest \
Retired patrolman-booking-officer Jake financial secretary, W. Palm ter cosmetologist, Williams For your generous good is sponsored annually by the ;
Frinks clipped his left wing in an auto accident Beach; Mrs. Pearl S. Hardy, Beauty Salon, Miami; Betty wishes, expressions of cheer Miami Alumnae Chapter of :
C. R. Roberts made a hurried treasurer, Fort Lauderdale. Collins, 3595 Grand Ave.,Coconut and presents I am grateful. Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, .
trip up from Key West last Saturday to fetch his young lad backto Many state officers were at the Grove; Piccola H. Mc- Thank you so very,very much. Inc to benefit its scholarship !
the Island City, meeting. A delicious luncheonwas Fadden, Pea's House of Beau- fund.

NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Eta Phi Beta's coming to town served by Miami shop- ty, Coconut Grove; Rose Wil-
A Detroit organizer will corral a group of Miami maids and owners and managers at Sun- lis, My Ladies House of Beau- NOTICE
maidens for the new sorority chapter to be organized here light Beauty School. ty, Hallandale;Alberta Anderson Parents of Ninth Graders at
Florida Realty's searching for a Sam Lynch replacement Mrs. Bessie Dix of Tampa, Anderson's Beauty ShopMiami Miami Jackson are invited to
--if that can be done Look for Bennie Scrooge); chairman Beauty Clinic, is ; Ada Williams (owners a special meeting on Tuesday
Edwards to move his family back to an Opa-lokca home. asking all licensed cosmeto- Williams' Beauty Salon, Mia- March 14 at 7:45 p.m. Rooms
Cleo Lowe-Braxton of North Dade Junior High's office logists to attend the two day mi; Leacy Mae Williams,Lea- 241 and 242.
force a baker's cookie sprinkled with sugar .Bertha clinic in Sandord, May 23-24. cy's Beauty Salon, Miami;;
Mack, her daughter Anna-Grace Sweeting and a nephew Make this an educational va- Bertha James, Vogue Beauty JAZZ, NIGHTLYAt
Mack Porter, took to the highways last Saturday for Tallahassee cation. Mr. D. A. Julius, administrator Shop, Hallandale; Bertha H. th.
to bury an uncle who died there. Harry Nabble's state workshopandtrade Perry, state chairman public F } RANCHERBl.cojnt
I mater, Mrs., Eleanor Seymour, pioneer Miamian, did not show. Executive Board relations, Miami; Annie Ruth Blvd. & 126th
I survive that Hialeah hosp entry. Her body will be funerallzed meeting May 20th. Johnson, Ruth's Beauty Salon, St..
from Church of the Transfiguration Saturday morning. Convention date, May 21-25. W. Palm Beach; Doris Jones, 10 to 3 A.M.

SALT WATER TAFFY: VFW No. 5693 held another "Sale"at Headquarters, Sanford Com- Doris Jones' Beauty Salon, THE
Cooks Kiddleland in Opa-locka last Saturday postmeridian munity Center, Sanford, Fla. Miami; Mr. D. A. Julius, ow- IRA SULUVAN FOUR
Dave Bondu's Gal her Convention theme "The Gate- ner Sunlight Beauty School
Friday, Mayme, checking up on ,
boss' leg mileage. Mr. Bambles in and out of bistros cover- way to Building." and state administrator, Mrs. Nassau Clyde Killens will PLUS :
ing over 15 miles dally .JESCA's Day Care Center school Fannie Williams, Instructor, present his always popular THE
Those attending the meetingwere beauty culture and presidentunit 15th annual "Night in Nassau"Sunday
director Bonnie Stirrup was a year old March 4. Her spouse, DAVE AKINS TRIO
March 12th from
Metro Guard Ernest, planted a birthday kiss on her right : 36. 9 until? ETTA CAMERON j
cheek--the one with the dimple Imbedded there. Patricia '
Cook at home and bring your Song Stylist
(Cookie) Lynch named the baby Taran Patrick Sammy
baskets with
Davis Jr. at, the Deauville Roy Hamilton at Trader ATTENTION ALL CHURCH. CLUB Bahamian you. MICKEY CARROLL TRIO

Johns Sandy Green's retirement from Kendall Child- AND SCHOOL REPORTERSCopy Enjoy the sounds of three
ren's Home in '66 ended over 10 annums of devoted serviceto bands. SUNDAY AFTERNOON

South Florida's kiddies. for publication In Thursday's news. NIGHTLY LIVE
Call the Island Club FR 3-
THE WEEK'S WASH: Former insurance exec Donald John- paper must be TYPEWRITTEN and in our 3488 and make your reserva- ALAN ROCK
son, back from Harlem on retirement, feasting on native tions nowlllAdmission
by ,
boiled fish at Troy's. Ditto Archie Pinder, in his frauletnBeulah's' f? */ Advance
new buggy, who carts his away Charley Rat- public service that we render to you at no at door $2.00.: $1.75, Admission Frte.
cliff, the hotel-restaurant license inspector, Junked his charge. Please cooperate with us. 5:30 to 'hOO a.m.CONTINENTAL0PEN
compact for a breezy station-wagon. Frances Johnson'sthe
tag of that barmaid doll at Merlin's She displaysmore The Editor
curves in one day that Sandy Koufax does in a season
Patrolman Reuben Thompson, wife and two kiddies, a :
Rosedale Delicatessan foursome. A cuter pair of offspringsI've '
never seenanyplace..Ditto Atty. George M. OkeU, Jr., : ', : "'; \ 6000 NW KITES
his squaw and male papoose, who wheel away after a mid- KNIGHT BEATFri. CLUB
day luncheon--cigar and all. jffc ,Aw.; ,

STUFF AND SuCH: Recommended listening:Ar "'thaFrank- Sat 51111.Marek 10-11.12 .- PROUDLY-PRESgNTS. :

lin's warbling of "I Never Loved A Man" (The Way I Love !y' ., PRESENTS" .*. jjjfc. MV' _
You--a platter favorite along. The Great Wild Way. .. '- -
Parker JohnsoiPs bachelor pad in Al Cooper's residue a I '
cushioned, Oriental nifty William (Red) Cleare at the iSPIDER t"', I ;,
Cotton Club delving on his belief in re-Incarnation One G TURNERPLUS ," \ ... .
of Our Town's most-believed young matrons, BTW-FAMU I.F'rw1./-. '
grad and secretarial denius, Leola M. Pleze, succumbedin f' 4
Mount Sinai Hospital March 4 following surgery. The CAL ROBERTS
deceased Miamian was employed at the University since
her recoup graduation several semesters ago and folllowed I
her ex-spouse Elliott J. Pleze in death by four years. .
Les Brown the dejay does a "whammy" assignment on BILLY LEWIS old his -- '- :
WAME Palace Apartments still stands but has shut- _&,('; :

tered. Big 7-Pitce Sound the Rockttttrs,
THINGS I NEVER KNEW: That the famous "Impressions"trio
of disc and night club fame, first carried the tag "The FEATURING ;
Roosters" with Jerry Butler as lead singer. Manager Eddie '
Thomas made the change to "The Impressions" after Butler PLdS l\\f.l'X\ KE!C01 711LWtlSWSlC

quit the group, then placed Curtis Mayfield at the helm as H"-;; Mon. Guest Star Hite
lead singer with Samuel Gooden on bass and Fred Cash on SATURDAY, R TO 6 P.M. -
tenor That the late Edith Poitier and the late Cornelia At the Longshoreman Hall Tues..Calypso Hlte' FREE
Ross-Wells were BTW grads as classmates and both died Wed., '- Ladies Nit. Free Gift ,".
on the same date-Cornelia on Feb. 5, 1965, Edith on Feb. BIG TEENAGE DANCE Thurs .- Amateur Nite ADMISSION
5, 1967--just two years apart' That Mrs. Poitier and Featuring Spider Turner Adm. $1.25 '
the late Ruth Johnson-Culmer, two long-time friends and ANY :CELEBRATION OF 10 OR MORE
pals died--just two weeks apart That Yvonne Gibson r !\. ,''I'1'."J'i!I;,", ,';, BOTTLE\ ( CHAMPAGNE ,- COMPLIMENTS.,OF' ,
lost her younger son in an auto crash That Milt Trenier \', CQNTMfclT4l t CLgfl .'IV !' -' JI,. :
and Micky Lynn are at the Bahamla Club in Freeport, Grand WEDNESDAY NIGHT
Bahama Islam; Bahamas. -
MARCH BIRTHDAYS: Bertram.Dean, Melanie Knox, Gre- Watches, ,Imported perfumes, Transistor Ra.
gory Evans, 'Tjestorlne: .Pittman, Clara Wilcox, Virginia dios, and many other valuable prizes. Admission $1.00FeaturingJackie
Valdez, Marvin Anderson, Mary Hart Mmes: H. Ed- ," "-
wards, L. Robinson, C. McCartney .Hazel Alford, Mar- :'t>d :1ri: 'rah ii""j''S..',t:1f',/;;' "1 1z

cus Reynolds, Lenora Johnson, Carl Williams, Jane Lewis, "> ) ,,.w"tI' "'" .,w. ", ,'" I'M'\'I... (..:''' \)' ''I:'' ."
Beatrice Gilbert, Dennie Clayton, Eunah Farrington, Prince I ... .Ifl" l'I .
THURSDAY NIGHT MARCH 9 rvJ" 'It'1 9 .11 :, ; ,
Hepburn Bruce Thompson, Clarence Daniels, L. Gladys '
Edwards, Sheila Elliott, Frances Pierce, Andre Cross, WILDMAN STEVE PRESNNTSTHE Valdes and! His live.snoke

Villette Howard, Wm Ruff, Fredette Pittman Jeffery Coach- dance, Hot Papa Turner, The Twems/Llttle/' l
man, John Wilson. Antoinette Spicer, Sandra George.. Beaver, Bobby Marshall, M.C.lvl''fft.; '
Mmes G. Edwards, L. Richardson, M. McGhee Joyce PERCY SLEDGE SHOW

Johnson, Sarah McRae, Cassandra Lawrence, Velma George, "..iri NEVER A DULL MOMENTWE
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Pierce, Mary Tillman, Frencena Thomas.Flora Woodard, !
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by Whitney M. Young Jr. :: .
EquitableEARL t. i
Executive Director National Urban Leagxw !

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tv! BY DAVE BONDU : '' -'
The Crime Report

Issues and subjects each week are at the point of being The president's Crime Commission recently issued its report -
difficulty to come up with. I try to bring you some information a document which explodes a number of myths and helps
on things that are happening' around our town, and the restore sense to an issue badly burdened by misconceptions.One .
controversial matters, but our town is so peaceful and things of the damaging bits of racist nonsense,which has been
t. are happening so quietly and easily that we hardly have any- repeated so often that many people now believe it, is the lie
thing to "argue" about, anymore. In the "good ole days" we that white people are more likely to be the victims of crime at
would have' found a water fountain that said "white" and the hands of Negroes. The Commission's study proves that

"colored", but they are a thing of the past. We don't have to crime, like much else in American life, is segregated. White
"sit-in" to "get-in", anymore. Then there was the back of people are most likely to commit offenses against other whites;
a the bus; the Ritz Theater, cards to show that we "worked on Negroes against other Negroes.In t
the Beach" in order to be there after a certain hour of the the District of Columbia the study found that only 12 of 172
night; the rest rooms were all "out of order" when we came murders were Interracial and 80 per cent of all rapes involved
around; golfing was a"Monday only"game;your white friends persons of the same race. Less than one out of ten aggravated
had to be "bill collectors"when they visited you so they would assaults were interracial also found that crimes of violence,
not be ostracized by their other friends; you sat on a certain including rape, most often occur between people who know each

side of the drive-In movies; if you had a new car, you drove other.
the other old one or rode theb.1sto work in order to keep your Another myth the Commission exploded was the popular idea GLENNThe
I job; our kids had one park--Dorsey; The Lord Calvery and that the well-to-do are most in danger of becoming victims of
Booker Terrace were "the hotels", The Rockland Palace, crime. Actually it is the poor who suffer most from crime.
Harlem Square, Fiesta Room and Lord Clavert Club were People earning less than $3,000 per year are four times as Ferdinand Phillips, Jr. District is

your only clubs In the city, unless you went out to the Har- likely to be the victims of rape and five times as likely to be pleased to announce the appointment of Mr.
lem Gardens; when you shopped downtown you bought the robbed as those earning more than $10,000. Earl Glenn
/ dress home to try it on, and if you were hungry, you stayed Another finding shows that few of us can point the finger at as an Equitable representative.
hungry until you got back to Second Avenue; "Their" taxi "criminals." Out of a sample of 1,700 adults,91 per cent admitted He' was graduated from Florida A&M Univer-

wouldn't bring you home from anywhere. to offenses for which they could have received a jail sity. He was recently associated with the

There were certain jobs you didn't even apply for when sentence. And some of our more "respectable"people commit Small Business Development Center of the
advertised in the paper; Don't look for a house anywhere but such "clean crimes" as fraud, consumer cheating, and em-
Brown-Sub, Liberty City or "downtown colored town" unless bezzlement, which cost the nation almost three times as muchin EOPI. Mr. Glen is equipped with a complete

you wanted to go to Opa-locka or Richmond Heights (the late lost property as more commom crimes like robbery and portfolio of Living Insurance contracts to

comer); the white and colored schools, and you knew which theft. solve the financial and problems of
security /
was which with names like Booker T.Washington W. Car- The Commission' findings prove that the people most in
ver, etc. (not knocking the names, but the faces in them); danger from crime and most in need of adequate protectionare your family. His office Is located at 100 Biscayne -
BUT THE CHANGES CAN BE SEEN. All of this has changed Negroes living in the ghetto. The ghetto or ethnic slum Boulevard. Phone FR 1-5691business)

I and* we are really first-class citizens,in Miami, with no violence has always bred crime. When the Irish, Italians, and other or 635-6603 (residence).
to get where we are. There is still room for improve- groups first came to this country they too lived in over-
ment, but most of it is improvement that will benefit all of the crowded slums and had high crime rates. But housing dis-
people of Miami and Dade County. For instance, the County crimination locks Negroes into the ghetto, with little hopeof
I Commissioner decided just this week to purchase Palmetto escaping to more decent surroundings.The .

