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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: December 1, 1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
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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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I Protest March Against_ Poverty Progra"Flght- FAMU And Grumbling '




; ?Z4 )C' s Rated Tossup in Classic

t u tIFAkE r / rc,
The Florida A&M Rattlers ton, Baltimore, and Atlanta. pound Henry Davis,for pos
q I and the Gramblfng College Grambling, this season,has sible draft picks next year.
Tigers will provide pro scoutsone won eight games and lost only Florida A&M'sleadingprot
of the most rewarding col- once to Jackson State. Florida candidates are;220 pound split tend
lege games of the year when A&M has won seven games and John Eason; defensive
they meet in the annual Orange lost only once to Tennessee half-back, Major Hazeltonand '
I k! Blossom Classic, the Super State. defensive guard, 250 pound t
Bowl of Negro football, on Saturday Both of these college teams Rudolph Sims.
I night, December; 2, at have traditionally produced The Orange Blossom Classic
Miami's famed Orange Bowl outstanding professional foot- was founded in 1933 and
I aI Stadium. ball candidates. This season has been played annually since
Grambling has 20 active play- that time. Hosted by Florida t
I Often called, "The cradle of ers with the pros and Florida A&M University, the Rattlers
the pros" the game is sche- A&M has ten. are the only grid team in the
duled for regional television Pro scouts at the Orange country that is assured of a
sponsored by p. Ballantine & Blossom Classlcwill be bowl game each year.
t. i* t.t i i14t14Iti Sons, brewers of Ballantine watching Grambling's big 250 Florida A&M University is
Beer. Delayed telecasts of the pound line backer, Ernest located at Tallahassee, Florida
game will be seen in New York Sterling, Robert Atkins,the and Grambling College at
;J City, Philadelphia, Washing. <6'4" end and spe guard,239 Grambling, La.



Commission Makes Appointments; ;'I



Jones Named Municipal JudgeFor

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the first time in the history fore coming to Miami five
of Miami, three Negroeslast years ago and opened his officein
week received posts that the Dupont Plaza Hotel.
had never been held by Negroes He attempted in 1965, while
before.As president of the NAACP,to run
Mrs.Athalle Range won a for City Commissioner .
city commission seat, she became against David Kennedy, but l
., the first Negro to be changed his mind because he 7u
'. ) elected( 'ty commissioner, felt that there was not enough
even though she had served in time to devote to his other du
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't. : that capacity by appointment. ties.

--- --,- .. ..-.. ..........- ... Appointed to the municipal Charles Hadley, the new
bench was Donald W. Jones, member; of the Civil Service
Hundreds of Negroes, feel- fare were vivid reminders that strative march, and they were who became the first Negro to Board, through the request of
ing the effects of the lack of the season's spirit of Joy will the ones most militant. Thisis receive a regular judgeship the newly elected City Com
money to continue the War on not permit the hearts of thou- understandable, because Miami. The two other Negroeswho missioner Maurice Ferre,is a a
Poverty, marched oa Flagler sands of Negroes unless funds most of them have gone with served on the bench here former member of the Housing
Street, last Friday, in protest are obtained before long. out pay since November 2. were purely police court Authority.Mr. -- --- -
against the plight of inadequate What seems to be the ,amid Some of the placards readas Judges for the Negro section Hadley has been a most JUDGE DONALD W. JONES
financial help they have been grievance of the marchers was follows: "Help EOPI;" only. active civic and political
getting, from the EOPI pro.- the discontinuance Day Care "Don't send usback to welfare The Civil Service Board received worker for the past 25 years.
gram.It Centers, which do not have ;" "No turkey yesterday;' a Negro member for the He is one of Congressman Attorney Cleveland Henry Turner Arringtonand
demon enough to continue and first time in its existence Claude most were
was parade-like money "We Are Headed fora hot win Pepper's loyal
Clark to
stration, but the singing and which can be cut off by Gov- ter "Why should Florida suf- when Charles Hadley, a State supporters, and he was very appointed by Mayor ,
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chanting of the demonstrators ernor Kirk U he becomes fer along;" "From 4 meals a Health Department inspector, close to the late Mayor Robert serve on Housing Authority ,
reflected that they have been satisfied that some changes in day to no meal a day." was appointed last week. King High. on January 1. Arrington's
disappointed by the delay in management must be made Judge Jones' appointmentwas Earl Carroll, one of the name was also submitted to the 1
obtaining funds from Washing very shortly. Police said that the at the request of City most active fighters for the Metro ComnsslootoserveoD!
ton. The downtown Christmas The EOPI employes were in marchers were orderly. Commissioner Range. He for election of County Com- the Housing and Urban Development 1
decorations in the thorough great numbers in the demon- There were no arrests. merly was president of the missioners by districts, was Advisory Board. t
Miami chapter of the NAACP. appointed to the Planning and Mr. Turner is executive
A graduate of H o w a r d Uni- Zoning Board, replacing secretary of the Longshore-
I Miamians Participate hi First DesegregationStudy versity Law School, Jones Eugene Davidson, who resigned. men's Union, and active in labor -
and civic
practiced law in Orlando be- circles.


. Project in the Nation Rally Sunday To Support Poor .

Kenneth Walker, Dr.Johnny his county was not in com
Jones and Attorney Harold L. pliance with the Civil Rights Commissioner M. Athalie MDsby: chairman, and mem- about us cries out for our compassion -
Braynon participated in a desegregation Act of 1964. In order for Jefferson Range has urged persons liv- bers of New Covenant's Task and generosity. U
project November County to continue re- ing in the BrownsvilleLibertyCity Force on Urban Outreach.Mrs. EOPI is to continue strong in
13 through 17, in Jefferson ceiving federal funds im- area to support needy Range and Mr. Mosby issued this community, it is going to
County. Jefferson County mediate steps would have to families and children in the the following statement; need the help and support of
(Monticello) is one of 117 be taken to devise a plan to desegregate neighborhood by their own "Regardless of what anybody everyone. These days of crisis
school districts in the south, its public schools as free-will offerings on Sunday, says about the EOPI, we be- give us the chance to get in.
excluding the State of Alabama required by H EW.This federal December 3rd.Those who may lieve that the human need all volved."
that Negroes comprisethe agency ecommended that Jefferson wish to contribute to the on-
majority of the population. County permit the going program of EOPI in this
(68% of the students in this Technical Assistance Pro area are urged to make contributions Poverty Workers Get Back
county are Negroes). The Su- gram of Florida (TAP) of the at their churches on
perintendent of the Jefferson State Department of Educationto Sunday morning.The Pay No More ProMisedprogram 9
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County Schools was recently bring in outstanding educa- ATIY. HAROLD BRAYNON New Covenant Presby-
advised by officials from tional consultants to study the t e r I a n Church, 12th /venueat Dade's War on Poverty should be paid, and
the Department of Health, schools in this district and devise program which will facilitatea 43rd Street, will be open workers, after waiting four accordingly released some
Education and Welfare that and educationally sound smooth transition from the Sunday afternoon at 3 p.m.fora weeks without pay, will receive funds for a month's pay.
dual to a unitary school system rally. All ministers and their checks this week. The resolution by Congress
Stokely CarmichaefComing Harold L. Brynon is members of churches receiv- The 850 employes of EOPI permits federal agencies
I presently serving as an Assis- ing special offerings are askedto expressed Jubilance when they which have not yet received
Home tant Attorney General andLe- bring what has been collected heard the good news. Some of their appropriations for the
gal Specialist with TAP. Mr. to NewCovenant at that them lad paraded last Fridayin current fiscal year to continue
Uppsala, Sweden_Stokely would be deprived of his U. S. Kenneth Walker and Dr.Jones time. A representatlveof protest against the suspen- spending at least last year's
Carmichael told a news con- passport when he returns but were among 25 top-notch edu- EOPi will be there to receivethe sion of pay and the temporary rate through December 2.
ference Monday night he plansto said he believed he would cators selected to comprisethe funds after they have been discontinuation of the pro Some of the workers were
return to the U. S. to con- serve his cause better by returning team to study the schoolsof counted and the results an- gram. several weeks behind in ren-
tinue his Black power cam than by traveling Jefferson County. This is nounced. The lawmakers in Washinton tals due and other bills. One
paign. around the world. the first such; in-depth studyof Working with Mrs.Range: on this week decided that the woman had to resort to door to
He said he was aware that he He bad been in Tanzania its kind in this country. the project is Mr. Nathaniel workers in the War oo Poverty (continued on page


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2 THEMIAMI TIMES Friday, December ltJ0Rkaiioos tf67 I,';: ,, 'IJP.r ...-- --.._

of Nassau FeaSarsd in Classic..Pre-Game ,ShowThe

Orange Blossom Classic .1 tines with the same precision
and Festival Committee and correlation as in ballet."

announced the Junkanoo Parade I He also said,"The first four

of Nassau,Bahamas,will minutes ofthe745p.m.pre-
be one of the features of the I game pagent will feature the
Dec. 2 classic pre-game show s v q'7AM'YA
at the Orange Bowl ,and I
parades pec. 1 and 2.
The Junkanoo Is a parade, cant ,
held each year in Nassau on I can's y

Boxing Day (Dec. 26)) and New R or, .
Year's Day,with a carnival atmosphere c
s 1 m 11 a r to Mardi Mrs.
Gras celebrations in New Or- a
leans. The participants wear
original costumes, headpieces on
and masks with any ed
theme that suits their fancy. doing
The native drum beat,ranging make
from Calypso to Meringue,
PARADE ROUTE bands including one from
,
sets the p a c e for march and
Mississippi and one from Atlanta
dance steps.Dr. William J. Stirrup, parade G r
will participate.FAMU's p.m.'e
George Gore, presidentof route grand marshal of the pa- musical director, Jake
classic host college, Florida rade, announced the change of said
Dr. William p. Foster,
A&M University, said at a route to the Liberty City area Mr.
"This year will bring new arrangements -
recent luncheon at the Ever-
for the Dec. 2 parade.The assembly and with
concepts,
glades Hotel that the Gramb- point willbe Manor
emphasis on music, on whichwe
ling Tigers are worthy op- Park located at 12th Avenue of the
have worked for two
ponents' for the Rattlers with and 50th Street,and the parade over T i
years, with four areas dominating
their distinguished win- will begin at 12:30 p.m., at 17 from
the caliber of
:(1) highest Correspondent
at
record this
ning
year. Avenue and 50th Street, pro-
The Grambling College ceed north on 17th Avenue to music. (2) eye movements, stead ) with Platoon Sgt.
(3) pagentry ana aance rou-
(4)
Company,
Tigers have been surpassedonly 62nd Street, then east to 15th the some
by Notre Dame University Avenue, then north to 71st St., layed of U the full-hour
in supplying players to the then east to 12th Avenue. The City story of Negro
pro teams, and FAMU is a Dec. 1 parade will begin at Supreme Court by NBC News
close third. Together, these noon on West Flagler Street at : ; Dec. 1 JfIO-II(
two schools have contributedmore and proceed to Blscayne D. C., : ) the script and is
players to the pro ranks Boulevard. Delays RulingOn and .
than any other two colleges of Not only will the parade feature 11:30
comparable size. the fabulous "Marching
Dr. Gore said, "we hope for 100" and local I high school 'Substitute
an even larger attendance to bands, but a special attractionof
this exciting football game and the genuine Junkanoo Pa- Husband' ,
extravaganza which benefits rade from Nassau in their .
deserving students in the form original costumes and native
of scholarships to college." beats. Fifteen out-of-town Supreme Court Justice Hugo
? L. Black ruled Monday thatas Gulfrsaid
a lower federal court order
',: 'I" : ...: ,'. holding Alabama's
father" welfare regulation as
unconstitutional was stayed.
to education

Aid to dependent children .
Y is barred by the ruling, if a
t r I man is1'living out of wedlockin

a home or visiting there,to : ... ,is' also A !duf
have ;.sexual relations with the *s



mother.The threejudge Nov. 8 ruling panel by in a Mont-special aid to Gulf / "..

gomery, Ala., put 15,000 to
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20,000 children off the welfare

rolls who were eliminated by Gulfs assistanceto

I lation.the "substitute father" regu Fisk University Included this $7,500 Capital Brant.Fisk's .


FAMU band director William P.Foster,Coach Pete Griffin, The Supreme Court was cY tp'
Commissioner Athalie Range and President George W. Gore asked by the state for a stayof
discuss the coming Orange Blossom Classic. Miami Metro the ruling until the court receives
News Bureau photo. Alabama's formal
appeal and decides whether to
hear the case. The state argued -
VALUIBtl COUPON that otherwise, it would
have to resume payments that
1 1 could not be recovered laterIf
1 / th high court eventually up-
iheld the "substitute father"
:regulation. Alabama was given
1 Q 11 '30 days to appeal.

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1 1 KING MAPS PLANS


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1 DISOBEDIENCEPlans assistance to Gulf has Included
Daniel Q. Kean
/ Kenneth E.:
Class of 1934 Lockett J. B. Martin III
Class of 1959
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Public Relations Class of 1960
1 for a massive diso- Sales Representative
1 Pittsburgh Sales Representative
/ 1 bedience program in Wash Passaic, New Jersey Chicago
1 ington, D. C. next spring have
B 1 been mapped out by Dr. Martin
/ 1 Luther King and some 80 of his d \,
/ cohorts from all over the
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Held at Frogmore,S.C.,the
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il weeklong session was closed

: NW 58 St. at 7 Ave. 1 1 I I to the said press.the A strategy King's spokesman discussed i1J.

(Across from Shell's City) 1 I includes civil disobedience These
1 I moves such as a possible men are three good
/I "tent-in" across from reasons Gulf has made grants
Bag Fries /I the White House and sit-down to four every accredited, private,
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or
I year Negro oriented col.
fitt* /I demonstrations in the offices legs and university in the

: Small Milk Shake /i I of congressmen. outmost United States.valuable Education investment.Is

: On the" mgU purchase of Tom Offenburger, the King .

GIANT SANDWICHBurger aide, said the demonstration .
r I ANY Beef -Fiih Ham VOieese) II would continue indefinitely Gulf Oil Corporation .
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t "should Congress fall to enact an Equal' Opportunity Employer
I THIS COUPON MUST BE PRESENTED : meaningful reform mea-

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0 p tt ,r .ea P t 8,. 1 Now Its State Attorney's Jam, to

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Investigate Poverty ProgramDade's


War on poverty proved by the regional direc- be known that even if Congress
troubles increase with a new tor in Atlanta. should approve further appropriations -
investigation Into EOPI alleged he would not approve
', : But from Atlanta comes the 1s
homosexual activities and Dade's grant until this homo-
statement that charges againstthe
of sexual investigation in Miamiis
its methods handling Miami area's program
checks. completed. t
management are serious and
;
} Governor Claude Kirk: has that the OEPinspector will Phelps said; that these rumors r
State '' have been floating
rt instructed Attorney have to be extremely careful of t
r to around for some time and
a :s Richard Gerstein probe what programs are approvedhere. r
those activities and business even rumors are hurtful
methods of some of the em- "What we want to do is get the
ployes ofthe poverty program. The regional director in Atlanta air cleared once and for all,"
:''- 4' ii % This will be the fourth investigation 'Ralph Phelps,has let it said Phelps. r
: :: of Economic Op-
a, portunity program, Inc. The
Sheriffs Office, the federal
office, and the Governor's of-
fice have already made investigations -

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The Governor's letter to the t
State Attorney indicates that

1 Miami Alphas Observe 30th AnniversaryThe cution there will of those be criminal responsible prose-for t

the alleged irregularities and
November meeting of illegal-acts. p
Beta Beta Lambda Chapter of From a reliable source the
Alpha phi Alpha Fraternity R R I Ia Times has received the information -, t
marked the thirtieth anniversary A'x. that there is no doubt
of th graduate chapter. that two top drawer executiveswill

On November 19, Brothers, be dismissed;that appli-
I. P. Davis, N. Colston, W. cations for these positions are
Murrell, F. Johnson, S. John- already in the possession of
son, E. Butler, A. W. Good- Washington federal officials,
win and L., Lucas were issueda V' and that the new appointmentswill Adolphus paulkcenterCity Miami recreation supervisor,
charter from Alpha phi Al- be made shortly, regard- is shown receiving a certificate of appreciation for heroism in
pha. They were commissioned less of the outcome of the new saving a neighbor's child from death in a home fire. The citation -
to promote their aims and r L& investigation. was presented by Supervisors' Council President 0. J. t
ideas of alphadom, and to Officials at EOPI here claim Moore, left, who is chief training in the'city's Fire Department i,
sponsor organized fraternity that the Governor is motivatedby At the lectern is James W.Hilton,Director of Parks and
activities in the Miami area. J- II politics,and that no charges Recreation, Paulk's department.- -Metro News Bureau

against the conduct of the pov- photo.
Alpha is now in its sixty- Charter members I. P. Davis and F.Johnson show approvalas erty program's employescan
first year,and has,through the Brothers Forde and Matthews display chapter charter and be proved in a court of law.
years, set an enviable recordof sphinx. A commemorative sphinx was presented to each charter The State Attorney states thatif "None Better in Miami"
achievements by its mem- member. the evidence warrants it,we
bers and of service to the communities will file criminal charges." FREE PICK UP AHDDELIVERY .
f in which these members proudly salutes the six rememory of both charter mem- County Manager Porter
live and work. maining charter members, bers who have long since de- Homer has been approachedby
Beta Beta Lambda Chapter and respectfully honors the parted. parents who are in need of SERCH T V

financial aid. They are askingfor

Metro's financial help until TV RADIO STEREO REPAIRS
money is obtained from Shop Phone Emergency 691-6547
: 754-8462
Washington. Any f u r the r,ex- . .
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Jobs ) ... l';, Y-:' >, ; ..
Housing Education penditure will have to be ap- .
I 5S06NW 7th./AVENUE



Seen As Riot CureHouse FOR THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMMODATIONSAT


Speaker John W. Mc- type: "You don't like riots? for jobs in private industry. MODERATE RATES-CALL .

CormackD., Mass.)was pre- Well, neither do we." Eliminate slum housing
sented this week with petitions They suggested that Con- and provide decent shelter.
BONDED
signed by some 200,000 per- gress Free public education
sons asking for a federal pro- Put people to work with from pre-kindergarten up to
gram of jobs,housingandeducation the government becoming the and including the doctorate
as a way of eliminating employer of last resort by level for all, with only ability RENTAL t
causes of civil disturbances.John providing public service jobs and motivation serving as
A. Bel.-w, presidentof opportunities for workers who qualifying factors. a
the Communications Work- are unsuccessful competing
ers of America, said the sig- BHBnBHBB AGENCY 1t
natures from 40 states repre- t
Lincoln FieldsApartments
sented a three-week effort by t

members of his union. 't4INC N

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The petitions were distri- RESIDENT MANAGER rp' 1rf ? THE LARGEST PRIVATE HOUSING RENTAL AND
2045 NW 62nd ,
buted in October, Beirne said, STREET OX' 1-8862
MANAGEMENT AGENCY IN THE SOUTH OPERATING
and representing "somethingon ,
Enjoy Living In our Cool, Clean Apartments
the positive side of endingthe IN DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES I
'Offering! .. Many. Features' .
disturbance" 'j< TO* v tn*Mjww sm** ,
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Directed to the Congress, A fleet of cars and collectors give door to door service for
FME GAS -F WE CITYWATII
the petitions say this in large tenants convenienceA
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Til 'Barroom Fre. 'Cerbae''bjspGsat-;-" community recreation center for teenagers and adults "rent f

Newly' Painted .Refrigerator Gas'Stave( ] free,"furnished and air conditioned foryour comfort and enjoyment.

Machines Blinds 'if ,
Venetian "
Washing A public relations department to assist you with your problems.
Free aundryRoom*,; I, '
Parking ,v : ;
N u Tenants will stopvandalismandreducethecostofhousing.
concern
Free Ho13Wa: er Ffre f Ex7enffltrgCARETAKERS
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: MAIN OFFICE

ON PREMISES 4150 NW 7th Avenue 759-8733

4 14255 NW 22nd Avenue, Opa-locka MU 8-0617

20848 South Dixie Hwy., Cutler RidgeCE 5-3553

1XTtA'SPK1M 605 IIW. 7th Terrace, Ft. Lauderdale JA 4-3357
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1163 NW 3rd Avenue FR 3-8416
fTMLLvl E t EN TILL 3: $ h M.
3801 Grand Avenue, Grove HI 5-1381
SATURDAY/ BCCEMEER 1T.
512 NW 1st Ave., Hallandale WA 7-2434

339 Hommondville Rd., Pompano WI 3-2434
Miss Fern Colborn,consul-
tant from the National Federa-
tion of Settlements and Neigh- HON. L. L. BROOKS, President
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borhood Centers office will be Weekly Rates. GEORGE HARTH, General Manager
in Miami from Nov. 30toDec. 18.00 1 bedroom $22.00 2 bedroom
CHARLES A. LOCKHART Public Relations Director
4, to consult with the JamesE. ,
Deposit Required
Scott Community Associa-

tion's munity board people, staff about and the futureof com- RENTING OFFICE OPEN WEEK DAYS' .If I am to enjoy a better life, others must live better too." L. L. Brooks

JESCA.


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Booker T.
By Hayes

H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and PublltUr Weatherley Should Resign As

GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor

STANLEY I. SWEETING, Theatrical Editor The Minority SpeaksThe

National Advertising Representative Head of Poverty ProgramRichard

Amalgamated Publishers/ 1 Inc. results of last week's election reflects the apathy toward

310 Madison Avenue. N.w York, N. Y. 10017 a voice in government shared by more than twothirdsof Weatherly should resign his post as executive director -

M.mb.r of the National Newspaper Publishers Association the registered voters in the city of Miami. The thirtytwoper of Dade County's War on Poverty. Whether charges

2400 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, III. 60616 cent having participated, in returning the mayor and two launched against Weatherly and members of his staffare trueor

SUBSCRIPTION RATES incumbents to the City Commission were virtually the voicesof not the fact remains that Weatherly through his personalvendetta

ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 the minority. In a society such as ours, where the govern- with regional OEO director Ralph phelps has put the

ment is supposedly by the people and for the people, such a
in logjam.
a
Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post t but of local program
Office at,Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 meager response is not representative of the majority,
the concerned. These people, having strayed from their every- Nobody will deny that our poverty program,said by many to

"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" day endeavors, and made their wishes known through the exer- be one of the best in the country, is in grave danger of being
Th. NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead the people in the com- shot to pieces. We feel the program is mandatory to the gen-
vote
the world from racial and national antagonism wh.n It accordsto cise of their right to represent
every man regardless of his roc. creed or color his human munity who care. They have cared eno h to allow their opinions eral welfare of this community. And if takes Dick Weather.

and legal rights. Hating no man, ,I.oring no man..the Negro to become a part of the statistics which will serve as a ly's resignation to end this nightmare: let's get it and get on
Press strives to h.lp.v.ry man In the firm belief that all m.n No one individual is more important
are hurt as I long as anyone Is held back. basis for predictions of future elections. These people repre- with the program. than
sent the pulse of the community. the work that this program can do. Maybe the problem will

solve itself. It is rumored that Weatherly has accepted ano-

1e ;11 ditor's otrbooh It appears the appeal must be personal for some Miamiansto ther job in Texas.
participate. The issues Involved must in effect say to the This not only goes for Weatherly, but every employe in the

individual "I could affect you personally" to invoke some re- program whose conduct threatens its continuation. These investigations

DISOBEDIENCE PLANNED? sponse. Despite the efforts made to explain the simplicity of of the program have been blown up far out of pro-

the vote, it seems the message is yet to reach many people who portion. How can the public condemn a program with 853 employees
From Frogmore, S. C. comes news that disobedience is be-
carryall the credentials required of a first-class citizen, including for the actions of one Individual?
for that with massive disobedience for next
ing planned city a
a voter registration card. Many names on the voter Weatherley's biggest mistake has been poor Judgment in this

spring in Washington, D. C. registration books are still waiting for that first checkmarkthat matter. He should have suspended the poverty official involved
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and some eighty of his top lieu-
devotes participation. These voters,these untired selec- in the Immoral charge and I believe this would have helped to
tenants from the nation working out the
across are strategyfor
tors, represent the potential we must activate. This is the clear the air. But he didn't and the program is in danger.No .
this disobedience program. In a week-long session closedto
source of the added muscle we need to make results in future
the press, such things as a"tent-in"across from the White
elections as beneficial and satisfying as those of last week.
House and sit-down demonstrations in the offices of congressmen matter what happens in Washington, Miami will have
To the Steve Clark our first commissioner Athalie
have been mentioned.The mayor, ; some sort of poverty program. We all realize that it will be
Range Commissioner Maurice Ferre and the people who
demonstrations would continue indefinitely ; you, curtailed and revamped greatly. And while these changes are
care I offer heartiest congratulations.
Congress fail to enact meaningful reform measures for Ameri my taking place let's make sure the one really important changeis

ca's poor," it said. made in the program, and that is a Negro should head the

This writer is in accord with the Civil Rights program as a program. I hope I don't sound like a racist, but any program

I whole; but certainly could never agree with some of th suggested serving 90% Negroes should be run by a Negro.
methods. There is a right and a wrong way. The right ;;'c- LET'ST
Wa have in this who
qualified Negroes community fully understand
way might take some time and much consideration.But in the
end right will prevail.We &J2 ALI( the plight of poor people and are more than qualifiedto
administrate a program of this nature. To name a couple,
hope some further consideration will be given this mat- .
how about Ronald Young or Robert Simms? Young has a masters
ter which means so much to the peace and harmony of our POLITICS
country. degree in social work and 16 years experience in rehabilitation

work in Ala. Simms himself in
BY NORMA E. JONES, Montgomery, proved
EVALUATION OF TEACHING PERSONNELThe the school system, with the Small Business Administration,
and now with the Community Relations Board. These are Just
"UNCLE TOMISM AND THE NAACP"Dr.
Department of Education has announced that five con- two. If you want more, ask me.

ferences have been set for November December and Januaryto
W. E. B.Dubois,one of the founders, for many years its I feel that our poverty program got off on the wrong foot
assist counties in making the transition ordered by the Leg-
chief and doctrine from the beginning. Almost all the
spokesman, architect of Its philosophy top administrative and policymaking -
islature from state to county evaluation personnel.
made popular the label of "uncle tom" as applied to Negroes positions went to white employees of the program,
Meeting Is scheduled for December 5 at the University of
"who had the ear" of the white power structure in that era Dr. 'while the Negroes generally got the lowest paid positions in
South Florida in Tampa December 12 University of Florida
and January 5 Florida Atlantic; Boca,Raton. Dubois,. guiding spirit of the NAACP, through his vitriolic pen the program. Out of 58 Jobs in the program paying from $8,300to
,
used the term "Uncle Tom" In such a derisive,derogatory $15,000 Negroes hold only four. That's right, four. Thiscan't
The conferences will discuss planning and analysis of class-
room instruction. manner that when applied to a person no matter what his pre- be right

vious standing within the Negro community, this person this

became the ob ject of derision within the Negro community, witha
THANK ,YOU SIR
,
"loss of face" and leadership status. "Eyewitness: The Negroin

Ye Editor expresses sincere thanks and appreciation to
Since Dr. Dubois other officers and the NAACP
Commentator Art Green of Radio Station WAME for congratu- occupied
about the with the white and American
same position the white
press History"is
lations and birthday greetings. He also thanks those who sent
power structure for many years, "until recently," Stokely
birthday cards, adding much happiness to the occasion.
"Happiness is as a butterfly,which when pursued, is always Carmichael and the "black power" movement today, Dr. Must Reading
Dubois and the NAACP, first had to "purge," the dominant
beyond our grasp, but which if you will sit down quietly, may white

alight upon you." Hawthorne. power "recognizedresponsiblerespectable"Negro "Eyewitness; The Negro in American History publishedby
leadership strcture headed by the strongest and wisestof ,

all Negro American born leaders, this Dubois did by brand pitman Publishing Corporation, 20 East 46th street,New

ing Dr. Booker T. Washington, "Uncle Tom." York, N. Y. 10017, will greet the public on Dec. 5. The priceof
REV. LUTHER PIERCE
HONOREDThe the,554-page book is $9.75.

