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 15, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Vol. 45, No. 16 ,

a Poverty Board Head Blames

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Gov. Kirk and Phelps

The local war on poverty tics of the poor." using his veto power.
program is supposed to sharein The president of the embat- Dr. Williams received

the $4.16 billion, twoyearextension tled poverty program also tooka criticism from two Negro
of the war on pov- crack a t the regional direc- members of Tiger Bay attorneys -

erty for the nation, but Governor tor in Atlanta, Ralph Phelps Henry Arrington and .
,Kirk will have the power who has been at odds with Jesse McCrary, who told him 1
to veto appropriation for Richard Weatherley, director that EOPI administration was
Florida's share. of EOPI here. He said Phelpshas top heavy with whites in the

Williams been unduly harsh in reacting tipper echelons.
Dr. H. Franklin ---------
v president of Dade's War on to allegations of immorality
Poverty, has accused Gover- by EOPI employes Arrington also complainedabout Harry Belafoftfe
the lack of Negroattorneys -
4 nor Kirk of trying to destroyit because Phelps "has no legal
in the EOPI legal
for political purposes.Dr. training; be has biblical trainIng. ser-
vice programs and the subor- Opens Here at
Williams made the statement -
dination of more experienced
Tuesday before the Tiger Williams said that the EOPI Negro legal secretaries to
Bay Club that it seems that the $5000 a Night
faces another crisis Dec. 31, white secretaries.The .
wants to force outat
governor when it runs out of money again
1 least two top staff membersof reply from Williamswas
Harry Bellafonte here for
and will be at the mercy of ,
the Economic Opportunity that he agreed that there
Phelps and the governor in the grand opening of the new
Program, Inc., and replace getting new funds.In should be more Negroes at the Hilton Plaza, in The Great
them with more 'cooperative'men. top of EOPI administration, Room at $5,000 a night says
order for EOPI to get but they are hard to find and that his largest disappointment
Said Williams, "I can only more funds, Phelps will have are in great demand by many in his fabulous success
11 guess be desires I political to approve its budget and Governor agencies. The Negroes did not has been in I that area where
power implicit in organiza Kirk must refrain from seem to buy that. there is reluctance on the partof

(:. the white communitytoembrace -
IA the best of the overtureswe

One of the liveliest and loveliest bundles of bounceto as Negroes have made.

appear on the /local scene in a long time is our own $28 Million Housing Project Said Bellafonte, "As the result
Goy Perkins. Gay \is a Philadelphia girl who studied of that rejection of the best

piano, drama and voice at the University of Miami. She efforts, we have been forced

has been heard at many local spots, from the Playboy Into an infinitely more belligerent

Club to the Eden Roc. Her startling good looks is almost For Coconut Grove. ture. and more miUtantpos-

enough to put her over, but the girl has a real distinctive ..
I Continued the super star
r,1ao way with a ballad. After hearing he you'll U plans work out, Coconut 'U' 64-acre section east of, ing. Federal funds; $2.5 mil "r m sorry about that, that it
wonder hasn't
why someone already arranged recording Grove WWI*get such a face- Jackson Memorial Hospitalthat lion. Local share, $1.1 mil had to come to belligerence.
session for her. Gay will appear on the new ABC TV lifting'that it will not know itself -: would be cleared and us.. It takes human lives,shotguns,

program'Treasure Isle' on December 26. when it's all over. A $28 ed for medical purposes, including lion.A 115-acre section of South to see these bestial things go-

million housing project is being staff and nurse hous Miami Negro slums (Lee Ing on."

planned to be located on a, ing. Federal funds $6.1 mil- Park) that would be redeveloped

253 acre tract populated by] lion. Local share, $3.9.A residential use.Federal 42 Ave.) and South Dixie High-
Rock W Roll' World 1,668 Negro(..families.On 10-acre site Downtownfor funds, $5.4 million.Local way. Grand Ave. runs through

: Dec. 18 Metro commis- a branch 'oft(the Miami share, $1.7 million.Money for the center of the project.A .
Dade-Junior College. Federal planning has been received.
1964 study by Miami
sioners will be asked to
approve funds, $6.5 million. Local Outside of the Miami Negro
shows that the area needs
I Mourns Otis ReddingOtis for
an application i a
federal to share, $3 million. This pro- Central District, the Coconut everything. It has poor storm
$675,000 the redevelopment grant of the area plan: ject is faced with a question' Grove project will be the lar- drainage, bad street lighting,

Redding, known inter- led out of the water by police at a cost to reach that amount. ges t single urban renewal pro- inadequate streets, unsafe
nationally as a rhythym and immediately after the crashin This would be the latest A 287-acre area at the south gram In Dade. Most of it (206 buildings, overcrowded side-
blues singer, who was killed a lake. The other singerswho Metro has made application end of Miami Beach.The coun- acres) is in Miami. The 47 walks and utilities, accumu-
,requesting -
Sunday in a plane cram in Wis- were killed in the crash federal for ty is asking $164,000 in plan acres remaining are in near- lated Junk on vacant lots. Y
consin, was due to appear In were: Warner Robbins oi several urban renewal 1 ning money. by Coral Gables.: Metro's urban renewal
the Sam and Dave Show at Miami Georgia and Jimmy King,gui- jects scattered over pro-the Goulds is asking for redevelopment The area is located betweenthe director, Norman Watson,
Stadium Wednesday night. tarist, leader of the Bar Kays, county. of a 161-acre area main business district of said the critical needs of the
the group that played for Red- Applications were mad by in South Dade for Negro hous the Grove, LeJeune Road(SW community will be met.
Metro during the past five Y
The only one to survive the
months for six other projects
fatal crash was Ben Cauley,
seeking $22.8 million for fed
20 of Memphis Tenn.
eral funds. The local cost is
Redding, who was only 26-
estimated at $10.8 million.
year sold, had already be-
t come one of the great rhythymand The $14.6 million slum I
blues singers of international clearance Job in Central Negro .. I,

fame.He was born in district, is the only urban
Macon, Georgia, and made his renewal project in Miami that
home in Memphis, Tenn. has seen any actual building
Cauley, said that on Sunday demolition to date.
night he had heard Ronnie Another $11.9. federal grant
s t Caldwell, organist, and Carl was approved recently for redevelopment
Cunningham, drummer, of another Negro 'F '
r screaming ,for help after the area adjacent to this project wI rv

crash, but he could not reach Just east of the North-South
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u them as he watched them disappear Expressway.The .
OTIS REDDING beneath the choppy icy total cost of these projects I ,
Redding's body was found water of the lake. That was both pending and approved iiiiTii-j ,
Monday by rescuers inside his shortly before Cauley was is estmated at $92.4
twin-engined plane that car- rescued by a police boat. million, with $65.9 com- ITrcr4
ried him, his four singers,his The plane had taken off from ing from Uncle Sam and $26.5 KMUfeU
valet, and the pilot to their Cleveland earlier Sunday millions, in local funds and 4sLa
deaths last Sunday. afternoon after the group had credits. ;
The famed singer's body given a performance there Sa- Most of the projects are in
was found strapped to a seat turday night. Negro slum areas that wouldbe r
with a safety belt, in the rear With the exception of Red redeveloped for residential

of the plane's fuselage. ding, the pilot, and Cauley,all Rev. Edward T. Graham, left, chairman of the Boardof Trustees, Florida
Another body found was that the singers killed were teen- use.Applications for the follow- Memorial College, is shown with Governors (left to right) Winthrop Rockefeller, Ar-

of Matthew, 17, near the agers. ing b a v e been submitted for Kansas; Raymond P. Shafer, Pennsylvania; and Nelson Rockefellre, New York, dis'
wrecked plane in several feet Redding had become famous< approval since in July: playing the college banner.

of water. Rescue workers at on the strength of many albums A 100-acre in Hialeah for The scene is at the Republican ,Governors' conference in Palm Beach this past
press time had not yet found bearing his name. Among his tomes and business that wouldbe
John Chafee
weekend and Rev.Graham met with Governors Spiro T.Agnew, Maryland, ,
the bodies of three of the sing hits were:"Respect,""Satis- redeveloped for residential
John A. Love Colorado and Florida's Claude Kirk to the needsof
with Rhode project
in the
ers were plane faction, and"Tramp, which use and a new civic center.
predominantly Negro colleges throughout the notion so that more assistance couldbe
Redding. was recorded with Carla Federal funds,of$2.2 million.
Two other bodies were pul Thomas. Local costs of$931,000 forthcoming;from the"various states. .

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 15, 1967 3

Roy Wilkins Blasts rfl- .
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Unions For Racial Bias ttt1 !

The delegates of the 14-mil- 1 that on high school and college Y ? t \ }ft4

lion member labor federation, Jobs in 1965, out.of 1,766 iron
the AFL-CIO, meeting in Miami workers employed(union of
Beach this week heard the Iron Workers local)not one

Roy Wilkins, executive direc- was a Negro.
tor of the Natlnal Assoclaton
for the Advancement of Colored -
Declaring that riots had
People,denounce unions for solved nothing,Wilkins charge
discrimination against Ne- ed that some legislators had
groes seeking employment. seized upon the protest dem-
Wilkins told I the union rep
onstrations as a means of promoting jia
resentatives blank that
repressive legislation.
widespread discrimination \\t4 4

,against Negroes is still being
practiced by organized labor. Referring to labor's own _
Said Wilkins, "I lay the rec- problems in relation to Negro
ord in your lap. The errant acceptance by unions, Wilkins
children of the AFL-CIO are -- said that some progress has
your children.They have Ignored conditions in that city showed been made toward wiping out Big Brothers Program Expansion Sought I
that the 1960 census listed inequalities but the rate of
the resolutionsof
fortnrignt On Friday evening Dec. 8 ther would be expected to see
Z,191.Negroes employed Hall progress is far too slow. tunity a boy has to identify witha
your council. labor trades Said Wilkins several of our community the boy on a weekly basis for male adult. It is our sincere
Wilkins told the labor lead "this is exactly one more Negro leaders met with representatives at least a oneyear.Presently hope that in the near future we
ers that new thinking, new employed in these trades Wilkins began his speech in of Big Brothers of Greater Big Brothers of can rectify this situation by
standards and new enforce- than shown in the 1950 cen- saying that the NAACP is not Miami. The purpose was to Greater Miami has 165 Big having more of our men volunteer -
ment will have to discuss this and to matched with 165
procedures *' anti-labor but it is for the Ne- program Brothers to this fine organization.
be brought to bear on the prob- Wilkins further charged that gro. determine how it might be fatherless boys.This Indeed Remember -- the only thinga
lem, because the Negro citizen te International Brotherhoodof more effective in dealing with merely a drop in the bucket in man is contributing is his
and his children "are determined Electrical workers has the needs of our neighborhood terms of the overwhelmingneed. time and interest. There is no
that employment doors excluded Negroes sys- He said that the legislative Big Brothers of Greater Mi- The reasons for this, financial commitment whatsoever -
shall be open to them." branch of the government is however are simple ((1) Big
from working there. ami is a non-profit, nonsectarian ; In fact, the program hasa
doing worse than the executiveand Brothers is relatively a new
list of activities
which and
Citing Cleveland as an ex- The NAACP executive director agency works men
Judicial branches in mak- with fatherless program in Miami dating back boys to do at cost.
ample, Wilkins said that in then turned to Newark, boys betweenthe together no
ing progress in regard to theNegro's of 8 and 14. only 3 1/2 years; (2) Althoughit How about calling Big Bro
August, 1967, a U. S. Department N. J., in his list of cities where ages Everyone -
poblems.He added
of Labor report of labor riots have developed, and said recognizes the need a is a relatively inexpensive thers of Greater Miam now,
_._ that talk this is the time for plain growing boy has to have a man program, it does require fundsto at 374-2828
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Interested and concerned in employ the trained person Shown in the picture seatedare
his welfare In Dade County nel necessary to do the scre- William C. Martin,presi-
Urban Renewal to Interview Said Wilkins, "Even the National alone, however,there are over enings, evaluations, and dent of Big Brothers of Greater -
I Association of Manufac- six-thousand boys in the-14 supervision so essential to the Miami,. Bea A. Moose,
turers is concerned about Ne- age bracket, who are from program's success; and(3)An) Robert stewart, Elisha Hep
Residents in Project 2 gro unemployment.. Business broken homes This Is basically insufficient number of men burn, and Fletcher Paschal.
communities which i have remained the service that Big Bro- come forward to volunteer to Second row standing are Clif-

The relocation staff of will carryletters of Introduction Indifferent: have now thers tries to provide. It assigns help a boy.Especially. ford Matthews, William Wynn,

Metro's Department of Hous- to properly identify themselves awakened. But the legislatorshave one boy to one mature, is the latter point Kelly Wilson, Robert C. Mc-
ing and Urban Development ." The d o o r-to- door been slow, carping, responsible man,who has been true in our community the Kay, president, George Kil-
will begin today to Interviewthe survey will be completed in parimonlous and hostile.. screened and found to be a per- 165 matches, only 8 Negroesare patrick, Skipper Hill, Garth
residents of Project No. 2 about three months. Based on son-who would be a healthy influence involved in the Big Bro- Reeves and Leon Earls. Back
in the Central Miami Urban the findings, a workable program on the growing boy. thers program. row Charles Hadley, c. J.
Renewal Area. for relocation will be The man and boy would be Ramsey, D. W.Wilson,Wil-
planned and referrals to various matched according to geographical Literature regarding the liam Mills, George Pfeiffer,
Our objective this time," local social service agencies SOCIETY STANDS proximity, similar needs of the Negro community executive director, and Henry
says Deputy Director NormanV. made. interests, and compatible per- continuously points up the Daniels and son Photo by
Watson, "is only to gather READY T SERVE sonalityes. ThetBig'Bro overwhelming lack of oppor Frank Johnson.
information about the housing, A n urban renewal office for x M
social and economic needs of this project'bas been openedat Leukemia victims of all
the residents. interviewers 1019 NW 3rd Avenue to answer agesl! The Leukemia Societyof
questions and render assistance America, Dade County FOR THE, FINEST HOUSING ACCOMMODATIONSAT

to the residents. The Chapter. .can provide drugs MODERATE HATESCALLBONDED
office will be open Monday thru and blood without charge. .
FSES PlacesThousands Friday from 8 a.m, to 5 p.m. can help defray charges of lab 'p
Telephone inquiries may be procedures and transfusing -
made by dialing 3775264. charges!..The Leukemia
Project R-16 is the second of Society's patient aid programis
four projects in the General available to all Leukemia
Neighborhood Renewal plan. victims -- without discretionand RENTAL :
Negroes In The area is bounded on the no age limitations!
north by NW 14th Street,on the For further information call '
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east by NW 3rd Avenue,on the 373-2624 -- inquiries held AGENCY ,
JobsThe West by NW 7th Avenue and on in'confidence! :
the south by NW 5th Street. Dec. 29

Florida State Employ- INC1y ..,.
ment Service, during the 1
months of August through No- d

vember, 1967, has placed o 1Ifr ,, THE LARGEST PRIVATE HOUSING RENTAL AND
5,154 Negroes in gainful em-

412 Negroes referred to special IN DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES

training programs and you
have a glimpse of the forward A fleet of cart and collectors give door to door service for .

motion of the Florida Slate tenants convenienceA

Employment Service and business

and towards community! recreation center for teenagers and adults "rent
industry v free,"furnished and air conditioned for your comfort and enjoyment. ..
in Dade o
equal employment O ; rO
County. Harry L, Tyson, Me- o o&o A public relations department to assist you with your problems. '
tropolitan Area of the a
Florida State Manager Employment J/ Tenants concern will stop vandalism reduce the cost of housing.

Service said, "We are con- ,

tinually grateful for the suc- c MAIN OFFICE ,
cess we have had in
gainful employment securing for Ne- 4150 NW 7th Avenue 759.8733

groes and our policy is such Thanks 1 14255 NW 22nd Avenue, Opa-locko MU 8-0617 '
that further successes are as- or your
sured.' 20848 South Dixie Hwy., Cutler Ridge CE 5-3553.

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

EDDIE'S DRUGS 1163 NW 3rd Avenue FR 3-8416

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BEST ROOFING Dec. 23rd through Monday, Dec. 25., 1967, ;,, HON. L. L. BROOKS, President
GEORGE P. HARTH, General Manager
COMPANY 1001 NW 54th Street
CHARLES A. LOCKHART, Public Relations Director '
693-3765 Telephone: 754-3533 z
980 NW 79th Street
,I Small Registered Pharmacist Always on Duty V* If I an to enjoy a better life, others must live better too." L. L..Brooks
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4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 15, 1967 .

flL e To Be EqualBy

Whitney Young, Jr.

Offlcei 6530NW 15th Ave.. Miami, Fla. 33147.PhoneI691.0421 ; Executive Director
By Booker T. Hayes ). ,\/ National Urban League
H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor ..
STANLEY I. SWEETING, Theatrical Editor Crime and MoneyIt Race and The ChurchMen

National I Advertising Representative appears the time will come when we will have to abolish of all faiths are mourning the passing Francis Cardinal
Amalgamated Publishers, Inc. as we know it today. The power and prestige offeredby
money Spellman. He was a man of great personal warmth, and his
310 Madison Avenue, New York, N. Y. 10017
the American dollar has made it the most sort after legal
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association many years as the spiritual leader of Catholics in New York
2400 S.. Michigan Avenue, Chicago, III. 60616 tender the world has ever known. It's buying power has decreased and in the armed forces were truly marked by his concern for
but this has only made the demand greater, and this brotherhood.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES demand is shared equally by the wealthy and the poor. Few of of the last times
ONE 'YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 I will always treasure the memory one I
and it
people ever feel they have amassed enough money, saw him. I had just returned from my visit with Pope Paul VI
Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post seems the more one gets, the more one wants. Money repre- at the Vatican last summer. Cardinal Spellman heard of my
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 sents the avenue toward fulfillment of most of the dreams of
made for condem-
talk with Pope Paul and the appeal I : a strong
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" men. It is the one credential most of our people will acceptas nation of racism.We .

The NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead verification of success. were both scheduled to appear at the dedication cere-
the world from racial and national antagonism when It accordsto Man's quest for a position, which money in mast cases will
monies of a new building. As I mounted the platform, I saw
every man regardless of his creed color his human "
of all evil
and racel .. guarantee has made the saying"money is the root his crossed the
legal rights. Hating no no man the Negro Cardinal Spellman rise from He platform,
l Press strives/ to help every man In the firm belief that all men more applicable now than at any other time.The outlook of the enbraced me, and told me how glad he was that I met with the
are hurt as long as anyone Is held back. majority, which makes money a necessity if wise to consider Pope.
ourselves successful is if not responsiblefor
indirectly, directly "We are with you," he said. And he always was with ,the
Ijlc 31 diiur's otrboolt todays upsurge In crimes for gain. The significance placedon forces who were fighting against segregation. I always found
and the afforded its sight has made it
money, prestige by ,
him a warm supporter of the efforts the Urban League was
must for Americans from the time make their first
a they pur-
making to enlist America's churches in the battle for equal
OUR PRESIDENT SPEAKS chase until death has eliminated its need. They learn at a very
opportunities. In fact, the Catholic Church has been in the fore-
early age the imporatance of having the one ingredient seemingly
front this
President Johnson's address Tuesday night at Miami Beachat able to effect a cure for all ills. fight.
I'm not just talking about the visible signs like Father Grop-
the AFL-CIO Convention was heard and applauded nearly The financial status of a family (the money earned) has a
pi's marches for open housing in Milwaukee or the nuns and
three thousand delegates. He told in no uncertain terms what direct bearing on the psychological development of a child as
who braved racist mobs in and Selma. Thereare
priests Chicago
his administration had accomplished, and its purpose to con- to its purpose and uses. As a result,some children look upon
tinue with the fight in Vietnam until the peace is won. money as the one thing necessary to make life bearable, while other elements less dramatic, but perhaps even more

He certainly fired some wordy cannons at the Republican others view it only as way of obtaining their needs. The rich meaningful.Some .
Party. Said the President: "The Republican Party can only go child can cultivate the same desire for money as the poor in- dioceses, for example, insist that all the businesses
one way--backwards, downhill." He called Republican Con- dividual. The only difference will be the reason each of them they deal with be equal opportunity employers. That means
gressional opposition "the wooden soldiers of the status quo." have decided 11 necessary. The poor child may have the desire that if builder or supplier doesn't hire and train Negro work-
"who stand up to be counted whether the polls are high or to purchase something just once without having to worry ers, he doesn't get church contracts. Most people don't rea-
low" about the price, while the rich child may have been trained to lize how Important this can be, but America's churches rank
Whether the speech is considered political or otherwise, Ye recognize value by the price. Whatever the reason, the desire jst behind the U. S. government In annual purchases of goods
Editor thinks it was a good speech by one of the best presi- can be found equally in both. and services.
dents he has known. The greater percentage of our crimes are committed by So an economic boycott can really hit racist companies
to whom is where it hurts, in their pockets.We can talk all we want about
people the The
personal gain prime objective.
t WAR BETWEEN BLACK AND WHITE? object of their affection In all these cases is money or its changing the hearts of men, but sometimes the way to a busi-

Former Vice-president Richard Nixon last Friday said that equivalent. They are carried out by individuals who have plac- nessman's heart is through his pocketbook.
war is in the making between black and white in the United ed their personal gain above their personal safety or freedom. We've been fortunate in having a religious community In the
States, and it is more important than in Vietnam, and if the They have decided to have their share despite the conse- United States that is, by and large, aware of its moral res-

problem is not solved, it will not matter what happens in Viet- quences, and by whatever means available.Some think intermsof ponsibilities to eliminate racism.Leaders of organized Catho-.
nam. quantity, but most think interms of regularity. This accountsfor Ics, Protestants, and Jews are almost unanimous in this. Why

He asked the whole country to think a new and act. He called the number of minor crimes where the loot rarely justifiesthe thenis racism still such a problem?
,the situation "equally tragic and more complex than the Civil effort. These ventures are prompted by the Individuals im- part of the reason of course,is that many people will follow
War." mediate need.It their spiritual leaders in purely religious matters, but back

If the division continues, he said,"the foundations on whichwe is my opinion we will have to take another look at this off when It comes to changing their set attitudes in other areas.
are trying to build a better future will crumble. root and its effect on our crime situation. It just may happen Another reason is that too many religious leaders just aren't

"There is no cause which Justifies resort to violence or that the time will come when we have to Identify ourselves outspoken enough.But .
lawlessness. The United States has previously eacted to rioting when spending money, as we do when cashing checks. we live in times of crisis.Our urban problems Just won't J
with 'shock and surprise,' Mr.Nixon sai_ other and the churches have'to-be'to th'f6Teff6htlbf1tfewa' i
But now, ne aaaea, we expect the terrible drama to be re- no ,
peated and we train and deploy troops as if girding for war. t i jt fight against it if they wish to be relevant institutions In to-

Ye Editor has always admired the former Vice-president, day's changing world.In .
and read with interest what he had to say, agreeing with mostof ANYTHINGBY addition to preaching brotherhood,churches can use their
what he said. iJThe powerful economic muscle to force Integration in the busi-

However in Ye Editor's opinion, there will be no civil war. GARTH C. REEVES VJ Ut J nesses they deal with. They can seek out and buy from smaller,
He will not believe Negroes will ever start one..We have had struggling Negro businesses. They can enlarge their educa-

riotings and might still have some more, although we trow tion and social welfare programs in the ghetto. They can use

not. However, if such be the case,there is every reason to be- their authority to push for necessary legislation like open
lieve such attempt will be defeated. Everybody knows that.It problems o f where to build a fourth high school in South housing, and can apply pressures on local authorities on behalf -
is a pity there are some who condone rioting. As we have Dade was still hanging in the air Tuesday night after a two- of the ghetto.
said before, there are better methods of accomplishing the hour session held by residents to find the answer. And they can educate their white parishioners in the mora-
goal we seek. The School Board is planning to build the school on a 65- lity and decency they need to overcome prejudice. For the so-
acre tract Just south of Allapattah Drive. This was recommended called "Negro problem" is really a "white problem" in that
by a special committee which studied the matter it is the pr ejudice and irrational hatreds by white people which