Country.Club so that the people of Richmond Heights and sur- study shows that Negroes are four times as likely to The EQUABLE Life Assurance Society of the United States
rounding areas will have a facility nearby. Be proud to be a be robbed as white persons. A Negro man in Chicago runs
Miamian, and the rest of the world will be proud of us. You the risk of being a victim of assault or robbery nearly six | \1 Horn Qfflcti New York, New York

would be surprised how many northerners, of all races, times as often as a white man; a Negro woman runs the risk
want to move to our locate for the sunshine and sm -free. of rapes, robbery, or assault nearly eight times as often as a

luxurious, peaceful existence that we are taking for granted.I white woman.
That is why, in a recent survey, ghetto residents placed "TOGETHERNESS"AT
could talk about some of the people who have helped
it is better police protection as one of their prime needs. Many of
Miami the place that like:Commissioner Athalie Range,
who has done a great job in this "hot seat' S.L'auel Moncur, the policemen patroling well-to-do neighborhoods could be
better used in the fight against ghetto crime. In this, as in {
who has the force and drive along with the concern for the
people who are served by the EOPI;William"bill" Wynn, who almost all other aspects of American life, the Negro is the

is guiding the United Fund organization splendidly,Mike Good- .neglected The Commission victim. ( Porsey Jr. High SchoolTHE
recommended the police In minority
man and the Jewish Vocational Service whose workshop helped
to reshape the lives of a lot of our EOPI hopefuls; James group neighborhoods cultivate better relations with the people .
there. Fair of PARENTS SPEAK!
living handling citizen complaints against police
Hilton, head of the Parks department for the city of Miami;
Melvin Reese our city manager; Lew Price, head of the abuses, human relations training for policemen, and greater
Publicity Department for the city of Miami; our city and citizen involvement In precinct affairs were all called for. "Tuning In The Tuned
Perhaps the most significant aspect of the Commission's
county mayors and assistant mayor, Steven Clark; and I
study relates to prevention. It is useless for to tole-
could go on and on and on. These people have worked in their society
rate conditions which breed crime and than call for greater Out Generation"TH'JRS.
little for "whole "
own ways a Miami. It is a good Miami,
because of them, and many others. strictness and punishment offenders. The real crime is the
neglect by society of social conditions like. poverty discri-

PRETTY GIRL OF'THE WEEK: Louise-Berry mination, and pre judice.,. y EVE MARCH J6, 1:30:
PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Willie Temple That "Is why the Commission endorsed such measures as .
COMEDIENNE OF THE WEEK: Moms Mobley a minimum family Income, expanded job opportunities for CHORUS AND INSTRUMENT

GOLFER OF.TOE WEEK: George Butler the poor, including creation of new. kinds of'jobs such as *" *. '.
M medical assistants and teacher helpers,'steps to strengthen SELECTIONS -.
family life, revision of such welfare rules as the "man in
the house" rule which encourages the break up of families, and
QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: The Glass (Klyde Klllens)
his in Nassau this Improvement of slum schools which contribute delinquency
presents Night Sunday at the Island Club.
We believe that this one will be bigger than last year, and next by discouraging young people and not preparing them to com-

year, Clyde will have to hold this affair at the auditorium. pete for employment. School segregation and housing segre- Hey! It's Dynamite
gation were singled out to crime
as helping cause by freezing
John Gully, Housing Specialist of the EOPI, took as his bride
last week Miss Fannie Herring. The reception was held at minorities out of the opportunities other Americans have. This
last point, makes the report an historic document for It pNG 'filII
the EOPI Brownsville Center The James Club threw a \\\1
marks official that crime is often M liD
recognition yet another legacy -
going-away party for Red and Arthur Prysock last week. The of racism.at tile/lib
joint was loaded Jeff Addams did a special show at the
Crown Hotel last Saturday night. It was a gasser. He is
still swinging at "My Place" along with Dino De Rose Trio, t
Jack Prince, Tommy Dale and Carol Joyce. Alan Rock is JUly's on 79th Street Causeway Charlie Slfford,
back at the Rancher with his live show on radio and The Dave "our" first professional golf association member, was In

Akins, Trio, Ira Sullivan Trio and a new group are taking care town with his lovely wife, Rose, and their six-month-old
of the musical honors. Etta Cameron still the songbird there charmer, Craig, for the $100,000 Doral Open. They spenta
Went the Satellite to Bill few hours,with us, and we wanted to steal that son of theirs.
by see Harris the other night,
and it was full, as usual, with the "fun folk" Pete Brown, one of our other players in the Doral Open,
Vera made a good showing and came "in the money." We are
Hicks of Hicks Kurl andKombhasnot been feeling too
very happy for him. Cliff Brown was also here for that
well lately, tho still working. Vera is one of Miami's finest
tournament but found out how he made out
we haven't yet
beauticians. She teaches the process of "relaxers" and per- (
Mrs. J. L. Bryant, popular school marm, spent a few I
manents around the and she really knows her stuff .
days at Christian Hospital for a series of tests. She is home
Red and Arthur returned to Miami morn-
Prysock on Tuesday again, and feeling much better Another week of beau-
ing from a very successful engagement in Nassau, and within
tiful sunshine, palms waving in the breeze and the wonderful
the hour were headed for Los Angeles for 'a stint starting
green of the grass and flowers. Aren't you glad you live In
Joe Williams is in Detroit at the
Thursday appearing ,
Miami? Aren't you glad you can LIVE LIFE EVERY GOLDEN
moment, and wished.he were in Miami for the sunshine and
warm weather. Set he hasn't seen the ground in ages. Snow ,
everywhere! The Par & 'Birdie Club of Miami is tyingup To all my many friends, I am happy to announce
the loose ends for the United Golfer's Association meet- that I have been employed as a soles representativeon
ing which they are hosting at the Biscayne Terrace Hotelon the award-winning Ford team at:

March 25-26. They are having a dinner-dance on Satur- SEWING MACHINE"REPAIR Bill Austin Ford
day night (the 25th) at the Hotel, and tickets are available
from any member. The price Is $5.00, and you're sure to SPECIAL"
enjoy the affair. Margaret Brown and Jackie Day have reinstated In Your Home 3801 NW 27th AveFor
in the club, and we are hppy to have some of our Cleaned & Oiled

women playing and participating again. The "wives club"is Adjust Tensions the deal of a life time, call me for ap-

making headway In preparing for the meeting and the Free Needle & Belt Total! Cost 1150 pointment and special consultation at:
National Tournament in August. Mesdames Gwendolyn Hayes,
Helen Everett are co-chairmen, and they have the support and 'Check all Wiring All Makes 635-0311

help of all the members wives Shirley Bassey has left 1 Year Guarantee & Models I S

,I the good old USA to go home to Europe where she is bookedin *0# THE PRICE" IS RIGHT 'f.
the London Paladium 'or an indefinite period. This chickis )f "
one of the greatest entertainers we have ever seen on a Richard Desire **

stage. Believe mo. .. Sam Early's group doing a fine job

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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, March 10. 1967


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I YMCA Offers Two Youth Physical Programs Under The Leadership of James A. DeFoor

_.1'101I"" ( I'I According to Porter M. Da- fered on Tuesdays and thurs- pay for their insurance at NW Branch YMCA.Boys In Junior -

\ f r rIi vis, Jr., executive of the NW days. The fee for boxing includes 200. Mr. Defoor, who is pro- and senior high schools
r'y y { Branch YMCA in Fort Lauder- membership and accident fessionally trained in the area will have found this program of
dale, James A.Defoor,a member insurance. The first of bosing will serve as the special interest. The classesin
tJ J : of the staff of WRBD Ra- instructor. Training will beheld weightlifting will be offeredon
r dio Station has been appointed at the NW Branch and Mondays and Wednesdays at
::1: 'i. chairman of the New Health the tournament will be held at 6:30 p.m.

and Physical Committee of the Dillard High School. Pa-
II the Branch. Under the leadership rents must sign an official Boys interested in either of
) of Mr.Defoor,the Branch permission slip in order fora these areas of physical acti-

willofferseveralnewphyslca1programs eJAMES boy to participate.The parentswill vities may contact Mr. Na-
geared to challenge have the assurance that thaniel Stokes at the YMCA

boys in the elementary Junior their youth will have expert and youth may contact Mr.
,j jt and senior high schools. Re- leadership at all times. Stokes, the YMCA secretaryat
t gistration is now open to boys Weightlifting is naother fea- this number 523-2444 or

:{ for bosing instruction and participation ture of the physical program stop by the YMCA located at
I : in the new Bronze currently being offered at the 408 Northwest 14th Terrace.
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I ten the interest in the program 1- .,.. ". .... ... -.. ..,.............
,' "J prizes are offered the parti "" !' :' ::'
., The is
t ,r cipants. program being TEM
.; ,:.,. ,_. sponsored in part by the j fifteen[ boys to register for p TH RDALE P 0.
,?'N'J Career Training Institute in :the classes will be given their E LAUDE .$i. .
It)' Fort Lauderdale. The classesin membership which is worth ;
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I V'I'f' .' 't, : boxing are :$3.00 annually, the boys must
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.\ 1t I ,\," ..\'f", ,"'I'LOt. IW.-.:'" ..'.1- '" ........ Lauderdale Tempo over the weekend took on pastel shadesof
; t. ; ; \'.;- ,. blue with dashes of white as the Sorors of Delta Eta

.......' ..... J Broward Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., observed their
l ','. ri1 I Sport SeelGoUllly Finer Womanhood Week culminating with one of the year's
finest programs of the community to date. For this their
TEENAGER OF THE WEEK [tt J C ]s 47th observance, Delta Eta Zeta chosed one of the most
dynamic woman speakers I have very had occasion to hear,

Miss Toni Rogers, the daughter of Mr. and ': BY NATHANIEL WILKERSON Dr. Deborah P. Wolfe. Dr. Wolfe gave us not only food for
of I thought but many humorous moments as well as she could
Mrs. Wallace Rogers 824 NW 19th Terrace, -
have talked for hours without boring a soul in the audience.
was selected as teenager of the week. Now that the end of a great era is upon us, we in Broward The lovely ladies of Zeta are to be congratulated for a weekof
She is a junior at Dillard High School, a County can write the final chapter to a novel that will lire for- well rounded DrOll rams full with excellent music the
member of the DCT Club at Dillard and is em- l, ever. Included in this chapter should be the support of every chorus of Dillard, Attucks and Mt. Olive. The masterful

J ployed as a clerical secretor at the /NW Branch |' basketball lover in the territory. Due to the fact that the last speech of Dr. Wolfe, surprises like the citizen of the year
YMCA. She is a the First Baptist ; chapter is usually the one never forgotten, it is only fitting presentation to Commissioner Homey Waiters and the lovely

(Piney Grove) Church. ,' that you be a part of It. women of Zeta headed by Mrs. Virginia Hansberry, baslleus.
Starting this week, we have the opportunity to see the last Liz Copeland, world traveler and now a certified fashion
... ., tournament held by the FIAA. For the past several we
.,..- ,- 'Fl" V't years, show owner has Just returned home from a visit to Nassau,
have seen the southend of Florida progress into a major con- New York and Las Vegas looking as vivacious as ever.
tributor to the wars being fought on basketball courts. With the She combined business with pleasure on her trip East and
final buzzer on Saturday night,anew era will dawn upon us and West. Speaking of business. Liz has opened her own business -
one that I am sure will be welcomed by true sportlovers. For
a fashion house in Oakland Park--Watch for her Open
too long we have often wondered which teams were really the House activities scheduled for the Easter holidays.
'a best. With the coming of the new school year, there will be Among the many guests seen enjoying the benefit dance

no more guessing as to who "THE TEAM" is. sponsored by the Qeen of Queens, Club at the Elks Lounge
I As expected, the three teams'that will represent this area last ,
BY EUMERGENE WOOD Saturday 'evening were Mr. and Mrs. Edison Wheeler,
I are as finer high school teams as can be found anywhere. In
Mr. Mark Smith, Mrs. Burtoe, Mrs. Betty Vincent, Mr.
Roosevelt of Palm Beach, Blanche Ely of Pompano Dillardof Alzen Bradwell
Floyd, Mrs. Cora and Mr. and Mrs. Nick
Dear Genie, Ft. Lauderdale, we have a good chance in nesting that large Cooper and Nathaniel Stokes.

I am sick and tired of my mother. She is forever tellingme trophy somewhere in these parts. In fact it wouldn't surpriseme Pert and pretty Toni Rogers was seen at the Birdland
this and that. My dress is too short, my lips are too red, to see two of those teams in the finals.In .
on Sunday afternoon the other teenagers that
among many
and all I ever hear is shut up, stand up, sit down, and what Roosevelt, we will see one of the finest tournament teams were captivated by the antics of Palm Beach's own "Sam
have you. How can I make her understand me. I don't mean to that you will ever see.Year after year,although going through and Dan" swinging to the groove of their "Sweet Soul Mu-
make her mad. I Just seem to do all the wrong things. One', so-so seasons, this is the one team we have to watch when the sic". Miss Barbara Terry better known as "Miss Un-
of these days, I'm going to tell her off but good. I Just know I high stakes are up for grabs. In Gregory Lowery, Roosevelthas lovable" bowled the audience over with her recording of
will, if she doesn't>> leave me-alone. Tell me, Genie, how canI come up with another "Tart" "Unlovable" himself
Mr. Soul Spencer Whiggams renewedold
avoid this big showdown that's bound to come. Led by Owen Harris, Blanche Ely has one of the best balanced "
acquaintances with his recent hit "Old
"Tired Ears" teams in the history of the school.Abely assisted by the Friend. Among
those balling back were Jeanette and
Glover Boys, Ely can turn it on and make trouble of any teamin Jacquelyn Brannon,
Gwen Rawls The
the tournament.And Swinging Sophomores and the groovy
seniors of Dillard High
finally Dillard. We have all heard of the great Josephus
Dear "Tired Ears" The Dillard family are asking for appropriate housing
My dear, you really have a problem. I don't know at this Bynes and Company, but many of us have not seen him yet. for boys attending the AA State Tournament in Dillard's
This is your last chance to see one of Dillard's truly greats.So .
point if it's a problem mother or a problem child. You did Gym on Thursday, March 9th thru 11th. Anyone having
in weekend I'm that
planning sure Thursday
not say why it is necessary for your mother to have to tell room please contact the Dillard High School.
Friday and Saturday nights at Dillard you will etch
you your dress is too short. Where do you wear it anyway, name in the "Final Chapter." your The Sweeting Foundation Fund, Inc. will present "A
above the knee or the thigh? .:.and who wants to look at knobby Touch of Sparkler" starring The Je June Models" at the
knees anyway. Save the knee showing for the day you have BASKETBALL LEAGUE Governors Club hotel in the Dwight Rogers Room, 236 SE

something to show. Also, my dear, anything your mother tells Attention all girls!! It's basketball time at Sunland Park. First Avenue, Saturday, April 1, beginning at 8 p.m. The
you may not seem,to be always right, but it is the best thing Every Tuesday night has been designated as basketball league public is invited to attend.MIZELL.
for you. Her word should be "law." Break it and you break night Just for you. Starting date is Tuesday night, March 14,
your neck. So try to present yourself to mother in a way she at 8 p.m.
can stand. I'm sure she'll understand you and your prob- We'll be looking for you,so dome on outll!I Join a team today!! STUDIO
lems if you )usUry to be a little more considerate of her SOFTBALL LEAGUE
wishes. She'll be more considerate of you. I wouldn't tell Every Monday and Wednesday is softball night at Sunland 1050 N. W. 6th AVENUE
anyone off, if I were you. That little piece of red flannel I Park for girls in grades 7th through 12th.
your mouth can get you in a lot of trouble. Use your head andnot I Starting date for the first softball clinic will be Monday, ET. :EAUDERDALE, FLORIDA

your tongue, you'll fare better. March 13 from 8 to 9:30 p.m.
There will be four teams with twelve girls per team. Don't
wait until it's too latell!! Sign up today!!

