The Miami times
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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: December 8, 1967
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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-VI. 45, No. 15 MIAMI, FLORIDA_ .___.__._FRIDAY__ ___,_m'DECEMBER_ .. 8,-J 1967. PK(, IBR M2B...PAGES'- 1St
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Poisoned Seven's Pop Jacksonville Eects Four

Indicted For Murder Negro Council MembersWhUe

First accused of murdering: Over 18 witnesses were \< Miami Is proud of its Johnson and Taylor faced This Illustrates that good
his own children,James Rich- sub pen ae d before the grand one Negro City Commis- two white Republicans, but as Negro candlates can get substantial )
ardson of Arcadia faces exe- Jury by State Attorney Frank sioner, Jacksonville now has Democrats, they were swept numbers of wbite
cution if convicted. The itinerant Schaub of Bradenton. four Negroes in the City Coun into office. votes and win election, as has
fruit picker was Indicted Richardson's wife was not cil. They were elected tues- These two new councilmenhad been demonstrated In the recent
Tuesday by a grand Jury in called, and the only charge I day.In to receive a large num- Miami city commission .:
Tampa on a first degree mur- against her.is one of child ne- II. the newly expanded 19- ber of votes from white people race, and in the Cleveland !:
der charge for the death of glect. I. member City Council, Earl to be elected, as 77 per- Gary contests for the mayor a
only one child. Sheriff Frank E. Cline, who Johnson, an attorney; Oscar cent ,of the voters are white. alty.Industry .
Seven children of Richardsonand first arrested Richardson said I.t. Taylor, a dining car employe,
his wife Annie Mae, died that earlier Richardson had Joined Mrs. Sallye Mathis and
following a meal of grits,rice, told him that he had taken out t. Mrs. Mary Singleton, who had Seeks :
beans, and hogshead last oc- $1,000 double indemnity Insurance ,already been elected by vir-
tober. policies on the life of ture of their winning the nomi-
Richardson was freed on the seven children the night nations without any opposition,
$7,500 bond last week when his before they died. JAMES RICHARDSON last month.
white attorney John S.Robin- Solution to' Negro :
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son of Daytona Beach,defended ]'/'\\'.t1'I"# : ( ,1-. ,
him without a fee, saying : ': iJ.11"
that Rtcbar dson's consti- ,,'
tutional rights had been violated I I Job ProblemsThomas ;

by the State Attorney, Ii ,',
who had found from the first Last Friday the Dade County McPherson deputy :
arrest of Richardson that Equal Employment Task director of Equal Employment J
there was suspicion of"guilty Force held a full-day work- Opportunity Commission, At- ;
knowledge' after an investi- shop seminar at the beautiful lanta Regional Office, related i
gation. Panair Recreation Club. The what the employer can and
Circuit Judge Neil C. Mc- topic was, "Solution to Your must do.
Mullen, who presided over the Employment Problems." ,It was brought out In the discussion
grand jury, siad that the case The 152 local businessmenand that the Negro needsto
would be Immediately certified r women, plus out-of-state acquire the skilliccessary
back DeSoto County, w guests who attended, came to to get and hold Jobs by attend
where in the Negro section the hammer out details on "how" ing vocational classes In our
deaths of the children oc //'P to get more Negroes Into the schools. There are,few, If any

curred. < local Job-stream. Negro apprentices, it was re
rtt t L. There were no complaints ported.Dr. .
Miami's .t 3 from these"hard-+nosedMecutives -' .Whfgham;'Dade.School
II, rJ.''. : i.. only sound,and con- Superintendent, said that the
Population is ; ,., structive questions and some future looks bright for Dade.
attempts at real solutions. All signals are "go" for findIng -
r- I. These people are dead serious Negroes who want to work,
26% Cuban r \ a r,. I about making the Miami Negro he said. The' Rev. Theodore
a truly productive and Gibson and James Maruca of
,RefugeesMiami's I competitive worker--able to the U.'S. Department of Com-
move up the ladder on his own merce agreed.
population is more abilities. "One.thing Is certain--the
than one-fourth Cuban refu- ':c'Jt..' ;j '", .. ..... I
-' --- -- -- Charles B. Porter, chair- Negro must not assume that
gee. The Cuban Refugee Cen- The Barry Student Government Association, under their Service Committee Pro man Equal Employment Opportunity anything will be given free of
oer reported that 85,000 of the Task Force the effort --it won't happen,"said
ject, are holding/ on International Christmas Bazaar at Thompson Hall, December 11 ,gave
city's 330,000 people are Cu following statistics on the real one of the speakers.It .
thru 14th from 9:00 a.m. to 9,00
p. m.
refugees. The report solution relative to Negro employment was pointed out that the
added that nearly 130,000 of Unusual and attractive items from many European, Asian and Latin American coup and employability: employers are ready, and infect -
the Metropolitan area's more tries will b* offered, fo r sale by students ranging from Freshmen through Seniors at "Negroes comprise 11.1% actually seeking Negroesor

than 1 million residents ares prices running from 79* to $20.00. of the total workforce; 25% of more NegroesBut the
refugees. Other estimates The proceeds of the sale will be used to furnish the newly organized associa- total blue collar employment; "how" seems to be a major
place the Miami area's Cuban tion meeting room. The public is cordially invited. 4.4% of the crafts; and 1% of obstacle, since the Negro
population at 150,000 to 200-, the white collar seems reluctant to want to
Pictured above are Pauline Hawthorne of Nassau Bahamas; Regina Robinson, group.Takinga
000. More than 1,000 new closer look at this latter start "low" and work his way
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ae/olphus'Robinson, 7620 NW 65th St.; and Gayle Young
exiles Join the area's Cuban figure -- 50,000 of Dade up in a given Job. The door is
colony each month. Huey of Miami Beach. County white collar employees open.
reported, there were 950 white "The burden for future

I King Sets Civil Disobedience Startdemonstrators for April I with collar'almost Negro two employees thirds of this prosperity shoulders of white rests employersand on the

number employed in the retail the Negro job seekers or
Dr. Martin Luther King said that ultimately King said nucleus of At a staff meeting of the trade and medical services. employees. It Is unrealisticfor
Monday in Atlanta that ,thou- will grow in number way up demonstrators will be trainedfor Southern Christian Leadership "On the other end of the the Negro to think that the
sands of demonstrators will three months in nonviolent spectrum were our airlines, working class white society
next into the thousands. "He said discipline and will be prepared Conference last week at hotels, banking, printing and going to give him anything on
converge on Washington
the demonstrators will proba- for )Jail or forceful oppression Frogmore, S. C., the decisionwas publishing, auto dealers, and a platter -- despite riots and
spring and until disrupt the government federal activities bly live in camps scattered imagine the Army may made to begin the protest service stations as well as bold slogans," it was stated.It .
about Washington. try to run us out," he added. "about April 1.Arrington ." metal fabrication companieswho
"moves against poverty. added all together, In was observed that every
Disclosing details of his 1966 employed less than 90 successful Negro Job holder
long-planned campaign of civil Negroes in white collar posi- "paves the way and makes acceptance -
disobedience King said if the tions, while employing more In business would
government falls to respondwith Puryear On Little HudMetro than 17,000 people inwhite easier for other black men to
meaningful.s 0 cia 1,economic collar Jobs." follow."
and political reforms,
"God only knows what we will Commission selected problems, but the proposalmet Royal puryear, president of '
face In terms of chaos." seven members Monday to many obstacles before it Florida Memorial College.The Gregory Plays Costly Rolein
He calls his campaign the serve on the advisory committee became a reality. Commission nominated I
Appointed on the advisory 27 candidates. Aronovitz, Ar-
"last desperate attempt" to of "Little Hud" -- its new
get the nation to respond to department. committee were:SidneyAron- rlngton, Greene, Levin, Moss Civil Rights Movement
nonviolent action. Martin Fine, chairman of ovitz, former Miami City and Dr. Puryear received the -
the Miami Authority Commissioner; Henry Ar- highest votes -. five each. The time will come some
Failure, he said, "may well Housing tinental, Is In some $35,000
mean that the curtain of dom was not named on the commit rlagton, an attorney and for Dr. puryear's selection was day for someone to write the in debt today.Southerners.
will fall on American civilization tee. His agency will be mer member of the Miami not a very popular one in the epitaph of Dick Gregory, the roared when he
.. I do not believe we can abolished Jan. 1 when it Is Housing Authority; Jerome Negro community.college comedian-turned-civil rights told this one about a waitressin
Greene an attorney and for- president is well liked and re- activist. And it will be
live through another one or two merged with the county's new something a Dixie restaurant.
summers like we had this Department of Housing and mer member of the defunct spected, but long time resi- like this: "He put his
year." Urban Development. Urban Renewal Agency; dents took it as an affront be- money where his mouth was." Waitress: "We don't serve
He declared that about 3,000 County Manager porter Hunter MOSS, community cause Dr. Puryear doesn't Richard Claxton Gregory, colored poeple here."
persons from 10 major cities Homer proposed the creationof planner; Elizabeth Virrick, even live in Dade County. His who was making over $5,000a Gregory: "That's OK, I
and five rural areas will be recruited Little Hud almost a year ago active civic workerLeon college will open here InSep- week five years agoand don't eat colored people.Bringme
to form a nucleus of to solve housing and related Levin, an attorney, and Dr. tember 1968. driving a$12,000 Lincoln Con- a whole fried chicken."

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2 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday December:8 J9.47' ," ; ( \ ': '
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Negroes Scarce in Poverty y.A ka


War Top Jobs. *.

BY JOHN A. DIAZ 61 t.z 20 of these employes that are tt
not needed."
The resignation under When the salaries of these
pressure this week of the highest -
"unnecessary" personnel are
paid Negro, Samuel)don- added,It amounts$221,745, 1N.Y 111
in the Dade
cur, war onpoV- .z
an amount that could feed thou- .4
erty fo es,3rt tt b1
program sand of babies, and for which a. Cft
lion on the
hundreds of people couldbe
in the
of Negroes top
employed at salaries about
Jobs misadministration -
gross one-third of the amount that t
and superfluous execu-
these superfluous heads of departments -
are being paid.
Mr. Moncur was neighbor-
The Times has also been
4f F
hood services coordinator at a
informed by the same source
salary of$11,784 a year. In a
that several of the services
list of 57 employes with sala-
which of the EOPI
for many
ries ranging from $8,000 to
executives are receiving high
$15,000 a year, there are only
--- -
salaries are not really ren- ..
,seven other Negroes receiv- SAMUEL MONCUR
ing salaries in that bracket. dered at all.
'nor of the state -- for what- i
This seems to be a shock- ever political benefit it might This seems to be the storyof t.. .
... ... .,
.... ---- "
-= --
ing revelation of the employ- bring -. uses his office to co- the EOPI in the Miami area ---;- -

ment practices of EOPIinthisarea duct such an Investigation." waste, extravagance, dupli- All is
where Negro .poverty. is Informed sources, from cation, racial discrimination, In A few Fiery Minutes
prevalent. which The Times obtained the and. denials of financial help
Two other Negroes with Information, condemn dis- that the poor people should be
salaries above $8,000 a year criminatory and extravagant receiving. lost And Kids Left Homeless/
listed as employed by EOPI practices of EOPI administration. ,

James Jackson and Calvin Said a Negro whose identity One of the most outspoken
Jennings, informed the Times .The Times can not dis- critics of the Dade socalledwar All that's left of the home Her tour children, Danny, Brownsville housing coun-
that they are really employedby 4 Doris, 9 Robert, 8 Linda, selor, is trying to fnd new
close, "There are many top on poverty program is of a mother, two little boys ; ;
the department of labor,UDder Jobs held by whites that Ne- Bernard Dyer, director of the and two little girls after fire 6, were given emergency quarters for the destitute
the auspices of Economic groes are doing without get- Liberty City Community gutted the frame house Mon- clothing by the Brownsville family. Jackie Torres, EOPI
Opportunity Program Inc. ting the high salaries that the Council. day afternoon is charred wood, EOPI Center. hardship specialist, is tryingto
Moncur quit with the pres- Mrs. Lucille Glass, get the family on its feet.
white Jobholders are getting Said Mr. Dyer, "They fail the remnant of their cherished -
sure of an Investigation hang Added this souree"Ina list ed to develop a sophisticated home.
ing over his head.The state attorney of EOPI executives receivingover ghetto political machine, and
Piles of burned things lay in
had been ordered
by $8,000 a year, there are now they are paying the price.
Governor Kirk to probe the activities what was a nice home only a Your .
and business methodsof few minutes before. What was

some of the employes of left was all burned, black and
EOPI. Model City T e mVisits charred.The fire is said to TO MORE PROFITS & PRESTIGE j
Questioned about his resigning have started after the eight-

Mr. Moncur had this year-old son was playing with COULD BE ADVERTISINGYOUR

to say,"Recent events have MiamiAn matches. BUSINESS IN
hampered usefulness to the
my Mrs. Helen Hodgson,32,and
poverty program. Therefore, interagency team of fed-, Tyson, Metropolitan Area her four children had lived in if Q}j IAilllACALL
I am submitting my resigna- eral personnel will vist Dade Manager, Florida State Em the house only one year, at a ?
tion to you,effective, today." County, Thursday, December ployment Service; Billy Wil- rental of$20.60 a week, from US TODAY!

7, ;for the purpose of reviewing cox,Director, Local FHA Office Bonded Rental Agency,at 1601
The head of the EOPI, Rich- ( 6530 NW 15 Ave .,
requirements for) Dade ; and Howard McMillan,..NW 51st ;street. She bad ust
ard Weatherley, has termed;'County's Model City Program. Director Special Services I
the left the house to pay two weeks'rent
of the program"character Investigation as- 'r Dade County Board of Public that was past due. 691-0421

sassination." Weather Ie y The federal team will meet Instruction.

commended Moncur for his with County Manager P. W.

services to the program and Homer, Haley Sofge, Direc- FOR THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMMODATIONSAT
the community. tor of the Dade County Depart-
ment of Urban Development, MODERATE RATES-CALL I
Said Weatherley, "As an and other local officials at 900 HAIR POMADE

individual I am extrem- a.m., at the Miami Housing Keeps Hair
ly distressed at the techniques Authority, 1401 NW 7th Ave. Neat andWellGroomed BONDED
of character assassalnatlon Included in the federal team

that have apparently worked. will be representatives of the All Day
Despite months of investigation United States Department of I
New, improved MURRAY'S Hair RENTAL i-1
by the governor's office, Housing and Urban Develop- Dreulng Pomade work wonders on
kinky, hard-to-manage hair Appliedin
Kirk was unable substan-
ment from Atlanta and Washington
the morning, hair keep that "jiut
tiage any of the alleged char- ; Regional representatives combed" look all day. Satisfaction
ges." of the Department of MURRAY'S to- <. AGENCY
day. On tale at/
In regard to Mr. Moncur, Health, Education and Wel- drug and cosmetic -

Mr. Weatherley said, "I fur- fare; the Labor Department; where.counter every- Mut2RAY / ....:.. .. -
and the Office of Economic
ther condemn Kirktsofflcefor Op
the persistent hounding of Mr. portunity. SIZE 25$ '
Moncur during his investigation. -
As an American it is a Other local officials MURRAY'S SUPERIOR PRODUCTS CO. "
o =
sad situation when the gover- the meeting Include Harry 4H Ciarlittt DlUlit, .ic' 4KM1 %f ,., THE LARGEST PRIVATE HOUSING RENTAL AND

________ ,

.J' ,. ,', A fleet of cars and tenants collectors convenienceA give door to door service for

; community recreation center for teenagers and adults "rent
free,"furnished and unconditioned foryour comfort and enjoyment.A .

public relations department to assist you with your problems.

A 4 Tenants concern will stop vandalism and reducethe cost f housing.


4150 NW 7th Avenue 759-8733

14255 NW 22nd Avenue, Opa-loclca MU 8.0617

M 20848 South Dixie Hwy., Cutler Ridge- CE 5-3553

605 NW 7th Terrace, Ft. Lauderdale JA 4-3357

1163 NW 3rd Avenue FR 3-8416

3801 Grand Avenue, Grove HI 5-1381

512 NW 1st Ave., Hallandale WA 7.2434

339 Hammondvi lie Rd., Pompano WI| 3-2434

HON. L. L. BROOKS, President .

-- GEORGE P. HARTH General
HOUSE OF PHOTOGRAPHY BEAUTIES -- Lending a flair of beauty to the
models from the House of CHARLES A. LOCKHART, Public Relations Director
Orange Blossom Classic parade last Saturday were these

Photography. Left to right are Sharon Lightsey, Donna Simmons and Eleanor Anderson. -

Sharon and Eleanor are freshmen at Miami-Dade Junior College and Donna is a .If I am to enjoy a better life, others must live better too." L. L. Brooks

senior at Miami Northwestern High. Fashions are by Patricia, Inc.


MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 8, 1967 3

I Carroll Heads Neighborhood Florida State Employment Service Seeking I

Centerefte CouncilThe . Jobs For EOPI WorkersThe

energetic, forward John Tanksley will install the Florida State Employ- special kind of people. paid Florida State Employment Service stated A booming
moving and dynamic Earl officers at this community ment Service is sending out an employees who, on their own, Service Is where they are tourist season has already begun -
Carrol was unanimously vot- council meeting. appeal to employers of Dade; decide to work without pay assisting turning for aid in finding gainful and additional qualified
ed as president of the Com- We are looking forward to a County to hire qualified Economic 'those less fortunate, employment. employees will be an asset to
munity Council of the Neigh very successful vear under the Opportunity program, are dedicated people EOPI Administrative, technicaland any business."
borhood Educational Cultural direction of Mr. Carroll and Inc., employees who, through workers are the latter. How- clerical help are availablenow Call the Commercial Office
Centerette (Little School) on his cabinet, and hope that the no fault of their own,suddenlyare ever, dedication can only go so Harry L. Tyson, Metro- of the Florida State Fmploy-
Monday, November 27, surrounding community will jobless. far and then these same people poltan Area Manager of the ment Service now, 377-2411,
Mr. Ca roll has shown a give him full support. Volunteer workers area have to seek help. The Florida State Employment and place your Job order
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sincere interest and -
concernIn ;; .
the Centerette from the : -
school's beginning, and has 'T ,
worked hard in encouragingother
interested citizens and
parents to attend the meetings,
and visit the school.
7.DIY i t'"f
Mr. Reuben Lederman, an $ Gp I
interested citizen was nomi- *
nated and elected vicepresident rr p b+w
91 ..
and Mrs. GeraldineDavis : '.
visiting teachercoun- I
selor will continue to serve as P'I-. : I -\ I
the recorder for the council.
V -I'
The steering committee for ,r D Ii4'
lf '. 'I ; ._ I
the council will be made up of \ ;r rItlE.

the following people: Earl \! I,
Carroll, president; Reuben
Led e r man, vice-president; .
Mrs. Geraldine Davis, recorder -
; Mrs. Lois Nairn,par L

ent noria representative.representative S. Paschal; Mrs.Age-, school ;\ ? '-t-

Installation services for the
newly elected officers will
take place Tuesday, Dec. 19,
at 7:30 p.m.1npod6-A.Judge


Poor MustMobilize


Achieve ,,;

T .
J f le.U
Power H I C
The Liberty City Community ;e
Council's Bernie Dyer gota v ,.,'
big boost in his views on
Monday when Saul Alinsky,social -
'agitator and opponent of r
what he calls Welfare Colonia-
lism said that equality can't'be
passed out like a gift.
He told a University of MI-
ami audience that "The only
way people can get equality is
through their own efforts."

"It can't be legislated or
given as an act of charity,"
Alinsky said during a closed
circuit television interview
with Dr. Jack Kapchan, a University t
of Miami social
science professor. The mon-

day night lecture was under the Lois Jordan.. Teller and graduate of Grooms High School in Sanford, Florida and Florida A. and 3/,
direction of the Coordinated
Ministry. greets a typical family that saves regularly at the Roosevelt office.

Calling for mobility of the
poor to achieve power to
change status as well as im- Where People come First

prove does he finances advocate, he civil was disobe-asked .for Saving with Security and Earning, Power

dience as a way of achieving ,
"Sure I'd advocate that.You It's never too early to start saving regularly, in orderto ment and by exceptionally strong reserves. Too,

make the opponent live up to develop the qualities of thrift and self-reliance these savers know that FIRST FEDERAL pays the

its own book of rules. Can you which are so important to every youngster and adult. highest dividends consistent with safety, and sav-

Christianity imagine the Church or the living Establish-up to And regardless of age, you'll find it pays to save ings accounts are insured up to $15,000 by a per-

ment to all men created where you enjoy both liberal dividends and the secur- manent agency of the United States Government.

equal?" he asked. ity afforded by the South's largest savings institution. Whether your account is large or small' you will
A 11 n sky and the Chicago
based Industrial Areas Foun=: More than a quarter million people have entrusted always receive a warm welcome at America's Oldest

dation,h a v e organized the their savings to FIRST FEDERAL, because they know Federal. where people come first.. / : '.
poor in Kansas City, Mo.,Ro- -' .
chester, N. Y., and Chicago. their funds are protected by experienced manage- ;.

"Basically, what I'm saying '
is you cannot have a potentially month :
received the 20th of the -
developed free society as longas Savings for regular passbook accounts by
you have a substantial part will earn dividends from the 1st of the month''
d 1(1'
Ii (
of society that is poor without .. "., 'it'; ,
power. '

DRIVERS LICENSE? (Iv' ;:: First Federal Savings INSURED-


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4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 8, 1967

ANYTHING That Sweeping Good

Can Win

Office 6530NW 15th Av..;Miami, Flo. 33147-PhoneI6910421 "

H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publlsher-'
STANLEY I. SWEETING, Theatrical Editor Range's sweeping victory
-- After 35 years of faithful and untiring service to the Miami's first Negro to
National Advertising Representative E. Scott Community Association, Inc., Miss Olive B. that there is a new stage in
Amalgamated Publisher., I Inc. has requested that she be retired on December 31.
310 Madison Avenue, New York, N. Y. 10017

Member of the. Natlonal'Newipaper Publisher Association It was my pleasure to serve four terms as support in the pre-
2400 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, III. 60616
JESCA and I got to know Miss Alexander well. Never received substantial support

SUBSCRIPTION| | RATES' a more dedicated and unselfish person. every precinct, receiving
ONE YEAR $5.00 -' SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 ,which Includes the can-

Entered as Second Class.Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post f Miss Alexander started with the agency as a volunter 195 less votes than Mrs.
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 er in its early years when the going was hard and

"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"The grow to its present standing. She was one of (the pilots vividly that by not following

NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead guided the "ship" through the storms of the Great seeking and getting
the world from racial and national antagonism when It accordsto sion, bank crashes, two wars and a fewCommunity principally
on racial
every man regardless of his creed or color his human
and legal rights. Hating no raul fearing no man-the Negro United Fund unsuccessful campaigns.With in Cleveland; Hatcher In
'ress strives to help man In the firm belief that all win
every men from ,, can Important
has served I ;
other dedicated workers she
hurt I ,
ire as long as anyone Is held bock.lJ1r .
Homestead, delivering food baskets at Christmas,or

ment commodities; trainin g unskilled laborers and commissioner's victory at
Editor's otebol1h !and placing them on Jobs, and organizing child care and is not the most Important

clubs for children and youth, and for mothers. must have to campaign suc-

"It Is Satan's custom by small sins to draw us to greater, as ; K. Washington a Ne-
the little sticks set the greater ones i on fire, and a wisp of Miss Alexander goes.about her work without any white candidate in another
straw enkindles a block of wood." T. Manton. is concerned about helping others, and has given her Ferre won.
serving those who need help. She has spoken to many

groups, urging them to work together.In University of Mla m 1, Dr.

