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Vol. 45, No. 22 MIAMI, FLORID, FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 1968 28 PAGES 154




Eartha Denies Shouting.... At Lady- Bird

Super star Eartha Kitt of international the circumstances that we had guests and the press repre- make our streets safer."
fame in drama, been hiding our heads in the sentatives had already left the "But as a citizen of mj
songs, 'and an author, too, sand, that we hadn't got to the room when she spoke with the country n. and thank heavens ;
denies that she shouted when core of,the problem of juve- President's wife; that there there is a country left that has
she spoke with Mrs.Lady Bird nile delinquency. Reality was was absolutely yelling by the guts 'to let its people say
Johnson at a White House being overlooked. her.Said what they think -- as'an actress -
luncheon last week. Miss Kitt's remarks,she Miss Kitt,"We were all a Negro, whoever'fam
said, was completely spontaneous women at the luncheon and I entitled to my opinion, par-
Asked Miss Kitt "How
can and not premeditated.She thought that we were all wo ticularly when it is asked of
the truth be construed rude-
as
said that almost all of theN men-doers discussing how to me."
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Miss Kitt said in an inter-
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f view in Los Angeles this week

that the telegrams, telephone
calls, and letters she received -
,'. ., since the White House inci-
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,.:".'0 ing the remarks that received
wide publicity.
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,Sammy Davis Warns L'Deltas



Conditions OfNearoes
Better '

Cite Outstanding WomenSeveral .

Or Face Riots .,
outstanding women ion was Soror Dorothy Orr, a it our responsibility to contri-
.. were recently presented with prominent community woman bute our best in the realization -
.' :\ .wouldn't': have done it," pointed, too, in Adam He citations for outstanding ser- from Fort, Lauderdale, Fla. ,of these potentials.
the Davis 'in reference to should have come back and vice to the community-at the Recipients citations for t

,, tainer, 's remarks.' "It. is taken the chances insteM..pf Miami, I Alumnae, ghapterofDelta : ,4.'Soror Orr emphasized thecontributions outstanding community, ser- ;
4_ day that ( tlonable' whether iijraci staying ,in B1n ii1l. We heed"Adam Sigma Theta's 55tn'ahnual that women have vfce'were. : Mrs Ida Bell Jackson -
.,' or time for Eartha 'Clayton Powell in Har 'Founders':/ Dayobser-, made in the past, presently, Mosely; Mrs. M. Athalle
that ve spoken her mind. But: lem." vance. and will make in the future to Ranger; 'Mrs. Charlotte Ford;
ghettoes an emotional person and.i, Davis spoke also of his visits The theme for this year's making our society one- of Mrs. Dana Dorsey Chapmon;
ditions, spoke from the depth of her to Watts, in Los Angeles, program was: "Women Con- which we can surely be proud. Miss Olive B,Alexander; Mrs.
will ." and he said, "The cats are fronting the Future, the Pro- According to Soror Orr, the Linnie Fannin; Mrs Carrie B.
pared ; J>. J tired of listening to promises. mise, and the Potential." The future holds many potentials, Anderson and Mrs. Irene
They want a concrete programto guest speaker for this occas- and we as women, should feel Straughter.
end their life in the ghettoes.
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The Instead of taking away funds

be arious as 5 from the programs that would Gregory Ends Fast Starts His
luncheon."I' help them, the big man in the ,
press the White House should be doing
more and giving more."
ing Beach to, Continued Davis,"Itell you, Campaign For U.S. Presidency
I'm' scared. I hate to think of -
what is going to happen this
The summer" ChicagoComedian Dick ly found acidtone in the come- nals." Gregory went much
ended his self-im- further in his effort to drarri-:
mer, Returning to the Eartha Kitt Gregory dian's blood and immediately -
the affair, he said, "As I said, I posed fast at the stroke of mid- warned him to stop the fast tize the futility of administering -
Kitt and would not have done it. I don't night heralding the year 1968 because he was "approachingthe "instant" democracy to
He said said that during his think. But then Pve never been and immediatelybegantormu- point of no return." When the people of Vietnam:! ,
sonality to Harlem he was dis- invited to the White House. lating plans for the coming others embarked on similar Formal pressconferencesare
to find that the peo- Maybe they don't trust me. presidential election in whichhe feats, the medic said, they remained being planned for various
prised longer had the same re- Then again I might burst out will run as an independentpeace in one place under a parts of the country to announce -
Bird for Adam Clayton Powell, into ten minutes of"The Birthof candidate. physician's care. Gregory the official opening of
licized Davis, "I am dlsap- the Blues." Gregory, who began his fast kept speaking engagements in Gregory's Presidential campaign -
officially Thanksgiving Day, 26 cities. the comedian said. A
held out for 40 days inprotestof The anxious doctor also national covention is plannedfor
the Southeast Asian conflict. stated; "Whenever a person Chicago at the same time
Florida Interracial Powell Foe Observers have estimated that survives a fast for 30 days,we the Democratic National Con-
Gregory's civil rights activi- write them up in medical jour- vention will be held.
ties have cost him somewherein
Asks $1 the neighborhood of $200- .. ,. ,
Marriage Ban Ends 000 per year in lost night club ,'.:.


The F. Blanton refused to issue Million Mora bookings.Many sympathizers feared
for the comedian's life duringthe
license last
banned a marriage
I last days of his fast because -
Negroes ., The New York Supreme
eliminated, Florida's Attorney General Court has been asked by the of the tremendous : 4 v
Faircloth had been asked amount of weight he had lost.
preme C lawyer of Mrs. Esther James,
struck rule on the interracial ban, who won a$56,000 suit) against He dropped from 158 pounds to
in the he refused to do so, even Adam Clayton Powell in a defamation 105 and his gaunt appearance
racial the light of a Virginia case suit, for an additional alarmed close friends who felt
In a 5-2 which the U. S, Supreme $1 million to assess other he was near death.
had decided that inter- "damages.;' Dr. Charles Lee Williams,
highest who examined Gregory at
ban unconstitu-
cision in was
man who CountyCourtJudg@W The additional amount periodic intervals, reportedThe -

white w 0 In a one-paragraph opinion, sought from Powell involves
Dade state's Supreme Court in both punitive and compensa-
marr this decision said that tory damages resulting from state's highest tribunalthe
couple to ruling was being made be- the fight to get the $56,000, Court of Appeals, grantedMrs.
This "State Statutes pro- said Attorney Raymond Rubin. James the right "to reopen
Cora median Dick Gregory prepares to take his first meal
befor the interracial marriages the In que s t after another -
last Novem prescribing penalties for Mrs. James won the judg- court turned down a judg- after a 40-day fast,, in protest of the Vietnam war His meal
plaint was violation . have been ment against Powell after he ment against Powell for$500- consisted of a liquid blend of herbs and spices and was takenat
Hook Invalid by the United called her a "bag woman" or 000 in compensatory damagesand the stroke of midnight heralding the New year' .Pboto. Dale
after Dade Supreme Court." graft collector for police. $75,000 in fees, Associates.,



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I'. rII -.. AndAntiPoverty
School Desegregation


/ Programs Is ThemeOf



Conference

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Melbourne -- School desegregation counties, as well as govern- rector of me -Florida state
and anti-poverty ment officials 1 at Federal, NAACP, St. Petersburg, will
programs in the Greater State, and local levels, have join the three speakers as i
Tampa-St. Petersburg area been invited to participate in discussant intheworksho]
will be discussed at a day-long the conference. School of session.
conference sponsored by the facials and anti-poverty pro-
Florida State Advisory Com- gra m administrative staffs
mittee to the U.S.Commissionon have also been invited. I
Civil Rights at the University Registration for the con-
of South Florida in Tampaon ference will begin at 9 a.m. in

I ,v ,ti': 1.i:9jfl \ \ announced.Ted Saturday. Jan. 27, it was the ministrationBuilding.University Business School Ad-

desegregation will be discus-
: Nichols of Melbourne, sed at the morning plenary
the newly appointed chairmanof session from 9:45: a.m to
the Florida Committee,an- 10:30 a.m. and anti-poverty

r I/I Vluc\\ )1 nounced session that would the begin first plenary at 9:30: programs at the afternoon will be considered plenary,- JNSTANttRE IJ '2'IA'.

a.m. Nichols, equal employment 1:45: p.m. to 2:40 p.m. Work- You MMS Inn *$ '
administrator of the
shops will follow each plenary

r14\* %%%% Support Bendix Corporation's Division at Cape Launch Ken- meeting.Speaking on school desegre- 3 ROOMS NEWFURNITURE

nedy, is a member of the Mel- gation in the morning will be
':e. vN1'w.1 :. LMr
r--/ bourne City Commission..
.f & Samuel Younge,Deputy Director -
Hale G. Lewis of Gainesville, Civil Rights Division,De-
:: a professor at the Universityof partment of Health, Educationand DIRECT FROM 1 1i WAREHODSt!

Florida, is the immediate Welfare, Atlanta, Ga.;
I4dt past chah man of the Committee. Francisco Rodriguez, attor-

ney and school desegregation (test if *rt..M M, CM**}pc.ft.MC .-
t1j "Representatives of the specialist, Tampa, and Dr. fM Jrt kdMfcs fa;fm|MM ctv.J toMB -
iii,'., Spe. *tt i? KttaMR.fet.*bMt ft 4
Federal Government will explain G. chairman Edu- " '
; f,,'\O M. Leggett, '"
''r.:Y:. ::; regulations and policiesof cation Committee, St.Peters-
) their agencies as they relate Branch of the
:. burg NAACP. / 1
:tJ: ; to non-discrimination in Marvin Davies, Executive Di-
. ; : ;? the school desegregation and
anti-poverty programs," FIEEKUVQlf II
Nichols s a I d. "Representatives MIAMI TIMESADS' FREE JTIMtt Till HCEKi!
JACKIE AND WILLIE TURN TO GOLF .
of private agencies will MT T IN* SEMJUTUT!
Hall of Famer Jackie Robinson and Superstar Willie Mays aregreeted by American give their assessments of progress : S._______
I Airlines stewardess Tina Anderson at Tee Party announcing the 2nd Annual and the problems which -J-
Astrojet Golf Classic, February J5-78, San Diego, Calif. sponsored by American are being encountered locallyin CREST
\irlines. The Astrojet Golf Classic features baseball and football players. these programs." ..BRINGRESULIS
Nichols said that represen- FURNITURE
tatives of civil rights and com
President's Lacks munity organizations Hills-
Message
borough, Plnellas, and Polk iRiKf nt)M H MI.mwui INI tn
i, fUtUffrilSMtJWIIHfUKMM

Sense Of Urgency WilkinsNew i

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YorK. The brief tively speakIng Is far out Ifor suppression of crime. It '
reference to civil rights legislation front of the Congress, but yet was the most prolonged and
in President Johnson's not as far as the situation calls loudest applause of the whole BLACK POWE'RIYou !
State of the Union message was for on the civil rights front. speech, and got actual cheers.
"not consonant with the urgency He makes gestures in the direction This is the kind of thing that
and the dimensions of and I think he's on the disturbs greatly the Negro
the problems that face us," road, but thesituationre- population America because
Roy Wilkins, executive direc- quires more than being Just on the mood of the country is for said it baby!
tor of the National Associa- the road." suppression, for mistreat-
tion for the Advancement of ment of Negroes, for rigid
Colored People, said here He also expressed himselfas control, rather than for an attack -
Wednesday, Jan. 17. being "disturbed by the on the basic problems that
Congress' reaction to the callin have produced the rioting."
Mr. Wilkins' commentswere Dade County's 200,000 Negro
made on an NBC network

television program Immediately New Officers Chart Course
following the Presi- Population Packs $160,000,000
dent's message. He wad one of

a comment number on of experts various asked aspectsof to for Frontiers International worth of purchasing Power

President Johnson'sad-
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nation.In tion officer, Juvenile and Domestic ,If 1','',': Annually. .
Relations Court, as- '1'
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response aquestionbyNBC sumes his part as president of ;
newsman Edwin Newman, the Miami Club Frontiers International -
Mr. Wilkins said that"al- with promises of a Call it Black Power or Green
though we understand the m 0 productive year. The I
pressures that he was under executive committee composed Power
and the mood of the country, of all elected officers and but its Still the Stuff that
to which he undoubtedly re- two members at large,met on
sponded, I think the President January 13, to suggest a bud- Makes the cash register jingle.ARE .
made an accommodation to an get for both program andpro- ,
election year, not consonantwith jects. Those in attendancewere
the urgency and dimen- : Daniel Johnson, first ,
sions of the problems that faceus vice president; Charles C.
on this front." North, second vice president; YOU GETTING YOUR SHARE OF
Vernon A.Jackson,secretary;
The NAACP leader expressed Oscar W. Weaver, treasurer; ROBERT GABRIEL
himself as disturbed by .Ernest N. Taylor, andS. J. DADE COUNTY'S NEGRO MARKET?
"the absolute dead silence that Ramsey.The Tuesday, special events or social
greeted his (the President's) club has adopted as a activities will be planned.The .
reference to the civil rigtts format weekly meetings, with club decided to expandits 1 tad 9t. .
cause and the civil i rights the first and third meetings of membership to twnety-five 0 i9t.
measures before the Con- the month designated as busi- which i Is the constitutionallimit. \/ Sell 9t.
gress, incontrast to the applause ness meetings and the second Committee chairmen .
for example, for even and fourth meetings for edu- have been named and the ten-
the redwoods, beautificationand cational and civic programs. tative program submitted for
LSD." The silence was also Whenever there Is a fifth club approval.
in sharp contrast with the r a. F],
applause I that has greeted a
call for enactment of civil .
rights laws in earlier State of MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE
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I $2.1 BILLION FOR JOBS PROGRAM I



," A $2.1 billion manpower program was proposed to Congress A new "cooperative Area Manpower Planning System" Only the normal cost of training an ordinary worker will be
Tuesday by President Johnson. It aims at providing jobs for (STAMPS) will be established to link federal, state and local paid by the company. All or most of the extra expense involved -
half a million hardcore unemployed men and women in the manpower and employment services. in hiring formerly hopeless cases will be paid by the gov-
slums of the country's largest cities. The government will work through "CAMPS" identify ernment.
and locate the 500,000 men and women in the 50 cities. The It is estimated that these extra costs will average $3,500 a
The program will be called"JOBS"-- standing for Job Opportunities -
in the Business Sector. It will cost $350 million Labor Department has already collected the names and man. They may include special bus service to bring slum dwel-
addresses of of them. lers to factory sites health services
200,000 literacy courses, per-
next year and about five times that amount by 1971.
sonal counseling.
Most of them are Negroes of Puerto Ricans,teenagers with
I- Headed by lienery Ford n, a National Alliance of Businessmen police record or little education, older men without skills, or The government hopes to put 100,000 hard-core unemployedon
), will prod company executives in the 50 largest cities to mothers of fatherless children. private payrolls this way by June, 1969,the President said
Join in the program"in their economic self-interest." The alliance Tuesday. The goal is 500,000 for the summer of 1971
workers to the em-
After the government brings prospective
will consist of a leading businessman from each of the ployers Identified by the business alliance, the company President Johnson told reporters on Tuesday he thinks it
50 cities, plus a 15-man executive board.A will put the workers on the payroll and train them--not onlyin is better for people to work in private industry than to create

contract will be signed with the government by each com- Job skills,but in such basics as reading, grooming and punc- government "makework" projects.
pany taking part in the program, agreeing to hire and trail i tualify. If the worker measures up to the company's standard U the private approach does not work, he warned, the
certain number of jobless workers in certain skills. after training, he is offered a regular job. government job program may be necessary.



I 84,000 Voters May Be PurgedSome EI '

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84,000 purge noticesare Beach City Halls on Fridays. six months in Dade County I
being mailed to Dade These offices will be open 9 persons changing addressed -
County voters who have not a.m. to 5 p.m. between the April 6
voted in county elections dur- Residents who recently deadline and the primariesmay
ing the last two years. reached the age of 21, or who vote in their last pre- ,
County Elections Supervisor for other reasons now are eli vious precinct. The polls will
Martin Braterman said gible to vote, may register at be reopen Monday, June 3
that in order to vote in the May the same times and places. 1M
7 and May 28 primaries,these Basic eligibility require- Braterman urged voters to 14L
citizens must be re-instated ments are U.S.citizenship,21 make the necessary changesas
before 5 p.m. Saturday, April years of age, one year's residence soon as possible, to avoid
6. in Florida and the last the last-minute rush.

The May primaries will Includes -
races for the County $

House Commission of ,Representatives U.S. Senate and, Youths Get Stiff e. t

State Legislature, judgeshipsand
state and county offices. Sentences In AssaultA
Changes of name can be
made only in at the
person,
14 year old girl who gave three years.
Elections Division offfice on
birth to a baby as a result of
John Adams of 1400 Jefferson -
of the Metro
the first floor
being raped by one of the four who William P. Bundy, right, Assistant Secretary of State
the
Street was only one
Justice 1351 NW 12th
Building, youths received some form of had pleaded guilty to the rape Families of the four boys for East Asian and Pacific Affairs, who was featured
Street and at other designated
solace on Wednesday when the charge. The others pleaded to broke down and wept after the speaker at the Florida Conference on U. S. Foreign
places. The office is 8:30
open four received severe sen- the lesser charges of assault Judge had passed sentences. Policy, is greeted at the DuPont Plaza hotel by Rev.
to 5
Monday through
a.m.Friday. Address p.m. changes tences from Circuit Court with intent to commit rape, They begged the Judge for Edward T. Graham, left, chairman of the Board.of Trus-
should be sent to the Elections Judge Francis X. Knuck who thus receiving shorter prison their mercy and for leniency for tees Florida Memorial College and Dade County Mayor -
respective sons. judge
sentenced them to serve terms. Chuck Hall.
Division. prison terms, one of them, 30 Knuck said, "The mother of
judge Knuck ordered (Uhat
Several city balls will be the victim prevailed upon the
years. all four be given credit on their
open to accommodate subur- court not to give the boy that
All Richmond Heights area sentences for the time they had OUR CLASSIFIED ADS
ban residents. Voters
may go pleaded guilty the maximum of
residents John Adamsre-
spent in Dade County Jail since
to Hialeah City Hall on Tues- life in prison."
days, Miami Beach City Hallon ceived the 30-year sentence; their arrest shortly after the IRING RESULTSFOR
Wednesdays, North Miami Theadore Pendergrass, 12 crime in January 1967 in
James E. Lenard 10 Pinkston Park Richmond -
years; ,
City Hall on Thursdays, and
Coral Gables andNorth Miami years; and Donald Robinson, Heights. THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMMODATIONSAT

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free," furnished and air conditioned foryour comfort and enjoyment. .

:'i i Attending the NAACP Annual Fellowship Dinner, Jan. 7, were left to right: A public relations department to assist with problems.
director Davis Jr. chairman National Life Membership you your
Roy Wilkins executive ; Sammy -
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"7Y To Be EqualBy ....

Whitney Young, Jr. ""
By Booker T. Hayes < \ ';
Office 6530NW 15th Ave., Miami, Flo. 33147-Phon.t! 6910421H. .f Executive Director It
National Urban League
E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher t EARTHA'S BOO BOO
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor
STANLEY I. SWEETING, Theatrical Editor Can Create This revival of race pride we find among Negroes seemst
Business
o be in the words of the Indian, "powerful medicine." Even
National Advertising Representative the turncoats are beginning to return to the fold, but none of
Amalgamated Publishers, Inc. Job EqualityI the others have been bitter enough create the Boo-Boo committed
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310 Madison Avenue New York, N. Y. 10017 develop- Eartha Kitt in her white house confirmation
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association have often said that one of the more encouraging by with the
2400 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, III. 60616 ments in recent mediates been the determination of the busi- president and his lady. We expect certain acceptable forms of
ness lenders of America to tackle problems of slums and un- conduct from invited guest, when guest fail to act according to
SUBSCRIPTION RATES all America have made new et- acceptably standards the host is within his or her right to ask
over
ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 employment. Companies
forts to hire and upgrade Negro employees, and some ire put- the offender to leave. My opinion Is that Miss Kitt should have
Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post ting new emphasis on locating plants in the ghetto. been shown the exit. If she were any ordinary Joe citizen, I
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 And they are willing to break with tradition too. In Detroit, could better understand her actions, but she happens to have

"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"The for example, the big automakers threw out their tests and com been a well-thought-of singer and actress who only needs to
NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead plicated hiring procedurs. They went right into the ghetto to invite the pre s s to be sure of nation-wide coverage if her

the every world man from regardless racial and of national his race antagonism, creed or color when his It accordsto human recruit thousands wokers. Many people scoffed, saying that feelings were of this nature concerning the Vietnam war, thenI
and legal 'rights. Hating no man, fearing no man-'the Negro Negroes didn't want to work. But when the improvished hir- think she should have refused the invitation and made public
Press strives to help every man in the firm belief that all men ing stores opened, they found thousands waiting on line for a her reasons. We don't accept an Individuals hospitality and
are hurt as long as anyone Is held back.He commence to isult them.

job.But emphasis on hiring unemployed workers is just one way How does Miss Kitt believe she has accquiredthe ability too
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:! Editor's l1tebol1h business can relieve the job problem. We !have to turn t speak for the Negro? The struggle has not just begun, where
Dallas, Texas, to see another way in which a large companycan has she been?I know,and I'm sure you know, where she's been.
have an impact for greater than its own limited ability to She's been acting as an advance guard, and Intelligence agent
EARTHA KITT'S INCIDENTYe create new jobs. while pretending tohave deserted her kind. Having completedher

Editor was pleased to learn that hundreds of citizens Stanley Marcus is president of the famous department store, assignment, she has returned with all the answers only a
have sent letters to our First Lady, Mrs. Lyndon Johnson, ex- Neiman-Marcus, which caters to a quality trade. All it had to super-spy could obtain. It appears the wounds received while
pressing their indignation over the action of the well-known 'do was to hire a few Negro clerks, and few people would expect getting this information has left our super agent in a fighting
singer, Eartha Kltt, who insulted Mrs. Johnson at a luncheonin 1 much more from them. mood. Like our friend Adam, she seems to be looking- for back-
the White House where she happened to be among the guests. But I've known Stanley Marcus for years and he's just not ers. This outburst of Eartha's strickes me kinda funny Tve
Not only did she Insult Mrs. Johnson, but the President of the the kind of man who settles for token efforts. He has been con- read of her giving benefits for Isreal, but I've never heard of
nation was also insulted. cerned with the growing urban crisis, and the terrible toll un- her giving a benefit for say the Negro College Fund. Until recently -
Such action from people we deem Intelligent is deplorable 'employment takes on Negro families, He decided to do some- She could not be identified with the Negroes struggle.
and inexcusable.It was the lowest kind of bad taste, considering thing about it, and what his company has done should serve as Could this have possibly been a factor in her recent divorce?
that Miss Kitt was a guest. a model for every business in America. The absence of comment by our accepted Negro leaders
It's pleasant to know that Republicans too joined in expres- Every company which sells goods to the NeimanMarcusstores : seems to offer an of acceptance of this outrageous behavior.No .
sing their regrets. Why shouldn't they? Was this not an insultto got a New year's letter from Mr. Marcus. It told them one in his right mind would condone this type of conduct.
the nation? that the business community has to assume a greater degreeof Even if statements made by Miss Kitt were factual, the man-
Naturally, there are those who see only a matter of free responsibility for urban problems and that the federal gov- ner in which they were presented has tken precedent over
speech in what Eartha Kitt said. That is a matter of opinion.We ernment requires every company it deals with to be an equal the facts. The one thing even our leaders seem unaware of is
had a very high opinion of Eartha, especially as an enter- opportunity employer. He said that a private company can do that along with the new pride shown by Negroes goes the ability
tainer, but in our opinion she has let us down, and among our no less, and that special efforts must be made to create jobs to express themselves. They don't need spokesman as their
policies is this one; for minority group members. And then the suppliers of Nei- forefathers before them, and the younger the Negro, the more
We cannot be silent; we must use our freedom of speech as man-Marcus read the following: outspoken he or she is. The older people look upon this atti-
we interpret any matter brought to our attention. We there- "We shall, in our purchasing activities, look with favor upon tude as arrogance, but the authorities call it self-expression.
fore, feel that in this case anapology would be in order.The those companies which are taking positive steps toward employing
Miami Times commends or will criticize regardless of race, and training people of minority groups. . In the futurewe
color or creed. This, in our opinion, is freedom of speech. would rather do business with a company which is activelyand end the whole problem of unemployment overnight. If Ameri-
"Good manners ," said Locke,are the blossoms of good sincerely pursuing a policy of equal opportunity, than to ca's top corporations each agreed to hire and train 500 unemployed -
sense and (good feeling. People may become tired of a hand- continue to do business with one which is not." workers, unemployment would be a thing of the past.
some face,but good manners never tire." Every big company should adopt'Ithis polio. Mr. Marcus'
letter will pay off in hundreds of jobs for Negro citizens who The problem has to be tackled on'that scale.. We can't affordto
Ye Editor spent last weekend in Nassau, Bahamas,attendingthe have been frozen out of the job market by the prejudice and think small about big problems. Men like Mr. Marcus and
Midwinter Workshop of the Negro Publishers.Association. indifference of employers.The Mr. Lazarus and others are telling it like it Is. I hope that
Naturally, Manager Editor Garth Reeves was present,accompanied same week that Neiman-Marcus'policy was announced, other businessmen show the same forthright leadership and
by his sister, Columnist Clarice Littles. So Ye Editor Charles Y. Lazarus of the Federated Department Stores chain responsibility.
will leave coverage of the meeting to them.In delivered a ringing affirmation of equal opportunity to a meet-
fact, travelling with my nephew, Charles North, of North's Ing of retail industry.He .
Travel Bureau, we are always kept busy with travel business told them that the day is ended for "any capitalists naive
and otherwise. North and I were guests at the Anchorage Hotel, enough to think they can scoop profits out of a city without reinvesting Phil Ossofer"SWEET
West Bay Street. Was pleased to see brother Cleveland and very substantially in that city's own health and eco-
his wife, Andrea. We had the opportunity of breakfasting to- nomic growth." He said that business will have to recruit, hire
gether.On. and train, people it previously considered "unemployable" ARE THE USES OF ADVERSITY"Sweet