I wish someone would tell my neighbor to attend to her busi-
ness, and leave mine alone. Everytime I turnaround, she has Walker Playground, under the directorship of Mr. Matthew
I don't want Sanders, began its softball clinic for junior-senior boys last
seomthing to say about what goes on in my house.
to have any trouble but I wish you would tell her here is her week with approximately fifty boys participating. The objectives Beauty
name. of such a clinic is to give the participants an opportunity -
to practice for the up-coming summer softball league,
"Neighbor" elevate their skills, and an activity for leisure participation.All & Wig
boys who would likd to participate in this clinic are
asked to please be present at Walker playground on Tuesday
Dear "Neighbor"Your Wednesday and Thursday at 7:45 p.m.Gloves must be furnished Salon _
neighbor problem is only present because you help by players. The following drills and outfield are planned for
it to be so. If you have something to tell your neighbor, 1, this week: Batting practice, infield drills and outfield maneu- 100% Human
suggest tell her It is all I do to -
you yourself. can keep my vers. PROFESSIONAL BEAUTY
relations good with my neighbor. And if you stop imagining WIG Hair Wigs.
things you mayflnd that your neighbor really does not care BRISTER WIMBS, CAPTURES HORSESHOE TOURNAMENT SERVICE

what goes on at your house. If you keep your business inside
your house, you wouldn't have to worry about what the neigh- Brister Wimbs out threw Ronnie Lockhart in the final at Charlotte Phillips, Wig Stylist
bors are saying. Keep your voice down when you show your, Dillard playground last week to capture his first intramural WIGS
family's "wares." championship. Wimbs out scored Jeffery Miller and Charles $40.00 UP
Wilkins in preliminary matches.
Intramural contest are conducted daily on Dillard play- Phone 5248261For

Confidential to "Shut-In": ground from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Thursday.The Pick Up and Delivery
Ask your husband to take you out. Then the going will take purpose of these contests is to give the participantsan
on a different light. It takes two to make a problem.For opprtunity to test the skills developed during Instructional
period?. 1603 NW 6th SI.

an answer to that problem that you have that you dare not Other outstanding participants in the horseshoe tournament
ask even your closest friend, write Dear Genie, today, P. 0. were: Vernon Sanders, Al Barnes, M.i-vln Mack ani :NalineFrancis. FT UUDCROAlt, FLORIDAt

Box 8665, Ft. Lauderdale. .

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.... .- Hankerson of 2420 NW
I t CARDS MEMORIALS I The family of the late Frank
DEATHS MELVIN JONES, SR. 66th St. died March 1. Survivors -
wife Mareitta five
are a ;
!,>i'. of Bartow, Fla. wishes to Dean
thank their friends for sons, Frank Jr., Freddy ,
: e
., cards flowers Willie James, Raymond Eu-
telegrams ,
CARD OF THANKSThe CARD OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAMIn and other, courtesies extended -gene and Jessie;one daughter,
I Mrs. Betty Jean Dudley; one
family and friend of the family of the late memory ofand Special during thanks their sorrow.to the Rev.d. .brother L. N. Hankerson; two

late MR. NATHANIEL WILLIAMS nieces, Louise Rice and The-
._- a. Maynor and members of
wish to to the Brown. Funeral services
< express many St. James AME church of Bar- resa
.. friends and fellow workerstheir \ tow Fla. and Gause Funeral were held on Saturday, March
sincere appreciation for 4 at 4 p.nu at Mt. Morlah
the sincere consideration j Mortuary. Baptist Church.

etc. during their time of be* i

reavement. Special thanks to .... I'I Sincerely The Family, James Smith of 232 NW 8th
4 E Rev. Davis of the First Bap- ESTELLA LONGIn St., died at Jackson Memorial

tist of Brownsville, and to loving memory of a wonderful Hospital. Survivors are his
the House of Albert staff. and thoughtful mother IN MEMORIAMIn parents, Mr. and Mrs. James

who departed this We Mardi smith, Sr.; one uncle, Rev.J. .

The wife, 12, 1961. sad, but loving memory H. Smith of Greenville,S.C.
Mrs. Hannah Williams, Gone, but will always be re-, of our dear son and brother, His remains were shipped to
And/Family membered by, Greenville, S. C. on Friday,
a SAMUEL JAMES SMITH March 3 where burial and

IN MEMORIAMIn Frank E. Jones & FamilyIN who departed this life, Mar. final rites were conducted.

8, 1961. Abbie Howard Huff of 1448
sad] but loving mem- Life Is dull without but
you, NW 69th St. died March 1.
of dear MEMORIAMIn
ory our son and
God knows best.
brother. He is survivedby three daughters -
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A V.. Mmes. Florestine Mo-
loving dear
memory my
Rinah Smith mother
MRS. MAGGIE S. ROBINSONwho husband, ment, Louise Showers and Julia

_____ __ _.._m___.. departed this life Rose S. Johnson, sister Stanley, four grand-
children. Funeral
THOMAS MILES March 2, 1963.
Seems like she is held Saturday, March 4,
wte departed this life Feb. just away FRANCISMrs. in the
26, 1967 wish to express sin- I cannot say, I will not say chapeLClarence
She is dead, she is just Matilda Johnson 1440
cere appreciation and thanksto away Miller Lamb of
NW 56th St. died March 4 at
the many friends and neigh With a cheery smile and a 20730 NW 34th ave.died March

bors for cards, flowers, food, wave of the hand, e if iPal Christian Hospital. Funeral 2. Survivors are a wife,Cora,
visits and other kind expres- She wandered into an unknown services willbeheldSaturday, one son, Clarence, Jr.; two
March 11 2 at St.Mary's
land.It p.m.
sions of sympathy. Special daughter, Bernetta and Lin-
W. M. Church with Rev.H.V.
thanks to the Rev. T. C. Kel- da; a mother, Mrs. Leanner
is sad and not the love of Stuart, pastor officiating. Re-
ley, St. Paul AME Church. Lamb; two brother,Jimmy and
mains will in the cha-
Also a special thanks to the Still as the Saviour I say repose Bobby; three sisters, Roberta
She is not dead she is just pel beginning 2 p.m. Friday,
entire staff of the Richardson's t Lamb, Betty Jackson and Mel-
until 7 Remains
Mortuary. yUan Johnson. Funeral ser-
May God place a special -. -. .-.... The love Is the same and I will repose in the church beginning vices will be held Thursday,
8 until
blessing upon each and every will a.m. Saturday March 9 at 3 p.m. at New
CAMPBELL "Bubber"MOSS ,See funteral time. Survivors are
one of you. you some day. Shiloh Baptist Church.
two daughters, Mrs. Rebecca

Mr. Jessie Miles, brother who passed away Much Wiley Robinson Johnson and Mrs. Be mice Mrs. Ida Everette of 6500

Mrs. Mary Bacon, (fl I. 1957. ROBERT,JOHNSONwho Johnson; three sons; Edwin, SW 57th Place died March 2.

devoted friend May he rest In peace departed this life March Willie and George Johnson; Her remains were shipped to

And the CousinsIN shine und may light him. perpetual CARD OF THANKS 11, 1966. one brother, Edward Johnson. Tampa, Fla. on Monday for

MEMORIAMIn Mrt.upon Dollie Moss Gone, but not forgotten. final rites and burial.
David Rolle of 1258 NW 61st
.The family of the late
Sadly missed wife
mother ,
Street Apt. 1 expired March 6
KATHLEEN ANITA HIGGSof Stone of 14780 Polk
loving memory of my dear Campbell Moss Sr., Mrs. Leanna Johnson Sangster
at Christian Funeral
husband. father 2350 NW 55th Terr, who And all of the Family Hospital. St., Richmond Heights, died
Mrs. Mae Bell Moss, died on February 24, 1967, services willbeheldSaturday, March 3. He is survived by a
twin sister wish to give their thanks and March 11 at 3 p.m. at Temple brother, Lyman Stone; two

I Eugene Moss, son appreciation for all those who CARD OF THANKSThe Baptist Charch with Rev.L.A. sisters, Ellen Stone and ottie
Tytone Williams, contributed to the comfort and Thompson, pastor officiating. Fayson; Mr. and Mrs. JohnA.
t nephewIN peace of mind of bereaved Remains will repose In the Chaney, Jr. Funeral ser-
family of the late
family. chapel beginning 2 p.m. on vices will be held Friday,

Special thanks goes to FatherA. MISS VANESSA GREEN Friday until 6 a.m. Saturday. March 10 at 3:30 p.m. at
MEMORIAMIn Tyrrel Dear of the Churchof Remains will repose at his New Macedonia Baptist
memory of the Incarnation for his com- wish to thank their many home beginning 6:30 a.m. Sa- Church.
fort and services during our friends for the cards, tele- turday until funeral time.Sur-
hour of need. grams, flowers and other vivors are four daughters; Felton Sullivan,Jr.died Mar.
Also to the neighbors of 23rd courtesies which were extended Mrs. Rosabell Dames, Mrs. 2. He is survived by a wife,

Ave. and NW 55th Terr., for to them during their sor- Carolyn Brown, Mrs. Leona Arnell; two sons, Norris and
their donations and row; Johnson and Miss Harriett Felton; parents, Mr. and Mrs.

others, who sent their many condo- The Family Rolle; two sons,LeonardJohnson Felton Sullivan, Sr.; four brothers -

JAMES BARR lences in our time of need.Also Mr. and Mrs. James L. and Joseph Sands; two and three sistersinlaw -
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE I to; Range Funeral Home for Bennett brcthers< Napoleon and Theo- ; Mr. and Mrs. John Sul-

March 12. 1965. I their services. Mrs. Lizzie Williams phllus; six grandchildren. livan, Mr. and Mrs. ,William

"Ye saints who toll below., I w Mrs. Fannie Watson .., Sammy Jones'of 5445 Flagler'Donald Sullivan,Sullivan Sergeant Mr.and Calvin Mrs.

Adore your heavenly king, i John and Katherine Sheffield,+ St., West Hollywood,died Mar. Sullivan; one sister, ; Mrs.Ca-
And onward as ye go parents IN MEMORIAMIn 7. Funeral services will be therine Williams two uncles
Some joyful anthem sing Richard Sheffield of Colquitt ; ,
; held Saturday, March 11 at Ezell and John Sullivan. Funeral
Take what he gives and praise Ga.James. 11:30 a.m. in the chapel with services held
him still and Ethel Higgs loving memory of were on
Rev. A. D. Hall officiating. Wednesday, March 8 at First
Through good or ill, GrandparentsLisa JOHN L. MAYS Remains will repose in the Baptist Church.
Who ever lives!! and Albert
who departed this world Mar. chapel beginning 11 a.m. on
May he rest in peace and and brother
light perpetual shine on him. DEACON HARRY WALKERwho Aunts, uncles, other relatives 4, 1966 and was a resident of Friday until funeral time Sa- Mrs. Elnora Seymour of 2501
departed this life March Miami for 27 years. turday morning. Survivors include NW 153rd Streed died at Palm

Barr wife '8, 1964. He leaves to mourn: his wife; Leola; three Springs General Hospital. She
And Family, Seems like he is Just away Mrs. Ella F. Mays, wife daughters, Mrs. Shirley Ben- Is survived by two sons,Harry
with a cheery smile and a Mrs. Annie M. Leonard, jamin; Mrs. Diane Johnson and William Nabbie; a grand-
CARD OF THANKS wave of the hand, he wandered IN MEMORIAMIn mother and Miss Mildred Jonesoneson daughter, Mrs.Louise Cooper;
; into an unknown land. John Mays, father Joe Louis Wheeler; five Funeral services will be heldon

Mr. Leroy L. Irving, son of I say he is not dead, he has sad and loving 5 loving children and a host sisters, Mmes. Charlie Hal- Saturday, March 11 at 10
Mrs. Lena Irving,Miami,died just passed away. The love memoryof of other relatives and friends. ter, Annie Mobley,Mattie McCormack a.m. at the Church of the
Feb. 26, 1967 and was laid to Is the same and we will see Nettie Herrell and Transfiguration.Mrs. .
rest March 2 at Lincoln Ce- you some day. .N Marsha Lee Halter, twenty

metery, Atlanta, Ga. grandchildren. Gertrude Strickland of
Funeral services were held Mrs. Ceola Walker, wife IN MEMORIAMIn 3030 NW 68th St. died March
at the Dixie Hill First Bap- Sisters, Children and Alfred J. Munnings of 1821 2. She is survived by herhus-

tist Church in Atlanta with Grandchildren loving memory of our NW 3rd Avenue died March band, Early; five children,

the Moreland Funeral Establishment dear motherandgrandmother, 3. Funeral arrangements are Daisy Bell, Early, Louise,

in charge. Mr. Irving I., ..... .... Incomplete. Survivors are his Catherine and Bertha; sis-
resided at 2257 High r., wife, Louise; four daughters, ters, Mmes. Regina Fowler

Tower Court NW, and was a IN MEMORIAM .,". Mrs. Dorothy Manuel; Mrs. and Etta Fryson; Funeral ser
frequent visitor Miami. 4HARRY 'Garnetta Graham, Evelyn and vices will be held Saturday,

Survivors are Mrs.. BarbaraN. ..... -" ; Harriett Munnings; two sons, March 11 at 4 p.m. at First
Irving; one grandson, Ste- In sad, but loving memoryof f.. \ .. Kenneth and Frank. Baptist Church.
phen L. Irving; a mother, one our dear husband, father, )

sister, Mrs. Lillian L Jones, and sister, I: OUR CLASSIFIED ADS
Miami. Two brothers,A.Louis :_

and Lacey; four nieces and NATHANIEL GORDON, SR.
one nephew; one aunt, Mrs. AND BRING RESULTS

Annie Bennett, Key West; one HELLEN CORETTA GORDON .
daughter-in-law, two sisters- -
in-law; four brothers-in-law, who departed this life March E. ROUNDTREEwho .
and a host of other friends 7, 1962 and March 28, 1943. departed this life March x
and relatives. Asleep in Jesus! Blessed 7,1957. Gone, but not for I LINCOLN MEMORIAL CEMETERY

Mrs. Barbara N. Irving and sleep; from which none ever gotten.

mother, Lena Irving wish to wakes to weep; a calm and Sadly missed by:
thank the friends of Miami and undisturbed repose, unbrokenby Josephine Simmons, sister 3001 NW 46th Str..t NE 4-4197

Key West, who sent cards of the last of foes. William Roundtree, brother .

sympathy, flowers and other Mary Roundtree, daughter GERTRUDE BEN E. JOHNSON, Monog.r OX 19199I
expressions of kindness during Mrs. Elcena Gordon, wife Harry, Ronnie and Georgesons who departed this life March

their bereavement. And Children 3, 1965.

THE. -MlAM'l. !. TIMES. ;.' *Fridor. ..i fc fc JJ'*'.March h'k L.. .J 10.A A\ .1 196E. ..,1,1.,.,.,

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A special effort to recuit special recruitment drive. who will lead the task force ::registered nurses,health education pointed out, are of a pro- nus is added to the basic salary -
Negro men and women for They will consult with several unit, explained that a variety advisors, public safety fessional and technical nature along with housing allowance -
civilian Jobs in Vietnam will community agencies, includ- of special skills are needed :'advisors, agriculture specialists kequlring some years of ex- medical care, and
I, get under way in the Miami Int the NAACP, the Urban for help win the "other war" medical laboratory perience. Candidates must be other benefits.
area for one week beginning League, state and local em- In Vietnam.. He noted that the I technicians, supply specialists willing to be separated from Applicants will be expected
next Monday March 13. ployment officials, and Negro 'civil action in that country is and secretaries. their families for a minimumof to call for an interview beginning -
A task force from the U.s. college groups. as important as the Secretaries will be sought 18 months, and may be assigned Monday March 13th
Agency for International Development AID official Douglas B. effort and that 1,300 civilian .not only for Vietnam, but for to remote and possibly on a special telephine line,
r,: (AID) will arrive Sandst Deputy Special Assis- specialists are needed now to .other Far East countries, hazardous areas of Vietnam. 350-4131. The recruitment,
from Washington to plan the tant for Equal Employment, fill current vacancies and to while auditors and public safety Salaries will range from which ends the following Saturday -
advisors will be inter- 45,000 to $18,000 a year, depending afternoon will be conducted -
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-- -- viewed for positions world- on the position and from a temporary
wide. qualifications for the Job. Up headquarters in Miami at 20
Most of the positions, he to a 25 per cent hardship bo- S.E. 3rd Avenue.

