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 24, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00460

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44, No. 31 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1967 20 PAGES 15, '
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;.r. s Wealthy Negroes Pledge $1 ,i

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Million For Civil Rights Fight I Y,Y

NEW YORK Philanthropric country on five days notice, time in American history that
history was made here this conferred four hours, and Negroes have banded together
week when 49 of the nation's pledged the $1,000,000.00 during under Negro leadership and
leading Negro business and the next 12 months. pledged to support a Negro
rVA professional men and women Each of the conferees--insurance cause at this level of giving."
ti, pledged to raise$1,000,000.00for company officers, real The plan,as announced byMr.
civil rights litigation by estate executives, businessmen Spauldlng, calls for 1000 per-
next April. doctors, and laywersthen -- sons to give or raise $1,000 1.
It selected the NAACP Legal signed a personal pledgeof each.
t1 Defense and Educational Fund, $1,000,000 each. "This new effort also bringsall
Inc. (LDF) as recipient because Gustav Heningburg,assistantto strata of the national Negro -
the LDF serves as the the president of the LDF, community into the fight
legal arm for the entire civil who worked closely with for first-class citizenship in
rights movement. Messrs. Spaulding and Julian, varied but meaningful ways," :
said that "this marks the firstPUBLISHERS Mr. Heninburg added. ASA T SPAULDING .
The new organization is call-

ed the National Negro Busi- ;-- ,, ),., \ tl
and Professional Com- '
ness .!k
mittee in Support of the Le- ., '
gal Defense Fund.
Asa T. Spaulding, president
of North Carolina Mutual Life
Insurance Company, Durham,
N. C. and Dr. Percy L.Julian,' '4 d+
president, Julian Laboratories -
Oak Park, Illinois, who
called the unprecedented
r meeting,werenamedco-chair-

Miss Hazel L. Symonette, Alpha Sorority $1,000 scho- Mr. Spaulding said that the
daughter of Mr. AlSymonette, larship award in 1966.She is a nationally noted business and c
Miami, and Mrs. Louise Fin- member and president of the professional leaders came to
cher of New York City, and AKA's and a member of the New York acorss the entire
Goddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alpha Kappa Mu Honor So-
Stanley Sweeting, graduatedfrom ciety. She was chosen sweet-
Palmer Memorial lost!- heart of the Alpha Phi Alpha
with honors and tsnowa.tteoo.Queen 'of Central State and- ., ... J ,
ing Central State University in miss 2nd Dattllon for the a5terWu
Wllberforce, Ohio., ROTC. She maintains an 86
She received the Woman's average.
Club $1,000 scholarship awardin Miss Symonette lives in New 1III
1965 and the Alpha Kappa York with her mother.

101 Apartment
I Representatives of the National Newspaper Publishers Association are shown
gathered around President Lyndon B. Johnson in the Cabinet Room of f/ie/ White,
Face Loss Of LicensesHearing House as Awards Chairman Howard B. Woods of the Courier Publications reads the
special award of NNPA to LBJ. The award cited the president for strong support,
given civil rights /legislation. From the president's 'left is Kenneth Drew, Queen's
I Voice; NNPA president Frank Stanley, Louisville Defender Fred Sengstacke, Chi'
notices have been until all of the cases have Jack Rice a list of 22 licensed
cago Defender; Robert Johnson, Jet Magazine and Paul Jervay Wilmington North
served on 101 apartment own- been heard, be said. establishments that have one ; ,
ers in Liberty City for build- Commission Inspectors who or more abandoned cars on the Carolina. .. Photo by Harold Cooper, Queen's Voice.
ing code violations, and they had closed down the Liberty premises, and Rice said he .
may lose their state licensesas Arms apartment in Liberty used every effort to have the
a result. City two weeks ago,are working Junks removed.
Florida Hotel andRestaurant in the Central Negro district -

Commissioner District Supervisor and are checking multi +rtG t +'A4 y Fi f r i f;t 4' 1.,
Jerry Robinson said ple-family buildings and band Mrs. Range It!
Friday, the hearings will begin ing out violation notices, Robinson -
March 28. The landlordswere said.
given 10 days to correct The inspectors will go from Sponsors Anti
their violations, he said. there to Coconut Grove, South -
The hearings will be held in Miami, Perrine, Goulds and Lt. Gen. Lewis B. Hershey, committee that sponsors con- The students walked up to the
the State Office Building beginning other communities, he said. Glue Sniffing the director of the Selective troversial speakers, had invited front of the stage holding signs
Service System,was forced off Hershey to speak at the depicting the chant and other
at 9 a.m. every day He had given City Attorney
stage of Howard University's university.When signs saying,'Draft Beer,Not
Ordinance Cramton Auditorium in Wash- Students."
ington Tuesday night by a he got up to speak at the The draft and students was to
War On Poverty III' DadeTo group of students who shouted podium a group of 35 students be the topic of Hershey's
I The Miami Commission approved "America is the black's man's arose from their seats and began speech.
Friday an ordinance battleground." to shout: "America is the The Selective Service Sys-
Be DiscussedThe regulating the sale of "snif- Project Awareness,student black man's battleground." tem director was escorted
fable" glue to youngsters under from the stage by university:
members of the Citizens therly will deal with its"Pre- 18 years of age. officials and guards after the
Advisory Committee of Dade sent Status and Continuing Ac- Offered by Commissioner Miami NAACP Planning students began to push signs
Athalie Range, the ordinance
County Economic Opportunity tivities. into his face.Waiting .
Future urban affairs forumsare makes it illegal to inhale the to if be
Program, Inc. will hold the offstage see
fourth of a series of meetings scheduled for April 26 by :fumes from any model glue in Big Membership Drive would be able to speak, Her-
Wednesday, March 29, 8 p.m. the Community Relations I order to cause "Intoxication, shey said he did not think this
at the Miami Public Library, Board, and for May 24 by the 'euphoria of the, excitement" or dull- Dr. George A. Simpson, palgn are being mapped out action was Indicative of tbe
1 Biscayne Boulevard. The City of Miami Neighborhood ing senses. NAACP Miami Branch presi- The drive will kick off early student body as a whole.
is Rehabilitation Department. The sale of glue used in dent announces that plans are April with a mass meeting.The "I agree with the right to dissent -
building models is also ban- he said "but this is not
public is invited. underway foraMassive membership committeeIs ,
speakers will feature Members of the advisory I ned by.the ordinance for persons Membership Drive in the city still seeking workers to the way to do it. I'm a guest
"The War on Poverty in Dade committee are: Daniel A. Ka-I under 18, unless they are and in surrounding communities. aid in the campaign. All interested here, but I don't criticize my
County" progress report.Dr. vanaugh, chairman; Kenneth :accompanied by persons over persons should con host for what has happened."
H.FranklinWill1amsPre- Treister, first vice chairman; 1 that age.Model. In a series of meetings with tact the Miami Branch office. Hershey said that some
sident will speak on the James M. Reid, second vicechairmanSaraLeeWeintraub kits "which contain NAACP officers and executive Miss Hazel Land from the youngsters think this is the
"Background and Philosophy" I only enough glue" to construct board members and with other NAACP National Office is aid- way to protest, but that what
of the program; and its exe- third and Elizabeth Vir r 1 c k, such a model, are permittedto leaders of the city,the organization ing the branch in the cam- they are really doing is dis-
cutive director Richard Wea- Hon. co-chairman. I be sold under the ordinance. and conduct of the cam- paign. rupting freedom of speech.



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Urban league Will" Conduct Job

Fair at Junior College April/ fr':

'Fully realizing that the first positions. This Is not to say
Job after graduation Is the that In general the Negro has "
hardest to obtain, the Greater arrived at full equality in em- Sa. i Y
Miami Urban League will conduct ployment, but the trend Is upward -
a JOB FAIR for Negro and the signs are hope- '

graduates of colleges and Junior ful."Negroes w 'u
colleges. Personnel representatives are being Increasingly
from 25 or more accepted by the business 1,
top companies will be at the community and their white coworkers
JOB FAIR to Interiview and in Greater Miami.
hire qualified applicants. Cooperating This Is due not alone to civil
with the Urban Lea- rights legislation, but also In a
gue are Plan for Progress great measure because of the
Companies and Equal Oppor- cosmopolitan population in our
tunity Employment Program area which tends to alleviate ,1
agepcy. tensions that stem from cen-
: r turies of tradition peculiar to h{ ),'
The JOB FAIR will be held t
at Miami-Dade Junior Collegeon our deep south states. The
April 1,:from 9 a.ml younger better educated Ne-
p.m. George V. Crawford of CALVIN E. JENNINGS gro now sees hope that he will
the personnel 'department of not have to live as his pa-
Florida Power and Light Company moving from one Job to a Job rents, even if he must still
Is serving as chairman on a higher level, including live in their environment,"
and Calvin E.. Jennings Is the professional and managerial said Jennings. Secretary of Labor W. Willard Wirtz (center) congratulates Samuel W. Howardleft

coordinator*. j([ ) and Larry Still (right) following a press conference at which the Secretary of
:Last'' year; ,the' local Urban; { Labor announced their appointments to high Department of Labor posts. Mr. Howardis
League'broke' ground with a f'oridanNamed, Pres. :; the new Deputy Director of the U. S. Employment Service for the District of Co
JOB FAIR for high school lumbia.' He had been manager for the USES' Commercial Office for the past five

graduates, which resulted in tears Mr. Still, formerly staff writer for, the, Washington Evening Star was appointed
many Jobs for Negro teen- of fffloxvfffe College i Chief of Information Services of the U. S. Employment Service for the District of Co-
agers. Another such event will i 'umbia.'
be held May 20th at a locationto

be announced later. Dr. Robert L. Owens in, deanof dean of its graduate schools.As .
"This Is an employment opportunity the College of Arts and president of the Tennessee PROTECT YOUR FURNITURE WIGSFALL
for Negro colllege Sciences of Southern University college, Dr. Owens suc- 't WITHOUT HIDING ITS BEAUTYI
and junior' college graduatesand Baton Rouge, La., will ceeds Dr. James A. Colston CUSTOM MADE IT!
we hope that every Interested assume his new post as pre- who resigned to become pre- ygQ1 PLASTIC FURNITURE IT
,young man and woman sident of Knoxville College sident of Bronx Community y.
will take advantage/"said Mr,. Knoxville, Tenn., nextsemes- College In New York. SLIP COVERS ISCIUTAI
Jennings, who fs-AsSociate= Di ter. 'Dr. Owens received his' Dr. Owens is the brother of .. CLIAIMIAVT
rector.tn charge"'of" Job Development B.s. degree in education at Mrs. Fran Smith(Eddie Mae) LONG MIIITANT lAtTIHAKM ftAUOi 100% Human Hair.

and Employment at Tuskegee Institute In 1949.A cafeteria manager at Dunbar FULLY UAANTIIHAM All styles, all colors,
Greater Miami Urban League. native of Arcadia, Fla., Elementary school here. ?
Dr. Owens was selected by thecollege's OHtUD.- priced from only $26.
"The Negro Is slowly begin- OF 1957 Mir tot
trustee board from BTW CLASS KATIIIUI NG
ning to move Into the main- among eight applicants. He :AI? M M u" ISnMATISIVINIOM sT Call,Mrs. Joyce todayfor
The class of 1957 of B.T.W.Is .
stream of
employment Into
holds the M.A. and de- SPECIALIZING
Ph.D. 1t ARIL anal fit
better jobs and higher pay," from the having its weekly meetingat PINI1TIM IN PLASTIC OAT OA your pers
,Jennings declared. "In fact grees University of the home of Cleora Albury SLIP COVERS NIGHT i
Iowa and has studied at Har- EXCLUSIVELYHouse ting.
a recently released study by vard University.The Rawls 5528 NW 3rd Avenue, MONl
Monday, March 27. Businessof ol Gretchen
Columbia University's Bureau former U.s. Instructor 314.5082
Army 624-9091
Importance to be discussed.
0( Applied Social Research
found that Negroes were far sciences has dean been at I arts Southern and Meeting to,start prpmptly at 8 Formerly Cretchen-Nicholas Plastic Covert

out-stripping the whites In since 1962 and was formerly p.m.

Please Read This Urgent Appeal

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V THE MIAMI I TIMES. Friday, March 21,196] 3

Publishers Cite Pres. Johnson For Civil Rights Support

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Negro Newspaper Week l ,! ro ft

WASHINGTON The award of a special citation to President -
Johnson for his "bold and consistent" support of civil
rights highlighted the observance here last week of National s C
Newspaper Publishers Association.
In opening the three-day program, NNPA President FrankL.
Stanley, publishers of the Louisville Defender, announced
that Senator Edward W. Brooke (R.-Mass.) and actors Bill
Cosby and Robert Culp headed the list of this year's winnersof
the Russwurm Awards. .
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The awards are named for John B. Russwurm, founder of i
Freedom's Journal--the first Negro newspaper--in New
York City on March 17, 1827. They are given annually by
NNPA in recognition of acts "which enrich the Democratic -
concept or uphold the high ,traditions of the Americanway 4-: f
of life."
Other winners of the awards were: Mr. and Mrs. Ste- _
phen 'R. Currier, lost on a plane flight recently, for their
millions of dollars in contributions to civil rights, improvedrace .
relations, and other causes; Charles Evers, field director -
of the Mississippi NAACP; UjS. Commissioner of
Education Harold Howe n, for "his consistent and unwav-
ering application of guidelines for the desegregation of public -- -.:.:.;;. ....s.... ..-..:
schools." Secretory Robert C. Weaver of the Department of NNPA last Friday at his agency. At noon Mr. Weaver i
Also, Frank Robinson, outfielder for the Baltimore Orioles, Housing and Urban Development briefed members of hosted the group at luncheon at National Press Club.
who won the American League's triple batting crown and
Most Valuable Player award; Charles L. Weltner, who withdrew
for reelection as a U.s. Congressman from_Georgia SECRETARY WEAVER HOSTS LUNCHEON The observance of Negro Newspaper Week was climaxed
rathern than support Lester Maddox's election as Governor Secretary Robert C. Weaver of the Department of Housingand Friday evening with a cocktail party at the home of Mrs. Virginia -
On Wednesday,evening, Republican Congressional leaders Urban Development led discussions at his agencyon Fri- Guy, former reporter for the Evening Star and now director -
entertained the NNPA group at a cocktail party and dinner day. At noon, he hosted the NNPA group at a'luncheon at the of Flare News Service.
held in the Congressional Hotel. Prominent Republicans In attendance National Press Club, where they were Joined by NPA president NNPA members and guests in attendance at the briefings included -
Included House Leader L. David LeRoy, of U.s. News and World Report. Jr. New Crusader Chicao Vernon
Minority Gerald R. Ford, of : Balm L. Leavell, ;
Michigan; Senator Thruston B. Morton, of Kentucky; and Rep Participants in the HUD briefings included Under Secre- Mitchell, Columbus News, Columbus, Ga.; Thomas W.Young,
William M. McCulloch, of Ohio. tary Robert Wood; H. Ralph Taylor, Assistant Secretary for Journal and Guide, Norfolk, Va.; Carlton B.Goodlett;Sun Reporter .
Demonstrations and Intergovernmental Relations; Philip N. San Francisco;Garth C.Reeves,Miami Times,Miami,..
SEMINAR EXAMINES ROLE OF NEGRO PRESS Brownstein; Assistant Secretary for Mortgage Credit and Fe- Fla.; Howard B. woods, Sengstacke Publications, Chicago;
The role of the Negro press was critically examined at a deral Housing Commissioner Howard Wharton, Deputy Assistant Percy Greene, Jackson Advocate, Jackson Miss.
press seminar attended by some 400 persons on Thursday, Secretary for Housing Assistance. Also, John Kirkpatrick, the Crusader, East St. Louis, HI.;
March 16, In the New Senate Office Building Auditorium on Weaver and Taylor assured the group that residents of Fred D. Sengstacke, Chicago Daily Defender, Chicago; J. K.
Capitol Hill. Stanley ,and Larry Still, former reporter .for cities hoping to benefit from HUD's Model Cities program Land, News Leader, Baton Rouge, La.; J. Nathaniel Tross,.
the Washington Evening Star and now information officer of "must be Involved deeply and significantly In the rebuilding the Charlotte Post, Charlotte, N.C.T.C.Jervay; Wilmington
the U.S. Employment Service for the District of Columbia, of their communities and in the rehabilitation of their way of Journal, Wilmington, N. C.; Kenneth Drew, Queen's Voice,
served as moderators. life." Jamaica, N. Y.; Mrs. Mary C. Lopez, Queen's Voice; C. C.
Panelists taking part in the seminar, which was sponsored GET WHITE HOUSE BRIEFING Dejoie, Louisiana Weekly, New Orleans; Howard Murphy,
Jointly by NNPA and the Capital Press Club included: Ben
During their 90-minute visit to the White House on Friday, Afro-American Newspapers, Baltimore; Edward Banks, Ari-
Bradlee, managing editor, Washington Post; Haynes Johnson, the publishers were given extensive off-the-record briefingsby zona :Tribune, Phoenix, Ariz; Russell Fagan, Post-Tribune,
Washington evening star reporter, Howard B. Woods, editor- key Presidential staff members. At the end of this period, Dalla, Texas; Harold Cooper Queen's.Voice,:Jamaica, N.Y.;.
in chief, New Pittsburgh Courier andSengstacke Publications; Stanley presented the special citation to President Johnsonfor Frank Mitchell, St. Louis Argus, St.Louis,Mo.;Milton Hard-
Robert E. Johnson;editor, Jet magazine. his "bold advocacy of full equality for all Americans and rick, Post-Tribune, Dallas, Texas; and Mrs. Mildred Brown',
Also, William Monroe, bureau chief, NBC news, Washington -
his support of civil rights." Omaha Star, Omaha, Nebraska.
;;_and Clarence Mitchell, columnist for the AfroAmericanand
NAACP Washington Bureau chief. ..............................
Discussing the seminar theme, "Press Coverage of Civil MEETTHE MAN WHO MEANS
Rights-Helpful or Harmful?", Mitchell said that the dally : THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMODATIONS :
press increasingly is "playing up conflict within the civil !
rights movement." He noted, however, that the dally press AT MODERATE RATES .
had performed a service for the movement, particularlysince
the end of World War n. : CALL :

Robert Johnson, who was substituting for Ebony-Jet pub. .................. .. ,, {t'V'r '..I .E I,;' '
lisher John H. Johnson of Chicago, charged that the white "
press had failed to provide a true picture of the Negro's role I ;; t
in American society. He said the role of the Negro press is : BONDED .1 I
to demonstrate that "something good can come out of black !
minds." The panelist asserted that the Negro press had .11 a
proved that it is "the best suited to serve the civil rights RENTAL
movement--to build the best case for the Negro." :
Another panelist, Haynes Johnson, winner of the Pulitzer ill
Prize for civil rights reporting, contended that while the
Nation's daily newspapers had spearheaded the movement ELECT AGENCY .. J
more civil rights legislation by focusing on the Negro's prob-.GERALD
lems, they "still fall short" of telling the whole story. AL 4 '
On Thursday, the publishers held a breakfast: meeting with I \ INC :
Vice President Humphrey, and then visited the DepartmentofHealth 98733THE
Education and Welfare for briefings by its top officials,; f PL 9 :
including HEW Secretary John W. Gardner. Participates included -! \ ,-

and Family Lisle Services A. Carter; Peter, Jr.,Assistant Libassi, Assistant Secretary Secretary for Individual for| STATE TO LEGISLATURE THE : = '. ................................. :,

Civil Rights; Harold Howe, U.s. Commissioner of Education;I .
and George A. Silver, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Health DIST. 96 LEVER (16 B THE LARGEST PRIVATE-HOUSING RENTAL AND MANAGE- .