Sunday morning Ye Editor was guest preacher at St. This is the kind of new thinking that is becoming typical of
George's Church, the Rev. Canon Colllngwood Cooper, rector. advanced business leaders today.They are concerned about the are the uses of adversity My experiences remind me
Canon Cooper is doing a marvelous work at St. George's. city and the future of our country,and they are anxious to meet ." The seeker of truth, of an analogy revealed by
Adjoining the church is a two-storey building for parish hall, their responsibilities. in his search for knowledge, B a h a' u' 11ah, Founder of
which is well underway to completion. I hope their views will spread to the other compinies. There treads a rocky path. In this the Baha'i Faith, in which is
Nassau is bubbling over with tourists. As our airship en- are still some businesses who hire a few Negro factory hands path he suffers injustice with recorded the tale of a lover
tered we counted five others on the way. Shopping centers are and expect us to tell them how wonderful they are. But they patience and returns love for seeking his beloved. In his
crowded. Taxi drivers tell us, "Yes,we never had it so good." really aren't doing much, especially when one considers the hate. Christ was the perfect seeking, as he was approachIng -
The Nassau Guardian, Nassau's oldest newspaper, has enormous power they have to mike things move faster. example for such a life. the market place one night,
merged with the Bahamas Observer and is now "The Nassau Tokenism should breed shame, not pride.And business could In my own experience,twiceI a watchman suddenly began to
Guardian and Bahamas Observer." The Nassau Guardian was have had supervisors who follow him He broke intoa
established 124 years ago. The Observer is practically a newcomer dealt harshly with me. I foundit run, and other watchmen
ister. "The audience enjoys it, too, especially when they give most difficult to work with came together and barred
the new shouts." them but I continued on; not every path. He thought, "Sure-
OUR NEW SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENTDr. because I was patient, but be- ly, this watchman is the angelof
RAISE TAXES, CUT SPENDINGWe cause I needed the job. Per- death, or a tyrant among
Joe Hall has retired as superintendent of Dade County haps in the time patience creptin men, coming to harm me."
Schools after 11 years of service. This information was car- continue to believe that a special surcharge on personaland because it became a necessity He came to a high wall and
ried in our issue January 12.A salute was given to Dr. Hall business income urgent and desirable.A ballooning bud- in order for me to con- forcefully but painfully managed -
in that issue. get deficit, the gathering forces of inflation, the desirability tinue working under these conditions to scale it, desperately
This week the Miami Times salutes the new superintendentDr. of bringing homo the cost of the war in Vietnam, these and throwing himself down into the
E. L. Whigham, who was sworn in as Dade's new super- other considerations are strong arguments for such a sur- Now I look back with compassion garden on the other side.
intendent of Schools on January 17, and wishes for him a suc- charge. We therefore urge; Congress to meet President John- for these two super- There he beheld his beloved
cessful career in his new office. son's request for this special temporary tax rise. visors who, I thought,had mis- with a lamp in her hand,
He has served the school system as deputy superintendent, At the same time, we are not unhappy to see Congress put- treated me. I have discoveredthat searching for a ring she
which should add to his qualification.He promises to strive to ting mounting pressure on the White House for substantial their treatment made me had lost. Gazing upon his beloved -
provide for us the leadership expected and deserved, and invites spending cuts before voting the surcharge. The refusal of the more proficient in my work he drew a deep breath,
help, ideas and support from his staff. key House Ways and Means Committee to conslderthe tax bill, and helped me, as a super- raised his hands in prayer,
before the White House indicates the where and how of spending visor myself, to treat my co- crying, "Oh God, Give Thou
NUNS WIN $100,000 cuts, indicates strong congressional feeling on this matter. workers with compassion and glory to the watchman, and
Here was a surprise for Ye Editor He is still learning some Although both Congress and the White House should show understanding. The injusticesI riches and long life. For the
of the things he never though of.One being that the Nuns play- themselves willing to cut such costs, it would now seem wise suffered have borne the fruitof watchman was Gabriel, guid-
ed the lottery. Well, he knows now since: their ticket brought t for the latter to take the lead in this matter. Heretofore neither love for my fellowmen, and ing this poor one and bringinglife
them $100,000. It was drawn in New York. President Johnson nor the Congress has wished to run the these two are included. To to this wretched one."
They are thinking of using the money for the use of their political risk of trimming popular or important programs as a them, I now feel I owe thanks Yes, sweet are the uses of
school. companion step to a tax rise. How long the White House will for helping me to develop adversity, if we recognize
None of the Sisters attended the drawing.They learned of th ebe able to hold out, in view of the Ways and Means Committee'sstand spiritually. God's Will behind them.
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Political figures can always find powerful arguments against
either a tax rise or a cut in spending. Both risk
HALLELUJAH offending voters
AMEN -
tIn But such a consideration has even less validity today than MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE
it should have in ordinary times. With the nation MIAMI YOU THEY
at war (de TIMES ARE TELLING
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Salisbury England Rev. parishionersknow
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facto if not de jure), with inflation once again
that he doesn't mind them playing bingo at the church. gathering headway APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU.
with a rapidly swelling budget deficit both tax
But he hates to hear them shout "Bingo! a increaseand
substantial cuts in federal spending are called for. We THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE.
So from now on prizes will only go to those winners who hope
that the White House will insist upon the former and the"Con- PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM!
shout "Amen! or "Hallelujah! gress demand the latter.
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By John A. Diaz


EVERY PERSON WHO IS WILLING TO WORK. SHOULD BE
PROVIDED EMPLOYMENT

Eventually facts are going to force the powers-that-be'the
white power structure,to believe that every person who Is wil-
ling to work should be provided employment; and If employ-
ment Is not provided in the private sector, then there should
be employment in the public sector.

private enterprise cannot employ Negroes,or whites, then
the federal state, county, or city government should find them f .
jobs.In.
Los Angeles, in the Watts district of racial segregation,
where an ordinary incident triggered a riot in which scoresof
Negroes and one white person were killed,the AerojetGeneral -
Corporation established a plant there for the employmentof
Negroes who had been unemployed, and this employmenttrial ll
was a great success. 17gH11I
There were 5,500 applicants for jobs,and the company could i
employ only 300. Ex-convicts were not excluded. Probably in O 0 n144
the Miami area there are thousands of Negroes that are em-
ployable. Some of them could be ex-convicts, too.All of them 0
should be employed. Then there will be no fear of stick-ups,
armed robberies and riots.
The mayor of Los Angeles said that it is a very interesting , 4ik.
fact that these people with felony records were among the best
employes of the company that employed them.The ex-convicts
were really trying hard, he said, to show that they wanted to ,'-- t, ,:'yet
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work and overcome their deficiency.
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EARTHA KITT CAME TO LUNCH AND SPOKE HER MIND ,

When 50 women,whites and Negroes,assembled at the White ;\ k I_
House by invitation from the wife of the President of the United I 4
States last week ._._. .. ,_ .. .. _.
no one expected a verbal bomb to fall from '- --- -- -
one of the Negro women. l lOf

Eartha Kitt, celebrated Negro super star innightclubs, the ,
concert stage, the legitimate theatre, and television, took the HF 01 F HONOMIlOPPORTUNITY
opportunity to speak her mind and gave vent to her heart. Unlike ANYTHING () () Legal
most of the guests at White House gatherings, who tend to A, MM H **ma*
be awed by the surroundings and forget to do much talking, GOES.
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BY GARTH C. REEVES
Miss Kitt used the occasion to "say what's in my heart."
Mrs. Johnson had intended to discuss only crimes in the l. : Leo Adderly,
streets. But Eartha Kitt, who grew up in abject poverty, and In his state of the State message on Monday, Gov. Claude Center Attorney
reached New York City from the slums of South Carolina when Kirk covered most of the high points of his administration for
she was very young, with only $1.50 in her little purse, knew the &past year. Among other problems facing the state, he dealt
that the expression, "crimes in the streets," can be referenceto with education, real estate, tourism, business, highway improvements Buying A Used Car
Negroes, hit the ceiling with words that jarred Lady Bird, and crime.
who was so shaken that tears rolled down her cheeks. The Governor is apparently proud of his method of approachin The purchase of an automobile Is looked uponby most people
"The children of America," shouted Eartha, "are not rebelling dealing with racial disturbances in Florida in 1967. He said; as a major accomplishment. It represents a sound invest-
for no reason.The main reason for juvenile delinquencytoday "In a year when riots took place in many states, Florida remained ment, and Is supposed to provide a measure of material com-
is because their &parents are angry because they are too free of this bloodshed in our,streets. fort. The machine is driven with pride by the owner, and look
highly taxed and because there is a war going on that they do "On June 11, there was trouble in Tampa. I flew there and ed upon with envy and respect by others. Such might be the
not understand." went right into the heart of the area where the trouble was and case with the purchase of a new car or a good used car.
Continued the$10,000 an appearance celebrity, "You send talked to the leaders face to face. And while I was there, we However, the used car buyer, usually finds himself buying
the best of this country off to be shot and mair d. They re- held all armed troops and police out of that area. someone else's headache. He has made a large Investment;
bell in the streets They will take pot, and they will get high. "The result was the creation of the "White Hat" patrols though not a sound one, which eventually spells financial dis
They don't want to go to school because they're going to be made up of Negro youth who maintained order and brought the aster. All too often, a used car buyer Is the most sympathizedand
snatched off from their mothers and be shot in Vietnam." problem under control." pitied member of the consumer public. The tragic fact Is,
Mrs. Johnson was shocked because she would have prefer- A special national award was presented in New York last however, that invariably the victim again is a low-Income pur
up and down the boulevards to make very attractive cities. But month, honoring the Tampa& technique of peaceful control.On chaser.
Eartha said, "that is not going to do very much good when it how he met and checked Rap Brown last August in Jack Cautious selection Is the key In making wise buy. And, as
comes to solving the problem of juvenile delinquency." sonville, Kirk said; a buyer's guide, I will outline some considerations a buyer
"I went to meet him. Rap Brown represented a challengeto should weigh before accepting the keys to that used car, and
HOUSING DEVELOPERS THAT REFUSE TO SELL HOMESTO authority and to government. It was goverment's job to con driving it home to sit until It Is hauled off by a wrecker.A .
NEGROES front him and to confront that challenge. cautious buyer compares prices before coming to a final
If the Court should decide against housing developers decision One should never stop at the first used
Supreme "In a Jacksonville ball park,before a Negro audience, I confronted on a purchase.
that refuse to sell homes to Negroes it will be a mo- Rap Brown --alone--face -- eyeball to eyeball, and car lot one gets to and sign a contract; because he Is not aware
mentous decision. The Justice Department is urging the na philosophy to philosophy. He backed down and left Florida by of the price and conditionhe might find the same car in on another
tion's highest tribunal to hear a case involving a Negro and plane that same night," the Governor said. lot.Inspect.
his white wife, who were discriminated against when they attempted He contrasted conditions in Florida with those in Detroit, the car thoroughly for flaws while it Is still on the
to purchase a house in St. Louis, in a suburban sub New Jersey and other areas where" governments did not lot. Examine all the tires. They can Indicate faulty front-end
division.If act decisively. "In these cities," he said, "streets were turn alignment; worn components and suspension. If the thread Is
the case is decided in favor of this couple, it will be ed into bloody battlegrounds and soldiers and tanks had to be cupped or worn unevenly the wheels need alignment. Insist on
equevalent to the school desegregation decision that openedthe brought in to restore order." balancing. Also, Insist on a good spare tire. Further, one
public schools on a non-Jim Crow basis. The Johnson ad- The Governor mentioned his visits Jacksonville, Tampa, should watch out for doors that open or close hard, or, bind on
ministration has been trying to get Congress to enact an open Miami and other cities where he "walked through the streets hinges. A door that fits poorly indicates o d y misalignmentfrom
housing law without any success. and been in the stores and poolrooms and bars In disadvantaged an accident. Check windows smoothness of operationand
The National Council of Churches is the organization that is area." to detect cracks. Next, sight down the sides of the car.
urging the Supreme Court to hear this case.Said this Protes- Continuing, he said, "Tve talked to young people In these Running your hand over a suspected area may help find rough
tant Council, "Jim Crowism is alien American municipalities areas. They're Floridians just like you and me. They want to metal that escapes visual detection. Beware of the car that
whether operated directly by the state or operated directly be trained for jobs--and they want to succeed. shows evidence of straightening of several of the major &panels.
or privately with the assistance of the state." "We must see to it that they are trained for employmentand ? Inspect the inside of the car,also. Worn pedal pads and a torn
who floor mat misrepresent a low reading on the odometer. Be
that they get it, he said. "Someone earns a weekly
ORCHIDS AND BOUTONNAIRES paycheck is a &part of society--not an outsider rioting against suspicious of brand-new pedal covers and mats in a car show
hopelessness." ing low mileage. Most dealers regularly set back odometers.
.r ';; For this logical approach to a serious problem, the Gover- Then, check the trunk for space and equipment.
r nor must be commended Follow up the on-the-lot inspection by taking the car to a
9dA
4t mechanic of your choice. Every reputable used car dealer will
rr allow you to do this.A more complete checkup on a lift by your
'7 own mechanic Is a must, If the car &passed Inspection on the
lot. Watch for unusual noises, vibration, and sloppy stearing.
Miami Times The car in this position should be Inspected for rust on the underside -
f- 6530 NW 15th Avenue of the rocker panels, doors, and fenders. Corrosion
: / "- Miami, Florida 33147 often starts In places you cannot see unless the car Is put on
a lift.
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MR. JULIUS MISS RUTLEDGE MR. McCRARY Dear Sir : Next, the car should be road tested. Here the engine's per-
formance can tested. Make sure,also,that all of the Instruments
Miss Frances Rutledge, one of Southern Bell Telephone on the instruments panel are working properly.
Corp.'s clerks, who Is dong a fine Job for Earl Carroll in his Enclosed please find the sum of $- Moreover, If the car has been driven within the last six

fight for Metro Commissioners' elections by districts. Miss to cover the cost of a_____subscription! to months an Inspection sticker should be displayed on the
Rut 1 e d g e is in charge to alert the union of Communication window.
Workers the Miami Times.
After you have been satisfied that the car has passed all
Assistant Attorney General Jesse J. McCrary, for the illuminating tests you are ready to seriously consider purchasing it. Insiston
speech he made before a group of white lawyers, Mail Paper To. a written warranty from the dealer. Suchwarranty should
when he courageously enlightened them of the Negro's plightin Address ____ specifically state who will be responsible for labor and material
the ghetto.Mr. City" _,___, State Zip Cod_ should the car need repairs& within a specified time after
D. A. Julius, owner of the state's best known school of purchase, e.g., ususally ninety days. Be sure you understand
beauty culture, which he started with very limited funds, 32 One Yr. $5.00 ( ) the terms of the warranty. And,above all,be sure the car you
years ago, a most modest and reticent, progressive busi- have selected can be paid for without placing a financial bur
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Stdown: from cold New York are Dr. and Mrs. James A, ',. .
(Audrey) Johnson. Jimmie is home to do research In Dermatology BY PRISCILLA REDDING (
at University of Miami's School of Medicine. He is the
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son of Mrs. Daniel (Lenora) Johnson and the late Mr. Daniel 'I ,
Johnson. The best groomed lawn for themonth of January was the \
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Wedding Bells rang for Delira La Verne Anthony and Ran home of Mr. and Mrs. Levi L. Moss of 10501 SW 146th Ter. ,;:';

som Johnson, Monday, January 15.A reception was held at the Their lawn Is a real show place.As .
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.Joseph(Irene) Young, 848 a simple reminder we wish to let you know that the lawn
NW 75th Street.Congratulatlos. of the month Is chosen the third Sunday in each month. For
to Mr.and Mrs. Clarence Arnett, who will the February month'the lawn of the month will be selected from
be honored of their 50th wedding anniversary, Friday, Jan- area number one. Keep your lawn well manicured. You may
uary 26. They were married in Miami and have lived here ever'be the next winner.
since. Again the Killian Cougar's had to face hard competition In

... -- ....,. ,,;;.. '.: .':.,., JMe "J.rrf...*.JM the areas of basketball, wrestling and gymnastics Basket-
, y& tr c . rrjCLARENCE ball, Tuesday Killian vs palmetto. Thursday Killian vs

', Miami High.Gymnastics,the Carol City Chiefs.Wrestling, Miami
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I II Jackson Generals.
Troop 857 is sponsoring a Hayride to Haulover beach.This d
outing is planned for this Saturday, Jan. 27. Price singles 75f,
Couples $1.00. The bus will leave at 4:00 p.m. and return at /
10 p.m. Why don't you plan to attend.On .
this past Sunday,Jan.21 the Women's Club sponsored its \\1\1C'It ;;

.... first in service workshop. which wasasplendidsuccess,- held 1..1. vMr. .s .... ---..tt... ,
IL.f); I at Tots Town Kindergarten and presented many outstanding
OPHELIA Canon Cooper consultants The women of this organization wish to thank each and Mrs.ChesterA. a two year tour of duty in the
After a delightful vacation in Nassau, Mrs.Florine Williamshas ;: and everyone for making this event a success. Glover of 2420 NW 160th St., armed forces.No wedding date
of announce the engagement of has been set as of yet.
returned to the city Mrs. Williams was the houseguest
Rev. and Mrs. Leroy Rooker.Mr. TRYING TO DECIDE ON A CAREER? their daughter, Claudia Ler-
and Mrs. Fritz Watkins celebrated their second wed line to Robert James Adams,
ding anniversary on January 21. High School seniors may learn about the career programs son of Mrs Ida M. Adams,
Mr. and Mrs. Richard (Florida) Dean had a family reunionin offered at Miami-Dade Junior College South when they attend 2385 NW 73rd Terrace.
Jan. 23 through Sunday, Jan. 28. Miss Glover is a 1964 grad
Miami, when their seven children visited them. the "K" Youth Fair Tuesday,
Get well wishes to Violet Griffith at home;William Pate who M-DJC South personnel will "man": a Career Booth at the uate of North Dade Sr. High,
is still apatlent at Hialeah HosDital; Irene Edgecomb. Eva Fair, providing the students and their parents with informa- and a 1966 graduate of Miami-
Jones, Sarah Wyman, Eva Hutchinson, Henrietta Sweeting,Sara tion about the programs, including the new Cooperative Education Dade Jr.College.She is Be /
Brooks and Annie Webster. Canon Charles Cooper Cedars.. program. presently a senior at Florida Properlyfitted
Dr. Ivan Hoy, Head of the Department of Religion at the University The Fair will be held on North Kendall Dr. west of the Palmetto State University and now interning -
of Miami was the g u est s D e a k e r at Church Women Bypass. Hours are: Tuesday through Thursday, 2 p.m. as a visiting teacher, !
United Inerfaith Luncheon the Miami Springs Villas today to 10 p.m.; Friday and Saturday, 10 amto 10 p.m., and Sun- in the north central district of

(Thursday) at 11 a.m. The Interfaith Panel,had Larry King as bay, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Dade County. MItMuw
moderator, included Rev. DavidG. Russell the Bishop's Information may also be obtained by writing Mlaml-Dnde's Mr. Adams is a 1963 grad- f tt[ M"NeN Huh,
representative to the voice, Rabbi Sol Landau of Beth David Community Services Department, 11011 S. W. 104th St. or uate of Miami Northwestern. SUM Ir Flail

Congregation, Miami Beach and Dr. Lee A. Lindsley, ministerof phoning 274-1161. He attended Miami-Dade and
Miami Shores Community Church On Monday, Jan. 22, Ho Ho the Clownvisited Frank C. IBM Engineer School where from ito 14
"How Do You Do?" was the wording on the unique birth announcement Martin Elementary School. He demonstrated all powers tothe he graduated as a CE Engineer
children and they had a mavelous time. he P14. 'R 9.4831
of Harry and Cecile McCartney of their darling Upon graduation .
baby daughter, Effie Lillian. Congratulations! The members of Second Baptist Church, Inter mediate Choir was employed by the IBM -' "
WARNING CONFIDENCE MEN ARE BACK IN TOWN pulling wish to announce their Rummage: Sale which will take place Company. Presently he is on 34 NORTH MIAMI AVI.OHN ., .
the old "Bankofficial" routine to feece the savings accountsof this Saturday. Won't you come out and make this sale a bene- an IBM military leave. He is on : MOM._AND,f Ik lilt f

the unwary, Ralph Smathers of the Greater Miami Business ficial one to you as well as the choir. This Saturday, Jan 27,
Bureau warned Friday. Second Baptist Church, 11111 pinkston Drive, 12 noon until?
Members of the National Newspaper Publishers Association Make this a successful event. ,
conducted a most successful told-Winter Workshop at The Nassau
Beach Hotel in Nassau, January 18-20. Theme; "Profitsin
Publishing." In spite of te tight schedule, we found timeto Mrs. Maude K. Reid Heads or
enjoy the Continental fun and excitement that Nassau offers. After all. .
Paradise Island is all and more than you have heard about it. Urban League Board
Three plush hotels, 50-room( luxury Ocean Club the new 503- THERE'S JUST
room Paradise Island Hotel and Villas and the 100-roomhotel, Mrs. Maude K Reid, super-
The Beach Inn. The Casino with the elegance of Las Vegas as visor Vocational Home Eco x NO MATCH FOR f3
well as top entertainers. The fun and enchantment of a Nassau nomics Education for Dade
vacation is a pleasure to be treasured for a lifetime. County, was elected presidentof FLAMELESS
To those who are saddened by the death of James Edward the Board of Directors of
Lucas H, who died on Tuesday,January 23, May you find com the Greater Miami Urban '' ELECTRIC LIVING !
fort in these words
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League Wednesday.Mrs. .
Reid was president of
HOPE SEES A STAR
the National Council of the Ur-
Life is a narrow vale between the cold and barren peaks of ban League Guild from 1963 1 FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY
two eternities.We to 1966. HELPING BUILD FLORIDA
strive in vain to look beyond the heights.We She was co-chairman of the
cry aloud-and the only answer is the echo of our,wailingcry. Urban League's: annual Equal

Opportunity> Day Dinner held at arsmtaowt nca +tamt7s ri t tmsinailcaatsmtlt xlasst at t xixzaentStanf
From the voiceless lips of the unreplying dead there comesno theDeauville Hotel last October 6e

word. and ha been very activein c
But in the night of death hope sees a'star, and listening love Urban League activieis in Y
can hear the rustling of a wing. Greater Miami. MAUDE K. REID
He who sleeps here, when dying, mistaking the approach of
death for the return of health, whisdiered with his latest
breath, "I'm better now."
United Fund Annual
Let us believe, in spite of doubts and fears, that these dear
words are true of,all,the countless dead.
Robert G, Ingersoll Meeting Jan. 26

Allen University's Concert Choir appeared St.JamesAME The United t Fund of Dade John H. Halliburton, vice
Church on Wednesday, January 24, at 8:00: p.m. County will hold its 11th Annual president of Eastern Air
Former Philadelphian, Miry Lou Brown, has "sand in her meeting Friday, Jan. 26, Lines, is retiring as chair- Your
shoes" and has purchased a home in Opa-locka. Her hubby atnoon Everglades man of the board, and Karl
Charles, was greeted with a welcome home party on Saturday. Hotel. Theme for the meeting Bishopric, president, CJztLi4fmaLCIuLSTODAY
Phyllis Wright and Jerome Moore will be married at Holy is, "Making" Urban Lives Liv- Bishopric/ Green / Fielding ,
Redeemer Roman Catholic Church, Saturday, Jan. 27, at 200p.m. able. Advertising Agency, is the retiring -
Reception will follow at Bonded Rental Agency. Annual members of the fund fund president.
Get well wishes to Mr. James Woods who is a patient at will elect a group of new board
Jackson Memorial Hospital after major surgery. members The board is setupon Join one of these classes NOW
Dorothy Richardson and son, Charles Jetted in from Tus- a rotating basis, so that
kegee to be at the bedside of her father, James Woods. one-third of its members retire BANK HEAD QUITS $ .50 week totals .$ 23.00
each .
Motoring to Jacksonville to witness the AFL All-Stars football year.Following
the of 1.00 week totals .$ 50.00
meeting annual
game were Freddie Jordan, Henry Jones and Nalton I; Wishington.: President '
Darby, Sr. Nalton and his friends were thehouseguests. of his,, members, the new board Johnson accepted Monday the I $ ..00 week totals .$' 100.00
of trustees wtll meet to electa
parents reslgnatin of Hobart Taylor $ boo a week totals .$ 250.00
Mrs. Mae Woods Jetted to Philadelphia to attend the funeral slate of officers for 1968. Jr. as director of the Export-
of her aunt. Charles L. Clements, Jr., is Import Bank in Wishington. $10.00 a week totals ,$ 5OO.OO
A FABULOUS FORCAST OF COIFFURES AND FASHION'< chairman of the nominating

Monday, February 12, 900 until . Biscayne Terrace Star committee..
Lincoln Bank
National
light room, 340 Biscayne Boulebard sponsoredbyCosmetolo-
gists' Unit No. 7. BVines of Pinetops who is still enjoying her darling grandchild, of Miami
The season has ended but the memories linger on for the> ren, Wilbert, Thomas, Wilma Temesa, and Wynette Tyress 6013 N. W. 7th Av.nu.
W T. Jenkins. It was a delightful holiday season. They enjoyedthe I What a beautiful tribute Herald columnist Larry King paid MIAMI, FLORIDA
gracious company of these North Carolinians; Mr and Mrs, to the late Judge J. Waties Waring on Wednesday. I like his
J. T. Speller, Stevens andSkippy; Mrs.Annie Dayte Evans ant I closing He was damned for dedicating his life to the proposition .iiiKr UcnGrr;tiJfta;1Idc3erv'e[)Cfotit Insurance-Jj. Mrs. Charity Livingston, all of Lauringburg,Also Mrs. Louise! of equality. God will make it up to him. itrat
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I .' _, Don Shirley To Give .: T"1


.>, ..;. " ",!: FAMU ConcertTallahassee. Century 100k .-', i.

.,- One of the
to it rf y" most brilliant artists and ex- The name comes off
citing personalities to illuminate -
'the world of music In and :
America in'many of season is

THE LITTLE RED BOOK:,The Miami Jaycees honored Dorsey the'young pianist;Don Shirley, the taste comes on.Comes .
'Junior high'physical education department head Freddie F. who is scheduled to appear at

Pittman with an award for leading an "outstanding Florida &:University, Feb.
physical fitness 1 3. Shirley's appearance will be
program"during =-
banquet held in his honor . Classroom held in Lee Hall Auditorium on ..
Teachers Association's tenth annual grand the FAMU campus 800pm. :
ball intothe Deauvllle :d The concert is a Lyceum =ithUT.r
goes on Saturday,
February 17 . Dunbar elementary music Series of the University. I .. _ ___.
will - -
with his
Shirley m .
director Linton Berrien, after spending the appear -------- -
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trio which has toured 70 --
plus -0
holidays in New York City visiting his ailing -
cities since its first concert
mother Mrs. Evelyn Berrien,had to rush
tour under Columbia Artists
back on a hurried flight to bury her after
Management in 196263. He Is
several years' illness . At the Satellite
a "tee" artist whose musical the playing of Shirley "His
Lounge; She would be pretty if she drank more.
accomplishments have won Virtuosity is worthy of Gods."
NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Ray Charles, scheduled for a Viet-
him admirers from Igor Stravinsky "Not only is he a great musi-
nam stint have to lose his offer due to blindness.
only .
may
to Duke Ellington, high cian," ext r 0 11 e d Ellington,
Might be exposed to Cong snipers . County nurse Juanita
priest of American music. "But he has the fingers to exe-
Hall-Green resigned her visitation nursing chores January 18 Stravinsky once describedthe cute his greatness."
to resume studies towards a master's: degree in nursing .
Marine lance-corporal Reginald Hicks, after 21 days at home,
returned to his Marine post at Camp Pendleton,Santiago, Cal Musolite Club Terminates
. Sammy Davis Jr receiving cheers from Diahann Carrolland
Dionne Warwick among other notables at New York's Copa. .f
Another YearThe
SALT WATER TAFFY: Mrs. Hester Gray rushed over to
Nassau last Moday to be at the bedside of her slsterinlaw Musolite Club celebrated tour information.

