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Title: Miami Times
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Language: English
Creator: Miami times
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: January 12, 1968
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
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Vol. 45, No. 20 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1968 24 PAGES 15<


,The Indictments on Wednes- lations in December, but he Smashing the bolita racketin
day of 45 persons on bolita was not formally charged until the Miami area is the aim
: charges is a big blow to the Tuesday. of the State Attorney, accord-
economy of hundreds of Ne- Arrested a few weeks ago Ing to informants The
gores, and a large number of for lottery conspiracy were a Sheriffs office is responsiblefor
white people, too, who dependon large number of persons, Including the drive to stop illegal
the bolita game for their Negroes, according to gambling in the Miami area,
livelihood.The the State Attorney here, who and Joseph P. Manners, the

effects on reduced in- calls the indictments and Grand Jury's counsel, prepared -
arrests major blow to the
vomes will materially weaken a the cases.McLendon.
bolita racket In Dade County. has often been
the to such
economy an extent -
In some instances that This Indictment on Tuesdayhas arrested on gambling charges.So .
payments on fancy cars,beau charged everyone co- observers say that his arrest -
tiful furniture, Miami Beach nected with bolita, from top to on Tuesday was no sur-
bottom the bankers and the
, clothes, extensive travel trips prise. He operates on tire r
w ,n I, and purchasing ,of foodstuffs s e 11 e r s, not only the little business. He was arrested last
will be seriously affected.In ones, as In some cases of bolus December on bolita chages.
arrests. The State Attor-
the Negro and some other ney said that the delay in the There were grim faces
sections of Miami, gambling indictments was because his greeting those who visited the
In forms of Puerto Rico(lit- office was trying to get every- Negro and Cuban sections In
tle Cuba), on Wednesdays;bo- one in the gambling operationin Miami, and also among the Miami -
i lita, twice a day;Cuba,only on the county. Beach residents, where
__ Saturdays, is big business,and As most of those indicted on vollectors of bolita money get
M when the law interfers in the Tuesday were already on bond large amounts. The racket is
continuation of that business, from previous gambling arrests not confined to the Negro sec-
there is almost panic.In the indictments returned tions of Miami, not by a long
the principal Indictmenton to Circuit Judge Tom Lee shot, according to those In the
Famed singer Harry Belafonte presents checks totaling $5,000 t the Jacolcy know. The bulk of the lucrative
Tuesday, Raymond McLen- were unsealed. He set bond to .
Youth Center at 6406 NW 7th Avenue. Belafonte visited the center during the holi- don, called "The Tire Man," cover each person indicted at numbers business Is nowcon- ,
I days and learned that a shortage of dunds would force a closing soon. He promised was arrested for lottery vio $5,000. trolled by Cuban refugees \
to help and did John Bennett, Tacolcy staff member, and Horace Roberts gratefully
receive the. checks. Johnson photo. ,

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G 1'Iw' commissioners defeated a ';
Disatisfied with Metro
; r' motion to have a countyattorney
w t,. I Ia A fouryearoldboytookhismother's Commissioners' decision on I
pistol from her draft a legally proper
Tuesday that there will be no
I II charter amendment to that effect -
and shot fatallyin
purse elections of commissioners by
for discussion at the next
the chest Tuesday.The .
districts, the leaders in the rnA +
victim's mother, Cleora fight for elections by districts meeting.
Moss, 37, of 2305 NW 71st have announced that they will Merrill and Carroll declared
Lane, told police she was pre- use the ballot on May 7 to geta that they will proceed to
paring to leave for workwhenshe final decision. draw up and ask the commis-
heard a shot from the up- sion to approve on February
i/S stairs of her apartment The announcement came 6, the form of a petition they
She fused to find her son, from Earl Carroll, who has will circulate to try to force
Gerald, lying on the floor witha been waging a war against the their proposal onto the ballot.
wound in the middle ofhis present system of electing They said that If May 7
ai yxI' vhest. A neighbor rused the County Commissioners, should prove an Impossible
Gerald and his mother to Jack which he calls taxation with- deadline to meet, Merrill said
son Memorial Hospital where out representation.His then the goal will shift to the

he was pronounced dead on ar- partner In this fight now CARROLLto November general election.
rival. is Clark Merrill, president ofa require district election of Backers of any change in the
new group called Citizens for Metro Commissioners received commissioners charter must
Better Representation, of the negative vote of the collect 50,000 signatures,
Education Park which Earl carroll Is one of the commissioners with bitter which is 10 per cent of the
M founders.The disappointment. Their reac- county's registered voters, in
leaders in the campaign tion was so hostile that the order to get the proposed
I mA May Replace change before the electorate.
Gets New Director Merrill and Carroll said they
are confident that they can obtain -
Mr. Archie Hardwick takes I I ters. He received his Masters Central Schools; Burrows Sills A $Million over 100,000 signatures
over the keys from Miss Olive Degree Social Work from The change that these two
Alexander who retired as Exe- the University of Southern leaders are fighting for is to
cutive Director 0 f the JamesE. California He did his undergraduate Th Dade County Board of Worth Of Insurance AgainSelling have"the commissionerselected

Scott Community Associa- work and receivedhis Education has proposals under by the voters in their
tion a United Fund Agency Jan. Bachelor Degree from consideration that aim at a million dollars' Burrows is now receiving separate districts. As it Is
1st.Miss Wayne University in Maryland solving a number of the school worth of insurance a year is congratulation from his co- now, though each commissioner
Alexander has work- Mr. Harwick is profes- problems in the next few becoming a habit for Ezekiel workers, bis p o 11 c y holders, must live in the district,
ed with the agency as a volunteer sionally trained and experi- years. A number of changesare "Zeke" Burrows. He has already his friends, and his boss. they are elected countywide
paid staff, and director enced in Economic Develop- expected. done it three years in Beginning his insurance career
since it was founded In 1925. ment and neighborhood center succession. in 1965 with Prudential Carroll is working diligently -
It has been her dream to havea work. He believes in streng- Superintendent Dr. Joe Hallis Burrows has be'en a tremen- to Interest as many Negroesas
trained professional Social thening total family life to quoted as saying that the dous success in selling different possible for petitions
i l Worker to replace her as the building better neighborhoods.Mrs. most critical needs are in Mi types of insurance.His that will be circulated.He told
I director. Her dream has come James Chambers, ami's central district. Four record this year Is as The Times that Citizens for
true. Mr. Hardwick comes to President of James E. Scott teen of priority items are for follows; Better Representation has
Miami from Chicago and the Community Association says, this area Left off the list, some of the leading citizens
Debit Life volumn
Model Cities Program wherehe "We are excited about havingMr. however, Is the possibility of $182- and city officials of Dade
t- 000
was responsible for the Hardwick as our Execu- phasing out Douglas, Phyllis ; premiums, $3,614.64. ,County as members and back
Citizen Participation part of tive Director and Mr. Hard- Whoatley, Dunbar, West D\'- Group, $36,668; premiums, ing the organization's effortsto
the program.He wick is excited about Miami bar, Buena Vista and Mlra- $1,100.04. change the present election
went to Watts California and its Model Cities Program mar elementary schools, and system.
in 1962 as the Director where .' We hope Mr. Hard- Booker T. Washington Junior Ordinary, $788,979; premiums Petitions will be found in
he worked with staff of wick and the James E. Scott High, and establishing an education $19,464.73 various places in the countyfor

ninety-eight on a three-fold Communty Association will park on a 60-acre site Health, $18,735; premiums, citizens to sign, in drug
program of community action, play an important part in the in the urban renewal area 56204. stores,'supermarkets, the of-
Job training and mental health.!1 I development of the Miami planned for downtown, fice of the Miami Times and at
Mr. Hardwick comes to Miami Model City Programandinthe A splendid record for a for the office of the supervisor of
highly recommended by the development of other community Hall said the park Idea requires mer school teacher, who entered registraton, 1351 NW 12th St.,
National Federation of Settle- programs which are so further study and plan the Insurance field only the Justice Bu tiding, first
ments and Neighborhood Cen- urgently needed. ning. BURROWS three years ago. floor.

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2 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 12, 1968 t ' )'

Adam :Powell ,Stops Here On ,Way To ;. I \....,.BI/ ; :J.--I,; .!';-; ,...:'..' :, ..

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Adam Clayton Powell former He said In Los Angeles that he 't
Harlem Congressman is returning to New York because -
left his self-imposed exile in d he was "a victim of that :
the Bahamas to stop at the Mi- obscene, illegal court order."
ami airport on Tuesday on his Powell will give a series of
way to Los Angeles, Calif., to lectures at colleges throughout -
appear in riot-torned Watts the country, including the
for a speaking engagement.The University of Florida.
flamboyant cigar puffing 4L:3ItU
Baptist preacher who was $500,000 Schoo
expelled fromthe House ol

Representatives for conducthis Fine Called ArsonWhat
colleagues thought was not '
was described as definitely ii --
becoming a Congressman
a case of arson was the
said in Los Angeles Tuesdayat
fire that destroyed a $500,000 ,
his arrival that Congresshas AMK wa.+w
Negro senior high school in
reversed its position on
civil rights since his expul- Tampa on Monday.
sion from tthe House last, on a contempt of court charge School Superintendent Ray-
mond Shelton said that the fire
March. stemming from his case with
Powell, looking sixtyish at the Harlem' widow who won a was the work of aronist.
59 is facing )ail in New York slander civil suit against him. Middleton Senior High School
was predominantly Negro. ........ -
Only the gymnasium firemen The people in this picture would like to say Happy New Year to our friends
were able to save.

.f. ._t The fire gutted the main listed Happy below New: Year to: Mrs. Cora Ruker, Mrs. Docia Howell//, Mrs. Mary Bruton,
}';'.!i. building which contained 13 Mrs. Bessie Kerbo, Mrs. Ada Williams, Mrs. Viola Brown, Mrs. Mary Bryant, Mrs.
1* classrooms, an auditorium a Vernetta Edgecomb, Mrs. Leila Seldom, Mrs. Vera Williams, Mrs. Cur/ene Carter and
.: : library and an administrativesuite.
Mrs. Hester Livingston. __ __ ____

Everything OK With Poverty Program as

t A Kirk falls in Lineence

By. John A. Diaz with Phelps were, Dr.H. will become of those employesthat After months of probing by
The Dad e' s poverty program Franklin Williams from Mia- quit the program because investigating officials, the ,
which had been threat- mi; Charles Feltus, assistant of stoppage of funds for sal- State Attorney found nothing to
ened with discontinuance because regional director; and James aries. Will they return to warrant the, filing of charges
of dissension among local Bax, director of the Gover- work? against EOPI personnel.Said .
state and regional officials nor's Division Economic Op Mr. Samuel Moncur, who one interested former
V y will go on now unin- portunity.Now quit because of harrassmentsby War on Poverty worker"Now
teruptedly. that all the investiga- investigators,willhe be restored that all the hullabaloo is over,
Miss Rose Moorman, from gineering training program.She Cooperation has been received tions (four of them) have re- to his $12,000 a year let's get to work and help the
Philadelphia, Pennsylvaniaspent is currently working in the from Governor Kirk, vealed no wrongdoing, excepta job? From a very reliable poor who should now do some
four days with her fami- Electrical Engineering and Dr. Ralph Phelps regional director minor item of money spent source The Times has been informed investigating of those that
ly. Electronics of re-entry sys- and Dr. H. Franklin where it was not intended to be that Mr. Moncur Is not were responsible for the har
She is a 1963 graduate and tems. Williams, chairman of the local spent by the Government interested in returning to the rassments and the innuen
honor student of B. T. Washington Although the second femaleto EOPI. there is speculation as to what post. does."
Miami; a 1967 gradu- be admitted to the program At a conference held last - - - - - - - - - - - -
ate of Fisk University, Nashville she is the only female of 42 Thursday Phelps told Gov-
Tenn; a dean's list stu- members this year and the ernor Claude Kirk that there r-- w1i \GECASTLE. !
dent who obtained her B.A. onlNegro in the program.She still are administrative' prob- .
degree in Mathematics and is now working on her mas- lems and controls to be
who received the "Who's Who ter's degree at Temple Uni- straightened "out, but that he :
Among Students In American versity.She will probably approve the cur- :
Colleges" award of 1967. attributes all her rent budget as soon as new fed- %. !
success to her parents, Mr. eral funds are available. : V:
She is a member of the Gen- and Mrs. Willie Moorman anda Another conference that was -: = V5780 NW 7th AVENUE :
eral Electric Company host of interested and won- held later with state and local I 3: -.I "
Missile and Space Division en- derful people. EOPI of fie fa s, Dr. Phelps I ,,: s\l' "fr&HL'SIR 'le I
stated that he will fund the I
gram here on three conditions al,: it-
Phone: 633-3084 or 634-9349 which lows: he numerated as fol- .J1) :

WILLIAMS INC. An internal auditor be addedto : ;: /i/ A'GIANT TREAT :
the staff(one of the inves- I '
tigations had disclosed that LUNCH 0 LOT'I

JAMES WILLIAMS probably there had been some

Land Clearing, Landscaping Cut and Trimmed and BulldozingTrees misuse of funds). i FRIED CHICKEN !

A training program be in- I
Top Soil and Fill stituted so that, in the future, I. DINNE R 3 PIECES OF CHICKEN, COLE SLAW fRIES 97 ;
Light Paving and Wrecking absence of a member of the ad- I ROLLS I

ministrative that an staff outside will not personbe require I I 2. BOX of 9 Pieces of Chicken 2 10 :

brought in.

Bill & Pete That the administrationgear : 3. BUCKET of 15 Pieces of Chicken 375 i

Welcome You toKIKI'S itself to long range goals I

rather than "operate on a dayto I 4. BARREL of 21 Pieces of Chicken 4 9S I
BARIce day basis." I :

Cold Beer: Pabst, Blatz & Draft The regional director also : 5. 5 HACK-PACK 2 FRENCH PIECES OtICKEN FRIES, ROLLS, 69c I
said that he recommend
The Best Bowling in Town is Here I
other measures for tightening I
OWNED & MANAGED BY: up the management program.The I I
BILL PARKS & JAMES GUNN next budget he said, will I ... \90
depend on how well EOPI im- I .....t" ..,.. .e654. O ,,1 I
5901 NW 7 Ave. 'Ift' ..35' I
plements these conditions. I \a' eu<'1"0\\r" oa1 .t\ 'S. .iC.-......
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 12, 1968 3

May AdoptMiami

1 i Health PlanA

plan initiated in Miami's hoods situations, while sifting the
central Negro district to assault Almost every branch,of the ghetto population for disease
ghetto health problemswith U. S. Government is contributing and sickness that would other

44 r q..y, ,, military medics has been something to the war on wise go undiagnosed and ulti-
picked up by the Pentagon and poverty. mately lead to painful and expensive -
will have nationwide use next The Pentagon medic pro- complications that
summer. gram, was planned, will be heighten the slum problemsand
x, The plan was first tried by built around special clinics set unrest.
the state last month, when a up in poverty area by local The plan, which was confined -
National Guard Medical Team Military reserve units. to Miami, will be extendedto
{ was used to give physical examinations Because of special local St. Petersburg, Tampa,and
\ in an apartment problems, the program is being Jacksonville, said Mike
house in the slums beret organized on the local level Thompson, state's Washington -
The Pentagon praised the Lampert said. liason man.
idea, and has Joined in and authorized The program has at least One of the 44 persons examined
brances of the military two purposes. The Pentagon in a trial run-oUcttbe
a; Ya reserves to launch simI- hopes to improve the image of program in Miami was un-
lar programs in poverty areas .the military in the ghetto dwel- knowing by going blind, he
throughout the country.Lt. lers, who in recent years have said. She was diagnosed and
a; t tA'i Gen. James Lampert, seen troops mostly only in riot her sight will be saved.

}i deputy assistant secretary of
irk a I 1H defense for manpower,said
'y : the Pentagon plans to use the
M e medical aid program as one MOp
of its contributions togovern- d j
,, mentwide, Interdepartmental I li
la effort now being organized by U1a
the White House to relieve
ghetto tensions in the summerof
m ', 1968. '
"The Florida program fits '1r
in very directly with what
were trying to do nationally," y i

said Lampert, nothing that the
Pentagon his been working for
t ,
'l r 'w, more than a year to developa
,, i I nonmilitary role in the slum

qY\ I / e II4tI In its efforts the Pentagonhas ,, 1
also included special tours
of military bases'for slum
children and concerts by military -
bands in slum neighborThe -

a t
NASSAU, BAHAMAS Leading sponsors of holiday music and dance festivals Bahamas Ministry
meet for a discussion of programs by the Lycayan Chorale, the Royal Bahamas Police Education has introduced a
I Force Band and the Nassau Civic Ballet. From left Mrs. Lynden 0. Pindling, wife counseling and guidance pro-
of the Governor, Sir Ralph Grey.I gram in the secondary schoolsof
New., rovidence Its objecti The Miami Club ,of ,,the Frontiers International :
; i s to prepare young people in honored' Miss Olive B. Alexander/ for her .untiring and \
I' Moms Mabley And Tackle Wilson at meeting the difficulties they dedicated services with a beautiful plaque at,their'din- :1
I experience in the transfer ner meeting Friday night. Here Miss Alexander proudly
Miami StadiumComedienne from school to work. displays/ her award in her JESCA office.

Jackie'Moms" called The Dominoes. Bruns- dio & TV, 6265 NW 7th Ave.;
Mabley, who has rocked wick caught him, realized his Mr. Big,NW 9 St.and 2ndAve.; HOUSING ACCOMMODATIONSAT
Shows, and Jackie Wilson,soul limitless recording possibilities Sunshine Tours, 79 St. Shop- FOR THE FINEST
singer often heard on the Joey and he has had a host of ping Center; Record Bar, MODERATE RATES-CALL
Bishop TV show, will star in hit with them. Righ now he is Miracle Mile, Gables; Spec's, ."t
person intheannual"Sou1Re- riding high literally with South Dixie Highway; Melody J
vival," coming Saturday, Jan. "Higher and Higher Music, Downtown Hollywood; a
20 to Miami Stadium,one per- Tickets for the "Soul Re- and Spin City Records,NW 6th
formance only at 8:30: p.m. vival," which is presented by St. and 17th Ave., Ft. Lauder-
L & S Productions, are now on dale.
Appearing with them will sale at ,Miami Stadium and
be the Bim Bam Boo Trio,who :Band Box Barber Shop, 536NW General admission tickets
have a "New S Ul..So.u.ndh 2 Ave.; Community Drug, 6750 purchased in advance are $2,
gillie Stewart and' < 'hlIt'band, NW 15thAve.Economy prug,but $2.50 if purchased at gate AGENCY
known for their best-selling NW 3rd Ave. and 11th St.; and night of the show. Reserved I
recording of "Summertime," 6720 NW 17thAve.:United Ra seats :are, ,$3.50 and $4.50.
and as an added attraction, --
,:DI'DI': : !I'DI'DI': : JIrDl'DI'bII': : : : smtlaarxar: ceseresr: : nr RI'RI'RI'_
Diane and The Ravenettes,
beautiful girl trio who current i'J
hit disc Is i "Baby Pull My



Per to. L'" ,o ,na ewleo r-
I A fleet of can and collectors give door to door service for
tenants convenienceA

community recreation center for teenagers and adults "rent
fret," fumhh.d and air conditioned'or your comfort and enjoyment.
s .rf II
I Start Your A public relations department to assist you with your problems.

A Tenants concern will stopvandalismandreducethecostofhouslng.


4150 NW 7th Avenue 759-8733

J1.,,y l r I Join one of these classes NOW 14255 NW 22nd Avenue, Opa-locka MU 8-0617
:,r r I 20848 South Dixie Hwy., Cutler Ridge- CE 5-3553

I "Moms" Mabley,of course, i iI $ .50 a week totals .$ 25.00 605 NW 7th Terrace, Ft. Lauderdale JA 4-3357
I has had more than one gold i iI
$ 1.00 a week totals .$ 5O.OO
I NW 3rd 3-8416
1163 Avenue FR
I record, million-seller on the -
I $ 2.00 a week totals. .$ 10O.OO
big one
I Mercury 3801 Grand Avenue, Grove HI 5-1381
now is "Moms at the White j 9 5.OO a week totals .9 250.OO
512 NW 1st Ave., Hallandale WA 7.2434
She admits that her !
1 House 10.00 a week totals. .$ 500.00I
career in show business dates J 339 Hammondville Rd., Pompanc WI 3-2434
back to 1924, and she has been J I
1 known on TV to put down the Lincoln National Bank HON. L.OKS President
I)1 likes of Jack E. Leonard with
I her crushing wit. IJ of Miami GEORGE P. HARTH General Manager

I 60/3 1 N. W. 7th Avenue CHARLES A. LOCKHART, Public Relations Director
I Jackie Wilson, on the I IJ I MIAMI FLORIDA :

J Brunswick label, came out of I II \tember Federal Deposit Corporation "
Member FederaRererve Intranet : .". ., J'; Jto! eqjoy J a better (life, others musf Jiye better, too -,L. L. BrooksI
I Detroit and was at first the led 'I . . . ., . System! . '
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4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 12, 1968


BY GARTH C. REEVES Whitney Young, Jr.

Office 6530NW 15th Av.., Miami, 33147-PhoneI691.0421 Executive Director
National Urban League
H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher HallDr.
A Salute To Dr. Joe
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor ju"

STANLEY I. SWEETING, Theatrical Editor Joe Hall will officially resignhis position after 11 yearsas The Police And The GhettoOne

National I Advertising Representative Superintendent of the nation's ninth largest school system:
Amalgamated Publishers, Inc. effective January 16, 1968.
most sensitive In
of the areas race relations
310 Madison Avenue New York, N. Y. 10017 His tireless and sturdy years of service has been one of devotion today is
Member of the National Publishers the problem of police-community relations In the ghetto. Un-
Newspaper Association and progress. Perhaps, his tenure in office can best be
2400 Michigan Avenue fortunately there are signs that these relations l
Chicago, III. 60616 characterized as one of bringing quality education to Dade may be

SUBSCRIPTION RATES County Schools. Dr. Hall's race to keep peace with the ever worsening.
ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 changing time has been as rough as gangland's alley and as There have been constant calls for policemen to"get tough"
the with Negroes as a way of preventing riots, and the papers have
high as Himalaya Mountains He has met crisis after crisis
Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post been full of reports of lethal new weapons which local
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 with courage and effective leadership. Dr. Hall has often said police
that the departments are stocking for use In riots. Washington, D.
integration of schools in Dade County has been one of c.
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" and some other cities have enacted new laws which
]his greatest than 90 could lead
The NEGRO challenges. Under his leadership more
PRESS believes that
America best lead
the world from racial and national antagonism when can It accords percent of Dade County public schools now have integrated fac- to a new trend against individual's Constitutional rights II M
to every man regardless of his race, creed or color his human 'ulties and 119 of Dade's 210 schools have been racially mixed In addtion, there seem to be more people than ever running I
and legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no man..the Negro ;since October, 1966. Dade has drawn wide attention for the around shouting about "crime In the streets." That's short-
strives to help every man In the firm belief that all men hand for crimes committed
are hurt_ as long as anyone Is held bock.Wt smoothness of its school integration.In and
y the words of a great educator Dr. Hall has stated "We slum conditions make some ghettos breeding grounds for
Editor's Notebook have problems . but we have progress. There will continueto i crime, and there Is no question that it exists. But few people
be problems as we, as a community, strive together toward I seem to care that Negroes themselves are most often the vic-
removing the vestiges of segregation, and to operate a school l times of such crime. Only when white persons suffer, do the
JOBS FOR THE HARDCOREHighly system that provides quality education for all with no race dis defenders of "law and order" start screaming.
tinctions. But together we can solve them. Much of our success Surveys of Negro neighborhoods show that better police pro-
encouraging Is Washington's new effort engage the has come from the spirit of cooperation,restraint, good judge- tection is at the top of the list of community needs, but they
business community more directly in the employment of the ment, understanding manifested by parents, students and com- seldom get It. A federal report cltied one casewhere a Negro
hard-core jobless of American cities. munity leaders of Miami. . those of both races. Let us remember man called the police, but they never came. Finally, he got the
Here is a plan to offer federal manpower funds for the re- this In the days ahead as we take pride in the accom- bright idea of phoning again, this time saying; "Come quickly,
cruiting and training of potential workers-to companies that plishments of the past." Negroes are attacking a white man." The police arrived two

will. guarantee. Jobs to.the trainees. Letters ha ve been dispatch- On his retirement Dr. Hall will pass the baton to dr. Ed- minutes later.
ea 10 4uu-- employers- in live cities; cnicago, LOS Angeles, Boston ward L. Whigham to continue the race. Perhaps, Dr. wnignam So it is not police protection that Negroes resent. Criminalsand
San Antonio, and Washington. might consider the placement of a negro Deputy Superintendent. hoodlums should be arrested, no matter what their race.
Every highly industralized country faces the challenge of He might like to consider one of the many who is presently What Negroes resent is the way they are singled out for police
training workers for the new unskilled, semiskilled and highly here or might send feeders out elsewhere. We feel strongly harassment. While police brutality exists, it is not nearly as
skilled employment which modern technology offers. In the decaying towards Dr. Gilbert L. Porter, whose educational back common as the practices of stopping and "frisking' Negroeson
heartlands of the big cities, the poorly motivated, the ground and experience are as follows; the streets or making a big thing out of minor traffic violations
illiterate, the disadvantaged are least prepared to find Jobs in A. B. degree in Chemistry Talladega College, Talladega, which would go unnoticed among whites.
today's market. In Britain the Conservatives are calling for Alabama; M. A. degree University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Miami's police chief recently called a news conference in
massive retraining programs, for awareness that private enterprise Michigan; Ph. D. degree Ohio State University, Columbus, which he demonstrated to the whole world the kind of attitudes
can contribute to solving the Jobless problem. Ohio (Rockefeller Foundation Fellow while a student at Ohio, which contribute to tensions. The chief said he was arming his
Under an earlier program federal contracts have been sign State). officers with shotguns and dogs, and Instituting a shoot to kill

ed with 10 companies to train 6,000 workers, at a costesti-, Experience; Coach and teacher of Science, Sarasota, Fla., policy. He said he didn't care about charges of brutality, was
mated at $2,300 per person. This program, to cost $15,000,000in (1932-33)); Principal, Tivoli High School, Defuniak Springs, ending community relations programs, and tied ghetto crime
all, provides only token pay for workers and does not assure Fla., (1933-37)); Principal, Lincoln High School, Tallahassee, to the civil rights movement. His targets are Negro youths

that employment will lasting. The newplan may aver Fla., (1937-54)); Summer Instructor, Principals' Workshop at from 15 to 21 years of age.
age out at $3,000 per worker. Florida A&M University and Tuskegee Institute ((1953-55)); Because three white people had been killed in the ghetto, he
Executive Secretary, Florida State Teachers'Association Inc announced this new get-tough policy. Of course whenNegroes
Companies receive an "incentive payment' at the end of 21 ,
((1954-65)). were killed and robbed, there was no such
months to compensate them for the cost of providing jobs for concern.
"low-efficiency" workers.In Memberships; Life member, Florida Education Association; This is no way to fight crime. amounts to a declaration of
Life, member Education> Association war on the whole Negro community. It threatens to turn
a recent televised press conference President Johnson National ; Board of Directors the
suggested that the federal government would take a hand In em- of National Education Association (1962-65)); Life mem- ghetto into an armed camp with the equivalent of an occupying
ploying the nation's hard-core jobless if private industry did ber, American Teachers' Association. army.
not do so. Some observers felt the President Intent on allocating American Association School Administrators; Consultant Miami isn't Vietnam and the United States Isn't Russia. No
responsibility to the Republican-oriented business to Board of Directors of Florida State Teachers' Association t; democracy can survive when major cities turn themselves into

community, in an election year. Whether this be so or not, Dade County School Administrators' Association; National As- concentration camps. We can't allow Individual policemen to
private industry does possess the know-how for setting up sociation for the A d v a n c e m e n t of Colored People; Florida become Judge, jury and executioner at the same time.
training programs and it can assume the risks of hiring the Council on Human Relations Board of Directors; Greater Mi- Greater cooperation between policemen and the community
marginally employable if the federal government underwrites ami Urban League Fourth Vice-president; Education Committee they serve is need. I'm proud of my home town, New Rochelle,
these risks.In Community, Relations Board, Miami;South Florida which has a Police partners patrol, made up of some 50 Ne-
the depression years the Roosevelt administration set up Advisory Committee; Phi Delta Kappa, Ohio State;United Negro gro youths, some of whom tried to riot last summer. These
the Civilian Conservation Corps to provide Jobs for disadvantaged College Fund Member (Florida); Director, South Florida i kids have responsibility and recognition, and everyone, includ-
youth, and WPA and PWA programs for massive federal Council, Boy Scouts of America 1967. ing the police, Is happy with the Patrol. If other police forcest
work forces. Today the Johnson administration is ready to U we are to continue our leadership among leaders we must t spent as much time in trying to reach youngsters. like these,
shift manpower money into plans wherein business firms would continue our endless foresightedness and remember Dr.Hall's we wouldn't have this problem.