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HON. L. L. BROOKS, President .

GEORGE P. HARTH, General Manager .

McKILLIPSPr. CHARLES A. LOCKHART, Public Relations Director. .


better life others must live better too" L. .. Brooks
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; 4 THE MIAMI TIME' Friday, March 24, 1967. .


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: Whitney M. Young Jr. q
H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher By Booker T. Hayes \ I .
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor
National Urban
Executive Director League
WILLIAM W. McBRIDE, city Editor .
STANLEY I. SWEETING, Theatrical Editor
WHERE THE LIBERALS? The Citrus Commission of the State of Florida to be com-
Member of the National Newtpaper Publishers Association televise his
invited Mike Douglas daily
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I' Never has this country had so many liberals.All around me, show from Florida. An equal amount of praise is in store for
SUBSCRIPTION RATES I I meet people who fate. Due to the untimely death of an aunt of mine, I happenedto
ONE YEAR $5.00 -'SIX MONTH'a' ,$3.00, ., FOREIGN $6.00 as'l travel or at meetings,everywhere go,
but be in the New Jersey area to attend her funeral and inter- ,
-wpn-' -, .-.-:H'- :" 1r.l.- loudly declare, "I am a liberal, .
telecast from Florida was being
Class Matter{ the Post ment when the Mike Douglas
Entered Second August 9, 192T at
u But what? Surely with so many liberals around,there shouldbe aired. The temperature at the time was 15 degrees with 0 degree -
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876
no question of getting moreand, better anti-poverty pro- the expected lowfor the day.The warmth conveyed by the,

Office at 6530 NW 15th Aye.. Phonesi 691.0X21$91.0455: grams, a ban on housing discrimination, and ottierprograms. cameras seemed artificial when backgrounded by window sills
But it seems that what some of these people are liberal aboutis burdened with the remnants of the four inches of snow having.
"CREDO OF THENEGRO PRESS" : Vietnam. fallen during the night and early morning hours.At .
The NEGRO PRESS Relieves that America can best lead, discrimination
to about the role of housing -
Start talking someone
the world from racial and national) antagonism when It accords
in the creation of ghettos and wind up getting a
"jo every man regardless of his race, creed or color his you one time it amazed me to see the number of people who,
human :and legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no man-the lecture on how ee should get out of Vietnam. There is definitely would come to Florida for a couple of days, or a weekend.
N.groPi.ss.atriv.s to In the belief that room for differing opinions about the war in Vietnam,
h.lp.v.ry man firm After having spent five days in the climate they're trying to
all men or* hurl as long as Is h.ld back. but that is no excuse for the way some liberals seem to be
anyone escape it no longer amazes me. I realize that if more people
abandoning their previous concern for the very prob-
could afford to get away for no more than a'weekend, we could
of and right here at home.
lems poverty
; : racism not accommodate the influx. The appeal of Florida to the snow-
:ll : Many "conservatives" also have strong feelings about Viet- bound Northerner is unrivaled, and scenes such as those tele- j
nam. Some of them want an even more "hawkish" approach, cast on the Mike Douglas Show make a winter vacation in Flo- !

EASTER SEASON with more bombing and a stepped-up offensive, but still find rida a must.
time to call for cutbacks in domestic programs' and for a

"Christ the Lord Is risen today, slowdown in the war on poverty. Why can't liberals also keep While there I learned of some of the hardships the people
Sons of men and angels say; up the fight for their traditional beliefs as well as saying what
face daily. Those having'to be on the job at seven o'clock must
Raise your Joys and triumphs high, they think about Vietnam?
arise at 4:30 a.m. to allow enough timefor cleaning the snow

Sing ye heavens" and earth reply, This point is very crucial at this moment because unless off their automobiles. Another 15 minutes is required to allow

Alleluia. they help to deal, with the hard problems now facing us, the the machine to warm up. Time must also be allotted for the
momentum may go out of the drive for equal rights. It is driver to cope with the hazardous driving condition that follow
Something extraordinary took place on Easter Day--some- snowfalL Automobiles' slipping and sliding from one
ironic that many individuals who are often thought of as being every
thing which has left an IndeUible mark on the Christian world.If quite conservative, actually give more support to domestic lane to another is a common sight. All these conditions make 1
we had no record whatever in the Gospel of the resurrec- programs than do some liberals. the idea of settling in Florida more than a mere thought. The
tion of our Lord, we would know from the tradition of the growth we've experienced during the last ten years will have
Church that something like the resurrection must have occuredon Despite foreign policy difference with President Johnson,no tripled during the next ten, and a very large portion of oursettlers
that day. In every land where Christianity has penetrated, one can come away from a reading of his Civil Rights Mes- will be retirees.
Easter stands at the summit of the Christian Year. Quite sage to Congress without being moved. It is an eloquent document -

prperly has been named the Queen of Feasts. showing the desperate needs of Negro citizens, and
Easter' iff the axis, on which the Christian Year revolves. the crying need for ending discrimination in housing. He The Governor and his wife were an impressive pair when
Three-fourths.of;:the year is governed by the date on which pointed to the veil of myths which mislead many people into invited to share the platform withMike Douglas.Mr. Kirk was
):Easter falls.all the Sundays from Septuagesima to the end of thinking that open housing somehow threatens them, and asked why he was referred to as the Go-Go Governor, to whichhe
the Trinity season as previously explained. It is dated as the rightly said that these myths must be dispelled by churches, replied that Florida is an up and coming state, and since its
first Sunday after the first full moon following the vernal civic organizations, public officials, human relations groups, inhabitants were on the move to bigger and better goals, the
equionox, and that may be anywhere from March 22 to April labor unions, and private industry actively working to support reference did not offend him in the least.He spoke of the out-
housing. put of Florida oranges and its advantages to everyone around
25.Easter is not only the principal feast in the Christian Year the country, youth Included. When asked of his predictions for

but the earliest. To the first Christians who saw our Lord And some of these are the same groups now bursting with the 1968 elections, he refused to make a prediction. He said
die, His resurrection was of prime importance. Every week liberals aruging the merits or the demerits of the Vietnam, his main concern was the 6 million residents of.Florida and
they commemorated it by shifting the Lord's Day from the conflict The President's message is a call to action to these their welfare.
seventh to the first day of the week. people. Liberals are going to have to roll up their sleeves and
The annual Jewish Passover (which was the time of the do the hard work needed to make the American people aware * * * * *

year when our Lord Was crucified) offered an easy,incentive of the ,crisis our nation is in. The yard selected by the Richmond Heights Garden Club as,
to:the Christians to concentrate on'a particular Sunday of the: t the yard of the month for the month of March belongs to Mr.

year: to celebrate. a. Christian, Passover in honor. ,of the,Re, .Complaining ti.a favorite pasttime of all of us, but it doesn't and Mrs. Horace Johnson. They live at 14125 SW 117th Ave.
surrection.: ' get people the apartments, homes, Jobs, and education they To the Johnson family I would like to say congratulations; this
A Happy Easter to everyone. need and are currently denied because of their color. Pro- should Indeed be considered an honor.LfT'S .
gress only comes from the determined effort people work-
GOOD FRIDAYThis Ing for it. And the need was never greater than it Is now.

is Holy Week. Christians have been observing it by A lot of people who were once active in the civil rights
attending dally services and other observances, especially movement will have to reaffirm their beliefs becoming involved -
Maundy Thursday leading up to Good Friday when we,comme- again. They were distracted by Vietnam,by the lack of TALK POLITICSBy
morate the crucifixion of our Lord and Saviour. excitement with the marches and demonstrations, and maybe
In ,many churches the usual three-hour service will be excitement without the marches and demonstrations, and by NORMAN E. JONES

held.: the fear of the hard work that is now needed--the slow, time
consuming job of tutoring ghetto pupils or training people for

WE ENDORSEThe jobs. James Meredith Versus

I can understand their newfound concern with people In a
Miami Times strongly urges all qualified voters to wartorn country 13,000 miles away,but there are cries of pain Adam Clayton PowellJames
accept their responsibility as first class citizens and go to and despair closer to home--In the ghettos of all our cities.
the polls on Tuesday and vote. We endorse the entire Demo-
above the talk
Rising cocktail-party about foreign policy, I
cratic slate of candidates.
hear the words of a poor neighborhood worker from Wash- Meredith, was made into a celebrity by serving as a
ington, D. C. who pleaded with the Ribicoff Committee study- "Guinea Pig" in the integration of the University of Mississippi -
Ing urban problems not to cut the funds for the anti-poverty Initiated by the NAACP, which eventually involved the direct -
DISNEYLAND program. He said: ". we feel we are the invisible people, intervention of the offices of the Presidency, the Attor-

President Walt 0. Disney of Disneyland told the Florida the people whom Congress doesn't see, the people who by ney-General and the Secretary of Defense and developed into a
Bankers Association on Monday that Florida's Disneyland them cutting this budget, they don't care about,they don't see, full scale guerilla war between federal marshals, the United
should, be opened in 1970 or a little later than that. they don't worry about. We are the forgotten people. We are States Army, the federalized Mississippi National Guard and
However, much depends upon the action of the coming Legislature the people on the bottom.We are the people under, under all of the mobs of assorted conservatives fighting to preserve the
this." strongest bastion of white .
since certain laws must be passed before construc- supremacy.Had
tion bebins. President Disney said the rest of 1967 will be Meredith stayed under the wing and guidance of the
It is time for
spent planning for the huge project gotten America to start remembering these "for- NAACP long enough to learn the techniques of survival in
It will be located 10 miles south of Orlando.Before the official people. the Negro civil rights establishment he would havefared well

opening, $100,000 will be spent. Seventy five million and possibly become a strong factor in the responsible Negro
dollars has been alloted strictly for entertainment.The leadership clique; but he made the mistake of actually believ-
coming of Disneyland should mean quite a boost for Phil Ossofer ing his own press notices and felt that such a tremendous
our already widely known state. President Disney believes press automatically endowed him personally with the mantle
Disneyland will attract five to six million visitors annually. Congratulations to TheMlami liger and Elijah McCoy "Race Leader".

Ye ,Editor,had the privilege of visiting Disneyland while In, Times onits new headquartersThe "the real McCoy),just to men- for
Bidding a bold attempt to status and
assume a personal
Los Angeles some years ago, and also seeing much of it at OpenHousecomingduring tion a few random examples,
the, world's Fair in New York. Negro Newspaper Week, is the Negro press has brought move into top echelon ranks of Negro leader, he initiated his

Although it was the year be had an attack of gout, he really symbolic of the growing forth vast reservoirs of talent. "March through Mississippi" as a loner.
enjoyed It. He went over the plant in a wheel chair. In fact, strength and vitality of the Along with Mr. Russwurm, After being gunned down on the highway and forced to go to
he left Miami in a wheel chair and attended'sessions of the ,Negro press, which for 140 Frederick, Robert S. Abbott, a hospital the real "Pros" moved in andtook over his March
Publishers Association convening in Los Angeles in a wheel years has been educating its James Weldon Johnson, Robert only to have Stokeley Carmichael,newly elected bead(iSNCC,
chair. readers and fighting the armies R. Moton and so mauy Power.In steal the. show with his highly controversial slogan of Black

of racial oppression and others; "unsung heroes",
prejudice. While the final bat- persevered in the progress of the ensuing struggle between the "Responsible" Civil
tle has not been fought and human liberty, proclaiming Rights leaders and the Black Power advocates, Meredith
Ye Editor thanks all those'who:were'present at the Miami won, victory is now assured, the cause of equality. Without faded into obscurity with two strikes on him in the gameof
Times Open House last Sunday afternoon. Special thanks to thanks to the pioneers of the the Editors for Freedom,true civil rights leadership.
those who sent flowers plants telegrams letters and cards. Then he permitted himself be used
cause, beginning with John B. freedom would not be as near as a potential can-
Thanks also go to Fleetwood Price of the Coca-Cola Com- Russwurm, and those who followed as It is. didate on the Republican tickets against the formidable
pany. the same rugged trail "Curve Ball" artist Congressman Adam Clayton Powell in
up to the present day. Congratulations once more to a special election for the privilege of representing the

The Negro press Itself is Valid The Times, and to Mr. I.E.S. people of Harlem in Congress, showing a courage unmat-
WHO ADVERTISE: IN THE evidence of the Negro'scourage Reeves its honored editor who ched since "Battling Slki" the flamboyant Sengalese fought
MERCHANTS and perseverance Infighting has taken his place in the long Mike McTIgue< J0. Dublin, Ireland on St. Patrick's Day in
I MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY his own battles. As in line of valiant Negro news 1923 for the light heavyweight championship.

APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU. all the varied areas of Ame- paper publishers. I feel greatly nnlSMSil0/1 the championship title, he at least won the

rican life: in science,(George honored to have been given courage.
THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE. Washington Carver); in inven- the opportunity' to have my Meredith on the other band threw down his bat and never
stepped to the
PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM! tiveness, (Benjamin Banne- humble efforts accorded space good from up plate for his third strike, removing him for
ker); in industry, (Jan Matz- in The Times. any possible bid for race leadership, on his own.

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!liuster (greetings ijIo J\11

Today's Easter celebrations derived from ancient rites !
commemorating the beginning of spring. .
Eggs, bunnies, and even the word "Easter" predate Christian -
observance Easter is believed take its name from Fa ,
Eoestre, a Teutonic goddess, who as legend has It, opened the
gates of heaven to receive the gods who gave purity and intel- \
ligence to mankind The Christians, in turn, representedthe
resurrection with the name Easter. .
Eggs, symbolic of the birth of new life, were eaten and colored -
at spring festivals held by the Egyptians, Persians,
Greeks and Romans The eggs used by Christians were + p .
dyed red to symbolize both the Joy of the resurrection and the a? dn.h
sadness of the blood shed on Calvary. .
The association of bunnies with Easter eggs is an adapta- : : :
tion of ancient rites which regarded the rabbit as an emblemof
fertility and new life. The more modern day custom of
egg rolling originated in Northern Europe and was introducedto
dent.the United States by Dolly Madison,wife of the fourth presi- r -r- J i_

: all the symbols of Easter, the lamb is one of the most familiar -

and doubtless, it ranks next in importance to the cross _____.,_i_...'uu'_,__. .. __ 'n___ __ ___ ___ ____ __ .___
itself. Jesus is portrayed frequently as a shepherd carrying a
lamb on his shoulders. Since shepherding was one of the chief elected officers and and Bethel
Jr. Norvel
Pictured above are newly mem- Strapp, reporter ', treasurer. Members *
occupations of the ancient Hebrew this image of the Master
of bers of the/ Greater Miami/ Urban League Youth Com- are busy supporting their favorite candidates for '
conveyed a feeling warmth and love which made the 23rd "
Psalm vibrant with meaning. mittee. The officers for the ensuing year are Erie Yae "Miss Urban League Youth Community. Watch for *,L
In stained glass, stonework and embroidery, it is one of the ger, president; Genethia Busbee, vice president; Cleo future events and doings of the group. Mrs. Willie// F. ,
most common themes of church art and refe rences to the lambin George, secretary; Shirley Huffman, chaplain; Robert Williams and Mr. Calvin Jennings are sponsors. $
Christian scripture and worship are frequent. .
The Paschal lamb became a symbol of Christ as the Jewish WOMAN KILLED BY AUTO : ,t

Passover commemorated the deliverance of the Hebrews from Mrs. Jennie Ellis, 66 of 3075 The driver, Carsie Wilcon,
captivity in Egypt, so the Christian mind saw a figurative con- YOtJ DON'T WRtJ; ; UNT1I L! Virginia St., Coconut Grove, 36, of 3687 Williams Ave.,
nection between the bondage of Egypt and the bondage of death, was killed when she was struck 'fled the scene at first, but later -
and between the Exodus or escape from Egypt,and the Resur- E* TO tfAVE. YOUR I
?!?. PICTURE 449g' by a car as she walked across turned himself in at police I:
rection. Here indeed is the most immediate relation betweenthe '
if.- : Grand Avenue near her home. : station Miami police said.
Christian and thepre-ChristianstoryofEasterfor Christ I ,
himself and almost all the first Christians were Hebrews.The Avoid the rush

PTA of Centervilla Kindergarten entertained friends Come anytime VOTE

with a Hairstyle and Fashion Show at Bonded Collection auditorium -
Sunday, March 19. Their Pre-Easter Pageant was TED PLESSYLEVER
on Friday night at the school. JOHNSON

Thaddeus Pinckney planed in from Tennessee State to spend I, I' REPUBLICAN
spring vacation with his parents Mr. and Mrs.Augustus (Mildred | OF MIAMI 1
)) Pinckney and family. GROUP 91
Here from the snow and ice of Fort Dir, Sgt. Isaac and Bar- ,
bara Forbes and daughter. Joy, are houseguests of Mr. and I 1186 NW 38th St HOUSE OF \ '
Mrs. Erskine (Jennie),Forbes, REPRESENTATIVES"Qualified j r

Long time Miami resident'now living in New York City, For the
George Allen Is busy renewing old acquaintances. Job"hilliuig

Houseguesting with the Nathaniel(Hazel)Davis'are her sis-
ter, Mrs. Anne Shepherd(after an absence of 20 years, New A MAN
York City) and Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Hyatte of Knozvllle. YOU CAN TRUST

funeral of their father Edward Strotherare JON
In Miami for the ,
Romaine Hardy of Oakland and Edward R. (brother) and April 1 1967THE
his little son, Adrian of San Mateo. Other members of the family CARLWNREPUBLICAN
who will join the group are Mrs. Katherine Saxon of
Philadelphia, Mrs. Gaynelle Biscoe, Oklahoma City, sistersof BANK LOBBY WILl BE CLOSED
Mr. Strother and Dr.andMrs.Ollie Bowman, faculty mem- GROUP 107
bers at Hampton and their four children. FOR BUSINESS ON.SATURDAYS; ,<-I
FOR DIRECTHEPRESENTATI011 ",," ,\',.. *,, ;::" ',:it, 1 :.':t \*, 'MV* "* tM'::1 ,.