Mrs. Eujanie Johnson, bedded there Joycelyn Colebrook- its sixth birthday on De- The meeting ended on a gay
Walker down from Ohio to see mother and dad. Hubby staff cember 31, with its regular note with members looking

sergeant George Walker enroute to Vietnam .. Nassauvians meeting held at the Palmetto forward toward its New Year
Audrey North, daughter Gail and niece Dorothy,after a hectic Country Club. Among the Auld 1 night of fund scheduled Jan. j
Flagler Street and Biscayne Boulevard shopping> spree,planedout Lang Syne setting of the beau- 13th, at the home of the past :
Sunday post meridian . Lorraine Puyol's sonlnlaw tiful country club, Musolite i president, Marguerite V. 7yf4'
Ernest Monroe over from the 'isle of pink pearl' for a week. members found themselves Miller Hostesses for the
involved in an array of activities meeting were: Mesdames Ann on good.
which included the revealing West, Geneva Henry, Helen
THE WEEK'S WASH:'Though plagued with two hospital operations -
(bullet wound and appendicitis) within two months,dis- of 1967 S.P'S througt h Stewart and Thelma: Aranha.
charged Air Force vet Otis Ross Jr survived his 22nd birth- Christmas gift exchanges, Luvenia Knox, president, A product of P. Lorillard Co, Est. 1760 CIII

day January 17 . The David(Sinkus) Smiths Sr's, (she's club birthday "hurrahs" and 1 I Thelma Aranha, reporter.
Helen) son David Jr (Spc 4)) home from Vietnam for 45 days extending of good wishes
for 1968.
before trudging off to Kentucky for medical treatment. . Mrs.
Added to all this was the.
Basheva Gray-Bryant's son Nathaniel an assistant sports
editor of A 11 a p a 11 a h junior high's newspaper-the Mustang very officers informal for installation 196870. All of BUR DIN E 'Shoys9
Messenger . Vera Wilson suffering an attack of virus.
members participated in this

STUFF AND SUCH: Two-thirds disability City of Miami retirees activity, as Mrs. MargueriteV.
William Parks and James Gunn have pooled their fin- Miller graciously handed
ancial resources and opened a pub on Seventh Avenue in the over the helm to Mrs. Luvenia 1 @JC 0/\

heart of Edison Center .Elderly Hilda Charlow, fund Knox. Other officers include; .. n @ Jr
stranded with injured leg, put in convalescent nursery. . Marguerite V.Millervice
Nancy Parker kept her Nassau visit a secret but tells all alpout president; J a n e 11 e Rackard, @

it now that she's back . The James (Angela Candace) recording secretary; Ollie cg'p
Goodens entrained home to Long Island, N.Y.Sunday 3:00 Williams,assistant secretary;
. FLASH: Little James(G-G)Lucas Jr passed in Cedars of Helen Stewart t treasurer; ;
Lebanon Tuesday ayem after entry for a painful stomach disorder Leatha Williams, financial a ll@
secretary;Geneva Wilson,assistant

SWEETS TREATS: I wanted to say a kind word about financial secretary;
Frontiers International Miami Club's annual dinner held in Ann West! chaplain; Geneva perma press shorts, shirts
Henry, business manager
Johnson's Hall of St. John Institutional Baptist last January 5, Thelma Aranha reporter. ; 79
that is, in a personal way. For the pages of this weekly gazette Discussion relative, to a ..Mea..

have allready extolled and exalted Frontiers performance. 1968 Mid-western Tour was Comp at 2.50 ea.Dacronpolyestercotton .
However, I would like to thank the group personally for honoring 'a highlight of the meeting.
this reporter at its special guest table (which day, inci- News on the tour will be forth- half-boxer
dentaly was my birthday) along with honorees Municipal court coming. The 1967 Summer shorts with Permanent Press finish.

jurist Donald Wheeler Jones,four visiting African public hous- Western Tour sponsored Solids and plaids in blue, green,
ing representatives, Draft Board member Charles Lockhartand the Musolite Club proof brown. Button-down style short-
a star-dust selection of feminine fodder. Might I add that enough to follow the Musolites sleeve shirts in pastels; 37.
out-going Frontiers prexy .J.Ramsey is my kind of guy. He'san Watch The Miami Times for
articulate performer.
glrlll'patent shoes
MIAMI MUSINGS: City detective sleuth Kenneth Jones,holder Oflll
of lette r-commendation from Youth Hall execs,com- CENTER VILLA 'y" :1 flags only J)
mending the plainclothesman for apprehending a fleeing youth-.
criminal (while oft duty)whom he s potted and was chased KINDERGARTEN Comp. at 599699.

through back yards, over fences, down alleys, etcetera until 5861 ,.NW 17th AVENUE New square toes in pump and strap styles.

caught and brought'to Justice. Added Congrats from this pillar CERTIFIED PERSONNELHOT ( Black, green, orange, brown, yellow, bone; 8%
. North Dade junior high rates No.! 2 inthe county's atten- b
LUNCHES to 4; not all sizes in all colors..
dance record. Allapattah Junior high rose torn No. 11 to No. 1.
PICK-UP SERVICE
More congratsl!
REGISTER NOW
matchbox cotton sunshine shifts for girl
SCRATCH MY BACK: James and Marian Pearson had their 691-7736 OR 635-3302 Jumpers

'59 Chevvy thefted last Friday night Anthony Simons Jr. Mrs. R. E. Copeland, Sup 2,99
injured in auto spill ? ? ? Curvy and cute Bernice jonnson's 3911
Merlin's Lounge replacement Vaundell Sanford, a sexy Mal Compare at $5-$6.

tese . Did I tell you that Stanley Johnson, the medico's office Compare at 56. Complete assortment of
associate is Miamian James W.Bridges?? Alpha.Gamma fINESJPWHTING To wear with or withwashand wear shirt-shifts.

chapter of Eta Phi Beta sorority holds its Silver Anniversary out a blouse. BeltMany Perma Press in pastelbuekleshoulderstraps.
candlelight services at Greater Bethel AME January 28. It's
and For little
prints
an invitational date from 11 to 1. stripes.
Solids and stripes in a girls, high-waist and sleeve-

CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: FLASH: Retired veteran Afro SERVICE variety of pastels and less A-line shifts. Also size

Insurance agent Harold Ferguson died Tuesday morning up in brights. 714. 3-6X pantdresses.

Connecticut. . The Leonard (Tony puyol) Georges are cud- IERE'S PROOF YOU'LLIKE
dling their 4th. It's a girl,born December 24 in Mt Sinai hosp. PRINTING
The Georges first three are boys. . The James Bowes (he's OUR :
ex-City patrolman-booking officer; she's Barbara)are seeing gob hat and beach bag girls9 fishnet tights

their lawyers . What gives with Brownsville Junior high Quality Job; Budget Price ;
schoolmarm Ethel McLeod-Ferguson and her Beaumeo Rudolph 99 ca. IfIll
(Rudy) Me Car t n e y ? ? ? Nassau's Government high No Job Too large or Small
Reg. 1.29 Cornp. at 2.69.
ea.
schoolovely Gail North (Tennie Isaacs pretty niece) and Saint
Deadlines Met on Time
Ann's high school-prof Winston Saunders are altar-bound on Kicky designs appliqued on Famous name fishnet tights

April 15 at Christ Church Cathedral In Nassau. . Did Arnold Satisfaction Guaranteed snappy gob hats; beach bags, with the pattern all the wayto

Newbold and Easter Robinson tie the knot that binds onjan- to match, with rubberized lin top of panties. White, bone
uary 13???That'it brother, from your one-man-newspaper, and our customers come back! ing. White or pastels. Gob and assorted pastels. 24.
who knows everybody and everybody's racket, but who wantsto
advertise for a lost "heart." U found, please return it to Miami Times hats; s.m.l.
that Richmond Heights delicious delovely who sits at home

evenings crying her own little heart out while her Beaumance young p.op//.'. world,fourth floor/ DOWNTOWN MIAMI(at all 7 Burrfm.'i; Mora)
JOt All rut NINTIN6' NEEDS
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DORSEY DIARY Breakfast Forum on Crimein
Ernie Fields, The Young Soul

Dorsey bsketball teams Scheduled to perform were: Miami Saturday_
Brother From PennsylvaniaErnie continue to be '"wayo u t of The Dorsey Jr.High Jazz Band --- invited := I i n.
sight" by she 11 a c In g Ida including Milton Dailey, The public is cordially I day, Morning Jan. 27, to hear

Fields, ranked in Straws, Jimmy Griffin; China Fisher Jr. High Monday, Jan. Gerald Pinder, Reginald Polk to be present on Satur- Mr. John Bethea, Professor of
15. "A" team won 2923"B"team and Leon Butler Theband I Criminology, at the Diversity
Philadelphia as one of the Vall
e s Donnie
G. Blanche
.
McArthur Jr. High was Taylor Patricia and Ij of Miami
won 4-15. from Teresa speak on the subject
disc in the
leading j jockeys calloway, and for your spiritual ;
scheduled to perform.In Green Doretha I"Prevention
also Brenda ,
business, is now "turning ,enjoyment, it's'the Rev. The following Wednesday, of Crime
everybody on" with his unique Ira McCall. Listen to WMBM Jan. 17, Dorsey"A" team met addition, these students: Smitha, Sandra Paschal, I Through Special Education,"
soul sounds every day on and'see for yourself. All the Charles E, Drew Jr.High,-A' Michelle Williams, Bettye Patricia Howard, Gloretha I Criminal Judges will be on
WMBM 1490 from 2 to 6 soul brothers and sisters losing 26-22; "B" team van- Marshall, Delores Bradley, Bain, Cynthia Johnson,Adrian I hand for comments as well as
p.m. seem to agree . Ouished Drew 43-25. Audrey Royale,Harriet Watts, Bryant, Queen Kinsey,R.Nel- ,Juvenile Judges and Officers.
WMBM will set the for With this taste of victory, Carolyn Ector, Linda Pratt, son and Dorothy Day. Congratulations I The time Is 8:30 a.m. and the
__.u____ '68111 J J pace the PE Department has its ap- Larry Russell, Betty Kelly, to all the above, J place is Johnson Hall,1328 NW
petite whetted for more of the and those whose names did not 3rd Avenue, Miami.
w same and announces its plansto SUNLIGHT CHATTERBOX appear.
HELP THEHANDICAPPED try to double the number of .
Physical Fitness Winners this
HELP year, from 347 to ?. At Sunlight Beauty School,
OTHERSThe Meanwhile, Mr.Henry Mott, Jan. 9, trophies were awarded
International Brother- Jr., sponsor of the Science from Classic Beauty Supply to I
hood has opened up a Miami Club is finalizing plans for the three students Mrs. Mattie
community store, operated by field trip to Cape Kennedy this Jones was awarded for regu-
the Handicapped. Help them Mrs. Marie
Friday, Jan. 26with81Dor- lar scholarship,
help others by donating new seyites and nine chaperones. Mack for the most congenial, '
and used household appli- Leaving by bus at 5:30 in the and Mrs. Wilena Smith for the 1 --
ances, TV's,radios,typewirters morning, they plan to be back best hairstylist of 1967. Alsoon +
wheelchairs, furniture, around 8:30 in the evening.Although Jan. 9,the members of Sun-
clothing, a truck or station this is the first time to light Beauty Club elected new
wagon, etc. Cape Kennedy, Mr. Mott has officers for 1968. They areas

By bringing in any items in organized and conducted num- follows:
Ernie, has a style so soulful need of repair, you will be erous field trips throughout, President, Mrs Dorothy
and real that it has gained him helping to make useful, work- Dade County for Dorseyites, Gouls; vice president, Mrs.
wide-spread popularity in the ing citizens out of the handi- including the EvergladesMuseum Jewel Brown; recording sec-
very short time he has been capped. of Science, Sea- retary, Mrs. Gloria Round- .
here in the magic city. Every quarium and Missile Ranges. tree; financial secretary, -k---- r _0't ____ i
day at 2:00 p.m. thousands of The International Brother- The Science Club also sells Mrs. Norsis Hollinger; : i !
people are turning their dialsto hood is headed by C. Monroe the Baby Bull Tee-Shirts for treasurer Mrs. Dorothy
WMBM to listen to the life, Arnold Lerman, the para- $1.00 each. See Mr. Mott in Jackson; chaplain, Mrs Bessie ThertPICKUP
humor, more music and per- plegic wheelchair and automobile room 29.Word. Hart, reporter, Miss Barbara a...
sonality that Ernie projects driving controls used has been received,Stanley; assistant reporter,
in his radio show. through the nation. from United Fund Head-' Mrs. Norris Hollinger; parli- BUCKET 0' CHICKEN ONLY
Miami has long needed sucha quarters that Dorsey is one of mentarian, Mrs. Janet Dixon.
personality. The young disc The International Brother- schoolsthat attained a Four of our students went to 15'pieces of Chicken 95
from has hood is located at 15970 NW Real Chicken $3
jockey Philadelphia minimum of 120% of their goalin Winter Haven on Jan. 17 to be Gravy
much in 27th Avenue, Telephone 621- Hot Roll
gained so recognition donations out of 213 schoolsin examined by the State Board .
such short time that the sta- 1400. .'
a for their cosmetologist li- (.ill \undr585Hlaleoh \
the system. So it looks like ::-:> '' "
tion Manager, Allen B. Mar- censes. The students names '
the Dorsey staff is number one (
golis, has hinted a promotionto in the County In Civic Responsibility are, Barbara McNorton, Mrs. \
Program Director of The "Anchorage' propertyon W 11 e n a Smith, Mrs. Martha ::. ntu.cktifried
the island of Blm1n1 has
WMBM.As Dorsey at the half-way Brown and James Lewis, they ,
been from the
purchased
a direct result of the mark! Final exams were given all arrived back safely on the .
young soul brother coming to American Museum of Natural 18th of January. We at Sun- .. <<
Comokeat this week, and Jan. 25 is the Chl e
History by
the soul sound of
our town, Angler Marina Ltd., Baha- half-way mark for the school light Beauty School hope they
WMBM radio has improved to
passed their examination.
year. We are now going down
mas The tract includes
corporation. -
such that WMBM is
a degree Again the school thanks the
hill, students, so lets compileour
a guest house built in
the talk of Miami.
Classic Beauty Supply for Drive Hialeah
best
very record.
You'll hear and enjoy such 1957 by Michael Lerner of New ,
Thursday after school, the their generous contributions.
and
personalities as Horace Miami. Talent show took place sponsored Mrs Norsis Hollinger Is 3 Blks.. West of Le Jeune on NW 54th St.

by the Student Council. reporter.



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Carver YMCA To Launch membership DriveThe I


Carver Branch YMCA Also assisting Mr. Reeves 1 Dave Bondu. Project' director Reeves has
will launch Its 1968 Member will be Mrs., Dana Chapman, announced that the goal of project -
ship Drive, Project Atlas, Henry Arrington and Ezekiel The blastoff dinner address Atlas on Its "Race to the
Monday evening, February 5 Burrows as flight directors. will-be delivered by the Rev- Moon" has been set at 300
with 'a Dutch Treat Blastoff Flight directors will be aided erend Rudolph "Bunky"'-Mat, memberships and $3,500. The
Dinner at Toby's Cafeteria, by Astronauts the ReverendW. thews, famed former head attempt will be made, Reeves
Q NW 54th St., at 6:30p.m.: Pub- F. Savoy and Harold Long, coach and current professor of .,said, to marshal the resourcesof
Ll j BY'DAVE BONDU lisher Garth C. Reeves has David Williams, Samuel Rog- Education at BethuneCookman the entire community toward

....-- been named Project Directorand ers, Mrs.Ruth Polite, M r s. College. The public Is Invited the attainment of this
to letter tothe editor of The Miami Times, last will be assisted by Howard Ella Moncur, Mrs. Frances to attend. goal.
week, from Miss Maxine Bethel, I would say that she hit the Carter as Deputy Director. Henderson. China Valles and
nail on the head with her articulate phrasing of words concern-' OPENING SOON I !
ing waiters and waitresses courses which are being offered "Mechanical See this space in next week's Issue of the' Times for
Class
by Lindsey Hopkins Vocational School. Maxine stated that she's Drafting To exact date.SOUL.
"for white collar jobs -- yes," but she's "sot agin' a white,
uniform for those who can't button down a collar" She also Begin February 19"An CITY SOUNDSAcross

said, "from my experience In job-trainingandlnlndustry, Fd opportunity- to learn me- Commercial- office, 14 NE 1st
say that a not-too-small percentage of the quote underemployed chanical drafting Is being pro Ave., 2 floor Full informa-
and the street 'from new Medical Center; one block
unemployed unquote won't ever be able to succeed in
vided adults 22 years old and tion about this class will be
white collar jobs.And the sooner we stop deluding ourselves, up by the Manpower Develop- available at this office. east of GrandWay.We .
the sooner we can prepare for jobs -- all kinds-- and begin ment and Training Act. will feature the most complete selection of RHY-
bridging the gap between the haves and the havenots.. (MDTA) Classes will be taughtat THM 'N BLUESJAZZ, SPIRITUAL, PSYCHEDELIC,
I wholeheartedly agree with Miss Bethel, and as the saying the Manpower Center In MI- DRIVERS LICENSE? COMEDY, CLASSICAL, etc.
goes, "I wish I had said that." So, I will only say "Amen" to
ami for 37 weeks and will be- With emphasis on the UNITED STATES'LARGEST
it, and go on with the discussion. If you go Into one of the
Feb. 19. A school diploma ''
better gin high SELECTION' OF WEST ,INDIAN MUSIC,
waiters restaurants and waitresses in the Greater of all nationalities Miami area except you will Negro.Toby's find. is helpful but is not a O'BERRY'S including past and current HIT singles and albums

( and Juniors are the exceptions).They knowhow to give requirement. To further aid from JAMAICA, the BAHAMAS, TRINIDAD, etc.
trainees in their to
good service with a smile, and many of them have college, degrees desire PLUS, a complete selection available on home and
; and excellent secretaries and are proficient many learn a new skill, a weekly allowance and auto stereo-tape cartridge, or cassette,. playbackunits
other professions The answer to your questions lmple. will,i'be paid so that 6262 NW 15th AVE. tape recorders, phonographs. radios and all accessories I
Money! people working In these better places make more In trainees will earn while they .
tips and small salarYthan, they make professional type jobs, learn. Persons interested are 691-5283 STOP B V, OR CALL US AT 151-4 41
and the fringe benefits of meals and uniforms add to the saving asked to apply at the Florida Thank You! Joe Smith and Ted Reaves
power. I believe that Junior's on Miami Beach were the firstto State Employment Service
hire Negro waitresses and hostesses and we commend them -
for this for the opened the door on the beachTheir: policy is to
have a new girl "trail" experienced waitress to learn and
of course, the experienced waitress makes the tips. My people 1
have not stopped think that she is learning the proper way
to serve and to better tips for herself when she has completedher FIRST DRIVE IN
training No, she quits after two or three days becauseshe SHOWING
is "not making any money." We do not realize that we are DRIVE Itt I HEATRE
not really qualified for what is required in this type of job.
We feel that "anybody can be a waitress." True, but what kind
of waitress? As Maxine Bethel said,wecan'tall be white collar
...A Black
workers and there are those in the waitress and waiter
THERE IS NOTHING I I '
profession that make from$90to$100aweek . clear money Power.station
. .in tips.We are in a tourist town, and we have to make the FUNNY ABOUT HOW brutally run by

most of the good paying jobs, whether they are fixing flats, "THE COMEDIANS" ;; 'Papa Doc' Duvalier
laying cable along the street or waiting tables. Working In a LOVE AND CLAW AND and his swaggering
plush hotel or restaurant is not like working in a hot-dog stand
. there are training courses that are offered for these bet ASSASSINATE IN THE Gestapo... images
ter paying jobs . let's take advantage of them . cause a TERROR WORLD OF of voodoo gods...
lot of us still "Ain't, ready." Please believe that. VOODOO JUNGLE! overheated love i l.
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PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Georgia Walker (Waitressat The Comedians scenes., transcendent
Junior's) ;drama"SHOWN ,
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PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Jimmy Brown (McKesson & 1 TIME ONLY
Robbins) AT 9:00 I

VIP OF THE WEEK: Joseph Anderson (Sport)
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MOTHER OF THE WEEK: Dorothy Brown(No relation to
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Jimmy) 1I

Remember when I urged y'all to send post cards concerningSam
Moncur ? Well, here is what happened. Ireceived 173
cards, and all of them said "Sam Yes; This was not even a
drop In the bucket,but Sam wants all 173 of you to know that he S '' ,
appreciates your concern by taking your time to drop a cardIn ,
his favor. He says that he has given up the idea of return-
Ing to EOPI and is now deep in studying again with the hope of
becoming a lawyer He said that working for the poor and try- t f ;
Ing to solve the problems of "the world around him" did not
allow him much time to study. Now that I have 173 cards, the
only thing I can think of to do with them is to use them for the
Pretty boy and girl of the week,and that way you will know who 6
they were. I would personally like to thank them for helping me :
to try to help someone else, as you know this is what I will do
for anyone if a difficult situation.

QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Sammy Davis Jr., tbeing
honored bytheCoconut Grove Youth Council division EOPI "PACKS / ';
with a Proclamation from the Mayor proclaming Saturday,
Jan. 27 as "Sammy Davis Day in Miami." The presentationwill POWER,
be made at the Deauville Hotel on Thursday night by Mr. GUTS, r
Henry Givens and five of the members of the Council . ANDA
( Metro Gol6vpa
-Maya presents
Johnny Burke at the Mary Elizabeth Hotel and still a "swing ,
ing guy" . The Marvels in Boston, again, and on their way MOOD p N yFPeterGlcaviilekProduction starring
to upstate New York and Canada within the next six weeks . THAT jK Richard Burton
Golfer's sharpening up their games for the Miami NorthSouthGolf
tourney Feb. 13-17. There are loads of visitors alreadyIn GETS
EXTRA
from the cold country. "Warming up." The Crossway Inn UNDER ADDED ; ElizabethTaylorAlec
headquarters hotel is overflowing with reservations, and the YOUR
Miami Gateway has consented accept the"overflow.;' ... Guinness
Eastern Air Lines and American Tobacco Company have come SKINI"wmlo"'w! C
in as sponsors . "Papa" Charles L. Williams was in town -tw M- '.r..ti. } .J' PeterUstinov
for the holidays from Edward Waters College in Jacksonville .d. / .
Looks good as always . Somebody told me I shouldn't talk Half She Didn't Need A Gun, To Get What She Wanted !
about my wife the way I do like "our son passed her in age .

four years ago" . .well,you have to know Mayme to realize SheDrove Dancer. bkllYt ??:
that this chick is too mjch She swears there was nothing !in ,lIh.qd8 "ITft
that said anything about cooking,cleaning, -
her marriage vows
Devil Il U'
sewing,. etc. This was my answer when I asked her to sew a Men To Half: G/I6k.
measley button on my shirt, and she had nerve enough to hand The she drove men to .
ma one of her suits, a button and a needleand thread. What Wrong the wrong side of 1fjj"J g. o
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wife if she acts like that. Love?
about
else can you say your .
. Peanuts Taylor owner of the DrumBeat Club in Nassau Side the law. !. ca'srenrnQ, TECHNICOLOR lTLJh J
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and one of the World's greatest bongo players was in town for Of The I'' ?7 JACK MELODIE JAMESAccording DON
the Sammy Davis show .. Jeff Addams still going strong Law! ::' LORD.JOHNSON.FARENTINO.GALLOWAYA
with Dino De Rose and the Ira Sullivan Four at the Rancher. \ :.r-
That is it for this week. Until the next one . LIVE LIFE, s
EVERY GOLDEN MINUTE OF IT PEACE.


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I Simmering Racial' Controversy


Splits GainesvilleBY


JOHN DIAZ of judicial process. from jail.Several.
There isasimmeringracial Both Dawkins and Mrs.. firebombs have
controversy thecollege Thomas were denied bond I been tossed at white business
town of Gainesville in which a pending an appeal to,a federal l establishments in the Negro h
white wife of a college professor court that was scheduled for sections, but with no serious
and a Negro truck driver, hearing on Tuesday. At press: damages. '"
who are co-editors of a sheet time the white woman and the! Gainesville is not a city J r
named "Black Voices," are Negro were still in jail,, where Power" activi-
Involved and are in jail for despite several hearings: ties have made any progress.
contempt of court. various courts, includingthe : Therefore, the racial tension
The jail sentences by Judge Florida Supreme Court., that is existing there now is
James C. Adkins have trig- due to police brutality charges
gered the throwing of two that have been made by both
The jailing of these two edi- ,
flaming bombs into the homeof Dawkins and Mrs. Thomas, : P ""
tors has brought about an"Ad I, .. '"
the Judge. This criminal act and which have received deaf ... ,. .,.'
Hoc Committee for Hawkins
is thought to have been the I ears from city hall and the .
and Thomas," with several, ..
work of white youths. To this University professors and grand jury. ,. I,"'I., ,
the Judge has said, "They can students going on a well-pub- With part of the white com- \ ': '- ; 1:
burn my house down and I won't munity supporting the police, \ '1' )
licized hunger strike. And a f' .
change the ruling." small group mostly whites, while another part support k;, t I $ l!
It was at a Grand Jury hear- held banners and picketed the Dawkins and Mrs. Thomas, a i : ,/. : !
ing at which Judge Adkins was courthouse. Another curious inter locking of per-
presiding in an investigationof demonstrated before the group city's sonalities have been createdout I
charges of racial discrimi- daily of the campus. Learn Interior Decoration At JESCA ForS2.nn
newspaper, The Gaines- - - 'T"--- '"
nation in the Gainesville Po- ville Sun."Black. In Gainesvillethere is more
lice Department, when the than token integration in the If you want to make your es will be conducted by Mr. $2.00 for fifteen weeks begin-
mimeographed sheet, "Black public schools and in employment home more attractive and Edmund G. Burke who has ning Thursday,January 18.We
Voices," was circulated. The Voices" continuesto ; Race relations there is liveable and do the work your forty-five years experience in hope you will take advantageof
sheet claimed that the Jury was be published and circulated better than in most Florida self with the help of an expert, Interior Design and Decoration this opportunity to Improve
"Klan infested" and referredto in Gainesville, but without cities. That's the reason for the James E.Scott Community Mr. Burke also designedand your knowledge of home beautification -
Negro members of the Juryas the names of the coeditors.In the uneasiness of the city's Assn., 4901 NW 7th Avenue, implemented the remodeling .
Uicle Toms, and warning an issue it editorially cal- population, especially as the phone: 758-4791, a United and decoration of the Com The classes, will consist of
that the black 1 community led upon the black communityto cause of the tension is the jail- Fund Agency is giving you that munity Room at James E.Scott Color Harmony, Room Planning
would "remember who they "burn white Gainesville ing of the two activists without opportunity. Community Association. Decorations, Curtains,
were." down" if Dawkins and Mrs. allowing bonds for their re- Mr. Archie W. Hardwick, Drapery, Carpet Selection;
The contempt charges Thomas were not rebased lease.FRANKLIN'S the new Director says class- The cost of this series is how to buy and get proper value
stemmed from these remarks for your money.
that have kept the two coeditors / There will also be six field
in jail; the Negro, Irvin Negro /Methodists Seek Role In "New Situation"lition trips tole a ding Wholesale

(Jack) Dawkins, jailed for six ... Furniture Showrooms and
months, the white woman, Cincinnati, Ohio. A Na- of the Central Jurisdic- results from i series of pre- Methodist Church," General Factories; Wallpaper Show-
Mrs. Carol Thomas, for four tional conference of Negro tion as a symbol of segrega- liminary meetings of Negro Conference legislation and Issues rooms and Factories, Modern,
months. Methodists to explore and develop tion, effective this year, and churchmen during the past strategy beyond General Vinyl Tile for floor and wall
The Judge said that he did strategy for their "new the continuance of"segregation year. About 1,000persons Conference, which will be at decor. Leading display rooms
not question the defendants' situation" in the Methodist in less visible forms" have been invited to participate Dallas, Tex., April 21-May 4. for lighting fixtures, wall
right of free expression when Church has been called for within the church, accordingto including both those now Focus of the conference will decor and incidental furnishing .
he ruled that the circulation Feb. 6-9 inCincinnati.Several the Rev. James M. Lawson, or formerly within the Central be on issues with reference to as well as lectures by leading
"Black Voices" in proximityto hundred lay ministerial Memphis, Term., chairman of Jurisdiction and others in Ne- Negro leadership in Methodism Carpet manufacturers.
the grand jurors and wit- leaders are expected. the conference steering com, gro Methodist churches out- with particular concern Curtain and Drapery uphols-
nesses waiting to testify was The "new situation" mlttee. side that organization. They for "recruitment, meaningful tery materials. We will also
clear and deliberate contempt centers primarily in the abo- The "working conference" will Include Negroes who are participation and involvementin have an interesting afternoonin
delegates to the denomina the total church at every how to take care of your
tion's 1968 General Confer- level of its life;" on the establishment furniture, draperies and car-
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ence, members of the church's of new prioritiesin pets with the latest approval
CARPET national boards and staffs and the cities; on exploration of methods. This course is a co-
educators, as well as pastorsand "what the black church bringsto operative effort of the Adult
8650 laymen. All will attend as the new church," and on Education Home Economics
NW 22 Ave. individuals rather than as "our responsibility as Department and the Home
delegates. churchmen to the continuing Economics Department and
SPECIALIZING IN Keynote speaker Wednesday church." the Dade County Schools.

morning will be the Rev Dr. . ,
RUG SALES & CLEANING Earnest A,Smith, Washington, JI
D.C., director of human relations Call
COMMERCIAL CLEANING & for the Methodist Bond }
of Christian Social Concernsand Nr
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These will be 03 the
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I Homeless Must Be Housed.