pay the jobless during training programs,and keep them after words "Provide quality education for all with no racial dis During last summer's riots, I joined with other responsible
training ends. tinctions.''' Negro leaders to condemn violence. Now it Is time for respon-

This is not bread and circuses. Itavoids a huge federal sible White lead@rShin fn cnoalr im :anrttnnfamn n'l'nvl'V'ltfv......
-- -r -- ------ t'-
bureaucracy. It Is a worthy attempt to help some 500,000 police actions which threaten to rob Negro citizens of their
Americans. It deserves enthusiastic support. The offer was made through the New Detroit Committee, a rights, and to work for better relations between the police and
Christian Science Monitor blue ribbon group appointed by Governor George Romney to the people they are paid to protect.

coordinate rehabilitation efforts, following last summer's
MIGRANTS DEPORTED costly riots, said to be the:worst in modern American hsitory,
that resulted in 43 deaths, hundreds of
injuries and
Regrettable is the news from Immokalee, Florida's migrant of thousands
dwelling place. In this farming community there are some looting.arrests on* charges ranging from murder to arson and IT'S MIGHTY INTERESTINGA

9,000 migrant farm workers.
Reports are that charges made by migrants include suffer- dollars.Property damage was reported as mounting to millions of 64-year-old Belgian priest doing anthropological work in

ing, and abuses ranging from low wages to malnutrition. Cleage said his will the desert of Atacama, reports that he has collected evidence
group accept white money but not lead- of a civilization
Representatve Paul G. Rogers toured the community last ership and dictation. some 30,000 years old, now buried in sand,
week. He said to the best of his knowledge only isolated cases Two million salt and rocks.
members of the New
supported the charges that children are hungry, shoeless, that resigning and the federatin was Detroit all Committee were Father Gustave LePaige, S. J., who went Saint Pedro de
pregnant women don't receive medical attention and the aver- the committee, says Cleage. severing relations with Atacama parish in 1955 from the Belgian Congo, has unearthed -
age wage is less than$1,400 per family,that it is easy to level human fossils, tools, weapons and clothing In 30 "ghost
charges and draw conclusions. If the reports are true, they villa es."

will be made public because the people of Immokalee and Col- CRIME COMMISSION EXPANDINGGreater His private museum at the local parish has been visited by
lier County should know. scientists from several countries. The governments of Chili
Immokalee officials denied the charges made by the anti- Miami's Crime Commission, reports having added j and Belgium have rewarded him decorations for his work.-
poverty agency. several outstanding citizens to its board of directors during Catholic Voice.
There also came charges of inciting a riot and unlawful assembly the year 1967.

against 50 Jamaican sugar cane cutters that were dropped Most recently appointed are Dean FredLewis, University
i and the off-shore workers were on their way back home. of Miami Law School; Russell A. Jones, Vice President, Bur- Miami Times
County Solicitor Marvin Mounts announced that he had
dropped dines Frank Crippen President
; Crippen Oldsmobile Lee
the charges after being given positive assurance by the Ruwitch, publisher, Miami Review and William A, Lane; Jr. 6530 NW 15th Avenue
Jamaica government that the Jamaicans will be returned to ,
their son of the first president of the Crime Commission. Miami, Florida 33147 . .
homeland. ;
Honorable mention is due
many our leaders says the
Returning of 100 cutters came after nearly 400 workers had
-- to mention a few Judge Arthur Hutton Dr. David Dear Sir
staged a demonstration at the camp and refused to enter the J, Lehman of Broward County, Hugh Emerson, Bob; Peterson :
fields. They claimed they were not paid the$1.45 an hour mini- ,
former F. B. I. man; Al Rubin, former law assistant to Stateof Enclosed
mum wage agreed to In the contract with the Sugar Growers New York Supreme CourtJudge; Bill Atwill;Jim Grant and please find the sum of $ --
Cooperative of Florida a Belle Glade firm. to
Bob Gerrish. cover the cost of a_. subscription to

NEGROES TURN DOWN FORD The year-end Illustrative return mail envelope soliciting the Miami Times.
funds, were paid for through the generousity of Richter

FOUNDATION GRANTThe Jewlers, Blackwell, Walker and Gray, Sunbeam TV, and Neal Mail Paper To ,
Rev. Albert Cleage, a Black Power advocate, who heads Adams. I
the Federation for Self-Determination, a group established Buzz Tietig and Ben Criswell spent many hours revising the Address _- .

help rebuild Detroit's Negro community, has turned down a commission's constitution and byelaws and in preparing an ap.. Cit)'-- State zip Cod:
proposed grant of $100,000 from the Ford Foundation. plication for Federal Funds which has been tentatively turned

,, The Rev. Cleage told newsmen that offer of$100,000 in down, but Vice President Jack Beatly has already "buzzed" One Yr. $5.00 ( )
matching funds had too many strings attached. Claude Pepper.


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 12, 1968 5


By" _John_ _A. _Diaz_ _ __ n By Booker T. Hayes .c .a.\\.\'.. Dear After Sir:allowing the "Headley affair' to simmer for nearlytwo
weeks in order to allow some time for personal reflection
BLACK RULERS HAVEN'T FRIGHTENED AWAY WHITE Salaries Make Jobs Appealing about what was an admittedly shocked reaction at the time, I
would like to express my own position as a matter of con-
A column under the by-line of George Kennedy appeared in science. The affair seems to me to become more and more
bugaboo that the first Negro Government in the historyof last Saturday's Miami Herald relating how Negroes were fail- racist in overtone as I recall the language and the emphasis
the Bahamas would frighten away American tourists was a ing to take advantage of a program offered at Lindsey Hopkins made by Mr. Headley in his original statement and subsequent
fear that has not materialized; for after a year of Negro rule Vocational School designed to teach them to be waiters and Interviews. To respond to the very serious social problems in
the islands are still prospering. waitresses. The director of adult vocational education for the In our inner city with the threat of repression and coercivelaw
The Bay Street Boys would have wanted nothing better thana Dade School system P. W. Seagren, is quoted as saying he enforcement would indicate that person in such a high and
decline in tourists' revenue for a campaign to restore the reactivated the last Decemberwith the of the
course support sensitive office as the Chief of Police does not understand at
form of government that the vast Negro majority endured for hotel and restaurant trade associations which agreed to hire all the magnitude of the poverty of spirit which exists in the
300 years before Premier LyndenO. Pindlingtookover a year white and Negro graduates. The article also stated that Negro Negro community and especially among the young.

ago.Tourism leaders, especially Commissioner Athalie Range, had com- We live in a crucial time in our national history and every
is booming in the Bahamas. The population of 184- that discriminated in hiring by should be basic
plained Negroes were against person aware of the nature of our most prob-
000, of which 84 per cent are Negroes,depends on the tourist hotels and restaurants. The article offers verification of Com- lem.
trade for its very existence. In 1967; over 900,000 tourists missioner Range's charge since an agreement had to be reached If we are aware that the problem is more than criminal activity -
went to the Bahamas. with the Hotel and Restaurant Association to make the program and its solution more than the simplistic beefing up of the
Premier Pindling, a year in office on January 16, is now lack of interest in these can law
feasible. The Negroes' jobs enforcement agencies, then we can seek out the alterna-
seeking greater powers from the British Government in Lon- be easily explained by any Negro. tives to the self-destructive direction Miami(and other urban
don. He wants full and complete I.o.terna1independence from Until now the Negroes' opportunity to apply for,and receive areas) seems hell-bent to go.
Brltian. But he is getting opposition from the powerful groupof waiter or waitress jobs in first-class establishments was non- As a start, I might suggest that our community might mul-
white merchants who were upset in the last election. This existent. The few to constitutedsuch of which
opportunities open Negroes tiply its efforts in the support following programs
group feels that any move for more power for Pindling will bea a drain on the individual's physical energy, it requiredreal already exist:
further weakening of the "white establishment" by his all- fortitude for one to continue. The Negro considers these (1) Operation Equality, the housing project of the Greater
Negro Cabinet. jobs menial and degrading because in many cases he knows Miami Urban League.
The Negro Premier also wants to deprive the British Gov- nothing;:: of the finer places, or the benefits some of these posi- ((2) The E. O. P. I.
ernor, Sir Ralph Francis Alnwick Grey, of power to appoint a tions offer. Jobs where the salary is based on tips offer no ((3) The Equal Employment Opportunity Task Force of the
majority of the Senate.That because Pindling's Progressive real challenge to a Negro, because he has never been exposedto Community Relations Baord.
Liberal Party has only one seat majority in the House of As- the portion of the population which delights in rewarding a ((4) The Liberty City Community Council sponsored by the'
sembly. Another change which Pindling wants to make is the job well-done with generous tip.Negroes general, are poor Christian Community Service Agency.
removal of the control that the Governor has over internal se- tippers, and it is basically because of the struggle it has been (5) The Police-Community Relations program sponsored
curity and the police.In to obtain the small amount of capital they do possess(This does the Florida Region National Conference of Christians and Jews,
a majority report of the Committee on Constitutional Ad- not exempt them however from following the rules of etiquette Dade County Association of Chiefs of Police, and the Dade
vance to be submitted by Mr. pindling to the House of Asem- which inform us even as to the percentage we should tip.) County Community Relations Board.
bly this week, these changes will be proposed. It is then that feels because these announced to
Mr. Seagren plans were Without a doubt, housing, including adequate open-occupancy
the Opposition group members, in a minority report, will op- many Negro groups and in newspaper advertisements, the response housing legislation, employment, vastly improved and crea-
pose any changes in the Constitution.This should have been greater. These announcements failedto tive educational and Job training programs, a new look at our
fight that will be between the former white group that mention the real attractive things concerning these Jobs. attitudes about welfare, and honest community organizationto
was governing the Bahamas and the Negro group that is now Nothing was said about the ability these people to make $150 train and motivate people to fully participate in the social,
governing these islands will be watched closely by the United and above a week. Nothing was said about the employee bene- economic, and political decisions which affect their lives,and
States, became Americans have invested over $700,000,000in fits some of these jobs offer. No guarantee was offered, stating significant Improvements in community services are the beginning
the Bahamas, which have attracted a lot of businesses on upon completion of the course Negroes would be assigned to the points to the solution of the problems which endangerthe
account of the almost total absence of taxes in these islands.In more lucrative houses. Nothing was mentioned that made these lives of such a large segment of our population.
natural resources, the Bahamas are very poor. Withoutthe jobs any different from the service positions Negroes have held Perhaps Just as important is the need for white middle-class
tourist business the Islands would be a wasteland, almost. since their entry onto the American scene. America to develop an understanding, beyond all doubt and
One,of the biggest tourists' attractions, apart from the wonderful through all of the confusions, that conditions have not changed
Negroes are willing to be waiters waitresses and hold almost -
climate is time casino gambling which
gambling. Big and the and
significantly for the poor especially Negro poor
other service position can offer if they know the
was introduced in 1964, threatens to turn the Bahamas into anmoney I you that this lack of change amidst the affluence of our general
offshore Las Vegas. But for Negroes these British is forthcoming.! Every job, every position'can be made
of bitterness
population is the "one" cause the cynicism
into a personal challenge. Every person working in a Job where i
are better than Nevada, where there is more race prejudicethan out of this
the overt actions born hostility
Alabama, (Our three visits in Las Vegas were far from service Is rendered such as waiters,waitresses,skycaps,red Vanden
(Signed) August H. Bosche
pleasant). caps, bellhops, carhops, doormen, bartenders and barmaids
to few is individual e r for merit His or her Executive Director
associated with just name a an p
furor'over which
The casino gambling, was Relations
Council Human
Fla. on
mannerism and attitude have a direct bearing on the
the scandals that toppled the Bay Street Boys from control of ability,
amount of the he she receives completion of
the Government, and brought in the Pindling regime to power, gratuity or upon This column did not appear during the holiday season and
their duties. perfection be reached in of these posi-
has subsided. Independence is now the dominant political issue can any many of my readers have expressed concern. Those having
To achieve more of that, Premier Pindling declared last tions, but only those people desiring to be the best in their inquired are aware of my reason, but for the benefit of othersI
week "We propose to move toward tullinternalseU-govern- field ever obtain it. would like to state why.This was the first holiday season for
ment, a government not too unlike what Puerto Rico has.We will It is my opinion that if the monetary value these jobs offer my family since the death of our beloved wife and mother. I
remain, however, a British territory, with British citizen were made known, and some assurance that qualifying Negroes was determined to try and counteract some of the Joy we would
ship." would be guaranteed positions in some of the better hotels suchas surely miss. I therefore devoted my time and energies In an
Added the young Premier(he is only 36 years old), .'psychologically the Americana and the Eden Roc, percentage of Negroes effort to make it one of their best. I had done what I considereda
educationally, and economically, we are fully capable taking part in this course would sharply increase. The Negro is pretty thorough Job until fate interceded.Everything had gone
of managing our own affairs We want to be consulted on the by tradition more than mldly familiar with positions of service, well Christmas morning, I thought, until my youngest son,
appointment of the next Governor. We want consultations on but necessity and want have made them unattractive to Negroes Brian, remarked: "Gee-whiz! This is the worst Christmas
police matters.; desirous of the better things in Life. Even the unskilled amongus we've ever had. Why did it have to rain?" I just threw up my
Pindling said that when he took office a year ago, he recalled know a person's time is valuable, and it is within one's hands. In my preparations, I had forgotten to ask for good bicycle -
that the coming to power of hisall-blackCabinet had inspired"a rights to demand a decent wage for his or her labors. riding weather (smile)
lot fearful talk and prophecies of doom." But he said that
there has been no flight of money, and that therefore, the
colony is prosperous.Mr. *Wf OF THE ILL EFFECTS OF POINT I OF/

Pindling, who likes to call himself "conservative witha CRUELTY THAT IT MAKES 0 ItETURftJ-
social conscience." has spent a great deal of time reassur- THE BYSTANDERS CRUEL!
ing white investors that, despite the advent of a black government IdUXTON'
representing the majority of Bahamians, their personsand
property are safe and that his goal is a multiracial society.But .
so far, Nassau's poor are still somewhat poor, since
you can not kill poverty that has been alive for so long over-
night. Therefore, Nassau's "Over the Hill" Negroes are still
not too prosperous. There have been some improvement,how-
ever, since the administration took over a year ago. There : : .

are some new parks, and street lighting has been extended to : T _
areas where darkness was very much in evidence. And there
are some new schools,a very important item on the list of im-
proved conditions




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Primier Lynden 0. Pindling of the Bahamas, for masterly
governing his country in quasi Independence,and for assuring
American tourists, regardless of race and color, that they will
receive the quintessence of courtesy when they reach the Ba- K
hamas shores.
Mr. Porter W. Homer, county manager, Metropolitan Dade
County, for his significant appointments of qualified persons,
regardless of race or creed,and for instilling lights in streets
that needed them, regardless of the neighborhood.Mrs. .
Ruth North Polite, retired school teacher for being
one of the most active civic worlers in the community, and for
being a most gracious hostess.



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6 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 12, 19Congratulations I

I: m a eP -e.1f'/ 1FiEJii4rt ; l1tQftdfei9( t4dOCl

to Mrs. Oscar L. (Athalie) Range who has : BY PRISCILLA REDDING
been named to receive the Leonard L.Abess Human Relations

Award, the first Negro ever to be so honored. January 28, is _
the date. Holiday guest of Mrs. Maxine Ford and daughters, Pamela

Severe winter weather continues to grip much of the nation s 1j, and Brenda of 14081 Harrison Street, were the John T. Spellers -

today and sent freezing temperatures deep into the South. But and their two teenage sons, John and Stevle of Laurinburg,

alas, we in Miami still boast of our wonderful weather. That's N. C. Mr.Speller Is the principal of the I. Ellis Johnson Schoolof
the reason why so many visitors sought relief from the sub- Laurinburg, N. C. and Mrs. Speller is a Scotland County

zero temperatures at home: Alfred James Moncur, who is A supervisor. While in our fair city, they resided at the Hampton

visiting his sister, Mildred Clarke; Bessie Rooker, Brooklyn, House and Villas.
houseguest of the Bosfields; from Chicago, Rudolph Hobson, The Earl Dinkins family motored Alabama for the Christ-
guest of Herbert and Vivian Long; from Detroit, Mr. and Mrs. mas holidays. Mr. Dinkins attended the wedding of a coworker -

Gerald Davis and daughter, Debra; from Ft. Valley, Ga., Mr. at Tuskegee Institute, and Mrs. Dinkins visited her motherIn
Clayborn Edwards and Ruby Parks, all houseguests of the Birmingham. She en joyed being with a sister from New York
Cleophas Allgoods; from Buffalo, Asenath Harout Michael to and a sister from Detroit who brought a friend from the motor

visit her mother, Mrs. Jane Herout.
Friends are sending get well wishes to city.Returning to school are: Lewanzer Lassiter and William

Gwendolyn J, Howard who is recuperatingat Johnson from Rollins College; Wayne Fulton from FloridaState

home after surgery at Baptist Hospital. University, Gloria Allen from Clark college,Gwendolyn Ross,
Thomas and Hester Bland and their child- Howard University; and Gwendolyn Gibson, University of South

ren, Jacquetta, Thomas and Valeria motored Florida. May they strive to get a better education to face the

to Charleston, S.C. for the holidays.Mrs. coming society.
Laura Weaver (Oscar's Mom) flew On the third Sunday of this month, the judges will be select-

from Rome, Ga. to spend the holidays with Bmileaa VtiitiJLocd ing the "Lawn of the Month' from area 3. Area 3 includes
her sons and their families Mrs. Weaver AJ,4 SapW1re homes from Buchanan Street to 102nd Avenue.

returned to her home on Sunday. Remember to keep all shrubs and cuttings in a container

. Mrs. Viola Darby of Jacksonville was a G. HOWARD eMptfA f because the county does not pick them up til. the end of the
holiday guest of Samuel and Nalton Darby. month.

Faye Williams flew to Miami from Chicago Dr. Larzette G. Hale, supreme Mrs. Hale has served as Na- Why don't you have a well groomed lawn!

where she's audiologist for the Chicago basileus of Alpha Kappa tional Treasurer of the Alpha Ladies: The time has come again for registering In new
Alpha Sorority, will be in Mi- Kappa Alpha Sorority. In Au- will at Richmond Heights Junior
Board of Health, to liven the holidays for classes. Classes begin High
ami Friday to visit the local gust of 1966, she was electedthe
school Jan. 8 and close April 30.
her mom, Opal Williams King. ,
of Al-
Gamma Zeta Omega chapter. Supreme Basileus Now is the time to plan for your spring sewing for the fami-
On Sunday, Jan. 7, Mrs. Salonic Roberts The occasion is the Founder'sDay pha KappaAlphaSororitywithamembership
III ly. Please come in and register, so that you will not miss any
hosted a reception at her home after the celebration and will be a of more than 40-,
lessons. This too will give us an idea of the days you will be
christening of her granddaughter, Monlquc closed rededication service at 000 trained college women.
able to attend. If you have any questions,you may call Mrs. C,
Danielle. the home of Soror Gussie Since 1960, Mrs. Hale has Brooks at 235-0240.

Gregory Brown has returned to Holy Dobbs, 1852 NW 56th Street. served as Director of the

Rosary after a visit with his mother,. Clara Dr. Hale is a native of Ok- Langston University Develop-
FAYE WILLIAMS Darby. Ditto Bill and Mary Barnett. lahoma. Her undergraduate ment Foundation. She Is now
training was completed at Director of Development and lJdtat "Jo OUewe $otutdtM lJaI/
Added to the lists of the holiday vacationers to the Bahamaswere Langston University and she Public Relations at Langston

Mrs. Lillian Albury; Mrs. Daisey Strachan, Mrs. Marie received both the M.A.u and University, and is the only wo- The Miami Alumnae chapter Future: The promise and the
McKinney, Jack and Angie Cooper. Ph. D. degrees from the Uni- man Director of Development of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority potential."

After an abscence of 38 years, Mrs. Frances Gibson returned versity of Wisconsin.In among the institutions who will observe Founders' Day on The following women will
to Nassau for the Yuletide season. She was the house- 1951, Mrs. Hale passedthe hold membership in the Co- Sunday, January 14. A unique be honored on this programfor
guest of her niece, Vernice Thurston McDonald.Mrs. examination to become a operative College Develop- program has been planned and outstanding service to this
Certified Public Accountant. ment Program.Mrs. will be presented at the,Churchof community: Mrs. Ida Bell

Tempest Summersett of New Brunswick, N. J. was the She Is one of less than ten Negro Hale is the wife of Dr. the Open Door,beginning Jackson, Mrs. Athalie Range,
houseguest of her brother and sister-In-law,Henry and Emma Certified Public Accountant William H. Hale, the tenth at 4:00 p.m. Mrs. Olive Alexander, Mrs.

(Beautyrama) Summersett. She set up her ovum pub- President of Langston University The program chairman, Charlotte F. Clarke, Mrs.
Miami's loss is California's gain Bernice Coleman and lic accounting off ice in Atlanta The Hales have three Miss Anna Jackson,and her Irene Straughter, Mrs.CarrieB.

daughters, Patricia and Darshan have moved toLos Angeles. Georgia, in 1955. daughters two of whom are committee have put forth much Anderson, Mrs. Linnie
Mrs. Hale has served as with them at Langston Uni- effort to bring to the general Fannin, and Mrs.Dana Dorsey
Friends of Deacon B. Clarence Holmes are happy to know chairman of the Business Ad- versity and tie third daughteris public a unique program of interest Chapman.

that he has returned from New Port News to settle in Miami. ministration Departmentat in Columbus, Ohio. The guest spealer, A cordial invitation Is ex-
Angie and Thomas McCray along with VincentHerout ofTal; Clark College, Atlanta, Ga. Mrs. Dorothy Orr of Ft. Laud- tended to the citizenry of Miami -
lahassee added to the joys of the holiday for Mrs. Jane Herout, She Is a member of the erdale, will speak from the to Join the Deltas in this

of West Palm Beach. Kappa Delta Phi Honorary theme, "Women Confront the annual observance.
Education Society and Alpha R

Get well wishes to Velma Symonette Williams at Jackson; Kappa Mu Honorary Scholar- .. ru

Vivian Gardner Long at North Shore Hospital; William Pate ship Society. Her other professional
at Hialeah Hospital. :affiliations Include)
is "Sweet sixteen membership In American Institute -
Happiness being says Stephanie Lyons, ,
who celebrated with a birthday party on Saturday,Jan. 6, at the of Certified Public Accountants ash -"
home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Rolle. Women's Sodety of
Certified Public Accountants,

After two weeks enjoying Miami's balmy weather, Sallie and the American Accounting

Kelly of Long Island N. Y.returned home to zero weather. She Association.She .
was the houseguest of her daughter and son-in-law, Viola and has been very active in
Ulysses Mason, and her brother and his wife, Augustas and civic affairs. In 1960, she was
Mildred Pinckney. voted Woman of the Year in

Mrs. Mable Daniels celebrated her birthday on Monday,Jan. Business in Atlanta, Georgia.

8, with a party for her family and friends. She has served as vicepresident Mrs. Bertha Lee-Glover,
of the Langston Uni-
8900 NW 18th Ave.
Here from New York for a visit with their mother, Mrs. versity Credit Union, she is engagement of her daugh-
Lernette Grant were Eldridge and Grant. now a member of the Governor's -
Beverly ter, Valeria, to Garfield Jack-
Juliet Porter and Edwina Advisory Committee on
daughter Jettedin
man, Jr., 1752 NW 51st Terrace -
from New York City to Naomi spend the AntiPoverty Programs In the The wedding will take
holidays with their mother and State and Executive Board of
grandmother, place February 3, at Holy Re-
the Oklahoma Health and Wel-
Naomi Grant Butler. Little Edwina celebrated deemer Catholic
her birthday with a party during her fare Association. Church.