Pamela Sands of Nassau is attending the Market Training
Friends are wishing for a speedy recovery of Carlotta Member of:
..For Your Convenience .
I, ,
Rhetta, a student at Spellman, who met with a serious accident Florida Council on
in Atlanta. Carlotta is recuperating at her Richmond
Carl and Wilhelmina Rhetta.A Human Relations
Heights home with her parents,

brief visit with her sister, Inez McDuffie and shoppingwere PULL LEVER 27-A TOP LINE SATURDAY FROM 8:00 A.M. UNTIL 12:00
the reasons for Adele Bethel's jetting In from Eleuthera. NOON FOR THE FOLLOWING BANK

Rev. and Mrs. Wilfred Glass are busy entertaining Audrey :

Stirrup of Nassau. RECEIVING DEPOSITS, '. _

Get well wishes to Alice Martin Matthews, Vionette Marie THANK YOU FOR ELECTING ME CHECKS CASHED FOR BANK CUSTOMERS

Brown, Betty Frazier, Carlotta Rhetta, Earline Rogers, Ellis ONLY
Williams, Ida Clements and Annie Webster.One YOUR STATE LEGISLATORYour RECEIVING LOAN PAYMENTS

of the Lenten season's most sung cantatas, "The Seven continued support and vote are neededon
Last Words of Christ," was skillfully sung Palm Sunday Tuesday, Mar. 28th to implement the programs FULL BANKING FACILITIES WILL CON-
at'the Episcopal Church of the Incarnation. Mr. CharlesH. I've already launched as a member of TINUE TO BE OPEN MONDAY THROUGH
Jones, organist, directed St. Cecelia's Choir in a stirring The House Committees on Agriculture '
performance.Mrs. Insurance and Workmen's Compensation FRIDAY FROM 9:30 A.M. TO 2:00'r.M. 'AND

Motor Vehicles and Car- ON FRIDAY EVENINGS FROM 5:00: P.M.
Aldicia Moss and children of Nassau chose Miami for UNTIL 8:00 P.M.LINCOLN .
riers Public
their spring vacation. They were guests of her brother, Linus ,
Highways State Governmental -
Mrs. Cora Dingle, first cousin of the McGhaney's of New Organization and
York City is spending holy week with them at their home, 2270' Efficiency. I am the Only
NW 153rd St., Opa-locka. L Freshman Legislator to
Head a Committee .' the IAl
Four graden clubs of the Royal Horticulture Society in New Select Study Commit'
Jamaica are planning a floral and; horticultural display for : tee on Mass Transportation. "
the Metropolitan Miami Flower Show to be held in Dinner Key Endorsed by The Miami Herald
auditorium April 7 throught 9.
Honored as the woman who'did most for the county in 1966 ,..,hi,Ad.
was Mrs. James I. Keller. Mrs. Keller, honored chiefly for
her work with the Girl Scouts and the United Fund, promisedto s NATIONAL BANKor
"try even harder" to serve after receiving the award.
I Basking in Miami's sunshine from cold New York City is MIAMI

John Wideman. EiOJVd First integrated bank the entire Sovtne&jt
fully in
' Mrs. Ann Pope of Philadelphia visiting the Charles Mc-
right here in the Edison Financial Center
Lendons of Liberty City. She leaves this weekend for a visit
6013 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone 759-44)1
: her home.
in Ocala on way
Easter and blessings throughout
Wishing you i joyous many
I the year.




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NEW AROUND? Harlem's extremist Mau MauSociety
SCHOOL SCOOPS By ALBERT W. COOKE Troops showed up at Abyssinia Baptist Church Palm Sunday to
Palmetto's class of '67 will recreate the stage and televi- guard Adam Clayton Powell from arrest--Mau Mans wearingred

sion hit, "The Mouse that Roared" on Thursday evening, steel helmets and carrying bayonets and machetes.But the
March 23, in the school's auditorium. $500 of the proceeds Powell did not there was no via
will be donated to Variety Children's Hospital.At What is Easter? What Is it about? What is It for? I wonder ousted Congressman appear,
and stationed outside the churchat
arrests policemen
what kind of answers one would get to these questions from a lence, no
8 March 31 the curtain will rise the
p.m. on Mays Rev. David Licorish
132 W. 138th St., N.Y.C. .. presided
collection of people.I'll bet would get all sorts of
you answers.
senior class production of "Ah Men. !Advance tickets may be to for all men regardless of
asking everyone pray peace among
I'll bet you would be surprised at some of the answers you
from senior class
purchased members.
March 11 about 11 o'clock two
race Saturday night, ,
would get. I'll tell you what let's do,let's start today, Thurs-
SOCIAL NOTES day, and watch what goes on. tough hoods visited James Meredith's apartment(number 25)
Miss Cheryl Denise Edwards, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. The shelves at the supermarkets and the stores which have two blocks from Internation House Two days later Mere-
Clarence Edwards (OUvia), will be crowned Jabberwock Princess been filled with Easter baskets and Easter goodies will be dith made it known he was out of the race for Adam's Job.

on Thursday evening, March 23, in Northwestern's au- cleaned. People are going to spend money on a variety of (Scoop Bethel was on the spot). The Republicans have chosen
ditorium. In keeping with current trends, "Jabberwock Goes things for Easter. Generally speaking, it's going to be one Mrs. Lucille Pickett Williams to replace James Meredith in
Mod" this year. Presented annually by Delta Sigma Theta So- heck of an Easter parade. Let me ask the question, again, the running against Powell during the April 11 election. .
rority, the event boosts the group's scholarship fund. What is Easter? What is it about? What is it for? Dem. County leader Negro, J. Raymond resigned. Jones and
Roundout your Easter vacation by boarding Cole's bus and Not that Easter should mean to thee the very same that it Powell teamed together in 1958 to defeat the Tammany Ma-
heading for the swinging beach party hosted by Girl Scout means to me. To me, Easter brings to mind Christ and the chine and seized political power for themselves in New York.
Troop 503 on March 27 at Virginia Key.One dollar will cover cross. Looking around me today I can hardly see the cross Former Assemblyman David Dinkins,bright young political -
your fare, food and music. The bus leaves from Mr. Cole's for the Easter baskets. I can barely see Christ for the bun- figure in Harlem, expects to replace Raymond Jones as
home at 10 a.m. and will return by 5:30 p.m. nies. I can see clearly that Easter has gone the commercialway. Demo District Leader.
LAWN OF THE MONTH It's costing us dearly. Not only in terms of dollars and California's Gov. Ronald Reagan (the actor) has refused to

Located at 14125 S. W. 117th Avenue, and owned by the H. cents, it's costing us our souls. Oh God! that man should seea spare the life of condemned killer Paul Lavergne,a Black Mu-
Johnsons.The little clearer. Oh God! that we should buy, only what we can slim, due for death in the gas chamber.
Beautification Committee of the afford to buy. That we, would make first things first. Help us, THE HIGHLIGHTS Mahalia Jackson (Queen of the gospel 1.
RichmondHeights Gar-
den Club selects some how to ascertain our needs, and that which is essential, singers) will give two concerts at the new, beautiful Philharmonic -
monthly winners. until we can afford to do otherwise.For if we do this, we wouldbe Hall Easter Sunday. Actor Playwright Ossie Davis
INSIDE OUR CHURCHES closer to thee. It does little good for us to have an Easter left New York for Durango, Mexico, where he stars with Burt
Discover the side of parade on the installament plan. Not only are we getting away Lancaster and Shelly Winters in new film, "The Scalp Hunt-
spiritual Easter by attending the
spe- ers" Davis and Peter Lawford in
Sammy starring a Joint
cial activities from moral and spiritual value, but we are becoming more
being planned by area churches. The following
venture 'production picture "Salt and Pepper" .
is schedule of events. and more indebted to the company store. "Sixteen tons and ,
BETHEL BAPTIST Easter what do you getll!! Another day older and deeper in debt." Whatis Holder back in New York after three years absence abroad.
Egg hunt March 27. : program, March 26; Easter Easter? What is it about? What is it for? This is our Fa- He.says Paris is the place to live. While in"Paris, he com-
ther's world. Cousins. pleted a movie, "Dr. Doolittle," starring Rex Harrison. .
CHURCH OF THE ASCENSION: Midday Service, March 24, Eddie O'Jay(formerly disc Jockey for WWRL)now with Radio
1-3 p.m.; Seafood Dinner, March 24, after church, ($1 per Station WLIB.
person, $3 per family); Parade of Fashion, March 26; 4 p.m.; -_..
Easter Egg-hunt, March 27, time to be announced. GREATER MIAMI FASHION SHOW AND

MARTIN.:MEMORIAL* Sunrise service, March 26, 4:30 TEMPLE No. 769 DANCE EASTERYou

a.m.; Easter program, March 26, 4:30 p.m. I.B.P.O.E.W.
SECOND BAPTIST: Joint Sunrise service (Church of the are invited to attend
Ascension, Glendale Baptist South Minster the annual Fashion Show and
Presbyterian) The Greater Miami TempleNo.
March 26, 5:30 a.m.; Easter program March 26 4 is Dance given by Sweeting Foun-
p.m.. ,: 769, LB.P.P.E.W. Celebrating -
Easter Egg huntREELECT their 23rd annual dation Fund, Inc.,for scholarship -
funds. Govern's Club Hotel ,
Anniversary Dance Monday, Dwight Rogers Room, 236 b .
March 27 at 9 until. At
MURRAY H.BUBBltj p.m. ,
SE First Avenue, Ft. Lauder-
the beautiful Continental Clubon
dale Florida Saturday April
the of 7th
corner avenue
156 1, from 8 p.m. to 1 a.m.
and 60th Street. 1
Featuring Le June modelsand
The entire community is ,,> .
(lore(........III.H.*,Oiltttct 91. most cordially invited.We are music by the Royal Duke
Rhythm'. Donations $3.00 tax -
DubtfiTf Experience and Seniority also asking daughters and bro- deductable.For TALAYA PEARL.JOANNE
KIN/ Work For Too thers for their strong support.
The entertainment and show table reservations and YOU WILL BE SEEING THEM This year's debs Ball by
Murray H. Dubbin' dynamic leadership I.- advance tickets call Ft. Lau-
suites In" hit appointment' at Chairman of will be a delight. Donation is gala featured an innovation. It happened in Trenton, N. J.
the Commerce :Committee, Vice' Chairmanof I derdale, 581-4486 and Miami Pearlene Shelton was chosen as the star model of tomorrow
$2.00. Tables included for
the Rule Calendar Committee, arid a are
member of the committees on AppropYlaatloni S tickets call 754-6556. call 634-4018. Table reser- from among 12 promising deb stars Teen deb Talaya
turance, Finance i Workmen I Tax, Higher Compensation learning, ,and In. Dt. Muldro is D.R. and Dt. vations free. (Sissy) Thomas, second and pretty Joanne(Dee)Howell,third.
Judiciary ARekirtM. Olive Jones is chairman. Mrs. Alberta Alier is chair- They made a beautiful picture.
Morgan,Campaign Chairman Democrat man and parking is fr TEEN TALK AND SOUL MUSIC SURVEYSam and Dave's

"When Something is Wrong with my Baby"dedicatedto Dou-

glas Brockington of 59-1/2 Miller Road, Trenton, N. J. .
Call Doug, you will receive pictures of the Sam and Dave Trenton
CENTERVILLAKINDERGARTEN REGISTER NOW Concert. .Betty Jackson dedicates"Dry Your Eyes," (Bren-
h h LITTLE FOLK PLAY da and the Tapulations) to Louise and Murray Lavender of

CHARLESROGERS 2112 NW 68th Terrace, Miami. (the Sam and Dave copy)
5861 N.W. 17TH AVENUE SCHOOL Chuck Jackson and Maxine Brown's "Hold onto Louise

CERTIFIED PERSONNEL 3290 NW 45 STREET (Poney) Williams of Opa-locka.-Christ says, "Nothing takes
the place of you." The Four Tops scored again with "Bernadette" -
MIamI Florida
HOT LUNCHES "Martha and the Vandallas big song, "Jimmy
PICK-UP SERVICE Nursery & KindergartenLicensed Mack" Hurry back-Grest-Mrs. Etta Bowles' contestant,
AT PL 1-7502 REGISTER NOW by Warrent Bethel, two years old, came out second at the Mt.
Florida State Welfare Pisgah S.D.A. Church baby contest Sunday, March 19. Mrs.
691-7796 OR 696-3802 Call: Martha Holston' little girl, Cynthia Ware, won first prize.

For A Good Buy on Mrs. R. E. Copeland, Sup. 634-3044 or 635-5233 She's also two years old. And it's Lee Williams' "I Love You
More than Anyone" to Warren and Cynthia of Opa-locka. .
A Piano When Chuck Jackson walked out on the stage last week at the
Organ, Apollo stage last week and took over Freddie Scott's act (the
two sound alike) they brought down the house with "Don't You
Scott Stereoor Feel Like Crying?"Chuck Jackson headlines the Apollo eEaster
ENDORSED COUNTY WIDE Show for one week. Wilson Pickett's "I Found a Love"I I
Pure soul Walter Jackson's "Speak her Name," Clarice
Orchestra' Watsn--my favorite Phi Beta Sigma contestant. Jackie
Wilson's Dont Want to Lose You"dedicated to pretty Ruby I

Instruments Pierce Gene Chancelor's "The Girl Don't Care," dedi-
cated to (Is It a Man's World?) lovely Emma Lou Lanier,

Miami Times fox Jimmy Ruffin's soul song, "I've got to
give her all the love I've got," a smash.

This is scoop Bethel saying "Time and Tide wait for no
man. C-U-NX WK.

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THE LITTLE RED BOOK: Thieves ransacked the Puerto
Rican home of beauteous Yvette Diago Powell,estranged frau-

leln of Rep. Adam Clayton Powell, taking nothing, but.leaving
a disorderly house In their searchforvalu-I

ables Kelsan Farrington's sonsational
female larks, the Afrolettes, debuted in the '''lib'. Sigma Gamma Rho Regional
East Room of Mary Jo's oddity, the Soul I
House, last Thursday at show time. Sir "
Stork Is headed for the home of James and ., 11"1: Meets In Daytona Beach
Esther Hendon. All ready parents of three ,. -

boys, the Hendons will make it a quartet ., ....,t.'Wi1 The Southeastern Regional mlngham, Alabama, will pre-
when their: little soprano (they hope) ar- ; ",; Conference of Sigma Gamma side.

Trumpeteer Earl Finley finally ,".,.',';E"/,',,.I." ..... '1IIiI ___ _.k........ .-, _. Rho Sorority, Inc. will beheld The keynote speaker will be
got his release from Jackson Memorial March 24-25 at Holiday Inn
Davis Grand Anti-
Soror A.O.
Hospital after four months a bedded patient/vicEnfof gun=; ZETA PHI BETA SCHOLARSHIP WINNERSMiss West, Daytona Beach,with representatives Basileus, Baton Rouge, La.
shot wounds. from seven
1 Lula/ McDaniels/ a freshman at Florida A&M states in attendance.The Local members shown duringa
NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Publicity Chairman Michael Sey- University, daughter of Mr. 0. V. McDaniels of Coco- planning session for the con-
more is Itching with the urge for you to attend a non-profit itinerary of the two-day' ference areFrances Strachan
Grove and ,
nut Miss Veronica Hicks
church affair when the Youth Catholic Adults of Holy Redeemer sophomore, daughter meeting will include the installation -, instructor at Bonner Elemen-
Parish and St. Phillip's Mission sponsor their "After Easter of Mrs. Alice Lumpkins of Coconut Grove are recent of new officers and tary school; Margaret Pyke,
Dance" on April 1 in the parish hall. It's a semi-formal out- recipients of the Aeta Phi Beta Sorority Scholar. awards to outstanding sorority
Ing which promises fun, fellowship, refreshments, entertainment ship award. members to be presented during chairman of the Coordinating
music and dancing to the popular tunes of a sizzling Both young ladies are graduates of G. W. Carver High a clurainattng banquet. Committee and instructor at
combo. Lona Bethel is prez of the CYAgroup, and Mrs. Mar- School, Coconut Grove. They members of BethuuA-Ccokman College;
are Zeta's / Velma
Mark Southeastern
and Estelle Taylor,instructorat
guerite Miller is advisor-chaperone. It's anOpalocka'must'from
Z club at Florida A&M University. Miss Hicks is
Kap- Regional Director from Bir-
Bonner Elementary
8:00 'til midnight, so you can't afford to miss it. Ad- pa Alpha PsI Sweetheart.
vance ducats are peddling for seventy-five cents with a donation -
of one 'dollar at the door if you wait 'til fun-time. ---

Easter Sunrise Service In 5 Miami
THE WEEK'S WASH: Look for liquor prices to soar in the ParksEaster

Bahamas by April Moscow medics checking Fidel Cas-
tro to confirm or deny reports of Cuban refugges here that the Sunrise services have scheduled in the Orange Bowl terian Church of North Mia- !I i rt

dictator has lung cancer Jocelyn Knowles mending at been scheduled atflve Greater had to be canceled this year. mi Beach, will deliver the
home from her recent malady Anyone knows why they Miami parks, including Miami We have many ramps and sermon, "What is Jesus t
cancelled the testimonial dinner for Cong. Claude Pepper??? Bayfront, Miami Marine Sta- concession stands torn up for Christ to You Today?" A 90-

Ending a month's stay among family and friends George dium, Haulover Beach, Grey- renovation, and conducting the voice chorus from Northwestern -
Wilkerson and grandson returned to Harlem's Golden strip-- nolds and Homestead ayfront. service would be too hazar- High School will be directed -
Lenox Avenue Mrs. ,David (Rose) Williams, JMH aid, Services at Bayfront Band- dous to the public." by Arthur Evans during TASmilirt
twisted her left knee after alighting from a MTA bus while shell in Downtown Miami are A charity service at Haul- the nondenominationalevent.
enroute to her duties. The bum knee is now ticking once sponsored by the Evangelical over Beach, which will bene- .

again Add March Birthdays: Jane Lewis, Johnny Davis, Ministerial Association of Mi- fit the Salvation Army will .I.._ ,
Mary Britt-Woods. am I.' The Interdenominational be conducted by Dr. Clarence
Otis Garland of
,Yates of Bal Harbour's Eddie' Lee''Ptt.: (
SUCH i service, to begin at 61 H 0 m'est e a d.1 Baptist Church .
STUFF AND : Charles Lockhart,Bonded Rental Agen- a.m. will be conducted by the. phurch-by-the-Sea. rfiegin-1 will deliver the mart laU10rai f blJ'sliitneJsman !
cy's PR counselor, having his locks sheared at Harry Smith's Rev. A. C. Janney of New ring at 6 a.m., the': service principal message pope ; ,
Varsity Barber Shop in Liberty City. Church transfi- Testament Baptist Church will feature soloist Ruth Wil- at the Homestead Bay- is the new
guration's efforts to Installl a senior choir of mixed voices with special music provided by liams and will be broadcastover front which Park Sunrise service, owner of the Dive-Inn
fizzed. Its Junior choir, however, continues to carry the several participating chur- radio station WIOD. begins 6:30 a.m.lnvocation Bar, 1772 NW 79th St.
church's musical chores, and the blending voices of these kids ches. The 17th annual GreynoldsPark scripture and reading, Phone 6919431. He Invites -
Is big league stuff Sam (Soul) Early at his Console atJllly's service, cosponsoredby prayer be offering handled usheringwill all his old friendsto
South on 79th Street Causeway Mary ElizabethHotel's Featured speaker at the Cityof the OJus Kiwanis Club and by
Zebra Lounge still shuttered but look for a reopening Miami Marine Stadium on the North Dade Ministerial church leaders from the come and meet new
real soon, now. Double Irony: Judge Paul Baker sen- Rickenbacker Causeway will Association also will begin at Homestead area, and a 20- friends. Everyone wel.
tenced Paul Baker Jr. (no kin) to a 90-day sentence in county be the well-known Dr. Leigh- 6 a.m. The Rev. A. L. Reese, voice music.youth choir will provide come. ( indf)
)Jail for possession and sale of lottery tickets. And Rev. ton Ford, who will travel from pastor of the First Presby-

Carl G. Sinning was appointed to a six-year term on Iowa his home in Canada to con- --"---"- ,
State Liquor Control Commission. duct the service. Morning "

prayer will offeredbyCapt.
SWEET TREATS: A Valentine Memorial gift (portable TV Calvin W. McCarter, Air
set was presented the Golden Age Club by the daughters of Force Chaplain recently returned -
the late Mr. and Mrs. James Roberts, as a memorial to their from Vietnam.A .
deceased parents. The Ulysses Morris' and Mrs. Alberta 67-voice choir will pre- r t lej
Thompson are sharing their new duplex apartment-home recently sent sacred music at the ser-
purchased at 90th St. and NW 18th Ave Mae Bell vice which will begin at 5:50
Wilson, Dunbar Elementary office secretary, is back at her a.m. Boaters are welcome,
desk from that two-day convention spent in Nassau but are asked to anchor at least
JESCA's Day Care program supervisor Lydia Neasman is one hour before the service 1
changing diapers once again Former BTW football and begins. Free coffee and do-
baseball star Bruce (Val) Thompson died in New York City nuts will be served. f.