Thusly Dr. Dubois aided and abetted by the NAACP and the
Rev. Luther Pierce, well-known in the religious life of then growing numbers of "academically" educated Negroes The book is important for all Americans.Here,for the first

Miami and a former executive director of the Greater Miami which he "mts-labeled" "the talented, tenth," as a nucleus, time in a book written for the general reader is the true storyof

Council of Churches, has been i given the religion award of began to systematically be destroyed by propaganda,Dr.Booker the Negro as an integral part of American History--a story

Theta Delta religion, honorary, at the University of Miami. He T. Washington and his followers within the Negro commun- that has, until now, been largely unknown

is the first person to receive the award.It ity, but his attacks on Dr. Booker T. Washington served to
was given for his service to the council, and for his Man strengthen the support 0 f Dr. Washington and his followersby The author. William Loren Katz, who has written several
books and numerous articles on American Negroes,was moved
to
Man TV program. the dominant white power structure.
to "Eyewitness" by a deep conviction that there was

something wrong with the treatment given Negroes in American -
OUR EQUAL OPPORTUNITY PROGRAMThis For a long period, though Dr. W. E. B. Dubois, the NAACPand history text books. In his prefatory statement he said:
his "tallented-tenth," had usurped the nominal! leader

program that has really been a great help to many of ship structure, they were still the "outsiders" as far as the "This book began to shape many years before the Negro
our people has been threatened with closed
poor being down, white leadership was concerned, they were still the"agitators" revolution of the 19603. Although it began in my high school
but seems now to be in the revival This of is
stage. course
,
and the successive followers of Dr.Washington, were days dm'ingworld War n, this growing interest took on a deeper -
reason for rejoicing.It is hoped that will be
operation conducted
still the "Recognized, responsible Negro leaders,through meaning in 1952 when I began teaching secondary school
in such a that merits the continuation of this
way
program. whom the to
the
patronage Negro flowed. American history. Text books distorted the Negro's part in our
Latest report shows that provisions has been made for oper-
history, picturing him as contented under slavery and bewil-
ating a "new careers program" which will attempt to create
dred by freedom. Since I felt it to assign such
additional in a grim cruelty
Jobs government agencies operating in coopera-
readings to any race I to materials often
began
introduce ,
tion with EOPI by the Department of Labor.
eyewitness accounts that gift to
Other include highlighted the Negro's
programs
;
Training of management level. Funded by Rockefeller Foun- UNIVERSITY FOR FREEPORTThe America. Students of both races and their parents responded
enthusiastically to the "
dation, to run in cooperation with EOPI; Legal Services pro- American Lutheran Church Board of College Educa- new material.

gram for migrants in South Florida counties. No under EOPI. tion has decided to proceed with plans for building .an' International Many of the facts in the one-volume "Eyewitness" are indeed -

I I'I Community making decision in Coconut Grove, Health Ser- Christian University at Freeport, Grand Bahama. startling. For example:

vice program for children In South Dade, run by the County Opening date of the first college is set for September 1969! The city of Chicago was founded by a Negro.

Health Department. This is certainly good news for the Bahamas, and we offer
Training program to enable welfare clients become self- congratulations. One of the leaders of the American colonists at the Boston

supporting. Massacre was a Negro-first to die for America's independence

Neighborhood Youth Corps operation to allow Dade Countyto .

employ teenage dropouts. JONES APPOINTED JUDGEThe First man >to stand atop the North Pole was a Negro.

Neighborhood Youth Corps operation by Catholic Diocese to One of the important Spanish conquistadors was a Negro.

employ 300 dropouts and 100 parochial school students in non- announcement that Attorney Donald Wheeler Jones has

profit enterprises.The been appointed as Municipal Judge by the City Commission is Negroes fought at Bunker Hill and at Concord, rode with the

above mentioned projects are among those able to oper- good news for our community Green Mountain Boys, defended New Orleans with Andrew

ate now. Let us hope that over-due salaries will be paid and Judge Jones is pretty well known. This honor comes to him Jackson, and charged San Juan Hill with Teddy Roosevelt.

.: the program in general be continued.In at the age of 31. Making the motion for his appointment was our The book

reply to certain rumors circulated about conduct of the newly elected commissioner, Athalie Range. with almost, from facts documented by eyewitnesses, deals

program, we understand that the Executive Committee of the Judge Jones is married, and the father of one son. to 1965. every phase* of Negro life in America, from 1502
The
EOPI Investigated the rumors and found nothing to substantiate He has served as president of the Miami Brancbof the Na- History" reading of "Eyewitness The Negro in American
l'f should
them. tional Association for the Adbancement of Colored People. to this country.lm one's appreciation of the Negroes' contribution -



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News ', Negroes Increase Vote


I To Be EqualBy

Commentary For GOP
By John A, Diaz Executive Whitney Director Young, Jr In 67 Elections

National Urban League I As Republicans continue totally tured a large percentage of
COLOR BIAS FAVORS REFUGEES FOR JOBSIt t up their election night the Negro vote in their areas,
victories forthe967elec- making them the first Repub-
is not better qualifications alone that enable Cuban exilesto Community Control of Schools tions, two important factors lican mayors in these Southern
be favored against Negroes when employers are hiring. It emerge: 1)) there was an unus- cities since Reconstruction. 9t
is color bias. A stupidity of long standing is that "white is The brutal mlseducation of Negro children is at the root of ually large Negro turnout in Seibels, a former BirminghamGOP
right; black stay back." the drive to decentralize some big city school systems in order this off-year election and 2)' City Councilman grabbedthe c
The usher at a downtown theatre is a Cuban refugee and can to bring them closer to the communities they serve. quite a lot of this heavy Ne- largest share of the Negro t
hardly speak English. A Negro with even elementary educationhas New York is now debating a far-reaching decentralization gro vote helped to elect GOP votes in the two races,comingout r
better qualifications. There are many other instances of plan. It was proposed by a special committee headed by Mc- candidates in important races with 41.3 of the Negro
this kind. George Bundy, president of the Ford Foundation on both city and state level. vote in Birmingham to Thomp C
So, when the writer in a daily newspaper article says that The plan calls for splitting the city's school system into 30 For the first time twenty- son's 25 percent in Macon. i
"The Cuban refugees are generally better qualified to hold or more districts each with its own boards, the majority of four years, Kentucky elected Increased successes for
white collar jobs," he is writing sheer nonsense He is kidding which would be chosen by the parents. Each of t h e s e local Republican Governor.As Gov Negro GOP candidates was also
whom? school boards would have the power to hire teachers and administrators ernor-elect, Louie B. Nunn, much in evidence in this'67
A month ago, this writer wrote the following for publica- select books, and determine policy. The present received approximately 38 ,election, with Judge William
tion, but withheld it for further information: central school board would have sharply reduced powers. percent of the Negro vote. W. Parker, WaterlooIowa,,
"From a reliable source, and the names canbe revealed, we Other cities are watching New York's actions very closely. Nunn's winning margin was leading his local ticket to victory -
have received information that several Government contrac- This is because they have similar problems. poor schools are 26,599 votes. This victory was with a winning plurality of t
tors, firms manufacturing goods for the U. S, Government, among the biggest reasons for the movement of middle-class complimented by the re-elec- 18,890 votes. Thisvictorymade
have rejected the employment of Negro citizens and employed whites to the suburbs. tion win of Mrs. Louise B, Judge Parker one of two .
Cuban exiles in disproportionate numbers. Negroes,'locked in by housing segregation and poverty,don't Reynolds, Negro GOP alder- Negro Judges in the Iowa Municipal 1t
"This is a flagrant disregard of citizenship rights, which have that option And they realize that unless their childrenare man from Louiseville, Ken- Court system Virgil l lE
must be deplored, and remedied at once given a first-class education, they too, will be trapped in tucky. Mrs. Reynolds is a Brownand John Kellogg won
"We have the names and addresses of these"patroltlc" lower-paying Jobs. As hopes for school integration dim, they strong advocate of Open Hous- seats on the Cleveland City
firms. And we would like to ask them, who are being killed are demanding that their children get the same educational ing legislation for the city. Council. In Bellefontaine, f
and maimed in Vietnam, American citizens, or the exiles that benefits white children enjoy. Another Democratic Ohio, two-term City Council t
have 'invaded' the labor market in Miami?" Local control might be one way of achieving this. Urban stronghold, Indianapolis, also member, Louis Ratleff, be-
There are instances where Cubans have specific training schools have become captives of a centralized educational saw a major victory for the came the first of his race to
which is lacking among some Negro applicants for employ- bureaucracy which has not been responsive to the needs of the GOP with the election of Rich- win election to the presidencyof
ment,. But to say that is generally the case is to express a half[ ghetto. Self-survival and resistance to change seem to have ard C. Lugar to the office of the City Council.Negro GOP
truth. become their main concern. mayor. The 35 year old Indian candidate, Wendell Stokes,
Those that practice racial discrimination in employment al- Involving parents in the running of the schools could end native and former Rhodes won his sixth consecutive two-
ways have an excuse when questioned many of the present abuses. Parents already have influenceover scholar attributed his win to, year term to the City Councilof
Dade's Equal; Opportunity Task Force should call employers, the schools in many areas, but in the ghetto they are ig "hard work and much personal Urbana, Ohio And in
Negro leaders, and educators together for a definite programto nored. parents ought to be heard, but that doesn't mean that contact with many Negro Springfield, Mar y s v Hie and
remove the inequities that are rampant in labor circles. extremists should be allowed to take over. voters in Indianapolis pre- London, Ohio,Negro GOP candidates t
Who doesn't know that there have been many instances where It would be a mistake to make the race of a teacher more cincts over the 1966 Congressional D nutrias Gardner- _
Negroes were replaced by Cuban exiles in Jobs that had been important than skill. And there is no such thing as "black elections was additional Clifford Brown and Allen J.:
held by Negroes for years? mathematics- -----_.11 -C'4.e---- 4hn...- -.Im... v.nt -I!lnv ,".M.'-1)....". .I" .'U.. ......A.,b..... ...{..... factor in, his electionwin. an Freeman won seats on the t
It is to be hoped that the growing garment industry in Greater schools more effective in teaching children the skills they will Board of Education and City
Miami will absorb thousands of Cuban exiles and thousandsof need, a well designed plan should keep extremists and racists Councils, respectively
Negroes that are in need of employment. (white and black), out of the schools. In other elections, Republicans Georgie Woods, well-known
Already there are over 350 clothing factories in operationin Teacher's attitudes are important, and some peple say that Southern, gained two mayors in Philadelphia deejay, won his'
this area.They are situated in two garment districts, north- white teachers won't work for ghetto school systems. But the Democratic- first election bid to that city's
western Miami and Hialeah. They employ more than 12,000 vhallenge of teaching undeprivileged children under the lead- ritory: Ronnie Thompson in Council on the GOP ticket,and
workers. Over 85 percent of them are Cubans. ership of sympathetic administrators and with the support of a ,Macon, Georgia and George Lorenzo Hill captured the office f
White employers must face realities. There is a shocking concerned community will appeal to many of the best teach- j Seibells in Birmingham, Alabama of Controller for the GOPin
lack of empathy on the part of some white employers to the ers. It is an Insult to their profession to assume otherwise. Both candidates cap Pittsburgh. ,
plight of the Negro seeking employment. Some of these em- The flexibility of the local boards is important to assure
ployers have not placed themselves in the position of the Ne- excellence. One year, for example, the community might de- Judge Stone Says Poverty
gro or other victims of racial bias. cide to pass up a paint Job for the schools and put the money : rt
The white employer, therefore, I n many instances is ill into new texts. Or it might choose to contract for special out- Program Mandatory
equipped to understand what's happening in the grass-roots side experts, or affiliate with a university. -
protests manifested by the sit-ins, stand-ins,peaceful picket- They would be able to choose teir own direction, and I would Senior Judge Donald E. Judge Stone stated"We
hope that they would choose to Stone of the Dade County Ju- have not tullyreal1zed the
ing and other public demonstrations of a disillusioned, frus- become models of excellence,
trated and almost desperate people.To acting as magnets to draw the middle classes back into the city venile Court and Dr. John M. great effect that the Antl-Poverty ./
improve the moral sensitivity of the public, we suggest so that real Integration could take plane. Presley, Director of the De- programs legislation has
that the Greater Miami Urban League, the new Dade's Equal Pd like to see ghetto schools become as important as teach- partment of Youth Services for had on the young people of tt
Opportunity Tasl Force,and otherconstructive groups, should ing hospitals are in medicine.The best hospitals are cnsider- Dade County made a trip to Dade County. It is mandatory
try to reach community leaders with such convincing programsthat ed to be those with university affiliation. Interns are drawn to Washington, Tuesday, Nov. 4, that we maintain these ser.
the leaders will understand what is happening and will be them because of the presence of the best doctors. seeking the support of South vices for our deserving citi
Induced to speak out for what is right, without offending any Why can't schools in the ghetto take that road? Master teach- Florida Congressmen for pas- zens. Programs such as
group. ers working with the most advanced educational tools could be j sage of the Anti-Poverty Bill. Operation Head Start and The
There are not too many Cubans living in Miami that cannotbe Joined by enthusiastic young teaching Interns the very brightest I,Conferences were held with Day Care Nursery offer the t
Congressman Dante
helped by employment in areas where Negroes do not have new graduates--to turn these neglected schools into show- Fascell best pathway to future better
to be replaced or excluded. The Cubans can be absorbed, and places of excellence. and Congressman Claude Pepper education and job opportunities -
large numbers of them are already obsorbed, into the econo- This may not happen with local control, but it surely isn't who indicated strong sup for all persons as first- /
my of this area. going to happen under the present system. port of the very worthwhile ad- class citizens, they must not
The tragedy of these people, the manner in which they were I ministration uroeram. be cut bark".
It
forced to give up their homeland, Jobs and all their posses- I It
sions, can not be cast.aside lightly. 7. ," ,
That the United States Government has been able to help -
\
these refugees financially and that some industries have been \ S
able to absorb them, is a great humanitarian accomplishment
that is not begrudged by any American citizen. But employersmust
make efforts to prevent bitterness of those deprived of
employment, by adhering to fair and equal employment prac
tices. ;

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THE ORANGE BLOSSOM CLASSIC SATURDAYThe

L1;; L. ,4/T krnLLT
Orange Blossom Classic, founded in 1933, long before ...( 4 ') -'
all the players this year were born, celebrates its annual pageantry -
on Saturday in the Orange Bowl. I
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As over 45,000 spectators will be in attendance, there will
be those that will trek from as far as New York to see the post .
college football season spectacular. We haven't seen one in 14 '
years, but each year since we saw our last one, we have plan-
ned to come down to Miami for the classic.In .

meeting Grambling,the Rattlers will be facing a team that 'w,. M t
will extend them, as Grambling has won eight and lost only one 1 r1 Ip
game this season. That was the one they lost to Jackson State.
Florida A&M, having lost only one, too and won seven, has
one of Coach Gaither's very best teams.The loss the Rattlers
suffered from Tennessee State was a victorious one. .'
Coach Pete Griffin will be in charge on Saturday night, since {
one of the nation's greatest football coaches,Jake Gaither, has M
been incapacitated. But he will be there, Dr. Gore told us, if I 1
the coach's doctor permits the trip.
Boys to watch Saturday night, Gramblin's 250-pound line-
backer, Ernest Sterling;Robert Atkins, the 6-4 end and speedy p
?ft' THE PHYSICIAN PR.DONALD CATCH OF BEAUFORT SAID f
guard Henry Davis. With the Rattlers, watch for action from COUNTY
220-pound split end John Eason; defensive halfback, Major :: HE KNEW OF EIGHT NEGRO CHILDREN, INCLUDING THREE IN A SINGLE 7
Hazelton and defensive guard Rudolph Sims. I's FAMILY WHO DIED FROM WORMS AND OTHER PARASITES IN HIS
The game will be televised as far as in New York, Phila- 1.it AREA BEFORE HE STOPPED COUNTING FIVE YEARS AGO. 1r
"
delphia, Washington, D. C., Baltimore and Atlanta,by p. Bal- W4 *1F EIGHT WHITE CHILDREN BEAUFORT COUNTY HAD DIED OF
lantine & Sons. See you at the cradle of the pros, the Orange i PARASITES SOMETHING MOULD HAVE BEEN DONE LONG AGO" iLI 1
Blossom Classic Saturday night. j.ii OR. CATCH SAID. A TREATMENT PROGRAM BEGINNING UNDER THE 1w'
'i SPONSORSHIP THE STATE BOARD OF HEALTH, HE SAID:


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6 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday. December 1, 1967

Wit Robert J. Cunningham becamo a Hocopter pilot on I

November 21, at Army Aviation School,Fort ckncoadfeiyktd
Rucker, Alabama He is home on leave before -
IIT'S reporting for duty in Vietnam. 1J

REDDINGrc .. .
W/0 Cunningham lives i with his wife, .
Alean and his two daughters, Melannie and
Audrey in Opa-locka.
ORANGE BLOSSOM CLASSIC TIMEI! The Community "
welcomes you to her heart with all the warmth and fervor Janet Moore of Schenectady, N. Y. is vacationing BY PRISCILLA
which she accords to the homecoming of her own sons and I n the warm tropical sun shine in 1

daughters, among whom you are numbered by adoption duringthe Miami. Janet is the granddaughter of Mr. During the past week the entire nation celebrated the day
next few days. We are indeed grateful that you are here. Edward Bogie. known as Thanksgiving.As .
We hope you will enjoy yourselves and that you will returnto your community reporter I wish that each and everyonehad
The Girl Scout Council Troojcal Florida held its Annual
your homes with pleasant recollections of what you have holiday.
Council Meeting at the Everglades School for girls, Tuesday, a splendid
seen and done here. We greet you not as strangers, not as House guest of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Redding (Eddie), 14620
more acquaintances, but as friends. We want you to know that Nov. 23.Mrs. Street were Erma Holmes, Delores Franklin
member of Polk Leverne
Russell B. Carson of Fort Lauderdale, a
we will do everything in our power to make your stay plea- Franklin and little
and
Franklin Alphonzo Miss
Shelvie
the National Board of Directors of the Girl Scouts of the USA
sant one. To be host to such a gathering is an honor of which from Jacksonville.
and Chairman of the Juliette Low Region VI Committee was Holmes,
any community might well be proud. at Miami Killian Senior
the featured Thursday, evening, High School the
speaker.In .
Miss Rosanna Lewis friend and of Mrs. Maude
houseguest
home of the Cougars held it's first "powder Puff"
Prescod and her daughter, Ismaye Prescod who is visiting our her address "The Vital Role of the Volunteer made one game. The girls plan to make this an annual event.

city for the holidays, suffered a heart attact on Friday, Nov. proud to be a part of theG.S.movement. Too bad, so many of Miss Cheryal Matthews of 14520 Harrison Street, wish to
24, after her arrival here.She was immediately taken to Jack- you Just couldn't make it. Among those elected members at thank each and everyone who made her birthday party a success.
son Memorial Hospital and to date is recuperating. Miss Lewisis large, Board of Directors were Robert H. Simms and your The group of local residents who own the shopping centerin
a co-worker of Ismaye who is with the Department of Army columnist. our community is concerned about the atmosphere which
Recreation Program in Europe. With the help of the Divine Creator, I shall strive to be a center Those
exists in the shopping namely: conditions creat-
The family of Mrs. Ella Pinder surprised her with birth- capable, conscientious and humble member. I am grateful to the
ed through lottering on property, drinking, gambling, making
day dinner on Friday, November 17. ather home, 1601 NW 65 you.Zeta uncomplimentary remarks customers of the area etc.
St. She was presented with a money tree made by daughter Phi Beta Sorority's Southeastern Regional convened We, the owners, have gone to the expenses of cutting,down
Florine Welch, special reading teacher at Holmes. Many other the Voyager Hotel, Daytona Beach during the Thanksgiving the trees which seemed to have afforded refuge for this unde-
beautiful gifts were given to the honoree.Attending were Livingston weekend.
sirable element and a congregating place.We .
and Nellie, Gilbert and Vivian, Richard and Florine Miami's Zetas chartered a bus for the event.
have informed the Sheriffs Department of the conditionsand
Welch Mrs. Hazel Lozine. Asquith and Thelma McDonald
Yssa. Joan C. Thompson of Miami and Ruth Hart of Ft. Lauderdaleof have been assured that the department will begin work on
Who the problem and will periodically patrol the area.
Bethune-Cookman College are candidates for Who's
Little Amelia Dames, daughter 0 f Wilfred and Mildred
Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. Your comments and/or suggestions are warmly invited.
Dames entertained friends at her home Sunday,November 26,
with a birthday party. Attending the Testimonal Dinner at the Deauville, last Fri- The Miami Killian High School, invites you to attend their

Among students who arrived for the Thanksgiving holidayswere day, were Rev. and Mrs.. L,Shipp, Mr. and Mrs. John(Eve- annual Football Banquet which will take place in the school

Norman Bullard, II, Cheryl Ferguson Thaddeus Mc- lyn) Souter and Mrs. A. Gabriel. cafeteria, December 6, at 7:30: p.m. Donation $2.00. You may
Donald. purchase tickets from Mr. Willie Redding, 14620 Polk St., or
call 2354465.
Mrs. Susan Thurston of New York City is visiting her niece

and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. J. Hartman Taylor at their THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK:

Brownsville home. If you would increase your happiness and prolong your life, :'w
Here from Darlington, South Carolina is Mrs. Ernestine forget your neighbor's faults. Forget all the slander you have r
M.'nce to visit her cousin, Mrs. J. R. (AlleneTaylor.Mrs. ) ever heard. Forget the temptations. Forget the fault finding, FASHIONSBy
Raymond (Lena) Heastie was the winner at the Annual and give a little thought to the cause which provoked it. For-
Calendar Tea sponsored by St. Agnes Episcopal Church on get the peculiarities of your friends, and only remember the 1 11

Sunday, November 26. Congratulations. .good points which make you fond of them. Forget all personal 1 1 VIVIAN WHITE
Isabel Young says "thanks to everyone for the many deedsof quarrels or histories you may have heard by accident, and ;t
kindness shown to me during my illness." whictvif repeated, would seem a thousand times worse than :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: -'
Jack Crowder, son of Mr.Ernest Crowder and Mrs. Tressieof they arexBlot out as far as possible all the disagreebles of
Los Angeles has been receiving rave reviews on his per- life; they will come, but will only grow larger when you re- TAKE-OFF TACTS THAT WORK
formance in "Hello Dolly." The Times (New York) Clive member them, and the constant thought of the acts of meannessor

Barnes called Jack Best voiced .. personable and bubbling- worse still, malicp,will only tend to make you more familiar Have a reason to be trim Constantly renew your deter-
ly spontaneous with them Obliterate everything disagreeable from yester- minaton.
The six-day study of "The Effect of Discrimination Upon day; write upon today's clean sheet those things lovely and Weigh once each week On the same scale and at the
Children and Youth" sponsored by the National Conference of loveable. same time of day. Remember,you weigh less first thing in the
Christian and Jews began Sunday at Miami Beach. Leaves of Gold morning.