Motoring to Miami from New York

joyable for George Taylor, Rolando Party For Foreign Studentswas
Eldridge Grant, who visited here better't
holidays. .\1 Kelsey Dorsett,vicepresident the serving of conch salad.
Friends of Opal King of Vogue ..../ .:: of Student Government at The students clamored for
are happy to know that she is feeling -:: ,1' Miami Dade Junior Collegeand more of the native Bahamian

and back to her booth. NAOMI BUTLER his lovely finance, Willa dish.
i Randolph, hosted a fun-filled Kelsey was one of the three
Home from the army visiting family and relatives,Spc.
party some of the foreign American participants in the
Glensa Pool who Is stationed in
Washington, D.C.
participants in the re- International Seminar.
Newmen coming to Miami for the Super Bowl game in the
cent CIV Council interna-
Orange Bowl Sunday Include Ken Wilson of the Baltimore Afro- tional Visitors( Mrs. Ova Killens, wife of Hiss, Tim Lindsey, MaryAlc-
) Seminar. The the
American, and N. A. Sweets of the St. Louis American. They party was held at the beautiful THANK YOU NOTICE entertainment Impresario, Coy, John A. Diaz, Mr. and
Clyde Killens
will go on to Nassau for the NNPA Workshop. Rev. and Sis. W. Thomas transformedher Mrs. Willie Slater, Dr. and
home of his aunt Mable
palatial home in the heartof
Mrs. Elmer Ward Attorney
Dorsett Glover of 3249 NW 43 would like to use this methodto the Central District Into the ,
Josephine Walker
Mrs. Agnes Bodie of Miami was honored with a family reunion Terrace. thank the members of scene of a hilarious NewYear's ,
after 30 years of separation from members of the fami- The students representingsuch Corinth Baptist Church, Eve with Grosser. and
party, her Also Evelyn Smith, Mr.
ly. Those present were: Arthur L. Bodie, son; Mrs. Lillian countries as Iron, friends and visitors for their house guests, Mr. and and
Mrs Mr.
Bodie daughter Brookly N. Mrs. Mildred Clair Zambia Vietnam financial help, gifts, love and Mrs. M. T. Sweeney,
Y.; B. Long Nigeria, Seymour Williams of Tulsa Eliza-
Island, N. Y.; Thomas A. Bodie and family, Gary Indiana; Ethopia, and India among cards rendered to them dur- Oklahoma, as the honorees., Mrs. Edmond Jackson, Lil-
Emerald Moulton; Irma p. Bodie and Inez Bodie, Miami; Ma- others, enjoyed themselves in ing the Christmas holidays, beth Telly, Louise Davis,
vis Bodie, Irma Pwltns and son,Walter; Edythe James, LabonG. listening American jazz, and also during Rev. Thomas lian M a z 0 n, ,Pearl Stirrup,
Bodie and son, Latanya Russell, Jennifer Bodie, Anthony rock and "soul" music. sickness Asking for each of punch Among bowl those seen at the Gloria Henderson, Mrs. W. B..

Bodie, all of Miami; Mr.and Mrs. Freddie Howard, Baltimore, Those helping serve for the your prayers continually now trays and hors-d'ouxre Sawyer, Maude Reid, MamieThompson
Maryland. The family was home to friends all day Christmas.In evening were Kelsey's mother and throughout 1968. May God I Anne were: Ruth N. Polite, Mamie Gill, Mr.
the city for the Super Bowl game are Herb Douglas and Lillie, his aunts Zelma Black bless and keep all of you. Blanche Lindsey, Alice Hawkins, and Mrs. David Dobbs,Sr., and
Buddy Young of Schieffelin and Co., George Brown of Pepsi- and Mable D.Glover.The most Rev. and Sis. W. T. Therms'of iels Calloway, Eddie Dan- Mr. and M r s Seymour Wil-
Cola and Herb Wright of Phillip Morris. enjoyable part of the evening Corinth Baptist Church. Dunn, Bettye Alford, Ozelle liams, from Tulsa,Oklahoma,
i and Mrs. Charles the guests of honor.

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r6III&. Free Jazz Concert In North Miami leach

Alan Rock, local Jazz pro- lag artist Ira Sullivan and his This concert is sponsored
a moter, formerly of WMBM radio quintet, plus the most exciting by the NMB Cultural Committee i
is producing a concert of voice of Barbara Eussell. as a community service
contemporary American mu-
sic in the Jazz idiom. Everyone -
is invited to en Joy this free LIB-CITY
concert to be held at the North
6tENNEDY'Ml Miami Beach auditorium, 17011 FIRST MIAMI RUN
THE LITTLE RED BOOK( ) Food and administration
: Drug ', 4t4.
p NE 19th Avenue at 7:30
commissioner Dr James L. Goddard pre- AMIICA i..r. y DRIVE IN '1 IHEATRE
dicts that 20 years from now drug stores will ta ef Sunday t1sts,Include January the 14.Miami- MBA. *.. Irwar.
disappear as an outlet for prescription $tlMNO *
College Studio Jazzdirection
items The FDA chief feels that prescription V I Leslie A
e, of
drugs for patients would come from a J";: ""Ms band iscol ":)'' ,
"therapy adviser" in the doctor's office and .' rL Marlowe
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not from the corner drug store ,.. Former _
Liberty City Pool and Hallandale Palms III t. b
night club owner Ernie Busker's son Robert 1 11
slain by stickup men In a Hallandale bank '. Introducing Doria eea*
parking lot.

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NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Singer Billy Eckstine's son home aftera 4'7", iJ: r I
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year's Vietnam . Extra post office help as wellas .
regulars applauded for their fine efforts in handling Uncle A delegation of music and drama students from Jean Fisher, Letty Cross, .,
Sam's heavy mail during the holidays , Orchids to North- Kingston, Jamaica's St Catherine High School this and Mrs. Pauline Morris. -Mil..
side Shopping Center for its huge Christmas tree display which week placed a wreath at the Torch of Friendship in honor photo.
for the past six or seven years lighted up the area with its of the late President John F. Kennedy and the late
brilliance and guided the paths of motorists and strollers to Mayor Robert King High. They are holding Scrolls of
and from the busy sector. .Angela (Candace) ByrdGooden'shubby Friendship presented by the City of Miami. Left to right:
James Andrews Gooden here. Mayme Bondu, public relations agent for the City of

Miami; Mrs. Iris Whittaker, Drama and Music instructorat
SALT WATER TAFFY: Academy award winner Sidney Poi- Patricia Soon-pan Graham Jennifer
St. Catherine; Anno -
tier and Joan Murray holding hands ? ? ? Chales (A-Tisket) e
Browne, Monica Potts, Hope Smith, Donna Bernard -
Taylor over to Nassau for New Year's Day Jackson Mem-
Patricia Ho-On, Paulette/ Lee, Annette Ho'Shoe,
hospital nurses' aid winds
Mary Kemp up a 14-day vacation -
this weekend . Simon Powell now general managerof
Grand Union's Steven's super mart. Louise Cooper Moreino Named To
chauffeuring her paralytic son Frank around in her snazzy
Chewy prior to their takeoff for the Bahamas . Mrs Joe
(Mamie) Kershaw back home on recoup list. Supervisory Post At

THE WEEK'S WASH: Calvin Allen from Domino Liquors to '
manager of Goode's bar and lounge??? Super marts and cor- New BFG Plant

ner grocers lamenting over their sellout of the New Year's products service center under Ic---:: '
traditional blackeye peas (a dinner delicacy)but revelling over construction here is announced :
the fact that their store shelves were empty . Mrs Millie t tI T
by B, J. Scafidi, regional
Byrd-Parker from Jackson Memorial to Oliver Convalescentin airline
manager -- tires.
North Dade . The Lionel Hamptons celebrating 31 yearsof Moreino, 39, who began his mWE t t i tt
wedded bliss Dunbar elementary head-secretary Mae-
career with BFG in 1953 in the t ,
bell Wilson ill in Cedars of Lebanon.
company's Providence, R. I, 4r,3b
STUFF AND SUCH: New Bethel Missionary Baptist Rev store, formerly was manger of ; 44
Eleazer and Mrs Bain celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary the companys retread plant in
. Look for a new postage stamp to come out of Wash- Providence. Moreino is a vet-
ington. When it does it'll be a special memorial honoring the eran of the U. S. Navy. He has Mt ijr i

late Cardinal Spell-man . Benny Lattimore highlighted the had experience as a service- and4give you last Belief of Dandruff, Itchy; Scalp
Marco-Polo hotel's Yuletide show as emcee-comic with the man, retreader and supervisor -
Freddie scott band backing him upsteveAlaimQhowevef was He will make' 'his'home qnd Falling Hair. Aik for it at your favbrite \

stay of the'show ". Mrs Stella Robinson of Vidalia Georgia in Long island. salon drug store.A .
beauty or .
houseguesting with daughter and soninlaw Bill(Janie) Fry- The new, 25,000 square-foot
sons. service center at 70 Engineersr Three Month; Supply Only; VUQ .
o a d in Vanderbilt Industrial
SCRATCH MY BACK: Mrs. Salonic Roberts christened her Hauppauge, L. I.-Appoint- Park will serve the aircraft ' '
grandarling Monique Danielle Sunday(Jan 7)) . Helen Bushis ment of Joseph P. Moreino as tire needs of all commercial I Temple I' : Add. ft| |" %\ 50,J'Why
trying it again her second , Shedrick Solomon Davis production supervisor of the airlines in the eastern regionof
holidaying home from Tennessee State Ditto Harold Dean new B, F. Goodrich aviation the U. S.
Jr his wife Shirley and children from their adopted New York

City . And did I tell you that Harold's uncle Cecil Dean - -- ...-...- -
passed ? ? ? And that EarlandCleomie Dean were down from

Harlem for the funeral ? ??Bill Stirrup ailing at home . Not Have
The nags starting running in Nassau Tuesday no thorobredsjust
the native variety

THE GUTTERGAZETTE: That Broward county license plate
that frequents Dade twice weekly (after dark) with its male-

female occupants guffawing loudly over their secret escapadeshave .
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been doing great up to now. But'thee's another Broward r (
chariot that cruises down with its two lovey-doveys every Saturday -
who could have the last laugh if only a tire would
'blow' enroute II Uyoushould invite St Agnes Episcopal jun- / Delivered to Your Home
ior warden Levi Johnson and church secretary-treasurer Shed '
Gilbert to the same affair place them at different tables or

sit between them. ', e BY MAIL \

SWEETS TREATS: Junkanoo winners in Nassau New Year's
morning were: 1st prize The Crawfish-attired boys. 2nd

prize The Japanese-attired group of the 1800's. . USAFT/ EVER FRIDAY
Sgt Charles Williams was a holiday visitor with his wife Mattie
and kiddies. Charles is stationed at Recife Brazil and Mattieis
special education teacher at Dunbar elementary . Shut- MORNING
ins were made happy at holiday time when the Daughters of the \ ; : .-
King of St Agnes pulled names to cntribute and distribute 111
goodies to these unfortunates.
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MIAMI MUSINGS: More than 550 Dade County teachers hon I fL!
ored retiring Superintendent Joe Hall (he retires Jan 16)) on Less than 10 I
December 16 at a County Teachers Association affair The
Nelson Adams' lovely daughter Scevia Adams-Holland and hub- per copy

by Major and architect for Fry-Welch hometown visitors Mrs.

Holland is an instructor at Chambliss Children's House Demonstration ... ........ ... .. .. .... ...
School at T u s keg e e Institute while her hubby is
presently supervising construction of the InstitutE new chapel ( ) 1 YEAR$5.00 { ) 6 MONTHS -S3.00

and school ofnursfng.CONFIDENTIALLY. Mall to 6530NW 15th Avenue, Miami, Fla. 33147

YOURS: Inez McKinney's daughters Fill In : NAME
speech correctlonist of Charlevoix-Emmet intermediate
school Leod Dean and Tuskegee Institute student Demetra and '
Dean holidaying with mother . Jackie, (Moms) Mabley and
Jackie Wilson headline astar-studded cast ticketed for Miami ADDRESS '
Stadium January 20. Billy Stewart's great band and the Bim Mail
Bam Boo Trio support the Mabley-Wilson headliners on an
entertainment bill that's sure to floor you . That's it folks !!!'
from your one-man-newspaper who knows everybody and TODAY : CITY STATE _ _ _ ZIP CODe _ _ :

everybody's racket but who wants to join with his mother Mrs Check ( ) Money Order ( ) for $,....._,_ I. enclosed.
Henrietta Sweeting in thanking all kind and thoughtful friends ----------- .................f..t.........................s..s:
and relatives who remembered her so generously during the

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Congratulations to Mrs, Oscar L. (Athalie) Range who has 1. / BY PRISCILLA REDDING
been named to receive the Leonard L.Abess Human Relations

Award, the first Negro ever to be so honored. January 28, is
the date. Holiday guest of Mrs. Maxine Ford and daughters, Pamela

Severe winter weather continues to grip much of the nation and Brenda of 14081 Harrison Street, were the John T. Spell-

i today and sent freezing temperatures deep into the South. But ers and their two teenage sons, John and Stevie of Laurinburg,
alas, we in Miami still boast of our wonderful weather. That's N. C, Mr.Speller is the principal of the I. Ellis Johnson Schoolof
the reason why so many visitors sought relief from the sub- Laurinburg, N. C. and Mrs. Speller is a Scotland County

zero temperatures at home; Alfred James Moncur, who is v 4 supervisor. While in our fair city, they resided at the Hampton

visiting his sister, Mildred Clarke; Bessie Rooker, Brooklyn, T -J1H' House and Villas.
houseguest of the Bosfields; from Chicago, Rudolph Hobson, A The Earl Dinkins family motored Alabama for t he Christ-

guest of Herbert and Vivian Long; from Detroit, Mr. and Mrs. mas holidays. Mr. Dinkins attended the wedding of a coworker -

Gerald Davis and daughter, Debra; from Ft. Valley, Ga., Mr. at Tuskegee Institute, and Mrs. Dinkins visitedher motherin
Clayborn Edwards and Ruby Parks, all houseguests of the Birmingham. She enjoyed being with a sister from New York
Cleophas Allgoods; from Buffalo, Asenath Harout Michael to and a sister from Detroit who brought a friend from the motor
visit her mother Mrs. Jane Herout.
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Friends are sending get well wishes to a is Y+ o city.Returning to school are: Lewanzer Lassiter and William
Gwendolyn J, Howard who is recuperatingat kAM Johnson from Rollins College; Wayne Fulton from FloridaState

home after surgery at Baptist Hospital. University, Gloria Allen from ClarkCollege,Gwendolyn Ross,
Thomas and Hester Bland and their child r Howard University; and Gwendolyn Gibson, University of South

ren, Jacquetta, Thomas and Valeria motored Florida May they strive to get a bettereducationtofacethpcoming
to Charleston, S.C. for the holidays. society. '

Mrs. Laura Weaver (Oscar's Mom) flew On the third Sunday of this month, the judges will be select-

from Rome, Ga. to spend the holidays with 4&4i fWJ.4 ing the "Lawn of the Month' from area 3. Area 3 includes
her sons and their families. Mrs. Weaver Sap< returned to her home on Sunday. all shrubs and in
Remember to keep cuttings a container
Mrs. Viola Darby of Jacksonville was a fatal &{ tut not them til the end
. G. HOWARD apt because the county does pick up of the
I holiday guest of Samuel and Nalton Darby. month.

Faye Williams flew to Miami from Chicago Dr. Larzette G. Hale, supreme Mrs Hale has served as Na- Why don't you have a well groomed lawn!
basileus Alpha tional Treasurer of the Alpha
where she's audiologist for the Chicago Ladies; The time has come again for registering in new
Board of Health, to liven the holidays for Alpha Sorority, will be in Miami Kappa Alpha Sorority. In Au- classes. Classes will begin at Richmond Heights Junior High
Friday to visit the local gust of 1966, she was elected
her mom, Opal Williams King. school, Jan. 8 and close April 30.
Gamma Zeta Omega chapter.Alpia Now is the time to plan for your spring sewing for the fami-
On Sunday, Jan. 7, Mrs. Salonic Roberts The occasion is the a
ly. Please come in and register, so that you will not miss
hosted a reception at her home after the Day celebration and will be a membership of more than 40-, any
lessons. This too will give us an idea of the days will be
christening of her granddaughter, Monique closed rededication service at 000 trained college women. you
able to attend. If have questions call Mrs.
Danielle. you any you may C.
the home of Soror Gussie Since 1960, Mrs. Hale has
Brooks at 235-0240.
Gregory Brown has returned to Holy Dobbs, 1852 NW 56th Street.Dr. served as Director of the
Rosary after a visit with his mother. Clara- Hale is a native of Ok- Langston University Develop
FAYE WILLIAMS Darby. Ditto Bill and Mary Barnett. lahoma. Her undergraduate ment Foundation. She is now
training was completed at Director of Development and Tbltu Jo Ofoewe bode 7JaJ
Added to the lists of the holiday vacationers to the Bahamaswere {
Langston University and she Public Relations at Langston
Mrs. Lillian Albury Mrs. Strachan Mrs. Marie
; received both the M.A.u and University, and is the only woman The Miami Alumnae chapterof Future; The promise and the
MCKinney Jack Angie Cooper.
Ph. from the Uni- Delta Theta "
D. degrees Director of Development Sigma Sororitywill potential.

After an abscence of 38 years, Mrs. Frances Gibson returned versity of Wisconsin.In among the institutions who observe Founders' Day on The following women will
to Nassau for the Yuletide season. She was the house- 1951, Mrs. Hale passedthe hold membership in the Cooperative Sunday, January 14, A unique be honored on this programfor
guest of her niece, Vernice Thurston McDonald. examination to become a College Develop program has been planned and outstanding service to this

Certified public Accountant. ment Program.Mrs. will be presented at the,Church community: Mrs. Ida Bell
Mrs. Tempest Summersett o f New Brunswick, N. J. was the She is one of less thantenNegro Hale is the wife of Dr. of the Open Door,beginning Jackson, Mrs. Athalie Range,
houseguest of her brother and sister-in-law,Henry and Emma Certified Public Accountant William H. Hale, the tenth at 4:00: p.m. Mrs. Olive Alexander, Mrs.

(Beautyrama) Summersett. She set up her own pub President of Langston Uni- The program chairman, Charlotte F. Clarke, Mrs.
Miami's loss is Call fo r n i a's gain. Bernice Coleman and lic accounting office in Atlanta versity. The Hales have three Miss Anna Jackson,a n d her Irene Straughter, Mrs.CarrieB.

daughters, Patricia and Darshan have moved to.Los Angeles. Georgia, in 1955. daughters two of whom are committee have put forth much Anderson, Mrs. Linnie

Mrs. Hale has served as with them at Langston University effort to bring to the general Fannin, and Mrs.Dana Dorsey
Friends of Deacon B, Clarence Holmes are happy to know chairman of the Business Administration and tie third daughteris public a unique program of interest Chapman.

that he has returned from New Port News to settle in Miami. Departmentat in Columbus, Ohio. The guest spealer, A cordial Invitation is ex-
Angie and Thomas McCray along with VincentHerout of Tal; Clark College, Atlanta, Ga. Mrs. Dorothy Orr of Ft.Lauderdale tended to the citizenry of Mi-
lahassee added to the Joys of the holiday for Mrs. Jane Herout, She is a member of the will speak from the ami to join the Deltas in this

of West Palm Beach. Kappa Delta Phi Honorary d theme, "Women Confront the annual observance.
Education Society and Alpha

Get well wishes to Velma Symonette Williams at Jackson; Kappa Mu Honorary Scholarship
Vivian Gardner Long at North Shore Hospital; William Pate Society. Her other pro
at Hialeah Hospital. fessional :affiliations include) 1

Happiness is being "Sweet sixteen," says Stephanie Lyons, membership in American Institute
who celebrated with birthday party on Saturday,Jan. 6, at the of Certified Public Ac-

home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Rolle. countants, Women's Society ,,' -

Certified public Accountants, .., ,') ;
After two weeks enjoying Miami's balmy weather, Sallie and the American Accounting "
Kelly of Long Island N. Y. returned home to zero weather. She Association.She '.7,

was the houseguest of her daughter son-in-law, Viola and has been very active in
Ulysses Mason, and her brother and his wife, Augustas and civic affairs. In 1960, she was
Mildred Pinckney.Mrs. voted Woman of the Year in

Mable Daniels celebrated her birthday on Monday,Jan. Business in Atlanta, Georgia.
8, with a party for her family and friends. She has served as vicepresident -
of the Langston Uni- Mrs. Bertha Lee Glover,

Here from New York for a visit with their mother, Mrs. versity Credit Union, she is 8900 NW 18th Ave.,announcesthe
Lernette Grant, were Eldridge and Beverly Grant. now a member of the Governor's engagement of her daughter
Valeria to Garfield Jack-
Juliet Porter and daughter, Edwina jettedin Advisory Committee on ,
man, Jr. 1752 NW 51st Terrace
from New York City to Naomi spend the Anti-Poverty Programs inthe -
State and Executive Board of The wedding will take
holidays with their mother and grandmother,
Naomi Grant Butler. Little Edwina celebrated the Oklahoma Health and Welfare place February 3, at Holy Redeemer

her birthday with a party during her visit. Association. Catholic Church.

Motoring to Miami from New York was en- \

joyable for George Taylor, Rolando Cole and Party For Foreign Studentswas r aN
Eldridge Grant, who visited here for the
holidays. \,1-: ... Kelsey Dorsett,vicepresident the serving of conch salad.
Friends of Opal King of Vogue Beauty Fair ,:tot ,,- of Student Government at The students clamored for (
are happy to know that she is feeling- better ''';' Miami Dade Junior Collegeand more of the native Bahamian - 1
and back to her booth. NAOMI BUTLER his lovely finance, Willa dish.

Randolph, hosted a fun-filled Kelsey was one of the three
Home from the army visiting family and relatives,Spc.
party of the
foreign American
I Glensa Pool, who is stationed in Washington, D.C. participants in the '
student wissl'' '
participants in there- International 1't
Newmen coming to Miami for the Super Bowl game in the cent Seminar.
CIV (Council International
Orange Bowl Sunday include Ken Wilson of the Baltimore Afro- Visitors Mrs. Ova Killens, wife of Hiss, Tim Lindsey, Mary McCoy -
) Seminar. The
American, and N. A. Sweets of the St. Louis American. the entertainment impresario and
They party was held at the beautiful THANK YOU NOTICE John A. Diaz, Mr.
will go on to Nassau for the NNPA Clyde Killens transformed and
Workshop.Mrs. home of his aunt, Mable Rev. and Sis. W. T. Thomas her Mrs. Willie Slater, Dr.
Dorsett Glover of 3249 NW 43 would like to use this method the palatial Central home in the heartof Mrs. Elmer Ward, Attorney
Agnes Bodie of Miami was honored with a family reunion Terrace. to thank the members of District into the Josephine Walker, Margaret
scene of
a hilarious
after 30 years of separation from members of the family The students representingsuch Corinth Baptist Church, Year's New Grosser.
Those present were? Arthur L. Bodie, son; Mrs. Lillian countries as Iron, friends and visitors for their house Eve party, with her Also Evelyn Smith, Mr. and

Bodie, daughter, Brookly, N. y,; Mrs. Mildred B.Clair, Long Zambia, Nigeria, Vietnam, financial help, gifts, love and Seymour guests, Mr. and Mrs Mrs. M. T. Sweeney, Mr. and
Island, N. Y.; Thomas A, Bodie and family, Gary Indiana; Ethopia, and India among cards rendered to them during Oklahoma of Tulsa, Mrs. Edmond Jackson, Eliza-
Emerald Moulton; irma p. Bodie and Inez Bodie, Miami; Ma- others, enjoyed themselves in the Christmas holidays, as the honorees. beth Telly, Louise Davis, Lillian -

vis Bodie, Irma Parlins and son,Walter;Edythe James, LabonG listening American jazz, and also during Rev. Thomas M a z 0 n, :pearl Stirrup,
Bodie and son, Latanya Russell, Jennifer Bodie, Anthony rock and "soul" music. sickness. Asking for each of Among those seen at the Gloria Henderson, Mrs. W.$.
Bodie, all of Miami; Mr.and Mrs. Freddie Howard, Baltimore, Those helping serve for the your prayers continually now punch bowl and hors-d'ouxre Sawyer, Maude Reid, Mamie l
Maryland. The family was home to friends all day Christmas.In evening were Kelsey's mother and throughout 1968. May God trays were; Ruth N. Polite Thompson, Mamie Gill Mr.

the city for the Super Bowl game are Herb Douglas and Lillie, his aunts Zelma Black bless and keep all of you Anne Blanche Lindsey, Alice Hawkins, and Mrs. David Dobbs,Sr.,and
Buddy Young of Schleffelln and Co., George Brown of Pepsi- and Mable D.Glover.The most Rev. and Sis. W. T. Thongs iels Calloway, Eddie Dan- Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Williams -
.. Cola and Herb Wright of Phillip Morris. enjoyable part of the evening of Corinth Baptist Church. Dunn, Bettye Alford, Ozelle from Tulsa,Oklahoma,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles the guests of honor.


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THE LITTLE RED BOOK: Food and Drug administration .
commissioner Dr James L. Goddardpredicts IIICA s y 'P
I that 20 years from now drug stores will f r !
disappear as an outlet for prescription ,:!
Items The FDA chief feels that prescription '
drugs for patients would come from a : ir- 'f'i
"therapy adviser" In the doctor's office and -
not from the corner drug store. Former I
Liberty City Pool and Hallandale Palms
night club owner Ernie Busker's son Robert "
slain by stickup men In a Hallandale bank : !
parking lot.

NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Singer Billy Eckstine's son home after ._. .
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a year's stint in Vietnam . Extra post office help as well I a- -- ""- '
as regulars applauded for their fine efforts In handling Uncle A delegation of music and drama students from Jean Fisher, Letty Cross, Sonia Foster, Yvonne Potts 1
Sam's heavy mall during the holidays . Orchids to North- Kingston, Jamaica's St. Catherine High School this and Mrs. Pauline Morris. -Miami-Metro News Bureau I
side Shopping center for Its huge Christmas tree display which week placed a wreath at the Torch of Friendship in honor photo.
for the past six or seven years lighted up the area with its of the late President John F. Kennedy and the late

brilliance and guided the paths of motorists and strollers to Mayor Robert King High. They are holding Scrolls of .
and from the busy sector...Angela (Candace) ByrdGooden'shubby Friendship presented by the City of. Miami. Left to right: 4 Is t 0
James Andrews Gooden here. Mayme Bondu, public relations agent for the City of

Miami; Mrs. Iris Whittaker, Drama and Music instructorat 1. 1v
SALT WATER TAFFY: Academy award winner Sidney Pol- St. Catherine; Patricia Soon-Fah, Anna Graham, Jen-
tier and Joan Murray holding hands ? ? ? Chales (A-Tisket)
nifer Browne, Monica Potts, Hope Smith, Donna Bernard -
Taylor over to Nassau for New Year's Day. . Jackson Mem-
Patricia Ho-On, Paulette Lee, Annette Ho-Shoe,
orial hospital nurses' aid Mary Kemp winds up a 14-day va-
cation this weekend . Simon Powell now general manager
Grand Union's Steven's super mart. . Louise Cooper Moreino Named To
chauffeuring her paralytic son Frank around In her snazzy
Chewy prior to their takeoff for the Bahamas . Mrs Joe
(Mamie) Kershaw back home on recoup list. Supervisory Post At

THE WEEK'S WASH: Calvin Allen from Domino Liquors to
manager of Goode's bar and lounge??? Super marts and cor- New BFG Plant
ner grocers lamenting over their sellout of the New Year's '
products service center under i
traditional blackeye (a dinner but
peas delicacy) revelling over construction here is announced -
the fact that their store shelves were empty. ... Mrs Millie i S ii
by B. J. Scafidi, regional
Byrd-Parker from Jackson Memorial to Oliver Convalescentin airline
manager -- tires.
North Dade . The Lionel Hamptons celebrating 31 yearsof Moreino, 39, who began his E Wirtvajiijfito i i )
wedded bliss . Dunbar
elementary head-secretary Mae-
career with BFG In 1953 in the P S I
bell Wilson ill In Cedars of Lebanon.
company's Providence, R. I.
STUFF AND SUCH: New Bethel Missionary Baptist Rev. 4 store, formerly was manger of
Eleazer and Mrs Bain celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary the companys retread plant in
. Look for a new postage stamp to come out of Wash- 4FIiii Providence Moreino Is a veteran -
ington. When it does It'll be a special memorial honoring the of the U. S. Navy. He has

late Cardinal Spell-man . Benny Lattimore highlighted the t had experience as a serviceman and $1v* you fas! relief of Dandruff, Itchy Scalp
Marco-Polo hotel's Yuletide show as emcee-comic with the retreader and supervisor r

Freddie scott' ( band backing him up.:Steve Alaimohowever was He will make' 'his'homein and Falling. Hair.' Ak b lor i ;.at. your" ' favorite. \
star"of the show . Mrs Stella Robinson of Vidalia Georgia Long"island. beauty salon or drug store.A .
houseguesting with daughter and soninlaw the Bill(Janie)Fry- The new,25,000 square-foot ,
sons. service center at 70 Engineersr Three Mqnth Supply: Ortly $1,50
0 a d in Vanderbilt Industrial
SCRATCH MY BACK: Mrs. Salonic Roberts christened her Hauppauge, L. I.-Appoint- Park will serve the aircraft lE'M-PL
grandarling Monique Danielle Sunday(Jan 7)) . Helen Bushis ment of Joseph p. Moreino as tire needs of all commercial 'temp': .e / 'dd '$1'50
trying It again her second . Shedrick Solomon Davis production supervisor of the airlines In the eastern regionof ,QRQWER '
holidaying home from Tennessee State . Ditto Harold Dean new B. F. Goodrich aviation the U. S.
Jr his wife Shirley and children from their adopted New York
City . And did I tell you that Harold's uncle Cecil Dean
passed ? ? ? And that EarlandCleomie Dean were down from
Harlem for the funeral ? ??Bill Stirrup ailing at home .
The nags starting running in Nassau Tuesday -no thorobredsjust 1 Why Not HaveDelivered
the native variety.

THE GUTTER GAZETTE: That Broward county license plate
that frequents Dade twice weekly(after dark) with its male-
female occupants guffawing loudly over their secret escapadeshave
been doing great up to now.But'thee's another Broward
chariot that cruises down with its twolovey-doveysevery Saturday :a 5s
who could have the last laugh if only a tire would
'blow' enroute .If you should invite St Agnes Episcopal jun- / to Your Home
ior warden Levi Johnson and church secretary-treasurer Shed '
Gilbert to the same affair place them at different tables or "

sit between them, BY MAIL rI
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SWEETS TREATS: Junkanoo winners in Nassau New Year's
morning were: 1st prize The Crawfish-attired boys. 2nd
prize The Japanese-attired group of the 1800's. . USAFT/ e EVER FRIDAY
Sgt Charles Williams was a holiday visitor with his wife Mattie '
and kiddies. Charles is stationed at Recife Brazil and MattieIs / % iMORNING
special education teacher at Dunbar elementary Shut-
ins were made happy holiday time when the Daughters of the ,r
King of St Agnes pulled names to cntributeand distribute
goodies to these unfortunates. I

MIAMI MUSINGS: More than 550 Dade County teachers hon r'L : o
ored retiring Superintendent Joe Hall (he retires Jan 16) on Less than 10 I
December 16 at a county Teachers Association affair The "
Nelson Adams' lovely daughter Scevia Adams-Holland and hubby per copy

Major and architect F ry-Welch hometown visitors.Mrs. .
at Chambliss Children's House Demonstration ,
Holland Is an // / / / / / / SSISIII/1111I11111I11//11
School at T us keg e e Institute while her hubby Is
presently supervising construction of the Institutds new chapel ( ) 1 YEAR$5.00 ( ) 6 MONTH -$ .

and school of nursing.CONFIDENTIALLY. : Miami, Fla. 33147 :

YOURS: Inez McKinney's daughters Fill : !
speech cor r ec ti on ist of Charlevoix-Emmet intermediate I edIn ADDRESSAvenue
school Leod Dean and Tuskegee Institute student Demetra 1
Dean holidaying with mother . Jackie, (Moms) Mabley and l
Jackie Wilson headline a star-studded cast ticketed for Miami : :
Stadium January 20. Billy Stewart's great band and the Bim Mall !
headliners on an
Bam Boo Trio support the Mabley-Wilson J
entertainment bill that's sure to floor you . That's It folks
from your one-man-newspaper who knows everybody and TOP4YA CITY STATE ZIP CODe t I

everybody's racket but who wants to join with his mother Mrs Check ( ) Money Order ( ) for $......... l I. enclo edrr 1
Henrietta Sweeting in thanking all kind and thoughtful friends 7 l I I I l l I l l l l l l l/111//.............................................................
and relatives who remembered her so generously during the
holiday season. :

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Free Jazz Concert In North Miami leach

Alan Rock, local Jazz pro- tag artist Ira Sullivan and his This concert is sponsored
moter, formerlyofWMBMra- quintet, plus the most exciting by the NMB Cultural Committee .1
qr' 1 dio, is producing a concert of voice of Barbara Eussell. as a community service.
et contemporary American mu-
sic In the Jazz Idiom. Everyone -
y 1
Is Invited to enjoy this free
w concert to be held at the North

Miami Beach auditorium, 17011 FIRST MIAMI RUN

'- NE 19th Avenue, at 7:30 p.m. DRIVE -THEATRE
L M? l on Sunday, January 14. ...
Artists include the Miami-
Dade Jr. College Studio Jazz SUImNG P ,
"v i Band under the direction of Leslie
John Alexander. This band Is
scheduled to host the Intercol-
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Miami Beach auditorium next

year.Also performing at this con Doriap
cert will be Atlantic record- <

LOS ESTACOS, MEX. Diana Ross, lead singer of "Diana Ross and The Su- .
premes" concentrates on the dramatic overtones of a scene about to be shot for the Smokers Can r
TARZAN TV series while members of the cast beam approvingly. In this scene, she
is joined by Mary Wilson and Cindy Birdsong in a rendition of a specially written hymn Kick The H abit
"The Lord Helps Those Who Help Themselves."
The program will be aired on NBC.T V Friday, January 12, at 7:30 p.m. EST and
marks their first effort in straight dramatic roles by the three members of the most Smokers! The decision to
popular female vocal group in history. kick the habit may be as closeas
your telephone.In .

Supremes Go Wild; On Tarzan TV EpisodeOn effect now, smokers can
dial 693-1983 and hear a 60-

Friday, January 12 at The program represents the ". . real troupers,overflow second recording designed to
7:30 p.m. on the coast to coast first television appearance in ing with shear talent . ab- help the smoker establish a
network of NBC-TV, the a dramatic role of Diana Ross solutely the greatest." decision, then help him carry
greatest female vocal group and The Supremes. An NBC out that decision.Smokers can
in history -- Diana Ross and spokesman said he expects the OUTSTANDING dial anytime, day or night.
The Supremes-- will ct.u with program to produce the high- Messages will be changed
another fabulous swinger, est rating in the history of the YOUNG EDUCATOR Monday, Wednesday, and Friday -
Tarzan! two year old s e r i e s of one- AWARD BANQUET each week.
In a stroke of creative cast- hour shows. On January 9, the Greater These telephone: tips tohelp THIS I
Ing, Diana Ross, Mary Wilson During the filming which Miami Jaycees honored the the smoker quit are based on PICTURE
and ,Cindy Birdsong play the tookplace atLosEstacos, winner of the Outstanding nationally recognized Five- FOR MATURE
roles of nuns who bring cheer Mexico, Berry Gordy, Jr., Young Educator's Award. He Dayplan to Stop Smoking. AUDIENCES
and hope and Justice to a na- president and founder of Mo- is Pete c. Paraskeva. Coor- They are also designed to en- Tdx
tive village In Africa. town, was on location and assisted dinator of special education courage people who have recently -
Diana's lead role, inpar- the program's regular with Dade County Schools. quit smoking and who "A STARTING, FRANK EXPOSURE OF
ticular, calls for her to run the director in working out scenes For this occasion a similar wish to help In maintaining MORALS in | weekend of lava and passion,"
histrionic gamut from comedy with the three fantastic girls. banquet was held at the Mc- their resolve. WHAT -N. Y.a1
to pathos to stark drama--and Some of these bits involved This is a very important annual -
of course, The Supremes some act ion normally taken award given by the Greater This community service is A a RwEEKENDI
couldn't get away without sing over by doubles or stuntmen, Miami Jancees.It Is awarded sponsored by the HialeahHos- '
pital, as is the Five-Day plan
ing a religious hymn and such as an underwater rescue to a professional educator "DAHIIH
"Michael Rowed The Boat scene filmed by special under- 21 to 35 years of age, male or to Stop Smoking.Another stop- O'OY'"LM .
female smoking clinic will be held at :..' 'I q
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Ashore" with the Motown water cameras and equipment.But the opportunity .
sound:that has become an inStitution Diana, Mary and Cindy did to win one of four national the hospital the near future. -101. V,N.w -
in t o day's world of it all by themselves. trophies and a scholar-' ext.For 3268.information call 696-8000 ACINCMAVIKOINTMNATWNAl, IteteM ''AD uln .I
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i: EOPI Asks Less Complicated free I FREDDY'S SUPERETTE

; Lunch Applications
WN IStlt 6915132
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A recommendation from a for the lunches of children under Hurst said the major change
committee studying detailed its care. The 100childrenare will be the county's providing
form used by families apply- wards of the county while lunch or paying the school sys-
ing for reduced and free school their parents are In Jail. tem for lunches of its wards. IT'S TIME TO SHOP ,
lunches was presented to the
School Board for its approval Another recommendationasks The school system is sup- For A Good Food SALE)
Wednesday.The for ending automatically plying 236,261 free lunches a
free lunches for children in month. It sells another 18,815of
committee asks that few the Dade County Foster Home the 35-cent lunches a monthat TENDER CHICFRYERS
of the questions of the detailed Care and have foster families reduced prices totalling
application be eliminated.The follow the'uniform procedureused $1,000, said Vincent Constan-
Economic Opportunity by all free lunch appli- tino, supervisor of school unch
Program Inc. claims the cants. accounting. 25C
forms are so complicated,
j they keep some poor children WHOLE ONLY
I from getting free lunches. South Carolina'/ NegroesIn

The changes have been recommended -
by a committee VoferRegistration FIRST CUTPORK
studying school food service to
the economically needy. CHOPS 3 LBS. $1

Howard Dixon, EOPI Legal Drive
counsel, had asked the School CENTER CUTPORK
Board to substitute the honor
system" in whichparentswould By. John A. Diaz CHOPS 'LB. 59*
Just say their children The beginning of 1968 in of 250,000 Negroes on the
need free lunches for the complicated South Carolina has seen Ne- books of the 46 counties by SMOKED
forms which asks groes outnumbering whites in election time. The strong registration -
about a family's Income and voter registration, with a for shown by Negroes at HOCKS 3 LBS. $1
ability to pay. mer college quarterback cal this stage Indicates that South I .
ling the signals. Carolina may well return to
Dixon said he had not seen Figures from South Caro- the Democratic column in the BUDGET SLICEDBACON
the proposed changes, and so lina Voter Registration Project 1968 Presidential elec-
he had no comments. Duringthe show 59,571 Negroes reg- tions, especially with the near S : $1
first semester the EOPI istered since September 1 In certainty that George C. Wal-
had no complaints about fami- 18 countiest: that have con lace, former Governor of Alabama PORK .
lies being unable to get free will the bal- >
ducted quiet registration appear on .T
lunches.Ed drives. lot.The NECK BONES LB.ipC
Hurst, superintendentfor The Negro doing this quarterbacking Voter Registration
the School Board business, successfully Is Project has received grants
said the questionaire is still James L. Felder, only 27 from the Southern Regional
Dot notasbrief the EOPI years old, who was graduatedfrom Council in Atlanta for the reg- 'i
recommended because some Howard University Law istration drives, but Mr Fel- PICNICS .
of the information is passed on School in 1967. He is the field der says virtually all the work '
by principals and visiting director of the vote project. has been done by volunteers, HOMEMADE P N-r.elfi
teachers to other agencies who Felder says that he con- including a number of Negro
try to help parents in needy servatively' estimates the college students. SAS!! vo, 825
families. total Negro registration in all With this large number of
Dixon called the lengthy 46 counties at more than Negroes on the registrationbooks LARGE MEATY
questionaire another form of 80,000. A South Carolina native a record number of Ne- "
"bureaucratic control." Felder was quarterbackand gro candidates Is expected for SPARE RIBS = '
football captain as an un- local offices and Id the legislative LB 29C
The committee is recommending dergraduate at Clark Collegein and possibly Congressional -
that Dade County Department Atlanta. races, according to GRADE A LARGE
of Youth Service pay The voter project has a goal quarterback Attorney Felder.I' .

LCCC Call For Local Churches To Play .. .:

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More Dynamic Role

unemployed, and school drop- NO DEPOSIT 7
outs In this Model City pro- rn4
a < r'v gram. POSITION MALE

1 1I High School Graduate
experience necessary. Chauffeurs license. Mar-
$100 week while,
per train-
ried. Age 2435. Apply:

t Chauffeurs 21.40.license O'BERRY'S TABLE NAPKIN
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Bertha H. Cochran, assis- HOMES FROM $100 DOWN
tant director of the Liberty
City Community Council, In a NO CLOSING COSTS :

Grace speech Presbyterian on Sunday, Jan.Church 7, at, E-Z MONTHLY i ; SUGARSr4i

Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor, DRIVE BY COMPARE ,
stated: "What the church can

do to help the community is 7935 NW 16th Avenue . . . . 3 bed, 1ft baths
very simple! The church can 1135 NW 83rd Street . . . . No qualifying
work through the political pro-
cess of the Inner city and ef- 8441 NW.25th Avenue . . . $10,500.00 Total 5.ft. 39C
fect an improvement in the so 8720 NW 14th Avenue . . . . FHA, Save
cial-economical system which 1310 NW 88th Street . . . . 3 bed, 2 bath, FHA ;
holds many of the Inner city 9135 NW Little River Dr.. . . No qualifying
residents captive." 1930 NW 93rd Street . . . . FHA Save LIMIT 1 With s5.00.r'moro

Mrs. Cochran cited the new- 4540 NW 168th Terrace . . . .3 bed, 2 baths grocery order
ly proposed model city program 19511 NW 37th Court . . . No qualifying
as a case in point. She 19512 NW 37th Court . . . $16,900.00 total
asked those in attendance,
"how many of the ministersare
on the board of directors, SPECIAL BARGAIN ROMAN

or involved in the planning All CBS, 3 big bedrooms, 1% baths, huge Fla room,
I process?" stove, refrigerator, air-conditioned, carpetsand drapes, BLEACH GALLON 39
FHA $13,000, $400 down (Vets $100)), $80.82 monthly. JUG
In her summary, Mrs. No closing costs. Be ready to make your move on this
Cochran stated that the Lib- dream house I annBNaBBaBBH MB
erty City Community Council Check and see-You
has developed a program to Insure get

greater involvement of AETNA ,REALTY BROKER honest
the entire community, weight at FREDDY'S
churches, home owners, wel- 811 NW 54 STREET PHONE: 151-5124
fare recipients, tenants, the



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Round AboutTalk A y I.1r tij1,9E


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REN . The law books state that "A man is considered innocent BY'DAVE BONDUw

until proven guilty! Being police chief doesn't make .. )L -' ._- .
God, a judge or a jury,unless you(Headley) are assuming that "
From the radio show known as "The Shadow comes this
you are greater than the three .. Your remarks.."Felons
opening statement: "Who knows what evil lurks in the hearts
will learn that they can't be bonded out from the morgue." I I
of man?" This brings to us the current crime wave being carried -
(Scoop), assume that Headley as judge and Jury has convictedall
on in Dade County. am well aware of Chief Headley'sgettough
suspects past present andfuture-speclallyapplledtoNe-(
policy, and we are aware that since he made that
gro areas.) Americans across the disturbed
country are by
statement, the rate of crime has some what decreased. I do not
Miami's police Chief
Walter Headley's remarks.He said
intend to get into the sub ject of how it was said just now, for
My men are getting tired of felons being bailed out so quick PA
what I am concerned about Is how our daily newspapers report -
that they beat the arresting officers back to their Head-
these crimes.Reading about Ike and Mary Bell Macy being
ley said, "We're going to use shotguns and to them
dogs stop
shot by two bandits in their South Miami home. "Shot by two
from now on--the fleet-footed hoodlums". if 90%of our (Mia-
bandits' means shot by two men, yet if the crime has been
mi) Negro polulation is law abiding then force
committed by two men of color the headlines would read
should be able to cope with the 10%hoods without shotguns and
"Family shot by two Negroes." Bandits, white or black, are
dogs. Maybe If Headley should curb his cops brutality and let
still lawbreakers or bandits. Evertime a Negro commits a
them go into the black ghetto areas and show goodwill like a
crime it is NEGRO, but Italian, Jew Gentile, Cuban or what
"Big Brothers' program. I am afraid that, if Headley gives
have you it is "bandit," and just another story. So we are
his policemen shotguns and to combat the black
dogs young sorry to hear that Mr. Macy was killed and Mrs. Macy Is hos- I
men of Miami, with his orders to shoot to kill, Miami will be A Little "Down" In Their Luck
pitalized from bullet wounds in the chest. Now is the time for
the number one hot and "
spot thetargetfor race rioting in 68.
Chief Headley to put the get-tough policy Into effect in South
I remember the early thirties when a Negro was tarred, feathered Miami with shotguns and dogs to protect the people of that Charlie Salt (Sammy DavisJr. of London, where dead bodies
and hanged from a tree and the white used the dead
men area. If he Is doing it, we didn't hear a thing about it. I wonder. .) and Christopher Pepper seem to congragate. The
body for target practice in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.The fear that This to Peter Lawford nightclub is turned into a hot-
goes prove, we need protection for all people, from ( ), foreground,
was created by that Incident!Negroes were afraid to even go to law breakers in all sections. seem to be a little 'down' in bed of intrigue and gorgeous
church at night.Later the law proved that the white woman lied
their luck, as they are being girls. They are constantly
and that the Ku Klux Klansmen killed the innocent Negro. PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Lola Harvey (Cal's Place) pinned down by a secretagentjudo ing sought by local police and
Today the youngsters (black and white) don't live in fear any expert in "Salt and Pepper international gangsters.

more, they live by "right or fight' Give them respect, let PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Nick Thomas ."
them know that you are a public servant and your aim is to Released thru UnitedAr-
help. shouldn't the civil and Lawford star In tints, a Transamerlca Company -
Headley use rights movement as an Willard Davis
VIP OF THE WEEK: T. Fair, Urban League
excuse for bringing on the dogs and the shotguns. A race riot the mystery-romp asco-own- "Salt and Pepper" is

in Miami would make the riots in Detroit and Watts look like MOTHER OF THE WEEK: Agnes Rouse ers of the Salt and Pepper slated for release early in

picnic grounds. Let's avoid that. nightclub the Soho district 1968, in Technicolor.
KILLER OF THE WEEK: CancerGive to your cancer research -

i foundation.
I Since the word is out that the Pro's have been excluded from

the North-South golf tournament Feb. 13-17,advance reserva- CAL'S RESTAURANTBreakfast

tions are coming in like mad. Next best thing the North-South -

Committee could do is have a shotgun tournament,which would Lunch Dimer \ ,

allow 144 gofers to start and finish at the same time. This Steaks Chops Sea Food Chitterlings \

would eliminate their standing around waiting for tee off time. "Food At Its Best"
This ought to work real well, with nopros to give prime timeto

. PHONE: NE 3-9316
Since I wrote about the policies of the Humane Society I have James & Nealie Youngblood, Props.
received another complaint from a fellow golfer who stated
that his dog was picked up and the folks over'there did not call 6010 NW 22 AVENUE

Li : him. When he called for the dog, It cost him eight bucks. $5 . Air Conditioned I'i
w M for a license. $1 inoculation fee and'$2 boarding. It seems ;
''MAN ABOUT MIAMI. .1 motored into Miami Dec. 25th to
their prices vary according to how you look or something. If .
spend the holidays with Elder and Mrs. James Bethel, 3240 you look like you can afford to pay, they stick it to you. Any- ,
NW 214th St. (Carol City) . Chris brother from Trenton -
my one else with complaints, can drop a line with details of your . . . . . .
. .
. . . . *
N. J., was with me. My wife, Millie and daughters La- problem, and maybe we can get something done about this situ. *

verne and Debbie also accompanied me.Enroute to Miami, we ation. Somebody seems to be sticking their hands In our poc-

dropped off Linda Price, 18, a New York model (and pretty), kets, and I wanna know who gets It,and what It's used for. How *' ;-:. -k :
in Tampa, Fla., where she spent three days, including Christ- about you? .4M rY4\ 5ed "Iwn

mas with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.James Price, after which *' 1
QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: I received a letter from an TIE Sow Ianlasr *'
she jetted Into Miami to be with her pal, Laverne and attendedthe Inmate of R a 1 for d State Prison.He Is expecting to be paroled =

birthday party of Robert Edergson. Thursday, Dec. 28,1 soon, and asked If I could help him get a job. My thought is : IDEAS ... SlOWS *.

met Opa-locka beautician, Mildred Perry, shopping at Jefferson that a person makes a mistake in like,as almost everyone does

Dept. Store, North Miami Beach . Yvonne Goodman at one time or another . Some are just fortunate enough not JACKIE *

Miller and her teen daughter shopping at Burdines. . Pretty to get caught at it. . Should be given a chance to be a good : *'

Carol Joseph, 16, Miami Jackson High model queen,spent her citizen. Therefore, I am asking that if you know of any em- ..' "MOMS"MABLEY

Christmas holidays in New York, but left her heart in Miami. ployer who is willing to give this young man a Job, please con- *. 14-

"A hint." . Lamont Bethel, Jackson High school senior, tact me. U an employer reads this and is willing, I can notifythe

"A cool one . Mrs. NevileSwetting(former Genesta Mc- authorities at theprison,and maybe we can start this young ** :

Phee) working with EOPI, a devoted civil rights worker. My man with a better chance in life . George Kennedy, Miami

SON Jimmy Bethel, Army Sgt., Co. A-4-1, Ft. Jackson, S. C, Herald Staff writer, is the man to watch.His stories will soon *
and his wife Lula in Miami visiting "Mom' Mrs. Jennie Hill Mred hror Ji "
make him one of the nations best known writers . Our deep- ,.
Bethel, 4671 NW 24th Court for Christmas. He's headed for est sympathy to the family of the fine sportsman and sportswriter : .liEf BISIN. SRW/ *

Vietnam shortly. He can receive mail at 926Short St., Colum- Jimmy Burns. We are happy,however,that the City of .'.
bia S. C. . Mrs. Elizabeth Daniels (former Voohees Gaitorof Miami and others had honored him last month with a "Jimmy : JACKIE :a ,.