Feb. 21. Ditto Arthur (Junior) Atkins, another BTW Tor- The Orange Bowl Easter ser-
nado football and baseball star, who. passed Feb. 12. There vice has been canceled this
t bodies were interred there. year, according to Al Rubino,

SALT WATER TAFFY Dunbar Elementary Principal Nel- stadium manager.
"The city requests" Rubio
son L. Adams, all ready the proud owner of a snazzy Caddy,
said "that the Easter Sun- '
since his return from a trek over to Texas and Louisiana, .
rise service traditionally
gifted himself with another beaut. This time a 1967 mustang
President Clarence (Pops)Davalt and his Collegians Club
members and their wives and sweethearts are all ticketed to
take that Jet-step over to Nassau on Good Friday. The group I
will return by Bunny Monday. .Phi Beta Sigma and its s1s1 1 SERVICE TO
ter group Zeta Phi Betas are culminating their sweetheartter THE COMMUNITY of bt1'1ne
group Zeta Phi Betas are culminating their Sweetheart 'an c boon ONE OF OUR
Contest with a Winners Dance at the big audit in Bayfront wIu BUYING or BUILDING ,
Park March 31. It's then and there when three lucky lassies CALL STANLEY boltstof btoet nip-. MANY
ic 00.l1l'in
will receive such mammoth prizes as: First: Trip for 2 to, ; $to a EASTER FASHIONS
Second Weekend for 2 in Hotel Fontain- es3.1 ...
Mexico City : a PL I.UU' y '. ... s,
bleau suite. Third: Ladies' wrist watch. w B.outlful Homo ; bice

MIAMI MUSINGS: The new Tri-Arts Medical Building at or Built DunAttoc.i.." Your Lot '1.6 : ; ,
10th Avenue and NW 54th St. plans its opening for April 2. ,1 :
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All space is taken with the exception of a single office unit. tln and Addition-
Professionals to occupy offices and labs therein Include: 4.f 4t\
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Medicos John 0. Brown, George A. Simpson, Dazelle D. IIIVI Your Worn Out .
Simpson, George Kenneth Sands, Stanley E. Johnson, WilliamA. HMIO and Build 0L..I
Patterson, Fred Seymour, Wilfred and Eleanor Gibson of Now Homo
Eddie's Drugs Church of the Transfiguration's annual Coll U. .for Focti About
Fiesta turnout is a calendar date for April 7 and 8. This two- Building{ I:
day, fun-filled frolic will have all the earmarks of an old- Good Bonk Financing "
fashioned carnival air with games, food, prizes and dancing II", :

along its gay midway. So, whether its Friday (5 to 9) or Saturday STANLEY BUILDERS, EDISON CENTER
(12 to 6) or both, you Just gotta be there. That's it U \ -.
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THE MI AMI TIMES, Fr I Joy, March 24, 1967 9

Original Skit Contestants Vie For Miss Cinderella

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!' BY DAVE BONDU Opportunity Legal
Services and the Economic
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Opportunity Program, agency
Twelve of us went to see the closing show of Sammy Davis that fights the war on povertyin
at the Deauville Hotel on Sunday night. It was a gasserl! Dade County,are presentinga .M
That man Is talented from the top of his head to the bottoni of new type of educational pro- a 1
I his feet. He sez he likes to march. The other day he was gram to aid the poor. w
driving down Flagler Street and saw four "soul brothers"

walking along, so he Jumped out of his car and Jumped rightIn ,,
the middle of them. They were walking along at a brisk '
clip, and Sammy asked them, "What's happening baby." .' t -
One of them says, "I don't know what you're doing, but we're Linda Carol Clark is vying
going to work, baby." Peanuts Taylor andVernonNarln came Angela McCoy is vying for Meet Angelette Hardnett who for "Miss Cinderella" sponsored -
over from Nassau; Our own Bessie Wilkerson, Jeff Addams, Miss Cinderella Princess. Is running for Miss Princessin Zeta Phi Beta '.
by sorority -
Jan Baradello, Jan Jaffee, "Taffy" Ring of Erie, Pa.; Bob IIj Angela is the daughter of Mr. the annual Miss Princess Inc. She is the daughterof
Young, Tina Cunningham of Detroit, Mayme and I really en- Ilj'I and Mrs. Willie McCoy,15940 contest of: the Zeta Phi Beta Mr. and Mrs. HlllardClark
Joyed his show. We were all Invited to the party that was NW 18tL Ct., Opa-locka, Fla. Sorority. Angelette is eight Sr., and resides Opa-locka.
given for him after the show, and ran Into gobs of people we She is nine years old and In years old. She lives with her Linda is a student at Miami
know, such as Kiah Sayles, Tony Bennett, "Jllly" of July's the fourth grade at BunchePark parents, Mr. and Mrs. Azell Carol City Senior High. Her
on the 79th St. Causeway and Mel Green. If you missed his Elementary School.
show this trip, you must plan now to see him the next time Her hobbles are cooking and Hardnett, at 2285 NW 152ndSt. hobbies Include sewing, cook-
ing reading and reading
around. This man Is too much! He, May and the childrenleft helping others. She attends the ., Opa-locka andattends
try. She is a member of the
for New York today, and had to cancel their plans for a First Baptist Church of Opa Rainbow Park Elementary
Zeta Amicette Y-Teens stu-
two day stay In Nassau due to unforeseen contract. George 1, A ;,locka and sings in the choir. school in the second grade.She ,
dent council social studies
Rhodes, his musical director and Billy Rowe, his publicity '""" ""'" ,She is the president of the is an excellent student,talented senate and ,president of the
and press man were much in evidence and doing a great Job. RAYMOND ARANHA Sunshine Band and is activein a member of the Brownie Opa-locka NAACP youth coun
Hear tell that the James Club is going through the pres- Directed toward teenagers, the B.T.U. and in Sunday Troop 161 and attends the cil. She was also awarded a
sures that befell the Continental not too long ago. Seems that the Legal Services office school. First Baptist Church ofBunche science award.
the policemen sit across the street and give tickets to "Jay- seeks to advise the rock-and She Is asking all of her Park. She Is lovable,charmingand Linda is being sponsored by
walkers" going over to the Soul Place or to their cars park- roll set on their legal prob- friends and well-wishers to possesses all the other at- Sorors Lydla RichardsonEve-
ed across the way. One of the bosses was called downtown to lems involving them, their help her be a winner so that ributes of being a princess. lyn Williams Sandra Georgeand
be informed that there would be no mixing of races In the parents and the community.In she will be able to reign In Lots of: luck to Angelette. Pauline A., Johnson.WOOLWORTH'S.
club, and when he agreed, It is mess. If a Negro Is marriedto order to make the pro- her own regal manner at the
a white lady, he cannot be admitted to the club with her. ceedings less classroomlsh, Zeta Phi Beta's CinderellaBall.
He has to get one of his Ofay buddies to take her in. Mixed one of Miami's leading actors .
couples are turned away at the door. No unescorted ladiesof Mr. Raymond Aranha,
the "very fair sex" are admitted at all. They turned awayat will participate in a skit Illustrative JAZZ NIGHTLYAt
least 75??? couples on Saturday night because they were of the teenagers Hit
not all the same color. Is this anyway to have to run a business RANCHERBiicaynt
problems m
that depends on the public for its livelihood???
Also, members of the Dade Blvd. & 126th St.. (! cedAcp1wI
Bar Association Mr. Joseph
10 to A.M.
Reisman and Mr. John White,
will participate In a panel discussion THE
of the skit. Both attorneys SULLIVAN FOUR

GOLFER OF THE WEEK'Ernest Brown are volunteers, con- PLUS
tributing their time in the war
QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: We are still working on that against poverty. DAVE AKiNS TRIO
Howard W. Dixon director of
stop light at 58th street and 10th avenue, and a lead light on ,
54th street and the Legal Program,
27th avenue. ..The United Golfer's Associa-
tion affair (dinner-dance) Is March 25th at the Biscayne Ter- stated that the prevention of Song Stylist
race Hotel. Get your tickets from a Par and Birdie Club legal problems is an ongoingconcern MICKEY CA Ij OLL'TRIO
member If you 'dont't have it yet. Georges Wright and his In the war against poverty $4:1 1
.orchestra are furnishing the music and yours truly will be and directing these efforts SUNDAY AFTERNOON

the toastmaster. Mrs. Athalie Range, Steve Clark, and some to the teenager for the is educa-a real NIGHTLY LIVE
other Commissioners and city officials are expected to attend breakthrough
Clyde Killens sez his August 27th Night In NassauIs tion cl the poor. aua ALAN ROCK

going tobeheld In larger quarters.That's good, cause the I The program will be heldon RADIO STATION WMBM MARCH 27th TO APRIL 5th
affair has grown so, that a larger place is needed. Did March 23, at 8 p.m. at Admission Fr.
you send a check or money order to Variety Children's Hos- the Liberty City Center, 1900 5:30: to '1-OOo.m.
pital yet? Please do. Every little bit helps to keep this won- NW 75th Street. T7Z" Ft fi
derful hospital open for the children of our area. Dean
Martin Show received the highest Neilsen ratings on TV ?
(meaning he is the most popular show on TV) and he sez, "I
got it because I got the drunk vote. All the drunks voted for
me." Premier Lynden Pindling, of Nassau, spent a quiet YOUR SYMBOL OF QUALITY
weekend at the beach house of Peanuts Taylor trying to get NOW SNOWING k
away from It all. Madame Effie Throckbottom (better
known to us as Cnlckle Home) was doing his act at the Drum- DlNVE IN THEATRE

beat last Saturday night, and was doing "It's a Sin to Tell a <.
Lie" in a very ladylike manner, when a huge water bug came i
out of sneakers and walked across the floor. The band played, i
the rest of the song while Chlckie lay on the stage laughing.The BULLWHIP BATTLE
audience cracked up. Ran Into Fucundo Riverera at THE MOUNTAIN OXI
Sammy Davis' show. He is the young man from Havana who *
had the revue that made all of the beach shows In the 195355era I

directly from the Tropicana in Havana. Dr. Gordon
Merritt and Dr. "Lightning Fast" Shirley, both of Ft. Lau- t
derdale, went to Freeport last weekend for some golf on the
beautiful Lucaya and King's Inn Courses. Those were some
expensive golf games Red Skelton playing the part of a
tramp about to go on vacation, last week, found that his jour- P
ney would take him through the "Great State of Alabama."
He sez, "That's a big state." His traveling camp anion told :
him it wasn't as large as Texas, to which he replied, "It has BEAUTIFUL 7 7
to be bigger, it takes two governors to run it" With that
thought In mind, be happy for our state, the sunshine and the BELLES '

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The Community Service Council of Broward County will Dear Genie:

ry present Yvette M. Epstein, director of the Childcare Foun- My husband refuses to get an apartment. He wants to con-
; dation as guest speaker on the work of the foundation on
; tinue to live with his folks so they can watch me. EverythingI
Tuesday, March 28th at St. Clairs Cafeteria, opposite Sears do, they tell him and then we have an argument. I want so

Town. much to have my very own place, but he Just can't see it. He
Residents of Broward County can have their questions on says he's saving money. What do you say Genie.
leukemia and other cancers answered by a physician every -
""iIi Monday evening through April 24 from 7 to 8 p.m. The public Puzzled
information service is sponsored by the Broward County
Ii Iit Unit of the American Cancer Society in cooperation with the Dear Puzzled:

IiI Broward County Medical Association. Call the doctor at 525- I say he's scared. I also say he needs to grow up and be

t 3363 to learn about cancer. the man he should be. I say move out and leave him. If he
py The Elks Lounge will exhibit holiday gaiety throughout the is really in love with he'll follow. And it won't take too
I Easter weekend, beginning on Friday March 24ththe, social long either. Once you pull the crutch out from under him,
IiI club is sponsoring a dance which begins at 10 pm. maybe he'll begin to see the light. As long as you take the
On Saturday, March 25th if you're in the mood for dancing living with his people, he'll continue to be the boy instead of
you'll find the Elks to be Just what your lagging social appetite the man. And I say it's a poor man that cannot afford to give

needs for a pickmeup.On his wife a home. Even if it is an apartment. So my dear, you
I Sunday, March 26th, the ladies of the Elks will be deck- either take it and like or dislike it and leave it.
ed out in fine Easter Fashions at the annual Easter Fashion
Show which will start at 5 p.m.

Mrs. Homer C. Hill H and Son Homer Carey in of Atlanta, Dear Genie:

TEENAGER OF THE WEEK Ga. are spending the Easter holidays in Ft. Lauderdale with I am a step child. And'I am one in every way. At least my

Charlotte LaVerne Pridgen, daughter of parents and grandparents; Mr. ,and Mrs. Leon Storr of 2001 people treat me like one in every way.Ever since my mother
NW 3rd Court. remarried she doesn't attention. All she thinks about
Aaron and Rosa Pridgen of 404 NW 14th Way was pay any
for her Is' the baby. All I ever hear is shut up and go away. I really
I selected as Teenager of the week out Mrs. Cato Roach, Jr. will be the guest speaker for the love my baby sister, but I can't help but be a little bit mad at
standing citizenship.LaVerne Hungry Forum on Wednesday, March 29th at 12 noon. The '
her, when they carry on so over her. They buy her all the
I is a senior at Nova High School, Public Affairs committee of the Northwest YMCA is open-
pretty things .and all I ever get is school clothes. My step-
" and will graduate May 16th. She Is an active ing its spring series with this presentation by Mrs. Roach father always beats me and for nothing too.And mother doesn't
member of the Titanaires; the Drill Team and who is supervisor of Curriculum Adjustment with the Bro say anything. Sometimes I think I'll run away.But I don't have
advanced 'choir of Nova. She is a member of the ward County Board of Public Instruction. Mrs. Roach will anywhere to go. I am so miserable, Genie, what should I do.
, Greater Mt. Olive Baptist Church where she is discuss "Project Gain" (Gearing Academics to Individual
on active participant in the junior/ church. La. Needs) a new dimension in education for children with special Step Child

r verne Is 'also a member of the Cloverettes and learning problems.Mrs. .
f Young Elites girls clubs. Dear Step Child:
I Her hobbies consist of reading, collecting Susie C. Holley along with her two sisters visited her Nothing is ever as bad as it seems. There must be a bright
:, quotable quotes and poetry, playing the piano daughter and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs.W.B.McDaniels in BIloxi side to this somewhere. Sometimes when we are'very young,
visited Orlando Florida at the
t1 and Favorite past time "existence.9LaVerne Mississippi. They then things seem so much worse than they really are. It is not unusual -
M hopefully plans to attend southern Shiloh Baptist Church whereElderErnestSmith Washington, for a step child to feel the way you do. It often happens
Illinois University where she will continue her D. C. gave the glowing message. when the mother or father remarries. The older child or step
child feels neglected.But the thing they oftenfail to remember,
n education in nursing.froward Modlook" at
Sunday, March 19th was truly thedayfor"The is that
they are among the very fortunate to have two sets of
the Elks Rest in Ft.Lauderdale,as the Mt. Hermon AME,Pul- parents. It is often that the child is
........-.u'f"'I%' 1 not as mistreated. Most
pit Aid Board presented its annual Stylist Stout Fashion Show. times, the situation Is exaggerated in the mind. My advice to
The models were lovely as always as they presented fashions you is try to see things as they really are. It will be a little
from Scotts. Lane Bryant.. Maus & Hoffman and Ruby's
easier to
accept. So my dear, tell your mother how you feel
SconoCounty's Hats. and see if she doesn't understand. Then too,you try to understand -
I Sport and you'll find life can be as you like it.
For an answer to that question that you have that you dare not

Deerfield ask even your closest friend, write Dear Genie today, P. 0.
BY NATHANIEL WILKERSON Box, 8665, Ft. Lauderdale, Fia.

..... c In Spotlight ,1.

The world of sports is so varied that anyone looking for
excitement can find one to suit him or her. Football, baseball Free Parking WE HAVE MOVED
; basketball, tennis and golf are probably the most popular
sports in the area. Every man, woman and child have, at one The St. Paul Methodist Church Youth Department will pre- Rashelle
time or another, come in contact with these popular ones. But sent a friendship program on Easter Sunday at 7:30 p.m. WIGSTYLING

too few of us have actually enjoyed the one many or true sports Hotel
fans consider the "King of Sports",namely horseracing.ThIs The Kiddies College Kindergarten will present a Tom Thumb
is the one sport that will make the red-water vein sportsman Wedding on March 30, at 7:30 p.m. at St. Paul Methodist ROOMS:

stand up because of the quickening of the heart-beat. Church. Day, Week, Month
Many of us have heard of Seabiscuit,Armed,Kelso, Round-
table and more recently Reflected Glory, Great Power and The Church of God will have Good Friday night services.The Air Conditioned from 781 NW 22nd Rd.

Tumble Wind. But having never seen a horse race, the one program will be centered around the Seven Last Wordsof Heated to:

name that most of us associate with horses Is that of Man-of- Jesus. Private Baths 1295 NW 6 STREET

War. Ft. Lauderdale Fla.
In this area, and particularly this Saturday,we will have the 825 NW 21 AVENUEFT. ,
opportunity to see probably the four best runners of the year 525-8652
in Remember I stated in For .
now training. now training. no
one in his right mind could exclude the great Buckpasser. At 583.9699 New Wigs from $39.95up.

Gulf stream, the Gulfstream Handicap has attracted Pretense, T1 Mr. and Mrs. Styling still $5.00
Ring Twice, Amberoid and Quinta. These names mean nothing
to most of us, but I promise you that It you have never seen a Frank C. Smith, Jr., Mrs. Petersen, Prop.
horse race, this would be the best way to introduce yourself. r Proprietors

Pretense will be trying to accomplish a feat that only one
horse has ever been able to do, thatof winning the Santa AnI- ;
ta Handicap in California and then coming east to annex the
Gulf stream Handicap all in the same month. The one horse La Petite
,that did It was the mighty Roundtable. He did it in 1958.