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Reginald J. Pearman of the +r llr'n
federal AID agency.

"Negro men and women who rl s !1!',,, ,
k can qualify for the Vietnam
1 posts have a splendid oppor-
tunity to make a significant Till .
contribution to a peaceful out
come in that Far East Coun-
try,1" Mr. Sands declared."In
addition, they will be able to
advance their own careers. DISCOVER how marvelous
"'1 He said that the effort to
... bring a better life to the people ,' flameless Electric Cooking really is.
of Vietnam must go on long

it : -ajoo.; after hostilities" have ended. Faster cleaner cooler safer. "Waterless" cooking retains
"However he pointed out,
; ,
vitamins and minerals. Meat shrinkage is minimized.
1. "our immediate goal is to
'. )- help the Vietnamese resist Automatic time and temperature controls mean better results- added
t ,iittlt aggression and to build the hours of free time.

peace. This means working Go First Class see the new model ranges with the easy-to-clean
4 side by side with the Vietna- features and other improvements.Visit your electric appliance dealer today.THERE'S .
"" them to
mese people, helping "
I become better farmers, ., .
. nurses, teachers." -
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Among the specialists to be
recruited,J-Mr. Sands said, > FLAMELESS ELECTRIC.t7! 1
are provincial representatives %A cl'..n br..k with the p..t.
public administration .."..,, '_.. ....
advisors, provincial agricul-
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14 THE'MIAMI: + TIMES,,Y Friday,, 'M k.1, 0,',1961 I

A.M. Coku Tompl Church of God \Ir ( ] :

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I The Second Annual Wo- tifully attired in semi-formal Mrs. Nancy Miles. Total receipts Miles, church mother and Rev.l

man's day celebration was pastel colored dresses. Cap- for the day amounted to Jacob Cohen pastor.see .

climaxed with a glorious day tai is included: Geraldine Jor- $5,776.61.Our ( pictures on page 18)) OLIVETTERev.

ANTIOCHRev. of festivities on Sunday, Feb. don, Glendolyn Jenkins,Gwen- MT.

26. Speakers for the morningand vanette Cromartie, Pearl Woman's Day chairman, CALENDAR TEA K. E. Rogers, pastor

P. W. Wiggins, pastor evening services were Floyd, and Diane Brown.Miss Mrs. Rosa L. Storr, was pre- The Eastern Star meeting
Rachel B. Pratt, reporterThe Mrs. Dana D. Chapman secretary held at Mt. Olive
Geraldine Jordon reported sented a lovely trophy for her will be ,

and member of the highest amount and was untiring efforts in making the March-ites Calendar South Miami, March 12 at

ladies are going their Board of Directors of the crowned "Youth Queen" for second annual Woman's Day Club of Mt. Hermon AME 3 p.m., Rev. K. E. Rogers
limit and above to reach their
Roosevelt Savings Loan Association 1967 by her predecessor,Miss celebration such a great suc- Church cordially invites you will be the speaker.On .
goal for woman's day. Some and Mother E. Mc- Bernetta Storr. These girls cess. to attend each of its social March 19th, at 3 p.m.,

of the activities to be held Ewen, supervisor of Greater raised a total of $432.50.In affairs as listed below: Fri- our pastor, No. 3 choir, No.

this month are as follows.A North Carolina, respectively. the evening, the adult cap- The women of A. M. Cohen day, March 10th a birthday 1 ushers' board along with

musical program, spon- During the afternoon services tains were elegantly dressedin Temple Church of God in party given by all of the mem- the other members will be

sored by Mrs.Lillie Ross,who the youth of the church white with yellgw corsages. Chirst are proud of their accomplishments bers of the group. This pro- rendering service at the
will be the state
representing entertained us with singing, and wish to mises to be a gala affair so morning Star Baptist Church,

of New Jersey at our State dramatic readings, etc.MUm thank all of their friends for we hope that you have marked Princeton, Fla., to comme-

Tea, is planned for Friday "Woman to Remember," was the splendid cooperation re- this a must on your social morate the anniversary of
night, March 10 at 8. They also viewed and all.
enjoyed by ceived. calendar of events. Rev. Faison.

will have many singing groups The youth captains were beau- Mrs. Rosa L. Storr, chair Sunday, March 12th, a St. Let us not forget to pray for

appearing on program. man; Mrs. Syretha Strong, Patrick's Day Tea will be the sick and shut-ins. Everyone -
7te and members
president co-chairman; Mrs. Nancy held at the beautiful home of is welcome to visit and
of Choir No. 2 extend a cor- TEMPLE BAPTISTThe Mrs. Willie Mae Baker, 607 worship with us everySunday.ST. .

dial invitation to their springtea Missionary Society, NW 10th Terrace at 5 p.m.

on Sunday, March 12,from Mrs. Florence Hepburn, pre- ST. JAMES AME Friday, March 17th, aChickenand PAUL AME
3:30 to 5:30 Mrs. C. P.
Preston will p.m.be the guest sident, will sponsor a dinner Rev. F. E. Sneed Fish Fry will be heldatourchurch's Rev. T. C. Kelley, pastor

speaker. sale Saturday at the home of Marie A. Childs, reporterWe parsonage directly Mary Amos, reporter
Mrs. L Arnett 301 NW 16th across the street from our
There will be a impor-
Bro. Ray Crume, disc Jockey very
Terrace upstairs from high to have one beautiful church at 7:30 p.m.
were happy
of Radio Station WAME will tant meeting of the C.A.Gibbs
noon until? Donation one dol- Join forces with us on last Sun- Sunday, March 25th, break- club Sunday March 12 at the
be the M.C. Inspirational ,
fast will be served after Sun-
lar. 4'a day. If you are in need of a church. All members are
planned for Sunday
March program 19 at 3 p.m. There, Brother David Rolle died at church home, come to the rise services which will begin asked to please be present at
Christian Memorial Hospital "Friendly Church." at 6 a.m. 5
will be many outstanding per- k .._ We are asking all of our
sonalities participating.MT. Monday morning. Funeral -- --- The Calendar Club of the There will be battle of songs

services will be held at the ;MRS. LAVERNE ROUNDTREEMrs. church cordially invites you to friends to kindly contributetwo between Choir No. 1 and New

church Saturday afternoon.The attend its second annual Coro- dollars to our building Macedonia night
ZION Deacons'Board will pre- Laverne Roundtree won nation on Sunday night, March fund in an effort to consolidate March 16 at 8 p.m. Please,

sent a musical and literary 12th. At that time Mrs.Esther our many obligations.Each .
(Opa-locl a) the coveted title of "Queen of come out and give your sup
at 3:30 Friendsare Scott chairman of December Sunday, the group is
Rev. Milton Fayson, pastor program p.m. A.M. Coehn Temple for 1967. port.
invited. She was crowned by Mrs.Var- will be crowned queen, with asking that you purchase your Don't forget Class meeting
Parents are urged to send Mrs. Pearlle Mae Sharp and dessert from us. Pies and
nella Dickerson 1966.
The past Chairman's Club ,queen Tuesday nights of each week.
their children to rehearse for Mrs. Magdalene Johnson,first other pastries will be on sale
(Women's Day), together with Other adult captains included The pastor would like very
the Easter program on tues- and s e c o n d runners-up res- in front of the church.
its president, Mrs. Louise Mrs. Ethel Williams, Mrs. much to have a large crowd
day and at Come and Our chairman, Mrs.Vernese
Thursday 5:30p.m.The pectively. support
Strong Mrs. Joan
Blandf ort, invites you and your Syretha ,
is that all out.Plan
Witherspoon asking
success of t program Storr Mrs. Edna your month. to have
family to their first tea,March Thompson, dinner with
depends on your cooperation.The We are asking your continued persons born in the month of ,
Mrs. Mattie Dean Mrs. Stewardess
12 at 3:30 p.m. in the annexof May- I Board No. 3 Sun-
the church, please come out No. 1 choir is to be con- dell McSwain, Mrs. Rosa L. prayer, for the sick shut-ins, March kindly contact her and if .|day.
gratulated for the appreciation and for those in the armed you should miss her, then see
and encourage these ladies in Storr, Mrs. Annie Mack, and Remember our sick and shut-
program given in honor of Director forces.. our pastor, Rev. Sneed. ins and
their new endeavor.On say a special prayer
to Men's Day,March 19th. R. Hepburn for faithful for them. '

4 Ail day, the men of our church service over the years. JORDAN GROVE NEW PROVIDENCERev.

invite you to worship with Rev. C. H. Smith, pastor C. J. Burney, pastor ST. BARNABASRev. GREATER NEWMACEDONIA

them. Theme: "How Good and LIBERTY CITY CHURCHOF Eddie L. Gilbert, reporter
Women's Day will be cele-
How Pleasant it is for Bre- Howard Demeritt,pastor
CHRISTF. This coming Saturday, the brated on March 19th. This is Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastorSis.
thren to Work Together in Phyllis Johnson, reporterWe
Deaconess will sell dinners in our 7th annual celebration. A Aurora Beard, reporterThe
Unity for Christ. More about L. Thompson, minister the kitchen at the church. If highly exhilarating programhas women have started the
this next week.If were happy to have
Thelma S. Holmes, reporterThe you are desirous of a dinner, been prepared for you. very ball to rounding again. They
want to work to in our midst again Mrs.Flor-
you ,
brothers from the call 751-6378.
Choir No. 1 will be engagedin will observe their annual Wo-
busy Mr. Zion. churches of the south east March 13th through 19th, the a Battle of Songs with Choir rie Wilson after a long period men's Day the fourth Sunday

coast of Florida will meet at church will begin celebratingits No. 2 of New Macedonia Mis- of illness. in October. The.women, along

MT. SINAI BAPTIST the Liberty City Church of -ninth"anniversary. All are sionary Baptist Church on We are asking all the child with the aid of the* men are
of the to be
church present
Christ, Saturday, March 11 invited. .. Friday night, March 10 at 8 ren working tirelessly to win the
and time March 13 for the
Patricia Austin, reporter. at 8 p.m.brothers are ask- Let us remember the sick and p.m. Guest choirs participating on crown of ,Miss Greater New
of the Easter
ed to be present and on"tim rehearsal paly
Our morning message was shutins. will represent the following Macedonia.The .
delivered by the Rev. Albury.The Refreshments will be served. We will be looking for you churches: New Hope M.B., rehearsal of the Easter Play ladies have chosen the
and ushers board meet-
second Sunday night, We take this opportunity to Sunday.SALTER'S. Greater New Bethel M.B.and Junior following officers for Wo-
at 6:30
March 12, at the church an introduce the ministers and New Providence M.B. Choir ing p.m. man's Day: Chairman Sis.
CHAPELRev. Let remember to ,
song leaders of this church. us pray
after service presentation l No. 1.
Mytric Murray co-chairman
for sick and shutins.BAHA'IS ; ,
be held, sponsored by Brother The ministers assisting are H. R. Salmon, pastor The Missionary Society has Sis. Leola Bovan; secretary,

James Cooper and his group. Bros. T. L. King, C. Brown, Betty Morant, reporterWe planned a wonderful program, Sis. Ora Lee Burke; trea-

On Sunday, March 12, at the H. Ward, W. Tynes, and F. L. had a great turnout to both educational and inspira- surer, Sis. Cleo Bush.

t ,church, a "Pre St. Patrick's Thompson. The song leadersare the morning services, and we tional for your enjoyment on ASSEMBLYThe Monday night after the second -

Day tea" from 4 to 6 p.m. R. Swindle, T. L. King, are going to have our spring, Tuesday, March 14 at 8 p.m. Sunday, prayer revival

will be sponsored by Sister G. Turner, L. Hall and W. ending the second Sunday, Let us continue to pray for Baha'is of Miami will meeting for the Rev. J. John-

Rosa Perry and her group. Tynes. which is Sunday coming. We our sick and bereaved mem- hold a study class on the son.

Saturday, March 11, the Mt. We are showing film of the are asking that many of our bers. book "The Promised Day is

Sinai Junior choir is spon- "Patriatchal Age.in ourTues- friends come out and Join In Come," 1 p.m. Saturday, GLENDALE

soring a car wash in the backof day night Bible classes. These our service with us. FRIENDSHIPRev. March 11 at the Dinner Key (Richmond Heights)
films are very helpful and All the committee heads and Marina Park, 27th Avenue and
the church, beginning at 9 J. E. Jenkins, pastor Rev. B. L. Turner, pastor
makes the Bible more easily their members asked to Brickell in Coconut Grove.
a.m. Donation is $1.00. We'llmake are Mrs. R. Harrington reporterOur
Sis. Lee Carr ,
Ruby reporter
Miss Ida Solomon will direct
understood. Come and see
your car look brand new. make their reports.The Week of
Prayer is still
we keep in mind our sick these wonderful Bible storieson Junior church is still the study.
Sunday, at the end of the "The grant that our
and shut-Ins and keep on film and bring a friend. meeting on Fridays at 5 p.m. PromisedDayisCome"is
service the 3 searching this
No. Ushers'Board as we week
Visit the church that makes a review of the Tablets to
praying that God will strengthen We would like to have all the lead
will sponsor a pew may each of us to dis-
feel at home. the Kings and religious lead-
you mothers to send their kids out
them. See in church.FELLOWSHIP .
rally. The president, Bro. J. cover what God can do with
to participate in the ers of the world in 1867, revealed -
many C. Wright, and members invite Baha'u'llah our hands and with our lives.
by Founder
.. -
programs that are planned for
you to attend. A All Christians know that
the church. very I of the Baha'i Faith. The
interesting program has been "prayer" is the key and we
CENTRALBAPTIST.West i J public is cordially Invited to ,
As Saturday
prepared to entertain need plenty of
you. prayer preach
By R. J. McOhaney :attend. ,
there will sale in the'
( Hollywood)" be a :
With the church's bus opera- ing, training and teaching in
The women of Central.have basement" of. the church. We schedule OUr churches
"What time r am afraid, I ting on our atten- today.
will trust in thee." Psalm chosen Mrs. E. J. Clark for are,also asking thatyou drop dance is excellent. We are 'PASSION SUNDAYMUSICALE Our first Youth Week will be

56:3. chairman and Mrs.Pearl Seymour -, by and give-us a helping hand. still letting our friends and held for the entire week withour

Have you ever been afraid co-chairman for their On the third Sunday, the n members_________ _know n that_. all the-VJ v youth in charge of our ac-
of something? And did not tenth annual Women's Day. members will go to Perrine have to do is check the schedule The Episcopal Churchwomen Uvities for the week of March

VHow what it was or why? I We are expecting a Job well to have service with the church and you can ride to and of the Church of the Trans- 19-26. These young people are

am sure I have. And that is done. there. There will be more information from the church at no cost to figuration invites you to attend being trained to carry out our

the best time to turn to the The No. 1 Ushers' Board on this next week. you. its annual Passion Sunday Jobs as adults. "They are the

Chirst within, and have a lit tie and Deacons are beginning We are sending this prayerto Our deepest sympathy Is extended Musicale, March 12, from4to church of tomorrow."

talk with Him. And He will say Sunday with a fellowship pro- all the obys in Vietnam and to Bro.andSis.Howard 6 p.m. at the church. Let us pray dally for peace,

to you, fear nc, for I am with gram in behalf of Women's those who are in the service: Nixon in the loss of his mother. Featuring the crowning of unity and strength; also for

you always. Just try this for Day at 3 p.m. at the church. "Hear my voice, 0 God, in Our get well wishes to Dea- "The Little Angels for 1967." those who are burdened with

I yourself, and you will be assure Mr. Zeff Newbold is presi- in my prayer: preserve my con John Smith in Victoria Some of our prospective Lit- sorrows, but God is master of

I I as I am of his loving dent, Deacon Clarence John- life from fear of the enemy Hospital and Bro. Charlie tle Angels are: Servlla Wal- us all, so let us walk with him.

i kindness. Isn't it wonderful, son Is vice president and Rev.E. I hide me from the secret counsel Burnett In Opa-locka hospitaland ters, Sheryl Alicia Reaves, You are always welcome to

to have such a Saviour, as J. Clark is pastor. of the wicked; from the Insurrection to all of our sick members, Roderick Pender and AveryS. worship with us at our Mis-

I this? So until a later date, if Pvt. Franklin R. Clark, son : of the workers of we miss you. Our prayers are Brown. sion in Liberty City, or at the

; God's will let's seek Him, of Rev. and Mrs. E. J. Clark ;:iniquity." Psalms 64 verse, that you will soon recover. Mrs. Samuel Harrison is church, and hear Pastor Turner

and will, surely find Him. is home for dew days. Frank- ;:1 and 2. Let us also pray for Come to church and have your president and Father Elisha expound the truths from

1 Thanks.we lin is statlrad in Ft.Lee,Va. i I the sick and shut-ins. faith lifted. S. Clarke, Jr. Is vicar. God's Holy Word.