A PIONEER RETIRESThe At the public hearing at Cutler Ridge Shopping Center, manyof cause our racial dilemma. '

resignation that Miss Olive Alexander retires as executive the residents said that they feel that the traffic is too heavy America's churches have done a lot, but like the rest of us,

director of the James E. Scott Community Center removes in the neighborhood and would ,present a hazard to children they need to do more.Phil.

from this association one of Miami's outstanding citi- walking or riding to school. Most of them were white.

zens and community workers. After serving for,35 years,she The alternate site owned by the county is at SW 192nd St. Ossofer I
feels that it is tme for her to retire. and 114th Ave. The opposition in this group, most of them Ne-

Ye Editor has known this lady, and in some capacity, has groes, says that the real issue is who is going to be bussed
worked with her during' her administration. Her interest in and where. 1968 is International Human mises now while we are

the association and activitiesin the branch known as the Gold- Mrs. Dorothy Hepburn, a member of the original site selec- Rights Year, sponsored by the here. Though we do not live
en Age Club will not be soon forgotten. In fact as far as we tion committee, said there is a possibility of another com- U. S. National Commission for to see the fulfillment, we can

know, because of her interest, she might continue, to be one ,of promise being reached if you will please find the leaders of UNESCO and U.S. National' organizations Justify our existence by bring
the Golden Agers. the white community so we can meet with them. We thought we The purpose is to ing it nearer today. The timeis
! were meeting with them in the first place." call attention to, and to help now, but where do we start?
join the peoples of this nationin Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt,
NEW KIND OF PRISON "White people are the first ones to complain about bussing meaingful action in promoting whose life was devoted to

but for 40 years they have bussed their children passed Ne- human rights for all.Another human rights, gave us an
Sweden, which has one of the most progressive prison sys- : gro schools to maintain segregation," said Bill Miles."What purpose is to advance the answer: "Where, after all, do
tems in the world is trying out the "family prison." Insteadof 1,
i s wrong with bussing them to maintain Integration?" world-wide cause of human universal human rights begin?
being kept behind bars, selected prisoners live with their If the integrated high school is built at the Allapattah Drive rights. In small places, close tohome,

families in small cottages provided by the government. They site near Mays, in Goulds, white students will be bussed to it. It is time to .and so small that they cannotbe
raise the
hold regular jobs and spend their nonworking time at home stand-
If it is built on the SW 192ndSt. Site, Negroes will be bussed.Dr. seen on maps of the world.
ard for human
although they can leave for to 12 hours each weekend. They rights and fun-
up Grady E. Lanier, Citizen's School Study Group chair- damental Yet, they are the world of the
must check in with prison authorities weekly but sometimesthis everywhere -
man, suggested selection of third site individual
as a comprise. person; the neigh-
it is
can be done by telephone. time, it seems to
Allowing a prisoner to hold an outside Job is not new. Wis- There is a posibility the Negroes and whites could get together me, for mankind to rise aboveits borhood he lives in;the schoolor
vonsin's pioneering Huber law of 1913 authorized it for per- with a new committee and reach a compromise, said prejudices, whether they be college he attends; the factory
sons convicted of misdemeanors;the privilege was extended to Odell Johns. But, he said, "this is the last time Negroes are racial, national, religious or farm or office where he
most felons In 1965. Conjugal visits are even permitted for going to retreat." economic, and to welcome all works. Such are the places

prisoners in at least one state, Mississippi.The Johns was referring to Mays Senior High School which is to with open arms and hearts., where every man, woman and

Swedish project is aduittedly an experiment. Only two become a junior high against the wishes of the Negro community The challenge of this age Is child seeks equal Justice,

carefully screened prisoners, one of them a convicted mur- the recognition of the onenessof equal opportunity, equal dig-
derer, are in "family pr'.sons' so far. The problem is still, who will be bussed and where? mankind. sincerely believe nity, without discrimination
"Unless these have
The experiment will be watched with interest. Its success that this is one of the truths rights
would strengthen the growing awareness that for some con- A man who has committed a mistake and does not correctit which Jesus had in mind when meaning there, they will have

victs imprisonment is neither necessary nor effective.The is committing another mistake.- CONFUCIUS He said 2000 years ago, "I Without little meaning concerted anywhere.citizen action -
Milwaukee JournalOn have yet many things to
I like to see a man proud of the to uphold them close to
place in which he lives. I to you, but ye cannot bear them
Monday the House and Senate approved legislation for like to see a man who lives in it so that his place will be proudof now ." We can, and must home, we shall look in vain for
federal payments totalling $2.7 billion for pay raise for nearly him.-ABRAHAM LINCOLN bear this truth now. progress in the larger world."
' two million postal and other workers to bepaid for in part bya We who are living What can one person accomplish
on earth
$900 million postal rate increase,also included in the mea- "We are inclined to believe those whom we do not know, because today can participate in this ? If one does not attemptto

sure. they have never deceived us. SAMUEL JOHNSON great task of fulfilling His pro- know.do anything, he will never




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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 15, 1967 5

We Covered the RepublicanGovernor's Our Readers / Speak Out News ; ,,h

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Conference in : : r of "" I 1'1"

Beach PalmThe My (1: j By. John A. Diaz I
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idea originated with Harold Dunsky, development fund ; SOME THINGS WE DON'T LIKE ABOUT INTEGRATIONThere

director for Florida Meorial College! -_:I:.! .--" ,..- .....,. .J"1. are some situations that we do not relish in so-called
The idea was simply to attend the Republican Governors' in integration; it is the scarcity of Negroes in public places where

Palm Beach at the Breakers hotel Dec 8and see what hap- Letters to the EditorDear we used to meet.In .
missed the old Hotel in the
pens. New York City, we Theresa
Simply ??? heart of Harlem. It was here that Negroes from different parts

Mr. Reeves: of the country converged for chit-chat.
The development fund's public relations director, Jerry Now the Theresa is being converted into an office building,
We wish to again commend and The Miami Times for
Carver, picked up photographer, Bill Santiago out of the Ard- you as it deteriorated gradually from its glamour to a place where
continued to
cooperation bringing the puMli our num-
more Studios, and the three of us were on our way with a letter your erous and articles. the security of your belongings was not certain.In .
from Miami Times managing editor Garth Reeves, to extendto messages New York now it's difficult to find friends who are also

us all 'courtesies." Orn of the several missions of the Legal Services Program, visiting there. Even Frank's restaurant is losing its popularity -

in addition to providing individual legal services to present as a rendezvous.
There was no difficulty in finding cur way through the various legal educational programs to those in the poverty areas. We In Gotham, the place most likely to see Negro visitors is in

groups which included the aides of the vrious governorsat do this through newspaper colum ,legal panels at our neigh- the vicinity of Times Square, near the Americana Hotel, but

the Brakers, their wives, guests, hosts, the press -- or borhood centers, radio programs, and providing speakers for they are hard to find.
the 25 governors and various other politicos. group meetings of functions, such as neighborhood clubs, In Miami, we have missed the Mary Elizabeth Hotel and the
It was a pleasant, peaceful and festive setting,however, witha church organizations, youth groups, etc. Lord Calvert (now Sir John). 'These were the meeting places
good deal of milling around. when they were in their heyday.
And then it happened! past topics have included such important subjects as State During the Orange Blossom Classic, for instance, Negroeswere
and Federal Welfare and Assistance Progeams,Juvenile Problems scattered''! in some of the Miami.Beach and Miami down-

In the period of one half hour,.had taken photos with Sena- Minimum Housing Rules, etc. We use for the most part, town hotels.As a result, we did not see many of our old
tor Everett Dirksen, Governors Nelson Rockefeller,Winthrop Dade County lawyers as our speakers. friends who came to the Classic.That's the price of "integration. -

Rockefeller, John Chafee, John A.Love,chair man for the con- ."
Another of our purposes is to legally represent qualified
ference, Raymond p.Shafer,Spiro T.Agnew and Florida's own persons or groups with neighborhood-type problems or projests It is not that Negroes prefer to live or frequent the "white

Governor Claude Kirk, Jr. designed to improve the social and economic positionsof sections" of town; it is the accommodations and facilities that
they prefer, and which are lacking to a certain extent i n theNepo
the citizens of the community. Such matters as improving
I also spoke with Lawrence Spvak; producer of the "Meet
sections of
garbage collection and fire department services and housing town.
the press" show which ,
appears every Sunday on TV.
which white have is that
The fantasy some people Negroes
problems might well be handled by our offices.
I found that the and
I was only Negro present was rather
want to mix with them. But this is not supported by Negroes'attitude
We invite
that the citizens to contact our main office at 395 NW
surprised not .
was represeted.Since
in regard to food or even housing. Philadelphia,
First Street, telephone 379-0822, or their nearest neighbor-
instance, despite the freedom of eating in any place in town,
hood EOPI Center to discuss assistance in such matters.
had worked
I with
Winthrop Rockefeller thirty years the most popular restaurant is Trott,Inn, owned and managedby
ago in New York City on the Greater New York Fund, I did Negroes and in which what Negroes call the best food is
have 'a few moments to those with him and Thank you most kindly for your fine cooperation.Very .
recapture days
served. On Sundays you have to get in line to be served, whilein
Nelson'Rockefeller Joined in the concersation and wished me the "white" restaurants Negroes are very few.

good fortune with the movement on behalf of Florida Memorial Howard truly W.yours Dixon, When Lester Maddox in Atlanta closed his restaurant rather
,: Executive Director Economic than serve Negroes he had the wrong conception of Negroes'
? 'j
a Services eating preferences. It wasn't Maddoxs food per 59 that the Ne-
Since mission '.' ,:'i., Opportunity Legal
my to Palm Beach was to project informa- \1
groes wanted; it was the right to be served in any public res-
tion with regard to the relocation of Florida Memorial Col- Program, Inc. taurant.

lege from St. Augustine to Miami I did have this ..
opportunityand The Editor The same principle applies in housing, Negroes really don't
I further had the opportunity to discuss with various of MbmlTimes care to live in so-called white neighborhoods. What they are
the governors' aides the needs that existed in the
predominantly 6530 NW 15th Avenue I after is good housing. Period!
Negro colleges throughout the nation and how the vari- Miami, Florida For the Classic last week, if there were hotels like the
ous governors could be interested in motivating funds to help.I Seville, Holiday Inn, or the Algiers in the Negro section of MI-

Dear Sir: ami It would have been there that you would have been able

found that I had a sympathetic ear and that most of those to find out-of-town Negro visitors.

with whom I talked were vitally Interested in higher educa- Because of improper inferences which may have been drawnas
tion for the Negro so that he could take his place in the'main- the result of subpoenas issued by this office in connection $2 BILLION FOR ANTI-POVERTY PROGRAMThe

streflnyif,#te}nation's! omY"1 >4" ""," ..,, ,. with..the investigation of the Economic Opportunity program, final approval this week of$2 billion a year for two
fairness dictates that I clear the air and rectify the situationas years for the war on poverty program brightens the prospects

I was surprised to learn that all of the governors with whomI it involves T. Willard Fair, Executive Director of the for the poor in this area and throughout the nation.
chatted recalled the racial disturbance in St. Augustine two Greater Miami Urban League. Records produced by subpoenas The Democrats in Washington had claimed that the Repub-
years ago and particularly the pilgrimage made to this city by Issued from this office prove that there is no evidence licans in the House of Representatives were interested in dis-

80 year old Mrs. Malcolm Peabody, mother of the then gover- whatsoever to directly or indirectly link T. Willard Fair to mantling the Office of Economic Opportunity.It .
nor of Massachusetts, who had herself arrested on behalf of any improper or Illegal activity of any nature.To seems now that the administration of the poverty program
the student body in a demonstration of good will and solidarity will be in the hands of city officials. The director of
in the face of KKK activity. the contrary, sworn testimony indicates that T. Willard OEO, Sargent Shriver, has promised that his agency will watch
Fair was not engaged in any Improper or illegal activity of any closely to see that city officials carry out their responsi
klndeither in the Mary Elizabeth Hotel or in any other con- bilities. Does this' mean that EOPI here will be revamped?
Governor Kirk also leant his ear and upon taking photographs
nection insofar as this Investigation is concerned.
he invited two Eastern airlines stewardesses to brigh-
ten up the scene. The governor knows how to blend color and
I am especially concerned that damage has been done to Mr. WHITES
Interest with conversation. However,f did get his word that he Fair's reputation since I have personal knowledge of outstanding The unemployed rate among Negroes has been double that
would be as helpful with Florida Memorial College as he pos- since the Korean war but Federal
service that he rendered as a member of the last Dade among white workers ever A
sibly could. County Grand Jury. figures for September and October show an abrupt wideningof
the gap. Since August white joblessness has gone from 3.5
The most fruitful discussion was with Maryland's governor, Sincerely, per cent to 3.8 per cent;Negro joblessness climbed in the
Spiro T.Agnew,who was coming to Miami Beach to be the hon- (Signed) Richard E. Gerstein same period from 6.9 per cent to 8.8 per cent
ored guest speaker at Florida Memorial's testimonial to for- State Attorney What is worrisome in this connection is the fact that muchof
mer Senator Harry P.cain at the Deauville hotel. this upsurge stems from an increase among Negro teen-

most in all the summer explos-
Dear Sir: agers, the group conspicuous
Governor Agnew has stood up tall on the issue of open housing ions.To
and was very much interested in higher education for the I would like very much to take this opportunity to express my create job opportunities for slum dwellers has been dis- '
Negro.. I was very much impressed, too, with his aides. sincere thanks for having such reporters on your staff as Dave cussed again and again. The white press seems to delight in
Bondu. A few weeks ago I wrote Mr.Bondu asking him for sug- their descriptive paragraphs how Negroes are poor. But we

I can't say that anything dramatic was accomplished as far gestions in raising funds for a contest my child was partici- never see a line on how employers discriminate against Ne-

as my mission was concerned. There just was no time, nor pating in, Mr. Bondu was a great help to me and I think by his groes in their hiring methods.A .
was there an opportunity, to aggressively push for the many writing about it in his column made a great difference in the century of discrimination, plus the special handicaps born
things that are needed. public donating toward the goal we were trying to reach. of the post war mass migration from impoverished farms,
have left many Negroes so barren of education, skills, work

win but in there and habits and motivation that remedial programs require enor-
did not Mr.
My daughter we were trying
However, it was a good opportunity to meet with some"power" investment of interest and ingenuity as well as money
Bondu was a great help to both of us. Again I would like to say
people and the Intent will be to follow up from here. and talent.
thank you for having Mr. Bondu as a reporter on your staff. teaching


Very truly yours, 'J .
(Mrs.) Ruby T. Cruz .. '

Miami Times
Dear Mr. Reeves
6530 NW 15th Avenue :
Miami, Florida 33147 ,. \" We note with appreciation the review of "Eyewitness: The 1
j Negro in American History" by William Loren Katz appear-
Dear Sir : :' ing in your current issue. We have been close in on the deve-

lopment of this volume especially its projections back into the :< rn: ',,'}, 'I
t, I ''f!. '
Enclosed please find the, sum ,of $ early military history of America.We .
to cover the cost of n ___subscription to
propose to make further applications and. your. review' is an Mrs. Joycelyn Burroughs Knowles, the schoolm'm, for her
the Miami Times. early step In this direction. recovery after a four-month courageous confinement at homeas

a result of a leg in jury sustained on the steps of her house.
Mail Paper To. Regards to all., : William Foster, FA & M.Unlvers1ty'sbanddirectorfor the

AddressCity magnificent performance of the marching band at the Orange,
State Zip Cod Sincerely yours, Blossom Classic. In our book, it's the best in the nation.
'(Signed* ) James C. Evans, Counsellor John Gibson, for his laudable efforts to secure higher wages
One Yr. 5.00 ( ) Office of the Assistant Secretary and better working conditions for the Miami Beach City em-

Of Defense ployes, who are members of the organization he heads. John is
I Washington, D. C. an old friend, I found out only last week.

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Osborne Peltier Jetted In from Connecticut Eastern to

attend the funeral of his brother,Alfredo. Osborn 's son Craig BY PRISCILLA REDDING

flew down ahead of his dad to help with the tune |, rrange-

ments. 0" r Within the community of Richmond Heights we have many
Ida Bell Moseley (Jackson's Toddle Inn) and Ruth Jackson swinging soul sisters and brothers. This includes adults as

loss their brother, Eugene Johnson in St. Augustine. well teen-agers, and many of us set our dials to 1490
Lillian Higgs Biggett of Bronx, N. Y. came down for a little

fun in the sun with relatives and friends. She was the house- Ji A WMBM. to
At this time I would like to introduce
guest of her sister, Mrs. Elouise Finder. wellas
the community of Richmond Heights as
Here from New York for the funeral of Mrs. Ruth Damesare
the other readers of my columnMr.
Naomi Newton, daughter, Delores Ferguson Weaver, many .1
Earnie Fields. [
granddaughter and Sgt. Rubin Jones, grandson. r
current Director -
is the Program
Santa has another stocking to fill at the home of the Charles Mr.
(Blovena) Smith's. It's a girl,Kecia Mikele,who made her de- of WMBM Radio Station. He is the f\\ r

but at Baptist Hospital,December 3.Kecia weighed In at 6 Ibs. LeRoi Jones PlayfDutchmen"at youngest of the dis Jockey's on the stations. '
done Job.
inspite of his age he does a well
Mr. and Mrs. Baldwin (Brenda) Johnson Governor's Har-
don't tune in to station WMBM
bour were In the city last week on a business trip. Why you
Merry-Go-Round Playhouse til 6 and
1940 weekdays from 2 p.m. p.m.
Dr. B. L. Perry Jr., director of research and former dean ERNIE
the soul brother in town Ernie
of men and students at FAMU. has beennamed dean of ad- LeRot Jones' "Dutchman"will dig youngest
Controversial/ author play, Fields.

ministration.rts open Jhursday night, December 14, for a three weekrun The Miami K1U1an Cougar's basketball team started off their
been House" at the
"Open James at /Ivan Kivitt s McrryGo-Round Playhouse in Coral season with a 55 to 48 win over the Miami Springs Hawks.
(Carrie) Vickers for the past two weeks.
Gables. The Killlan Cougar's had their first annual banquet. Their
Joshua Bowman, Gloria and Mickey Garvin r The Interesting play is directed by John Ritcheyand speaker of the evening was Mr.Willie West of the Miami Dol-
and Spencer Bolden jetted in from New York features Anthony Sweeting as Clay, and Eveenie

for the Orange Blossom" Classic.Sarah Wingate as Lula. (pictured above in a scene on a New phins.At .this banquet sophomore Jim Stockel was titled sopho-
Vaughan "the divine one just backtrom 0
York train). Sweeting was a star performer with
subway more of the year. Also Rufus Ferguson was awarded a trophy
a European tour spent two weeks with Carrie
the FAMU Playmakers while a student at Florida A&M. from the Dixie National Bank as the outstanding player of the
enjoying the sun and surf as well as takingin The Merry-Go-Round Playhouse is located at 235
a few shows at Miami Beach. and information be had year.
Alcazar and reservations
Former BCC right tackle Nelson Williamswas may House guest of Sgt. and Mrs. James Bailey(Ann) of 15025
by calling 445-833. Jackson Street is Mrs. Eunice Anthony of Dayton, Ohio.
a Yellow Bird drop-In on Joshua and .... .......... ,
. Nettle Dove recently. Once a north FloridaAnnA!:. The Cougar's had their first Sock Hop of the season. Music

coach. Nelse and his lovely wife Florentine JESCA'S Christmas FestivalThe was rendered by the Uniques.

(formerly) of Bethune's Music Departmentare On last Tuesday the Cougar's met the South Dade Rebels in

on the instructional staff of Downington. Day Care Committeeand North Campus, Barton Dines, the Rd el's Gym.

pa., In the surburbs of Philly. While in patrons council Invite you Director, will perform to lend The Richmond Heights Women's Club Is sponsoring it's third

IIi'I the Magic City, Coach Williams basket In to make the Christmas Variety that special variety feature to Annual Christmas Home Decoration Contest, Friday night,De-

the festivities of the Orange Blossom Clas- Festival a must! the program. cember 22. Homes will be Judged for; Originality-this Includes

i..r sic while being Partically overcome at seeIng Miss Cherry Anna Mills, The Care Center of creative use of materials and arrangement, color scheme and
so many old and dear friends. talented soprano will be the Day lighting efforts and the theme depicted.All .
James E.Scott Community
I What makes a Faculty Meeting get better soloist.
guest Association greatly appreci- Richmond residents club
Heights are eligible except
W and better? Maestro Roscoe Speed's way of Appearing also to further
ates the appearance of these members. The winners will be notified.
handling it. Everyone talking about (Singing highlight this program of the
artists.We Members and friends of Second Baptist Church participated
about his
) faculty sing In last week. Christmas Season will be the
look forward to in the Crusade of at the Bethel in
your Prayer Reform Church Ken-
Lillian Evans Tibbs 77 the first to
probably Negro sing young versatile music student,
to make this eventan dall last
grand opera professionally in the United States, died at Wash- James Gooding of the Fie presence Tuesday evening.

ington last week. Arts Conservatory; and the outstanding success. For the month of December the homes in area two will be

THEY'RE MAKING WEDDING PLANS noted drama group from Mi- See you at the Christmas under close surveillance for the Lawn of the Month Contest.

Juanita Leonie, daughter of Oscar and Sybil Johnson and ami Jackson High School.A Variety Festival Benefit Area two starts from Lincoln Blvd. to Buchanan Street. If you

Mr. Joseph Louis Whitted. The wedding will take place De- student quartet of the Wednesday, Dec. 20,James E. live within this area make sure that your lawn is well manicured -

cember 30.Cherry Music Department from MI- Scott Homes Auditorium, 7200 i for who knows you may be a lucky winner.

Anna Mills,daughter of Daniel Boyer and Mr. Wilson ami-Dade Junior college; NW 22nd Ave., 8:00 p.m.
Plan to the
Cherub Choir's Dedication and'Consea'ation
Boggess, Jr. The date for the wedding Is December 28. see -
Here for the funeral of their sister, Blovena Dames are Ceremony on December 24at3OOp.mat Second Baptist

Lenora Higgs and Lucille McCullough of Richmond, Va. and 100% HUMAN FULLY GUARANTEED : Church. These are.our little folk,who need your presence and

Harold Dames of Washington, D.C. HAIR I encouragement. Please comet! That is December 24, Christ-

The Handsom Wallaces Opa-locka. are celebrating 14 mas eve.

years Get of well marital wishes bliss.to Dorothy Edwards Northwestern Assistant '1! WIGS .........., .
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Principal, who is ill at home;Jacqueline Crosby at home; ; ', '

Albert Barry, Bishop Charles Sands at Jackson; Rev. Ernest :

Talmadge who is recuperating at home after a stay in North SOLD j FASHIONSBy I I.f

Shore; Doris Ward at Mt. Sinai; Mose Russell at home. ELVEWHERE I :
Marcia Johnson Jetted In from New York to be at the bed- AT 22 :::: \.f

side of her mother, Doris Ward who Is a patient at Mt. Sinai /' tDP7T.1 : PRICES TO : ':: VIVIAN WHITE/ I II ;" \; lI
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hospital. ) m $89.00 ?;i" .
Christmas Caroling In the air at Jordan Marsh. Patio 7:15 t I I ;:: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::., \
p.m. to 7:45 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Dec. 11, 12, I

13; Monday Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday, Dec. 18, 19, 20, Call or write us today. P. 0. BOX 4513 YOUR MOST BECOMING COLORSNo

23. Join the festive spirit and enjoy the traditional Christmas Send deposit if ordering MIAMI BEACH FLA.

carols presented by leading local school and church groups. by moil. 33141 facet of fashion projects you individuality the essence

TIS THE SEASON TO BE TAKEN ORHAD? ? ? Beware says Beauty shops call (for PHONE: 866-2396 that is you--as will color.The shades on your personal color-

your Better Business Bureau.There are all kinds of gimmicksJust wholesale prices. scope were selected according to three laws of color. By adhering -

waiting for you and yours. Tricks range from Minks to to these, you can determine the value of any hue to your

gravel driveways. Get rich schemes and what have you. Per- H skin eyes and hair.

fume, carpeting, wigs, magazine subscriptions to servicemenin
Vietnam Lincoln Fields 1. To enhance you skin, the color that you wear must con-
; pick-pockets. Don't let it happen! Always check tain the same underlying tones.
with you Better Business Bureau, before you Invest.