Ring Twice was the recent winner of the Widener at Hia- Beauty
leah and must be considered the best in these parts for rignt
now. Althought Quanta was beaten by Ring Twice, he took off
and went north the following week to win the $100,000 John B. &
Dillard High, state Negro Class AA champion with a 222record Wig
Campbell at Bowie in Maryland, and is now back for another
will leave to compete in the national Negro
high ?
shot at not one, but both of these hot-shots. ,
school basketball championships in Montgomery Ala.
Amberoid is the little colt that ran away and left the three- Salon
year olds in the Belmong Stakes at 11/2 miles last summer.
If you are looking for a real thrill,! would suggest that you Broward Deaths % Humail
try the real excitement offered in thoroughbred racing. And County PROFESSIONAL BEAUTY '

remember, with $1000,000 at stake, you are bound to see the AND WIG SERVICE Hair Wigs
Please keep in mind that it only cost 50$ to park and $1.00 Funeral services for the late
admission. I'm sure you can take it from there. Happy handi- Mrs. Lizzie Bell Gordon of Ike Miller, 37, of 912 NW 4th Charlotte/ Phillips/ Wig Stylist/

capping. 2701 NW 11th Ct. Ft. Lauder- Avenue; Hallandale died Sa- WIGS $40.00 UP
dale are pending at the Ben- turday. Funeral services will
ton Funeral home who died on be held Sunday in Cuthbert, Phone 5248261For
Tuesday, March Survivors Ga. The remains will lie in ,
MIZELL STUDIO Include a husband; Tommie; state at the funeral home from Pick Up and Delivery
three daughters,Mrs.MaeBell 9:30 sum. Friday until 8:30

1050 N. W. 6th AVENUE Davis, Mrs.LlllieMae Tucker, p.m. Friday night Survivorsare 1603 NW 6th
and Mrs. Eloise Williams,anda his wife, Frances;one son, St.
JET KAUDERDALE FLORIDA half brother,Johnnie Lee Ja- Ozell; his mother, Mrs.Lillie FT, LAUDtRDAlt IIORIDA
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Mary Sutton 1965 she has earned the respect -
Named Afro Agent of the Year of her local associatesand :

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Mary M. sutton, insurance office executives. CONTINENTAL
rids, Georgia, Alabama and
" counselor for the Afro American During annual CollectionDrive open
' Texas. held the first week of
I V: Dania Life, was Insurance acclaimed Company Agent of, Although,named agent of the December each year, Agents 6000 NW 56\; ,
: the Year 1966 while attending year Information was not made collecting $1,000 or more for CLUB
I. the President's$,1,000.00 Club public pending a recheck of records the week are invited to Jack- 7th Ave.es
in order to be certain.
sonville as special guest of
Banquet, held at the Eldorado PROUDLY PRESENTS
For 1966 Sutton had $141.40
President James H. Lewis.
Club, Jacksonville, Fla. The
company has more than 2CO industrial debit growth and Those invited along with Agent BIG EASTER SHOWJheOrighnalDRIFJERS ATTRACTION
agents and 29 district offices $60,391.00 ordinary. Agent E. Sutton were: Agents: Arlene
Jones, Tyler, Texas was second -
throughout the states of Flo- Strachan, Margaret Hanna, J.
with $138.26 industrial W. Brown, C. E. Gibson, John ,
Increase and $4,434.00 ordi- Charles Butler and Assistant
nary. Both first and second Manager John H.Dean,Miami; ,
Carver place winners are females. Georgiana HughleyHomestead
Agent Sutton is a native of und Grace E.Vaughn,Ft.Laud -
Broward County and aproductof rdale. Miami had the largest
Ranches .it the County school system.She representation. C. .Davalt is v
; is an active worker find- acting manager.
I News MARY M. SUTTON ing time to participate in the

civic, social, political and religious -
,_ .. !fry Wolt.r Bow. affairs of (the commu-
Walter Edwards, Jr. of 16B South nity with particular concern Color pictures in a beautiful
NW 4th Ave., Hallandale, died about the school program, a Easter setting. All day Easter
Saturday night. Funeral ser- dynamic member of the Attacks Sunday at Deal's Studio, 307 Mary Hylor
high PTAJSmployedwith NW 2nd Ave. 3715016.GLAMOUR .
vices will be beld Saturday, Dade NewsHurst
March 25 at Mt. Olive Bap- the Afro-American April 5,

tist Church of Itallandale,with EuropeanLarwance
Chapel AME Church
Rev. Franklin officiating. Bu-
Perrine, Rev. W. J. Allen,
rial !
pastor Jean H.Townsend re-
; d
Survivors include his parents, ,
porter. On Palm Sunday, Sal- r
Mr. and Mrs.Walter Edwards, _
ters Chapel of Brownsville returned -
Sr. six sisters Mrs. Mazie 8'
; our visit The Rev. H. Frank Williams
Lee Westpoint, Mrs. Emma
Jones, Mrs. Lillie Jackson, stirrinvsermon. ROCKETEERS
Mrs. Ella Westpoint, Mrs. MARY HYLOR
After the service our pastor V
Estelle Williams and Miss
called the women to organizefor
Mary Edwards; two brothers, Woman's Day.Mrs.Town- "LITTLE BEAVER", LOUIS HOWARD
Arthur and
send was selected chairman, / I TRESS WIGSFor BOBBY MARSHAL, M. C.

Mr. Walter Blatch, Men's Mrs. Hazel Henderson, co- ..
Day chairman at Mt. Zion chairman.Let SHOWTIME : 12 O'CLOCK' TABLES FREE
AME church West us not forget our sick and
the latest In wig fashions falls, wig-
is thanking all members and shut-ins and boys In the armed Admission $1.50WED.
friends who helped to make the services lets, all 100% human hair as low as $39.95.

day a success. Thanks again, Mrs. Alma Williams was at Professionally styled by Miami's No. 1 stylist, LADIES NITE Free Gifts
Rev. W. T. Grant is pastor. Delray Beach last Sunday visiting "PAM" THURS. CELEBRITY
I" her aunt, Mrs. Ida Mit-
All members of VFW Post chell and Mrs. Janie Williams Visit us at WALTER'S FASHIONS,EASTER SUNDAY"
No. 8195, West Hollywood, and Mrs. Dorothy Mitchell.Mr. *" >:
are reminded of the meetingthe Bob James Thomas was 708 NW 62nd ST. I$ ;
first Sunday in April at ]home for the spring days for a ,WE,CAN BOAST BECAUSE,WE OFFER THE M ST3i:;;;
4816 SW 17th St., at 4:30 p.m. week from Tennessee State or call FOR LESS I",'{"
Theron "Geno the Great" i University He leftMondayfor Special {for all '
; Rates Glut Parties'and ::'l
Hudson who started his
own I
;school. 754-5401
show on Rocket Radio, is ,Fashion Shows '-. Phone} 757-1041 691-4005
Joe Bryant would like to
great. He has everything
thank each for what
one they
Carver Ranches
listeningeven --
did. the House of
I the barbers, at Bowe's Albert and staff. EAST COAST TAILORS,
Modernistic'"Hieron is the son .. .. I
of Mrs. A. O.Henderson,3840 The following South Dade delegates Headquarters for the :
SW 25th St.,West Hollywood. have been selected to Well Dressed Man
Birthdays celebrated on St. attend the 46th annual Colonial MR. WALTERS
t Patrick's Day, March 17: Mr. Convention of the Church of Alterations and RemodelingFAST .
Jerry Gray Mr. E. K. Hardy God of Prophecy in Nassau, SERVICE,
and Yours Truly, W. A.Bowe,, Bahamas: Bishop C. R. Dor- Shouldn't your tailor be PROUDLY Y PRESENTS HIS ANNUAL <'\
all of West Hollywood. Happy sett,Sister Mayfield Kep,Bro. EAST COAST t\
birthday and Happy Easter. Granville Bodie, wife and
Mrs. Bertha Miller will celebrate niece; Miss Nancy King and 111 NW 62 STREETPL PARADE OF FASHIONS :
her birthday March 25 many others. The convention 8-3301 \ :
at her home, 4017 SW 26thSt., will be held at the East Street A cuff while you wait'
West Hollywood. Happy birth- Tabernacle. anytime '
day. Easter Sunday Eve.
The Rev. B.'L. Black of New
Macedonia Baptist Church is '
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Mayor; presently Vice- Student Loans 'and Terms are Available Now AND THE ROCKETEERS The Lovely, Talented

Mayor Classes also open for: 9 PIECE BAND Fashion Designer and Song Stylist
I 3. City Councilman for 7
years IBM Key Punch P.B.X. Switchboard 3 HOURS OF
4. Director of the Miami Cashier Stockmen Receptionist Typing
Heart I nstitute FASHIONS FUN MUSIC and SONGIf
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school age children "
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12 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 24, 1967

IN MEMORIAMIn Mrs. Willie Lorraine Buggsof
RANGE. 1701 Albany St. Brunswick,

I CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS I sad but loving memory of Mrs. Maggie Wilder o!' 1735' !Ga. died on Saturday March dau
the late NW 68th St. died Thursday ]18. She is survived by a

MRS. MERCIE D. SMITH March 16. Survivors are a {ghter and son-in-law, Dr. and

who departed this life March ,husband, John; a mother,Mrs., 'Mrs. Herbert Green. Her remains -

IN MEMORIAM CARD OF 22,1964. Rachel Lee; one sister, Mrs. were shipped on Mon-
THANKS IN MEMORIAMIn Brunswick where final
When she came down to chilly Mable Godfrey; an aunt, Mrs. 'day to
I In loving memory of our late Jordan lea Dinkins. Funeral services 'rites were held.
We the
family of the late
mother and grandmother, MR. ERNEST INGRAMof memory of She felt no pain nor fear will be held Thursday
"'''T'',' 14261 NW She had lived a good life March 23rd in. the Church of Sylvester Williams of 3076
{4 locke, Florida wish Ct.to, Opa-take -- 1' e,/:,.;r. And bore many burdens and the Lord Jesus Christ at Zp.m. ; ]NW 67th St. was a victim of

this opportunity to thank the she knew that his presence was ; ;accidental drowning on Satur-
of near. i day, March 18. He Is sur-
mayor Opa-locka, city employees -
vived by his parents; five sis-
of Opa-l 0 c k a Dis- Mrs. Carmen
Rahming"Gainey -
? The Family |ters; two brothers and other
abled American Veterans a .
daughter of the late Ben Funeral services
Auxiliary Chapter No. 39 Ve- relatives.
.A Rahming, died in Jacksonvilleon 1 March
te rans of Foreign Wars and y. Sunday, March 12. Survivors were held Wednesday,

Auxiliary Post No. 5693,Dade CARD OF THANKSWe are husband,four children in the chapel -

County Council (VFW) Honor ; two sisters,twobrothers. Edward Strother of 1425 NW
Guard, Opa-locka Civic Club, the Funeral services were held on 1
Veterans family of the late .65th St. died Saturday, Mar;
Administration JAMES S. JOHNSONwho Tuesday, March 21st at 3p.m. 18. Survivors 'are two daughters -
pital of Coral Gables the In the
departed this life March chapel.
Mmes. Romaine Hardy
neighbors of 22nd Place 23rd ,
I 14, 1965 are grateful to their
Court and 23rd and Fleda Cremer; one son,
Place the
RUTH GORE MARTIN many friends for all deeds of Edward; 16 grandchildren; 13
neighbors of
152nd Terrace Miss Alice Johnson of
T _'f "' friends of who departed this life March kindness rendered their hour Mary great-grandchildren. Funeral
Millers'Sundry 5511 NW 12th Avenue died
; of bereavement. on 1
services will be heldon Thurs-
MRS. ANNIE BOWENSwho friends of
Harlem Gardens March 16. She is
Special thanks to Rev.A.Mo- Thursday,
Seems If she's
departed this life March friends 'of as Just away. day.
Miami and Opa- survived by her mother Mrs.
zell and ,
24, 1966.Remember. locka; Dr. Suzanna Blackwell love and memory the Range Funeral Home. James AME Church.
Lucille Johnson
May God bless each of ; a grandmother
her, she has gone and Alumnus of Blackwell Col- same. you. Mrs. Eva Mercer three
Mrs. Annie Gore mother Lucious McCray of 405 Dania
away of ,
lege Washington, D. C. and brothers Albert and Samuel
The ,
Gone far Two sister Thelma andDes. Family Beach Blvd. died on Monday
away into the silent the many friends of Washington Johnson and James Dozier; 7 ,
land sie March 20. He is survived by a
; D. C. for their cards,flowers aunts. Funeral services were
When you can hold her no more telegrams and other One brother, Jasper held on Wednesday, Marctl22at brother Arthur Ward and other
by the hand. kind expressions of One daughter, Irene relatives. Funeral services
May God bestow upon our love and consoling words sympathy shown us And other members of the ALBERT. 4 p.m. in the chapeL will be held Friday, March 24

The dearest blessing for whom during our hour of sorrow. family at 3:30 p.m. in the chapel.

above. A special thanks to the Rev. Mrs. Louella Pinkey, 1955 Mark Forest of 1401 NW 61 Maxwell Hinds of 1758 NW

Mrs. Erdell Bowens and W. K. Smith, pastor of the NW 2nd Ct. Apt. 105 died on St. Apt. 1 died Thursday,Mar. 59th St. died Sunday, March
Dorothy West, daughtersMrs. Greater New Bethel Baptist IN MEMORIAMIn March 15. Services were conducted 16. He is survived by his parents \ 19. He is survived by a wife,

Doris Burroughs Hylor Church of Opa-locka, and the from the Liberty Citychapel Mr. andMrs.Lloyd Forest Annie Bell; three brothers,

and Miss Beverly J. May, Range Funeral Home and staff. Monday afternoon.Survivors ; five brothers, an uncle, John,Caddy and William;three
granddaughtersIN Words are inadequate to express sad but loving memory of are four brothers, two Walter Walker; an aunt and I sisters, Mmes. Sylvina Wilson -

our thanks. May God of .our dear husband andbrother, nieces, Verge, Willie L. Eddie uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Hardie, Laura Reid and Mae E-

MEMORIAMIn mercies bless each of you. Lonnie Park,Mmes.Lucy Walker. His remains were, banks. Funeral services will
Parker, Lela Lewis. shipped to Glennville, Ga. on be held Thursday, March 23

loving of The Family, Saturday, March 18 where burial at noon in the Bethany Seventh
memory Mrs. Trudie White 1900 NW Day Adventist Church.
wife mother and grandmother Mrs. Irma Sldles and final rites will be held.
Mrs. Wllda Johnson 68th St. died March 16. Ser-
Miss Creta A. Skiles vices were conducted Wednes- Jack McKenzie of 15625 NW

Mr. Jim IngramIN day afternoon from the Mt. Tabor Mrs. Eliza Cleare of 321 NW i 157th St. died Tuesday,March
Baptist Church.Survivorsare 21. He is survived by five
her husband, Deacon Sidney 52nd St. died Thursday,March I i daughters, Mmes. Jacquelyn

y White,four brothers,Hen- 16. Survivors are a brother, I i Green, Lula McKenzie,Gladys

ry, Luther, Charles, Rufus, Rev. J. R. Smith: a son.Frank I MEMORIAMIn Edmond, four sisters, Mmes. Dean, and a host of nieces and I :;zie;, three sons, Johnny, Jack

Louise Edmond, Shadle Mae nephews. Funeral services and James;tbreesisters, Fannie -
will be held on Saturday,Mar. : Hendricks Ann Solomon
loving .of dear Ruby Parrot, Omega ,
memory my Edmond three 25, 3:30 p.m. at Ebenezer Methodist and Nippy Holt one brother
beloved husband 3 aunts, two uncles ; ,
-- -" I Willie Church. All members: ]Bloomer.Funeralservlceswill
r- : B. and 111edore R.
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I. Spikes. of Pallbearers Lodge No. 2 are> be held on Saturday, March 25
"I asked to meet at"the funeral i at the, First Baptist Church.
Allen Young,1301 NW 64thSt. home on Friday, March 24 at
departed this life March died March 17. Survivors are 8 p.m. for Ritualistic Ser-
20, 1947. Gone, but not for- vices.
gotten. May he rest in peace two daughters, four brothers, RICHARDSON. .
Elder L. H. Aaron Willie
and ,
may light perpetual shine
ESTELLA B. GIBSON upon Mmes. Pearlie Mae Bryant, Mrs. Manuella Smith of 321 :3rd Ct., Homestead,died Mar.
Emma Lee Frazier, LulaMae NW 52nd St. died March 18. !15 at Lincoln Memorial Nursing -
who this life
departed March Mrs.
Johnson, wife Drden. She is survived by her bra home. Services will be
31, 1966. Gone, but not for- The Johnson Family She is survived 1 held
Funeral services will be held by her husband Saturday at 2 p.m. in
gotten. Saturday at 2 p.m. from the Rev. J. R. Smith and There's an open door at the LibertyCity chapel. many other relatives. Her J Homestead. Mr. Shlpman

end of the road IN MEMORIAMIn remains were shipped to Bii i survived by a wife, daughter,

Through which each must go sad but loving memory of mini, Bahamas on Monday' an aunt, Mrs. Mamie Wilson,

alone mv dear mother. Ernest Wilkerson, 4819 NW March 20th where burial and i two uncles, Ira Thomas of
And there in a light we can- 26th Avenue died March 19. final rites will be held on Jacksonville and Charlie Tho-

not see, Services Saturday 2 p.m. at Sunday, April 2. :mas of Homestead, one sister
Our father claims his own. First Baptist Church
Y w. Mrs. Grace Peas of Havanna,
Brownsville. Among sur- Fla.
William Gibson, husband e'hf su vivors are mother, Mrs. Sallie Christopher Range of 417 NW
Alice Pinckney, daughter Wilkerson; two sisters 7th St. Apt. 4 died Friday,
Barbara Forbes and EUGENE ROBERTS j Mmes. Irene Carter Reller, March 17. He Is survived by Will Webb, 1210 NW 5th Ct.
Sandra Morton, granddaugh- passed away March 24 Williams; twobrothers,Charlie his parents,Mr.andMrs.Sam- Apt. 9 died March 22. Funeral

ters 1965. and Clifford; one aunt, J. mie Lee Range; five sisters 'services will be held Saturday,
The battle was fought and the W. and Katie Lee Wilkerson. and brothers.Funeralservices at 2 p.m. at New ProvidenceM.

IN MEMORIAM victory won; Servant of God, will be held on Friday, March B. Church. Survivors are
well done. K 24 at 10 a.m. In the chapel.
In From our eyes you are missed -.-.-- ---. Grave side services Satur- ... Johnson and Corine Gray;nie-

darling ever mother loving memory of our but in our hearts you never MRS OLIVIA JOHNSONwho day morning 11 a.m. at Para- ces, Mmes. Ruth Brown, Hat-
will be.Mrs. into tie Mae McCarney and Artie
ELLEN ALBURY passed eternityMarch dise Memorial for the infant IN MEMORIAMIn Johnson.

who passed away on March 23, 1963. Gone, but not daughter of Johnny and Mary
25, 194a. Essie Roberts, wife forgotten. May her soul resin tod Brown. Renee Denise Brown. loving memory of our beloved -

There is a reaper whose name And Family peace. I loved her, but Gloved husband, father and'randlather

is death, her best. Mrs. Leona Hurst 2001 Wilmington !6 DEATH
And with his sickle keen St., Opa- octa died ELDER EUGENE H. COOPER NOTICEMrs.

He reaps the bearded grain at IN MEMORIAMIn Leword Johnson, son March 20. Services Saturday, who departed this life March Elizabeth Black, pio-

a breath sad but loving memory of 3:30 p.m. at Triumph Church :16, 1966. neer Mlamlan, died in Key

And the flowers that grow be-, IN
tween. \ ii i Rev. Crawford Hurst; :Since you were called away, is survived by her husband

"Shall have nothing that is i one son, Willie McCullough; J How well do I remember, David; three daughters, Beryl
fair?" sayeth he. loving memory of our dear 'two brothers, Rev. R. V. Bryant I That sad and weary day. Roker, Gladys Neely and Do-

"Have only the bearded grain" mother and father, Harry Bryant of Ft. ]I t do not know the pains' rathy Beeman, four grandchildren -
"My Lord has need of these myrtle b. higgs Lauderdale;two grandchildren :you beared, I only know you and one great-grand.

flowers gay, and and two greatgrandchildren. ]passed; away and never said Funeral services in Key West

The reaper said and smiled, ERNEST HIGGS I good-bye. atSt Peters EpIscopalChurch

"They shalll all bloom In the who departed this life March Saturday, at 10 a.m.Evergeen,
field of light"Transplanted 3, 1952 and March 23, 1966. Mrs. Beatrice Gibson of 275 Amie Cooper, wife Saturday, at 10 a.m.Evergreen
by our care and it May they rest in peace and I NW 8th St. Apt. 1 died March And Children Mortuary is in charge.

Saints upon their garments lightperpetualshlneupontheThe 21. Survivors are husband, ----
white .1 i Higgs & Barry Lonnie Gibson. Arrangementsare I

These sacredblossomswear ]'MRS. FLORENCE SEYMOUR Families incomplete at this time.