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THE MIAMI Y1MES- Friday,'Wrch'.Wj.lM/' ; 15'

I Bethel To Show Films, MEN'S DAY 'AT BEREA BA FTIST HOB'S Day at Kell's ChapelP... i

Pour Tea DRAKE MEMORIALThe Rev. J. Toles,pastorS After many weeks of pre-
is t erR. Stacey, reporterI
the of
By Joseph E.S.RAY pastor, officers an I paration men Kelly'sChapel
H. Clark, chaplain and Mrs.M. with the assistanceof
McBride, treasurer.The members invite you to attend I Sunday was a very high day the ladies of the church
Greater Bethel AME church program committee is their first annual Men's Day.I for us. God blessed us so that ,
to launch the Men's
leaders, adults and young peo- Mrs. Clark, chairman, Mrs. The men are planning spiri-- he brougbtoneofouroldmem- are ready this
ple will see the Boy Scout Illinois Smith, Mrs. LulaFlo- tual uplift for you Sunday,, bers back home with us,in the Day March program 12 with two distinguished Sunday-
Jamboree film Friday, March! wers and Mrs. Fannie Jer- March 12. person of Sis. Bloom and webe
10th at 7 p.m. and the movie nigan. Mrs. Mary L. J. Cou- The morning speaker will I thank God for that. speakers.
"This is Girl Scouting" Sunday sin and Mrs. Carrie Ward, Mr. Patrick Range, one of I We are asking all who know !
March 12 at 7 p.m. at the are honorary members. our young business menthe of: the word of prayer to please
close of the regular evening community. Co-owner oRange : pray for us here at_Berea.

service.As SHILOH BAPTISTRev. Funeral Home, a member rs,
the discipline of the Afri- of ANTIOCH M.B.

can Methodist Episcopal A. M. Griffin, pastor ber and commentator of Holy (New Liberty City)
Church requires the organization Sister C. M. Myles, reporterThe Redeemer Catholic Church. Rev. A. H. Essix, pastorWe
of Boy and Girl Scouts, Pastor's Aid Union will He has as one of his many duties P

and Greater Bethel Church convene Sunday evening, at 3 membership on the exe- had a revival service all MR. E. N. TAYLORThe
has the three Boy Scouts units and Mt. Calvary Baptist cutive board of Boy Scouts of day Sunday. Oour pastor delivered -
Cub Pack, Scout Troop and Church will be in charge of America. two powerful sermons. morning speaker will be

Explorer Scout Post, it is the service. Rev. Atchison The evening speaker is Mr. God blessed us with three new Mr. Charles Lockhart,an out
hoped by officers of the churchto will deliver the message.The William Smith, businessman members.We standing leader in our com-
encourage parents and No. 2 Choir will have In our community.He is owner invite you to worship with munity and the evening speaker
teachers of the various departments dinners on sale Saturday at of Florida Filter,Inc.,a mem- us Sunday. will be Mr. E. N. Taylor,
of the church to the home of Sis. Charlotte ber and elder of NewCovenantPresbyterian -- A another dynamic leader incur
Moss, 2610 NW 48th Street. community. The morning service -
take increased Interest In Church and MHo CHARLES LOCKHART
Please call 635-6429 will at 11 and
scouting by viewing the two andhave treasurer of the Christian begin p.m.
your dinner delivered. BROWNSVI LLE the evening service will com-
pictures, and to enroll lead- Community Service agency.
ers and committee workersfor New Hope Baptist Church and Mr. Frank McKoy is chair- Rev. W. M. Davis, pastor mence at 7 p.m.
the Girl Scout cluster who< Shilop Baptist will worship together man and Mr. Leroy Richardson Mrs.Donella Turner, reporter and Mrs. Farris Clark
again Easter Sunrise is co-chairman. The from Cleveland, Ohio, are porter.
will take the training for ser-
vice in the organization.Mrs. morning service will begin at theme for Men's Dy is "Stand, Friday night, March 10, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Le- The Women's Home Mis.,
5:30 The choirs andushers W. M. Special chorus, and thePastor's Simmons 14661 Lincoln Nattie:
Clarice Littles, neIgh- a.m. Up and Be Counted." Please roy sionary Society, Mrs.
of both churches will Aide Club will accompany Blvd. Mr. Leroy Simmons is Chick met at 11
borhood chairman of the Girl serve plan to attend both services. L L L au president, .
and Rev. W. E. Sims will deliver me pastor to Mt. in Baptist Hospital. We wish o'clock.
Scouts Council will
present the sermon. Carmel Baptist Church. The him a speedy recovery. Now that the pastor's anni-
Mrs. Jean H. Scrogins, Mrs. NEW HOPE BAPTISTRev. pastor is asking all ushers
The Pastor's Aide Club will versary Is over, let all auxiliaries -
M. McQueen and other offi-
have a sale Saturday at the and members who can and Services on Sunday at Hurst get back to their work. I
cials to make the and
appeal home of Sis. Nellie Sheffield. W. E. Sims, pastor will, to Join him. Chapel AME Church were spiritually And do remember the sick and
show the film Sunday night. Remember to visit and pray Mary L. Mayfield, reporterThe Sunday morning, March 12th, high. The Rev. W. J. shut-ins. Fray for their

for the sick and shut-ins. men of this church will the Junior ushers and Junior Allen is pastor. Let us not speedy recovery.
USHERS TO POUR TEA sell barbecue all day Saturday, choir will worship with the forget our budget which ter- Ordination services will be

ST. PAUL AME March 11, in behalf of Men's Bethany Baptist Church on minates the second Sunday.We held Sunday at 3 p.m. for the
Ushers' Board No. 4 will) Day, which will be observed their youth day program. welcome our visitors and hope new pastor of St Peter's Bap-
hold their 17th annual Spring (South Miami) Sunday, April 30th.Our chair- Also Sunday afternoon, a tea they will come again. tist Church, Perrine. The
Tea at the church from 4 to Rev. W. A. Curry, pastorWe man, Dea.William Grant,and will be given, sponsored by Wednesday after the second church was organized and
6 p.m. Sunday. Participants honored with the the Tribe of Joseph from 4 Sunday the District Con-
were man, Dea. William Grant and pastored by the late Rev.Thomas -
will Include Mrs. Emma Col- presence of Dr. J.A.Roberts, co-chairman, Bro. Allen Ker- to 6 p.m. ference will be held at St. Rolle. The public is invit-
Has, mistress of ceremonies; the speaker of the hour, on son are askingyourfullestco- Psalm Sunday, all of the John AME Church, South Mia- ed.
James Fayson, guest soloist; Sunday. What a wonderful time ope ration. ushers boards will celebrate mi.Let

Jerome Trapp, pianist; Rev. when Christians worship together The Willing Workers will sell their anniversary jointly.All us not forget our sick B.T.W. CLASS OF 1957
Ivor McCall, solo; Piano selection in the house of the Lord. pies Saturday, March 11th at members of the Junior and shut-ins.Mrs.Jean Town- The class of B.T.W. of 1957is
Red Circle and the Sunshine
by Miss TamelaWalker We send is reporter.The .
are looldngforwardto
ror the home of Sister Bernice
> having a meeting Monday,
Band are asked to meet at
; Faith FaithGospelSingers annual Men's Day program on Kerson 1470 NW 59th Street
March 13th at the home of
mi Jackson High SchoolQuartet Sunday, March 12, also the Phone: 691-4367. the church Saturday to hold Sunday School of Mt. Elaine Manuel Symonette
Miss Beatrice E. Mciver regular business meeting at Uoriah Church Per- ,
District Conference Wednesday Easter Sunrise service will Baptist 3201 NW 11th Court.Business
Miss Karen Reed will give the March 15. We are hoping be held Jointly with NewSh110h 3 p.rn. rine, was well attended. The of importance to be discussed.
welcome address. Mrs. Mable everyone will enjoy the Baptist church,on Easter Sunday Don't forget pies and barbe- Rev. W. C. Edear is pastor All members are expected at
Reid, president, will acknowledge conference. at 5 a.m. OUrpastorRev.W. cue will be sold Saturday at and Lillie Ruth Harris, re- 8 p.m.

the guests, officers and Let's visit our sick and shut- L. Sims, will deliver the the church.
members.The ins and message.
Junior ushers will be Also at 5:30 Easter -
p.m. on 4
Sandra, Roland and Ronald Sunday annual Easter
our pageant SAMPSON'S MARKET
Sands and Ronny Hill. The will be held at the
hostesses at the tea table church.
will include Mrs.RubyStrick- them.M". Remember sick
our and shut-- 1466 NW 62 ST.
land of Mt. Hermon AME; ; in members: Brother Robert

Mrs. Elizabeth Taylor and Roberts, Sister Cora Allen n

Mrs. Florence Mosley of and Sister Mary Lou Gibbs. fREE DELIVERY 6965111APPLES

Greater Bethel AME. Other ...... ......-
officers include Mrs. Bertha
,' \ ,,.' ",.';>," >' !ii.\,
Polite, vice president; Mrs. NEW MT. MORIAHRev. I
',.. ,,:, ,! ,. -I
.t//.i )12-4 9' "
Bertha Copeland, secretary;; ': A.. L. Shipp, paste: : _' t: : v:" '
Mrs. Clara Woodard, financial Sis. Evelyn Souter, reporter '. : '',!. .;, .1{'
secretary; Mrs, TheresaEBENEZER

.. .. ,t.i' Prayer meeting tonight, at t SEE-ALL
8. All members and friends; GRITS 1 LB. BOX. 9 '

Rev. A. D. Hall, Sr., pastorE. please be present.The .
Ingram, reporterThe Bro. Robert Butler, chair- anniversary of Choir No.
man of our Men's Day program 2 will begin March 17 through ':it -.T #. .1, :l": M

public is invited to attend says: "Our Men's Day 19th. An enjoyable programhas ': :"tJf..1 t .. t
the annual Pre-St. Pa- must grow and glow and go. been planned. The publicis TURKEY WINGS J'<> '.f.,t :2\, .II.,.I'..'.

trick's Day Frappe Sip, Sun- Won't you help us make It so?" invited. "
day, March 12 at 4 p.m.,sponsored Sister C. Willis is reporter. The Usher's Union will render -
bySenior Ushers'Board service on the thlrdSundaj

No. 1 in the social hall of the GRACE :night, beginning at 6:45 p.m. GiiSRADE"A'P;
church. The guest speaker will PRESBYTERIANRev. I Each one is asked to be present 3$1

be Mr. Okon J. Esenowo, a ; .
W. F. Savoy, pastor
student from Africa attendingthe : .
F'F ;) "
Miami-Dade Junior Col- MEATY ,,' ,j": : ,'. I
lege. The Frappe Sip is an All members and friends are MT. CALVARY "

annual affair, each year, the looking forward to the Easter Rev Samuel Atchison, pastor NECK BONES LB lOti
board tries to bring something season, and we hope that you Cynthia M. Johnson, reporterThe .
different, which offers great will spend your hours of wor- CHICKEN/ 2 REG.
inspiration. Please come out ship with us at Grace. We are month of April brings BREAD SIZE

and enjoy the occasion. preparing, in addition to the ,about a variety of activities WINGS .3 LBS. $1 s"5t
The Poinciana Circle will be regular services, a Maundy being planned. The Juniors are BAKED BY HOLSUM

in charge of class meeting on Thursday Candlelight Com- going; to celebrate their anniversary ..
Tuesday night. munion service for Thursday the, second Sunday, (' > ",,01: \ I :' : '''\'iJ\ ':i''' ,

Let us not forget the sick evening, March 23; a Good Lpril 9,1967. They are now in
and shut/ins. We may send a Friday service for Friday, full preparation for the celebration : SHORT m.s'-sill
card of cheer,to let them know March 24, from 12 to 3; an of their anniversary., ,

they are remembered.' The Easter dawn service at.5 a.m. On April .30, from 4 until 6p.m. -
following are among our sick and a Sunday evening Easter ., the members of the No. FRESH PANSAUSAGE
and shut-ins: Mrs. Remilda program by the Sunday School. 4 i Ushers' Board will present

Sims, Mrs. Syble Thompson, We look forward to a happy The Mod World of Fashions "LBS. 39t
Mrs. Eliza Cleare, Mr. S. S. month of worship in March. Models will come from the Allegro -, .

Taylor, Mrs. Dorothy Braz-' This Sunday afternoon, from Modeling School of Coral '
4 to 6, the Elks will hold its WEEKS '. > ALL 1'5ITEMs'
ley, Mrs. Grace McRae and Gables. THIS .
Oratorical contest. We
Mrs. Truenell Hill. annual Everyone is invited to come
Each member is urged to are happy to be host for this and enjoy themselves with the BlinERBALL SPECIAL $9.881
support the Calendar Rally. Very fine event this Sunday, members of the Mt. 'Calvary
invite to and
and we you come
Let us try to make a report Baptist Church. '
each week on the assessment.III enjoy this program.
This is the last month of the
first quarter. The church is payments. This special effortis WORKING MANSPECIAL

asking all members to be up being called "The Easter
to date in pledges for January, Pledge Rally." Let us all beup ,m.sS6.

February and March. Also, to date In our pledges by ,.
members who have not paid the end of this month! "
., .
their Men's Day assessments And remember, you are always "
are requested to make their welcome at Grace!