Adult Girl Scout Volunteers of ItOra I and II enjoyed a pre- Apartments 2. It is the intensity of color that sparks your hair. Never

holiday party at their regular meeting onMonday.December let the brilliance of a hue exceed that of your tresses.

11, In the Community! Room of First Federal Roosevelt Branch. RESIDENT MANAGER
Gwendolyn- welters was hostess to the rtN 2045 NW 62nd STREET OX 1-8862 3. The color of your eyes,unless they are hazel, Is deepened -

MRS Club on Saturday December 9 at her by a shade that matches them or is slightly darker. When
Enjoy Living in Cool Clean
our Apartments
M wearing a color
Brownsville home.THOUGHTS contrasting be careful that its brilliance does
Offering Many Features-
not outshine that of your Iris.

fullness of time was come, God sent forth d FREE GAS FREE,CITY WATERTile For the sake of brevity only one color type will be detailed
His Son, Gal. 4:4.: -- is it yours?

The glory of Christmas returns each year Bathroom Free Garbage Disposal You are a cool titan(pronounced,ti- tan') if you have: Blue
to remind us that God revealed Himself in .
undertones in your skin. Auburn chestnut golden- henna-
Newly Painted Refrigerator Gas Stove ,
Jesus Christ.
As we commemorate His }
N red hair blue, gray, green, hazel or light brown eyes for a
Machines Venetian Blinds
birth let be
us grateful that He has brought cool Titian.
us forgiveness. MayHis Spirit i guide us Free Parking Laundry Rooms
Your best
GWEN- are: Bowu: Beige,burnt sugar,renbrandt
through the coming year,giving strength for Free Hot Water Free (almost black
Exterminating ), Yellow
: Lemon. Green Moss cucumber pine,
: ,
our tasks for and
peace our days, increasing in us the true Blues
concern for others. In the gift of His Son, all our hopes are : Pastel tints, cornflower, azure, bright navy. Grays
fulfilled.We Every shade. White: Chalk. Black: Unrelieved or with pastel j

welcome to our city the 170 delegates from 42 countrieswho o CARETAKERS ON PREMISES, reds touches., other Reds than: Aprocot those given.It shell. pink (touches only). Avoid: All

are attending the AFL-CIO convention at the Americana
Hotel In Bal Harbour.
may happen that however becoming some of the shades on :
Roy Wilkens, executive director of the NAACP spoke to the
convention Tuesday afternoon.Mrs. EXTRA SPECIALOFFICE your colorscope, these may not appeal to your color taste. !
Does it now deveiop that you have a face-figure conflict, that I
Mattie Simmons reason for her abscence from home the shades
these days Is her ailing father ,who lives In Georgia.It's that complement your face clash withyour figure? ,
3:00 is
: P. M. a dilemma that can be solved without penalty to love- I
a date: A warm invitation to a get acquainted coffee is
extended to those who have not yet made friends or to those SATURDAY DECEM3ER 16th liness.face Why not face and figure it out this way __ to flatter

who are new in the city. The coffee will be held from 10 a.m. FOR RENTING your always choose shades that contain the same under-
lying tones
to noon on Jan. 3, at each of the three YWCA Centers. as your skin,but to flatter your figure, compromisea
The centers degree or two on their brilliance.If you desire a gain in sta-
are: Northwest YWCA, 5100 NW 21st Avenue;
South Dade YWCA, 9350SW 79th Avenue; Downtown YWCA, 119 j RENTING OFFICE OPEN WEEK DAYS ,aim your hues must be on the bright side, or if less size is
your limit
SE Second Street. brilliance.Be subtle'and you will be suc-
0 .Ct Lf...7171e..liai ra s..stutrwa.
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MIAMI TIMES Friday, December 15, 1967 7

Miamian OR Governor's

Quality Education CommitteeA Now !

Palm Beach County
Teacher, who is serving on a
support team for the Gover-
nor's Commission on Quality
Education says she is confi-
dent the commission's report
will be completed by Dec. 15.

BY STANLEY "SWEETS" SWEETING Mrs. Ardis Orr of 1428 Get

LINE-O-TYPE Crossway, Is a primary teacher :..
at Palmview Elementary
THE LITTLE RED BOOK:With the passingof buxom Verdell School. ,
Wright-Martin (Orchid Villa elementary Headstart Aid) Our
Town lost one of its most-popular co-eds of the early '20's. Mrs. Orr,who is one of eight
teachers selected from 272
She was an old Washington Graded and High
School delovely, who during her early youth nominees throughout the stateis
had the male monsters flipping their tops. I working for the commis- Bonus
Along with the late Madge(Pie) Williams' sion's sub-committee on Ele-
Kelly, the late Lilla Ward-Albury, the late mentary and Secondary Edu-
Rosebud Allen cation, which Is studying edu- MRS. ARDB WAKE ORR
Pearl Paige, Geneva Johnson
cation from offer-
Alice calloway, the late Launteena pre-school
She and her husband
ings to adult classes.A ,
Hodge, Jereline Ida Lee, Edith (Baby) Orr, a science teacher at
Roberta Johnson-Thompson, and others of calm, thoughtful, compe- Roosevelt High School,are the
their ilk, Our Village boasted a bevy of beige tent person, Mrs.Orr said she
parents of three children a
beauts that was as popular as this year's finds her assignment time- Gifts
son who is 16, and daughters
Cadillac She was one of the first(if not f 1)) consuming (up to 16 hours a 12 and 9. She admits to being
Miami candidate to attend Morris-Brown University and held day with only a short break for proud of the way her children
the distinction as one of the first (if not #1) to be admitted apatient lunch and dinner) but "most have handled themselves and
in City Hospital on Biscayne Blvd(now Jackson Mem- exciting." their repsonslbilities while
orial) from her
race. She is delighted, she said she is absent.A .
THINGS I NEVER KNEW; That grocer William (Bill) Hep with the other seven membersof
burn, civic, social, fraternal and business leader of yester- her s up po rt team,and be- graduate of Bethune-
year, along with his co-worker Rev. James Culmer of Cul- lieves much of the team's accomplishments Cookman College, Mrs. Orr
mer's Grovery, were the sponsors of the naming of Washington can be attri- has been teaching in Palm pointswith
Heights. leaders have claimed this distrinc- Beach County Schools for
Many Negro buted to the fact that its members -
tion but the City Commission of 1938 (Dr DuBose, Gardner, who come from eight sec- yars.
Lummus, Williams) with Dr Ralph, Ferguson absent, on the tions of the state, and from Ardis is the daughter of Mr.
31st day of August decreed Hepburn(founder-president of eight different backgrounds, and Mrs. Edward Wake of 5175
Colored Town Improvement Association) by unanimous vote work harmoniously. NW 33rd Ave., Miami.
this request.

SALT WATER TAFFY Doreen Williams bedded in Heart
Institute on the Beach with a bum ticker? ? ? Opa-locka's Yu-
letide mascara an eye-arrester. Getting better and better, Clubman Restaurant &
year after year The Oscar(Sybil) Johnson announcingthe
merging of their.ovely and charming Juanita Leonie to Lounge
Joseph Louis Whitted at Incarnation December 30 .. Johnny
Reaves' sister Lula of Bunche Park passed. The James 4811 NW 27 AVE.
(Inez Armster) Wilcoxes baby arrived December 8? Martha -
(Heat Wave) Reeves and the Vandellas at the Diplomat Decem- Hours 6 a.m.to 1 a.m. Daily
ber 22-31. !
NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Coral Gables' Stevens Grocery link Fine Foods, Cold Beer &Wine '
boasts Harold Ferguson its show cobbler. .. Eugene Dun- :\E ;; I E
combe's accidental leg burns decked him to a hospital bed in Uleas Lee & Sam Jinks, ProprietorsDoris ...rt '.
Christian Memorial (recently transferred from Room 22 to45)"rr."That'sA'gneiiJalrettdrark'slTyeardldseniorstu ; Young, Manager L.' FRESCA
) : ,
dent Michael Hezekiah, bassoonist and drum major for North- ;; "r 4F. ..u_.
western strutting school band ...Amos and Betty Ross(she's
the late"Cadillac Sonny"Williams'aunt)flashing a'68 Chrysler '
New Yorker. James Baldwin penning story of MalcolmX. '
Planning Broadway opening. rRESAjQ
STUFF AND SUCH: Heavyweight Ernie Terrell's kid sister

Tammi mending from recent illness...johnny Davis escort- -....
ing sister Jane Davis-Lewis to the OBC g a me. Lillian 2 NIGHTS ONLY '
Taylor and baby son munching on pizza InNorthside Shopping
Plaza's Woolworth five and dime..Tuskegee classmate Ro- Sat & SUN.
berta Johnson-Thompson memos with uS about those glorious
days spent on the South's greatest llegiate campus pearl
Bailey, Nancy Wilson, Leslie Uggams applauding Ray Charlesat DEC. 16 I 17 4.
New York's Copa.

SWEETS TREATS: Dunbar principal Nelson L. Adams and THE ONE AND ONLY
his teachers' staff feted with a B-r-u-n-c-hsettlnglast Mon-
day in school's cafeteria, where manager Eddie Lee Smith and
head custodian Thomas Morris fed the group as a gesture for ROY f
Christmas Violet Gibson ill In Cedars of Lebanon. .
Angela (Candace) Byrd-Gooden(a hometown visitor) and her % "HAMILTON
hubby James(home on Long Island)celebrated their 12th wed-

ding anniversary December 11...The Daniel Boyers' charm- ,
Ing Cinderella Cherry Ann Mills wed Wilson Boggess Jr De- SINGING THE OLD
cember 28 at Greater Bethel AME. A reception follows at the :
Tuxedo Park home of Bishop Mrs.W.F. Ball, 7530 NW 10th FAVORITES YOU ;'

Avenue. LOVE TO HEAR ; : Ti2iB
MIAMI MUSINGS: Among three "support team members"
called in specifically by the Florida Education Association to .
lend practical experience to the deliverations of the Gover-
nor's Commission on Quality Education includes Tan tantalizer -
Ardis Wake-Orr of palm Beach county, aslsterinlaw of
Shed Gilbert of Dade...Widow Millis Henderson-Symonette's
daughter Velma and brother James Henderson in Jackson ELLA
Memorial And Frankie Glover admitted to the same Infirmary -
after auto accident Albertha Duncombe's aunt
Ruth Dames died last Sunday ayem at home Funeral Satur-
day, at 1:00 p.m. from Ebenezer. WASHINGTONri Save the liners and coupons and
get cash or your choice of over rM
CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: Department storesleuth : : 80 different trading stamps ,..
Thelma Gaitor-Freeman ankling back to her Northside Shop IIJL M Another good reason to enjoy IttJ vg, ,
ping Center duties following a coffee break. And school- these quality products from the 1/p ,
mammas Alice Dean-Harrison and Ruby Butterfield-Mlzell n: PLUS THE Coca-Cola Company.Holidays. '
sashaying in fast tempo while exiting from the confines of the .
same plaza. Both Mesdames are OI -Iocka homeowners r
Sultry Diana Ross and the'Suprernes into the Deauville's Cas- WILDMANSTEVE
sanova Room December 22 thru 31 for two shows nightly .
And Mary Wilson of the singing trio reported dating pro I
basketballer Mike Warren. Now that Louis Armstrong is
here, look for Lionel Hampton to follow. .. Best noveltyattired
group in the OBC parade' The Carver high school band SHOW
= and white tuxedos. Best-dressed band:The red, white and
I blue bedecked horn-blowers from stanton High in Jax 4 (
That's it brother, from your one-man-newspaper, who knows ADMISSION $2.50 2 SHOWS NIGHTLYNO
everybody and everybody's racket, but who wonders why that
PE Instructor instructed his pal to sign the separation papers! CHARGE PORTABLES Bottled under.tilt authority of The'Coca.Cola Company byi
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2 Arrested in WhiteCabbie's

Clyde Killl.5 mt lo Anderson presents Death

Philip D. Giberson, 54, of moments later," police re.
BIGHOMECOMING 350 Mornings We Drive,Miami ported.
Springs, was totally shot early Giberson was taken to Hia-
Monday morning,and a man leah Hospital where he died
and a woman nave been arrested at 1:40 a.m.
and charged'with his death, Ada Louise Dames, 22, of
police said.According. 2480 NW 63rd St.,was arrested
to homicide de- Just before dawn that morning
tectives, the white cab driver Thomas Heath,40,her ac-
dropped off a patron at a bar complise, of 6801 NW14Ave.,
The fabulous Double at NW 70th St., and 17th Ave. had surrendered two hours
soon after midnight.He parked earlier and was charged with
his car and went.into the murder.
Dynamite Liberty City Bar with an un- Police said Heath told them
known passenger. Police be- be had given Miss Dames a gun
lieve that he went into the bar Just before the shooting.
because the patron did not have Owner of Phil's Taxicab
SAM AND DAVE REVUE enough money to payoff the Co., Giberson well-known
SAM meter. and highly respected in his
AND.. World Famous No. 1D' There was a conversationwith community. Miami Springs
I Gospel Singers a man and a woman at the police said, "He worked 20
1 n You"SAM BAKER barroom table. Giberson then hours a day. Another police
AVE went out the front door, and offercer said of him,"just an
turning to his left, walked a average guy i.real Ukable.
The Fabulouscmms STAPLE few houses down NW 70th St. His son, Phil Jr.,Is a drama
"1'14 A SOUL MAN""HOLD ON I'M COMING" away from his car in the park- teacher at Miami Springs High
Ing lot behind the bar, School. Among other survivors
"YOU DON'T KNOW LIKE I KNOW" SINGERS "A woman .the woman In are his mother, Mrs.
I'll Gladly Take
the bar--got up and followed Dorothy Giberson and a teen
Sam fc Dave's You Back" "For what it's Worth" him. Giberson was shot a few age sister.

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STUDENT TICKETS $2.00 Ave.; Rudy's Record THEWEEK
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An open letter to "Whom It may concern:" The subject is and, our customers come back!
Sam Moncur and the first section of this letter is to him You

should not have resigned. People talk about everybody else, Miami Times
and those wagging tongues should not push you to resign. I have
been in the poverty program for three years,and t feel that if
it hadn'tbeenforyou,the program would have been lost. Those 1a i -fCI ALL YOUI ttlKTIKG fIns-

,same people that you gave Jobs to; who put their arms around CALL 691-0421
your shoulders and grinned in your face and called you buddy t +
are the same ones who went behind your back and pushed the 1 ,

knife in. I tried a number times to warn you of the petty jeal. I1J t .rI r
ousies that surrounded you, and I may get a \ I,
lot of pressure from some people about this, 1I $
but I have always spoken my mind.The poverty t" 1i OI

program needs,you the people need you II i, t .
and most of all the workers need you. I re-
member when certain movie stars were arrested
for all sorts of crimes,yet in the eyes I,. : ',
of the public they were forgiven and became : '1 erO
the best box office draw. I do not say that : ,
you have to be forgiven for allegations ti a 1 ';"' ) ,
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% fr
against you .?that have not yet been proven .j" .trLrl
and you are no criminal. Your private... ':. ." .. : : I 1:
-_ _..L J.MI'' :' &:oau: ;l. ..'' r ,. ... ':WIf\' ...-..
life is your own to live,and as long as you did the fine job you .
were doing at EOPI,"I feel that you should still be there doing The Pan American World rence, third; and Miss Victoria r
it. Airways Employees Social Hart fourth. k r ,

Now ,. '. if people reading this column have something to Club president Roosevelt Win- The five young ladies rode
say about this,'I would like to ask you to send a post card field, held its annual "Miss the Pan American float at the ..
pro or con '. '. flood the office with your opinion and if they Pan American" contest at the 35th Orange Blossom Classic
are favorable I will take these cards to the man in Tallahassee, home of the president 1730 Parade, which was the First p. _
Sgt. Shriver,Dr.Phelps,or wherever else they might do good. NW 68th St., NOV. 27. Prize Winner of the event and
I think it is high time to show the officials that Sam Moncur is The five charming young trophy for Division ID- business _
a worthy foe of poverty. I think if we feel the same, Sam will ladies who vied jfor the titleof and industry category
make a reverse decision on his resignation and fight this thing Miss American"were Wilhelmina Kimpsonattends
through. Mail your cards to Dave Bondu, c/o The Miami Wilhelmina Kimpso, Dora M. Miami Carol City Senior
Times, 6530 NW 15th Ave On the message side just two words: Smith, Winalfredia Hunt,
High School and is a memberof
"Sam-yes" or "Sam-no." Sign your name and address and Norma Lawrence and Victoria First Baptist Church ofOpalocka.
please just send one card. Duplicates will not be counted be- Hart.
Her hobbies are
cause we do not want to give anyone a chance to say we padded Lovely Wilhelmina Kimpson
to hit
dancing listening records
the mail. Mail them now, so that the results can be printed in was crowned "Miss Pan ,
reading and sewing.
your next week's times. American Queen' 1967-68.
Since Negroes are taking major victories in City and State The new queen reigned with Miss Dora M. Smith is a

elections and our own Mrs.Range overpowered her opponents, dignity and charm befitting a 1966 craduateofMlamlNorth- STYLED IT,
we find that our brothers and sisters are beginning to realizethe queen. She wore a gorgeous western Sr. High School Her
powers of their one vote. Now Negro candidates in small white gown, with white ruffle, hobbies are singing:, typing, aa 1 geUr
towns are taking the step forward seeking representation for and long white gloves.She carried and meeting new interesting
their people as well as being liberal towards the white man. In a bouquet of red and white people.
the recent past, it was unthinkable for a Negro to run for a carnations. Wilhelmina is the Miss Norma Lawrence is a i.
public office, and now we find that in ojur Miami area in Home charming daughter of Mr, and Senior at MIami'Jackson Sen- 'It.' J111I
stead Jessie Robinson is in the runoff for the City Commission -> Mrs. Robert L. Kimpson of ior High School. A member of
; in Florida City, Moses Moss is running for Mayor; For- 2501 NW 159th Street. Greater Miami Urban League
mer EOPI Center Director, Pedro Taylor is vicing for City The new queen was crownedby and attends the Mt. Olivett
Commission in Florida City. Already Delray Beach has its Miss]Dora M. Smith iJ who Baptist Church.Her hobbles

first City Councilman of Color,0.F.Youngblood,and our good was first attendant. Miss are typing, playing the piano -
friend, James Huger is the newly re-elected City Commis- Winalfredia Hunt was second listening to all types of
sioner in Daytona Beach. I am hoping that the citizens will exercise attendant; Miss Norma Law- music.
their rights,and get out and support the candidates of Evening coordinatesby

their choice. As for Pedro Taylor, he is a fine young man and Smart Set non-
we wish him well. must go on.I am certain that the entertainers will have a silent crushable, sheer
prayer for the late Otis Redding. Last reports are that Steve pan
PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Bobby Edwards Alaimo and the Four Sounds will be added Irene Star who velvet. Long skirt, $23
runs an agency for the movie people in Studio City tells me (short skirt also avail

PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Darlene Clay she needs Negro talent"For possible movie parts and TV com- able). Side-button
mercials call Irene at 949-5782 for an appointment.They will jacket, $28. Sizes 8

VIP: Mike Serlick need 8x10 pictures of you and a resume of your past ex- to 18, black only.WR's .
periences. Who knows, you might turnout to be another Brock
MOTHER OF THE WEEK: Marie Brown Peters or Nancy Wilson Want a job on Biscayne Boulevard tr
at 79th Street. Thars gold in them than hills Dr. Ben
Known forbis foresight In giving the people of Miami good entertainment Atkins, one of our popular, civic-minded dentists is making ,
Clyde Killens finally took the step Fvebeen trying inquiries to the president and the board of directors of the
to get him to take for ten years. He and Bo Anderson are Kiwanis Club for possible membership for Jfegro candidates. j(
presenting the biggest show of their careers on Wednesday mentioned that some time ago,because members of our race '
night, Dec. 20, at the Miami Stadium. You will be able to see belong to the Kiwanis club in the Bahamas and when they are
the homecoming of America's most famous singing Duo, Sam in Miami they visit the meetings.I could never understand how
and Dave, with special invited guest Aretha Franklin. Included our American brothers cannot be accepted too? Is that the
in this big show are Ithe Inspirations, Clay Tyson The. American way of life ? ? ?That is it for this week. Till the t&

Charlmers, Booker T. and the M.G.'sSadSam, Kim Tamer, next one, LIVE LIFE EVERY GOLDEN MINUTE OF IT ( LOO.(!)
Sam and Dave's big 16-plece band, King Coleman and a host PEACE!
of other name show stoppers. Popular Miami Disc Jockey,
Butterball, 'will M. C. the show, and there will be three or LORfS FASHION SHOPS. EVERYWHERE! .
four different prices on tickets on sale throughout Dade County. r NW 7th Avenue

These are the type of shows that play the stadium in Atlata j.c a :Merry: 'I Edison Center
and other Southern Cities. No one here has dared to do it until ,

now, and since we all know that Clyde Killens has the golden iQ Cliiristixias For Ywr S o"illC'I"II'IC'
touch it will be as big a sell out as the Orange Blossom Clas 'Ji

sic. Aside from the show beingheld in the Miami Stadium the i To and all/
entire show will go to the Knight Beat to honor their host, one

Clyde Killens, and there you will see a different: kind of show. f of our many | >
This one gets off about 11:45 p.m. Now we all know that theKnight It I WE WILL BE OPEN SUNDAY (includingXmas
Beat will not hold 50,000 people, so it is best that you'' al i friends during
Eve Sunday)
reservations now by calling Clyde for your
start to make your N- this happy season.
tickets or you will be left standing on the street Just as |
you were when the big Masqurade Ball on Halloween was held. From 11 A.M. vnlil 6 P.M.
At the big welcome for Sam & Dave, awards will be made to ; HOUSE OF GRETCHEN

them for the one they have struggled so hard to get that ,i.SEAT COVERS PHONE 374-5082 mar COME IN AND LET US HELP YOU SELECT
record that says "over a million copies were sold" the ,
gold one. Don't wait until the last minute. get your tickets YOUR 'SANTA'S DELIGHTFUL SURPRISE'

now for the choice seats at the Jliamt Stadium. FROM OUR HOLIDAY LOVELIES.

QUICK NOTE-DEPARTMENT: Sarah Vaughn, spent a few odllu fir Gift Items ftlera
days with her good friends Ella and Grachan Moncur at their
55th Street residence for a much needed rest while recuperating Christmas Gr..tlll
from the flu. our deepest sympathy to the family of Free Gift Wrlpplll
recording star Otis Redding who died Sunday in a plane crash 18
near Madison, Wisconsin. Otis was to appear here with the Ads is Muddy, .
Sam and Dave Show. However, as in show business, the show 4 .