Representatives of, "youth-serving" agencies throughoutthe Alter your clothes as you lose weight and inches. .
country will participate in the annual conference this Wonderful for morale.

year at the Sea Gull Motel. Eat all meals on time. .. skipping or skimping leads to high
Alexine Delancy attended homecoming activities at Shaw p---------- calorie nibbling.

University, at Raleigh, N. C. I WE NEED 1 Eat slowly. Enjoy each bite.
Mr. Emrnerson Lewis Jetted in from Philadelphia to be at Free EstimatesOver 1 Bake,broil, boil, or roast all meats.Do not fry. Remove all
the bedside of his sister, Rosanna who is a patient at Jackson. 10 year experience :SEWING MACHINESI 1 visible fat.

Friends of Tara Stuart, secretary at Miami Northwestern, 1
I BUY ALLMAKES
CARPET CLEANINGWall Eat vegetables raw or cooked in small amount of salted
are to her at desk
happy see after a stay at Mount Sinai Hospital & 1
to Wall I MODELS water. Eat fresh
fruits or those packed without sugar, or re-
I I duce size of
Retired Labor officer and former Commissioner John V. Arnold A, Davis, Prop. serving

Brown of Nassau died Saturday, November 25, after a linger- Phone:6355043Day I Call :1 Add flavor with salt,pepper,spices, vinegar, lemon, or non-

ing Illness. or Night : i calorie sweetners. Chopped parsley or bit of onion add flavor
Cleo and Russ Jollivette spent the Thanksgiving holidayswith 625-1261 :
their sister, Gina and her husband, Ronald Frazier in I 1 Include free foods that contain few calories bouillion,
Washington, D. C. While JimandFranChambers spent their ---------.1 I raw green vegetables, sugar free gelatin, plain tea or coffee.

holidays with Jim's ailing mom Mrs. Mattie Chambers at
,
Restrict gravies, candy, cream, oils, fats, cream sauces
Bluefield, West Virginia.Mr. and salad dressings, unless dietetic.
and Mrs. R. C. (Sylvia) Lambert spent the weekend in HOMER HAWKINS ANNOUNCES THE
Albany, Georgia. Remember that liquor and soft drinks offer little food value

Among those departing for Nassau to attend the funeral of GRAND OPENINGOF other than calories.

Mr. J. V. Brown are Mr.Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. Birb Wallace Every day eat some of the basic foods meat, fish, or

poultry, eggs, vegetables, milk, bread, fats, fruits, sugars,
Get well wishes to Mrs. Annie Rule at Mercy; Eric Harrowat Th and desserts. You need these protective foods each day for essential -

Jackson; Gloria Nelson at home after surgery at St. Fran- proteins, vitamins, and minerals.
THE
cis; Robert Jackson at home; Mrs. Enid Reese at Christian;
Mose Russell, Community Hospital; and George Ingraham at Eat familiar foods in smaller amounts. learn to count
Jackson. calories. watch the size of portions and learn to sub-
THERESAFLORIST stitute low calorie
-I"*." foods.
\ DID YOU KNOW'? Dean of fashion designers -
is 67-year-old Ann Lowe of New York DIETING LOSES POUNDS EXERCISING LOSES INCHES.

.. City, who has been creating beautiful dres-
".' ses and hand-made flowers since she was a Once desired weight is reached. keep it by your new eating -

child of six. Her latest honor-- Ann Lowe habits.

designed the dresses for the girls who attended
AT ITS NEW LOCATION
the Junior Assemblies, most exclusive -

i of all parties for debutantes. SUN DAY, DEC. 3 2-6 P.M" A Gala
I StupU4t 7Mb(
5841 NW nth AVENUE
Aside from
L designing dresses for girls
attending three Junior Assemblies, Mrs. Lowe, who has sec- (Yi Block North of Range Funeral Home) Mrs. Reginald Payne Both amazement and com-
ond and third generation customers, will also be well-repre- EXPERT FUNERAL DESIGNS (Hurtle) was given a surprise prehension were registered on
sented by debutantes at other parties.Dr. birthday party by her family the guest of honor's face whenon
Mary Olivia Ross of Detroit was in our city to speak at Complete Line of: November 4. she finally arrived home and

the dinner sponsored by Florida Memorial College in honor ARTIFICIAL ARRANGEMENTS Amid f est i v e decorations was g l' e e t e d by the friendly

of Rev. J. A. F. Finlayson, president of the Florida General PLANTS CORSAGES" . .. which include a huge birthday conspirators .
Baptist Convention. Dr.Ross is president of the Women's cake, a bird of paradise cen-
iliary of the National Baptist Convention. '.WEEKS*'" ter
Aux'I'I o piece, bouquets of flowers, A highlight of the evening
"Know Your Neighbor Panel" at Mt. Sinai Baptist 'ClASir t t* pumpkins and turkeys, ap- was a unique game in which the
on Sunday was superb.Thanks to the panel, Mrs. Dorothy Peo- proximately one hundred participants were asked to
ples and Ws. Elizabeth Mack. CORSAGES guests celebrated theoctake famous comic strip

Laura Bethel has returned fromNewYork City after visit caslon. names from a box. The object

with her father who is critically ill after an accidental fire ;Watch for Our Money Saving"Specials Each Week, ,. Prior to the hour of the was to find one's mate(win-
where in he suffered severe burns and smoke inhalation. Your party, members of the familyners for the game were Mutt

prayers are asked. Phone 693-4531 deliberately escorted Mrsandjeff>-
Payne on a series of
Juanita Moore, who won an Oscar nomination for her role tions visita-
in "Imitation of Life," has been signed by producer George Night 621-6056 friends to the homes of her Mrs. Payne and members of
where she found each the family wish to thank all who
Sherman as a guest star in the "MamaJolie" episode of Ivan
preparing to go out for the made this birthday a most
Tor's "Gentle Ben" which goes before the cameras this week. evening
memorable event.



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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, December 1, 1967 7

Sam and Dave's'Stax 'Memphis Sound" Makes National TV Debut

recording artists Sam tilled million seller, were Dave's new Stax album, is already recording "Soul Man" which
and Dave, who last week received guests on the Mike Douglas on the nation's best sel- reached the number One position
1 77BY an RIAA certified (told: show early in November. ling album listings following in in Cashbox and Record
record for their million sel- "Soul Men," Sam and the footsteps of their single World Magazine charts. i

r ling "Soul Mm," will make -- --- --_. .. .,,' '." ...-
their national television debut
/
with a series of Impressive
appearances lined up over the

next week. ?LTLi
STANLEY "SWEETS" SwEETING The duo appeared on the ;
NBC-TV late night Johnny
LINE-0-TYPE Carson Show on Tuesday,Nov
28. They segue to Philadelphia
THE LITTLE RED BOOK: The Egelloc civic-social group for a taping of the syndicated
held its Cocktail Time in the PanAmericanRoom Mike Douglas Show on December aa
of the Sheraton Ambassador last 4, and tins on to New York

Sunday (Nov. 26) .. Remember "Sleepy I the following day where they
Time Gal," the sexy-voiced radio persona will tape a pilot film for The i d r
lity of a few years agone? Well, she's back, Bitter End series, producedby %
and aied over Alan Margolis' WMBMfrom Fred Weintraub, who also ___
midnight to three ayem, broadcasting from produced the Popendipity I
Abbe's Restuarant on the Beach. One se- special recently seen on ABC- Tbi i

week down and one more to go for Glenn .
Jovington, (the Julliard grad and 20-year TV.Sam and Dave are the sec- '" '''\ '. ; i "

veteran of show biz) in Harry's American ond stax. Volt "Memphis ,''" I..:.,\ >":.'J. 'J!, :/:'J,, ,, ..:..'.'..1..,\. ,,."."
Show Room at the Eden Roc WAMC'sformer Sound" recording artists to ... '- ..,j '. ,.li 't" "t' ; 'i'11'; :
.., ., \ .iSi."d1" : ."
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late-hour disc Jock Rockin' Rogers now in Orlando appear on national television --- -
seeking greener pastures. in a month's time. Booker T Eastern Stars Celebrate Seventh Anniversary
and the MG's, the popular Stax i
NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Singer Johnny Mithis near-brawl instrumental group whose The Second Supreme No. State of Florida; Lucille Mil ters Flueller Fludd,Susie Mo-
with "Queen Mary" ringsider, who heckled him while Mathiswas "Green Onions" also is a cer- 4 Order of Eastern Star cele- ler, Worthy Matron; Susie ment, Leola Narron, Alberta t
singing in the grand ballroom during the big ship's final brated their seventh anniversary Hawkins, Associate Matron; Williams, Bernice Galtor,
cruise. .Former boxing champ Beau Jack has bit part in the SIGMA GAMMA RHO Nov. 10-12,at St.Matthew Pauline Boyd, treasurer; Roxanna Myers, Luvene
Frank Sinatra smash flick "Tony Rome"... Noble Sissle(he OBSERVES FOUNDERSDAY Free Will Baptist Church.The Louise McGrlff, Marie Childs. Barry, Rose Chappell.
married Miami bathing beauty Ethel Watkins) former band church was filled to capacityand Sisters not shown are I
leader and veteran sbowlD.1D-partneroltheonce-tamousstage everyone enjoyed the sermon Second row standing are Martha Jackson Myrtle Jones,
team of Sissle and Blake, now reported penning his memoirs. The Gamma Delta Sigma delivered by Rev. W. M. Sisters Fannie Simmons,Nettle Maggie Williams,Ernestine i

Chapter of Sigma Gamma Rho Davis. Graham, Gladys Thomas, Hubbard, Virginia Thomas,
Sorority observed its Founders Annie Mae Padgett, Catherine Lillian Butler, Elizabeth But- i
SALT WATER TAFFY: As proof to the skeptics that the kids Day with Vesper at the Shown above seated left to Parker, Ida Mae Rodwell, ler, Bessie Irvin, Amanda
must have something John Lennon of the Beatles now penning Willie Mae Barry, Agnes
,
Range Funeral Chapel on Sunday right are Sisters Ella White, Ponder, Jeanette Brown, Sis
some songs for the versatile Barbra Streisand .There's a Nov. 12. The 6:00 p.m. Mattie Gerald, Lena Hill lard, Bradshaw, Dorothy Mungin, ter Westbrood, Sister Jones,
Negro female worker at Jackson Memorial assigned to its ceremony attracted an appre- recording secretary; Beulah Betty Wallace and Lillian Adriana McKissick,Marie At-
Indigent Program named Frances Reeves. .Florida A & M Webb.
ciative audience of friends and Watson financial secretary; taway and Blanche GartreU-
and its Orange Blossom Classic opponent, Grambling College well wishers along with the Mary Arline, Grand Matron Back row standing are Sis- Johnson photo. r
of Louisiana, have supplied more players to the pro ranks than membership.The .
any other university excepting Notre Dame of South Bend.

female greek organization -
THE WEEK'S WASH: Dr. Martin Luther King ignoring
of Sigmas,founded in 1922
medics who order surgery to clear an intestinal blockade .
presented an i n s p 1 r i n g program
Is Evelyn O'Dell now Mrs.Evelyn Cooper?? ? Jesse and Cleo with Rev. R.L. Wood- E ::1RDJ: Nil/ '8.A.
Jackson are expecting their 4th in January.. Si John lounge
fork the Founders
presenting t t
long-time favorite barmadam Darnell Ward has been Mrs. CHRISTK.A.S TRADITION Y
Day Vesper message, along
Herman prescott for about a year, now .. And popular bar-
with a number of other Items,
tender Ernest
Bellamy'skidneyshapedswimmingpoolsharesthe
including musical renditionsfor
same calendar time Sammy Davis Jr opens at New the occasion.
York's Copa January 4. -

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THANK YOU .
HOME ON THE RANGE: Sharing in the victory celebrationwith : : 16tif

Commissioner M. Athalie Range after she won an elected Mrs. Ethel Bledsoe wishesto ; :- ,
4-year seat on Miami's city governing body last Tuesday included express her sincere appreciation .' : '

: Atty Henry Arrington,W. O. perry, MiltonButterball) to all of you for cards, '1\\ BY>I Y.... TIME FITTED BODICE SLIP .
Smith, the Dave(Male) Bondus, Robert Paul Young Lovell flowers, donations and per- .:. .
Richardson m, the D. W. Wilson,James(Buster)Collie, Eu- sonal visits during her long .. : For an unbroken, smooth line-nylon tricot full sltps.

gene Kemp, Joseph Kershaw, Fernley Taylor, the Jefferson hospital confinement due to an Basics for any wardrobe. Left to right'

Reaves; Mesdames Shadrach Ward,Lillian Eve-Sawyer,Cleo- auto accident. : ; Embroidered key trim on bodice, hem.
mie Allen-Smith, Annette McNeal,Juanita Finley-Matthews, Special thanks to the North
Iris K, Johnson. Miami General Hospital staff White. 32-42 average, 32-38 short, $4
and nurses for their special Sk. t''!;' Lined lace bodice, hem.

STUFF AND SUCH: Do you think the FrankSinatra-Mla Far- nursing care, also the LPN >' ,. : Satin finish White,

row split and the Sammy Davis Jr-Mai Britt ditto were inspired Organization and the Angelic candlelight. 32-42 average,
by. the fact that both wives' first names are so closely Social Club. The Greater
32-36 short. $7 Lined lace bodice
related-MIA and MAI. ? ? ? Atty James and Hazel Matthews Bethel AME Church, joint I }
back from an Orlando Thanksgiving...Look Alikes: TV per- usher boards, clubs, and mis- hem. White, black.
sonality Orson Bean (To Tell The Tuth) and Jackson Memorial -' sionaries, Rev. Cousin Rev. 32-40 average, 32-36 short $6
hospital's young administrative assistant(dep'tofPath- Macon, Rev. Hicks, Rev. S. L.
ology) Fred J. Cowell. Add November Birthdays: Thomas Gay for offering prayer at bed- 5 R If f

(Slim) Bannister, 22nd. j I
side.May God bless all of you for b daywear lingerie,

SWEET TREATES: Irony: Jackson Memorial LPN Essie bringing a blessing to me. ) second floor DOWNTOWN MIAMI
> (at all 7 Burdme's stores)
Thompson bedded at Baptist Cleomie WardBloomfieldbroke
her left little toe Eugene and Bert Duncombe to Ethel Bledsoe
clebrate their 19th wedding anniversary Dec. 18 Their s
celebration will include their son Kenneth Jr with a planned f
"Any where In the world
visit to Nassau. .George and Paul Golden and sister Marian you wont to go"
Golden-Smith lost their mother Mrs. Mabel Golden in Mt. Sinai t
hospital last Friday. Mrs. Beatrice Watkins bedded in T7CKH3 tafT
Jackson Memorial. It'O MOlle tlr


MIAMI MUSINGS: Young Dwight Duncombe won the North ffeI1t'ftnI7UYEL 4

Miami Beach's Optimist Club's sportsmanship trophy among 4iUUIOYou

the 115-lb footballers, during the annual Cranberry Bowl game Neighborhood Travel, 4':
played between Opa-locka and North Miami Beach Nov. 23 at ,
Allen Park field. Stacy Lovett decked down in heavilylidded Ag.nts" II

mascara ?Former Miami schoolmarm Edna Walton nee A. near to you at your
Rollins down from Hollywood (Fla) for a Turkey Day family telephone. Give ut a call.We .
visit. you'll find Enid Reese, Burdines-Miami Beach em- deliver. 1104 NW 3rd
Ave. FR 98451. Choi. C.
ployee, in Room 44 at Christian Memorial. North, Manager.


CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: Madam Cherry Anna Mills and
i
her Jolllettes Charity group take their annual Xmas dance
.
(Dec. 15) to Bayfront park's audit. Incidently, the Jollietes HOUSE LEAKS? ';'i. _' .......

gifted the burned-out Shorter family with two boxes of Turkey Have No Fear .- \.

Day goodies...bourne D.Carey had his locked auto thefted '." w :,'''{, 1\, 1I
from his premises. No trace to date.. Visiting the Thomas Call BEST

(Portia) Bannisters from LBJayville for two weeks are Mae The Leak Expert '. } ,' 1'r
Gardner and Mrs. B's brother Clifton Jordan and wife Julia Quick Service '. "

Dorsey Jr High PE instructor Julia Smith-Tynes (Eta phi BEST ROOFING
Beta prez) represented her chapter at the regional in Tulsa,
COMPANY
Okla That's it brother, from your one-man newspaper, .
who knows everybody and everybody's racket,but who saw the 693-3765 ..pen monday through ttaturday .; 'ri
way that Northwestern High filly looked at her beaumeo after 980 NW 79th Street 'III 0:30 p.m. i
she learned that he was "fathering" a couple of offsprings up
No Job Too Small
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B THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 1, 1967

Philadelphia Schools to Teach



Negro History

Philadelphia School Superintendent demonstrators. More than 50 history and the right to wear
1 Mark B. Shedd has persons were arrested and African garb to class.
agreed that Afro-American more than a score injured,including -
history be taught in the high spectators and police The superintendent defended
schools of that city-one of 14 men. the wearing of African
demands made by Black Power Shedd was presented a 14- dress such as flowing,brightly
.demonstrators outside his office demand manifesto by about 80 colored gowns, so long as
Nov. 17. of the demonstrators.He made it is worn "in taste with sin-
Negro history Is now being public only the one on NegroMr. cerity."
F11II
taught to about 300 public -

school teachers, Shed caM, Dr. King to Receive 22nd
and "I think we can forsee, I
possibly next year, the offerIng -
i Honorary DegreeAtlanta
of a selective on African

ii history." Ga.-The University cepted a Doctorate of Social
Shedd said what the 300are
of Newcastle Upon Tyne in Science at the AmsterdamFree
learning now, however, is
England conferred the honorary University in Holland.
aimed primarily at giving
of Doctor of Civil
them a broader understandingand degree The President of the Southern
Law on Dr.Martin Luther King
for Integration into cur. Christian Leadership
llt rent courses.He Jr. on Monday, Nov. 13. Conference earned his doctor-
i Senate of the Universityhas
said the course consistsof The ate in Systematic Theology at
resolved to award the de-
a weekly lecture on the Ne- Boston University in 1955. He

pause for light conversation resulted/ In an internationally distinguished groupat gros cultural roots, adding in gree the at afternoon.aSpeclalCongregation A luncheon in went on to lead the famous
the International that more teachers volunteered Montgomery Bus Boycottin
Reception sponsored by The Coca-Cola
the
Company, during re- Dr. King's honor will precedethe
to take it than could be 1955-56 and
ac-
helped found
cent convention of the National Council
of
Negro Women in Washington, D. C. congregation at the Uni-
commodated.
SCLC in 1957. In addition for
Standing with Council President Dorothy I. Height (center), are (left to right} Some 3,500 Negro high versity.It his work,including in 1964 No-
Harold Hamilton, The Coca-Cola Company; Lady Sara Lou Harris Carter, wife of the school students cut classes to will be awarded the 22nd lathe honorary civil bel Prize for Peace.
Ambassador from Guyana Miss take part in the Nov..17 demon- degree
; Height;Playwright Ossie Davis and his wife
actress rights leader, clergyman and He will be accompanied to
Ruby Dee. Mr. Davis and stration, which ended in a
Miss Dee
artists for the
guest reception, presented dramatic author, and the second he has London and Newcar Upon
readings. club-swinging free-for-allt
between_the police and the received from a European in Tyne by Rev.Andrew J.Young,
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stitution. In 1965 Dr. King ac Executive Director of SCLC.


Tampa Gets Award For

A I'ii I

Community Relations

Cody Fowler,chairmanof
: 6 the Mayor' Bi-Racial
Committee, and Rev. A. Leon
.
Lowry, chairman of its action e .1 dh
d
arm, the City of Tampa Com
mission of Community Relations '
accepted the $1,000 3 t
Lane Bryant Group Award on

t ,,\\ etGto. \ta \' the behalf Lane of their Bryant organization Annual at

\ \. Awards luncheon held at The

Plaza hotel, New York City,
i. \tee.
on Nov. 30th.Raphael .
Malsin, president
of Lane Bryant, Inc:,made the
\ ..
presentation before an audience -
of more than 350 educators REV. A. LEON LOWRY

Into the wild world of today's turned- business, government leaders.officials and tional and civic opportunitiesof

Negro citizens. As a direct
The Mayor's Bi-Racial result, Tampa now enjoys Integration
fists
ready pound-
on-teens..wliirling; legs, Committee was formed In 1959 In most areas, including
well before the historic
and tensions..comes the Supreme Court decisions on public facilities
ing tempos new
civil rights, by a group of men (parks, pools, beaches); private
establishments (motels,
teacher-strong and fe hip enough to determined the economic to concretely, educa-improve theatres and, schools.restaurants); hospitals


demand that they KEl: HI cool it..and -

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1 r w BASIN ST.EAST .







tu, BY DAVE BONDU
Sunrise Blvd. & 17th Ave.