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16 friE MAMI'tlMES; 'Friday' March'\ id, 1967 _

-.t' Community Involvement at Dorsey WORK IN

I r

Continues With Another Workshop VIETNAMAGENCY

.Thursday evening March 16th Concert Band. Dr. Leonard dance presented a problem. FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENTU.S.

at 7:30 p.m., Dorsey Junior Britton, SupU of North Cen- Literally hundreds of homes DEPARTMENT OF STATE
High parents will attend a tral District spoke briefly. were visited to determine the INTERVIEWS IN MIAMI
workshop sponsored by the Community involvement con- reasons for Dorsey's absen-
teeism. Assistant Provincial RepresentativesAssist Vietnamese. Require 5 years of progres-
Guidance Department. They tinued with the opening of the
will share views exchange school year in Sectember '66 In-service training pro- Vietnamese Pprovincial officials in sively responsible experience In ware-
ideas about "Tuning in the when the entire Dorsey staff grams for teachers and coun- civil operations and help coordinate and housing, property and Inventory manage-
Tuned-Out Generation" in made home visits to meet selors are being planned, according support wide range of A.LD. activities In ment. This experience should demonstrate
small buzz-sessions. Parents parents and greet students. to Mrs. Annie E,Rus- province concerned, e.g., refugee relief, extensive knowledge of warehousing and '
will also see Dorsey studentsin Several other mass home visitations sell, assistant principal for strengthening village government, budget, stock control practices and procedures.
action as musical selectionsare were made duringthe guidance. They will centeron "self-help" development forlocalschools, Supervisory experience preferable.
rendered by the chorus.An current year.Teachers the development of the health cllncis, agricultural development, Salary: $6,450 $10,600 per year.
instrumental group will and counselorshave Self-Concept and the latest and wells. Bachelor's or Master's degree HEALTH EDUCATION ADVISORS
perform also.It scheduled to date numerous -, techniques in communicatingwith with major preferably in public administration Work directly with counterpart Vietna-
conferences in increased the political science politics and eco
an community. mese personnel to improve health educa-
was last April 12th, that a effort to understandthe nomics of developing nations, or Far East tion services, arid to improve the health
series of communityInvolvedprograms Dorsey student as a pro- studies. Recent experience in leadership education component of various health
was begun at Dor- duct of: his home.In ,, position in community development and programs. Also work with technicians of
The kick-off addition management, refugee or disaster relief,
sey. program a new programof other UJJ. operations Mission divisionsto
featured Rev. J. B. Blacknell counselors in the field was or broad local government administration interdepartmental coordination.
and selections by the Dorsey begun where student attenWOOLWORTH'S- is also required. Equivalent experincemay Require assure M.A. degree in Public Helath and
be substituted for academic require-
5 of work in
years experience program
ments. Salary: $6,500 $12,500 per year.
with official
ECONOMISTS planning and development, an
k Assist in development ant formulation of health agency.
Salary: $10,000 $15,000 per year.
.rr economic aid programs; provide officials
with data, analyses, recommendations to TEACHER EDUCATION ADVISORS
,. evaluate A.I.D. programs; advise Vietna- Advise on elementary education, teacher
mese officials on economic policy and training, classroom construction, and
plans. Ph.D. in economics, or MJV. with teaching materials. MJS. required, Ph.D.
at least 2 years experience economic preferred, in elementary or secondary
analysis or teaching economics college education plus 3 years public school
ltr itiLjr level. Competence in economics develop classroom training and 3 years as pro-
ing nations desirable Salary: $8,500 fessor of education or 3 years school
$18,000 per year. administration.
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION ADVISORS Salary: $10,000 $18,000 per year.
Advise and assist local and regional Viet-
Miss Mavis Bodie, daughterof namese government officials appraising AGRICULTURAL SPECIALISTS
Miss Inez Bodle and grand- administrative operations, identifying Advise and assist Vietnamese provincialand
daughter of Mrs. Agnes Bodie problems, and developing solutions. May loan officials on various agricultural
of 1151 NW 55th Terrace,who advise in such areas as in such areas as matters. Must possess B.St degree in agri-
i is a senior at BethuneCookman budget, finance, taxation, personnel, organization culture, plus 5 years of professional
College is home to begin and procedures and plannning. experience in one of the following specia-
her internship at Holmes Require Bachelor's and preferably Mas- lized fields: LIVESTOCK (Poultry and
\ elementary school. ter's degree in public or business administration Swine); FARM MACHINERY; SOULS AND
or other appropriate social science FERTILIZERS; FRESH WATER FISH-
I SPRING FASHION SHOW plus a minimum of 5 years full time pro- ERIES.
II II I fessional local government experience in MEDICAL LABORATORY'TECHNICIANS
I Don't miss the Spring Fash- two or more of the above fields or as Personally perform (and train Vietna-
Ion Show sponsored by Cen- city or county manager. mese) In paramedical duties such as laboratory -
tervilla Kindergarten Parent Salary: $10,000 $17,500 per year. and X-ray technicians and phy-
Club at Bonded Rental Agency VOCATIONAL EDUCATION ADVISORS siotherapy; also utilize diagnostic pro-
Recreation Center, 4150 NW Train Vietnamese for vocational occupa- cedures, perform minor surgery, make
7th Ave., Sunday, March 19th tions. Require M.A. vocational education referrals to medical or surgical facili
\ from 3:30 to. 6:30 p.m. Donation plus 5 years teaching experience. ties. Require minimum one year experi-
\ is $1.00. Salary: $10,000 $18,000 per year. ence as paramedical technician in one of
Mrs. C. Harris is president. REGISTERED NURSES above or allied skills with preference to
, .....
Toppings for day or vrvningACRYIACE Assist in staffing provincial hospitals administering those with college training and certifi-
EDUCATION BENEFIT direct nursing care to refu- cation or registration in specialty.
TEA SUNDAYThe gees and other civilian patients. Require Salary: $6,400 $7,700 per year.
SHELLSAiry Registered Nurse Certificate and ward
Interracial Mother's Association -
Invites to their nursing experience. (Vietnam and Other Free World Countries)
you Salary: $6,500 $10,000 per year.
Assist police forces of Free World Coun-
knits of hand 1 7th Annual Education Benefit PROVINCIAL AGRICULTURAL
and improvement of
tries in development
Tea Sunday March 12 at New
able acrylic. Back national public safety programs. Five
Covenant PresbyterianChurch Advise and assist local and regional
Fringe trim. 299 years experience executive or supervisorylevel
( ( NW 12th Ave. and Vietnamese Government officials on wide
tern, other designs. \ 43rd Street, 4 to 6 p.m. Guest range of agricultural activities., Require in federal, state in or local administration law enforcement -
Degree police -
colors ;31-40. speaker is Mrs. Claudia Ful- BJS. degree in agriculture, plus several and allied fields and overseas experience -
ler, director of Mt'Zlonand years experience working closely with desirable.
Dorsey EOPI. rural communities as Extension
Salary: $6,500 $15,000 per year.
All money raised will go for work until conservationist, agricultural
tY. ,New Spring ttylf the college education of our teacher or similar activity. AUDITORS
S youth. Salary: $10,000 $15,000 per year. (Vietnam and Other Free World Countries)
gt k Mrs. Marian Lender is president HOME ECONOMICS Participate in audit activities of major
r Mrs. Marion Muldrowis EXTENSION ADVISORS economic assistant programs of U.s. Re-
chairman and Mrs. Ann Advise Vietnamese on planning and im- quire BJS. with minimum 24 semester

\i COTTON IIOUSES[ Coleman is'reporter.CREDIT plementing home economics extension hours accounty, supplemented by 2 years
programs. BjS. in Home Economicslplus
UNION LOANS at least 5 years progressive experiencein hours accounting, supplemented 2 years
Culmer Neighborhood Fede- extension work in rural areas. experience public accounting or internal
+ r $ Salary $10,000 ) audits private industry
ral Credit Union at Culmer : $15,000 per year. or government.
SUPPLY SPECIALISTS Salary. $6,500 $15,000
Neighborhood Center, 490 NW per year.
Responsible fort initiating warehouse SECRETARIES
11th Street is now accepting
+ loan applications from its practices and procedures in field storage (Vietnam and Other Far East Countries)
Fresh Spring prints! 'Colon membership. areas; maintenance of stock records, and Serve as secretaries to principal mission
and white in crisp submission of reports; warehousing, dis- staff. Require High School diploma,ability
I i .. k combed cotton. Six: collar tribution; communication with other regional to type 50 wpm, take shorthand 80 wpm.
styles.. Misses'32 to 38. and Saigon logistics offices; review Applicants must be single, without depen-
operating and management policies; supervise dents, over 21.
NOW OPENPRINCE'S movement of supplies; and train. Salary: $4,700 $5,400 per year.REQUIREMENTS .

I -Apphcant$ For the position i listed above must bt U. S. Citizens 'for at
M least 5 years (stenographers, citizenship only); in excellent physical condition; willing
,. k M It.ft9 elastic leg to serve a minimum of 18 months abroad without families; qualify in a test for ability to
i learn ,a foreign language (some posl tlons); have had high level professional performance
DUPONTATIN: : previous employment in addition to meeting dated minimum education and experience.
p;. PitBarBQ BENEFITS: 25% Hardship Bonus (Vletnom-Good) Base Pay-Pedodic Pay Increases..
Furnished Quarters (Vietnam-Liberal) Vacation and Sick Leave-Attractive Reduced-Cost
BRIEFS Health and Life Insurance Plans-Minor Dependent Education and Family Separation Al
lowances (Some Cases)-Pre-Training Up to 10 Months with Pay-Language Tra
lowances (Some Cases)..Pre>Tour Training Up to 10 Months with Pay-Language Training
(Some Caus-PX) Privileges When Awilable.


; For An Appolntm.nt March 16 March 17 March 18
y 46th St. : MONDAY-TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY 1 10a.m.- 10a.m.- 9a.II.-3p.m
t .k ; Smooth, comfortable fit & March 13 March 14 March IS 7. p.m. 7 p.m.
with elasticized waist ando 9 A.M. to 6 P.M. ROPER BUILDING
legs. Double crotch. In BEST HICKORY ((305) 350-4131 20 S.E. Third Avenue
white, colors. Sizes 5-8. ColI.ct If out-oF-town Miami Florida

ANDCHICKEN After March 18 application lor the above positions may b. made by submitting a r..
same to: Agency for International Development, Recruitment. Division, Bureau for
: ;,::: YOUR MONEY'S WORTH MORE AT IN TOWN For East Washington, D. C. 20523.

WOOLWORTH k A.I.D. Is An Equal Opportunity Employer


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MIAMI.TIMES, Friday, March 10,. 1967 .17


[Spearing with......... "','"'I' K. Hutchings of Abilene, Kansas, will send tnree entries Looking the '
out after the $25,000 grand prize Saturday night In
tries out after the $25,000 grand prize in the finals of ,
Flagler's 80,000 Internation Classic Saturday night, and SPORTS
one of these--Cleve Commel--appears as the probable fa- '
SBY vorite to bring Hutch his second triumph in greyhound ra-
y cing's richest and most colorful event.
The Abilene breeder took the event with Suel's Rose in WORLDBY
HARRY SPEAR 1963. This time he came in with six challengers in an ori- ::4
ginal field of 54,. and he now has three of them in the finals.
Cleve Commel was high point scorer by a 10-point mar- LEO ARMBRISTER Over
gin over all rivals with four victories in six tries in the ,
quarter and semifinals combined. Second on the point list

Then came Bob's Vickie, followed by Discreetly, Good
Cause, Friday Fish, Party Partner and Copier. Hutchings'
other two, in addition to Cleve Commel, are J. A.'s Buck the basketball season dribbles towards an exciting climax -
and Friday Fish. Curley, the state's third-ranked team Is springing towards -
tl Ray Randle will have two good ones going for him inDiscreetly a state championship having used the boot-strap tech-
and Copier, though the latter lost some of her nique to pull themselves into the semi-finals Friday with the
earlier luster in the latter states of the 9-race prelimi- No. 2 team of the state, Gibbs High of St. Petersburg.
naries. On the other hand, Discreetly appeared to improveas Coach Petta of Curley's Justifiable confidence in winning thestate's
he went along and his triumph over Bob's Vickie last championship is easily conceivable with the rebound of
Saturday was impressive indeed. confidence that he has instilled in squad.
Johnny Gay, John Taylor, Baptiste and company will have a
real test, slowing down the fast-moving Gibbs;but if they show
the same stamina they displayed in eliminating McArthur in
the regionals Saturday night, then South Florida may very well
ORIOLES SPRING TRAINING OFF WITH BANG Many Dolphin players have aopted Miami as their per- be the home of a state championship team.
manent home. Sam Price is teaching at Booker T. Wash-
Brooks and Frank Robinson, Booge Powell, Curt Blefary, ington, Willie West is teaching at Richmond Heights, Jimmie GAME MAY GET TV COVERAGE
the power house and the rest of the world champs started their Warren is working with John Hancock insurance and Gene .>
season of training In great style. If the season were opening Mingo was working as an automobile salesman, but his look- So high is the interest in the tournament game; that TV
tomorrow, there would be no trouble. Pitchers all look In ing for something more suitable.No coverage is being sought over the facilities of the educa-
great shape. Manager Hank Bauer, Billy Hunter, Gene Wood- horses to watch this week. Don't want to spoil my tional station WTHS.
ling, Harry Brecheen, Sherman Lollar, Trainer Eddie Weind- reputation. Had a good meet at Hialeah, therefore, I am Floyd Lay, executive secretary of the FHSAA is hopeful,
ner, assistant trainer Ralph Salvon, George Bamberger, Jim looking them over at Gulfstream. When I see who and since television under the shield of the educational station,
Frey, Vern Hoscheit, Ray Scarborough, and Earl Weaver are what Is ready, then I will go to town. Hope my readers can bring a reduced cost of $4,000 instead of $10,000 that
working hard to get them in shape for another champion- made a little money. My bank roll wound up over $300. is normally the price for two hours of peak period time.
ship. This Saturday, March 10th at 8 p.m. at the Miami My last winner was Golden Lamp $6.60, lost the time be- DARK HORSE MAY SHINE IN
Stadium, Orioles open with the Minnesota Twins, Sundayat fore.
2 p.m. they paly the New York Yankees. For game and TRIPLE CROWN EVENT
ticket information, call Jack McGowan at Miami Stadium, Ran into a real good friend of mine recently, Vinnie
phone 635-5395. Prices box seats $2.50, reserved $2.00, Carlesimo, who played for Villanova and coached Ladyof The time for looking toward the Kentucky Derby and the
(reserved behind home plate) $1.50. General admission is the Valley High School champs, here for a visit with Triple Crown of racing is fast approaching and so far no
$1.25 and bleachers $1.00. UM coach Charlie Tate. Charlie wants one of Vinnie's three-year-old has been significantly outstanding to be tabbedas
boys who played for him, Richard Cunningham, 6-2, 220- a potential winner.
pound fullback. Racing fans believe that a wide-open three-year-oldseason
creates more interest than one dominated by one or two
standouts; this then may be a very interesting season; so
To all the wonderful far Reflected Glory seems to be the entry from the east
ORIOLES SPRING BASEBALL SCHEDULE unless Successor regains more of his form he carried as

people who supportedus a twoyearold.The west can. produce any of an equal rating from Rising
OAU t ViSItiNG tU 1 fJMt Market, Runker Sand Devil, Top Bird, Tumble Wind, Serve
FrL Mar. 10 Minnesota Trt1nl 8:00: P.M.' Notice and Dr. Isby.PRESCRIPTION.
for House District 111 Sun. Mar 12 New York Yankees 2:00 P.M.
Wed. Mar. 15 Kansas City Athletics 1130 P.M. FOR GOOD PUTTINGTom
FrL Mar. 17 New York Mets 8:00 PM..t' .
.. < Sat., Mar. 18 Loa Angeles Dodgers 8:00.M.. Nieporte and Julius Boros,both fathers of seven child
\ OUR \ l' Sun. Mar. 19 Los Angeles Dodgers 2:00 P.M. ren have won golf tournaments this season on consecutive
Fri. Mar. 24 Pittsburgh Pirates 8:00 P.M. weekends; they both pointed to their putter as the instrumentof
SINCERETHANKS Sat. Mar. 25 Pittsburgh Pirates 8:00 P.M. their b"uccess--theor1zing that a man who is surrounded
k Mon. Mar. 27 Washington Senators 1:30 P.M. by a lot of kids need not suffer from distracttonitls, and
Thurs.Mar.30 Boston Red Sox 1130 P.M. Is likely to be a fair putter.
Sun. Apr. 2 Atlanta Braves 2:00 P.M.JohnBegg. Aside to Kelley C. Wilson, dean of boys at NorthwesternHigh
why don't you putt better?