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I TliE' .\uA14l TIMES Friday -Decemberi; :-1"- if

I Police Training Must Be Improved To Prevent Civil DisorderPolice I

training in community relations in major urban areas cans ." riot techniques for both the National Guard and local police in
must be improved in order to prevent and control civil dis- In urging police systems to reorganize to provide protec- order to prevent officers on riot duty from becoming "public -
order, experts in this field have told the National Advisory tion and service to all citizens, Wilkins said the major problem executioners" on the spot.In .
Commission on Civil Disorders.The is "the exclusion of poor black Americans from the con- urging Improved police community relations, Mrs. Mea-
sciousness of most institutional decisiofl makers .. cham added< "we stress ute difference between goal relations
recommendations, ranging from suggested reorganization White as well as Negro citizens are being sbort-cbanged by among the officer on the beat and a kind of 'public relations -
of police systems "to serve poor black people" to "a police practices, Reiss told Commission, in reporting on a.. Job which I think is a temptation for police departments
reversal of many attitudes with respect to civil disorders* survey ,of 5,360 encounters reported.between citizens and ,.:;: 1; '\
were given at closed hearings September 21-22, in Washington. policemen in Boston, Chicago, and Washington. Murphy told the Commission the blame for poor police train-
Negro citizens generally are treated in the same manneras ing and community relations "must lie with the communitiesthat
white citizens of the same age and social class, Reiss de- have failed to support the police and perhaps mis-
Witnesses, excepts of whose testimony were released clared, but "while the police were as likely to be aggressive understood the very important function that the police per-
Tuesday, included Roger Wilkins, Director of the Community toward white as toward Negro citizens, they were quite consistently form for those communities/
.Relations Service of the U.S. Justice Department; ; William more positive in their relations with white than with Murphy emphasized: ". ,.. I think itvery Important that we
H. T. Smith, Director of the Inspection Division, Departmentof Negro citizens." realize that the police have been neglected,they have been inadequately -
Housing and Urban Development; Albert Reiss, Director of This means, Reiss explained,that Negroes who have an "un- supported at the state and local levels and there-
the Center for Research Social Organization at the (University civil" encounter with police are less likely to have their experience fore have been unable to attract qualified personnel, to pro
of Michigan. offset by a "positive" experience. fessionalize, to plan or to do the training, that, it seems'
Negroes who are forced to live in high crime areas develop a me, is so desperately necessary for them in these days."
"deeply ambivalent" attitude toward police because"histori Declaring that police do not communicate with each other
Also, Quinn Tamm, Executive Director,International Asso- cally" they do not expect law enforcers to be fair, even though adequately, the Justice Department official suggested considerable -
ciation of Chiefs of Police; Patrick V. Murphy,Assistant Director they must increasingly call upon them for protection, Reiss assistance to the police departments of the nation to
for Law Enforcement Assistance, U. S. Department of provide some kind of training opportunity which would bring
Justice, and Mrs. Charlotte Meacham, of Philadelphia, Pa., said.Reiss
them all
said much of the problem arises because"we are an together."It .
National Representative for the Police Community Correc- antipolice s 0 c i e t y" where the policeman is often used as a is important that the police reach out to Improve com-
tions Program of the American Friends Service Committee. political force to support unpopular causes. The U.S. citizen, munication with all citizens in their cities and neighborhoods
therefore, demands deference from officers instead of respect, the police must take the initiative in establishing and developing -
They testified in connection with the assignment of the 11- Reiss added. this communication, and it must exist at the beat
member Commission appointed by president Johnson in July, More modern equipment and scientific techniques will not level," he declared.
to determine what happened during last summer's disorders, solve the problem, Reiss emphasized, unless Individual of- Tamm said that although there Is a serious communicationgap
why it happened and what can be done to prevent it from fcers are trained to overcome personal prejudices and be between the police and the public,the police must remain
happening',again. Gov. Mayor John V. Lindsay of New York City is Vice Chairman. Smith, a former police ,stated that'the police have to law with impunity."In .
change their attitudes by reorienting their approach to one of order for us to fulfill our role as we see It, there must
service rather than control." be a reversal of many attitudes with respect to the civil disorders -
Wilkins, nephew of Commission member Roy Wilkins,Exe- "I think they have to develop a concern with instructing the which are wreckingour cities,"the International Police
cutive Director of the National Association for the Advance-
citizenry in terms of their rights and privileges as well as Chiefs Association spokesman declared.
ment of Colored People, told the group: the and still in circles there has been
their duties and obligations in reference to the law. In past some ,
"And I think that the police need. the support of every seg-the tendency among those in authority to view disturbances with
". We think that the riots are not about outside agitators.We ment of the community to be successful in their operation. wide toleration, because the demonstrations alledly had
think they are not about conspiracies. We think that they They need to develop effective communication with all seg- about them the aura of righteousness and nobleness of. cause
are not about interstate travel or even about a couple of obstreperous ments of the community. ," Tamm said. He added' ;
fellows in their mid-20's. "Before we can talk about the role of police in reducing "This has placed the police in a precarious position As
,community tensions and grievances, we must talk about mak- police and enforcers of the law, we cannot vacillate in deal-
"We would conclude simply and directly that they are about ing our central cities so much more livable, so much better ing with law breakers regardless of the purity of their mo-
the failure of the system which we Americans have developed than they are.Declaring /' tives.
and which we sustain to serve us. It is about the failureof that he learned the problems of ghetto residents "No one can deny that the police are at least the most highly
that system to serve the needs of poor black people first hand by sitting, eating, and drinking with them, Smith visible symbols of the abrasiveness of our society which keeps
added, "I know how they felt about police and I can see how the the so-called disadvantaged people on edge.
Wilkins said many Negroes believe "and in many instances dislike of police could develop from the conditions they experi- "We, therefore, as police,realize that we must do our sharein
with good reason. that the police -. at least as related to ence in the city, magnified the lack of police protection that lessening this abrasiveness. To do this,we must, as Presi-
them--view their Job as containment, as preventing Negroes Negroes have gotten the past 25 years, generally." dent Johnson said, have better trained, better paid and better
from encroaching on the lives and :liberties of white I Araeri- Mrs. Meacham urged more training in human relations and equipped people "

"families-Relocated I .,) ....,,' .

I Public HousingA I NE WCAR. I

report for the first nine Further breakdown reveals apartments.
months of this year, by Haley that there were 43 families of According to the report, by
S 0 f g e, executive director of two persons; 77 of three per- moving into public housing,
Miami Housing Authority,was sons; 75 Of four; 109 Of five; these 852 families have Increased -
sent toAuthority Chairman 88 of six; 82 of seven; 35 of annual purchasing
Martin Fine > nine; 16 of ten; 13 of eleven; power for food, clothing and FINANCING
The report stated that 857 and 11 of twelve and over. other necessities,of$29 6,496.
families, including 249 elder- The average rent being paid
ly, were housed from January to the Authority including utilities The report called attentionto
through September 30. This is $38 per month. Priorto the multi-problem families
large number results from moving into public housing, being housed and the obvious
prior Authority planning to the same families paid an need for broader social
provide relocation housing, average of $67 per month for health, welfare, etc., ser- ""
the report said. substandard, over-crowded vices."
Nearly all of the 603 families : % '
housed were faced with 41/2 "j .
some form of eviction,or were s: h I, .. .....,; .. .
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without housing, or were aboutto Phone: 633-3084 or 634-9349 :" :V
be without housing. Two '
hundred and seventy-two of f
these families were relocated ,, ,
from the first urban renewal

project, with approximately JAMES C. WILLIAMS
100 more being displaced by
code enforcement In the city Land Clearing, Landscaping and Bulldozing
and county. The249elder- Trees Cut and TrimmedTop

ly families were badly in need Soil and Fill

of housing assistance and Light Paving and Wrecking
many were relocated from the
renewal project.A .
profile of the families
housed during the past nine
months reveals the following STUDENT SPECIAL
information: 472 or 52 per cent
constitute broken homes with IMS ID Photos
female heads; 509 or 60 per It ,
cent receive some form of Lincoln Is YOUR Bank. Use it IfI

welfare assistance; 620 or 73 2 For 50*
per' cent have total family in-
comes of less than $3,000the -- SATURDAY ONLY

The report further shows JOHNSON {- LINCOLN
that 32 per cent earn less than or MIAMI

than$1,500$2,000 a year; 26; 15 per per cent cent less less Corner NW 38 St. & ] flirt filly bttetrated bank lit the entire Sourhwt-
fight here in the Edison Financial Center
and 27 cent
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per cent or 304 "
are families of 2 to 5 persons; PHONE: 635-4748
299 or 49 per cent are fami-
lies of six or larger.


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MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 15, 19 13

Insititute For Police And

Meet I

Civilian December 15th

Judge An.Institute on Police Community -
Relations to which police
representatives, public
and. private agencies and lay
Donald men are invited will be held on
Friday, Dec 15, at the Dupont
plaza Hotel In Miami.
The all day meeting, sponsored
Wheeler by the Florida Region of
the Natlona 1 Conference of
Christians and Jews, the Dade
JonesBY County Association of Chiefsof
Police and the Dade County ,.V
Community Relations Board
will concentrate on establishing -
GARTH C. REEVES a common footing of inter-
ests and communi-
11I __.. __ advancing ,
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cations between the various
Three weeks ago City Commissioner Athalie Range nomi- voted principally to the dispelling of popular myths concerning segments 0 f the community.The LOUIS RADELET
nated Donald Wheeler Jones for appointment to the municipal Negro people in the hope that our citizenry both black and meeting will be mod-
bench. Thus Jones became the first Negro to receive a regu- white, would have a clearer understanding of the vitality of the erated by Ralph Renick, Vice Dr. Roland J. Chlldton, Associate
lar Judgeship in Miami. L, E. Thomas and John D. Johnson, role that Negroes have played in shaping this country's'culture President in charge of news at Professor of Sociologyat
who served the bench court Florida State University at
previously on were purely police and progress. WTVJ. The featured speakers
Judges for the Negro precinct only. When one considers that our new Judge Is also a practicing will include Prof. Louis A. Tallahassee, and Advisor to
Born in Orlando, August 7, 1936, Jones entered Morehouse attorney engaged in a full-time practice of law, one wonders Radelet, Director of the Na- the Law Enforcement Com-
in Atlanta Ga. from the 11th grade at Palmer Mem- mittee of Florida for the At-
and about and
about the Judge as a person, more particularly, tional Institute on Police
orial Institute, Sedalia, North Carolina. He recelvedhisB. A. to balance his various Interests to findtime for a pri- Community Relations, and torney General will speak on
degree from Morehouse in 1952, and the LL. B. degree from vate life apart from the public one. Professor of Police Adminis- "The Historical Role of Po-
Howard University School of Law, Washington, D. C. in 1959. We found him residing with his wife of six years, Carole tration at Michigan State Uni- lice in American Society"
He was admitted to practice in Florida in January of 1960. Jones, formerly Carole Madison of Fort Worth,Texas,and versity and Dr. Neil Danberg, Director E. Wilson "Bud"
The newly appointed 31-year-oldJudge has been active in the their 2 1/2 year-old son, Donald n, and Bacchus, their German National Director of the Po Purdy of the Dade County Department -
civic life of Dade County since his arrival in the Fall of 1961, Shepherd. lice-Community Relations Di- of Public Safety will
after practicing for 18 months in Orlando. He has served for He and his wife find recreation in as many good movies that vision of the NCCJ in New introduce the keynote speaker -
various periods of time on the Land Use Committee of the Wel- can be arranged into his busy rchedule, reading, and quick York. Prof. Radelet. Also on the
fare planning Council, the Board of Directors of the Carver visits to friends and acquaintances which the Judge refers to Prof. Radelet, whose program are Rev. Theodore
Branch of the Y. M. C. A, the Board of Directors of the Eco- as "Pop Callsl' professional career has Gibson, pastor of Christ Epis-
nomic Opportunity Program. He was even once involved as a When asked to comment on the honor of being the first Ne- continually involved him 10 in- copal Church Judge C. Clyde
member of a Committee on birth control under the auspicesof gro in Miami and perhaps the deep South to sit in Judgment on tergroup relations projects, Atkins, co-chairman, Florida
the James E. Scott Community Association. He was an active whites and blacks alike in a large metropolitan center, Jones will speak on, "The National Region Board of Governors of
member"of Beta-Beta Lambba Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha, stated, "I am, of course, tremendously for this honor Crime Commission and Po- the NCCJ; W. L. Nestor,
Inc., and member of Ebenezer Methodist Church. and proud to have been chosen by such an outstanding per- lice-Community Relations.. President Dade County Chiefsof
\' Perhaps some Dade Countians will be most familiar with his sonage as Mrs. M. Athalie Range, our City Commissioner. I Dr. Danberg will speak on Police Association; and
role as president of the Miami Branch of the NAACP as someof only hope that I can substantially approach the excellence that "Community Response to Senator Harry P. Cain,chair-
his activities as President during the years 1964-1966, in- she exemplifies in public office. I will devote myself to im- Professionalism in Law En- man, Dade County Community
volved the masses of our community such as the gala show at, partiality and integrity on the Judge's bench," said Jones. forcement." Relations Board.
the Miami Beach Auditorium which headlined such stars as
4 Count Basie, Dick Gregory, and numerous local talent which When asked whether there was any chance of the honor of
was sponsored by the Miami Branch shortly after Judge Jones being Judge changing his sociable, friendly manner with people
became its President.. Others may remember the Memorial from all walks of life,Jones said,"Quite the contrary, this CAl'S RESTAURANTBreakfast
March in which thousands participated shortly after his presi- position makes me even more eager to know personally the
dency, which proceeded through the streets of downtown Miami Miamians that I will be serving. I look forward to expandingmy Lunch Dinner
commemorating the four girls who were bombed to death circle of friends and acquaintances through this position
l Jn Birmingham, Alabama in W65.>> > rather than narrowing my"contacts with the public,at l arge..-Chitterlings;; t
I M (BMWfentUJKl perttipt'somewhat unusual aspect Oli 'Jones past public life was a radio program "Hot-Line" is not pride in the egotistical sense,but rather humility PHONE: NE 3- 316
which was began by Judge Jones and Attorney Harold Braynon, mingled with respect and a we:the great opportunity to serve James & Nealie Youngblood, Props.
which is now continued currently by Art Green of radio station that has been granted to me. In this endeavor, I will need the
W "ME. It was only two weeks ago that Miami heard the last of prayers and good wishes of all of my friends and acquaintanceswho 6010 NW 22 AVENUEAir
another broadcast that Judge.Jones did weekly for WA ME, en- have helped me to arrive at this Juncture in my life.. Conditioned
titled "Donald Wheeler Jones Speaks." This program was de. We think the Judge will serve admirably.
1 "

4 WOOLWORTH'S Gorilla Girl !'

Beautiful Conchita Mendezran
7L off with an ape, and in the
I midst of the hairy denizens of
the forests, she romps in the JohnBegg
-1IarI4i iuIPI nude, Conchita is pregnant and
scientists await the historical
moment that will reveal whe-
ther she will produce a half-
ape, half-human baby. Also,
in the January Sepia you will
find the Hippies are going that-
away the 'love' movement is
\ I on its way out! The hippie rebellion -
against society has
f turned out to be little more
than a bunch of bums who like
to live in filth, take psychedelic -
trips, smoke pot, Indulgein
love-ins, narcotics, crime
and murder.
s'Also included are 'African
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By,Wailer &ow
Toe Annual United Fund Dinner sponsored by the Northwest ..
Branch YMCA which was previously} scheduled for Monday, .
The South BrowardPostNo. i
December 1, has been changed to Saturday,December 16, at !,
8195 will hold its regular
7:30 p.m., at the Walker Elementary School which Is locatedat
1001 NW 4th Street, Fort Lauderdale. Donation $3.00. For meeting, Sunday, Dec. 17, at 1
the post home on Pembroke |
reservations call Miss Toni Rogers at the Northwest Branch i
YMCA, at 523-2444. Rd., 4816. Don't forget the Sa- J
turday night Fish Fry this:
Little Stevie Rawls and Little John Lambert Jr. celebrated ; !,
week, Dec.16.Plenty refreshments -
their first birthdays on Sunday, December 10. Stevie Is the
Those delicious conch- j
grandson of Mr. and Mrs. David S. Rawls and John is the son
fritters will be there also.The
of Mr. and Mrs. John Lambert Sr.
public is Invited.
Sam and Dave better known"Double Dynamite"will head ]
line the December 16th show at Basin Street East. These two Folia Boyd,Commander,W. j
Bowe Quarter Master.Congratulations I
young men were recently seen performing on the Johnny Carson ,
to Charles \
show. Sam and Dave natives of Miami, have shared many
Hart and William (Bill) Williams ,
hits among these: "You Ain't No Big Thing Baby,' "I Got AThing
on the opening of their
Going," "You Don't Know Like I Know," "A Place Nobody
Carver Ranches Shoe Shine
Can Find," "When Something is Wrong With My Baby," in ,
Parlor the Bowe's BarberShop '
"Hold On Fm Coming," and their recent record which is million !
Building,5432 Pembroke
dollar seller "Soul Man" and the flip "May I Baby." j
Rd. Stop over and have a shine 1
The meeting of United Fund Agency presidents with UF Fin- '!
ance chairman to discuss the use of the budget forms to be sometime. {
Mr. Maurice Minnis of Hal-
held on December 19, at 4:00 p.m. in the community room of ,
the United Fund Building, located 1300 South Andrews Ave, landale left Saturday, Dec. 9,
will celebrate his 50th birth-
Fort Lauderdale. day in the Bahamas with rela- ,
Beginning December 27, the Northwest Branch YMCA will }
host a three day activity program. On Wednesday, December tives, and friends. (
The Progressive Lodge of .
27, a trip to Ocean World is planned,on Thursday, December 'OPENINGs
Hollywood, meets on the
28, activities conducted at the YMCA building and on Friday, second and fourth
December 29 a trip to Birch State Park. The activities begin nights in each month.Thursday Obediah N
at 9:00 a.m. and end at 5:00 p.m. The cost which is $5.00 includes -
Ferguson is W. M. 4
insurance and
transportation, program fee. Please
register early, only a limited number may participate. For J
more information call the Northwest Branch YMCA, at 532-
One infant is born defective 2 ,
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 15, 1967 15

Leukemia Society"Chuck Names 1968 Dade County Appeal. Committee

Hall, Mayor of outstanding dedication of ser- iously accpeted Chairmanshipof "The month of March Is .
Teen-Tag Days, March 1 -3 community working ID our behalf -
Metropolitan Dade County,actively vice to the effort to
Society's the society's Dade County Leukemia Month in Dade and march during the Society's and yet the ultimate suck -
interested in all civic, combat Leukemia Is well- Appeal," said Whitman."Sen- County," continued Whitman annual Neighbor-to- hbor I
health and welfare activitiesof known local Radio, TV and ator Shevin's keen interest In and he proudly announced the march, March 1--10th.
our community,has accepted Press personality Mr. Larry our Society is obvious: by his appointment of his teen-age Coordinating the Hotel Tag I
Honorary Chairman of the King as Booster Chairman," support throughout the year," daughter Ruth Ellen ,as Teen ging on Miami Beach is well- i. "
Leukemia Society of Ameri- continued Whitman "State continued Whitman, "and Is Chair manj...,:.* known, Mrs. David (Adele) I
ca's 1968 Dade County Appeal Senator Robert .L. Shevln, highlighted by the fact he's al- Miss Whitman, ,who's been Richter, who has long been active
," announced local chap long-time active in civic af- eady at work contacting our. active: in community and with civic and health or* !
ter President, Attorney, fairs community services and Society's over 10,000 volunteers school activities since the ganizations in this and other x
Irving J, Whitman. voted the "most outstanding who marched in 1967-- days of "Brownies" is a Sr. communities!
"Serving for the 3rd con- member" of the Dade County telling them honestly and at Miami Coral Park Senior Whitman concluded, "We I
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18__ THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, December 15, 1967
r' : RANGE. .. HOUSE OF ALBERTVan Willie C. Mack, 442 NW 8th

'C' A'RD" MEMO'R"'I'ALS"'D' EAT'HS" Patricia Ann Washington of Smith, of 1102 NW 37th St.eral', Apt.services C. died ere Nov.conducted 17. Fun-

I I" 5 I II 2300 NW 56th St.,died in Jack- St., better known as"Smitty," Wednesday, from the chapel.
son Memorial Hospital. She is died Nov.25.Funeral services Among his survivors are his
survived by her parents Mr. were held Saturday from the widow; mother Maggie; two
.. and 'Mrs. Isaac Washington; chapel. Among survivors are brothers Tommie Mack,

IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAMIn CARD OF THANKSThe three brothers and sistersinlaw his widow, Cornelia; one brother Walter Mitchell; two sisters
Mr. and Mrs. George Thomas; two sisters, Mary Williams, Lucille Tre-
sad, but loving memoryof loving memory of our family of th late Washington, Mr. and Mrs. Madames, Sarah Asia Bertha mell; one uncle Tommie

our dear;daughter and sis- dear mother and sister __ ."_ ,- ,", _" ...'n_.._ "._.,__ d Elmer Graves, and Mr. and Johnson. Diggs; one sister-in-law; two
o Mrs. Richard Washington; a Thomas Hill, 10075 Kum- brothers-in-law.
sister, Lena. Funeral services quart St., Perrine, died Nov.

........... ., were conducted Wednesday 28. Among survivors are his Rogers Irving, 2644 NW 50
rd Dec. 13, in the chapel. widow Anna one son, Jacob
\, l Y tb j ; St., died Dec. 6. Among survivors
Hill Funeral services were are his widow Daisy
5 Frank Seay of 1075 NW 13th Saturday, at Hurst Chapel four nieces;nephews., Fun-;
: d t Y .l Ave., died in Jackson Mem- AME, Perrine. eral services Tuesday, Dec.
orial Hospital. He is survivedby
; Calvin Broadus 21811 SW 12, 4:00 p.m. St. Luke Baptist
Y I 'ifYt j his wife, Donnie; two sisters ,
3 :t lI Annie M., Jessie, and 115th Ave., Goulds died De- Church.
p Fannie; a brother, Lamar; cember 8. Among his survi-

three nieces and two nephews. vors are widow Annie Mae; Charlie Wilkerson, 3056 NW

..' .\.. '" t II fr1' Funeral services were con- two sisters,Arthur Mae Free- 48th Ter., died Dec. Among
: \ J--. .- .. ..'-'" ...... --.- ducted Thursday, Dec. 14, at man, Beluah McGowan,both of survivors are his widow Ad-
2:30 in the Church of God by Cleveland, Ohio. Funeral ser- line Wilkerson:daughters.:
MRS. LULA E. GOLDEN vices Tuesday Dec. 12 3.00
LILLIAN E. JOHNSONwho Faith. Edna Mae, Sally :'Mae;
SHIRLEY BEVERLYANN p.m. Perrine chpel. Mrs. Sally Blackshear two '
who departed this life Nov.24,
SCOTT Miss BlonevaDamesof5410NW
departed this life Dec. 13, 1967, and was laid to rest Nov. 13th Ave. died Lawrence Caver, 2176 NW sisters, Rilla Williams, Irene

who departed this life Dec. 1, 1961.May 29, 1967, wish to express our Jackson Hospital., recentlyen She is 7th Ave., died Dec. 5. Among Carter; one brother Clifford;
1966. she rest in peace. sincere thanks and appreciation survivors are parents, Mr. nieces; nephews. Funeral ser-
survived her Wil-
,Gone, but will never be for to the many friends, and lian and Beatrice parents three, sis- Willie and Carrie Lee Caverof vices Wednesday, December
gotten. Mrs. Della B. Carey and neighbors for the kindness ; Punta Gorda.Arrangementsare 13, 4:00: p.m. peaceful Zion
ters, Lucille McCollum, Church.
family. shown during our hour of be- Lenora Higgs, and Maxine incomplete. Baptist

Willie Mae Scott, mother reavement.We Dames; three brothers Wil- -- -

Blanch, Ernestine, Patricia IN MEMORIAMIn also thank you for your liam, Harold, and Henry; eightnephews MAIL TODAY FOR CHRISTMAS DELIVERY
and Laverne, sisters prayers, cards, letters, telegrams ; three nieces two
Larry and Willie, brothers floral pieces, and uncles and three aunts.;Fun- Postmaster E. M. Dunlap dividually, to remind peopleto
Debbie, TevinTonyandRita remembrance of our phone calls. eral services wee conducted today rang the warning bell, shop and mail early and use
nieces and nephews dearest daughter Our special thanks to the Wednesday in the chapel. reminding residents of the ZIP Codes in order to spreadout
nurses and staff, at Mt% Sinai Greater Miami area that this the flow of mall, avoidinga

CARD OF THANKSThe Hospital members, and Mrs. Amanda Ponder of is the last round for Christ- last-minute deluge. To fur-

friends of St. Phillips Catho- 1361 NW 61st St. Apt. 32,died mas mailing. ther help, the postmaster sug-
family of the late lic Church, and the Range Fun- Friday, Dec. 7. She issurvlv- The Postmaster reminds us gests the use of "Local" and"OutofTown"

eral home. edbya sister, Mrs. Eula Street-. that there is one day less to labels which
We loved and wanted her,but were distributed to each
er three Ella Mae
; nieces, deliver mail as Christmasfalls
God loved her best. household last week.
Stevens, and Louise James. on Monday this year. He
Remains were shipped Tues- is reminding the mailing pub-
George W. Golden, son day, to Macon, Ga., for final lic that there will be no delivery DRIVERS LICENSE?
Paul Golden, son
of Christmas cards or
Marion Golden Smith
\"4" ": parcels other than special delivery -
daughter, and family
on Sunday. December
Mrs. Ruth Ann Dames of
24 or on Christmas Day. O'BERRY'S
"SI 1552 NW 70th St.,died recently. -
'I CARD OF THANKSThe She is survived by seven Mr. Dunlap stated that this

\ ROSE MARIE MORANT daughters, Naomi Newton, season, the request for custo-
I: family of the late Catherine Smith, Marie mer cooperation Is even more "11.
I who departed Dec. 8, 1966. O'Brien, Minnie.Dames, Ruth urgent than ever. Thepost office 6262 NW 15th AVE.