Says Little HUD BoardThe LE-


new advisory board of by the tenant as though he were To find new homes for every __ ,
the Housing and Urban Development In public housing. The balance family and individual who have r
on which there are is furnished by HUD. been displayed by urban renewal
two Negroes, advised Metro The federal government Is projects j will take no
housing director Haley Sofge, expected by HUD to raise the less than two to three years,
Tuesday to try to speed up relocation limit that HUD may pay to the said Urban Renewal Director A + ;
of persons who were landlords. Norman Watson. And it is not v

left homeless. by urban renewal Sofge said that under the expected for urban renewal t ii
to be be- __
present schedule HUD area one completed
Dana D. Chapman and Henry no more than $75 a month may pay fora for 1970. 11 &1 I t I a A\ rtjiii

Arrington are the two Negroeswho one-bedroom apartment,$85 Mr. Watson toldtheboardthat
are members of the Little for a two-bedroom apartmentunit in other business,that all
HUD Board. There was / and$100 for a threebedroom but five of the 60-block-like v.
unanimity among the membersof apartment. An increaseof "concrete monsters" in the
the board that the action $10 to $15 a month is need. county will be torn down and LI
should be taken. ed. replaced with better housing.He t
said that HUD has purchased :
The board members asked Under
the present plan, 37 of the 60. The five that .f
Mr. to
Sofge seek federal
approval .
Washington permits Metro'sHUD
will be left, after the bulldozer ar
rental to unit liberalize leasing a private to lease 500 private units have torn down the place, Ij L'Jf1Six
program. for displaced persons. But will be rehabilitated.It .
came The during direction his of Mr. Sofge Sofge says that at the present was thought by previous i Millionth Member Boy Scouts
briefing on rental levels, HUD has been urban renewal administratorsthat no/OoL
past, present and future activities able to find not more than 154 all of them would be re. When the computer at the Boys Scouts / in New Brunswick, N. J.

of Metro's Departmentof private units. paired.It got through digesting its daily in put of taped registration information last Tuesday,
HousingandUrbanDevelop- There remain 932 familiesto was agreed by the board it told a group of expectant executives that ?2-yeor old Michael Patillo of Pittsburgh,
ment for the advisory
agency's new be relocated, according to that it would meet with archi- Pa.was on the verge becoming the 6.millionthmember of the Boys Scouts of America.
board. Mr. Sofge, even though in the tects for the 600-unit additionto That evening, Mike (center-leFt received his Tenderfoot badge and Scout Handbookin
This call for a private program last year 873 families and 302 Robert King High Towersfor a formal ceremony, conducted in Pittsburgh by William J. Stephens (center right)
which allowsHUD to find individuals have been relocated the elderly and a proposed president of the Jones and Laughlin Steel Company and president of the Allegheny
rental units for displaced per from the first urban renewal 182-apartment project in Trails Council, BSA. On hand to help Mike usher into the nation's largest youth or-
sons and subsidized their rent target sara, about one the Jackson Memorial Hospital organization were his father, Leonard Patillo (left), Bedford Dwellings, and Elmer/
payments. The rental is paid half of them in public housing. complex. Holiday (right), Scoutmaster of Troop 363.

NAACP Leads All Right Groups .
Discrimination/
Against Negro -
Atlanta, Ga. Once again, Regional Council found that 75 Farmar with the assistance of
I the National Association for per cent of them approved the Dr. Martin Levin.

Teachers ProbedGross the Advancement of Colored NAACP with 2 per cent disap- Only 55 per cent of the young
Being
People has been rated No. 1 proving and 23 per cent expressing people approved the third organization -

discrimination secretary, "Prejudices and dominantly Negro schools. among civil rights organizations no opinion.Close be- ; 49 per cent, the

against Negro teachers,Involving bigotry resulting from social Phasing out Negro schools by an independent poll In every independent poll of fourth; and 37 per cent, the
unfair dismissal, and pressures within some communities and firing their teachers even of Negro opinion. Negro opinion the NAACP has fifth. Nearly two-thirds -- 66
disregard of the state's tenure are partly respon- while some Inferior white consistently topped all other per cent- approved nonviolence
laws, is the target for an investigation sible. The FEA fully Intendsto schools continue to operate. In a survey of Negro high civil rights organizations. Black power and riots
that The Florida challenge every action by Automatic i dismissal of school youths, 13 to 19 years were approved by 15 and 12
Education Association is now school officials which robs a teachers and administratorsfrom old, in Atlanta, the Southern Conyers and William .1. per cent, respectively.
conducting.Phil teacher of human dignity in his these phasedout
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Constans, execu- the color of his skin." opportunities to appeal. 1 j
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InTallahassee this "Our profession," Mr.Con- white schools in positionsthat 1
week, issued this statement; stans said, "will not standstill minimize contact with pu- '
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Frank J." .Rooney: Chosen Chairman Of Pilot Program To Bring Dental Care; fo I


NCCJ Brotherhood Dinner- Underprivileged Children
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The first step toward a national dental care program for less annually have never seena
Frank J. Rooney, long program .to. provide children. Studies .conducted dentist..
recognized in Florida asa comprehensive oral health through '"project head start" The ravages of dental
leader in civic affairs and the services for children is exr. indicate that dental care*is actually disease begin early. By age

building industry,has been appointed k; T aca petted to go into effect in July, the most needed health, two, 50 per cent of children
chairman of the 16th reports the American Dental service among disadvantaged have cavities, and by age 15,
Annual
Brotherhood Dinner of Association which will cele- pre-school children. the average teenager has 11
the Florida region of the Na- r brate the 20th National Child- Other studies show that decayed, missing or filled
tional Conference of Christ- ren's Dental Health Week, nearly 50 per cent of all teeth, the ADA reports.
tans and I jews, the Executive Feb 4-10. American children have never The Associaton hopes that
Committee of the Board of been to a dentist.The percentage the Children's Dental Health
Governors announced. The programembodiedin is even higher in rural and Grants will show the way for

The $100 a plate formil din- I x i 6 the Social Security Amend- low income areas; approxi- dealing effectively with this
ner will be heldat the Fontain- ry/g ments Act of 1967, was signedby mately 66 per cent of children mountainous oral health problem -
bleau Hotel in Miami Beach on the President inJanuary it in families earning $4,000 or .
is expected that will
Congress
Tuesday, Feb. 20 and is the '-
... .
.-- appropriate $5 million for the
principal means of support of
the Frank Rooney has been active Anniversary of the founding of program early in 1968.
NCCJ for its vast
program inthe National Conferenceof NCCJ is also being celebrated SPECIAL!
of
furthering the ideals and ,
Christians and Jews for at this time. Originally proposed by the
practice of brotherhood.The .
many years, has served on the! The National Conference of American Dental Associationas
highlight of the dinner Committee of 21, the Boy, Christians, and Jews is a national the Dental Health Programfor Restyle Mon.
each year is the presentationof Scouts of America, the Exe- civic organization, engaged Children, the Special project ,
Silver Medallions of cutive Advisory Committee ol f\ through its 65 local field Grants for Dental Healthof
Brotherhood Awards to three Children calls for the initia- Tues. Wed.
the
Florida Atlantic University offices, in promoting better
outstanding Floridians of the tion of ten pilot projects to ,
the Citizens'
Board of the i understanding between people
Catholic, Jewish and Protes- University of Miami and the. of all races, religions and cul provide 100,000 first-grade
tant Faiths. children of low income fami- Only $3.88
Board of Regents of Mary tures. Mrs. Harvey
Recipients of these awards mount College.He lies with comprehensivedental
last year were Sidney. is a past president of the! "NCCJ, through its pro- care starting July 1.
grams involving youth teachers
EXPERT STYLING
Ansin, Joseph Miami &
M. Fitzgeraldand Builders'
Exchange,
> clergy, police, civic and The legislative authority for
the late Mayor Robert King the South Florida Chapter oi.
business leaders, is working the project program extendsfor CLEANINGALL
High.Mr. the Associated General Con- toward four the
achieving equal opportunity years. Initially
Rooney, president of tractors and the Assodated for all will finance 75
Mr. Rooney government per CREDIT CARDS HONORED
Frank :
J. Rooney Construction General Contractors oi f
said. cent of the total cost of the program
Company, one of south Flori- America.The "It is up to each one of us to with state and local authorities -
da's largest contractors, succeeds NCCJ Brotherhood Din do everything In our power in supplying thebal- 100 % Human
DanB. Ruskin and Harry ner is always held during Brotherhood our own business and community ance.
Hood Bassett, the previous Week, this year -- lives to further this
general dinner chairmen. February 18-25. The Fortieth i l purpose." The ADA sees this as an im-
portant first step toward a national Hair Wigs

DuPont Gives $727,500 Grant to mately program will provide which compre-ulti-

I hensive dental care for all
American children. Govern- Buy 1, Get 1 Free

16 Negro CollegesWilmington ment money would be used,
however, to support dental
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service only for indigent
Del The Du Howard University, Washington locating $10,000 for the Fac-,children. Private sources, including -
Pont Company's program of D. C. Chemistry De- ulty Interchange Program of prepaid dental insurance 'Iawe ,
aid to education for 1968 includes partment; Morgan State Col- the American Society for En would provide the funds WIGS

grantstotaling$187- lege, Baltimore, Md.Chem gineering Education which needed to make oral health
500 for interracial educationof istry Department; North. aims to strengthen engineering services available for the non- WIGLETS & fALLS'
which $127,500 is in direct Carolina College of Agrl$ul-' education'in predominant indigent.The .
grants to, 16 predominantly ture and Technology, Greens- ly.Negro colleges through fac
Negro colleges. The total fig- boro, N. C.Mechanical En- ulty Interchange with top en- ADA contends that 4419 NW 17 Ave. 633-9370
ure represents an increase of gineering Department. gineering schools Another there is an imperative need for
65 per cent over 1967. North Carolina College at $25,000 is allocated to the Up-

Durham, N. C. Cbemlstrj r ward Bound program pioneered -
The program of direct Dept.; Southern University and; at the University of Dela-
grants includes one capital A & M College, Baton Rouge, ware under a Du Pont grant and
grant of $50,000 to Tuskegee La. Chemistry Dept.; Ten- subsequently supported also
Institute, Tuskegee, Ala., toward nessee A&I State University, by Federal funds. A $3,000 WIGSBELOW
the new engineering Nashville, Tenn.- Mechanical contribution will go to a con-
building and 15 grants aimed at Engineering Department; sortium in graduate education

improvement of science and Tuskegee Institute, Tuskegee, in business for Negroes operated WHOLESALE PRICES
engineering teaching. The Ala. Mechanical Engineering by Indiana University,
company isalsopledging$15000 ,- Department; Virginia stat i Bloomington, Ind.; Washington
to support the special program College, Petersburgh, Va.-, University, St. Louis, Mo., and
at Miles College, Bir- Chemistry Department. the University of Wisconsin, WIGLETS
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proving the educational levelof contributed toward',various is setting aside $22,000to : '
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shop in Nassau was the Jan. 19 dinner meeting when Premier Lyndon 0. Pindling 1LB. BOX
addressed the group. Shown sharing o joke with the Premier are: Vernon Mitchell,
Columbus (Ga.) News; Garth C. Reeves, Miami Times; Premier Pindling; N. A. TAYSTEE
Sweets, St. Louis American; and Clayton Willis, New York Amsterdam News.
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Bahama IslandsThe .- In response to a question- American Newspapers, Baltimore 1 WHITE
National Newspaper Pub- about the opportunities avail- ; Herbert Wright, Phillip
lishers Association ended its able to U. S. Negroes to investin Morris Co.; Robert Brown, POTATOES 10 39
"most productive" and pre- the Bahamas, Mr. Foulkes Woolworth Co.; Mrs. Inez Las.
cedebt-setting Midwinter said his country would "very Kaiser, the Seven-up Company
Workshop Saturday in the much like to have a Negro- Kelvin Wall, the Coca-Cola
super-plus Nassau Beach controlled banking institution Co., and Joseph Christian,the
Hotel. ." Would his country accept Seagram Co.
Devoted to "Profits in Pub- financial contribution Also, Balm Leavell, pub- NECK BONES 10
lishing," the three-day session from American Negroes? The lisher of the Gary (Ind.) Cru- LB.
was attended by some 60 Bahamian Government certainly sader; William Toles, Conti-
prsons, Including publishersand would, he said. nental Baking Co.; Mark Hyman TURKEY
their representatives, On behalf of mayor A. J. Procter-Silex Co.;Chris
market developers and public Cervantes of St. Louis, N. A, Connor, Pepsi-Cola; Steve
relations specialists.In Sweets, publisher of the Si. Lockett, Seagram Co.;Dan DRUMSTICKS 'LB 19Gr.
a stirring address to a Louis American, presentedMr. Kean, Gulf Oil Co.; Charles
flittering dinner gathering on Foulkes with a scroll of (Chuck) Williams, Schenley
Friday night, Prime Minister the famousGatewayArchinSt. Co.; Edwin Krause, Canada
Lynden 0. Pindling berated the Louis. He also presented the Dry Corp.; and Dan Day, U.S. A. Florida or Georgia Shipped DAD WHOLE
"Prophets of Doom"who pre- scroll to Edward Atkinson, Department of Housing and
dicted that his fledgling coun- public relations representative Urban Development.
try, which assumed internal of the Carnation Company, MANY SOCIAL EVENTSA
independence last year, would and JohnH. Murphy, HI, presi- round of social and entertainment PRYERS Ib.25C
not survive. dent of NNPA and president of events unmatched in
While "we have just about the Afro-American Newspapers NNPA history, kept the work
reached the starting line," in Baltimore. shop participants constantlyon
Mr. Pindling said, "weare The U. S. Involvementin the move. These includeda YOU GET HONESTWEIGHT AT FREDDYS
happy to say that we made it Vietnam was critically examined cocktail party hosted by Mr.
through the first year without at an emotion-packed Pindling; a dazzling nightclub NORTHERN
disaster." He credited the dinner meeting Thursday show hosted by the Nassau
progress made thus far to the evening. Hon. Turner B.Shel- Beach Hotel, and a visit to the TISSUE 39
"great enthusiasm" mani- ton, American Consul Generalat Paradise Island Casino hosted 4 ROLL PKG LB.
fested by his islands'tremendous Nassau, set off at livelyde- by the management. Mrs.
people." bate when he asserted that the Juanita Sims of Philadelphia,
The Bahamian government United States would relent-
an official of the Bahamian
is to "catch "he continue its resistanceto SUNSHINE
beginning on, lessly
Ministry of Tourism, was responsible -
added, because of the "com- "the Chinese Communist for the coordinationof '
plete involvement" of "our belligerents" in South Viet- these activities. u!

happy" people in the pursuit of nam.Montgomery At Paradise Island, NNPA SUGAR .
the Bahamian government'snational Curtis of the witnessed a dazzling final
objectives. ;i Miami Herald led a spirited night performance by enter-
Mr. Pindling paid tribute to editorial workshop on Friday tainer Diahann Carroll. SALES LIMIT I WITH $5.00 ORDER OR MORE
the many Americans, includ- devoted to "Profits in publishing NNPA members and guests
ing members NNPA,and especially via the News Room." visiting paradise Island were
Louis Martin, an He was joined by Frank L. treated to a pleasant surprise 60 CT.
NNPA founder and Deputy Stanley, editor-publisher when Bahamian Senator
Chairman of the Democratic the Louisville Defender and Stneon Bowe acted as driveron NAPKINS EACH lotPICNICS
National Committeewhoseadvice James D. Williams, former the trip from the Nassau
counsel and supportover editor of the Washington Afro- Beach Hotel to the resort and
the years have helped him American and currently a pub- return.A .
to overcome the many lic affairs specialist for the number of luncheons and
obstacles that lay in his path Office of Economic Opportunity. receptions were hosted by
The Prime Minister, whose represntatives of the Coca-

speech whose enthusiastically PANEL PARTICIPANTSOther Cola, Carnation, Pepsi-Cola,
spplauded, also said profes- panel participants F. W. Woolworth, Seagram, 1 *
sional baseball would make its during the week included; Ken- 7-Up, Proctor-Silex, Philip
first appearance in the Baha- neth Drew, publisher,Queen's Morris, and Canada Dry com-
mas this year when the Los Voice, New York City; Mrs. panis, and American Air-
Angeles Dodgers meet the Pit- Doris Horn of the Wilkinson lines. 33
tsburgh Pirates in two games. Company, New York City; At the final session on Saturday LB.

FOULKES SPEAKSAt Vernon Mitchell, publisher of NNPA adopted three
the Columbus (Ga)News; N.A. resolutions. One urged all M r1'- .
a luncheon on Thursday, 1
Arthur A. Foulkes, member of Sweets of St. Louis; C. C.De- members to join "with pro-
the House Assembly, staunch joie, editor and business manager jet Operation Breadbasketand
of the Louisiana Weekly, its fight to secure full par-
member of the Progressive
Orleans Fred D. Seng- in employment and
Liberal Party, and editor of- New ; ticipation
stacke, Chicago Daily Defen- equal opportunity for promotion
the Bahamian Times, reassured .
NNPA that"responsible der.Also, Garth Reeves, editor industry.in American" business and TAIL LB.
people" were in control in the OX 254
Bahamas. He asserted real Miami Times; Kenneth A second resolution called .
Wilson, vice president for ad- upon the U. S. Government to
"Black Power" in the Bahamas -
in the "majority of vertising, AfroAmericanNewspapers assign Negroes to the American -
lay
and Howard H, Consul General's staff inNassau.
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sentially they are all a Ii k e. away from the nightclubs
Nassau, Bahamas. -Thereare ly different. There are small, goombay music with their flickering
two faces to this famous wooden dwellings, streets no They purvey
Africa candles their mellifluous
had its origins ,
which!
resort hard the One is
by sea. larger than alleys and alleysno
before the Bahamas were dis- voices and their noisy percussion -
the face of business-= the hur- larger than goat}paths.
covered. With this overpowering instruments and listen to
ried figures going about their Market Street inGrant's Town
haunting music the visitor the music that comes from
work on Bay Street, the soundof and Blue1 Hill Road in Bain's ,
interpretationsof cottage windows latticed ver-
finds modern ,
taxis skittering through Town are a little broader but
y ancient jungle fire dances, andahs or the shadows of alley
crowded side streets and all both suburban communitieswere
the noises of life. The slave dances that depict a people's cul-de-sacs.
city old before city planningwas ;
long-standing suffering, Be quiet for an instant and
other face is that of the native popular and the topo- _
__ like the listen. From somewhere out
r4 and dances limbo,
towns "over the hill, where graphical confusion that resulted .
r' which go back so far in history of the darkness will come lilting
time seems to run little from this lack of plan-
their beginnings i have been songs and intoxicating rhy-
slower where the pace is ning is actually the main .
thms from drums. The music
easier and where the sounds of charm of these Bahamian Villages forgotten.The .
tourist finds some of will be the music oft
and
mellow Bahamian voices .
y t -s. this nightlife a trifle artificial. -- music that had its beginning
rhythmic drums mute the Old-time residents say existence J
garish noises of the city. has changed but littlein It has to be, for it is the lifeblood half a world away.

\ of many an entertainer.But Once you have walked the
the last centurv. Houses ,
No tourist on a visit to Nassau /
still crowd the streets as if it is legitimate music, narrow streets over the hill"
should go home without go- & honest in its origins and hon- you will know the other face
ing "over the hill" to see how front yards were a menace. 'T1ds :
life is lived in communitiesthat The women's costumes are 1' est in its cadences. If this of the Bahamas warm, sen-

are throwbacks to older, gayer in these communitiesthan seems implausible, just stroll timental and romantic

.. easier days. The best timeto they are in Nassau, often _

go sightseeing, naturally rivaling the bougainvillea and ; ; _

in the daytime when bright other flowering vines that

sunshine makes picturetaking cling to houses and fences.

easy and the multitude of Grant's Town was founded in E

1829 and got its name from -
colors
brighter.He ... .
Gen. Sir Lewis Grant, then ". ...12_ -, ;;
will find the nearest governor of the Bahamas. It
the high seas. Bain's Town, driver to go "over the hill'."
communities, Grant's Town was settled by 370 Negroes
named for an early resident is out of the
When dinner way,
and Bain's Town, fascinatingHe rescued from a slave ship on
-.- .. was settled by freed Negro Grant's Town and Bain's Town

slaves who had come from the came to life again -- gay,pic-

Gold Coast of Africa. Their turesque and exciting.

e descendants still reside in the 1 ..
This is when te music of
little cottages that give this
the islands
comes beating upon
village its unique character.
the eardrums like a leitmotif

These towns, and other localities of the tropics. There is music

just beyond, are lumped for all tastes but those who

together In the phrase"over long for authenticity will listen

the hill." The reason is a most eagerly for the beat of the

simple one, tied directly to goo m bay drums, direct de-

topography. Just back to scendants of the drums that

Nassau and the other shore re echoed along the Congo cen- -
NASSAU BAHAMAS Mrs. Ethel Poitier, sister-
sort areas on the north shoreof turies ago.Goombay. ,
New Providence Island runsa in-law of actor Sidney Poitier, demonstrates Straw Mar-
ridgeback following a rough rhythms are indigenous ket art form as she embroiders mats with "raFFia." This

east and west axis. To get from to the Bahamas.Theyare mat shows four Royal Bahamas policemen welcoming/
different from
1 the c enter of busy Naauto calypso Luci/ and Pat Nugent to Nassau.
the suburbs stretching awayto music in Trinidad, different What diamonds are to Amsterdam and watches to
from the music that is heard
the south one must go up Switzerland, straw hats bags and novelties/ are to the
late
at night in the valleys of
y. sl. over this ridge and everythingon Haiti and Santo Domingo. To Bahamas. They are one of the best known national I

the far side has come to be the untutored American ear "trademarks" in the world'and the tourist who conies

known as "over the hill." the difference may not be too back from the golden isles without something made of

impressive but it is there and straw is as rare as violets in the snow.
While the tourist will wantto the true musician, distin-, The straw market in Nassau, hard by the govern-

l. : see these colorful areas in guishes one from the other. ment center and the cruise ship piers, has become an

the daylight he will miss a institution. It is as photogenic and as alluring as the

wonderful experience if he Your driver will take you to bookstalls along the Seine in Paris, the curio shops on

doesn't go back again long such night spots as the Yellow the Ponte Vecchio in Florence or San Francisco's cable

after the sun has gone down. Bird, the Drumbeat, the Cat

That is the time to whistle upa and Fiddle and the Banana cars.
the who the marketat
To tourists arrive by sea straw
surrey a carriage with a Boat. One may hold an appeal i
Rawson Square is almost the first attraction they
and ask the for the others don't but
too
fringe on -- you esJack's -
spot. Its 177 stalls are scattered along the plaza, spill-

Bahamas Premier CommentsOn ing over onto Bay Street, the city's chief business

thoroughfare.