HONESTY THE BEST POLICYI her resignation, she makes three requests to the of the Negro's voting pattern

have heard with regret that on Friday during the Classic Directors of the James E. Scott Community
Parade in downtown Miami,teenagers entered stores and stole proceed with haste to provide an adequate home for became very selective in who

merchandise. There were also a number of pursesnatching.My Understandably, Washington
how sadl That the Scholarship Fund established in my name for from the community if they
College School Social Workbe a meaningful one so that
My young friends, especially the guilty ones,please remember they thought that he was
man or woman will have an opportunity for
that actions of this kind reflect not only on the guilty, but young
training in the field of Social Work.
also upon the guiltless. There were I thousands attending the
Do not give me a testimonial dinner. population in recogniz-
Classic Parade. from all the state and from
They came over
That's Olive Alexander. Quite a woman. how they turned out to vote
other states. Your action will undoubtedly give our wonderful
e s s to someone that has a
city a bad
: their interest.
Do you looters to to church?Do you know the Ten Command SENATOR HARRY CAIN TO BE HONORED
' ments? If not, learn them. The eighth commandment says, championed Negro causes,
"Thou shalt not steal." Taking anything from anyone or any Former United States Senator Harry P.CainR.Wash.) interest in the Negro com

place without permission, is stealing. has been a resident of Miami for the past ten years, of these acts of friendliness

Three 16-year-old boys were arrested. What their punishment honored at a testimonial dinner, Dec. 11,at the to the Florida legis-

will be remains to be seen. tel, Miami Beach. to Mrs.Range's victory:

We will soon be approacing the Christmas holidays.Christ- Range's case was decided
The honor is being bestowed by the Florida
mas Day we commemorate the birth of our Lord and Saviour u s t a talented, capable and
lege which is making haste in building Its new $ ,
Jesus Christ who was sent into the world t complex at NW 156th St., and LeJeune and which will

esty, turn over a new leaf in your life, and strive to be boys classes in Sept. 1968. was surprising, though. It
who will be to school. hard. There
respected. Go Study are
There is deal of in the fact that candidate is Negro,he can
many opportunities open, providing you are qualified to fill a great significance
them. .., Cain is permitting this only testimonial for him by a years.'s I rt of the Negro community.
institution when the In his choice of candi-
nantly Negro higher learning good

tor has been active in so many community organizations,

A BINGO ORDINANCE of which have tried at one time or another to arrange learned to flex their mus-

testimonial. This is a fine tribute
Our City Commissioners passed what is termed an Emergency
Tickets for the dinner are moving rapidly and a
Bingo Ordinance on Monday.
1,000 is
This law forbids anyone convicted of a felony,gambling offense among her friends, as "the
or crime Involving moral turpitude from obtaininga license Also, five Republican governors will leave the
has herself not as a
for running bingo games. governors conference in West Palm Beach on Dec. 9, believes that citi-

Commissioner Ferre suggested Metro adopt a similar law the grounds of the college. These include Governors In government and every said she,
enforceable countywide.The Colorado; Evans, Washington; Williams, Arizona; "
ordinance bars individuals from sponsoring a bingo Wyoming; Cargo, New Mexico.

game. Only non-profit organizations will be permitted to Governor Splro T.Agnew, Maryland, will be the guest since she became
operate the game. In order to obtain a license an operator will er on that evening.All Community Relations Board

have to provide name, age, addresses, his occupation for the of this is also a testimonial lorlda Memorial for the average citizen to
last five years, plus the addresses of the officers in the organization .
and all of this is creating"image" of the college
sponsoring the bingo; a statement that the applicantis
make it of the finest liberal arts schools
one in the
himself an official of the group running the game. Proof that the creation of more Job op

he has never been found guilty of a felony, gambling offense or We know that many of our people have not seen the and in government; the at-

morals crime. as yet, and we urge that they, too, visit the college the Miami area; and mean-

Perhaps this can also be done on.Dec.9; and in honor of a whole.
tor Cain.

There is much in today's world that needs protesting against. ..
One role of a university is to protest injustice, discrimination Here Over

and oppression of every kind. In like manner, individual
students rightly protest the wrongs they observe in society. ORANGE BLOSSOM CLASSICThe

Legitimate forms of protest are much needed.But protest is 1967 Orange Blossom Classic is over,and Ye ..
t not of itself enough. It is only.a beginning. certain The Miami Times sports writers, and perhaps
We must from mere protest to the formulation of
move on
columnists, will as usual, tell you all about it. a "massive dislocation"
constructive policies and solutions. And we must act positive
Nevertheless, Ye Editor must say that he really form of civil disobedience
ly to implement our deepest convictions. the contest, and although Grambling won, the Florida meet too "Amens"
There is much protest in the world today, but by no means really played a real good game. to a many made by
all of it is valid. protest for protest's sake makes no sense. The parade was the biggest and best we have witnessed. survey

And some current protest movements are directed, oddly came from everywhere. Miami and family,with Dade
not at what is in the world but at of the
enough, wrong some legion, old and young, participated joyfully. his Identity, said that
most enduring and desirable values known to man.
now and that the
Protest, obviously, takes many forms. And not a few formsof clergy-
protest are actually worse than the wrongs against whict of the shaky political posi-

they are directed. Only under the most oppressive political OUR CUBAN REFUGEESIn

system would there be Justification for violent as distinct from 1966-67 the Federal Government spent or will spend
Dr. King will kill his popu-
peaceful protest.In million as its share for the education of Cuban Regugee
with the civil rights move-
a democracy, there are democratic channels protest. ren. The basic reason for the support said
The First Amendment to the United States Constitution for Hall is that the refugees came here without money, and ago.

example, provides for "freedom of speech or of the press; or eral policy causes them to come here.The cost should that out
good come
the right of the people peaceably to assembly and to petitionthe borne entirely by local taxpayers. After they have King any in April to disrupt

Government for a redress of grievances." a while, they become taxpayers like anybody else. help the nomination of

Legitimate protest will uphold freedom of speech, never now about 20,000 Cuban children in Dade County's 213 be near the Democratic con-
stifle it. There is, to put it bluntly,an ethics of protest. Abiding schools. for the
by this ethical code, we should all be protestants againstthe Under an agreement :more than two years ago the

evils that divide man from man, race from race, na- government helps pay the cost of educating Cuban to continue the demon-
tion from nation, creed from creed. children.
living In tents, this leader
We can and should protest vigorously against whatever Fidel Castro should happy over the Unted States election of President John-
forces perpetuate strife or continue to hold men in bondage.And ity to his country. Seemingly the refugees are
with our protest we can and must work affirmatively to country.

establish the kind of society conductive to the development of Then too, Castro has decided to release 80 United civil disobedience Is

man's higher nature. citizens and their relatives to leave Cuba on aspecial Johnson to provide

Christian Science Monitor to Mexico. Some of them have been in Cuba eight ,

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THE MIAMI!TIMES, Friday,.December 8, 1967 5


OPPORTUNITY() Legal To Be EqualBy

Commentary ., Services Whitney Young, Jr.

By John A. Diaz Executive Director,
BY: Leo Adderly, .4 National Urban League
Center Attorney a

WITH CHANGING TIMES Certain common errors made by purchasers, which cause Closing The Job GapDo

them grave legal headaches, will be pointed out in the hope
The Orange Blossom Classic's Florida
promoters A&M
that the reader will become more aware in transacting his
University, the Board of Regents must keep peace with chang everyday business and avoid them. you know how much an average family of four needs to

ing times in regard to this annual spectacular sporting event One should never sign a document that he does not understand maintain a moderate living standard? According to the U. S.,
and pageantry, the best of its kind in the whole nation. Before toa"legalpaper"contract Bureau of Labor Statistics, the family must earn or have aa
signing name ,
A change is vividly indicated by the comparatively poor attendance your annual income of $9,191' if they live in an urban area.
note Ok understand
mrtgage, promissory etc.) sure you -
at last Saturday's game Only 37,631 persons came its terms, and that it represents your complete agreement If The figure higher for some cities like New York($10,195)),,
out on that beautiful to the and and slightly lower for others. But slice it if
evening see game show. you do not understand what the legal document is ,all about, any way you s a
Previous attendance reached 47,000.Fourteen year ago it had have lot of money, far beyond the reach of many Americans.,
someone who does, preferably an attorney, explain it to
already reached over 42,000. Only about one out of ten Negro families earns that much,
you before you sign it. This is so, because In the eyes of the
Times have since changed.TheUme seems ripe now for an andmacyxan do it only because a higher proportion of wives
law, your signature on a legal document means that you un-
interracial annual Blossom Classic with and mothers work Despite this families
Orange game, the best derstand its contents and that it is your complete agreement. Negro with two or
Negro team and one of the best teams of the nation, and mostof more Jobholders still earned less than the average white family
Never let a salesman or other transact
any person you may
such teams have with one member.
Negro players A'pme like thatwould draw working
business with
persuade you to sign blank or incomplete
many more than 38,000 spectator3.There These figures don't mean fancy Uvlng."moderate" living
contract and tell you be will complete later. So you allow
was a time when Negroes were not permitted to purchase standard doesn't allow much room for luxuries. But it Is still
this to happen, chances are that when read the complete
tickets at box-offlces patronized by whites; when Negroes yon a far cry from a survival living standard.This Is about $3,300for
agreement it will be far different from what you originally intended -
were not admitted to the Orange Bowl's New Year Game an urban family of four.
when at the Orange BlosSOmClassicrameNecroesandwhites'were Yet even this very low income is beyond the reach of manyNegro
And finally, always insist upon a copy of the agreement at
segregated. That's all It therefore families. About two out of five less
over now. seems that every earn and live
the time of signing you are entitled to it.
the time has arrived for an interracial Orange Blossom Clas- When these common errors are made in executing 'legal in poverty. The reason for this is that Negro workers tend to
sic game. be concentrated in the lowest-paying Jobs and they are most
papers" the one committing them usually the buyer,finds likely to become unemployed.
JEWS ARE AMONG NEGROES' BEST FRIENDS himself paying for something he did not bargain for. However,,'
The figures for Negro unemployment are rising and,they
when these avoided will feel confident
errors are one more
Among the ethnic groups with which we have had close con- now stand at 8.8 percent more than twice for white workers.
that he will what he for and not be faced
get actually bargained -
tacts during the past fifty years, 18 years in New York; 10 in Some ghetto neighborhoods suffer unemployment to a degree
with the of additional becoming
Los Angeles, 13,in (Philadelphia,and nine in Miami, we have possibility incurring expense by not'ef looted lathe official figures. Up tohalf the working
involved law
found that it is among Jews that the most liberal white peopleare in a suit. population in these areas is unemployed
Listen toWKAT 1360 raido dial each and Sun-
found. Therefore, whenever I hear a Negro make a derogatory on your every These figures
are disgraceful. No country can tolerate such
at 11:40 for discussions of of in ,
day, p.m., legal panel topics
statement concerning a Jew it really burns us up. We
terestto and the widespread poverty, least of all the richest nation the world.
beard one of these statements made at the old Lord Calvert you community Closing the Job gap has to be at the top of America's list of

Hotel 17 years ago. priorities

Now let's not indulge stereotyping:Jewsarcnot liberal The Job gap is also a racial gap-.it exists because of dis

on racial Issues, any more than that all Negroes are lazy and LLET'S; crimination. Nothing else can explain the terrible gap in the

,shiftless. I I Income figures and In the unemployment figures Negroes have
The head of the NAACP was Jew,who stayed in that position TALK ;i persistently been thrust to the bottom of the economic ladder,
for over 50 years. Jewish philanthropic contributions to 'LW i i. and the figures prove it

the Negro's progress are too well known to require numera- OL/T/CS : :1 i GoverDment.lodustrJ, and labor will have to Join in effortsto

tion here. end this sltuatlonJDurlng the depression;when the whole
What brought this topic to our attention is what the country's country suffered from poverty and unemployment, massive
most influential Jews did a few days ago in Montreal, Canada, 'BY NORMAN E.: JONES 4 i public works projects were started to put men to work,"we can

where they met at a convention.The do no less for today's minorities who suffer depression on an
leaders of American Reform Judaism formulated:-ajride even wider scale.In .
ranging program to help the Negro achieve full economic, social "UNCLE TOME),!" AND THE NAACP addition to Job-creating projects which put people to.work

and political equality with other groups in American life _Dr. W. E. B, Dubois, founder spokesman,and, architect of on socially useful programs, government can offer incentivesto
That's a big order. the NAACP Philosophy, made no bones about who should form private Industry to relocate in the ghetto. Fantastic subsidies -
That was not the expression of one or two men. It was the the tight Negro leadership, Dubois was an intellectual, aristocat are given to rich farmers not to grow certain crops,
decision of 3,000 delegates from the United States and Canada. structurein and many states and cities offer tax breaks to companies which
and the leadership!
be.soughjt,tq,forge. Negjq
Mr. Albert Vorspan, director of the commission of the So- relocate in their areas The same Inducements could be offered
his ,:
cial Action Committee of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations image. to firms which agree to hire and train the poor and which

who has been active in the civil rights movement, This leadership corps envisioned by Dr. Dubois which he build in the ghetto.

scored those Jews who use Negro anti- mit1sm "as a cop- labeled "the talented tenth," would be a tight exclusive corpsof Industry will have to do a lot more to hire Negroes. They
out from the civi rights movement." creative intellectuals with comparable educational back will have to abandon some of the tests they use which are gear

Mr. Vorspan and Mr.Irving Fain,. chairman of the conven- ground and dedication of purpose,fearless,dedicated,unyeild- ed for middle-class whites and which work against Negroes,
tion, called on the Jewish union's affiliated congregations, log, uncompromising, and uncorruptable, and disdainful of and replace them with more realistic standards which will
serving more than 1- million worshipers, with this recom- personal financial gain. measure the potential of a man to do the Job.

mendation: Some companies report hiring anyone, no matter what their

Establish ment of a national fund that could be pooled with But what Dr. Dubois got, was another thing, few could even vast records show. .If' the result has been motivated, ,competent -

money being raised by Protestants and Catholics t for direct aid approach his heritage,education or any other attributes Duboisset work staff which surpassed their wildest dreams.U. S.

to Negroes and investment in Negro neighborhoods throughout forth, what he really; got was a conglomeration of incompetents industry has spent a lot of time and energy to exclude Negroes
the United States.' with a background and heritage of the cotton patch, from all but the most menial Jobs.It is time for them to spend

In this connection, the convention recommended Investment "graduating" from so-called assorted Negro colleges,actually at least as much energy Ousting,hiring,and training Negroes
in business organizations such as the Mutual Real Estate In- little more than..goodammar schools," from this "In- for all available Jobs.

vestment Trust, in New York C ity,'which invests the fundsof tellectual slag" would come the nuclei of Dr. Dubois hoped Many labor unions will have to stop discriminating too. People
its shareholders in apartment houses in previously all-white for "talented tenth." are always stacked when I tell them that white dropoutsearn
neighborhoods and then promptly integrates those units. moe than Negro High school graduates.That Is because

The convention further recommended the exercise of moral When Dr. Dubois saw the"mediocrity" of the material from N9roes often cannot get Into high paying crafts because of dis

pressure by the congregations and their rabbis upon "those which be was to build the "talented tenth" leadership struc- crimination.

slumlords and ghetto profiteers, and the establishment of a ture of Negro Americana, he knew that this group was far below

code of ethical business practices." his expectations,and further and most important this "cultof

Said Mr. Fain, "In this whole area of racial injustice, we mediocrity," could never in competition wrest the Negro Tan
Jews can not be part of the crowd. Hereto we are the chosen leadership from the inheritors of the Dr. Booker T. Washington TopicsffiTEi
people .. chosen to bear the message,. chosen to pioneer; our Philosophy.
goal is to take the initiative though it be unpopular. Here we

jews must fulfill our destiny as gadfly to the conscience of Thus Dr. Dubois turned his brilliant genius, the full forceof

mankind." his dynamic writings, his convincing and exciting oratoryand

BOUTONNAIRESMR. his sharp caustic wit,to the destruction of any and all possible -
ORCHIDS AND competition to Frankenstelnlan"cult of media


Thus Dubois lifted one ,ofthecharatersout of Harriet 3Y

Beecher's stowe's Uncle Tom's Cabin, and cleverly placed
a d this derogatory label of"uncle Tom,"on Dr.Booker T. Washington

and his followers.

r Miami Times

NORTH MRS. ELLB MR. GORDON 6530 NW 15th Avenue

Jack Gordon, a member of the School Board, for taking a Miami, Florida 33147 ': :I N:; "

stand against EOPFs apparently poor administration of the affairs -

of the poor in this area, where Whitney Young said two Dear Sir : .
that "It is the only city in the nation where Negroes "'
years ago,
of .
Enclosed find them $
regard poverty as paradise." please --

to cover the, cost of al, : _subscription, to,

!. Charles Hadley, for tU merits that brought tat tppiopr.late the Miami Times. ', "f'' : -

reward, when be was appointed to the City's ChO Service ." .. ::

Board, the first Negro. Tie news of the appointment came on Mail Paper To.
his TV while we were talking with him and Ella, his wife for

25 years, an accomplishment In these days of brief marriages. Address I 1T"M

Charles North, for doing grand Job with his traveling agen- City________ State r zip Cod-

a cy. We remember its lowly beginning fifteen gars ago. wilco'l M rN tx MkArPacx ucBVS Ht
, Mrs. Gertha Ellis, the most tmtiful.University president's On Yr. *500 ( ) sp.kbSEus6KDLE .

secretary we have ever sees, for doing such a wonderful Job $'

la Tallahassee. She weds in August.
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6 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 8, 1967 "" .. .

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Jesting with good friends,for renewing acquaintances,parties, BY PRISCILLA REDDING .
and remembering the same event of past years. GENERAL LIMBERING UP EXERCISES

All this happened Saturday. Many visitors to our city for the (1) BODY TONE. Stand straight hands above head, reach towards During the past week the community of Richmond Heightshad
first time. Others who came was something they have gown ceiling. Bend towards floor and keep pushing down until several persons to visit with fellow friends:
accustomed to doing over the years. From Key West: Mrs. fingers touch the floor. Do not bend knees. Stretch toward Dr. and Mrs. Ltnkston Cryer had the honor of being host and
Thomas (Elizabeth) WIan, Cas co and Frenza Shine, The ceiling and bend and touch floor. Star at 10 times increase to hostess to Dr. and Mrs. Charles Leonard from Jackson Mis
Thomas Woods' family, Mr. and Mrs. Lang B. Millan and'125 times sissippi. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard arrived here in ,Richmond
daughters. Riding on the Key West float were De Chantal Long, Heights on Friday and will return on Sunday
Mar 1 e a n e Chipchase, Marva Stocker and Barbara Hartley. ,NECK AND THROAT Dr. Charles Leonard is a graduate of Florida A&M University -
Daytona Beach: George and Joyce Engram, Howard and Mary During his college yearshequarterbackedforFAMU football -
Bevel, Vernon and Evangeline Cooper. Titus ville: Stanley and (2)) Tilt head back until you feel a pull on the throat muscles. team from there he became an American quarterback.
Willa Mae Pinder and daughter, Susan; Thaddeus Pinckney,;Slowly open close your mouth as chewing- feeling the tigh- Dr. Leonard is now a dentist in Jackson Mississippi.Mr. .
and Ronald Allen motored from Tennessee State for a family tening of the muscles. Do this exercise 10 tmes. and Mrs. James Crawford (Alma) of 14250 Madison St.,
get together and the game. West Palm Beach: Chester and (3)) Tilt head back open mouth and jut out your lower jaw had the pleasure of entertaining Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ware of

Gladys Williams. until you feel a pull on the neck muscles. Turn head from side Orlando.Mr. .
From Cocoa, Naomi Ford and Mr. and Mrs. Dave Johnson to side, feeling the neck and throat muscles being toned. Blow and Mrs.Harry Collins(Kay)of 14741 Flllmore St., hadas
were guests of Winifred Martin; From Nassau,Ronald Thomasand air into closed mouth to eliminate lines around mouth. Touch their guest for the weekend Miss Mildred Evans from
Robert Thompson Willie and Sue Foster of Jacksonville nose with tongue then swallow tongue. Greenville.

were houseguests of Nalton and Clara Darby;Steve and Leona Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cambridge of 13901 JeffersonSt., gave
Sneed of Tampa were guests of Albert and Nellie Pinder ofOpalocks. CHEST their daughter Miss Thersa Cambridge to Mr. Paul F. Abnerin

And o-o-o, so many others. Hope you had lots of ((4)) Extend arms straight out.from shoulders; rotate 10 times holy matromony on Sunday, November 26.
fun, in spite of our loss. forward and 10 times backwards. They were married at the home of the bride and the reception
WE WERE THERE The Cuban-American Day at Dade (5)) Cross arms straight in front of you at shoulder height. was held at Tots Town Kindergarten.Mr. .