That time has come. Classic time, that is. I attended the FT. LAUDERDALE
luncheon given for the press last Tuesday at the Everglades s
Hotel's and Master of Ceremonies was
Banyan Room, acting as
Dr. George Gore, president of host college,Florida AIM Uni- Fri.-Sat.Sun.
versity. Dr. Gore introduced the persons who will be respon-

sible for this years activities,and Parada Marshall, William ( e TABLES FREE
Stirrup, who has his hands full making sure that everything d4 r SHOWTIME 11 P.M.
will! como off on time The parade will begin at 12:30 p.m. Saturday e a e Dee I-2.3 AND 1 A.M.
after assembling at Manor Park. The route will be up
NW 17 Ave. to 62 St. East 62 to 15 Ave. North on 15 to
on M - .PRESENTING _ _
71 St., to 12 Ave., and disband at Northwestern High School.
Friday's parade starts at 12:30 p.m. at the Court House on
Fla ler Street wast to Biscayne Boulevard; south to First St., Classic! Supersonic
West to N. E. Second Ave., South to Dupont Plaza parking lot
where they will disband. Of course, the great football game
between FAMU Rattlers and the Grambling Tigers will be ex-
citing. One of the favorites every year is the half-time show Soul Revue .
which promises to be the best yet, and the pre-game show *
which will feature Marching 100"and special guests The Aretha Sings For CokeRadio
Junkanoo parade" from Nassau.I could go on like tps all day,
but I think I should Just remind you to get yom.:tickets now and audiences can now hear the nation's top rhythm and
have a ball. blues singer, Aretha Franklin, singing the famous Jingle for The Percy Sledge
Coca-Coa. Aretha is the latest addition to a_special group of
What with the elections over, and almost everybody happy entertainers who sing,"Things Go Better With Coke," in their
about the outcome, we are on the road to progress. Mrs. own distinctive style.
Range, Mr. Clark and Mr. Ferre won without a run-off, and Freddy Scott
"our girl's" victory was so great! One lady told me, "I voted The.commercials for Coke by Aretha vary In length from 60
for Mrs. Range didn't know who to vote for Mayor and I to 90 seconds and may be heard on radio stations across the
'didn't know anything about that Commissioner, so I Just voted nation.
for Mrs. Range and got out there."I attended three victory J CLASSIC SPECIALWhen ,
parties that night. ..missed the food at each one and ate pic- Aretha's recordings are continuously at the top of record
kles all night. Among those seen congratulating Mrs. Range poll listings. Only recently, Aretha set anall-timeattendance
were*. Attorney Henry Arrington, Attorney Gwendolyn Cherry, mark at the Regal Theatre in Chicago.
WAME's Butterball, Mr.and Mrs.NatDowntown Barber Shop)
Vaughn, Annette McNeal, Faithful Blanche Calloway, Metro /
Judge Arthur McGinnis, defeated candidate Thomas: Washington -

Hendrix Berns, George Kilpatrick, Kenneth Williams, Clyde Killen's Special
Myra Catcher, Attorney and Mrs. Donald Wheeler Jonesnow
Judge Jones) and lots more folk including Charlie Austin and 'rr
his group. ,At Steve Clark's party we ran,into Earl Carroll,
Charlie Hadley and of course two or three thousand folks. Mau-
rice Ferre's party was in the 100 Building and Sepia Mayor
Tannie Dean 'was playing host. Kenneth William managed to
reach each party Just minutes after we did,and all in all it wasa
night of food, booze, congratulations and good cheer for the AT THE
'three popular candidates. And that takes care of, that. SIR JOHNHOTEL KNIGHT BEAT ,
f
STARRINGTHE
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PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Annie Rivers A
Percy ManLove s Benny
PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Manni Costa A

VIP OF THE WEEK: Rev. Alonzo Anderson s Sledge *. Lattimore '

Worm $ Tender Love Its Just A Matter of
MOTHER OF THE WEEK: Mrs. Peggy Green
Timer


Somebody asked me why I don't say something about the
EOPL What could I say that has not already been splashed all
over the newspapers? We know that there is not any money.
We know that somebody wrote a letter to the "man" in the
State Capitol. We know that there is some kind of investigationgoing '
on. We know that Congressmen in Washington are squabbling a Lisa E is Foreman
over the money. We know that the poverty program has
become a political football. We know that the newspapers are
having a field day, and that someone is trying to chop off the
heads of two persons in administration. We know that there IA
I are a lot of variations and rumors flying around. We know that

the EOPI workers now need: help, themselves: We know, : that, \ I "
all should not suffer while this investigation is going on. We S I :'J' .
r II I' ,
know that if, for instance, a policeman does something wrong, I ,r .J ._ .
he is suspended temporarily until the investigation is over, but Woman
the whole police force is not stopped.All of this you have read, Hel ene Will Do' .
in the papers or heard on TV. sooo,what else can I say about }
the poverty program that you don't know already??? SmithTh For She Freddy

Loves ,
QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: The Esquires, Mona Lisa,E. ESQUIRE' .MWMUM. Hrp Scotf'
Lois Foreman, The Brown Bomber, and Gee Gee Latang will
do the show honors at the Knight Beat when Clyde Killens holds With the big hit tune "Get On Up"

his "after Orange Blossom Classic Tim"show,Saturday,De- ......., ,.v.--.v.f't<6.
cember 2. Better nuke your reservations now, and don't sayI 'l : K, A
:
didn't tell you so when you can't get in. Folk have already j { = Two Binds

started arriving from the cold Nawth for the Classc. Carl- Percy Sledge's 8-
ing Black Label Beer representative, Ed Jenkins,is in town
orchestra.
piece Freddie
and doing a promotion Job for his company. He is hoping that
everybody will be "drinking his suds"during Classic time and Scott's Kinfolk's
will find It is as good as they say on the can and stick with it Y orchestra.
thereafter .. The voice of tomorrow, Jeff Addams, is at the
Rancher Lounge for an unlimited engagement.Go up and dig
him when you're out ..Justa reminder that the North-South ADMISSION
Golf Tourney is scheduled for Feb.13 thru 17. Crossway Air-
port Motel Is headquarters...Bouquets to Charlie Hadley for FRI. SAT. SUN.Nickie .

his appointment to the Civil Service Board;to Earl Carroll on $2.50 $3.50 $2.50
Ggj
1 the Zoning Board and to Donald Wheeler Jones on becoming La The Lee

a Municipal Judge. It couldn't happen to three nicer guys .' Tange { Host and M.C.
While I'm congratulating let's not forget County Manager,Por- with
ter Homer. He has a beautiful receptionist in his office, and The Greatest Dancing
she is a Negro. and the Bush Family for being the family nstructor'AN s Special Sunday '
every year,in our book . The Jimmy Burns tournamentis
Saturday,the 2nd,too.If r you are out before parade time, THE'' MAN 1 HIS Teenage Matinee 4 te 7
in this
ride out and see the players worthy scholarship benefit '
Coli X373=331t1'1or Res rva fun
which honors a fine man That Is it for this week. Till the w" ADMISSION
1a/ltltft fiY4Y 'TobUi Now ,
next one,LIVE LIFE EVERYGOLDEN MINUTE OF IT. PEACE t -





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I THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, December I, 1967 II i

300 Families Get Thanksgiving Baskets"Operation j

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Thanksgiving Stephen P. Clark, Miami City Gilbert;I also Lucius Crawford
Basket" proved again this Commissioners M. A thane Jake Gordon, Lewis Blake,
year that Miamians have big Range, Irwin 'Christie, Bill Lehman, Fletcher Pas-
hearts. Maurice Ferre and Dave Ken- chal, Louis Wolfson,arid Mes-
Several local organizationsjoined nedy; Judges Francis Knuck, dmes Viva Coleman, Marion
the citizens Committeefor Arthur MCGinn14 and Charles Henry and Elizabeth Simpson!
this annual project in giving Snowden; X-SherltVr.A.Bu-- : the needyfamiliesrecelyed
baskets 'of food to more chanan.. Constable John baskets on Thanksgiving Eve..
I' thin 300 needy families. 1'1. 4

This committee founded
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Charles R. Hadley, a dedicated 6530 NW 15th Avenue
,; civic and community worker -
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'j '" people of all nationalities. It
has become Dear Sir :
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,.. .i., : Enclosed please find the sum of $-
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,'. venture included William A. the Miami Times.
I III 1It... __ Wynn, Jr., of the United Fundof
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I HARMONIZING -- Supremes Cindy Birdsong, Diana Ross and Mary Wilson i are Department; Mrs. Arie Address ___
caught harmonizing with Ernie Ford during rehearsal for "The Tennessee Ernie Ford Gary of the Miami Housing Authority City State. Zip Cod --,
1\ Special," to air Dec. 3 on CBS-TV. ; Dave Bondu,Sr,of the
Brownsville EOPI Center.. One Yr. $5.00 ( )
The Supremos: Number One Supporting business firms Included -
Edwin Hill of Shell City,
Any singing group having In fact, Diana Ross, Mary and is currently being seen occasionally Food Fair Stores, First Fed-
seven million-seller recordsin Wilson, and Cindy Birdsonghave with UCLA basket- eral Savings and Loan Asso-
less than a two-yearperlod retained a humbleness ball star MikeWarrenbut ciation, American Bakeries, The Island ClubPRESENTS
certainly deserves the title of which is refreshing and are none of the girls have any serious .Southern Bakeries, Winn-
"number one," and that's Just quick to recall their less- marital plans. Dixie Stores, The Miami
what Diana Ross and The Su- than-bourgeois backgrounds.Diana As one of them put it recently Times and Weaver Brother THE ONLY' BIG NAME
premes have managed toac- and Mary,the original ; "We've had the dream of Grocers
vomplish. members of the group, came sing ing for so long and now ORANGE BLOSSOM CLASS IC SHOW IN TOWN
Their renditions of "Where from a ghetto-type section of we're fulfilling it. We can only Among the members of this
Did Our Love Go," "Baby Detroit called the Brewster, live one dream at a time." organization are: Attorney
Love," "Come See About Project and, as Diana pointsout Next week: A closer look at General Earl Faircloth,Sena- Sat. Dec.
M3," "Stop In The Name Of "people with money just Diana Ross; her thoughts on tors Claude Pepper, Richard .
Love," Back In My Arms don't come from there, and money, individuality, and ex- Stone, Robert Haverfield and
Again," "I Hear A symphony many of the Motown people tension of her career -- as a Representative Robert 10 P. M. Until?
," and "You Can't Hurry come from similar back- serious actress. Graham; Miami Mayor
Love" each sold a million or grounds."

more copies and scored to the Cindy, the newest member ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: IN PERSONJOHNWE
tops of record charts. of the group, boasts a like ori- 4
Yet, despite the fact that The gin. She hails from a nearly 1111 DOUBLE DECK BAR 1 1 / Y a
Supremes are indisputablytops identical neighborhood more 1111 128 NW 19 STREET 1 1 1N
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comes to fame and money, New Jersey. ::1:1: Presents: 1:1:; TAYLOR"Outside
their astronomical success Any marriages in the near
hasn't left them smothered in future? Mary Wilson was recently I ORANGE II
egos and drifting along on dating Ronnie Eckstineson Love"
clouds of conceit. ( of crooner Billy Eckstine) Johnny Taylor

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Y : 1 rida, Earl Faircloth refuses riage license to Van Cook and
to concede that interra- his white financee, Miss Pe-
1 /'wf 4P cial marriage should not be ters, "does not violate the
banned, even though the United equal protection guaranteed by
States Supreme Court has de- the 14th amendment."
cided that such ban is uncon- Added the attorney general,
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N the past few weeks, a the right to contract which is a
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Van Cook, a Negro, have been There is every indicationnow
:It matrimony that this couple will either
4 trying to unite in holy -
But Mr Faircloth has have to go out of the state to
.. been opposing such a marriage get married or spend hundredsof
E Ail because of its interracial nature dollars to get the case to the
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U. S. SupremeCourtforafinal
/3 34x '.:. !' .. Mr. Faircloth is basing his decision, as one interracial
; judgment on a Florida law that couple did in Virginia re-
prohibits interracial mar- cently.

1tO/ft tlc eOwliM'Ude riages.The state attorney's office FINEST
stated this week that the marriage -
Florence Lynette Hanna and Enoch Allen Dukes were married of a white woman and a
in the chapel at SaintAugustine's College,Raleigh, Nortl i Negro is a legislative problemand MINTING
Carolina. is not in violation of the
The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl L. Hanna of 245:1 1 Florida or the U. S. Constitu SERVICE
r NW 152nd Street, Opa-locka,graduated from Mays High Schoo tion.The
a and is a Junior at Saint Augustine's College. state attorney general Miami Times i
r The bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Dukes, 1492!(0 filed a brief this week with the
Fillmore St., Richmond Heights, graduated from Miami Carver .. State Supreme Court that the l'
High School and Saint Augustine's College.He is now deal i refusal of Dade County Judge Call OX 10421
of men at St. Augustine's.The .
"iJ" ...--- ", .'V" couple will reside in Raleigh, North Carolina.

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STUDENT SPECIAL
Miss Connie Leonla Dudleyand lace, sculptured onempi re WilliamsNorthwestern
Mr. Andre Neal exchanged line. Her veil was of silk Illusion Bus ID Photos
wedding vows Saturday, caught with four clus- t Cabs
September 2, In a double ring ters of rolled silk organza
ceremony, Chapel No. Three roses. She carried her white 2 For 50* '
Elmendorf Air Force Base, bible with an arrangement of
Anchorage, Alaska. Chaplain white carnations and roses. SATURDAY ONLY RADIO DISPATCHED ,
Walter Schaefer officiated w.:
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The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Mary Donald attendedthe JOHNSON OF MIAMI
Mrs. Sallie Dudley, of Miami. bride as matron of honor
The bridegroom's parents are Carolyn Neal was flower girl.
Mr. and Mrs,,Emanuel Neal of. Best man for the groom was .Corner NW 38 St. ft
Jacksonville. .' Milton Burns.Alton Burns wasj! '
The bride was given in marriage ring bearer. Ushers were 12 Ave. 635-43/2 ;
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by Mr.Joe C,Black.She
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Round About Bandits Rob ENTERTAINING EDUCATIONAL

StrandedMotorist EXCITING

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JIMMY "SCOOP" BETHEL
A motorist, his car stalledin
SHOW BUSINESS. -Your reporter(The Scoop) witnesseda the Brownsville area, was
Joyful show at the St. James Theatre on New York's 44th St. held up and shot by one of the
(West of Broadway) Wed.evening.Pearl Baileyand Cab Callo- three bandits when he resisted -
way appeared as the lead in "Hello Dolly!1" and with a won- early Monday morning.The
derful new cast, they made a brand new affair out of a hit show robbers took his empty wallet
that have ran for 1,569 performances. (With Carol Charming and fled. M1
and an all white cast). The new play. Pearl Bailey and
Cab calloway with an all black cast were greeted with warm, Louis Levin, 61, of 2575SW
deep affection by a pack house .. Many celebs there Included 24th Ave., was in critical con-
in cast are, "Chris calloway(Cab's daughter) Emily dition in Jackson Memorial J. DUKES LOIS SMITH WILLIAM MADISON
Yancy, (a beauty winner) Jack Crowder and Winster DeWitt Hospital.His ROY
Hemsley. (Ebony male models .. Visiting New York soon? ,
Seeing "Hello Dolly" is a must. car engine stalled soon : r
TRIBUTE TO PEARL BAILEY. Miss Bailey has put her after midnight on NW 22nd
mark of excellence on the role of Dolly Levi; she couldn't have Avenue Just north of 54th St., I .
done any different, because of her unmatchable personality as he told.police.He I
an artist, a moody beguiling singer and a very love-able per- I
son. Miss Bailey has found the deep fraudulence of her famous pushed the vehicle to the I
role as Dolly Levi,more than any of the other stars before her side and was working on it,he :
(Such as Betty Grable, Ginger Rogers, Carol Charming and said, when three Negro men M
etc.) Prediction"Hello Dolly" will run(Pearl and Cab suddenly appeared. They de- N
will reign) along time. manded his money, he said,
MAN ABOUT TOWN.-Jackie Wilson and Bobby (Blue) and when he resisted,one shot
Bland replaced "Sam and Dave" on 125th St. Apollo, Thanks- him in his stomach.
giving stage show...Miami's own son, Herbert Jones(Trum- CHARLES SCHAEFER HENRY CHILDREY
pet Player) with Duke Ellington. All the new teen breeds
gotta see Clark Gable (The late movie king)in "Gone with the
wind." On the side screen. Tony Bennett singig up a
record breaking at the Waldof Astoria's Empire room.(My DIXIEGOGO
old buddy) ...New York City flooded with counterfeit five dol- /3
lar bills. ($5 bills)...Dick Tiger still light heavyweight king, /moon 17/ auly
ex-contender Roger Rouse a loser..Singer Dionne Warwick WIGS :
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Ruby is a Senior at Miami Jackson High School, she's lovely
sixteen, like to dance to "Rock and Roll music Ambition;
to be a registered nurse. She enjoy listening to Jackie Wilson
and Sam and Dave. Songs "Higher and Higher," and "When "
Something is Wrong with My Baby," "Soul Man" Ruby,, E
the girl with the smiling eyes. Free, single and dis-engaged.
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8th Ave., New York City, returned from Miami Sunday, after Q
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George Simmon) "That Island in the Sun "girl. Dorothy ALL WANTED $1198
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Eddie Bethel Carol City and pretty Lorraine Marcheof Nassau 1Q .ta: .
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Little Cecelia Lenora Coleman 14 Attend Charron Williams

18 321SW 103rdCt.. Per-

I CARDS MEMORIALS R DEATHSIN I rlne serves, died afternoon.were Nov. 20.conducted Among Graveside\ her Commercial CollegeFourteen


survivors are parents, Mr. & Dade and Monroe daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eris

Mrs. Charles Coleman, four County Negro students are Egbert Allen Nassau,
MEMORIAMIn CARD OF THANKS ALBERTMrs. sisters,two grandmotherstwo among the more than 300 students Bahamas, taking the IBM Key
grandfathers who have enrolled for the Punch Course; CliftordD
loving memory of The family of the late Elizabeth Floyd, 6332 mother four,aunts.one greatgrand Fall term at Charron- Williams Butler, 6722 NW 5th Pl., son
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WENDELL MARTIN NW 24th Ct.,died Nov.19.Fun- located in downtown of Mr. Clifford Butler, Sr.,

who passed Oct. 26, 1967 at eral services were conducted Van Smith, 1102 NW 37th Miami and founded in 1940, is 7101 NW 15th Ave., Data Processing

Jackson Memorial Hospital, Saturday Olive Primitive morning from Mt. St., died Nov. 25. Among his the oldest and largest business Course; Raymond N.
take this method to expressour Baptist survivors are wife Corneliustwo education college in South Fla. Carter, son of Mr. and Mrs.E. .
Church. her survivorsare ,
many thanks to all'who Among sisters, one brother, four Negro students currently J. Carter, 1186NW85thSt.,
comforted us during our hoursof one daughter, Mrs.Ome- nieces and other relatives. attending, their courses of Automation Course; EdwardL.

bereavement. lia Floyd Roberts, one son- Arrangements are incomplete'study and home address are as Chestnut, 791 NW 43rd St.,
'" Many thanks to our friendsin in-law, Deacon Dan Roberts, at this time. follows: son of the late Mr. and Mrs.
the Key West area for their one adopted daughter, Mrs. KEY WEST.- Miss Regina Jessie Chestnut,Jr.,Accounting
cards floral and wordsof Anna Bell Senior, four grand-
pieces Esonia daughter of Mr. Course.
Curry
Mrs. Sarah Sims Jones, 209 ,
children and two
.Y consolation. We also thank great grandchildren NW 8th St., died Nov. 24. Remains and Mrs. James W.Curry, MrS: Hilda Dorsey, 1237 NW

our many friends in the local were sent to Augusta, 1007 Thomas St., enrolled in 31st St., daughter of Mr. and
area for their cards, floral for IBM Professional Secretary Mrs. Howard Demeritte, 126
John Henry Williams, 15050 Ga., final rites and burialon I
pieces, telegrams, visits and Johnson St., Opa-locka, died Tuesday. Among her sur- Course; Miss Elvira V. Rich- Oak Ave., Business English \
kind deeds. Nov. 18. Funeral services vivors are one daughter, Mrs. ardson, daughter of Mr. and and Mathematics and Nancy ;
MRS.ALBERTHAROB ON Special thanks to Canon were conducted Saturday from Ella Mae Chisholm; 'one step Mrs. Paul L. Richardson,Sr., Taylor, Secretarial Course;

who departed this life Nov.29, Charles F. Cooper the the Liberty City Chapel. son, Fletcher Hawkins,one 913 Terry Lane, Nancy Sec Miss Mary Pearl Lewis, ,
organist, the Range Funeral retarial Course and Miss daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ,I
1963. Among his survivors are one sister, Mrs.Corne lie Lovette, ,
Gone, but not forgotten.Her Home and its staff. daughter, Irene; one son, two brothers, George and Jeanette A. Roberts, daughterof Hommie Lee Lewis, 425 NW 'I'

memory lingers on. Robert, James, Sgt. Theo James; one brother, Willie; Frank Sims; two grandchildren Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rob 13th St., Accounting, Speed- \
Mr. Emanuel Robinson, dore and Fredrick Martin, one sister-in-law, Annie. and one great grandchild. erts, 727 Olivia St., Data Processing writing and Nancy Taylor' Sec
husband brothers; Agnes Miles, sister. Course. retarial Course; Miss Carolyn ,

Miss Patricia Robinson, Mrs. Anna Mae Lockett, of Thomas field, 10075 Kum- MIAMI. Miss Sarah V. D. Phillips, daughter of Mr. I
daughterMrs. CARD OF THANKSThe 1825 NW 6th PI., died Nov. 18. quat St.,Perrlne,died Nov 28. Allen, 6500 NW 18th Ave., and Mrs. Willie L. Phillips. i

Maude Jackson, and family' of> the late Funeral services were held Among his survivors are wife .4649 NW 23rd Ct., Accounting, i
Mrs. Mamie Warren, sisters Saturday from the Liberty City Mrs. Anna Hield. Funeral arrangements F l1i n g and Business English !
DORA GEIGER Chapel.Among her survivors are incomplete at Moore. Funeral services were and Mathematics; Harold E.

acknowledge with grateful appreciation are husband, Robert; one son this time. conducted on Friday,Nov.24th Robinson, 748 NW 44th St.,son ,
IN MEMORIAMIn all the kind acts of James and one brother,Cyrus at 3:30 p.m. in the chapel. of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Rob '
shown in the form of
sympathy Bell. inson of Fort Myers, Computer f
sad, but loving memory of cards, letters, visits,prayers Essie Calloway, 156 NW loth RANGE Leon Rolle of 3215 NW 48th Programming Course,

our dear husband and father and floral pieces bestowed St., died Nov. 22. Among his Mrs. Olive B. Smith of 2501 St. Apt. 2 died recently. He is and Miss Patsy A. Williams,

upon us during our hours of survivors are one sister, Miss NW 158th St.,died Wednesday, survived by his wife, Estelle; daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Hilton i

bereavement.To Willie Calloway.grandmother, Nov. 22. She is survived by six four sonsCharlesLloydGregory J. Simmons, 5275 NW 9th
bear such a loss is a Mrs. Lucy Galloway; two daughters, Mmes. Ella Rolle, and Anthony;four daughters Ave., IBM Professional Secre-

great burden, but when friendsare uncles, Robert Calloway and Vera Williams, Ena Smith, Mrs. Ethel Phillips, El- oary Course.
M near to comfort us, it Clyde Perkins; five aunts, Ruth Sans, Merle Dixon, Vir- nora Rolle Boyd; Estella Had-- MIAMI BEACH. -Mrs.

rS makes our burden lighter. Lena Smith, Alice Lee, Gertrude ginia Negron;four sonsRalph, ley and Cassandra Rolle; three Sarah L. Finder daughter of
Words are inadequate to express James brothers Horace Maxwell and Mr. and Mrs. Ishmeal A.
Joanna,Celest Perkins. William and Samuel; ,
our thanks. Funeral services were con- an aunt, Sarah Myman; 20 Hylagh; two sisters, Marie Woodside of Nassau, Bahamas
N 1 Special thanks to Rev. Baker ducted Monday from the Lib grandchildren; 15 greatgrand Rolle and Florence Monroe; Key Punch Course.OPALOCKA. .
ushers choir and members of
erty City Chapel. children. Funeral serviceswere three grandchildren. Funeral Miss
First Faith Cathedral, the conducted on Thursday, services will be conducted on Gloria A. Adams, daughter of
i of 19th St. and 3rd
neighbors
Mack Dukes,Jr. 1324 NW November 30th at 2 p.m. In Saturday, Dec. 2nd at 11 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. George A.
Ct. and the
Range Funeral 1st Ave., died Nov. 21.Amonghis the Church of God of Prophesy. in Antioch Baptist Church. Adams, 3390 NW 205th st.,

Home. survivors are wife, Alma; Junior Accounting Course.
thanks from the bot-
Again
one son, John; two brothers, William Whorley Jr.of 1135 Mrs. Glossie Me Cray of
..I tom of our hearts. Ernest and Sylvester; four' NW 65th St._ met an untimely__n_____ 16200 NW 17th Place died re- MIAMI TIMES" !
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REV. PHILLIP B. HEROUT The
who entered into eternal rest r family Scippo, Thelma Jones, Sally He is survived by his father, her husband, James;an adopted your business.

December 5, 1955. Dukes, Ozell Matthis, nieces, William Whorley Sr.; two brathers daughter,Sonia.Funeral arrangements They are courteous and

Gone, but not forgotten. CARD OF THANKS nephews. Funeral serviceswere and sisters-in-law, Mr. are incomplete. dependable. Support them!
conducted Monday from and Mrs.Samuel Whorley, Mr.
Mrs. jane Herout, wife I wish to thank the Phyllis the Liberty City Chapel. and Mrs. Eli Whorley, a sis
Wheatley Art and Social Club ter and brother-in-law
Mr.
The Family for sending me the lovely box Thomas Lee Smith, !622 NW and Mrs. Rubin Hogan.His remains

of delicious fruit for Thanks- 1st Ave., died Nov. 24.Amonghis will be shipped on LINCOLN MEMORIAL PARK

giving. Your kindness will always survivors are wife, Leola; Thursday, to Mpntlcello,

CARD OF THANKSThe be remembered. one adopted daughter, Madlyn; where final rites will be con- 3001 NW 46* STREET NE -... ,97
Percy A. Styles two sisters, Mrs. Juanita De- ducted on Sunday at 2 p.m.

family of the late Roach and Lillie Mae Shade;
two brothers, Willie and Bernie James Gardner of 4300 NW E. JOHNSON, MANAGER, OX-I .9199
CARD OF THANKS
LOVENIA DUNCAN ; motherinlaw, Mrs. 11th place died Friday, Nov.
wish to express their sincere The family of the late Willie S. Bailey. Funeral ser 24th.in the St. Francis Hospital -

thanks and appreciation to the JOHN H. WILLIAMSwho vices were conducted on Mon as a result of an accident.He .

many friends and neighbors passed November 18,1967 day from the Liberty City cha- is survived by his mother, ,

for your kindness and your expressions wish to acknowledge all of the pel. Mrs. Agnes Gardner; a broth
of sympathy duringthe kind expressions extended er, Albert; a sister, Clateal 691-7661
death of our loved one. during our recent bereave Mrs. Erma McCray, 1941 Wyche; an aunt, Lillie Miller;
ment. NW 166th St., Opa-locka, died a wife, Meather; three children I b M +rl,Iy' "

The many cards of condolences Your floral remembrances Nov. 24. Among her survivorsare Kenneth, James and Earl;
and beautiful floral arrangements visits telegrams husband, Thomas; one two nieces;fournephews.Funeral wy ,
,cards.pray-
were heartwarming. daughter, Glenda Lou;six sis services will be conducted
and
ers, other acts of kindness
They helped us to bear the were deeply appreciated. ters,' Mesdames Lois Perkins, on Saturday, Dec. 2 at
heavy burden placed upon us. Special thanks to the Arleatha Harris, Joan B. Tobias 3 p.m. in St. Luke Baptist
par-
Agnes Williams, Para Church.
ticipants: Delta Sigma Theta
A very special thanks to Sorority, Mr. and Mrs. William lyn Davidson, Mazie G. Ford,
Rev. A. M. Griffin, officers, three brothers,James Tobias, Mrs. Fleeter Smith of 3760
Lynch the staff of the
Choir, ushers, and membersof Jr., Dallas and Ozzie W. To Charles Terrace died recently
House of Albert, staff of F. S.
Shlloh Baptist Church. bias. Funeral services Saturday in Jackson Memorial Hospital.
Tucker Elementary School, 12 noon at Mt. Zion AMEin She is survived by a son, Rob-
and the
\ May God bless each of you neighbors. Opa-locka. She will lie in ert Kelsey;a daughter-in-law, kI
God add his
May special repose Friday 3 p.m.from the Marie Kelsey; a brother,Jody
blessing to all of
Mr. Early Duncan, husbard you. Opa-locka Chapel. Mother of Smith; a cousin, Addie Ruth
The family: Mrs. McCray is Mrs.Luberta Weston. Funeral services r ;

Mrs. Lorenla Thomas, James Williams, son Tobias. were conducted on Wednesday, ti
daughterAnd Irene Williams, daughter Nov. 29th at 2 p.m. in Mace
other members of the Willie Williams, brother Ralph Leggett, 140 NW 17th donia First Missionary Baptist
family Annie L Williams, sister- St., died Nov.24. Funeral ser Church, Douglas Road and
inlawFRANCIS vices Thursday. 2 o.m. from Charles Avenue.
J the LibertyCity Chapel.