And the children gave in tears who departed this life March I
and pain- 2 5, 1962 t

The flowers they most didlove, Gone, but not forgotten. May CARD OF THANKS Henry Jones, 123 NW 14thSt. LINCOLN MEMORIAL CEMETERY

They knew they should find her nonce ter soul rest In peace, and To the (died March 14. Arrangementsare
again nay light perpetual shine upon many people and incomplete.
j friends of the late
In the fields of light above n ere 3001 NW 46th Street NE 4.4197
Always. adored, loved and
missed. Miss Beatrice Rolle, sister I who remembered usdurlngour": Stanley Hayes, 2030 NW 68th E. JOHNSON, Manager OX 1-9199
',Irs. Eva Delancy, sister ]period of bereavement, our :i St. Apt. ,7 died March 21. Ar-
The Albury family The Family ,sincere thanks to you all. rangements; are incomplete.


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Jr., pastor Patricia Austin, reporterA .Howard DemerrittpastoMiss 5800 NW 2nd Avenue

reporter Phyllis Johnson,reporte Rev. Jarius W. Dunn pastor
life of work will always The walls of Drake Memorialstill

services will pass, only what's done for Our Easter Sunrise servtc ring with thanks to God

a.m. Easter Christ will last. Greetingsfrom will begin at 5 a.m. Mornin for the great spiritual and financial -

MT. Regular ser- the Mt. Sinai Baptist worship at 11. Our Easter blessings on our first MEW MT. MORIAHRev.

to have break- Church. program will follow Imme Men's Day. The total amount

No. 2 after the Let us all worship on Eas- diately after the morning wor raised was $1,840.34.It A. L. Shipp,pastor

Rev. ter morning. It is a time of ship. You are cordially inviteto was our pastor, deacons, Sis. Evelyn Souter, reporterOur
program will be rejoicing when God's only begotten attend all of our service faithful members and friends V

We are p.m. March 26. son died to save our And to see what a wonderfuJob ,who gave us this great support. Ester sunrise service

attended that each parent sins, but he lives on in you our children are doing The pastor wishes to thank will begin at 5 a.m.Alll members -
Interes out and come and and me. and members of
Let us remember to prayfoour the president are asked to please be
rence., at his best. We The Easter Sunrise'service sick and shut-ins. the Pastor's Aid Club for the
present and on time. The pub
May the all other per- will begin at 5 a.m. Sunday surprise birthday party given lic is invited.
P. E. interested in morning. After service the for him on March 7, at the Juniors
The No. 3 choir( )will
fine our child- BTU will serve breakfast in beautiful home of Mrs.J.Bryant -
DAY SPRING M. B. render the song service Sun-
workers, out and bring a the church's annex.If you have who Is an honorary member day during the Rev. Lester
not turned in Lenten Pastor's Aid Club.
members your of the
The Day Spring Missionar Albert's radio hour at 9 a.m.
Gibbs Club please turn them in remember to visit the
make up cor- gleeners Please
Baptist Church invite ti Pease tune in WMBM at this
mi you to attend their Sunday to the secretary. you sick and pray for Sister Ida
worship with them each Sun. and hear our children
Sip,Sunday, Come to the big Easter parade day. Clements, a member of our bring the gospel in songs.
to 6 at the afternoon at 5-
p.m. on Sunday There will be a talent tel ushers' board. The No. 2 Choir want to
signs of and Mrs.Edward 6 p.m. an Easter program Is Brother J. Faniel gave us a
at the church, 3092 NW 62nc thank Rev. Roscoe Jackson,
Brother NW 55th Terr. prepared fur you. Come and wonderful message on last
St., sponsored by the HomE all choirs and each one who
his to save your old hear the little children's Sunday night.
Missionary Society Saturday participated and attended their
Miller our Juniors. speeches and the Easter play. On Easter Sunday after at 5,
April 1 at 8 p.m. Donation: anniversary to help make it a
Zion your special Remember our sick and shut- Is $1.00. our Sunday School will present success. Chosen for queen forthe
were gleeners are ins and may they have a Happy We an Easter program.Mr.Frank
second for
are asking raising thehighest
your prayersfor year
lending In Easter Sunday Easter. mcKoy our Sunday School superintendent _
the sick. I amount Miss Dorothy
of the Easter to is in of
one alll charge
they Happy ;
Rev. W. M. Slater is pastor. Wilfork. Congratulations.Joint .
day a this program. Please plan to
rehearsal for Choir No.
thankful prayer for the attend. J 1 and 2 March 27 at 8 p.m.

the -. for their AHtfoch Celebrates Pastor's Our monthly conference

]March 30 at 8 p.m.,
fied here EBENEZER Let us continue our prayersfor

It took Second 'j our pastor, his mother,
to make $ CHAPEL Rev. A. D. Hall, Sr. pastor (other sick, shut-ins,bereaved

and Miss E. Ingram, reporter i families and those in the
was. pastor The officers and members of
I armed services. Visitors are
One reporter Antioch Baptist Church extend In their recent annual Frappe !:always welcome.
morning a warm welcome to the ; Sip program, Mrs. Ida Ingra-

of the church Second Anniversary of their ham was crowned Queen of LIBERTY CITY CHURCHOF

their appre- pastor Rev. P. W. Wiggins, I Ushers' Board No. 1. The
Plan following people beginning March 27-April 12. rid M Y I group working with Mrs. In- CHRISTMr.

March Men's Day on Services for the week will graham reported $920.30. T. S. Holmes, reporterRev.

Easter 12, an inspir be conducted by visiting pas- Mrs. Valeria Wilborn's group F. L.Thompsonminister

a.m. of the day tors and their congregations. I reported $617.75 making her

vice at Lockhart Monday, March 27, 8 p.m.: I the next runner up. Congratulations Sunday, March 26th is A.C.
($ rln Taylor. Others Rev. R. C. Solomon and con- I to the members of Day again. That is Air Con-

Glenn' Carton. Fish- gregation of. New Mt. Zion the I Ushers' Board in their- ditioning Day Plan to'supportthis -
workers Jones, Percy Baptist Church of Hial ah. "" financial effort cause and your responsibility -

shutwe"r' to thank Mr. Tuesday, March 28, 8 p.m.: ';;. .,' f Sunday, being Easter, we are to the church. This is
Easter and other Rev. J. W. Macon and Congregation '\:,.. looking forward to a great day also the Youth Day for their

and see our church for of First Baptist Churchof beginning with the Easter Sun program.The .

possible. Bunche Park.Wednesday rise services at 5:30. The Hallandale Church of
ren.We -
Society will March 29,8p.m.Rev. combine choirs of the church Christ will begin a gospel

work, Contest Sun- Samuel,Atchison and con- will sing together throughoutthe meeting April 3, with Bro.
Tickets are now REV. P. W. WIGGINS day. A cordial welcome is W. H. Green doing the preach
of Mt.
gregation Calvary Baptist
Lemmie Mit- Church. rendered by members anc I extended to the public to wor- ing nightly. The church is located -
There will ship with us all day. After the at 403 N.Dixie Highway,
Thursday March 30 8 p.m.: friends of Antioch"BaptlslChurch. t
singing Sun Sunrise services, breakfastwill Hallandale, Fla. Plan to at-
Rev. A. M. and congregation .
at the church at be served by Steward tend.
Rev. J of New Shiloh Baptist Sunday April 2 3 Rev.
the Almighty p.m. Boards, 1, 2, and 3 in the social When you visit the Church of
Sis. Church. W. M. Davis and congregation I
sponsored by hall of the church. Christ, you canexpecttofindagroup
Easter Friday, March 31, 8 p.m.: of First Baptist Church ofBrownsville. '
be No. 1. Mrs. Musical and Literary program The annual Calendar RallyIs of Christians assembledto
manner is presi- still on,members are urgedto worship God through Jesus

building GREATER NEW make a financial contri- Christ, His Son. This worship

... night SALTER'S CHAPELRev. bution to the rally. On Tues- consists of studying the Holy
Group BETHEL BAPTISTOPALOCKA day night the Bartley Circle Scriptures, praying, andsing-
; OF willbe in charge of class ing. On Sundays the worship
urging H. R. Salmon, pastor
LLE Rev. W. K. Smith, pastor Betty Morant, reporter meeting. also includes observing the
Let not forget the sick :
us Lord's
Supper, and contributing -
show, Last week, we attended th t
i City Davis, pastor Holy Week was ushered In service of the First Chape!11Dd shut-ins. of our means.We worship

cial Turnerreporter with our Palm Sunday obser- AME church in Perrine. ThE e as Christ directed the first

pets of vance. "Shall the Lord's service was very well attended century disciples (John 4:24;

A 26, Easter Praises be Taken?" was the by the members and visa. SUNRISE SERVICE IN 2 Timothy 2:151 Timothy 2:8;
held topic chosen by Rev. Smith to Ephesians 5:19 Acts 20:7 1
tended will be tors. The evening service wan>> RICHMOND HEIGHTS ; ;
their starting at portray Jesus' triumphant entry held at our church. Corinthians 16: 1, 2).

sence Male Chorus into Jerusalem nearly This coming Easter, there I i The public is invited to at- *

Angela the song service. 2,000 years ago. will be a program sponsored I tend Easter Sunrise services ZION HOPE

didates March 20th thru Palm Sunday was furtherob- by the Junior church. You are I, at the Richmond Heights Park

i: pastor will be served with the No. 2 Junior invited to attend our program., Sunday at 5:30 a.m. Rev. Paul Freeman, pastor

drawing his fifth anniver- Choir rendering a program at There will also be an easter, This service is sponsored Elizabeth Jackson, reporterThe

nations of his an- 3 p.m. egg hunt at the Crandon Park, the Second Baptist Church,

few ; Easter Sunday at Baptismal services have Easter Monday.We Rev. J. A. Ferguson, pastor, No. 1 Choir anniversarywill
been planned for Easter
> Rev. 0. W. Fos- Sun- wish you all a happy assisted by Glendale Baptist begin Friday night,March
is of Ebenezer Bap- day night. Easter. Church, Rev. Bragg Turner- 24-26. Rev. J. C. Woodard
Let's Hallandale, Fla. scholarship committeehas Let us continue to pray for, pastor andSouthMinster Pres- will preach March 28 for the
bership the anniversary set the first Sunday in our boys in the armed forces,, byterian Church, Rev.H.Kun- No. 1 Ushers' Board.

i Pay hope that all our April as the deadline for accepting and also for the sick and shut-, ce, pastor. Please let us count on you to

your will come applications from gra- ins Let us make these prayers The Joint choirs operating help make these
: our pas- duating seniors of the church this week a little more suffi-, under the direction of Mr. successful ones.

,I with us. for a scholarship.Mrs. cient for the occasion that Is: Jerome Miller will present Don't forget to pray for the
we I Ann B. Thomas is re- the music for the occasion.
go out to the coming up. sick and shut-ins. Come to
and to the porter. Rev. Bragg Turner will deliver church on Sunday and have

may you the sermon. your faith lifted.
in the midst ST. MARY'S W.M.
4 4798 NW 8th Avenue
Rev. Rev. H. V. Stuart
Eddie L 330 NW 213rd Terrace ATTENTION ALL CHURCH CLUB
The There will not be any sale at New Liberty City AND SCHOOL REPORTERSCopy
the church all Saturday. The Rev. A. H. Essix,pastor
sale will With the observing of Palm for in
and resume on April 1, publication news
56th Street and will continue everySatur- Sunday, God blessed us with
with us six more new members Sun- paper must be TYPEWRITTEN and in our
Jackson thereafter
pastor'day' until Men's
versary reporter Day. day. office by 7 P.M. ON MONDAY. This is a
M. E.
ful Easter services are as fol- You are invited to worship public service that we render to you at no
with us Easter Sunday.
be Sunrise ser- lows: Sunrise service 4 a.m. '
; Please with
Easter and hid charge. cooperate us. ,
program egg
If you morning at 5. diving worship 11 a.m.; even-
worship, also be a Sunday ing service 7 p.m. Communion .ing 3 p.m. Easter Sunday. The Editor "
Remember the sick and shut-
which will be
We program served at each ser-
sick and Sunday at 3 p.m. vice. ins In our prayers.

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Now 2 locations to serve you
BAPTISTThe CHURCH l begin at noon. Prayer meeting
6895 NW 14th Avenue vrin precede the regular orderof COOKS BUSBOYS
men of Macedonia First Rev. W. F. Savoy PastorCongratulatins Bethany Seventh-day Adven- 'I service. DISHWASHERS PORTERS ,
Baptist Church of Coconut to the tist church, will present its The Easter theme'will be fea- GAS STATION DRIVERS
Grove extend to you the invita- ushersboard which was dedicated annual Easter Fashion Tea, tured throughout Sunday, beginning HOTEL & HOME MAIDS LIVE IN MAIDS
tion to worship with them in in morning worshiplast Easter Sunday, March 26, 4 with the Sunday School.
their annual Men's Day observance Sunday. Their gifts and p.m. at Bethany Union Aca- The 50-voice Templeites will A-1 Employment Service
2500 NW 50th Street.
on Sunday, March 26. labors for the church are during the morning and
Mrs. R. L. Woodfork direc- sing Over 20 Years S.rvle. in Miami
Attorney Donald Wheeler surely highlights of the year. the young people,under the direction -
Jones will be the morning Highly enjoyable programs of tress of the affair,Is extendinga of Mrs. V. Strachan, 714 NW 62nd Street 758-7663
cordial invitation to all.
speaker and Mr. C. Sullivan worship of the season:"Maun- 'Guests models are Miss Susan Mrs. A. Clark, Mrs. B. Bry- 534 N. Miami Avenue 379.8382
Culver will be the evening dy Thursday, Station of the ant and Miss E.Lord,will pre-
Cole and Mrs. F. Johnson.
speaker. A special program is Cross and Candle-light Com- sent their Easter play at 5 I .
Admission is free.
being planned for the young munion, by the deacons and p.m. The singing groups of the '
men during the BTU hour the adult choir;Good Friday YOUTH WEEK OF PRAYER church will present program 'j
which begins at 5 p.m.It service at 12 noon; Easter Bethany's Youth will be enjoying of Easter anthems, songs and I COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE TV SERVICE

will be worthwhile to hear Sunrise service at 5 a.m.;Regular a week of precious hymns at 7. The service will STEREO RADIO TAPE RECORDER
these two great men speak and Easter Service at 11 blessing during their week of close with a candlelight pro-
"Come over to Macedonia sum. and Sunday school Easter prayer. Elder Ralph Frank- cession. Plan to spend the day I
help us." Program at 7:30p.m.Remem- lyn, from Orlando, is the at Temple. 1 VET TV
Mr. Twyman Bentley, is general ber the Easter Egg Hunt and speaker for the w e e k of prayer Mrs. Matilda Mackey, who
chairman and Rev. recreation on Monday. which will climax Satur- was attacked by a stroke Sun- TED FORMERLY OF JET IS NOW VET "
J.A.F. Finalyson is pastor. Remember: You are alwaysat day, March 25. day is In a local hospital. We I
Grace. R. L. Woodfork Is pastor and pray for her speedy recovery. 379-7735
Mrs. Fred Johnson is reporter. -



The Chancel Choir of Mt. Fr. E. S. Clarke, Jr. vicar Robins
Zion Baptist Church, corner R. J. McGhaney"And 1600 NW 54th Street"I

NW 3rd Ave. and 9th St., the EASTER AT THETRANSFIGURATION am the Lord; that Is my
Rev. Edward T. Graham, minister Jesus said unto her, name: and my glory will I not j Uniform
will present DuBois' Low Mass with Meditationand I am the resurrection, and give to another, neither my
the life. And I, If I be liftedup Centers
"The Seven Last Words" on
6 Church praise to graven images.
Hymns a.m.,
Easter Sunday March 26 at from the earth, will draw Isaiah
school and Confirmation Instructions This passage from is the
all men unto me. John 11:25, Church Uniforms
11 a.m. for Children, 9:30 Golden Text for this week's w
The soloists are: Henrietta a.m., Solemn Sung MassSer- 12:32. Lesson-Sermon titled "Mat- Choir Robes
Jones, soprano; Barbara mon and Procession, 10:45 An Easter prayer: "0 God, ter" to be read in all Chris- I .
Demps, soprano; Arthur King, a.m.; The Church School will who for our redemption didst tian Science churches on Sun- j- Church Furniture
baritone Albert Jones tenor give thine only begotten Son to
; ; have its Easter Egg Hunt and day.
Lewis Jackson, tenor; Leo Party on the church's groundson his the glorious death of resurrection the cross and hast by Can we depend on the Bible Altar Sets Sunday School Furnishings
Jenkins, baritone. Easter Monday from 4 to 6 promises of two thousand
Berthenia S. White is organist p.m. delivered us from the power of years ago for personal safety 5 STORES TO SERVE YOU

Marsha M. Campbell, our enemy: Grant us so to die today? For a fresh look at 16 W. Flagler St.. 5900 Suns.,t Drjve
pianist; Linton Berrien, director daily from sin that we may this possibility listen Sunday'to .
ST. ANNE'S. Lauderhill Shopping Center Ft. Lau ,
evermore live with him in
and the Rev. EdwardT.
"Where Do you Look for
Graham, narrator. 2481 NW 65th Street the Joy of his resurrection; Safety?" over Station WVCGat 1735 NW 10th Ave. Dadeland Shopping Center
Canon 0. Barr, PastorThe and show it in our everyday 7:45 a.m. and WMBM at I
lives, in the name,and through 4:30 p.m. SEE OUR COMPLETE DISPLAYOF
the power of the Christ, we CHURCH FURNITURE AT
ST. JOHN AME members of the church
would like to thank all of the pray, and so it is Amen. 5900 SUNSET DRIVE

Rev. W. A. Curry, pastorThe persons who helped to make Three beautiful Easter set- South Miami
their recent raffle a success. tings and three backgroundsfor CALL OUR REPRESENTATIVE
District Conference wishto The roundtrip ticket to Nas- NEW fast service on your Easter -,
thank everyone for making sau was won by Mr. Jonathan BETHANY pictures at Deal's Studio,
their meeting a success witha Rolle. The winning ticket was 307 NW 2nd Ave. Unlimited 6668501SAMPSON'S
268 NW 48th Street
warm welcome. On Easter No. 121. Proceeds from this parking space.
Rev. F. L. Carter, castor _
Sunday, ,Presiding ,Elder, .effort goes towards our build Our pastor,who is moderator u
F. A. Allen will be in
chargeof ing fund. wishes to thank all members,
morning service. Invitations are extended to and
visiting friends for parti-
The pastor is asking the con- those who wish to worship with cipating in the Installation MARKET
gregation to him at 11 Easter Sun
accompany us a.m. on service of the Gulf Coast
to Mt. Nebo Baptist Church day and every Sunday. Our Association, at the church on
for Easter Sunrise service at doors are always opened.
4:30 a.m.Remember. Sunday night.Everyone is. cordially invited '7466 NW 62 ST.
the sick and shut-
to come to our Easter program

ins Sis.when Catherine we pray.Willis is reporter (GLENDALERichmond Heights) at on 3 Sunday p.m. evening, March 26 fREE DELIVERY/ 696-57??