Negro college ,stars have been named to Look Ma-
:" ..' gazine's 10-man AU America. team, picked by the United
". : States Basketball Writers Association.The .
'\ : players chosen were: Lew Alcindor UCLA; Jim
: Walker, Providence; Westley Unseld, Louisville; Mel Da-
niels, New Mexico; Elvin Hayes, Houston and Clem Has-
f" ,*$ kins, Western Kentucky.The .
selections, made by the writers' nine-man awards
:: committee representing the eight NCAA districts, were
announced today in the new issue of Look.
Robt. E.. Evans Hughlan Long ci.rkM.mii Others chosen for All America honors were: Bob Lloyd,
Rutgers; Don May, Dayton; Larry Miller, North Carolinaand
Bob Verga, Duke.
Now we urge you to vote 3r fy f'4y'J The much acclaimed Alcindor is the only sophomore namedto
the team, which is comprised of four juniors and five se-
niors. Walker, one of the top scorers and best ballhandlersIn
for the candidate best the country, is the lone repeater of those picked.
Unseld, a rugged 6'8" rebounder is described as "Chairman -
of the Boards" in the Look article. Clem "The Gem"
Haskins' effortless style gained national recognition for him
qualified to serve. on a three-year basis, despite the fact that an injury side-
lined him a major part of this season.
I IY The writers cited Hayes for his relatively unheralded defensive -
__ prowess ("he blocks as many as a dozen shots a
game") as well as his obvious scoring talent. Daniels was
also praised as a top performer at both ends of the court who
LEO FURLONG was sure to go in the first round of the pro draft.
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bred Scotch drinkers. They've been smacking ,
lips over John Begg for years. Suddenly this grand
FLORIDA NEEDS old name is on the tip of everybody's tongue."Take a 63rd St.
peg o'Begg.. a wee bit better than the best," say ; ; dill Charles
FURLONG the poetic Scots of their treasured John Begg,whose & 7th AVI.THE .
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LOOKtlt! !
KELP HELP HELP Our juke box is loaded. Onlyat
FOR SALE the Satellite can you hear
REV ROOSEVELT the sensational Willie Bobo

FRANKLIN 42% net return, CBS and his Afro-Cuban flavored
hard core Jazzl! Every nite -
Of Macon, Georgia duplex. $1200 down, 1 Satellite Lounge.
DIVINE bank mortgage. Price .

r ;' \ SPIRITUAL HEALER 10000.
Jesus Is truly giving victory -
,', to many,many people's Did you know that
I \ .. ti."l problems. OWNER: Ben and Jean Fenster -
1'11,: or write me today. I 373-83690R 27 15133 formerly of Fenster's -
g" "
I have a special message for Storeof
.. .. !; every troubled soul. Last Department
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weeK many many people 1260 NW $2nd St.
Mrs. Joan Storr, Mrs. Loverne Roundtree, Mrs. Bessie McLveen, Mrs. Syretha were helped by my special
I Strong, Mrs. Maydell McSwain, Mrs. Annie Mack, Mrs. Edna Thompson, Mrs. Rosa selected Bible reading, to $100 Down $77 Month are still in the Liberty
Storr, Mrs. Nancy Miles. Mrs. Ethel Williams. Not shown: Mrs. Mattie Dean. be you read want on to Special be delivered Days.If 1800 NW 83rd Street City area? Yes!
QUlcklv.. Send 41.0O And Open Sunday 1 til 4 We are now in the
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ELKS ORATORICAL stampedself-addressed en- Lovely 3 bedroom CBS, on Real Estate business.
CONTEST large comer. Hurry, this
The public is invited to attend . .
the Elks Oratorical Contest at 4 Bedrooms 2 Baths
630 MORROW -
AVENUE Fenster
Grace Church
Presbyterian ,
MoeonCo.Phi SH 5-4475 142 NW 39th Street
Al Sunday March 12th at 4 p.m. I Small Down Payment, No
Come out and support this Special You!will Selected get these Bible qualifying. 738 NW

worthy cause. v.,.., By R.turn Mall 5
N $700 Down-No Qualifying 62nd St.

t ''ha'. 2035' NW 93rd-Terrace
WPot Your QueenIn This One. .!II. .a Beauty. 759-8779

One Of Our Castles $7,500 1760 total.NW 46th Nicely Street(furn. And let us find you a
* nice home at a rea-

Homes For As Little As ALLAPATTAH 633-0426 REALTY sonable price.Life's .

I' Mrs. Rosa Sforr, Woman's Day chairman, accepts plaque -
Miles Church Mother. $100 Down "'
from Mrs.Nancy '
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8450 NW 10 AVENUE : .
Buy A Horn TodayOPEN terms.Corner. 2 bedroom, carport, screened patio, FHA GFWrfMA" .. "'\ ,. ,, ", __.. Mf:

((1)) 3051 NW 69th Terr 3 bedroom, $300 8443 NW 12 AVENUE SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
house 2320 NW 90th Street 2 bedroom, CBS, garage,
down FHA
$96 mo., terms, large new
2 bedroom lovely home, stove, sprinkler ,
ly painted. system enclosed porch, jalousie windows, awnings, large
FHA terms. kitchen I new roof', 'fenced yard, FHA price,
$11,600 with $350 down and $72.16 month.
d ((2)) 2375 NW 155th St. Opa-Iocka $57 mo., SWIMMING POOL HOME
Veterans no down payment, CBS, 2 bedroom. ,2 bedroom, Fla room, garage, air condition,
i sprinkler system, FHA terms. Like new 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS in Allapattaharea.
((3)) 660 NW 46th St. 3 bedrooms, $600 down. Tile roof', awning windows, large formica
MODERN CORNER 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH HOME kitchen, very modern bathroom, expensive wallto
wall carpeting and drapes, like new stove,
((4)) 901 NW 66th St. 3 bedroom, $500 down. Patio, built-in stove, re frig., fenced, FHA terms. refrigerator' and dishwasher, swimming pool and

fenced yard. A better home at $18.000 FHA with
((5)) 2020 NW 85 St. 2 bedroom, $300 !own. 1600 NW -9 STREET $800 down and $110.33 month. We have keys.

$80 month. 2 bedroom, Fla room, garage, rugging and drapes, SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
No qualifying.
2350 NW 162nd Bunch Park Bargain. Like
t ((6)) 2025 NW 91st St. CBS duplex, $350 810 NW 83 TERRACE new 2 bedroom CBS, awning windows, large lot,
down. $85 mo.CASH. Beautiful 3 bedroom, air conditioner, and stove. freshly painted inside and out. Price only $8,500,
No quail 'ylng. with $300 d ovn and $56.20 month, FHA. vacant.


((1)) 3098 NW 56th St. $ 3500. BEING DISPLACED BYURBAN RENEWAL. AL- Large duplex in AllPattoh area Corner CBS,
SO THE VA AND FHA PROGRAM. 2 bedrooms on each side, appliances, tile roof.
Owner will inside and out, refinish floors
((2)) 1121 NW 47 St. Duplex, $7500. King Realty Inc. paint down
make like new, FHA $16,000, $600 $98.78

((3)) 1529 NW 51 Terr 2 Houses, $6900. of Miami, Realtor month.


((4)) 1324 NW 58 Terr. 4 Bedrooms, $5500. 8000 NW 7 Ave. Lovely 3 bedroom, CBS, Fla room, (can be used

for 4th bedroom) enclosed front porch, carport,
((5)) 1301 NW 60th St. 2 Bedrooms, $3000. Jj PL 1-9708 y, tile roof, 2 reverse cycle air conditioners, wallto
wall carpeting, laundry room, extra deep lot.
FHA price $15,000, $450 down and $93.33 month.

FORD REALTYINC. Broker Best in Town. "

3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635-4595 2477 NW 101 St. -2 bedroom CBS, garage, tile
NO CLOSING COSTS ON THE FOLLOWING roof', large 'fenced yard, awnings, freshly painted
inside and out. A bargain at $10,000 with $300
2 CBS BEAUTIES. 3 bedrooms, dining room, down and $62.22 month.
utility room, carport, appliances, 2 BEDROOM
HOUSE completely furnished. $6 00 down, $16,500. SELLER PAYS 1/2/ CLOSING ,COSTS

HOME REPOSSESSIONSNo GORGEOUS 2 BEDROOM CBS Screened in 160 NW 68 St 2 bedroom CBS, carport, awn-
POOL AND PATIO. Garage, stove, air cond., Ings, tile roof, appliances, wall to wall carpeting
Red Tape beautiful new area. $600 down. $16,000 total. fenced yard. A bargain at $10,800 with $350
down and $67.03 month


3 OR 4 BEDROOM CBS.Beautiful corner. Dining Modern 3 bedroom CBS, carport, awnings, (jalousie
NO QUALIFYING room, garage, storm awnings $2,000 down,$12,500 windows, sprinkler system. $1,000 down
total. and take over FHA mortgage of. $10,790 at 5!%% in
a terest. $82.67 month pays everything. Move inl
CBS 3 BEDROOM Dining room, carport, appliances -
See-Call Owner fenced $1,000 down. $10,500 total. NO RED TAPE MOVE RIGHT IN

North Miami Beach 1530 NE 151st Terrace.
4232 NW II PLACE CBS 3 BEDROOM Fla room, dining room, garage, Like ,new, large 4 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS beauty,

3 bedroom, Fla. room, porch, carport,. com carport, new roof, $2,000 down, $12,000 total. tile roof, awning windows, built-in kitchen, ap-
pliances. Price $15,500, $1,000 down and $110
pletely' painted. Floors finished. A real $i5 MONTH, $1,000 DOWN Neat 2 bedroom, month pays all. Vacant. We have key.
beauty. CBS, carport, appliances, 'fenced $8,000 total.

CBS 4 BEDROOM. Enclosed porch, dining room,
339 NW 39 STREET garage, carport, appliances, $1,000down, $10,000
CBS bargain. See and call for lows low DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFYWE

price. 2 largo bedrooms, (large living and WE HAVE MANY OTHER GOOD BUYS HAVE INCOME ,PROPERTIES, TOO!

dining room, tile bath, large porch, save $100 DOWN FOR VETS& DISPLACED PERSONS '" '' ; {
$$ Dollars $$. Life I
Realty a irikij

: l

Call Owner 758-8749 4932 NW 7th. Ave PL 9-4371. :; .
.;;.ii ,
4240. NW 7th' A... 751-5551. Open,7 Days Per Week Evening Toot '''




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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday March 10, 1967 19

: FOR RENT CHILDCAREInfant Everything I..W".y in Beauty. Phone:

CLASSIFIEDAb1ThT and toddle day care in 371-9482.. Address: 166 NW .
;r Living room, dining room,
10th st., Miami, Fla. Master
: home. Will take good I
I bedroom, kitchen, bath, open my very cosmetologists. Daniel Mc-
porch newly painted. $75 'care of your child. Phone .
..5 WORDS OR per Williams, prop. and Catherine
LESS $',50.-5< FOR ADDITIONAL WORD. month. 888-6643. 4007 NW '759-8335. Bell cosmetologist. (M 31)

FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE 1 unfurn. cottage, 1 bedroom. 3-6 PM
Open Sunday
Call 693-1778 before 9
Waterfront! CBS. 3 bedroom 420 NW 42nd St. FHA$13,500. p.m.
$400 down FHA. 3 bedroom
plus garage. Will be painted. Huge CBS, 2-3 bedroom, tile CBS. Like new, lovely large To settle an estate 11 rental 1360 NW 88 STREET
Choose your colors entire roof ecnlosed clo-
ex no
landscaped lot. Call Massa units on 7 lots make offers
terior. FHA terms $600 down sing costs $450 down
payment. Seller pays closing $89.56 monthly., only See today,, Realtor, 7517511. to 371-2070 after 6 p.m. Very nice CBS home, 3 bedroom, 2 bath,

costs. Location is 9251 Little Aetna Realty (Broker), 811 Fla room, front porch, carport.
Rent income. Invest
plus Nice 2 bedroom 9026 NW
River Blvd. (14th Ave. N.W.) NW 54th St. Phone 757-5724. ,
Will be open for your Inspec- Open 7 days. In a new duplex and have 20th Ave. Nice location. No -
tion Sunday 1-6 p.m. Fenster the best location and the priceis children. $24 per week. Call

Realty, Broker, PL 9-8779. right. Call 235-2958. Mrs. Wilson 691-2630. to s
112 NE 48th Street. 4 bed- /
room, 2 bath, FHA $17,000,
Edison Area 1951 NW 152nd Street. Repossession -
no closing costs, $700 down, Rooms. Reasonable. Call 634-
Drive by 5661 NW 6th Ave. bargain, 3 bed-
Custom built, 2 bedroom, 2 $111.888 monthly, double garage room, Fla room, oak floors, 4947.
bath, Fla room, garage, large oak floors, huge rooms, front porch city water. 235-
lot, key at office, see' this 75x125 lot, can you qualify? 1 bedroom apt. Adults only.
2958. No clo-
qualifying no
one inside. You will like. Call Aetna Realty, Broker, Phone 681-7001.
sing costs.
Total $15.000 FHA. $450 811 NW 54th St., Phone: 757-

down. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, 5724. Open 7 days. 1621 NW 58th St. 2 bedroom Furnished room for nice per- Ave.
anytime, 751-2243. Open Sun- son. 5520 NW 15th Avenue.A 13906. NW 7th
day.! house on large lot, zoned for
2365 NW 79th'' Terrace. FHA
3 bedroom, 1 bath, carporte, $6,500.2 bedroom, clean,new cash apts. down Total price balance$4600.$40 1/2 very lovely room in private 685-0021 OR 947-7111 EVENINGS
large lot, large Fla per home with all in
room, a roof, large rooms, only $200 month. Call Hollywood 987- privileges
beauty, FHA terms. $450 dn. down, $60 monthly pays all. 4668 after 6:30. the Opa-locka area. NA 1-

Located at 760 NW 85th St. One 15 year mortgage, don't 0428.
Call en this one now. Fenster miss this Aetna
Realty, Broker, PL 9-8779.- Broker, 811 one.NW 54th St.Realty,757-, New house with acre of ground. Rent or Lease
CBS with hardwoodfloors 140
Sliding ..s door,matresses, 5724. Open 7 days. NW 158th St., Biscayne Gar- HELP WANTED 4

springs, odd-ends. Phone: dens. $20,000 total, $5,000 Restwrwt
635-5752 after 4 p.m.M 3). 1360 NW 51st Terrace. FHA down. (March 31) Career Opportunity with 75
$11,200. CBS 2 bedroom tile
year company as mana-
Aiiapattan Area roof, oak floors,enclosed north trainee.
$100 Down Payments ger Starting salary
Drive by 1240 NW 31st, just no closing costs, $350 2-3-4 bedroom CBS like new. $400 per month with rapid BEER AND WINE LICENSE.
painted, 2 bedroom, CBS,total down, $69.60 monthly, best
advancement. Call Mr. Ward
Anyone can buy ets or non-
$10,500 with $350 down BUSINESS
FHA close-In area. bBe first! Call i I
8 to 5 635-0731. GOOD
$78 month pays all. A. Ben- Aetna Realty Broker 811 NW vets, Payments from $59 mo. a.m. p.m. DOING
Kori, Realtor, anytime, 751- pays all, one mortgage. Call
54th; St. 757-5724.
Open 7
2243. now, we have the keys. Tip $300 SECURITY
days. Top Realty, 6850021. 13906 Girls 18 to 25 dancers, sin- yX

Income $$$ NW 7th Avenue. gers. No experience neces- J&
Drive by 6932 N. Miami Ave., 950 NW 89th St. FHA 15500. sary. For big shows In ex- *

3 units, live in 3 bedroom and Large 2 bedroom, Fla room, clusive hotels. Room and
rent the 2 units, good area, garage, tile roof, oak floors, Beauty salon, good location, board, good salary. Ask for 373-1931 V
need some cash down good business always. Rea- *
make built-in modern kitchen dining Miss Evans or Miss Nze.
offers., anytime Call A.751-2243.Ben-Kori, Realtor room, air cond. and heat, sonable. 696-9061 after 9 pm. Saturday all day from 12 noon

-- awnings and much more for til 7 p.m. March 25 at the
Used furniture. 436 NW 16th
Edison Area $500 down, no closing costs. Street. 691-4807. Fine Arts Conservatory. 327 NOW RENTING
Drive by 4755 NW 5th Ave. $96.21 monthly. Do you really NW 62nd St. 757-1351. Ba-

Nice carter, 2 bedroom CBS, want the best?? Then call thing suits required. Huntington Arms Apartments
$12,500 FHA terms total. Aetna Realty, 811 NW 54th FOR
$400 down, vets $100. This St., Phone: 757-5724. Open RENTA B6 NE 50 TERRACE

l' is very nice. A. Ben-Kori, 7 days. lovely room in private Collector wanted dally or
Realtor, anytime, 751-2243. very Large one bedroom or two bedroom Apts.
home with all privileges in weekends. Good pay.Call 945-

'". -Open Sunday., ... Wantto steal ,a.house? CBS,, the Opa-locka area. NA .1- 5501. m. w Furn. or Unfurn. Desirable neighborhood.