May she rest in peace. She ,MAGGIE T. JACKSON Jones, and Sadie Barry; six- is using Just about every 691-5283 .
is gone, but not forgotten. We teen grandchildren one sin .
; means short of sittingdown.and .ed.b wI.I4w ,.r-
ESSIE MAE GREEN love her but God love her wish to express sincere ap- ter, Mrs. Euna, Carrol; bro- talking with each of us in-
more. preciation to relatives friends ther Thomas Johnson. Funeral
acknowledge with grateful appreciation From her parents, sisterbro- for all acts of kindness shown services will be conducted Saturday -

all the kind acts o ther aunts' uncles:and( other.. during their hour of bereave- Dec. 16, at 1:00 p.m. ,,JIll..
sympathy shown In the torn tives and friends.CARD ment. at Ebenezer Methodist

of cards, letters,visits,pray- Special thanks to Rev. A.D. Church. 691-7661
ers, and floral pieces,bestowed Hall, officers and members of
upon us during our hoursof OF THANKSThe Ebenezer Methodist Church, I A 1
bereavement. 58th St., neighbors and Mrs. Mrs. Susie Delaney of 2051 At
family of the late Artie Richardson and staff of NW 63rd St., Apt. 3 died re-
To bear such loss is a great the Richardson Funeral Home. cently. She is survived by

burden, but when friends are LEON ROLLE May our Lord bless each of three daughters; Beulah and
near to comfort us, it makes you always. Lillian Delaney; a son, Willie F

our burden lighter. Words are acknowledge with grateful appreciation Thompson, Howard, and Johnson; five grandchildren;
inadequate to express our all the kind acts of Martin families. three great grands; two
thanks. sympathy shown in the form of nieces; two daughters-in-law.

thanks cards, letters, visits,prayers DEATH Arrangements are Incomplete
Special to membersofSt.Monica'sGuild
and floral pieces bestowed
St. upon us during our hours of be-
Agnes Episcopal Church and reavement.The Mrs. Agnes Roberts of 728
Richardson Funeral Home. NW 2nd Ave., died in Jackson ,,1 f.1i
Again thanksJosephine Family Hospital. She is survived by ,
two daughters, Mrs. Lottie M.
Johnson and Maxwell and Mrs. Suwanee '
family CARD OF THANKSThe Davis; a brother Willie Davis. ,
Horace Porter, brother Funeral services were con-
family of
ducted Tuesday, in the chapel.


Marion L. Ferguson of 6201
Palatka, Fla.wish to thank NW 17th Ave., Apt. 302, died
family of the late the many friends and neigh 1 recently. He is survived by his let Mt (JOM Ufitt k

... bors who sent flowers, cards mother, Mrs.Alean Ferguson;
MRS. OLIVE B. SMITH and telegrams in their hoursof Mrs. Ruth Ann Dames pas- two sisters Jewell Baylor and bodied, believe i/t God

sorrow. sed away at her home, 1552 Alean Dupont; a brother, ,
who passed Nov. 22, 1967, at NW 70th St., following a short James Hawkins; an aunt Jessie "
palm Springs Hospital ac- Will Holder, husband Illness. She came to the South Ferguson. Arrangements are telieve oho in w.
Luowledge with grateful ap- Willie and Floyd, sons Florida area In 1910 from the incomplete. '
preciation all the kind acts of Mable l Hills, Eva Mincy Bahamas.Mrs. MAY WE REASSURE YOU THAT IN YOUR

sympathy shown in the form Doris M 0 s 1 e y, Marion Mc- HOUR OF BEREAVEMENT CALL I
of cards, letters,visits,pray- Grill, Hurschel
Thomas, Joan Dames Eddie Harris "Mere service begins and enJs"
ers, telegrams and floral was active in died recently never
Grimsley, and Margrett j
fraternal in
pieces bestowed upon us dur- Holder organizations: Hospital. Funeral
daughters. Three locations
Order of Eastern services to serve :
ing our hour of bereavement.To Star, Heroine will be conducted you:
bear such a loss Is i a the Pallbearers, and the Thursday Dec. 14, at 4:00; Miami Opo-locka Perrin. !
Household of Ruth. p.m. in the chapel.
great burden, but with friendsfar CARD OF THANKSThe
and near to comfort us,''it
Services for Mrs. Dames
makes :
our burden lighter.
family of the late will be Saturday, Dec. 16, 1:00 Mrs. Minnie
Words are Inadequate to express .McGrady Ivey
our thanks, but'we p.m., at Ebenezer Methodist of 2680 NW 61st St., died re- I
especially thank the nurses LURLEAN B. YOUNG Episcopal Church. cently. She is survived by her LINCOLN MEMORIAL PARK

.who worked untiringly and the wish to thank friends and She is survived by six husband Luther; two sons,
Range Funeral Home. Larry and Bob by: an uncle. 3001 NW46t" STREET
daughters 16
neighbors for the kind expres- grandchildren, Arthur NE 4-4197
Again many, many, thanks to sions of sympathy during their 18 great grandchildren; four White. Funeral
\ all of you. recent bereavement.The sons-in-law, one sister, one were conducted
brother and many relatives day, in th chapel.. Final ser-I E. JOHNSON, MANAGER, 0X-1.9199 :
The in Ozark, Ala.
Family family and friends. I r rI

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Bethany Presents It's Annual Cot ata I


The Mass Choir of Bethany NW 50th St., Elder R. L.Wood- ration of the contata. This

Seventh Day Adventist Church fork, is the pastor. promises to be one of the most

will preset its annual Christ- Several distinguished per- outstanding religious musi-

mas Con 'Night of Mira- sonalities such as City Com- cal programs of the year.

cles," by John W. Peterson, missioner Athalie Range, There will be no admission

I Inu 3n (Sllfurrlf ''undtty Sunday night Christmas Eve, Senator Richard Stone and Dr. charge. Patrons are solicited.

Dec. 24, at 7:00 p.m. in the 0. D. Anderson have been invited The public is cordially invitedto

Sanctuary of the church, 2500 to participate lathe nar- attend this program.

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Rev J. W. Dunn, pastor Rev. Luther J. Lee, pastor Rev. J. E.Jenkins,pastor Sunday School wishes to 6895 NW 14th Avenue

r i. ... Martha Holmes, reporter Ruby Carr, reporter thank everyone for their supportin ; Rev. W, F. Savoy, pastor
Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor Tuesday Dec. 19, at 8:00 its drive. G. Major won

Willie Beard, reporterJust St. Luke AME is growing pm the pastor is asking all first; L. Moore won second; The sermon topic for this

and members to be present for and C. Arnett won third prize. Sunday morning will be: "What
spiritually financially un-
i a reminder: Our Joint seminar on Tythes. Sunday, Dec. 17 is Tithes Are You Preparing For?"
der the of Rev.L J
leadership .
!1FWI Sunday School Baptist Train- Sunday, Jan. 7, at 3:00 p.m. Day. All members know their Please study Luke 1:76-80,

Ing Union Annual Christmas Lee.Last met Friendship will have ground obligations for this day.Choir and bring your Bible to all
Tuesday night we
exercise will be held, Christ- breaking' The public is invit- No. 1 will sing in the morningand worship services. Let us remember -
with the and organizedour
mas Eve, Dec. 24, at3.00p.m. pastor ed. We expect to have a mass Choir No. 2 will sing in the our Sunday evening
church for the Ro-
Our students and teachers are year. choir of at least one thousand night. devotions at 7 p.m. and our
bert Mitchell was nominated
preparing a great program voices please Join us. and Bible
i The kindergarten Tuesday evening Studyat
layman and Katie Mitchell was
commeratlng the birth of our We are pleased over the excellent nursery school will hold its 8 p.m.
nmed director for the youth
Lord and Saviour Jesus leadership our pastor exercises Next
Christmas on Sun- Sunday evening,
church which meets Sat-
Christ. We are asking the par- at 2:30. every has given us these past four day, Dec. 17 at 3:30 p.m. at Christmas eve, at 7 p.m., the
ents to help your child learn urday we realize this type of School will
years, the church. The public is invited Sunday present its
his or her part. The following boards were leadership has been beneficial annual Christmas program

Our Men's Day will be held reorganized with the following in helping us to be ready to go The Sunday School will hold Let's support our program activities -

the third Sunday in March. Our persons serving as chairmen: into our ground breaking at its Christmas exercises pn and bring our friends.

chairman and cochairmanare Stewards, G.G.WhlteStewardess; this time, we pray God will Sunday, Dec. 24 at 4,00p.m.;

ELVIRA BURNEY asking all men and women C. Reese; Trustee, G. White; bless and ever keep him. The play that will be presented -

The Drake Memorial Club, for their fullest support and Choir, N. Sanders; Mission- is entitled The Holy JORDAN GROVE

cooperation in making this day ary, K. Mitchell; and super- "
Mr. William Tripp, chairman, Night. The public is also invited -
will present Mrs. Elvira Bur- the best yet.Brother vised by the pastor's wife; VALLEY GROVE to attend. Rev. A. J. King, acting pastor

Perry White, gen- Ushers I. Sims pastor's Aid Eddie Gilbert reporterThe
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and the Starlight Singerson Our special prayers go to
ney Rev. J, Torrence, pastor
eral chairman Brother
Sunday'night, 7:30: p.m. ware Gar- L. McAllister;Silent Workers, Lucile Torrence reporterThe Sis. Mary Alice Woodside at
asking all members and field Leland, co-chairman. N,Sanders;Beautification Club Jackson Memorial Hospitaland Male Chorus wish to

friends to come out to this gospel G.Jones,Sunday SchoolL. Mc- pastor would like to give Sis. Doris Ward at Mt.Sinai thank those who came out on

"f song feast. Allister. special thanks to our own, Rev. Hospital and to all other last Friday night and witnessed -

TEMPLE.iBAPTISTThe Last Sunday we Ferguson, the following the contest between them
A11 Boy Scouts and Cubs,re- raise sick and shut-ins. A visit, a
18169. 'preachers and churches.. Rev. and the No?Choir of BrowA's
member your scout meeting, members of New Jail or a card will help to cheer'
Friday, 630pm.. The Usher Temple Tabernacle of the We are thankful to God for a Roscoe Jackson, Rev Milton, them up. Chapel.

Board served the boys a din- Order of Brothers and Sisters lot of our members who have Rev. Lowder, Rev. Andrew Visitors are always welcome Visitors are always welcome -

ner on last Friday afternoon. of Love and Charity will wor- strayed, but returned and are Jackson, Rev. J. C. Woody, at St. Mary's. to worship with us. We
their Mt. Aaron and Corinth MB. are looking for in church
Many thanks to the membersof ship at Temple during the resuming responsibilities you I
the board. as Christians. Church.On this Sunday.To .
morning service on Sunday.
Please remember to visit The Rev. C. H. Thompson, Sunday, at 3:00 p.m. the MT. CALVARY the sick: Remember God

the sick and shut-ins. Sister pastor of Transfiguration ST. J AWE S AME pastor is asking the entire Rev. S. Atchison, pastor is able to do all things.

Brown is still ill Please pray Baptist Church, Nassau, Ba- church to accompany him to The Pastor's Aid will observe -
Rev. F. E. Sneed, pastor Mt. Aaron to close out Rev. NEW PROVIDENCE
and visit her. hamas, who has been vacationIng their anniversary, Sun-

with relatives in Tampa, Joseph Marshall, reporter McCarey's appreciation program day, at 3:00 pm. The speaker -

ST. JOHN AME the past month, will be at Monday might the Presiding The. Christmas of the hour will be Rev.Tan- Arsula Rev. C.Edwards J. Burney, pastor

Temple in the morning and Elders Council gave the bud- program ner of St. Mary's in Coconut reporter
Rev. William A.Curry,pastor will be held at the church, Dec.
evening services Sunday. His this Grove.
get for the year. May year 21 at 7 We are asking Prayer meeting each
Allen Tues-
Dr. F. A. presiding p.m.
there will be
many friends in the Miami fulfill even greater expecta- Friday night a
elder of the Miami District, everyone to come out and see day at 7:30: p.m. All membersare
area who would like to see him tions.December. Heaven Bound'play sponsored -
the District Coun- our first Christmas urged to attend. The
announce, program. public -
are invited to come out, as he -ites will have a by the Special Choir.After
cil of the Miami District will The second Sunday in Jan- is Invited.
will return home on Monday.Mrs. night of games and fun at the the play the pastor is spon-
at St. John the pastor is asking the Consecration hour of
convene Monday, uary, prayer
Rhona Hutchinson and home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred soring a fish fry. All is free
Dec. 18, at 7:30p.m.The Citizens entire church to accompanyhim will be held each Sunday morn-
Mrs. Bethel returned last and is invited.
L. Garrett at 1381 NW 38th St. everyone
Advisory Committee, of to Ft. Myers, to St. Paul ing at 500. Come and join in
week from Nassau,where they at 8:00 p.m., Saturday, Dec. Our evening services will
South Miami will hold a neigh- Rev. Robinson pastor. with
prayer us.
attended the funeral of their 16. start, at 6.00 p.m., because of
borhood at St. John Don't forget to for the Let us not
meeting{ pray forget our BTU
brother, the late retired Com Thought for the week the darkness of the early hour
Thursday, Dec. 14, at 7:30: sick, shut-ins and those in the Sunday evening at 5:30.
missioner J. V. Brown. During the next few days we Christmas rehearsal is being -
All Interestedin armed services. Visitors Continue in
p.m. persons are for
The City-wide Mission, will all be .busy shopping for held every Monday night prayer our
the of South welcomed. sick
Mia- always shut-ins
progress and those who
Mrs. Lula Moran, president, gifts for our loved one and before Christmas. We are
mi are urged to attend. are bereaved.
will celebrate its anniversarythis friends for Christmas. The asking as many parents as

The first quarterly confer Friday night at Temple. store will be Jammed full with ZION HOPE possible to come out and help. Visitors'(' are always wel-
ence will convene Friday Dec.
Services begin at 8:00 p.m., to Prayer meeting is held
22, the pastor is requesting people are hurrying acquire Rev. P. Freeman, pastorE. .
and the Rev. W. C. Wade of St. those last minute purchases. Jackson reporterThe every Thursday night.
board to make their re-
every Mark Baptist Church, will be Unfortunately during this Mission Pray for the sick and shut-
Society and the
port. Services begin, Sunday, the speaker. The public is invited ins.
beautiful season, we some- Ministers' Wives Council will
at 9.30 a.m. the real MT. OLIVETTEYOUTH
times tend to forget
a Salad Carnival Sun-
At 6:30 p.m. the choirs will ,
meaning of this beautiful timeof day from 4 to 6
be presented in their fnal pro- p.m., every-
gram for the year, centering MT. TABOR the year. Christmas: The one is invited. MT. SINAI BAPTIST ANNIVERSARYThe
birth of our Savior i Jesus
Sister is all
around the Yuletide Season. Riley asking
Rev. Hendon, acting minister Christ I I I So, while you're children not to forget Christ- Rev. Cleo Albury, pastor Youth Choir of Mt. Oli-
At 8:00 the choir vette
p.m. pre- Baptist Church
to do all the Patricia Austin reporter cordially
Dessie Crockett, reporterThe rushing many mas practice
sents a gospel Monday evening Invite to
special program you attend the cele-
that to be done be-
church invite to things are
you Join from 4 to 530.
During the month of
featuring an outstanding bration of their Third Ann
with them in their baptism fore the 25th try to keepin We still i-
are asking the
quartet. everyoneto B. T. U. has been engaged versary, on Sunday afternoon
service, Sunday, at 11 a.m. mind, that Christ the rea- please remember the sick in ,
Tuesday night Dec. 19, the a project. A program Dec. 17 at 3:30 p.m. Guest
pastor is calling an official Sunday evening at 7p.m.the son for this celebration. Keep and shut-ins in your prayers. contest between the other aux- speaker will be Mrs.
choir under the direction of Christ in Christmas I III I Re-
board meeting,all officers are iliaries of the c h u r c h. The Thomas, grandson of the late
Roscoe will memberl! You are always wel-
to be present. Speed present a AT first Sunday, was the Deacon's Rev.
requested special presentation for come to the friendly church! CHRISTMAS BAZAAR S. A. Thomas of Mt.Sinai
Board, second Sunday jun
Baptist Church and
our own
Christmas. The public is cor- ST. FRANCISXAVIERMake
iors, and third
Sunday Young Miss Joan Storr
guest soloist.
BROWNSVILLE BAPTIST dallly Invited to worship withus it a beautiful Christ- Women's League Congratulations -

at that time. ST. LUKE M. B. mas, be on hand Saturday,December to those Juniors present- Also featured will be youth
Rev. J, E. Wright, pastorC. Sunday, Dec. 24, the youth .
16th, from 2. 7 p.m", ing their version of "Check choirs from the various

Culpepper, reporterThe will present their Christmas Rev. P. W. Wiliams, pastor when St. Francis Xavier's yourself up the automobileway. churches of the city,along with

pastor and members, program during the BTU hour, Church will present its Old- ." Keep pushing Juniors! the other choirs of our church.
.. would like thank the this is to be the best The Deaconess Board will
among Fashioned Christmas Bazaarat This is Just one of the many Please come out and help to
churches who came and rend- Christmas programs presented have an Old Fashion Fellowship 1632 NW 4th Avenue. projects in our BTU. Won't you make this program asuccess.

ered services and also the by the young people. Sunday, Dec. 17. The There will be plenty d gifts, join us. A delicious repast has been

people who came out to make Brother Arthur Brown is in public is Invited, and all for- grab-bags, Jewelry, clothes, Everyone'is invited to attend planned for your enjoyment.

our church's 7th anniversarya Christian Hospital, visit him mer members are asked to toys, Christmas decorationsand Sunday School and our morn- The church is located at 1450

big and ,wonderful success. and all our sick friends and please come out. games for the kids. Con- ing services. Let usnotforget NW 1st Court.

t'' Prayers go out to the sick and members. Continue in prayer Mrs. Evelyn avis, chairman tests and changes for all Din- to bring a little sunshine to our Rev. I. C. Micklns is pas-

shut-ins around the world with and for their recovery. ners will be served. sick and bereaved members. tor.HEMIAMI .

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__ THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 15, 1967 21

OFFICE OF ECONOMIC 1 5outh Florida Conference


Laymen In Annual Session


By: BERNICE S. HENDERSONWest ; governing the election of delegates -

BY: Leo Adderly, Palm Beach The to various meetings.
Center Attorney ::14 laymen of the South Florida State president Felix N.
White invited all laymen to attend
--- Conference AME Church met
GARNISHMENT PROCEEDINGS Nov. 25, during the 77th gathering the Executive Board
of the South Florida meeting to be held at St. Mark
Garnishment Is a legal proceeding used by creditors to obtain Annual Conference in sessionat AME Church, Orlando, January i
satisfaction of an indebtedness from a debtor's wages or Paine Chapel AME Church, 21, 1968.

property that is held by another person, usuallyan employer, ,Rev. T. S. Johnson, pastor, The next South Florida Conference
known as the garnishee. Rev. A. A, Williams, presid- Lay meeting will be
Garnishment proceedings are well known to the low income ing elder, Mrs.Irene L.Taylor held at Mt. Herman AME t
community. The poor usually become acquainted with the law conference lay president and Church Ft. Lauderdale, ,;

covering garnishment when an individual,a relative,or neigh- Bishop and Mrs.Hatcher,pre March 31. The session adjourned
bor Is informed by his employer that a creditor of the employee siding prelates. with te circle of

has caused a writ of garnishment to be served'upon him The afternoon, beginning,at "Brotherly Love" being'' ,..
requiring him to withhold the employee's salary for the credi- 2 o'clock, was given to the laymen formed and each laymen v !!t
tor's benefit. The employee is usually heavily in debt with a Mr. E. J. White,confer pledging his thankfulness In
family to support; but attempting to meet his obligations. Gar- ence chaplain, led in a fervent keeping with the holiday season ':.
nishment of such a person's wages causes a temporary loss of devotion. .
income with which to support himself and his family. it could Mrs. Taylor was presentedby

even cause the employee to lose his job,if.he does not have an Mrs. Lula Baldwin, West FREE CHEST XRAYSFree
understanding employer.All Palm Beach District lay
wages and property of debtors are not subject to gar- president. Mrs. Taylor opened Chest X-rays will tx
nishment, however. There are numerous exemptions and limi- with the laymen's song and available on Christmas.

tations under Florida law to protect the wage earner-debtor the "Ten Commandments of Seal Mobile Chest X-ray unit South Miami Division MTA operators, F. D. Reed
from garnishment which are not known to the Good Conduct for of the
poor. Christian Dade-Monroe Tubercu- (left) and J. H. Johnson were greeted with early
Money owed to a wage earner, who is also the head of a Membership." Her message losis and Respiratory Disease coffee and morning
family, for personal labor or services cannot be garnished in gave praise to the laymen for Association, for all Dade donuts recently for being members of a re-

Florida. The purpose of this exemption, andall others cover their past and present co County residents 18 years of cord.setting safety-minded group. The twenty man operator's
ing garnishment, is to protect the debtor and his family against operation. She continued to age and over, at the following force in South Miami recorded two and half months

financial setbacks. To qualify as "head of a family," there speak of "faith being certain l locations: of total "accident-free days to set a modern day safety

,must be at least two... .people residing! in the home; one of which Image of eternity- marching Monday, Dec. 11Miami- mark
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is a. wage earner ana uiw uuier uepeuuem upon such wage ear- the head of the army of progress Dade Junior College, South
ner's income. Moreover, benefits derived under, workmen's also faith being the root Campus, 11011 SW 104th St.
compensation, wages due to a deceased employee, disability of all good works." Hours 10-1 .. 2-4:30 p.m. Article ly Local Teachersfeatured

income benefits, and proceeds or cash surrender value of a Mrs. Taylor acknowledgedthe Tuesday, Dec.12, McArthurDaIry,6851NE2DdAve.Hours I
life Insurance policy, unless the policy was effected for the presence of all her cabi- In National
benefit of the creditor, are not garnlshable. net members,and further asked 9-12..1-4 p.m.Wednesday Magazine