County Auditorium, Dec. 1, was a most beautiful expressionof (Indian fashion) Push hard with your hands on your arms, feel- and Mrs. Bernell Thompson of 14640 SW 104th Ct., are
gratitude. Cubans gathered for civic-cultural program, Ing the muscles from the armpit to the breast tighten up. Do proud parents of a baby girl, Leslie Saye.
to acknowledge to the United States and its people their thanks this 10 times increasing to 25 times. Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Edgar H. Jones of 16620

and appreciation.The COORDINATION SW 142nd Ter., they are the lucky winners for the best groomed -
which Included Cuban folklore
auditorium ceremonies
lawn of the month of November.
j and ballet acts by exile boys and girls, climaxed what the Cu- (6)) Both hands straight down at sides.In eight counts begin- Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Shootes were happy to have as house
bans have baptized as the "Cuban-American Day" in honor of ning with right hand raise each hand seperately to shoulder, guest some of the Grumbling College faculty members,among

the c. 1, 1965, start of the flights. straight up, back to shoulder and down.Start slowly, increas- whom were Mrs. Shootes, brother, Mr. Conrad Hutchinson,
It was a cherished privilege that was accorded me and my ing speed gradually. Do this at least 10 times.
Jr., Band Director; Mr. and Mrs.Ashford, cafeteria manager;
friends(Bill and Nancy Pate, Kate Cooper) to be invited to this
Mr. Ennis, director of alumni affairs; and Mr. Miles, school
program. Our thanks to Dr. and Mrs. Ricardo Esquivel. WAIST photographer
bells for Jennette Green and John Cohen
Wedding- rang M. On Friday, Dec. 1,the Powder Puff game between two teams
Sunday in Greater New Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church. (7)) Stand straight with hands on hips. Bend from waist first of Killian students were exposed. The score, the Green 7 the
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John D. Green, bending forward, then bending as far as possible twist upper White.
1325 NW 84th Terrace The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. part of body in a circle leaning first to the right. Repeat this

Dorothy Lee Cohen, 2320 NW 74th Ter. After a wedding tripto three,times. Repeat exercise leaning first to left. Increase to DADE COUNTYCOSMETOLOGIST
Gainesville, the couple will live in Miami. 10 times. (Mostly for limbering). JUNIOR ROUNDUPThe

On Thursday evening at Allapattah Junior High, Girl Scout (8)) Stand straight, legs far apart, arms outstretched at Junior American
Cadette Troop No. 724 Investiture Ceremony was conductedby shoulder height. Bend at waist and touch right hand to left toe. UNIT 49 gion Auxiliary No. 165 went on

Miss Elizabeth Jones. Mrs.Addle Cobb is Trooper Leader. Straighten up, then touch left hand to right toe. Do 10 times Dade County CosmetologistUnit their annual Junior Roundup,
Welcome to the Girl Scout family Increase to 30. (best). No. 49, is back at work Saturday, Nov. 25. They were
The car raffle (Camaro 1968) atCorpus Christie Catholic again, after having a nice vacation accompanied by their spon-
Church was won by Mr. S. G. Panka No. 21637 HIPS during the summer sors, Mrs. M. Montgomery,
The name of Isabelle Einley was inadvertently omitted In months. While vacationing the Mrs. Forbes, Mrs. Diniels,
the report of her mother's(Mrs.Ella pinder)birthday dinner. (9)) Lie straight on floor, arms crossed on chest. Roll from group spent a week in Nassau, and Mrs. Burney. The meet-
Santa will have to fill an extra stocking at these homesJohnand one side to the other. Bahamas which was very en Ing took place at Greynolds
Dianne Smith are parents of a darling daughter, Jennifer (P) For upper; part of hips: Lie on floor, bend legs up to rest joyable. We wish to thank all Park. The various units of the
Marie, born Nov. 28, at Mercy Hospital; Bernell and Alice i on stomach. Roll from side to side as, far as possible without our friends for making our 10th District voted on their
Thompson all smiles their first a beautiful girl letting shoulders raise from the floor \
are over baby first affair of the year successful new district officers.Deborahand
Leslie Faye, born Nov. 26, at Baptist Hospital. Proud grand- (11) Sit on floor with weight on left leg on left arm. Flex "A Mini Skirt Ball." Alma Donovan of Unit No.
parents are Hazel Dean Terrell and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur right leg at knee. Push up with right leg and left arm and Those of you who didn't attend 165 were elected for district
Thorpe. bounce on fat that you wish to remove.Repeat this 10 times on certainly missed a treat. For, secretary and sgt atarms,
Added Happiness at Thanksgiving was shared by many be- each leg. Increase to 25 times further information concern- resepctively. After the elec-

cause of groups such as the Margaret Magic City Council of i ing our activities, please read tions, the juniors and seniors
Lily Whites, Mrs. Margaret Carey,president.And Unit No. 39 THIGHS'IZ the Miami Times. enjoyed a hearty picnic aid
Sgt. Daniel W. Mull1ens DA VA, Mrs.Charles McLendon, Commander viewed the lovely park
( ) Sit on floor, spread out as far as possible. Bend and
Get well wishes to Lena Farrington at North Miami General I touch left hand to right toe,then reverse.Repeat this evercise
Hospital. 10 times, increasing to 25 times. Try to touch head to knee. i

Here for the funeral their aunt, (Mrs.Olive B. Smith),who I (13)) Deep knee bends. Stand with feet slightly apart, hands MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE

died, Nov. 22, are Mrs. Katie Roberts, Mrs. Myrtle Lenner,, on hips; raise up on toes and slowly bend until practically sit- MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY j
and Mrs. Mary Turnquest of New York City. ting on heels; Start this at 5 times increasing to 25 times
(14)) "Hip Walk"sit on floor; legs straight out in front; arms APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU.

A group of girls were guests of Miami Links to Edward crossed at shoulder level. Shift weight from side to side and THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE.
Vito's (famed harpist) concert. One of the artist in Barry Col- "walk" across floor
lege's cultural series.In THEM
our city last week was Fern Colburn of National Fede- STOMACH
tion of Settlement Houses.
Here from the snow and ice of Trenton,N. J. is Willie (son) (15)) Lie flat on floor raise legs straight up and bring down a a ------..
Weston, who is enjoying the sunshine.Mr. slowly. When legs are in air separate: like scissors.

and Mrs. Harry Smith entertained friends at an Open I
House after the game. UPPER ARMS I x HAIR DOESN'T GROW?

Rose Marie Stewart took time out from ONLY 14 DANDRUFF?
her duties in Atlanta to visit her parents, Mr. (16)) Arms straight out; open and close fists forward and I
and Mrs. Samuel Stewart. MORE backward. ITCHY SCALP?
Jeorge Vance Smith a junior at Florida
State visited his I
University, family during SHOPPING
Mr. and Mrs. James (Winifred) Jackson are parents of an-
Thanksgiving.Jeorge is the son of Mrs. Mae
other daughter, Catherine who made her debut last week. Mo-
Catherine Smith. DAYS
Church Women United-North Council ther and baby are doing fine. HERE \S HELP I II INU.BAIR

held its Annual meeting, Dec. 7, Church By BEFOREThe II
Sea, Bal Harbour. Members of the North : I
Miami High School Chorus provided special CHRISTMAS ,
Christmas music. A profile of our CWU in Treat the other man's faith gently; it is all he has to believe I USE U
with. His mind was created for his own thoughts, not yours or "
action in 1967 was presented by the officers of the council. I
It's farewell Miami and back to the New York City for Elva mine_ Henry S. Haskins. I

Jones Ferguson and daughters, Carla and Charlene.
Get well wishes to; Eric Harrow at Cedars of Lebanon; Wil- Thoughts about Christmas; We gear considerable grumbling CONDITIONING CREAM I
because Christmas has become materialistic and
so so commercialized -
liam Finley at Veterans Dorothy Harper Brown at Park View I
James ; ; It really is too bad. But what do we do to lessen GUARANTEED TO HELP YOUR CONDITION
Henderson and Millie Byrd Parker at Jackson.
the commercialism strengthen the spirit?Do we send giftsto OR YOUR MONEY BACKNUKAIR I
Here from Tuskegee to visit her ailing father, Mr. James
Woods those who remembered us last year, or do we give to those I
are Dorothy Richardson and son, Charles.
whom nobody remembers? Do we choose this time to return
Edris Madison of New York joying the sun and surf for two
weeks as guest of Herman and Louise Walton. the hospitality of acquaintances who entertained us, ordo we
welcome the unattached and lonely? Do we substitute thought- I II
Houseguesting with Cleora Brooks is Cleveland
Nassau. Rogers fulness for asp 1 ash y spending of money when we shop for IllS highly medicated to help retarded hair growth
gifts? And what influences our appreciation of those we re-
A combination tripbusiness and pleasure)brought E. R. ? give you fast relief of Dandruff, Itchy Scalp
Hanna to Miami for the weekend. E. R. is the husband of for- veive
mer Miamian, Carole Cooper Hanna of Nassau.At and Falling Hair. Ask for it at your favorite I 1

a luncheon at the Round Table Inn, Fort Lauderdale, Vion- Applying a material yardstick has great dangers, not just at I beauty salon or drug store. I II
nette Marie Brown was one of three sales persons awardedthe Christmas, but year round.It can be particularly harmful whenit
Silver Shoe for outstanding services at Richards'.Congratulations influences close relationships, like those of good friends or I A Three Month Supply Only $1.50 I I II
even a young husband and wife.

Mr. and Mrs. James (Gwendonlyn) Tucker and Mr.and Mrs. 1I Temple Add TLMr'LE I
Mancey (Myra)' Coachman of Tampa were weekend guests of There is only one way to judge any relationship. There must I GROWER $150
Ellis and Leatha Williams be mutual respect, admiration, consideration and kindness. .
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I THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 8, 1967 I 7

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Cigarette Has Peelable Packages t
A new, extra-long filter age from which the name can comes off when a pack is open },V1t, t41 4 4V
cigarette that comes in a pack- be removed is being introduced ed. %
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Florida this week. "It violates classic pre-
cepts of cigarette packaging "
BEWARE The new brand, called Century -
Castro said, "but our inten-
100's is made by p.
Superstition, Cord Read tion is tohlghlight the product
Ing, ,Tea. Reading, Witch. instead of the name."
croft. They are oil sinsl! Ben Castro,'field sales The package for Century
Now you are wanted and manager, explained here that 100's is almost like a stylish a
needed In the Roman the Century name is printedon case, according to Castro. BY STANLEY "SWEETS" SWEETING
Catholic Church. the cellophane wrapper instead Thin black stripes are slant- LINE-0-TYPE
of the package itself andee.r..r..rr.rwrrrrrrrrrrrrI ed across a silver-gray, '
linen-weave background with THE LITTLE RED BOOK: Former Miamlan and George
out brand identification or Washington Carver YMCA director MosesL.
SEWING MACHINE "advertising1 of any kind on MRS. ADA WILLIAMS, Perry, writes in from Jinga, t gandaEA)
: the package face, he said. President where he's doing some bang-up, executive
"REPAIR SPECIAL" I The Lorillard official saida chores with East Africans Moses and
full-aale advertising cam- ATTENTION SHOP OWNERS his' family are scheduled for a return trip I kw
Cleaned & Oiled I to the states by June 1969 in time he hopes
paign for the new brand will ,
Adjust Tensions ; open in Florida in December There will be a meeting of for the graduation of Moses Jr, an International
*Free Needle & Belt Total Cost Il!!. covering major newspapers, the Orange Blossom Cosme- affairs major at George Washington
r Check all Wiring All- Makes : raido and television. tologist Shop Owners Guild,on University In Washington,D.,C.. .. Phi Beta
r 1 Year Guarantee Lorillard, one of the na- Sunday, Dec. 10, at Sunlight Sigma entertained incoming friends and
& Models rr tion's leading producers of Beauty Schoo, 3:00 p.m. All member Greeks last Friday night at the
r cigarettes and other tobacco members and those who would Colonial Hotel on the eve of the big OBC parade
Call 625-1261 I products, also makes Kent, like to become members and game And Zeta Phi Beta serenaded M 1.1
prrrrrrrr-Nrrrr--rrrr.m True, Newport and Old Gold please be present. FAMU," a Zeta soror, at the home of soror Hannah S. Ed-
wards same date and time.
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,> ,.. >:.". W tJ." ,.::>(: \",. ,, : > : ,. '" ,"' '4r."r: < >"',.'"' '.:,..> i..f:<< ; :>:\!?*-t J :..,, i0W t. Patricia to wed Joseph Jones on the 30.The merger is slated
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; > ?; ; : <; 1< :,;; for Christ Episcopal Church in the Grove., Wendell Martinof

),\: the late pioneer S.T. Martin clan passed. Ezekiel Cleareon
.., crutches with a sprained kneecap... City of Miami veteran
'.'. ,' .) ; :, sleuth B. J. Guilford keeping up the pace set by the area's
"first five" over 25 years ago. Dimpled Sandra Christie
Bethel blrthdayed December 6. She's now 19 But Violet
Strachan celebrated hers on the'2nd.

SALT WATER TAFFY: Mount Tabor's W. Cason blowing
fumes over our item (which he claims wasa little misleading)
that avered Rev. P. S. Brown was waiting to receive his of-
ficial release (and pay) before Joining the dissenting church
p 1 group. Cason wants all to know that the Rev. Brown receivedhis
pay prior to the appearance of the article that was itemed
mere. (Darn these late editions!) Look Alikes: The "Hello
: /11 Dolly" star Carol Charming is a dead ringer for Texas mil
lionairess Candy Moss I e r. Hollywood should consider the
"Mossier Story" starring Miss Channing.

THE WEEKS WASH: There maybe others, but Phyllis

1 %L Wheatley elementarY's PTA IsthrowingabigC hrlstmas Part]
.- --- ( and program at the school December 14. President Hammettis
inviting the public and urges you to be there promptly at 8
t. P.m. The Stanley (Pauline)Newbolds celebrate their 34th
anniversary Saturday (Dec.9). .JoycelynNewbold-Knowles
back to her Phyllis Wheatley {caching post after 3 1/2 months
out of the classroom with a broken leg. Former Miamlan
Verna Sands-Kelly-Thomas and hubby up from Key West last

STUFF AND SUCH: Credit goes to A. H. McKenzie, sextonof
Christ Church Cathedral in Nassau, Bahamas, for the
g ;f'fir column's first Yuletide greeting which arrived at our desk via
air-mall November 22. City of Miami motorman Nathaniel
Veal from two-wheel steed to four-wheel cruiser ? ? ? Mrs
Oliver B. Smith passed Joseph Kershaw's wife Mamie ill
in Christian Memorial. Northwestern Senior High school-
% prof Eugene Duncombe suffered severe burns on his legs in a
;qr freak accident in his Opa-locka home last Friday. Eighty-
year-old Mrs Millie Byrd-Parker in Jackson Memorial with
pneumonia. A daughter Angela (Candace) Byrd-Gooden down
? from Jamaica, LI, NY last Sunday to be at her bedside.
V 4.4
SWEETS TREATS: Judge Donald Wheeler Jones' Initial few
: days on the municipal bench received hurrahs hallelujahs
from the passing throng Lovely Diane Spratling, Miss
FAMU 'queen' of 1967 Is the daughter of Earl Spratling, Tus-
,e kegee classmate of this paragrapher ...Greater Bethel AME
pastor Rev. S. A. Cousin aspiring to the Methodist bishopric
Despite the colorful parade and increased football atten-
dance over '68, rumors persist that the OBC.will go shoppingfor
another town and stadium for its 1968 turnout.

MIAMI MUSINGS: There may be others but fifty students
from North Dade Junior high have been selected to enjoy a day
People who enjoy surprises on Miami Beach visiting hotels, dicing swimming,sight
seeing and frolicking among the swanks in Tourist Town. Principal -
Chas D. Wyche and his entourage have a date for Sun-
with GreyhoundGreyhound day (Dec. 10) From our column of Oct 13, 1987: "Now
.g they tell me it's Charley Hadiey who's seeking a political seat"
From The Miami Times of Dec. 1, 1967: "Charles Hadley
is filled with wonderful sur go. No wonder Greyhound carries more is the new member of the Civil Service Board, through the re-

prises. The surprise of seeing scenery people than anybody el e. If you like quest Ferre.of" the newly-elected City Commissioner Maurice

you could never see as well by any other pleasant surprises, go with Greyhound.. .
travel way. The surprise of riding rib Nobody has lower fares than Greyhound. For example: CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS::The ..lorida Congress of Par
bons of smooth new super highways direct ONE WAY ONE WAY ent-Teacher first annual banquet will be held at the Evergladeshotel
destination. New York $40.40 Detroit $44.75 January 18 Grady Paint and Body Shop has shiftedits
to Many people
your Philadelphia $36.55 Birmingham $23.20 sights from 20th and Fifth ct to 20th Ter. and Second Ave.
first tried Greyhound just to save money. Boltimore $32.35 Atlanta $20.60 Mrs. Doll Smith discharged from Christian Memorial

Then discovered it's also a surprisingly Savt 10% extra each way with a round-trip ticket Tuesday Mrs. M. Murray scheduled to go Wednesday. .
friendly, easy-going, convenient way to GREYHOUND TERMINAL 275 N. E. lit Street Ph: 3730492Or Willie Williams (60th St) lost his sister Ruby Hunt last Friday
in Jackson Memorial Police Sergeant Lury F. Bowen to
--------,..-. Coll Your Greyhound Agent. move his curvy squaw and little papoose into a new and bigger
Northwest home Clyde Hayes and daughters Bonnie and
Delia Faye down from Daytona Beach houseguestlng with bro-
therinlaw the Aaron Bethels' the Grove. To hear teen-
ager Gayle Denise Sweeting tell it North Dade Junior high's
band and majorettes were the best Junior high group in the
r r r r r r r r r, ,, (Delores Smith Browns christ
Cprp q ,, .rrrMOr.. parade ..The Clarence
( k. / ened their baby daughter in their new home last Sunday .
7 ? ? That's it brother, from your one-man-newspaper: who
1 1 1 1 knows everybody and everybody's racket, but who lost his
;. column notes during the past hectic weekudallmost failed to
bring you this sizzler at deadline Ufte.I .
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. Negro Girls Cracking Prejudice In Beauty Queen Contests Held Over 2nd

Darker-sklniwd girls art at expected triumphs was that of ing the nation's racial from Africa West Indies have
last breaking the white bar Daphne Maxwell, a 19yearold composition has been the Miss participated, and since 1960 Week
rier as contestants In com- New Yorker who becamethe Universe contest, where win- four American Negro girls
mercial beauty contests. And first Negro homecoming ners from states compete In each a little darker than her i
this tall there was a virtual queen at traditionally staid Miami Beach for the title of predecessor have carried the
spidemlc of Negro homecoming Northwestern Universityin Miss USA before vying with banner of states in their quest Ii I 1
queens at large universities Evanston, Illinois.Nd beauties from other countriesfor for the big bounty of more than 1
with proportionatelysmall ., black, brown or tan Miss the big one. Dark beauties $20,000. NOW PLAYING
Negro enrollment, reports America has ever walked down
Ebony Magazine for De the runway at Atlantic City to I DRIVE IN 'THEATRE ...
cember. the crooning of Burt Parks. Doctors To Attend Birth
Some of the largest schools, However, says Ebony,several LEE
like the University of Michi- have won city contests only to
gan and the Chicago Circle be eliminated In Judging at the Defects Symposium ARVIN
branch of the University of state level and thus failing to
minds awardedcrownstoNegro reach the Atlantic City finals. f
Several hundred doctors discussion will Include..Can POINT
girls. One of the most un Somewhat closer to mirror i
from Florida and other South- tranquilizers produce prena- '
ern states are expected to at- tal brain damage?What exter- ; BLANK"
tend the University of Miami- nal signs reveal hidden birth ;
March of Dines sponsoredbirth defects? How can congenital ..ANGhE b
defects symposium Dec. defects be diagnosed in the
7, 8 and 9 at Miami's newest womb? Who is the "excep- L&b. DICKINSON
hotel, the Sheraton Four Am- tional" child and what can be
bassadors. done for him? How are Inborn
They will hear 24 researchers chemical errors detected and '"' z; lullllt"
and one physical therapist what is done to protect their ,....bIrt
.....ItMt.7th .
d T f give the latest word on the de- victims?
tection, treatment and preven- The National Foundation-
tion of birth ddfects.Dr. March of Dimes has joined the
Jiift.l Bernad J. Fogel, Director University of Miami spon-
of the Birth Defects soring this symposium as part
.l Center, University of Miami,<,of its fight against the birth defects -
will chair the scientific pro- that afflict at least 250-
Ft.n gram. 000 lew born U.S babies each
He said that questions up for.yovr.



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Whitney Young, right, director of the N. nal Urban League FERT BEAUTICIANS. SATISFACTION k 4. IMPOSSIBLEl.M.LOEM _
is given an Inspection tour of the Florida Memorial College In GUARANTEED.
Miami, at its new site which is now under construction.The .
75 year old, predominantly Negro, liberal arts collegeIs
relocating to Miami from St. Augustine, and will open for Exotic Fashions Wig &
classes In Sept. 1968 on a completely new$10,000,000.00 cam MIAMI iJRiyrwtHlftfR
pus. Beauty Salon *
Mr. Young Is seen on a recent trip to Miami by Mrs. Louis
Glasser, chairman of the local.committee for the Urban Lea- 15980 NW 27th Avenue j
gue and Rev. Edward T, Graham, chairman of the college 6250441Closed Monday lye I93-421T
Board of Trustees!


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4 Adm. $1.50 Sam Baker Miss Kim Tarver
Sunday p.m. Inspirations Sam TECHNICOLOR
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HE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 8, 1967 9

v Orange Blossom Classic


a Parade Best YetOno

ot the largest crowds Trophy was donated by Range

o in attendance to the Orange Funeral Home for division D.

Blossom Classic PuID benefited Division HI business and

watching the fabulous Industry: First place winner.
"Marching 100" and the local Pan American; second, the
/ high school bands, kindergartens Continental Club; third place,
social clubs, churches, the Island Club. Trophy was

Rifle, rifle, who's got the rifle? During; the summer some business and industry, but a donated by WAME for division
person or persons broke Intoa local pawn shop and removed special attraction was the Jun- III.
22 rifles which were never recovered. About two weeks ago kanoo Parade from Nassau In The committee wishes to

some one was on Second avenue trying to sell some rifles. If their original costumes and thank all who participated in

those persons want to sell those rine .Til buy them and no native beats. Fifteen out-of- making this 35th Orange Blos-

questions asked. Intact, I don't ha veto see who is selling themto town bands participated including som Classic Parade one of the

me, We can make arrangements for them to call me and we one from Mississippiand best In the history of the event.

will work out a deal My number is757-2836. after 6 p.m. one from Atlanta, Ga. William J. Stirrup was grand

I will then ask the City Manager, M. L. Reese for the money marshall.
the floats and automobiles
and we will work out an exchange. No questions asked. no Judging
arrest. Just a plain business deal. We want to get them out in the parade were
Mrs.. Marion P. Allen, Miss
of circulation, that is all.
Jean D. Solomon and Mr.
James Farrlngton. I Ito
PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Paul Wyche Miami News

Criteria for Judging parade
PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Ernestine Cruz entries were design and over-
Mr. Fleetwood Price, Soles/ and Marketing representative all theme; originality; artistry *

VIP; Sid Brownstein for the Coca-Col Bottling Company of Miami, looks and decorative materialsIn

"Miss Tan America Claudia bouquet good taste; fully decorated
ones Reynolds pins
MOTHER OF THE WEEK: Iris Shirley framework sturdiness
of flowers on "Miss Grambling College" Miss ; ;
vehicle safe for traffic and
Praise for the management of the Lejeune Golf Course is the Gloria Love at the Annual Orange Blossom Classic completely under control; rid-

order of the day. Last Saturday and Sunday, golfers from all parade. ers secure and free from un-
walks of life played in the Jimmy Burns Invitational Scholar- __ due hazards; costumes of rid

ship Golf Tournament. There was a field of 127 golfers and ers In good taste; and no rid-
$4,000 was raised in this first effort to establish scholar-
a Clubman Restaurant & ers on car fenders, hood or
ship for some deserving young golfer to goto college. Among top of car.Division.
the celebrities participating were: "The Great One," Jackie

Gleason, Julius Boros, bam Snead,Chick Harbert,Charlie De- Lounge I. Kindergarten;
Lucca, Jr., George Corcoran, Dick Fincher,Vic Ghezzi,Babe First place winner Miss Shirley K. Thomas of madl-

Hart, Mayor Steve Clark, City Manager, M. L. Reese, City 4811 NW 7th AVENUE Roberts; second place Cox; son, Fla., daughter of Mr.and

Publicity Director, Lew price, Former baseball great, Joe Hours 6 a.m. to 1 a.m. Daily third place, Cooks. Trophywas Mrs. Samuel Thomas has been
Black of the Brooklyn Dodgers (Joe is now Vice President of donated by Bonded Collec- awarded 250 dollars toward a

Marketing of Greyhound Bus Company).Also on hand,and beat- SPECIALIZING IN: tion Agency for Division I. scholarship from the District

ing me to death was the Director of parks and Recreation, Fine Foods, Cold Beer &Wine Division II-Social Clubs and Grand Household of Ruth No.