Among his survivors are, Mrs. Lula Golden of 15930 "
IN MEMORIAMIn Mrs. Verdell Dean Martinof260NW7thSt.Apt.lldied aunt, Mrs. Essie Hemming- NW 26th Avenue died recently.She 0Cet fiot yoa c butt (eiti

way, a very dear friend, Mrs. is survived by two sons,

loving memory' of our.. Nov. 26, at.her home. Funeral Mattie Eubanks.: George and Paul; a daughter, twtc4led, believe God
dear father services willbe-heldSaturday, J Mrs. Marion Smithfive; grand ,

"I Dec. 2, 3:00 p.m., at Greater Mrs.: Mamie Curry,19llNW children;, two great grands.- ieliwe aUo U "
JOSEPH SR. 153rd St.-j pa-locbdiedNov Funeral services w.
LEVARJJY, Bethel AME, Rev. S. .tousin were con
24. Among her survivors are ducted on Wednesday Nov. 29
MAY WE
officiating. Remains will repose REASSURE YOU THAT IN
who departed this life Dec. 2, in the chapel beginning three daughters, Mesdames, at 10:30: a.m in St. Phillips YOUR
e 1964.May 12 o'clock Friday until funeral borothy Lee Early, Lillie Mae Church of Opa-locka. HOUR OF BEREAVEMENT CALL
his soul rest in peace time. Survivors Include one McIver, Celeste Tolbertthreesons "Where service begins and never ends"

and may the perpetual light uncle, Henry; cousins,Gladys peter Columber, James Mrs. Essie M.Hodge of 1821
shine upon him. Pratt, Blanche Fleuellln; Floyd and Willie Clyde Curry. NW 56th St. died on Monday, Three locations to serve you:

Edith Moss, and,Cecil New- Funeral services Saturday at Nov. 20th. She is surved by a Miami Opo-locko perrjnt
The Family bold. 3:30 p.m. at First Baptist niece, Mrs. Essie M. Hill; a
Church in Opa-locka. very close friend; Mrs.Nellie


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The first organizational meeting for officers along with prospective
arr
members of Amicaettes was held at the home of the
The Lanier Jr. High bas-
y ketball team will play its first President, Rosetta Williams: Sunday, November 12. The next
meeting s 1 a t e d for December 3,will be for all new members.
game Wednesday night, Nov.
New membership will then be announced to the proposed memo
29, so go apd get-em Yellow
__ bers. Sponsors for the 6768 Amicaettes are Mrs. Jacqueline
Jackets. We the fans of West
S Reddick and Mrs.Hazel Scott.To better prepare a select groupof
Hollywood and Hallandale
j' are
.' individuals who have chosen academic,civic and social wise
with you all the way Joh. II.
to better prepare themselves for womanhood are the main pur-
N Bowe, son of this columnist,
poses of the Amicaettes.Officers are Rosetta Williams,Presi-
14-years-old, 6'6", has the
position this year. dent from Nova High; Linda Horten, vice president,of Dillard
VFW Post No.8195 will hold High; Patricia Swan,secretary and Lula Bennett reporter both

its regular meeting, Sunday, of Nova High.Beverly Gibson,assistant secretary of Stranahan
and Lucille Walker of Dillard is treasurer Laura
December 3, members pleasebe High, ,
present, at 5:00p.m.,at the Dilette of St. Thomas Aquinas,is business manager.Prospective -
post home on Pembroke Road, junior and senior members are Nute Burr, Valinda Ellison
4816. Don't forget the party Sharon Robinson, Doris Cargill, Marie Jordan Vannie
after the classic. plenty of refreshments Tillman, Annette Barnesand, Patricia Smith of Dillard.Queen
Harry Dale.left( ) executive vice president of Press Clippings Limited, and Bob music, and Cunningham, Frances Bowens, Belinda Shelton,Viola Johnson,
Jackson, head of PcL's Detroit Office, show former heavyweight boxing champion games Folia Boyd. Commander. Ealine Brown, Gwen Hammonds, and Diane Dooling Dillard .
Muhammad Ali an article published about him in the New Pittsburgh Courier, one of High. Kamelia Edwards, Cyrella Pettis and Earlene Striggles"
the Sengstacke Publications. PCL, which subscribes and reads Negro publicationsfrom The .Carver Ranches Fire of Stranahan. Gwendolyn Bass, Regina Robinson and Harriet
Wooten of St. Thomas Aquinas and Delores Swan and Cynthis
all America and Dept. holds its meeting
over supplies clippings several every
to
nationally-known clients
Davis of Fort Lauderdale High. Each of the prospective mem-
announced last week the publication of the nation's most complete "Guide to Negro Monday, 800pm.: .,fire hall.
Printed Media." Members\ please be present. bers had to carry out pledge week initiation activities from
Walter Blatch president. which they will be judged on basis of becoming a Zeta
Zm'caette.'

I Golden Age Club Has FOVERTY WORKERSTO
Thanksgiving Dinner Throughout the coming year the club has many civic plans
GET
Charles PAY which will benefit the community in many aspects. Our first
Carroll board
Turkey and all the trimmings bers mem. (continued from page 1) successful project was the Thanksgiving Basket, which was*
were responsible for
were the order of thedayatapreThanksglvingdln preparing the delicious din- South Dade door selling to raise money for given to a local center. Calendar of events for 67-68 aca-
rent and food for her small demic year include the Christmas program Founders Day
ner for members of JESCA's ner.Music children. Convention of Neighboring districts, pre-Easter Carouse and
was provided Mrs.
Golden Age Club. Williamson and sons and also NewsServices One worker said that if her Mother's Day Banquet; along with numerous social and moneymaking

The past and present were Mrs. Josie Roberts club mem. landlord hadn't been lenient, projects. The Amtcaettes not only symbolize the interest -
tied she would have been evicted and desires of thisselect ofyoung ladies but has
fittingly together by the ber. Junior students of the at Mt. Moriah Bap- group ,
presence of two persons who cooks and bakers school at Miami tist Church in Perrine were from her apartmont. Many of also set the pact for a regal,highly honored branch in society
were involved in the program. Northwestern served the carried out Sunday by the associate these workers, thinking that that will continue to be traditional the future.
Rev. Cleo Albury, pastor of dinner. minister, Rev. E. L. they had jobs that meant security Twenty five youngsters between the ages of six and fourteen
Mt. Sinai Baptist Church Money for the dinner was Long. His very inspiring message contracted for furni- spent the day, November 24, at Lion Country Safari. The trip
whose grandmother was the provided by a JESCA Board was enjoyed by all. ture, cars, and other necessities was an adventure for all. The many kinds of animals in sur-
president of the Golden Age Member who chooses to remain At 4 p.m. the Rev. W. C. and were becoming des- roundings much like their natural habitat were both excitingand
Club and one of the student anonymous. Edcar delivered the message perate when it was learned amusing. After the safari the kids were entertained in Pets
writers who attended JESCA's Our thanks to Mrs. Dorothy for Prosperity Pallbearers that EOPI would be tempo- Corner by the antics of the monkeys and other small animals
Nursery school. rarily discontinued. they were also permitted to a lion. those in
Edwards, Mrs. Cleo S. Moore Lodge! No. 10 at Mt. Mo pet baby Among
M--s. Marie Nottage, pre- and students: Linda Gaines, nab Baptist Church. It is still not known whether attendance were: Dewey, David and Nancy Vincent,Johnny Mc-
more will be availablefor Clenningha, Anna R. Thompson Kenneth Wood Teresa Wood
sent cookat JESCA's Day Care Norma Ferguson, Althea Let us pray for the sickand money ,
Center No. One, Mrs. Eliza- Payne, Daniel Smith, Albert shut-ins. Mrs. Ola Mie Flem- other pay days,as the head Celestine Robinson,Wallace Rogers,Roland Clark,James ..
ing is at of the regional office in Atlanta Clark, Veronica and Lareen Lawson, GwenandSandra
beth Sutton,retired cook,Mrs. Glass and Larry Burney for Baptist Hospital.Mr.
Doris Appleton and Mrs. their community service. Eugene Griffin is convalescingat has stated that"This in no way Stephens, Linette, Mary,and Tom Grace,Bruce Jennings,Clif-
home. commits us to approve any ford Freeman, Johnny Primous, Beverly Martin and Pau-
. ... further funds." cherlal Jenkins.

Mr. Paul Bannerman's family ..
2 Locations to Serve You! along with two of his sis-

ters, left for Newark, N. J.,

brother to attend ,the Jesse funeral Bannerman of his, If You Don't Need Auto

originally of Cairo, Ga.
Dugie's Paradise * *
Mrs. parrie Lee Holton of Insurance Don't Read This AdBECKET

2966 NW 47th St. 633-9396 Tampa, spent last weekend in

AND Eddie Perrine Mae with Smith.her cousin, Ms. UT If YOU D

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Dugies Guest House The Rev.W.J. Allen who
served as pastor of Hurst Cha-

2941 NW 47th St. 634-3851 pel A ME Church for two years,
has been transferred to ano-
ther church at therecentcon- & BEAN

There are no better rooms on earth, than the ference. He and Mrs. Allen
wish to thank all who
cooperated -
rooms you will find at DUGIE'S PARADISE.
with them their
during
Seeing is believing. The accommodationsyou'll stay, and ask for the prayers Autolnsurance For Everyone

receive, you will find only in this of the faithful as they go.

brother. Members are looking forward . ... . .
to a successful confe-

rence year with their new pastor Two Convenient Locations To
Jamaica Dugie, Always a Friend. the Rev. Garmon.

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DSAKp MEMORIALRev. BROWN'S CHAPELThe ST. JOHN AME


.. Jarius Dunn, pastor chairman, Mrs. Emma Rev. W. A. Curry, pastor
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." .. The pastor wishes to thank Bell and co-chairman, Mrs. Bishop E. C. Hatcher,
'r, wish to thank Bishop of the 11th Episcopal
,. all deacons, ushers, choirs, Louise Sawyer,
( and members for helping the members and friends who District, closed the 77th An-

service at St. Mary's to be a helped make our First Wo- nual Session of the South

success. We enjoyed the fel- men's Day a big success. Florida Conference, Sunday

lowship with Rev Tanner and .. payne Chapel, West Palm

his congregation. Beach. Rev. W. A. Curray was

c= Scoutmasters Mitchell and reassigned to the pastorage

Richardson are asking all par- St. John for another year.

ents to send the boys at 4:30on The members will welcome

Friday afternoon. The Rev. Curry Sunday morning,

L t'n scouts are to take part in the at 11:00 a.m. services,he will

parade and must receive all bring both morning and even

instructions on Friday. ing communion sermons.
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the members of the Drake Feast will be observed begin

Memorial Club will present ning, at 8:15 p.m.All members

their Mid-Winter SongFeston stewardess, trustees, stew-

Sunday, December 17, at 7:30 ards, choirs, and a 11 auxil-

nn Jn (Bhurrfj 'i n av p.m.ticket Please from them.help by getting a iaries Wednesday are asked night to be combined present.


Don't forget to visit Sister choir rehearsals, at 8:00 p.m.

Brown at Parkway General

TEMPLE BAPTISTThe JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES"Our Hospital. Little Miss Andria Rogerswas VALLEY GROVERev.

crowned Miss Brown's
S.t officers and membersof faith in the Bible's
.. the Male Chorus, thank the beneficial effect at producingan MT. ZION AME Chapel for the year 196768. .Johnnie Torrence, pastor
She is the daughter of Miss
c Male Chorus of Mt. Olivette orderly society is greatly Lucile Torrence, reporterOur
Rev. Milton Fayson, pastor Jackie Bell and granddaughterof
and the No. One Choir of Ebe- strengthened Bennie monthly conference will
,
4 The South Florida Confer- Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Bell.
and all the auxiliaries ministerfor be held Friday, December 1,
nezer, Crump, a presiding
ence which was held in West The second largest amount of
of the church for their participation Jehovah's Witnesses, said at 7 p.m.
Palm Beach, at Payne Chapleis money raised by Mrs. Pearl
in the cele- here made the Appreciation programs for
program Sunday. Crump
over and Bishop Hatcher Simon, and the third amountby
brating their ninth Anni- remark in connection with a our pastor have been set forChristrn.'ls.
thought it wise to send our pas- Miss Sandra Holmes. is
last Sunday afternoon. three-day convention which Rev. Ferguson
versary tor back to us. We at Mt. Zion Pray for our sick and shut-
The Lord's Supper will be concluded Sunday, Nov. 26 at in charge of this department.He .
to have the Rev.
administered during the the Biscayne Kennel Club for are very happy ins.Rev. is asking the church and
and Mrs.Fay son returned to J. E. Brown, pastor
morning and evening servicesthis the religious group. each auxiliary, please support
We for
us. are praying our pas-
Sunday,and the choirs will The principal address, your night.
tor to have better health this
sing Jointly. "Will God Intervene in Men's the Lordblesshim. ST. JAMES AME Sister Addie Lynn and Sis-
year, may
The Temple family extends Affairs?" was delivered by We are looking forward to ter Lucile Torrence are ask-

PAUL K. WAVRO deepest sympathy to Mrs. Charles G.Thompsondistrictsupervisor having a full house for the Rev F. E. Sneed, pastor ing all parents to please send
i Rhona Hutchinson and family for Jehovah's Wit Joseph Marshall, reporter your children out Wednesday
communion service
The meanin g of Christ's whose brother and uncle, ex- nesses in the states of North Sunday. The 77th Annual Session of evening, at 5 p.m. to practicefor
which is the first Sunday in De
statement about coming to Commissioner J. D. Brown, and South Carolina, Georgiaand the South Florida ConferenceAME the Christmas program.We .

bring men life "more abun- died on Nov. 24, in Nassau, Florida, Crump reported. cember. Church began Nov.21 and are happy to have the
Sister Bessie Jackson of our
dantly" will be explored In Bahamas. Addressing a crowd numbering local ended Sunday, Nov. 26, at Harris family back from
% church was ordained a
depth at a Christian Science Mrs. Eva Delancy, faithful 1,753 Thompson pointed Elder. Brother Willie Younga Payne Chapel AME, West Americus, Ca.Remember .
public lecture in Miami on member of No. One Choir, is out that God dishonoring Palm Beach. the sick, shut-
Deacon and Sister Bessie
Sunday, December 3. much improved from a recent practices are under God's ob- and Newton The theme: "Learning to ins, bereaved families and
Jessie
Paul K. Wavro, CSB,w1llbe Illness. Mrs. Janice Mackeyand servation. Bamberg Live the Christian Life," the those in the armed servicesin

the speaker, und e r sponsor- Miss Beatrice Rolle were Deaconesses.The subject J : "Transformation"by our prayers.

ship of Fifth Church of Christ able to attend morning service pastors' daughter was Bishop E. C. Hatcher.

Scientist. The event begins at Sunday after having been shut- ST. MARY'S W. M. home from Bethune-Cookmani ;iBishopE.C. Hatcher saw it',
for the conference and holi-
3:00 p.m., in NorthwesternSr. in for several weeks. Our get Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor fitting to send our pastor Rev. BETHANY SEV ENTH-

High School, 7007 NW 12 well wishes to Napoleon Rolle Sunday, Dec. 3,the last first days. Sneed, back with us, becausehe DAY ADVENTIST

s Ave. who Is a patient at Baptist Hos- Sunday in the year,communion is doing a fine Job as pastor
Title of the lecture is "The pital. will be served all day. Joint BROWNSVILLE BAPTISTRev. of St. James AME. The youth will celebrate

Way of Abundant Life." choirs,and ushers will serve 'We are blessed to have him Youth Federation, Saturday,

Mr. Wavro is a member of all day. J. E. Wright, pastor back with us and we win give December 2, 9:30 a.m., at the

the Board of Lectureship of CHRIST EPISCOPAL Our Sunday School project C. Culpepper, reporterThe him full support. Bethany Church.

The First Church of Christ, will climax Saturday, Dec. 9, church would like to Sunday is the first Sunday, The Berea-Trinity Church

Scientist, in Boston, Massa Fr: Theo R. Gibson, rector you still have time to get tickets thank the public for making the Holy Communion Day.ST.MATTHEWS. will host the activities for the

chusetts. He has lectured in Antionette Silva,reporter from your teacher.Dona- Pre-Thanksgiving Dinner a federation. Guest speaker will

Europe, the Carribean and Last Sunday new members tion $1.00. big success. The Senior Choir be Rev. 0. H. Paul, pastor of

South America and is currently were elected to the vestry. The winner of the Ushers would also like to thank the the S.D.A. Church,West Palm

on tour of this country. He This was the first time any woman Board raffle was Miss Lorraine public for making their 7th Beach.

is a recipient of the DeMolay has been; elected. The Gibson. Anniversary a success. Rev. N. F. Clark, pastor Pastors Woodfork and tay-

Legion of Honor for achieve members are,Thomas Anderson Our sympathy to Sister Eli- We give thanks and our ap- The pastor, chairman, cochairman lor are urging all, especiallythe

ment in his chosen field of en Nelson Bethel, Maggie zabeth Bethel In the death of preciation to Rev. Fergursonwho officers and mem- youth to attend all activities -

deavor. During World War II Cash, Alonzo Culmer,Crispin her brother CommissionerJ. delivered our morning bers wish to thank our many for the day.

served Christian Fife, Vernon Phillips, V. Brown of Nassau.We message, and Rev.Harding friends, who helped make our Friday night and Sabbath,

Science Wartime Minister, Verneka Silva, William J. are sorry to hear of the who delivered our evening Eleventh Annual Women's Daya December 1 and 2, are the

withdrawing from business to Stirrup, George Walker, accident of Sister Mary Alice message. Thesesermonswere success. dates for the pathfinder Work-

devote full time to the healing James Wanza and David White. Woodside, and wish her a inspirational to the con Many thanks to our speaker shop to be held in Tampa.All

practice of Christian! Science.He The Calendar Tea was trulya speedy recovery.Let gregation. Mrs. Leenette Pennington of leaders are urged to attend

has since become an authorized remarkable success. The us continue to pray and Remember the sick and this workshop.

teacher of Christian total amount raised was visit all our sick and shut-ins. shut-ins in prayer. RichmondHeights, for nuking

Science and resides in Jack $2,654.24. Congratulations to There will be a Joint choir The church begin's it's anniversary the day rewarding. She spoke

sonville. all participants. Thanksto rehersal until Christmas. All December 4 10th. from the theme: "Christian NEW MT. MORIAHRev.

everyone for their support. members of Choirs 1 and 2 Women Building for Christ."

Special thanks to Mrs.Car- and Male chorus please be The chairman,cochairmanand
TABOR
.
MT. metta Brown, chairman of activity A. L. Shipp, pastor
present. Mr. Albert Careydi- NEW PROVIDENCERev. captains financial report Evelyn Souter, reporterOur
; Mrs. Johnnie Culmer, demonstrated hard work and
Rev. J. Hendon, acting pastor rector.
Dessie Crockett, reporterWe chairman of the Calendar Tea C. Burney,pastor effort. Our grateful appreciation monthly conference,tonight
and her committee for a Job Arsula Edwards, reporterThe to them. (Thursday), at 7:30 p.m.

were privileged to have well done. GREATER NEWMACEDONIA Lord's Supper will be Congratulations to Mrs. The pastor is asking all members

the Senior Music Group of Miami Get well wishes to Mrs. served this Sunday in our Florence Williams, who was to please be present and

jacksonHighSchool Doodridge Clarke and Mrs. evening worship.. crowned Mrs. St. Matthew'sfor on time.
service accompanied by Mr. Eva Evangeline Corner.FRIENDSHIP Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor Prayer meeting each tues- 1967.

R. Speed, Music Director last Willie J. Beard, reporterThe Continue in for the church's anniversarywill
at
officers day night, 7:30 p.m.,asking prayer our
and
> terminate president, be observed the second
Sunday to helD ourThanksgiving .all members, visitors, and sick and shut-ins.
members of
Ushers'
Board in this
Quick Rally friends Sunday month.
to attend.Consecration .
with total of No. Two wish to take this op- Remember the sick
which ended a $1- BAPTISTRev. hour of shut-
to thank each and prayer -
558.00. The books are not portunity will be held each Sunday,at BROWNSVILLEThe ins, bereaved families, thosein
who In mak-
closed, however,for memberswho everyone helped 5:00 a.m. the armed services, and
J. E.Jenkins,pastor ing their Fifth Anniversary a
were not able to give a donation our pastor Visitors are always -
Ruby Lee Carr, reporterWe trememdous success. church wish to expressour ; welcome.
or were not present
during the two-week drive. were happy to have Mr. Special thanks to Rev.W. M. ZION HOPERev. deepest appreciation to the t
Art Green of Radio Station Slater and congregation of Day members, visitors and
continue to shower
R May God WAME to address our congre- Spring, Rev. W. E. Sims and P. Freeman, pastorE. participants of our Men's Day JORDAN GROVE
His blessing us.
i All Sunday upon School Teachers gation, he was dynamic in his congregation of New Hope,and Jackson, reporterThe program for making it a great

deliverance the message was all boards, visitors, and pastor is asking all success. The amount raised
k, adults
requested and participating to meet at, are the most enjoyable. friends. Total raised, $2- members to attend their week- $3,607.49.All Rev. A. J. King, acting pastor

Sunday we expect our pas- 124.28. ly meeting. members are asked to be Eddie Gilbert, reporterThe
church, Friday of, at 7:00 Christ-p.m., tor to deliver both sermons.We Christmas exercises for the Sister Louise Riley is ask- present at conference Friday Willing Workers wish
in conclusion our
will be very happy to have Sunday School andBaptist ing all children to attend night, December 1. to thank the Rev.. Johnson of

mas giving. and friends' are you in our services.Our Training Union will be held on Christmas practice,.Monday, You are cordially invited to Carol City for delivering the
Members
to Bible get well wishes to Sis- Christmas Eve, December 24, at 4:00 p.m. attend our worship services message on last Sunday.
invited our
cordially at 8:00 ter Callie N. Walker in Jack- at 3:00: p.m. Don't forget prayer meeting each Sunday.To Tonight (Thursday), the
study Friday, p.m. son Memorial Hospital.We Men's Day Is in progressand Tuesday night. the sick and shut-ins a church will hold its General

Rev. J. Massey from Daytona to the are beginning to look for- will be held the thirdSun- The Mother's Board will speedy recovery and to the bereaved Conference. All are asked to

Beach was an inspiration ward to our ground breakingsoon day in March, 1968. have a sale at the church Sa- our deepest sympathy be present.To .

youth and to the adults as well.and and at that time the pas- Brothers Perry White, turday morning, at 9:00 a.m., Rev. Wilson M. Davis, pas- the sick: Keep the faithin
sick
Remember the tor Is asking all members to chairman and Garfield Leland, please stop by and let them tor and Sister Donelk Turner, God and you shall be heal-

shut-ins. be present. co-chairman. serve you. reporter. ed.