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Bahamas. The sion with the object of controlling HENDERSON TRAVEL AND NORTH'S TRAVELOF

government of this island the existing casinos on ATLANTA OF MIAMI

country believes it is essen- Grand Bahama and Paradise

tial that the Bahamas: should Islands and ensuring that they l U) rsonal/y (bscorted

not be looked upon as a gamb- are conducted fairly and

ling resort and has made it efficiently. The commission, 11 TH ANNUAL TEACHERS

clear that no extension of casino he said, will not be empowered -

thorized.gambling will be au- to licenses.grant new casiogambling EUROPEAN STUDY TOURin


"Every effort will be cooperation with
Two casinos are now in
made," he continued, "To ensure ALL STATE TEACHERS ASSOCIATION
operation -- one at Paradise
that neither old nor new
Island here and in
one Free-
undesirable elements be England Holland Belgium 'Luxembourg Germany
port, Grand Bahama. A thirdis
scheduled to reopen in attracted into the Bahamas because Switzerland Liechtenstein Austria Italy

of existence of these casinos Monaco France
Freeport shortly. Premier

L y n den 0. Pindling, addres- government intendsto Leave New York 8 . Return
promote the Islands as a July July 29, 1968
sing the House of Assemblyon MEN'S WEARSEE
holiday resort by encouragingall
( January 16), enunciated thegovernment's
THREE WEEKS
aspects of recreational facilities 11 COUNTRIES
policy "MR. JACK"
,including fishing, sailing !- ONLY $799.00REGISTER

golfing, flying, athletic FOR
pointed out that the cer- NOWI
activities and increasing op- STYLES FOR ALL AGES
tificate ore xe m p t i o n s--the
legal term here for a casino portunities for travel to ther The Very Latest in Men's Fashions PROFESSIONAL ADVANTAGE OF TOUR

gambling license -- granted bj Out Islands with the emphasis SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS Ctrtlfitatt R.n.wal Salary lncr.m.ntInspired
upon the rei a xatio n and recreation Clauroom
the preceding United Ba- ITALIAN SHOES Instruction
hamian Party government that can be obtained ,, Academic Credit Available In Some Stat.s

Paradise Island Ltd providedthat from the natural advantagesof 944 NW 2nd AVE. MIAMI, FLORIDA 'Enrich.d Increased Historical International' and Cultural Background
the sun, the sea and the Undemanding
no other casino may: be
permitted in New Providence, beaches. The existing casino RESERVATIONS ARE VERY LIMITED
facilities will be
gambling regarded -
on which located the capital city of as only one of the vari- Phone: 633-3084 or 634-9349 MAKE YOUR PLANS NOW AND
Nassau: .is; or adjacent
ous activities which are avail __ AVOID DISAPPOINTMENTLATE
to? _
pays .ten years.: The government -
I ,',be said, has no intention able to visitors." WILLIAMS INC. RESERVATIONS CANNOT BE GUARANTEED
,
abrogating this. The A

gaming enterprises operatingat Premier Lynden O Pindling JAMES C. WILLIAMS $100.00 Deposit will hold your reservation,

FreeportGrandBahamam his launched a "courtesy Second payment of $200.00 due April 1 1.1 1968

are limited' to two casinos. campaign' throughout the Bahamas Land Clearing, Landscaping and Bulldozing CALLOR WRITE

: "to motivate Bahamians Trees Cut and Trimmed

The pointed out intheir, Jobs and in the North's Travel Bureau
that the] will intro common task of promoting the Top Soil and Fill

duce a'I. ) e, for the estab- islands as a favorite vacation ' Light Paving and Wrecking PH: 379-3451 1104 NW 3rd AVE.

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North Dade Junior High Prepares For I


"Project You"The f
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nay{ North Dade Junior High cation; Mr. David Pemberton Eastern Air Lines and basedin
Guidance Department as announced of the Maccabees Mutual Insurance Miami. Mr.William Throw

by Principal Chalres Company; Mr. Clifford er, eighth grade history teacher -
D. Wyche is busily preparing LaBar, Assistant Principal will serve as consultant.
for the Dade County Public for Vocational Training at The entire two-week period
School "Project You" unit. Miami Carol CitySenior High; promises to be rewarding and
This unit begins Jan. 29 and Mrs. M. L. Waller, Jr. of the meaningful for every eighth
will last through February 9. Career College in Coral grade pupil according to Mrs.
Guidance and curriculum at Gables; and Miss Odette Marguerite V. Miller, Head
the local level are coordinating Curry, Stewardess for Counselor.
'
1 / efforts in order to assistall
eighth grade pupils in developing -
a real interest in

their educational and vocational Our pack
futures. This county
,. unit is being supplemented
., through varied classroom activities becomes your: pack
..i as well as the utili- JL

I\: zation of resource personnel. when yo"pen it
up.
According to the Guidance Department -

parents will be especially -

..... . invited to visit the
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telecasts for this unit and to
Five of the flying students say thank you to their volunteer instructors at the observe in English classes

I &locka' airport. From the left is GregoryDennis,16530 NW 18th Ave, Jimmy Eady. where followup activities will ..
2255 NW 165th $*>, Evan Forde, 16520 NW 19th Ave., Robert Sweeting, 15771 NW be conducted.All .
18th Ct., Billy/ Braxton, 1731 All Baba Ave., and instructors Harry Mursten and efforts will be generally
Joseph Cabella.FOP/ ,concerned with establishingpupil
awareness for individual

/ Project Sparks CareersIn values upon which vocational

I ed.educational goals may be bas

Each counselor along with
AviationA
curriculum personnel will
take the leadership during the
dozen junior high school ducted on-the-ground classesin volunteer instructors last ITV classroom period to which
students from Miami may air traffic, manuvering and week beside one of the Cesna resource persons will be
someday seek careers in Dade the basic scientific principlesof Skyhawk planes they had flown, scheduled. Among those resource -
County's number one industry flying. presenting MurstenandCabella persons expected to
aviation -- because two Mi- It was into the air for prac- with a set of sculptured appear are; Miss Stella John-
ami architects took the timeto tical demonstrations of metal wings the youths made son, former graduate of North

share their interest in flying the classroon topics.In themselves.The Dade Senior High and now a

their first flight, most of architects plan to instruct senior at FSU and presently
The architects, Harry Mur- the students were interested in a second class begin- interning in Dade County in the
sten and Joseph Cabella, both spotting Miami landmarks and ning next month. "The bene- area of Visiting Teacher Edu-
experienced amateur pilots, their homes and schools.By fits of the flying program are '
ran a course for the youths recently the last trip, however, a twofold," said Mursten. "it Is Sir Robert McAlpine &Sons
as an Economic Oppor- remark such as "we're making an introduction to an industry (Bahamas) Ltd. has been rf
tunity Program volunteer pro- a left bank at 2,500 feet was that is growing in job oppor- awarded a contract to erect a
ject to teach them the funda- of more interest. tunities and it demonstrates, $3.5 million commercial block
mentals of flying. Five of the boys in the first in a way that is fun,the practical of offices and shops on Nas
Cab II a and Mursten con- class said thank you to their benefits of studying." sau's Ba y Street, to be com-
The off and the
pleted by February, 19 69.The name comes

complex is owned by Beaumont taste Comes
comes on. on good.
(Bahamas) Ltd., which Is
High School Press Workshop HOLMES ELEMENTARYThe under the management of the )
school family are bub- .
I Trust Company of the Baha- A product of P, Lorillard/ Co., Est'1760 c \v,
bling with excitement over our Ltd.

at FAMU Feb. 8-10 recent Art Exhibit Winners. .mas....................e.u.ee.........oeee.o..............I
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Through the efforts of our : ii
Tallahassee.Fledg art teacher, Mrs. Ruth Black-
EARN i
Nursing Course ing young Journalists attendingthe nell, students entered an Exhibit i
18th Annual Florida A&M sponsored by Jordan : ,ore v :
Opens University InterscholasticPress Marsh Stores. The theme was
Workshop will have the centered around the circus i r 40 % i
February 12 opportunity of hearing all which was in our city at the .
about the new concepts in the time. S de w
Dade County, along with the 1 1 dy :
media i of mass comm unica. : COMMISSIONo
rest of the country is facingan tions. Drawings entered in the .
acute shortage of trained contest were displayed at the G w pt te 0 dv ec .
nursing personnel. The workshop is scheduledto Biscayne Blvd. Jordan Marsh .. .
Starting February 12, the be held at Florida A&M Feb. Store. From the entries,these .S
Lindsey Hopkins Education 8-10. The theme for the three- boys were selected as win- : % : .
Center will begin a twelve day confab is "New Conceptsin ners; ,, .e
p
month course in Practical the Media of Mass Com. ..
Nursing Students will attend munications." Discussions Terry Morley, 12 years old, ; .
class from 8:30a.m.: until 3:30 will be held on the electronics subject, "Pepe The Clown," ..
p.m., Monday through Friday. media which will be on radio teacher, Mr. Lee Lowery's 0. i wh ii N -p to f 1i. .
They will receive training in and television, printing media sisth grade class,and Thomas i. t S p ..
medical and surgical nursing, involving separate sessions on Sutton, 11 years old, subject .. I..
geriatric nursingmaternity the school newspaper and the "Leopard in a cage," teacher e I
T' o
and pediatric 'nursing. relations and Mrs. Dorothy Sawyer's sixth e a f t.
yearbook, public w, 'Nr ,eit 1MamN m ee .
Clinical instruction will be advertising, and the graphic grade class. .. I..
given at North Miami which will include print- by 1ve epS
Mercy, arts
General and Hollywood Memorial ing and photography. The boys each received four .S em r a t N evwu I 1 pt ED ;
tickets for reserved seats at may
Hospitals and also at the ion a'mev ;
Jewish Homo for the Aged. David C. Collington, direc- the Ringling Bros. Circus, at .. r, e$\ e ba/vre/ r .
All instruction is given un- tor of the wlrkshopanddirec- the Miami Beach ConventionHall. end f, NNSi urot.t ..
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der tor ofFAMU'sDivision of University .
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:have been especially trainedas each area will be staffed with to our boys. a "" o< Times for 99,. Sell them for 15< a .
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the course will be approxi- engaged in journalistic work. principal. ; this profit plus your original 99< in- ;
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18 THE MIAMI. TIMES_ Friday, January 26, 1968
IN MEMORIAM v IN MEMORIAMIn MEMORIAM I

memory of In loving memory of

I. I CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS t mother In loving and father memory of our MISS DAISY WRIGHTThe .... -

years have passed very k
since left us Jan..
swiftly you
DAVIS
BEATRICE
26, 1964, but the memory of fr.

I, IN MEMORIAM CARD OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAMIn who departed this life Jan.25, you shall tarry long after. (._ _

In sad:but loving memory of family of the late memory of our dear love 1951 AndWILLIAM Mrs. Sellna Jackson, Mrs. t

__ Edna Thomas Miss Selina
one ,
ALBERT TAYLOR JR. ... ..... .fi, < .'_ DAYIS Wilson, and Mrs. Carrie

w ; who departed this life Jan.22, Roper, nieces. f
wish to take this method of
1966.
thanking the friends and RICHARDSONB.
many e May they rest in peace, and
neighbors for the cards, flowers shine MRS. BESSIE KATES
on
may light perpetual F. Roux residing at 15920
and all kindness' shown
them. NW 18th Ct. died Jan. 17 in
during our hour of bereave- who departed this life Jan. 27
Mt. Sinai Hospital. He Is sur- ,
ment. Special thanks to Range
Lurlean Hepburn, Robert vived by a wife Plinnie; two 1967.
Funeral Home co-workers of
Davis, William Davis, Jr., brothers, Malary and Palmer; Sweet are the memories that
Jackson and
Mercy Hospitals, Leonard Davis, {Katherine one daughter, Pearl; four sis- never fade of the dear one we
Rev. Foster, Rev.Wiggins and Cash and Bloneva Smith, ters, Mrs. Gertrude Swain, love but could never save.

members of Antioch Baptist I children. Etta Woods, PatriciaRouxand Sleep on and take your rest.

fJ.t.I; !1JMJR1Uiiiin J-I: Church. Clemetine Thumbetez; nieces We love you but God love you
_
The Adams Rozier, Stra- '1 ;- best.
and nephews. Funeral service
IDELLA ROMER
chan, Bradley, Jackson, and MRS. ELLA L. GRANBERRY
d t d Thursday
MEMORIAMIn will be c o n u c e
who this life Jan. 7 Taylor families IN
departed WILLIAMS
Jan. 25, at 4:00 p.m.in st. PaulA The Family

1968. ...ME.. .
sad but -
Sweet are the memories that who departed this life Jan. 29 loving mmory
IN MEMORIAMIn I of my beloved husband ALBERT
.. never fade 1966. ,,. -, Samson Jones of Homesteaddied
Of one we loved but never save. loving memory of The battle was fought and Jan. 19th. Remains were Mrs. LueAnner Ivey, 1209

Sleep on Idella and take your the victory won.Servant of God .AL'"t shipped to Enterprise,Ala- NW 6th Ave., Fla. City, died

rest. We love you but God well done. bama, for final rites. Jan. 14th Funeral serviceswee

loves you best. held I Saturday. Amongher

r,. Mr. Willie Williams, hus- Alfred Hicks residing at 441 survivors are eight daugh-
Mrs Marie Dean, mother { 1 4W{, ters, Mesdames Mattie and
bandMrs. NW 7th St., died Jan. 16. He
and family < Genesta M Sweeting, is survived by a wife Hiawathatwo Anna Whipple,Annie Bell Wal-

God-daughter. sisters Mrs Susie Scott der, Fannie Smith, Leona

CARD OF THANKSThe and Mrs. Malissa Heard; four Morris, Carrie Balls, Hattie

family of the late nieces, Olivia Harris, Caluda Hexon; four sons, Clarence,
IN MEMORIAMIn Strickland, Gussie Scott and Silas, Jr., Eddie Lee and John

Judy Thomas; four brothers, nie C. Ivey,
loving of dear
memory my
Linnie, Sammie, William and
husband, Eddie. Remains were shippedto Ulysses Harris, 240 NW 11

w '..S;,; 'rr ,.', St. Augustine, Saturday, for St., apt. No. 12, died Jan. 17.

f ,1 ... final rites. Among survivors are a ,foster
f 1 ? 1
sister Mrs. Ruth
Highsmith,
$ CHARLES E. MILLER
........,,.\'. .,.. _,_ a'-" ? Mrs. Addie Howard of 1741 a foster brother, George

8s who departed this life, Jan.30, NW 3rd Court, died Jan. 18 In Folsom Funeral services
ANDREW A. HOPKINSwho 1967. Jackson Hospital. She is sur- were conducted from the

x I cannot say and I will not say vived by two daughters, Mary v ha pel.

passed away Jan. 27,1961 he is dead, he is Just away. Howard and Maggie Wells;

Let fate do her worst; there j May he rest in peace and light three brothers 0. J., Ed, and Robert E. McKay, 1210 NW

are relics of Joy, e perpetual shine on him. Jessie Sampson; three sisters 5th Ct, Apt. 5, died Jan. 18.

r.L18IA- Bright dreams of the past, Sadly missed by Marie McCloud, Mattie Wil- Among survivors are his

JOHN FINCH which she cannot destroy: Lorraine Murray Miller, son and Mary Wilson; three widow, Bernice; parents Mr.

wish to express their sincere Which come in the night-t me wife great grandchildren; 5 great and Mrs. c. J. McKay; three
of sorrow and care. Funeral daughters, Mesdames Robin
grands. service will ,
thanks to the friends and Keith Rolle, StepsonIN
many
And bring back the features that be Valioie, Deidre four brothers
neighbors of 70th St. for their SPENCER HARRIS conducted Saturday Jan. 27, ;
cards flowers and kindness Joy used to wear. who departed this life Jan.23, at 2.-30 p.m. in Israel Bethel Willie, Charlie, Cornelous,
; during, our bereavement.The Long, long be my heart with 1967 Baptist Church. James, two sisters, Mes-

such memories filled. Gone but not forgotten, Inclined MEMORIAMIn dames, Margaret, Minnie. He

family Like the vase In which roses Thy Ear 0 Lord unto loving memory of our beloved Infant Girl Jordan 420 NW will repose Wednesday after-

have once been distilled- prayer. husband, father and bro- 9th St., died Jan. 22 in Jack- noon until shipping time

IN MEMORIAMIn You may break, you may shat- Where in we humble pray I Jier. son Hospital. She is survivedby Thursday 10 a.m. to Dothan,

ter the vase if you will, Thee to show Thy mercy upon N.-..""::::< 1"7'. ---__ a mother, Mrs. Phyllis Jor- Ala
sad, but loving memoryof But the scent of the roses will the soul thy servant, Spencer, dan. Graveside service will beheld

the late hang round it still whom Thy has commanded to r 'r Jan. 24, in Lincoln Mem- Mis. Gertrude Campbell,

l_ S WM.HI __"9_ Ml\ .BMII pass out the region of peace orial Cemetery.H. 2140 Service Rd., Opa-locka,
The FamilyIN and light and bid him partaken I died Jan. 20.Among survivors
B. Ferguson of 274
with i Mil- are one sister Ethel Steward
Thy Saint though Jesus, ler Ave. ,
Brooklyn New York
five brothers Davie Willie
our Lord. ,
MEMORIAMIn died Jan. 22, in Middletown, I Charlie, Isiah, St. Clair, Sam
Connecticut. He was retired
a
Bernice, Harris wife Thomas Funeral services Saturday -

sad but loving memory of Louise Brown, Sherman, h funeral insurance service agent of Afro : Jan. 27th, 2:00 p.m.
will be
the late, Lenny Adams, sisters, conducted First Baptist Church.
Saturday, Jan. 27, at
Fred Harris,brother 1:00: p.m. in Greater Bethel Miss Clara Rhodes, 2175

... ... and family AME Church. NW 7 Ave, died Jan. la Among

/ (V\. .,,f,' Samuel Mathas died Jan 22 'survivors are three sisters,
IN MEMORIAMIn In Jackson Mesdames Fannie paxton of
1, Hospital.He is survived -
Detroit. Susie
i/fL' RhoBaltimore
by a wife Clara. Ar- ----
.d- sad, but loving memoryof rangements are incomplete. Funeral serviceswere
our dear husband and father. OTIS TARPLEYwho held Tuesday from the
MRS. BEATRICE SITTON f.IK .. .>..:.;.'3tI'IMR., chapel.
who departed this life Jan. 28, D, a . passed January 25, 1967. FRANCIS

1961. soul of loved has
The your one
Horace Mosely, 321 NW 47
And now it is seven years but taken flight into the Land Mrs. Virginia Newbold of St. died
Jan. 18. Among sur-
since you left us,but we do not ; Where There is No Night." 4744 SW 20th St., In West Hol- vivors
are parents Mr. and
forget you. We will rememberyou I" lywood, died Jan. 17. Funeral Mrs. ,
Henry Mosley five sis-
as long as life lasts. A Marjorie Tarpley, wife and services will be held Saturday ters ;
Yvonne Shirley Elaine
,
,
precious one from us is goneA Family Jan. 27, at 2:30 p.m. at Mt.
Dorthy Evelyn five brothers
WILLIAM DAVIS ;
voice we love is stillA Olivette Baptist Church. Sur-
Charles
place Is vacant in our heartsOf vivors include her husband IsiahEdward,
who departed this life Jan.22, Alonzo, Artis, and Curtis.Arrangements .
that
a memory can never Ephiniah; three sons, Fred- .
be filled. 1966. Gone, but not forgotten. CARDOF THANKSThe rick, Zephiniah and Roosevelt; are incomplete.

A xay, I one brother Roosevelt
RANGE. .
Mrs. Alice Sullivan, daugh- Mable F. Davis, wife famil y of the late Morley. "

Remains will repose in the Samuel Means, a groom- \
terFrank Sitton, Jr., son JOSEPH ALPHONSO EVANS chapel beginning 12 noon Fri- man at Tropical Parkdied,

Sisters; Annie M Berry, THANK YOU day until 8 p.m. Remains will Friday, Jan. 19. His remains

Mildred Gibson, Louise Yar- ,_. who died In New York City on repose at her home beginning were shipped Monday, to Cal-
borough, E the 1 B. Brown. WHILTON DAMES ---- --- Jan. 6 and was buried in Mi- 9 p.m. Friday until 6 amSa- houn, Ala., for filial rites.
FRED WILEY, SR. ami 12 wishes to thank
on Jan
James Berry, nephew and 7 turday. Beginning 7 a.m. Sa-
grands. wish to thank the many rela-, friends and neighbors for turday, remains will Jack Catchings,died Friday
tives friends and neighborsfor who departed this life Jan. 23, reposeat
cards, telegrams and floral Mt. Olivette Church. Jan. 19. Remains were ship
kindness shown us duringour 1962. pieces. Special thanks to the ped Monday, toAndersonville,

IN MEMORIAMIn bereavement The summer rosebuds Range Funeral Home for cour- Isaac Taylor better knownas Ga., for final rites.
Special thanks to Rev. Hall They blossom forth and fade teous service, and to Father
"Blue" of 1618
NW 1st Ct.
in ,
memory of and members of Ebenezer But memory Obediah ,Barr for his consol- died Jan. 20. Remains will be Mrs. Margaret Brown of

Church, also Rev. p.S. Brown The image of their beauty ing message.He shipped to Opelika, Alabama 2403 NW 63 St., died Sunday,
and Rev. L. Sands. never change. is survived by his stepmother Jan 21 in
Jackson
,
Hospital.
MRS. SARAH W. ROLLE And ourloved Friday, Jan. 26, for final rites.
July 27th 1957 may one Mrs. Laura Evans; Remains will repose in the She is survived by a niece,
Mrs. Syble Ramos, sister Whose earthly cycle one aunt, Mrs. Cecilia Evans; Mrs. Leona Moss; a cousin
chapel 12 ,
beginning
noon I
on
MRS. ADDIE TAYLOR Mrs. Virginia Christian, Has ended, always live In the five sisters, Mrs. Marie Pier.. Thursday until 6 p.m. on Fri Mrs. iris Riou. Funeral services -

March 4th 1964 sister memory of our heart. son, Leonsia Evans, Mrs. Olga day. Survivors include his will be conducted Friday -

Mrs. Americas Thomas, Bostic, Mrs. Doris Mathis and wife, Sudie Bell; nephew J. B. Jan. 26, at 3:00 p.m. in
The Gardenia Circle sister. TheFamily Mrs. Frankie Johnson. Curtis; sister-in-law. Trinity W. M. Church. ,



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1 MIAMI I TIMES, Friday, January 26, 1968 19
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Man Killed As Judge Who Started School Volunteers Unlimited


h Car Crashes Desegreation Buried At Home Presents "Youth WithFufwre" I

Liquor StoreA

Without From WhitesThe A
a m I man: was killed Mourning

Sunday when he lost controlof Southern Federal Court United States are unconstitu- Volunteers UnlimitedofNatlonalCouncll l This group represents youth
his car and the auto slam- Judge whose decision was the tional. of Negro Women from councils throughout the
med into a liquor store. Two commencement of the process Waring's Charleston Greater Miami Section, County, and they've expressed
other people were injured critically that eventually brought about friends deserted him after that South, presents their fellowship concern about acute needs and
in other accidents. the landmark 1954 Supreme decision, and he went to live in program,Sunday,Jan.28. conditions facing the black
According to police,George Court desegregation decision, self-exile in New York City, The affair will take place at community and how they are
William Smith, 29, of 1540 NW was buried last week in his where he died last week,at the the Bonded Rental Community affected by the s e conditions.
Fifth Place, died at Jackson hometown, but without any age of 87 years. Center at 4150 NW 7th Ave., On this basis these groups
1 t Memorial Hospital after mourning from his old white At his burial i the National 5 ;00 p.m. Donations of $2.00 have been organized to decide
cav-
\\ ; ing in the front of Hank's LI- friends, Association for the Advance- are being requested. how best to work together in
quors, 2400 NW 2nd A vet Not more than dozen white ment of Colored People was Keynote speaker for the occasion our rapidly changing society.We .
James Edward persons attended the funeralof well represented,as membersof will be Mrs. Leenette are seeking membershipfor
Investigators were told by retired Federal Judge J. the organization drove in a Pennington. For your enter- the NationalCouncilofNegro -
witnesses that the car driven Waties Waring as he was motorcade to the cemi tery. tainment "Top Flight" talent Women, Greater Miami
Lucas Jr. DiesJames by Smith was moving at a rapid buried in Magnolia Cemetery, Judge Waring was a memberof from our community will be section, South,which sponsors
speed before it turned southon in Charleston, South Carolina. an aristocratic Charleston on hand. Among this group,we volunteers unlimited. We
Edward Lucas, Jr., NW Second Ave. and"fish- But over 200 Negroes mourn- family. He was appointed to will present Columbus Smith would like to have ladfes who
age 16, died on Tuesday, Jan. tailed" down the street. ed at the graveside rites of the Federal bench by 1942 by and the Frisco Kids, Tree Top are interested volunteer
23, at Cedars ofLebanonllospital the Judge who demonstrated President Franklin D Roosevelt and the Branches, The North service and/or council. We
after a brief Illness. The order of beer was in the and would like to have an oppor-
plenty of guts and judicial good Five years after the appointment Dade Modern Dance Group
James was an 11th grader at wrecked car, said Officers.G. judgement when in 1952 he refused he shook political many more. tunity, through this program, ...
Miami I Northwestern Senior Beall. to agree with two other circles in South Carolina by Several important purposesare to interpret our objectives to
High School. He was: a memberof judges that there must be ruling that Negroes were en- inherent in this affair. The
the Episcopal Church of the Eugene Primus, 30,no local separate but equal schools for titled to vote In the state's volunteers want to introduceto you.Refreshments will be serv-
Incarnation, serving as an address, and Robert Gardener Negroes. Democratic primaries.It the public the fine youth ed at the conclusion of the pro-
acolyte and a member of the 30,1650 NW Third Ave.,were The U, S.Supreme Court two was because of fear that council they have organized. gram.
Episcopal Young Churchmen.He injured in the car. Their con- after took
years Waring'sside he would be murdered by the
was also active in the Junior dition was reported as satis- and overruled the opinionof enemies he made by his civil
Achievement Group. factory at Jackson. the two other judges, and rights court decisions that he Greyhound To
Survived by a father,JamesSr. this was the landmark ruling went into self-exile in New
., a mother, Hazel; a step- The i m pa c t of the crash I that segregated schools in the York.
mother, Hortense; grand- famed one door nfthA car and Co-Sponsor Woman
father Deacon H. E.SReeves the other was against the
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uncles, aunts and many other building, Beall said. He had to Postal Charges Reduced Of The Year Contest
relatives. pry the jammed door open to -
the victims. Postmaster E. M, Dun lap Committee, representing all
remove
Repose 2 p.m. Thursday, advised that Postmaster Gen- segments of the mailing indus The Miami Times announced nominations in space provided -
Range Funeral Homo.Funeral a contest today aimed at on the ballot. If additional
services Friday, 4 p.m. at the eral Lawrence a new F.low O'Brien charge announced of- try.Mr.. O'Brien said the rate selecting a 1968 Woman of the space is required, readers
Church of the Incarnation with Year for the Miami metropolitan attach the information on
CarverRanches again after may
10 cents each for obtaining maybe justed
the Rev. A. TyrrelDear, vicar forwarding addresses from additional operational experi- area. a separate piece of paper.
officiating, assisted by Rev. the post office. ence has indicated costs even The awards contest was the How will the selection for
Elisha S. Clarke. more precisely. The charges outgrowth of an idea that there the 1968 Miami woman of the
The 10-cent fee, effective will be based on the costs to are undoubtedly many womenin Year be made?
RANGE Hews immediately, cuts by one- the Department. the Miamiarea possess The Miami Times has
I third the 15-cent charge applying Under the new uniform outstanding qualities and have selected a blue-ribbon com
Henry B. Collier of 1041 By Walter Bow.iTheVFWPostNo.8195held since January 7. regulations, in order to obtain made substantial contribu- mittee of judges to choose the
43 St., died in Veteran's Hos. forwarding addressa tions to various aspects of ultimate winner from the
pital. He is survived byhis: The new law increasing miller: must endorse the envelope community life but have not nominations in the hundreds of
wife, Rosa Lee;three brothers: its regular meeting January postal rates established the or cover "Address received public recognitionfor ballots that are submitted.Two .
Jeffery. Walter and Leroy;; 21 at its home on Pembroke return address service for all Correction Requested" their efforts. other finalists besides the
two: sisters, Lillie Mae Joseph, Road. West Hollywood. Many classes of mail. This is the The destination post office! And who is better qualified eventual winner will\be honored -
of comrades were present, first time such a service has to find this
and Hilda 'Townsend. Funeral our then will determine whether a outstanding person at the luncheon.
services were conducted Mon- including Past Commander been available for mailers of forwarding address has beer I than our readers? Miami Woman of the Year
day, Jan. 22, at 100 p.m. Alfred Watkins, Jr., founderof regular letters and other left on file by the addressee,, Within this issue and the and her two Court of Honor attendants -
his Fifth District first-class mail. of the Miami receive
post; and provide it to the sender next four issues will trophiesto
Rev. John Beasley Woodley Commander "Pat" Rescignowho payment of the fee. Times you will find detailed be presented by Black on behalf -
15-cent charge was established upon
pastor of St. Matthews Free- presented a plaque to The the instructions and an entry blank of Greyhound Bus Lines,
will Baptist Church, of 1085 Commander F 011 a Boyd for tentatively by for you to vote for the womanof Inc., and The Miami Times.
NW 58th Ter., died recently.He having post 8195 100 percent- Department on Jan.7 until fur- your choice as Woman of The Miami Times urges
is survived by his wife, age wise by Dec. 21, 1967.Jun- ther study couldbegiventothepostal involved. the Year. early voting reports there is
Betty; his father Henry Haw- ior Vice Commander of the costs et The contest is sponsored no restrictionon the number of

kins; two daughters, Mildred Fifth District William S. Ber- The new lower rate orderedby 1Iil4ii the Miami Times in Cooperation times you may vote. A ballot
Shotwell and Lynn Woodley; a golesse and Com manderofPost the Postmaster Generalwas s! ACTION with Greyhound Bus from the newspaper is not
son, David;three sisters Mesdames 471, North Miami, and developed by the Depart- ICOLORSGMYIWRWLX DOUBLE Lines, Inc. The winner will be necessary and any reasonable
Joe Genesseewere honored at Woman of the facsimile is
Willie M. Robinson, Quartermaster ment in cooperation with its PASSES HA3RIPtAC a acceptable.
Sarah Webb, and Georgia Lou also present. Millers Technical Advisory 2 Year luncheon February 27. Black, who has an outstanding -
George; two brothers, Leroy Membership drive is still J Joe Black, vice president record of leadership in
and Sonny; two grandchildren. on. Meet the quartermaster at special markets for Grey- community affairs,commended -
Funeral services will be con the Post every Saturday night, hound and president of the National the Miami I community and
ducted Saturday, Jan. 27, at or at 4444 Pembroke Road. STUDENT SPECIAL Association of Market the Miami Times for its partin
3 p.m in St. Matthews Free- The Carver Ranches Fire Developers, w ill be toast- furthering the program.
will Baptist Church. Department holds its regular Bus ID Photos master for the event. "I feel that this contest pro-