James Hilton and Woody Laughinghousemanager( ); Churches: First place, St. 16 of Florida. She is a gradu-
County Commissioner Lew W bit W 0 r t b, Robert Seldon;Bill Uleas Lee & Sam Jinks, ProprietorsDoris John's Baptist, second place, ate of Madison Training Schoolat

Graham, owner of Miami Lakes Country Club and his manager, Young, Manager Mt. Zion Baptist; third place, Madison, and now attending

Ralph Mcintyre, Biltmore Golf Course Pro, Bill Tender, Le- Drew Junior High and Browns- Florida Memorial College, at
jeune Pro, Vince Allen; Miami Spring Pro,Ralph Allen; Doral ville Community Youth. St. Augustine.
Country Club Executive, Frank Strafacci; Ralph Renick of
WTVJ; Porter Norris of pan American Airways.Paul Turcottwas
acclaimed the best greenskeeper in the State of Florida. Outstanding

The course was beautiful and everyone mentioned it.We must

mention the folk 'who conducted this "shot-gun" style tourna- <\ '

ment with the Goodyear Blimp flying over the course to Rive Educator'sAward, :. Ot .J .t., : :; .,. For your mother:
the starting to 127 golfers to tee off at the same time. WorkIng -, .r .
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licity Department, Lee Evans, who has lust been promoted to '< .lit "
the mangership of the Marine Stadium; Assistant Publicity ,\' ''r!:: '" :.1. JV. yourfriends'
Nominations for tie 1967-68 ,
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Dept. Manager, Howard Berger, Davene Derby, Mr. Price'ssecretary Educator \ ; "

Mike Jacobs, Joan Maydak, Emily Collins and Walter Award Outstanding, presented Young annually by :;l .. .,: for everyone...
Marks, photographer. After the tournament,we went to the
Flagler Kennel Club for a banquet and presentations and the Greater Miami Jaycees, > ..'j tI* S "I t.' I ,
are now being accepted. j 1. ::
awards. The whole affair : .i/'Y
was Just beautiful am hoping that teacher connected with I, '
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the North-South Tournament will be made Into a "shot-gun" .;
the board of public instruction
style tournament because it is a wonderful idea. ,
between the ages of 21 to 35

may be nominated. A resumeof
QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Remember a few weeks back a teacher's progress in his ..';, i 1'1' '.
when I asked if anybody cared about a young man In a wheel education career and his con- ." f tJl .. 1i 1 t'1' 'ft1';
chair seeing the Dolphins play? Someone cares. a lot of :1t 7'\t!!, '& ,
tribution to the communitystate ; ,
people Mrs. EstelleCunnlngham of 844 NW 66th .'
care. S. L. ( or nation should be sent
St., is a heart patient,and she called her friends from her bed Simon Segal, c/o Miami 4 .' '4.
and collected money for two tickets for this young man to see
Jaycees, 931 SW 1st St., Mia- '.\,' .
the Dolphins play one of their winning games last week. Not (
mi, 33130, no later than Dec.
only did this fine woman get the tickets,but she also sent him 15.

$2.00 spending money. She Snot able to get around herself, but Last year's winner went on .4
she wanted to help. She showed that out of a million people, -
to become state winner and \
John H Scott Mrs. Maxie B Bell and Mr. .
someone cares. Mr. represented Florida at the national :.
and Mrs. James H. Hall helped her purchase the tickets and competition. ,.
get them to us. This young man, who sits in a wheelchair in
Any further information ..
front of Kwick Check store on N. E. 2nd Ave., and 54th St., may be obtained by calling the

daily, is very grateful to all of you. Luther and Evelyn Jaycee office 373-8946-
Frazier, owners of Cafe Society Restaurant In Atlanta are
tween 9:00 a.m. and 5:00.p.m..
here ducking the cold weather. They saw and enjoyed the ame week .
Saturday night Last Friday night word I 4e
was spread that Vanilla Williams had pas ";' ;; the Christmas Gifts

sed. The news of her death spread like wildfire 18 Years of Responsible ., ,r
yet on Saturday, Vanilla Williams was Building Service to most appreciated
seen on a float in the Orange Blossom Clas- The Community

sic parade. It seems that someone who When Buying or Building ;:: : :: are easy to identify.Theres
shares her name passed and the popular .
Miami personality is still alive and kicking a plug atone end

Pretty Sharon Goodwin of Lincoln Na- j(7soon. ( CALL STANLEYPL .J ..'( ; '

tional Bank will make a trip to the altar ;' i i ;, ...magic at the other.
the month and I '1-3604 \ )
January is thinkVANILLA o '"
everybody knows who the lucky guy Is Beautiful Homes. PRACTICAL PREFERRED APPRECIATEDAnd
Again Clyde Killens put his golden hands on the Knight Beat Built on Your ( they last and last and last.)

Classic Ball and the club was Jammed to the walls Saturday Lot or OursAttractive Alterations I- ." .

night. The show was beautiful. What Is next Clyde? Speak- and

png of the Classic, the attendance was 38,000 (12,000 better Additions
We proud for this also benefits worthy Let us Demolish '
than last year). are r. .
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OutHouse ., ,,".,
Your Worn t" t'
form of scholarships to college.. '
students Inthe par & ) '. I"I
and Builda
Birdie Club numbers will tee fat Lejeune on Sunday, at 8:30 Lov.ly New ., .,.>' wtW. .''." I. IMIAJI
tournament, and are still planning for Home ,, .
for their monthly .
a.m., I Ar .. .,. .. ..
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St Lucie
their big annual affair at early year. Call Us for Facts About ; .
visitors here for the Classic were Pepsi Cola's George Building III packed wIth everything from cookie napes,
Among A t to holidey decorating ideal for your homeGat
Brown, Phillip Morris, Herb Wright, P. Lorillard & Sons Good Bank Financing .1"r".. .., ..t. your hen Copy at electric' appliance More.
Chuck Sterling, and Falstaffs Allen McKellar HankAaron, STANLEY BUILDERS, f. '

the Atlanta Braves slugger .The Miami Colonial Hotel was Inc.Licensed S : ,Y '. "" :r J FLORIDA I POWER & LIGHT COMPANY
kept jumping last weekend when the Alphas, Omegas, Sigmasand Insured "'. y ,? .J 4: .. \ 1 MIIHNO lUlU. ILOAIDAi
FAMU alumni all had hospitality suites there. The place .
will never be the same. That Is it for this week. till the 888 N. E. 79th Street
Miami, Florida
next one live life, every golden minute of it. PEACEI!


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 8, 1967 11GRNDOENING

EOPI Gets Federal Money III

to Operate Until January 1 .

Money to operate the war Among the 850 EOPI work- ents of children, in te DayCare
on poverty program untilJan- ers grim fates are seen, be- on Head Start Classes l-
uary 1, has been approved by cause the delay of three weeks drafted a telegram to Governor .
Congress, according to Con- without pay will work a hardship Kirk, Attorney General.. t.
gressman Claude Pepper. Butit plus the fact that this new Faircloth, and State attorney
will take about three weeks money will last only until Jan Gerstein that said as follows; /'
for the employes to get paid. uary 1968. "The workers of EOPI are
Pepper said tlat the Officeof The director of the Cul- hungry. The assisted mothersand i
Economic Opportunity had mer Neighborhood Center, fathers are angry. We are ,1Ii
approved a $3,435,527 interim Arthur King, has warned: beseeching your power of of-
grant for Dade's financiallysick "This means that it will be im- fice to release those funds.
poverty program. possible to continue. Our people Whatever happens to Miami
The Congressman said that here can't take it any longer will certainly be on your con-
the federal grant, if acceptedby science."
Gov. Kirk, would "save"the "They will just have to quit
Since the that Con
bankrupt program only until -: and find other Jobs." money
has approved for tem-
January, and that $2,012- Mr. King was referring to gress
986 was new money and the re- the condition under which porory help to EOPI employes
can ,be stopped Governor
mainder was reprogramming these workers .have been living by
Kirk's veto, the continuation
money. on limited budgets the
of the EOPI is
Richard Weatherley, head hardship is two-fold. death. program facing
of EOPI, said that the money Said Mrs. Betty Lou Bar- '
would not be available until bierei, EOPI staff member, The State attorney,who sub-
three weeks have elapsed. "These people are down ab- penaed bank records among r"5'H W-CASE
Meanwhile, the EOPI has solutely nothing. The bare other records, will not givea .;
been trying to borrow about necessities of life are no longer guarantee that the accountswill
$220,000 to meet payrolls there. not be frozen by the governor
missed last month, Weather- At a meeting in the Culmer during the investigationof
ley said. The bank, however, Center on Tuesday night,par the affairs of EOP!. >;

wants a firm guarantee that it YJ' I
would be repaid even if Gov. 'F OUTLETSelling : 1

Kirk Congressman vetoes the money.Pepper said Sewing Training "

that a letter from Atlanta OEO

regional United headquarters National Bank givingthe here Program Urged HereIn 269N W. 7 A YENU" I I(1J

the guarantee of repaymenthas < ,
recent letter to the ing andbetterment of thousands ..c.... ,, ..
been received.But a Hon ; .Jll ..' .; : .\. .. '
< ,'" \
that is Claude Pepper, Jack Edwards and thousands of unem- "Ay" ;'IIliiIJt\: '... '/"lt. J: $ ..,, ,
Weatherley says 't 1 ., 't ,.
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.not so, that the letter from At- made a proposal for the de-. ployed and underemployed .r: v>' ill.. t'f
lanta had been read b him,and velopment of sewingtrainingupon persons male and female, in '
that the wording was not suf- home sewing machines. the South Florida area. I am
ficient to satisfy the bank.It Mr. Edwards, who lives in referring to the universal use
was not long after he had Fort Lauderdale, but is employed of the sewing machine." '
made this statement that City at the Biscayne Boule- In his reply to Mr.Edwardsthe the latest
Commissioner Range received vard store of Sears Roebuckand Congressman said: "I am
a telegram from Gov. Kirk Company, said in part, in sure the Federal Government
saying that he had approved a his lengthy letter to Congressman would be willing to assist in a
grant to the local poverty program Pepper; training program where it was misses and junior
in Miami.Commissioner. "There is a large and grow- evident that profitable em-
Range had ing needle trades industryboth ployment could be provided for
contacted the Governor when ( Union and Open Shop) in those who would be trained.
she became concerned about South Florida,1located principally cop4es of Mr. Edwards' letter ) J
reports that(: the Governor was in Dade County. Apparently were sent to Commissioner :
considering a veto of the the most serious prob- Atha 11 e Range and
Washington law makers wren lem affecting this industry... James R. Jackson, director of SpecializingJ:
they authorized the money. and this can be verified by con- New Careers Program EOPI. ,

School Board member,Jack .tacting management personnel ---------i r
Gordon, repeated his attack within the industry, or more .
against Weatherley, saying, simply, by glancing throughthe I
"I can easily cite from memory help-wanted ads in both the :SEWING MACHINES I
at least half dozen examples Miami Herald and the Daily ALL I
of mismanagement on News -- is a severe shortage MAKWE A MODELS
the part of Dick Weatherley. of trained and motivated workers :

He has used bad Judgment repeatedly Now, while this may be a II Dresses
in handling this pro. problem in other industries, Call :
gram, and this raises a lot of nevertheless the needle :
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Guyton's, Morris and Carne- Mrs. Clareth'a Carnegie, Viola Hill, Q. A. M. Holly- i' t ,
gay, families and their Haines City; Mr. Mar ion Harris wood; Mrs. Onah B.Robinson;
friends, at the home of Mrs. Mrs. Clarice Carnegay; Mr.-John W.Whitaker,Albany, N
Clarice Carnegay 5253 NW Mrs. Barbara J. Harris, and Ga; the first Negro locomo- OPEN MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY
24th PI., Miami.The outstanding son, Zinan Harris; Mr.Ran tive engineer in the US.A. Mr. 10 A.M. TO 9 P.M. M
event of the reunion dinner dolph Morris,87 years.young.! Charles Johnson, and wife,

which featured Hawaiian cook Julia, Chicago, Ill; Mrs. Gertrude ..j SUNDAYS12.R.M.. to 6 P.M.
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Philadelphia and Atlanta.
The scroll was signed by First ThirdThe Fas "being in the running but ped to the Jive," passed upall
Mr. Grant, and Dr. George or I wonders about ,the the "trips" and"ans"and de-
Court To Gore, Jr., presidentofFAMU. Hippies and floats and "switch." cided to go on a lollypop kick.
Following the game, which Hip-Hippies were some of the Hippies shown are .. Top:
Gra mbl1ng won by a close top attractions of the 35th Bewigged, bespectacled and Alissa Hines, Terry Tim-
score of 28-25, Mr. Griebelwas Classic Parade, last SaturdayThe swinging to the beat of the mons, Jill Jones Johnny Williams -
Rule On Housing BiasWhether host at a"President's Re- 50,000 plus spectators music, these little actors Mrs. C. Lamb.
caught the crowd's fancy and
ception" .at the Hotel Seville, seemed to "come alive" as Front row; Lorraine
,Miami Beach, for officials the novel Cook's Kindergarten came on like taking atrip. Troutman, Angelita Felder,
a real estate developer home In a North St.Louis com. of FAMU and Grambllng Col- float hove into view. They couldn't quite make the Rod Strachan,Janice Kennedy,
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16 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 8: 1967

STEVENS Funeral services for little RICHARDSON Mrs. Ruby Hunt of 2723 NW BAIN'S James Edward Powell of 6501

I r'CARDS MEMORIALS I DEATHS I II Nelson McCutcheon of 4401 SW 60th St.,died,Nov.30,in Jack SW 59th Ct., South Miami, died

20th St., Hollywood, will beheld son Memorial Hospital. She is Nov. 28. Funeral services were

Thursday, Dec. 7, at 3 survived by three children, held Wednesday, at 2 p.m. from

p.m., in Ebenezer Baptist Mesdames, Emerson Hunt, Mt. Olive Church in South Mi-

CARDOF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAM CARD OF THANKSTo Church, Hallandale with Rev. Yvonne and David; one brother ami with the Rev K. E. Rogers
0. W. Foster officiating. Sur- Willie Williams; one sister in officiating Among his survi-

family of th later In loving memory'of wife and my many friends and vivors include his father Eu- law Mrs. Artis Williams; two vors are his parents Mr. and

dear mother '3'*. neighbors, I am indeed grateful gene; mother Mary; three sis- sisters, Mrs. Nettie Wrightand Mrs. Walter: Powell, four bro-

to each of you for visits, tersrti Ella Jean, Theresa and; Mrs. Lucille Springer;one thers, two sisters,six aunts and

I ROSA MAE HARDNETTwho prayers, phone calls,flowers, Valerie; four gland.parents. aunt Mrs. Ida Pace. Funeral uncles.
services will be held Thursday -
cards, donations,during my illness -
departed this life, Dec.7, through an accident,I am John Gissendanner of 5351 at 3:00 p.m. in the chapel. Mrs. BeatriceJenkinsof3650Frow

1965. still asking your prayers,they Fletcher St., who was killedin 1 Mrs. Anna Williams of 220 Ave., Coconut Grove,died

She's gone, but not forgot- help so very much. May God an automobile accident,will NW 11th Ter, died, Nov. 30, Dec., 2 at Cedars of Lebanon

continually bless each of you. be shipped to Live Oak Fla., in the Convalescent Hospital. She is survived by the

T- ten.May her soul rest in peace. Again thanks k Friday morning.Survivors include ing Home. She is survived by husband, Willie; one daughter,

The Hardnett and Turner his mother, Josephine; one sister, Mrs. Nola Bryant; one sister; one brother; two

families Mrs. Edna Calmer five sisters, Mrs. Eula White, daughter Mrs. Ida Bell Bren- grandchildren; one brother;one

Mrs. Fannie Kannady, Mrs. son and one granddaughter, aunt; one uncle. Funeral ser-

CARD OF THANKSThe RANGEMike Ethel Brown; Mrs. Dottie B. Mrs. Thresa Mabrey. Re- vices will be held Friday,at 4:30

Martin; and Juanita; three mains were shipped to Wadley, from St. Mary's Baptist Church.
family of the late Donald Hall of RL 21 brothers, Joe Lewis, James Ga., Dec. 4.

S. Dade Labor Camp, died re- and Willie; one sister-in-law; Mrs. Mamie Simmons of Mrs. Cora Anderson of 3226
I h 1967 at ,vently. He Is survived by his three brothers-in-lav. Day Ave., Coconut Grove, died
jfbo passed Nov. 5920, died, Dec.l, injackson
._. parents, Mr.and Mrs.Charles
4 at She
Dec. Mercy
Palm Springs Hospital acknowledge Memorial. She is survived by ,
MABLE BURGER with grateful ap- Hall; four sisters; one bro- Mack Robert Pearson, Jr. two sons, George and James; is survived by her husband,

... preciation all the kind acts of ther. Funeral services were of 5351 Fletcher St., who was and one aunt,Cora Johnson. Cooley; one daughter, Willie M.;
conducted, Monday, Dec. 4, at killed in automobile acci-
wish to thank their many sympathy shown in the formof Funeral services will be held two sons Kenneth and Cooley;
friends and Mt. Calvary Baptist Church. dent, will be shipped toLive six and four sis-
neighbors, cards, letters,visits,pray- ,Saturday, Dec. 9, at 2:00 p.m., grandchildren
their kindness and loving ers, telegrams and floral Mrs. G loss I e McCray Oak, Friday morning. Survi- in New Bethel Baptist Church ters. Funeral services will be

words during our hour of be- pieces bestowed upon us dur- 16200 17th Pl., died in Jackson I vors include father,Mack Sr.; Opa-locka. held Saturday, at 1 p.m. from St.
reavement. Memorial Hospital.she is an aunt Mrs. Fannie Everett; John Methodist Church South
ing our hour of bereavement.To Mr. Alfredo Peltier, died,
Your visits cards telegrams survived by her husband an uncle Samuel Everett. Miami.
bear such a loss is a Dec. 1. Arrangements are incomplete -
in other acts of kindness were great burden but with friendsfar James; an adopted daughter, .

deeply appreciated. And tothe and near to comfort us, it Sonia. Funeral services will Robert Harvey of 5639 Flag-

62nd Street neighbors, thank makes our burden lighter. be conducted Saturday,Dec.9, ler St. died Tuesday. He is

you ,all so much.and May God Words are inadequate to ex- in First Baptist Church, at 3 survived by his mother, Mrs. "'None Better in Miami"

bless each .and everyone of press our thanks but we espec- p.m. Eliza Harvey;one sister, Mrs.
A special thanks to Rev. Viola Garrison; a nephew,
you. ially thank the nurses who Elbert Gaskins of 3848 Oak FREE PICK UPANDDELIVERYSERCH
Thompson and members of the worked untiringly and the Ave., died injackson Mem- David Harvey; one aunt.
Church of Christ. Again thank :
Range Funeral Home.
orial Hospital. He is survived'by
you all. Again many, many thanks T VTV
his wife, pearl; two step- THANK YOU
to all of
you. Edna
daughters, Thompson,
The Family and Louise Clark; two step- I would like to give special RADIO STEREO REPAIRS

The family sons, Manley and Willie Dor- thanks to the Queen Hearts Shop Phone: 754.8462 Emergency 691-6547

CARD OF THANKSThe sey; one sister,Dora Gaskins. Club for the thoughtful deeds
IN MEMORIAMIn Funeral services will be con- rendered to me during the 5906 NW 7th AVENUE

family of the late ducted, Frtiay, Dec. 8,at 1:00 death of my grandmother,
sad, but loving memoryof p.m. in the chapel. Mrs. Eliza Jerningan.
our dear daughter and sis-
Winifred Williams
ELIZA JERNINGAN ter, Mrs. Lula Clark of 2371 NW

66th St., died Thursday, Nov. ..
acknowledge with grateful ap- SHIRLEY BEVERLYANN 30, She is survived by her mother STUDENT SPECIAL
preciation all the kind acts of SCOTT Mrs. Blanch Willis. Fun Mrs. Mary Smith of 1151

sympathy shown in the form of who departed this life Dec. 1, eral services were conducted NW 57th St.,died recently.Her Bus ID Photos

__ cards, letters, visits,prayers 1966. Wednesday in New Providence survivors Include mother, t

and floral pieces stowed .Gone, but will never be for- Baptist Church. Ethel Smith;Cousins, *..and ,.i ,
upon us during our hours of gotten. Mrs4. Nathaniel Malory; one 2 For 50*

bereavement.To Patrick' James Bain the sister, Pearl Andrews; a

bear such a loss is a Willie Mae Scott,. mother young son of Helen Bain and nephew, Walter Wootena; SATURDAY ONLY

great burden, but when friends Blanch, Ernestine, Patriciaand James Bethea, died Thursday, niece, Magnolia Gore. Ar-

are makes near to burden comfort lighter.us, it Laverne, sisters Nov. 30. Besides his parents, rangements are incomplete. JOHNSON OF MIAMI

our Larry and Willie, brothers he is survived by Rachel and
Words are Inadequate to express -
Debbie, Tevln,Tony and Melvin; a sister, Sharron. William McPhail of 345 NW
our Corner NW 38 St. &
Funeral services
were con-
Rita nieces and nephewsIN
Special thanks to Rev. S. L. 13th St., Apt. 8, died in Jack-
ducted Monday, in the chapel.
Gay, ushers, choir and mem- son Memorial. He is survivedby

bers of Mount Hermon AME, MEMORIAM 2148 his wife, Mable; two sons 12 Ave.
Fred Carter of NW86st.
Opa-locka. the neighbors and William Moxie and Frederick
In memory of our beloved ., died recently. There are
Smith three brothers John
the Richardson Funeral Home ; ,
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father and son immediate survivors.Ar- :
Again, thanks from the bot- Robertson, Stanley and Henry
'' 'I. rangements are incomplete.
tom of our hearts. r four sisters, Viola Harvey, '

Alice, Celia, and Sparkalee.
The familyIN Miss Vanilla Williams of Funeral services will be con-I
155 NW 10th St. died recently.
ducted December
She is survived by her mother 9, in the chapel. 691-7661