When garnishment laws are abused by a creditor, e. g, a for a standing welcome ova- thru Friday,December -
creditor attempts to garnish the wages of a debtor he knows tion for the following dis- 15, main post office, Mrs. Marietta Cochran, 4th Earllngton Heights Elementary
to be head of a family, Florida law allows the debtor the right tinguished visitors: Messrs NE 3rd St. and 1st Ave.Hours grade teacher at Earllngton School. She lives at
to sue the creditor for wrongful garnishment. Therefore, the Felix N. White, president of 10-1_2-5 each day. Heights Elementary School, 5158 NW 23rd Avenue, with
laws pertaining to garnishment must be strictly complied with the Eleventh Episcopal Dis- 4750 NW 22nd Ave, is the'author her husband, Robert Cochran,
by the creditor to avoid a countersuit by the debtor. trict Lay Organization; P. J. The March of Dimes, fightIng of "On The Spot," an article Jr., and their son,Steve Wayne
Listen to WKAT, 1260 yourradio dial,every Sunday night McIntosh, executive vice of the birth defects,says a quart- which will appear in the Cochran, 11 years old, who is
11:40 p.m., for legal panel discussions of topics of Merest same organization; Wastell er-million babies are born in December issue of Grade a student at Floral Heights
to you and the community. Francis, state lay parliamentarian the U. S. every year with sIg- Teacher, the professional Elementary School
: B. S. Proctor. presi nificant defects. journal read by more than two- Grade Teacher Is publishedby
den t of the Tampa Florida In to U. S. each day, 700'babies thirds of the elementary Teachers Publishing Corporation
Conference Lay Organization; are born with birth de- school teachers in the U. S. Darien,Connecticut,
SHILOH BAPTISTRev. NEW,BETHEL BAPTIST Selmo Bradley, president of fects, ;says the March of Mrs. Cochran has been a subsidiary of Crowell Col-
the teaching for two lier and Macmillan Inc.
A. M.Griffin,pastorC. Greater Florida Con- Dimes. years at ,
On last Sunday we observedour ference
M. Myles, reporterThe LayOrganization; ..
29th Anniversary.The
Rev. S. A. Cousins, pastor of
youth day will
program ,
h&hligbt was
program Greater Bethel Miami -Delan
p'tong'fUrred beYedl1fr"our<< ; ?
the challenging'message delivered aspirant for the'Blshopric
hearts for years to come.Our ,
by Rev. Dan Ales s I.
also acting in the absence of
speakers, Mr. Walter Lovett
The cathedral and the Celestial
Bishop Hatcher Rev. W. S.
and Mr. Lehman Beneby kept ;
choir gave us a message
the audience electrified with. White, aspirant for the
currents moving over the in songs. Bishopric in 1968; Rev. E. J.
Mrs. Ivadell Hepburn was
church. Jackson, former presiding
We thank crowned our church queen for elder and the Honorable
theTempleltes the year 1967-68. Brother Gerald Sanders of
Choir for their soul stirring Mayor Key
James Rahming is our king and
West. All visitors spoke of action -
. selections. We also thank New N M t
was honored for his unselfish
honesty,church heritage,
Mt. Moriah for singing Zion
services. It was brought out preparation, cooperation and
songs. in the church's history how meeting the challenges of life 1 1Y
Cheryl English the
was much we have progressed and tomorrow.
chairman and did a beautiful
(through God's guidance, may Mrs. Mary Colden summedup
job. To our youth who worked
we continue. the year's work in a clear
you were wonderful, may God ,
Rev. Ernest Williams
pas concise well aw4
bless you.Remember. prepared ''
to visit andpray tor. minute. Mrs. L. D. Hodgins,
delegate to the ConnectionalLay
for th sick and shut-ins.
NEW MT. MORIAH meeting in New Orleans, -

Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor gave an Informative report and
FIRST BAPTIST Evelyn Souter, reporter many suggestions for Improving
There will be a wedding, at our lay organization.Mrs. .
Rev. W. M. Davis, pastor the church, Saturday, at 2:00 Louise Byrd, finan- WIN! WIN!
Donella Turner, reporterThe p.m. cial secretary and all committees
Boy Scourts will have t prayer meeting and Bible made the finest reportsfor

their graduation Thursday, Study each Thursday, at 7:30: the year in the history of EDISON
December 14, at the church p.m. The public Is invited.: the lay organization. FURNITUREEXCHANGE
We hope you and yours will The pastor is asking all auxiliaries Waste Francis, parliamentarian .
attend this affair. to meet on their regu- unraveled and
The Sunday School will elar night each week. cleared up several misinterpreted INC.
its Christmas play Tuesday, The chairman of youth day and misquoted issues ,
December 26. You will really is asking all youths to be pres-
miss a treat if you don't attend ent Sunday morning. CHRISTMAS MORNING 6942 NW 7th Avenue

this affair. Remember the sick, shut- SERVICES AT
We are happy to have had I ins, our pastor, his mother,
some of our member s who bereaved families and those SWEETING'S ESTATEThe Phone 754-5475
were convalescenting, in the i in the armed services in your
public is invited to attend -
worship service Sunday. prayers. Visitors are always the Christmas Morning FREE FREE

welcome. service to be held on the
Sweeting's EState2148NW 10 PIECE LIVING ROOM OR 10 PIECE
dale, at 6:00: a.m. The Rev.
Rev. H. M.Salmon,pastor Louise McGriff, reporterThe Ivory MIzell will deliver the BER 24, 1967. ALL YOU-HAVE TO DO IS

Our morning guest speakerwas morning message was message. The music will bo COME IN AND SIGN YOUR NAME TO BE
Rev. J. S. Blake. Even- delivered by Rev. S. Johnson rendered by the Dillard High
ing guest, was Rev. Glover. from the New Mt. Zion Baptist School Chorus, under the direction ELIGIBLE FOR, THE PRIZE. -

Friday, Dec. )5, 8:00 p.m. Church in Daytonia Beach. of Mrs. Rhoda Snead. ALSO -
our first quarterly conference The evening message was delivered There will be a special gift

will open under the auspices of by our own pastor. and blessing given by Dr. H. LOOK AT THE CHRISTMAS SPECIALS
Sweeting DD to all who attend.
Rev. H. J. Benson, Presiding Visitors are always wel- ,
Elder of West Miami District. come, remember the sick and Breakfast will be served to THAT WE HAVE ON DISPLAY

All officers and members shut-ins and those who have all.The
please attend, we are antici- lost some of their loved ones, Annual Motorcade will Open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Till Christmas
pating a full scale financial re- remember the boys In Vietnam -. begin at 9:00 a.m. when gifts
and candy will be EASY TERMS NO CARRYING
given all CHARGESI
in the to
por. Each member please pay and all the boys
$2.00 assessment. armed services. the children. 1

1 "'t,,i'" ., ,, .11,1.<" JM t t 1',1 i i .4' .1"1',,: '1'. ,','; IIJ I:' '.' .\',',' ,' 'I 1. ,',' .! "I.L 1.',, 'I t' I '

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22- THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 15,1967

ETA Schedules free FAMU Gets $1,000 H5-

I '
Humble Oil Grant

Christmas light Tours T a llahas see.Florida only stipulation Is that the
A & M University received a funds be used to improve the
Metro Transit Authority has children. $1,000 grant from the Humble quality of teaching and research -
expanded its popular Christ- Tours will begin promptly Oil and Refining Company and or to enable outstand-
mas Lighting Tours with the from each loading point at 7s:30 Its subsidiaries. J. Dan Wit- ing students to continue their
mer of the Tallahassee Distributor -
night, Including educations.
announcement of three dif- p.m. every
ferent free trips beginning Sa- Christmas Eve and Christmas presented the checkto Institutions receiving
president George W. Gore,
turday December 16 and run- Night. grants are located throughoutthe
ning nightly through Friday, Free parking will be available Jr of FAMU. nation.Both public and privatelysupported ,
Dec. 29, according to MTA officials .at each loading point. Approximately $775,000will schools are
The tours,and their starting be contributed to educa- Included.
tional institutions during the The Humble Oil Education
Initiated last Christmas as points:
a public service venture, the North Dade Tour -Starts 1967-68 school year, accord- Foundation was established in
I free tours carried more than from City Parking Area, NE ing to M. A. Wright, board December, 1962. "Contribu
tions made to the founda-
6,000 persons to view homes 7th Court and 124th Street,Just are
I and buildings displaying out- west of North Miami City Hall. Refining Company. tion by Humble and its subsi-
standing Christmas lighting This tour will Include North the contributions will be made diaries to help provide the Imperial Potentate, John Henry Hester, Free Holder of Atlantic -
the Humble Oil Edu-
decorations. Miami, North Miami Beach, through support which colleges and City, New Jersey and Imperial Commandress, Dt. Wil-
Beginning Saturday, Dade Miami Shores,El PorteL,Nor- cation FoundationandtheEssoEducation universities need from non- helmina Lewis Means of Detroit, Michigan are pictured pre-
Countians will have a choice of wood and northwest Miami Foundation, government sources In their senting a check for $10,000.00 to Dr. Shubart a past presidentof
touring North Dade, South area. Wright and efforts to achieve excellenceIn the National Jewish Hospital Denver, Colo. This hospitalIs
Dade (Including Coral Gables) colleges their respective fields," one of the many hospitals, universities and colleges which
universities receive
and Central Dade County(Including Central Dade TourStartsfrom Wright said. Grants are madeto receive grants from he Imperial Council Shrine (Tuberculosis
Hlaleah and Miami MTA Terminal, S. E. grants totaling $363,000 from accredited colleges and uni- and Cancer Foundation Fund,further this hospital receives All,
Springs) on separate routes 3 Avenue and Flagler Street, the Humble Oil Education versities In which a minimumof with a slogan, "None Can Pay Who Can Enter, None Can Enter
specifically designed to view In Downtown Miami. Tour Includes Foundation. four years of undergraduate Who Can Pay."
the finest decorations. Each Bay Heights,southwest Most of the grants are to departments study is offered.
tour will last approximately Miami area, Miami area, Mi- of a college, to be
I three hours with a scheduled ami Springs and Hialeah spent at their discretion. The I
rest stop on route. Printed South Dade Tour Starts
circulars will describe each from City Hall Parking area, QUALITY
of the homes anddlsplays City of South Miami,6000 Sun- HOWARD
along each route. set Drive. This tour includes .
Seating for each tour will be South Miami, Coral Gables, 1 1
on a first come, first served southwest Miami area, West. SEAFOOD CENTER .
basis parents are requestedby Chester, Perrine and Cutler r
MTA to accompany their Ridge. ct .

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THE MIAMI TIMES.. 'FrldW._Decemktr fW; \' 23'; !'

Did Negro Middle Class !

Trigger Recent Riots? I

San Francisco. The Ne- President of the American to invest in tne creation of i mt m :aIMHW '

gro middle class,motivated by Jewish Committee, Mr. Perl- more thriving ghetto economj
"rising expectations"broughton mutter caleed for the Govern- and in the uprooting of thE
by unfulfilled promises,has ment to establish
a five-year slums. "There is need for
triggered the riots of recent blueprint for progress against to underscore for our Govern-
summers poor discrimination and restricted ment the simple truth that it
and uneducated Negroes, an opportunity, to declare a na- is in the nature,of business to
expert this week tional FRESH COLLARD'S AT FREDDY'S EVERYDAY
intergroup priority for attainable seek profits," he explained
told the American Jewish goals, and to set national mea "What we must do is legiti-
Committee's National Executive suring devices to Indicate our '\ ';/ ; : 'iI'" '
mize the businessman's com ,;. .:\, yqjvp jpasmw.,.. I. ;)" "
m ,
Board, gathered at the success or failure attaining (, : .q. n : c "
ing into the ghetto, and do sc ( \ :
Fairmont Hotel here at Its an- these aims. "This is impor- by the standards of our very H" iIET: TURIlEVS''J!{ 'itI
nual meeting. tant administratively," he economic system." qJ I

Stating that "a meaningful said, "and crucial psychologically tfOUNGTURKEY, ::.' I:),' 'fl i', 111
." (6)) We must not neglect the iti'IhII, r
segment of our society is In problems of the city's white .\ "II .
revolutionary ferment," Na- (3)) Even in the face of Con- 9S.
poor -- a warning recently 'il 4 l B CB
than perlmutter, Directorof gressional opposition, Mr. raised In a widely circulated "
the AJC's Department, of Perlmutter said,we must con- magazine article by Dr. TENDERIZED
Domestic Affairs, said that tinue to press for widening Murray Friedman, AJC's
"we must unlash the success- proposals for guaranteed
Pennsylvania area director.
potential of the employed and minimum incomes, for family While we are preoccupied SMOKED .

educated Negro's expecta- allowances, and for the Government the Negro slum,Mr.Perlmutter ..._. '"W ,
tions" and in this way "take to take the role of"an said, "poor whites have t, f ' ,l NJ ':,rI" '"..{,.'}ri? } r N
over the revolution"within the employer of last resort.*Such stewed and simmered in their : '
confines of a revived conceptof activities should be substituted resentments in dozens of : ; : : ::11, I'

integration.He for current anti-poverty American cities." Our urban .. "
added that the middle- measures, which simply pro- efforts will be wiser If, in a .
claaj Negro's life style mustbe vide services to the poor; In total strategy for the city, the
this way, he said, we would
decaying neighborhoods of
"within ambition's reach of
help rid the poor of their poverty white BONES 12tLENTON'S
underclass nationality'groups are
the Negro pointing .
to the recent elections of more urgently considered,
Carl Stokes as Mayor of ((4) End such ghetto slogansand their housing rehabilitated,
Cleveland as a step In this di- cliches of"demagogy and their schools bettered.. To be ( Q llS
rection. Stokes' election, he apartheid" as "indigenous thus responsive will likely be Tj _

said, not only reassured hundreds leadership" and "community more advantageous to the Ne- .., ,..,
of middle..class Ne- action" when it is education gro than to simply dismiss .
groes inC leveland but also and Jobs that the Negro uncbr- white counter-rioters as 'bi- SPECIAL HOMADESAUSAGE

sparked the ambition of thousands class needs. Otherwise, Mr. gots' -- and further alienate

of young Negroes In the Perlmutter warned, "thesenew them." LB. 25C

underclass. cliches will eventually Founded in 1906,the American -
burst, spilling heart-sore dis
Jewish Committee is the
From studies of the riots, illusion." pioneer human relations agen- fRKH KILLED )C$

Mr. Perlmutter explained, 'it ((5) The Government must cy in this country. It combats
is, or should be, apparent that make it attractive, through bigotry, protects the civil and
the match that ignites the in-
such measures as tax accom- religious rights of Jews here
fernos of Is not
our summers modations and meaningful- and abroad and advances the BUDGET
among the Negro poor or the surance, for private business cause of human rights for all.

Negro vontrary.uneducated.They are the Quite tinder the, SLICED BACON 3 LBS. 1

as the poor and the uneducatedwere

in the Petrograd of, 1817.

in the Negro middle and near-
middle classes. It Is they who
have glimpsed, In pay check PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM! FEET orMAWSjf7SUNSHINE

and in school, the elusive

dreams of our promises; it Is -, -.
they whose cupped ears have SWEETSSUGAR
heard America's boastful and Call J SALES LIMIT .1 WITH 5 POUND
conning rhapsodizing. Having
nibbled and liked to the pointof $5.00 ORDER OR MORE PKG.

hungering, having waited CHARLES '
and waited, and:waited, they Y1TA GOLD"sINEAJuIoN25C: "
have determined to shoulder

their way to our table-.and In # ROGERS !

so doing, the Negro middle i .
class is acting out an old i M\"r AT PL 1-750Z
script. ....

"It's in our history books, PIANO, ORGAN,'SCOTT SKIMMED MILK CANS 29*

although the black militants' ,STEREO OR ORCHESTRA ._ _
middle class antecedentswere
called- the bourgeoisieback INSTRUMENTS.' ::60 COUNT : rj : a
In Louis xvrs time.And ( : '
if West Indian Stokely Car- ,1i:1181
michael, a Howard University ) "I s '." 1' ;I s}DJ.j

philosophy major, and Floyd SWIFT'S PREM.

]lawyer McKissick, are not, middle-class representativeof I I LUNCHEON MEAT 3 1a oz. $1BEANS

the Negro underclass, why, \ cA NrLARGL'
neither were Lenin or Trotsky
proletarians." GR.A. rs ,

4, '41
Out of the "jumbledexperiences" GS 3 tM

of recent summers,
Mr. perlmutter offered six: {
guidelines; wb yLARGE, .,.r? r' a ''h 'w,

(1) The concept of Integraitlonmustberesuscltated1 i'/
] a-IY.
"break up the ghetto,"'he urged f 0L FRESH LOCAL

adding; "Real integration
is people communicating withS
and responding to other peo- n 1r LB ;:
ple. People must have ongoing.

organized patterns for Inter- .
racting with one another If they\ BLEACHFKEDfiY'S GAL. PLASTIC JUG 394

are to arrive at common val- SELL 'HlA PPINEtS'AMERICA'S I
ues and common standards. U
an urban community contains LARGEST DISPLAY

,separate sub-communities, At the tr...r..... .f rlh-Swlh l.pr....e yONIT '
possibilities for peace diminish SUPifiOI !
In relation to the frus- CORNER N.W..54th ST.ft N.W.3rjl*YE. .

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: 26 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 15, 1967 Ii'j


if!J ":d; S. L. McNEAL EARL'S ZEBRA LOUNGE 0. CULMER ON 2 Locations to Serve You, !
& 4400 NW 7th Avenue
1/ Bookkeeping Tax Service
\"1 ,:;: 1730 NW 57th Street Earl Edwards, Prop. Public Accountant Auto lis.roleeLiability

; I,: 691.2114 SHADDIE'STAVERH Income Phonei Tax 633.3735- Notary PhYllcal
: 6800 NW 15th Avenue
I'll BARBERSHOPSBASSMAN Live Entertainment Weekends 52604 N W 204th Avenue DamageSR Paradise
t \ :, BARBER SHOP 22 FilingNo Dugie's
t I ii' 6580 NW 22nd Avenue REAL ESTATE RECORD SHOPS One Refused
,.I John Hoiklns, Jr., Prop. UNITED RECORD CENTER GOOD DRIVERS 2966 NW 47th St. 633-9396
6265 NW 7th Avenue
J" 1262 NW 32nd Street ,
No Finance Charge AND
..do. DRESS SHOPS 635-3177 Latest Hit Record & LPs
s ''.. PATRICIA'S INC. UPHOLSTERYAL'S at little as I
t I"\' 5843 NW 17th Avenue 4932 LIFE NW 7th REALTY Avenue UPHOLSTERY 15% DOWN Dugies Guest House
,'. 696.3515 PL 9-4371 5509 NW 7th Avenue !
"s. 759.8907 AT SHELL'S CITY 2941 NW 47th St. 634-3851
j our on page 22"
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.. ... JOHNSON & SONS brother.,
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( I LAUNDRY & 4653 NW 32nd Avenue 0.0 N.W.7th Avenue
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t 696-0862 SIMMONS 24 HRS. SERVICE

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I Alpha Pi Chi Sorority Closes Regional Convention Here : :

A highly successful and en- held here In Miami's Ever- the formal activities.The tendance. derstand, feel, observe, ab- treasurer; Vivian Harris, recording -** i !{
lighting Regional Conventionof glades Hotel. A "Splash four day Southeastern, Soror Peggy Dean, local sorb, listen and live. secretary; Delores I
I the Alpha Gamma Chapterof Party" at the home of Soror Convention started November president and Soror Carmetta The convention ended with a Bankston, corresponding secretary
Alpha Pi Chi Sorority was Juanita Thompson precluded 23, under Regional presidentE. Brown, vice president were on guided tour of Miami and with ; Dorothy Cooper, historian
hand to greet the more than for
tho National Convention and convention chair-
Gertrude of Atlanta
Mature Women Urged to president Thompson got 300 visiting sorors. to be held at the Shorham man, Claudia Jasper; Parliamentarian
I the Thanksgiving week-end Highlights of the successful Hotel.W _sh1nto; D. C., Julj Mildred Johnson,
Return to CollegeAll with a spirited greeting. meetings Included an address 15.Members Carol L. McKlnnon, Minnie I
from National President JuliaM. of the host chapter James, Portia Bannister,
mature women who are of Being on Educated Women. Chapters from Alabama, Washington.Speaking on in attendance wereSorors Juanita Thompson, Doris
Interested In returning to college Dr. Mary-Jeannette Taylor, Georgia, North Carolina. the subject "Beyond Our Peggy Dean, President, Martin and your reporter
or to begin college are Invited Dean of Student Personnel South Carolina, Washington, selves." Soror Washington Carmetta C. Brown, vice Gloria W. Littlefield, publicity -
to attend an Open House Services at Miami-Dade Jr. D. C. and Florida were to at admonished the group to un- president, Helen Wiley, chairman.

sponsored by WOMEN! (Wo- College will be on hand to an- NOTICE 2 STORES TO SERVE YOU NO-CONE
men's Organization for the swer questions and give en- SUPER
March on Education Now!) on couragement to those who SALE MACHINE
December 15, at 8 p.m. in the might be hesitant about returning OPEN TOPUBLIC BIG ROCKSTHIRS.FRI.SATrSUN. SKATES
faculty dining room of the student to their studies. .w 99in
center of MiamiDade WOMEN! is a student organization
Jr. College, North Campus. dedicated to inspiring trt aTValue'
Guest speaker will be Dr. women in the communityto ) S Daily 10-9, Sun. 10-7
Lynn R. Bartlett, coordinatorof return school and to find 1'N1fTOtl'll o. : o
Women's Residence Halls, ing solutions to problems mature 5315 N.W. 36th Acre. 1421 N.W.1th Ave.Ph. i iETON IIO ROCK!
University o f Miami, whose women may encounter in 633-1142 Ph. 373.9710 [ CUARANTEEtTODU
topic will be "The Challenge school. DOT
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and girls have opening for ambitious

young men and women free to travel! east Ccorgy6irI
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ing to learn and ready to leave. No experience The GO GO I.M: two'Mikes erdlninr Sno-Conii In cubu.from
oreducational requirements. Trans Top'then with delicious
TEENAGE DOLL fruit syrup ilivw, which
portation furnished, all expenses taken care Ira 'included foe i
of while in training. Parents welcome at in- Swinging has black 20', blond high or Georgy red hair Girl trNti tangy,, llirorH/ taste

terview. Call for appointment. Traymore falling In a twitch over her _.
Hotel, 531.0331 between 9 and 5. shoulder Her .s;

legs are fully 29 IIC ROCKS RABieS .
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perfect balance of elements. "" g y Girl WALKING DOG t ; ,
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balance of eTements.dryness, flavor black mesh.of $200.11.stockings ,.ws. HG ....... ..699 tJ'J_,if1!J\1"M.7.I.>.t. ;;'Cf if"

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28 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 13, W6/ _

Vocational' and Technical' EducationalProgram


:, InadequateA try

legislative committee re- A companion survey seek programs were adequate, 60 Dade would need 14 field rep- wnr ,;
ported Sunday that Florida ing opinions and facts from of the 67 counties said "no." resentatives to contact the unemployed
school superintendents feel those who employ graduatesof Two felt they were sufficient, "especially in the
that present vocational and the vocational programs is one gave a qualified "yes," ghetto areas," at a cost of
technical education programsfor almost 50 per cent complete. and four did not reply. some $120,000.
high school students,dropouts Myron L. Ashmore, Broward's -
; and adults are Inadequate. According to Rep. Fred "Less than half our senior Superintendent, decried 4
Schultz of Jacksonville, com high schools have completed the lack of Industrial educa
The Legislative Select mittee chairman, both polls vocational programs now and tion. He said inadequate facUlties -
f Committee on Education met will be valuable to the legislators approximately 40 shops and and insufficient staff pre -i
in Miami and received its sub- considering future acts laboratories will be needed vented the program from
committee's report on vocational to maintain, expand or improve within the next five years reaching those it should reach.
technical and adult edu- the ,. _
programs throughout reported Dade SuperintendentJoe Thirty eight counties reported v
cation covering a monthlongpoll the state. Hall. they had no active student recruiting .
of school superintendents. When asked if their: county He told the sub-committee program.