5th Place) a very gracious ladY of the First Ephesus S.D.A. Burns Scholarship Tournament" so that he knows how well he ;. 't'" *'

Church of Hollywood, Florida. was thought of . Tom Washington, the gentleman who ran *' "HIGHER I

in the last city election for a Commission, is now an insurance acid Jr.J t \
w : *' .. .. :
agent for the Keyes Co. Sounds like a good deal. We HIII"

congratulate him . George Kilpatrick, Brownsville Civic *' ...-
leader and business man, has been named the "Man of the

kI Year" by the Frontiersmen .. Best movie bet of the week is : WILSON :
"Valley of the Dolls." I know you will enjoy it. . "Bondu'sjob -

applications' . Royal Drive-In on 15th Avenue at 68th j *
U !
I Terrace N. W., needs seven waitresses.Good salary and tips. *' "Mew Soul Sound" |I ". '

We know two waitresses thathave been there more than ten J... EXTRA ADDED! *

years . U you decided to travel whether by plane, train, "" DIANE & THE Jf
boat remember to tickets from Charlie !2'"ETTES
or helicopter, get your "Baby Pull MX .
North's Travel Bureau, or call 379-8451.They do not cost youa *

\ : cent more . Joe Williams,commonly called "Everyday'by *. "SOUL REVIVAL"
Quentin North; the Gospel Jazz Singers and Jessie Ferguson *
.n "':: ._".---,,- _' r- .... --- ; the ever-loving Phyllis Branch and yours truly will do a # *
TEEN TALK AND SOUL MUSIC SURVEY. Bill Vera and benefit show for the underpriviledged children of Nassau the *

Judy Clay's "Story Book Children' dedicated to Mrs. Etta new Paradise Hotel on Paradise Island this Sunday. It is spon- SAT. JAN. 20th at 8:3O P.M. *

Bowles and her six singing children ofMt.Pisgah S.D.A.> sored by the Kiwanis International and should be a humdinger X-

Church. They reside at 47th Court in Brownsville.The Martha . and so for Kelly C. Wilson and the boys in the par and *TICKETS NOW ON SALE at Miami Stadium box office ,t

Holston and Pauline Tarpley's sponsored Wom1n's Day at Mt. birdie Club, "Tally ho." Til next week, LIVE LIFE, EVERY Economy Drug, NW 17 andNWSrdAve..; Community* !

Pisgah Church, Dec. 30th and 31st--a great success . Big GOLDEN MINUTE OF IT. PEACE! *Drug, NW 15 Ave., Band Box Barber Shop, NW 2nd Ave.;...i...... ijl
event in Carol City Saturday night, Dec. 30th,was the birthday *United Radio and TV, NW 7thAve.; Mr. Big NW 2nd Ave.;,.

party of Robert Edgerson . Some of the lovely foxes there j Spec's. S. Dixie Hwy.;Sunshine Tours,Northside Shopping*

were Flora Hills, 3470 NW 213th St., Linda Price, Laverne *Center.; Record Bar, Miracle Mile,Gables; Miami Beach 1

Bethel, Pamela Farrington, Kirklyn Smith and many more. Radio Co., Lincoln Rd; Melody Music,Hollywood;and Spin* I
Beatrice's birthday dedication to her husband, Robert Edgerson MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE *City Record Store, Ft. Lauderdale. :
"0 How It Hurts' . Lavern Bethel
(Thanks for a nice time) dedicates to Jimmie Murray, Opa- '
loon, Wilson Pickett's "r m In Love"... Mr. and Mrs. Mel- APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU. ADVANCE GEN. ADMISSION 2

vin Robinson, (she's former Carletha Bethel)Jacksonville THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE. (AT GATE $2.50)) RES. $3.SO $4.50 ,
Florida in Miami visiting relatives and celebrating her Dec. THEM! *
and the Miracles' "I
31st birthday. To Carletha, It's Smokey *

Second the Emotion." This is Scoop Bethel saying,"Time and . . . . .... . . .;
tide waits for no man. C-U-NX-WK.


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2 Groups Seek To End BUD Publishes Guide For Nonprofit

Discrimination In Housinq Sponsors of Low-Cost Housing-

.., How local private, nonprofit cessfully providing homes for vate, nonprofit groups.
A plan for cooperative effort and necessary supports for groes and other minorities sponsors can help provide the elderly, handicapped, and
in a nationwide campaign family viability and choice, the decision-making level In rental housing for low-Income orphans makes them uniquely
against racial Isolation in urban and for social and material ad all programs affecting housing families through programs of qualified to respond to one of The handbook also cites
several brief case histories to
housing and for the
creation vancement. They went on to and community develop- the U. S. Department of Housing the Nation's most pressing
of a nation free of slums show how local private sponsors
stress that discriminatory ment. Programs to be pursued and Urban Development Is problems. The result is a shift
and racial ghettos was announced housing practicesundergirdthe include the establishment ofa outlined In a recent HUD pub over the years to a greater reliance have used low-cost HUD programs in
to provide housing
this week by the National entire spectrum of disadvantage task force for the training lication, "Low-Cost Homes- on the private sector,
their communities.
Committee Against Discrimination endured by Negro families of community leadership in Through Group Action." the pamphlet points out.
in Housing particularly the poor and selected regional areas for The 23-page guide des- The handbook, designed for
(NCDH) and the Metropolitan the upwardly mobile lower participation in housing decisions cribes ways in which quick and easy reference, Single copies of Low-Cost
Applied Research Center, Inc. middle class. stemming from rede- churches, fraternal and com- answers such questions as: Homes..Through Group Ac-
(MARC). "The clear indicators are velopment under the Model munity groups, and labor unions "Who need low-cost homes?" tion can be obtained from the
In announcing the collaborative that there will be no dynamic Cities program and other renewal can help their communities "Why the private-e c tor U. S. Department of Housingand
effort, Dr. Kenneth B. stability in our metropolitanareas plans. provide housing for low- should get Involved?" and Urban Development, Con-
Clark, president of the MARC and therefore in the nation Studies of population shifts income families. "How the job can be done?" It sumer Relations Office,
corporation; and Edward Rut- no end to the rising pat- by race in relation to sourcesof The historical involvementof describes the various programs Washington, D, C. 20410 or by
ledge and Jack E. Wood, Jr., tern of urban disorders,with available jobs, particularlyin such local groups In suc- designed for use by pri phoning: ((202( 3828023.
chief executive officers of out an effective national policy New York, St. Louis,Baltimore
NCDH, stated:"MARC and prohibiting discrimination San Francisco, and
NCDH reaffirm their commit against racial and religious Philadelphia, will lead to
ment to the ultimate dissolution groups, and without a NCDH and MARC campaignsfor
of the racial ghetto and the massive nationwide programto open occupancy in the
establishment of an open so eliminate slums and areas where the job exist,city
ciety. We reject the Idea that ghettos," the three mende- and suburban. ,
full equal status for any group clared. ''NCDH and MARC will emphasize
can be achieved within the "We are convinced that the negotiations with organizations -
framework of racial segrega- current doctrine of separatism and agencies, field \
tion or separatism." is unworkable and unde- services and consultation ser- :
The joint resources of NSDH sirable," they continued. vices in housing, joint research i- .' : _
and the MARC corporation will "With this agreement, NCDH and organization of
be used to Implement a four- and MARC reaffirm their seminars and conferences on _
point program:((1))the adoption commitment to open housing in significant problems In the
and implementation of a national an integrated society. Free housing field. {
open housing policy; ((2)) dom of choice will be the cor- NCDH is a non.profitpublic Ii
the launching of a national program nerstone of the joint programof interest agency with which 49 r
designed to provide NCDH and MARC." major religious, civil rights,
massive additions to the' MARC and NCDH believe labor and civic organizationsare '
supply of housing for low-and that the thrust must be two- affiliated. Foundedin __ i
moderate-income families, pronged, within and without the 1950, it serves as a national
dispersed throughout all sections ghetto In addition to their center for information, counsel I .
of cities and suburbs;(3)) campaign for open occupancy and technical assistanceon t
the joining of the pub lie and throughout the nation, the cooperative the civil rights aspects of
private sectors rehabilitate plan will emphasize housing. It works with employers : r
selected housing on a massive Increasing the quality and supply developers and other
scale; and((4) the achievementof of housing for low-and business interests, as well as -
major reforms in the practices middle-Income groups government and private agencies. ,
policies and prioritiesof broadly dispersed throughout NCDH also services i .tE a
the real estate,building,and metropolitan areas. thousands of local community r 4 ,
mortgage-finance industries. "Slums are unacceptable in groups, Including some 1500
Clark, Rutledge and Wood an affluent society," the voluntary fair housing com-
said that racial discrimination statement said. "No one mittees working in localitiesin ; I
and segregation in hous- should live in subhuman co- more than 30 states.:It is 1J
ing ditions- of and committed to'the achievementof :,
systematically practicedover ugliness, blight 1+ < I Is4
many years with both decay. But we do not support decent homes for all Americans vt ltAr ..
governmental and private approval slum clearance as a substi- I
and support,have com- tute for open occupancy. Nor
bined to exclude NegroAmericans are we prepared to accept
from full participation in housing rehabilitation and IT
the economic, political and confinement to the ghetto in I NEW I
educational processes by lieu of inclusiveness.' a
which millions citizens have NCDH and MARC also Insist
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Ltit pooT, talked with the members ana* lunched with them on pigeon peas and rice. Be* !

fore he left the center, he promised to help keep the center open. Before leaving

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Harden of 143 NW
Johnny Horne of 2470 NW Mrs. Pennie Broomfield, 6th St. died Jan. 6, in Jack-
I CI RDSEMORALST! t 155th Street, died in Jackson 4800 NW 32 Ave., died Jan. 2. son Memorial Hospital. He is
Hospital. He is survived by two
Among her survivors are hus- survived by two sisters, Mrs.
sisters, Mrs. Callie Rollins band, Oba Lee; two daughters, Laura Brewer and Mrs. Mag-
and Mrs. Rosa Welch; two bro- Mesdames Lois Byrd and
gie Cook; two brothers, Felix
I CARD OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAMIn CARD OF THANKS thers, James Williams and Beola Phillips; five sisters and Jacob; eight nieces, five
Willie Horne Funeral service
Mesdames, Atline Cook, Ida nephews. Funeral service will
family of the late memory of our beloved Words are inadequate to express were conducted Saturday,Jan. Mincey, Ada Byrd, Alberta be conducted Thursday, Jan.
husband, brother, father, 6 in the chapel. Baker Lena Holland one bro-
I our appreciation for the 11, in the chapel at 2:30: p.m.
kindnesses shown to us duringour ther Lonnie Eason. Remainswere

hours of sorrow. Thomas Anderson, Sr., of shipped Friday to Cobb- James Jefferson Carey of
Your deeds 5811 NW 24th Ave., died ret own, Ga., for final rites.
many thoughtsof 239 NW 16th St., died Jan. 6,
ft cently. He is survived by four
kindness will never be for- in Jackson Hospital He is sur-
1 gotten.A sons, Thomas, Sr.,Willie,Albert Eldridge Powe, 1309 NW 64
vived by a wife, Nora; two
special thanks to the and Joseph; two daughters St., died, Jan. 3. Among sur- daughters Mrs.DorothyGoodall
members of St. JohnAME Mrs. Dora Whitaker and vivors, are three sisters, Ford
Mrs. Margaret
Church the Mrs. Annie Jordan; two bro Mesdames Willa Flagg ;
pastor, officers, three sons,James Spencer and
thers, Grady and Marlon; a Carrie Armwood Minnie
OES No. 87, Grand United Or- ,
Dwight one sister Mrs. Ella
I, sister Alma. Remains will be ; ,
Parker nieces nephews
der pallbearers
the staffof ; ;
Me C lain, two nieces, Mrs.
Range Funeral Home and all shipped Thursday, toWaynesboro Funeral services were con- Margaret Carey and Mrs. Inez
neighbors and friends who Ga., for final rites. ductedFriday morning from Lemons; two son-in-laws

helped to make our period of the chapel.
Mrs. Almeata Hills of 1468 andCharlestwodaughterinlaws
-- deep bereavement a little Marzell
NW 42nd St. died in Jackson Mrs. Willie Mae Sutton,
OVERSEER ZACK HffiBITT EDWARD MOSS easier to bear. ; three great
Hospital. She is survived by 2525 NW 160th St., Opa-locka, nieces and three great grand

wishes to thank all of our many who departed this life on Jan. The Grant and Holton Fami- three sisters, Mrs Ruby died, Dec. 31. Among her survivors nephews. Funeral service will

friends for all the kind acts of 9, 1967. lies Dommon, Bernice Wright and are one daughter be conducted Saturday,Jan. 13

sympathy shown during our Gone, but not forgotten.Mrs. Ruth Ellison; brother Melvin Gloria; one sister, Mrs.Allen; at 2:30: p.m. in Trinity Weslyn
hour of sorrow. Hynes. Funeral services were one brother, James Coy; Methodist Church, Rev. Johnson -

A special thanks to MotherA. Louise Moss, wife IN MEMORIAMIn conducted Tuesday, Jan. 9, in nieces and nephews. Funeral officiating.
Ebenezer Methodist services were conducted Saturday -
Stevenson, pastor of Evelyn Bethel, daughter Clarence Williams of353
Miracle Temple, and also to Clifford, James, and sad, but loving memory George Thornton of 4850 NW from New Providence NW 22nd Ter., died Jan. 7 in
the Range Funeral Home. Charles, sons of our dear son and brother, 30 Ave, died injackson Hospital Baptist Church. Jackson Memorial Hospital.

Simon Moss, brother. He issurvivedbyhlsmother Mrs. Bertha Nash, 6333 NW Arrangements are incompleteMrs.
Yours in-Christ Mother M. Mrs. Easter Jenkins;
25th Ave. died Jan. 1.
Hibbitt. an aunt, Mary Jenkins. Fun- Among Mattie of 18330SW 102
survivors are two sisters, Perrine died Jan. 1 in
CARD OF THANKSThe eral services were conducted Pi., ,
Wednesday, Jan. 10, at 3;00 Mesdames Aslean Hicks, Jackson Hospital. She is sur-

IN MEMORIAMIn family of the lateWILLIAM ,, p.m. in the chapel. Delia West. Funeral serviceswere vived by two sisters, Mrs.
17' held Tuesday in the Pearl Pierson, Mrs. Roberta

loving but sad memory of p pF Leroy B. Walker of 147 S. chapel. Richardson; one brother Dol-

our dear daughter, mother, Dixie Highway, died Friday, phus Livington; me aunt Mrs.
t S Si. Sp Willie Roberts 1745 NW 6th
and sister, Jan. 5. He is survived by a sis Lizzie Wilson; one uncle,
PL, died Jan. 1. Among sur-
Isam Funeral servicewas
ter, Mrs. Lucy Moore; two uncles Taylor.
Walter and Thomas; two vivors are two daughters, conducted Friday, Jan. 5,
rc nephews, Charles and Robert Mesdames, Ella Mae, RuthaM. in the chapel.

i. :!: Moore; a niece, Barbara Katie. Roberts Lou Roberts., a devoted Funeral cousin,
Moore. Funeral services will

be conducted Saturday,Jan. 13 in services the Saturday, 2:00: p.m. The Beach Inn, a 100-room

MR. CLARENCE C. MOSS at 1:00 p.m. in St. Paul AME chapel. hotel on Paradise Beach, will

Church. Welford Owens, 169 NW 10 open on January 15. Guests
who departed this life Jan. 4, St., apt. 6, died Jan. Among will have "front-row seats"
.f 1961 and was laid to rest Jan. Whilton Dames of673Lenox survivors a dear friend Mrs. for the nightly AquaSpectacular -

14. Ave., New York City,died Fri Julia Davis. Arrangementsare world's largest water ski
McKENZIE Now it is seven years since day, Jan. 5. He is survived by incomplete. show.SEE .

takes this method to thank you left us but we still think three sisters, Mesdames,

their many friends and neighbors -, of you.In ourhearts. ..dour Sybil Ramos, Virginia Christian I
for letters, flowers, memory will be with us as long and A merica Thomas;two

cards, telegrams and kind as life lasts. nieces; a nephew; Funeral

thoughts during our hours of services will be conducted REV. IRA PATRICKFROM

sorrow. Mrs. Jeanette Moss, mother turday, Jan. 13, at 300; p.m.
WILLIE MAE HUMES Miss Geneva Moss, sister in the chapel. ATLANTA, GEORGIATHE
Special thanks to Mr. and James Deveaux, uncle and NOBLEMAN OF TODAY CAN AND WILL

who departed ths life Jan. 15, Mrs. Martin Simmons, Mr. friends. Albert Pleasure of 2729 B HELP YOUNO MATTER HOWHARD OR LARGE

1962. and Mrs. Thomas Williamsand NW 48th St., died recently.He YOUR PROBLEM.I .

Now the Laborer's task Is neighbors of 68th Street. MEMORIAMIn is survived by two sons, A, C.
o're; Also the House of Albert for Lee and Lucius pleasure; a I know God is able.

Now the battle day is past; their service rendered. sad, but loving memory daughter, Mrs. Clenell John
Now upon th farther shore, May God's riches blessingsrest of son. Funeral services will be
Lands the voyager at last. upon all. conducted Saturday,Jan. 13,at See me at this address

Father, in thy gracious keep- 1:00pminFirst Baptist

Leave jag, we now thy servant The McKenzie familyIN Church. '1083 NW 47 St.

sleeping. Joseph A. Evans of 1750 NW

MEMORIAMIn 66th St., died recently. He is

The FamilyIN survived by five sisters,

Marie Pierson, Leonie Evans,
sad but loving memoryof Olga Bostic, Doris Mathis and When You
our dear wife
daughter and
MEMORIAMIn Frankie Johnson; a stepmother -
Mrs. Laura Evans; an

sad but loving memory of aunt, Cecelia. Funeral ser Want Good
dear beloved vices will be conducted FridayJan.
our mother, sister -
and aunt, 12th, at 4:00: p.m. in the ,
'-- vhapel. FRESH Fish IMrr

aha Mrs. Celeste Demeritte of
Get It
16020 NW 22nd Ave., died on
who departed this life
Jan. 14, Monday Jan. 8 in Jackson
Hospital. She is survived by

Sweet never are fade the memories that T. W. Wilson; three daugh- From The People Who
ters, Doris Demeritte, Bell
Of one we loved, but could I and
Hardy Majorie Finder two
never save ; Love To Serve You
sons, Donald and Edrnond.Arrangements a
Sleep on Charles and take your
are incomplete.Mrs. .
rest Smile Come

We love you, but God loves you Ida Ferguson of 10250 to

BETTY J. HANNA COOPER best. SW 176th St., Perrine,diedre-

cently. She is survived by a QUALITYSEAFOOD
who departed this life Jan. 4, Barbara Givens, wife sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Gray
MRS. ROSA CARR 1967. Erma Givens, mother two cousins, George Cam-
Kevin and Bernard, sons.
Marian Gaitor
who departed this life Jan. 12, There is an open gate at the ; a
1963. end of the road through which nephew, John Williams Mrs CENTER
Ferguson was the
each must alone and thereis superintendent
A dear loving mother now DEATH of Spiritual
waits on that shore, toem- a light we cannot see our
brace us to her breast.She left Father claims his own. Beyondthe Arrangements are In
complete.Mrs. 5759
this worldshout1ng praises gate your love one finds Herman Brooks, 47, a Mi- NW 27th Ave
amlan for 22 years died in Los
happiness and rest there is
God by Angels was carriedto comfort in the thought that a Angeles, Calif., Monday, Jan. Mollie Beale of 1430
rest. 8. Survivors are a wife NW 70 St. died
loving Father knows best. Mary Tuesday, Jan.
May her soul rest in peace Ann; a daughter, Jeanette; a 9. She is survived by three sisters -

and light perpetual shlneiupon Mr. Joseph Cooper,husband son Jesse; a stepson Gene Alma and Bernice Beal 635-4794

her.Sadly Mrs. Sarah Hanna, mother Starks; and mother Leatha and Irene Ford;a mother Mrs.
missed by her daughter -
Funeral services Julia Beale; two brothers Jim
Rev. H. Moss uncle
Ella Pol tier Ferguson, will be held and
Ethel Saturday in Ever- John. Arrangements are Bill McBride
N. Y.C. and family sisters. Janet and Minnie green, Alabama. incomplete. Does


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I / Free and Accepted Masons 'ofthe

World, Inc. 'In Three-Day Confab HereModern tyy 0M1

Free and Accepted Inc., from 1921 to 1967,andan
Masons of the World,Inc.,who Inspiring speech byAnthonyJ.
will be moving Into Miami its Tyrone, financial genius and
National headquarters in Sep- chairman of the Board of
tember of this year, held a Hamilton Management
three-day work conference Corporation of Denver, Colo- V.I .
with leadership persons at the rado, a wholly-owaed sub ,,
DuPont Plaza Hotel, Decem- sidiary of International Tele- +I
ber 27, 28, and 29th. phone and Telegraph, who is
Members of theConference, interested in the movement.
from the three-state area -- Bi-monthly meetings of this t I rQ W- k A1. ) 41n
Georgia, Mississippi, and organization are planned for
Florida met to discuss future t I
-- the three-state area in orderto
plans of the organizationand' ,
focus on the of
goals the
organization -
to organize for mammoth and assess the ,, 4j 1J 1
membership drives in the en- growth potential. J

suing year. Lee F. WootenofColumbus ," 1
Conference highlights included Georgia, isSupr e me '" I
the presentation of J.B. Grand Master of this Masonic / I I
Baldwin of Columbus, Ga., Affiliation; T. Williard Fair, I IL
Founder and Supreme GrandMaster State Grand Mister, andO ..J

of Modern Free and Florene Jones, State Grand Mrs. Ethel Beckford, pio- members of committee,
Accepted Masons of the World, Worthy Matron.......... neer Miami resident, who has Mr. Freddie Jones of Miami,
been contributing to the life of Mrs. Mildred Roberts of Ft.
the community for a decade Lauderdale, Mrs. Rowen
ei"S. 1/ Supreme Grand Master J. 8. Baldwin' of Columbus, and Mrs. May Dell Braynon, Smith, Hallandale and Stanley
A Georgia and Founder of Modern Free and Accepted Masons PTA "First Lady" who is Newbold, Miami. They wild!
R of the World, Inc., was the outstanding guest at heading the distinguishedroster greet you at the 1968 banquet,
I the three-state conference held at the DuPont Plaza of community leaders Friday, Jan. 19, at 8:00 p.m.
Hotel recently. Bottom photo shows Grand Chaplain Rev. will spearhead the Annual Mrs. Elizabeth Williams is
Christopher Plummer of Atlanta, Georgia addressing the Scholarship Banquet which president of District ten and
group. will be held Friday eveningJan. Mrs. Dorothy Hepburn Is sec-
19, at the beautiful Ever- retary. _
Openings I In Class For glades hotel. TheCunard Line's 'Car-
Mrs. Ethel Beckford will mania' paid its first call at
PIIS Practical Nurses At serve as chairman and Mrs. Nassau, Bahamas December
will be hostess.
Braynon grand 18 to give passengers a day's
qi This affair is sponsored the sightseeing ashore.
Lindsey Hopkins Florida State Congress of t..................
Practical nurses are des-- full-time- program accreditedby parents and Teachers District .1 1 bedroom furn. apt. Air :

1I perately needed by all the hos- the Florida State Board of Ten. J condition, all electric :
pitals in the Miami area. Nursing. Graduates are eligi- In announcing preparationsfor : kitchen, no children or .
me ble for licensure. the banquet, she said that pets. This is a nice :
If your aim is nursing . invitations and tickets are now J deluxe apt. for nice .
Practical Nursing offers a For more information, con- ready. You may get yours by I middle I I aged working :
t .,. : lifetime career in health care; tact the Adult Guidance Ser- calling Eddie's Grocery, 5598 5 couple. $95 per month .
Lee F Wooten of Columbus, Georgia, Supreme Grand offers satisfaction and se- vices, Lindsey',Hopkins Edu- NW 17th Avenue, Phone: 691- yearly, security required.:
Master of Modern Free and Accepted Masons of the World, curity--with limitless job,opportunities cation Center,1410 NE 2nd 9687; Mrs. Beckford, 235- { Available. See manager :
Inc., addresses the work conference at the DuPont Avenue, Miami, 33132, Phone 7131 or Mr. Newbold, 635- in Apt. 2 immediately. .
Plaza Hotel FR 7-4311. 8767. : 175 NW 38th Street
Applications are now being Pictured above, are some ... ..............I

Negroes Slow to Take class accepted. in Practical for the February Nursing.

Applicants must be at least 17 AMERICAN HOUSE
Waiter Waitress years of age, have U. S. Citi- ,
zenship, and have at least two "'
years of high school or the V SUPER MARKET

TrainingP. equivalent.The .., X
course is a one-year,
W, Seagren, director of
adult vocational education at '

Lindsey-Hopkins that Dade's hotels has and rEpOrted res-- Call 4810 NW 2nd Ave Phone 159-2522

taurants are more eager to '
hire Negro waiters and wai- CHARLESROGERS
tresses than the waiters and SSAVES ON THESE SPECIALS

waitresses are eager to get i SPECIALS GOOD FRI., SAT., SUN., JAN. 12-13-14
jobs. :"
1 AT PL 1-7502 DIRR'S

enrolled Just a handful in the reactivated of Negroes FOR A GOOD BUY ON A SLICED CHITTERLINGS 5" 49*

waiter-training course, Sea- PIANO, ORGAN, SCOTT
gren,said.He said he broughtthe BACONFRESH
school back to life in December -
with the of "
hotel and restaurant support associations lB. sse 1/ :. NECK BONESLB.15C
which to hire white, '
agree 1.._,. .
and Negro graduates.Commissioner. DELIGHT : J.S. D.A. CHOICECHUCK
1 bl

Range and other Negro leaders Athalie I 0 OLEO W LB. K0457"

had complained that Negroes
were discriminated against in j SMOKED
hiring by the hotels and res
taurants.The .y PICNICS ". 39*

courses had been dropped f
Seagren said, for lack of 4 CAMPBELL'STOMATO
support by employers and lack
of applications. When classes )

were resumed there were 15 ,
applicants, one "two or three ,
Negroes," he said,and the one
now in progress has none.