MEMORIAM Hattie Smith; a father,

In loving memory Leroy; a step-father Hersey Mrs. Dorothy Sands Chris-
Smith; a brother, Winston; topher of 775 NW 69 St.rear)

grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. died recently. She is survived r

Gonzales Edwardson; two her Robert
by husband ; a
aunts Honey and GeorgiaPoke
daughter, Dianne; two sons,
; step-mother, Angela. Dale and Ira Lee; three sis-
Funeral services will be conducted -
ters, Eva Mae Ford, Geneva
Saturday, Dec. 9, in
Farlow, and Emma Rigby;her
-CHARLES--F. SON chapel. mother, Mrs. Carrie Sands; a

this life Dec. 3 brother, Fred sands. Funeral
,who departed Thomas Lewis Bembry of
services will be conducted
1965. 1760 NW 77 St. died Nov. 29. R
ourday, Dec. 9, at 1:00 p.m.in
He is survived by a wife,a son
Father's twist and St. James AME Church.
My way may
.w his mother, Mrs. Maggie Lee ;aL

turn, Mitchell; a brother, Amos.
My heart may throb and ache, Funeral services will be
conducted Mrs. Lola Reaves Battles of K
But in soul r m glade I know .
my Saturday, Dec. 9, at 16120 NW 18th Ave., died re- r
lie maketb no mistakeMy 11:00 a.m. in St. Paul Holi- cently. Her survivors include

ness Church. her husband, Joseph Battles;
cherished plan may go a daughter, Mrs. Jaunita Mc-
Clendon eight grandchildren
Mrs. MelvlnU McNeil of ; ;
ALFORD My hope may fade away, five sisters, Lillie id. Futch
T016 NW 21 Ave. died recent ;
December 9 1966A But still ru trust my Lord to "
Demised ,
She is survived Flossie Jenkins; Annie B.
ly. by husband
lead a Jitl het 6etwa44d
household is :
light from our doth John;two sons Frankand: Cummings, Beatrice Wise, yoa
For be know the way
IgoneA Nathaniel Alexander two and Jannie Fields; three brothers -I

voice we loved is stilled daughters-in-law Paula; and Jessie Lee,Johnnie and 6tlUvt U God .I
A place is vacant in our home, For by and by the mist will lift Vivian Alexander, Henry Reaves. Arrangements
Which never can be filled. And plain it all He'll make, ; twenty one are Incomplete. "
Though all (the way, tho dark grandchildren one great- oeawe dto ifi tnt
two sisters
think are forgotten tome grandchild; Rutherford Oats of 4025 NW
Some you
He made no one mistake E.t ell a Watkins and Elnora 186th St., died recently. He is MAY WE REASSURE YOU THAT IN YOUR .
York two
Though on earth you art no Robert; Watkins brothers-in-law and Willie survived by his father, Joe HOUR OF BEREAVEMENT CALL

..,, more Sadly missed by; York; one brother, Arthur Oats; a step-mother, Amanda "Where service begins and never en/*"
But in memory you are with as Agnes Sands, mother Oats; a brother, Phelma; two
before. Iris Moore, daughter Thomas; an aunt, Lula Jones; cousins Barkera Three locations
As you always were Burk. Funeral services will Tyndale and to serve you:
Rodney and Charlene, Vera Mae Hills. Final rites
be conducted on Monday Dec. Miami Op
<-locko Ptrrint
Alford grandchildren will be conducted in Ft.White
and Mrs.'Negro ,
Mr. 11, aU:00 p.m.InSt.Luke
Marie Beckfort, sister Fla.
and Family Baptist Church.

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Ralph M. Wimbish, 45, She is completing requirements Besides his wife, Dr. Wim- 111 m 111 i 1
well-known ,st. Petersburg for a degree in law from bish is survived by a daughter,
doctor and champion of Negro 1 Florida A & M University.The Mrs Barbara Griff in and husband -
rights, died in Miami early body was, flown back by Erich of Cambridge,
Saturday of an apparent heart 1 McRay Funeral Home,and last Mass.; two sons,Ralph Jr.and
attack. rites were given Wednesday Terry; his mother, Mrs.
The doctor and his wife had 4 p.m., at the First Baptist Ernest M Dreher, and a bro- Got Hot Food PRICES ALL WEEK LONG
flown here Friday with plus to attend the Orange Blossom .
Classic football game here Sa- TENDERIZED
turday night Potent :' '
l : :\ ; ': l
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In their quarters at the Four "

Ambassadors Hotel, he awoke ,,,., .,.,J ",,,I,..Jitry.rnPlCNl33.,-r. ...... '"._", ,....;" ,,'
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about 2:30a.m. and complained But --- --
hiPolls TENDER
of chest pains Mrs. Wim- Ignored
bish immediately called an
ambulance which took them to' LB. 19C
Mercy Hospital.
When arrived at the ,,,
they ,' f : .,
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hospital at 3 am,Dr.Wimbishwas ': '
pronounced dead.A BY Collie J, Nicholson '
CHICKEN NECKS "" .k:t t. .., 89C
GRA MBLING.-Grambling College was completely Ignored
native of Cordele he : AG
Ga., ,
by the wire service weekly polls this fall,but don't be surpris- Yr.w. : ""
.._... _.
moved to St. Petersburg with _d if the Tigers have the last lugubrious laugh.
his family as a child.He grad- NO. 1SWEET
uated with honors from Florida While Coach Eddie Robinson and his talented Giants were be-
A & M University in 1946 ing snubbed,by Associated Press and United Press Interna- YAMS 2 29$
after his education' was inter- tional pollsters, pro scouts were beating dally paths to the LBS.

rupted by two years in the US .North Louisiana campus to watch likely leaders in the pro .. ., ,.,.'
Army.He rookie class of 1968.It ,; ,)./:,I.' .' 2Q :' ,. .1
might even be said that Grambling ranks as a consensus '
received his degree in choice of the pros. Tic! WHOrE .

medicine in 1950 from Me- T wen t'I- seven American and National Football League FI' : I', .,, t1 $
..:; .
,. .'
harry Medical College, Nash- scouts watched Tiger defeat Texas Southern in Mid-Octo- "P. i..1
ville, Tenn., where he was one ber. They converge on campus en masse throughout the football FIRST CUTCHUCK
of four top students. season.

Many insist that at least nine rambles stalwarts wlllautomatlcally ROAST 39
Apart from serving as qualify as early choices in toe pro draft. LB. (
president of the St.Petersburg This is the biggest material bonanza at Grambling. since
branch of the NAACP for yearshe 1961.

was active in sports and Football buggs are still intrigued by the fact that 15 playerson :
civic agencies He was the the '61 club--generally regarded as the best team developed SKiMMED "fIti ;
first Negro to be petitioned by Robinson eventually played on AFL and NFL teams. MILK '

both groups to run for a seat Twelve are still active. Twenty Grambling graduates are ".. ', .. lIEc 1-,
on the st, petersburgh City ;,..V",\lt :,/J I
Coach Robinson avows that his current crew, irrestible on -"" "
Council He declined. offense, impregnable on defense, ranks in player quality with
any team In the country.
Mrs. Wimbish was defeatedthe
following year, 1960, in a Appropriately, the Tigers compiled an impressive 8-1 rec- BAKERITE or
ord in winning their third straight Southwestern Athletic Con-
race for a post onthepinellasCounty
ference championship, and there is no apparent explanationwhy
School Board. YOUR CHOICE
they were overlooked in weekly small-college polls unless
they are considered a kind of superman species., ,i JEWELSHORTENING SALES LIMIT C

New Ordinanc -Jie,awesome Tigers arekso ponderous that they don't havej WITH ORDER 49
a tackle weighing less than 225 pounds or more, and the starting '
on Bingo line average 240 pounds per man.
Flanker Keith Moore, 180 pounds is the smallest Grambling

PassedMiami player, while tackle Gerald Fields,the biggest,tips the scalesat ..

300 pounds LONGRAIN '. :,1iJ'I""' ,, t':' -', "" ',io.; ,, ,l' ,
To give added indication of the team's enormous bulk, seven :' ::-"
City Commissioner tackles boast a combined weight of 1,907 pounds, an averageof 5 LB. CELLO "" "s \,. ; ,
Maurice Ferre Monday pro 271,7 pounds per man. RICE 39'LIMIT *
posed tough legislation to con- Talent scouts are drooling over All-America candidates 2 WITH $5.00 D ,
trol operators of bingo gamesin Henry Davis, a tremendous 240-pound "blue chip" guardwho
the City of Miami. holds the offensive line together and big Richard Lee, a rugged LYKES
265 pound tackle whose exploits are so impressive they sound
The city attorney's office| exaggerated. BOILED HAM 33C
drafted the legislation and 1 Both are rated among the finest prospects to grace a foot- 5 0 Z. PKG.
Fer presented it at Mon-; ball field.
day's commission meeting and 1 Emlen Tunnel, New York Giant defensive backfield coach, DIRRS TAYSTEE
got immediate adoption. watched Davis intently in spring drills and pointedly called
him "the best lineman produced at Grambling since lo SMOKED SAUSAGE LB' 790
"The present state law is a Buchanan." aoX
bad law--it has too many loop- Tackle Earnest Sterling,250 pounds;guard Clarence Powell,
holds. I voted against it as a i 225 pounds; guard Harold Jones,240 poundsjthe little brother, NICE SIZE FLA.ORANGES.
member of the Legislature because of all-pro "Deacon" Jones of the LosAngeles Rams; halftacl
of the lack of safe- Essex Johnson, 185 pounds;Robert Atkins 215 pounds and Wesley 2 49
guards," Ferre explained. Bean,215 pounds,have made significant contributions while DOZ *
gaining wide Individual recognition.

His city ordinance provides, Atkins, a brilliant pass catcher and free safety and, and Bean SUNAID "...;t ,, ;.:
field kicker punter,
other for who doubles as a quarterback, goal ':
among ; .
without signs of diminishing : : tl '
investigationson can perform at different positions .
Background APPLE orWT: ; ,I ,
all persons operating bingo results. .
games anywhere in the city. Two more Grambling names keep cropping up in pro football -
conversations. They are James Harris, a quarterback
Annual licenses to be Issued equipped with a magnetic passing arm and a diagnostic brain, JELLY" 7'39
,following the background and flanker Charlie Joiner, 18 5 pounds,rated by many the best GRAPE
checks, with licenses required college players In the country at chasing an expertly flung football 2LB.JAR
before a game can operate ,
Harris, a rangy 6-4 210-pound junior, has completed 83 of 60 COUNT .
178 passes for 1,249 yards and 15 touchdowns.By .
Coach Robinson's own assessment, he Is a pro star of


joiner, an ultra dangerous receiver, has good hands, great
RIGHTS DAY PLAYThe speed and moves, and only needs an inch of daylight to maneuver -
with the ball.. He has lugged 32 receptions for 436 yards.
public is invited to a Grambllng does everything with assembly-line precision.The WEINER'S 49CSt.
dramatic presentation en- potent Tigers have racked up 3,335 yards In total offense FULL POUND
titled "Where Are You Go-
", In nine games, averaging 370.5 yards per outing, while mustering -
ing? Given by Kalimat play- enough sophistication on defense to hold the opposition
ers, a new theatre group, la
to 90.1 yards in rushing offense.
commemoration of HumanRights Intensely loyal fans proudly point out that the SWAC Is the
day, at the North'DadeUniversalist toughest small-college conference In the country, and persist|I
FellowshipAudl- could make most teams Inthe AP and UPI top
that Tigers |
torium, 16800 NW 22nd Ave., 10 salivate, I FRfPPY'S, SUPIRifll
Opa-locka, Saturday, Decem-
ber 9, 8:00 p.m. There willbe The evidence appeared overwhelming, but Eastern yiew-
an art exhibit and coffee reception switching the Orange Blossom Classic in Miami last week, 6427 Nt 18thr Avenue
after performance gtachanceto make their own evaluation as the game was 6914132

sponsored by the NorthDadeBaha'I televised In New York City, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Wash-'|
Community Ington, D. C., and Atlanta.

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18 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday December 8, 1967

CHRIST EPISCOPAL t-,cO.ttlOr- "" "'= ,S'of'

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Theo. R.GibsonrectorAntoinette HOcr": h ,
R1 Silva, reporter .(. t II ) I '
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On Sunday, we had Installation I
of the officers of the Epic:
copal churchmen. The newo

\I/f" 'president, Vernon Philip
vice president, Willla

Cooper, secretary and Will

B. Evans, Sr., treasurer.
Sunday was also Advent Sui v
day. There was Corpor

Communion for all boys ai .
men. It was really Impress

to see the men in their apronas k i>
they sponsored the fellow

ship hour. They will be sponsors
during the month of December .


nu 3n 1I1urrI Un dag also The sponsor Episcopal a Church"Night mer!

of Games" every Friday and

Saturday, forom 7:301000
MISS TEENAGEMT. GRACE PRESBYTERIAN ST. MARY'S W. M. p.m., in the all purpose room.

ZION NAMED Last Tuesday EYC had as
the Rev. W. F. Savoy pastorIn its guest, Fr. Kauffman Rector
"Visions Venus, was Rev, H. V. Stuart minister ,-
theme for the Third Annual addition to our Sunday of St. Matthews Episcopal 1 4. .
10 the Junior ------
r'Miss Teenage Mt. Zion coro- School for all ages, at 9:30 Sunday, and director of the EYC Miami
Choir I will sing during the 0 Patterson general secretary, accepts a Life
Bishop J. ,
nation held recently at Mount a.m., we have our Sunday Deanery. Fr. Kauffman
morning services and Choir Award from the NAACP on behalf of the Interna-
Zion Baptist Church. afternoon Bible class, at 4:30 brought interesting and informative -
Our youth are rehearsing No. Two will sing at night. Information about the tional Body of the Churches of God In Christ. The presentation -

r '"'''Ill ti7asr Tuesday and Thursday after- There will also be infant bap- work of the youth in the church was made by Edward Muse(right, representing the NAACP

noons, at 5:00 p.n. for Christ- tism. and the purpose of the EYC. national office, during the 60th Annual Convocation' of the
mas program. Mrs. Gloria The pastor masking Get well wishes are extended Churches of God in Christ. The presentation was one of the
Davis is.having rehersals on presidents of each auxiliary to to Mrs. Essie Thompson.I> highlights of the ten day convocation held at the Mason Mem
please be present at the meet-
Wednesday, afternoons with orial Temple in Memphis.
ing of the Ways and Means,on NEW BETHEL
Ads the children's choir of grades

4, 5, and 6. Our senior high Sunday church. ,This at 4pM.meeting: ,iAt is very the! OBSERVES CHURCHANNIVERSARY FREE WILL M.B. BAPTIST WOMEN'S

fellowship meets on Friday,
tl at 7:30 p.m., and youth choir Rev. Adam Rutherford,pastor
Rehearsals Saturdays, at 2 were happy to see so Dear Christian Friends:
many of our members back in In the name of the Prince of
.. Mrs. Inez Ferguson, reporterThe
p.m.Saturdays from 4-6 there Is church after being absent be- Peace I greet you and wish to
cause of Illness. advise that the Wo-
time for recreation you Baptist
a youth pastor wish to take this
Let us continue to and will
pray men's Council meet on
We are happy to have these activities opportunity to thank the mem-
visit all our sick and shut-ins. Friday, Dec. 8, promptly at 8
and invite adults to bers and friends, who helpedin
The Sunday School will have at the home of Mrs.
share with 'Interest and help- making the fourth annualwomen's
an all-day sale and raffle at
fulness.In Callie Mae Foster, 1301 NW
day a grand and en-
the church, Saturday, Dec. 9 55th Terrace.
addition to our Sunday Mrs. Cleola Mc-
joyable one.
PATRICIA AARON starting at noon. The public is This will be our final meet-
...Miss Mt. Zion morning worship, we have Cartney, chairman and Mrs.
Teenage invited to this affair. To all r ing this year and we must make
evening devotions on Sunday, Mae Bullard, co-chairman,
teachers and members of the
Barbara Wooten, the mis- at 700: p.m. and Tuesday, at have been very successful in plans for our Foreign Mission .
Sunday School, please have all banquet. There will also be
tress of
ceremonies, openedthe 8:00 p.m.MT.CARMEL. reaching their goal. Mrs. Mc-
coronation by having the your stubs at the church no Cartney a loyal and devoted discussions as to other plans .

audience!! sing America afterrwtiich later than 3:00 p.m.,Saturday, superintendent of the SundayS for the Master's work. Bringa

Barbara Williams gave BAPTIST Dec. 9, for the raffle.SALTERSCHAFEL. c h 0 0 1 was also crowned new member with you, and
the invocation.The others wo are of the house-
queen of Freewill Baptist
processional followed :; Church .for, the year 1967. 'hold 1' of faith are Invited. ". ....,e. I

with Mr. Linton Berrien, Min- Rev. D.A. Bradley,pastor DANIEL ALESSI Whispers of prayers are always Marie M. White ,
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ister of Music,providing mus- Louise McGriff,reporter Rev. H. M.Salmon, pastor given for the sick and -
ic for the The chairman The Rev. Daniel Alessi, NEW PROVIDENCE
occasion. Other par- cochairman Betty Morant, reporterWe needy. Please come and wor-
ticipants Included Charles captains, and coworkers would like to take time clergyman, educator and ship with us, the doors are always Rev. C. J. Burney,pastor "
Fortson singing "The Soundof of women's day, wish to to welcome our pastor back evangelist and former pastor, open. Arsula Edwards, reporterThe
Music," a poem by Lovetta, thank each and everyone who We would like him to know that will be the guest speaker Sun- No. One Choir, is sponsoring -
Clark and Instrumental helped in the day, Dec. 10, in observanceof of
selections putting program we are glad to have him back. a program appreciation -
by John Reid and Kir- over. All you are to meet at the our C h u r c h Anniversary.Rev. fortheirpianist and organist -

wood Forbes., Sister Sallie Carline gave a church, at 5:00: p.m. Friday, A less i has preached MT. SINAI BAPTIST Thursday, Dec. 14, at
Artherine White, the outgoing : ,,great message which was en- for a meeting of importance.We evangelistic campaigns in both 8:00 p.m. Various choirs of
Joyed by all.The the sick the United States and abroad. Rev. Cleo Albury, pastor this city will this
queen, was presented as evening message are praying for appear on
she ended her reign for 1967. was brought by Sister and shut-ins, to have speedy His most extensive preachinghas Patricia Austin, reporterTheMissionary program. The public is in-

The finalist were Patricia Bertha Smith, wife of Rev. recover. Let us not forget our been intheBaharaals- Society vited.
Jackson second runner up, W. K. Smith, another peat boys In the armed forces. lands. He holds a BA Degree would like to thank everyonefor Prayer meeting, Tuesday,
Gale Willingham, third runner message and wonderful time. in Theology from SouthEastern their cooperation in help- at 7:30 asking all members,
up, and Jennifer Douglas We thank the different APPEALS TEA SUNDAYThe Bible College and is now ing to make the month of November visitors, and friends attend..

fourth runner up. choirs that sang. Mt.Zion Baptist Church persuing a masters degree in both successful andinspirational. Consecration hour of prayer -

As Miss Teenage Mt. Zion Our Men's Day will come Building Fund Task Force counseling at Barry College.The .The amount of will be held, Sunday mornIng -
1967-68 promenaded, she was off the fourth Sunday, in May, Committee is presenting an Rev. Williams, pastor $526.00 Sister L. E. Thomas, at 5:0.
serenaded by Larry Hall singing all deacons of the church will Appeals Tea words and extends a cordial welcome to president. Let us not forget our BTU
"There She Is." Miss be a captain. music, Sunday, December 10, all to hear Evangelist Dan Baptist Training Union begins each Sunday, at 5:00.Continuein

Teenage Mt. Zion also repre- Remember the sick and 4:00 p.m., at the church. Thee Alessi. at 5:30 p.m. A wonderful prayer for our sick, shut-
sented the youth in the Orange shut-ins and those who administrative board will program has been prepared ins, and those who have lost
Blossom Parade. So it is, the lost love ones, and the boys in make the appeal and the choir FIRST BAPTIST for you by the youth depart- ''love ones and friends. Visitors '

goddess of Venus shall reign. Vietnam. directors will provide the Rev. W. M. Davis,pastor ment.Everyone is invited to are always welcome.
t. ,music l i. Mr; Linton Berrien, Donella Turner
... ., reporterThe
and worship with us each Sun
TEMPLE BAPTIST; minister of music, will be at No. Two Choir,the pas- GREATER NEWMACEDONIA
ST. JAMES AME the cosole. Rev. Graham will tors Aid Club, will accompany day. with the Warm Wel-
All the singing groups are offer a prayer of blessing for Zion Baptist Church in Hialeah Rev. Roscoe Jackson,pastor

Rev. F. E. Sneed, pastor working hard in preparationfor the committee members. Re- December 10, at 3:00 come.Please visit our sick and Willie Beard, reporter
the Christmas services. freshments will be served. Our Sunday School-Baptist
Joseph R. Marshall, reporter p.m.Sunday shut-ins. It is part of your dutyas
Parents are urged to cooper- The public is invited. December 10, the Training Union Joint Christ-
. a Christian. Just a word of
. The pastor would like to ate by sending their childrento Lillie Muse Doles, chair- Jr. Usher Board is sponsor- cheer will bring them happiness mas exercises will be held on

thank you for your support and rehearsal on time,Remember man, Deacons Willie Dixon, ing a program for the Boy GOD Bless all. Christmas Eve, Sunday, December -.
cooperation in the past. May the teachers are helpingyou A. A. Haughton, John R.John- Scouts at the church, at 3:00 May you 24, at 300 p.m. We

you continue to work and serve by helping your children. son, Andrew Moore and Rev. are asking the parents to
your church. The Temple family extends Ralph Ross, consultants. Rev. the sick members, may please send your children out
The Hospitality Club will sympathy to Mrs.Lillian Wat- Edward T. Graham, pastor. you soon recover and returnto ST. PAUL AME to Sunday School,not send but

meet at the home of Mrs. kins and Mrs. Clotilda Hep- worship service. bring them and help them learn
Rev. T. C. Kelley pastor
Merlon Daniels at 1936 NW burn and family, whose bro- Mary Amos reporterThe their parts.