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'. Electrical Engineer With Federal Aviation Administration


James L, Tartt,Electronics maintenance, modification,
Engineer for the Federal Aviation and evaluation of Radar Sys- iI :

Administration, was tems and Facilities in the Na- '. _
born in Atlanta, Georgia, and tional Airspace System. 3 pM1' a ,
attended public schools in participates in the develop- ... wnw.rp .
Bessemer, Alabanu.He grad- ment and coordination of plans N
uated from Tuskegee Institute, for the improvement of Air .
Tuskegee, Alabama; with a BS Traffic Control System in the t 'q Ir.I
degree in Electrical Engi- Miami Area which includes the
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neering. Tartt began his entire State of Florida. His Q'jl
career with the Federal Aviation wife, Yvonne,a native of Nash- jl h l lt
Administration in July of ville, Tennessee, and a grad-
1963. His area of responsibility uate of Tennessee A & I,
is as follows: he pro- teaches mathematicsatthe
vides engineering skills and Brownsville Junior High
knowledge in the installation, School.
Tartt is one of several NegrOes 1
working for the Federal
ANTIOCH Aviation Administration
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rc, .r vp ;
sponsible positions. FredG.
Rev. P.W.Wiggins,pastor Stone, Chief of the personneland
,y5" Dr. Susie C. Holley, presi- 'Training Branch, states
e i' dent of the Women's Missionary that at this time there is a need
wiY : and Educational Conven- for Air Traffic Controllers in
? tion, Auxiliary to the General the State of Florida He adds :

( Baptist State Convention of that working in Air Traffic t .a
tx r Florida will be the guest Controll is an exciting, chal-
F1 speaker, at the benefit pro- lenging, and a rewarding car- ,
gram on Thursday night, Nov. eer with salaries starting at 1 i
-'-'- 30, at Antioch BaptistChurch.
$5,867 per year with the possibility -
1 1a 1c 1i 1k 1r
Music will be av
Mrs. Cor in e Manning of Lottie Holmes of Syracuse, provided by ofproceedingtothefull p
1430 NW 69th Street announces the Northwestern High School Journeyman level with
N. Y., and is a graduate of Albany pay
111 the engagement of her daughter State College.The Vocal Ensemble and the An- ranging from$8,000 to$12,000 Personnel Office. Stone also munication Relay Equipment p
Irene, to Mr. Devan tioch Youth Choir.Proceeds per year. If you are over 21, states that FAA needs Elec- Operators positions are tem-
Holmes of Brenton, Ala. Mr. wedding is planned for from this program have a college degree,or military tronics Technicians and Communication porary and will last approximately -
Holmes is the son of Mrs. Dec. 9th. will be used for contri- controller experience or Relay Equipment one year. For further
bution toward the Florida Instrument rating, or three Operators. Starting salariesfor information pertaining to
Memorial College. years technical experience, these positions will be these positions, call the Per-
AME's Give Food To A cordial invitation is extended call the FAA Miami Area Office commensurate with experience sonnel Office d the FAA 634-
to the public.MT.CALVARY. 634-5481 and ask for the and education. The Com 5481.

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distribution to hungry Negroes when the near-starvation con- Baptism services will be DISHWASHERS PORTERSGAS
in Mississippi Delta has ditions of thousands of Missis- held the first Sunday. Plan to We hope that everyone will STATION DRIVERS
been sent to the Delta Minis- sippi Negroes began to receive be with us and enjoy the ser- be present for our communion HOTEL & HOME MAIDS LIVE IN MAID SAl
try by the fifth district of the national attention.Money,food vice. services this Sunday morning,
African Methodist Episcopal and clothing to help no-income Prayer meeting is held which is advent Sunday.We Employment ServiceOver
Church.On families have come from 34 every Thursday night. 20 Years Service In Miami
hand when the shipment states and Canada.In please pray for the sick and will have Tuesday night
services at 534 N. Miami AVI.
arrived in Greenville was response to this increasein shut-ins. 8:00 p.m. Please
Bishop H.Thomas Pr 1mm, aid available,the Delta Min- bring your Bible with you to
3798382SAMPSON'S
Nashville, Tenn.,presiding istry has extensively expanded morning and evening worship.
bishop of thefifth district. its welfare and relief pro- BEWARE I
Bishop Primra also gave the gram in eight Delta Countiesin
Delta Ministry $5,000 contri- Mississippi -- Washington, Superstition, Cord Read. 1
buted by members of his dis- Bolivar, Tallahatchie, Sunflower Ing, Tea Reading, Witch. MARKET
trict to help in buying food Humphreys, Yazoo, craft. They are all tins)
stamps for families without Sharkey and Issaquena. It has Now you are wanted and
incomes. been able to assist 3,000 no- needed ,In the Roman 1466 NW 62 ST.
The Delta Ministry is a income persons in purchasingfood Catholic Church.
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i'jj Success in demonstratinghow gue. It was funded InMlamiby America, teams were put into
poverty-strictenfamtlfes the Economic I Opportunity action, each comprised of two
can be helped to solve difficult Program, Inc. professional workers spec-
problems and overcome isolation It was the first nationwide ializing in family counselingor
and despair" was demonstration to be sponsored community organization,
claimed by Mrs. Louis Gias- by voluntary,non-profit social and two non-professional social
ser, President of Greater Mi- service agencies and work aides"from thepov-
ami Urban League. funded by the U. S. Office of erty neighborhoods being i
Citing a nationwide pro- Economic Opportunity Although served.
gress report on the achieve- the project at the national Independent evaluative research -
ments of Project Enable in 60 level is expected to end findings are expectedto
communities, Mrs. Glasser December 31, when OEO be released soon that docu- .1t .
stated exhausted local ment the of a;l \L 1. .l N H* \r o. V '.;, : "S'r '..L'r. ; .
the local Enable, the grants are success project 1. .I ++ N 1. a i. + r{ +
Urban League and Family Ser- projects are expected to con- Enable and its local participa- 1: J4JL'tJLSP .'p1ft $ L- ..lt.sc4'4 /
vice Association as a part of tinue in a number of other ting organizations, Mrs.Glas-
the national project, has also .Comm'nitres. ser stated. +I 1ft !t 1k t11 1'! Ik L1'! L*J .! it 1! of !k I.
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been successful in demonstrating The progress report titled Included in the progress report ; 5 .S.-and 4i'L
Melfie Coleman Chapter No. 0. Hinam Chapter No. dge i joinedtogether i ,
how to "Enable Found A recently are statements confirm-
help people Way, :
in celebrating their Seventh Anniversary on Oct., 22 at St. Luke Baptist
solve personal and family released by the three ing the nationwide success of Church. :
how to national de- the in of its dis-
problems, help groups organizations project spite
Members standing left to right are: Annie Clark, Ruby Fredrick, Occie Williams,
scribes in various continuance
families improve their success aspects due to lack of
neighborhoods and community of work with families funds. Endorsementsarefrom Lottie Lundy, Ze/e/ora/ Rowe, Juanita Silliman, Eva Marshall, Gussie Nelson, Mozell9// :
services, and how to enlist and suffering from poverty. Dur- executive directors Clark W. Roberts, Amanda Allen, Johnnie M. Dudley, Essie Franklin, Ella// Ellis, Freddie :
train non-professional resi- ing the first 15 months of the Blackburn, Family Service Washington, Carrie Glass Cox, Maggie Norris, Katie Ctenshaw Seated left to right
dents of poverty neighbor- Project, 30,000 parents in 600 Association of America; Aired Willie M. Kelly, Edna Cooper, Wanza Deliford, Rev. P. W. Williams, Annie Leonard,
hoods to give effective aid to separate groups were activated D. buchmueller, Child Josephine Williams, Nettie R. Lloyd and Essie Hardwick.In .
their neighborhood. in poverty-stricken neigh Study Association of America; the bottom picture, Sis. Zeldora/ Rowe was crowned queen of Second Melzi/
Enable in Miami was organized borhoods. and Whitney M. Young, Jr., Coleman Chapter No. 5 0. E. S. at the anniversary celebration. Sis. Wanza Deliford,
March, 1966,as partof National Urban League. W. M. Captain No. 2, and runner-up was Sis. Gussie Nelson.
a nationwide experiment Local projects J combined
gun in 1965 as Project Enable methods of parent education,
(Education and Neighborhood family counseling and com- Child Spacing Program
Action for Better Living En- munity organization. Discus-
vironment), Jointly sponsoredby sion groups of parents were Moved To Health Dept. .
the Child Study Association the base for educational and
+ of America, the Family Ser- action programs. After train- Patients attending the Lib- Center on Wednesday from
vice Association of America, Ing initiated by specialists of erty City Clinic, EdisonLittle 6.00 to 10:00: p.m,
and the National Urban Lea- the Child Study Association of River Clinic,and North Miami Patients attending the Per- .
Clinic will be taken care rine Clinic will be taken care
of at the Dade County Health of at the South Dade Center on
Senior Citizens Move Into Department 62nd Street Cen- Thursdays from 6:00 to 10:00 !
ter on Mondays from 6.00: to P.m. ..e
New Public Housing 10:00 p.m. Sixty-second Street Center, ;.1>

Some 49 Dade County senior Senior Centers of Dade Patients of the Coconut 2745 NW 62nd St., 633-1441, $ r1 I,
citizens celebrated Thanks- County.A Grove Clinic can go to the Monday 6:00: to 10:00 p.m. ,'.
giving in new apartments in profile of the elderly citi- South Miami Center on Wed- South Miami Center, 5798 f'
nesday from 6ootol0:00p.m. SW 68th St, 666-2538, Wednesday ...
George Smathers Plaza. They zens moving in shows that -
are the first of a group of 217 there are more single persons Patients of the Culmer 6:00 to 10:00 p.m. ))4
persons who will be moving than couples 147 single persons Clinic can go to the DowntoHERE'S Downtown Center, 1350 NW ."
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generate a lot of "black pow- the chance to review your

er" conversation among Ne- background. Send your resu-

gro intellectuals, as well as me, or a letter outlining your

among the white rightists, as { drool education and experience to:

it pulls no punches.It funlyd&nty.-- -. Y'__ '--'_ __ .._ Professional Employment Co-
is 600 pages of the dis- '," '
cussion of racial animosity, Sunlight Beauty School Graduation ordinator, Lockheed-Georgia :
Company, 834 West Peachtree
race hatred, integration, de- .. _
segregation, Negro leaders, a- Street, Atlanta, Georgia 30308,
white! liberals, and the South- Dept 200- M|F.r

ern concept of racial equality. ,' If there are no openings for

Mr. Cruise's principal argument '; your particular skill at the mo-
Is that there can not be Lockheed
ment, will microfilm
any advancement of the Negro
your resume, place in our Professional -
in America on one front only. M !f'
He thinks that Negroes should r Applicant Search

form their own political party, ,,' and Retrieval System and review
and like other power bloc, it regularly when new

Negroes must work from a political I'' SN '.' openings occur.
economic, social and
cultural base. F Send us your resume. Tie your : \ ,
future to the future of Lock- ;
The author thinks that all
white people are enemies' of heed-Georgia leader' in the. .
the Negro in this country coming age of air freight. "

they are, he says, the com- Lockheed is an equal opportunity

munists, leftwlagers.liberals, ( i :; employer and a Plans for
labor, Jews. 7unlipht&autN :
Progress Company.
,
Mr. Cruise cannot see any- ,:t/ ".... ,,),,
thing but Negroes' enemiesand .
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Fy'" '
adds the supporters of the ( ,' :', \ "
\
Civil Rights movementandthe

absentee landlords, and the >E
slumlords to his list. i
chool + ,' ,, _
He includes the white 11berals -
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and _says, "The white
liberal problem-solver is the
On November 10 the Sun.
emasculator of the creative
light Beauty School held a gala
and intellectual potential of the
night Annual Prom at the Sir
Negro intelligentsia." John Knight Beat. The beautiful 4, w' A_,

theme for the evening was I AIoo
Steady Risein "Moon River."

While the lovely Mrs.Elvira :
Barney "Moon River "
Employment sang -
the lovely Miss Sunlight 'Was
crowned for 196768. The 3 l f nurW jUlS
Continues US.MAI[
lucky persons were no other ,
Employment in DadeCounty than the lovely Miss Ruth Mit- f
is still rising despite the decline chell and her two beautiful attendants -

nationwide. Heavy rains runners. up Mrs.
in the garment industry'of 9.9a Wileni Smith and Mrs- Bar.

since last month, pushed bara McNorton.
Dade's employment figure up Miss Sunlight and her attendants
.6% for the month. Harry L. and the Sunlight Schoolof
Tyson, Metropolitan Area Beauty would like to thank
Manager ofthe Florida State their many friends for your

Employment Service, noted liberal cooperation throughoutthe
that "This time of year em- years.
ployment usually takes an up- Sunday, Nov 12th, the
ward spurt due to the openingof school held its 32nd annual

the winter tourist season, commencement exercises at i
which, by indications, will the Church of the Open Door. 1
prove. to be a,banner year. The theme for the occasionwas
However, add increased con- "Knowledge is Power."
tract construction to the up- Mrs. Eloise B. Kemp was organist
ward surge in the garment industry and Mrs. Florence All
plus the tourist influx, mistress of ceremonies.Mrs. .
and you have a combinationthat Wilena Smith spoke on,"Cos
once again puts Dade's to- metology, a Design for Life" 1 k1ifTITivIi
tal employment figure in front The graduation address was
nationwide." delivered by the Rev. Theodore

Average b 0 u r I earnings Gibson who was Introduced I
remained at the August levelof by Mr. Daniel Francis,
$2.24 per hour and rose 1 Be sure to look for Miss
$0.08 from September 1966. Sunlight and her attendants in
The food and kindred products the Classic Parade.
and the machinery industry Mrs. Dorthay Brown,the in- REPAIRS
both boosted weekly pay by structor Sunlight Beauty
$2.52 over the month. School, is a patient at the Clover

Total unemployment of 15-, Leaf or Parkway General STEREOS
30 in October, including Hospital. The school and students
gees, comprised 3.8 of the missed her sincerely.We 1 .
estimated work force of 480,- wish her a speedy recovery -
700. This was 900 less than and the best of health. RADIO '

September and 400 below Oc- Sunlight Beauty School wishesits
tober 1966 total unemploy- many friends a gracious
ment. Thanksgiving.





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I Florida memorial College to Honor SALE BIG ROCKS

OPEN 10
Senator CainEight PUBLICTHURS..FRI..SAT .


hundred, people will half of the student body by Mrs. ed a wave of fear in Washington .SUN.' o Daily 10.9, Stin. 10-7 -
attend a dinner December 11, A Malcolm peabody, the 80- Dk C. political circles.
which will honor former Unit year-old mother of the then Renowned for having cleaned 5315 N.W. 3&tII.Are. 1421 M.W. 1h An.
ed States Senator Harry P. Governor of Massachusetts. up prostitution and gangland Ph. 633.1142
Cain (R. Wash.) at the Deau- However, Florida Memorial infiltration in Tacoma Wash Ph.p3.9Y10
ville Hotel Miami Beach. a College is only one of the ef- ington when he was mayor in HMEECS3SE ST8RACE '
The dinner is sponsored by forts in the community, which 1938 1945, Cain was easily V mil IECo 20..
elected United States Senator FR E E
the Florida Memorial College ..ps has consumed the interest of ON III UUWIYS MID
from his state.
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it was announced by Rev. Ed- the former Republican member
Cain continued his interestin
ward T. Graham, Chairman of of the nation's most influential -
the Board of Trustees and as political body.A Republican politics when he Georgy Girl
became a citizen of Miami and
a tribute to the man who has citizen I of Dade County caused a furor in Republican
done so much to help the pre since 1957 Senator Cain circles by his endorsement of The GO GO

dominantly Negro four year assumed'immediate responsibility the Johnson-Humphrey ticket TEENAGE DOLL
liberal arts relocate
college in the community with and organized the Florida
from St. Augustine to Miami in s Swinging 20" high Georgy Girl
1968. the Mia m I.Dade County Citizen Committee for this has black, blond or red hair
Chamber of Commerce and the ticket in 1964. falling In a switch over her
Prior to the I Ilia m s. Arizona; Stanley United Fund. A committed: public servant shoulder. Her

Cain and Rev. Wyoming; John A. He assumed the presidency Cain assumed leadership in arms and
host six of the Colorado David F.Car-
; of the latter when it was in a behalf of Florida Memorial legs are fully
ernors, who New Mexico; and Spiro T., critical situation financially, College at a time when the jointed. Eyes 299
the Maryland. and he gave the program the Board of Trustees of the college open and
conference Senator Cain's interest in leadership it required to set it had experienced major close. GeorOX -
Beach Memorial College reversals in their to s Girl I ..
on the forward momentum plans relocate -
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special on site from the time two years which is evident today.A the school. comes'dressed WALKINGBOLL
of the college ; when the school was in- traveled student teacher, The dinner will initiate In black lec
governors who in racial disturbance soldier and politician, Cain funds to build the Senator tards and
this Interest in St. Augustine and made the was instrumental 'in leadingthe Harry P. Cain Hall in the Library full length $ 00 1M
education in c 1 news scene as a "Cain mutiny" in Con building of the college. black stockings mesh.of severs e t"e
T. Evans ; of a pilgrimage on be- gress against the late Senator Governor Spiro T. Agnew

Joseph McCarthy and "McCarthyism" Maryland, will be the guest RUSTIC GOOP
which has creat- speaker. LIMIT! 39C
: Fisk Names For WM Maker

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Clifford R. Universities, and a
ganizer and of Sigma XI Fratern D
Miami Chapter and numerous profes- lip %' hg. 3.80C
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has just and technicalsocleties. /
from Fisk is also a member of the v r.> q
Trustees Human Relations
pointment of of Nashville. !'j5
Lawson as the In addition to the above, he
dent of the served as chairman of the 1 prds1s laces n ':
of physics at Fisk:

Dr. Lawson, 1957. Prior to that time, :
a native of was professor and chair- tides MtlnFtafjFrrt I
tucky and a Phi department of physics at IJdae MI5e
graduate of State A&I Univers Frizzy& dis *
1935. He earned e MftthMlSuffSWM WWlfMfllN
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: ter of science This comes as: good news to C ferjTwt&fiiswim.
doctorate in F Is kites throughout the Mi ,
versity of area. The following con Rev. Edward/T.Graham, left, chairman of the/ Boardof RATH; t I

specialist in were sent on be Trustees, Florida Memorial College, presents a 1STIM1IOT

scopy and has of the Miami Fisk: Club; "Lamplighter Award" certificate to Stuart Perlman, strides to ttw MiMrtw:ri' aC Sl
number of "The Miami Fisk Club con- president of Lum's Restaurants. The lum's chain has Oil and lfcM Mi pysr Mr "* iUi IJIiwNiKiti f
1 including yoU and o f f e r s, in presented the college with fourteen scholarships. hn I'M p1 eat el his sued.sheet Mil
with reiBrtlo
Chemical to our prayers for Di iHMllnf end ktaki-l
K. stela e.lv.liaand
of Analytical guidance our confidence pm retract MM
the Journal of and support. May rebut .,MMM
Optical Society. noble task: which you have Call seals; *f tin.
rector of the in steering Fisk for
Infrared e'W and onward always find CHARLESROGERS
tute, a member in the front ranks of
of directors of Universities." a

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FOR A GOOD 3UY ON A SENSATIONAL"/

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The United through, an annual na UNLIMITED QUANTITIES it!

Fund this : appeal, During the Values' \
check for$5, two decades, the organi e omit'y
si-Cola has distributed more up to y
for Your
presented $95 million in privately M $1.50 Choice = !
Wright, the funds to its pre
by Charles W. Negro member in NOCONEMACHINE if i

Company's ial Projects SUPERSKATES f

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department."Twenty. Service .
Building to 99A1t ;
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United Negro r 0 YialueO
recognition of j jI'

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education Lot or OnriAttractive
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Fund Is a a Lovely N.w WE ELL HAPPINESS 7ojthtm: .with dilicloic 1
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colleges Coll Us for Facts About ..:. :;nryflirorH taste w
Building the rre..r..1s .f Ner'h.S.uth txprttiway ,,, trait! ,
organized to ONLY IS MINUTES MOM ANYWHERE IN MIAMI
Bank Financing CORNER N.W. 54th ST. ft N.W 3rd AYE. !

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National Vocational tern Airlines, Is shown here involved all seventh graders
Guidance emphasis at North complementing his presentation who viewed the filmstrip: 4
Dade Junior School recently with a comprehensive coverage "Failure: A Step Toward
captured its audiences with of Job opportunities at Growth." All eighth graders
the realistic approach to the Eastern through filmstrips. participated In a similar ac

World of Work. Throughout tivity.
the week, there were speak (5)) Mr. James Jackson, ProJect ,
ers representing various Jobs Director of New Careers, (9) The culminating activitywas
and professions. Students listened U. S. Department of Labor is the very informal yet informative
to and identified with shown here as he ppoke to students North Dade Faculty ''LB.1OC
former North Date graduates generally and specifically Panel on "The Role of Basic TURKEY BACKS
now succeeding Ii* Jobs in and regarding Job opportuni Subject Matter in the World of
around the Greater Miami ties. Work.* Panel members seated 1

I area. Student knowledge was left to right, Mrs. Albertha 1tl
(6) This setting was a very
further broadened relation Carroll, reading; Mr. William
popular one among the girls. tl
ship to basic subject matter Thrower, social studies;
I and the world of work as they Pictured here are Mrs. Sallie Mrs. Margaret Green,mathematics -
Collins and Mrs.Delores Rok-
Earl Mizell
Mr. ,
listened to a well-received ;
er' of the Modernistic Beauty
science Miss Abigail nomp-
North Dade Faculty Panel. ;
Salon who shared cosmetology
tins language.
Classroom planning counseling ,
Information. Mrs. Collins and
sessions and appro- Mrs.Roker were presented to
Follow-up activities Included -
priate films did much to
pro-
TENDER SLICED
the girls by Assistant Principal
vide effective emphasis re- a tour of the Vocational
lative to Vocational Guidance. for Administration, Mrs. Shops at Miami-Dade Junior
Willie H. Jamison. The girls College as well as similar stu- BEEF LIVER 25
received many helpful beauty dent workshop settings LB.
(1)) A guidance office scene
hints so vital to success on any
the school
shows Helen Sampson, 9-10 Job. throughout year.
student, busily engaged In pre- School visitors during the

paring materials for distribution ((7) Highlight the student workshops week included Mr. Daniel F.
to student workshops.In for the week was North Westfall, Northwest District
the background are'Counselors Dade's own Walter Richardsonwho Superintendent; Dr. Catherine
M. Allen and R. Strapp Walton District Guidance Specialist .
Is shown here explaining 4 s,( ) ,' e; Via" y
making final plans for student the Art of Advertising.Walter, ; Mrs. Miriam Pratt,
workshop rolls prepared for a 1966 graduate of North Dadeis Coordinator, Federal Guidance -
I each faculty member., employed in Copywriting at Project and Mr. Gil
and Roebuck Biscayne Johnson, Continuing Educa
F. (2)) Shown here is a group of Sears tion.
students listening to Lt. Le- Store.
Mrs. Marguerite Miller,
roy Smith who spoke most effectively
(7a) Mr. Charles D. Wyche, head counselor and counselors
work and
on police SUGAR 5 39
law enforcement. school principal, is shown Marion Allen, Robert Strapp, LB. SACK
congratulating Walter. Carl Brown and Andres Davis
successful week of
report a
(3)) Nurse Dorothy Weaver and WITH $5.00 '
ORDER OR MOREI'
(8)' This is an ITV scene which Vocational Activities.
Mrs. Fannie Arnold are
shown here as they discussedand .

explained materials pertaining MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE ,
to the medical area. 6 fI g +
Mrs. Arnold is a graduate of MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY ,

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DADS COUNTY BUSINESS DIRECTORY,- I



ACCOUNTANTSS. LOUNGES ACCOUNTANTSE.
THE MANY BUSINESSES AND SERVICES OFFERED BY OUR BUSINESS COMMUNITYWILL
L. McNEAL EARLS ZEBRA LOUNGE
Bookkeeping & Tax Service 4400 NW 7th Avenue 0. CU LME R BE LISTED BY CLASSIFICATION EVERY WEEK FOR AS LITTLE AS S5.00 PER
1730 NW 57th Street Earl Edwards, Prop. Public Accountant MONTH((3 month minimum contract)FOR A THREE LINE LISTI G.ADDITIONAL LINES

.... 691.2114 SHADDIE'STAVERN Income Tax NotaryPhone WILL COST SI.00 MORE PER MONTH. LARGER SPACES MAY ALSO BE CONTRACTEDFOR
6800 NW 15th Avenue 633.3735 AT S1.7S PER COLUMN I INCH,
BARBERSHOPSBASSMAN Live Ent.rtalnm.ntW..k.nds 5264 N W 2..th Avenue

BARBERSHOP RECORD SHOPS You can \list\ rig ,
6580 NW 22nd A..nue > "

John Hosklns, Jr., Prop. CARLTON REAL ESTATE REALTY UNITED 6265 NW RECORD 7th Avenue CENTER business like <' ;ill m, "x fill :iffll: (: HiltFw .. : : ; 1

1262 NW 32nd Street -
DRESS SHOPS 635-3177 Latest Hit Record & LPs lot 0"$5 s------ --1

PAT RIGA'S INC. UPHOLSTERYAL'S THE MIAMI TIMES
5843 NW 17th Avenue LIFE REALTY UPHOLSTERY per to Ontll I 6130". Ulle AveNue
4932, NW 7th Avenue
696.3515LORY'S PL 9-4371 5509 NW 7th Avenue MIAMI fLOR10A., 31"7I
"See our ad on page 22" 759.8907
FASHION SHOPS
6112 NW 7th Avenue / Pleoff list,my dYfinlas in yo';Dade County Bu.ntu Directory
Martin W. Smith BROWN REALTY AFROBAHAMIANIMPORT.EX l anti bill m.monthly. '
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FUNERAL HOMES 754-0655 871 NW 7th St. Box 1119 NAME 0' BUSINESS
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MORTUARY t :in3vt.me'
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REPAIR PHONE Olt PROPRIETORS NAME
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a dozen devices which r 5861 NW 17th AVENUE
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MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December I, IVo/

I DORSEY DIARY I .