Rev. B. L. Turner, pastor Remember to pray for the
Mrs. R. Harrington, reporter sick and shut-ins and for our

CHURCH OF CHRIST sons in Vietnam. :"' : .
THE KING When person accepts Christ( Milllcent Hicks is reporter. EASTER SPECIALS
as Saviour, he is called a disciple -
; but that does not mean he
(African Orthodox) will measure up to what that
Fr. Stafford Sweeting, Priest term implies. ST. MARK BAPTIST SMOKED "
A church must seek to edu-

This congregation meeting cate its members for Christian Rev. C.W. Wade, Pastor PICNIC HAM LB. 35C
at North Carol City Elemen- discipleship. Discipleship is

tary School, 19010 NW 37th not the same as church mem- The Willing Workers Club of
Avenue in the cafetorium. bership, but it is not easy to .St. Mark Baptist Church,1714
Wednesday mid-week services differentiate between them. NW 5th Court, observed their Ls
are held at St. Peter's They are continuous aspectsof 11th anniversary on Sunday, OLEO PATTIES 1/2 9C
Cathedral, 1725 NW 3rd Ct., the new life in Christ. March 19. Rev.Wright,pastorof
at 7:30. All the faithful are Sunrise services will be held Allen's Chapel, deliveredthe
invited to attend these uplift- at the Richmond Heights Re- anniversary sermon. A GRADE A
ing services. All the clergy of creation Park near Frank C. wonderful time was witnessedby
the Southern Jurisdiction are Martin Elementary School. all in attendance.The Will- EGGS 3 *. $1.00

asked to take part. Glendale and Second Baptist ing workers raised 51,180.00.
churches will worship toge- After church services there
Services for Easter Sunday ther with joint choirs singing. was a "Feast in the Wilder- FRESH
will begin at 11 a.m. We ask Pastor Turner will bring the ness."

that all be present and on time. message for this service. Sister Janie Madison is pre- COLLARD GREENS *".25{
All the faithful encouraged Our W.M.U. will have its sident. .:
to receive communion at this monthly meeting at 3 p.m.
service. The theme is "Laborers To-
gether with God." Mrs. B. L. CALVARY
Good Friday service will beheld Turner will bring the lesson
at St. Peter's Cathedral, for this program.Let Rev. Samuel Atchison, pastor WE HAVE EASTER COLORING
1725 NW 3rd Ct. Wednesday, us remember to pray for Cynthia M. Johnson, reporterThe
mid-week services are also
those who are experiencingsorrow
held at the cathedral at 7:30 at this time. If we are youth of the church are
p.m. All are invited to attend true disciples of Christ we sponsoring a MothersDaughter WEEK'SBUTTER
this uplifting service. tea. The tea will be givenon THIS
must become exclusively attached '"
March 26 from 4 to 6 p.m.
to him. Everyone is
AU the faithful are asked to welcome to attend at the church. Everyone is
our ser-
fast.."until the morning of Eas- vices at any time. invited to come and enjoy BALL SPECIALS
ter Sunday." All members of themselves.The .
Christ The King are asked to members of the church
take note that Holy Saturday extend a cordial welcome to
night vigil service will be held MT. TABORRev. everyone to come and worship J rv 07
at St.Peter's Miami"Christ with us at anytime. Everyoneis 14 ITEMS 9

is truly risen," "Thanks be to PurdyS.Brown,ministerThe welcome to our church.Our
God." doors are always open.
program committee of fL
the Sunday School and BTU departments }J
Special Easter
The congregation will meet at prices. Special -
North Carol City Elementary cordially, invite you Easter settings. Special
to attend their annual Easter
Easter color pictures. Deal's.
school, 19010 NW 37th Ave in
the cafetorium. The public Is program Sunday, March 26th Studio, 307 NW 2nd;Avenue. -
cordially invited to attend. at 4:30 p.m. Unlimited parking space _

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Baltimore Orioles f rf4 i; 'trI
are rounding form. Although they
lost two straight games to the Dodgers and one to the Mets, PAR AND BIRDIE HOST ;, HERE'
this last weekend, It does not count.Yet everyone likes to win.
Hank Bauer has so much talent to draw from, that he has to
give them all a chance to show their ability, and this is not an, The United Golfers Association, which will hold its annual
tournament In Miami in
August will hold its 41st Mid-Winter
easy Job. They have 51 players on the roster, only half of them
can make the big time. He has to look them over thoroughly.But Conference here this coming weekend; headquartering at the
when that bells rings that's what counts,the power hitters Biscayne Terrace HoteL "
are murdering the ball, pitchers ue having trouble finding me.. Planning for future tournaments and general association
plate Steve Barver, Dave McNally, Wallace Bunker and Tom business will head the agenda; but the highlight of the con
Phoebus; n are showing their old form of consistency. A rookie t SAN DIEGO CHARGERS SIGN MAIMI TACKLE ference will be the Dinner-Dance In the beautiful StarUghL,
who I praised so much when he was with the Miami Marlins Room of the Biscayne Terrace, Saturday night at 8:30 p.m;
Paul Gilliford, had a record of 16-3 5 straight shut-outs 9 1 The San Diego Chargers of the American Football President Ernest Hayes of the Par and Birdie Club of Miami
all told, one no hitter and an earned run average of 1.27. Some, : League, signed Larry Little of Miami to a sizeable con which is hosting the local activities of the UGA this year is
record, Paul Is keeping up the good work from where he left tract and presented him with a bonus. Little, o265- well pleased with the cooperation of members and associates
off last year. Orioles schedule this week Is Friday and Saturday pound tackle was the captain of the 1966 Bethune-Cook- extended so far; and is most confident that the efforts of the

March 24 and ,25th at 8 p.m. They play the hard[l man College Wildcats football team'and an outstanding most club to bring a national event such as this to Miami will be

hitting Pittsburgh Pirates. Monday. March 27th, Washing lineman, for three years. He is a graduate of Booker T. prolific.MUHAMMAD.
ton Senators, Thursday, March 30th the Boston Red Sox., Washington High School, Miami. He is shown during
For reservations, Call 935-5395, Senior citizens 50$. AU PREDICTS LONG BOUT WITH ,FOLLEY
contract signing ceremonies with Bud Asher, San Diego

RAY RANDLE LEADS $20,000 MEDLEYRay Chargers representative. Muhammed AU, who coupled with his stic ability,the art of
predicting the out-come of his fights and parlayed both in a
Randle off to first-round lead in
romped a Flagler's fabulous carrer; predicted the fight with Zora Folley would go
$20,000 Kennel Medley Championship Stake as expected. But the limit.

there are Indications that he may find rough sledding in the 13 He says this was the only way the TV presentation, which
rounds ahead from the likes of defending champion F. B. (Happy was most welcomed back into the living rooms, would get the
) Stutz, Ken Hatchings and Paul Sutherland. full benefits of the commercials which they paid so dearly.
Hutch was originally considered to be Randle's No. 1 chal-
Muhammed All, who Is not renown as a fighter with a knock-
lenger. But after the first round action, this role may belongto
out punch; oddly enough stands second only to Marciano ins'I<
Happy Stutz. KO percentages in the heavyweight ranks.
Randle figured to be the one to beat right from the start.
His lineup at the three medley distances Includes the track Marciano
who retired after 49 bouts unbeaten had
an ac-
record holder Old Kim at 5/16ths Copier at 3/8ths"and
cumlated 43
victims by KO for .878; Muhammed AIL,who hasa
Idle in the Marathon.
Age The first Negro to play Cleopatra case In the South. 28-0 win-loss record has won 22 via the knock-out route for
They gave him two wins and a second In the first round is Diana Sands. She will Miss Sands has performed on a .785 per cent, Joe Louis wtth 54 KO's In 71,bouts had a .761
and that was good enough for a three-polotedge over Stutzon do the role in the Theater AtBroadway.. She got the role beginning and Jack Dempsey's average was.613 with 49 knockouts in 80
the Medley Scoreboard going into the second round this of with bouts.
l ant a production George Tuesday' night's .f'
Saturday night. Bernard Shaw's "Caesar and performance replacement Muhammed facetiously said he did not expect to knock out
Cleopatra." Ronald Rush, for Katheryn Loder who had to Folley, because he does not have a knock-out punch.
$100,000 GULFSTREAM'PARK HANDICAP SAT white, will be her leading man. withdraw because of a broken
' This would be the first time hand last week. EXCELSIOR LEAGUE 26th WEEK STANDOUTSThe
The of the is scheduled at
handicap race year Saturday the leading man and woman The one and only minor love Five Summersetts have
sky-rocketed to the top of the
Gulfstream Park with the running of the $100,000 added
Gulfstream Park Handicap. Also on the week's card is the would be Negro and white in scene in the production comes league and poses as a big challenge to be removed; but there
Fountain of Youth Stakes Wednesday that will attract severalof the history of Atlanta, in the final scene when Cae- are several weeks of staunch bowling left in the season and
the top Florida Derby prospects. a spokesman said. He said it sar kisses Cleopatra on the the race will get tougher and positions will become harder to
was "most likely" the first forehead. maintain.
Seldom has a track offered a handicap with all the glamour

Ptjthis year's Gulfstream Handicap It will be the first time _. - -, .' ,
since 1958 that a Santa Anita Handicap winner will meet a TEAM WON LOST PINS
Widener winner. Llangollen Farm's Pretense Is the invader
from the West Coast and Ring Twice,owned by George D. Widener The Five Summersetts 70 34 6696:4
Is scheduled to be a supplementary for the Gulfstream. S 'rtI ZSirv. Hagan & Fonda No. 1 68 36 69308
Pretense, the California handicap king, is due here Tuesday. Bowlers Pro Shop 61 43 68674
While these two hold the top spots in the handicap division Yale Organ Cobras 56 48 64817
; at the moment, the remainder of the field promises the keen- Tuckers Famous Foods 56 48 63192
est sort of competition. It Includes R. N. Webster's Ambe- Metropolitan Cleaners 56 48 62926
: roid, the 1966 Belmont Stakes champion; M. G. Phipps Fran- Dug e's Paradise Cloverleaf SportShop 5334 5)1h( 65270

: cis U., an upset winner DonnHandicap; Bokum & Scott's Metzer Pro Shop ,,. 51 53, 64453
I' Quinta successful in the $100,000 John B. Campbell Handicap 2966 NW 47th The Olympics :/ 47156th 63859
,, and beaten narrowly in the Donn. St. 633-9396 Hagan & Fonda No. 2 47 .57 64165

P. L. Benshoof's' Tequillo, winner of the Bougainvillea; W. AND Bowe's Barber Shop aNew 1,47 t.a 57+ 61006
! G. Hells, Jr.'s Sky Guy, second in the Donn; Meadowbrook Frontier ;' \46t S8 65788
Farm's Tic Viejo, winner of last year's Camden Handicap, Guest Thompson Texaco :d;' 461.58! : 63496
and Mildred Kerr's Stanislas second in the Widener, are Dugies House 9 to 9 TV Drive In 4S' 59 60730
others slated for the Gulfstream. Packer Pontiac 49 55 63250
2941 NW 47th St. 634-3851 LEO'S SPORT
Ebony Nail Need a distance.
There better earth than the
Sweet Intent Rounding to form. rooms on ,
Hich Bluff Have a little word on this horse. rooms you will find at DUGIE'S PARADISE. High Individual Single Game: James R. Coins, 269; Archie
Second Breakfast Been scratched couple of times. Brown, 268; S. Ferguson and Roy L. Moses, 267.
The Cheat Don't let him do this to you. Likes distance. Seeing is believing. The accommodations
Mrs. Jay See you at the winner's circle you'll receive, you will find only in thi s High Individual Three Game: James R. Coins, 687; Willie
Our Black Jack It won't be a card game. brother. L. Wright, 683; Dennis Peak, 677.

HEAVYWEIGHT ACTION AT BEACH TUESDAYFour Jamaica Friend. Top Six Averages: James Thomas, 188; Willie Robinson,
Dugie Always
a 183; Tommy Jackson, 183; Eddie Way, 181;Dennis Peak, 180;:
outstanding heavyweight boxers will see action this Dave Boone, 180.
coming Tuesday night, March 28 at the Miami Beach Audi-
torium in a Double-Windup which ranks as the most outstand-
ing boxing presentation seen at the Miami Beach Auditorium.The .I.
first main event will feature Houston Texas heavyweightJeff
"Cowboy" Davis against Miamian Willie Johnson.Davis, 1
a lanky 6-4,ZOO-pounder has fought at the Auditorium before-- I I
and always to capacity crowds. He was last seen here In t
August when he fought Miami's heavyweight king Big Al Jones.
The co/billed second windup brings back Miami's heavy-
weight king, Big Al Jones in a 10-rounder with Levi Forte.
'! Jones will be making his first start since suffering a hernia
I ,operation last Sept. The 6-6,'225-pound Goulds, Fla."Giant"
had won 11 straight, nine by knockouts before being sidelined.In .
training for the last six weeks, Jones will attempt to hand
Forte another defeat, their first meeting which occured last

summer. Forte comes off an impressive showing with a TKO ..
over the undefeated Mose Harrell last month. "" ": ,. ; I "f ": '
\ ".

color film of the 1966 World Series Is now available at
The National Brewing Co. in Miami. The 38-miuute movie > : "
may be borrowed at no charge by any group or organization "
for showing at meetings and gatherings. A
Phone Ares Code 309
Narrated by Chuck Thompson the radio and television voiceof 887-7407

the World Champion Baltimore Orioles, the movie can be .. IJ '. ,OPHY
obtained by writing to Harry Hofford at The National Brew- CI, > GRLD
Ing Co., 637 NW 13th Street or by telephoning 3773651.Mr. I }
Hofford advised that reservations be made at least 30 6400 N.W.77th Avi".P.0, BOX 18
days In advance to Insure that the World'Series film will be Tamiami. Station.,, la.33144Spearing


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18 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 24, 1967
--- 1. Carver YMCA Activities $100 Down $77 Month

'atr 1800 NW 83rd Street

THANKS.... Open Sunday 1 tll 4
GO-CART RACE AT Lovely 3 bedroom CBS on
CARVER YMCA The Carver Branch YMCA large corner. Hurry, this
wishes to thank AttorneyHenry wlli sell fast.
Carver Branch YMCA Mr.CarlJen-
pro- Arringtonand e e M A
gram director, Mr. Raymon nings of the Urban League for 4 Bedrooms 2 Baths
4qb Thornton, announces that donating tickets enabling some 142 NW 39th Street
t : there will be a Go-Cart Race 23 children of the Y to attend Small Down Payment, No
I ( followed by an Easter Egg hunt the Mahi Shrine Circus on last qualifying.
on Saturday, March 25 at the Saturday at the Orange Bowl A
Carver Branch YMCA, 5770 stadium. Thechildren were $100 Down, $65 month.
NW 15th Ave. Program to begin under the supervision of Mr. 2147 NW 50th-Str..t
1 p.m. Registered paying Allan Blondell, Miss Shirley No qualifying. Move In
6 6Y members and non-registered Body, Mr. Walter Mitchell of a f A
members are invited to come the Carver staff volunteer 1760 NW 46th Street
out andparticipate. The neigh- worker Miss Helena Duhart. $7,500 total. Nicely 'urn.
borhood children are also invited The children enjoyed the cir- * *
to Join in the fun.Awards cus acts and climaxed the eve- ALLAPATTAH REALTY
will be given for first, second ning of events with the various 633-0426
and third prizes in the GoCartrace. circus rides.


lif.e's Be t BUIi

Some of the beautiful flowers sent by friends and well-wishers of The Miami .
approach to treatment
Times during Sis open house and dedication last Sunday evening are pictured in the new and medication based -
I eo.n'erence.room. ; of the new office building./ A large crowd was on hand to view the on specialized! blood SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
modern facilities at 6530 NW 15th Avenue. ttsts.Al.
and laboratory
Beautiful corner duplexes, 3001 NW 9th Ave. and
so general practice.DR. 2000 NW 94th St. Both have tile roof, |jalousie
windows, large kitchens and appliance. Owners
Labor Dept. To Study H. HAAG will paint In and out, make like new. FHA price
PL 1-1234 $16,000, $600 down, $98.78 month.
Discouraged Working MalWASHINGIVN
g ,
The Labor 2477 NW 101 St. 2 bedroom CBS, garage, tile
Department plans a special roof, large fenced yard, awnings, freshly painted
study this year of the "dis- inside and out. A bargain at $10,000 with $300
couraged" and the other men FOR SALE down and $62.22 month. Vacant, we have key. '.
not in the labor force. The
discouraged are those who 8 ROOM HOUSE. $1,000 DOWN, 4 BED-

n do not seek work because they ROOM, 2 BATH, FLA ROOM, GARAGE, SELLER PAYS ALL COSTS

believe The studY their will chancesarepoor.measure the SCREENED IN PATIO, SPRINKLING SYS- Lovely 3 bedroom, CBS, Fla room, (can be used

numbers in poor health, those TEM, CIRCULAR DRIVE, TILE ROOF, for 4th bedroom) enclosed front porch, carport,
who need help in finding work, tile roof, 2 reverse cycle air conditioners, wall
and those ignorant of job place- FENCED IN YARD, FHA APPRAISED. to wall carpeting, laundry room, extra deep lot.
ment and training facilities. $20,000 TOTAL FHA price $15,000, $450 down and $93.33 month..


Francisco T. Newman, son VISIT 693-1110 160 NW 68 St 2 bedroom CBS, carport, awnings
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. tile roof' wall wall .
HUNT'S BARBER SHOP 'FOR SALE e1e1 appliances, to carpet.ing
Newman, 1015 Shattuck Ave., I ( 'fenced yard, fruit trees, very neat, clean.
Berkeley, Calif.; is assigned FOR YOUR LOVING WIFE
$10,800$350 down$67.03mont: ,FHAI
jto Peace Corps duty in Bots- 5924 NW 17th AvenueE. NEAR 88 STREET ,N. W. 15 AVENUE Bargain at ,

wana, Africa. Francisco, 21, D. Hunt, Proprietor $400 down FHA, $89 per mo. pays all. Lovely
is a graduate of Stanford Uni- CBS with oak floors and tile 'roof.' $12,300 total. NO RED TAPE MOVE RIGHT IN
versity where he majored in $12,300 total. '
Modern 3 bedroom CBS, carport, awnings, jalousie
political science. He was born 3 Barbers to Serve You
lot (for '
in San Francisco and whenhis Large family Bar-B-Q and growing chili- windows, sprinkler system. $1,000 down
Closed .
family moved to Berkeley, he WednesdaysA ren. Near 54th St. HW.4th Ave. $400 down, $75 and take over FHA mortgage of $10,790 at 514' % in*
attended Berkeley High. monthly. 3rd bedroom -and 2nd bath in CBS rear terest. $82.67 month pays everything. Move inl
Francisco is the oldest son of cottage. No doting costs. $12,000 total.
the Newmans and the grandsonof ASSOCIATES REALTY CORP.
the late Mrs.Irene Newmanof 685-1531 NO RED TAPE MOVE RIGHT IN
Miami.He bas two brothers, TERRIFIC DEAL North Miami Beach 1530 NE 151st Terrace.
Loenard and Marvin, and two Liquor Bar and 50 room a Dade's only Real-Estate (Komputer wmofammm Like new, large 4 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS beauty,
sisters, Francina and Anita. hotel. Doing good busi. tile roof, awning windows, built-in kitchen, ap
Mr. Newman, a former Mia- ness. Can be had with pliances. Price $15,500, $1,000 down and $110
mian, is the brother of Mrs. out Investment by buy. Buy A Hom TodayOPEN month ,pays all. Vacant, we have key-Move Inl
Hazel C. Sanders of Opa-
ing property with small
locka. He is a postal clerk at
the Berkeley Post Office and payment. Returning NO RED TAPE MOVE RIGHT IN
(,- has been in this over$15,000.Yearly 3051 NW 69th Terr 3 bedroom CBS
employed position rental presently. ((1)) Beautiful- corner 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS' in Opa-
since 1949. Mrs. New-
$300 down. locka. Tile roof', modern built-in kitchen, Fla.
man, his wife, ix an account- 319-6834
ing technician for the U.S. 9 til l room, circular drive, large 'fenced yard, wall to
Army. 4 ((2)) 2101 NW 93rd St 2 bedroom home. $71 wall carpeting, jalousied windows. Price $13,800with

month. $1,000 down and $102 month pays all..