71st St., 8:00 p.m. Thursday, ther and uncle died recently Rev. P. Freeman, pastor JORDAN GROVE officers and, membersare Remember the sick and
in Nassau shut-ins In
Bahamas. your and
Dec. 7.The prayers
Sis. E. Jackson, reporterWe grateful to the Lord and
pastor would like to will have baptism ser- Rev. A. J. King, acting pastor the Bishop for returning our pray for bereaved families

meet the chairmen's of the CHURCH OF GOD vice, Sunday, at 7:30: a.m., at Eddie Gilbert, reporter beloved pastor and his wife for NAT'L
Calendar Club, Friday, at 8 Sunday, December 10,the the church. There will be a singing con- another year, we are going to COUNCIL OF
p.m., Dec. 8. Church of God in Unity No. 3, The pastor is urging all test between our Male,Choir work hard to make this another NEGRO WOMEN
Mrs. Ester Scott, chairmanand 2060 NW 75th St.,will l sponsor r members to attend their weekly and Choir No. One of Brown'sCla successful year. Members and interested

December-ites are havinga Women's and Men's Day. The meeting And don't forgot \ el, Friday, at 800p.m, The Willing Workers will persons are requested to attend -
night of games and fun at her morning speakers will l be Mis prayer meeting Tuesdy The' public is ,invited to come hold their regular meeting the monthly meeting,Sat

home, at 1501 NW 70th St.,Saturday sionary Williams andEldeiThorton night. out and witness this contest. Sunday, Dec 10, at 4 p.m.in m day,Dec 9,k 4 p.m., at New
Dec. 9, at 8:00 p.m. We are still praying for our Brother H. Dixon president.. the annex. All members are Covenent PresbyterianChurch
*' Brother Joe Harris is ill.He At 3 p.m. the speakers will sick ones. Visitors are cordially welcome asked to please be present, 12th Ave., at43rdSt.,
can be visited at Jackson Memorial be Mother Oliver and Elder In your Christmas plans to attend our services business of importance. NW. The agenda will cover the

Hospital. Let us pray for Holloway. Dinner will be served please include Jesus for wen each Sunday. Remember our sick and year's program and the coun-
the sick, and mankind every- mother Laster, sponsor, eve r know who will be our Let us continue in prayerfor shutins for there are rainy in cil's project for 196768.
where. Elder W, M. Green, pastor. Santa Clause. the sick and needy ones. numbers. Dorothy W. Graham, president -

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NASSAU of the African, BAHAMAS A group forty-five members Ehvthera. Pictured front row, center (sixth from left)I ,: .; __ _
Methodist ------------
Episcopal Association are are Rev. F.. A. Allen, Administrative Assistant Fort -
pictured; : at Nassau International Club awards: Members of the
Airport Lauderdale Exchange Club of North Dade
en route to ; Rev and Mrs Cousin Greater
Eleuthera, where they planned to hold their annual,con- Miami; and Bishop and'Mrs. Hatcher Church, presented their Boy and Girl of the Month Awards at their lun-
vention. the of the Eleventh cheon meeting this past Tuesday to Alison
Representing state of Florida, they were to Episcopal District of Miami. Clark(right) and
be the guests of Rev. T. W. Culmer in Palmetto Point, photograph by Frederic Maura- Bahamas News Bureau Dade Alfred Junior Richardson.High School Both are above average students at North

Allison is the daughter of Rev and Mrs.Elisha S. Clarke of
CENTRAL BAPTIST FRIENDSHIP BAPTISTRev. 1984 NW 153rd St. Alfred is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred

Rev. E. J. Clark, pastor J.E.Jenkins,pastor THANK YOU BRUNCH BIRTHDAY PARTY Richardson Sr., of 16401 NW 18th Ct.

Ruby L. Carr, reporterWe Miss Clarke Is an honor student and her favorite subject is
Central observed Its ninth are 1 o o k 1 n g forward( The Baha'is of Miami will Mrs. Corean V. Roberts mathematics. (How about that, fellows!) She Is a school mem-
Men's Day on last Sunday,with our, ground breaking which sponsor a Thank You Brunchin celebrated her birthday on November ber of the Hospitality Club,para Club,Speaker's Council, Hon-
great success. Our morning comes off January 7th,'at 3 00 honor of the James E.Scott 25, with a partyat her or Society and Church functions. Alfred sings well, plays the
speaker was the Father Theodore p.m. The pastor is asking;all Community Association youth home, 250 NW 41st St. Guests piano and guitar, is a member of the Red Cross, Honor Society
Gibson, and the evening members to be present.We who have performed services gathered around a beautiful and Youth Group of Opa-locka.

speaker, Rev. Harold Brown, are grateful to God for covering the various activitiesheld decorated table and presented The Exchange Club is happy to host these awards and pre-
the Father Gibson gave us the sending, us such a wonderful during the past year beautiful gifts, cards and sent them to outstanding young people to honor them for their

when and wheres. pastor he has been so sighted iThis money to the proud honoree. achievements In a day and age when we are looking to our youth
event will be held 11.:
Our chairman Deacon. Those present and enjoyingthe for the leadership these two
young people display.
along with our officers in a.m. to 2 p.m.,at the JESA
George Smith was our en- party were Mrs.L.A.Cat,
looking out for our building of headquarters. 4901 N W. 7th
for the Mr. and Mrs. James
gineer morning. Dea- Cunningham -
the new Friendship. We are Ave., Saturday, Dec. 9. Mrs.
con Clarence Johnson was co- also] Mr. and Mrs. Robert VFW LADIES AUXILIARY SEEKS
grateful to our many Doris Loverin, member of the MEMBERS
chair. Thanks to who Fu llwood, Mr. and Mrs.
everyone friends, and members who are Baha'l Assembly of Miami, VFW Ladies Auxiliary No. veterans and their families.
helped in any Alexander,Mrs.AdaC.
way. helping( make this possible. will be in charge of the pro- Lee (daughter), Hattie L. 5693, Opa-locka, are having We also want goldstar mothers
Baptism will be heldSunday gram. Smith, a 'sister from Tampa a membership drive,want mo- any one wanting additional

STJOHN AME Mrs. Mahalia Dandee, three; thers, wives,daughters,grandmothers formation may contact, E.
PERFORMING ARTS SOCIETY and sisters of men Brown, 681-1890; M. Oats,
nieces and other friends.
Rev. W. A. Curry, pastor who have served overseas. 621-6049, after 5:00 p.m., G.
Catherine Willis,reporter PRESENTS CONCERTThe Our aim is to help all needy Covington, we need ladies.SAMPSON'S .

On Saturday afternoon the members of the Performing an invitational affair which is
b, Sunday School and the Junior Art s' Society the sponsored by the school eacb J1
Church will meet to prepare Paul La Pierre School of' year. It is a variety program,
for 1
Christmas practice. Musical Arts are presentingtheir however, one of the most out- MARKET
We are asking all parents to Fall Concert in the standing features will be the

send their children out at 5:30 Lou I s- Phll1ppe Room of the c h 0 ra 1 presentation of the

p.m.All Sunday school teach- Fontainebleau Hotel, Sunday, music of"Brigadoon"byLer- 1466 NW 62 ST
ers are asked to be on time
Dec. 10, at 500; p.m. This is ner, Lowe. .
for teacher meeting on Friday

at 8:00 p.m., on Tuesday night free ?
class meeting. Delivery 696-57H;
On our sick 1Jst re Mr.and

Mrs. Marshall Williamson,

Brother' Gus Donaldson, Sis CHARLESROGERS 2 ,,,. BRISKET STEW BEEFFla.
ter McGhee and Sister Edna
Faison. Let's pray tor them ; 1 Gr. A

and visit them.DRAKE : 2 us. PORK: CHOPS 3 DOl. EGGS

I % AT PL 1-7502. S

Rev. J. W. Dunn, pastor PIANO, ORGAN'SCOTT LB.
will present Mrs. Burney and

the Dec.Starlight 17, at 7:30 Singers p.m., We Sunday are I 2"..BEEF LIVER 5t ; & RICE

asking all members to attend.

This club is working to help 3PKGS.DIRR'S! FRANKS 1
pay for the cushion seats in LB. OLEO

our edifice. Brother William a

gram.Tripp is in charge of this pro- 3m. NECK ''BONES

Many thanks to the parentswho
sent their boys out on last WINGS

Friday. The boy scouts and

cubs were for 100 the percent parade.in attendance 4 Pills Con$BJ4. BISCUITS 2 King Slit of DREA

Sister Dorothy Brown is

still ill. Let us pray for her. 5 LB. BAG WHITE POTATOES


Rec. A. L. Shipp, pastor

Evelyn Prayer Souter meeting, reporter and Bible ALL 15 ITEMS $9.98

Study each Thursday, night,at
7:30 p.m.The public is invited.

The Church's,Anniversary JULIE TTE
will convene January 14th, : ," ,
| at 3:00 p.m.Children. WE SELL HAPPINESS
who Interested : AM ELECTRIC j" -
In participating in the Christmas AMERICAS'lARGEST DISPLAY
attend At the cr..*r..rfi .f Nrth-f.vtH I xpr.itw.r 88
CORNER N.W.54th ST. fc N.W.3rd AVE. 5
Remember the sick, shut- .
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Barbara to Capt. James to Walt Johnson,Saturday,December
C Lockhart Jr., son of Mrs. 30, at Mt. Zion Bap-
49 Alice Lockhart and the late tist Church.

Monogram James Lockhart Sr., of MiamiA
Annette Is employed as a
I December 24th wedding is
REVELL HOME RACEWAY planned.She probation officer with the Dade
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tttSc* WOW! is a graduate of Lucy C. Relations Court. ,
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CONTROL her bachelor of arts degree Walt is an employee of the
from paine College. She did Metro Dade Transit
Mr. and Mrs.Thomas Oscar the Episcopal Church of the In. graduate work at Atlanta Uni- County
LIONEL "Steam Type" 027 ELEC. TRAIN SET Johnson of 16125 NW22ndCt., carnation.Mr. versity and is a member of Authority.
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 8, 1967

Allapattah Atlendalce Reaching ,ii1I t .SvY: l J 1"j' V. ikV v i* I ,: :",\.!:' .. '. "

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Toward The Top "' ; ,.; \ : ""
I ''.''''I t.,
Our Allapattah Junior High tenths of behind
a percent the Rubinstein, Principalsaysthe ,.
School has come out well toward first school. way In when the administration AI<
to the top in the current The campaign which has faculty t and student {JEH"\

effort to keep the students ,.been going on since the begin body are working together is
in school. In the latest bulletin ning of the school year to get gratifying, and he has no doubt
issued by the Dade County boys and girls to school every that the school will reach its

School Board, Allapattah was day on time is gaining more goal to be on top.
third oo the list of Junior High and more momentum. The objective "f
Schools with a percentage of of'the student body is

attendance! above the ninety- to be first on'the list the next CHARLES DREW JUNIOR HIGHA
five percent mark and only two time it is issued. Mr. Martin
first will be scored by the
Music Dept. of Charles R.

Drew Jr. High, Tuesday, Dec.
''rfr 19, at 8:00 p.m. For the first
time, the Music Laboratory
classes of the school will be Spy Yt

presented in concert. N t

4 The Music Lab class,an innovation t
at a highly innovative

school, provides an inter
j Jf esting and effective mode of b
instruction for the beginner.The .

; ,rw highlight of the presentation -
of the laboratory classes
will be an instrumental per-
formance of theHalleluJah j Mrs. Dana Chapman, Savings Officer attire Roosevelt Office of First Federal of |

Chorus from the Messiah by Miami, welcomes Drew Elementary School teacher, McKeeva Smith and his fourth

Handel. graders.
Included in the concert will The 'children were on a field trip to visit the financial institution and learn

be performances by choral something first hand about the savings and loan business. Each child received a
groups the band and orches -
tra. The pricesofadmissionis a tomato can bank in which to save his money.
$1.00 for adults and 50$ for The children also enjoyed seeing the paintings and ceramic work on display at

students. the Roosevelt Office. Several of the visiting students themselves had made some of

the pieces of art and were proud to share their achievements with their; classmates.


Parentsl) PTA Chairman, written by Samuel Thomas, for the second time in the Brenda Hart, Geneva Lyons,
Mrs. J. Tynes expects you to Section 910."Education. "midget "classification (under Bernice Lyons, Delores
show up next Thursday even means to me the 62 3/4 inches) having also Thompson, Gloria Williams,

ing, Dec. 14, at l:30 when your future. It determines what kind beat Allapattah 26-6, Nov. 10. Audrey Royale, Betty Mar
-.e pping high' in the -Orange "P Blossom' ;;'h Classic child's report card will be, of man you will be. Also,what Watch this column for the shall, Vanessa Anderson, and

were Je one and Jeanett Burch, twin daughters of given to you.At that time, Miss kind of a Job you will have If next game against Brownsville Beverly Simmons. ,Thanks to

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burch of 1860 NW 49th St. The 11-? Jones will give a report on the ygu do not finish,there will not sometime this month. Mesdames S. Martin, F.
9th grade testing program. be a decent Job for you. The Dorsey Cheerleaders did a Futch, and J. Tynes for coach
year-old led the 60-piece band of the Poin-
Also, physical examinationswill first thing you are asked is. fine Job and brought out the ing them.
ciana Park Elementary School. House of Photographyphoto. be given to 7th graders, "Did ypu finish school?" school spirit. They are?

this Monday through Wednes If you say, "No," you will

HOLMES ELEMENTARY PTA day. You will have to sign a be told you need at least a High DO YOU NEED HELP?
card if you wish your child to School Education in order to
The Dec. 4, PTA meetingwas and effort in scouting, as the
be innocula-
given a smallpox get a good Job.
highlighted by the investiture members rededicated them
tion. Congratulations Ladine and PROBLEM?
service of Girl Scout selves.
| Troop No. 622. As a part of Mrs. Thena C. Crowder I A field trip for Sunday,Dec. samuell! All true Dorseyites They came 'for many rnI I

the service, the girls,througha Principal, thanked all the 16, sponsored by B'Nai B'rith will pay heed to your words.Mr. son; sick, troubled debts,
Organization will play host to H. Bethel announces nervousness, money problems -
brief summary of the six teachers who assisted and encouraged .
foundation elements in girl parents to assist in 50 Dorseyities and chaperones these names of student coun. and domestictroubles.Some a. ep"+" A
to in a full day of"Fun in the Sun"in cil members, 1967- 68:James have been able to buy
scouting, attempted explainthe any manner possible to keep
Girl Scout program. The these girls Inspired.A a hotel on Miami Beach Seymour, Maria Elisa Bethel, homes, cars, pay off old
speakers were Tanya Sutton, Lad i n e Bendross, Section Linda Spikes, Robert Jackson, bills, get jobs, and even

Densie Allen, Mary Wiggins, beautiful musical selection 9-8 gives her reasons why Shirley Brown, Reginald Polk, pay their children's way
rendered students should come to schoolon Carolyn Ector, Calvin Cash, through college and even
Veronises B o g e s, Patricia was by Mrs. .
Pollard and Hollman's class time: paulette Wallace, Steve go Into business of their
Sunnye Harmon. Roney B. un- Spiritual Advisor and Help
The Girl Scouts ended their der the direction of Mrs. Pauline "I think Dorsey students James, Pamela Rizer,RichardT All own. all er in all walks of life. The
investiture service with the Dunn, Mrs. R. Hollman, should come to school on time e r ry Geneva Lyons, Rod- your problems, your world's best known
lighting of the candles and the and Mrs. Dorothy Sawyer. and go to class and study hard.It erick saunders, Eddie Wilson, heartaches, your couldbe sickness, REV. LENA yet,
of the Scout The well attended is important to learn how to Sadie Duggins, Leory Dobson, yourtroubles very MAE ROSS
repeating Girl meeting was well over with this 6320 NW 4th Avenue, Miami,
show up on time.This is a habit Betty Kelly, Eddis Timmons,
laws. Mrs. Eloise Smith and enjoyed by all. on faith and belief. Fla. Phone: 7545320. Ser-
Mrs. Mildred Clark troop Mrs. B.Calloway president that will help you in life. You Ronald Bolden, Sharon Reed, prayer
Jesus said: If two of you ving you each day, all day
leaders pinned the 54 girls in Mrs. Thena C.Crowder, prin- might as well learn at school. Johnnie Williams,Ray Cynthia shall agree on earth as and special spiritual meet
of their sincere cipal. Student Editorial was Pratt.. Congratulations!
recognition touching anything that they ing each Sunday one hour
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A thank to the
special you shall ask it shall be done 4.5 p.m. at the same ad
of the
:' Opti-Mtss for them the word agree dress. Why not get a hold
-- Service Club, and Interact means blending out faith of yourself and get your
.. Service Club, of Miami Baach and our desirefor specific self and problems all
Senior High and to officers
purposes, It is faith act straighten out. Can you
:.. .;.' Marla Jay and David Shapirofor that will move God to perform look all around you and see
the gift of used clothing for
r. miracles. the many. folks that are
I distribution t o children and better
You can write for your prayer looking with that
parents.. Many were left and and lessons today. Senda new car, new home,and their I
they will be distributed on a self addressed envelope many heart des Ires.S.. Rev.
first-come, first-serve basis. along with B $2.00 Donation Ross and she will help you
-"a a 'S K.r Just check the main office. to: too. Special fixed candles

The mighty Dorsey Midget REV. L, HATTENP. f for good purposes, special
Football team beat Robert E. 0. Box 1176 fixed incense for a special
Lee, Wednesday, Nov. 15, ina Pompano Beach, Florida purpose. A special wait
spectacular game inview of Visit our prayer and blessing tribe plate for a loving

f -over 2,000 spectators.This service. Call Area peaceable home, special I
makes Dorsey a victor Code 305-972-5342-f- instructions to get that

JL pano Beach, Fla. lump sum of money.
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i'Alphas man bom with the gift, Rev. Roosevelt Franklin of Macon, Georgia. It is
through God that I can remove all evil conditions, some questions you"may
wish to know Do you need money? Is my sickness natural? Can my husband
stop drinking? Can my wife stop drinking? Can my loved ones be returned -
. Host Thanksgiving Dinner For lays ? They call me the (Rootman), but I am only a servant of God. Because -
God is the answer to all life's problems. I am the king of all modern
Thanksgiving Day found Al- fraternity in its efforts to The project was spearheaded proCts.Send for my special I selected Bible verses. To be read on special days.
pha phi Alpha Fraternity, bring a little extra happinessinto by jonathanThurston, program Send self-addressed stamped envelope and $2.00 for Bible verses and spiritual
serving turkey dinners to the lives of a few special. chairman, with the spec I message. You will receive- Bible verses by return mail. Send to:
more than eighty young fellows ly selected boys. Dave Bondu, ial assistance of Earl Allen
from the Brownsville area. Miami Times columnist, ar- and other members of the pro
The Brownsville Improvement ranged for local TV coverageof gram committee. FRANKLIN

Association Center was the the event. Food was prepared Willie West, popular Miami 630 MORROW AVENUE, MACON, GEORGIA 31201 -
site of the occasion. and served under the supervision Dolphin safety, speaking lathe
The Brownsville EOPIstaff, of Mrs.C. L.Gleen, retired Thanksgiving dinner guests I Specialize in All Case rforV PHONE: Area Code 912-745-6475

under the leadership of school lunchroom man- about the value of good sportsmanship -
ta their -bill lives,1 .. .. ___
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THE MIAMI TIMES.. Friday. December 8. 1967 23

.IlL- et..JI'.I'\. '.,'........ ,1...? ..........* t Florida to Get Rid of Prison'Ro Jd Ganas I

Y. <' RDALE T.EMPO State Road Board Chairman state to: signs. About 2,700 prisoners v are

LAUDE Michael C/Neil wants to get Get out the highway main- O'Neil said these moves in 20 camps scattered over
rid of Florida's prison road tenance business and let pri- could save the state up to $9 the state. He wants initially to
.;' "'''t BY TONI SMILEY gang and the State Road Department vate contractors handle the million a year while at the phase out the 11 which still
A I is with him in plan work. same time doing a better Job have wooden barracks to bouse

Last weekend was Jam packed with excitement and vivid en- to eventually abolish the road Expand its road sign manu- of rehabilitating prisoners. the prisoners. The State De-

tertainment. On last Saturday night sport fans attendedthe camps. facturing business to competewith "This' is something we've partment of Corrections still
35th Annual Orange Blossom Classic. The FAMU Rattlers It is said that the purposeis private enterprise in sup- been working on for some has to work out this, be said.

were defeated by a score 28-25 by the Grambling Universityof to streamline Florida's plying counties and cities time. Prison labor is very low The Road Board has also

Grambling Louisiana. The marching 164 was in grand style costly highway maintenance throughout Florida.Use in productivity in this area, decided that it wouldbe cheap-

the pre-game and half time show theme was"A patriotic Salute -, program. prisoners who normally and we're not doing very good er for private contractors to
." The band performed the latest dances to the popular Along with phasing; out the would toll on the road crewsto Job of rehabilitating the prisoners handle the maintenance of

tunes of "Up Tight," "Grooving, "Cold Sweat" and "Get On road gangs, O'Neil wants the help I make the highway either," he said. state road, said O'Nell.LINDSLEY .


The Basin Street East Club featured popular recording ar-

tist Mr. Percy Sledge whose recording of "When A Man LovesA

Woman" won him much fame and wide spread recognition.Also LUMBERBUY
Miss Helene Smith of Miami.

The Elks Club of Fort Lauderdale begins to swing on fri-

day, December 8, when MRS. Christine Jenkins sponsors a ( NOW PAY LATER-NO MONEY DOWN-ON OUR BUDGET PLAN I I I.c
dance beginning at 900 and on Saturday night the All Bi Civic

Club will sponsor a dance beginning at 1000 p.m. On Sunday

the awarders will sponsor a Fashion Show beginning at 6:00 '
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p.m. The public cordially invited to attend.

The Northwest Branch Young Mens Christian Association of 11 12-inch Choice Spruce
Broward County will sponsor their Annual United Fund Dinneron Philippine Mahogany 1x2 "Blue Lake" FIR "

Monday, December 18, at7:30pmatthe Walker Elemen- SHELF BOARDSSmooth
tary School located 1001 NW 4th Street, Fort Lauderdale. Smooth surfaced, easy to f PANELING
Donation $3.00. The public is cordially invited to attend. saw & trim. I I. Ji7-FT. PANELS i
All over Broward County, solicitors for the United Fund .
Agencies 1967-68 Campaign can be heard saying, "I'm glad q
you asked! Many people have raised,questions concerning WI /;

the United Fund, and rightfully so. They should be answered. 'r .
These are the most frequent questions asked of UF solicitors: iI
How Much Does The UF Spend On Campaign And Administration 1'1? ; Straight, bright clean stock) Excel-i.
lent for framework, trail! ,
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? Year round expenses total 12% .. much lower than any ) 1E4] atake, arbor, *o many u..t!
other independent campaign. Who pays for these United Fund

luncheons and dinners? The volunteers pay for the meal at the /

door or a civic minded commercial firm absorbs the cost. Why "SHASTA "Feather Lite" Snow White Genuine Fresh Water Grown
doesn't the government take care the people who need help? JR.