There is accommodation for I / / .
up to 20 trainees for the eight GR. A AJAX
week course. Three weeks are EGG'
spent learning the basics at 1 SMALL MILLER POWDER
Lindsey-Hopkins, and the last WE SELL HAPPINE&S' 3Doz.99C HIGH LIFE SOAP
five weeks "in the field.' rgjR
th. trouroodi of N.rth-ot th Ixprtuway LIBBY'SPEACHES GIANT
Seagren said the first class ONLY IS MINUTES FROM ANYWHfRI IN MIAMI .
got on-the-Job training and CORNER N.W 54th ST & N.W.3rd AYE. SIZE <<
most of them got jobs at the Phone 751-7502
Carillon Hot e 1. Everyone of Or2010 Biscayne Blvd. FR 1.0401Broward JA Z-5131 1 LB. 13 OZ. r 0'I
the graduates who wanted permanent I Mil DELIVERY ANYWHERE IN U.S.A.NrTlAUDEROALin03E.LASOLASBLVD.M5.37ft. ' '
jobs inhotelswassuc- 1 | 4 FOR 99C $1.19Modern
cessful, earning up to $100 a I
week, he said. I

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. ,- . t. . A.M.E. Laymen Set Executive Board MeetingBy

., I Bernice S. HendersonBe lando with Mr. Frederick Wil- tlvlties will present her plans
for the
} it resolved that I, an son, conference lay president.The .
African' Methodist Episcopal seven conference presi- July.

layman, shall attend more of dents will report on the organization All laymen are hubs connec-
my local, district, conferenceand and solidarity of ting the spokes of this great
state meetings in 1968. If their organizations, wider wheel; therefore they are

you adopt this as New Year's circulation and usage of the urged to be present to present

resolution, please heed the church periodicals, a church their views on any problemsthat

call of the president Felix N. Discipline in every layman's arise.
White to attend the Executive home and the proposed budgetfor

Board meeting of the 11th Epis- the year.Discussions. GAMBLE MEMORIALElder

copal .District Lay Organization J. C.Jackson,pastor
to be held at St. MarkAME on church Nathaniel Thomas, reporterNew

Church, Orlando, Sunday. ,Jan. legislation and the layman's Gamble Memorial,will
21, at 1:30 p.m. approach to Stewardship
have its ground breaking ser-
The agenda will consist of a
through Lay Leadership Seminars -
vices, January 21, at 300pm.:
proposed program for the will be outlined.It .
on the corner of 43rd St. and
State Lay meeting to be held is hoped that Mrs. Inez
19th Avenue. The guest speaker -
I "' at Mt Olive AME Church, Or- Sparks, director of lay ac- will be the Rev. C. J. Cohen
t ,
Jn! 11I1urr1!
tt gnu uu ayST. r. pastor of A.M. Cohen Temple,

CHURCH OF GOD ST. JOHN AME Superintendent of the South
Miami District of Churches of
OF PROPHECYTo Rev. W. A. Curry pastor God in of
head the calendar of Florida, and an employee of

On Sunday, Jan, 14, there Rev Cleo Albury, pastor BROWNSVILLE special events at the Ridge- Services begin Sunday with Dade County School L'oard. '
will be Covenant meeting at way Church of God is the appearanceof Sunday School, at 930; a.m. Special guest will be Bishop
3:30: p.m. with Fellowship after Memories of our pastor, Rev. W. M. Davis, pator Bishop Elwood Morning worship 11:00 a.m. and Chairman of the Executive

Convenant service in the, Rev. S. A, Thomas were presented Docrella Turner,reporterThe Mathews, public relations director evening worship 630p.m.The Board of the Churches of God

Social Hall. The Joint choirs, to the congregation PastorsAidwillholdit S of the Church of God of' pastor will deliver both morn in Christ both National and International -

and joint usher boards will| Sunday, Dec. 31, in a memorial meeting Friday,at the church, Prophecy, Cleveland, Ten- ing and evening messages.The Bishop 1 E. D.
serve during this service. unveiling service. Our hearts at 8:00 p.m. The vicepresident nessee. Bishop Mathews,a dynamic combined choirs will serve Johnson, and State Supervisor

During the 11 am service, were delighted as we heard our is asking all members to speaker, travels around throughout the day. the Junior Church choir will[ deceased :pastor's voiceby be present. the world visiting American All boards have been reorganized ;Florida.

sing and Ushers' Board No.1 tape recording. The recording Thursday, Jan 11, the pastoris military installations in behalfof I for the new year and The second Sunday in Feb-

will serve. There will be infant "The Upward Es- asking all members to present this religious institution. each are working toward the .i uary, at 3:00 p.m. the annual
baptism also. cape," was only of his great themselves at prayer Mrs. Mathews, a majestical j "Miss Saint John" contest, ;Influence Services will get
with, works of religious literature. singer which terminates on the fourth ;,
Our special prayers go meeting accompanies her hus- underway. Everyone is wel-
Dewitt and David The church was presentedwith All band on these Sunday night the contestant
Ingraham, Sunshine Band membersare trips. ,come to attend. Mrs.Willie L.
who are going into the service. a portrait, which shall asked to meet at the church You are cordially invited t to raising the largest amount of ;Norris, president.
David is stationed in Virginiaand hang on the wall of the churchfor I Saturday, at 4 p.m. The JuniorRed this special event on Sunday, money will be crowned.Mr. .

Dewitt is going overseas. all to view. Circle will hold its meetIng January 14, Raymond Robinson was FRIENDSHIP
Our sympathy to Sis. Mary Sunday is Youth Day. Our Saturday, at 3 p.m. The directors Ridgeway Church, 5937 NW 22 selected to serve as chairmanof
Alice Woodside in the death other youth need your support. If our of these groups are Avenue Men's Day and Mr. Luclous Rev. J. E.Jenkins,pastor
niece. youth of today are to make this urging the parents to please McGriff was chosen to serve Ruby Carr. reporter

We are thankful to God to see} our present world, a better send or bring their children as co-chairmanMen'sDay The pastor, officers and
so many of our sick and shut- place, then, we must have your out will terminate on the second members wish to express our
ins back in church on Sunday. support. Please come, our We wish our sick and shut- NEW MT. MORIAH Sunday in March. sincere thanks to moderator

Let us continue to pray for all hearts will be filled with joy; ins a speedy recovery. To our Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor Members of thejanuary- Edwards, ministers of the

other sick and shut-ins. knowing you care. visiting friends, worship with E velyn Souter, reporterOur ites Club are: Mrs. Fannie Seaboard Association and
The public is invited to attend Let us pray and visit our us again. Herring, Mrs.Theresa Perry, others, for the great support.Our .

all these services at St. I sick>> members. Let them know ..... churchs' anniversary Mrs. Ruth Williams, WilliamP. dignitarle Mr. Art Green,
Mary's. Remember that all we have not forgotten them. Williams, Marshall Williamson who presented Miami's first
at 3 :
Sunday, p.m., with Rev.J. .
visitors are welcome at St. ST. JAMES AME E. Jenkins, pastor of Mrs. Catherine elected Negro Commissioner,

Mary's, the friendly church. GRACE Rev. F. E. Sneed, pastor Friendship Baptist,delivering Willis and Samuel Russell, Mrs. Athalle Range, Vice

Joseph Marshall,reporter the,message. The public is invited. -. who have began working on Mayor Christie, Judge David
PRESBYTERIANRev. special projects. popper, Charles Lockhartand

DRAKE MEMORIAL W. F. Savoy, pastor On February at7:30p.m.., Thepastor requestsall Mr Carpell. Also various
Congratulations to Mr. and I The church conference was our general election conference members to accompany him to choirs of the Seaboard Asso-
Rev. Jarius W. Dunn, pastor Mrs. Harold Higgs, and the held Tuesday night. We will .the pastor Is asking all Mt. Nebo Baptist Church Mon- ciation and to all who partici-

On last Sunday morning we Blossoms of Liberty, for the i continue to work and serve auxiliaries to make their reports day, Jan. 15. pated in making our Ground 1

baptized eight converts at Virginia outstanding program they pr faithfully as we have been doing Breaking ceremony a com

Key. We are praying that t sented last Monday evening. so wonderfully in the past. Youth Day, February 9 and CHRISTIAN plete success. Your contribu-
God will continue to send more, This Sunday morning, our Let us pray for a great year. llth. tion will go in our book of

workers in his vineyard. guest group of the communitywill Evening services will begin Remember the sick, shut- FELLOWSHIP pleasant memories.

The pastor, officers and 1 be representatives of the t every Sunday, at 6 p.m. until ins, our pastor, his mother, Rev. P. S. Brown, pastor January 14 is the birthdayof
members are happy to have, Carver Branch YMCA.During Easter Sunday. bereaved families and those in Mary Nixon, reporter our pastor and wife from the

Deacon and Sister Blue returnto i the morning service, we will I Mrs Saddle Dean and JanuaryItes the armed services. Visitorsare Thanks to the members and officers, members and your
our fold Deacon Blue is a install officers for 1968. would like to thank always welcome. friends for making this new reporter we wish both of you

devoted member Drake Me At 7:00 p.m. this Sunday eyou for your support on last house of worship a success. a happy birthday.
morial. will have our annual "Rose Sunday's dinner sale. Rev. W. F. Tanner will delivera Congratulations to all our

The chairman of our Men's Recognition Service," giving I Januaryites are having a GREATERNEWMACEDONIA sermon on the third Sunday, newly weds.
Day, Brother Leroy Richardson honor to those persons who dinner sale in the parish hallo at 3:00 p.m. You are invitedto As a reminder to all license -

and cochairman,BrotherWilliam have become members o everyones full support. Rev. Roscoe Jackson,pastor come out and enjoy the fellowship drivers, if you were
Tripp, are asking all Grace in 1968. A high-light of Let us pray for the sick and Willie Beard, reporterOn of worshiping together. born in January an even yearit
members to join in all plans this service will be a panel mankind everywhere. the third Sunday afternoon The Southern Singers will is time to renew your licenses -
that will be made for the Men's discussion on the topic, 11 the Ushers' Federation- render a program on the fourth before the end of the
"Young Adults and the Association wlllc Sunday, at 7:30 p.m. You are month.
Day.The onvene at
captains for Men's Dayare Church! NEW BETHEL BAPTIST New Macedonia.Our own,Rev. cordially invited to attend. Let us continue to pray for I

Deacon W.Green, BrotherG. Rev. W. K. Smith, pastor Jackson, will be the speaker. Mothers continue to send our sick. Visitors are always

Gamble and Brother F. Mc- MT. CALVARY Alice S, Irving, reporter Deacon E. Ramsey, presi- and bring your children to Sun- welcome to our services.WOMAN'S .
Koy.The Sunday, Jan. 7, marked the dent. day School. May God bless and
Missionary ld Rev. S. Atchison,pastor of keep you.
Society beginning Women's Day activities.
On the fourth DAY AT
Phyllis Beal Sunday,we will
its mission meeting at thehome 4 Sister Marjorie Perkins -
Sister Dorothy Brown. Sunday is Youth Day,please 1 was elected chairman and our Second Annal MT. PLEASANTThe
come out and support the* Homecoming Our morning EPISCOPAL CHURCHOF
This was a very spiritual and Sister WileneC.Robinsonco1 Fourth Annual Women's
speaker will be
for Rev. A, M.
youth, they are the
enjoyable meeting. please remember [ of tomorrow. chairman. Griffin i and congregation of THE ASCENSION Day, will be held, Jan 21, at
to pray and visit the The Home Mission Society New Shiloh Mt. Pleasant Missionary Baptist ,
B. Church. Our
sick and shut-ins On Sunday, at 945; Sunday is giving a tea at the home of afternoon 12201 Colonial Drive Church, 1320 NW 33rd St,
speaker will be
School is announced
held and at -
5:30p.m.BTU Rev. William
Sister Carrie B.Donnell 1960 Pickels, vicar Rev.
at a later date. Our F. L. Smith is minister.
is held. More adults are 1 Street On Sunday, Jan. 21 the Rt.
Washington from 3-4 evening speaker will be Mrs. Minnie Hill is chair-
NEW PROVIDENCE needed in this meeting, please> p.m., Sunday, Jan. 14. Sister T. C. Kelly, Jr., and Rev. Rev. Henry I. Loutittit, Bishopof man. Some of the best talent
join us. congregation -
Nellie Jones will be the guest of St, the Diocese of South Florida of the city have been scheduled -
Rev. C. J. Burney,pastor Prayer meeting is held I speaker is PaulA ME Church. ,will be the celebrant at the to
everyone invited. Come appear on Beginning *
and all program. -
Arsula Edwards,reporter every Thursday night.Fr Prayer services are held spend day with Holy Eucharist at '7:30p.m.t in the
us, we will serve dinner Sunday School.
o m now on evening services this
service the
every Tuesday night. Let us Bishop will
Our Annual Memorial each service. Morning speaker is Mrs.
will begin at 6:00: p.m, administer the
pray for the sick and shut-ins. Sacrament of Eunice
will be observed this Sunday Be on time Confirmation Davis a member of

morning Jan. 14. Persons Visit the sick and shut-ins. TEMPLE BAPTISTThe Ebenezer Methodist .
wishing to bring or send flowers JORDAN employee of The Miami
in memory of loved ones BAPTIST WOMEN Male Chorus will have Times and a student at Miami
may do so. Rev. A. J. King, acting pastor its Homecoming program on ZION HOPE Dade Junior College.

The Ordinance of Baptismwill COUNCIL TO MEET Eddie Gilbert, reporterOn the afternoon of Sunday, Jan Come and share in the fel-

be the third Sunday morning AN. 12 the third Saturday night, 21, and the No. Two Choir will lowship.
Jan. 21.All candidates are All members of the the No. 1 Choir will sponsor a celebrate its anniversary on Rev P. Freeman, pastor
asked to be present at 10 a.m. Women's Council are request-Baptist tea at the church. All are invited January 28. Both occasions Sis. E, Jackson, reporter SALTERS
Bro. Herman Thomas is The Young Women CHAPEL
Consecration hour of promise to be Auxiliary
prayer ed to meet interesting and
on Friday evening Rev.
will have H.
each president a program Tuesday ,pastor
Sunday at
morning inspiring.
Jan. 12, at the home of Miss'
Prayer each The entire membership of night, Jan. 16, sponsored by Betty A. Morant, reporter
meeting Tuesday
Marie M. White, 1312 NW 68th T. Bonivy, chairman of the
J at 7:30 p.m. All membersare St., at 8 o'clock New membersare | Jordan Grove extend an invi- trustee board and treasurer of Sister R, L. Sharp. Everyone Services last Sunday were
? tation to all visitors to is invited.We very inspiring. We invite
asked to attend. welcome the annual come the church, is a patient Hia- all of
Pray for our sick, shut-ins Foreign Mission,Banquet will I out and worship with us on Sun- leah Hospital and Rufus Cleareis are glad to have our sick our friends to visit us.
and those who are bereaved. be discussed da/ at Jackson Memorial. The members in church last Sun have called a junior
Visitors are always wel- do a great,work come for preparedto God. Let us take time out and pray Temple family wishes for day. We are still praying for 5:00 meeting, for this Friday at
come. for the sick and destitute. them a speedy recovery. ins.the sick bereaved and shut- time.p.m. please try and be on


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January;, 12,,'1748" 17

Christian Hospital Annual Employees PartyThe

Rev. J. Torrence, pastor Rev. T. C. Kelley, pastor Christian Hospital
Lucile Torrence, reporterOur Mary Amos, reporter hosted its second annual em-
pastor would like to take Our first quarterly confer-
ployees Christmas party on
to thank the ence will take .
this place, Friday, December 20 and 21st. ,
entire church for accompanying Jan. 12, and Sunday, Jan. 14. : .
him to NewBethelehemB.C The pastor is asking that all The highlights of the event
Homestead. boards and clubs make their was the presentation of a bon A ,
Services will be as follows report 100%. presiding Elder us to the employees who have
Sunday morning. Sunday Roberts will deliver the morn- not used more than threedays
school, from 9 to 9:50: morn- ing message Sunday, Jan. 14, sick leave of the ten days pro-
ing service from 10:00 to at 11:00 a.m. vided for the hospital policies.
11:30.: Rev. Norton will bringthe Our pastor is asking as This bonus as reward constitutes -
message. many members as possible to one full weeks pay. A
Sunday, January 14,the pas- attend our weekly Tuesday }
tor is asking the church to accompany night class meetings,at 8 p.m. Pictured making the pre-
him to Fort Myers to There will be a meeting of sentation of these awards is ,
the the J. B. EppersonBoardSunday Mr. Charles Lockhart, chair-
Saint Paul M. B. C. Rev. -
Robinson pastor. Jan. 21,4:30p.m.: lathe man of Christian Hospital
The Pastor's Aid club will annex, also plan to have dinner Building and Ground Committee -
meet Friday night before the with them that Sunday. and also second vice chair- .
There man of Board of Trustees. f 4. : f .
second Sunday. The presidentis will be a meeting of
asking all members to be all Junior ushers Monday, Jan. Among the recipients is Miss
present.The 15, at 5:30: p.m. all membersare Eleanor Bindrim,R.N.,Oper-
association will con- asked to please be present.An ating Room Supervisor.
vene Thursday night before the d
fourth Sunday. Our pastor will
bring the message at 8:45. The 50th St. Street
King and Queen contest will

come off in the association. Apartment Tenants Also pictured and looking on and E. F. Poage, F.A.A.M.A., tary, Ralph Williams, Medical
The King is little Dennis Tor- to the right of Mr. Lockhartare Hospital Administrator. Record Librarian, Gloria
rence fromValley Grove. We S. H. Johnson, MD,acting Also receiving certificatesare Dunn, X-Ray Technician, Ida
are asking the church, please Protest Rent Hike treasurer, Clarence Patterson employees counter clock- Holloway, Dietary, Helen
give your full support toward chairman of finance committee wise, Almeida Justa, Par- Brooks, R. N., Directorof
this contest. announcement by one-bedroom units and $2.00a E. S. Shirley, MD, as- macist, Chris Thompson,Die- Nurses, and Mizie Hanna,
two landlords to increase rent week on two bedroom units. sistant chief of Medical Staff, tary Severia Herring, Die- R. N. -Johnson photo

GREATER ST. LUKE brought angry protests from
tenants in Brownsville on The basic rent paid now is
Rev. 0. Taylor, pastor Wednesday, but the landlordsdid $17.50 and $19.00 per week. mqe ;Btall of
Eula McNeal, reporter not yield.Malcolm Wisehart said this is the same aitqr

Wisehart and John as when the apartments open- ---- --
Order of worship on January Bouvier, co-owners of the ed in 1948. A 30 per cent tax -- - ------
14, will be as follows, Sun- apartments, said that rising increase last year was the ma- aIo !e nttrtbrdUrrlneting
day School, 9:30 p.m. Morning costs had forced them to increase jor factor in forcing the increase ctb 1 [1 ID& ,
worship, 11:00 a.m. Evening rents $1.50 a week on he said. [ (i'OOfb an tc!

worship 6:30: p.m. @((2I1I1@J[ [?; ; Armory
next at said
On Sunday evening Tenants that the poor I-
3:00 p.m. there will be an ordination DISTRICT LAYMENTO condition of the apartmentsmade if I) of ,JHan .
service held here with MEET SUNDAYThe more intense their anger and li i. -,
] "prr.
Rev. P. D. Brantley moderator North Miami District over the rent increase. ., t ,-% ::'-"
of the Primitive Baptist Laymen Organization will ., .. - (lorida'srfarst;
Association and National Con meet, this Sunday, Jan. 14, at Wisehart, brother of Senior QlollrgtINSCRIBED I '
vention presiding. Everyoneis Mt. Hermon AME Church, Circuit Court Marshall Wis-
cordially invited to attend Opa-locka, at 3 p.m. businessof hart, said he will make a personal .
and worship with us. importance. All members inspection of the 160- .
Remember to pray for the will please be present. unit complex at NW 50th, St. FOR ETERNITY AND IN FAITH TO THEIR PROMISE THAT

sick and shut-ins. Willie Scott, president. and 27Ave., te THE "CHURCH,.BUILDS// FOR .YOUTH"-
j (Following are listed the names of Churches and Pastors who are up to date
Bouvier agreed to have a in ,their pledges and payments to the FLORIDA MEMORIAL COLLEGE
committee of tenants inspectthe Building Fund.)

books of the company to, ST. MARY BAPTIST CHURCH (Bradenton) Rev. R. HammondMT.
prove if the increase is justified SALEM BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. W. A. Rogers
NEW REDEEM BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. E. I. Norman

,3 _ _ G BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH (Tallahassee) Rev. C. K. Steele
r JOHN THE BAPTIST CHURCH (Pensacola) Rev. L. W. Goram
ST. JOHN BAPTIST CHURCH (Ormond) Rev. J. T. Tanner
ST. JOHN BAPTIST CHURCH (Belle Glade) Rev. J. B. Adams .
5861 NW 17th AVENUE DAYSPRING BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. C. A. Weaver
rA: LUNCHES SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. J. C. Sams
691-7796 OR 6963802Mrs. SPRINGHILL BAPTIST CHURCH (Gainsville) Rev. T. D. Davis
R. E. Copeland, Sup. ANTIOCH BAPTIST CHURCH (Liberty City) Rev. P. W. Wiggins
TEMPLE BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. L. A. ThompsonMT.
ST. LUKE BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. P. W. Williams
; Have No Fear FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHPine Grove-Ft. Lauderdale) Rev. C. V. 'Ford
MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. E. T.Graham
Call BEST MT. SINAI BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. C. 0. Albury
; The Leak Expert NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH (Hollywood) Rev. H. W. Wright
4 Quick Service GREATER NEW BETHELBAPTBTCHURCH (Miami) Rev. W. K. Smith
The Sphinxs' Club, a pledge group, of the Alpha Phi BEST ROOFING NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. W. E. Sims
Alpha Fraternity at Bethune.Cookman College COMPANY SHILOH BAPTIST CHURCH (Homestead) Rev. K. L. McGriff
the lovely Joann Smith, a Nineteen year old Clearwater' 693-3765 MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH (Orlando) Rev. N. G. Staggers
Fla., Business Education Major/ as the group s Sweet- 980 NW 79th Street PHILADELPHIA BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. J. W. Johnson
heart for 1968. Miss Smith will represent them during the ABYSCNIA BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. B. L. Wynn
Alpha Phi Alpha Black I and Gold Ball, scheduled for No Job Too Small ST. MARK BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. C. Wade

early spring. NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH (Ft. Lauderdale) Rev. G. W. Phillips
i OF PROPHECYThe SHILOH BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. A. B. Coleman
A ST. MARTHA BAPTIST CHURCH (Oak Hill) Rev. E. L. Merrick '

man born with the gift, Rev. Roosevelt Franklin of Macon, Georgia. It is EMANUEL BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. S. L. Badger
through God that I can remove all evil conditions, some questions you may ELIZABETH BAPTIST CHURCH (Arcadia) Rev. C. S. Felder
wish to know . Do you need money? Is my sickness natural? Can my hus. MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH (Bimini) Rev. J. R, Smith
band stop drinking? Can my wife stop drinking? Can my loved ones be re- BETHLEHEM BAPTIST CHURCH (Sarasota) Rev. A. H. Howell
turned? . They call me the (Rootman), but I am only a servant of God. Be. MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH (Ft. Pierce) Rev. Cliffen.
cause God is the answer to all life's problems. I am thekingof all modern OAK GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH (Geneva) Rev H. J. Clark
profits.Send for special selected Bible verses.To be read on special days. ST. PAUL BAPTIST CHURCH (Badwin) Rev. H L. Baker '
Send self.addressed my Tramped envelope and $2.00 for Bible verses and spiritual r MT. ZION PROGRESSIVE BAPTIST CHURCH (Lake Wales) Rev. J. D. Johnson
You will receive Rible verses by return mail. Send to: NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH (St. Petersburg) Rev. J." L. Fennell .
message. 1 NEW SHILOH BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. A. M. Griffin ...

The above list covers the State of Florida .
FLORIDA MEMORIAL COLLEGE (now under construction at
I Specialize in All Case Work PHONE: Area Code 912.745-6475
NW 156th St. & LeJeune Rd.)

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18 THE 'MIAMI TIMES, Friday, Januocy, 12, 1968
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Phil OssoferI Raymond Aranha's Dismissal :

have been searching might be interested to know Receives InvestigationThe Dt.E..RDAU UMPO'

around the library,looking for that one commonwordbandiedabout LAU
the meaning of words com- In your favorite pro- dismissal of Raymond r-=- '- BY TONI SMILEY
monly used, and for their ori- grams is Latin, too.It's"Alibi Aranha because of his \ 'i ,
and it actually means .J
confirmed ,
gins. As a punster, in movie -
words appeal to me almost as "elsewhere." Guess where appearance will a Be sure to mark your calendars so you won't forget! Joe Tex
much as food and they seem the man accused of a crime "Shanty Tramp, of cause lost a will be at Basin Street Wast on Friday, January 19th. So all

to be as necessary to my ex- was, when it occured? He was reel special of the showing movie. a long you ladies with "Skinny Legs" make it a date to be there., who

istence as the "vittles" that "elsewhere." All he has todo Metro authorities knows Joe Tex may be able to give you away.

keep me alive.Because now is prove it, or his aU-bl want to screen personnel the reel for the Mr. Sterling Sutton, son of Mr. and Mrs.Jack Sutton of 503
of will bye-bye. Fort Lauderdale who now resides in California -
of the popularity go Personnel Advisory Board,as 11 NW 14th Terrace, ,
TV, I was attracted couple Now, let's go to church. the Board is considering theappeal is home for a visit. Mr.and Mrs. Sutton are indeed delighted -
of words often used on West- Everyone knows what chapel filed Aranha who to have their son home after all this is his first visitin

erns and "Crime. Busting" is, but do we know how it got was employed by asaJuvenile, four years.

shows. We take such words for its name? The word actually Court Probation officer.Mr. The United Fund will hold its victory Dinner on Thursday,

granted, but to me they areas means "little cape" or"little Aranha was fired be- January 18th at 6:30: p.m. Dinner will be served at 7:30 p.m.

miraculous and amazing as the cloak." The first chapel was cause he played a roll in this ARANHA The Dinner will be held at the Governor's Club Hotel located;
miracle of the morning sun. built to mark the spot where St. 236 SE 1st Avenue, Fort Lauderdale. The public is invited to
locally produced potboiler.
Words are miraculous, be- Martin, then a Roman soldier, Assistant theme. attend. Those interested in making reservations for this affair
V cause without them,this wouldbe donated half of his military Louis Schneiderman County Attorney said The County Attorney said may call the United Fund at 5221491. $2.50 per person.Mr. .

Indeed a strange and unfriendly cape to a freezing beggar,who "The third reel, that the film's producer, J. Michael Huff of 840 NW 19th Terrace spent the Christ-
world. turned out to be Christ. which complete have shows the, Gordon Murray, showed hima mas holidays with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Huff of
we now
There's that word"posse." Then word "Dime" . fornication in which brand new print and that it the above address. Michael is a Freshman at Paducah Vocational -
I found out it was a Lating word that's a tenth of a dollar to you Aranha acted.scene" has the third reel "fornica- School in Pudacab, Kentucky, he is also a graduate of
meaning "to be able." Posse and me . had its beginningsin tion scene" intact. Dillard High School.

was the opening word in an old religious circles. (Is that well versed in writing, teaching The Elks Lodge will host the Annual Masonic Dance on Saturday -
legal formula, all written in why it's round?) It originally Aranha is a versatile; he is and directing, as well as December 13, beginning at 10:00 p.m.