2 Homes 3 bedroom, $8,800 total. $100 1428. Shopping at Sobal I Palm Stop & Shop. Good,
Drive by 1875 NW 90th st. down. $55.80 monthly. Aetna
Completely fenced, lovely Realty, Broker, 811 NW 54th Nice room, convenient loca-
big 2 bedroom, 2 bath, custom Street. Phone: 757-5724.Open tion. Nice settle ladypreferred. FICTITIOUS NOTICE Bi-monthly.

rear built 1 bedroom., living room verv, 18x38 nice. 7 days. 751-0294. Notice of Intention to Re- To See Call 757-9931

Value $21,000'selling for gister Trade Name.
1545 NE 152nd Terrace.
$18,000 FHA terms. Key at Nice 2 bed. CBS apt. $22. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
office, A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, Savings and Loans foreclosure CBS, 1 bed. Apt. $17.50. that the undersigned,engaging
anytime, 751-2243. in Washington Park. 3 bed- Good, 2 bed. rear house. $20. in business under the nameof
room, excellent condition,like Downtown location-CBS,
Integrity Janitorial Service
new, near shopping, schools, bed. apt. $14. ,
No Qualifying 1043 NW 76th St., Miami, EDISON Specials
Drive by 626 NW 47th St. park, moderately priced, low Effcy Apt., furnished $13.' Fla., intends to register the
$500 down for this clean down payment,conventional or Very large house, $25.
Small said name with the clerk of
2 bed.
duplex. $20.
corner, bedroom, partly furnished FHA. Financing available.
the Circuit of Dade
CBS, large 1 bed. apt. $17.50.
carpeted in bedrooms.
Small monthlypayments.Open OPEN AFTER 2 P.M. SUNDAY
Terms County, FIa. and with the Office -
arranged. A. Ben-Kori, Sunday afternoon 1 to 4. Call Come into our office
Realtor, anytime, 751-2243. 532-5566. Liberty Rental Agency, 2020 of the Secretary of State. 8915 NW 9 AVENUECBS
--- NW 62nd St. Call 633-7809. Signed:
immaculate Isaac James tilt roof', Fla room, garage, central heat,

Drive by 845 NW 83rd Terr. $100 Down Payments 346 NW Slat St. Lovely front (March 24) well, pump, sprinklers. Beautiful neighborhood,
Just like new beautiful wood 2-3-4 bedroom CBS like new.
house for nice family. $26
$450 FHA. No closing cost.
floors, lovely big Fla room. Anyone can buy, vets or non- week. Liberty Rental Agency.
$450 down FHA terms. A. vets. Payments from $59 mo. Call 633-7809, 2020 NW 62nd
Ben-Kori 751-2243., Realtor, anytime, pays all. One mortgage. Call Street. I

now we have the EYS. Tip PAN AMERICAN I ((1)) 1461 NW 92nd St. Big, big CBS home with

2 nice Dade County Pine Top Realty, 685-0021. 13906 1015 NW 52nd St. Very nice WORLD AIRWAYSThe 1 Hi} bath, tile roof, Fla. room, extra large garage .
Homes on 1 lot. Good deal for house decorated also '
NW 7th Ave.Equipped newly
lot. This is
75x100 $16,000 FHA terms. something '
people selling their homes to rear rental effcy. Goodneigh-

urban renewal or ex-way. beauty salon, priced borhood. Liberty Rental Agency World's Most extra nice, has fenced rear yard. Carpet
Drive by 351 NW 45th St.
then call Fenster Realty, below reasonable. Terrific location 2020 NW 62nd St. Call Experienced Airline ing.

Broker, PL 98779. ,634-0733 excellent after 7:30 clientel. 633-7809. NOW HIRINGSTEWARDESSES ((2)) 800 NW 44th St. CBS on large corner lot
---- Phone pm.
3 bedroom, CBS, 2 bath, and weekends.No 2960 NW 60th St. CBS 2 bed- plus another lot on 8th Ave. No qualifying, ask'

carport, tile roof, bank finan- room house, newly painted. ing $3,000 down. Fla room and garage.

cing only. So if you have a closing Cost. CBS, $250 Electric kitchen, big yard
substantial down paymentyou down, $70 month pays all. partly fenced. $26 weekly.Liberty To Fly All ((3)) 6520 NW 1st Place CBS home, $250 down

could obtain a mortgage $9800 full price. Nice large Rental Agency, 2020NW Six Continents FHA.No closing cost.$86 per month pays every-
from any bank. Drive by 1240 thing. This is an exceptionally convenient
call kitchen, oak floors, jalousied 62nd St. Call 633-7809.
NW 88th St. Then Fens-
ter Realty, PL 9-8779. windows, Biscayne Realty, MUST be single. Age 21 thru neighborhood.
Inc., Broker, 759-8500. Spacious 1 bedroom furnishedapt. 26; height 5'3" to ,5'9"
---- 51st street near Miami Weight 105 to 140 pound ((4)) 835 NW 84th St. CBS, $300 down FHA. No

2 bedroom home, 1 bath beautiful, pool area and, No Closing Cost. CBS on 2 avenue. Adults, no pets. Call Must Good b health.. High Good School vlilon.graduate closing cost. County taxes 'only. $92 per month

patio landscaped, large lot, lots completely fenced. Try 758-1098 after 5 p.m. (two years-of college pays everything.

nicely FHA terms. $600 down, good $10,500 FHA and $250 down desired). Knowledge of a

terms. Call for appt. Fenster and $78 per mo. Biscayne Nice, lovely room. 633-2336. foreign langueg. ((5)819) NW:' 2ndSt:- 3 bedroom, CBS, tile roof,

Realty, Broker, PL 9-8779. Realtylnc.Broker,759-86OO. Receive $301.50 par month garage, no qualifying. $830 down.

Furnished cottage. Men pre- while Aftor 1
---- beautifulFla Opa-locka. CBS, very modern ;ferred. 757-0452. $425 P training..r month plus eddl yeor ((6)) We have some nice duplexes on FHA terms.
2 bedrooms, 2 .
with completely yard.
room, finest of area, ga- tionol compensations. 3C ((1)) R-1 lot just west of 167 NW 48th St.50x120.
rage, beautifully landscaped, $300 down, $85 per month. No !Unfurn. 2 bedroom duplex, days paid! vocation p.r

even large enough for a 3 closing cost. Biscayne Realty, ]large yard. Refrig. and stove year. I
bedroom home. Call for appt. Inc., Broker, 759-8600. j turn. Call owner OX 6-2392. ,
only. FHA terms. Fenster __ ___ <$22.50 week. MIAMI INTERVIEWS FHA TERMS OR NO QUALIFYING.YOU .
per Tuesday, March 14, 1967
Realty, Broker, PL 98779. 3 bedroom, 1 bath CBS, car- : look CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR

port, utility room, excellent look, to all people For 'Interview Appointment $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING
location, like new.Reasonable who are on welfare and are CALL PAN AM 637-2778
$100 Down Payments down payment. No qualifying. ]looking for a nice and lovely ,
2-3-4- bedroom CBS like new. Call broker, Martin M. Ber1 1 life time home. Call Mrs. Or apply at Florida State

Anyone can buy, vets or non- ney, 624-6983. 'Wilson, 691-2650. Employment Office, 14 NE EDISON 1 ,REALTY .Realtors
vets. Payments from $59 mo. lit Avenue, Miami. ,

pays all. One mortgage. Call 3 bedroom, 1 bath, Fla room, 1 Large one bedroom apt.Furn.or : I
Tip An Equal 75 %W 62nd St 751..2441I
the keys.
now we have CBS. Low down payment. No < unfurn. neighborhood. Opportunity Employer > ,
Top Realty, 6850021. 13906 qualifying. Call Martin M. i 29 NW 52nd St. Adults only.

NW 7th.Ave. Berney Broker, 624-6983. To see, call 757-9931.

-20- THE'...- .MIAMI......... TIMES,_ .PrMnv.. .--, .March..-- --- 10.- -. 1967- --
ladies of Hills
Future Teachers 48 Order of EasternStars
The following
All members of the Baptist PTA Milts March 15 of America students of Invite you and your friends to
The Dade County Branch Association
sit In with them
Women's Council are requested for Childhood Edu- Parents in the .Allapattah and ((4) Allapattah Is going to become Brownsville had the opportu- on Sunday,
to be present on Friday cation Invites you to hear Dr. adjoining neighborhoods are a Community School. nity to go over to Booker T. March 12, 4 p.m. at 6833 NW

evening, March 10, promptly Haim Ginot, an associate professor asked to circle March Ib on You will want firsthand information Washington High School, Mar. 15th of Avenue the and listen to
one greatest
at 8 o'clock and to bringa of psychology at New their calendars. Our parent's as to how a Com- 9 to see a career program. mediumsof
new member to St. John York University. Dr. Ginot meeting for that night holds munity School can best serve They are: Sherly Garret, Vanessa all times. This great treat
Baptist Church. The meetingwill will speak on the topic,"Meet- much in store for them. Any "your" interests. Your opportunity Moss, Linda Jones, will long be remembered by
last only one hour. Mem- Ing the Critical Needs of one of the following could be a to garner this information Lynn Campbell, angela you and your friends.
bers are urged to pay their Children." major reason for your wantingto will come on March Starks, Patricia Garrett,Glo- Donation is only $1.00.

( dues. Mrs. Florence Davis, The meeting will be held on visit our school that night: 15th. ria Dykes, Everlene Johnson,
financial secretary,and Mrs. March 15th in the auditorium (1) You may pick up your Remember, if you must bring Carolyn Hicks, Jacquett Ma-
Annie Mae Johnson, treasurer of the Miami Springs Junior child's report card and talk small children to the meeting jor, JoaneDenson,Nettie Everett -
will give a financial re- High School, 150 South Royal with his teachers about his with you, our gracious Future Theda James and Joyce REGISTER NOW
port. Poinciana Drive at 3:30 to grades. Homemakers of America will Gilbert. LITTLE FOLK PLAY
"How to Send the Gospel 4:30 p.m. (2) If your child has not received be on hand to provide baby- Brownsville's Library Club
Around the World," will be a passing notice for this sitting services at the school has been newly put into organization SCHOOL
the topic of discussion. six weeks' marking period, Just for your convenience. It and will be spon- 3290 NW 45 STREET
you will certainly want to see Is also important to rememberto sored by Mrs. Page, one of Miami Florida

NOTICE TO JOBAPPLICANTS Carver his counselor and teachers. have your child's grade section our librarians.. ... ,
Remember, the end of the yearis and the names of his CANTATA, Nvrttry & KlndtrgarttnLictnstd
drawing near and, if at all teachers and their room num- PRE-EASTER by
'Ranches it possible, parents and teachers bers on a slip of paper. This Bethany Seventh-Day Adventist Florida Stat Welfare
The Miami Times does not Church choir, pre-
should make an all-out effortto will help you expedite time
knowingly accept HelpWantedads sent "Behold Your King" in a Call
children to and faster service.
from employers coveredby News'&y encourage guarantee pre-Easter Cantata, Sunday, 634-3044 or 635-5233
knuckle down and earn the best The administration and faculty -
the Fair Labor StandardsAct March 19, at 4 p.m. at Bethany -
which applies to employ Walton Bow possible marks in order to are looking forward to Seventh-Day Adventist
pass to the next grade. It may spending a pleasant evening
ment In Interstate commerce, 2500 NW 50th Street.
if they offer less than the legal The West Hollywood Civic not be too late for those will- with the parents of the studentsof church.
minimum wage ($1.40 an Club will hold its Installation Ing to put forth the extra effort Allapattah Junior High
hour for those covered priorto services Sunday, March 12, to pass. School. Immediate
2 at the Carver Ranches You May Get
February 1, 1967 andl.00 p.m. (3) Information will be given
Park, SW 21st St. and 48th concerning the subjects your BILL IS BACK
an hour for newly covered
employees) or fail to pay the Ave. The public is invited. child will be offered next year. Bill Charles, master of the Relief If You Suffer From
applicable overtime. Contactthe This will be of great help to Hammond organ is back again.
United States Labor De- The South Broward VFW Post you for you must help your Every nite you can relax In Backaches
8195 will hold special meet- child out of Spasmodic
partment's local office for a make his decision for our this world atmos-
more information.TOOTHACHE. ing Sunday, March 12 at 4816 his elective subjects and sign phere. Never an admission Skin Disease
Pembroke Road. All members :his subject selection card. Satellite Lounge.

please be present.The Impotence Frigidity

Rev. B. L. Black,pastorof I Stammering
Why suffer agony. In minutes lit relief that New Macedonia Baptist VOTE Bedwetting
lasts with ORA 311. Speed-release formula
puts It to work quickly to relieve throbbing Church, West Hollywood, Is Smoking Alcoholism
Clots.toothache Ask your pjln. Recommended*.by*many den. in North Miami General Hos- TED PLESSY
for pharmacist pital. recovering nicely. Menstrual Irregularity Speech Disorders
orajel.CSTROPHIES : >

Theron Hudson, son of Mr. REPUBLICAN Fears Migraine Headaches
and Mrs. A. A. Henderson of

West Hollywood, is now news GROUP 91 ObesityAnd
g 1 commentator on Radio Station
WMBM. He reproted that he HOUSE OF many other Mental and Functional dis-
will soon have his own pro- REPRESENTATIVES"Qualified orders.
gram. He is on from 8 p.m. Home Visits by Appointment
to 8:05 p.m. on the hour.The-
DOUBLE ACTION ron is a graduate of Edward For the 6354540Mr.

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