They could, but the cost to the taxpayer would be so much Kiln dried. Easy to saw and INSULATION BOARD REED SCREEN FENCE

greater and he would lose local control. Why do some people nail. Double end-trimmad
; IuI !19Ly, An excellent wallboard tJ.. .* background
have to pay at United Fund agencies? Most agencies are on ,a eased edges. Iu, ; axcallant for and rurtio deco for
sliding-fee scale. People pay according to their ability No one 8-FOOT LONG II ditplty work. nativity scenes andother

is turned away for financial reasons.'Why are some people refused 4il-FOOT Christmas deco-

help at UF agencies? This seldom occurs. If you knowof !-IN. THICK ::
a specific instance, write or call the United Fund You will tnP
be answered promptly. Additional questions should be addres : 5f& I'll'

sed c/o United Fund SouthAndrewsAvenue, Fort Lauderdale T

Now let's finish the Job! The United Fund needs to go NEO. we Nell ilL".._
over the top by December 13th in it's drive for $702,000. Won't n ,

you help? 1

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The devaluation of the Eng- charged in the Magistrate

lish pound opened the line of Court on Nov..16 with the mur-

communication between the der of Rita Albury,a neighbor.

United Bahamian Party(UBP) The body of the woman was
and the progressive Liberal discovered in a house about

Party (PLP). Monday, Nov. 9 a.m. the day before. She was
20, with the UBP taking the believed to have been in her
Initiative, leaders of both early twenties. A: LOWA1
New improved toughness
met in ses-
groups emergency in a spray enamel. Ua in
sion and did together what they DOUGLAS FIRPLYWOOD side or out. Ot prole-
felt was best for the colony. Carver p atonal rtiulti.

They raised Bahamian cur- iiii Green Polyethylene
rency from seven shillings to

eight shillings and two pencein Ranches m CAN TARPAULINS ,I

exchange for the American IJ-FT.i-iK. MIT 90, ,;4T., sIN.
dollar. Nothing was hurt. News
The Appeal Court quashed 'By. Walter Bow SHEETS / SPRAY p1 8-01. in, ewy-to-ure tarp green color.waterproof So many covert
the conviction and death >/ -IN. THICK for wood or metal' CAN home, shop and job ue*.
Sgt. Carl Daniels is home on
sentence of Joseph Darling on
furlough after spending two
November 23. Last August a years in the Marine Corps.He 20.n.LONG- I I'' : >,,"w Galvanized,

Supreme Darling of Court the jury murder convicted of his has served overseas, and 5-lnchit between lights15LAMP (Tooinnro \ :,": CHICKEN
have about 18 more months to
14-year cousin,Teresita Mc- WIRE.
serve. His family resides In ; OUTDOOR SET"w
Gregor. Because of legal tech-
West Hollywood.The '
One'incn nisi
nicalities the court threw out
South Browad post No. e Sheriff steel
the and ordered a new When an* lump
8195 will start its end of the e Practically unbreakable teckefte eventually burnt 11.INCH

trial before another Judge. year membership drive this Socket bettem ,It sealed' out the Igrrtedl rett remain We Cut to Your LenfthCklckan +
Saturday night, at the post wire held' .. ur.lyl' ,.
The five delegates who attended and Pat pan.
home on Pembroke Rd. vet- i Climbing Track ior-Bou-Z ..J"tf
the Commonwealth
erans come and join up.There .t 6.49 galnrlllaa Tina, flowan -
Parliamentary Association of ''flJ 25-LIGHT OUTDOOR ,ale. 1Jw for leDeID;.
will t>eplentyofrefreshments. _
the United Kingdom recentlyin commander PRICES COOD TIll
Folia Boyd, h y-
honored at a o
Uganda, were MOIL DEC. 11th
Walter A. Bowe, quartermaster. -
Emerald Beach
luncheon at the
Hotel on Nov. 13. It was an- .
Mr, Lawrence Butler of LINDSLEY LUMBER
nounced that Nassau will be
in West
Nassau Is visiting
host to the conference next
Hollywood. He plans to be hre
year. xor about four days.Mr "L. BUY NOW PAY LATER-NO MONEY DOWN-ON OUR BUDGET PLAN 1

Jerry Taylor,a 23-year-old Butler is a grocer in the
laborer of Culmer Alley, was Bahamas. 401 NE. 117th It Ph.141111HIUEAH
w Open Svndayf I'll 2 f,M. !1451 t[. (Ih Ct.: Ph. 119.1151 ALSO LOCATED IN:
HIALEAH 1195 W. 49th St. Ph. 121.2150
PISCINE: S. Dine Hwy. Ph.211 HIS
N.W. 7th Avi. I tilth St. Ph. Ill.1471N HOMESTEAD: 132 Wathirrtoit Ave. Ph. 241.III! VERO BEACH

W.HOLLYWOOD 101 .. Slate Meid 1 Ph. Ill.1151
4.. NE. "tlI St. Ph. 757 4571 LAKE WORTH TAMPA
S. Dm" C ludlim Read Ph.Ml-lltl OAKLAND PARK' : 1031 Oakland Park Blvd. Ph. 119 till BELLE GLADE
DEPENDABLE. FT lAUOEROALEt 2IOt W. Irowirf llvd Ph. 511-1110 =T. PETERSBURG
THEY ARE COURTEOUS, 1117 NW. 17th Ave Ph. 131 Mil FT.: LAUOERDALE: 211 N W. Ut Ave. Ph. 122-1411 WEST PALM BEACH PINELLAS PARK
PLEASE PATRONIZE THEMI! 2110 S.W. 27th Ave. Ph. 4411412 POMPANO BEACH: 141 S.W. It Avi. Ph. 142 1101 LAKE PARK LARGOr.

24 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 8, 1967


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December $, 1967 25

Spearing ivith....... I Classic Pressbox Read Like Who's Who I

BY LAWRENCE B. COOPERIt burgh Steelers; Jesse L. Younger, the first Grambling- gro to be inducted into pro
q Thomas, CEPO of the National ite to make the pros. Tank football, another Jackie
I" pleasant was night a balmy for and football.rather Football League; C. E. Bolen, spent ten years making history Robinson. Included in the

Considering that It Ft. Pierce Chronicle; the per- for the Rams and eight more press box was also Joe Black,
was December renial "Mr. Classic" Chuck in the front office. And there star pitcher for the"old time"
When our cousins in .
Smith, ex-Fla AiM College, was Buddy Young the Mighty Brooklyn Dodgers.
"BY HARRY. SPEAR the North were shivering udder who now represents RC Cola "
Mouse the
electric blankets ; "Jack Rabbit"E. And of course, there wore
from below Joe Perry, of the San Francisco G. from Illinois, who at a the none de plume locals like

FIRST NEGRO U. OF M. BASKETBALLERIt freezing soulsl! temperatures.Poor Forty Niners; Al Tabor, little over five feet, critics Harry Spear, Stanley Sweeting

took only a few days of preseason basketball practicefor Howard, New York Giants; thought he wouldn't make It in of the TIMES, LeoArmbrlster,
James E. Sorey, Houston league. But read the ,
Willie Allen to he has pro sta- sports writer of the local
prove great potential as a basket-
The occasion was the annual Oiles Fleetwood
ball player at the University of Miami. ; Price of our tistics. The "Little One" wasa sheet; Garth Reeves, heir ap-
has football extravaganza of the own Coca-Cola Co.; Charles master pro, setting all kind parent to the Times andbank-
During scrimmages Allen shown that he has
and speed, coordination Orange Blossom Classic- Brooks, Houston Oilers; Bill of records with his years with er; and oodles of others, both
,Jumping) Head
varsity basketball coach Florida, and particularly a Clark WJLD out of
Birmingham the Bears. In :the press box and hundredsin
Ron Godfrey Is expecting great things from him. Miami fixture. Ala; Will Robinson of And there
was Kenny Wash- the stands, among the YIP'S
Allen a center In
was hlghschool but Coach Godfrey plans to
convert him into forward and the Detroit Lions; FrankMI.IDall ington of ULCA, the first Ne- who attended annual classic.
a he
will spend his freshman year Over 50,000 people ((37,000and
learning his new position. some odd paid) turned out
J to watch the antics of some 50

brawny young bucks variously -
known as athletes, gladi-
ators or Just poor fools who

enjoy the competition of con- ..
If tact sport--hitting and beinghit.


AS we viewed this Trojan
warfare from the press box
on the greens of the Orange
Bowl Stadium our mind won- _

dered back to some of the H
greats of the gridiron and how
they felt when the roar of the
crowd deafened and punctured -
their eardrums.

It must have been a thrill!

f.. Glancing around the press NilA /
dMi S .lr t
box where we had been an invited -
guest we recognizedmany -.
faces out of not-too-
ta's distant past-both of the fourth

estate and many of pro foot-

hand skaking and Inquiries 9 ,
turned up some of the
cream of both media.

Here's how the VIP of the Jiilor ColU| North Falcois

press box ran:

There were: Collie Nicholson .Jack Conaway(assistant trainer), Randy Clark (manager), Rene Rivera (assistant man-
director of public rela- ager) in front row; Bill Alheim (head coach), Richard Doyle, Tom Johnston, Richard Wenz, :>
tions of Grambling College; Jim Kirton (trainer) In second row;John Quealy, John Napier, Ken Akins, Leon Knight, Pierre
Bill Nunn, Jr., of-the Pitts-, Burke (assistant coach) in third row; Bill Gibson,Wayne Conn, Billy Stringer, Everette Bur-
burgh Courier and the Pitts rows, Steve Brady; in back row.

The rookie is 6 feet 6 inches which is tall enough for the
center spot in the high school but lacks a few inches of being Glen Garverick's Cvir from the Ray Randle Kennel; D. Q. GOLD COAST HANDICAP SATURDAY'
enough to handle the Job in college. Williams' Granny's ick; R. K. (Ken) Hutchings' Cleve Com-

Since Godfrey himself is rated one of the greatest forwardsever mel and Wood Jablonowski's Final Effect The third running of the $10,000 added Gold Coast Handi-
at University Miami,he is well qualified to teach Allen Favorites in the original field of 88 starters were Xandra cap is the week's featured attraction Tropical Park. The six
what Is needed for him to handle the spot. and Copier who ran 1-2 in the$25,000 Taunton American Derby furlong event for three-year-olds and older will be run on Sa-
Allen, who weighs 230, played for Richard Montgomery High Just prior to the start of the Flagler Classic series. turday and is the second in the series of four sprints for the
school in Rockville Md. He was all-metropolitan, all state, all Earlier in her career Xandra had won the only previous area's speedsters.The .
East and was selected on one All America team. $100,000 event in greyhound history..the Phoenix Futurity of winners of the respective divisions of the opening day
His 25 points and 21 rebounds per game were strong cre- 1966 -- while Copier captured the Flagler and Mile High der- Hurricane Handicap are expected to be in the cast. These include
dentials there. Good passing and defense backed up the statis- bies and the Flagler track championship last winter with 15 Sir Winzalot, victor in the first division,and his stable-
tics. wins. mate Codorniz, who deadheated with Mfnoma's Bea In the sec-
Other favored entries gaining the finals in the classic were ond division of the Hurricane.

DICKEY TO PLAY IN NORTH-SOUTH GAME Cleve Commel, Granny's Pick and Final Effect.HARRY'S Newcomers to the field Include unbeaten Info from the stableof
Mrs. E. J. Brisbane. The sophomore son of Admiralhas
State quarter- HOT DOGS:
Eldridge Dickey, 8-2,190 pound, Tennessee ,
back, has one of the most impressive records. has thrown A VNET this one is long overdue. toyed with allowance caliber horses and won four straightby
75 touchdown passes and amassed more than 4,000 yards. He SALTEREE. Could make it next time out. wide margins. The Gold Coast Handicap will mark his first
is nick-named "prayer" the scouts are paying quite a bit of JIM GAZER. A real hot one. stakes competition.Keep .
attention to this star. He is an outstanding quarterback, and LOVELY ROAD. Don't let the last one fool you. watching those horses I mentioned in my previous
COY TIP A real hot one.' columns. Many of them have not run yet.
will not let them make flanker out of him. When Dickey signs
apro contract. The fine print will Include aguarantee that he -
plays quarterback. "Thats the way it's got to be." Dickey says I
he is strictly an offensive man, a quarterback. "I have got to Golf Tournament to Headquarter_. at Crossway Airport Inn
prove I can make the pro's, but I want to make sure get a
chance." If this pans out, he will be the first Negro pro Headquarters for the Feb. formation are now being sent ments, he added. or Ernest Hayes, financial
quarterback to_make the grade. 13-17 Miami executive direc- to participants of previous Other Interested personscan secretary, 5601 NW 18th Ave., I
tor of the tournament- committee. NorthSouth Tourna- write directly to the hotel Miami, 33142.


After watching the Dolphins on TV last Sunday, we have to It Is the 157 room, newly-
,admit there is a great deal of improvement, yet there is still decorated Crossway AirportInn ITriT1TiNTiTI-
room for more. We all know the best of teams make mistakesand at 1850 NW42ndAve.andis
this is what hurt. Take whereas,the other team capi- located within one mile of,
talizes by them. The Houston Oilers game wasn't a runnawayas the City of Miami Golf Course
it usually is. The final score showed it, with it only being at Miami Springs,site of tournament -
17-14. In the last four games they have come a long way. We play. A
hope the next three games they play, at home are like the one The motel features TV in ( -
they beat the Buffalo Bills with a last minute touchdown which each room a swimming pool,
brought the crowd of 27,000,standing and shouting their heads cabanas, cocktail lounges, a
off.They were the diehard Dolphin fans. Sunday, Dec. 10, the restaurant, entertainment anda 112000.00 INTERNATIONAL
Dolphins play their toughest game with the San Diego Char- 40-lane bowling alley.Dr. i CHAMPIONSHIP SATURDAY, DEC. 9
grs, a team that Just barely beat them on their home groundsin
Davis said "This is a
24 ,
that game. The Dolphins scored points.
beautiful facility and ideally .
$30,000 JACKPOT AT FLAGLER SATURDAYEddie located for this tournament.The "
dates are right In the mid- i I:
Aldersos Xandra has a chance become the second PFR F
dle of our season and rooms '
biggest money-winner in greyhound racing history Saturday
are at a premium. We were ,
night, when she goes for the$30,000 Jackpot In Flagler's $112- fortunate In securing this
000 International Classic.
With something like $60,000 already In the bank, she could motel as headquarters." LFe
boost her career earnings to$90,000 or so by way of celebrat- Dr. Davis also said reservations -
cg her third birthday, and she's apt to be the favorite when should be made early I ,
the eight finalists parade postward In greyhoud racing's richest and "must be accompanied bya
event. deposit." Reservations request -

Opposing the Tampa star will be the Jordan Kennel's Go forms along with brochures
Norma and Ernie's Recruiter; 0. K. Duke, Jr.'s Abstained; and other pertinent in


26 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, December 8, 1967

I Lack Of Schools And Parks In Allapaftah Criticized

Dade County School Board Allapattah. in building of new units in Allapattah until the authority r had confirmed that a schoc build more housingunits in Al
and the City of Miami were Martin Fine,an attorney and
I and park would be built. lapattah until we can get another
criticized this week for not chairman of the Miami Housing .. ,,' I 'f" ':,. .. '\j\1iM\f, Fine told the authority that school there."
providing schools and parks in Authority, called for a halt MttRALTY1BROKER ? there were 580 youngstersalone He said the city 01 Miami had
in the 250 housing unitsin not agreeed to purchase a 10-
Allapattah. Comstock Ele- acre site on NW 17th Ave and
I FCAWTON1 mentary, 2420 NW 18th Ave., 28th.St. for a park and recre-
with a capacity of 600 students, ation facility.It .
has 1,000 youngsters. An additional was suggested by Fine that
OPEN 7 DAYS 100 students are car- the MHA consider buying
ried by bus to other schools single family homes in Alla
I I REALTY I dally because of overcrowded pattah under a federallysponsored
ALLAPATTAH NEAR EVERYTHINGTwo conditions. home ownership pro-
lovely hometon 13th Avenue, lust below NW "Dr. Joe Hall has written gram.
( BROKER) 36th St. Florida room, garage, jalousie windows, a letter telling us another Haley Sofge, executive director -
: tile roof, wall heat, front porch, a p p l II i a n c e s. school is needed in the Alla of the authority re-
: ALL 635-3177 Large landscaped yard. FHA $12,000, $400 down, pattah area," Fine said, "but ported that in the first months
$74.41 month. Seller pays all closing costs. we have received no assur- of this year, 852 families have
2 BDRM, I BATH FHA, CBS, tile roof, vynl ances that one will be built by been placed in houses-- manyof
firs., $10,000, $300 down, $62.22 month. v PAY LESS THAN RENT OWN YOUR HOME the School Board. them were faced with some

3 BDRM, I'A BATH, FHA CBS, terr. firs, new rf, Heat 2 bedroom CB S large Fla room, tile roof, "We simply can't vote to form of eviction.
cpt, corner, $12,900, $400 down, $80.18 month. City water and also pump and well for your yard,
.stove, refrigerator, air conditioner. Bargain at
3 BDRM 2 BATH FHA., CBS, beauty, terr firs. $9,600, $300 down and $59.65 month FHA.
Fla rm, cpt. $14,500, $450 down, $90.12 mo. [ Buy A House Today
live rent free.$175 mo. INCOME .$20,500$1100 8418 NW 24th Ave. Lovely 2 bedroom CBS, right ((1)) 14265 NW 22nd Place $200 dn. $56 mo.

down. $124.44 mo. next to schools. Tile roof, carport, awning win- ((2)) 1381 NW 96th St. 3 bedroom, t bath,
dows, air conditioner, stove, refrigerator. FHA
HOME & INCOMES HOUSES ALL CBS. Live in month. garage, $21,000 FHA terms.
$13,000, $400 down and $80.82
the other.
one, rent $18,000,1500 down101.99
month. ((3)) 5537 NW 4th Ave. $300 down. $90 mo.

NO QUALIFYING 4 bedroom, 2 bath CBS, front porch, car. ((4)) 5430 NW 15th Ave. $400 down FHA. 2
2 BDRM, I BATH, large Fla rm, llv rm, din area, port, jalousie windows, wall to wall carpeting, bedrooms, 2 baths, Fla rooms
$1200 utility down rm, $95 closed mo. porch. CBS. $10,000.00, 'fenced. New,area, near schools: ,Ihopplng, bus. MOVE RIGHT IN NOQUALIFYING
FHA $13,000, $400 down, $80.82 month.
3034 NW 56th St. $100 down. $20 week. '
SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS 3207 NW 68th St. $100 down. $22 week.

Lovely 3 bedroom CBS, tile roof, jalousie ,win 1371 NW 60th St. 4 bedrooms, $200 down.
dows, terrazzo floors, modern kitchen, lots of 4112 NW 11th Ct. 1 bedroom hnSSO' dn
lest 11's'il Ti". cabinets, large landscaped lot. Near everything.FHA .
$12,500, $400 down and $77.61) month. 10 ACRES LAND NEAR 40 MILE BEND,
$3.00: WEEKApartments ,.. i

OPEN SUNDAY 2 to 5 P. M. v Modern 3 'bedroom; CBS\In new,area near schools, "' : ,'" "''
4301 NW 10th AVENUE $;;;:,shopping, bush Jalousie windows, large lot, for Rent >' d/.r; ,I

$450 DOWN. $81 MO. CBS, 3 bedroom, Fla room, '\>," plloncti., Bargain'at $10,200, $350 down.'$S3J8 14460 NW 22nd Avenue, Opalocka'$16, ;wk'" ,
dining room, appliancesair conditioned, fenced. t raontb.. "Live better for less Don't mils this! I II I 1

,appliances. $450 down. $14,000 FHA.
I $250 DOWN. $12 MO. CBS, 2 bedroom, large satin Modern 3 bedroom CBS at 1481 NW 43rd St.Garage
kitchen, carport. Awnings. $11,500 FHA. open front porch, 'tile roof, large fenced yard. 3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 6354595f
Price ,$14,500, reasonable down payment ana take I
NO QUALIFYING. Gorgeous CBS, 2 bedroom, 2 over FHA payments of' $97 month pays' all. II I
J t bath, awning windows, newlY painted Inside and
out. Only $1,500 down, $11,500 total. :. MOVE RIGHT IN TAKE OVER FH* .,

INCOME PROPERTY. CBS, 2 bedroom and CBS ;Modern 3 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS in new' area. Gray
duplex. 1 bedroom and efficiency apt. All com el roof, tile floors, jalousie/ windows, Near I
pletely furnished. Plus extra duplex lot. All this shopping, schools, buses. $750 down, take over
for only $16,500.WE FHA mg. of $10,750: $80.76 month pays all. I

Modern 3 bedroom CBS in beautiful new area. I
Terrazzo floors, jalousie' windows, awnings,
SHELL stove, air conditioner, wall to wall carpeting. ttlanii* Realtor*
REALTY Bargain at $12,000 with $1,000 down and take I
aver FHA payments of. $82 month pays all. 8000 HW7tKAVE. 693-.28P )
4260 NW 7tk Ave. 758-5551


superb 3 bedroom home for the buyer who Is LITTLE RIVER DRIVE
looking for the but.TII. roof, jalousie windows,
UNIVERSAL REAL ESTATE INC. awnings, air conditioned, beautifully. landscaped 4 bedrooms,2 bath, garage, air cond., Fla room,
grounds, rear patio with bar-b-que, sprinkler sys screened patio, carpeting FHA terms. Best buy
Realtors tern. $3,000 down and take, overtxlstlng/ FHA In area.
mortgage of $13,880, $120 month pays everything: '
2285 NW' 89th Street 2 bedroom CBS, only $10500 WATERFRONT 9421 LITTLE RIVER BLVD.

with $1,500 down. No qualifying. Call to see. FIND SECURITY WITH INCOME PROPERTIESWe 3 bedroom, Fla room, garage, stove and refrigerator. -

4 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS, $450 down, seller, pays clos have a few 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 'unit apartment FHA $500 down. Vets $100.
ing costs, 1 morgaage at $90 monthly. buildings that you can buy with as little as $1,500 9015 NW 12 AVENUE I
down. Live free in
one apartment and collect income
Beautiful 2 bedroom, Fla room, stove, refrigera
the others.No red Move
8901 tape. right In.
NW 10th
Avenue. FHA $450 down. One mortgageat tor, sprinkler, well and Only $14,500
$93.33 These are perfect for retired couples. Come see.] pump. FHA.
monthly. Call for appointment.

1100 NW 91st Street.
Large Fla room, FHA with low 2 bedroom
down payment, about $93 monthly. ,.. ) CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR beauty, carport, painted inside and
,' out. Only $11,000. Vets $100 down.

1456 NW 58th Street, very large CBS, 3 bedrooms, 2 '<" DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY 1351 NW 51
baths, carport, FHA with $600 down. TERRACE
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT!!! 2 bedroom, Fla room, carpeted, Manor Park area.

2380 NW 105th Terrace. 2 bedrooms, 1 bath with cor TO BETTER SERVE YOU, ,WE HAVE OPENEDA FHA terms. Vets $100 down.
port, comer, FHA $400 down, $74 monthly. BRANCH OFFICE IN OPA-LOCKA AT 1600Q
NW 27th AVENUE (In 27th Avenue Shopping Center 3120 NW 12 AVENUE

1163 NW 38th Street, 2 bedrooms, 2 bath with large ). Beautiful 2 bedroom, Fla room, garage, enclosed
porch, FHA $400 down, $80 monthly. front porch, vets $100 down. Don't pass this up.