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South Dade
new team member has then a door man showed us to
joined the Teacher Corps and our cabanas and we changedfor News r t
we bid him welcome. Mr. swimming.We .
,Ueridlth Ellison, who specia-
lizes in teaching science. He swam for one hour, and Members of Mount Moriah __ v-.. ,''''''' ,...,<_ ......._o_ .
afterwards we relaxed for one "
has behind him number of
successful a of half hour, and then had a lunchof Baptist Church are happy to Smiling prettily under her tiara and proudly displaying / -. r
being a
years have their pastor back aftera
hotdogshamburgers, her trophy is Whilemina Kimpson who won the
chemist in Industry. We welcome
him aboard. French fries, and soda. vacation in Camile, Ga.,and title of "Miss Pan American" in a contest sponsoredby
other places.His inspirationalsermon Pan Am Employees Social Club. Wilhelmlna is the

Student editorial for this After that we went into the on Sunday was enjoyed daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Kimpson of 2501
lounge and played bingo. The by all.Sunday.
NW 159th St. Johnson of Miami photo.
week written John Mc-
was by winner was Edna'Mae Rolle night services were
Cray of Section 86.It is called She received a prize. conducted by the Rev. H. T. .
A new image at Dorsey." Cruthfield of Greater Slloam

Th had a dance con- MAIMIAN AWARDED Baptist Church Chicago. Ill i
"For several years Dorsey test.the winners both got tro- While here: he Is the houseguest Your'TO
Junior High has been known as phies. They were Harry Glover FOREIGN STUDY of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde

a school that was in desperateneed and Marjorie Dennis. GRANT.Announcement Collier. MORE PROFITS & PRESTIGE
of a new image. The stu- was made The Sip 'N Bite Restaurantis
dent population was known to Then we loaded up on busses recently in Atlanta, Georgiathat now under new management.Three COULD BE ADVERTISINGYOUR
be about 25 %hoodlums where and jwentto the Miami Beach Gail L. Williams, a Junior sisters, Ardie, Lola,
there was little learning and Auditorium. We heard a variety at Spelman College, had and Bessie are owners. BUSINESS IN
much disturbance. But now as of singers and also saw been selected as one often students On Sunday, Pall Bearers
time rolls by you can see comedians. to be awarded the Lodge No. 10 will visit sick eZ1xlR lli i111e
change beginning to take place. Charles F.Merrill Fellowship members, Mrs.Eva Wire, Mr,
"Sing America"was the Award for foreign study. The Jasper Sanders and Mrs.
Like a long, horrible night, theme of a group of young sing award is in the amount of$3- Clara Bryant. 6530 NW 15 Ave
coming to an end there is a newdawn ers who performed for us. A 000 and shall take effect during
breaking with a golden famous rock-and-roll group, the 1968-69 school term. 691-0421
sun climbing the DO YOU NEED HELP?
slowly over
"The Blue Notes," also sang Miss Williams, a graduateof
horizon. This is bow it feelsto for us. Next we had dinner, Miami Northwestern]JH I g h YOU HAVE A I

see these changes taking which was chicken and potato School, is the daughter of Mrs. PROBLEM? !

"place. salad. Our escorts were Mrs. Eura W. Thomas, 1881 NW 48 They came (for many reasons =

You see, this I know for I A. E. Russell, and Mr, T. S. St., Miami. ; sick, troubled debts, .
student at and Greer and Mrs. Martin.We nervousness, money problems
am a Dorsey
"I JACKSON'S TODDLE INN and dom.stlctrouble.. 1IrkwW
know that we students have _*
more spunk than wild stallions would: like to thank the' Some have been able to buy I
Il and a great staff of teachersare B'nai B'rith Organization for Jackson's Toddle Inn presents homes, cars, pay off old
able to mold these kids Into. sponsoring this wonderful a pageant No Room In bills, get lobs, and even
trip." The inn," Thursday night December pay their children's way
the best kind of men and women -
21st, at Greater New through college and even
Seven Negroes of Dart Macedonia Church, 3165 NW go into business of their )' 'jiwml!
0' mouth, Mass., including Paul 56th St., at 7:00 p.m. own.
Our are TLC (Tender
C U and his brother John All problems all
u e your your
:Loving Care. ) determination,
understanding and last but not protested on February 10, heartaches, your sickness,
1780 in a petition to the revolutionary In 1957, the Bahamas Government your troubles could be very
least for
If thereIs
courage '
legislatureortheir declared a large portion well over with this adapt.dpray.r
no togetherness and'responsibility state, against the tact that they of the necklace-like chainof on faith and belief.
then excuse" me, for were subjected to taxation the ExumaCaysaBahamian Jesus said: If two of you i
loving my school. without the right to vote. National Park. shall agree on earth as
touching anything that they r r s
Fifty Dorsey ites had a day in shall ask it shall be done
"fun :Jn the sun" last Sunday, for them the word agree tiVftMf' Eld 10 HOT YMH r 01TJPI
December 10, at the Monte LIFE INSURANCE means blending out t faith I r
Carlo Hotel on Miami Beach. and our desirefor specific

Naomi Cobb, ninth grade stu- purposes, it is faith act
dent council member, describes Doesn't Cost It PaysLast that will move God to perform ..
the day In her own miracles.You .
words: can write for your pray IrtoBMrtft

life insurance benefit In er and lessons today. Senda $ ScoP|
year payments and $
"We spent the day at the self addressed envelope 9wr
Monte Carlo Hotel. Whenwe America amounted to more than $12,000,000- along with a $2.00 donation mdPdUrtiMijif.i2;: .
got there, we heard a welcome 000.00. to: : ';; -' v-''.*; .' .", ;
speech by the hotel manager, REV. L. HATTENP. beauty saton:;bNrug if orev ,: : ; '' ,. .

Less than half, $5,200,000,000.99 were for 0. Box 1176) A totte ftontlt Supplyphly It 50timpie
death Pompano Beach, Florida
ALLAPATTAH ELEM payments. $6,800,000,000.00 was '
Visit our prayer and blessing '
paid to "Living Policyholders" in the form service. Call Area AddBLESSINGS T-EMPtE S 1 ')(

School The Allapattah parent-Teacher Elementary Association of policy dividends, surrender values, disability Code 30S.972.S342..pom.pano GRpWER
Beach Fla.
will hold its December payments, mature endowments, and annuity
meeting in the school'scatetorium,4700NW12thave payments.
nue, at 7:30,Tuesday,Decem. BLESSINGS BLESSINGS
Joan S t o r r, soloist
with the Concert Choir, Uni- BUILD UP A SAVINGS The man born with the gift, Rev. Roosevelt Franklin of Macon.Ge.rgl..1t Is
versity of Miami, has graciously THROUGH LIFE INSURANCEINSURANCE through God that I can remove all evil conditions, some questions you may i
consented, sing with wish to know Do you need money? Is my sickness natural? Can my nui- "\>0.
the Allapattah school group, band stop drinking? Can my wife stop drinking? Can my loved ones be returned 'j.;
which is making its second ? They call me the (Rootman), but I am only a servant of God. Because "
public appearance.The CENTRAL LIfE God Is the answer, to all life's problems. I am thekingof all modern'i iprofis.
) .Send for my special I selected Bible verses.To be) read on special days.
hour program will Include Send self-addressed stamped envelope and $2.00 for Bible verses and spin-!
group ,singing, choral COMPANY tual message. You will, receive RIMe verses by return moil. Send to:
readings, pantomimes,and the
brief program of the singing REV. 'ROOSEVELT FRANKLIN ti
The public Is cordially
Invited to attend. 630 MORROW AVENUE, MACON, GEORGIA 31201 1
Mrs. Louise Goree, President I I Specialize in All Case Work PHONE: Area Code 912-745-6475 /i/ I
Doles prin '"
Mosely E. I
cipal.Jit .

1 I

I MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 15, 1967 29

Johnny Allen and Carl Fuller to Head ,, '

with. I
Spearing ........
Bethune Cookmall WildcatsThe

Bethune-Cookman Col- and equaled the mark again
SPa. m I lege Wildcats opened its 1967- last year." Allen has received
68 Basketball season against honorable mention on the 1967

.... Clark College at Atlanta, Ga., NAIA Basketball All America
December 11. Other games in Team other veterans include
BY HARRY SPEAR December will include Allen Jerome Hamler, John Beach,
University in Columbia; Flo- Otis Fells, Clarence Young-
rida Memorial in St. Augus- blood and Melvin Jackson.
AMAZING DOLPHINS BEAT SAN DIEGO tine and Alabama A. & M. at McClarien said, "we should

More than 23,000 spectators screamed their heads off over Daytona get a lots of help for a group of
te exciting game the Dolphins played last Sunday. It seems The Bethune-Cookman Col- newcomers especially in the M
unbelieving for such an improvement in the Dolphins last three lege squad finished last sea- rebound department." James
games, with two wins and one close lost to the league leading son with a 20-8 record and Whitehead a 6'5" forward
Oakland Raiders by score of 17- 14, This improvement alone seems to be a sure bet to makea from Norfolk, Virginia has
answers for itself, with the 41-24 rout of the San Diego Char- serious bid for the SIAC title shown up well in preseason aMr MIr..
gers, a team that was fighting to keep in contention with the according to Jack McClarien, drills. Other newcomers are S 1
Oakland Raiders for a hold on first place. I can go on talking athletic director and head Sylvester Red dick, Jerome ..
about last Sundays game, over and over again, but about next coach "We have seven re- Thomas, Richard Thompson,
weeks game, when the Dolphins take on the Buffalo Bills. The' Fuller, a 6'9"center,who was Owen Harris, Ronnie Johnsonand
Bills are having the troubles that the Dolphins had at the beginning drafted number seven by the William Leary.
of the season. I look for the game to be Just as excit- St. Louis Hawks during his The Wildcats first home
ing as last weeks. These two teams will be fighting for last Junior year and Johnnie Allena game is scheduled for December .
place. George Wilson and his coaches have worked hard to 6'8" forward who set a 16, against Alabama A& M r-r r rrwrrwwrr wr .r. .+. ier w.r.rrr ++..r.-
: keep up its improvement, which we hope will continue. school record in his first year College of Huntsville

This coming Sunday, Dec. 17, will be f a m i l y day at the 4F
L Orange Bowl, the Dolphins management is making this tre-
Palm Beach Basketball
; mendous offer. The entire family will be admitted for the priceof
$5.00, no matter how many children you bring along. I hopeto
see you all Sunday at 4:30: p.m. Classic To Provide

"Any wh.,. In tho world
MATCHLESS FAVORED IN BRIGHT MEMORIALThe Great Intertainment .. ., you want to go"
ninth running of the $10,000 added James H. Bright .;:! DOUBLE ACTION NOMOBE4TNDOTMF
Memorial Handicap for native born twoyearolds at one mile The Eighth Annual Palm of River la Beach talented / S6UYlW1m
and a sixteenth is the week's featured attraction at Tropical Beach Basketball Classic basketball background or col- 2 MESSES HAIR III PLACE '
park. Also within the week's activities Is the $5,000 Senorita which: will be held in the New lege basketball experience.The 8 : 111
Handicap for freshman fillies and the second leg in both the West Palm Beach city audi- main attraction will fea- L4umu
Sunshine and Florida Endurance Series.The Senorita and Sunshine torium, Tuesday, Dec. 26, at ture the flying Falcons of Mi "Your N.lghborhood TravolAgnt
Series will be run on Wednesday while the Florida En- 8:00 p.m., will bring to sport ami-Dade Junior College, FOR SALE "
durance Series will accompany the running of the Bright Memorial lovers of the Palm Beach area North against the fast break Jewelry Store and >
two stellar basketball games. ing Pacers of Palm Beach Junior As noar to you o. your
The preliminary game between College. The pacers havea Watch Repair. Same .t.,....... Clvo us a call.if' .
Foremost among those seen at Tropical park this season .
NW 3rd
location 1946. dollvor. 1104
and who loom as possible high weights for the Bright Mem the White Horse "five"who new look this year and are since Avo. PR 9-8451. Cho.. C.
orials is Camalin Stable's Matchless and Bright View Farm's will be led by Glen Bur- out to show the Palm Beach- Will sacrificeillness.Call North. Monopcr.rf .
Beat A Tip.Matchless. gess, a former star with the ers their new" team which will 379-6814 ((8 to 5))

a five time winner this season, has won both of Maroon Devils of Roosevelt feature W. Jakes, Findley,
his Tropical Park efforts in convincing style.The son of Am- High School. Burgess's bri- McElroy, Stover and many
behaving appears to be a natural distance horse and the 1-1/16 gade is noted for their high others.
miles of the Bright Memorial will be to his liking. scoring.
The TAA Warriors will be Elaborate half-time enter Jf We
I HORSES TO WATCH led by a former Kennedy High tainment is planned ,and a $
School ace point maker, Earl dance for all will be held after

BUXTON DEAR- Ready at first asking Pleasant, along with several the game. fix //ft Home

WINSOME nEVI' In top form __L .. I
= .., .... "'...
J' "' -- "' '
LJQv bras ieaEhe bes }orm f
that San Diego Chicago or Seattle will give us much help in
MONTAGE-Needed last outing .. .
NOBLE LAND .Snug ride neeked beating the Warriors "We're going. to have to do thejob our-
OPDLENT Ready for best REPAIRS
OCALA TEMPEST Ready to repeatC. Tickets for the six games here which includes games againstthe
U. LATERReady next out Boston Celtics, Detroit Pistons, Philadelphia 76ers, New
York Knickerbockers and Los Angeles Lakers, are now on
sale at the Miami Beach Auditorium. The box office is open STEREO: II

FLORIDA-BRED STAKE SATURDAY each day from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and
from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday. Reserved seats are $5,

0. K. Duke, Jr.'s International Classic winner, Abstained, $4, and $3.MARINE. RADIO
will try for her second straight stakes victory Saturday night
when Flagler presents its first annual Florida-bred Championship STADIUM ALTERED COURSEThe
Stake with $3,000 in added money:
While Abstained figures to win particularly if she draws
one of the inside boxes--this is an easy sort of assignment. Miami Marine Stasium race course is undergoing a
change which will allow more thrilling action in the fabulous
Among those opposing her, for' instance, are Copier, who Orange Bowl "250," Dec. 17, and subsequent powerboat re-
ran third after holding a good early lead in the International; gattas.

and Fred Whitehead's Canis, winner of the $31,400 Biscayne Previously, boat drivers have been forced to make "right e
All-Florida Championship, the Biscayne and'St. Petersburg angle" turn from the boat pit into the 3,300-foot straightaway
derbies, and runnerup in the$25,000 Biscayne Irish-American. paralleling the grandstand. Drivers felt this sharp turn slow

last winter,, . .ed entry into the racing area. '* AMERICA JURNlttiRf230J !
Deepening of the boat pit "gateway" will be completed by
Others in the field are D. Q. Williams' Clarless, who ran
Dec. 14 to give drivers to make trial .
Granny's Pick; Frank Hall's Palm Beach track champion and opportunity runs. NI
$2 m
The Miami Marine Stadium is also the site of the Interna-
Inaugural winner, Reaske,Tim; Discreetly,winneroflastwln.
tional Regatta another feature of the Bowl Festivalon
ter's Orange
International winnerof
Classic, Pot Luck's Dwight Might, 6 and
Jan. 7.
the Orange Park Derby in Jacksonville'and Gene Randle's _.
Hopewedo, Miami Beach Marathon Course record holder and a
semifinalist In the Classic last week.
BONNY BRIDE-A red hot one next time out.
SCOTSTOWN Hold back 'til he gets an inside box.
LITTLE ANSWER Bound to come through in next start or
two. Robert Strapp, president of
SILENTO ROLL -Watch for his next start on the marathon the MiamiChapter of the
course. Florida A& M University / FLORIDA-BRED CHAMPIONSHIP
KEOTANE Just missed in his last. Likes outside box Alumni Association, announced ''
K. C.'S ALKAN-A good one with relish. the meeting time of the organization :
to the local press.
The meeting is scheduledfor

16 in the conference room of

opening game of the sil-gameslatetheSt. Louis Hawks the Roosevelt Branch of First
will play in Miami this fall'will probably decide first place in Federal Savings and Loan Association ,
the Western Division at least for the time being. ((6015 Northwest 7th '
>r4EtlQikf" 'IL
The Hawks will clask with San Francisco in the opener here Avenue). aauttEo T11'JlV
Sunday night, Dec. 17 in what will be the sixth meeting of the Final reports from the
season between the two clubs. Orange Blossom Classic will
"We play San Francisco eight times during the year," Hawks be presented and plans for the
General Manager Marty Blake remarked, "which means we Alumni Banquet will be dis LWikr'
will face the Warriors only twice more after our game here cussed.Mr. .
with them. Strapp is requesting all
I "The way the race in the West shapes up now, it will be members to be present at.this
between the ,Hawks, Warriors and Lakers and it isn't likely Important meeting



30 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 15, 1967

k Baptist Women's Council Guest Of Mrs. FosterThe I

of cheer and happiness .
i CARLTON Last Friday evening the ments. The strains of "HolyNight" guest. He was presented Interesting by the. predominated throughout
president and made an
palatial home of Mrs. Callie were sung and prayerswee and informativead- the evening. At the clostof
Mae Foster was the scene of offered by Mrs.Virginia the meeting the guests were ,
dress to the college and
,an attraction. The spacious Grant o f Mt. Olivette Baptist as ushered into the dining room
REALTY ground was adorned with Church and Mrs. Samuel needs. Accompanying of to, feast on roast turkey, bak-
Christmas lights and a huge Atchison 0 f Mt. Calvary read Dunsky was the president ed ham, string beans, candied
the Alumni Associaton of the
Christmas tr$q| Shone,through the second chapter of St.Luke yams, and .many, many other
Each Mr. Dunsky; director of the college. to
the window. room was enjoyables, too numerous
Other interesting guests
decorated with Florida Memorial College De-
gayly poinsettias mention. They left declaringMrs.
and Christmas or na- velopment Fund, was a special were Mr. and Mrs. William Foster an ideal hostess.
CALL 635-3177 Fate of Detroit, Michigan,
will be on
Mrs. M 1 c k1 DB, in her usual The next meeting
FHA 2 BDRM, 1 BATH, CBS, tile roof, HELP WANTEDPORTER brilliant way, responded to the Friday Jan. 12, with Miss

I vinyl. 1 floors, $10,000, $300 down, $62.22 m o. guests. Marie White.

FHA 3 BDRM, PA BATH, CBS, terr. firs, Permanent position. Prefer ages 40-55, excellent employee -
benefits. Call personnel department for ap
cpt., cor. new rf.$12,900$400 dn, $80.18 mo.
Fla rm, & pic window. Must ..ell
$14,50, $450 down. $90.12 mo. (An' Equal Opportunity Employer)
531-0711 1651 ALTON ROAD Realty Inc.
FHA DUPLEX. Extra houseCBStile rfs., King ,
Income. $175 mo. Live free.Must see. $20,500,
$1100 down. $124.49110. .
r r r s

3 BDRM, I BATH CBS, ipoeloiii home.Lge 8 000 WW7Bve 693 2881
fenced. cor. $H,$OO. $1000 down, $90 mo. {'

3 BDRM, I BATH CBS, tile roof, Ige. garage,
$11,500, $1500 down. $97 mo. all. V OPEN 7 DAYS LITTLE RIVER DRIVE

VETERANS & DISPLACED PERSONS $1 m DOWN :/. 4 bedrooms, 2 bath, garage, air cond., Fla room,

screened patio, carpeting, FHA terms. Best buy
";) ;PAY' LESS THAN, RENT OWN(,YOUR IIOft4Ei/. in area.

Ivy A House Today .ei(( 2 bedroom CBS large: Fla 'room' iUeoof, x WATERFRONT 9421 LITTLE RIVER BLVD.
'also, and well { yard!
I water and pump! ? or your ;
((1)I) 3207 NW 68th St. $100 down. $20 wk. tove .refrigerator,; air conditioner. Bargain'ct I 3 bedroom, Fla room, garage, stove and, refrigerator. -
jt) : i i FHA terms. Vets $100..

((2) 14265 NW 22nd Pl.-Opa-locka, $200 down ACROSS FROM SCHOOL W. LITTLE RIVER 9015 NW 12 AVENUE

$56 month, FHA. 8418 NW 24th Ave. Lovely 2 bedroom CBS, right Beautiful 2 bedroom, Fla room, stove, refrigera
next to schools. Tile roof, carport, awning win- tor, sprinkler, well and pump. Only $15,000 FHA.
((3)) 3274 NW 68th St. $50 down. $20 wk. dows, air conditioner, stove, refrigerator. FHA
$13,000, $400 down and $80.82 month.IEMJttrU1Li 935 NW 83 STREET

((4)) 3850NW 170th St.-3 bedroom, $300 down. 2 bedroom beauty, carport, painted inside and

'NW, .'A* -NUl'.- ,. ..EflIV1N1M.....", ''' out. Only $11,500. Vets $100 down.