Mrs. Martha Tillman of meeting every Monday nightat i Black, former relief pitch- vides an outstanding commun-
8 p.m. at the Fire Station. ing star of the Brooklyn Dod- ity program in calling atten-
15820 NW 26thAvediedafter Walter Black, president. 2 For 50* gers, also serves with Vice tion to and recognizing the
having lived for 101 on
years James Jarret celebrated his President Hubert Humphrey's many women in the Greater
Sunday, Jan. 21. She is sur- birthday on Sunday, Jan. 21 at SATURDAY ONLYJOHNSON Task Force on Youth Motivation Miami area who have rendered -
vived four Mes-
by daughters, his home in Dania. outstanding service to their
dames, Emma Billingsly, The Miami Times is sold at OF MIAMI Your next door neighbor, fellow citizens," he said.The
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I CHURCH.OF. GREATER NEWMACEDONIA ST. PAUL AME
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OPEN
DOOR
t .. .", ,1.\,. Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor Rev.T.C. Kelley pastor
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," M. McNeal, reporter
Sunday, Jan. 28, Is the Annual Beginning Thursday night, many members as possible to
I Faulkner Day, when we the pastor,officers,and mem- attend our weekly class meet-
will have bers will observe their SecondAnnual I ing Tuesday at 8:00
\1 as our speaker for every : p.m.
a \ hf T, the 11:00: a.m. service Rev. W Homecoming day. They All members of tie Pastor's
will close out Sunday night.Oa '
J..Faulkner, D.D. Rev Faulkner Aid Board are asked to meet
is a native of South Car*" Thursday night, at 8, a i Sunday, Jan. 28, at 5:00 p.m.,
lira Received his B.S.degree t Talent' Program will be held 1 at the church.

from Springfield College t featuring the choirs of Mace- The Willing Workers will
(Massachusetts); his Mister's doflia.dlfq! other" participants. sell pies Saturday, Jan. 27, in
.. in Theology from Chicago I On Friday at 800pm.: Rev. the annex all day. They Invite
Theological Seminary and the James W. Everson,will de- each and everyone to come out
liver the message. and buy
Universityof Chicago Divinity one.
School; and his honorary D,D. Sunday morning, at 11:00: The pastor is asking that all
r from the Seminary later. a.m. Rev. A. M. Griffin and choirs, ushers and as many

congregation of New ShilohM. members as possible to come
B, Will be in charge of ser with him to
New Macedonia
I

ire gnu Jn (Bipirrl} 'rnthttg ,i ifIIi' ; vices On Sunday afternoon at 3:00 Sunday service program., at 8p.m., in an after

....... p.m, Rev. Jack Torrence and The officers would like for
:' : congregation of Valley GroveM. every family of our church to
CHRIST EPISCOPAL ZION HOPE M. B. SEVENTH DAYADVENT I !' ? \ B, will be In charge of ser- purchase one of our church

Rev. Paul Freeman, pastorE. ST .,,' i ,;. .','.. """ vices. calendars for the year 1968,
M i' Rev. Theo. R. Gibson, rector Jackson, reporter ",."" ,,,,, ',I" "''' ."', Sunday, at 7:00: p.m., Rev all Important activity is pub-
Antoinette Silva, reporterThe There will be a battle of Arbor Day was observed, "7" '''.' "" ", T. C. Kelly, Jr., and congregation lished on this calendar.

EYC was represented at songs between the BethlmonJr. Jan 19, with a special program of St. Paul AME will small donation of 65$per cal
a meeting of the Coconut Grove Choir and the Zion Hope and tree-planting cere : close out the Homecoming ender is asked.They also ask

Interracial Council Sunday, Jr. Choir Friday, Jan. 29. mony, according to Principa: ,. program. ed that each member kindly
Jan. 21, at Plymouth Congregational Please come and hear them Roger Warden. i ,' Come out and spend the entire pay their budget money on or
Church Bessie sing 'More than one-hundred stu day with us at Macedonia. before the second Sunday in

Saunders and Charlotte The Mother's Board of the dents attended the program Food will be served all day. Much, the book is open every

Teague along with Mrs,Theo Zion Hope M. B. Church will which included selected read Sunday until then.Remember .
Gibson reported an informative have their anniversary Sunday ings and singing ofSmokeythe our sick and

meeting.St. morning Our pastor, Rev. Bear, Florida the Beautiful, VALLEY GROVE shut-ins and say a prayer for
Margaret's Guild is all Freeman, will preach for Ten Little Pine Trees, and I REV.,FAULKNER their recovery,

excited about its coming con- them. others. Guest speaker was Inspector Dr. .Faulkner began his Rev. J. Torrence, pastor
test to name Miss Margaret The young women will have Kennedy from the Miami career as a',YMCA Secretary Lucile Torrence, reporter
Guild. Contestants viewing for their anniversary Sunday Fire Department. While', in The Association will con CHRISTIAN
Philadelphia
Washington'
the title are Mrs.SubleHawes evening 3 p.m. Everyone is i a portion of the program was I DC. and Atlanta, vene Thursday ,night, before
and Miss Annabelle Fisher. invited to attend. given to the hisotry of Arbor ,Georgia. the fourth Sunday. Our pastor
Tickets are available for the We are still asking for the Day, the importance of treesto : For of several the First years he was pastor will bring the message Friday Rev. p. S. Brown, pastor

Shrove Tuesday Dinner and prayers of everyone for our all people was stressed. CongregationalChurch night, at 8:45 p.m. Mary Nixon, reporterThe

Dance to be held February 27, sick, bereaved families, and Forests are a unique and re- dean of the of Atlanta.chapel and Served student as The King and Queen contest pastor wishes to thank
7:30 p.m., at the Everglades shutins.We ndwable resource and are will come oft in the Association all guests and members for

Hotel. Plan now to attend. were proud to have our vital to the protection of the Nashville counselor at Tennessee Fisk University for nineteen , we are asking for your coming out Sunday afternoonin
Congratulations to our EYC pastor preach last Sunday water supply, and for providing full support towards this con such great numbers to hear
years. He was the first'
members Walter Lightburn morning for he has been sick abundant raw material to 1 and enjoy the sermon preached -
of
pastor the test.The
and Michael Jones who were with the virous for two weeks. industry. Trees have aesthetic church of park congregational fourth Sunday, Jan. 28, by Rev. W F. Tanner. The
Manor Chicago
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honored Thursday night by the The church is saying to St. values otherwise unduplicated where he retired ,in 1962.- the pastor and the church willconvene generous donations will go Into
city of Coal Gables at the annual Matthews: Freewill Baptist and the forest affords at New Macedonia, for the building funds.
Football Banquet of Coral Church that we all loved R shelter and food for wildlife He served one year as Visiting i their annual homecomine. The Southern Singers will
Dean of the
chapel at Dillard '
Gables High School as National best We pray for God's blessings Thousands of useful productscome will be at 3:15 p.m. Rev: Roscoe render aprogram of songs
Co-Champions. Walter was for you at the lost of your directly or indirectlyfrom University, New Orleans, Jackson, pastor. Sunday, at 7:30 p.m. in the
Louisana,1963.64.
honored the offensive line- beloved pastor Florida forests ,, community auditorium: The
as Rev: Woodley.EBENEZER! /The women are planning towards r
/ .m1n..-! .. nl-. .thA.... "VA...!.!....nun.........6.nwnnnlento Q....Q..u The---- nine---- -teeclJfn'- -. ...ire- war..-. He was twice moderator of their Women's Day public 'is cordially invited ,to
our parishioner Mr. Clyde made available at no cost to( the general council of congregational drive which will terminate come out and listen to some

Curry, father of Craig Curry i Seventh-day Adventist Union, \ Christian Churches Much: 7. 10th. of the best voices In the nation.

who was named the outstanding Academy by the FLORIDA) nd served on several State Sister Addle Lynn, chairman All members and friends are
player of the year for the stateof Rev. A. D. Hall, pastor Forest Service nurseries. and National Boards and com Sister Emma Jennings, urged to cooperate in this fund
Florida. E. Ingram, reporterThe mittees. Delivered Easter co-chairman. raising drive.

Get well wishes to Mrs. public is invited to attend ST. Sunrise Sermon at Radio City, Sister Jessie Torrenceand We were happy to have had
Sarah Sawyer, Mrs. Rosina a MJSical'Tea and Fashion JAMES AME New York over NBC in 1948 Sister Bessie Wilkerson guest from Mt. Tabor worshiping -

Gibson, Mr. Doodridge Clark View, Sunday, Jan. 28, at: Rev. F. E. Sneed, pastor for the New York City Council have been elected captains of with us Sunday morn-
and Miss Naomi McKenzie.ST. 400 p.m. sponsored by the i Joseph Marshall, reporter of Churches. He was sent Women's Day. ing. You are welcome to attendat
Wesleyan service Guild The i Mrs. Saddle Dean and Januaryites on Protestant Preaching MSs Each member is asked to anytime
Wesleyan Service Guild is an i would like to thankyou ,' sion to Air Bases in Europe support the first effort of this There will be as usual choir
.. JOHN AME auxiliary to the Women's Society for being present at their in 1959 by the U S.Air Force. new year. rehearsal Tuesday night,
of Christian Service, a night of games and fun at the Was also president, National Usher Board meeting Wednesday

Rev W. A. Curry, pastor channel through which em- home of M:. and Mrs WUliamBurroughts j Association, College and University night, and prayer services:
Mrs. Serena B. Allen, Missionary ployed women can achieve i Jr. Chaplians. Thursday night All captains

supervisor of the Mi spiritual enrichment and I The January-ites are having Rev. and Mrs. Faulknermake FRIENDSHIP M..q -B.. please round up your reports.
ami District, will be the i Christian fellowship and take i a night of games and fun at the an annual visit to Miamito : Pray for those who are less
speaker and Miss Naomi Wil- an active part in developing a i home of Mrs. Charlotte | Rev. J. E Jenkins,pastor fortunate than you physically,
enjoy our sunshine and visit
liamson "Miss St. John" 1967 1 world Christian community. Rollins, 2154 NW 76th St.,Saturday with their children 1 the Ruby Carr, reporter mentally and financially.
will crown the winner at 7:00: ) The Guild is composed of employed at 8:00 p.m. Dr. The president of the Pas-
J. 0 Brown and family tor's
Aid Club Sister Essie
p.m. Contestants are Mrs. women. Our homecoming will be ,
Annie Ruth Kennerly and Mrs. Tuesday, Jan. 30, the Bart- held Sunday, Feb. 11, Rev H. D. Long will speakat Bush wish to thank all mem- GAMBLE MEMORIAL
Lucile Hannah. Sunday School ley Circle will be in charge of t On Wednesday night, Jan. the 9:45: a.m. service. All bers and friends who helpedto
9:30 a.m. class meeting. 24 make the surprise birthday Elder J. C. Jackson, pastor
: Morning worship 11[ the Allen University Con- 'friends and members are always
a.m. The combined choirs will The Methodist Churches of f cert i Choir appeared in our welcome at the Open party given for Rev. and Sis. Nathaniel Thomas, reporterThe
render music throughout the Greater Miami are sponsoringa f church auditorium in a conJ J Door. Jenkins a complete success pastor and members
day. Usher Board No.One will j Enrichment School I cert, special thanks to them, held at the home of Deacon would like to express our
serve. St. John's Choir will e at the First Methodist Church i friends and members. It was and Sister J. S. Bush on gratitude and appreciation to

heard Sunday at 9:30 a.m., on of Coral Gables, with sessions indeed a success MT. SINAI last Sunday. those of you who came outand

Station WMBM, and the pastor beingheldbothmorningand Oa Friday night,Jan.26, our Get well wishes are extended helped dedicated the grounds
will be heard Monday thru Fri evening Interested persons Presiding Elder will be here to the following membersin breaking services of new
day, at 5:45 a.m. on WMBM. will begin enrollment Sunday, to hold his first quarterly conference Rev. C. O. Albury,pastor the hospital I, Sister Per- Gable Memorial Church, Jan.
Men's Day will be observedon j Jan. 28, at 200; p.m., "An Informed for the year All Patricia Austin, reporter ;nerva Wright in Mt.SinaiSis- 21.

the second Sunday in March. Churchman is a Better boards and clubs are asked to Our general church drive is i ter A rib i e 11 e Lawrence and Revival services are now

Mr. Raymond Robinson is Churchman." report. now under way. If you have| !Sister Minnie Thomas in Jack- being conducted by Rev. A, C,
chairman and Mr. LuciousMcGriff ; The commission on Mission been assigned to work in this; !son Memorial and to all who Nance nightly, Let's come out
is co-chairman. met Wednesday with Mrs. GREATER ST. drive as captain, please contact are ill we wish for a speedy and help win souls for Christ '.

Willie Mae: Pinder in charge. LUKE P. B. all your group as soon as I\ recovery Beginning the first Sunday C
Let us not forget to visit the; possible, so that your work can II I in February our Sunday School
FIRST BAPTIST sick and shut.ins. Rev 0. Taylor, pastor start now. Captains keep this will begin at 9.00) a.m. and
KELLY'S
Eula McNeal, reporterThe ; CHAPEL
morning worship at 1100am.
mind, your group is t o work :
order of
service for
Rev. W. Davis together on all Our prayers are extendedto
M. pastor projects.'
Jan. 28 will be
Donella Turner, reporter as follows; Sun- Monies will be collected in 1 Rev. L. L. Dean, pastor those who are sick and shut- i''
day School, 9:30 a.m. Morning Retha
: McKenzie
CALVARY reporter in. t
Sunday, Jan. 28, the church service groups.If .
11:00 a.m. Even- Sunday
Jan.
28at3:00p.m.
will worship with the Mt Nebo :
ing worship 630 you have not picked up the the
; p.m. women will have
a tea to
Baptist Church in South Mia- Rev S. Atchison,pastor church calendar do
so.Thedates
The is
pastor asking all start their I
mi, for Rev. J. E. Murry's anniversary Phyllis Beal, reporter members to accompany him to that are vacant are will Women'sDlydrivewhich GRACE PRESBYTERIAN f'
terminate
The There will be a "Christian in March
No. One
Choir available to
New Macedonia any 0 n e. please
Baptist Rev. we ask
and Male Friendship Dinner" all our friends to come Rev W. F. Savoy pastors
Chorus will unite for Saturday, contact the church office about t ,
B. L, Mack
pastor
on Friday and
the song service. Jan. 27, at 8 p.m. The dinneris the days worship with us at thi This Sunday, Youth Sunday, j
night Jan. 26 and to your group would like
Evergreen time. Donation the
sponsored the $1.00. youth will be in charge of
All Junior Red Circle members by No. Two to have.
are asked to meet at the Usher Board. Come to 1140NW Baptist ChurchRev. C. H. Mrs Maude Andrews, the morning and evening ser
Please
Smith, pastor on Monday night remember to visit t: chairman, M:s. Retha vices.
church Saturday, at 4:00: p.m. 62 Street. Donation $1.50.( and for J. Mc Morning speaker will
Jan. 29. pray our sickand shut Kenzie
Prayer meeting is held first chairman, Mrs. be Mrs. Vera Thompson. We
To bereaved families
our Everyone Is most cordially) ins, "When I was sick ye visit t: Annette invite
George, second chair- you to attend this
every Thursday wonderful
night.
may God help and keep "
you you. ;
Invited to attend and worship me. This is our duty for asGod's ; man.
Please visit the sick and occasion,Sunday morning -
Remember, Earth has no sorrow with children we
us. Remembertoprayforthe are our bro
shut-ins. Remember the sick and at 11 and "'
Sunday evening
not heal.i
that Heaven can sick and shut-ins. ther's keeper. shut.ins. i at 7:00.r : .


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NEW FROVIDENCE NEW MT. MORIAH JORDAN GROVE Retired Rfintici Lender Jains FMC .
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Rev.C. J. Burney, pastor Kev. A, L. Shipp, pastor Rev. A. J. King, acting pastor Retired by the American ed, to make; his head-quarters From 1955 until his retire-
Arsula Edwards: reporterThe Evelyn Souter,reporterTh Eddie Gilbert,reporter Baptist Church Board cf Educations in this city. ment, Dr.' Ltndewall was
Youth PreConventionof pastor is asking the en- The Deaconess will sell I and Publications, The new vice-president for treasurer with the American
the Seaboard Baptist Con- to tire church to accompany him barbecue this Saturday all day Valley Forge, Pennsylvania, the 76-year-old college whichis Baptist Association, and also
vention will convene Sunday, West hollywood, Macedonia at the church. You are invited :after twelve years of service, now under construction and treasurer for the Protestant
Jan. 28, at New Jerusalem M. Baptist Church, Sunday, to to com by and enjoy yourselves ]Dr. C. Herbert Lindewall was will relocate from St. Augus- Convention in Pennsylvania.He .
B. Church 5541 South West 21 close out Rev. B. Mack's Anniversary ., Sister Bertha Patter- appointed vice-president of financial tine in September of this year, served vice-president
Street, West Hollywood. Rev.R. Please be at the i son is president.The affairs for Florida is a graduate of New York Unl.for the Baptist Church Extension -
Taylor pastor, beginningat church Joint no later than 215pm.: Rev. White will speak ]Memorial College versity where he took'his de- Society of.Brooklyn, New
9:30 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. rehersal for choirsNo. for the Deaconess Tuesday, at The announcement was gree In business administration York, and in his work he was
Consecration hour of prayer 7:30. One and Two, Jan. 30, at 8:00 p.m. The general church, I made by Reverend Edward T. finance and law. heavily involved in the purchase -
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will be held each Sunday at p.m.Baptism along with the public is asked of and
t Graham, chairman of the col- Prior to 1955 when he was property, building
services
Sunday at to be
; present.
financing of Baptist church
5:00 a.m. J Board of Trustees. ,
: 9 a.m. The lege in business for himself,he wasa
public is
invited. On
prayer meeting each Tues- Monday night Jan.29,the properties nationally.His .
day at 7:30: p.m., asking all Our general conference, general church is asked to Dr. Lin wall will be stationed tax consultant.He Interest in Florida
members to attend. Feb. 1, at 7:30 p.m.Oar Youth i come out at 7:45 p.m to help j in Miami and is the first was also an executive Memorial College resulted

Let us support our BTU. Day, Feb. 9, and llth. select a pastor. I of the administrative staff of with General Motors and the from an appointment to asslt
Sunday evening at 5:30. Remember the sick, shut- To the sick: Put your trust I the four year liberal arts Almon A, Johnson Cor p.in in financing the relocation of
Continue in prayer for our ins, our pastor, bereaved I in God and you shall be healed ,school, which is Baptist relat- New York City. the school in 1966.:
families and those in the
arm- .
sick, shut-ins, and those who

are bereaved.welcome.Visitors are always ed Visitors services are always in yor prayers.welcome. CHRISTIAN SCIENCEThe '(fi e all of JIf| affl|

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ST. MARY'S W. M. lesson sermon to be read in Ito !t inscribtd

No. One Choir, Mrs. all Christian Science ((1b[1 G1[tID& an tl.If.tW1jQ'OO
Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor Birdie Hunter president Churches Sunday is "Truth." [ "I'
Sunday, Jan. 28, will be the The Faith Church of Christ ibtrlutins irmorg :eo
Charles Ambrose, director CCCE !
first Testimonial service Scientist 1600 NW 54th St. )
for ,
will celebrate its 15th anni-
1968. Everyone is asked to be versary Sunday, at 3:00 p.m. welcomes all. Morning ser- T j(t? of lan

out. The Male Chorus will sing and interesting program has vice, at 11 a.m. SundayScbool and IU) $ttp'r.C .
also at 11 in the .J. ..
during the 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. been prepared for the occasion a.m. Sunday '
services. Usher Board No. 1 and a number of choirs are School room. ;;Tr 3florida'. thtftt
will serve In the morning and expected to participate. The problem drinker -- the -=- (College I
Ushr Board No.2 in the even- The alcoholic -- can be helped! The
Templeites (Junior
choir Bible offers a n approach to ...... .JIll.
ing.Usher ) will render service at
Board No. Two will 11 this subject that is both realis-
This of
a.m. Sunday.
celebrate their 18th Anniversary group tic and encouraging. Listen INSCRIBED FOR ETERNITY AND IN FAITH TO THEIR PROMISE THAT
young people, led by Mrs. V.
Sunday, Jan. 28, at 3:30 Strachan, Mrs. B. Bryant and Sunday, Jan. 28, at 10 A.M. THE "CHURCH BUILDS FOR YOUTH"
p.m. with guest speaker Rsv. Miss Edwina Lord, has been over Radio Station WGOS to (Following are listed the names of Churches and Pastors who are upfo dateIn
Ira McCall. Music will be fur- doing a good job. "An Answer" for the problem their! pledges and payments to the FLORIDA MEMORIAL COLLEGE

nished by Choir No. Two of the Our get well wishes to Mrs. Drinker. Building/ Fund.)