8818 NW 22nd Place. 3 bedrooms, only $6,900 full 1861 NW 42 STREET
price with $1,000 REALTYBROKER 1 bedroom duplex. Almost
down. $85 mo. pays all. new. Only $11,000
FHA terms. Live rent free.

Universal Real 4932 NW 7th Ave. HOMES FOR AS LITTLE AS $100 DOWN


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2 WANTED bedroom partial furnishedNW High Court Orders

CLASSIFIED ADS section. Mature adult,Joe


15 WORDS OR LESS $1 '50. 50 FOR ADDITIONAL WORD. Alabama to

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FOR SALE FOR SALE 'IIR Wanted experience cosme DesegregateCourt
tologist. Nice location phone
Pretty 3 bedroom, 1 bata CBS, Open house Sunday. 3-6p.m.
tile roof, hardwood floor, 1220 NW 88th St. 3 bedroom 2 bedroom like new doll house. 634-9349. desegregation school systems was affirmed

fenced corner lot FHA. 2 bath, FHA or conventional, Unfurnished. See to appreciate Truck of all Alabama's public Monday by the U. S. Supreme
$700 or more down. $100 needed for Trash Court.
$13,000, $400 down, $80 mo. carpet, built-in and
veterans or displaced range month mortgage. Price$7,500 hauling and loading. Must have The ruling was handed down
persons priced right so Sunday FOR SALE
come by
$100 down. Atlantic and for Information, call 691-1503 chauffeurs license and know March 22 by a three-Judge fed-
pacific and our salesman w ldis.
Realtors 666-0411. the town. Must wont to work. LOTS eral court In Montgomery,and
cuss terms
you. Fenster A Coleman Gas heater for Call 6916073. Build to Suit Alabama's appeal was reject

Realty, Broker, PL 9-8779. trailer. Electric blower ther- Need Money- Court affirmed
Beautiful home, fit for a King ed. The Supreme
mostat type $15.00 Wa iter bus cooks and See Boron the ruling without a
complete. boy
3 bedroom 2 bath ,
screened 8720 NW 14 Ave., 2 bedroom, JE 81340ANNOUNCEMENT
6911503. porters, new luxury hotel hearing, as urged by the Justice
patio, tile roof, 2 car garage, 1 bath, enclosed porch, oak
formica kitchen with needs staff for busy steam Department.
built in floors, stove refrigerator,
stove, oven and dishwasher, air-conditioned, FHA$13,000, 9435 NW 26th Avenue 3 bed house. Apply personel office, Alabama had claimed state
room 2 bath furnish home. Sheraton Four Ambassadors officials do not have the
extras ,
many no closing cost. $400, down (Vets $100), No
FHA $900 down $116 month. closing costs $80.82 monthly. large workshop, 3 lots, 159 x>, 801 S. Bayshore Drive.(Equal authority to control local

Drive by 3245 NW 99th St. ph. Don't let this one get away. 120, $1,000 down. $86 month. Opportunity Employer). school boards in assignmentand

666-0411 for appointment Atlantic Aetna RealthBroker), 811 HW Total $12,500. No qualifying.Dick FOR SALE transfer of pupils and

and Pacific Realtors.No 54th St. Phone: 7575724, open Brooks, Realty,-.Inc. 688- .An elderly lady to take care of Htodblocks teachers.
7 6638. 3 children after school hours machinery, The three-Judge federal

closing cost.Fine home for days. ages 7,8,and 4 years old. 1517 fixtures and quite a few court, in Its blanket order,directed
hats. Price reasonable.
large family. bedroom,extra 1310 NW 88th St., 3 bedroom, 3 BED, EASY TERMS NW 32nd St. 633-2895. please very Gov. Lurleen B. "
Florida 2 bath bunt- CBS LARGE ROOMS call between 8 p.m.and 10 p.m. Wallace and other state officials
large room. Maybe Fla room, kitchen -
GOOD CONDITION ALEXANDER'S to take "affirmative
used as 4th bedroom enclosed air-conditioned, central
See: 737 NW 47th Terr. 338 NW 2nd AVENUE action to disestablish all
1 bath tile heat real home
front porch, CBS, a custom FHA order
OWNER 693-2631 cook for restau state-.enforced or encouraged
roof, hardwood floor, wall to $21,000, or $19,500, convene
wall carpet, fenced. FHA$14- tional, $1,500 down monthly $400 down, no closing cost, 3 rant. 4811 NW 27th Ave. public school segregation and
eliminate the of the
000, $450 down$86 month Vetsor payment to suit your budget.No bedroom, Fla. room fenced effect
Terry's Cleaners repairs and past discrimination."
displaced persons $100 closing costs. It you real' yard, near Arcola Lakes. Va HOWARD 1 !
alterations 4653 32
down. Phone now before it is ly want i the verybest call Aetna cant. NW Ave.

too late. Atlantic and Pacific Realty, 811 NW 54th St.,phone ***** Phone: 634-9257. IVABESPLIMOUIR
Realtors 666-0411. 757-5724. Open 7 days. $600 down, 3 bed, garage, in a

beautiful area. Call immediately '
3 WOULD BELIEVE 4 bedrooms for an appointment.Mike I hope the devaluation of the
Bedrooms 2 Baths CHILD CAREChildcare '
FHA terms 2 bath, CBS. built-in. Scatton, Realtor 751- English pound won't affect the
$18,600 only$900
stove and refrigerator air- American
9784. pound. Imagine, a
down for this beauty, on Little In my home. 758- TOP
conditioned, large attached pound dropping from 16 ouncesto
River Dr. This has lots of 3426.
garage. No qualifying, down- BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY USED CARS maybe, 14 ounces. Like the
tras, plus den, beautiful Fla payment, $1,000.monthly pay- Jewelry store. Same location present English pound i twouldn't
room, and extra breakfast rm, since 1946. Will sacrifice ill
men to suit you. Callrightnowfor carry as much
so many things to see. It's a all the details on this once ness. Lots of repairs. 379- NORTHEAST weight.We .
beauty. Call to see. A. Ben- 6814.8 to 5.
in a lifetime bargain. Aetna have "devaluated" our
Kori Realtor 612 NW6Oth'St.Call HUNTINGTON ARMS : "M Luxury
Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th J 63 OLDS Sedan Full** American coins. In under
2 bedroom unfurnished
anytime 7512243. St., phone 757-5724, open 7 3 bedroom house. $5,250.00, power, FACTORY world language, the value of
bays. $250.00 down. $50.00 month. new secluded section. .11195:1 our coins is fuzz-y because of

3 Bedroom 1514 NW 74th St. City water. Monthly. Reftrencts. 1'64 BUICK Sp.elal'' c.: the copper content.
FHA terms $16,500 only $600 CALL 759.4174 _r. FACT .
2136 NW 98th St., CBS, 2bed- : Dieters may envy England,
AIR, auto trans., power steer.
down. this 3 :
bedroom CBS room, tile roof, oak floors, 3 bedroom, 1 bath, CBS, car- :;Radio ft =11195. for they have been trying con

beauty In Little River Dr.area stove refrigerator, yard fence port, utility room, large lot, I ..heater . <. ,stantly to devaluate..' their

lovely grounds and really ed, toal $10,000, $500 down. excellent location, refinished, pounds. '
64 BUICK Stii
clean. Don't miss this.A.Ben- 1 bedroom lorn. opt. Air :
$99 monthly pays everything. beautiful. $400 down, $91.00 I Had to visit my doctor last

Kori, Realtor- ., Call anytime. No.better buy -for,the money. mon Includes all payments. cond Itlon all electric kitchen trans top. FACTORY, AIR,'automatic}* week. I found I had water on the

7512243. Aetna RealtyBroker( ), 811 NW FHA, one mortgage. Drive by private parking, no _altd power ateerl314fl5 elbow, a close relative of

54th St., phone: 757-5724, open to see, 2350 NW49th St. call children or pett. This Is a. :hater . : "housemaid's" knee." The doc
2 Bedroom, 2 Bath Broker at Martin M. nice deluxe opt. for nice called 'it "bookkeepers' Elbow
7 once.
days. !
65 VALIANT wron.;
aged working couple.
Really a very large home with Berney. 624-6983. caused by leaning(too
huge. rooms, nice large Fla i $95 month yearly security Auto. trans., low
room. $17,000 FHA terms with 2440 NW 59th St. 3 bedroomCBS. Room Si an efficiency. Middle required.. Availableon :mileage trad.-InI ,J117RJ : often) on the desk.Sorry about
Dining room, utility that, doc, but bookkeeper,
man prefer who the 15th. See
$700 down a good home. age only. one managerin
very 60 I Fve got to get a balance some
room, gas heat. Large x !
Call now A.Ben-KoriRealtor, works during day. Reasonablerent. APt. 2 immediately. 65
7512243. 140 lot. FHA terms $12,000 Call 759-3360. 175 NW 38th Street. : Auto. trans. Sharp one :
with $400 down and $74.41 owner I've been eating that apple a

month. Veterans $100 down. : trade :. "S1495 : day that's suppose to keep the
8930 NW 11th Court Arthur Tubin, Realtor, 691- FOR RENT *.. doctor away, but I must have

FHA terms $16,200 and $800 4785, 7906 NW 7th Ave. phone Efficiency apt. near every BusinessMen : missed one day, somehow
down for this lovely 3 bedroom anytime. thing. 739 NW 77th Terr. 66 COMET drpr'FAC.j .: Hmm .. .An apple a day keeps

home that Is so clean and nice TRY AIR, auto trans., pow. the doctor away, and an oniona

with lovely grounds and big 89th Street and 21st Avenue. NW 44th St. and 17th Ave.Un :.ft tr beater steering,,.radio.. ..11795 :. day keeps everyone away.
yard, wonderful homeA.Ben- furnished. 1 bedroom apt. $65 Well with the
3 112
bedroom CBS on giant x ,
Kori, Realtor, call anytime, 230 lot.Dining room, utility per month. Adults only. No Attention!!! '64 VALIANT :'goer door! doctor when he removed

7512243. room workshop, carport. The pets. Please call before 5p.m. .Hardtop. Auto transmission,. water from my elbow. You

ideal Xmas for fami HI 5-3524 or NE 40942. :radls and Ml OK : might say it was a Joint ven
Going out of business. Fix gift your heater . . 11335RR

tures and equipment for sale. $93.33 ly. FHA month.terms:Veterans$450 down$100 and Nice hcuse for small family 10,000 Sq. Ft. FURY III 'Auto.::: :* ture.Some people move ahead in
Square Deal Barber 406
Shop, down. Arthur Tubin Realtor, No children $20 unfurnished. Building near :matio trans., FACTORY AIR, this world by using elbow

NW 17th Street. (Dec.8). 691-4785, 7906 NW 7th Ave. NE 55566. 7th Ave. & 54th St. .power steering, .tlQQE grease, but I've got fluid drive.
radio and heater :

Duplex brings $140 a month. Phone anytime. Nice home $110 $5,000 DownBroker : '64 THUNDERBIRD | THE LEUKEMIA
10 old must sell going
years ,
LITTLE month.Adults only Secur- .
back North. 2784 NW 56th st.Don't Hardtop. BOW $1795. SOCIETY STANDS
Large 2 bedroom CBS in prestige ity deposit $50. 1100 NW 31st :or, FACTORY AIR .

disturb tenantscall, 624- area. Fla.room,enclosed street Call 635-6275 between : '66 MERCURY;:! : READY TO SERVE
8839 or 624-1209. Price Is 12:30 and 2:30 p.m. or after ; Leukemia victims of all
front porch, dining room, 693-2631
$7,500 cash. :4 door Hardtop. Auto.
utility room, tile roof,awn 8:00 p.m. V.I, FACTORY AIR, : ages! The Leukemia Society
ings, wall to wall carpet. We : power steering ; of America, Dade County

3 bedroom, CBS, 2 bath, Fla have key. FHA terms $450 Room In private home.Liberty Chapter .can provide drugs .

room, guest room, spaciousbath. down and $86.91 ,month. Vet- City area. 2125 NW 64th St. NO QUALIFYING i '65 PLYMOUTH : and blood without charge .

You must see to appre erans $100 down. Arthur Tu 758-8128. Belvedere 2,dr. AIR CONO.Sadie can help defray charges of lab

ciate. Enclosed garage. FHA bin, Realtor, 691-4785, 7906 in home lor' 2 $500 Down $85 Month I 0: a $1295 : procedures and transfusing -
Room private 4127
NW 23rd Avenue . .
terms. $20,000. So drive by NW 7th Ave. phone anytime. heater charges! .The LeukemiaSociety's
Use of kit '
working persons. Lovely CBS,VacantMove In ;
8920 NW 8th Avenue, then call patient aid programis
chen and dining room. 633- *** * : custom 'ttv :
Fenster Realty, Broker, 759- FROM $100 DOWN S 65 DODGE Station. Wagon available to all Leukemia
8779. ALL FHA AND VA LISTINGS No Closing Cost v fACT. AIR, auto trans., victims -- without discretionand

344 bedrooms-1 & 2 baths Rooms: nice neighborhood.Near $400down-$98mo.payiall .power steering, power brakes,* no age limitations!

3 bedroom CBS, carport, tile Arthur Tubin, Realtor, 691- bus'; men only. 1101 NW 8720 NWHth Avenue S radle heater A . tUuD For further Information call
and Nice CBS, big corner lot 373-2624 -- all Inquiries held
roof, near transportation 4785, 7906 NW 7th Ave. phone 40th St. ESPANOL
* * :
schools. FHA terms, no closing anytime. S in confidence!

costs. Drive by 3231 NW Furn efficiency. Free lights $500 Down Dec. 29

171st St. Then call Fenster 3 bedrooms,' 2 baths, Florida and water. $13.50. 2010 NW No qualifying orcloslng/ cost

Realty, Broker, 759-8779. room, recently painted, awn 86th St. 1457 NW 50th Street A TURKEY OR HAM

ing windows. $13,300. FHA Lovely CBS Vacant With purchase of EstimatesOver
HOUSEHOLD GOODS terms $350 down, $100 a One bedroom, furnish, air. ** ** **** any Free

Been turned down? No creditor month pays all. Phil Perry conditioned, adult only, 1241 $1,000 Down of the above cars 10 year experience

bad credit? I can get you Realty, Realtor, 377-0587. NW 77th Terr. $25 per week Ho qualifyingor closing cost CARPET CLEANING

bank financing on new furni- and $50 deposit. 1115 NW 38th Street Wall to Wall'a'

ture, appliances, TV,and ste Near Manor Park. 1171 NW
1912 NW 86th Terr. Rear apt. 4 bedrooms. furnished Arnold A. Davit, Prop.
reo. Call 661-2741. 47th St., 2 bedroom, bath, upstairs HOWARDWARES

(Jan. 4) 1 bed, bath downstars. good for bachelor or man and 5SOO, W FUGLE Phone:6355043Day

Cedar closets, newly decorated wife. No children, furnished. ALLAPATTAHREALTY intend or Night

Resident corner lot in Carver garage, CBS, near bus and $18 week, very clean.You pay 666-8514,

Rances. Reasonable.Call 634- school, $11,500 total. Terms lights and gas. 754-6277 between .

2332 or 6915454. arranged Phone 8217293. 10 and 6 p.m.

./I, ..., .


28 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 8, 1967

I,':, Protest 90-l/nif/ Apt. Building For Allaoattah Round About

A Northwest YMCA Direc- 18th Avenues
and 29th and 30th
tor told the Miami Commis- Streets. live there don't think it is a apartment building, said
slum alibis time." Building Director BOB Fere- Talk
sion Monday that Allapattah Is A nearby resident at 2936
not a slum now, but it will become NW 17th Ave., AFL-CIO local "But if that building goes nick. Mayor Steve Clark
if too much housing is 3107 of the Communications up, it will be." added, "We can't prevent a BY JIMMY "SC OP" BETHEL
multiple housing unit from going ,, .. ... _.
built there. Workers of America has -"" -- ; < -
Admitting he doesn't have a plied for a building, permit ap- Zoning in the area permits in there." DEATH OF FRANCIS CARDINAL SPELLMAN. FanclsC.

legal leg to stand on F. M. Mrs. Rose Gold, 1769 NW Spellman, Archbishop of New York died ofa stroke oo Saturday
Houghton objected to plans bya '30th St., said, "All I know is Police Charge Woman in Dec. 2, at 1145; a.m., age 78, at'St. Vincent Hospital. Spell-
labor union to build a three- that we've been reading a lot man, dean of American Cardinals and military vicar of Catholics
story, 90-unit apartment in the newspapers about Alla- In the U.S.armed forces,was spiritual leader of two mil
building between NW 17th and pattah being a slum. We who KillingA lion Catholics In the riches diocese In the world. Sunday morn:
ing, (about 7:00 a.m.) I arrived at the St. Patrick's Cathedral,
womanwhopolicesaidad- NW 52 St., is Rosa Lee John-
5th Ave., and 51st St., NYC, where thousands of people had
mitted killing her boyfriend son, 22, 3220 NW 47th St.
gathered to honor and pay respect to this great religious lead
with a single bullet through the Morrison was shotashe left
er. One of the main attractions was, the three bus loads of
heart after they quarreled was the woman's house Sunday.
..8. Full! dressed Air Force Academy Cadets"(choir)that arrived,
charged with second degree Miss Johnson told police
to sing mass for their late military vicar to Catholics lathe
murder Monday. earlier that she heard a shot
Armed Forces. F. C Spellman'was a great Churchman a
----- ,
Charged In the death of Jim- from an undetermined loca-
SUPER SOUL TOP 40 mie Lee Morrison, 30, 3101 tion and saw Morrison fall. man of love and God.

Homestead Has in TALK 0' TOWN.---Sunday night, Dec. 3, (only a few doors
Negro were live) 437 Hart St., Brooklyn, N. Y., five children,,atone
December 9, 1967 at home, died in fire. The children, John,5,'and Elizabeth,.4.
Commission RunoffFor (
1. Heard from Grapevine Gladys Knight Pips City children of Mrs. Annie Faulk; and Kenneth, 4 months Keith,
2. All your goodies are gone The parliments the first time Homestead man.race, accounting for'329 2;,and Angle 3,,children of Mrs. Louise Faulk., .(Two sisters)
'41 3. It's You I need Temptations has a Negro candidatewho votes, with the top man getting They went out, leaving the children alone to play with matches
4. rm wondering Stevie Wonder has reached the run-offstage 584. Now it will be eight can- Jimmy Ellis unanimous decision over Afg nt1De's.scar
5. I'm in love Wilson Pickett in a city commissionrace. didates running for four seats. Bonavena Saturday evening gone (knocking him down twice)
6. Keep the ball rolling Jay& Techniques With Negroes playing a "to- Florida's Gov. Claude Kirk visiting New York City, leav-
7. When you're gone Brenda & Tabulations Jessie Robinson, who had gether' role Robinson can wina ing in time to beat last wee k's snow storm. Florida's
8. To Sir with love Lulu tried before unsuccessfully, seat on the city commission. motorcycle Barbarians (The Motorcycle Outlaws) Club;,
9. Storybook children BillyVera Judy Clay was able to get enough votesto In nearby Florida City, two the closing of KittyRandall's(West Palm Beach Club)Bar, by
10. I second the emotion The Miracles entitle him to be in runofffor Negroes have qualified for Gov. Kirk's personal flying orders;".The crucifixion of Chris
a seaton the city commis candidates for offices. Moses tine Deese, 18, three weeks ago set off Gov. Kirk's wrath downon
11. You showed me how, to be happy Jackie Wilson sion. Moss, for mayor and Pedro the Outlaws. (Naming both hands to a tree) When will
12. Boogaloo down broadway Johnny Robinson ran sixth in a ten-, Taylor for city commissioner. James Baldwin,bring the new play "The Malcdm X Story,"
13. Don't lose your groove Lavell Hardy -- to Broadway? ? ?The Muhammad Al1's(Cassius Clays) expec-
14. Build my world around you Marvin & Tamie Delriy Elects First Negro to ting a baby. (She's the former Belinder Boyd of Chicago.)
15. Honey chile Martha & Vandellas
16. What about you 0. V. Wright 4
City Couch
17. In and out of love Supremes

18. And get away The Esquires For the first tlma,in its his- property manager, received -
19. I feel an urge coming on Joe Armstrong tory, Delray Beach has a Ne- 1,366 votes that defeated his
20. Everlasting love Robert Knight gro City Councilman. white opponent,George Talbot,
Jr., who was the incumbent.It I II
21. Come see about me Jr. Walker & All stars In an upset victory, 0. F. was a victory that brought a I
22. Baby you got it Brenton Wood Youngblood, a former school celebration In the Negro sec-
23. The right to cry Marian LoveLorraine teacher, who Is now a rental- tloo.CAL'S .
24. I want to be loved Ellison
25. Chains of love (flip) Aretha Franklyn
S 26. Say a little prayer Dvn Warwick RESTAURANTBreakfast
27. Have a little mercy Jeans Wells
28. Lonely man John Thomas Lunch Dinner

... 29. My ancestors Willie Charles Gray Steaks Chops Sea Food Chitterlings --- --
30. Oh how it hurts Barbara Mason good At'Its Best" KIRKLYN SMITH JAMES BROWN

B 31. Love that's real EXTRAS Intruders PHONE: NE 3- 316

32. Goddess of love (flip) Fantastic Four James &, Nealie Youngblood, Props. KIRKLYN SMITH "SCHOOL TEACHER OF THE WEEK."
33. Hit record Mickey Murray I Kirklyn is the daughter of Mrs. Grace Lee Smith of Opa-
6010 NW 22 AVENUEAir
34. Looking for a fox Clarence Carter I locka. Kirklyn loves to listen to James Brown's Rock- nd Roll
35. Do right woman right man Sweet Inspirations Conditioned I music. Hobby> is driving her "67 Sports Coupe Chevy." She
36. My love strictly for you Robert Ward : teaches the fourth grade at Fort Lauderdale Elementary School
37. What can I do Val Martin I. Favorite record sounds are James Brown's! ".Cold Sweat"-
38. Gettin' a groove Carl Edwards and the Esquires, "Get On Up." Single and not eng ge f. .*
39. Thousand miles away Joan Garrett Very pretty..
40. You make me happy The Artistics
PICK HIT JohnBeggUtI' Goulds, 147 W 131 Street, New York leaving for Gainsville, to
Born free -- The Hesitations spend Christmas. Howard Norman sends greetings to Sis
ter and brother-in-law, the Eddy Sherards of 2143 W Piedmont -

Ave., Orlando.(She's the former Eva Normon) Mrs
WINNER Fenie Davis Kelsey returning to Palm Beach'and her daughter
Irene Davis returned to New York from Sumpter, S. C. after
Delores price 1,5,3,6,7,2,10,9,8,12 attending her brother's funeral. .This Is Scoop Bethel say-
16230 NW 17th Ct. ing, "Time and Tide wait for no man. So long for now. C-U-
Opa-locka NX-WK.

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