Merchants who advertise
This has been a week of DON'T BE A DROPOUT i
"give and take" at Dorsey.
Richard Kinsey, of section Til stay in school in The Miami Times are

7.6, sums up his idea of the Without a doubt 7y.
1
meaning of being a student at Til never be a they
telling appreciate
Dorsey in this week's Student High school dropout. I you

Editorial:
"Tills is the year I hope to Everyone shouldn'tBe ,doing business with
learn more than I learned last such fools ,
year. When I grow up I want to
'Cause what's
be sombody. So it occurs to me With staying wrong in school? you. They are courteous,
want to be
that if I somebody,
or to do something well in the
future I have to pay close attention If you want to be "hip" dependable. Shop where
.. _.
And in the \J' 1t" 1 N .r
to my work, and obey groove
teachers while rm Join the gang and AT THE WORKSHOPThe
my young.
!
I learned in the film that Stay in school. Florida Congress of Sister Maria Infanta, director you are appreciated I
everybody, everywhere wantsto Parents and Teachers DistrictTen Florida City and Naranja Child
learn. In the film all of the And when you hit sixteen annual Fall Workshop was Opportunity' Centers, also the
people had their minds on work You'll "hit the door" held at J. R. E. Lee Elemen- leader for Group Pre-School
and not play." And right into Miss Ann's tary School, South Miami, at the workshop. Mr. Stanley
And for those of you who House mopping floors. Miss Wllerine C. Bowl, prin- Newbold, PTA chaplain for i
still do not get the message, cipal; Mrs. Martha William, District Ten and second vice- :
check out this poem written by And when you get out PTA president.The president of Phyllis Wheatley WOOLWORTH'SHosiery
R. C. Jordan, Section 912.BURDINE'S You'll be treated like a toy theme of the workshopwas Elementary School PTA.
And dig this cool: "Focus: Opportunitiesfor
Plans are in the making for
They'll call you "boy." Today's Children. the 1968 banquet at the famous
Pictured above, left to right
STORES .You'll wear blue Jeans Mr. Eddie Stephen,counselor, Everglades Hotel. SALE

JOINS MIAMI TIMES And a white shirt, Coral Gables High School; Mr. Mrs. Elizabeth Williams,
And from morning to night Freddie Jones, PTA president president District 10, Mrs.
ADVERTISERSIt You'll work work, work. of Dunbar Elementary School; Dorothy Hepburn, secretary.


Times is gratifying to have for.The as one Miami of its And, too, you girlsYou'll } NEWS FROM IN AND

advertisers the Burdine's work for Miss Ann,
stores chain. A large numberof Wash her pot, glasses
the Times' readers are regular And pans. AROUND]1; THE BAHAMASThe

patrons of Burdine's. It .
is therefore expected that You'll wear a uniform, 1ft" -_. .- --_._ ... _- ---...- 6 FREEI
more of our readers will patronize Of course it's white, i
these stores. You'll scrub and clean Ministry of Education students from Andros Town,

John A. Diaz,the Times city And say you're alright. Secondary School at Fresh Love Hill, Coakley Town,
editor and advertising consul- Creek, Andros, was officially Calabash Bay and Fresh

tant, was able convince Mr. opened on Nov. 2. Among Creek.
Samuel McColloch, Burdine'svice But when you see your friends those attending the ceremon- Ten Arthur Godfrey shows ,
president charge of advertising You'll run and hide. ies were Minister of Finance will boost the Bahamas, tap
that the Times,with But they stayed in school Cal Francis and Mrs.Francis ing beginning Nov. 27, with I
its thousands of money- pending With great pride.So Commissioner C. H. shows to be aired over Radio
Archer the Hon. Clarence Station CBS on Nov 30. The
readers, is one of the best with purchaseof
Bain representative for An- group will move to Nassau on
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advertising media in this area. what r m trying to 'say isDon't
December 4 and the show with
dros in the House of Assembly ,
We welcome Burdine's, and
be fooled
hope that the confidence it is But-enjoy the pleasureOf and the Hon. Turner B. the largest radio audience in 6 pairs at
the world will broadcast from
Shelton, U. S.Consul-General.
reposing in the Times will be a staying in school!
rewarding The school will be attended by Nassau. low
one. low
our priie
Willie Weeks, 71, owner of ,
Weeks' Bicycle Shop died recently )
at his home on Blue Hill

SAVE $$ SAVE $$ SA'It Road survived and by Dillett his wife Street., Fran-He is pairs )
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SATURDAY & SUNDAY, DEC. 2, 3, 1961 died at Matthew Town, Inagua way
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Mrs. Eliza Smith and! four bro
thers.
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PRICE I INCLUDES was charged with deliberately -
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I. CARPET Carmichael Road on July 9.

2. SPONGE RUBBER ,CUSHION She and her boyfriend, Basil
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3. INSTALLATION During a drinking spree, he
asked her to press a pair of
pants for him. She sprinkledsome
kerosene around and

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Three Negro Players Rattlers Throw Double Barrel


Named to Look All America .1 I

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York. -Three Negro performances included four smiles.
college football stars have touchdowns against Iowa and Under the leadership of Morand and Riley,the Rattlers have

*>een named to the Look Magazine 224 yards rushing against .,:. scored 294 points in their eight games this season.
All America team. Illinois. Defensively, one of Their different styles often make it difficult for Rattler op-
The 22-man team, selected his best games came against ponents to concentrate on Just one phase of the offense.
>j the Football writers Asso- Notre Dame when he batted .. Coach Griffin will go with either quarterback,regardless of
iation of America,was announced down three passes, besides """ W'v the situation..and he's done it with much success.An .
in the current issue scoring a toichdown. excellent example would be the two touchdowns passes
of Look. Liggins, a speedy defensive that All-America end John Eason caught in the Rattlers 36-25
The players chosen were: guard, is credited with playingan win over Alabama A&M College. The touchdowns brought the
0. J. Simpson of the Univers- important part in the resur- Rattlers from behind and put them ahead to stay.,
'ty of Southern California,Le- gence of Oklahoma's team Morand threw the first one with a little more than seven
tOy Keyes of Purdue andGran- The Look article cites him minutes left to play.Less than five minutes later Eason caughtthe
yille Liggins of Oklahoma. for making the second and winning touchdown pass, but that one came from Riley who P

Simpson, a 6'1", 198-pound third effort.In one play against ... had scrambled for 25 yards a play earlier.
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Running back, is one of five Texas, L 1 g gin s bowled over J N "We're fortunate to have two problems like Riley and Mor-
)juniors on the All America the center, knocked down the tl and running our offense,"said Coach Griffin,"they have poise
Seam A sprinter for the USC tailback after a fake and then under pressure and both have the leadership qualities and the
rack team, Simpson gained caught up with the actual ball excellent character that is so important for a quarterback to
t more than 1,000 yards in the carrier as he tried to circle have if his teammates are going to respect him"
:jrro j Jans' first seven games Before the season started Coach Gaither picked the pair as
Before.an injury temporarily end.Simpson's teammate Ron co-captains of the offensive team.
;sidelined him. Yary, an offensive tackle,was Although some new plays have been added, FAMU will stick
Keyes, who is also a Junior named by the FWAA to receivethe t with the offense that have led them to a 7-1 season record.
>
running back, is a standout on Outland Trophy as the best They'll face the tough Texas Southern Tigers Saturday night in

lefense as well as offense On interior lineman in the .. 'TII ,,. Tampa.
the attack, his outstanding country. The theory that two heads are better than One is no longera Riley and Morand are also on their way to breaking passing
,- theory as far as Florida a AiM Rattlers are concerned. Itsa records at Florida A&M. Morand has completed 43of 102 attempts i
fact to the Rattlers and they can attest to it. for 679 yards and six touchdowns, but he takes a backseat i
See Take two quarterbacks like senior Elroy Morand and Junior to the youthful Riley who has completed 47 of 101 attempts
fAMU Win
22,900 Ken Riley, one a scrambler who can pass when he has to for 815 yards and eight: touchdowns. l'
.and you've got the dilemma Assistant Coach Pete Griffin is The school records show a total of only 16 touchdowns being
In scored via the air lanes,and already the pair have 14 with two
TampaTampaFlorida in.Griffin took over the reins of Head Coach Jake Gaither side- more games to go. They are also closing in the most passes ,
lined with a broken leg and Just looks at the problem and completed marks of 235 and 107 yards. :ii!
A&M Uni- Florida A&M and ran for a 13-
versity's Rattlers, led by senior yard touchdown with 9;20 left virtual standoff in the statistics -
quarterback Elroy in the ball game.Morand com department as FAMU had IHI
'rd 0 ran d's brilliant passing, pleted the Rattler scoring as nine first downs, 113 yards I
scored a 30-7 victory over he threw a 67-yardpasstoAll- rushing and 127 yards passingfor "
Vexas Southern University America end John Eason fora a total of 240 yards. TSU '
Saturday, before 22,900 fans touchdown with Just 3;18 left managed 11 first downs Prt-Gamt 7:30: KIckoff at 1:11 I'I'i

The win left the Rattlers in the game. against FAMU and 135 yards i
vith a 8-1 record and Texas Texas Southern finally got rushing and 105 yards passingfor
,
Southern with a 6-3 season on the Scoreboard as halfback a total of 240 yards rush
-nark. But the win was a sweetme Willi e porter scampered 64 ing and passing. y
for Coach Jake Gaither's yards from scrimmage for the The Texas Southern-nattIer \ )
battlers as they defeated lone TSU score with only 1:26 contest was a preparatorygame
Southern who had previously left. for the big 35th annual
oirned back Tennessee State The two teams played to a Orange Blossom Classic game
University FAMU's lone loss tJ

'jf the Tennessee season was State.at the handsif Dillard High Grad Receives I

Morand, completing five of ORAIUGEBLOSSOM t
l 11 pass attempts for 110 yards Galimore Memorial Scholarship r

tossed for three touchdowns \
Charles Goodrum, a stand- Domesthenes Goodrum, 1806 CLASSICSAT.
oasses. One,with only 1:58 re- to
out tackle for Dillard High NW Third St., Winter Haven. ,
naining in the first half, went
School Fort Lauderdale last Pepsi presents the full tui- .,
.0: halfback Kent School field .' ',
'or a 15 yard pass. Horace year, and a top student scho- tion four-year scholarship to j, ",,:'t 'f I"
uovett, FAMU's sensational lastically, will be awarded the an outstanding Negro high : : ,
Annual Willie school graduate to
sophomore Pat man, booted Pepsi-Cola Gal- every year
limore Memorial Scholarshipand commemorate the memory of .
he extra point. :
plaque at the Orange Blos- Gallimore, the greatA&M grid .
FAMU scored again late in ;
som Classic Saturday night star who was killed in an auto NIGHT
:lie third period(2:3!)as Mor-
ind threw his second touch- Herbert G. Paige, vice accident several years ago. f
president and "The selection is made"
general man-
town this 15- I DEC. 2
: pass, one a yardr -
to halfback Melvin Jones. ager of Pepsi-cola Bottlers of said Paige, in disc I losingGoodrurn's
Miami Inc. will make the selection "on the
,
Lovett again booted the extra
JOint. presentation at apre-game basis not only of sports prowess ORANGE BOWL ,
Rattler reserve quarter ceremony on the field at the but also of scholarship.
Orange Bowl.Goodrum This represents an investmentin
jack
Ken Riley then came into
he ball on the next now a freshman young men who are likelyto
game Florida A&M Rattlers vs. Grambling University
series of offensive plays for at A&M majoring in sociology, be leaders in their commun- ;
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. ity and their state.".


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BY HARRY SPEAR .

LEO ARMBRISTER Over .I

$10,000 MISS FLORIDA HANDICAP SATURDAYThe .1 .
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accent will be on the fair sex as Tropical Park fea- "When the Florida All M University m t e t tough Grambllng
tures Its third weekend of racing with this$10,000 addedMlss College in the 35th Annual Orange Blossom Classic Decem
Florida Handicap for two-year-old fillies born In the State of ber 2nd in the Orange Bowl, it will pit the two magic namesin
Florida. The Miss Florida Handicap Is a test of speed and is small college football.
traditionally run at six furlongs. Professional football scouts know their practice fields as i
Sure to be high-weight of the field Is E. D. Kohr's Go Go well as the pro teams that they represent. Together the two
Windy. They bay daughter of Restless Wind has a superb rac- It was city commission day at Tropical Park last Saturdayand schools have contributed more players to the professionalranks
ing record behind her and is generally regarded as one of racing's Miami Mayor Stephen Clark and City Commissioner Atha. than any other two colleges of comparable size.
lie Range were on hand to present the to the winner ol
most promising runners. In a light campaign of five trophy The selection of Grambling adds super bowl status to the
starts she has won three races including the Mermaid Stakesat the City of Miami Handicap to owner M.Garcia of the Camino classic, for if any predominantly Negro colleges h a v e de-
Atlantic City. Her two losing efforts were likewise brilliant. Del Rio stable. Looking on are Norma Shearer, Miss Miami; veloped a tradition for winning football games and producing
trainer
H. Gunson and
Impeded in an allowance race at Garden State she was moved Metro News Bureau; photo.winning Jockey, J.Velasquez.Miami great players, It's Grambling and FAMU.
by the disqualification into second place.Then on November 11
she was defeated a mere nose in the rich Gardenia Stakes. Both schools had at least one representative among the all-
pro selections of the National and American Football Leagueslast

HORSES TO WATCH PROTECT YOUR FURNITURE year.The Rattlers were represented by flanker Bob Hayes;
t WITHOUT HIDING ITS BEAUTYI of the Dallas Cowboys in the NFL and split end Al Denson of
Tex Ace, Pistachio H, Odd Dancer, Third party, Frans t NO+c ,. CUSTOM MADE 111 the Denver Broncos in the AFL.
Airki, Danmar, Reely Beeg, Dream Ruler, Sarolso, prima- PLASTIC FURNITURE [Jj Willie Davis, defensiveend for the Green Bay Packers of the
rosa n, Olympia Blood,had a few winners last week. Keep your .1 NFL, and Buck Buchanan, defensive tackle for the Kansas City
eyes on the rest. Season Just started. SLIP COVERS Chiefs of the AFL, were Grambling representatives.
.. e WANT VSTAl.AU CUAI"I A recent issue of Ebony Magazine lists 14 active players in
P4M LON MfltTANT LAITIN. the pro leagues for Grambling and 10,for FAMIJ. If you add the
FLAGLER KENNEL CLUB
JOLTINGS
.WILY UAIANTIIDIIMk. hM I +, male: enrollments of the two schools together(1400 for Gramb-
Granny's Pick and Abstained have Joined Eddie Alderson's w w OlR1I1., 11N1M.nlf'' ling and 1800 for FAMU and divide by the number of players
Xandra at the top of the list in the semifinal round of Flag- txir ldU".* .I.dl Nfp11l N ((24)) in the pro leagues, you get one professional for every 133
l'r
!ill lit
I ler's $112,000 International Classic. But with two more roundsto AivmmiM fill I"IMATII males on campus.As .
go (Wednesday and Saturday of this week) the door to the (limitKlMioxl SPECIALIZING a4 CALL usual, both teams are loaded again this year. Pro scouts
finals is still wide open. e All. nnm VIKTItK IN PLASTIC pT oI will be carrying an extra load of ball point pens to keep from
EXCLUSIVELY BLIP COVERS NIGHT running out of ink when the Rattlers and the Tigers begin to
The most constant factor in the first seven rounds has been
sing contracts after the Classic is over.
Xandra, who gave one of her finer performances Saturday ot Gretchen X082
House $1'4 Grambling boasts one of the top quarterbacks in the South
' Breaking seventh from the No. 8 box, she came on to win by
Western Atlantic Conference is James Harris. In the first sev-
seven lengths over the early-speed specialist, Ernie's Re- Formerly Gretchen-Nicholas Plastic Covert
cruiter. en games, he completed 59 passes in 133 attempts for 893
yards and 11 touchdowns.

0. K. Duke's Pranced, second choice backofXandra in that Il ti------,. Harris has three speedsters to hand off to when he's not passing -
one, got into trouble but recovered and ran a good race to take r Essey Johnson and Charles Berklns at halfback,and Hen-

third place. I ry Jones at fullback. They have accounted for 1,068 of Gramb-
That was Xandra's fifth win in seven Classic starts and she HAIR DOESN'T GROW? : ling's 1,384 rushing yards in the first seven games.

finishedsecondwi the two occasions in which she failed to win. I .; DANDRUFF? The Tigers have won eight of nine games.They lost to Jack-
Abstained, Granny's Pick, Cleve Commel and Pranced have I II son State, 20-14. They defeated Alcorn A&M 13-7, Prairie
scored four wins each for the next best records. But that is r ITCHY SCALP? View 13-1, Tennessee State 26-24, Mississippi Valley 64-0,

'f purley academic. ., FALLING HAIR? 1 Texas Southern University 30-14, Arkansas AM&N 39-13.,,
Wiley College 70-12 and Southern University 27-20.
With the start of the semifinals, accumulation of points towards The Rattlers have 1966.All-America end John Eason.In the
berths'in the Dec. 9th finals and fled 8th Consolation' 'I HELP Iv 1 1I Rattlers first seven games Eason broke FAMU's modern record -
began a new and Xandra, Abstained and Granny's pick Jumped HERE IS for the most touchdown passes caught in one season (eight).
4t into a quick lead in this direction. He also holds the modern punting record for FAMU (43.3 aver-
I age in 42 punts). Eason has been selected play in the Blue-

HARRY'S HOT DOGS: I USE Gray game in Montgomery, Alabama in December.
Major Hazelton, defensive halfback, will play in the North-
JF's Royal Ann Wait for her to catch an Inside box South Shrine gamo in Miami in late December. Hazelton runs
Memo Book. -. .'A'real-hot one. :1 i NU..IAIRCONDITIONING I the 100-yard dash in 9.5 and is a member of the famous 440
Admiral's Cracker. Should be a tasty one. Had trouble in : CREAM I II and 880 relay teams that won the 880 relays two consecutiveyears
last two efforts. during the Penn Relays at the University Pennsylvaniain
Juleree Try this one over the hurdles. ::1 I GUARANTE'ED TO HELP YOUR CONDITION 1965 and 1966.
E. Diane had trouble in her last. Should hit soon. OR YOUR MONEY BACKlis |I
Off The Hook. Could get you off too. Likes the inside. I Hubert Ginn, leading ground gainer for the Rattlers in 1966
has been called one of the best Rattler running backs since the
GOLF TOURNAMENT IN SIGHT NU-KAIR I days of Willie G a Ii m 0 r e and Al Frazier, and that's being in
very good company.
Golf Professionals Chick Harbert, Vic Ghezzi, Charles I highly medicated to help retarded hair growth I Ginn has run more than one-third of every ground play for

DeLucca, Jr., George Corcoran and Bill Tinder will be among land relief of Dandruff Itchy Scalp I the Rattlers in the first seven games ((97 out of 274)). He has
the 144 teetng-off for the first annual Jimmy Burns InvitationalGolf give you fast gained 457 yards and scored four touchdowns.Ken .

. Tournament at the City of Miami's LeJeune Golf Course, and Falling Hair. Ask for it at your favorite Riley and Elroy Morand alternate at quarterback for
Dec. 23.Harbert. FAMU. Riley is the team's leading in total offense with 701
DeLucca\ and Tinder are local pros, while Ghezz I I beauty salon or drug store. 1 yards.

plays out of Jamaica, Long Island, and Corcoran is the pro at I A Three Month Supply Only $1.50 FAMU has a 7-1 record to date. Theyhave wins over Allen
Marco Island Country Club., University 43-0, South Carolina State 25-0,Alabama A&M45- !
;. Harbert, who lives in South Miami, is with the General De- TZMFLE! I 36, Morris Brown 44-0, A&T State University ofNorthCaro-
velopment Corp., supervising all the firm's courses. DeLucca Tertple Add GROWER' $I' ,,50 lira 63-6, Southern University 36-25, and Bethune-Cookman
r" is the pro at Miami Lakes Country Club and Tinder operates I College of Daytona Beach; 306. They have a lone loss to Ten-
- out of the Biltmore Country Club In Coral Gables. ....sLrar.-ses.e r..I amo somas nessee State 32-8.
The 36-hole shotgun handicap event is being presented by the -
City of Miami for the dual purpose honoring the recntly retired -
Miami Herald Sports Editor and to create scholarshipfund JOE LOUIS RECEIVES I
to the University of Miamifor some deserving young golfer. fffiT1'ffiTftw
FAME AWARDJoe j

Louis, the "Brown
I WHAT CAN I SAY ABOUT THE DOLPHINS Bomber," will be awarded the I

I have stayed with them all season, have been critized over highest honor In boxing when
and over again, but the old say i n g goes,be who laughs last he receives the James J .
laughs best. After losing eight straight games the second gues- Walker Memorial Award. The
sers said they won't win another game.Taking their last three only other boxer to receive it
games into consideration they are the most improved teamin is Jack Dempsey, "The Min-
+ the league. This is a broad statement yet I go along with it. asser mauler"
Take last Sundays game a last minute touchdown set up by
Dick Westmorelands third interception for the day. There'sno
doubt he should be voted defensive back of the week. Al- The two former boxers are
the only two who have received > .
with a splint on
though he played with two fingers,wrapped up
of the both the Walker Award and the
them which was a handicap. This was his best game
John Stofa predicts they can win Neil Trophy.Dempseyreceived I
year. Bob Griese was great.
their next four games. I hope he is not too optimistic becausethe the Neil In 1940, and the $112,000.00 CLASSIC NOW IN PROGRESS A'aallrrtea
received
will be Walker In 1959. Louis -
This Sunday : "
their touchest.
last three games are M NaOie
will be at the the Neil In 1941. + /
their last road game, the last three games : DpV
Orange Bowl against San Diego, Boston and Houston. Back to
whole was great, yet there Is
Sundays game. The team on a /
still room improvement.. As I have been saying all along,
"This Is a new team and takes time to straighten things out. Have The Miami. Times 37t AVI 7th l
George Wilson and his coaches deserve a good deal of credit delivered to your house by l lfHEMIAMI
for this improvement. Tune in Sunday to WIODat 1:45 and lis- rtcil every week for only

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LITTLE RIVER DRIVE NO CLOSING COSTS ON :THE FOLLOWING THE BEST"

4 L.droonll,2 bath, garage, air cond., Fla room, $450 DOWN CBS BEAUTY. 3 bedroom, 2 bath,
screened patio, carpeting FHA terms. Best buy enclosed porch, large kitchen, built-in stove, refrigerator .. ., ..trr
in area. large utility room. $14,000 FHA.

WATERFRONT 9421 LITTLE RIVER BLVD. $350 DOWNCBS BEAUTY. bedroom, large Fla REALTYl

3 bedroom, Fla room, garage, stove and refrigerator. room, dining room, utility room, appliances, air r. ;
FHA $500 down. Vets $100. cond., fenced. $14,000 FHA. BROKER ,\ '

9015 NW 12 AVENUE $300) DOWN, NICE CBS. 2 bedroom, Fla room, ::
Beautiful 2 bedroom, Fla room, stove, refrigerator dining room, utility room, fenced. $12,500 FHA. OPEN 7 DAYS '. ,,!
sprinkler, well and pump. Only $14,500 FHA. "" ;"'. ;."1""
3 BEDROOM CBS BEAUTY. Dining room, utilityroom
935 NW 83 STREET garage, stove, one air cond., sprinkler, ALLAPATTAH NEAR SCHOOLS, SHOPS, ,!
2 bedroom beauty, carport, painted inside and fenced. $1,500 down, $10,500 total. Bonkfinanc- BUSES
out. Only $11,000. Vets $100 down. ing. Two lovely ho me ion 13th Avenue,|lust below NW I ii'
36th St. Florida room, garage, jalousie windows,
1351 NW 51 TERRACE CBS 4 BEDROOM, 2 BATH or Duplex, 3 bedroomand tile roof, wall heat, front porch, appliance l i s. II
2 bedroom, Fla room, carpeted, Manor Park area. 1 bedroom. No qualifying. $90 month. $1,000 Large landscaped yard. FHA $12,000, $400 down, '
FHA terms. Vets $100 down. down. $8,000 total. $74.41 month.
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3120 NW 12 AVENUE BEAUTIFUL CBS DUPLEX. For the Elite. 2 j M'"\"-; '
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bedrooms each side. Large formica kitchens. \Ii'y: "q 'W11 /; 'I
Beautiful 2 bedroom, Fla room, enclosed /' ..,, ', ll.' .
garage Built-in oven and range, 2 refrigerators, carport ''I''''; "I '
front porch, vets $100 down. Don't pass this up. .! tJt:: }i ,
and for.4 ,
parking cars. Large utility room. Private :. -: ...t :..-.:.:"".." '
'1861 NW 42 STREET $19,000 entrance total. tol bedrm each side.$6,000 down, .. fMA1H'f# d_.m+ !!'. lilt;; t
1 bedroom duplex. Almost new. Only $11,000
FHA terms. Live rent free. WE HAVE MANY OTHER GOOD BUYS PAY LESS THAN RENT OWN YOUR HOME
$100 DOWN FOR VETS & DISPLACED PERSONSrSAt1iliEiiIftI Neat 2 bedroom CBS large Fla room, tile roof
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 24 HOUR SERVICE city water and also pump and well for your yard,
HOMES FOR AS LITTLE AS $100 DOWNWE refrigerator, air conditioner. Bargain at
SPECIALIZE IN HOMES FOR PERSONS BEING Itov'b, $300 down and $59.65 month FHA.