((5)) 1370 NW 58th Terr. $500 down. No [ : room.. ',2' batft CBS front porch' :"'"COM,,, '
'wjnd w*, 'wall to ,woll(+tflff.tlog; 1351 NW 51 TERRACE
qualifying. "area' near"schools:';shoplagSbuj' 2 bedroom, Fla room, carpeted, Manor Park area.
| ( ),\$400 down;W.82 llOntt\! ;' rfMMi FHA terms. Vets $ICO down.
down. No qualify
((6)) 5537NW4th Ave.-

Lovely 3 bedroom CBS, tile roof, |laloule win large 2 bedrooms, Fla room, largo closets,
((7)) 3034 NW 56th St. 3 bedroom, $100 dwn. dows, terrazzo floors, modern kitchen, lots of garage. Vets $100 down. Don't pass this up. .,
cabinets, large landscaped lot. Near everything.FHA .
((8)) 1381 NW 96th St. '- 3 bedroom, 2 bath $12,500, $400 down and $77.61 month. 1861 NW 42 STREET
home. .: 1 bedroom-duplex. Almost new. Only $11,OOO'
.0UTSTM' BUY '-. LESS THAN RENT.f1)fl''rn FHA 'terms. Live rent free.

t ((9)) 3420 NW 10th1' Av .. 2 houses on 1 lot. 3 bedroom CBS in n w..area near'schools A OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 24 HOUR SERVICE
hopping, but, Jalousie windows, large lot, op '
.pUances.! Bargain ot$10,200.$350 dow"o3 ..83NO HOMES FOR AS LITTLE AS $ICO DOWN

((10),2125) NW 32nd St. 3$800 bedroom down., 2 bath brairct month.(:'.|?\Llve 1 \:,bettor, ",for .less..,*.'.Don't, .:) <.miss,* t; this a-An1* ]11 WE SPECIALIZE IN HOMES FOR PERSONS BEING|
WE Will HELP YOU WITH THE 3 bedroom CBS in beautiful new area. IF YOU QUALIFY. YOU'RE ONLY A PHONE CALL

OPEN SATURDAY & SUNDAY! Terrazzo floors, (jalousie windows, awnings, AWAY.

stove, air conditioner, wall to wall carpeting. ...... .. _
APARTMENTS FOR RENT Bargain at $12,000 with $1,000 down and take .1 t ''j""" ( '''''-' ''''\>'''' "' .rr "'ST' "
$16 wk. over FHA payments of $82 month pays all. ; ,::: "eStI11y5;::!; i 111"": Tew I _'
14460 NW 22nd Ave. Opa.locka. "f i ( ..: ; ; :,,,.. ,% ....,...'f..t. ,'.*wwWftw. *


FORD REALTYINC.{ Broker frlookingfor: \ 3 bedroom hone'for. the buyer who i It ,' $350 DOWN. Corner CBS Beauty. 3 BEDROOM.Big .
I the best.Tile! ,roof, jalousie( : windows: ,:1
3639 N.W.15th Avenue 634595 ",' awnings; air conditioned,. beautifully landstoped"gtou'nd Fla room, utility room, appliances, 2 air
s, rear patio with bar-b-que,.sprinkler sys.-'j 1 1Cjrtem. conds. Circular driveway. Fenced. $13,700 FHA.
: $3,000 down and take overexliting FHAVmortgage \:
Ik'; .. of( $13,880} $120 month pays everything; $250 DOWN. 2 BEDROOM. CBS beauty. Newlypalnt.d
in and out. Porch, carport. Only $72 mo.
., .. ,
.. total. '

have a few 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 unit apartment $350 DOWN. CBS beauty. 3 BEDROOM. Newly

BLANCHE CALLO WAY buildings that you can buy with as little as $1,500 painted. Fla room, dining room, utility room, appliances *
down. Live free in one apartment and collect Income '
Y air cond. Fenced. $1 ,QOO FHA.
x SAYS: from the others. No red tape. Move right In.
These are perfect for retired couples. Come seel) '
; 2 bedroom, 2 bath, newly painted and out. Bar .
.CANIBUY f ANY ITJ OF'OUR''FHAIIOMES FOR| 2 bedroom, 2 bath, newly painted in and Bar.
B-Q. $1,500 down. $11,500 total.
'- '--' '
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT!!! CBS BEAUTY. 3 BEDROOM. ,Dining room, utilityroom

Sunshine Home TO BETTER SERVE YOU garage, air cond., sprinkler, fenced. $1,500
BRANCH OFFICE IN OPA-LOCKA AT total. Bank financing.
16000 NW 27th AVENUEIn

4 bedrooms, 2 baths, Fla, room, built-in electric ( 27th Ave. Shopping Center) $90 MO. NO QUALIFYING. CBS Duplex. 3 bedroom .
624.3666 Open 7 Do slREALIW4' & 1 bedroom, or 4 bedroom, 2 bath for large
kitchen Bahama roof and
garage, many
other features. family. $1,000down.$8,000total.A Real Good Buy.

HOME & INCOME. Front house a beauty. Large
3 bedroom, newly painted. Rear CBS 1 bedroom,
9120 NW 13th Court
dining room, garage. NO QUALIFYING. Only
BROKER $12,500 total.'Total $100 per month. Reasonable
SUNDAY DEC. 17 2 P.M. UNTIL '. ,

PL 9-4371
4140 NW 7th AVENUE.

. ":''L i "' ..:, ,- -'If PL" .4-0655' A'\ 16000 NW 27 Ave V SHELL REALTY rr,, w

': : :, 1"f'f:. WELLIHCTCH. BROWN,. Realtor, 624-344 s

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Ave. Suitable for church or Room additions remodeling experience
other public gatherings. 3 alterations commercial
$100 week while
/15 WORDS OR LESSL50. 5C FOR ADDITIONAL WORD. room apartment and store in- Industrial residential. Free per Chauffeurs license train-
DEABUHE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS WEDNESDAY NOON cluded. Rent can apply to purchase estimates. Allied Builders required. 2140.

1 Call Care J'8 Rental 446-3288. Age

FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE Agency. 371-3622. Jan 5 Apply:

Brand new fine quality 3 bed- Open house Sunday. 3-6 p.m. 9120 NW LITTLE 1111 N\Y 41 STREET

room, 2 bath home. North of 1220 NW 88th St. 3 bedroom, RIVER BOULEVARD garage apartment. $16

expressway on open lot, at 2 bath, FHA or conventional, Large 2 bedroom CBS In beautiful week, 1775 NW 84th St. 681- CHILD CARE

4015 NW 24th Avenue phone carpet, built-in range and oven neighborhood.: Fla.room, 3831.

builder, PL 13604. Indef. priced right so come by Sun- enclosed front porch, dining Mothers, mothers, U you're

day and our sales man will discuss tile roof Furnished 1 bedroom apart- looking for a clean neat home, 1 bedroom (urn. apt. Air
room utility room ,
1311 NW Little River Drive terms with you. Fenster awnings, wall to wall, carpet. ment..Adults.$18 week. Lights good food, and an experienced condition, all electric kitchen -

OPEN SUNDAYS_ 2-6 Realty, Broker, PL 9-8779. FHA terms $14,000 with $450 gas, water,waste removal,included babysitter, call 633-6607 week private parking, no

3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths down and $86.91 month. We 2221 NW 57th St. Apt. days or phone 633-2002 nights children or pets. This is a
7. I nice deluxe (for
FHA terms $18,600, only$900 2440 NW 59th St. 3 bedroom have key. Veterans$100 down. middle opt. nice
Childcare in home. Love aged working couple.
down for this beauty, on Little CBS. Dining room, utility Arthur Tubin, Realtor 7906 my
Store at 2967 NW 62nd St.Zon- children Phone 759-6113. $95 month yearly security
River Dr. This has lots of ex- room, gas heat. Large 60 x NW 7th Avenue. 691-4785. r.qulred.
ed B3. month first and Available
tras, plus den, beautiful Fla 140 lot. FHA terms $12,000 $75 you
last 6248839or not because See
rent. are working
room, and extrabreakfastrm, with $400 down and $74.41 EAST OF EXPRESSWAY
624-1209. do not have an experienced APt. 2 immediately.
so many things to see. It's a month. Veterans $100 down. 3 bedroom CBS, Fla. room, you
175 NW 38th
baby sitter whom can trust Street.
beauty. Call to see. A. Ben- Arthur Tobin, Realtor, 691- tile roof, hardwood floors, you
Nice clean unfurnished call 6332002or6332732.Pick
us .
Kori, Realtor, 612 NW 60th St. 4785, 7906 NW 7th Ave. phone jalousie windows. Modern kit- apart- :
ment at 6306 NW 15th Ave. and deliver.
Call anytime 751-224:1.: anytime. chen has all appliances and up
FR 1-9797 or NE 4-1886. Ask
built-in dlswasher. FHA

8920 NW 12th AVENUE BED, EASY TERMS Price $13,000 with $400 down for Kelly. (Indef.) Child day care in my home.

OPEN SUNDAYS 2-6 CBS LARGE ROOMS and $80.82 month. Veterans Your child will be given the
Efficiency unfurnished. 2 bedroom
$100 down.We have key Arthur best of care. 7598335. Indef. .
3 Bedroom CONDITION Desire elderly lady.
Tubin Realtor. 7906 NW 7th
See 737 NW 47th ,
: Terr. 2119 NW 43rd Street.
FHA terms $16,500 only $600
Avenue. 6914785.By .
down this 3 bedroom CBS
Nice for two to Sales ladies for ladies' retail
room men
beauty In Little River Dr.area i
owner. 4 bedroom CBS, tile .
store full or part time.Phone
share. Twin beds. Wall to wall ,
lovely grounds and really 2100 NW 86th St., CBS, cor- bath, patio firepalce, $250 531-5221. PAN AMERICAN
c 1 0 s e t. Kitchen privileges.
clean. Don't miss this.A. Ben-
ner, tile roof, fenced yard, down, $100 month. No quali-
1101 NW 40th Street.
Kori, Realtor, Call anytime, FHA $12,000.00, No Closing fying. 1929 NW 71st St. Open WORLD AIRWAYS

751-2243. Costs, $400.00 down (Vets Friday 12-1p.m. One bedroom furnished cot- Lady to watch 10-year-old

$100)), monthly $77.61, huge tage, adults only. NW 59th St boy, help mother after school, The World's Most
DRIVE BY 2252 NW 96th ST. 3 duplexes. Own home s I
Fla. room, freshly painted Inside your and 2nd Ave. Call 6914764. parents work evenings. Call Experienced Airline
2 Bedroom'/2, Bath and out. Be first. Aetna 'plus income. 2139 NW 47th 7 9:30 a.m. 633-7792. State NOW HIRINGSTEWARDESSES

Really a very large home with Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th Ter. $500 down. 1370 NW46th Living room bedroom kitchen salary.

huge rooms, nice large Fla St., Phone 757-5724, Open 7 Street $700 down. 430 NW 59th and bath newly decorated un- ,
terms with Ter. $800 down. 373-7973.
room. $17,000 FHA days. furnished. Phone 8886643.

$700 down a very good home. FHA SOLICITOR To Fly All

Call now A.Ben-KorlRealtor, 8720 NW 14th Ave.CBS 2 bed- '60 Lincoln Continental Room reasonable rent. Middle Six Continents-

751-2243. room, carport,enclosed porch White executive car. 48,000 age men only. Prefer those Need a person who feels at

tile roof,oak floors, stove,refrigerator miles. Factory air, very work during day. Call 759- ease calling on the public to Mutt ke single, ,i|( II thru
8930 NW 11th Court air-conditioned._ clean. PL 86098.235 NW 58th 3360. learn FHA Solicitations, 21. Ntlfht "'3" .,. ''1".

FHA terms $16,200 and $800 FHA $13,000.00 No Clos | Street. phone: 949-3557. health WilfhHOBUUtlbi.Oi Boo vlilon.' Mutt**

down for this lovely 3 bedroom Costs $400.00 down(Vets Unfurnished 1 bedroom apart- bi high' school iratfuate
home that is clean and NO QUALIFYINGMove Knowledge el a tartfe
so nice $100)) $80.82 monthly. See ,
jment. Utilities furnished. $18 ''IIIIU'I'
with lovely grounds and bg today Aetna Realty (Broker), in right away. Nice 2 be week. References required.

yard, wonderful homo.A.Ben- 811 NW 54th St. Phone 757- room CBS $750 down. Total MIAMI INTERVIEWS
phone 635-6515.
Kori, Realtor, call anytime, 5724. Open 7 days. only $8,750. $82.00 month. A. ANNOUNCEMENT WED., DEC. 20

751-2243. Ben-Kori, Realtor, call anytime WED., JAN ;3
2 bedroom, frame house. $20
..37,36 NW.9Jtb SLCBS.2 bed-.. 751-2243. ... For Interview appointment
w 1., 4168
---- KOJJ MA vinu n week. NW.22nd Ct Rear, FOR SALE
3 bedroom 1 rooms,' tile roof, oak floors, Cill
Pretty bath CBS, 1 bedroom CBS duplex $16
tile roof, hardwood floor stove, refrigerator, yard week. 3149 NW 66th Street. Headblocks, machinery, 637-2778

fenced corner lot FHA. fenced, total $10,000.00$500 fixtures and quite a few .,."I.t
down down, $99.00 monthly pays Magnificent new home, 3 bed- hats Price reasonable.ALEXANDER'S Elsie.EarsImp1.ym..1
$13,000, $400 $80 mo. 2 tiled baths terrazzo Large apartment. Four large very OH h*
veterans or displaced persons everything. No better buy for room, rooms. 2139 NW 47 Terrace 14 N.'. ht A...MI...,.
$100 down. Atlantic and the money. Aetna Realty floors, finished garage,par-
pacific tial air-condition and heated. 373-7973. $22. week. An Equal Oppirtunlty' ImI.,.,
Realtors 666-0411. (Broker), 811 NW 54th St., 338 NE 2nd AVENUE
Custom-built cabinets and A Plan for Progress
phone 757- 724. Open 7 days. 566 NW 22nd STREET
cash down
built-in stove. Low _Company
Beautiful home, fit for a King payment. Phone Miami 371- bedrooms, CBS, unfurnished -

3 bedroom, 2 bath, screened WOULD YOU BELIEVE 4 2675 or 864-0854. (Indef.) home Why rent $22 imme-
bedrooms 2 bath CBS built-
patio, tile roof, 2 car garage, diate occupancy. Call agent,
in stove and air- WHO ADVERTISE IN THE
refrigerator MERCHANTS
formica kitchen, with built In Mr. Gross, 444-6126 or even-
conditioned, large attached $400 DOWN $84 MONTH FHA ings 448-2824. TELLING YOU THEY
stove, oven and dishwasher, MIAMI TIMES
garage, No qualifying, down- 2 bedroom, CBS, large house,
many extras no closing cost. payent $1,000.00 with front porch can be used for APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU.
FHA down
$900 $116 month.
Drive by 3245 NW 99th St. Ph. monthly payments to suit you. third bedroom. Very clean. HELP WANTED THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE.
Near 7th Ave. and 43rd St.Un-
Call right now for all the de-
Aetna Life has THEMlEDISON
666-0411 Casualty PATRONIZE
for appointment Atlantic PLEASE
furnished. Full price $12,600.Call .
tails on this once in a lifetime
for to train
and Pacific Realtors.No openings men as
bargain. Aetna Realty (Broker S. S. Gross, Realty, 444- claim representatives. Must

), 811 NW 54th St., phone: 6126.
closing cost. Fine home for be college graduates, must relocate -
757-5724. Open 7 days. In six months. Starting
large family 3 bedroom, extra
large Florida be 4 BEDROOMS BATHS salary $6,600.Phone 443-4281
room. May
used as 4th bedroom enclosed 1310 NW 88th St. 3 bedrooms, Drive by 3831 NW 171stStreet for Interview (equal oppor-

front porch, 1 bath CBS, tile 2 bath, Fla.room,built-in kit- Lovely split-level CBS, $14- tunity employer) I I Specials i
chen air-conditioned central
000 total. $450 down. FHA
roof, hardwood floor, wall to
wall carpet, fenced. FHA$14- heat, a real custom home. FHA terms. A. Ben-Kori Realtor, Mau I e Industries, Inc., has
$21,000.00 or $19,500.00 conventional .
000, $450 down$86 month Vetsor call anytime 7512243. Immediate openings for mixer -
$1,500.00down, driver trainees. Must
displaced persons $100 monthly payments to suit your have, OPEN AFTER 2 P. M. SUNDAY
experience on heavy
down. before it is
Phone now Costs U $450 DOWN FHA
too late. Atlantic and Pacific budget. No Closing equipment. Good pay plus 6731 NW 6 AVENUE
really want the very best NO CLOSING COST
Realtors 666-0411. call Aetna Realty (Broker), 1845 NW 32nd STREET fringe benefits.. Apply 9-12, $300 down FHA. Very nice CBS home, tile roof,
Monday, Friday. Room ,
811 NW 54th St., phone 757- Lovely 2 bedroom, CBS,nicely 7630 Biscayne Blvd. Fla room, plusscreened Fla porch. Fenced yard

3 bedroom, CBS, 2 bath, Fla 5724. Open 7 days. furnished big l Ia.room, en- yard. Oil heat. Very convenient location.

room, guest room, spaciousbath. closed garage, hurry;this will
You must see to appreciate Bargain price $4,000 small sell fast. Allapattah Realty. Some practical bookkeepingand DRIVE BY OUR OFFICE TO SEE THE

Enclosed garage. FHA frame house good location. 633-0426. accounting experience. FOLLOWING PROPERTIES

,terms. $20,000. So drive by City water. NE 55566.
Near Prefer ambitious young man ((1)) No for this CBS home
8920 NW 8th Avenue, then call Northside Baptist qualifying nice near
bedroom 1 bath with college accounting courses. 46th St. and 5th Ave. FHA already placed.
Fenster Church. 3 plus
Realty, Broker, 759- 2440 NW 59th STREET Must have good neat handwriting -
workshop on large lot. Low $88.64 pay everything.
3 bedroom CBS dining room,
and like detailed work.
utility room, gas heat, 60 x 140 low downpayment. $70 month ((2)) No qualifying. 2 CBS houses. Live in one,
all. Phil Perry Realty, rent the other. Owner will hold mortgage.
terms with pays
bedroom CBS, carport, tile lot. FHA $12,000 Opportunity for Advancement
down and $74.41 month. Realtor. 377-0587. Near 6th Ave. and 69th St.
roof, near transportation and $400
Apply Personnel Office Week
schools. FHA terms, no clos- Veterans $100 down. Arthur Days ((3)) CBS corner duplex. $1,000 down, no qualify-

Realtor. 7906 NW 7th GROVERY MEATS SOTRE ing. Near Edison high.
ing costs. Drive by 3231 NW Tobin, 10-12 a.m. or 2-4p.m. '
HlstSt. Then call Fenster Ave. 6914785.89th Ideal for couple. Good income Diplomat Hotel 923-8111 ((4)) 5 units plus vacant lot. Approximately 1 ,

Realty, Broker, 759-8779. established 20 years. Total acre all together. One unit Is a 3 bedroom, 2

price $5,000. Cash required bath home. Total price $27,500. Financingcan
Room in private home.Liberty
Morris. At-
Call Mr.
HOUSEHOLD 21st VENUE $2,500.
be arranged]
2125 NW 64th St.
7210 City area.
Been turned down? No creditor Large 3 bedroom CBS on 112x las Business Associates.
bad credit? I can get you 230 lot. Full dining room, Biscayne Blvd. 7543535. .

bank financing on new furniture utility room, workshop, car- I RE'LTY

appliances,TV,and ste port. FHA terms $15,000 with BUSINESS OPPORTUNITYDry EDISON Realtors

reo. Call 661-2741. $450 down and $93.33 month. Cleaning Agency. Sacri- Duplex 2 and 1 bedroom clean

(Jan 4) Veterans $100( down. Arthur' fice. Owner has other inter- 9 years old. Brings$140 month 115: 'N W. 62nd St 7514441: ,

',. -" Y ,-4. Tubin, Realtor 7906 NW' 7W ests, 691-0634 or 685-1427 $7,500 cash. 2784 NW 56th St.
: : I:- "': Avenue. 6914785. after 6 p.m. $624-8839 or 624-1209.


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32 THEMIAMI TIMES Friday, December 15, 1967 "

Hotels Give Youths Women's Committee to >I">\!\\pJij'\ j, ;: \
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:, Taste of Good Life Save EOPI OrganizedMiss ; ;. < : '.;'; .';

About 1,500 Dade County enjoyable day for the youths. Altamease Mays, I' Ii
youngsters were given the They sipped cool and soft chairman of the Women's j

"treat ofthelr life"Sunday drinks, lounged by poolsides, Committee to save EOPI, and
when they were taken to Miami swam and otherwise had a good co-chairman, Mrs. Ann
Beach and given their first time. Lewis, are hard at work try-
look: at some of the fancy thing:s Thirty Miami Beach hotels ing to avoid an EOPI financial I A_ ,rIILMN.,
that they don't always see. showed them at first-hand crisis. v
Everything, including the what it is to have "fun in the The committee is comprised ar /. ,nr a.. N
weather, was Just right for an sun.'* of individuals and repre-
sentatives of many women's

groups throughout the com- ..
munity. Its belief is that;

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December 16, ? ;t, -tk;:. :.: : ,.' '.. ,..,.. J ,,..
'"'" "" "'OP""" ":;"ln.ttw' r- ""'"
1. rm In love Wilson Picket
2. Heard
Grapevine Gladys Knight Pips
3. I second the emotion Smokey Miracles Poverty program workers and concerned parents of children in the local EOPI

4. Keep the ball rolling Jay& Techniques program have been picketing radio station WAME in retaliation for remarks mode by

5. Storybook children Billy Vera & Judy Clay commentator Art Green on his nightly 11 p.m. to 1 a.m. program. Green has called

6. It's you that I need Temptations for and circulated petitions for the resignation of EOPI executive director Richard
7. Don't lose your groove Lavell Hardy Weatherley Times photo by Frank Johnson.,
8 When you're gone Brenda & Tabulations
9. Tm wondering Stevie Wonder

10. Honey chile Martha Vandellas; MISS ALTAMEASE MAYS .... "Hon. Bttter in Miami" I
11. Build my world around you Marvin & Tamie "The cycle of poverty that Laughlin Kiddie University FREE PICK UP AND DELIVERY
12. Boogaloo down broadway Johnny C has trapped so many Ameri- had a successful PTA meeting,
13. Everlasting love Robert Knight cans will only be broken by Dec. 8, we outlined our Pre-
14. IFeel an urge coming on Joe stead education, community action Christmas Sale Party, which i SERCH T VTV
15. Showed me how to be happy Jackie Wilson and the other principles of the will be held on Dec. 15, at

16. Get on up and get away Esquires War on Poverty."In Laughlin Kiddie University,,
17. Have a little mercy Jean Wells Dade County Economic 5605 NW 32nd Ave. RADIO STEREO REPAIRS

18. All your goodies are gone ParlimentsAretha Opportunity Program, Inc,bas Mrs. A. Murray president Shop Phone: 754.8462 Emergency 691-6547

19. Chain of fools(nip) Franklin made an excellentbeginningin Mrs. H. Walker, secretary.viw1.
20. In an out of love Supremes implementing these programs 5906 NW 7th AVENUE
and deserves the support
21. Come see about me Jr. Walker of the community.

22. Say a little prayer Dion Warwick

23. The right to cry Marian Love ANNUAL XMAS Why Not Relax!!
24. I want to be loved Lgralne Elleson
.. 25. Oh how it hurts Barbara Mason TEA SUNDAY DRIVE IN 'iHEATRE'i

26. Lonely man John Thomas HAVING PROBLEMSWITH
Pulpit Aid Club is having its'
27. Born free
The Hesitations
28. Nothing but heartaches(Flip) rtistlcs annual Christmas Tea onSun-
29. My ancestory Willie Charles Gray day, December 17, from 4 to GO WITH SOFT-HIGH FASHION STYLING.

30. Looking for a fox Clarence Carter 6 p.m.,at the J. E,Scoott Com ,_ HAVE YOUR HAIR RELAXED BY EX. -
munity Center, 4905 NW 7th
11.' Avenue.
31. Bless you Act IVCarl
32. Getting a groove Edwards Mrs. Maude Chandler principal GUARANTEED.
t. 33. My love is strictly for you Robert Ward of the Pine Villa Elemen- t S...
34. Soul girl Jeanne and Darlings tary School, will relate the Exotic Fashions Wig '&
35. Funky boogaloo Jerro Christmas Story.The publicis I

36. Back up train Al Green invited.
37. Ain't what you got Jimmy Hughes Beauty Salon
38. Two little kids Peaches & Herb WEDDINGMrs.
15980 NW 27th Avenue
39. Explosion in your soul Soul Survivors a.
Charity announces -
40. Ruby Andrews 625-0441-Closed Monday
Hey boy 'the wedding of her

daughter, Jacqueline Louise
PICK HITChristmas
to Joseph A.James on Decem-
ber 23. The reception will be
won't be Christmas Anette Larkins held at 12755 SW 93rd Ave.,

Howard, Fla. at .00 p.m.

Mary Walker 5,1,10,6,9,3,13,7,4,15 The March of Dimes, fight- "' y t

2511 NW 153rd St. ing birth defects, says that anew .,,'"' 'b tKf
Opa-locka German measles vaccine : L
should be available by 1970,
Win Cash RecordsEach preventing epidemics such as I BBICniEMRDOflUMIRENTTERZIEfF. LOW DOWN PAYMENT $50 DISCOUNT ON DOWN
that in 1964-65 which caused BANK RATES PAYMENT

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1 3 4 5 6 8 9 10 Closing Costs v '65. PONTIAC
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LI LL terr. floors, tile rf. ET__ with factory air condition- Burgandy with black, vinyl
Fenced yd. Near 163rd Ing. From Interior, load.d, Including
.A factor air.
Name Shopping Center. m. \ $1195

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Address REALTY, _I N.N.... .. ,M '_ Biscayne Blvd. and 163rd St., N.MB.
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