*********** ***** ****
.((3)) 2020 NW 85th St No qualifying. $300 SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS

SENATOR SHEVIN down. Lovely corner, 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS in Opo-

locka. Tile roof', jalousie windows, awnings,
WHO IS RUNNING AGAINST ((4)) 2025 NW 91 St Duplex. $450 down. Fla room, terrazzo floors, large fenced yard.

Near shopping, school, etc Bargain at $13,000

REPUBLICAN ED CLAUGHTON ((5)) 2375 NW 155th St., Opa-locka $200 FHA wl'tn 40if down and $80.82 month.Spotless.
down, 2 bedroom CBS home, no down



Ministerial Dade Layman's Voters League ; 4112 NW 11th Ct. $17.00'Week Like new 3 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS on NW 32nd
Democratic Association
St. in Allapattahoeo. A better home with built.In .
Miami TilltlCommluloner 4023 NW 20th Ct. $18.00 Week kitchen, expensive carpeting and drapes, like
Range ; z new appliances including dishwasher, beautiful
((6)) 3098 NW 56th St Corner. house. $3500 bathrooms, etc. Fenced yard with swimming pool. ,
cash total price. Price $18,000 with $800 down and $110.33 month.


((7)) 1324 NW 58 Terr Large house. $500 WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES- _


((8)) 1121 NW 47 St Duplex. $7000 total DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFYWE



$100 DOWN \


3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635-4595
i eyS Per Evan n o0rte.
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THE MI AMI TIMES, Friday, March 24, 1967 19

1'", C1} ,\'[":"A" 5 5 I I' ""'' '7 ,.: { FOR RENT BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Daily CHILDCARE childcare in home.

F E D' A' 'D"1'S" :"t 7003 NW CBS 6th Ave. Two bed- Business that can be put into Pleasant environment my

room duplex. $26 weekly. operation healthily, (1) Beau- ,

15 WORDS OR LESS 150. 5C FOR ADDITIONAL WORD. Liberty Rental Agency. Call ty or Barber shop, (2) Gro-
633-7809. cery or used appliance store. 4104.NAACP
1 1611 NW 40th Street. Small

FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR RENT bedroom duplex. $18 weekly. Wanted Master Barber. 6540
Liberty Rental Agency, Call NW 15th Avenue. Join
New house with 4 BEDROOMSFHA
acre ground. Nice clean room in quiet home. 633-7809.
CBS with hardwood floors,140 terms total price$11,700 Call 7-1907.March 24))
NW 158th St., Biscayne Gar- only $400 down. This home is
1139 NW 7th Ct. 1 bedroom
dens. $20,000 total in immaculate condition full Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE
$5,000 Can be 2 bedroom apt., partly CBS apt. Free electric, $14
down. (March dining room, large Fla room
31) furn. $16 week. 653 NW 27th weekly.Liberty RentalAgency.Call .
carpets, fire place, this is for St. 373-7973.TF( ) 633-7809. "MR. JACK"
1545 NE 152nd Terrace. a large family, looking for a FOR ,
Savings and Loans foreclosurein very large home.A.Ben-Kori, Nice :2 bed. CBS .(*. 22. 3321 NW 51st St. 3 bedroom STYLES FOR ALL AGES
Washington Park. 3 bed- Realtor, call anytime 751- CBS 1 bed. Apt $17.50. Th. Very LaUtt in M..'. F *Kon! .

room, excellent condition,like 2243. Good, :2 bed. rear house. $20 frame Rental house. $25 weekly.Call 633-Liberty SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS

new, near shopping, schools, Downtown location-CBS, l 7809. Agency, ITALIAN SHOE
moderately low LOVELY CORNER bed. apt. $14.
park, ,
down payment,conventional or FHA terms total price$12,500 Effcy Apt., furnished $13. 944 NW 2nd Ave. Miami, Florida
FHA. Financing available. only $400 down, veterans only Very large house, $25. 1 bedroom duplex apt. and .....1
Small, :2 bed. duplex. $20. house 8383 NW 15th Ave.
Small monthly payments.Open $100 down, hardwood floors, 2
CBS, large 1 bed. apt. $17.50.
$21.50 6837 NW 6th
Sunday afternoon 1 to 4. Call bedroom, 1 bath, 4755 NW 5th weekly,
Come into
!5325566.NO. Ave. Drive by then call me.A. Liberty our office Ave., $18 weekly. 1761 NW
Rental: Agency, 2020 SEWING
43rd St., $20 weekly. 7950 NW MACHINE
Ben-Kori, Realtor, 612 NW60St. NW 62nd St. Call 633-7809.
13th Ct. $20 weekly. Dixie
Cally anytime, 751-2242. t
Rental Agency, Inc. 633-2429.
bedroom air
1 furnished
three bedroom,two bath, conditioned 'In Your Home
LARGE CBS adults only. 1237 NW & Oiled
tile carport roof, Fla room,oak floors, 845 NW 83rd Terr.FHA terms 77th Terr. Reference needed. FOR SALE OR RENT *Adjust Tensions I
large $14,900full
$15,000<), only $450 down,large $25 per week. Equipped beauty saon, priced Total
price. $1000 down. Free Needle Belt Cost
Being &
2 bedroom, CBS with large Fla below reasonable. Terrific location 1150
sold for less than FHA <
luation. va- room, drive by then call A. Unfurn. 2 bedroom. 1775 NW excellent clientel. Check all Wiring All Makes

(Broker) 7598600.NO Biscayne. Realty, Ben-Kori, Realtor, 612 NW60St. 84th St. $25 per week. $100 Phone 634-Q733 after 7:30 pm. 1 Year Guarantee & Models
Call and weekends.
anytime 751-2243. security deposit required.

$350 down, total $10,500 FHA. HELP WANTED
1240 NW 31st St. Total price Nice small house for 1 or 2
$72 month all. Nice
CBS per pays only $10,500 only $350 down, people. .$20 per week. NE 5- McWILLIAMS COIFFEURS
on two lots
fully fenced.
Everything in Beauty. Phone-
and $78 month all. This 5566.
Biscayne Realty, Inc. (Broker is nice and all 3719482. Address: 166 NW -
) 7598600.NO newly painted, 10th St., Miami, Fla. Master
tile roof, nice yard. A must Room. 4761-1/2 NW 22nd Ave. cosmetologists. Daniel Mc-, HEAR YE! HEAR YE!

QUALIFYINGCBS see. So drive by, then call A. 759-9563, or 633-2400. Williams, prop. and CatherineBell
Ben-Kori, Realtor, 612 NW 60 cosmetologist. (M 31) IT'S HERE, "
immaculate on large lot .., ,
St. Cally anytime 751-2243. 1 bedroom apt Adults only. '"
with carport. $1000 down Needs beautician with fol-
pay- a
Phone_681-7001. Furnished.,
ment or full price of $11,500with lowing who desires beautiful Kiddies
WE HAVE THEM Day Nursery
$90 month location. 4310 NW 7th Ave.
per pays all. f>;
3 bedroom, 2 bath homes,Ren- 1 bedroom apt unfurn. except -
757-9254 after
or 691-2747 5
Biscayne Realty,Inc.(Broker)
759-8600. tal property,commercial pro tor stove and ref rig.diildo.k. P.m.

perty, we have what you need, $65 monthly.Vicinity 41st

NO CLOSING COSTS so call on us to serve,call any- Street and 23rd Avenue NW. Collector wanted. Good pay 6701 NW 23rd 'CourtWe
time.A.Ben-KoriRealtor,612 691-4668. and Commission. Call 754-
$350 down, total CBS at 5401. Mr. Harris. Must have
60th St. Call anytime7512243. -
here help Infants kept doilyWon't
FHA. are to you.
$10,500 $75 month
per .
own car.Experienced
Room in private home, 1881
all. Home stop in and inspect the surroundings
pays is on nice* NW 61st Street PL 8-4164. you
large lot near Northside of your child, as it Is important to you.
9025 NW 10th Ave,huge bed- woman for Dry

(shopping.Broker) 7598600.CBS Biscayne., Realty rooms,CBS,tile roof,attached Cute 2 bedroom unfurn. $15 Cleaners Agency. Counter and Licensed I by Dade. County and State Welfare

garage,air cond.,central heat, week. House. 3115 NW 65th alteration, two days per week. Department.

drapes, carpeting, FHA total St. Call 373-7973 or. Bonded, Don's Cleaners. 9103 NW 17th ': .. "'1" I
( units,small down pay- $16OQO.00. No closing costs, 635-3446. Ave.
ments. You can live rent free $600.00 down. $125.00 pays I Immediate services available. ,.

and own property. 653 NW everything. This corner will 1 bedroom furnished effcy.all Truck driver needed. Must PHONE DAILY FROM: 7:30 to 6 P.M.691.2019

27th St. 3737973.NO go fast. Call Aetna Realty electric kitchen. Apply 1391 have chauffeur's license and NITE PHONES: 621.3139 or 633.6808
(Broker) 811 NW 54th St.,757- NW 45th St. The apt. is locat- must know town. All around
QUALIFYING 5724. ed at 4511 NW 14th Ave. work. 691-6073. Mrs Minnie Cooper, Owner

$500 down, $10,500 full
Terms to suit you. Stucco 4 bedroom, 2 bath, FHA 2 bedroom duplex with carport -

house with sharp brick trim. $13,000.00.Gorgeous CBS, Stove and refrigerator. Notice To
On large lot. Garage. Bis- patio,fenced in rear yardJruit $25 weekly. 1490 NW 59th St.

cayne Realty, Inc. (Broker), trees, sprinklersystem, Dixie Rental Agency,633-2429. BahamiansLiving
7598600. $400.00 down, $80.82 monthly,
no closing costs,call right now 2 bedroom duplex. Stove and EDISON Specials

..2 bedroom CBS home, turn., be first! Aetna RealtyBroker) refrig. $25 weekly. 1488 NW in the

carport, large utility room, 811 NW 54th St. Phone: 757- 59th St. Dixie Rental Agency

excellent condition, no closing 5724. Inc. 633-2429. Florida Area

no qualifying, total price Nice room convenient loca-
$10,500, $500 down. 2355 NW Furniture. 2 bedroom suits, tion. Nice stttle lady prefer- Perhaps you own some MR. ED, MRS. DORIS41
79th Ter. 681-9871.AprU 7) dining room, living room and red. 7510294. :houses or apartments on rent,
Fla room sets all for$300.424 how often is it that you find MRS. MATTIE

Free rent plus Income. Invest SW 23rd Avenue. 2 bedroom houses. 929 NW 'that attending to your propertyis
in a new duplex. In fine 49th St. $30 weekly. 2276 NW time consuming and inter-
2240 NW 153rd Street
locations. The price is right! 3 bedroom, CBS, large lot. 92nd St., $25 weekly. 2253 NW :ferring with your full time job. WISH YOU ALLA
not the in
Why place problem
235-2958. 41st St.
(TF) $30 weekly. 1445 NW
Painted and ready. Move rightin.
'our hands. We will collect
Low down payment. $65.00 45th tal St.$30 weekly.Inc. Dixie Ren- rents, see that necessary repairs VERY, VERY HAPPY
Agency, 633-2429.
3 bedroom, 1 bath CBS, tile per month. No qualifying.Call are carried out,find you

roof, wall to wall carpet, fen- right now. Martin M. Berney, 'suitable tenants and give notice &

ced yard, on NW 38th St.,near Broker, 624-6983. FICTITIOUS NOTICE to unsuitable ones. Let us

12th Ave, close to school,bus, Notice of Intention to Register manage your estate whether it
Low down payment, needs re- is one wodden cottage or a
shopping, FHA $12,000, $400 Trade Name. ;
of and 2
down, $74 month. Veterans or pairs. Plenty rooms NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN large apartment block. DRIVE BY THE FOLLOWING IF YOU HAVE

displaced persons $100 down. bath.mo. Fix No qualifying.it yourself$65.00 and save.per that the undersigned,engagingin We will also attend to all TIME AFTER CHURCH SUNDAY, THEN CALLUS
matters of insurance connected -
Atlantic & Pacific Realtors business under the
666-0411. Call broker right now. MartinM. of Janftor1alServlce with the building and attendto ON MONDAY. .?
Berney, 624-6983. 1043 NW 76th St., Miami, the gas, electricity and water 1240 NW 86 STREET w.4 i

Fla., Intends to register the bills, etc., if necessary. 3 bedroom, CBS, No quolifying Fenced yard. ...-. .

Sacrifice $1500 below market 4 duplexes.Take yourpick.Ex- said name with the clerk of If you decide to sell any of Take $1500 down. ) :.; "

value, 3 large bedroom,!bath cellent locations. No qualify the Circuit Court of Dade your property whether ahouseor

large Fla room, large living ing. Reasonable down payments 'County, Fla. and with the Office Just a lot, we can find youa ((1)) 1461 NW 92nd Street Big, big CBS home

room, large dining room, and terms. Call broker of the Secretary of State. ; buyer willing to pay the with 1)4) bath, tile roof, Fla. room, extra large

large closets, tile roof, must right now. Martin M. Berney, Signed: highest price. garage. 75x100 lot.. $16,500 FHA terms. This Is
see to appreciate, close to 624-6983. Isaac James Drop in or call us and discuss something extra nice, has fenced rear yard. Car

Northside Shopping Center, (March 24) your problems and have peting. You really have to see this.

school, bus. Sacrifice price, ____________ your estate managed in a professional

$12500, $1250 down, $93 mo. 3 bedroom, 1 bath, CBS, Re- j manner. You may ((2)) 835 NW 84th Street CBS, $300 down, FHA,
Atlantic&Pacific finishing this house. Has Fla FICTITIOUS NOTICE 1 fell that a member of the family .
Bank financing. no closing cost. County taxes only $92 per mo.
Realtors, 6660411.NO room, near schools and buses. is Just too busy to devote pays everything. Just painted in and out."NE .
Low down payments.No quali- Notice of Intention to Regis- his full attention to your

fying, call broker right now. ter Trade Name. QUALIFYING side Martin M. Berney, 624-6983. Notice is Hereby Given that the :intruded upon his time and HAVE MANY HOMES AND DUPLEXES,
Lovely 2 bedroom. Must undersigned, engaging in busi- want to engage an agent. FHA TERMS OR NO QUAL! FYING.
is extra large. Kitchen. ness under the name of Dugie's For further information on

sell. $600 down. Call 624- FHA. $16,000 total.$600 down. Guest House,2941 NW 47th St., I this and other services,please YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR

4874, 4801-03 NW 19th Avenue. No closing cost. 3 bedroom, Miami, Fla., intends to re- :reply to: $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING _.

2 baths, carport, 2 utility gister the said name with the BERKLEY FERGUSON DISPLACEDAND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY

rooms, 35 feet Fla room, Cy- clerk of the Circuit Court of -
Four lots, 15,16,17,18,Block press panelling, built-in book Dade County, Fla. and with the REAL ESTATEW.

52 in Inlet City,Riviera Beach. case, 26 foot screen porch, Office of the Secretary of P. Bowe Building EDISON :REALTY, Realtors I

Sold free of any encumbrance. carpeting, drapes, dishwasher State. Market & Martin Streets

Consult H.E.S. Reeves, The reverse cycle, air condi- Signed: Telephone: 24913P. 175 WW. $20 St 751-2441 '
Miami Times, 6530 NW 15th tioning in master bedroom. Irvin A. Dauglas 0. Box 4278 ,,

Avenue. 3830 NW 176th St. 621-2429. April 14 Nassau, N. P. Bahamas ,



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20 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 24, 1967

i NAACP and Sigma Ask Support For

w' W/torfesf/ Jackson Education Fund I P bI

ST. PETERSBURG The "Wharlest Jackson Day" Today's appeal, made to all
NAACP Florida Conference of program should, In additionto persons interested in keeping
Branches and the Southern raising funds, rally com- America the land of the free,
Region of Phi Beta Sigma munity support for the NAACP ask that each person sacrifice i\\
Fraternity Jointly Issued call and Negro citizens in Missis- the equivalent of one meal toward -
this week to all people of goodwill sippi through the purchase of an educational fund which
to support and contributeto NAACP memberships. Further would guarantee the highest
the Wharlest Jackson Edu- Congress should made botainable educational opportunity -
cation Fund. To aid In the aware by letter telegrams to the fatherless Jack- ,, r
building of the fund Attorney of the grass-root support of son children.
Fred G. Minis, Southern Director the passage of the pending The NAACP National Office
Phi Beta Sigma Fra- Civil Rights Legislation, the will act as custodian for any 1.eLittle
ternity and Marvin Davies, letter stated. money contributed. This arrangement -
NAACP, called on their bran- Wharlest Jackson, Natchez has been approvedby
,ches and chapters to Involvethe NAACP leader and father of Mrs. Jackson. The funds
total community, Negroes five children, was murderedby will be in a separate account
.' and whites, in making Sunday, a bomb in his pick-up from the NAACP funds and a
March.26, "Wharlest Jackson truck February 27 because listing will be made public
Day," as a protest to the mur- he was promoted to a better each week in the press. Re- a
der but also a demonstration of Job which no Negro had ever ceipts will be sent to every
continued intheAmerican held and was also actively engaged person or organization send- ...._-
people to rally around worth- In protesting racial dis- ing in a contribution.
didn't mind his brokenarm
John Broomfield, age 7, of 3712 NW 20th Court,
while In of crimination and in Checks or orders
causes segregation
of the
he visited by Mike McCarron (left), president Newman
much was
Natchez should be made so
democratic ideal.
to the
the Mississippi. payable
NAACP Wharlest Jackson Club and Kingsley Barham (right), president, of the Circle K Club, at Variety

Education Fund and sent to Children's Hospital. .
Dade Jr. College organizations raised $892 irt"cash and about
The two Miami-
20 West 40th Street,New York,
AUTO INSURANCE New York 10018 $1,000 in pledges at their marathon basketball game.
Shown with the group is Jerry Bell (center) president of the Variety Club of
Check onr! new, lower rates and easy financing Greater Miami, currently conducting an emergency fund appeal for the hospital.
Bring this ad to our office and receive a free gift 696-6628

D. Goodman and Son, Inc. CHAIN LINKREDWOOD Man Killed I In Collision all Three day ph&ographers Easter Sunday at on Deal's duty

"Iiuurance, Real Estate: Mortgage" Studio, 307 NW 2nd Ave. Unlimited I
... Business member AH People Democratic Club CYPRESS Ernest Landy died'on Tues- sing and operating a car with parking. space. 371-
2688 NW 62nd Sreet OX 14)380 F.H.A. TERMS day as the result of a traffic I deficient brakes. 016.MORE .
ou's" 'ae t+.t.et.d Cr.wa accident Saturday while driving ,
his car on NW 17th Ave.and
NW 108th Street.
Heading south, Landy's car
was rammed head-on by an auto LOCAL
driven by'David Lee Gor-
mon, 31, of 1816 NW 46th St.
HAITI IS HEREThe F. W. Reynol :',Skies Rep Authorities said Gorman was
headed north and attempted to
pass when be rammed Landy'scar.
Reverend Rene P. Louis, the man from .

Haiti, Spiritual Minister of the loyal Ame- The Elks ClubNo. at The North 24-year-old Shore Hospital.Landy Gor-died

rican Church of the Living God. Who has the 308 man was charged with Improper -

power to help anyone in troubled conditions, 329 NW 16th Terrace lane usage, Improper pas-

sickness, love life, divorce, regardless of Presents every -

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won $100.00 at Bob's Humble
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