HOUSING DISPLACED PROJECTS IN URBAN, VETERANS.RENEWAL CALL AREA TO, MIAMI SEE '. ''''''fllilMlv 1011'ML't', ;#tW 1.ITTLE v

IF YOU QUALIFY. YOU'RE ONLY A PHONE CALL ,.... '1-- 8418 NW'24th"'Av"* lively\2 bedroom'CBS/"rtO'
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AWAY. ; next to schools, Tile roof, carport, awning wle q,
dows, air conditioner, stove refrigerator..
$13,000, $400 down and $$80.82 month '

Buy It HOISI Today t CARLTON BEAUTIFUL NEW AREA-NEAR EVERYTHINGModern

LOW DOWN PAYMENTS! 4 bedroom, 2 bath CBS, front porch, carport -
REALTY jalousie windows, wall to wall carpeting,
((1)) 3850 NW 170th St. $300 down. 3 bed. fenced. New area, near schools. ,shopping, bus.
FHA $13,000, $400 down, $80.82 month.
((2)) 3401 NW 178th St. 2 bed., Fla room, (BROKER)
$500 down, $96 month. SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS .

V 635-3177 Lovely 3 bedroom CBS, tile roof, jalousie win
((3)) 5450 NW 15th Ave. $1200. 2bed. baths dows floors
He Serves Miami I terrazzo modern kitchen, lots oh;
Fla room. Seablnels, large landscaped I lot. Near everything 1 .
2 BDRM, I BATH-CBS, FHA. NW 104th St. area. |I FHA i'' $12,5003400 f T---1; down'ond/$77.61 t'7Cf S 4 16JJ.YfIY.ILJ1. ,A..SIilYIt.9', !LSn.? .l.:,s.
1370 Near school. $10,0 m, $10 down, $62.22 mo.
((4)) NW 58th Terr. $500 down. Move in. OUTSTANDING
BUY LESS THAN RENT
((5)) 5537 NW 4th Ave. 2 bed. $300 down. 3 BDRM, I BATH CBS, FHA, tile roof, terr. Modern 3 bedroom CBS in new area near schools,
Move in. firs. $12,500, $300 down. $78.25 mo. slopping, bus. Jalousie windows, large lot a o.
pliances. Bargain at $10,200, $350 down, s63.. 8
.. ((6)) 3207 NW 68th St. $100 down. $22 wk. 3 BDRM, I1/ BATH CBS, FHA. NE 150th St. month. Live better for less.FWBSECUKITYVHTHINCME.
area. Corner $12,900. $4.0 down. $80.18 mo. "

'I ((7)) 3274 NW 68th St. $100 down. $20 wk. I PHPERT '
3 BDRM 2 BATH Ranch style CBS, FHA J' "I
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I Beauty.$16,000{ $600, $98.78 mo. Whave 'a few 2, ,3, ,Il, 5, and,6. ,unit,! : aporlm' ; .',
I ((8)) 2153 NW 49th St. $195 down. $23 wk. !! 's ihat.youtcetbuywit1s ?i''jittUas! $' .ilS '"
DUPLEX & HOME IN REAR CBS, tile roofs, dow": LIve'".. inoiiortmeiifro ; aad.iJoU.ct "
((9)) 1273 NW 51st Terr. 'S250 down. FHA. Live I Rent Free in 2 bedrm, 1 bath, Fla rm come[ -' tIa..o..ttiM.:,.df,: p.{!"Mfi .:rf f 4
terms. Beauty. $175 mo. income, $21,500, $5,500 down. 'Th-se, arrpaife, t"tr'tl .d,;;4aupiiCete

HOME & INCOME BEAUTY- houses on 1 lot. WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES -
FOR SALE CBS, live in one, rent the other. $18,000, $1500 YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR
10 Acres. Land Near 40 Mile Bend. S3 Wk. down, $101.99 mo. FHA. $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A ,VET OR BEING ;1
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DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY
"I NO QUALIFYING f fREALT

::1 APTS FOR RENT 3 BDRM, 2 BATH, FLA RM, CBS, tile roof,
$13,750, $1750 down $95 month.
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' 14460 NW 22nd Ave. $ week.

1217 NW 38th St. $18 week. 3 BEDRM, 2 BATH, FLA RM, tile rf, terr firs.,
CBS Beauty, $17,800, $2,200 down, $135 mo.pay I BROKER ,

: OPEN SATURDAY 8 SUNDAY 'all. 4932 NW 7th Ave. ,/r. I'
4 BDRM, I BATH, CBS, tile roof, terr. firs.,
FORD REALTYINC. Broker fenced. $11,500, $1500 down, $86 mo ; PI 9-4371 i
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/IS WORDS OR LESS LM. 5C FOR ADDITIONAL WORD. Roits Report ShowsAccording

DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS WEDNESDAY NOON I ,
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made the report "Rioting may have lems.
to a study ,
1- FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE public In New York last week, occurred i Iin the calmest city, The report said that because
CBS beauties on 1 lot. Livein 1870 NW 50th Street Qua 11 t y- constructed 3 bed there Is no single facto or but the blame was placed of these problems there Is"an
one, rEnt free! Rent from 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, Fla rm, room, 2 bath home lathe Hills combination of factors that can squarely on an Inflammatory underlying feeling among Negroes -
other enough to pay off mort- tile roof,CBSasphalt tile firs, section of Hollywood. Large assure a city will be free of incidents by the residents .. and to a lesser extent
I gage. Front home, 2 bedroom Just painted Inside. Like new and spacious rooms with cen- riots.It sampled. But the emotional among whites-.that riots get
I 1 bath, Fla. room, carport. condition. $350 down. 1 mortgage tral heat Immediate occu was also noted that the potential basis for riot behavior is therein results."
i i Rear house 1 bedroom, Fla. $100 month pays all. To pancy. Substantial cash needed for riots was abettedby each city. The report from Roper also
, room, turn. Fenced yard. Must see call: HI 5-3524 or after 6 FHA Priced in mid-twen a feeling among Negroes and The report from Roper As- said that Negroes and whites
see! FHA $500 down $96 mo. call HI 6-0647. ties. Write: William Nelson, to a lesser ,feeling among sociates was that,dissatisfaction were far apart on the major Issues -

Atlantic and Pacific Realtors, P. 0. Box 425, Hobe Sound, whites that riots do get results was highest In the follow- of race relations today.
666-0411. Modern 2 bedroom, 1 bath, Fla Florida. Dec. 1 ing areas: White people, the report said,
room, CBS, carport, patio, These were the findings In 1. Impatience about Jobs. are satisfied with progress to
pretty 3 bedroom, 1 bath CBS, wall to wall carpet. FHA$11- 1739 NW 92nd Street a report prepared for the About 60 percent of the Negroes date in giving Negroes their

tile roof, hardwood floor 700. $300 down. $73 mo. Must CBS duplex 1 bedroom and Lemberg Center for the Study think that unemployment rights, wble Negr.oesteel gov-
fenced corner lot FHA. see. Veterans or displaced bath each side. Front has Fla of Violence at Brandeis Uni- opportunities are growing too ernment action at every. levelis

$13,000, $400 down, $80 mo. persons $100 down. Atlantic& room. All newly decorated. versity, by Roper Associates slowly. too slow.
veterans or displaced persons- Pacific Realtors, 666-0411. FHA terms $12,500 with $400 under a grant from the Ford 2. Lack of housing opportunities As regards the riots,the report -
I $100 down. Atlantic and Pacific down and $77.61 month. We Foundation An average of 76 per said that large percentageof

Realtors 666-0411. have key. Arthur Tubin, Broker Interviewed were 500 Negroes cent of the Negroes think ef- whites felt that a major .
21st Ave. near 89th St. 691-4785, 7906 NW 7th in each of six c It Ie s, forts to give chances to themto cause was "outsiders' coming \
Beautiful home, fit for a King! Spacious 3 bedroom CBS, full Ave phone anytime. three of which experiencedriots live where they want to are into a city and stirring up

3 bedroom, 2 bath, screened dining room, utility room and ip 1966.The cities,pair- going too slowly. trouble."
patio, tile roof, 2 car garage, workshop. Big 112x230 lot for Open house Sunday. 3-6 p.m. ed for their similiarities In 3. General discontent. It was On the other hand,the report
formica kitchen, with built In your children to play in. FHA 1220 NW 88th St. 3 bedroom, size, population, Industry and found that 68 per cent of Negroes said, Negroes see ghetto via

stove, oven and dishwasher, terms $450 down and $93.33 2 bath, FHA or conventional, location, were; Cleveland, and were disturbed and lence being engendered by basic
many extras no closing cost. month. Veterans $100 down. carpet, built-in range and oven Pittsburgh: Dayton and Akron angry about local government' forces and conditions with-
FHA $900 down $116 month. Arthur Tubin, ,Broker, 691- priced right so come by Sun-;and San Francisco Boston. efforts to solve their probJews in the communities.
Drive by 324$ NW 99th St. Ph 4785, 7906 NW 7th Ave.Phone day and our salesmen will discuss -The first-named In each instance .
666-0411 for appointment At- anytime. terms: with you. Fenster had undergone racial

lantic and Pacific Realtors. Realty, Broker, PL 98779. upheaval. UsingAntiSemitism .

3 bedroom and Fla.,completely The Public Pulse, in its cur-
Brand new fine quality 3 bed- furnished, spotless condi- 3 bedroom CBS, carport, tile rent Issue, said that when the
room, 2 bath home. North of tion, storm shutters, recently roof, near transportation and cities were ranked on Negro Issue
expressway on open lot, at termited, Dade pine. Reason schools. FHA terms, no closing discontent, "it turned out that
4015 NW 24th Avenue phone able price. Midwest Realty, costs. Drive by 3231 NW the city where Negro turmoilwas
13604. Indef. nistSt. Then call Fenster To Mask Discrimination ?
builder, PL Ph: NE 5-8035. at its peak was Indeed In
Broker 7598779.
Realty, the riot column -- but that the
No closing cost.Fine home for Open house Sunday 3-6 p.m. city where the Negroes were The, executive secretary of to Negro demands, our own.
large family. bedroom,extra Goner must sell immaculate HOUSEHOLD GOODS least disturbed was also a riot last year's White Houco lead- hostility, our. own pre ju-
large Florida room. May be 3 bedroom, new kitchen, new Been turned down? No creditor ership conference on civil dices." -

used as 4th bedroom enclosed stove, hardwood floors, 2951 bad credit? I can get you 1 city.The report said that this did rights, warned this week In Withdrawal from the civil

front porch, 1 bath CBS, tile NW 56th St. $400.00 down pay bank financing on new furni- not mean rioting was inevit- New York that Jews may be rights movement by Jews,
roof, hardwood floor wall to ment. Midwest Realty, Ph.: ture, appliances,TV,and ste- able In all of the cities Said using the Issue of anti-Semi Aronson said as advocatedby
wall carpet, fenced FHA$14- NE 5-8035. reo. Call 661-2741. tism as an excuse to mask some. would play Into the

000, $450 down$86 month Vetsor (Jan. 4) FOR RENT their own resistance to Negro hands of anti-Semites.
displaced persons $100 4 bedroom, 2 bath partly furn. demands. There is a specific bond of
down.' Phone now before it Is Dade pine, large lot,80"xl20" Resident corner lot In Carver 1912 NW 86th Terr. Rear apt. Arnold Aronson, director of identification and sympathythat
too late. Atlantic and pacific near shopping center, corner Ranees. Reasonable.Call 634- good for bachelor or man and program planning and evalua- exists between Negroes "
Realtors 666-0411. ,56th St. and 30th Ave.Drive by 2332 or 6915454. wife. No children, furnished tion for the National Community and Jews, born of the common
'.,. and call Midwest ,Realty. Pa: of' $18 week, very clean.You pay ,Relations Advisory Coun- experiences of denial and discrimination -
3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths NE 5-8035. The price is right. lights and gas. 754-6722 between cil, accused some Jews of not ," he said.
FHA terms $18,600, only$900 10 and 6 p.m. being ready to make the "ac- As a result, he said, Jews

down for this beauty, on Little Going out of business. Fix- FOR RENT commodation" of Increased are more sensitive to anti-
2 bedroom apt. new building. rights and Jobs for Negroes.
River Dr. This has lots of ex- tures and equipment for sale. Semitism from Negroes than
tras plus den beautiful Fla Square Deal Barber Shop, 406 Rooms and efficiencies $15- Adults preferred. 1192 NW 65 Speaking to delegates at the they would be "when a Strang.
,
room, and extra breakfast rm, NW 17th Street. (Dec.8) $22 wkly. Rancho Motel, 3620 St. Corner of 12th Ave. 444- biennial convention of the er turns against us."
NW 1st Avenue 3673 Jewish Labor Committee, he A rOD SOD said, when anti-
so many things to see. It's a
beauty. Call to see. A. Ben- Duplex brings $140 a month. said Jewish concern over what Semitism appears, Jews havea
Kori Realtor 612 NW 60th St. 10 years old, must sell going 2 bedroom house and apts. 284 9 room house. 2 baths. Suit- he called rising Negro anti- right to expect Negro leaders
,
Call anytime 751-224): back North. 2784 NW 56th St. NW 40th St. Gas and water, able for 2 families 1440 NW Semitism may be a "mask to to' speak out against it, "and
Don't disturb tenants,call 624- $26 weekly. 1762 NW 39th St. 55th Terr. Call Carey's Ren- cover up our own resistence they have done so."

3 Bedroom 8839 or 624-1209. Price is electric and water. $24 wkly., tal Agency, 3713622.
Dixie Rental Agency
3203 NW
FHA terms $16,500 only $600 $7,500 cash.OWNER .
17th Ave. 6332429. Efficiency. 4034 NW 23rd Ave.
down this 3 bedroom CBS

lovely beauty in grounjs Little River and Dr.really area Your WANTS Money ACTIONPut where Valueis 1 bedroom apts. duplexes.. (Middle only). $12.50 aged per working week or lady$50 EDISON Specials i

$14-$20 weekly. Dixie Rental Smith.
mo. Call 888-2759. Mr.
clean. Don't miss this. A. Ben- TOPS,$400 down,Good credit
Agency, Inc. 3203 NW 17thA v.
$88 month all. CBS
pays
Kori Realtor Call anytime
,
7512243. modern 6 rooms, minutes to 6332429. CBS, 1 bedroom, bath, furnished -
schools etc. See: 2467NW10lst Near NW 17th Avenue
2 Bedroom, 2 Bath St. Nice room. 5520 NW 15th Ave. and 44th Street. $65 per mo. OPEN AFTER 2 P. M. SUNDAY

Really a very large home with Married couple. Adults only. 6131 NW 6 AVENUE
2 private rooms. $10 each.. No pets. HI 5-3524 or NE 4-
MOVE RIGHT INI!!
huge rooms, nice large Fla $300 down FHA. Very nice CBS home tile roof
,
,
home in Cooking. 3160 NW 67th Street. 0942. Please call before 5 p.m.
The bargain
room. $17,000 FHA terms with greatest
Fla room, plus screened Fla porch. Fenced yard
$700 down a very good home. town. $495 down. $97 per mo. Lovely house. Good location. yard. Oil heat. Very convenient location. ,
Call now A.Ben-KorlRealtor, No qualifying. 3 bedroom, Fla
No children. $22 also small HELP WANTED
oak floors custom built
7512243. room, ,
DRIVE EY OUR OFFICE TO SEE THE
like new. Low taxes. 1951 NW apt. for 1 or everything Housekeeper. Live in.Kendall.
8930 NW 11th Court 152nd St. Call 235-2958 for turn $22 no deposits. NE 5- Excellent pay. 6618651. FOLLOWING PROPERTIES

FHA terms $16,200 and $800 speed on this one. 5566. in for ((1)) No qualifying for this nice CBS home near
lady stay care
Elderly ,
down for this lovely bedroom 46th St. and 5th Ave. FHA .already placed.
Room in private home for a 3 old.nights in ex.
home that is so clean and nice If you are selling your home to my year $88.64 everything. ."
nice working lady.944 NW 49th change room board or keep pays
,
, with lovely grounds and big urban renewal or expressway,
((2)) No 2
St. child in clean home nights qualifying. CBS houses. Live in one,
yard, wonderful home.A.BenKori we have a large home, 3 bed your rent the other. Owner, will hold .
mortgage.Near
1st 67th St.
area NW Ave. &
Realtor, call anytime, room. 2 bath near buses and 6th Ave. and 69th St.
7512243. scho lS. Drive by 3112 NW 14 Nice room in private home. 7596026. Will accept girl. ((3)) CBS corner duplex. $1,000 down.no qualify

Ave., then call Fenster Realty, Non-drinker. wk. 696-5239, ing. Near Edison high.
9001 NW 9th Avenue Spacious Broker, PL 9-8779. Room & an efficiency. Middle
3 bedroom, garage, fenced, age man only. Prefer one who ((4)) $300 down FHA. Nice CBS home, tile roof';
i I picture window. Central heat, 3 bedroom, CBS, 2 bath, Fla works during day. Reasonablerent. CHILDCARE Fla room, garage. Neal Miami Avenue & 64th

I oak floors, eat-in kitchen room, guest room, spaciousbath. Call 7593360. Street.
FHA $15,800. $600 down. 693- You must see to appreciate Childcare In my home. Love --------------
I children. Phone 759-6113. WE HAVE MANY HOMES AND DUPLEXES FHA
1 0719. Enclosed garage. FHA 2 bedroom apt. downstairs. ,
terms $20,000. So drive by Close to bus lines. No children TERMS AND NO QUALI FYING.

No qualifying Take over payments 8920 NW 8th Avenue, then call References. Deposit If you are not working oecause YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHAHOMES FOR
do not have
I $105 month 3 Fenster Realty, Broker, 759- after you an experiencedbaby
pays all. 691-0789 5. sitter whom can trust $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING
, bedroom, 2 bath at 3350 NW -8779. call us 633-2002or633-2732.you DISPLACED AND IF YOU QUALIFY.WE .
182nd St. Walk to Carol City River Boulevard Room in the heart of Liberty :
schools Little Pick up and deliver. ARE SURE WE HAVE WHAT YOU ARE
buses
I and shopping. Large 2 bedroom CBS in pre- City. Modern furnishings. '
, $895 down and move In. stige area. Fla room, enclosed 696-4570. 1545 NW 68th St. LOOKING FOR, COME IN TO SEE U$ .
r Gordon Akeley Broker Child day care in my home. OPEN ALL DAY
front porch, tile roof,awnings SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
_624-8436 wall to wall carpet. Large efficiency with enclosed Your child will be given the
lot. FHA po r c h. Furnished. Quiet best of care. 759-8335. Indef.
From $100 Down Beautiful corner
EDISON REALTY Realtors
All FHA & VA Listings terms; $450 down&$86.91 mo. neighborhood, suitable for '
3 & 4 bedrooms, 1 & 2 baths Veterans $100 down. We have couple. 1 or 2 children ac- PERSONALS
Arthur Tubin Broker cepted. Near 73rd St. and MI- Volunteers needed for
Tubins, Broker, 691- key.. Arthur .
ami Ave. $20 wk. plus utili psychological tpc """""
r 4785, 1906 NW 7th Ave. Phone 691-4785, 7906 NW 7th Ave. ".."
ties. Mr
I anytime. phone anytime.

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Orleans. NAACP LDF attorneys argue that Middle District of Florida, ,.4j __
Legal Defense and Educational "denial of Negro publications was brought by Herman Jack
Fund, Inc. (LDF) attorneys to to Negro prisoners while white son, Jr., an Inmate at Florida "t' "
day asked the U. S, Court of prisoners are permitted to receive State Prison Mr.Jackson testified :f ; :}
Appeals here permit Negro white publications vio- that "he would like to I'"r "
.
Florida prison inmates"to receive lates the 14th Amendment" read Ebony, Sepia and the Pittsburgh .",' .,
Negro newspapers and The case, on appeal from Courier because these "
magazines the U. S. District Court for the publications contained articles :', '
which cannot be found in
the literature which is now
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permitted to the prison population
.- one-half of which is ) t tyN

.... Negro.Mr...Jackson pleaded with ,

prison officials to permit him t Fr.sf
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SUPER SOUL TOP 40 this literature were denied.He but.all his requests 4''rY1 '


December 2, 1967 criticized the West palm ... .. ...... .__. .-.". ',--
Beach newspaper which he was
BUSINESS PROFESSIONAL WOMEN GIVE
from the Gladys Knight & Pips permitted to receive because"it
r 1. Heard Grapevine $1,000 TO AID MISSISSI PPI FAMILIESMrs.
2. When you're gone Brenda & Tabulations never carried any news
3. It's you that I need Temptations about Negroes except when arrested Margaret L. Belcher, center, of Columbus, Go., president of the National
Joe Tex: or when there was a Association of Business & Professional Women's
4. Skinny Legs Negro Clubs, Inc., presents check
5. All your goodies are gone ParlimentsStevie riot for $1,000 to Mrs. Thelma Sanders, president of the Jackson, Miss. BPW Club for aid
6.,Cm wondering Woder to families in Mississippi. The check
represents personal donations
officials moved to members
Prison by
of-
t in Wilson Picket
7. I'm love ,..
tending the recent convention plus matched funds
the
National
by
dismiss earlier,LDF petitionson given Association
Billy Vera & Judy ClayLulu
8. Storybook Children grounds that'"'the magazines = Dr. Ji.,Ida.Jiggets of Mt. Vernon, N. Y., national chairman of the Mississippi project,
9. To sir with love
is at left. I
10. Keep the ball rolling Jay ti Techniques and periodicals sought
induce lack of security be- ..
Arthur Conley cause they incite and stimulatein State Records
11. Whole lotta woman Attorney Subpenas In
emotion Miracles an unhealthy manner.
12. I second the I
13. Showed how to be happy Jackie Wilson
14. Don't loose your grove Lavell Hardy LDF attorneys concluded in Poverty Program Morality ProbeThe
15. Soul man Sam Si Dave their brief to the Appeals
16. Boogaloo down broadway JohnnyCSupremps Court that: "the record shows State Attorney in Miami nation of the medical recordsof to produce its registration re-
17. In and out of love that the prison's publications Wednesday subpenaed all the Samuel M>ricur, neighborhood cords for the month of Sept.
\ 18. What about you O. V. Wright policy treats Negroes harshly records of the personnel of service coordinator for 1967 particularly as regardedthe
,: 19. Honey Chile Martha & Vandellas ; that the policy was formu-i the Economic Opportunity the EOPI, who has been receiving names of Samuel Moncur
20. You keep running away Four Tops lated without consideration of Program, Inc. a salary of$13,784 a and T. Willard Fair.
21. Build World around you Marvin & Tamie the Interests of Negro inmates That is for the investigationThat year, and one of the service's Fair Is the executive direc-
22. Baby you got it Brenton Wood ; that Justifications Governor Kirk has been highest paid officials. tor of the Greater Miami Ur-
23. Come see about me Jr. Walker given for exclusion of Negro i threatening to start with a viewto Another subpena has direct. ban League.
24. Especially for you Four Puzzles publications are unconvincing; i prosecuting wrongdoers in ed Dr. Thomas W. Skaggs to Fair said that he had been
25. And get away Esquires I and that reasonable alternatives {the War on Poverty program Ui i I furnish the original medical at the hotel, but'has never re-
i to the present policy exi i this gistered there at the same
26. I Feel an urge Joe Armstead area. records: of M*. Moncur.
27. I want to be loved Lorraine Elleson 1st. Respondent should be or- Assistant State Attorney Still another subpena has time that Mr. Moncur was re-
28. The right to cry Marian Love dered to permit appellant and Sepe issued four s u b p e n a s. directed the Mary Elizabeth gistered. Moncur said that h?
0# 29. Everlasting love Robert Knight other Negro inmates similarly i One of them is for the exam-- Hotel at 642 NW 2nd Avenue, had no comment when asked
30 Teenage son Victor Lumberg situated to receive Negro about his name'in the subpena":
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,; 31. Have a little mercy Jean Wells
) 32. Lonely man John Thomas
33. Oh how it hurts Barbara Mason NEW CAR
34. Something's missing Five Stairsteps NEW
35. My ancestors Willie Charles Gray
36. Say a little prayer Dion Warwick
37. Chains of love Aretha Franklyn
r 38. Love that's real Intruders EMERSONTHEWSON
39. Detroit city Solomon Burke
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40. You ain't woman enough June Edwards

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