church. Refreshments will be M. E. Stevens, Mrs.Catherine AKA'S SPONSOR MT. CARMEL BAPTIST CHURCH (Tallahassee), Rev T. S. Loften
served. Dean; T. Bonlvy and Rufus CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH (Tallahassee), Rev. J, A. Clause
Our sick and shut-ins are Cleare who are hospitalized, CANDLELIGHT MACEDONIA BAPTIST CHURCH (Gainesville), Rev. S. M. Daniels
the same. Let us continue to and Carl Hanna. SERVICEThe CHRISTIAN MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami), Rev. 0. Wil
pray for and visit all of them. PILGRIM LODGE BAPTIST CHURCH (Century), Rev. R, C. Young
The choirs are still asking Alpha Gamma Chapterof MT NEBO BAPTIST CHURCH (DeFuniak Springs) Rev. J. C, Woods
your support in their raffle. SHILOH BAPTISTRev. Eta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. MT. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. S, Atchison
Donations are $1.00. See any invites you to be its guest at a FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH (KeyLargo), Rev.R Colvin
member of the choirs for tic- A, M. Griffin,pastor Candle Light Service Sunday, NEW BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. E. Williams

kets. Cheryl English, reporter January 28, at 11:00 a.m., at GLENDALE BAPTIST CHURCH (Richmond Heights), Rev. J. Coats
will be sale Satur-
There a Greater Bethel A ME Church, MT. PLEASANT BAPTIST CHURCH (Goulds), Rev. A, H. Lockett
day at the home of Sister Cole- Rev. S. A. Cousin is pastor, ANTIOCH BAPTIST CHURCH (Brownsville) Rev. J, W. Stepherson
DRAKE MEMORIALRev. man, 1320 NW 69th Street. GREATER TRINITY BAPTIST CHURCH (Dania) Rev. J. L, Hardwick
at 11:00 a.m.the en-
Sunday MACEDONIA BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. J. A. F. FinlaysonNEW
J. W. Dunn, pastor tire church will convene at t APPOINTED
Many thanks to Elder Macedonia for their BETHEL, BAPTIST CHURCH (W, Palm Beach), Rev. DN. Cc
Robers and his congregation New [ ASSISTANT MANAGEROF FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. J, E. Jenkins
homecoming. Rev. Roscoe
for coming over last Sunday jackson, pastor. LORY'SDEE MT. CARMEL BAPTIST CHURCH (Gainesville), 'Rev. T, A. Wright
ST. MARY BAPTIST CHURCH Bradenton Rev. R HammondMT.
afternoon and helping us. We Sunday night the Florida ( ) .
were spiritually and financially Sims-Airs of Fort Lauderdalewill SALEM BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. W. A. Rogers
blessed. be at the church after NEW REDEEM BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. E, I, Norman
The Deaconesses and church in behalf of the Junior BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH (Tallahassee) Rev. C. K. Steele
Stewardess Union will have church. JOHN THE BAPTIST CHURCH (Pensacola) Rev. L, W. Goram
EBENEZER BAPTIST CHURCH (Hallandale) Rev O. W. Foster
their meeting Sunday, at 3:00 The Deaconess will have a
ST. JOHN BAPTIST CHURCH (Ormond) Rev. J. T. Tanner
Please out and attend
p.m. come sale at the church all day Saturday -
this spiritual meeting. 1395 NW 69th Street. ST JOHN BAPTIST CHURCH (Belle Glade) Rev J. B. Adams
The DAYSPRING BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. C. A, Weaver
men are working on Everyone is invited.
projects for their Men's Day Remember, let us all pray FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH (Clewiston) Rev. L. H, King
SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. J Sams
C.
please help them In their efforts and visit the sick and shut-in.
Barbecue and chicken MT. CANAAN BAPTIST CHURCH (Pensacola) Rev. J. S. Young
will be sold at the church Saturday SIXTH AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH (Pensacola) Rev R, L. Hill
NEW MT MORIAH BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. A, L. Shipp
NEW BETHANY
Don't forget to visit the sick. SPRINGHILL BAPTIST CHURCH (Gainsville) Rev T, D, Davis
ANTIOCH BAPTIST CHURCH (Liberty City) Rev. P. W, Wiggins
Carter
You are welcome to visit the Rev. F. L. ,pastor
Biggest little church in town. The No. One Usher Boardis TEMPLE BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. L, A, Thompson
sponsoring a sale at the MT. OLIVETTE BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev I, C. Mickins

church Saturday, at 2:00 p.m. DEE LAWRENCEMiss SWEETFIELD BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. p, J, Curry
BEACH BAHA'I We will begin our spiritual ST LUKE BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. P. W. Williams
revival Monday night, with devotion Connie, Manager of FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH (Bunche Park) Rev W. J. Macon
SPONSORS LECTURE sponsored by the Dea- Lory's Edison,Center. Fash- FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHPine Grove-Ft. Lauderdale) Rev. C, V. Ford
con Board. You are cordially ion Shop has announced the ap- MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. E. T.Graham
Miami Beach Baha'i Assembly invited to attend. Let us continue pointment of Mrs. Dee Dee MT. SINAI BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. C. 0. Albury
is sponsoring a free: to pray for our sick and Lawrence from sales clerk to NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH (Hollywood) Rev. H. W, Wright
Public Lecture presenting shut-ins and for our boys In the position of assistant store GREATER NEW BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev, W. K. SmithNEW
Terah Cowart Smith,well- the armed forces. manager. PROVIDENCE BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. C, J. Burney
known Lecturer and teacher, Mrs. Lawrence, representing NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev W. E. SimS
who will speak on "The Crea- Lory's Is presently conducting SHILOH BAPTIST CHURCH (Homestead) Rev. K. L. McGriff
tive Word" to heal sick souls PRINCE OF PEACE charm classes for jun- MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH (Orlando) Rev. N. G. Staggers

and confused minds. Songs by Rev. R. Seays, pastor ior and senior Y Teens.She is PHILADELPHIA BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. J. W. Johnson
Baha'i Chorus, at WashingtonFederal Bernice Griffin, reporterYou a fashion show specialist, and ABYSCNIA BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. B. L. Wynn
Savings and Loan invites churches, social, fra- ST. MARK BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev C. Wade
Corp., 1133 Normandy Dr., are cordially invited to ternal, civic and other non- NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH (Ft. Lauderdale) Rev, G. W. Phillips
Jan. 26, at 8:00 p.m. worship with us at our present profit organizations interested ZION HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. P. FreemanMT.
location, 5728 Wiley Street, in sponsoring a fashion ZION BAPTIST CHURCH (Vero Beach) Rev. J, W, Taylor
Hollywood, 10:30 a.m. Sunday show using her services and ZION HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. E. R. Simpson
School and morning worship, Lory's fashions, free of SHILOH BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. A. B. Coleman
BETHLEHEM BAPTIST at 12:00 noon. charge, to contact her at PL ST MARTHA BAPTIST CHURCH (Oak Hill) Rev. E, L. Merrick
Watch the paper for the 7-4523. EMANUEL BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev, S, L. Badger
dedication of our new location. Mrs. Lawrence extends a ELIZABETH BAPTIST CHURCH (Arcadia) Rev. C. S. Felder
Rev. Drane
C. acting pastorM.
Prayer meeting each Wednes- personal Invitation to her MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH (Bimini) Rev. J. R, Smith
Hopkins
women are, reporterThe working to- day night, at 8:00. friends to visit her at the storeat BETHLEHEM BAPTIST CHURCH (Sarasota) Rev. A. H. Howell
ward 6112 NW 7th Avenue. MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH (Ft Pierce) Rev. Cllffen
Women's Day Feb. 25.
,
Activities for the week:A Bat- ST. LUKE OAK GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH (Geneva) Rev. H. J, Clark

tle of Songs, Friday night Jan- ST. PAUL BAPTIST CHURCH (Badwin) Rev. H. L, Baker
uary 26, between Zion Hope The No. Three Usher's MT. ZION PROGRESSIVE BAPTIST,CHURCH (Lake Wales) Rev. J. D. Johnson
Youth and Bethlem Youth. Board will celebrate their Premier Lynden Pindling NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH (St. Petersburg) Rev. J. L. Fennell
Don't miss this treat. A pie third anniversary, Sunday, predicts that the Bahamas anc NEW SHILOH BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. A. M. Griffin

sale Saturday, Jan. 27,will beheld Jan. 28.Rev. Caribbean area generally will SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH (St. Petersburg) Rev. E. D. Davis ..

at the church, Sister F. L. Carter and con- probably benefit overall from The above list covers the State of Florida
Ware captain. gregation of Bethany Baptist the restrictions proposed by
Rsv., Atchison and Mt., Church will render services. pestdent Johnson for travel FLORIDA MEMORIAL COLLEGE (now under construction at

Calvary Baptist Church will The public is invited. outside the Western Hemis NW 156th St. & LeJeune Rd.)
render service on Jan. 29. Rev. P. W. Williams,pastor phere.




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also present his research itratlon, ,on abstracts on ((1)
WINS Medic Scholarship :findings: at the Federation of '!The Effects,of 2 DaoxyD
Round '
About : American Societies for Experimental -4<:Glucose on carbohydrate
:
It..A.. .
.. Boswell Roberts Jr., son Biology in April Metabolic[ and Protein Synthec -
of Mrs; Jessie L. Hill Hialeah
f 'f 1968 at Atlantic City New Jer- ti ,Pathways in the Rat Liver
TalkBY and Mr. Boswell .
Roberts Sr sey. During the summer of (ecember 1966) and((2)"The
: North Miami Beach
was recently 1967 he
worked
on a National E ffects of 2-Deoxy-D-Glucose
JIMMY "SCOOP" BETHEL awarded a medical tOd Science Foundation Research 01 i Nucleic Acids of Rat Liver
'scholarship for $2,000 a yearto w Project with Dr Francis T. (April 1967).
j ADAM CLAYTON POWELL-GRANDSTAND PL AY. . the University of Rochester Williams, Antioch College.on
Powell's arrival to the United States a few weeks ago from his School of Medicine and Dentistry pit a "Mechanism for the Reac- Boswell presently a sen-
self-imposed exile paradise on the isle of Bimlnl Bahamas (New York). Boswell will tion of Nitrocyclopropyl Kei started much talk in New York City.Why did he choose (Watts) enter University of tones with Bases." mere be is student laboratory
Los Angeles, Calif instead of his main stick(NY-Harlem) to Rochester Medical School in Roberts is co-author with assistant for Organic Chem-

stage his come-back? Could these three fears,be his reasons September in 1968 and hopes to. Dr. Leon Prosky R.. L. Imi stry.;He will graduate in June
for staying clear of NYC? "Fear of going to Jail for contempt specialize neurosurgery.He blum, R. G. O'Dell and D. A. 968 with a B. A. Degree inhemfstry
of court? (He did settle the court suit with widow James). was also recently made the Libby Food and Drug Adminc:: .
"Fear of mop revenge?" (Because of his probe into Harlem first recipient of the 1968-69

rackets). Fear of a violent end? (Such as his friend, MalcomX Robert E. Mueller Memorial

ended up with). Some people feel that Powell will go broke Scholarship a n endowmentfund .. .. "fI!
eventually and be forced to come hometoresume working fora of Antioch College. This
living. Others feel that Powell has already built a financial scholarship is for $600. BOSWELL ROBERTS JR.

corp. and is making plenty of money. His lawyer fees alone, Since graduating in'June a n undergraduate research Our pack has almostas
run into hundreds of thousands, plus living like a king(in the 1963 from Miami Northwestern assistant under Drs. Avram
Powell style) is quite expensive. Nevertheless Adam Clayton Sr. High where he was stu- and Dora Goldstein, Stanford much tasteas
Powell must face up to things come home,(to New York) face dent Council President and Medical School, on a probleminvolving
the courts and.do his 30 days, face Congress fight for his seat Salutatorian of his class,Bos- "Brain Biochemistry Almost.
in person and climb back on top. Powell must stop under- well has had an unusual under- ," particularly D-amino our cigarette.

estimating the Negro's intelligence, with his theme, "Don'tdo graduate career. During the acid oxldase activity in rat ..
like I do, do like 1 say do." member,"You can fool some summer of 1964 he was the brain and the isolation of the
of the people some cf the time,but you can't fool all the peopleall only Negro participant in the enzyme, D-amino acid oxl
the time. U you don't want your black people to be a white "Building for Brotherhood dase, from beef brain.
man's darling, don't try to make them a black man's fool. Workcamp" held in Lima, From January March 1966

NATIONAL HIGH-LITES REVIEW ..The widow James and Peru which was jointly sponsored Boswell worked as a student I-
her lawyers started new court action against Adam Clayton by the National Council chemist at the Food and Drug
Powell January 22, Mrs.Ester James claims she needs money and the 0 h i o West Virginia Administration, Washington
to pay for expenses occuring from her judgement against Area Council of YMCA. Before B. C., where his primary assignment -

Powell .. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Womack (she's the former returing to the United Stateshe was the determination -
wife of singer, the late Sam Cook).Gave birth to a seven pound toured Quito, Ecuador; of "Total Pantothenic
baby boy, recently . .Otis Redding's last press interview revealed Bogota, Columbia, and Acid "injapanese Quail
(befoe he was killed in plane crash), he wanted to fill Panama. Liver. In May 1966 he became -
the hearts of the late Sam Cooke a member of the Ohio
fans. . Author LeRoi Jones
In 1965 Roberts
February Academy of Science in the
his two and undergraduate -
one-half
serving year prison term for having two served as the official UnitedStates'
chemistry sec-
guns in his possession during last summer Newark's riot, was
host and leader of the
tion. He later worked from
denied appeal bond by Judge Leon W. Kapp because of his student exchange visit-
group Septermber 1966-March 1967
shouting in the courtroom. Harlem's newest
rights organi- this from
ing country Peru.In
zation, the MDC (Miami Dog Catchers)to stand against Miami i April 1965 he was: selected to on and a October-December research projectwthDr.Leon 1967.
Police Chief, W. E. Headley's police dogs in Negro sections represent the National YMCA
. Calvin Patterson (formerly of Palmetto High) and Ernest on the United Sta tes' Youth Prosky Food and Drug
Cooke (formerly of Father Lopez School-Daytona Beach) Concil Delegation to Eastern Administration, Washington f
to back D C., "Differential Effects r
"Florida State
up University Miami's football team
Europe but withdrew from the
. Lady Bird Johnson (Mrs. L. B. J.) and Eartha Kitt, feuding delegation in order to study at Synthesis of Actinomycin and RNA D on SynthesisIn Protein
because of the Vietnam war and "youth crime in the Stanford
University Medical "
Rat Liver. A this
on
paper
streets . Didn't know she cared. School California the
( ).During project is presently being reviewed -
summer of 1965 he worked as for publication.He will


.d TEEN TALK AND SOUL SURVEY Byron Herbert of New 'A
Orlean jetted Into Mimi during Christmas holidays to
i1.. make it a sure thing i that he and Christine Gibson will be
4 married soon. They partied at the home of"the Robert Edger-
The off and the
sons, 3511 NW 208th St., Coral City. .. Arthur Prysock's new name comes
hit, "A Working Man's Prayer" dedicated to David Green taste comes on. Comes on good.
. What ever happened to Claude Long/ It's Aretha Frank-
lin's "Chain of Fools.." ..BarbaraMason's"0 How It Hurts
. This is Jimmie (Scoop) Bethel saying, "Time and tide A product of P, Lorillard Co., Est. 1760 e\iocs
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24 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 26, 1968


I Dade May Get Free Kindergartens Next YearCircuit Boy Shot As

Gun Goes Off
Judge Hugh Taylor although they* requested it. to build them. The Attorney General's Of- His order is to become effective -
of Leon County (Tallahassee) If all goes well, about half Last year Dade applied for fice agreed and on Monday In the 1968-69 school
ruled Monday that'.state.education 'of Dade's 18,000 eligible state funds for kindergartensat Taylor ordered a decree year to avoid "complete dis- In Classroom
officials provide money youngsters will have kinder- 79 of itslSSelementary drawn requiring equal treat- ruption" of the schools this .
for kindergartens in all counties , gartens next schools with Judge Taylor said. She told the police that she
year. ,-- room enough to ment for all counties willingto year,
qualifying for them..or Dade School SuperintendentEdwin house the extra classes. put up the local matching He said Weissenborn can accidentally fired a pistol she
none at all. L. Whlgham said,"OUr The Legislature failedto funds required. return to court to seek an implement - had in her hand bag, when she;
He ruled as unconstitutionalthis problem is that even if we had appropriate the $4 million order if the ruling was asked how. John Mittox,
year's practice of giving the money, we just don't have asked tor by Dade and the other It is now up to the Legisla isn't fully obeyed next fall. 17, a student ,at Mays High
money to,12 counties for kin- the classrooms." 14 counties, including ture and Gov. Kirk They must The following counties now was shot on Tuesday. Mattoxwas

dergartens, while 15 others, Nor, he said,does the county Broward, Brevard and Monroe come up'wlth the money for have state-supported kindergartens treated and released at
including Dade, did net get any have the $5 million it will take V the big as well as the small : Alachua,calhoun, Baptist Hospital The bulet
State School Superintendent counties,or cut out state sup- Gil- only grazed his head.
,
C it r us, Dixie, Flagler,
Floyd Christian gave the funds port for kindergartens altogether christ, Glades, Jefferson, That was the explanation'given
appropriated to 12 small coun- Manatee Volusiaand by Johnnie Mangham the
wa ties that were already getting The Governor's Commission washington Liberty, student who has been chargedby
state kindergarten money on Quality Education also Sheriff's deputies with
Sen; Lee Weisssenborn, has a recommendation for Those that asked for state carrying a concealed weapon.. .
funds this year ,but receivednone She said that she
a Dade Democrat, was state-supported kindergartens was carrying -
prompted by this action to file that is to face the special are: Dade, Bradford>I the pistol for a student
SUPER SOUL
TOP 40 suit charging that it was un- session ot' the Legislatureon Broward, Brevard, Franklin, who brought it to school to return -
constitutional to use tax Monday. Hendry, Jackson, Monroe, it to another classmate.
money
JANUARY 26, 1968 collecte d in all 67 counties to That recommendation calls Okaloosa, Pinellas, Santa The two other students who had
1. Back up train Al Green support kindergartens in only for kindergartens throughoutthe Rosa, Sarasota, Taylor,Union brought the .22 calibre pistolto

"", 2.1 count the days Inez and Chalie Fox I 12, state by 1975. and Wakulla. the school,Randolph Walker
3, 0 how it hurts Barbara Mason m and Calvin Riley, were
4, Born free The Hesitations charged with a misdemeanor,
5, Mr. Soul Satisfaction Timmey Willes South Miami Negroes Win careless display of firearm
6. Stop Howard Tate Mat t Q x, a star basketball
7. Without Love Oscar Toney Jr. player, suffered a grazed
8, Lost Jerry Butler wound in his left forehead,and
9, Explosion in your soul The Soul Survivous Street ImprovementsRoland was taken to Baptist Hospitaland
10. Looking for a fox Clarance Carter released in time to return

II, Still burning in my heart The Drifters Eastwood,City Man- They are asking for addi- munity building Eastwood to classes.
12. Give my love a try Linda Jones ager of South Miami, said tional playground equipment, said The principal of the school,
13. Build my world around you Marvin and Tamie Monday that street improve- a snack stand and a barbecuepit Earl A. Wells, said the shooting -
ments inthe will at Park and Pledges have been made by was only an Isolated acci-
14. I got a thing for you baby Mr. Perculator Negro section Lee a com-
15, A Man needs a woman James Carr start this week or early next munity building and more church groups, South Miami dent and was the first such incident -
16. I wish it would rain The Temptations week. landscaping. The city will Advisory Board and the Pro in the school,which has
17. Chain of fools Aretha Franklin Bid on improvements to Lee kickoff the estimated $10,000 gressive and DevelopmentClub an enrollment of about 97 per
18. Do unto me James & Bobby Purity Park was promised as soon as in improvements with the to do some of the laborto cent Negroes, and is locatedin
19. Be ever wonderful Joe Hinton a volunteer architect for a Ne- snack stand and OlEn-air com- lessen thecost. Goulds.

20. I need a woman of my own gro group submits his plans,
Tommey Hunt he said.

21 22,. I'do You Marvin Gaye Eastwood said the street "How To Keep A Job" Training To ''Beginment I
Ben & Spence paving will be done in phases
23 Dance to the music Sly & Family Stone and will cost a total of about A four week training session ment Opportunity Task Fbrce, Service offices before
24. Johnney comes marching home Richard Barbary $10,000. He said streets sur- on how to keep a job will begin will teach not only how to geta February 2, 1968.-Those aged
25. Why does a man have to lie Margie Joseph rounded by SW68thSt.RedRd, February 12. A high school diploma job, but how to keep trombe- 18 to 21 should apply at the Mi-
26. My baby must be a magician The Marvelletts SW 62nd St. and SW 62nd'Ave. is not necessary. If you ing fired. Training will be at ami Youth Opportunity Center,
27. Malayisa Miriam Makeba will receive the new servic- are between the ages of 18 and the English Center, for four 245 SE. 1st Street, 3rd floor
23. Love me Chilites, ing, withSW 59th Place prob- 45 years of age, this course is weeks, five hours a day, Mon- of the Plaza Building Adults
29. Funky way hour Calvin Arnold ably first. for you and you will be paid day thru Friday, and, to fur- ((22 years to 45 years)may apply -
30. In the
) midnight The Mirettes Speaking through the local $1.60 an hour while learning. ther help, trainees will be paid at the Commercial Office,
31, A million to one The Five Stairsteps EOPI, Negroes South Miami This training, called Vesti- $1,60 an hour during training. 14 N.E.., 1st Avenue, or at the
32, The dock of the bay Otis Redding demanded the street and park bule Training, organized and This course will be for blue State Office Building,1350NW
33, Don't have to say you love me The Four Sonics Improvements last month. funded by the Equal Employ- collar Jobs such as service, 12th Avenue, 2nd floor
34, Cheer up Daddy's coming home Roy Lee Johnson building, processing
35. The other man Rex Garvin
machine operating occupa- Jim Wynne, one of the best
36. I thank you Sam & Dave tions.
37. Pula Yetla Letta Mbulu IMMEDIATE OPENINGS known international powerboatracers
interested ask-
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'Tne well known poet John Beecher will appear on a program
Friday, January 26, at 8:00 p.m., at the Unitarian Church located
BY HARRY SPEAR 300 Southeast 6th Street, Fort Lauderdale. Mr. Beecher's
poetry is mostly concerned with civil rights among these are:
MANY THANKS TO MY READERSIt "To Live and Die In Dixie," "Report To The Stockholders,
"Phantom City," "Observe the Time," "Here I Istand" and "I
w. Will Be Heard." The general public is cordially invited to at-
feels great to be back at my desk once again.Although this
was only the second time in over eight years I have been away tend.
from my desk lappreciate the get well wishes I received from
The next meeting of the recreation and group work committee -
my readers. You never know how many friends you have until will be held Jan. 31 at 3:00 at the Boys
..... . ., _,. ...... Wednesday, p.m.,
to Well '
that
something happens you. now I am back, after two -- a - .w - -.1 ---
Club, located 2621 SW 15th St., Fort Lauderdale.
weeks of illness I have a lot of catching up to do, and how well The unbeatable Dorsey "B" team (Basketball), in the process
do I know it. Let's go from here. continues its
of setting a County-wide record, winning
The Northwest Branch YMCA will conduct Saturday morningart
CURRY AND LIGHTBURN HONOREDAT streak by beating Ida Fisher Jr. High 48-15 Monday, Jan. 15. classes beginning Jan. 27, at 10:00: a.m. Mr. Levi Mills
GABLES BANQUETAt Top row, left to right: E. Powell, B. Moss, T, Wiley, S. and Mr. Carl Crawford are the instructors. Children betweenthe
Miller, J. Troy, E. Wilson, Coach G. Kemp. ages of six and fourteen are eligible to enroll in this
Coral Gables High banquet Jan. 18--a salute to the Na- Bottom row, left to right: Trainer R. Jones, B. cammons, course. The fee is $5.00. The YMCA is located 408 NW 14th
tion's No. One team -- Craig Curry was selected offensive C. Sawyer, S. James, R. Wiley. Terrace Fort Lauderdale.. For more information please call
back of the year and also the team's co-captain for the year. 5232444., I
Walter Lightburn was selected offensive lineman of the year.
Curry is still being wooed by nation's top colleges. In the of- The first Community Service Council luncheon of the new
fing is a trip he and Bruce Berger, Gables' All-State tackle, y year will be held Tuesday,Jan. 30,at noon at St. Clair's Cafe-
will make to the University of Colorado at Boulder, Colo. But teria Guest speakers will be Mr. Ulysses G. Horne, coordi-
don't discount the Miami Hurricanes' chances of finding the nator of Migrant Education with the Broward County Board of
star quarterback. Public Instructions and Mr. Benjamin F. Stevenson, princi-
At the Gables banquet, Lightburn was introduced as the boy i pal of Markam School. "The new Markham School Serving the
who came out for football determined to be "a hero." Aftera North Broward Migrant Community" will be their subject.This
year of Junior j varsity ball as a back, Coach Nick Kotys program promises to be a most informative one so plan to at-
switched Lightburn to offensive lineman. This automatically tend. For further information please call 523-7995.
reduced Lightburn's chances of being a hero, for who but fami-
ly, sweethearts and coaches notice the play of an offensive I Tickets for the Ninth Annual Shower of Stars to be held in
lineman and the rest is history.He turned out to be a real War Memorial Auditorium, Feb. 12, at 8:00: p.m., are now on
hero. It was he who sprung a block for Curry in a long run in M. sale. For the past eight years, many entertainment greats have
the Miami High game and it was Lightburnwho did the same appeared in the shower of stars for the benefit of local agencies -
thing for Curry in the State championship game at Jackson- This year the benefitting groups will be the arthritis
ville. foundation, Broward County Boys Clubs of America and Sun
Dall School. Danny Bridge of "Danny and the Tunes man: ," and
BAPTISTE IS PLAYER OF WEEK Richard Hoekstra of Florida Attractions, Inc. will coordinatethe
show. General admission seats are on sale at the Lauder-

Cyril Baptiste, Curley center, basketball star, scored 53 dale Athletic Club, Wilton Manors National Bank and War
points in two nights victories last week in a 62-52 victory over is FLT Memorial Auditorium. Reserved tickets are available only
Jackson, and 25 points in 81-69 win over Miami Beach. This through War Memorial Auditorium.

enabled him to take over county scoring leadership with a 22.5 If answer to a question raised the monthly luncheon last Oc-
average Cyril is breaking all records and helping to keep tober, Dean Ed Kotchi reports that any high school graduate
Curley on top, they are undefeated so far regardless of the degree that he may hold is eligible to take
work at the Junior College. This is directed to those indivi-
duals with advanced degrees who wish to take courses 'at the
a.a Junior College.
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Tne Midmf Beach 'Kennel Clu 's 'pulilic'"eati/ United'Cerebral: Palsy Association of Broward County pre
director Merrill Browne is shown mailing out the last sents cerebral Dysfunction, a seminar for nurses, to be held
53,000,00 of a total of 5/2,936.00/ in payoffs to happy Thursday, February 1 at the sta lHuto .Hotel, Versailles
K n p iKs ., fans that were present when an odds-board malfunction Room, Fort Lauderdale, from 900:; a.m. to,5:00 p.m.; Regis-
caused an official $10.80 to appear to be worth $24.00 tration is $3.00 per person. Topics are: "Nature of Cerebral
last Monday night at the luxurious track by the sea. Palsy, and "The Exceptional Child."
The nation's oldest: Greyhound racing plant made up The women of First Baptist, Piney Grove Church will cele-
the difference despite the lesser correct amount being brate their Women's Day program Sunday, Jan. 28. Early
f r posted when the race became official. Dog racing con- service (7:30 a.m.) will be conducted by the youth departmentof
+ tinues there nightly until May 3rd at which time the41st the church. Mrs George W.Gore, first lady of Florida A&M
season will come to a close temporarily until next Sep- University, will be the guest speaker for the 10:45 a.m. ser-
4. tember. vice. Her address will be centered around to theme "Christian -
Women, are You Doing God's Work?" The Tabernacle Gos-
pel Choir of Tabernacle Baptist Church,West Palm Beach, will
Boy Scouts To Honor be featured at the closing service, at 3:00 p.m. Our chair-
man, Mrs. Constance Sutton, Joins the women in extending to

J'A.W( LeadersSouth you a most cordial welcome.

LOU HUDSON BILL BRIDGES Florida Boy Scout Florida Council has becomea
workers and their wives will national leader in both
HAWKS FACE CELTICS AND LAKERSThe
honor thirteen outstanding growth and program services.
St. Louis Hawks face two of their toughest NBA oppon leaders on January 30, at the Featured as the keynote
ents here this week facing theBoston Celtics Thursday night, Annual Meeting of the South speaker for the Scout Annual
Jan. 25 and the Los Angeles Lakers, Sunday night Jan. 28. Florida Council, Boy Scouts Dinner will be Dr. Edward R.
The Hawks, who beat San Francisco 97-79 and Detroit 122- of America. The dinner pro- Annis, Past President of the
111 in their first two South Florida appearances, are even witl gram will begin at 7:15 p.m. American Medical Associa-
the Celtics but have won only once in five meetings with the
and will be held at the Miami tion and a leading Miami
Lakers. Springs Villas Playhouse,ac- physician. Dr. Annis servedas
Los Angeles beat the Hawks twice in St. Louis were the cording toAlexM. Balfe, the AMA spokesman during
Hawks are 14-3 and twice in Los Angeles after St. Louis won, Council President. recent congressional action on
the opening game of the eight-game series at home 100-95. Highlight of the programwill medical legislation. He is nationally -
While the Hawks have won six and lost only one to San Fran- be the presentation of the known speaker. E
cisco, their top rivals in the West, the Lakers have posed aproblem. Silver Beaver Award for distinguished Tickets for the dinner may
.THEY BEAT THE Hawks in St. Louis 127-107and 10!)1 service to boyhoodto be obtained by calling 633-
104 and won in Los Angeles 134-117 and 109-105. thirteen outstanding Scout 6363.