Latin, giving a marshal or meant a tenth, or the fractionof wellas acting. In Miami acting. In Miami Beach, re-
sheriff authority (to be able) one's income which it was Beach, recently starred in a sently starred in a comedy,
to gather a number of citizens customary in the Middle Age'sto comedy, "The Courtesy Not "The Courtesy To Bleed,' Le Roi Jones Hit With
to help him catch criminals.So contribute to the support of to Bleed," in which a white girl In which a white girl was his

*posse" went way out west! the church. was his co-star in the inter- co-star in the interracialplay Hard SentenceOne

. and enabled some of the Incidentally remember, racial play, with sex being the with sex being the the me.
human "Criters" out there to when you drop a dime in the --- -- of the nation's leading Whitney Young, Jr., execu-
speak Latin. collection box, it's not good BIRTHANNOUNCEMENT poets and playrights, LeRol tive director of the National
You "Crime Buster" fans tithings. UNIT NO. 7 NEWS Jones, began serving his two Urban League, accused au-
to three years in prison sen- thorities of trying to "intimI-
Mrs. Anthony E. Gardiner The Baby Contest and Tiny tence last week, for his partin date" black people by makingan

PTA To Discuss Progress In II gave birth to a son on Dec. Tot Fashion Show, sponsoredby the 1966 Newark, N. J, riot example of Jones.
I 31, In Mt. Sinai Hospital, at Unit No. 7, recently at the in which over 40 Negroes were LeRol Jones has been for
11:30: p.m., the baby has been home of Mrs. Mary Wilson, killed. the past few years one of the
Racial Relations"Progress named Ansel Eric, his father 1344 NW 44th St., was a huge Jones was charged with most bitter critics of white supremacy -

the late Anthony Gardiner, n, success. in that riot.
carrying a gun in his writings in his
in Racial Rela- D. Gordon, school board member died five months ago. The First prize winner was baby Also charged with carrying ,
and his has
tions in Greater Miami" will family resides at 3510 Frow plays books.He appeared -
who has recently attended Pamela D. Barnard sponsoredby weapons were Charles Mc- several occasionson
be the topic for a panel diS- a national conference avenue, Coconut Grove. Mrs. Elizabeth El. Second Crary and Barry Wynn. They and television
radio blast-
cussion at the meeting of the race relations; Mrs. DorothyW. place winner was baby Burnice too, were sentenced to prison. ing the second-class citizen-

Dade County Council of Par- Adside, principal of Doug- NORTH DADESUNSHINE Green Mrs. Doris Dorsett, Wynn, an actor and McCrary, ship of Negroes in this coun-
ent-Teacher Associations
on las School Tiny tot fashions
Elementary a participant sponsor. former accountant for the
Wednesday, January 24, at 10 in the Bank Street Col- CLUBThe were presented by Patricia's Newark antipoverty program try.

a.m. at William Jennings Bryan lege of Education as well as North DadeSunshine Dress Shop. Mrs. Mattie drew 18 months each.
Elementary School, 1200 the NDEA Institute for the Dis- Allen, proprietor and fashion Jones was also fined $1,000.
Club will have its
NE 125th St., Miami. advantaged; Edward Grafton, commentator. The models Civil rights leaders in New Newest luxury hotel inNassau -; .,
regular meeting Thursday
the Blue Vista
Program chairman and architect who has served as a Jan. 12, 8 p.m. at the home of were; Hazel Cunningham, York and in Newark have declared ,
moderator for the panel is Mr. member of the Quality Educa- Mrs. Bessie Norwood 2470 Irene Stover, Lillie A. Cunningham that Jones was fined and Club, was officially opened
December 20 with ceremonies
s William B. Duncan, principalof tion Committee; Mrs. Eleanor NW 152nd Terr. All membersare and Stephanie Light- Jailed "not because of what he clv'1cL"
Miami Edison Senior High, Lipton, executive secretary of urged to attend. sey. Pre c ill a Cunningham, did but because of what he is attended by government;
who has the Miami of the music and Miss MozellAllen and business leaders.
served chapter
as a visiting Mrs. C.Price is presidentand and what he said."
faculty member of the Bank American Jewish Committee; Mrs. C. L. Hanna, reporter. M.C. Refreshments were
Street College of Education in Robert H. Simms, member of served by the committee.Mrs. .
New York as well as partici- the bi-racialcommitteeat MI- Elizabeth served as Jack's MEN'S WEAR
pated in the National Defense ami Edison Senior High Schoolas chairman.

Education Act Institute for the well as the Community Re- Look what is coming you: SEE "MR. JACK"
Disadvantaged. He states lations Boad of Dade County'Mr wayl! A fabulous forecast t
confront the PTA members s. C. R. Touzet, interna- coiffures and fashions, Feb.
with a knowledge of the factsso tional relations chairman, JOHNSON'S HALL 12th, Biscayne Terrace star- STYLES FOR ALL AGES

that they can make personal Dade County Council of PTA; light Room, sponsored by the The Very Latest in Men's Fashions

decisions which will help their and Harvey Wallace,youth organizer What do you think about city's top hair stylists. Re- SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS

communities to progress in for Youth Industries EOPI and its Legal Servicesand member the date Feb. 12,Cosmetician ITALIAN SHOES
human relations." Inc., in connection with the Head Start Programs? Is Guild of Unit No. 7.
Other panelists include Jack Church of the Incarnation in it serving the right people 944 NW 2nd ASE MIAMI, FLORIDA
Miami. within the overall Proverty

picture? Do you know all you
should 1 know about the pro- .
I Frontiers Installs Offiers FOR $2.95
gram? Why not be on hand this

Saturday morning at 830am. I'll send you researchon LIFE INSURANCE
The attendance of four "Pete Peterson, Secretary in Johnson Hall, 1328 NW 3rd you enjoy
Housing Officials from emeritus t of Kiwanis International Avenue, and hear the discus- marital .

Zambia, Africa gave an inter- His was informativeand sion by the experts that will C. Y. Doesn't
national flavor to the annual inspirational. He was introduced be on hand to inform and P. 0. Box 56 It PaysLast

dinner meeting of the Miami by "Stu' Patterson,. answer in all areas of the War Edison Center Station
Club of Frontiers held at John secretary of the Miami i on Poverty? This is a break- Miami, Fla. 33150
son Hall of the St. John Bap- Kiwanis Clubs. fast meeting. year Insurance benefit payments in

tist Church on last Friday America amounted to more than $12,000,000-

evening. Approximately 100 000.00.

guests witnessed the "chang-

ing of the gavel" and the an- -r Gef Less than half, $5,200,000,000.99 were for

nual awards presentation. /COLORS SLICK DOUBLE GMYHWRBUW BLACK ACTION ( CAR L TONREALTY paid death to payments."Living Policyholders"$6,800,000,000.00 in the form was

George W. Kilpatrick was
I presented the Frontiersmanof 2 DRESSES HAIR IN PUKE of policy dividends, surrender values, disability -
% .
the year award for outstanding r payments, mature endowments, and annuity -

service in the community payments.
outside.of club activities. Miss I 635.3177

Olive Alexander, retired Exd- $250 Down ( BROKER)


Scott Community Associa- $175 mo. Income. Live rent free. Two 2 bedrm, 1
tion was honored by the club, $76 Month bath, One 1 bedrm, 1 bath. $22,500, l,500down,
"in a b s e n ti a' for dedicated $134.70 month. UP A SAVINGS

service during her forty odd THROUGH LIFE INSURANCE
2 bedroom hardwood
years span with the organization. RANCH TYPE BEAUTY, 3 bedrm, 2 bath, FHA,
Both awards were made factory cabinets, Fla room, extra lot. Zoned duplex. Must see.

by S. J. Ramsey outgoing built-in range, corner, 3 $15,600, $600 down, $96.21 month.
lots bus schools & CENTRAL
president of the local club. shopping., near LIfE/

Garth Reeves officially installed DRIVE BY: 3 BDRM, I BATH, CBS, tile roof, gar., will go INSURANCE COMPANY

the newofficers and 2241 NW 88 STREET fast. $11,500, $1000 down, $110 mo. all. .
passed the symbolic gavel to
Robert C. Gabriel, president; 1416 NORTH
car garage, $11,500, $350 down, $85 mo. all. BOULEVARDTAMPA, FLA.
D. J. Johnson, first vice pres.; Wilson Realty

Vernon A.Jackson,secretary; DISTRICT OFFICES STATEWIDE
Weaver treasurer.
Oscar W. ,
The feature of the eveningwas

an address by O. E.

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liI':'!: Cleveland, Gary, and Boston Mayoral Elections lilllill ",

::1\:::;\:: May Heighten Negro Unrest i1!!!;;!

:tm.. The recent mayoral elections In Cleveland, Gary, campaign by Seith Taft, the Republican candidate, ex- of Negroes, but a numerical failure of the powers of ::f:;::::::
;:::::::: and Boston may In the long runbring more racial tur- plain the switch, the authors maintain.The discrimination, a failure that resulted In large part 11:1ftf: [
:;:::: moil, three social scientists say in the JanuaryFebruary because of the massive exodus of whites from the cen- ::::::::::::
::;:::q issue of "Transaction magazine, published by authors also show that although Stokes' Inroad tral city. :::::::::::
::: .
;;;:;:; Washington University.
into the white vote was not decisive in the primary, he
::::::::;:: t1
:;:::;;::;: The campaign and vote that elected Carl did increase his white vote over what he had receivedthe They do find some hope, however. "The victories of :'
::::1:::1i: the first Negro of Cleveland B.Stokes as first time he ran for mayor in 1965, Just enough to Stokes and Hatcher, and the defeat of Mrs.Hicks, have :::::::::f
: mayor are analyzed by win the general election. kept the door open on the growing racial crisis. America :::::;:::
:::;;: K. Hadden and Victor Thiessen
Jeffrey sociologists, has, at best, bought a little time." :::::::::::
:::::::;; and Louis H. Masotti, a political scientist, all of Case "Stokes won by holding his black bloc, and increasing : :::1::
::::::: :: Western Reserve University,Cleveland.They also discuss his white vote from 15 per cent in the primary to
'' The close election results in Cleveland ,and ::::::
Gary :::::
:{i\: the election of Richard D. Hatcher, another Ne- almost 20 per cent in the general.An enormous amountof
were found similar.Hatcher like Stokes was able :::::::::::
very ,
:;;::::[::: gro, in Gary, Ind., and the defeat of Mrs. Louise D. the white vote was, whether covert or overt, anti- to white votes with massive
capture enought coupled 11 1 m
.:.:.::.:;.::.::.: Hicks, a white "blacklash' candidate, in Boston. Negro," they write.
Negro support, to win. But whereas the subtle use of :::::::::::

fi1; "The elections have only accelerated the of The three elections will not pacify militant Negroes the race issue In Cleveland cost Stokes votes, the more :::::::1:::

::;:::;:;:: ever-rising expectations among Negroes pace unless the new Negro mayors can meet their demands overtly racist opposition in Gary probably gave Hatcher :::;:::::::
they con-
some white votes he would not have ::1::::1
gotten otherwise
1 11 1 elude., "If results don't follow, and rather rapidly the while increasing white support, and produce results In
::::::::::: Negro community's frustrations with the Americanpolitical the face of the cities' overwhelming problems, the so- the authors write.Compared ::::::::::.::.:
:;;::1:1:: system will almost certainly heighten." cial scientists say.
with Stokes and Hatcher, Kevin White had mm
1; :m 1
"Another clear Implication of these elections Is that an easy victory in Boston. The authors attribute Mrs. :::::::::::
1 m: 1 Their analysis of the white and Negro vote in Cleve- white resistance to change remains large and wide- Hicks' lack of qualifications and the racial overtones :::::::::::

:::::::;::: land's wards shows that 90 per cent of the Democrats spread," they state. "Stokes and Hatcher won because of her campaign,' they note, "Boston also experienced ::1:1:1::::::
:::;;::;:;1 who voted in the primary crossed party lines rather than black-voter power coalesced with a relatively small a massive blacklash vote. The Incredible fact that she :::::::::::

1 1 11 vote for Stokes, a Democrat, in the Nov.7 election five minority of liberal whites. ran a close race demonstrated again the hard core of :::::::::::
::::::::;:: weeks later. Racial bigotry combined with a strong "It was not a victory of acceptance or even tolerance prejudice and ignorance in American society." ::::::::::

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orFic l r 01 IcO's: \lie 38 Dade County Businesses Honored

Thirty-eight Dade County e
Businesses were honored this a

ServicesBY week by the Dade County Boardof f E" k ii
l. Public Instruction, Dept. of
Center: Adderly, Cooperative Education, hon-
1t oring National DECA Week.
DEC A is identified by its
Life I InsuranceLife connection with Distributive

Education which program is
insurance is designed to give the insured, his family, designed to develop leadershipin
or other beneficiary financial protection at a stated time after the fields of marketing and ia

the policy goes into effect. Usually, the designated time for distribution. It is the only national -

payment is at the insured's death. However, under the termsof high school organization ..
certain policies, payment maybe made at other fixed dates, attracting high school studentsfor s' ,
e. g., as an endowment;or for loss of eyesight and limbs. Thisis future Jobs in that field. 1th # '
the theory of life insurance. However, this theory does not DECA week was inaugurated -

always hold true; particularly among certain type policies af- by Metro Mayor Chuck Hall _
forded, almost exclusively, to the poor. proclaimed National, aj

There are basically two types of life insurance plans offered DECA Week with businesses j i #
to the poor: Industrial "weekly premium' Life and Ordi- using all types of promotionsfor g

nary Life. Industrial life Is more commonly knownamong the students in that program.
low income community than ordinary life insurance.- Radio stations, TV outlets, Lw -, 1

ditionally, the basis for the popularity of industrial life insurance and newspapers cooperatedwith
among the poor has been rooted in the fact that this merchants who used

has been the only type of insurance coverage the insurance industry DECA week to tell the story 1)J
would sell this class of people. about students working in that k:0'i

Industrial life insurance policy provisions are tailored to program. Many merchants used -

appeal to the poor, e.g.,premiums can be paid weekly for onlya newspaper and radio ads
few cents a week and collected at your door. However, the congratulating students for the

policyholder is not informed that premiums on this type policyare fine jobs in the field of mer- ed to merchants.!'ho partici- Sears; Dorothy Smith, Belks; Bottom row, left to right: Iris

much higher than premiums on an ordinary life policy. Nor chandising distribution. pated and made outstanding Christine Cuenca,Sears;Dar- Robinson, McCrory's; Katherine -
is he told that the company is not doing him a favor by sendingan Pictured above are a groupof contributions. lene MaIm, Bell TelephoneCo. Dials, J. C. Penny and I

agent to collect premiums;because to have an agent collectthe Coral Gable Students hold- Reading from left to right .; Patricia Johnson, Sears; Holly Bradford, South Miami ..

premiums personally, at the policyholder's home, is an ing awards that were present- top row: Margarette Gross, Donna Ackerman, Burdines. Pharmacy.
added expense to him. And the more frequent the agent has to

march to the insured's door to make the collection, the greater -
the expense to the insured. Moreover, a popular myth about West Hollywood, Sister Mary 4, at VFW Post No. 3559 Mi- $200 REWARD POSTED FOR

this type coverage, which Is accepted as fact in certain cir- Carver McDowell President, SisterE ami Beach, at 650 West Ave. CAR THIEF

cles, is that Industrial "weekly or monthly" insurance provides ease Taylor, Directress, Commander Folia Boyd is
protection to individuals with small incomes; because Ranches Rev. B. L. Mack, pastor. asking all members to attend.; Two hundred dollars will be

they cannot set aside sufficient money to pay quarterly, semi- The pastor's Anniversarystarts Memorial service at 9:30: a.m. paid to the person who can fur-

annually, or yearly premiums. This is not factual.The fact is Jan. 21, thru Jan. 28. Evening session starts at 2:00 nish information leading to ar-

that the poor pay more and get less coverage with this type NewsBy The Rev. W. Educarand p.m.Don't rest of the person found guilty
limited to One congregation be present at forget the Saturday and convicted of stealing a
insuance. In addition, the face value is usually Bow
Thousand Dollars. Wolter New Macedonia Baptist on Jan. Fish Fry, at Post No. 8195this 1964 (green) Comet automobile

The following chart,taken from two different companies rate 21. The public is invited to at- Saturday, Jan. 13, starts at tax no. 1-119710.
schedules will be used to Illustrate the Important features of The New Macedonia Baptist tend. Rev. L. L. Mack, is pas- I 19 p.m. All members please at- Automobile was stolen Friday -
Church's Young Matron So- tend. All neighboring post are morning Jan. 5, in the vicinity -
both types of insurance. These policies are based on coverage tor.The
ciety will hold its first instal- Fifth District meetingof Invited. of 65th Street at NW 15
which would be afforded a 49 old male.
year lation service, Sunday,Jan. 14 the Veterans of Foreign Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hart of Avenue.

INDUSTRIAL ORDINARY LIFE at 3:00 p.m. 2201 NW48th Ave. Wars held Sunday,Jan. New York City, were In West $10 reward will also be paidto
Hollywood, during the Christ- the person furnishing infor-
mas holidays. He spent much mation that will lead to recov-
Cash value In 20 years 76.64 Cash value in 20 years 478.16 time with his brother Charles erty of the car.
Amount of Ins. $700.00 Amount of ins. $1000.00 (Based on $100 deathbenefit) (Based on$100 death benefit) Hart at 44th Ave and 25th St. For further information

Cecil Hart also visited the Ba contact owner by calling 379-
Type--20 paymentlife. Type--ordinary life. From the above chart the advantages of ordinary life insur- hamas. 8451 or 633-3970.
Insures the lifetimeof premium payable throughoutlife. ance, as opposed to industrial life Insurance premium

the insured but will be paidin policy," are apparent. The policyholder who paid weekly has
full In 20 years the advantage of paying more frequently.He pays more though,
Yearly premium 61.81 Yearly premium 39.55 and gets less, approximately Twenty Dollars more a year fora LCCC Staff Attend Welfare

(Payable weekly $1.19)) (Payable quarterly, semi- policy worth Three Hundred Dollars less. Moreover, the industrial I
will have almost the face value of
annually, yearly) policyholder paid
the policy within the first 10 years, I.e.,$618.80 on a $700.00 Movement Conference In N.Y.

Amount paid In 10 618.80 Amount paid in 10 395.50 policy. And when the policy is fully paid in twenty years $1- at the
years years 223.60 will have been paid for $700.00 worth of Insurance.The On Friday, Jan. 12, Bernard posals presentation
conference. It is hoped that out
ordinary life policyholder,on the other hand, must make Dyer, director. the Liberty
of this conference will
Amount paid in 20 1,223.60 Amount paid in 20 791.00 premium payments until death. However,this type policy af- City Community Council, and the same kind of across the come nation -
Mrs. Bertha H. Cochran assistant -
years years fords him dividends paidfrom the company's surplus, which demonstrations that took
When policy is fully paid could be used to pay future premiums, left to earn interest, or director and organizerof
place in 49 cities during last ...
the Welfare Dele-
be borrowed against. Also, the cash surrender value, i.e., sum
Dividents in 2 years -0- Dividends in 2 years 3.67 the policyholder may) receive by surrendering the policy, is gation will a t ten d a planning spring.
much higher with this type insurance. conference of the Welfare

Dividends in 20 years0- Dividends in 20 years 273.37 Compare! Think] Save! Rights Movement In New York. The BahamasgovernmentIs
have been in its first
the launching manpower
Liste to WKAT, 1260 on your radio dial, every Sunday night
Cash value in 2 years0- Cash value in 2 years 14.2C''at 11:40 p.mfor legal panel discussions of topics of inter- of developing plans and survey throughout the entire

(Based on $100 death benefit) (Based on $100 death benefit) est to you and the community. have prepared several pro- resort archipelago.

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with. Allen Led WildcatsSe
Spearing ..,,., .. :
pt"' '
,.. '
I t Torrid PaceThe

l _
t".f Bethune-Cookman Col- play Florida Memorial, Jan-
\ 1 lege Wildcats undefeated in uary 6th; Savannah State,Jan-
hN'1 \ regular season play is settinga uary 8th;Albany State.Jan. 13;
ti: pace of 100.3 per game this Alabama State, Jan. 15.13;and
season. Lead by 6'8" forward, Edward Waters, Jan. 17th at
Johnny Allen from Delray,who home and will hit the road to

GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTENThe was named to the NAIA All take on St. Leo! College, Jan.
Fy American Team and Is 9; Florida Institute, Jan. 11;

entire staff of The Miami Times sends condolences to averaging 30.2 per game, the Edward Waters College, Jan.
the family of Jimmy Burns,who was a great newspaper columnist Wildcats have piled up 602 19; and Albany State, Jan. 24.
I knew him when he first started to write a sports column points against six opponents Head Coach Jack McClarien
to-date. Allen's 180 points says, "The team looks like a
At that time
here in Florida. I had my own publication knownas C
That'show total gives him the lead in the sure bet to be among the lead
the Ringside Reporter. I became acquainted with
Wildcats scoring departmentand ers In the SIAC Conferenceat
him. At that time boxing was in its prime, Enought cannot be
y he has also pulled down 84 the end of the season, if I ""t..
said about his sports column, when Jimmy wrote a story he
knew what he was writing about. Manyasporting event he cov- rebounds. Allen's best game can keep the guys healthy."
ered when I was right there with him. His this season was against Fort
great interest in
Valley State College,where he Two of his top ball handlers,
one of his major sports
golf especially the baseball golf
scored 41 points. Second high Jerome Hamler and Owen
tournament run by the City of Miami I know that
our Mayor scorer for the Wildcats is John Harris have been out since the
Steve Clark and City Manager Melvin Reese
will miss him. At
first of
the with
Beach from Philadelphia, who game season
this tournament they always kidded each
has compiled 143 points for a injuries, however, they have told.PLEASANTNESS could. go on writing about Jimmy,as there is so muchto 23.7 per game average. recovered and are expected to

\ { This month the Wildcats will see action in the next game.
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Gazing into his crystal ball, Hialeah Racing Secretary Ken

neth Likely Noe to,Succeed"Jr. has prophesied in the horse world that Pleasantness in 1968. was'"Most Rattler Stars With Raiders 'In Super Bowl I

The selection is noteworthy because a year ago Noe foresaw
Damascus as 1967's Likely to Succeed" when the colt That playing in the Super Dixon is 26 years of age, 6 runner and receiver, and At Florida A&M U., he was
had won his only stakes start..the Remsen. Bowl Is the acme of football feet, one inch tall,an offensive broke into the starting lineup on the Pittsburg Courier All-
pleasantness has even less to recommend her. achievement no one can ques- back. A s a professional playerhe with outstanding three-touch- America team He was born In

So, again, who is Pleasantness? ? ? tion. Well, Sunday,when the came on very strong mid down performances in Raid Lacross, Fla., but now calls
pleasantness is a daughter of Hail to Reason--Pheecikins, Green Bay Packers meet the way through 1966 season after ers' 34-13 victory at Kansas Alachua, Fla. his home,whore
by Alibhai, and will turn three on January 1 when all thorough- Oakland Raiders, in the adjusting to new position. He City. He always comes in with he resides with his wife,
breds in North America celebrate a universal birthday. Orange Bowl, two fonner Rat- was his club's number three the big play. Gerrie. andtheir two children.

Racing in the colors of Patrice Jacobs, Pleasantness was tlers, Hewrltt Dixon and Car-
sent postward 13 times this year by her owner's father, Trainer leton Oats, will be stars for . ( )
Hirsch Jacobs, won three times,was second once and third the Oakland team. \ eli
twice. She ran in five stakes but could only manage one third-
Thus Jake Gaiters will .
place.So again see, or know, that his F :- i ,
why did Noe turn to Pleasantness? ? ?
boys have made it big again on
He gives four reasons . (1)) "pleasantness is big and
strong for a 2-year-old" . .((2))"Pleasantness looks like the gridiron.

she'll run all day' . (3)) "Pleasantness is in the hands of The Packers and the Raid- ';i)

one of America's best trainers" ?(4)) "I was very impressed ers will playfor the world
with her races in the Gardenia Trial and Gardenia Stakes." football championship.. ,

Oats is 25 years old, 6feet,
3 Inches tall a defensive end.