The Laker tendem of Jerry West and Elgin Baylor have been leaders. The recipients, none
the dominant force in the four games they have triumphed while of whom know they have been HAPPY FACES And the happiest of all is that of W. B.
the Hawks won their lone contest while West was side lined. selected, total more than 225 Freedom Park, a spaciousnew Smith of New York City, center, shown accepting a $1,000
years service to boys thru playground, once an old check from Humble Oil & Refining Company as o n e of nine
Since the Hawks will also play the Lakers in Los Angeles scouting. They como from the cemetery in the Fox Hill district Grand Prize winners in the company's nationwide contest to
three days after their meeting here the Convention Hall en- Council's three counties, is the only area of the Ba, promote high service standards among driveway salesmen at
counter takes on added stature. Dade, Broward and Monroe.An harms that annually cele- Humble stations. Frederick U, O'Connor presents the $1,000to
important tradition of the brates the abolition of sla very. while Patrick O'Donnell dealer
Mr. Smith on the Job F. ,
The Hawks had their opening season seven-game win streak meeting is the report given by sales'supervisor for the northern Bronx area and Westchester
stopped at Boston with the Celts winning 118-104. But the;)r Scout Executive Dan Wheat- One of the world's foremost County, New York, looks on. Mr. O'Connor isHumble's dealer -
bounced back to score two triumphs in St. Louis, 11-104 and croft, who will review the pro- undersea photographers, salesman for the station in the Bronx Borough where Mr.
116-113. gress of Scouting in South Bronson Hartley -- also not- Smith has worked for 12 years and othr company stations in
Florida during 1967. The best ed marine biologist -- has re- the same area.
The Celtics are still just a step behind Philadelphia in the year in Scouting'slonghistoryhere turned to Nassau for the win-
Eastern race and are paced by old realiables Bill Russell, John 1967 ended with 22,412 ter season with his "Under-
Havlicek, Sam Jones and Bailey Howell Russell is in his sec- boys and 8371 adults enrolledin water; Wonderland" reef
ond year as a player-coach after guiding Boston to their sec- the program. The South cruises for visitors. MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE
6021. ,
ond best won and lost record in history last year 4
MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY

Howell, Russell and Havlicek are having their usual fine Tickets for both games are available at the Miami Beach APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU.
seasons while high-scoringSam( ) Jones leads the pack, as per Auditorium and at Miami agencies Harry Rich, 8300 Biscayne THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE.
usual, with a 22.5 mark. Blvd; Kimball Sporting Goods, 215 N. E. Second Ave;
PATRONIZE THEM!
Age may present a problem for the Celtics as the race Rite way Shoe Repair; 20245 South Dixie Highway (Cutler PLEASE
Ridge) and Frank Warren Sports Shop 249 Alhambra Circle
draws to a close but they still remain one of the game's great- -
Coral Gables.
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26 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday January 26, 1968 .

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No Qualifying Homes 11 REALTY CARLTON REALTYBroker

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': ((1)) 6808 NW 6th Ave. 4 bedrooms, 2 baths,

'I. family room, $950 down. BROKER 693-4772 Alnswer 635-3177

'; 2137 NW 59th St. Brand New. 3 bedroom, OPEN 7 DAYSPAY SEE THESE HOMES BEFORE YOU BUY
2,bath $995 down. ,
3 BDRM, 2 BATH, CBS, corner beauty, Fla rm,
terr firs, 1800 NW 35th St. Lge. grounds. FHA
((3)) 1174 NW 67th St. 3 bedroom CBS, $395 LESS THAN RENT OWN YOUR HOME $15,600, $600 down, $96.21 mo.

down. Neat 2 bedroom CBS large Fla room, tile roof,
2 BDRM, 2 BATH, Fla rm, gar, tile rf, beauty,
city water and also pump and well for your yard, FHA CBS, $18,000, $1200 down, $110.33 mo.
((4)) 1521 NW 43rd St. 2 bedroom, Fla room, stove, refrigerator, air conditioner. Bargain at
$495 down. $9,600, $300 down and $59.65 month FHA. NO QUALIFYING

$300 DOWN $89 PAYS ALL $12,000 FHA 3 BDRM, I BATH, tile rf, CBS, vinyl firs, gar.,
((5)) 8037 NW 18th Ave.3 bedroom $495 down.
Lovely 2 bedroom CBS in Allapattah on 13th must see$12,000$1200 down.$110 mo. pays all.

Ave near 34th' St. Fla room, garage, tile roof,
FOR RENT stove, refrigerator, fenced yard, fruit trees. Seller 3 BDRM,2 BATH, Luxury home. Must see.$18,500,
3274 NW 68th St. House, $20 wk. will pay closingtbsts on this beauty.Near everything $3,000 down, $135 mo. pays all.

268 NW 45th St. House, $20 wk. !! 3074 NW 79 ST. W: '
:
14460'' NW 22nd Ave. Apts. See apt. 10 of Sears
NO QUALIFYING TAKE OVER FHA
CBS on 65th st. Near 29th Ave. This CBS has 693.4772 Answer CALL 635 -3177

WE ALSO HAVE INCOME PROPERTYFOR tile roof and only needs paint to bring out its
SALE beauty. Pay $850 down, $73 month sail. Take
over FHA mortgage of $9,500 and move right in.
FORD REAITYINC. Broker VA or FHA Terms "

3639 OUTSTANDING BUY LESS THAN RENT ((1)) 255 NW 53rd St. CBS, duplex. $250
NW 15th
Ave. 635.4595 Modern 3 bedroom CBS in new area near schools, down. $72 monthly.
shopping, bus Jalousie windows, large lot, ape .
pliances., Bargain; at $10,200, $350 down, $63.18month. ,
OUR ., Live,' better for less. Don't miss this! ((2)) 14265 NW 22nd Place 2 bedroom CBS,
CLASSIFIED ADS $200 down, $46 monthly.
$300 DOWN $81.46 MO. $13,000 FHA
BRING RESULTS
Across from school at 8418 NW 24th Ave.Modern ((3)) 2125 NW 32nd St. 3 bedroom, 2 bath,
2 bedroom CBS, tile roof, carport, awning wind POOL HOUSE. $800 down.
ows, air conditioner, stove refrigerator. Nice
q" " ,' '" house on nice street. Seller pays all closingcosts. ((4)) 1381 NW 96th St. 3 bedroom, 2 bath,
;(Best Buys in TOWNLOVELY , garage, waterfront. $1200 down.
$600 DOWN; NO QUALIFYING ,.

CBS, 3 BEDROOM, dining room, utilityroom. CBS, 3 bedrooms, I large,enclosed front porch, full ((5)) 3420 NW 10th Ave. A 3 bedroom, 2 bath ,
Detached garage. Appliances, air cond., dining room, separate garage. Best location. near;I"., Fla room, CBS plus another CBS houseon
ShodowlownElim" School at 82 NW 47th-Terrace.
wall to wall carpeting, $300 down, $13,300 FHA ,: $12,500..,.: :.'nJ.! ,':> ,.,", : \ ' ; next lot. All for $700 down.
total. No closing costs.

BEAUTIFUL AREA NEAR EVERYTHINGModern OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
LARGE CBS, 3 BEDROOM. Huge kitchen, diningroom
utility room, carportworkshop. Sprinklers 4 bedroom, 2 bath CBS, front porch, car- FORD REALTYINC. Broker
Bar-B-Q. Large lot. All fenced. $450 down. fort, Jalousie windows, wall to wall carpeting,
total. New area, near schools, shopping, bus.
$14,950 FHA 3639 NW 15th Ave. 635.4595
FHA $13,000, $400 down, $80.82 month. Bargain

FHA $250 DOWN, 2 BEDROOM CBS Beauty.
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Large kitchen. Front and rear porch. Carport. >!w i ,, NO QUALIFYING, .- NO RED,TAPE,; :'
Frehsly painted in and out. Large storage house. Modern ,4.bedratm' 2 both:.CBS'In 10y.I"oreo.'., King Realty Inc. of Miami
$11,500 FHA total. No closing costs. ,t' Large)Flo;:\room: J large;modern:;; .kltihen"jalo'urie. ; ( ,"' ,
'?;.windgws'a'modern' ,appilatceNeat- ,shopping, King Size Buy"DFALTORS 8000 NW 7th
AO QUALIFYING, LIKE NEW. bedroom,2 bath bui. A' better ,,home :a t 13,800-$2,000' ; ,. down,' DADE COUNTY w Ave
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,. $97 month. pay* all!!. Tok.:'ovtr' FHA, :5<4% ISOUR
CBS. Newly painted in and out. Hardwood floors. $", .. : : ..mf < KINGDOM I
Awning windows. Bar-B-Q. $1,500 down, $11,500
total. SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS CALL

Lovely 3 bedroom CBS, tile roof, jalousie win. s93.2as1r I
BEAUTIFUL CBS DUPLEX. Completely furn. 1 dows, terrazzo floors, modern kitchen, lots of
bedroom apt. each side. Fla room, awning windows cabinets, large landscaped lot. Near everything.FHA .
utility rooms. $2,000 down, $12,500 total. $12,500, $400 down and $77.61 month.
No qualifying.WE .
HAVE MANY OTHER GOOD BUYS SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS

$100 DOWN FOR'VETS & DISPLACED PERSONS 'Beautiful f 3' bedroom, 2 lath home near Edison

High School. Fla room, tile roof, carport, air
conditioning, awnings, jalousie windows, large
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SHELL REALTY BROKER pretty yard. FHA price $15,500, $500 down and DON'T BE LATE IN 68
$96.21 month. BUY NOW

4260 NW 7th Av*. 758-5551 LITTLE RIVER DRIVE .'

FIND SECURITY WITH INCOME PROPERTIESWe Lovely 4 bedroom, 2 bath, garage, air cond., Fla
room, screened patio, FHA terms.
carpeting,
have a few 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 unit apartment
buildings that you can buy with as little as $1,500 SWIMMING POOL DELIGHT
down. Live free in one apartment and collect income
ARTHUR from the others. No red tape. Move right In. 1151 NW 90 STREET

TUBIN These are perfect for retired couples. Come see,! Gorgeous 2 bedroom, Fla room, rugging, appliances
e.REALTOR and Vets $100 down.

1906 NW 7th AVE.
1789 NW 93rd TERR
WE HAVE. MANY MORE. HOMES. -, .
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$8500 FHA $200 dn, $73.44 mo. 7736 NW 6th YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR 2 bedroom doll house. Built-in stove and oven.
Ct. Lovely 2 br. Full dining room, enclosed front $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR, BEING 7 years new. Vets $100 down.

and back porches, garage, appliances. Close to DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY 935 NW 83 STREET
schools, shopping, bus. Can you believe this ? 2 bedroom, carport, stove
refrigerator, painting inside and ; $11,500vets
FHA $300 dn, $84.03 mo. 3 br., 2 bath CBS. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT!!! $100 down.
Screened front porch, tile roof, awnings. Can be TO BETTER'SERVE YOU
used as duplex. Seller pays all closing costs. BRANCH OFFICE IN OPA-LOCKA AT 1351 NW 51 TERRACE.
16000 NW 27th AVENUEIn 2 bedroom, Fla room, carpeted, FHA, $100 downto
$300 dn., $76.97 mo. FHA.Like new 3 br., CBS ( 27th Ave. Shopping Center) vets. r
beauty. Seller pays all closing costs. We have key. 624.3666 Open 7 Days! 8930 NW 9 COURT

Gorgeous 2 bedroom stove, refrig., carpeting,
NO QUALIFYING &NO CLOSING COSJS- Like '.;,"!' ,', ,..pI; ,,' ,':.'''''iI FHA terms. Vets Slob down.
new, 3 br., CBS on large corner lot. Terrazzo I C
floors, jalousie windows. $1,000 down, $99 mo. 3120 NW 12 AVENUE
pays all.CAROL Tilil Beautiful 2 bedroom, Fla room, garage, enclosed
REALTYBROKER front porch. Vets $100 down.Don't pass this up I

CITY 3 br., 2 bath, Fla rm, carport,
BEAUTIFUL CORNER PROPERTY
ultra modern tile kitchen with all appliances INCOME
built-in. $1000 dn. and take over existing mort 1391 NW 45 STREET
gage. 4932 NW 7th Ave. 3 bedroom, well, pump and sprinkler, awnings.Has .
one bedroom apt. for income. Also garage.
'," CAROL CITY Modern 4 br., 2 bath CBS, located PL 9-4371 Priced right.
right in back of elementary school. Perfectfor
OPEN 7
DAYS A WEEK 24 HOUR SERVICE
large family.all. No qualifying. $2000 dn. and 16000 NW 27 Ave HOMES FOR AS LITTLE AS $100 DOWNWe
$82 mo. pays
specialize in homes for persons being displaced
>, 624-3666 '
VETERANS & URBAN RENEWAL $100 DOWN .'. "...,'' w," in Urban Renewal area, Miami Housing
PHONE: 691-4785 1906 NW 1th AVE. 1f:.':";'t"I" ':' Open .Evenings Sundays h' :' Projects, Veterans. Call to see if you qualify.You're .
OPE 7 DAYS :; '1\'t: ,\\1, '" ic "P 1,4' !,\.'J/1\: d !'t 1 only a phone call away.


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FOR RENT ,8 Miamians 1 Trouble Brewing

CLASSIFIED I I ADS Will share my home with quiet
married couple. 6353845.A In Clearwater
Make FAMU

15 WORDS OR LESS SI 50. 5C FOR ADDITIONAL WORD. large 2 bedroom''duplex, A peaceful protest demon

DEADLINE FOp.CLASSIFlED ADS WEDNESDAY NOON free water, lights,and gas,not Honor Roll stration'was staged at Clear-
more than three children. water by 120 persons this

FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE $28.50 per week. $25 deposit. According to a release from week. They threatened violence
"the next time" If of-
9009 NW 21st Ave.A the office of Admission and
8720 NW 14th Ave. CBS 2 bed- Anyone can qualify with $300 7935 NW 16th Ave. 3 bedroom ficials do not respond with a
room, 1 bath, oak floors, tile down. 2 bedrooms or 3 bed- 11/2 baths, No Qualifying, nice little place for one man dents Records at, among Florida the A&M 201 University stu- few weeks to demands for im-
roof, stove and refrigerator, rooms, monthly payments of $12,500.00 total price,stove Complete furn. Free water and who made the honor proved living conditions for
FHA $13,000.00, downpayment $89. Investment Counselors, and refrigerator, oak floors, lights. $15 per week. $15 roll during the:first quarterwere Negroes.
$400.00 (Vets $100)), $80.82 624-0449. Call evenings 945- tile roof, can you afford $100 deposit. 9009 NW 21st Ave. the following from Dade Police said there was no
monthly. No closing costs, a, 2727. per month to own this beauty? violence, although consider-
real dreamt I Aetna Realty Call Aetna Realty (Broker), 1 bedroom cottage.Unfurnished. County: preparation had been
Patricia '
(Broker), 811 NW 54th Street BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY 811 NW 54th St. Phone: 757- Reasonable 2161-A NW 58 Zelgler Lewis Davis Mildred, Adams L. mad e Many street corners
phone 7575724. open 7 days. Sunday Store. pompano Beach 5724. Open 7 days. Street. 691-7804. Rosetta L., Austin, Ozene C. were manned by auxiliary officers -
farm area. Great potential. with walkie-talkies.
8901 NW 10th Ave.huge 2 bed- Must sell $3,950, at Miami 1135 NW 83rd St. 2 bedroom, 1 bedroom duplex apt. 1241 Dean Alice, Barbara J.and Faison Leon-,
Mary Beasley
room, tile rook,oak floors,attached 624-3321 after 6 1 bath Fla. stove
huge room
p.m. NW 35th St. Very clean and ard Duncanson (all of Miami). CHILD CARE
garage, like new condi- and refrigerator, air-condi- spacious. Stove and refrigerator -
tion, all electric kitchen. FHA LOTS $25 DOWN, $25 MONTH tioned, on a lake, FHA $15- ; Venetian blinds and cor- Florida A&M University Mothers, Mothers, I f you are
$15,500.00 No closing costs. with terms like this, you can 000.00, this home can be pur- nices included. Would like will have its Founders' Observance looking for a clean neat home
Don't let this one get away I own your future home site and chased FHA or Conventional small family. 633-3936. March 9-11. Hundredsof experienced babysitter good
Aetna RealtyBroker), 811 NW build while you buy. 75 x 105 below FHA appraisal, see today alumni of the University are food call us pickup and de-
54th St.Phone757-5724, Open feet costs as low as $1450 in quick possession. Aetna Furnished room. $8.50 week. expected to attend this three livery. 633-2002 or 633-2732
7 days. Lincoln City, vicinity, SW 213 Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th Call 633-3109 or 6351078. day observance. v
Street to 220 St., Cutler Rd. St. Phone: 7575724. Open 7 Child day care in my home
CBS, 3 bedroom, 11/2 baths.and" Allapattah Drive. High days. 1 bedroom efficiency. Call MISCELLANEOUS Your child will be given the
fantastic location, seller says Pineland. Don't pass up these 7540977.; best of care. 759-8335. Indef.
he will pay all closing closts, terms, Jack Richardson, 431 NW 44th St. CBS, 2 bedroom 1 or 2 bedroom furnished apt.
you pay $13,000.00 FHA valu- Realty, Inc., 14537 NW 7th 1 bath,stove and refrigerator Room. 1430 NW 68th Street. Modern for two male adults
ation $400 down (Vets $100)) Ave. 688-6638. carport, tile roof,oak NW or NE Section PL 4-8293 LOTS FOR SALE
monthly $80.82, stove and refrigerator floors, FHA $12,700, No closing Room in private home for a
carpeting, a real CRAVERO SECTION costs. $400 down, $84.42 nice working man. 1435 NW 67 REMODELINGRoom Easy Terms
winner to see call Aetna Realty 2 bedroom 1 bath, garage, monthly. This Is a red hot, be St. Phone: 696-4044. additions remodeling Cash Paid for Lots
(Broker) 811 NW 54th St. FHA $950 Down $116.51 month first I Aetna Realty (Broker), alterations commercial Need Money
phone 7575724.en 7 days. pays all.Louis Karples, Broker 811 NW 54th St. Phone: 757- Nice Quiet neighbor- industrial residential. Free Call 538-1340
757-9669. 5724. Open 7 days. hood. Near bus. Private home,,, estimates. Allied Builders BARON
1231 NW 35th St. 3 bedroom, Cooking privileges. Man only 446-3288.
3 baths or 2 bedroom, 2 bath, Successful Drive-in Liberty 3 BEDROOMS BATHS 1101 NW 40th Street.
with income CBS No closing City 24-hour a day operation Total price $14,000 only $450
costs, FHA $13,000. $400 6840 NW 15th Ave. down and $104 month pays all. 3 bedroom house or room.Call Bill & Pete
down, 20 year mortgage,don't Large corner double lot, CBS 691-6834 or PL 4-5613.
miss this bargain. Aetna Modern CBS duplex bedroom beautiful corner spotless, Welcome You toKIKI'S
Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54thSt. 1 bath, carport, 1 bedroom 1 large kitchen, Florida room Room. Middle age man only.
Phone 757-5724. Open 7 bath on extra large corner lot. this is a stealand it won't last.A Preferrable one work during BARIce

days. Tile roof bar-b-que pit FHA Ben-Kori,Realtor call any- day. Reasonable rent.. Call Cold Beer: Pabst, Blatz & Draft
$500 down $96 month Atlanticand time 751-2243. 759-3360.
280 NW 59th St.Gorgeous CBS, Pacific Realtors 666-0411 The Best Bowling In Town Is Here

2 bedroom, FHA total price 3 BEDROOM' 566 1/2 NW 22nd Street OWNED & MANAGED BY:
$8,000.00, No closing costs, Lovely 3 bedroom 1 bath CBS: FHA terms $16,200 only $600 Unfurnished cottage. 1 1/2 BILL PARKS & JAMES GUNN
down payment $250.00 (Vets tile roof hardwood floor,fenced down see this beauty, full dinning roo ms $20 weekly. Key at
$100), $94.00 monthly pays corner lot, awning, air- room garage, 3 bedrooms front house. Immediate occu 5910 NW 7 Ave.
everything. This is the best conditioner, wall to wall car- large yard, this is nice. A. pancy. Cally Mr. Gross 444-
deal'in townone ten year pet near Central High. FHA BenK o r i, Realtor call anytime 6126. M

mortgage. Aetna Realty $400 !down. $80 month. Veterans -.. 751-2243.
'Broker), 811 NW1 54th St. ph. Vr'dlsplaced persons$100 I -- 1558 NW 49th Street.. 'i bed HOME
757-5724, Open ? days. down Atlantic And Pacific: 3 BEDROOM room unfurn. house. Weekly
Realtors 666-0411. $16,500 only $600 down, FHA $20. Immediate occupancy.
WEEK
i.
terms in beautiful little River Call Mr. Gross 444-6126. BUY OF THE,

$450 DOWN- FHA Anyone can buy, 3 bedroom 2 Drive area, call tosee. A. 2490 NW 68 STREET
NO CLOSING COSTS bath, Fla. room, recently Ben-Kori, Realtor call any Room in private home 634-
535 NW 58th st. painted, awning windows! time 751-2243. 4313. Large new 3 bedroom, CBS home on big 60x142'lot.
3 bedroom CBS air- FHA terms and$350 I -
Lovely $13,300. Hardwood floors, Fla. room; enclosed
FHA
conditioned, heated,carpets, down $100 month pays all. Room for nice person. Man
enclosed front porch street lights
Call morning and after garage, ,
beautiful Fla. room Allaplt- Phil Perry,Realty, Realtors, ONLY $450 DOWN only.
tah, Realty. 633-0426. 377-0587. First time offered! Seller pays 7 p.m. 696-3295. near bus and schools. Total price $17,500.

r closing! Large bedroom, oak
floors 2 Fla. couldbe 2 window,Cage store excellent Call Owner
$100 DOWN (221) ONLY $10,000 rooms, one
Lovely 2 bedroom CBS, large I FHA terms $10,000 only $250 huge bedroom, eat-In kit- location. Will rent very rea- "
porch, vacant move right in. down and $65.00 month. This chen, nice lot, under $100 sonable. Good for all busi OX 1-2815
633-0426,, monthly total $13,600.759. nesses. 741 NW 62nd Street.
Allapattah Realty won'tbelieve
Is really a great buy you 9965. See store, then call 8668757Feb. OR
Fenced front Fla.
MOVE RIGHT IN porch 2 It.bedroom, all paintednew Thelma F. Van Steenberg, ( 9)) 634-6483

NO QUALIFYING- NO FHA In good area, CBS Stove Realtor
93 STREET HELP WANTED ----- ----
2367 NW and refrigerator, washing --
4222 NW 11 PLACE machine. Call right away on Complete food market in heavy "
737 NW 47 TERRACE this. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor populated area .of CoconutG Beautician is needed
Owner 693-2631 call anytime 751-2243. r 0 v e. Near Carver School Florida and city license.Kim-
average $3500 week.Sell rea- !iserly's Beauty Salon 4310 NW
$300 DOWN $65 MONTH NO QUALIFYING sonable. Good terms. 117 7th Ave. or call 758-9133 after EDISON I Specials

CBS, 2 bedroom, Fla room, 1775 NW 42nd St.drive by,only Grand Ave. 80380.Feb. 5 p.m.
2226 NW 87th STREET $900 down move right In and ( 9))

Owner 693-2631. payments only $81.00 a month '98th STREET 23rd AVENUE Beck's Barber shop 6612 NW DRIVE BY OUR OFFICE TO SEE
_____ .,
n d and large 18th Ave.Experienced.
pays an. Fence / 3 bedroom 1 bath workshop THE FOLLOWING PROPERTIES
HOME AND INCOME and clean. A. Ben.Korl,Real- large lot. Low, low downpay-
Front house has 2 bedrooms, tor call anytime 7512243. ment $70 month pays all Phil ((1)) 5 units (one is a 3 bedroom,2 bath hem.) plus
2 baths,one bedroom,has sep- perry, Realty, Realtors, 377- beauty operator. extra lot to build on.Approximately 1 acre all
rate entrance. Large rear 1 Beautiful 2 bedroom CBS, FHA call during day. FR 4-3618 at together. Near 12th and 34th St.

bedroom house rented for $80 approved carport, many for extras 0587. Feb.2. night Frances 691-3043 Overstreet., ask for Mrs. ((2)) CBS home. Very clean. Only 1 bedroom, but
$100
month both houses are CBS. total$11,000,
and all
has large Fla room rooms are extra
4
FHA committment and price vets. Seller pays closing 3 bedroom, CBS, carport, tile large. FHA terms.
for both houses, $17,000. Call costs. Drive by 2366 NW 85th roof, near transportation and
Mr. Gross. 866-7127. St. Then call Fenster Realty, schools, FHA terms,only$300 ((3)) 3 bedroom, 2 bath plus efficiency apt. $10,500
(Broker), 7598779. down. $100 vets No closing NORTH EAST 50'S total. Take some cash.

Sacrifice, 2 beautiful lots 75x costs. Drive by 3231 NW 171 Quiet Dignified ((4)) No qualifying. $1150 down. Nice CBS home,
100 in section of homes rang- NO QUALIFYING Street, then call Feaster Real- Apartment 4 RoomsUnfurnished near 46th St. and 5th Ave. Only 1 mortgage.
ing $25,000 to $40,000 NW 92 Beautiful large, 2 bedroom, ty, Broker, 759-8779. $89 month pays everything.
Street between 12th and 13th I lot nice area,
CBS, large No Pets & No Minors ((5)) $300 down FHA. Nice CBS home, Fla room, plus
carporte
Ave. 866-7127. over size rooms, hardwooc Open Sunday 3-6 p.m. 1220 NW 759-4174 screened Fla porch, tile roof, fenced yard.
fenced in yard, b ,,88th St. 3 bedroom, 2 bath,CBS ((6)) 2 very nice homes on 5G<125 lot. One house has
baths panelled terms. Drive ]
3 bedroom, 2 lot floors good cal:, FHA or conventional,carport, 3 bedrooms plus Fla room, both houses completely -
Fla. room large corner NW 15th Ave. Then
9210
,
built-in range and over, car- furnished. Very clean property. $12,000-terms
one bed has private entrance Fenster Realty, (Broker), port. In best area. Our sales- Near 57th and 4th Ave.
North Shore Hospital area. 7598779.No men will be premises. FOR $2.95 st.
WE HAVE OTHER HOMES & DUPLEXES
693-0766. Fenster Realty, Broker, 759- I'll send you researchon

8779. helping you enjoy OPEN_ _.ALL. DAY EJ ERJTDAYEDISON _ .
FHA SPECIAL qualifying cheaper than marital happiness.co .

$100 DOWN IF QUALIFIED rent! Only $70 month, Lovely Brand new fine quality 3 bed- C. Y. REALTY Realtorsf
,
2161 NW 100th STREET 1 bath Fla. room. .
2 bedroom .
room, 2 bath home. North of P. 0. Box 56

home 2 bed,double 1 bath carport, custom,only built 2 CBS bus total and price shopping.$8500.Atlanticand Closeto 4015 expressway NW 24th on Avenue.open lot phone, at Edison Miami Center, Fla. 33150 Station ",. $" Nmtznd: , : ,$tt.,: :tSJ' '2'44t,,'

years new Extra large lot. Pafiflc Realtors, 666- '
builder "
PL 1-3604.
Indef.
Realtor,
Greenwood Realty 0411.
7595786. 8000 Biscayne Blvd.



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