Looking the He saw considerable duty last
year after spending most of LY wt
rookie and 2nd seasons de-

SPORTSWORLD veloping. He Is quick,aggressive -
He was a standout two-

day end at Florida: M,where
I he was all-league selection as
[ senior. He was born in Polk-

Inghorne Village, Florida,and
BY LEO ARMBRISTER Over 1 now makes his home la Tampa, r _
I where he enjoys life with his
wife and one child. _


Vince Lombard, the world's No. 1 football brain has moved Howard University Given $7,400,000 I
his super squad from the frozen glacier of Green Bay to the

sunlit carpet of Miami's Orange Bowl for the game of games, Washington, D. -Howard dent James M. Nabrit, Jr., Dr. K. Albert Harden, deanof the College to encourage young
The Super Bowl, against the Oakland Raiders. University officials has announced $650,000 of the grant will be the C o 11 e g e of Medicine, physicians to join the faculty
Still deeply embedded In the minds of Lombardi and his the receipt of a $1- used for establishing teaching said the gift was the first to be The purpose oftheVivian
champions is the fact that no team they encounter is a pushover 400,000 gift from the Vivian fellowships, $600,000 fora received by the University Beaumont Allen Foundation is
It is this psychological brain washing they give them- Beaumont Allen Foundation of professorship in the Depart from the Foundation. The to "provide for the wellbeingof
selves plus the skill of a well organized machine that has produced New York City to be used to ment of Medicine, and the remaining grant was one of several mankind intheUnitedstatesofAmerica
them as champions of the NFL three years in succes- strengthen the teaching pro- $150,000 for student awarded to medical collegesby and elsewhere

sion.The gram and program and provide scholarships. The last portion the thrilling finish it took to down the Cowboys for two suc- scholarship a I din'the will make available to qualifi- previously had directed mostof tions, and the establishmentand
cessive years Is evidence of Packer power in tough situations. University's College of Medi- students scholarships its support to Columbia University maintenance of services
Lombardi's reserved respect for the Raiders is made known cine. approximately $2,000peryear. which will be beneficial to per
when he cites the speed of the team on both defense and of- According to Howard Presi Dr. Harden added that the sons. The organization'sspecial

fense, special attention Is being paid to Hewritt Dixon, the 220- grant is "particularly signifi Interest is medical and
pound fullback from FAMU. Dixon, who has speed and poweris CARVER YMCA MEMBERS cant' because it will enable nursing education.
double threat to the ATTEND PRO PLAY-OFF GA
also an excellent receiver so poses a
Packers defenses. Second year man Banaszak from the Uni- Over two dozen Carver United Fund through that agen-
versity of Miami, whose league high rushing average of 5.5 YMCA youngsters attended the cy's director Mr. William A. FRIDAY''
is also in line to make the going tough. pro play-off game, Sunday, at wynn. The children were OPENS 7:30: P.M.
The performance of Daryle Lamonica speaks for itself.(220 the Orange Bowl. supervised by Sandra Lashley,
completions in 425 throws for 3228 yards and 30 touchdowns. Elouise Eliard, Bov McDuffle

His team won 13 out of 14 and a league title. The tickets, all for choice and Raymond Thornton all of
The Raiders are not helpless on defense with backs Kent seats, were donatedbythe the Carver staff. .,JAN.
McCloughan and Willie Brown, who had seven interceptionsin
67 is another Grambling great. The Olympics 23 37 12-17
9 to 9 TV-Drive In 22 38 _

Excelsior League is barrelling down the homestretchwith High individual game with handicap George Walker, 309; :
competition taking a keener aspect each week. Herman Bryant, 269; Sammle Stewart, 267. ;
High individual 3 game with handicap George Walker, 743;
TEAM WON LOST Archie Brown, 683; Darden Baker 676.

Averagers 180 and up: James Thomas, 196;W. E. Robinson,
Bowlers Pro Shop 42 18 188; J. B.Harvey,187; Dennis Peak,185; Frank Southward, 184, First s .
The Cobras 41 19 Kenneth Gamey, 184; Tommy Jackson, 182. '
22 In 681
The Five Summersetts 38 IW"
.. 35 25 For the first time In over 27 years the Miami International
Jones Bar-B-Q 30 MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY Boat Show will be held In January Instead of February. Now
Hagan & Fonda No. 1 30 all the new models will be introduced In Miami. Plan NOWto
Continental Cleaners 29 31 APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU. see this fabulous exhibit of the latest In BIG boats and
28 32 small boats-and the newest In motors and accessories from
Hagan & Fonda No. 2 28 32 THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE. all over the world.

Best Lawn Service 21 33 PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM! HOURS Friday; 7.30 P.M. to 11 P.M.=Sat thru' Wed..1 P.M. to.11 P.M.
Cloverleaf Sport Shop 37
Tucker's Famous Food 23

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Buy A House Today NEAR NW 91 ST. AND 25' AVE.
Established 'Dept. Store 4 bedroom, 2 bath CBS, separate entrance with
((1)) 255 NW 53rd St. Duplex. $250 down. income possibilities, $600 down, $16,000 FHA.
For SaleWITH
((2)) 3260 NW 48th Terr. 3 bed., $300 down. Building NEAR NW 85 ST. AND 21 AVE.

((3)) 6808 NW 6th Ave. 4 bed. $1,000 down. OR WITHOUT BUSINESS (MSL) address, 2227- 3 bedroom CBS, Fla room, oak floor, fenced,
29 NW 62nd ST. FOR INFORMATION CALL: MR. awnings, $12,000 FHA, $300 down, $75.05 mo.
((4)) 14265 NW 22 Pl.,0pa-locka. -$200down. BROSILOW, UNIVERSAL REAL ESTATEREALTORS,
APARTMENTS FOR RENT Garden of Eden, luxurious 3 bedroom CBS, Fla

14460 NW 22nd Ave. Opa-locka, $16 wk. room, fenced, sprinklers, BBQ, beautiful landscaping .
., $15,000 FHA, $450 down, $93.33 month.


FORD REALTYINC. Broker 2 bedrooms each side, $450 down, $89.80 mo.

3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 615-4595 'MOKER ... $14,500 FHA.

;\ "IT" appeal, 3 bedroom, l'/2 bath, has plenty of
.; OUR CLASSIFIED ADS ,, ,' : pzazz, carport, $14,000 FHA, $350 down, $87.56
) '. :<: :.J: month.

$250 DOWN $12 PAYS ALL $9,600 FHA ,"',I'-j, ," .... ' f.""" ';'i',?
BRING RESULTS Fla tile roof, city ". )," .:" : ;r:,:"1" '"
Neat 2 bedroom CBS, large room, SMS' REALTY '
refri- : : ,. ,..,)
water and also pump and well for yard, stove,

aerator air conditioner. Seller pays closing costs on ,'\ ; : :
: 621 433 ,I' "
BLANCHE CALLOWAY this jarggjn. : :' .,,
,': $380 DoWN I .-a9 PAYS ALL $12,010 FHA '.
; Meet Me at: Lovely 2 bedroom CBS In Allapattah on 13th Ave.,near 2701 NW 163rd St.
:: 8115 NW 23 AVENUE '34th St. Flo room, garage, ,file roof, stove, refrigerator ' .'.
Sunday, Jan. 14, 2 p.m. tit fenced, yard,- fruit trees., Seller will pay closing. Til 9 Realtor : < : \
5 p.m. I want to show youa costs on this beauty. Near eve thing! ___ ______ .
beautiful (Brand New) 3
bedroom, 2 bath house witha NO QUALI FYING -TAKE OVER FHA
Fla room all electric CBS on 65th st.Near 29th Ave. This CBS has tile roof '
kitchen, anrf many other and only needs paint to bring out its beauty. Pay $850 Best lays in Town _. ,:
features. THIS HOUSE IS down, $73 month pays all and takeover FHA mortgageof ., '- "c .,..."
FOR YOU. only $9,500.

Brown $250 DOWN $10 PAYS ALL $10,200 FHA
Realty BEAUTY, 2 BEDROOM. Large eat-in kit-
Modern 3 bedroom CBS in Opa-locka In new area near chen. Front porch, carport, $250 down, $11,500
4140 NW 7th AVE. PL 4-0655 schools, shopping, bus. Jalousie windows, large lot, FHA.

appliances.Very neat and attractive, home. Seller pays
.', all closing costs) (Our Opa-locka phone number. is: 3 BEDROOM, CBS BEAUTY. Dining room, utilityroom.
624-3666)) Garage, fenced. $1,500 down, $10,500 total.
Do you have a large family? Bank financing.
$300 DOWN 81.46 MO. $13,000 FHA
Do you need a 4 bedroom, Across from school at 8418 NW 24th Ave. Modern 2 GORGEOUS CBS. 2 bedroom,2 bath, 8 years new,

house roof, large with Fla 2 baths room,, tile all !" bedroom CBS, tile roof, carport, awning windows, air only $1,500 down, $11,500 total. No qualifying.
electric kitchen conditioner stove refrigerator. Best location and seller 1-
garage? '' pays oil( closing costs. $90 MO. CBS DUPLEX.3 bedroom and 1 bedroom,
Drive out to 9120 NW 13th A. '. can be used as 4 bedroom, 2 bath for large family .
Ct. and let me show you YOU'LL LOVE,THIS' SPACIOUS,, HOME! $1,000 down, $8,000 total. No qualifying.
what I mean. Open house This' spotless home hasp large built-in:kitchen, wallto
Sunday, Jan. 14th. 2 p.m. ytil wall carpeting, like new appliances,2.air condition 2 BEAUTIES ON I LOT. 3 bedrooms, Fla room,
5 p.m.Brown. dining room, large, lalo sled porch. REAR HOUSE:
fencedlyardaprinkJer system. FHA price'
.n, drapes, .. ; 1 bedroom apt. plus and }Vi bath. Reason.
Realty _$13 000. $300 down'and 81.46 month. '
able down. $100 per month. $12,500 total. No

4740 NW 7th AVE. PL4-0655 SAMUEL CLEAR $600 DOWN NO QUALIFYINGCBS qualifying.WE .

3 bedrooms, large enclosed front porch, full din. HAVE MANY OTHER GOOD BUYS
ing room, separate garage. Best location,near Shadow-
King Realty, Inc. of Miami 12500.lawn: Elementary School at 82 NW 47th Terr. Full price

Size 8000 NW 7th

ISOUR Ave Modern 4 bedroom, '2 bath CBS, front porch, carport 4260. NW 7th Ave. 758-5551 :
KINGDOM windows wall wall fenced yardNear ,
Miami, FI a. jalousie to carpeting, ,,
33150 schools, shopping, buses$300 down,'$81.46 mo.
Call $13,000 FHA and seller pays your closing costs. Call
: our Opa-locka office, 624-3666 for this bargain.

superb 3 bedroom home for the buyer who is *
looking for the best.Tile roof, jalousie windows, TURIN iU REALTOR
awnings, air conditioned, beautifully landscaped
grounds, rear patio with bar-b-que, sprinkler sys 1906 NW 7th AVE. WS1F PHONE 691-4785
tern. $3,000 down and take over existing FHA

DON'T BE LATE IN '68 mortgage of $13,880, $120 month pays everything. 50 St. & 18th Ave. 3 br., 2 bath CBS, Fla rm..

BUY NOW tile roof, hardwood floors, appliances. FHA
FIND SECURITY WITH INCOME PROPERTIESWe \ $13,300 with $400 down and $82.74 mo.

LITTLE RIVER DRIVE .! ,have a. few 23, 4,..,5, .and' 6.'unjt') apartment
Lovely 4 bedroom, 2 bath, garage, air cond., Fla (::. buf(dings that,you'' lean; ;buy with 'at little as $1,500; CAROL CITY3 br. 2 bath CBS, modern tile
room, screened patio, carpeting, FHA terms. down Live free in ,one apartment and collect in*," kitchen with all appliances including freezer.
.:come I from the othersNo, tape4Move right I in." Large Fla rm., 2 utility rms, carport. $1,000 dn.
SWIMMING POOL DELIGHT '?k ,,sefgia. perf f*.c*":forretlrtd, couples.. '.Co .'t..t.elt t & $122 mo. pays all. No qualifying, no closing
1151 NW 90 STREET costs.

Gorgeous 2 bedroom, Fla room, rugging, appliances WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES-
80th & 17th Ave. 2 br.CBS with Fla.rm .
and Vets $100 down. St. Large
full dining rm, fenced yard. Close to schools,
1189 NW 93rd TERR DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY shopping and bus lines. FHA $10 500 with $350
down and $65.11mo.Sellerpays all closing costs.
2 bedroom doll house. Built-in stove and oven.
7 years new. Vets $100 down. TO BETTER'SERVE YOU FHA DUPLEX Close in. $400 down & $77.61

9015 NW 12 AVENUEWow BRANCH OFFICE IN OPA-LOCKA AT mo. Seller pays all closing costs.

2 bedroom beauty, Fla room, stove, refrig., 16000 NW 27th AVENUEIn
sprinklers, FHA. Don't miss this onel! ( 27th Ave. Shopping Center) CAROL CITY I 4 br. 2 bath, Ig. utility rm.
rugs 624.3666 Open 7 Days! 75x100 lot. $2,000 dn & $82 mo. pays all. Closeto
elementary school. No qualifying. No closingcosts.
935 NW 83 STREETCan .
you believe this? 2 bedroom, carport, stove

refrigerator, painting inside and out; only $11,500vets REALTYBROKER LITTLE RIVER BLVD. Beautiful 2 br.*CBS,
$100 down. Fla room, hardwood floors, wallto wollcarpet I
ulI Tile roof. FHA $450 dn & $86.91 mo. Seller pays
1351 NW 51 TERRACE all closing costs. I,
2 bedroom, Fla room, carpeted, FHA. $100 downto
vets. 4932 NW 7th Ave EAST OF EXPRESSWAY & 47th ST. 3 br. CBS :
Fla rm, dining rm, tile roof, hardwood floors,
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 24 HOUR SERVICE PL 9-4371 l' Large separated utility room can be used as .
,. HOMES FOR AS LITTLE AS $100 DOWNWe another apartment with private bath.FHA $13,000
specialize in homes for persons being displaced 16000 NW 27 Ave with $450 down and $80.82 month.
in Urban Renewal Miami ,
area, Housing
Projects, Veterans. Call to see if you qualify.You're : .v ,1' 6243666Open VETERANS & URBAN RENEWAL $100 DOWN
PIIONE: 691-4785 1906 NW 1th AVE.
only a phone call away. .'
.f'" ,,:,' , Evenings Sundays OPEN 7 DAYS
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1 bedroom unfurn. cottage
and night waitresses b il d day care in my home.
ADS 1558 NW 49th St. Couple only.
wanted. Royal Drivein, 6840 Your child will be given the
Weekly $20. Key next door to "
NW 15th Ave.Housekeeper. best of care. 759-8335. Indef..t'
/15 WORDS OR LESS $1.50. 5C FOR Mrs. Coleman or call Mr.
WORD. 444-6126
Goss or evenings
L t DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS WEDNESDAY NOON wanted for hotel 4482824. I keep children in my home.
call FR 3-9100 before 12 noon 2164 NW 48th Street.
after 12 call PL 4-2857.
General carpentry repairs. Mothers, Mothers, if you are
Two large bedrooms one QUALIFYING 3 bedroom, CBS, carport, tile $10 weekly plus commissionwhile Interior and exterior painting. looking for a clean neat home
bath CBS Wall to wall carpeting $8,750 total for this lovely 2 roof, near transportation and we train you to managean Average house exterior$95. with experienced baby sitter,

wood floors, dining room, bedroom 1 bath CBS. Terms schools, FHA terms, only$300 established territory in Interior $25 per average pick-up and deliver. Call 633-
tiled roof, Jalousie windows, only $750 down, fenced backyard down. $100 vets. No closing either S. W, Miami or N. W. room. Sherwin Williams paint 6607 work days or 6332002or

air-conditioned and heated, lot size 50x124 stove and costs. Drive by 3232 NW 171 Miami areas. No experience included 624-5506 or 624-3417 6332732.

formica cabinets, gas stove, some furnishings this is a Street, then call Fenster Real- necessary, company paid
enclosed front and back steal. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, ty, Broker,759-8779. benefits include family Blue
oversized closed Call anytime 751-2243. Cross, Blue Shield, and major

porches draperies, fruit trees, Open Sunday 3-6 1220NW medical benefits. Paid vacation -
garage, p Vacation bonus. Annual I
4 BED 88th St. 3 .w.
storm shutters, five foot bedroom, 2 bath,CBS cash sales bonus. Liberal dis-
FHA terms
fence, double corner t s, $18,500 only $800 FHA or conventional,carport, ability plan. Opportunity for .
down for this 4bedroom2bathhome
elec- built-in and ..
front sprinkler system, range over, car- advancement. Prefer marriedor
waterheater oil paint on beautiful Little River port. In best area. Our sales-
tric ,
throughout cedar-lined Dr. By appointment only buta men will be on premises. 25-45 serious, with minded high school single man edu-, SUPER SOUL TOP 40
must see Fla. and lots
closets. Low Interest mort- room Fenster Realty Broker, 759-
commitment of extras. A. Ben-Kori,-Real- 8779.. cation or experience equiva-
gage, tor Call lent. Call our area manager, ,
anytime 751-2243.
closing cost. Price $15,500, 857 NW 73rd STREET Bob Foist, for full details at 1. Chain of fools Aretha Franklin
1349 NW
or assume after mortgage 5:30, call $450 DOWN FHA Greatest Bargain! Buy direct FR 1-8497. 2. Looking for a fox Clarence Carter
Street p.m.
38 NO CLOSING COSTS from bank. No qualifying no 3. Back up train Al Green
for appointment 633-2901 535 NW 58th STREET closing costs. Like new, large Live In grandma type. Care 4. Born free HesitationsTimmey
3 custom home oak floors 3 two children $20 week Phone Wiles
2 bedroom 1 Lovely bedroom CBS, air- 5. Mr. Soul Satisfaction
Modern duplex conditioned bedroom, 2 baths Fla. room 379-4832. Jerry Butler
1 bedroom 1 bathon heated, wall to 6. Lost
bath,carport, wall carpets, lovely drapes. full,fence.Low taxes. Must see 7.1 Second the emotion Smokey & Miracles
lot. Tile roof FHA
corner month Atlanticand Beautiful big Fla. room, Al- to appreciate. Call for ap- YEAR ROUND POSITION 8. 0 How it hurts Barbara Mason
$500 down $96 pointment. 235-2958. Porter Handyman, Good Marvin and Tamie
pacific Realtors 666- lapattah Realty, 633-0426. 9. Build my world around you
steady Job for experiencedman.
10. Explosion in your soul Soul Survivors
0411. 3 541 NW44thSTREET Tahiti Motel, 16901 Col-
BEDROOM CBS Greatest in town! lins Ave. Maids 8 hour day plus Fantastic Four
FHA terms $16,200 only $800 Bargin Buy 11. Goddess of love
FHA $450 down and $117 month pays all. direct from bank. No qualifying tips 12. Count the days Inez and Charlie Fox

2 bedroom home Fla room and This is a lovely home 3 bed- No closing costs. Only 1 13. Love reserved for you Robert Wad

den, extra wash bowl, com- room 1 bathdining room gar year old, on themost gorgeous panel makers and packers. 14. Heard thru grapevine Gladys Knight & Pips
air and heat sprinkler street. 3 bedroom 2 baths Keller Industries, 1800 State Linda Jones
plete age and large landscaped yard. 15. Give my love a try
and awnings built in fenced. $99 month. Call Rd. 9, Miami. (Jan. 19)) The Drifters
system Just right for the New Year, per 16. Still burning in my heart
dishwasher.Call 944-0724 or In beautiful Little River Dr. 235-2958 for appointment. 17. Two little kids Peaches and Herb

693-4074. 865 NW 83rd Ter. area. Spotless A. Ben-Kori, FOR RENT 18. Hey boy Ruby Andrews

Realtor, 612 NW 60th St. Call Jewelry store and watch re- Room. Nice Christian couple. 19. I'll be sweeter tomorrow The O'Jays
Starting Jan. 15 new FHA way- anytime 751-2243. pair. Same location since 1946 691-7543 after 6 p.m. 20. Got a thing for you baby Mr. Perculator

up buying like new, recondi- Will sacrifice Illness. Call

tioned home. For details call 541 NW 44th STREET 379-6814 ((8 to 5)) 1 bedroom furn. apt. 563 NW 21. Stop Howard Tate

Mr. Archer Robin Realty Greatest buy in town! Only 1 56th St. $18.50 week. 22. Soul girl Jeanne & Darlings
Broker 221-5481. year old- on gorgeous street 23. I Do Ben and Spence
$99.00 per month. 3 bedroom $8,750 total for this lovely 2 1775 NW 84th st. unfurn. 2 bedroom 24 Don't wat to leave you darling Jeb Stuart

CBS duplex, 2 bedroom den 2 baths. Drive buy and then bedroom 1 bath CBS. Terms $100 plus security. Go' 25. Without love Oscar Toney Jr.

plus one bedroom apt. Income call 235-2958 for appointment.Indef. only $750 down $65 mo. fenc- see, then call owner. 6813831of 26. A Man needs a woman James Carr
80 plus vacant 2 bedrooms and ed back yard lot size 50 x 124 681-8401. Can sell to responsible 27. Sippen a cup of coffee The Ordells

apt. $145 month carries all. stove and some furnishingsthis party. 28. Do unto me James & Bobby Purify

Owner will give it without 857 NW 73rd STREET is a steal. A. Ben-Kori, 29. I wish it would rain Temptations
Realtor Call 751-
qualifying $450 down, $145 Greatest buy in town! Only 1 2243. anytime, House. 3)41 NW 69thSt. Large 30. You Marvin Gaye

month minus $80 leaves $65 year old- on gorgeous street 2 bedroom, CBS home unfurn.

for all. 2387 NW 80th Street. $90.00 per month. 3 bedrooms 4 $27 weekly immediate occu- 31. Need a woman of my own Tommey Hunt
3746473. 2 baths. Drive by and then call pancy. Call Mr. Gross, 444- 32. Baby fm crazy about you Magnificent Men
$18,600 only $900 6126 or Evenings HI 8-2824. 33. Gogo Annie Little John Bowie
235-2958 for .
down for this 4 bedroom 2 bath
CBS large 2 bedroom plus kit- 34. Be ever wonderful Joe Hinton
chen and dining area.Carport, home on beautiful Little River Modern furnished room with 35. Cry on my shoulder Phil Flowers

$275 down, $30 week noquali- Dr. By appointment only buta all conviences Including cook- 36. Dance to the music Sly & Family Stone
fying. Owner 374-6473. pretty 3 bedroom, 1 bath CBS, must see, and lots ing. Men only. Call 754-1452. 37. Johnny comes marching home Richad Barbary

tile roof, hardwood floor. of extras. A. Ben-Kori, Real- 38. Do right man Little Beaver
fenced corner lot FHA. tor, call anytime 751-2243. Room. Middle men only. Margie Joseph
House. Anyone can buy. 3 bed- age 39. Why does a man have to
room, 2 bath, Fla. room, recently $13,000, $400 down, $80 mo. FOR RENT Preferrable those work dur- 40. Baby must be a magician MarvellettsPICK
veterans or displaced persons ing day. Reasonable rent.Call
painted. Awning win- Large 1 bedroom duplex with
Atlantic and Pacific -
dows, tile floors,$13,300 FHA $100 down. Fla. room, unfurnished except 759-3360. HIT

terms, $350 down. One mortgage Realtors 666-0411. stove and refrigerator. $22 ..." .
$100 month pays all. Phil week. Adults only. 754-6277 Nicely turn efficiency. 1756 MalayishaPICK >,,,.-.r.;,<:'I;. Miriam Makeba

Perry, Realty,Realtors,377- between 10 to 6 p.m. NW 85th St. ISNT' HIT "
Brand new fine quality 3 bedroom -
2 bath home. North of The Goat ': F. ScottKinfolk
Room Private home. 2347 NW additions remodeling '.
98th STREET 23rd AVENUE expressway on open lot, at 65th St. Ph. 696-8345. (Indef) alterations commercial WINNERFlora

3 bedroom 1 bath workshop on 4015 NW 24th Avenue. Phone industrial residential. Free

large lot. Low low downpay- builder, PL 1-3604. Indef. Nice unfurn. house. Good location estimates. Allied Builders Brown 1,4,8,10,17,16,3,7,5,13

ment $70 month pays all Phil city water,no children. 446-3288. 1622 NW 2nd Ave. .,,': :.

Perry, Realty Realtors, 377- No closing cost. Fine home for $20 NE 5-5566. RecordsEach
Paradise Island Casino Win Cash
large family. bedroom, extra
0587. Feb. 2. large Florida room. May be 1 bedroom not turn newly dec- opened December 20, a week
after the formal opening of the
orated couple only. $80
used as 4th bedroom enclosed week you can win prizes by selecting the rec-
2367 NW 93rd STREET front porch, 1 bath CBS, til $22.50 week vicinity 43rd adjoining nine-story Paradise ords you think will be next week's Super Soul Top Ten
$400 down, CBS, lovely 2bed- roof hardwood floor, wall eSt.. and 24th Ave.NW 691-4668 Island Hotel and Vii 1 a R. in the correct order. Just fill in the coupon below or

room, oak floors, huge lot, 35 wall carpet, fenced FHA$14- use your own form. Mail your selection to Super Soul

feet. & Owner 693- 000, $450 down$86 month Vetsor Top Ten Contest, c/0 WMBM, 814 First St., Miami

2631. displaced persons $100 Beach, Fla., 33139.
down. Phone now before it is SpecialsDRIVE Entries must be received on the Monday before the

737 NW 47th TERRACECBS too late. Atlantic and pacific new list is published in The Miami Times. The entry

3 bedroom, porch, huge Realtors 666-0411. ,closest to the actual top ten wins.Decision of the Judgesis

rooms, garage, best location. final. In case of ties winner will be selected by ran-
$600 down. Owner 693-2631. BY OUR OFFICE TO SEE dom selection.

FORT LAUDERDALE THE FOLLOWING PROPERTIES First prize is $5.00 in cash and a copy of each of the

FHA Terms total $14,000 only Magnificent new home, 3 bed- Soul Ten Record and a guest
((1)) $300 down FHA, nice CBS home, Fla room, new Super Top appearanceon
$450 down and $103 all 2 tiled baths, terrazzo win of the
pays room, plus screened Fla porchtile roof, fenced yd. WMBM Next three runners-up a copy
for this beautiful very large 2 floors, finished garage,par number one record.

bedroom 1 bath CBS with lots tial air-condition and heated. ((2)) CBS home. Very clean. Only 1 bedroom, but ------------
of extras a must see in best Custom-built cabinets and has large Fla room and all rooms are extra -------------

area. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, built-in stove. Low cash down large. FHA terms. Super Soul Coupon No.1.3e

612 NW 60th St. Call anytime payment Phone Miami 371- ((3)) 3 bedroom, 2 bath plus efficiency apt. $10,500
7512243. 2675 or 864-0854. (Indef.)
total. Take some cash.
following are my selections for Super Soul Top Ten

BEAUTIFULINCOME several 2 and 3 bed- ((4)) No qualifying. $1150 down. Nice CBS home,

FHA Terms $16,500 only$600 We room have homes in good areas at near 46th St. and 5th Ave. Only 1 mortgage. 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 9 10

down and $120 month pays all, low down payment to qualify $89 month pays everything.WE .

live rent free. This Is abeauty buyers a call to Fenster Real- HAVE OTHER HOMES & DUPLEXES

three bedroom 2 bath one ty will get you located. 759- OPEN ALL DAY EVERYDAY ...
has a private entrance for rentor 8779. .. L. .
live in this beautiful home Name

with large family drive by 3 bedroom, 1 bath CBS, FHA ,,EDISON 1 REALTY,. Realtors '
9553 NW 26 Ave, then call me terms. Only $13,000. We have Address

to see. Don't miss this A. key. Drive by 15545 NW 27th :. 1ZS:' IS I: : IM, & 1142441: "' .
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